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Yesterday** winners-Toledo, Dayton.
To-day'* f*me*-Fort Wijraa at WheelIrx;
Doyton at Kf? C??tle; 8pr1nsfl*id at
Vcutyptown; Toledo at >lanatt?iUl.
A Tw?)wlm?li?i UaMf.
Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer.
PAYTOX. June 27?To-day's came between
Daytoa and Fort Wayr > vat the
tnost exciting of the araaen. Dayton had
what looked to be a wlnnnlg lead. but tho
ruitor* Jumped onto Brown and scored
three runs in the ninth Inning. iWmc the
u-or** Then the two tram* battlrd de*irately
for three extra innings, but tu
the twelfth Dayton tiatted bertra hard
and ?core<l Uric*. Score:
rh k
Pajrton 0?C10020005-il2 2
fori Wayn* ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-4 S 2
Batteries Dayton. Brown ar.d GreenwaM.
Fort Wayne. S^rers and O'Meara.
A Beawttfnl Cam*.
Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer.
TOLEDO. June 57.?-Toledo waa unable to
do anything with Cogswell until the eighth
when the home team man sped to score one
and make aa extra Inning nece?aary. In
the tenth the Sprlngn^d* were laid low In
snort order, but Tolwto scored two run*
an- won an exciting game. Springfield
reared a perfect Abiding same and Toledo
had only one error. Score:
Toledo . ...0 00000001 I?J R I
S-jiagfleM ?!>00<ildOOO--lCO
TUtt*rlea?'Toledo. Kelh and Arthur;
Sprlnglield. Cogg swell and SuMck.
Won. Lost. Tfr
BoitOO J? 14 .725
Baltimore 25 15 .700
Cincinnati 23 1? .C3
New York a y ,e'
Brooklyn .. 2< *3 .510
Pittsburgh .. xa -a jto
?~leveland S 2? .450
Philadelphia 2S .4CJ
Washington 2 au .423
l^ttirrtfle 19 SI .*)
nilCJKro 19 23 .KS
St. LoulS 11 AZ .2A
Y??terday'B winner*?Cincinnati. Cleveland.
To-day** r*?e*-Clnrtrma?1 at St. Tyrol*:
Brooklyn at Boston. LooitvUto at Chicago.
Pittsburgh at Clmual Baltimore at New
York. Washington at Philadelphia.
T?I?im!?' fotllr Rrrort.
CINCINNATI. June 27.?The Beds again
defeated the CotacaU to-day In one of the
most exciting frames seen hero this season.
Otnntngham pitched a line game. but had
miserable support. Attendance.
Cincinnati ~..o 2010000 ?-4 40
2-OOlsTlUe 0 0002000 0-2 S3
Earned runs. Cincinnati 1: Louisville 2.
Batteries. Dwyer and Pelt*; Cunnlnrhain
and Butler. Time, 1:40. Umpire, Hurst.
Good Boy. Pa well t
CHICAGO, Jano 27.?Johnny Powell, a
Chicago boy, who pitched for the Fort
Wayne team In the Interstate league last
year, was on the slab for the Indians today
and pitched a irrvat game. shutting
out the locals and allowing but six scattered
hits. Anson and Everltt w??re the
only one* able to connect with his delivery
and their hits came when the bases w*r*?
unoccupied. Orlfflth wan effective. exceptIn*
In the sixth. Attendance. S.9W. Score:
Chicaao o ooo?cooo--o?;2
Cleveland 00001400 0?5 H 1
Earned runs, Cleveland 2. Batteries.
Grlfflth and Donahue. Powell and Crelger.
Ttxno. 1:50. Umpire, McL*rrootL
Am*tear R?m Ball.
The Monarch? defeated the Loom Is &
Kyan Wall Flowfrs in a one-sided gamo
yesterday morning on the Fulton
grounds. The feature of the game was
the pitching of Buchanan, who struck
out thirteen men. Following Is the score:
Loo ml* ? RyanO oioooooo?i .1 , .
Monarch* 7 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 *?12 0 0 J
Patteries?Loomls & Ryan.Cooper and
Winters; Monarch*. Buchanan and
The HoweU House R?l? defeated tho
Bchaofer dt DrtehoratJi by the acore of 12
to IL
The suggestion made In Saturday's Intelligencer
that the Inter-state season
b* divided, has met with approval In
Wheeling Messrs. Coyle and Herrlngten,
the playera. and the base ball public
*11 favor the idea. The Intelligencer has
?er.t lettrn to all of the Inter-state magnates
and to the base ball editors In the
cveral towns of the circuit. osJdng for
their views on the proportion. Th*se
v'.ews will be pirbltah?>d in th*? Intelligencer
af next Thursday, and It will be
interesting to know with what d?'gr?e of
favor the matter is received. It will be
! * ".nary to have the consent of twothirds
of the clubs to make the change.
I: would seem that Youngstown, Fort
Wayne, Springfield and Mansfield in ad'V^r.
to Wheeling should be In favor of
i.ie double season. Thus, It would be
- - ? K?. more vote In
nec*saary to ua*c uu>. ~
'avor. and of New Ctltle, Toledo and
I'ayton it seeon probable that one club
would assent. It would V by far the
' est line f ,r New Castle to pursue, for
*itb the assurance of winning the rlrst
1 r?en championship. the possibility of
'akin* th" second series too, and the a?Aurance
that even without winning the
*+rrnri *rriff* the club would flfcim- in a
Pr^Ntabte sf-rl** with the second fmmh
*!nners?bearing the** facts In mind It
is difficult to Imagine New Castle opposing
ihr dmjble n<*ajson. Toledo and Dayton
are the only teams of the leaffue
that can reasonably oppose the double
' son. and it* adoption cannot Injure
either of the two.
Th* WhceUofi open their second week
*r home wKh the Fort Wayne fam ns |
opponents Fort Wnyne has bracd up I
r" ently and will no doubt furnish an}
**rellent article of ball. In to-day's
"Ducky" Minneban. th* Uelalre I
pit-her who waa the star of Jack Parrah's
Twin Cities a*frre*ratlon In '95. will 1
k* in the l?ox for the visitors, and Wheel- I
Injf will oppose him with Hallowell. who I
*hould pitch jrrrat ball after a r^st of |
thre* days. "Hie Nailers ar?* determined I
to wjp#? r,ut the disgrace of t?*n stralsrht
defeats and will bejrin operations with
'' --ke'a men and "nJeaTor to keep If up |
-J.u .L- ,?? f !???? m whlrh follows
1' \vnyn- with rtirw <r?m?? U" ???nd
half <?f th? w#*ek here.
The Wheeling manaf?ment expeeU
J Daly, the Philadelphia a*-con?I h<J?' mar.
who ha* been play in* In the Con? ?
* rut league. co report here for duty
*M? morning. If he arrive h" will <*PI-ir
In th? Wheelng uniform f ?r the nr^t
\m- thia nfternoon Catcher Tor.
" 'immended Daly highly nn! It la tH?>*.<-1
-hat the weak ?P"( it ecoiW *'?'
?-lpfd out wtoen Daly *et? In th->
Wheeling la dickering for the ?enrlcM
vf ?hort iitop "KW" I'eeplea, who ptoye-l
Montgomery, oC the Southern
league, last year. He ha* been playing
In the Texas Irague thii season. but the !
Pallas management wanted to eut bl? j
alary and the player declined to accept
the cut. He ha* been wired for his i
t run and may be aecurcd within the
week. I
Th? Youngstown management l? still
dickering with Mewr*. Coyle and Herrington
for the release of Third-baseinan
Lyon?, but without success. Anderson
otters J3S0 for the player's release.
Truehart Taylor, the Huntington
pitcher, now attending a medical school
at Louisville, was to have come to
Wheeling on th?* first of the coming
month, but It now appear* that be has
ellpped through the Angers of the management.
Some time ago Taylor accepted
Wheeling's terms, but no contract was
forwarded until Ivt week, when Taylor
Informed the Wheeling club that he had
received :i better offer and therefore
could not come to Wheeling.
It Is a difficult matter to strengthen,
but the Intelligencer is able to, predict
that within a few days the pitching department
of the local club will be In ex
cellent trhape. Lines are out fur go?*l
men and there is little doubt that another
good man will be landed. With
IlalUrwell. Campbell and Uarvey pitching
good ball and Coyle rounding to, another
pitcher will put the team In excellent
A road race Is to Itt run next Monday,
July 5, under the auspice* of young men
of the Island. The race la open to all
riders eighteen years or younger. The
ctHir*e wil be from a point on the Island
out the National pike to the foot of the
St. Clalrsvllle hill and return, a distance
of eleven miles. The promoters have
secured a number of prizes. Including a
valuable time trophy. Entries will close
with Elbert E. Lash, at Main and
Eleventh streets, next Friday morning.
It is expected that fifteen or twenty contestants
will face the starter. The timers
are to be Charles McKelvoy, John
Laue and Willlum Crawford. The handicapping
will be done by Alfred Ney.
The other officials have not yet been
selectsd. The race will start at 7:3C p. m.
The coming T. M. C. A. race, to Wheeling
park and return, promises to be a
hotly contested race. Messrs. State and
Huseman, of the prize committee, have
sseured a number of valuable trophies
that will be hung up for this contest.
Tn addition to the coming meet of the
Carroll Club Cyclers, the Ohio Valley
Trade* oca i~U>or Assemoiy win Rive
races In connection with the annua]
Labor Day celebration on Saturday. August
iS. oa the state fair ground* track.
Three races will probably fce on the programme.
possibly four.
Won. Lost. Pet. Av.
Myrtle# 16 L 7*
Jolly Fellows 14 T .606 7<?
Dazzlers li 9 .S71 7I(J
Alpha* 12 > ."I 71*
None f?x?eh 11 10 .i24 707
Rustlers 7 14 .333 ?i
Corkers 7 14 .3X3 7?-s
Tho Club 6 25 .31 CM
Games this Wf*k?Monday. Alphas vs.
Corkers. Tuesday, Myrtles vs. Rustlers.
Thursdoy, None Such vs. Dazzlers. Friday,
Jolly Fellows vs. The Club.
The first half of the summer season of
the Carroll Club Bowline league ended
Saturday night. Interest in the race is
high, five of the eight teams having an
excellent chonce to w!n. The averages
up to date are as follows:
Weitzel, G.. Myrtles. US; Handian.
Myrtles. 144; O'Neill. M. J.. Jolly Fellows.
144; Welty, B., None Such, 136;
Clark. Alphas. 136; 0*Kane. Myrtles,
133; Boaley, Corkers, 132; Cochran.
Hustlers. 133; Hores. Corkers. 139; Sealley.
Alphas. 133; Pox. F.. Dazzlers, 137;
Madden, Ruiitlers. 137; Alexander. Jolly
Fellow*. 136; Ebfeert. Thr Club. 136;
Swan. C., None Such. 135; Kirchner,
Dazzlers. 134; Mathlson. Jolly Fellows,
134; ConlfT. The Club, 133; Vogler. None
Such, 133; Weltael. J.. Dazzlers, 131;
Carney, A., Alphas, 131; Welty, J., Rustlers.
120; Carroll, Dr.. Jolly Fellows*,
130; Tahn. Jolly Fellows, 13; Hnltarkey,
Corkers, 130; Stelnmetx. Myrtles, 119;
Glesey, The Club. 119: Kline. Corkers.
119; Mltsch. Dazzlers, 119; Luta, W? The
Club. 118: Gaus. J., Alphas, 117; WlnRerter.
B.. Dazzlers. 116; McDonnell,
Corkers. 116; Zlerowlck. Alphas. 116;
Holllsy, Myrtles. 115: McGowan, The
Club. 115; Kase. Corkers. 114; Gundlin?,
TheCTub, 113; Somerfleld. Hustlers, 113;
Coleman. Jolly Fellows. Ill; O'Neill, W.
Alpha*, 110: SippN*. None Such. 110; I
Hay. C.. Dazzlers. 109; Kemple. Myrtles.
108; Farrell. ICS: MrCune, Rustlers. 106; 1
Dicker. Jolly Fallows, 106; Truschel, i
The Club. 106; Dick. C., Rustlers. 105;
MrPeak. None Such. 104: Noll. L.. None,
Such. 1W; Burke, The Club, 13; Meller,
Corkers. 101; Winirerter, Dr., Jolly Fel-1
lows. 100: Wintrier, J., Myrtles. 9S;
Carney. E. B.,The Club, 98: Arkle, None 1
Such. 9T,_ Carney, U, Rustlers. 96; |
Walker. Tne tiuo,
Alisortioffioral.fenri and Gossip Prom 1
lb* ?I<m Ctlf, I
Th* Republican senatorial convention 1
wlli be held at SteubcnvIJle to-morrow.
Frank B. Archer, the candidate from
this city, together with a number of his
friends will go up this afternoon and
open headquarters at the Mosgrora bot*L
W. A. Hunt, of St. ClairsvlUe. will
also keep open house at the same hotel,
while W. V. Blake, the Columbiana
county candidate, will also be at the
fame hotel Mr. Welday, the Jefferson
county candidate, will be on deck with
headquarters In the convention hall.
The convention will meet at 11 o'clock
to-morrow with Hon. John M. Garvin,
of Cadiz. as chairman. Unless th>' work
of the deteirates Is to be long drawn out.
which Is not at nil probable, because
whoever Is the nominee will be the
if hp lives, a new Rich
n?-*t ?? .. .
rnond may be In the field from Harrison
county Jn th<* person of George \V. Olover.
But tbl* will not change the situation
and will only mean that Harrlson
county will try to keop together
until they ran nominate somebody wltft
their thirty-two vote*. Some of the
delegates from th"re are understood to
be for a Belmont county man.
Tf?chfn Rlfclfd.
Th* school board has selected teachers
for the public schools of the city for
ihe ensuing year ns follows:
High school?Miss Alice Cunningham,
principal; J. It. Anderson, Miss Mary D.
Cratty. Miss Theresa Leniz, teachers.
Central building?Miss Anna Blarney.
Miss Mnrgjret McGaw, Miss Maggie
Kern. Miss Lucy Brown, Mlsi Florence
Nevans, .Miss May Kelly, Miss Sadie
Hiirtoft, Miss Minnie Workman, teacher!*.
I Indian Run? Miss Ada Wyrlck. prln
%flm Km
I clpal; ills* ifiancnm^^nHWI
xn.i ICed, Mis* Kllen White. teachers.
Gravel IIIII?<;<?or?c?? Arnold, prlnclpiil;
Miss Anna Hajv- Miss Alice Ilank!r?.
MI'S Cora tioMP. Mis* Sophia Miller
Mine Dora Klnm-y, teaehers
I First iranl -Mlm tjo ill#* Ro*eoe.prln!
ripal; Ml** Nellie Ifouot >n, Miss Pearl
Chambers. Miss I'h.ima Hair. teacher*.
S?-(-i?nd ward?'\V. E. Duuford. principal;
MI.i* Alice Helen, Mis* Ida Warden.
Ml.?* MlnnJ" Lo-.vmau, Miss Rett?
VfatTenbach, teacher*.
IMrnont building Mil* Kale Rod??fer
principal; Miss Lti y Darby, teacher.
Kelly building Miss Mvrde CVm nts,
Mlf* Il"*a Itonarlus, Miss ISmma
Long, trarhen; Miss Martha Klrkpatrlrk.
Ml-* Julia Faupel. training tc-aeher;
Ml?* Kllxa Carmlchael, music trnchor.
Mis* Kilxn Carmlchael and Miss Lulu
i Deeny retired frnm the schools of th?*lr
i own motion, neither making: application
I akmg \
course of Ayer's Pills the
system is set in good working
order and a man begins to feel
that life is worth living. He
who has become the gradual
prey of constipation, does not
realize the friction under which
he labors, until the burden is
lifted from him. Then his
mountains sink into molehills,
his moroscness gives
place to jollity, he is a happy
man again. If life does not
seem worth living to you, you
may take a very different view
of it after taking
A.aAafm H nlL n J ! M HiIIa
ajbi s udiiidinu niisi
this year. Mis? Alice Rankin and Miss
Phama Balr. two former Bellaire teachers,
were selected to fill their places.
Tf?th?ri* Examination.
There were thirty-eight applicants at j
therecent teachers examination h^re j
and twenty-eight of them received certificates
to teach as follows:
For one year?Maggie Kesbltt. Ida B. I
Coffleld, Lucy M. Brown. Florence Nev- |
ana. Laura E. Hoffman. Ida E. Warden.
Ella Morrell. Sue C. White. It. E. Crow.
Catherine J. Muhleman. Myrtle Clements,
Lucy A. McGregor, May Kelly,
Anna Hayes.
For three years?Theresa L. Lent*,
high school.
The following primary certificates
were granted:
For one year?Sara Burtoft, Phama
Balr, Minnie Workman, Allen Rankin,
Ros* Bonarlus. Minnie Lowman. Pearl
B. Chambers. Emma M. Reed, Emma
A. I-ong. Sophia Miller.
For two years?Dora KInoey.
? vz
BrIIair* Briefs.
The man Henderson, who was locked
up here a week ago for obtaining
money on worthless drafts, was released
Saturday evening, by his father paying
part of the claims In cash and giv- I
In* his personal notes for the balance.
The father Impressed everybody with
the Idea that he Is a correct kind of
man. The young: man Is a victim of
drink and cigarettes and this is the
first time he was ever in trouble. I
The day we celebrate In Bellaire Is I
Monday. July 5, and a more elaborate |
programme is on the tapis for this year
than ever before. The various committees
will conclude all arrangements by
to-morrow evening. The Baroesvllle
ball fan will cross bats with the Capitols
in the afternoon.three bicycle races f
will be run. several firemen's rare* nnd
oth*r sports, and In the forenoon there
will be a great parade.
John W. Hawkins, a former Bellalre
man. is nominated for representative
of Monroe county by the Republicans
Although there Is no hope of his election
John Is a frood fellow and he will reduce
the majority in that county for his opponent.
Montgomery Edwards, formerly a
resident of this city, but now of Marlor,
Ohio, came from Warren. Saturday.
and spent yesterday with the family
of Mrs. M. A. Sanders
The Stewart Enamel Company have
Just turned out a fine enameled sign for
Hopkins Brothers, the shoe dealers.
This Is the firs: work of this kind at
that works so for.
Ex-Sheriff Samuel mile* will b.* In
" - ? TA-_.?.??. t>?*V ?K'o
cnarg?? 01 mc tu ? ...? ,?,.v .
season. a guarantee that patrons of
that hotel will receive cordial treatment.
A number of young folks from this
city picniced at Schramm's orchard. be-(
low the city, yesterday. About fifteen
couples were in attendance.
Misses Margaret McGaw nnd Louise
Roscoe retained last evening on the
steamer Virginia, from a trip to Cincinnati
and Pittsburgh.
Joseph Kelly went to Barnesville yes.
terday to complete arrangements for
the Barnesvllle base ball club to come
to this city on July 5.
Marshal Henry W. Bahra and wlfr coturned
from Pittsburgh yesterday,
where they had attended the funeral of
Mrs. Bahra's brother.
George Mueller and wife will leave
this week for their home In Atlanta,
Ga.. after spending several wekes with '
with relatives here.
The Union Sabbath school plcnle. j
which was to have been held on July 5.
nt Epworth park, has been postponed
to a later date. I
Superintendent H. G. Williams trill
leave to-morrow to attend the state
convention of the superintendents of the
public schools.
Several bicycle riders of this city rode
to Moundsvllle, yesterday, and spent
the day there.
George Taylor wont to SlsteravJllr.W.
Va., on the excursion, on the steamer
William Srott. of Barnesvllle, Ohio,
was calling on friends In the city yesterday.
William Hoffman will go to Pittsburgh.
Pa., to-day. to spend ten days.
George West lake returned yesterday,
from Toronto, where ho played ball.
HUNDREDS of thousands have been
Induced to try Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy by reading what it has done for
others, and having teste*! Its merits for
fri?'ndn. For nnlo by druggists.
Every Wife
feels an indescribable dread of tbo
dsofrer attendant upon tbe roost critical
period of ber life. Becoming a
mother should be a source of Joy, but
the sufferincand danger of the ordeal
makes ilsauticipation one of miser;.
- n 1
Motners triena
l thoroughly t?>t<-d remedy, Rently
nrepares the nystem for thin period,
Imwoh the pain, and removes all
daneer. Itminnlnmireaawifeand nappy
termination of the dreaded event.
>1 00 PER BOTTLE at >11 Druir 8tore.,
or HDt by mall on receipt of price.
nnnifC Conial??MC inriiitsble ItforiMtiori of
bUUVo |nl?nMt to all warns, will t>* rnt I"
FREE "l"00 *n>??>Uon, by
H, BraJfleld B?g*Utor Co., ItluU. ?.
! Hup* anil MUltap* In tlia Thriving City
ArroHth* Itlvrr.
Over two hundred persons attended
ihe reception of Ohio City Lodge No.
486, A. F. and A. M., at Masonic temple.
on Saturday evening, and it was
enjoyed by every one of these. An interesting
entertainment preceded the
b&nquiet. Thomas Mitchell had charge
n:id the following excellent programino
was carried out: Instrumental duet by
Italph and Miss Mudn* Heaton; vocal
quartette by Mrs. Howard Hlpkins;
Miss Laura, George and Jess Hlpkins;
prayer by Jtev. br. O. G. Sedgwick;
vocal quartette by llenjamln Morgan
and his (laughters. Misses Kate and
Mamie, and Thomas It Lloyd; mddross
of welcome by Thomas Mitchell; recitation,
"The Two Temples," by E. E. McCombs;
vocal solo by Mrs. Howard
Hlpkins; address. "Cements in Masonry,"
Dr. A. R. Ong; vocal solo. Thomas
II Lloyd: address, '^Higher Masonry,"
Rev. Dr. CJ. C. Sedgwick; vocal quartotto.
"The Fortune Teller," toy Benjamin
Morgan and two daughters. and
Thomas K. Lloyd. Mrc.Frcd Jones presided
at the organ and every number on
the programme was well applauded.
Shortly after the conclusion of the entertainment
th? guests adjourned to the
banquet hall. >rhcre nearly two hours
were pleasantly spent. Dr. A. R. Ong
was toastmaster and the Invocation
was by Rev. Dr. J. W. Robins, pastor
of the Methodist Episcopal church. The
final coarse consisted of pine-apple, orange,
banana and lemonade, with two
toasts, "Eastern Star," by Dr. J. G.
Parr, and "Ethics of Eating." by Dr.
Win E Hall. In the second course
there was chicken salad, potato salad,
cold ham. chipped beef, cold tongue,
cheese wafers. Park House rolls, pickles.
and coffee with the toast: "Why 1
Like to Attend Lodge." by Captain L.
W. Inglebrlght The third course was
of Ice cream, sherbet, berries, layer
cake, silver cake and coffee, with a
toast on "Benefits of Masonry." by
Stephen HIpkins. Jr. The good things
wero much enjoyed. Forty Masons
gracefully presided over the tables and
the system of waiting was new and un?
excelled. The banquet concluded with
the singing of "Praise fJod From Whom
All Blessings Flow," led by Thomas R.
Lloyd. Letters of regret were read
from Revs. Winters and Hartxog. The
entire affair was most ably managed,
and reflects much credit on the Martin's
Ferry Masons.
To b? RtpMlMl.
The Young Ladles' 8oc!ety of the
Presbyterian church which gave the
"Old Maids* Convention" so successfully
In the Martin's Ferry Opera House, has
been Invited to repeat It at Portland
Station, under the auspices of the
Presbyterian church there, and hns decided
to do so on next Friday evening,
and the round trip from Martin's Ferry
will prooably be made on haywagons
The proceeds are to be divided. The
Portland Presbyterians will erect a
large platform to answer the purpose of
a stage and will fit It up properly for
the purpose. They realize that this will
be a big treat for them and they promise
a larae crowd. The Martin's Fer
ry society will meet at the Presbyterian
church after prayer meeting on Wednesday
evening to malce arrangements,
ar.d the Indications are that the trip
will be q very enjoyable one.
Martin's Ferry Bricfte
Howard Gibson, colored, was on Saturday.
bound over to court in the sum
o? $500. charged with shooting at his
daughter, and attempting to shoot Policeman
Gulder. while under arrest and
he wos fined 125 and costs for carrying
a revolver. Gibson claimed ho shot at 1
cat and not ot his daughter, and that
he did not shoot at Guider, but was
trying to throw away the revolver.
Mountain City Lodge, Amalgamated
Association of Iron and Steel Workers
held a large meeting on Saturday and
elected the following officers: President.
William Joy, vice president, Sutton Palmer;
Guides. Ollle McAnlnch and
Charles Kauson; guard. David Lewis.
On Saturday C. G. McCord, the labor
boss, found a small turtle in a car load
of iron ore at the Martin's Ferry blast
furnace. The ore was loaded in the cars
at jxinun, uui wncic uic \uiuc wnuc
from !s not known.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society of the Steubenville district, will
convene In the Martin's Ferry Methodist
Episcopal church this evening at
7-30 o'clock, and continue until to-aoorrow
The Hatch and Greer Club defeated
the Belmont Brick Works Club on Saturday.
by a score of 18 to 5. The batteries
were Jerger. Crossley and Mor?
pan. and Hamilton. Thomas. McGrew
and Coss.
Hal Wafson leaves to-day for Atlantic,
Iowa, where he will t3ke a position
in a dnii? store. His Bister. Miss Georglana.
?oes to Chicago with him, where
he will spend the summer.
The Golden Eagles will have work In
the third degree to-night, the Knights
Pythias work in the second to-morrow
night, and the Mechanics will have degree
work on Friday night
Ten couples of young people. Including
the Twentieth Century Mandolin
Club, will go out to Scotch Ridge on
Thursday, wh"r?* thoy will be entertained
by Miss Aggie Pickens.
The nine month's old son of Mr. an1
Mrs. John Hobensack died yesterday
morning at the family residence, on
Clinton street, and will be buried thia
On Saturday. evening. Mr. and Mr*.
William Edward* gave a reception at
their residence on Burkle street. !r.
honor of their son, Ebenezer Edwards
and bride.
Mrs. Thomas L. Williams and Miss
Etta Wright rode to W?Uabnrg on their
wheels yesterday and say they never
saw so many wheelmen out on one day.
Dr. J. G. Parr, Tom ami Fred. Willintm.
HAfwArd \j-ufz, John Burton,
Harry Grayson and Joseph Anthony
were at WclUburg yesterday.
Miss Francos Lottos. who has be*n
visiting old friends here. leaves to-day.
over the Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling
railroad, for Boston. Mass.
A. G. Scklemlan. an Armenian, gave
an interesting talk in the Methodist
Episcopal church last night, on Armenia.
The Twentieth Century Mandolin
Club entertained Edward Randell yesterday,
who wlU leave shortly.
John Dobbin*, formerly of Martin's
RITJ', JS i It're vishiuk hipuus auu ?v latlves.
Misses Angle and Nellie Terrlll are
visiting relatives at Greggsvllle, W. Va.
John Crlder, of Cincinnati, visited the
family of James Galther over Sunday.
Thompson Thomas will remove from
Rellaire to Martin's Ferry this week.
There was a lively scrap on North
Fifth street late Saturday night.
Two boys were arrested on Saturday
nlcht for disorderly conduct.
The Orbls club contemplates camping
on the river near Portland.
Washington Huyktns. of ZanesvIUe, is
visiting his brothers here.
Miss Peach Shlpman Is visiting
friends at ML Pleasant.
Mr*. George Reltz spent Sunday at Mr.
DONT thin your blood with sassafras
??r poison it with blue-mass: but
aid Nature by using DeWitt's Little
Early His rs. the famous little pills for
constipation, biliousness and stomach
and liver trouble*. They are purely
vegetable. Charles It (JoHse, Market
and Twelfth streets: Chatham Sinclair.
tr^u.-nlirth iml Iumli p)ri>(>(ii A I'
SchevW*. N?? 107 Main ftfpl: Exlry
jirof.. IVim and Zane strata; Hoivie ft
Co., Bridgeport.
1>llnt PIIm! lulling !*l!ra!
Symptom*?Molftur*; Intense itchln*
ami ptlnuink:. moat at night; worn* by
?crntchin>:. If allowrd to continue tumors
form, which often tlr^a an ulceratc. becoming
vrry i*?ire. HWAYNK'S OINTMENT
utopa tha Itching end bleeding,
hrala ulceration. and in mo*t c.awa removca
the tumora. At druggist* or by
mnil. for ?0 ccnta. Dr. tfwayna & Son,
Geo. E. St
! ! Store Will be Closed Mom
5 Store closes at 5 o'clock ]
No silk or summer fabr
waist or dress, being of
quickly as the many lig
inches wide, at 20c, 35c, 4
The Nazereth Waist
For Children haa no eqaa) for
durability and comfort, and
when once tried lt'a always used.
Sizes 1 <0 &
23c Each.
Ribbed Vests
Can be had at almost any price,
but that does not make value.
The object Is to gel icood goods
ai wn >>i uc?( OIIU iiiua w II??C
full fashioned. at
7c and 10c Each.
Nainsook Skirts
As low as ISc In our Ladles* Underwear
Department, which la
cow opening some very raw
bargains In Ion*: and abort
CORSET COVERS. Great assortment
in plain embroidery or
lace trimmed, and each garment
full and well made.
Lady or gent, or any wl
tice "that one of our easj
much as a small trunk, i
hav? them in sizes of 16
each. Also Suit Cases, s
Geo. E. St
The only exclusive
[MHH the largest assortment
Glasses* Fnmin.itlf.<
recommended when o
lift) pair, express paid. Best '8T*. Full
New York. Agents wanted. Ju2&-mw&f
Sale of Coal Lands.
The undersigned will sell at public auction
on July 6. 1M>7, at 12 m., the real ea?
tati> of tho Pipe Creek Coal and iron company.
consisting of about acres of coal
land* and 3S0 of surface. Said property Is
on tho Ohio River and P.. O.. V. & C. railroad.
about nine miles south of Bellalre,
Ohio. The coal can be marketed either by
river or railroad. Term*?One-third cash;
balance In one and two years. For further
particulars address
Receiver of Pipe Creek Coal and Iron
Company. 3l Clalrsvlllw. Ohio. JulS
Sealed Proposals.
8ealed proposals will bo received until
Tuesday. July 12. 1S97. at 10 o'clock a. m..
for the erection of Stone Building and
Iron Cells at the West Virginia Penitentiary
in accordanco with plans and specification*
adopted by the Board of Directors
for tho West Virginia Penltentlury.
Bids will be received as follows:
FIRST?For the excavation and stone
work for the proposed new building
8ECOND?For cells and Iron grilles.
THIRD?For carpenter work, glaalng,
roofing and plastering.
Contractors can get forms for bids from
tho office of Franxhelm. Glesey A Farls.
architects. Wheeling, W. Va.. or from
jonn u i^nupnim. nviquuj, Mvu'iumuio,
W. Va. All bids to be sealed and to be
marked "Bids for Proposed Building," and
addreased to the Secretary of the Went
Virginia Penitentiary, Moundsvillc, W.
Plans and specification* can be seen at
the ofTlco of the architects and at tho
warden's office In the prison, at Moundsvlllc,
W. Va., after Wednesday. Juno 16,
1??7. and the board of directors reaerve tho
right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the board of directors.
Juno 14. is>7. . Jul3
Of tho Drawing for Redemption
of Bonds of 1885 of the
City of Wheeling.
Notlco Is hereby given by tho commissioner*
of the loan of 1SS5 of the city of
Wheeling that on June 10. l?97. pursuant
to tho requirements of tho ordinance of
said rity, passed May 12. 1SSS. entitled "An
ordinance to provide for the Issue and sale
of bonds of tho city of Wheeling, to be
known as bonds of 1SSS, and for the redemption
and payment thereof, and providing
for payment Into th? city treasury
of certain amounts from tho revenues of
the ?ras and water works." tho following
described bonds Issued under the said ordinance
were duly determined by lot by
said commissioners for redemption and
payment on the flrst day of July. l?7. towlt:
Ilonds No. one hundred and twentfsix
CIW>. one hundred and forty-six (Iff),
one hundred and ninety-three (1SJ>. three
hundred and fourteen (1M), two hundred
and seventy (270). two hundred and forty*evn
(247). two hundred and flfty-two
(2S2). two hundred and thirty-seven (237).
one hundred and flfty-nino <IL9>. for one
thousand (11.Of*1) dollars each. Bonds No.
twenty (2"?. eighty (SO), and flftv-ilvo (55)
for five hundred (K00) dollars each. Bonds
No. four (4?. Ave (S) and aeven 0. for one
hundred (fl'*') dollars cach. That said
bonds will be redeemed and paid at the
Bank of th?* Ohio Valley, in the city of
Wheeling. West Virginia, by said commissioners
on and after said first day of
July. 1?7. and that said l?onds ho determined
will cease (o bear Interest from the
last mentioned day and dale.
COMMISSION! RS Of 111! I OAS Of 1885.
: .
E. STIPEr, * 00.
ifel & Co.
lay, July 5. After July ! !
3. m., Saturday excepted. ! !
ic so cool and serviceable for
a tan shade, docs not soil as
ht shades, 18, 19, 20 and 25
oc and 75c a yard.
Straw Mattings
Are cheaper and cleaner than
carpet*. ?-asier lakl, and ranch
more adapted to summer home*
in country or camp ground*
Don't have bar? floor* in an
room when 40 YARDS OF^MkX-' .
TING, good quality, can be had
for 14.40. Also Squares, colored '
center, plain border of matting*
6x1' feet, $2.00 each.
Leather Belts.
It scorns the demand for colored
Leather Belts is on the increase. i
Our utock consists of hundreds,
but at this moment we call special
attention to the 26c counter,
where plain belts and chatelaln
belts in all colors are et the'
one price.
Using Ribbons?
Then look at this Item, and It 1m
only one of the choice value* of
our ribbon department. NO. fO
white and light colors, elso^fan
vy iu lui^a cu?c?f
tact yard.
>10 contemplate a trip, take nor
packed Canvas Grips hold as
ret is not so cumbersome. We
to 24 inches, from 59c to $249
ingle or double size.
ifel & Co.
Z, Graduate Optician,
OPTICAL PARLOR in the city with
and latest styles of Spectacles and Eye
a and consultation free. Ghma only
un and Twelfth Street, Second floor.
TV Wheeling for a manufacturing anterprlse.
Will occupy about 10 acrss. Addre?s
Penn avenue. Pittsburgh Pa. jal
von RBVT
For rent?several good rooms
Id the City Bank Building. Inquire at
tne City Bank of Wheeling. mrM
7 the city; larga and plenty of light;
centrally located In best advertised build*
Ing in the city. Also large hall for rent.
Apply at HUB CLOTHIERS. Fourteenth
end M?rk?t strata. Jail
fob salr.
year old Shetland Ponlee fo* sale at
the Bchmulbach training stable*, north
end of Island. Inquire or O. E1SM ANN.
)*A . g
lot In Greenwood ermetery; flne location;
corner lot: adjoining best Improvements
in cemetery. Addre?* cemetery
LOT, care Intelligencer office. aplt
T7?OR SALE-A FINE coo kino
J1 Move. No. S. with brass tubes and
"Hlbberd'a" burner; a tine large hall stova
for natural gas and a new stove for tha
Uiindpv A I\a lii' nrrlifd anil ui'rraI nftiar
useful household article; very cheap, *
Call at once at 1116 Chapllne street. Jug
Fir SALE?suburban* homsH
Beautifully situated In Klrkwood. 11
minute* from Wheeling. Large. airy brick
house of 14 rooms; corner lot. 100x106;. .?<
plenty of shade; water, gas and electrto
light: recently Improved; convenient to
churches and a good school; good neighborhood.
BEN j. a burt. 153) Market
street. jus
Stocks for sale.
10 iharei Wheeling Title and Trust Cow
1 Whltaker Iron Works bond.
GO shares Wheeling Steei and Iron Co,
20 shares German Fire Insurance Co.
?0 vhares Wheeling Railway Co.
3 Wheeling Pottery bonds. I per ceoL
8 Wheeling Steel & Iron Co. 6 p. c. bond*
S) shares pellalrs Steel Co.
fc) shares Wheeling Brides Co.
i shares Exchanr* Bank.
R. 8. IRWIN, Broker. S Twelfth^
City Bank Itulldlag, 1300 Market St.
Riverside Glass Co.
Bank of the Ohio Valley.
Aetna-Standard Preferred.
Aetna-Standard Common.
Bellalro Steel Co.
LaBelle Iron Works.
Schmulhach Brewing Co.
Fostorla Glass Co.
Bloch Bros. Tobacco Co.
Wood Bros. Planing Mill Co.
Central Glass Co.
Warwick Pottery Co.
Wheeling Railway Co.
Wheeling Ice and 8torage Co.
ixcntwt KM* BUMS.
Stock*. Bonds and la vest meats.
N'ortbwat Comer Main and Twentieth
8treet5. Wheeling, W. V*.

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