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MIOXAL LEAGDR L, , Won. Lout Per. gfclpnatl 47 is .tn ffion 41 2> .at ntJmorc 40 23 .QjG voland 40 27 .K>7 Bea*o 40 2t? .671 ttaburgh 17 3i >544 York U 35 .470 ooklyn 29 S6 .440 Jludplphia 28 36 438 Mhlnxton ? 3D .'41* ixmjis a . 48 .824 Dinvjiii- a 47 .3 m YESTERDAY'S GAMES. Cincinnati 7. Chicago 5. Cleveland ?, St. I>?ul8 6. TO-DAY'S GAMES. Cincinnati at Chicago. St. Lou la at Cleveland. Brooklyn at -Nej'YiK'll. Boaton at Philadelphia. Loulnvllle at Plttaliursh. Baltimore at Waahlngton. PITTSBURGH, July 7.-Magco wai a runic until the seventh Inning, when Pittsbrugh found him, ana wun six m? scored six runs. Tom McCroery mado his debut In a Pittsburgh uniform, and was decldcdly In the gnme, scoring a hm, making a three-bagrer and a sensational catch in middle Held. Attendance, 1,000. Score: PITTSBURGH. AB. K. BH. PO. A. E. Donovan, r. f 4 I 2 1 0 0 O firlen. lb 3 l 1 11 0 0 Gray, 2b C 0 0 2 2 0 McCarthy. I. f 4 112 0 0 M cCreery, o. t 3 1 1 2 0 0 Bowcrinan, e 4 0 1 C 2 0 P?dden, 2b 4 0 0' 3 3 1 Ely. h 4 I I J 3 0 TannebUI, p 4 1 8 0 3 1 Totals SS 1 1 27 H 1 LOUISVILLE. AB. R BH. PO. A. E. Hoy. e. f..% 5 0 2 3 0 0 P.ltchey, p. a 4 0 0 4 3 1 Dexter, r. f 3 112 0 0 Clar.k, I. f 4 1 2 4 0 0 Wagner, lb 3 1 2 8 0 1 Steuch. lb 4 0 0 1 2 0 Cllngman, 3b. 3 0 1 0 2 1 Klttrldae. c 4 0 1 2 0 0 j j J j j Totals ?l ' 5 24 10 I 8 S 8 S ? 8 ? ^ hits. McCreery. Wagner. Stolu >?"" Donovan, Cllngman. Hr?t base on bolls. oft Taiiiu'hlll 2; off Stage? 3. i?ii' by Tannehtll 6: by Magoe !. Pass**1 ball. Bowerroaa Wild pljSi. Tannohlll Sarrlllce hits. O'Brien, Wagner. Time, 1.52Vmplrt'S, Snyder and Connoily. DWYER FOOLED THEM. CHICAGO, July ..-Costly err?r? b/_ <be I Orphans and Inability to bunch bits off I Dwyer pushed the Hods a. little further r ahead to^.y. .Neither side played g<^ Dail, UUt i uc ivaui.- UBW luck. Attendance, 2,900. Score: Chicago 0 0 0 0 S 3 0 0 0?fi 10 6 Cincinnati ....1 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0-7 10 5 Enrned runs, Chicago 2; Cincinnati 4. Batteries, Griffith. Chance and Donahue; Dwyer and Vaughn. Umpire*, 8wartwood and Wood. Time, 2:05. THREE SUCCEBSTVf? SINGLES. WASHINGTON, July 7.?Three successive singles In the tenth won tho gamo for Washington. Attendance, 2,600. Score: Washington 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 1-5 9 6 Baltimore 0000000 10 0?1 7 3 Earned runs, Washington i. Batteries, Weyhlng nnd McGuire: McJames and Robinson. Umpires, Lynch and Andrews. Time, 2 hours. BOTH BATTED WELL. CLEVELAND, July 7.?To-day's gamo was characterised by slow work by tho home team. Both teams butted well, and 11 the visitors cume near pulling out a victor}*. Attendance, 400. Score: Cleveland 2 01000020 1?6 13 3 St. Louis 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0-6 11 < Earned runs, Cleveland 3; St. Louis 1. Batteries, Jones nnd Crlger; Taylor and Sugdcn. Umpires, McDonald and O'Day. Time. 2:20. ONE WAS~ENOUG.II. I NEW YORK. July 7.?Ono'Inning was M sufficient for Dunn, and McKenna. the "llnd" from the Hrockton club, of the New I England league, was given a trlnl. He waa I very wild, but made a creditable showing. I Meekin was In line form. Attendance, Urn SCO*: RHK Now York ....5 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 *-10 13 0 Brooklyn 0 00000010-143 Earned run?, New Tork 3. Batteries. Meekin and Warner; McKenna, Dunn and Ryan. Umpires, Emslie and Hunt. Time, H e TirtoTnv uin nrir r>iv re " * " W PHIJ?ADELPHIA. July 7.-Phlladclphla defeated Boston to-day through the Rwmched work of the visitors In the firm Ertwo lnnlng!?. Boston rallied In the ninth, r but the Phillies' lead was too big to overcome*. Attendance, 2,054. Score: RHE Boston 0 0001000 4-5 85 Phlladelp'a ...4 1010000*601 Earned runs, Boston . Batteries, Nichols and Yeager; Orth and McFarland. Umpires. Gaiiney and Brown. Time, 1:56. INTRR-STATB LEAGDE. At Fort Wayne. RHE Fort Way no...0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1?6 5 4 Youngstown ..4 2000100 *?7 8 3 Batteries?Brodle and Campbell; Knepper and Sechrongast. At Grand Rapids. RHE Gr'd Rapids.. .1 01000210-6 10 1 Dayton 0 0001100 0-2 71 Batteries?Wayne and Cote; Brown and Donahue. At Mansfield. RHE Mansfield 0 00000000-O75 Springfield ....0 0 0 2 0 0 0 5 0-5 8 0 _Batteries?Helium and Iaw; Wills and u ramus. At Toledo. RHB Toledo 1 00020000?8 7 2 New Castle 0 2*1 0 0 0 2 0 *-6 10 2 Batteries, Keenan and Arthur; Guese and Zlnram. COLUMBUS LOSES HER TEAM. DENVER, July 7.?It la announced that the Columbus base ball team of the Western league, will be removed to Denver and that hereafter Denver will be Included In this league. It is probably that the former Columbua team will finish this season's playing as representing Denver, at any rate Denver will be In the Western league beginning with the season of 1890. bowlingT" ALL ALIKE. lit 2d. 3d. W. Braach 136 lot li'l Krdfi ljr? 125 181 Arndt IX IW 132 Balxer 130 120 11<1 i^oite 'rrrrrrririmrrrrrirrr IT? 202 I&I Total* 8J3 *5 7s 1 ALL AMERICAN. Int. 2d. 3d. Zlmnrnrman 114 ill 123 Cardona , 137 12" ISO FriU << lir. !?7 CiiPi 1IH 13.1 113 finder |.ft HI 111 111 I ml 13S 133 n, S Total? 711 754 712 C. C. C. Int. 2d. Id. Oatm 1?52 1/9 117 .Pirk 134 167 141 'Cochran l!?l 112 H" Woltxcl m MP 2"? Stovondon 170 J7<1 lf.7 Wind lid 122 14S Total* :itf W5 IM7 K. K. K. Int. . 2d. Id. Jitcknon 111 137 K.o Petrmon 1S? im 14S lUy 163 119 ISO llyott J 74 US 1(17 Hack man iso 142 141 Mind is& m ir.7 Total* 0M 800 ' ' ' ' ' i~7jhe jffealth of the Affair Is Indicated by tls condition. When the natural secretions decrease; <when the hair becomes dry, splits at the ends andcomes out tn combing ; token the gloss disappears and the hair becomes gray or faded, the III health of the hair Is Indicated. Thtsuccessof AYBKTS HAM t/iUi/K is aae to the fact that it restores the hair-pro ducing organs to their natural vigor. It encourages and promotes the secretions of the hair follides, and thus gray or faded hair regains Us original _ color, new growth C ) begins, and lost losC3 tre is restored. MIbavetu?d PL Jtyers k? Jfair Bj ffigor *1 for fifteen year*. Ite*a?e? thehftirtokeefMtineturml color ?ndi? ft potttivc cor# j " for bftlduMt."?T. B. WEYANT, Weyftnt, P*. | IE05AHDSTEEL Ho Special CliangM lu the Market?Ittnetlvlty at all Poluta. PITTSBURGH, Pa., July 7.?xne American Manufacturer In Its weekly trade review will say to-morrow: "The general conditions of trade this week are precisely those noted at last account All points report the same Inactivity and all put it down to about the same cause. In the eastern market there are no material changes to record. New York reports no signs of speculation In crude Iron, and orders for finished products are small. Southern pig Iron producers are selling freely and the northern furnaces are shading prices to meet the competition. At Philadelphia, trade is quiet and there Is no anxiety to purchase. Foundry pig Irons Bhow a slight improvement,'* but grey forge Is In a bad way. Some big traniactions In Bessemer billets are expected soon. Bar Iron Is very cheap. jrjp<?3 aim iuucb are iirm mm mc f??v? mills are well filled with orders. Little Is doing In structural Iron and steel. ' Chicago reports a generally light trade, by the tacit agreement of both sides. Some pig Iron consumers ore hurrying shipments on old orders, and an unusually lnrge amount of southern Iron Is finding Its way Into that market. Bessemer billets are very slow. At Cincinnati the volume of business Is extremely light. The furnaces have orders for delivery late in the season, but that does not help present business. There Is quite a heavy buying in merchant steel. Cleveland reports state that the valley furnaces are closing down according to agreement Foundry iron Is In better demand, the sheet mills are crowded, and other branches are rather dull. The pJg Irqn output at Wheeling Is being reduced. Finished Unea continue slow." Writ Virginian WASHINGTON. D. C.,JuIy 7.?Among inu nonunaiions nem 10 eiiaiv fcvdayby the President waa: Second lieutenants?William XT. Chadbourn, Jr., of North Carolina; Samuel D. Brady, o! West Virginia. BRIDGEPORT. Happening* of luteraot In (be Town At th? and of (lie llrltlfcr. The publication In two evening: paper* of July 6 and a morning paper of July 7 regarding the action the council of Bridgeport taken at the meeting on Tuesday night on the propogedt street paving, are about as near the fact? In either case as those papers usunHy get. The statement that the council naa repealed the ordinance providing- for the issue of bonds for street paving and had employed J. C. Helnlein to assist Solicitor W. V. Campbell In drawing up a new ordinance is absolutely untrue and without any foundation whatever. The facts in the matter are these: The former council, at a meeting held in March last, passed a resolution prepared by its solicitor, George Duncan, providing for the Issuing of bonds fos street improvement, and it was ?ubmittcd to a vote of the people at the spring election and carried by a large majority. After the election of the present coun &7L A] Nearly *11 women look vL?#> forward to the ordeal of motherhood with no ?|JMwLSgur much dread and anxiety %2flHESmthat only after the baby hai ?^Kr safely arrived and made a WV warm little plaee for himself JUKI in thr mother's heart, doea jj/j\ she fairly realise that it waa "j/fi I inderd a good angri who / / > brought this wee ne*tlinff to brighten and sweeten her life. ... Women who arc approaching mothernooa with a sense of fear and solicitude, or in a weakened physical condition, need the help of that marvelOOi ravorue rreicnpHon," Invented by Dr. R. V Pierce, chief conaultinff physician of the Invalid# Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, X. Y.. and designed expreaaly to reatore heaUhytfgor to the delicate feminine atructure^nvolvcd in motherhood. It take* away all of the danger and most of the pain attendant upon motherhood, and ccmfera on the baby that lusty hardihood which ia a Joy to a mother's heart. _ ^ . An Ohio ladv. Mr*. Lefa Iloflbilf*. of Clartn*. in, Monn** Co., In a Irlltr to Iir. IHmc. "I'M "I ho<] .Iwny. Ik-cd liMtlhy until (bur vr?rj a?n. R-f. re lltr Willi of my i hlld11 Irrort dmlh * down time*. Hid wa rail milk leg for four year*. Could not tand It to be un my fret long at n time without ?welllnf dreadfully. Before luy U?t baby wo? iKirti. I liad every aywptom of a return ol the trouble. My leg iwrlftrf t,n?i|y. I lend of Dr. Merrr'% Favorite Preacriptlon, nnd thought I would try It. I took ?l* bottles. and when my hnby wm lorn I *m not sick at ..II after I wa* out of labor. whlcH l*?t*d only abort time. In time* vfev 0,,, ' * bor hail lifted twrlve to fifteen hour*. I am a well woman today, and haw been wnce I C'jt Mil of bed. when my little boy wa? nine ?.av* old I give the credit all to Dr. Pierre1* favorite Pre* MTtptlon. 1 will sever do without It dut log audi a oil the questlomas to the legality of the I nmuiuiiuto was raised and ww r#?f*rrtd to the present solicitor, W. V. Camp- I beH, for an opinion In the matter, and he reported that in his Judgment the i resolution was not la* accordance with I the provisions of the statutes, 'and advised council to repeal it and pass air'other. Council foHowed the advice and Instructed the solicitor to prepare an ordinance repealing the former action and submit 1t to council at the meeting j next Tuesday night. This Is aU that has been done in the matter. Mrs. Harry M. Clark apived in Bridgeport on the Fourth from Cripple I Creek, Colorado. She was accompanied j by her two little children and Jios re- , turned to stay. Some benevolently disposed women on j the Ohio side are talking of making a request of J. K. Jolly to aMow them to run his car? one day for charity. The Aetna-Standard milt shut down last evening for about two weeks, to take stock and make the usual- summer repairs. Mrs. Henry Crawford will open her new restaurant In the Rhodes block on Saturday evening with a chicken supper. Street car travel between: Wheeling and Bridgeport was unusually light yesterday. MABTIH'8 max. Haps autl mishap* la the Thriving City Across the Bivcr. Jake Wilbert, assistant engineer at the Belmont brewery, had a narrow es cape irom urowning weancsuay iukiu, while bathing in the river near the Terminal bridge and if it bad not been for a number of friends nearby who rescued him, he would have drowned. Thp Woman's Club of this city will give an outing at the home of Mrs. Sheets, at the "Elms," this afternoon and evening. It will be in the form of a basket picnic and each lady is permitted to invite one gentleman. The young ladles in charge of the "Wheeling street cars on this end of tlw line attracted quite a good deal of attention here yesterday and were a drawing card for the company. ' Charles McCord and Frank Coss, who were arrested for robbery, were releas eu ycsieruuy, mere nut uvius duuiuicui evidence to convict them. The new tin mill at the Laughlln mill went on In full yesterday morning. The old mill will probably resume operations Monday. Captain and'Mrs. H. W. Smith left yesterday afternoon for New York, Atlantic City and other eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Over, of Muncle, Ind., are the guests of the family of William Joy, on South Broadway. The two-year-old child of Hiram 8elbert, of Tenth street, Is very 111 and Is not expected to live. The ferry boat Climax left yesterdaV for Middleport, Ohio, where she will be tied up for repairs. Mrs. Sadie Rosenthal, of Marion, Ind.1, Is the guest of the family of Jacob Rosenthal. Mrs. Drummond, of Barnesvllle, Is visiting Mrs. Hughes, of West Hanover street Miss Birdie Blackford returned from Washington, Pa., last night Mr. William McWllllams returned from Dennlson yesterday. Miss Olive Leisure, of Mt Pleasant, was in the city yesterday. George W. Arbaugh and family are In camp near Yorkvllle. Jack Johns went to Mingo yesterday, to visit friends. BENWOOD. Brcnr Netra I tenia Gathered In (he Bn? jr .Ifnrshall County Town. Moundsville lodge, A O. U. W? paid a fraternal visit last night to Benwood lodge, of ,-the same order. They came up la a trolley car, accompanied fey tneir families, and were splendidly entertained by their Benwod brethren. A highly enjoyable evening for all was the result of the visit. About thirtjNflve Italians brought here to work on the pipe line for ihe water works system are making their temporary headquarters at the old Columbian athletic club room. AJlie Chapman will visit the "Lonely Two" fishing canrp near MoundsvHle on Sunday to see his friends, Ted Landers and Thomas Blake. Thomas O'Brien feft yesterday to spend a few days with the "Hard Bread" fishing camp at Qlendale. Miss Mary Cox, of Wellsburg, who has been visiting Mrs. J. W. MtDonald, returns home to-morrow. Joseph Ozier, who is working at McKeesport.Js spending a few days with ICiftUVCD UCiC. Miw* Mary Dixon has returned' to Muskingum college for the summer term. John and Will Geraghty left yesterday for a ten days' sojourn at Atlantic City. Ferdinand Green, of New Matamoras, was calling on friends here yesterday. Thomas Newton- and WH1 Whttesldes are visiting at Mtorletta. M>lfls Kate Detemple Is the guest of Proctor friends. Charles Barrett has gone to Cincinnati on a visit. the HiyEK. YE8TERDAT'S DE3PARTURE8. Pittsburgh... H. K. BEDFORD, 8 a. m. Pittsburgh...W. J. CUMMINS, 8 a. m. HlHtorsvllIe...KLOISE, 8 a. m. Parkontburg.AitOAND, 11 a. m. ? fvn-onvivT 11 . _ iliaiMUUIIWiHMOAIilUtVlll 41 Ik 1U. 81stersvUle...RUTH, 3:30 p. m. Clorinffton.. .. LEROY, 8:30 p. m. 8teubonvllle..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. ra. Marietta LORENA, 10 a. ra. BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY. 8tflternvlUe...E7LOI8El 8 km. Sin tern vl I W?... RUTII, 3:30 p. ra. Clarlnfft on.... LEROY, 3:30 p. m. 8loubcnvI)Ie..T. *L BAYNE, 2:30 p. m. BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Charleston...11. K. BEDFORD, 6:30 a. m. Marietta. ELOI8K. 8 a.m. Cincinnati....W. J. CUMMINS. 8 a. m. Parkentburg.AROAND, 11 a. m. Matamora?...LEXlNQTON, 11 a. m. SlKteraville...RUT1f. 3:30 p. m. I Clarlngton....LEROY, 3:30 p. m. Steuben vll)e..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. ra. Hl??r Telegram*. OIL CITY?ITlver 1 foot 3 Inches and falling. Clear and warm. WARREN?River 1 foot. Clear and warm. GREENSBORO?River 7 feet 7 lnche? and falling. Clear and warm. MORGANTOWN?IUver 6 feet 11 Inchon and ntutlonary. Clear nnd worm. BROWNSVILLE?River 6 feet 2 Inch'-* nnd stationary. PITTSBURGH?River 2 feet (5 Inches and falling at the dam. Clear and plea Kant. STBUBENVILLE?River 2 feat 7 Inches nnd falling. Clear and warm. PARKER8BUHQ?Ohio river 4 feet 8 Inches nnd falling Clear, with mercury at 82. Little Kanawha falling. Th* flitr* 1<? firlpp* Our#. There Is *10 ii?p aufferlng from this dreadful malady, If you will only get the rljcht remedy. You are having pain all through your body, your liver In out of oril??r. have no appetite, no llfo or ambition, have a had cold, In fart are completely used up. Rlectrlo Hitters la the only remedy thot will give you prompt and sure rrllef. They not directly on your Liver, Htomach and Kidney*, tone up the whole ayatem and make you f?el like a new bring. They are ouaiantocd to cure or price rofundrd. For aale at Logan Drug Co.'a Drug 8toro. only CO cents per bottle, 1 What Does It Mean. The Decision of the Medical Profession in Favor ' of '5 Hyomei." IT WEANS TWt ?l U* U. Trai Mrtkod olCnfagDIfc mm of tha Air PuMpif Mm BMlPMUi , IT MEANS No Mar* Leas of TIm or Wasta of flooar la tfca Traataaot of Catarrh aad BroocWtta, Gaugtu* Colda and Aatkaa* r The tetttoooy of ?tr ikirtyjkrt* kwUrtd regular physicians who ortr their ova signature hare deeland "Hyomei" to be the most accessful remedy ?r used by them in the treatment of diseases of tho bead, throat and lungs 1* the strongest endorsement evtr riven to any preparation, and the #*/? m at the Uad ia the hbtorjr Vaedtdae. Jsst think of it: after bavin* tested every treat* stent known, liquids, sprays, douches and atomisers, and cast them aside a? worse than useless, these representative medical mca claim the Australian Dnr Air method of treating Catarrh. Catarrhal Deafness, Bronchitis, Cooihs, Coids and Asthma to be ibe # // one by wbkh all perts of the air passafes can be reached and cored. This dedsioo means a great deal to the thousands of people suffering from these diseases. It meant that they need Ho loafer waste their time and money on methods which hare proved worthless. It means that they need Hot andanrer their hearing or lose their senses of smell end taste by forcing liquid medicines into the air passafes,with sprays, douche* and atomisers. It means many otbef things favorable to the health and happiness of the people of this country, but best of all. it means freedom from suffering to those who are afflicted with disease* of the sir passages la the head, throat and lungs. "XYOIKZ" CURES BY INHALATION. I There is no dangtr, so risk. Tour money is " Hyomel,** 'joe. " Hyomel "Balm, a wonderful | healer, ssc.3 Can b? obtained of your drug* i glgtf 0* BT KAXXfc Pamphlet* free. R. T. BOOTH cQMPAlvr. OOM iV-il ADBItOriMW PBIWg. vim". "" BELLAIBE. All Sort* of Local *?wi and Ooulp Prom ib? OUm ClCf. There are in Belmont county eightyfour saloons, divided among the towns as follows: Bellalre 32; Bridgeport 16; Barnesvllle 7; Martin's Ferry 21; St. Clalrsvllle 2; Belmont 1, and Pease township, outside of the corporations, 6. .A total revenue of $14,766 88 Is derived from these saloons at this collection of taxes, w into sum iuc muuc *-??I 430 96; the municipal police fund $8,| 339 22; the municipal general revenue fund 13,600 41, and the county poor fund $3,897 19. Fifteen years ago Bellalre alone had sixty-six saloons, paid no Dow tax, and the other places where these luxuries are supported, had twice as many as they now have. The sudden death of (Miss Nellie Rankin, youngest daughter of Colonel David Rankin, Wednesday .night was a shock to the community, as well as to the family. She was a great favorite in the circle In which she moved, and was widely known as a modest, lovable girl, and It was scarcely known that she was .sick until her death was announced. The city hoard of education has purchased the lot adjoining the Central School building from Mrs. Mary M. Gorrell for $1,150. It Is expected they will enlarge the school building one of these I days. The additional ground gives | room for a nice wing to the present structure. The board held a short | meeting last night I Dr. Henry J. Zoeckler, who left here a few years ago, as a dentist and located ! In Brooklyn, N. Y., was married on Wednesday to Miss Elizabeth Blanche Bromley, at the home of the bride, it*. Pittsburgh. They went at once to I their own home in Brooklyn. It seems that about all of the public I halls In the city have been condemned by a state Inspector because of lnsuf| flcient Are escapes. The town has been here a long time, the halls for many years, but the inspector Is a newly created officer. Mrs. Thomas Boyce, of Gas City, Tnd., who has been the guest of Mrs. C. 11. Dankworth for several days,, left yesterday for Bethesda, where she will spend the summer. A woman whs jutncu up ucjtt iui uc* lng drunk and disorderly and she immediately became Insanely religious, praying vociferously for her release. Superintendent H. G. Williams and family leave to-day, for Marietta, their new home. The good wishes of this community go with them. Harry Bamford returned to hTs home yesterday, from Dunkirk, Ind., where he has been working for several months. Miss Nelle Westcott, of Gas City, Ind., Is visiting Miss Maude Heir, In the Fifth ward. JCUUJU OIII1I17I ui Munition, O., Is spending a few days with relatives here. The Elks held an Interesting meeting and banquet in Odd Fellows' hall Wednesday night. * The public library is now open for three and one-half hours Tuesdays and Thursdays. The Knights of Pythias Installed their newly elected officers last night. Miss Katie Woods, of Qallipolls, Ohio, la visiting friends in the city. Fred. Eberle, of Chicago, is in the cit*', calling on friends. M'MECHEB. Happening! of lnferrat In the If?rihil Comity Town, Tne man wno poHBeu ino one aonar bill, raised to ft Ave, on Harry Leeds, has been arrested at Parkersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Leeds and Mrs. William Shaw are there attending the trial, which commenced yesterday. Mr. Frank Cooper, of Wheeling, wan In town yesterday, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cooper. 8. B. West was nt Moundsvllle yesterday, attending a meeting of the school book committee. Charles Adams, of Littleton. Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. C harlcs Davis, of Lincoln avenue. Mrs. J. M. Qarvey has returned home < from Martlniburg, where she was visiting friends. ( Mrs. Thomas Manlon. of Wheeling, was the guest of friends here yester- , day. Thomnn Cook, of Bellalre. wns the guest of friends here yesterday. ' Itncklrit'a Anile* SmIt*. The best salvo In the world for Cuts. nrulse*. Sore*, Ulcert, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chlllblalnc, Corns, and all Skin Eruption*, and positively cares Pitas, pr no' pa:* required. It Is guaranteed to five < perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sftlo by gan Drug Co. wETthewarTasts; : All who march, walk or stand, should shake into their shoes Allen's Ko<lt-I?ns?-. n powder. It cures aching. tlrod, sorr, swollen feet, and makes light or n?w sho.s . onny. It obsorbs moisture, and prayrnts chatlng. hot, smartinir. blistered, swe&tlnif foet. All the regular army troons and navy nirn use It. Volunteers lh hot climate* can't ?'xl*t In comfort without u. . Allan's Foot-FIa** Is sold by all druggists and show storu*. JSo. Batnplo sent KHKK. | Address, Alien 8. Olmsted, Le Itoy, N. v | TOiPHM-ma ' -m Store Qoscs at . 5 o'clock, Saturday Excepted* >%_ ' v ' winl\ Vk Vp X * ?///l i Mi w\Hiiy Ml. \^HlHfL vB HERE'S ONE a tittle more elaborately trimmed?half lined prolBt, (autre collar, pleated back, full front, $1.29, A LOT of LAWN GOWNS or Wrappers, that were four dollar* each, sow $2.50. Children's wash de Ladies' Linen, Crash _a Geo. Eo 51 ffrNb CENT^B W.UKU All nolld advertisements under tho following headings: : : : WANTED. PERSONALS, ? LOST AND FOUND, ? FOR RENT, FOR SALE, ?? will be inserted at the rate of ONEklCENimWORD 1 WANTED. ANTED?TO TRADE, A NEW Singer sewing machine for a. horse. Apply to SINGER SEWINO MACHINE CO:, No. 70 Twelfth atreet. mrw WANTED?BY ONE OP THE LARGEST house* In the trade, a cigar nalosraan, acquainted In Wheeling, Slatersville, rnrk^n-Mirg nnd oontlguou* territory. Must havo had experience. Afldresa "CIGARS," care Intelligencer. Jyl TO LOAN. Money to loan-js.ooo.oo, jio.ooo.oo, J16.COO.OO, J20.000.00. geo. J. MATHI, Heal Estate Agent, 1308 Market St. -SELFOR RENT. X710R RENT-SEVERAL GOOD ROOMS r in th? City Bank Building. Inquire at the City Bank of Wheeling. mrlO BIOYCLE3. OUR Leading Wheels 1 are Rambler, Sterling, Victor, IHmI. ALL OTHERS je ? *,.* j* Will be closed out at less than cost. This means a few good bargains in wheels. JASON C. STAMP, 1523 Market Street. ?~ ' V DBNTHTBY. f ; E. E. WORTH EN. DENTIST. . Pttbody Building, fcoa.n No. 331. 126 Market Streot,.. . Wheeling, W. Va > * TAK* *mATOlt? Jfli ;a mm ? OOL " ' . i T A 1 1 irigncens' Summer., Trials. ^ fflpUi ?kop> cottm ninisMi you ?I? hot or weary, aaf jnoo bqrio Oet a tueoo aadttha B?* growacoom ' There 1? 4reo Md oomfort to ? aool oottao ?IM?T Mill oTminaB IJMIBII ? . ?_'? " vjnoice *"ercaio v Wrappers la about tirentr-flva?mffiei ?i * rfjhl M i light and dark iiilnn i muter tana made,'* full iwld* cattana (root moA' pleated book?collar >mT i illP~M.<11 mi Tlti beadlaR ^ . 89c and 98c. 'ANOTHER STTLE of ths^beriHBMt color ChlaU?In cbecka and "ttartc colors, trimmed with plain cnfttatabjrap: irary for boose gowo, F $1.59. :' ELEGANT LINE at elaborately trimmed Lawn Wrapper* made up to toe most stylish manner, trimmedribbon or embroidery, or both, $5.48. , [ESSES?all sizes.jM?i*iiMai? nd Covert Suits an J Skirts. ...... ?ri| ? tifel & Co. ASSIGNEES' N0TI0E8. ^SSIONEB'S NOTICE. -T Notice Is hereby given -that IL H. D. WIIHh has made an asHltfnment to me for the bpncilt of bis creditors. All persons Indebted to him are required to settle thelt accounts without delay. Creditors are requentiHl to file with me verified statements' of their claims for adjustment W. B. HIGGINS, je?> Trustee and Assignee. * UCQAL NOTICES. npO THE CREDITORS OF THE BAER X SONS GROCER COMPANY: You are hereby notified that the undersigned have been, by the United States circuit court for tno District of West Virginia, in the suit In-equity therein pending wherein B. S. Ba4?r and others am plaintiffs, and the Boer Sons Grocer Company and othern are defendants, appointed receivers for said Baer Sons Grooer Company and of all property, real and personal. and you are hereby notified and requested to file with us at as early a day as practicable your claims against said defendant company for adjustment. HOWARD HAZLETT. B. S. BAER, Wheeling, W. Va.. Juna 23. FOB SALE. FOR 8ALE?SALOON, NO. 218 WATER treet. )M /"CANARY BIRDS-A FINE LOT OF V Harts Mounuin Rollers at HENRT KKLMBIUGHT'S. corner Market and Sixth at recti. apll F)R SALE CHEAP?*98 MODEL Cleveland Bicycle (Ladle*') only In UN S^doys. DILLON, WHEAT * HANCHER OR SALE-ONE AND ONE-HALF lot in Greenwood cemetery: fine loot* tlon; corner lot; adjoining best Improve menu In cemetery. Addrem CEMETERY LOT, cut Intelligencer office. apU jij BOILERS FOR SALE. Three (3) 60 horse Power Tutelar 1 i Boiler*. ? THE BLOCK BROS. TOBACCO CO. [K CoOOOQOOOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOOCjj J?OR SALE i FES CHOICE LOTS ? EDGIBnTOl CHEAP AlfD ON EAST TBB1U W. V. HOGB, City Hank Hull ding, 15O0 Mark*! SU BALE. Ohio County Bonds. Mounderflle, Banwood & Wheeling R R llonds. Whitakar iron Co. Brads. Wheeling Pottoir Bonds. Fostorla Glaus Co. Stock. Aotna-dUndard Preferred Block. Aetna-Standard Common Stock. lAllcllf* Iron Works Stock. Riverside Mill Stock. Bank of WheaUhf Stock. Exchange Uank Stock. W. B. SIMPSON. No. 1200 Market rtrcet. Union Railroad Ticket Qfflca. FOR SALE Central Olaaa Work* Stock. Kontorln Clans Co. Stock. Crystal GIom Co. Stock. Wont Virginia Olann Co. fltock. Warwick China Co. Btook. Aetna-fltandard PrefltTN Stock. Aetna-Standard Common Stock. linnk of . Wheeling Stock. Exchange Dank Hto??k. ... ^ Wheeling & Belmont Hridgo Co. Block. Whoellng Hrldge Co. Stock. Whirling Hridgo Co. Honda. WhAnlltiir Pnlfnrv llntwla FOR. RENT. Fine rtflldenco, completely furnUhod. with nil modern convenience*, on Chaplino street, between Twelfth and Four* tcenth treet*. Ponpceelon con bo had at once. HOWARD HAZLETT. STOCK*, nO*I? AND I* YK,TJU KXT8, KaobuMT* Beak Balldl*#.