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BOXING.
Oscar Gardner was tendered * pleasing
surprise Saturday night at the
Wyandotte club. East End. He was
hastily summoned to the club house,
and was knocked out la the first round
when one of the members stepped forward
and with & f?w appropriate remarks.
presented the featherweight
Nonpareil with a cut glass water set
and tea set of gold and blue. An en
graving of Gardner id ooxing pomure
on the water set, was elngularly appropriate.
Oscar couldn't come to before
(he fatal ten, and ho stammered out
his thanks, being overcome by excess
of feeling. Seldom does a boxer ever
merit more esteem than the modest
"Omaha Kid."
It looks as though the Bridgeport
carnival will go through with all the
boxers scheduled. No articles have
been signed yet, but Louden Campbell
will likely meet Eugene Bezenah the
first night. Jack McClelland agrees to
take on Eddie Gardner, for $250 a side,
and leave the entire purse up to meet
Oscar at a future date, If he bests Eddie.
To this proposition Oscar replies
that he will take Eddie's place at
TtririrenorL and meet McClelland for
$500 a aide. or give odds of $1,000 to $750
jje can knock McClelland out, or box
htm for a percentage of the receipts.
Oicar think* McClelland should be willing
to ogree to olther Inducement, since
tie has "beefed" around Pittsburgh that
h# lost t?> Oscnr by a foul blow. Providing
McClelland will meet-Oscar, Eddie
will take on Yock Hennlger.
Jimmy Fogarty. the welter weight,
and Texas whirlwind, is again in town.
He may get on with McCue, at the
Bridgeport carnival, if there's a hitch
In the present programme.
NAfiONAL LEAME
\l"nn T nt( T'or
Cincinnati 61 ' : 27 .654
Boston 47 29 .618
Cleveland 46 29 .612
Baltimore 44 29 .602
Chicago 45 . 34 .670
Pittsburgh ...? 41 34 .560
Xew York 39 35 .530
Philadelphia 33 .39 .458
Brooklyn 30 42 .41?
Washington 29 46 .387
Louisville 24 . 53 .611
6L Louis 24 56 .300
SATURDAY'S GAMKS.
Philadelphia 6; Cincinnati 1
Pittsburgh 5; Boston 3.
Baltimore 8; Chicago 2.
Sew York 14; Louisville 6.
fit, Louis 7; Brooklyn 3.
Cleveland 7; Washington 1
TO-DAY'S GAMS?.
Chicago at Baltlmbre.
Pittsburgh at Boston.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
Louisville at New York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Washington.
INTER-STATE LEAGUE.
At Dayton. RHE
Dayton 0 2010100 ??13 :
Voungstown ..0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 7 4
Batteries?Bates and Dotiahue; Ilelberger
and Schrecongoit.
At Toledo. RHE
Toledo 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0-9 14 0
Fort Wayne. i.O 1000000 0-1 65
Batteries?Ewing and Arthur; Brodle
and O'Meara.
At Grand Rapids. RHE
fir1 A 9 A 0 1 9 1 ft ft-fl 7 1
Minefield 110001010-4 11 a
Batteries?Harper and Cote; Miller and
Belt.
BOWLliNG.
The first half of the season in the Mo*art
league's tournament lias closed,
With The Bowlers first In the race. The
team standing: is as follows:
Won. Lost. Per. Ave.
Bowler* ;:> g .Tis 892
C. C. C 24 9 .72$ 8*9
All Alike 24 5 .72* 801
Puritans 22 11 .?7 824
Argonauts 20 13 .(Ml 871
l*S*e? 18 IS . ;.M5 878
X. K. K 17 16 - .51ft M2
Vltibilph Tit* 11 9ii 'NK Vtl
r Tidal waves 12 21 . .M4 777
Old Cronlcf 31 22 .333 Vic
AU Amcrlran fi 27 .1x2 7M
J*. E. L. ft A. A.. K ? ,ia "67
INDIVIDUAL STANDING.
Fram*, Old Cronies* 32. OTTArndt, All
Alike. 18. 147; Turner, Fltz. fcee. 6. 147;
Gordon. Argonauts, 11, 14G; tfarkson, K.
X. K.. 30. 140; Byeott. K. K. K.. 24, 14C;
i Jones. Slffsbce, 12. 145; Richards, Bowlers.
30. 145; A. Baker, Puritans, 18, 144;
King. Slgsbee, 15, 144; Kromrlck, All
Alike, 15, 144; Kraft. AH Alike. Zi, 143;
Bpeldel. Old Cronies, 23, 143; Cochran, C.
0. C.. 30, 14.1; Jones, N. E. I,.,& A. A., 33,
143; Wood. K. K. K., 12, 145; Audllnger,
Tidal Waves, IB, 142; Dnnneflberg, Fit*.
Lee, 21, 143; Rader, All American, 27,
34i: Dick, C. C. C., S, 141; Bernhardt, All
American, 12, 139; Prottyman, Puritans,
S7, 138; Karc. Puritans, 16,131; Kenning,
Bowler*. 30.138; Falck, N. K. U A A. A.,
XI, 1*8; Wrttsel. C. C. C.. 33. ISA; Nolle.
All Alike, 13, 160; Wllhelm, Puritan*. 18.
160; Evan*, Argonaut*, 15. .160; Rader.
Bt>wler*, 30. 160; Stevenron, C. C. C.. 24,
369; Emblem, Bowers. 32. 166; Mar^eh?i*r.
Fit*. I*ee. 16. 155; Balzer. All Alike,
29. 154; P. Branch, All AHkA, IS, 164;
Btckmeyer, Blffwhe \ 21. 163; Miller, Puritan*,
24, 162; Vogler, Arjonauta, 3, 152;
Harkman, K. K. K., 28, 152: Alexander,
Bonier*. 26, 151; Knoke. Fit*. I,ee, 21.
150; Marte. fll?*?bee. 18, 160; Clarke, Argonaut*.
23, 150; O'Nlel, Argonaut#, 16,
149; Harver, Argonaut*. 33. 149; Wagner,
Fit*. Lee. 30, 148; Wel?e, Bowler*, 18.
147? Nel*on. Argonaut*. 23, 147; Oau*, C.
C. C., 27, 147; W. Braech, All Alike, 30,
137; Sonnefeldt. ArRonautn. 5, 13G; Nolte.
Tidal Wave*, 24. 136; Werner. Rlg*bee,
6. 136; Haslett, Tidal Wave*, 30. 134;
Petenon, K. K. K.. 20. 133; Bay. K. K.
K., 21. 133; B. Welty. C. C. C? 17. 132;
Acker, Puritan*. 30.132; Sortce, Puritan*,
6. 132: *>tte, Puritan*. 12, 132; Both, Old
CrotWea, 12,132; Zlmmermnn. All Americana,
IS. lit; MeElroy. K K. K.. 17, 130;
A Norteman, Tidal Wbvos. 12. 130; Miller.
Old Cronle*. 19. 129; Oardona, All
American*. 22. 12#; llrett. Flu. Lee, 22.
12K; H*len?fern. Old Cronies, 16. 127;
Itothermund, Tidal Wave*. lf>. 127; Fu*ate,
X. !v L. ft A. A.. 16.127; Waamuth.
Fir*. Lee, 12, 126; Tin**, Old Cronle*, 12.
126; Smith. N. K. U A A. A.. If,. 123;
B*uter. N. K. L. & A. A., 27, 125; Hprlnrr.
All Alike, 3.123; Mann. Pit* J^e, 12.
11!); Frit* All Americana, 12, 118; Shflfer.
N E. U A A. A.. H. 116; BenfhDm, Old
CronlM, 6, 116; Stalb, Old Cronle*, 3, 116;
Kaln. All Alike, 3, 112; nrl. All Americana,
14. 110; Kane. Fit*. I*e, 0, 109;
Bohortaon. Fit*. La*. 6, 109.
For Augtm 3rd Secretary ll&ndlan announce*
r? hnndlcap <"*'nt?'*t far n 110
c/mh prlae. A rn.m will h* f-nfored from
**r)i t-nm ami iho "scratch" man will
be th?? hI|rho-t average player entered.
Average* will l>e taken from tho Owe
half *ea?on'? work. Kntrl?? muat be
rr.??l?' not later than July 23rd.
Thl* will undoubtedly Rive wm? of the
low icBirm a chanco to win a prist* and
ax no chart* tvlll be made for the j>rl*"
bowling. the offer In considered a very
llbetftl on?*.
All pafoot will be honored on that
evening.
BILIOUSNESS
bosses many a body and hardens
many a mind. You can't enjoy
the food yon like because yon are
bilious. Yon take all sorts of precautions,
and yet the bilious attack
leaps on you like a tiger from ambush.
You kpow the feeling! The blood
seeming on fire with a dull heat; the
boring pains in the eyes; the head
seeming to open ana snui; uie Horrible
nausea. Yoa know the Irritability
which precedes and the languor
that follows the attack. It's miserable,
isn't it? Why not cure the
trouble ? There's a pill thatwill cure
biliousness. Dr. J. C. AVER'S PILLS
are an acknowledged specific for this
derangement
A. Swanjjw, Tewkaaa, Tnl, writes 1
"For fifteen jean I bin ued Avert PiiU,
and find tlem itrj offeetire In bfllona ceoplainta.
1 hare jret to ate tko caaa where
thaj ban failed to cure."
It torn arm BOtoau T(M9
DO NOT FAIL TO f f If
AVER'S
PILLS
AFTER HIS WIFE.
J . McWllllama, of This City. Goes'to
Little Waehlugtan If* Scarch of Mis
Wife, WUo IUu off with G. II. Miller, a
Wheeling Man, Also Married*
J. H. McWllHarae, of Whecling.W.Va.,
came to Washington on a Balt*mora,&
Ohio frciarht last nlsrht about 12. o'clock,
In search t>f his wife, who ran off with-a
-man by the name of G. H. Miller, of
Wheel!off, says the Washington, P!a,.
I Observer. Mrs. MoWUHams came to
Wajfhlngton Tuesday morning1 and Miller
Joined her here Tuesday afternoon.
Both were seen here the same day by a
Wheeling constable and Henry Otto, the
I South M'aln street butcher.
The McWilllams woman had 1n her
I possession about 125, whioh her husband
had given (her the day prevloua Miller
left a wife and three small children In
Wheeling, after having sold his horse
and wagon and all hts household goodB.
The whereabouts of the runaway couple
are unknown, but it is supposed that
they went to Pittsburgh Tuesday evening
or Wednesday morning.
Mr. MoWUHams was seen' by an Observer
reporter early thJs morning and
told the story of the runaway. Early in
the week McWMlamSf and his wife
?fnrt?ut f*?r mrirmnnft. W. Vs.. Where
they intended locating-. They toad packed
up their household poods and had
sent them on from Wheeling by freight.
I McWilliams went on the freight with
the goods and left bis wife in Wheeling
i to follow on the next passenger train,
I purchasing a ticket for ber to Fairmont
I and giving her a pocketbook with 125 in
i it, all the money be bad. He expected
! his wife on the afternoon train at Fairmont,
but she did not come and failed to
show up the next day. He becamo
alarmed and made inquiries from the
trainmen concerning her. The corrduc|
tor of the train said that she had htm
put her trunk off at Cameron, W. Va,
and she also got off at that point, Where
she purchased a ticket for Wheeling.
I Mc Williams bad bis goods stored at
Fairmont and being without money
I made bis way by freight to Wheeling.
, There he learned that bis wife had been
seen at the Baltimore & Ohio station
with Q. W. Miller, and had purchased a
ticket for Washington. Miller had early
Wednesday morning sold his boree and
wagon as well a* bis household- goods,
1 telling his wife he was going to move
I awy and for her to get the good* ready.
Taking all the money, he left on ttoeaf|
ternoon train for Washington, where be
i Joined Mi*. Aicwiuiama.
| McWilllams said that Mrs. Miller was
, nearly prostrated when she heard of her
! husband'? action. fie left her and his
three children homeless and penniless.
. She was obliged to seek aid and shelter
I from friends.
McWilllams said ho notified the
Wheeling police and wanted them, to telephone
to Pittsburgh to Intercept the
run-away couple. The police officials
refused unless h<? would pay the tolls,
and as he was without money, was unaWe
to get a.?slstance.
Friday evening he took a freight for
"?! welV' he
1Vopens in 1,1 ?*
time." Some- \J\.
times it doesn't open and \Sfcshe
is doomed. TbHi
seems foolhardy but no il
more to than the sick rftJ*
man who ?ays, "0, I \mW
r!" ti'U *** gJL
^^JiUasi is no guessing MS^
matter. If it isn't stopped
it keeps on getting/*
worse. Many a man begius
with drspepsla or ^
T',liver complaint." ana (T
?ddv?tafity?nntil'before he knows It bis
lnngs ?re attacked and be finds himself in
consumption. The parachute doesn't ooen.
The only real safety for a man whose
strength it failing from any cause wnaiever
la to renew the sousces of vitality at
their fountain-bead. The best agency for
thia purpose is the wonderful "Golden
Medieal Discovery" originated by Dr. K.
V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of
Buffalo, N. Y. This "Discovery " goes directly
to the aid of the enfeebled digestive
force* and enables them to make healthy
nourishing blood, thereby building up
solid muscular strength and active nerve
force and energy.
The absolutely marvelous things it does for
sick people is shown by the experience of Mr.
Frank A. Atari*, of PayettevWe. PSyettc Co.,
Te*?s, who writes: " It afford* me pleasure to
testify to th* remarkable curative power of Dr.
Merce's Oolden Medical Discover?. I was
$rvrrtly afflicted w<th trouble in my lungs?
Spitting tip blood, and wai ?o weak I was unable
to continue my work. I tried several remedy
whirli gave me no relief, and I had commenced
to think thrr* wo* no hope for me. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Mclirnl Discovery was remtamctidrd to
me. so I tried it and befnn to improve at oner,
?i ?- nht* in resume work. I consider
It a wonderful mmliriar."
Dr pifrcf'd Common S(BM Medical Adviser
Mnt for i\ one-cent ntnmp* to coyer
unllltlff only. Clolli blndlDf Jl
Aitiiiw I>r K V. Vlrrre, Butfllo, N. % .
Harconrt Place *
Seminary, Gambier, 0,
A nrhool of IIik hltllMt tor *lrl?.
l'or ciiuIok"* ?"'! ln,orm*!1l!''.r,'V
MllB. ADA I. AtKIl IIIU-H.
iril ww&l 1'rlliclpal. i
Washington la the hop* getting wme
clew to the runaway parties. His wife
he described as being; about five feet
four -inches tail, with dark hair. MUl?r
is tall and has-ligfot hair and a small
sandy mustache. McWllllams was formerly
employed In the car shop* at
Wheeling and was going to Fairmont to
work as a brakeman on the Baltimore *
Ohh? road. His father Is a well-to-do
plumber and farmer at Fairmont. W.
Va. He has been married for nearly
three years and he and bis wife hare always
lived happily together. He can
assign no reason for bis wife*? actions.
He was given lodging last night in the
Baltimore & Ohio baggage room sad
will endeavor to And some clew of bis
n-l fn'm mltaPMtvillta M.lflt'.
MoWllllams and Miller evidently
haven't tXffi] In Wheeling long, tor
neither'* name appear# In the city dlrectory.
Tbrj* Moat b? Hinmped.
WASHINGTON, D. C., July 17.-The
comrtilnaloncr of Internal revenue has
held that recclpta used as checka to
draw money from banka are subject to
the stamp tax. It la Bald that aeveral
banks In order to avoid the stamp tax
are accepting receipts for cash which
according to the letter of the law are
exempt The commission, however, has
decided that under those circumstances
receipts to all Intents and purposes are
checks and therefore must be stamped.
DID una nanmnwnni
PARIS, July 17.?The arrival of the
steamer La Touralne from New York at
Havre to-day with the survivors of the
wrecked steamer La Bourgogne,was the
occasion of a sad scene and a sensational
demonstration on the part of a
great crowd which had assembled. The
tears and sobs of the relatives of those
who were drowned when they found
that the last hope wan gone, were
heartrending, contrasting markedly
with the transports of Joy of the
friends of the saved. The survivors of
the disaster were extremely reticent and
their stories failed to develop any new
details. '
A Mortuary Qneillon.
SHANGHAI, July 17.-The Chinese
having refused to accept an offer of
' money by the French and the promise
of a new site to-replace the Ning Pe
Joss house, tho Frencn ooject oemg ine
removal of the nuisance and the improvement
of the road, eight/ sailors
were landed from the French cruiser
Eclaireur on Saturday and commenced
pulling down the wall of the unused
cemetery. Later some stone throwing
was Indulged In by the population. The
s&llort and the French police maintained
order. It is reported that one native
rowdy was bayonetted to-day.
A Hero of Two Wnru Dttil.
MT. STERLING, Ky., July 17.-General
John 8. Williams, ex-United States
senator and hero of tho Mexican and
civil wars, died at 7 a. m., to-day, at hln
home near this city. lie will be burled
at Winchester, Ky., to-morrow afternoon.
Another Chi Due Insnrrcetlon.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 17.-Advices
racnlvnd hare reivirt that on Julv 1 nn
Insurrection occurred In Kansul, the
most northwest province of China, arising
from dissatisfaction with the new
taxes.
MARTM'B FEIST. v
Hap* and Mliliapi In the Thriving City
AcroM flie Mlver.
Matt and John Gray. A1 Oosney and
William Johns returned Saturday from
a two weeks bicycle trip through the
I northern part of the state.
Misses Agnes Bell and Lizzie Shaner
and Albert Shaner, will return to-day
from a three days Vtait with friends at
Bearsvllle.
The girt* employed at the Beaumont
glass work* gave a dance at Steele's
grove Saturday mgnt, wmcn wa? largely
attended
Ernest Hartmnn and John Gundllng
were each fined $3 and costs Saturday by
Mayor Shlpman. for disorderly conduct.
The "Llllte* of the Valley" and "Chalfant"
mission bands will picnic on the
Dell ass place, above town, Wednesday.
Mrs. W. D. Cochran, of Grandvlew,
tms as her guewts, Mlsse# Ella Inglebright
and Lenore Drennen. of this city.
The Etude mandolin and guitar club
went up to Camp Rest yesterday, where
they wore hospitably entertained.'
Rev. A. E. Brownlee and wife will arrive
here this evening to visit the family
of James Kerr, on Fourth street.
Roy Simpson, of Dayton, 1? the guest
of his grandmnther, Mrs. Katherlne
Ralston, on Fourth street.
Misse Llzsle Otto and Bertha Com returned
yesterday from a visit, with
Steuben vllle friends.
Flaher Bros., opened their saloon on
Main street Saturday, after bolnc cloned
for three weeka.
Albert Burp returned yesterday from
a at* weeka vlaU with relative* at
Marlon, lnd.
Mr*. George Heaphoy, who has been
very 111 for some time, la slowly Improving.
About a iloien from this city t(*)k In
tie excursion to Parkeraburg yeoterdoy.
Tht> tinning department of the AetnaStandard
will resume thla morning.
Allan Coltber leaves to-day for limestone,
W. Va., to vlalt relatives.
V**. Wllllnrrv Tnv luff CMtArd&V tOT
Pittsburgh to vielt friend*.
Myron Cole spent Sunday With bis
family at Barnesvllle.
THE RIVER.
Sunday's rtiowers wore received with
favor nt the wharfboat, but it Is not expected
there will be over n foot rise.
There were no boata runnlK yeaterday
and none are scheduled for to-day. The
Mrutle Yoat broke down Saturday nlfht
after hrr trip up, and ahe left yesterday
for Clnrlnirton.
The Leroy la laid up at Chirlnfrton.and
with ft few Inches more of water in the
rtver, ?he may be brought up to run in
the Clarlnffton trad*. ulnce her *ub*tltute,
the Maxlo Yost. broke dawn. Probably
th?? Leroy will make a Mart up today,
and If the river falls again an effort
will be made to get a lighter craft to
take her place.
Tho mark* at the wharfboat at 6 p. m.
yesterday showed 2 feet 6 Inches and
rlalng "lowly. Weather, warm ond
threatening.
Th<? Pittsburgh Coal Exchange will
hold a meeting to-day to consider the
action of Secretary of War Alger In permitting
the Pennsylvania Company to
All in the rtver at Bellalrc. The fact
canont be coneentrd that the rlvermen
are vory angry ut the action of Mr. Alg'-r.
ttlwar Trlrorimii
OIL CITY?River 6 Inches and falling.
Cloudy and warm.
WARRES?Rlvsr .2 of a foot. Weather
fnlr nnd warm.
0IIBEN8B0K0?River 6 feet 8 Inches
nnd rlnlnff. Threatening; rainfall .3.1
Inch.
MOROANTOWN?River 6 fe*t 9 Inches
nnd stationary. Raining.
RROWN8VILLBJ?River 6 feet G
Inches ami stationary.
MTTHHITR^JII?River 1.1 foot nnd
rising nt the dam. Weather cloudy.
8TEU8ENV1LLK?River 1 foot 10
Inches nnd stationary. Raining nnd
warm.
PARKERSnURO?Ohio river 2 fect
and stationary. Cloudy; mercury at 87.
NO OTHER
LIKE IT
Testimony From Thousands
of Well-Known People.
ENDORSED BY PHYSICIANS.
Every Bottle Guaranteed.
. ^ Mamuiixad, August 16,1807.
_ ZVer St*-Booth's M Hyooifr* i* the be?t rtmedjr
I Jure ever tried for coldt In the hesd, catarrh and
vronctUM HB?CUO(l? 1 ')!* urenwcnuni it to my
frkndi, who having trird li concur la my rttlnuto
IT CUBES BT INHALATION
-8^-ttjfta Mcc
R. T. BOOTH COMPANY.
hOO* 20-21 AsOlorissi CMcopo. CI.
BKILAISL
All Sari of I?omI Kiwi mill Goulp From
lli? (iliu Cltf*
This Is the busiest July Bdtalr* has
experienced In a long time. Every Industry
1n the dty is in operation now,
though the hot weather Is trying upon
the men about the furnaces. Indeed
some of them can not stand It at all, but
the demands of trade aref?uch as to call
for the operation of the various plant*.
The blast furnaces at the steel works
have run right along: and there Is quite
a supply of Iron on hnnds,and that plant
expects a solid run until the holidays.
Lltfhtnlmc struck the (lag pole at the
Cleveland & Pittsburgh station yesterday
afternoon, and riddled 4t, but did
no other damago. For nearly an hour a
severe wind and rain storm prevailed
and the flag Hying over the Knights of
Pythias tosJJ was torn into shreds by the
wind.
Rev. R. S. Coffey has signified his intention
of remaining with the First
Presbyterian church here att least an<?ther
year, and bis wife will Join him
here In a month or so. He grows In
favor with the people here a? a minister
and citizen the longer he stays.
The city was almost deserted yesterday.
In addition to the usual number
who go to the neighboring porks and
camp grounds, bicycle parties started
early In the morning and went to the
woods before It got too hot
im.. n.ii.t.. MM ?Vift TT* n rtr AT" I V*
| i ne ceiiBUe ucicsaiivit vu u?<- U|MIH1...
League camp ground? grows with each
succeeding week. The men folks go out
on Saturday evening and remain until
Monday morning, and as often between
times as possible.
Charlie Jackley, formerly a Bellalre
boy, was married at Frank ton, In<L, rhe
other day, to Miss Carrie Naylor. They
are now making a tour of eastern cities
and will be here In about ten days.
Mlsa Bessie Morgan, a daughter of
Captain V. T. Morgan, formerly of this
city, was married last week at their
home In Anderson, Ind., to Mr. Hiram
Short, a window glass cutter.
Squire J. W, Morrell is getting a list
of enlistments for the army hospital
corps. The pay Is better than for field
service, and a mustering officer is to be
here this week.
I Captain B. T. Jones, a former superintendent
of the schools, was In town
' Saturday and called upon some of his
; frlenda here.
I The tax books will be sent to the coun|
ty treasurer after to-morrow. The collection
haa been ono of the betft in recent
years. ?
Andrew Schick, one of the successful
Indiana window ffla?w manufacturers,
Is In the city seeing old friends.
Mr. A. P. Tallmnn, cashier of the First
National Bank, and his wife, are away
for a brief summer vacation.
BICYCLES.
OUR
Leading Wheels
Rambler,
Sterling,
Victor,
Ideal.
ALL OTHERS
* j* j* * Will be closed I
out at less than cost. This
means a few good bargains
in wheels.
JASON C. STAMP, ,
1523 Market Street.
STATIONARY, BOOKS, WTO. ?
..Patriotic Stationery.. ;
We hnve the hanrtMomeflt em ]
bowed FLAG PAPKR mnclo !n
New York. Tht? i* m&de by '
none of tho leading Rfatlonern,
. ... . nvntJAVlTO nml Iff
only on mil* ?i * fow places In
tho United Ktntm
8e?. our Kla* Envelope!, and
Anglo-Faxon Decoration.
STANTON'S
BOOK STORE
J^AHR BALL GOODS,
Hammock*, Croquet Wnr Map* and
Novelties. Plttslmrah Dispatch. Commercial
Oaaetln. rout. Time*. Cincinnati Enquirer,
Commercial Tribune. New York
and other leading dallies. Maffatlncs, 8ta?
tlonery, Gospel llymnj. jf n,Y
1414 Market Street.
DENTISTRY.
P P WO RTH EN.
DENTIST.
Ptabody Building* Room No. 301.
1126 Market Street.... Wheeling. W. Va ]
takr kikvatow. )vn (
1LLIAM IIAKB A HON
Practical Plumbers Go* and Steam fitters 1
No. 81 TwrHth SlrcL
Work done promptly at rcnuonablc prlcei.
BXCPBglONB?OBC
Every Week f
Now Brings its
Arc you going to take i
rangements and bought i
tilings appear as trifles,
PROPER COLLAR BUTTON
untold troubles. We have tl
gents' collars, together with
accessories. Investigate.
BELTS AND BUCKLES?We
rictj-, from the neat leather b
the "miniature" belt or novo
prices from 25c to $3.00 each.
BELTINGS?Of braid anil tinsc
line just in, together with m;
MARK DOWN OF LADIES' /
excellent line of these most s
silk and satin has been talkc
puffs are 50c, and fifty-cent i
excitement and sale. So if
Plain color satin bows and st
and 8c each. Lawn strings 1
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF KAE
cent grade 25c a pair.
- f?T'?n/rr
Mii.N'S AISIJ UU13 auiiiiur-i
out collar, of the finest mus
light weight?48c and 98c.
MEN'S NEGLIGEE DRESS ?
brands for quality and fit?251
4-ply, ioc each. Men's Cuff:
SILK PETTI COATS?Light an
in taffeta silk, with deep staru
lines and styles at $6.50 and
BLACK SATINE PETTICO.
weight?89c, 98c, $1.39.
SILK SUN UMBRELLAS-T
bordered edge, Princcss of V\
QeOo E. Si
f\NB GENTmm
SZA WORD
All solid advertisements under
tho following headings:. : : :
WANTED. PERSONALS,
LOST AND FOUND,
FOR RENT, FOR BALE,
? will bo inserted at tho rato of
ONEllCENTEEAIiWORD!
FOR RENT.
I7*0R RENT-SEVERAL GOOD ROOMS
j in ths City Bank JJulldlng. Inquire at
tiie City Hank of Wheeling. _mr*J_
TTlDR RENT-OFFICE AND LODGING
J1 rooms at 1006 Market streot. Water and
both kiiucs In each room. Rent very reasonable.
Apply to 1W4 Market street.
' dfjo-ni&tu
F>r rent?residence near
J*urk of 8 rooms and batii, furnished
or unfurnished; also born. Possession at
once. 'Phone 1911. CHA8. C. WOODS.
JyH'
FOR SAL'S.
"iriOR SALE?SALOON, NO. lltt WATER
Jj btrout. ?
^*Olt 8ALK?ONE AND ONE-HALF
lj lot in Greenwood cemetery; to? lo???
tjou: corn.r let: 1
w.' B. SIMPSON,
KOTATlT PUDtJC.
FOH BALE?8tocH?. Bonil? mid Invtst"stunf*
to I/inn on City Property.
M'2Z&*-*.?- tio? <*??
f^OR SALE.
A country store, dolnpr a pood huMnp**,
at Valley "Grove, W. Vn. Block about
I1C00.U0. Satisfactory rcaaon for selling.
Forms ouy to the rlRtit party. Call on or
address,
McKlNLKY CREIOHTON.
Jyl2 Valley Grove, W. Va.
BOILERS FOR SALE. J
! Thr? (3) 60 liorsc Power Tubular 8
Boilers. X
Tilt BLOCII BROS. TOBACCO CO. G
300000000S000003000QOOOCOO
^OR SALE
A FEW CHOICE L0T3 AT EDGIHuTOS.
CIIRAl' AN? ON F.ASY TKttlU
W. V. HOCE,
Oily ltnnU ltuihUn?. Iim3 Mafkwt ?t.
"for sale.
Central GIrph Work* Stock.
FoDtoriu (lln** Co. Stmk.
Crvntnl Oln** Co. Stork.
Wr*t VlrKlola l3Ini??? Co. Stock.
Wiirwlok China Co. Stock.
Art na-HtnmluM 1'rrfrrnxl Stock.
Aptna-8iau>lnnl Common Stock.
ltnnk of WhoHlntf Stork.
Kxrhatmr !?n?k Htock.
Wliimllnu .V Itrlnjont Hrl'l^o Co. Stock.
Whrrlinir Co. Stork
Itrlrirn Co. UoiuK
Wheeling Pottery Honda.
FOIl nBNT.
Fine realdence, completely furnished,
with all modern convenW?n?egt on Chapline
street, between Twelfth and W.ur[ nih
Htreet*. I'oe-esalon can be hud at
1 Money to i*oan on City Heal K*tnte.
HOWARD HAZLETT,
rrocKf. honiu aitn tsyr.vthmts
lixoliattK* Hit ilk nullding.
11mb inteli-TOKNCKR printing
. i?atabllahm?at?Neat. accural*, prompt.
I. B- BTITHL * OO. |!
' . /-i
irsions^^
yne? Have you made all a>
ill the little necessaries? Some
but to miss such things as a
1 AND A TIE-HOLDER mean*
lese buttons suited for ladies' and
a most complete line of tourists'
can almost say no end to the vac-It
with harness or fancy buckle to
Hies in many fancy designs, at all
:1, attractive stripes. Another new
iny fancy ribbon beltings.
lND GENTS' PUFP TIES-Our
tylisii tics in solid color and fancy
'd of for months, but when dollar
icarfs arc 25c, it's bound to createinterested
don't delay getting' in.
ring tics 10c each. Lawn bows Jc
5c a uu?cii.
10 SUMMER CORSETS?Fifty1
NIGHT GOWNS?Made withlin,
which makes them cxcccdine
f
iHIRTS?White and colors, best
48c, 75c and 98c. Men's Collars,
- 124c a nair
i dressy. Full assortment of colors
lout ruffle, $4.98 each. With other
$7-5-?
\TS?Manhattan, standout light
1ght rolilnjj, all colors, plain and
:ales and Fancy Handles, $2.98 up.
tlfel & Co.
male help wanted.
Traveling men desiringXsalAULB
?ldo lino of u'oll 'stublltOit'd atai>lo
jfoodH (nut requiring the carrying of
sample*)?communion 7) nnd 30?addreM
MANUPACTURKK, P. O. Uox 1SS, Coving
ton, Ky. Jrl6*
I ; :
WANTED. ^
TITANTED-AGENTS. EITKER SEX:
l\ 3 to 5 dollars u duy. "So books.
Knclosc 2a stamp. A. Av Room 10, 1086
Arcli wtrwt, Philadelphia.
\\T ANTED?POSITION. A8 SALESlV
LADY by a young lady with good
reference*. Address "M. M., care Intelllgt'ncer
oHlre. Je3i) ,
WANTED?DEPITTIE8 TO ORGANIZE
Council!* for th? "Mutual Brotherhood."
n fraternal order?ni?w features
and inont popular In the world. Apply At
one. Addr???g MUTUAL BROTHERHOOD.
Atlanta, Co. Jyll-mw&f .
TO LOAN.
ONKY TO T6XN-4S.000.00, S10.000.00L
$15,0?.00. I20.000.c0. CEO. J. MATlIIbOX,
Real Kktutu Ak?nt. I'aS Market St.
at>S
ASSIGNEES' NOTICES.
xTonca
a*
Notice In hereby given that Jo*?ph tV.
Brumollo ha# made an assignment to mo
Tor the benefit of his creditors. All tho*e
Indebted will pleuse cull and settle without
delay.
All credit ore are hereby notified and roauented
to flln with roc ax noon a* praceable
their claims, properly probated. I
JOHN \V. ADAMS, Aiwlgnec.
jyl3-wA-s Ui7 i-'haplinc Street.,,
GENERAL NOTICES.
Notice of Co-Partnership.
Mr. W. R. Gundllnj; has this day boon
admitted uh a partner in tho grain and
feed business conducted at No. 37 Thirtythird
street. Tho lirm will hereafter bo
known as Wolvlngton & Gundllnir.
WM. WOLV1NGTON.
Wheeling, Wx V?- July 1S88. Jyl5?
"VTOTICE OP Rnci'JfVERS OF TIIE
iM WHKCMNd DRUG CO.
Notice Is hereby Riven thut br a decree
of the circuit court cf Ohio county, entered
on July 15. li#S. In tho chancery cause of
R. T. bovrlei And others v*. tho Wheeling
Druit Co. und others*, tho undewlgned weru
appointed receivers of the Wheeling Drug
Co., and all persons who have claims
rjMlnst said > omiinny are requested to tils
tho sam? with the undersigned receivers,
duly veriiled, and all jtorsorw who owo the
saM company are requested to make settlement
at ai< enrly a day ?? possible.
Given under our hands this tho lutb day
of July, A. D. 1K8.
FRANK GRIT8W,
lr 't' vikvuipc
Jyl6 Receivers oMVhocl Ing Drug' Co.
BOAIID OF EQUALIZATION AND
APPKALS.
ASSLS8M1SNT NOTICE.
Clark's Office.
City of Wheeling, W. Va.
Public notlcc Is horvhy plwn to nil |>er?on?
Interest"! that the a*si<?>*orf< electod
by thi* council of the oily of \Vh<*?IliiK
havo completed their nwMpmcnt for tha j
y- nr And made return thereof to my office.
Any jirn?on wtahlng to appeal from hhIJ
nMennment or d<>?lrlnjr ???>' eorrectlQW
made, will appear at the city hulldlntr bofort*
the board of *?pinllntlon ?nd appeal!
on tho following days at : o'clock a. m.?
an thr. ??lrl Iwvtril will Rieet at thot time
at the said olty hulldlfiK to hour all ol>
Joctlont lo saK! nxscament* uiid ri>vi?w and
corroot tb'' i?nnir*:
Flrnt wnttl?Monday, July 25.
H?sond ward?Tn. -dfij*. July V-.
Third wan'- Wednnwluy, July 27.
Fourth m ?nl?Thurmliiy. July 2\
Fifth wurd-Friday, July ? .
Plxth wnrd-Mondny, AiiffUHt 1.
Sovrnth wii'rd?Tucrdny. AukubI 2.
Fltfhth wnnl?WodM ?tluy. Auvu*t 3.
C. 11. WATKIN8.
Jvir. City Cleric.
OMJKKS Fofc TffH MOST COMI'LlOATKP
AM) 1NTKICATK LhUlONS
OF PIUNTIKO .Mf. rullv and l?t"lHB?ntlf
completed at the INTKLLlOliNOiU JOB
I'lUNTINU OFFJCfi.

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