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1 SPORT, f
TO-NIGHT'S BATTLE.
ffuk* u4 Itilxar will Stllll DUpntns
t Ik* M?tropollU? T?Hlghl-Kall7
HdOordMlvTrfOnwiiulMilia I'rcllmlury.
On account of the poitponement a
neck ago, to-night hu been set for the
meeting of Qeorcs ("Kid") Wanko, of
Washington, Pa., and^Buck" Stelxer,
o! Columtooa, Ohio. They meet.at the
Metropolitan's Fulton clubhouse, for
twenty rounus or more ai jaq puumis.
Preceding their bout, Jerrir Gordon, of
Washington, and "BUI?" Kelly, of PhU1
adelphla, mlddlewelghts, spar six
rounds for a decision. ... i!
The club ofllciols guarantee ,au hot
battle between Wanko and SttUjtfi jand
all who know both tnen will expcct'to
see a red-hoc argument: from start to
finish. The'German lad, was nuy^rput
I out of the business in thl's lociujcy. and
lie lias always showed up strong and
hardy. Wanko has never appeared In a
finish contest, but his work in preliminaries
here and his showing against _
Jimmy O'Leary in twenty rounds. at ~
Pnrkersburg, last summer. stamps hirif ' n
a." a good one. His afllHneness to go "
on in a bout at a moment'.-? notice, eon- e
pled with his modest bearing, has made y
Wanko a favorite in Wheeling, and if n
he wins to-night there will be general Ji
rejoicing. - t
At one time Wanko and "Buck" were e
sparring partners, but ^l.ey fell out as n
?J~ ?? AVAiltnp'll I a.
ooxers win uu, ou w.<? ?~0 con
test there will be old 'scores up for g
settlement. It is conceded on all sides a
that every round will be a corker, and r<
"Buck's" defeat means iris practical re- v
tlrement from the ring?around here at &
least, for he'll have to show up in flne <j
form to even get anothefcrftMch worthy a
of patronage. h
Not the least attractive feature of ?
the Metropolitan's card will be the pre- j(
llminary Manager Sherpy- has arrangt-d.
It is a six-round preliminary Ije- e!
tween Jerry Gordon, of Washington, ti
Wanko'a trainer, and "Billy" Kelly, of w
Philadelphia. Their bout will be for a
decision, and as it begins at B:3Q o'clock,
lovers of boxing are requested to be on
hand in time.
Arrangements have been made with M
the Wheeling & Elm Grove Railway pi
Company to run motors every fifteen n
minutes nfter 8 o'clock. The electric
motors will be found a great Improve- j1'
ment over the old steam motors. The 11
main event begins i\t 9:30 o'clock. Mi- L'
ohael Hearne will act as referee, and a
/?ovu^ T?vnn the. fnmoilS au- I 8'
.Mlllll \ i Vv0v. , ,
thorlty on things pugilistic, will be J
master of cerepiofries. X Wu-jre crowd, 11
Ir-'ludinpr Bellaire and Ltttfc Washing- c
ton spurtfi, is looked for. w
BOWLING. jj
d.
WHEELING LBAGUB. u
Team. W. L. Pet.
/II Mike in 2 >.-53 "
liowlrrs 7 C .778 j *
IV'ritiiti* 7 2 .778 o,
Wheelings 9 3 .750
riolden Rod* 1 3 .667
Hi tu Duron 5 4 .S56
O'd Cronies 3 fi .333
Al'er Kit 1 S .111 r.
La Ml* 0 n .nor) ?
FroR Horns 0 0 .000 d
As In the Mcsee league, a surprise was G
sprung ;n the Wheeling league last w
night, Wheeling: belnt? defeated two out ,
of three by the All Alike crowd, who ^
now take first place, while tho crack
Wheelings slide down to fourth position. '
Score: ?
wueBT.rMn 1st. 2nd. 3d. Total '
Hrown"""'!*~! 170 ICO 147 477 "
Marttchncr 149 124 1?7 3*0 lj
Wfitxel M7 io( ... m t
?'amph*ll 140 1W 1M 433 f;
randlan 1C2 128 14-1 4TJ u
Stevenson 194 1S8 169 f.lH
Knoke us 119
Total 932 ~S~7 SIS wS
Al/L ALIKE. Int. 2ml. 3rd. Total n
r:ahr 120 im i5? ?7 n
W. Bra?h 1IK K6 1?4 378 k
I-'. Brash 154 113 170 406 ,,
<*ochran 170 141 150 -|?3 11
W Inserter ISO 170 148 40-? v.
llulzcr 138 130 123 393 ?
Total SS0 V5I ?84 2CK5 i<
Scorer*. Belts and Kolun. Umpire, Mc- ,,
An<lr-\VM.
't'~_r.irrlt??r.nldon T?fWl? Iind l-'rOIT Hom.1. S
n
MUSEE LEAGUE. ti
Team, Won. J?ost Per h
Ja. k Tars *. 1 .833, t
]!nv.!ers 6 3 .CC7 ,,
I .a Rellr .4 2 .m7 }
'i'ako.vnurtlmr -I - .667
f N. K. !?. & A. A 2 3 .500 e
Crescents 2 4 .333
??rr Attain 2 7 .222
- . Shanlcy Co. No. 21 1 5 .167
> n
( Off Again took some of the conceit out a
I at.the Bowlers lost nlgfit and gave them
thu| tired feelinct by defeating them two
{ out of ti roe. The work of Rader was
the feature. Emblem had on off ninht
nnd won't Wd the league averaspa this
week. Score: }
J10WLRR8. 1st. M. 3d. Total ?
Under It: 1J>7 176 :?i*? Jj
llervcy 153 154 ill *;.l ?
Mack 123 ]:? l'W 3?2 c
Alexander 1.12 TW 121 423
Emblem HO 1? U 403 ?
Blind .. HM 163 HO va7 i
Total# K4 in 7W? 23) J
OFF AGAIN. 'Int. "ftl." 3d; Total S
J?ray?'t in n. u?. .>.
Xlinrarr l.*7 ITS lfi7 AT, S
Kctd 140 113 1?W -in I
How i*o ijh va m
JunkUM 1.19 1? 177 411 r
Oullker Ml IX 165 441 J
Totals S57 8H 915 2^3 ['
Tmplre?Renter. . a
Heorers?'NVUholm nnd Friend. S
Tuesday evening? N. H. L. A. A. vs.
Takpyourtlme.
AMUSEMENTS. ,
The announcement that Daniel Frohmon
will present hi* excellent company 5
here at the Opera House next Monday, ^
November 7th, In a srreat scenic produc- 8
tlon of the great New York Lyceum
Theatre success, "The Prisoner of Zen- 1
da." will he received with enthusiasm c
by all who saw It here last season. Thla
play has attracted more attention and *
drawn larger audiences than any other .j
which has held the hoards during the
last len years, and It In In compliance
with repeated requests for It from nut of
town managers that It ha* been decided
to present It for the coming year. The
secret of Its success lies In the fact th.it.
while It la modern and up to dtvte, the
action Ik full of romance and plcturesquenes*.
We find ft modern nineteenth
"ntury Kngllwh gentleman Imbued with
all the spirit and dash of a hero of the
mlildle akcn, and we are held spellbound
by the thrill of intrigue awl plot and
counterplot, which would have done
credit to the pen of Dumas when -he depicts
the stirring events transpiring In
the reign of ft Medici or a Valols.
"KL CAPITAN."
"Kl Captltan" Ik announced for I.- '
first visit to Wheeling next Wodih ttd.?y .
Fasv Food *
fisy to Buy,
isy to Cook,
asy to Eat,
?sy to Digest,
uaker Oats
Atallgroccrs
lb. pkgs. only
(Just a Cough!
? Tib it it* ?torjr: S
3 At ftrat, > (light roogk. e
F At lwt, i htmonlufi. t|
1 At bit, tur to sort. ' I
At lut, titrHwIj difficult
Acer's
Cherry Pectoral
k qaickiy coaqaarg joor hsckijgconjh. A
M Then ia ao doubt iboit ths can now.
I For orer half a century Ayer*? 1
I Chen; Psetoral ku been caring 1
L colds tad cot^hi and pretesting con-. J
9 laayjon. Two line: $1.00; DOc. P
c Km, om el Dr. Aytrs Ckerrr Pactml a
3 Ptistai eter ycer letp M ym ceexk. (T
P W>?o Ihw Doctor. 3
^ II jw my complaint ?b?lrtw. m
M writ* thn doctor tnr\j ibnnt It. You %
\ jj^XAffiSS j
Ight,*Wthe Opork Hbuse. The ?core ol
El Capttan" being by Soma, Is, of
tmrse, a score of inarches In the main,
et there are eolos and duetts which are
utably praiseworthy for melodic htullg.
Vigor is the key note of El Capl>n,
however, and the finales of the eevral
acts are spirited and stirring in a
tarhed degree. The company this seaMi
Is a large one liberally supplied with
ood voices, pretty face?, line llgures
nd handsome costumes. The leading
sle to entrusted to Wtlttam C. Mandellle,
a young comedian of muoh promre.
Kate Michotaia, a soprano with a
ellghtful nice, sings the role of Isabel,
nd the balance of the parts are In the
ands of Madeline Lack, Neva Rosa,
rma Miller, Edward P. Wilks, Frederic
Knights, John Dunmore, Harry Car.
?r, J. Coulter ttynea, ana a large ana
ffident chorus. All tlfe original cosimes
and scenery are also displayed
1th this production.
'DARKEST RUSSIA."
"Darkest Russia" was produced for
\e first time In Wheeling* at popular
rices, at the Grand Opera House last
Iglit. The story of the play, dealing
s It does with many phases of life In
le realm of the czar, was well enacted
y the company, which in strength la
bove the average. There Is not a
ingle weak point in the cast. The othr
requirements of an artistic producion,
special, scenery and appropriate
ostumes, are all met in' a satisfactory
ay. "Darkest Russia" is in- every
ispect a first class and very lnterestig
performance, and deserves crowded
ou.??'s at the Grand during the remalner
of the engagement. The Illustrated
>ngs and war views between acta were
rarmly applauded. The entire oomany
received a curtain: call at the end
( the third act.
"REM'EM'BEJR THE M'AINS."
"Remember the Maine," a naval war
lay by Lincoln J. Carter, will be prouccd
on< a very elaborate scale at the
rand Opera house the last half of this
eek. The scenery- and mechanical efacts
used In the production) of this
eautif ul play are said to be the acme of
tage realism, and the management call
ttentlon to the fact that the picture of
he scenes as well as of the advertising
latter displayed by this company Is not
l the least exaggerated, but are made
rom photographs taken by flashlight
rom the actual representations given
pon the stage.
"UNDER SEALED ORDERS."
Last night at the Opera House, the
evv drama, "Under Sealed Orders," was
iven its initial -performance In Wheelng.
It is by James W. Hark ins, jr.,
Jio is nlso business manager of the
ompany. The piece Is scheduled for a
>ng run at Chicago. It has a theme
nllkt* anything before tried on the
tage?the scientific theory that life relalns
in the human- head after decapiition,
and In the fifth act when the viitin
gets his dues, he receives them
hrough the evidence thus obtained. The
lay is expensively and elaborately
lounted. The company included sevral
good people.
GORDON-K ELLRY heavy weight
rellminary to Wanko-Stelzer to-night,
. \i a f* TTnltnn club house.
Till: KIVL'R
Y ESTISllDAY'B DEPARTtJRES.
arJu'rMmrir.BEN HtUR, 9 p. m.
UtTsvli: j.. .Ht'TH, 3:30 p. m.
larlnRton....I^KI(OY, 3:30 p. m.
tfubenvlllc..T. M. HAYNE, 2:10 p. m.
ialllpolia URANIA, 11 a. m.
BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Inclnnatl....KEYSTONE STATE, 8 a .ra
JttuburKh...QUEEN CITY, 3 a. in.
oikersbuix.ll. K. BEDFORD, 11 a. m.
Intamora.v..LEXINGTON, 11 a. m.
ifUrrsvlllo...RUTH. 3:30 p. m.
!larinBton....Ll'iUOY, 3:30 p. m.
t??ubenvllle..T. At. BAYNE, 2:20 p. m.
'ittsbiirKh...AVALON, ? a. m.
BOA'I*8 LEAVING TO-MORROW,
Charleston...KANAWHA, G:30 a. m.
?ittfburxh...BBN HUR. 2 p. ra.
;allipoII?? 11 HANI A, It a. ra.
:iarlngton....LEROY, 3:30 p. m.
ihtnpkvil le...RUTH. 3:30 d. rn.
teubenvllle..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. m.
Alone dm l>?n<llni?
Business was Kood at the public landmk
yesterday.
The Pacific passed up with empties
ceterflay morning.
The Keystone State Is this mornlnr'f
jacket tor Cincinnati and western and
oulhern ports.
The marks at 6 p. m. showed 7 feet 1
nchen and slowly falling. Weather,
lnudy and cool, with rain.
Thff Queen City arrived early thlf
nomine from Cincinnati..and departed
..on niter for Pittsburgh. She has a
.iir trin.
Tho Pittsburgh towboat Samuel
"arke ra.'Hod up from I?ulsvUle at
toon yehtorday with one of the largest,
f not tho largest, tow ever taJten uj
tream by a single towboat, says Monlay's
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune,
Vhem she left Flemming'fl landing she
lad In tow 30 coal barges and 4 fuel*,
naklng a total of 31 pieces, and ahe was
-hovlng them up the river at a good
rait. She had tho tow hitched up In
even lengths, and It was over 900 feet
ong.
Klrrr Trlrgiuni?.
BROWNHVlMiE ? River G f??et 2
nchea and falling.
WARRMN ? Hlver 2 feet; cloudy and
ool.
MOROANTOWN ? River 7 feet S
nohes and stationary; cloudy and cool.
Oil,cm - RIyer feet f Inches add
tationary; cloudy and cool.
GREKNSBO HO?River 7 feet r, Inchex
ind stationary. Weather cloudy and
col.
PITTHRITIlflH?nivnr thr*?*? nnd one
inlf and fulling nt th* dam. Clear
i n?l cool.
('.TIJIJUIONVriiLIO ? rtivi'r 7 fefit .1
nchcx and falling; cloudy and cool;
>aw?ed downr-JJcn llur and Keyaton*'
Hale.
rAHKKIUSnriirj?Ohio river S fret (1
nohcfi find falling. Weather Ihreatonrig
awl cool. 1'axsed uj>?(Jucen City,
iariiKdall and LoulavJUe. Down?'Val
-
ley Belle. Little Kaneivha falling; Ideals
on Urn*.
POINT PLrKASANT ? River 9.1 feel
and failing; cloudy.
CINCINNATI - River 18 feet and
foiling; partly cloudy.
OAJKO -r Klici JC.C Uci acd rlilzz;
fair and warmer.
M-EMPHiS ? Rlv?r 8.9 fe?st and rising;
clear and cold.
LOUI&VJLL0 - River falling with S
feet 7 inches in canals 6 feet 6 inches on
falls; 19 feet below lot-to; cloudy and
cool.
EVANSVIIiLE ? River 17.1 feet and
rieiug; clear and cool.
THE RAILROADS.
' TO" INCREASE WAC, E8.
The wage demands presented by the
trainmen of the different Pittsburgh
roads has finally drifted into the hand*
of the general grievance committees,
ana mey win comer wim tw 6suc>w
officers. It is now generally understood
that the increase of wages 1? to be
granted by the Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania
lines, Baltimore & Olilo.Plttsburs
& Lake Erie, Pittsburgh & Western, and
other roads. Some of the men are not
to be given the full amount they demanded,
but there is to be a general increase
in the wages for ail trainmen,
NET EARNINGS INCREASE.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 30. ? Th*
statement of the Pennsylvania railroad
for September, comimred with the samp
? month last year, shows a decrease in
' gross earnings of 169,000, decrease In
expenses of $142,300. increase in net
earnings of 172,800. Lines west of Pittsburgh:
Increase in gross earning* $188,100,
Increase in expenses $173,800, increa.se
in-net earnings $14,300. For nine
months ending September 30 there is a
; decrease in net earnings of $3,200 on the
lines east of Pittsburgh and a decrease
in net earnings of $335,800 on the Iinei
west of Pittsburgh.
ItetlrrmmU in ll?? K*vj.
NEW YORK, Oct 31.?A dispatch
from Washington eaj-s:
Rear Admiral Miller will be placed on
the retired list on November 22 and the
vacancv thus created in the grade of
rear admiral will be filled by the promotion
of Commodore H. L. Bowlson,
commandant of the Boston navy yard.
Rear Admiral Bunco's retirement on
December 25 will make rear Admiral
Dewey the senior officer of the navy,
and if Congress revive the grade ol
1 admiral, as desired by Secretary I^ong,
his appointment to that rank will follow
without any further Jumping.
BELLA I Hi*
AllSoitaif ftoctil Ncirtan I (Jotatp From
tiir Glau CICr*
One week from to-day will determine
who the people desire a* public officers.
Though an off year In politics most of
tlie voters understand that there are
thoffe who always go to the polls and
that.often they are controlled more by
personal desire or enmity than the public
good, so that while the vote may not
all be out there will not be a great falling
off in this part of the Ohio valley.
Nobody wants present conditions
changed or disturbed and will vote mi
ticket that means the slightest disturbance.
In the adsence of Issues the question
Is more as to whether President MeKlnley's
administration shall be supported
or not, and few there are who
doubt 'the result.
me case or d. J3. nmim UKUIH^I HIS
city of Bellaire, for $300 damages by reason
of his recent fall, was dismissed because
service was made upon Isaac T.
Freeze and John Thurn instead of the
I. city. The case is in Squire Morrell'S
court. It will be brought again.
There Is a great demand for houses
> here and none to rent.There must be
twenty-live-or more men working here
now who cannot secure houses for their
; families. There "is still a growing demand
fop more men and there must be
more houses.
Captuin Danford will fill two or three
appointments In RarrJfon county this
week, and will tnea revisit his aged
father, who contlniies tn a critical condition,
hut apepars In no Immediate danger.
The ministers of the city on Sunday
evening delivered sermons on the "wide
open" Sundays allowed In this cixy.
There Is evidently a storm of moral Indignation
brewing.
t"-? ?11? AAmmtttoa inn)
1 lit; vjljr i?C|iuuiik?iii' XUUI1I11..VW
last night and having made a complete
and excellent poll of the city they are In
splendid .shape to get out the vote.
Squire Mason was notified yesterday
that a pension of $12 per month had been
allowed the minor children of John S.
Keyser, deceased.
Alex Gallagher, yard master for the
Baltimore & Ohio at Pittsburgh, was in
the city yesterday, seeing old friends.
The Odd Fellows will open their fair
in their hall this evening, and it will
continue all week.
Mayor Freeze disposed of six plain
drunks yesterday, all at the usual $1 and
costs.
people bum
ttjZHf t/jff V the candle of life at
T^Er/'i B both SomP
HtWJ s L H men who never go
/ < * F w JS 'nt0 V'C'0MS dissipaJ
? A ii" /M tiou use up their eur
H ' w erK?M j?9t m much
v/ by overwork or late
hours; and nearly all
women are compelled by circumstances
to use up their vital powers beyond all reason
: It may be in housework ; or social
demands; or the bearing and rearing of
children : At any rate the caudle of life ia
too rapidly consumed.
Some people need to have their natural
vigor constantly reinforced in the same
proportion that it is used up. They need
the fortifying help of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It is a powerful alterative
and invigorant of the digestive functions
and liver; it cleanses the blood, and
makes fresh blood and healthy flesh. Nervous.
debilitated women should take it in
i conjunction with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
ncription which is specially aesiencu ior
female weakness and nervous trouble*.
I Mr*. flattie Kauflmnn. of Virgil City. Cedar Co.,
Mo., writes: " I had suffered from dlaplacetnent
of internal organ? *01! female weaknen* for one
rear. I!a?l a bearing down neuMtion am) very
diaagreenble feeling after my accond child waa
born; I could be on ray feet only a few mlnutta
until he was ?i* weeks old, then I commenced
1 taking Dr. Pieree'a Golden Medical Diacovcrv
! and 'Farorite Prescription.* I took wen hot.
1 tie* iu all. After taking the firm bottle I felt
much better. I think I am cot i rely en red of all
mytnmhiea. 1 can doall my wot k ami am on my
feet all day. I am In much better health now
than 1 have been in four veara; am fleshy and
gaining strength very fast.'*
? By writing to Dr. Pierce who la chief
conaiiltinir phyaician of the InraHda' Hotel
and Surgical Institute, of BufTalo, N. Y..
careful professional ad rice will be obtained
free of coat and apecially adapted to the
individual ease. Mr. Pieree'a irrrnt IOOO
Mge Medical Adviser will be scat free
lor 21 ccnta; the cost of postage.
WANKO-STBLZBIt flnlnh bout at
I Ar. A. C.'n Fulton arena to-night.
RNEJRGY oil gone? JlondaclH??
Rtomach out of order? Simply r cjuh>
of torpid liver. Uurdork Mood HlUorn
[ will make a new man or woman of you.
J
OASTOniA.
1 BtmU? The Kind Yoa Haro ?l?ap Bfluu'it
55T
Annual Salt* over6,000 000 BoNt
nsS5S?5
foe bilious ahd iehv0d8 mbohdbm
sucli as Wind mi Pain la the Btom?ch,
Oi Jain's*,. Fulnewi (Iter weals, HmJI
nebe. Dtalnom. Drowsiness. FlutbUutl
of Hoat. Loot of Appotlto. Costiveneas.
Blotches on tho Skin. Cold Cbllls. Disturbed
Sleep. IVIclitful Draun* and all
Nervous anil Trembling Sensations.
nn; vast dose to sits mm
IS twekty MIHUTES. Ewryauflarer
will acknowledge then to be
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
EECnan a riiM,ta*cn aaturaco
1 ed, will iiuloU j restore Fomalei to compiety
health. They promptly romoro
obstrnctlone or IrreijnlorUlea of the intern
anil cure Sick Headache. Fork
Weak Stomach
Impaired Digestion
Disordered Liver
IN MKN( WOMEN OR CHILDREN
Boecham'9 Pills are
Without a Rival
And baft the
LARGEST SALE
, of any Patent HedleJne Id Uie World*
28c. at all Drug Btoraa.
M A&TIK'S f BK&Y.
ilaps and Mlaliapi In the TUrtvJng CUj
Aeron iht Ulvrr.
A petition was being circulate!
among the ^itlxens here yesterday a!
ternoon, asking that council reset th
curb on Fourth street near the Presby
terlan church, to Its proper positloi
which, l? done, will make the sldewal
nt ?h:.* nnin* Revepnl feet wider than 1
now Is. The petition will probably b
handed to council at Its meeting to
night.
Dr. C. D. Moore, of Harrison counti
Democratic candidate for Congress II
this district, will be in the city Thuri
day afternoon and evening and a re
ceptlon in his honor will be given In th
parlors of the Bellevue hotel.
About twenty of the friends of E. J
Miller were entertained at the home o
Mr. and Mrs. "W. L. Noble, on Fourtl
street, last night. At the usual hourai
elegant supper was discussed.
The funeral of Stephen Denny too!
place from St. Mary's church yester
day morning at 9 o'clock and wa
largely attended. Interment at Ml
Calvary.
Everett Drennen was host to abou
twenty-flve of his friends last evenlna
The affair was In the form of a phan
torn p3rty and was very enjoyable.
The remains of Daniel R. Crumley, ac
companicd by his wife and two chll
dren, arrived here last night and wU
be Interred at Rlvervlew to-day.
An open meeting of the Ladles' Erec
tlon Society of the Presbyterian churcl
will be held at the home of Mrs. J. E
Blackford tls evening.
The Woman's Club will meet wltl
Mrs. Kenworthy Hoge at her home oi
Fourth street, to-morrow afternoon.
Misses Amelia Reitz and Minnie Cop
ham have returned from a short visl
with friends at Canal Dover.
Allen Galther, clerk at Dougherty'
news stand. Is confined to his bed oj
? * A0 uUlrnAfa
UCCUUlll V?? oivn><veu<
HUNDREDS of lives saved evefy yea
by having: Dr. Thomas' Eotectric Oil ii
fhe house just when It 1? needed. Ctore
croup, heaUs burns cuts, wounds o
1 every sort. 2
BSHW30Q,
Breezy Ncwa I tenia Gathered In th? Bni]
llitraliall ConHlv Towu.
No political meetings of either part
havo been scheduled for Benwood thl
week. During the campaign the Reputo
llcans have held two, and the Demc
i crats emerged enough from, their stii
hunt to hold one. The "Democrat
haven't any hopes of any success in thl
county.
The electric light company displays
commendable energy Saturday night ii
repairing the break to the arc line
caused by the O'Donnell Are. By mm
. tall hustling the company had the light
on again In half an hour.
The postofflc? was moved last night t
the McCabe building. The office ha
been located In the Emergency hosplta
building about a year.
The boys had their annual pranks las
night, and they kept property owners <y
the alert, but no serious damage was re
ported.
Police court was quiet for a Monday'
assortment, and a solitary drunk wa
the whole thing yesterday.
T.llv r!ap.io-))iv is vlatHnir In Don
nlson,O.
"Ilonr fo Cwr? All *kln Dlaratea."
6imply apply "SWAYNE'S OINT
MENT." No internal medicine roqulr
ed. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all erup
tlons on the face, hands, nose, etc., leav
Ing the ekln clear, white and healthy
Its great healing and curative power
are possessed by no other remedy. Asl
your druggist for SWAYNE'S OINT
MENT. Avoid substitutes. tthsAw
sion==
U . -?-?> I ror ncuuiug raiues
HAlb j
Also have the belt style Silk Hats
for Opera And Parties. Suitable
for stylish >o:inj mon's wear.
....E. S. DINGER CO...,
38 Twelfth Sireet.
RECEIVER'S S4LE"
01 the Wheeling Drug Company, a
No. 1409 Main St. Wheeling, W. Va
The receiver* will sell nt private rah
and on reasonable torm?. the entire Mod*
bill* receivable, good will and loaso on th
building of the WhMllng Drug Compan]
The houne has n largo trad** and the bus
ne?s is In first-class condition In every r<
aped. u Ih a rare opportunity for atiyon
dcnlrlng to engage In tho wholepaln uru
buxlncHH. Until Balo la made the receiver
will continue to conduct the huftlncen n
heretofore, and are r%*ady to supply th
tmrfAwlth rv??rvfhlnir In the lino of whole
palo druRB.
n. T. DEVRtEB,
i FRANK GRUSE,
pfM Recelvorg.
MACHINERY.
KDMAIs A CO.,
(J EN IMIAL MACHINISTS
AND MANUFACTURERS OF MARINM
AND STATIONARY ENOINE8.
Iul7 Whtmng. W. Va.
CANARIEB.
jr\ A NAIUK8-W0 HA UT7 M 011 NT A11
V Hollorn, Mfilon 12.00, Females GOo, a
III9NUY IIHLMHRIGHT'S, corner Mm
ki t Mai Sixth Httvflln. wort
MEDIC A
IADIKHI CWchoilof'i Engliih Pcnnyroyil Pitti
L
F0HS-OBO. M. t
The Way We're r| in
Making the.? I U l\
Fly from our Winter Goods i
that PRICES and STYLES a
while VARIETY and QUAI
, vantages to the purchaser.
It's not necessary to do n
and printer's ink, for to be
wares, as there's a vast differ
name*
' mis is a season ior aioies
And Small For Collarettes,
i, To wear with the nobby Clotl:
t an exceptional assortment ol
? mouth, in Coney, Seal and ]
: A SEALETTE COLLAIETTE, < A
6 twelve inches deep, round storm
r. collar, for $6.98 J
' HASTEN COLLARETTE, /
11 Cape, ia inches deep, wide col- "
it lar, finished on either end with
I animal heal and 4 tails...$7.48
" ELECTRIC SEAL CAPE,
C, f?nn? /loon ci*.ilicll.
, llUbbU IIIMIVK UVV|>, ... ,
five-point storm collar, cape
satin-lined, an exceptional
- showy garment $8.98
SHOULDER CAPES OF (
i KRIMMER AND SEAL,
beautiful gray with glossy
!i black; the cape is satin-lined,
" 42 inches deep, with 6-inch
storm collar, at...SII.9S-SI2.98
' COLLARETTE OF
; MOUFFLON AND KRIMMER,
very showy and rich, a regular
r $25 garment for. $19.98
1
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ONE CENTSBB j
mmmmra word ^
9 Of
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All solid advcrtlieraenta under il
? the following headings: : : : ? fo
n ? WANTED. PERSONALS, ?? nc
?, LOST AND FOUND, '
c FOR RENT. FOR SALE. =
9 will be Inserted at the rate of ?
0 nNPsCFNTsAsWORDl 1
. 3
WANTED. J
n "X\TANTED?A RELIABLE COOK IN ?'
. \Y private family; Rood wages. Inquire i!
at lltt Chapltno street. _??5L. "I
. "TIT"ANTED?BY A COLORED OIRU [J
>V situation an cook or home Bin. Ap- "
* ply at No. 11H Eoft utreet. ocll*
PROFITABLE HOME WORK-WE ?
want a few men and women In every I
town to make novelties for us at their
iinmci1 rnn wnrV dav or evettlnjr, and . r?
make 96 to fl5 weekly, according lo the tl
time devoted to the work; experience un- i,
necessary; no canvassing; steady employ- JV.
- mentto earnest workers the year round; ?
full particulars and work mailed to your
. home on application. BRAZILIAN MFG.
CO.. New rock City. oc31*
s ?????????????7??
Ic TO LOAN.
Money to i.oan on heal es- 2
TATE. Six per cent Interest and one 31
per cent premium, total seven per cent.
Apply to THE BUCKEYE SAVINGS ft
- LOAN CO., 32d St., Bellalre, Ohio. oc7 ?
* real estate.
For Sale and For Rent. J
FOR SALE?A cheap home, two-story 2
brick dwelling, 4 rooms and kitchen, on E
Eust McColloch street. Lot 20 by 120. .A
Only $1,700* Terms easy. M
A very line building lot on north side 10
of Fourteenth street. 3
Two desirable building lots on Wood |
I street. Eighth ward?on very easy terms. ~
A two-story frame dwelling, 5 rooms,
with stable on lot. Lot 25 by 100. South j,
Chapllne street, Eighth ward. Only >1,650; if
essv terms.
FOR RENT?An elegant modern real- ,
denre, 10 rooms and hath, hot and cold
water, both gases, west side of Chapllne,
between Twenty-second and Twenty-third 31
. streets. Possession given October l.
A county residence with grounds. Inquire
at once.
- C. A. SCH4EFER & CO.,
Telephone 517.
FOB^BUT, jj;
No. 12 Indiana street ?15 00 J1
. No. 206 North York street 10 00
!* No. 30 Sixteenth street, bottling eel"
lar 12 00 ,
" No. 32 Sixteenth street, office room... 10 oo
' No. 31 Sixteenth street, first floor.... 17 00 ?,
? No. 1605 Wetsel street fi 00
, i\0. iiliu itlUlll KllTVli r>cvM..u V- ill
3 rooms Second street, Martin'* For- ^
,u ry. Ohio, natural nan fixtures for ~~
* heat and light .. 7 CO -f
FOR SALE. 1
Desirable Market street property.
= JAMES A. HENRY.
" Ronl Estate Afjent, Collector, Notary
Public nnd Pension Attorney, No. 1612
Main street. QC17 ,
^.imFOR SALE.J*J?J?
' 2'*'22 Market street. 5*room brick house, ^
cheap. . . '
31 N. Rroadwny, fine brick house, cheap. i
S22-H24 Mnrket street, double houso, at a t
- l>ur?uin. cj,
32 Erie street, 4-room frame.
41 Now Jersey street, &-rgom frame.
742 Main strert at a bargain.
!*? '2 lmllnnn at rest, rh?a,>.
t Millinery stock atul lease on Main street. \j
Building lots on the Island and at Park j
View, Pleasant Valley, MoXJechen. Flf- ni
- teenth street, Sixteenth street. Fourteenth on
Mtr??et.
Theo. W. Fink & Co., s
' iclcphone 687. 1320 Marliot St.
rani.* oo.. '"""" ''
Department is proof sufficient.
re such that all can be pleased,
t1*V +Via rrr+oHmt ?d? -'^3
luch writing or wasting space. : r*a
convinced you must see tiie |j
enee in Furs under the same |j
i Jackets of every style. We've 4j|
i Stoles, auimal head, spring M
Marten,.,. 69c, 75c to $1.00 ?acfc
re Yon Aiticipaiiag f]
k Sea( Skin I
Garment |
for Christmas or Sooner? If so, 'jjji
consult uj, and do so early. The 3
nearer holidays we get the fl
greater the rush. We only han- |
die guaranteed Seals, so that ju
the best will be yours if bought 31
from us. |
)ther Furs,
as Monkey, Krimmer, Stone
Marten, Persian Lamb, Sealette,
Electric Seal, Coney, Mink, ;'M
Moufflon, etc., made tip in Col- yj
larettcs, Victorienes, etc., of in- Ja
dividual or combinations, as M
Krimmer and Seal, Krimmer jjjl
and Moufflon, Astrachan and
Seal, etc.
ifel ^ Co;
' .;S
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS.
JTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
rhe annual meeting of the stockholders ij
the La, Allema Building, Loan and Savga
Association will bo held on Wednes- <2
iy evening, November 2. 1898, at 7 o'clock >
m., at Knoko's Hall, 3521 Jacob street, h
t the election of officers and othor busl- ^
#?. B. SCHUL, President. .<21
CHAS. E. DANNENBERG, Secretary.
oc25-noi a
FOR RENT.
7\0R RENT-SEVERAL GOOD ROOMS
In the City Bank Building. Inquire at 3
i* City Bank of Wheeling. mrtO .'^S
7!OR RENT-PINE OFFICE ROOMS.
} best location In city. Possession at
ice. -SICOLL'S ART STORE, 1231 Mar- A
it street. oc2D.
TOR RE?^fT?OFFICE AND MDQINO jgM
' rooms at 1606 Market street Water and
)th aases In each room. Rent very *ea- -.rl
nab'e. Apply to 1504 Market street
- de2P-mfttq -gH
IVDR RENT?131 VIRGINIA 8T? 5
J rooms. 1200 Baltimore St, 4 rooms. ;*%
1 South Pcnn St. 3 rooms. 116 South .*?H|
im St., Lrooms. 23 South Huron 8t.. 4
oms. 11 Thlrty-flfth St., 6-roomed house ?
id stable. 1003 Main St., store room. in
BO. J. MATHI8QN. 1308 Market St ocS9
FOB E/BIsTT.
The laife Store Room
No. 1065 Main Street
iseeaslon April lit, posviblr ioon?r. Also
ore Koomi at Touito kiiiI Main streets. j
JAMES L IIAWLEY,
eal Ifrtat*. ?d Floor, No. 1065 Mala St 1
FOR SALE.
710R SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSI}
NES8 at a bargain. Address J. M.. -I
ire Intelllgoncer olflce. aoll
JV>R 8ALB-ABOUT 15 SECOND HAND fM
! heating and cooking stoves cheap. 1
unt be sold. Call at Barrett's store, No. ' >'/!
Twenty-first street oc28 . ,.J9|
JIOR BALE-ONE AND ONE-HALF
? lot In Greenwood cemetery: fine looa- 4
an; corner let: adjoining best Improveents
In cemetery. Address CEMETERX Via
PT. care Intelligencer office. aplt /?!
4LL KINDS OF BONDS FOR SALE.
irety for Costa, Assigned,
Clerks, Receivers,
Cashiers. Contractor*.
issuid n?M this o?na.
FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO.
IKtu WHL . ? ? . wrwrai <gem. -*
xoocxx>ooooooooooooooooo
BOILERS FOR SALE.
Three (3) 60 horse Power Tabular
Boilers.
THE BIOCH BROS. TOBACCO CO.
3000000000000000000000900 .J
fOR SALE
FEV CHOICE LOTS AT ED&IRbTOl |
CBKAP AM) OS EAST TKBUi
W. V. HOGE,
Pity llntik llulldlnc 15uO Marks! St ' i
POH BALE.
\otna-Stan?laril Mill Bonds.
IVhltakor Iron Co. Bontls.
Rom!* Guaranteed by Ohio Jliver r. r. 5
K farm of 120 acres, b miles cast of tho
'[>*
UwelllnR No. 8 Vermont street, fi room*.
,11. bath, collar and laundry, at a bar- SIn.
niiHlncrs property Nos. 2110, 2112 and 2114
nin street, sold as 11 whole or soparat*. . ;
Dwelling No. 923 Main street, 9 rooms,
I modern Improvements and conventcos.
Dwelling No. 1122 Chapltne street, 12
01ns. 2 bath rooms, wash house. Lot ,7^
LIS) fret.
SIMPSON & TATUM*
'Phone Ml.

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