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| boxing, ft cycling. | BASE BALI,. The Wheeling management yesterday received a letter from President N. ] ;, Young:, of the National League, In answer to an Inquiry for the names of Ihe Wheeling (Sprlngileld) players who were duly and regularly reserved. In reply Mr. Young names the players, end among them are Woodjock and Mazena, This effectually disposes of any alleged claim that Whistler would tUn Ur. li? l.n,l f,.~ nave ??uu aiuuhv; jiu uuu ?.ui (he services of the two players. PreslHowell at once wrote Whistler, nsklng him to keep his hands oft the Wheeling players. Manager Buckenberger, of the Rochester club of the Eastern league, writes the Wheeling club, recommending young Shlrns, a first baseman. He Is not needed, the team already having two flrst-basemen, Klhm and Meyers. one of whom will be allowed to go. Farrell writes the club, stating his willingness to sign n contract. He had evidently not hoard of hla change of base to New Castle. Jack Glasscock has accepted the terms offered by the Fort Wayne club, ami is awaiting a contract. He will manage and play first for the Hooslers. In Just four weeks the Wheeling players will be reporting here to Manager Lytic for practice. HOWLING." Team. Won. Lost. Per V,'heeling r.7* 9 .80* .Vll Alike Kt 13 .80.1 Howlers 60 13 .7W Puritans tl 22 .6.11 Golden Rods 34 32 .513 Old Cronies 28 33 .m Aber Nil 20 43 .31tJ Hum Dums 11 4!) ,'222 La Helios 12 fit .ISO Prop Horns 11 65 .101 Last night's score: PROG HORNS. 1st. 2d. 3rd. Tot. IIOII Il'J J I- 41) Kain 1W 12S 89 343 \\\ VaJmko 30> 117 .?H) 343 Craver 110 US 108 342 Brandt 95 89 122 3M5 Casta low 133 123 131 2S7 Total GTS 743 712 2133 f, 01.DEN KODS. 1st. 2(1. 3rd. Tot. K'.'uple W 150 129 378 It.'arly 1GO ISO 150 490 Clark 107 1C5 141 477 Kins l."rl 14S m 441 Saner 110 141 13S 419 I3elswlng'er 140 103 125 431 I Total SGG M7 820 2G39 Scorers?Bnumann and Bernhardt. Umpire?Bernhardt. To-night?La telle and Old Cronies. UOXING. Wonbj' Ruhlin. NEW YORK, March 7.?Gus Ruhlin, of Akron, Ohio, met and defeated Joe Goddard, of Australia, In the Ufth round of what was to have been a twenty round bout before the Lenox Athletic Club. to-night. Both men stripped in fxcellent condition, but Ruhlin had the call in the betting. This was certainly Juslified by his appearance and from the outset he held his opponent cheaply. He evidently saw that Joe could not offset his rushes, and from the very beginning forced the fighting. The Australian went down frequently with good cause, but toward the close of the contest he dropped without cause and -was deservedly disqualified. Ruhlin was a two to one favorite In the betting. Fitxshmnons-Joft'ricn Figli*. New YORK, March 7.?Dan Holland, Tvho has been commissioned to accept bids for the Fitzslmmons-Jeffrles fight, said to-day that William A. Brady, manager of Jeffries, had accepted th?. I highest bid so far received, that of $30.- ' 000, offered by a syndicate of San Fran, cisco. Neither Fitzslminons nor Julian ] has been heard from yet. Holland has | telegraphed the champion and his manat ager at Chicago, notifying them of i i Brady's acceptance. CYCLING. PITTSBURGH, March 7.?President Keenan, of the L. A. W. to-day an- j nounced the maki-up and asignment of j the new racing board as follows: Fred Gerlach, Chicago, chairman; Ar- I thur "W. Robinson, Boston; C. A. DlJnon, Philadelphia; J. W. BrJgman, Loulsvllllc; "W. I. Doty, Denver. Gerlach will have charge of Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota. Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. Robinson la a member of the old board. He will look after the racing Interests of Maine, New Hampshire, Ver-'; mont, Massachusetts, Iihode Island and Connecticut. Dhnon will be In charge of Pcnnsyl" The Jewels of Hope," 4^^ * tacle in* this world wjfc poor woman weighwretchedness and^j I inspiring picturc than that of the same Ionian when the spirit of renewed life comes to her again and holds up before her the jewels of hope, and the re^al wl ICjUVCUHlUU UUUIUI uuu nappy complete womanhood ? "I had been u sufferer for more than one year with were depressing pains in my womb," '?y* Mtv Annie L. Mathews, a lady living at Mo Broadway, N'cwport, R. I.. lu a thankful let* to i>r. R. v. Pierce. of Buffalo, N. Y. "I wenicd to have no life or energy, I was always la such misery. "At times I suffered so much I thought that death would he letter for me. I had tried doetors and diffcreut kinds of medicines but nil lied to do me any rood. I commenced to take yr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription nnd also his Pellets,' nnd had only taken one bottle when ' felt much better, when I had tnken four I Jflt entirely well. I continued to tnke it and to?*y 'am in every way a well woman, and I have '"arid that life is worth lltlng, To all women who suffer with any womb trouble I would recommend this medicine. I thank thel^rd that men a doctor as Dr. Tierce wan born." Delicate, pain - weary women need not hesitate to write to Dr. Picrcc. All communications are ncceptrd fn absolute confidence; never published without express P^rmifisioti; nnd alw.iyH answered with earnest consideration to give the bent po?elble advice of which a life-lone professional experience is capable. Such advice 8 absolutely frcc? SPENT A FORTUNE; COULD NOT HEAR. What Hyomei Did For Him. Th* K. T. Booth Co. Orntlemtn?( have ?j>ent a fortune on dltifitnt treatment* (or catarrh, and could not hear across tho table. After usIuk the "liyomel" Inhaler and Special Halm for eight day* only, t can hear as well at ever. Your# truly. A. W. CLARKE, Pluiner St., Everett- >lu). As you act, liquid treatments for catarrh cause deafness. "Hyomei," nature's dryair germicide cures it. "Hyomei" is Inhaled in the air wo breathe. No dangerous sprays, douches or atomizers are used. It is guaranteed. Sold lijrill droteln. or ?nt br ra?ll. Prlc*. nultU cnmplelc, $1.00. txtn bolUe., GOc. Hyoracl Ualixi, 25c, R. T. BOOTH COMPANY, Roomi 20-31 Audtorium Duildlag, Chicago, III. Where is there a purer whiskey a Jg than Large Whiskey? Nowhere. vanla, 'New Jersey, Delaware, Dlntrlet I wash out all the dirt and grit with ker- ! osonc oil. After the latter has fully i evaporated place the chain in a bath of heavy lubricating oil and let it remain I there over night. Before putting1 it on . I the wheel rub off as much of the oil I as possible, for the oil is needed in the bearings only, not on the surface. I Before using your wheel spin the rear ; I wheel around for a few moments, so that the oil will only remain in the bearings of the chain; then wipe the | chain dry and afterward put on a thor| ough coating of graphite. This will give you a very smooth running chain; , the oil lubrlcatee the bearings and the 1 graphite makes the chain run smooth I and easy over the sprockets. Always see that both front and rear I j wheels stand true in the frame. If ! wheels need truing have it done by an experienced person. Be sure that your handle bar and I I saddle post are clamped perfectly rigid | in the frame. A loose bar has caused i many a bad accident. Keep your tires well Inflated, for you , do not get the full advantage of a ptjeumati^ tire until you compress the air; I then you get "life." With the tire blown up moderately tight you will ride further with less fatigue than you 1 would with a soft tire; the former bounds over the road, the latter drags. The rear tire should be blown up a little harder than the front one, as It carries the heavier portion of the load. Be sure that every nut is set up tight; make it a rule to examine every nut before each ride. It takes but a moment, but may stive an accident. Nickel plating will rust if permitted to remain damp, therefore each nickled part should be cleaned and dried after each ride in the rain or over muddy roads. A good rule would be to have a bottle of kerosene near where you keep your wheel, so that Jf you have not time to clean the wheel when you return, if it 1h wet, saturate a cloth and cover all the nickeled parts with kerosene, which will keep them from rusting until you have time to clear, them thoroughly. Most saddles as they nre made today nre comfortable, hut you must find out the position at which they will be comfortable to you: hence, by a little experiment of tilting them up or down, back or forward, or raising or lowering you will And that your saddle is probably right. When starting out for a ride see that 1 the necessary tools, pump and repair kit are in the tool bag. Oil will destroy the life of rubber. | Do not let any come in contact with 1 your tires. Keep your bicycle In a dry place. The time that you.devote to the above suggestions will give you the satisfaction, at least, of knowing that your bicycle is right. MONSTER MASS MEETING Of Gcrman-Amcricans to Dcclarc Against any Foreign Alliance. CHICAGO, March 7.?A monster mass meeting of German-Americana to protest against the alliance of the United States with England, or any other power, will be held in the near future, and the auditorium will probably be chosen as the hall. Delegatus from more than 100 German organizations of Chicago, Turner, literary, secret, beneficial and religious societies, with a combined niembershlp of HO,000 met In Jungs hall last night and after speeches a committee was appointed to arrange for the mass meeting. The speakers urged that Germany had been grossly misrepresented. England's Jealousy of Germany In obtaining a firm hold on the hn?rf:i nf the Amerlenn nonnlo wna ?.! vancod aa an argument for her present alleged effort:* at disparagement of the fatherland. An Interesting feature of the meeting was the presence of John Flnerty, Judges Gibbons and Dunne and other prominent Irish-Americans, Avho came as fellow workers In the cause of discouraging foreign entanglements, especially British. Judges Dunne and Gibbons and John F. FInerty were called upon to address the meeting. Their remarks wore greeted with hearty enthusiasm. Judge Gibbons declared the best interests of this country would bo subserved by it fighting its own battles and that it should ask no help from any foreign power. Humor Denied. NEW YORK, March 7.?At the offices of the Federal Steel Company it was denied that any purpose to absorb tho Chicago shipbuilding company, which has its yards on the Calumet river, as was assorted In a dispatch from Cleveland, 0. The Federal Stool officials way that tho report to that effect may come from the fact that W. L, Brown, of Iho Chicago shipbuilding company, is a stockholder in the Federal Steel Company. wi ouiuiuuiii, ju.iryiauu, .vveat Virginia, North and South Carolina. Urlnfrmnn'H territory includes Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas. Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Ilou^li Itldcrs Cycler*. wiuliuti in iiiu nuiiiurooJt UIOCK ( tho Hough Hitlers Cycle club -was reor- I ganlzed for '99. The election oC officers resulted as follows: President, Robert | W. Vance; secretary-treasurer, Charles "W. List; captain, Thomas ?T. Garden; lieutenant, "W. E. Salade; committee on , by-laws, W. J. Whltham, Milton Kline 1 and Joseph Ivllne. ( CARE OF A WHEEL. How to Keep a Machinc in the Best I Running Order. Remember, a bicycle Is an exceedingly fine piece of workmanship. You will probably weigh five or six times as much as your wheel does; hence handle It accordingly. Always keep your bicycle well cleaned. A well-groomed horse moves freer than one neglected?the snme with a bicycle. Bo sure to have the bearings, always properly adjusted, as a perfectly adjusted bearing Is necessary to secure , easy running. It would be better that i the bearings be adjusted a little loosely rather than too tight. If the}* are a little loose the wheel will run freely, | I but if they are too tight, either the , i cones or bushings will soon be worn or : broken. I See that your clinln Is adjusted right, j Better have It a little slack than too I tight. Keep your chain In perfect run- | nlng order; take it of? oceaslonallv and 1 AMBASSADOR CHOATE Spends tlio EvcniiiR Willi Queen Victoria at Windsor. LONDON, March 7.?The United States ambassador, Joseph H. Choate, returned from Windsor at noon to-day, after having been formally presented to Queen Victoria and having passed the night at the Castle. While the ambassador declines to give details of the ceremony or discuss his visit to the queen, he told a representative of the .Associated Press that he was gratified nt the cordiality and graclousness of his reception. He said It was not true he carried a special autograph letter from President 'McKlnley to her majesty. He carried only the usual letter of credence. The master of the household, Colonel Lord Edward William Pelham-Cllnton, received Mr. Choate at the castle, and conducted him to the apartments prepared for his use. Shortly afterwards word was sent that ?the ciueen was ready to receive him and Mr. Choate proceeded to the audience chamber, where he found the queen, Princess Beatrice, and the Marquis of Salisbury, who presented him to her majesty. The audience lasted a few minutes and then Mrs. Choate was sent for and the Duchess of Buccleugh, the mistress of the robes, presented her to the queen, leaving Mrs. Choate with the Queen and Princess Beatrice. Later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Choate. Henry White and the Marquis of Salisbury, the Marchioness of Salisbury, the Karl of Hopetoun, Lord Chamberlain, and the Duchess of Buccleugh, were guests of her majesty at dinner. By special invitation of the queen this mornlnn, Mr. and Mrs. Choate visited tho royal mausoleum at Frogmore and this afternoon they called upon tho jjukc ana uucncss or York. , IS IT A TRIFLE? Tlmt Common Trouble, Acid Dyspepsia or Sour Stomach. Now Recognized ns a Cause of Serious Disease. Acid dvsnensln. rnmmnnlv rnlloil heartburn or sour stomach, Is a form of indigestion resulting' from fermentation of the food. The stomach being. too weak to digest It, the food remains un| til fermentation begins, filling the stomach with gas, and a bitter, sour, I burning taste In the mouth is often 1 present. This condition soon becomes chronic and being an' every day occurI rence Is given but little attention. Because dyspepsia Is not immediately fatal, many people do nothing for the | trouble. I "Within a recent period a remedy has been discovered prepared solely to cure dyspepsia and stomach troubles. It Is known as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and Is becoming rapidly used and prescribed as a radical cure Cor every form of dyspepsia. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have been placed before the public and are sold by all druggists for HO cents per package. It is prepared by the F. A. Stuart Co., Marshall. Mich., and while It promptly and effectually restores a vigorous digestion, at the same time Js perfectly harmless and will not Injure the most delicate stomach, "but on the contrary by giving perfect digestion strengthens the stomach, improves the appetite and makes life worth living. Send, for free book on Stomach Diseases. A Celebrated Suit. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., March 7.? Judge Bradford, In the United States circuit court to-day, filed an opinion afllrming the judgment of the circuit court of Pittsburgh, in the suit of the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York and the city of Brooklyn against John E. DuBols, of Pennsylvania, brought to recover $9,000 with Interest from March 24, 1803. DuBols, In 1888, claimed of the plaintiffs in his own right and as executor of John DuBois, deceased, damages for the infringement of certain patented rights owned by him and the decedent relating to the placing of piers in deep water. Three referees were appointed and they reported in favor of DuBols. The referees, it was stated, had held 120 meetings and were each entitled to a fee of $25 per meeting, or ?3,000 apiece and under a stipulation agreed upon it was sought to require DuBois. to pay the $9,000 with interest. The matter was heard In the Pittsburgh' circuit court without a jury, decided In favor of DuBois and the plaintiffs appealed. No Condition is Hopeless. If you are weak and debilitated your strength and vitality all gone, it Is certainly very discouraging to try remedy after remedy without getting any benefit, and yet this Is the case with a great many weak and suffering men. But that does not prove their condition hopeless. It only shows that they have failed to get the right treatment. Dr. Greene, 35 West Fourteenth Street, New York City, whose wonder- i fill cures have given him a wide fame, has made a special study of cases of i debility and lost vigor and vitality, and can cure you. You can consult Dr. ftrnnni\ hi* nf frnc Tut,* v. t - r. ti It costs you nothing for Ills advice! Write to him without delay. MARTIN'S FERRY NEWS. Tlie Dally Chronicle of Wheeling's Progressive Neighbor. Mrs. Hannah White, colored, died at her home, corner Walnut and Third ntrcet, at 1 o'clock yesterday morning, aged about fifty years. Death was I caused by pneumonia, of which disease she had be?m sufTorlnp but a short time. Funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this af| ternoon and Interment will occur at Klvervlew. Council mot In regular monthly session lant night, "with'fight members present. The usual budget of monthly bills were passed and other important business transacted. Owing to the illness of City Clerk R. F. Allcnder, M. C. Mitchell was appointed as acting clerk. Helen, the three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duff, died at their home on West Hanover street early Q jCktrri Pectoraij j Cheaper~ than~ any j ( experiment, no mat- ] | tcr what the price. S r nfir yesterday, morning, .from pneumonli Funeral will occur at 2 o'clock this a; ternoon and Interment will be made i TiltonyiJle. Between the heavy snow of yestei day morning and a derailed car at t* corner of Hanover and Fourth stree the progress of the Wheeling street cai was greatly Interfered with. Buffalo Lennox, who resides abo\ town, and who was Injured Internally t the Kelley coal works at Portland Sti tion several months ago, has recovere and is again able to be out. Rev. S. J. Bogle officiated at tli funeral of Archie Dean Humphrevlll yesterday morning and the remair were burled in Methodist buryin grounds at Mt. Pleasant. The condition of City Clerk R. F. A lender remains unchanged. He hii partially regained the use of his left Id but his left hand is entirely helpless. A number of young people were entei talned at the home of Mr. und Mrs. 1 J. C. Drennen, on the "Heights" las evening. At the council meeting last evening resolution was passed declaring that tli ofllce of city solicitor was not vacant. Frank, young son of Mrs. Roe Mitchell, of Third street, is very sic with pneumonia. "William Moore has returned to hi home at Bethany, \V. Va., after a bus! nesa trip here. Miss Bessie Barr will entertain friend at her home, on Broadway, Thursda evening. Miss Lizzie Ralney is again able to b about after a six weeks illness wit grip. John II. Pyle, of Yorkvllle, was 1 town on business yestexduy. h. p. sn'nrh id in )>/> ?"? ? '< Ohio on a business trip. BliNYVOOD NEWS* Local Happenings ol'Importanco in i JJnsy Town. The Young People's Society of SI Matthew's German Lutheran church gave a choice musical nnd literary en tertainment last night, that was a de served success. The programme rcn dered was as follows: Vocal Duct Larboard Watc Misses Kmiritt Dolbruf,'Ke and Hanna No!t< Rccltatlon Prof. C. li. Carrlga Hccltatlon Temperanc Albert Nolte. Soto Charles Zulau Recitation Oaear Scha Recitation ZVIlss Louisa DelbruKK Reading Sailor's ICxpcrlcnc Rev. P. G. W. Mctzonthln. Vocal Solo Anchorr. Miss Lizzie Keck. Yesterday morning a street ca struck one of the Wheeling Baker; wagons, opposite Ramsey's hotel,throw Ing the wagon over onto the othe track. The driver remained in th wagon nnd miraculously escaped in jury, excepting a few bruises. Th pies and bread were spilled over th snow, and -the overturned wagon de layed traffic on one track for over a hour. The delay of the first street car fror up town reaching the Riverside yester day morning, put the plate mills bac for nearly two hours In starting. Th first car is scheduled at the mill at 5:3 o'clock, but it didn't arrive until nearl 7 o'clock, and there, were 105 passen gers on it packed like bees. The industrial situation in Ben woo hasn't been bettor for years. The mill are running full in all department.' have orders ahead for months, and th influence Is felt in wage advances a the Riverside and good prospects fo the same at the Wheeling steel works Harry Smith, switch tender at th Junction, is suffering from, a fall re ceived a few days ago, necessitatis his taking a rest for a few dafs. Mi Smith was so unfortunate as to hav both legs cut off while brakeing at th yards two or three years ago. The term of court that opened n Moundsvilie yesterday attracted man; Benwood people to the county seal .Tnmes Farmer is one of the grand jur ors, George Kelly, the Wheeling rallwa; conductor, who is ill of typhoid fevei is having a tough time of it, but hi recovery is considered assured. Charlos Goodnow, who worked i< the Union house barber shop, at th Junction, left for Pittsburgh yesterda; In quest of employment. John Thomas is off duty, owing to i sprained knee received at the tub works, and he will have to use a can for some days to come. The snow early yesterday morn In; interfered with street car traffic, th cars taking a long time to run aroun< the Benwood loop. A number of the believers from thl vicinity attended a spiritualistic "cir cle" In Wheeling Monday night. . Tlio Epworth League entertalnmen last night was the usual success. BELL AIRE HAPPENINGS. Matters of Interest in the Metropolii ol'Belmont County. The Eureka Oil & Gas Company, o Dennison, 0., has been Incorporated with fr'.OOO capital stock, by W. A. Eng llsh, H. B. Croxton, II. C. Shay.Charle: Lamberez, J. W. Brown, H. A. Ilamlln L. Smith and J. D. Kite; the St. Clairs vllle, O., Oil & Gas Company, with ?10,000 capital stock, by A. C. Darrah, J. J Patterson, I. II. Gaston, K. L. MeMllllr and J. D. Hays. nn<l the Harris Oil nn< Gas Company, of Sclo, with $20,000 capital stock, by William, A. J. and Sjg-e | MeLandsborough, J. A. Beal and G. D ' Custer. These people are principally from this county. Alonzo A. Armstrong, a brother o: Hon, K. B. Armstrong, of this county was confirmed as nn Indian agent Ir Arizona, on the last day of the session of the senate. John H. Woods, the carpenter contractor, fell from a scaffolding Monday evening and w*s considerably bruised but fortunately broke no bones. All candidates for nomination on the Republic/in ticket must file their name and pay their assessment to O. P. Mason by to-morrow evening. The J look & Ladder Company will give a banquet nt their hose house on Friday evening, and have issued qult? a number of Invitations. Andrew Porterfield, an ex-treasurer of this county, was killed Monday by being* caught by a rolling log on hl.c farm. Mr. and Mrs. Frank CoJlard will leave this week for a southern health resort, In hope of recuperating Mr. C.'s health. The March weather was endured with better grace by j>eop)e In -the low lamia In the belief it checked the rising river. J. I). Smith, the attorney who has been laid up for some time. Is greatly Improved, but still confined to his home. City Solicitor Hunter S. Armstrong engaged this week searching the county records In city affairs. V JlllWUiUl l>U?JMin Mill |/m II|f (I MUIfl'oom and- c7wclIln?r and hat* lot (lie con tract to Jones & McGrnw. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas "\V. Hays, of Munde, Ind., are visiting- friends in this city. The steel works will resume work today, after two days' Idleness, making repairs. _ Volcanic Eruptions Are grand, but skin erupt Ions rob life of Joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo curps them all; nlso Old, Jlunnlng and Fever Sores, .Ulcere, Bolls, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped 11 amis, Chilblains. Host Pile cure on earth. Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents n box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Logan Drug Co., Druggists 2 JL A 4.NS Jb KJU3JU D ie , .g Are you nflllcted with that condltlc known as "hard of hearing" and rlnglr >e nolsea in the ears, have you catarrh < noso and throat, do you suffer fro stomach, kidney or liver disease. Is yoi d heart affected, have you bronchial or lur trouble, asthma, rheumatism or nervot ie trouble? Ie if you have any of the abovo dlscasi 1B write for bymptom blank for homo trea S ment. Wo will send one week's supply i medlclno free to demonstrate the curatli nature of our treatment to any one wl will pay express charges on medicine. A CURE OF BRONCHIAL ASTHMA it Chns. M. JonklnH, Xew Cnml>orlnn< ? W. V'a. "Bronchial Asthma made my Hi I miserable for live years, and although ie doctored with two doctors and took almo every kind of patent medicine I receive ,s no relief until I consulted I)r?. Byera ar i Tucker. Bcforo treating with these spi * clallsts I took cold very easily, and evei cold always brought on a spell. I wou! Is almost choke to death. I could not slet r on account of suffocative breathing. Sln< treating with Doctors Byera and Tucki I have not lost any sleep, my appetite Ih good, I can do a day's work without fee y Ing the least bit worn out, and ha; gained ten pound?. 1 was advised to coi suit these specialists by several peop, ie who hud taken their treatment." h - Drs. Byers & Tucker II 335 nnd 337 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, . . . Po. mw&wy 1 ONE CENTS! ;; UsssssssA wori - ?? All solid advertisements under - ?? the following beatfleffs: : : : ? ?- WANTED. PERSONALS, !? LOST AND FOUND. ri FOR RENT, FOR SALE, 0 will bo Inserted at tho rato of if 0 ONEilGENTsASiWORD e _ . Wanted. 1 "X\TANTED?OAS WELT,. 4.000,000 Ct: ? tt IUC feet dally capacity. Addrea - A. B.; caro Intelligencer office. mr2* ? A GENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOW] L u\. to talco orders for mado-to-ordc - clothing. No experience necessary. Spier d did chance Sample outJit free. PRAC e T1CAL TAILORING GO.. Dept. A, Statlo _ U, Chicago. Jal7 n ~\\T ANTED ? SEVERAL T RUST WO I >V THY persons to manage our bus ncss In their own and nearby couptle: n Mainly otllce work conducted at homi - Salary straight $900 a year and expensesk definite, bonaflde salary: no more, no les e salary. Reference. Enclose self-addresac lft stamped envelope. THE DOMINIO] y COM 1'ANY. JVpt. .M.. Chicago. Jal3? Co jConn. j* .1 yJA\t 1.1 i U 1AJAIN U."N KUALi life .1VJL TATE. Six per cent Interest and on per cent premium, total seven per cen 5or Silent. - T710R RENT?SEVERAL GOOD ROOM c: Jj In the City Bank Building. Inquire a *. theCltyABank'otWheellng. mr20 o "T710R RENT?FINK OFFICE ROOMS e JL? location in city. Possession a once. NICOLL'S ART STORE. 1231 Mai kot street. oc20 FOR "RENT- MODERN SIX-ROOJ liouso at H.I South Broadway. Watc closet and liath. Possession May 1. Ir - quire on premises, or at 27 Fourteont street. mr7 y Fon H-eixtt. STORE ROOMS?Ono corner room s Tonthand Market streets, $70. FIvi rooms,;i'i by Ort loot, on Tenth street ? One room, -M by 70 feet, come ^ Main and Tenth streets, On e room No. 1001 Main street, On y* room, KJ.', loot deep, No. 10(1.1 Mali street. S100. JAMES L. 1IA>VLEY. Real Estate ami Loan A?;ent, 100 - .Main Mreet. ? FOR RENT. s The Lorlng Homestead, & i Monument Place, Elm a Grove, with about seven acres of ground. 1 NORTON & COMPANY, IG Exchnngc Bank Building. 3 Store room, No. 113 Main street. Dwelling,.J1 rooms. No. 31 Fifteenth SI Dwelling, 1!'2 North Front St., 5 room* t 1237 McColloch St., 3 rooms. 1510 Market St.. store room. I.odge room, 1M9 Main St. A Hat of 5 rooms and bath. 5 No. 23 Virginia St., 7 rooms and hath. FOR SALE. ' Farm, SO acres, 10 miles east of the city Fine residence, 0 rooms. In Loatherwood Dwelling. Fifteenth street. No. sr. Fifteenth St.-A BARGAIN. No. JPG Seventeenth St.?VERY" CHEAP SIMPSON & TATUM. Room City Bank Bulldinng. 'Phone Gtt I , Sen or a I Dlotlces. ROBATE OF W1LU ^ Office of the Clerk of the County Court o Ohio County, State of West Virginia. l' In the matter of the probate of tlie las 5 will ami testament of A. \\". Campbell deceased. The object of the petition llled in this matter Is to have admitted to probate i paper writing purporting to he the wil ' of A. W. Campbell, deceased, bearing dat? the 30th day oi April, In tho year 189S. > And it appearing from an atlldavlt mad* [ l>efore me that Mary Hallowell Campbel and Cornelia Campbell, Interested parties ' are non-residents of the state of Wen: Virginia, It is ordered that they do up I near at my oillce In the city of Wheeling in the county and state aforesaid, wlthli one month after the date of the tlrst pub ! Heat Ion hereof and do what Is necessarj to protect their Interests hi said matter. The hen ring of paid petition Is set foi , the -0th day of March, A. D. 15599, at !l o'clock a. m. Published the first lime March J, ISM. RK'IIARD ROBERTSON, Clerk. . ?TAMES W. KWING, Attorney, mil-w , rpREASURV DEPARTMENT. OFFICE OF THE 1 i COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY, K i WASHINGTON, Doc. 2>, JS9S. J Whereas, by satisfactory evidence prerented to thi? undersigned. It has boor made to appear that "Tho National ExchnnKe Rank of Wheeling." In the city of W hoclltiK. In 111" county of Ohio, null tlll? tttnto <lt V'Ic.ImIi. t..... . i with all the provisions of the Statutes ol tho United States, required to be compiled wlt.'j before an assoclatlou Khali be authorized to commonco business of bankInk'. Now, therefore, T, Lawrence O. Murray, Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that "The National Kxchange Hank of Wheeling," In the city of Wheeling. In tho county of Ohio, and state of West Virginia. Is authorized to conunenco the business ol banking as provided In section Jlfty ono hundred and sixty-nine of tho Ho vised Statutes of tho United States. in testimony whereof witness my hand and seal of oilleo this twenty-ninth day ot December, 1SSS. LAWRENCR O. MURRAY, Deputy anil Acting Comptroller of tho Currency. No. 5P>I. do3l Siieitical. IAIHRSi Chichcstcr's English Pennyroyal Pills TiranU), nro tho Bent. T?k? imotlKt. tWiul 4r.( ,uu>r*, for U?;.?iy umt l.y Hot urn Mali., A* l)rurul.u. thlcboalcr C'houilejuCo., TnllatU,, i'a. Z/or Sale. 0R~8 ALE^MLLIARD AND POOL Jahles. Inquire at Grand Opera Houso HUHanl Room. mrT* FOR - SALE-HOU8E AND GROUND on Inland. Address or apply to MISS in A. M. RITZ, 1113 Market street. Wheelig *?g. Ja9* Jt "I^OR SALJP?MY JIOU8E, SOUTHEAST m JL: corner Chapllne and Twenty-third m streets, will be sold at a low figure. Term? xr easy. GEO. M. SNOOK. Call at G. M. iR Snook & Co.'s. jftg is JIOR SALE. ?,<l Retail Cigar 8tore at a bargain, on ? Market street, with pood retail and ship. ping trade. Good reason for selling. 3f S. NESD1TT, Jr., ,'e Telephono <M3. 1735 Market St. 10 HSL. TflOR SALE. , A Few Choke Lots ? at Edgfngton. ^ J* CHEAP AND ON EASY TERM8. W. V. HOGE. s't Clly Dank Building, 1300 Market Btr?,t id FOR SALE O'AUCltB. 'X Wheeling Railway Co. J WeM Virginia Glaos Co. P Crystal Glass Co. * Fostorla Glass Co. Bloch Bros. Tobacco Co. Is Wheeling Bridgo Co. Wheeling Electrical Co. ,e Wheeling Steel & Iron Ca ?" La Belle Iron Works. 10 Peabody Insuranco Co. Geo. R. Taylor Co. BONDS. Wheeling Bridge Co. Wheeling Stamping Co. * HOWARD HAZLETT, * STOCKS. BONDS AND INVESTMENTS. Exchange Rank Building. = Newspaper J For Sale. ) I will boU privately or at public auction, " under authority of the circuit court ot - Upshur county, the Buckhannon Delta, . wiui run newspaper equipment, including n. Cranston power press, Vanduzen fjoaoIfno engine, folder, cutter, etc. The paper Iibh been continuously published for twonty-nlno years. Is Republican In politics, and Is a first-class business property. J The sale will be made for J300.00 cash, and reslduo on a credit of threo, six, nine and = twelve months, with Interest and security. G. M. FLEMING, _ . Special Receiver, r- Buckhannon, W. Va, mrl :s : Sleal St/ale. I <T7FOR SALE7>n - Property that will pay as an Investi mcnt. 2109 and 2111 Main street is a 5; double Jjrick business building. Will - be offered as a special bargain for a lew il days. s 8-roomed dwelling at 33 South Front; - first-class condition in every detail. ' u. U. sivii i I FOR RENT. % S. Ponn St., 3 rooms and attic up* stairs. 12G S. Penn St., 3 rooms and bath, up~ stairs. ? 128 S, Penn St., 3 rooms and bath, down l stairs; "id Zane St., 3 rooms. 29 N. Broadway. S-room house. IS" S. Pcnn, 3 rooms. 8-room house at Echo Point. Wabash,, near Virginia, 3 rooms. 10351 Market St., 2 rooms. ? Second floor In the E^erter Building; r Store room in the Egerter Building. h MONEY TO LOAN. - THEO. W. FINK & CO., Real Estate and Flro Insurance, u 'Phone 687. (320 Madcct St. E FOR RENT. i J Residence, 10 rooms and bath, May 1, - corner Fifteenth and Jacob streets. Two-story brick, 5 rooms, No. 154 Fourteenth street, May 1. 3 rooms and finished attic, McColIoch street, April 1. 3 rooms, first floor, and cellar, McColIoch street, April 3. Two-story frame, 6 rooms, Thirty-fourth street, April 1. C. A. SCHAEFER & CO. Agents North German Lloyd, Anchor Line, Hamburg-American, American Line, Cunard Line. : Corner Fourteenth and Market Streets. FOB BEITT, No. 21 Maryland street $11 00 No. 113 Virginia street 9 00 l>slrable residence, 12 acres ground, six acres In choice fruits 17 00 Stable in roar of lfilO Market street.. No. 1513 Market street, second tloor.. 21 00 No. I>1 Sixteenth street, office room.. 10 00 ' No. 32 Sixteenth street, bottling cellar 12 00 No. 34 Sixteenth street, S rooms, sec1 ?t.lr,1 llnnro 10 / "I . No. 3t Sixteenth street. store room and 2 rooms 16 00 No. 23.*>fi Market street, workshop.... 10 00 . Stable Fourteenth street 5 CO POSSESSION APRIL 1. No. 2217 Market street, store room f and dwelling POSSESSION MAY 1. 1 No. tl Fifteenth street $33 33 * No. 31 Seventeenth street 22 00 No. 125 Fourteenth street 23 OQ * No. 37 Twentieth street 13 00 i No. 2318 Market street 20 (X) I No. 2320 Market street 20 CO J No. 2322 Market street 20 00 No. 10M Main street, store room and * cellar 60 00 1 FOK SALE. [ No. 412 Main street. Deslrablo Market street property. : JAMES A. HENRY. '' Real Estate Agent, Collector, Notary Public and Pension Attorney, No. 1612 Main street. fe2J Clairvoyant. IprofTtrue... CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST, ! I03G Main Street. I Soooml Floor, Parlors O, 7 and 8. Walk In. don't ring. This remarkahln man. whose career has been ono of suci eess, Is Klftc<l by nature with a power that approaches the miraculous. Ho Is acknowledged by tho nubile wherever ho has been to be the marvel of tho Nlne, teenth century. Prof. True 1b a prophet , of world-wide repute; ho Is recommend oil by every one of his patrons. 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