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11 BASE BALL, g BOWLING.
|| Sporting.
3 'i-iJ-rrr rv'?'
jh BOXING, g CYCLING.
I Arparpr.tly New Cnstle and Who
9 Ire are two evenly matched tean
I flew Castle won on a closo margin M<
9 day, Wheeling mnauged to crawl i
H flfr the wire winner in twelve innlr
I oa Tuesday?and yesterday afternc
I (ho two trains struggled tor supreme
o?pl?Vtir? fnnlntrs a
tnroupn .
finally the Kamc .was ended by z
proachlng darkness, with the Boore
tie, if they are ?0 even/j' watched jjc
Wheels will certainly outclass 1
Pfnptyjvanlans when "Woodlock a
jjazeiu Join the team.
Minnc-han and Wells were the oppt
jnj. j-::chers yesterday, and. both w<
unable stem the hard hitting to
that foenr.H to have been Imbibed by I
ycun? men who wear the Wheeling n
ffew Castle uniform.*;. In thls.-^a
most of the long hits were madtLbtf 4
visitors, while In the Kiime of tho, aft
noon before the Nailers did all.. I
Wheeling should have won the ga:
In nine Innings, and ngoln It- shoi
have be^n won In the eleventh, biit ?
ror? of tho most expensive kind cdtne
Inopportune stnsc:?, and tnc res
n:? the at awn bottle.
ho'l* slder. fielded a very pcond gai
-with one o: two exceptions. Donov
s; .-h-Ti wn.- a very weak brother
the- Theellnif side, nnd the sooner 1
r.anacaneiu dispenses with. '.'Jack
Iecrvlccr, the better the fanrr^wjli
plC3?od. This I* not said In a spirit
jnalico. bti: simply because It is u
verfally admitted that the local plaj
j3 112 ';iji'any iiuil iuu ra.n iui ill
en *, the longer ho rrmr.;ns In the loIr.tl'!<!
the further ho will he left In !
rear of th" prn<'*sslon. L>obbs nr.d Di
rri!. usually brilliant and sure out fie
crs. also made errors that were ln<
cr.?nble. tut they made up for th
mi.'plays by hard hitting and brllllr
f-I'.lr.cr at other .stages of the par
xrhlU'on the other hand Donovan has
ir.aJe a hit In the three garhds' pla&
this week.
The Nailer* began the run petting
the opening Inning. Dobb? led off'w
n rinclv and Durrett's two-bagger pi:
eii him on third. After Xlles' stnd Ly
had baited to the infield for on
"Dummy" Klhm hit for two bases a
Pobbs and Durrett scored two ru
The hit was a ' beaut." striking 1
right field fence and rebounded far ba
int.i the field. Latimer completed I
lining by Heading a crass cutter
Miller for nn cut.
Tor New Castle In the first. Fan
1n-t yf with I (I.- ...1.1
Itu mi > 4.UWI Iiy IU u-1 L HCIV1, IV"
Durrftt captured after a lor.:; run.
wn? ri brilliant pieci' of fielding that <
thnspri the fans. Wells was unstea
and hit Natress, who stole eeco:
r;-r way an out. but No (Jehu woi
r 1 free transportation to the lnit
l>nj:. nnd APlienbeck's hit scored X;
rc?. Wright sent a sky scraper to c<
tor which Dobbs captured In fine etj
though the wind made the out a dlfllc
one.
The local? scared another In the s
or.-'. IT-lnt- singled and pilfered s
ontl. Th??!] Wells struck out and Doi
vrr'r- Infield hit retired Heine at thi
foots went to first on being hit by
pltchol tail, an?l DurrettV. single sc
rd Dor.ovan. Nlles worked a base
ball? and the basts were tilled, but I
tie. usually good In a pinch, was
cut. from Minnehan to Wright.
NVw Cnstle scorn! nnother In
third on Farrell's single and Grafll
two-bagger. They tied the score In"
fourth, after two were out on Carp
thrp?:-bagaer and Mlnnehan's two-bi
per
No more runs were made until
eighth, when the visitors scored once
N'adeau's single. Ashenbeck's safe
and Donovan's error on un easy cha:
from Wright's bat.
Wheeling went Into the lead In
r.liith Donovan was safe on Natr<
error, was ndvnned ft base on Dob
sacrifice, went to third on Durre
fingle. Xiles sent (mo to Cargo
third, which that brilliant player fal
10 handle cleanly and ns a result Doi
van scored. Lytic singled, scoring D
t?tt. Kihm sent a grounder to Natn
and by quick work ft doub.'e follow
retiring Lytic and Klhm and ending
Inning.
In their half of the ninth, the visit
succeeded In tlelng the scoro. Cai
lilt for three bases, and came- on
the. circuit of the bases on_ Durrc
fumble of Dobbs' assist to the infield
the hit. Tho next thvee men were 01
Neither side scored in the ten
though both had men on bases, and
the eleventh each scored a run and
game ended a draw, being called on
count of the npproachlng darkness. 3
Wheeling, XHe? started off with a e
hit, and Lvtlp follmvnil stilt. icihm
to Mlnnehatx, who threw to Car^o,
isllea. Laticncr was an out, i
il<nne came aloncr with hin third s
Wt, scoring Lytle. Wello rctlrea 1
Blue with an out to Barclay*,
^ew Castle wwii't entitled to thf i
p<x>reii in the eleventh, but
counted Just the same. Miller hit a
center, and everybody supposed n
matter of couree it would bv an out, I
JT'if "n,fx^te<ny Dobbft dropped
will, Miller promptly stole second, a
T,i?v 5? ~r'^ a oecond l.a<er on a u
Pitch by Wells. Carffo hit up In the
<J> center for an out, but Miller eco
J'le run on a close margin, Dobbs* thr
f,nH half a second too slow. Mlnnet
ae thff second out. but Farreil hit
u .?ftT1<L the excitement w.13 Inter
r. wi y' **atrp?r beat wna a 11 y
Tj? '?r thp third out of the Innl
'<i? ?:inie wna called. Score:
SoKff:?: A4B- \L ?!' ps?- *
la* :::. o ? I i
3,1 6 0 2 U 0
fttimer. c r, 0 0 3 2
fe- ? ? 0 3 3 4
lln, ' P'"?V ? 0 1 0 1
?novan, 21> & 2 0 -I 0
.Zl'"'' (i II *3 n
fw',rASTI'H An- " nir. po.
" i si- o
S8r> " 0 10 2 3
fiviJ "i 0 0 2 7 "
,rf 4 112 0
cf S 0 2 2 0
,V"^ ; 1 ' 1 0 0 ]0 0
&'? I 0 II 3, 0
i o 3- ::
ll f ,', 3I' ? 2 3 2 1
olr.Hflian, j, 5 0 I 1
.J"''1'" 0 13 3-! 12
!{|hi? ? i n a a n n ft n r, i
"It* ......W's 20002 10212
?V"v; ("nBlln:?
"'ins 1 01 10001101
Hits 1 1 L' 2 0 0 1 2 1 1 1
,1;run?. WhciritnK & New TaHtI
/,*" l"?-c hith, Durreit. KHim, ('uri:<
''rnjjjn.i. Tltrr-n bri?? lilt ft. MlnrWmn, C
Po Htol?*n Hdnn, L>urr< tt 2,- 1 ?ol
J-'it!in*r, WffI)n. Nntr<-:in. Miller. l>oli
F'*vi?. I,ytlo ii,ui Nlk-n; Natrons, Mlllor i
"orclMy. nanrnt on bulls, off tVt>ll.?t. !L
*nni>han 2. lilt bntsmcn, l?y NVc'.Im I.
-'Ji'ifM-hnn {. Htrurk out. hy W<1N 1.
y'.nr.??hiin .1. J'tunctl linlln, 'infllii*
'M pilch , WcIIh 2. Tlmo, 2:1.0. 1
l'lr''t ('oljriin.
thi: jmymakkhs won*.
fyurlnl D1 patch to tho IntolllK'Micor.
MAN'Srirn.!). May 3.?The H.iyni:
rf* showod improved form thin nft
"oon urid won from Y'ouni;2to\
i Hssffi SSisk. j
1 HmM M?iS 1
X [y Many poreonrt luvo their koo& fay oridV
<T> R their bail {lay. Others are about half
Ky H Mick all tho time. Ther Iuto lv*adAcho,
y backacho, ami aro rcstlcs# and nervous.
/.> R Food dors not tanio jwjd, and tho dlges5><v
H tlon lfl tioor; tho akin Is dry and fallow
<?, I anddkJjKiiredwlthplmpleaorerupfionB;
<',> R Bleep brings no rest and work Is a burden.
< > ft V. hat cause* this? lapon blood.
<i j And tho roincdy ? I ]
| Atperjjs
. o !]} It takes out all Impurttlea from tho |
w blood. When theso aro removed. nature
?tv, B takes right bold and completes tho euro.
,,0 I ITlco, $1.00 a bottle. At aTTdrurglpts.
R It thcro is conctlpation, Uko Ajror's
nd fl Tills. l?rlce,C5c.a bar.
R Write to tho doctor ujl the particular* tn
K? yonr c?o. You will rcdilvo a prompt replp, J
\k. {\wtthoat cost. AddroritDB. J. 0.AYKH. 2j
3S U Lowell; Mai i-tJ
?re ? ?
;er n i nrt t\ i * t 1 ,,rv ' *v"
i,e MSfc MLL==lbLAKU FAKL
nti Wheeling vs. Youngstown.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
MAY 4, 5 AND G.
Admission 23c. Grand Stand 13c.
,he m0
Heiborger's delivery was not a puzzle
.. to the home team's hitters. Score:
R H K
2r- Mansfield ....5012 1 1 0 0 0?10 12 4
at Y'nRstown .0 14 00002 0? 785
ult Batteries, Kostal and Belt; Helbarfjer
ajid Trost.
me ??
an AX EXCITING FINISH. ' '
on Special Dispatch to tho IntelllKcnccr.
TOLEDO, May 3.?Whlssen was an
bp enigma until the seventh and eighth,
of when Toledo's batters got onto his
n,~ curves and batted out a victory. Score:
'"5 H U K
m> Toledo 0 0 () 0 0 0 4 3 0-7 15 1
sal Fort Wayno ..0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0-4 10 2
he Eatterltis, Wlltso and Arthur; Whlssen
ur- and Bergen.
Id
x- TORRHYSON'S MISFITS.
eh* Special Dispatch to tho Intellfgencor.
mt DAYTON". May 3.?TorrCyson's Mlsn.j
fits lost this afternoon In a one-sided
:ed game. Grand Rapids' pltctfer wao hit
hard and their fielding was rank.
,S Scorc:
lch R H B
Dayton 1 r, o 0 0 1 l 0 l?10 in i
Jle Gr'nd H'plds.O 0 2100300-537
Batteries Brown and Donuhuo; Eyler
ncl and Cote.
ns. ?
n,? BASE BALL COMMENT.
tele
;ho YoungstownV strong team, flushed
to with two victories over Mansfield on the
.eU fatter's grounds, opens a three-game
[ch series against the Nailers on the Island
It grounds this afternoon. Truby's team
Is strong, without doubt, but Pop Ly ">"
tie's men will likely more than hold
V1- their own. Crablll will pitch for the
"K- locals, and Roach will probably officiate
'a' In the box for the visitors, though it is
at- possible their new man. Carney, Just
?n- awarded Youngslown after a prolonged
'le. dispute with Fort Wayne, will pilch his
ult Initial game for the Giants.
pc- "Tom" Francis, last year with Mans103
field, will likely be here this mornlnjj.
rd. He has been secured by the Wheeling
n management to All that hole at second
or- until Mozena reports for duty with the
on team. If he doesn't arrive In time,
jy- Poole will play at second to-day. He
an has played the position before and has
done It acceptably, too.
the
us* in the ninth Inning of yesterday's
the game. Umpire Colgan had to deal llrm:o's
ly with the New Castle captain, who
sg- was evidently under the impression
that he was the whole thing. t>onovan
the had hit to Nadeau, and the runner was
on ealed safe at llrat. The decision was a
hit very close one, and when the umplro
ace rendered his decision Wright's temper
went up In the nlr. He begun abusing
the the umplro unmercifully, whereupon
'ss' that official quite properly ejected him
ibs' from the game. Catcher Barclay took
tt's bis place and way lucky enough to acolY
<'*'Pt tnrce out of four chances offered
led hbn.
- INTER-STATE LEAGUE.
!?,
STANDING OF THE CLUH3.
" e Clubs. Won. Loat. I^r.
Toledo ?. & 1 .750
ors Dayton 2 1 .?7
r/ro YmmK?totvn 2 1 .w;
for Wheeling 1 J .60)
tt's New Castle 1 i .500
Grand Rapids 1 2 .5C3
?n Mansfield I 3 .m
*}* Port Wayrw 1 3 .2T?0
ith, ?
In YESTERDAY'S GABIES,
the .Wheeling. f>, New Castle 6, (11 Innlnga).
ac- Mansfield 10, Younc?town 7.
?OP Dayton 10, Granu Rapids 5.
Toledo 7, Fort Wayno 4.
hit TO-DAY^GAMES.
J*' Younj?sfrown at Wheeling,
but Now Cattle at MnnsflelG.
afo Grand Rapids at Toledo,
the Fort Wayno at Dayton.
im A REMARKABLE FINISH.
It PITTSBURGH, May 3.-It looked ltko
LoulsrWe'ff gafno when- Pittsburg}}
[,ut came to bat In the ninth with 6 to I
the against them, but the locala. made a
iml flnlab, the equal of which has never
Hi} been seen here before. AftoT three runs
air had been scored, larprcly the result of
red errorn by Cllngmnn nnd Wagner, Meow
Carthy rapped out a home run with a
inn long hit to right field, scoring Tannefor
hill. McCreery tollou-lna with u duplliHC.
cate to left. Attendance, 1,500. Score?
to PITTSBURGH. A.13. II. II. P.O. A. R
ng. Donovan, rf * 0 0 2 0 0
McCarthy, If s 1 2 2 l o
p MrCrcerj*, cf.,.. ft 1 2 3 0 o
] Schrlvor, lb 1 0 0 0 0 0
\ jjowerninn, o 3 i l 4 2 1
2 Elv, bh 4 113 4 0
^ iloltfl, Hl> 3 110 5 0
? WIIHnms. .?l? I 0 1 0 1 J
jj Taniu'hlll, A ? _0 5 o
f> TolalB 2? 7 S 27 K 1
j: t/wisvijxb. a.h. r it. r.o. a. e.
.? Clark, If * 0 o 1 0 0
* Hoy. of s 1 <? n > o
r'i l?*tcr, rf 3 0 () 1 0 o
2 Wn/rnor, 3b t 1! 4 4 l
- Df-ckor, lb 3 1 1 9 ft o
" imohoy. 2b 4 l l 4 r? n
P. ClIiiK'inin, 3 3 1 0 S 2
(> KlttrrdKo, *C 0 (I 3 0 0
0 DowlinK, 1> " 0 " 2 0
? Total* - ? 7 20 11
I Pittsburgh 0 0001000 rt~7
Z I/OUlrvllb- ? 1 0 3 o 0 2 0 0-0
4 Karnod runs, Loulnvlllo 2. Two bn.io h
V/aicn?*r 2. Hltchoy. Thrco ba?? hits,
_n D't-V.'T, ClliiKnian. Homo runw, Mc_]4
Cartby, McG'roory. Stolen ba.?cn, Jloy.
J)oiiUU' iriayn. M''('nrlhy iiml Howerwan:
? Holt z, I'lly nnrl Hohrlvcr; ltltohoy and
Dnokor. 1'iihcm on bnlH, nlf Tannohlll 1.
~u nff Dowllnr? 2. Htruolc out, !,? Tannohlll
r> 2. 3. by IXfV.llnic 1. Pl'.HSi'd ball*, Klttrlibjo.
) 2. Tlnw of Kuino, J:r>0. Hiaplrou. Hum* ami
'ar- Built h. S'arrldco hit.*, lir.ltz, Uvxtnr, Deck>Ijh.
or and KlttrldBO.
I bl <
l,,'J H ATTIC D OUT A VTCTOJIY.
by CM0VKLANI). May 8.?Tho Clovo''jV
lands hold the Chicago* <>vot?' until
rml Rovcnth.whon n quotftlonod doctirlon tlofl
tho nooro. Tlion Cldoarro lmttod out n
victory in tho tonth. Hcoro:
ci"V?.dand 0 1 ft 3 ft 0 o ft ft-.'i \!
lie- Chicago 1 0 1 0 ft 2 o ft || 3
!'>rnrd runt", Cleveland 4. Chicago 3
''r- Baltorlrn, Htlvl! - and Zltnrm r; Taylor
vn. and Clmncc. Umpires, OT*ay and Jjjun
nan. Tiro? of xame. 1:8?. Attcndanoo,
REDS WEP.B DOPEY.
CINCINNATI, May 3.-?The Reds were
In tbr? dopey, stages to-tfay and the St.
Louis team had llttTt? trouble walloping |
them. Powell was hit hard for four In- i
nlngs, but never After tihat. Attendance |
3,350. Score: 1
R1IE I
Cincinnati ....0 o 0 - 0 0 0 0 O-l 7 7
St. Louis 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 S O-O 13 1
Earned runn. Bt. Louis 4. Cincinnati 1.
Batteries, Hawloy and Pelts; Powell and i
Crlger. Umpires, Stvartwood and Warner.
Tlmo, 2:00.
HICKMAN WON HIS GAME.
BALTIMORE, May 3.?Both Hlclcman j
and McGlnnlty wore effective. The er- |
rors behind the Baltimore pitcher lost !
the game. Boston again played without
an error and the Orioles flolded
brilliantly at times. Score:
RUE
Boston 0 0001300 0-4 50
Baltimore ....2 0 0. 0 0 1 0 0 0-3 4 3
Earned runs, Baltimore 2; Boston 2. Bat- j
torlo*. Hickman nnd Clarkn; McGlnnlty
and Robinson. Umpires, Hunt and Connolly.
Tlmo, 1:37. Attendance, 1,300.
WON A CLOSE ONE.
WASHINGTON. May 3.?Brooklyn
MUM tn u ciuou KU11IU iwutj ? \juuuic |
and Dahlen's ulngle In the first and |
Keeler's base on balls and steal followed
by Dahlen's single In the seventh. |
Attendance, 300. Score: ,
RHE
Washington 1 000000 0-1 40
Brooklyn I 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-3 G4i
Eamed runs. Brooklyn 1. Batteries.
Dunlcjo and MnRulre; Kennedy, Smith and
Farrell. Umpires, Gaffnoy and Androws. I
Tlmo, 1:53.
BY TIMELY HITTUCG.
NEW YORK, May 3.-The Phllndel- J
phlns won the final game of ilie series
here lo-dny, by timely hitting, aided by I
the mildness of Flschel. Score:
RII E
New Ycrk ....0 0003000 0-2 8 2
Philadelphia .0 3100000 3-7 91
Earned runs, none. Batteries, Fterhel.
Warner and Grady: Flfigld and DouKlans.
Umpires. Emslle and McDonald. Time,
2:15. Attendance, S00.
Defeated by Princeton.
Special Dispatch to tho Intelligencer.
PRINCETON, X. J., May 3.?In a well
played game here tQ-day, Princeton
beat Wpst Virginia University, by a
.score of 9 to 1. Batteries, Dent and
Shelby for West Virginia University"
Harrison and Kafer for Princeton. The
West Virginia University lost through
.errors, having seven, while Princeton
.played an errorless game. The West
Virginians led in batting, getting eight
hits. Dent was hard to find and kept
Princeton down to four hits, two of
ttem scratches.
ANGLO-AMERICAN COUNCIL
Sets Apart June 2 as a (lay of Panting
and Prayer.
NEW YORK, May 3.?The National
Afro-American Council of tho United
States has Issued a proclamation calling
upon tire colored people of thin
country to'set apart Friday, June 2, aa a
day of fasting and prayer nnd has called
upon all colored ministers to devote
the sunrise hour of the following- Sunday,
June 4, to RpecJal exercises In order
that "God. the father of mercy,may
take our deplorable case In his own
hands, and that If vengeanco la to he
meted out, 1ft God himself repay."
Tho proclamation Invited all tho
prominent colored clergy of all denominations
to co-operate and consists of a
lengthy setting forth of the present "Indescribable
barbarous treatment" of the
negro In this country. Reference Is
made to the loyalty of the negro in foreign
wars unii the recent lynching of
colored persons In the south are denounced
In the most strenuous language.
FUTURE OF CUBA.
Will Probably be Influenced Largely
by Madame Cespedcs.
...HAVANA,May 3.?The future of Cuba
will probably be largely lntluenced by a
woman, Mndame Cefipedes, whose salon
Is vlnltod by the best known men, not
only of Havana, but of the entire island.
General Maximo Gomez Is a constant
visitor and a welcome guwst of this lady, j
ami nines witn ner rrom in rue to live
tlmoH a week.
Madamo Cespedes is tho widow of the
Ilrst president of Cubft In the ten years
war, and decisions reached at her salon
are far morn effective than any decree
passed by tho recontly defunct Cuban
assembly. Men of standing who uro
devotcfd to the principle of Cuban national
Independence are welcomed to
tho salon and assist In Its councils. It
Is believed by persons who are In a
position to know that a full underntundIng
has been reached by Madamo Cespedes
and General Gomes regarding
Cuba's future and the first real president
of the proposed republic, for all
former presidents had held oflice without
power. At one time General Gomez
was seriously considered for the presidency
but after the action of the assembly
In assailing his courne It was
considered that his candidacy would
probably meet with strong opposition.
The result of consultations at Madame
Cespedes' salon. It Is asserted, that
the first president of Cuba shall be Carlos
Cespedes, son of the war president.
The party of General Gomez bellevo
that Jt Is none too early to begin a
movement In behalf of Carlos Cespedes,
as they expect that American occupation
of the island will end before next
summer and probably by April. MOO. It
Is represented that Carlos C*spedes
possesses every quality that Is likely to
mako him popular with the masses
throughout the entire inland. lie Is
about forty years old and Is unmarried.
Speculating in Prisoners.
HAVANA. May 3.?Tho Havana Herald
publishes a sonsatlonal article today
charging the grossest corruption in
the management of the city Jail. It assorts
that the prison ofllclals take
money from prisoners and then placo
them at liberty under a pledge to return
If they are ever asked fnr. As many
accused persons are nevor brought to
trial at all, and im It often happens that
the Judges have no notion as to who Is
supposed to be locked up, tho Jnllers
tlnd it an easy matter to speculate In
this fashion.
Prominent Theologian Deafly
PITTSBURGH, Pa., May 8.?Rev. Dr.
Samuel H. Kellopn?, one of the best
known theologlanr. In the country, died
suddenly yesterday nt L.indour, India,
where, wifh two other eminent ncholar*,
ho wati enpaK?J in translating the
scrlpturcs Into the Hindustani lanKiinge.
The tidings of his death were
received l? Pittsburgh thin morning in
a rubh'ifnun sent to hi#? brother-in-latv,
Kdwurd W. "Woods.
Atkinson Pamphlets Kelzeil.
SAN FHANCISCO, Mnr 3.?The local
poHtoillce oilleialH to-day selr.ed some of
the pamphlets sent out by kdward Atkinson,
vice president of the antl-lmpnrlullMIc
league, of Boston.
The pamphlets nro nddrcs.svd to Admiral
D^vy, Henvral n. tJ. OIIp, Clon|
oral Miller and Professors Schurmnnn
and "Worcester, the latter two gentlemen
lielnK members of the Philippine
commission.
TRY ALLEP FOOT-EASE,
A powder to be shaken Into tho when*.
At till it fonnon your if.it f<*cl swollen,
nervous and hot, and K'.-t tlr.il easily. If
you have smarting feet nr tight Hhocw, trv
Alb-n'n ]"o'?t-i;tw. It cools th? f?*-t anil
make? valuing enny. Ctircn ewolJen nril i
nwatlnft f?et. IdlMrrs and callmi* rpots. I
Rollovs conn* and bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Try it to-day.
Pold by all dnutfMstr nnrj shoo stores for
Jf.c. Trial packniTo FUI-7K. Addrei-. Alton
B. Ohi)*!cd, J'O J toy, 4\'. y, uh&4
"ORIGINAL SAINTS."
Indiana's Queer Sect.? No Frills ?
Their llitiial.
| Chicago Chronicle: In Perry coun<
Indiana, Is a strauge religious sect, t
members of which call themsely
"Original Saints." They never worsh
In churches, but, Instead, choose coc
dreary valo hedged In by bluffs and e
it'apart for worship. Rude benches a
fitted up for tho members to rest upand
a platform is prepared for t
preachers. Ulke the Quakers, a mt
who la moved thereto is eligible
preach, for all members have the gra
and power at times. The preacher f
the day mounts the platform and dell
ers his sermon, usually improvised f
the occasion.
Theso saints are simple in the
methods. They go to the wilds of r.
ture to worship and have few frills
their ritual. They begin the ceremo
its bp bestowing fraternal kisses <
ench othor. As a lad or lass enters t
dale he or she Is solemnly kissed by t
other faithful already on the grouc
An active man early to arrive could i
a "right smart chore" of kissing befo
tfle ontire flock could take seats at
trait for something to happen. Wh<
they finish with their ktesjng they i
down and calmly wait a spell.
Then somebody lifts up a more or le
tremulous voice ir> song. It la a hym
in which the rest of the conffregati<
Joins. It is accompanied by instrume
tal music. The fiddle Hnd guitar are t1
Instruments in which the saints ha'
skill and these are turned loo^e wl
the voices. But this ts not all by ni
means. Frequency of kissing produc
a certain puckering of the lips. Li
rightly puckered and softly breath"
through produce certain sounds grat
ful to youth. Whistling can become <
art.
Those saintly worshipers, like tno
people of the Hoosler state, liavo a
quired great eklll in whistling.
Singing, placing the fiddle and guit
and whistling continue at irregular i
tervnl? until some member feels mov
to discourse. Then this brother or si
ter?both sexes preach?rises from t!
bench on which he or she has placed !;
or her homespuns, goes to the platfor
I and opens the book. Chance determln
the text and themo. "Wherever tl
book falls open and the eye of the or
for first rests on the sacred word the
, is found the toplo for discussion. Th<
the preacher branches forth into a Ioj
extended sermon, while the other me:
bprs preserve the silence of sleep. N
that they really sleep, but such is t!
serening.
j When the preacher runs (Town tl
congregation rises and the silence
I broken at cm tee. Most orthodox church
abhor dancing. It is an exceeding s
for youth of the two sexes to ihdulj
in unseemly gyrations. Not f?o with t
! Original Saints. Whether the twmn
lency ana letttargy produced by *!
Ions sermon must be thrown off \
physical exertion or ecstatic fervor i
spired by "the words of wisdom cans
it. the fact remains tlral tho servic
Kind up with n dance.
Like moKt dances, It starts nlowty, Ir
as the Joys of living rise In the hear
and lego of the worshipers, the measu
becomes more animated. Then whli
ings, as of dervishes In full careor. fc
low. Men and women mingle in a dun
of the wildest possible description. Mb
dens demonstrate how skllte-d they a
i in stepping a measure and husky ytniC
buck and wing, ending a period with
most gallant *hake-down. Whoops a
ultant rush from parted lips. Cries
: glory be and prnlso the Lord and oth
fervent ejaculations break on the qui
i air. Corns ore trod upqn and ofher r
marks are added to tho dto. Noise
j abundant where but a brief time befo
all was supernatural stlUnesx On th
] whirl In religious frenry until exhaust'
nature declines the nomination. But i
stopping or staying for the fallen. 1
I them lie where tliey fall. The dar.
I must go on In all Its weird fury as loi
as one remains to whoop and spin. I<
nally all are out. and the chapel flo
covered with mcuinbent figures,
i services of the Original Saints comes
I an end.
.MARTIN'S FERRY NEWS.
I Tho Daily Chronicle of Wheeling
Progressive Xcixhlxip.
The' Woman's Club held Its hist reg
lar meeting of the season at tho hon
of Mrs. 13. O. Wnilams on FV)urlh sir**
yesterday afternoon. WRh tho cneetl:
yesterday the club closed tho secoi
year of its history, which has tx?en
i every respect a phenomenally cucces
ful ?no. The programme consisted
musical and literary numbers, each
which was enthusiastically received.
wah ?l??rirl?-A -hv t!w? <?rim *. ? ??->
the state federation. TJje out-of-tov
guests were Mies Nellie Jepsoti, of ti
CltilmilJe, and Mm. W. E. Herrcy,
Pittsburgh. After the rendition of tl
programme, the election of olflcers f
the next year ensund, with the. follov
ing result: President, Mrs. L?. J. 1
Drennen; firm vice president. Mrs, ^
W. Wood; second vfee president, Mr
H. It. Ktrr; secretary and treasure
Mr?. E. K. Iloge; assistant oecretar
Miss Ella T. Inglebrlght; * director
Mrs. John Turner. Mrs. E. C. Boy
Mrs. George II. Smith. Mrs. Will la'
Lupton. On the evening of May 17 tl
out-going ofllcero will give a roeoptli
In honor of the in-coin tag1 otllcers i
Che homo of Mrs. A. J. Smith, on.Pour)
street.
Yesterday afternoon a heavy hn
storm visited the south part of the ell
while the north portion of tenvn escap<
without the slightest sign of hail stone
The residonts livinu in the path of tl
storm thought for n time that It wou
result in many broken windows. b\
no loss was reported. It was tl
heaviest storm of its kind visiting th
place for years, and the ground wns a
moat covered with good 51ml clones.
The Epworth League of the Meth(
dlst Episcopal church has elected tl
following otllcers: H. W. Wood, pres
lent; Roger Jones, first vleo preslden
Alice Fowler, second vice presldro
Ella Nichols, third vice president; L*n
Koehler, fourth vice president; B*el1
Lewis, secretary; Ilurry Ilndsull, treat
urer.'
Charles Deltrich and George Scale
two of the three boys sent up to S
Clairsvlllo from here for being impllt
ati;d in ilrlng several buildings In th
city, were up before Judge Smith yei
terday, hut no disposition of the
cases was made, and they wero n
manded to jail, to allow further lnvct
ligation of the matter to be made.
Yesterday afternoon th? business an
professional men engaged In their
ond attempt at playing thfe Nations
game, on the Seabrlght diamond. Tli
i?!iunn nr?' .ucaiko'ueti hp me "ktikii
und the "tdiorts," and tho former tem
won their bl'CoikI tsanw by a Acoro t
U to 6.
MIhs Nolllo Jepson, of Ht. Clnlrsvtlli
V*; the KUest of Mrs. 1J. O. William;
on Fourth street.
Mrs. "\V. E. Hervey came down frot
1'lttshurKh yeaterduy triornltiK to callo
friend*.
T. Iluskinn went to 12a st Ijlvorprx
last flight <o visit relative.
A J,1TTLK life may bo sacrlllccd t
ii suddou attack of croup If you don1
have l>r. Thomas' 1'electric Oil on han
for the emergency. 2
"FAMILY WASHING.
Itoncli Dry Wimlivd. Ktarchod nn
Di'od .1 cont* per pound.
Vint Work, rt'uNhod ntid Ironed,
cviitft pw pound.
All linnd work IIiiIhIkhI 1(> mrntv m\
pound. At LUTZ lUlOS*.
Miliar IJoiiio Lunudry*
niA.
n?ra tho Kind Yo-I Rot Minis Bougl
B,57
A fiiYorito subject of great pointer? is
a mother instructing a daughter In music
1 ?giving the early lessons. JIoQurrs naturally
want their daughters to be nccomy,
nllsbed musicians, it helps then: along;
he in a oocial way. But the most imgjortant
03 in9tiuction to give a girl Is
in ^sson of womanly
A?Ajfe* heiilth. Tills insfnicshould
begin
re enters womanotl
/kood *r(; from
tie "j/jj/L. ^1C ^ 0^meUllS
^ III I'
or U 1' LtLZ 6CSS 8^at"
w qualifications
for social success. Nothing In the world
. equals good health. Dr. Pierce's Favor.
ite Prescription overcomes irregularities
a" of girls ana women. It strengthens the
t0 organs that distinguish the sex. It es""
tabllshes a vigorous constitution, stops
the drains ana pains, and is of incalcu
hc novo Dfcnent in case ot prolapsus, tor
l(j, the young rirl entering womanhood,
lo for the briac, the wife and mother,
re for those passing through the "turn
id of life," it is of untold benefit. It fits
Mfi the girl to be a wife, and the wife to be
a mother. It cures at home all drainB,
pain?, aches and Irregularities of women.
It Is a tempcrance cure?no alcohol
JJ* qr narcotic tn it. Buy it of honest
n_ medicine dealers, who do rot try to
substitute something else to make a litVa
tie more profit.
th ITt% A. P. Crenshaw, of Panajoffke#, Sumter
iy Co., Fla., wrilr*: "It is wftli jieart-felt gratien
hide to you and foryour kind odrictr. that I mast
D_ tell ydu what your medicine has done for ran.
After cousultlngr vou about my case I took your
ea * Favorite Prescription' and cm toy it cured rae
e- frmale weakness. I wan all run-down; sufm
fered with sick headache, pahis in the hack and
brarinjj.<fc>wn pain*. My health is better now
^ than it has b?eu for three'year*."
c- For stubborn bowels, lazy liver dnd
biliousness, nothing is ns good as Dr.
or Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Thev are
n~ pleasant in fact as well as namtl? no
3. EripmgI'
(QNE CENI^B
? WORD
re
;n All solid advertisements under ??
n- ?? tho following headings: : : :
ot
h0 ? WANTED, PERSONALS,
. T flKT A V* T"\ TT|->TTr*r*
ho ----- " J
Is FOR RENT. FOR SALE,
v;l\l ba Inserted Qt the rato of ??
ke ONE^CENTsASWORD 1
ohe
?a
7'Panted.
" ~XKT AKTED?SITUATioJf AS EOOKTY
KEEPER err EtenoRraphcr liy a
young: lady. Address II. I*., care rntclll*
Ut gencer ofticc. myS*
15 /SoATMAKERS WANTED AT ONCU\ **
Cost $5 to 110 and extras; steady Job
"1- to competent man. HENRY RITXGE,
il- Graftoh, W. Va. g\yS*
TH VERY WOMAN WANTING 13.00
XJ \i>r day representing the C. B. EUsrc
vort Novelty Co., wrlfo <00 Boll Block,
bs CfnelmiaG. Ohio tuyS*
a * 1
^ Dvr Safa
or |7\0R BALE-BAR FIXTURES AT SENot
JL? qto Pcloon. For salocheap. apt"
ITIOIi SALE - FINE BRICK DTVET.I.IS
JJ ING-on Fourteenth ?t.; I offer iny
ro residency. No. 115 Fourteenth st. for sale;
ey possession and terms to jutt purchaser,
ed inquire of T. li. McLAIN. Dental ami
,m Surslcul depot. City IJank bulldfnfc.
IJ wrll-tth&g
Ts TOR SALE AMD FGH RENT.
qp FOR SALE?23 sftoroa Wheeling Steel &
llu Iron Company.
tn FOR RENT?4 rooms ot Number 47 Fiftconih
street.
JAMES L. HASVtEY . . 1033 Main Strict.
17V3R SALE.
2
A Ps>v Choicc Lots
n? i. . .? .?
U0 ui
CHEAP AND OX EASY TERMS.
;J w. v. iiooe.
in
3. Ctly Bank Dulldlns, 1500 Market Street
of *
Commissioners' Sale.
,n TSoSmisSIONBR'S SAXI-ror VAIiT'A; >
V BI.E REAL ESTATE.
't. liy virtue of ti decroo (rt thecirult court
or for Ohfo countj- Wost ^Ir^nla, r?-;dt? on
[jo tho l&th day of January, !?'.#, and entered
or In Chancefy Order Book No. 15, paye 376,
In u cautf< In chanecty therein pending,
whrreln 11. C. Richards, sheriff, and x.h
vueh administrator of tho estate of Chrfc*?.
tlan Schneider, dewastd, Is pVain tiff. and !
?. John Schneider and others' Mre defendants,
T thu undersigned, who 1? by said decreet
appointed special commissioner for tho
l>urposK\, "*v1ll sell at public outcry, at tho
j*? north front door of the court Jiouho of,
d, uald county, to tho hljjhwt and host MdITJ
dor, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., on |
19 8ATI:JO)AY, MAY 12, IKtt,
3:* thn folloMrins dew.rlbed real estate, that 1b '
lit to fay; Tho south htilf of lot No. S3, lylr.t,' j
th and being oa tlm east ?'.d? of Main rtree:
la that part of the c!ty of Wheeling, In !
Ohio county. Wc?t Virginia, known as the }
ill Fifth ward of ?ald city. and which was
[y laid off by Wlllhirn Clinpllno and John
vj F.ofT In their HfrUine. beng tho mmo proj>.
erty conveyed to Frederick and John
Schneider by Jesse Bunts, by deed dated
Je November R. 18f3, recorded In the oftlce of,
Id thp clerk of the county court of said
it county !n Deed Book No. 47. folio 1S\S; the
)e rhfht, title and interest of said Frederick
f. and wife having l>etin conveyed to said
, John Schneider by deed dated Juno H, 1573.
?" ar.d recorded In eald clerk's olllce In Deed
Boofc No. CO. page Ml.
J. TKRMS OF SALE?One-thtrv1 of the
purchase money cash In hand, or so much
IQ more as the purchases* may elect to j\ay,
and the balance In two equal Installments
t; poyiihlo In one and two yearn from day
t; of Bale, with Interest, the purchaser to
1 execute notes for tho deferred lnstall'
meats, with satisfactory personal sea
curlty, J AS. W. EW1NG,
J- Special Commissioner.
April 13, IK?.
I hereby certify that ,Tas. W. TCwlnpr,
tho above named special commissioner,
t. has riven bond ns required by the cpnrt
In i?iud decree, with approved security.
Is C. H. IIENNING,
Cb?rk of the Circuit Court for Ohio CounIr
ty. Wert Virginia. a;>'.*-th
\[ rjlUUBTKK'S SALIi.
l*y v1rtm? of u deed of trust mndo by
d Kenry Doylound Margaret Doyle, bin wlft?,
to me, as trustee, dated July U, IS%, and
i\ recorded In tho olhco of the clerk of the
l0 county court of Ohio county. West \ ir..
Kinhi. in dewd of Trunt Book No. 4X, pace
iZJ. I will roll at the north front doer of tho
court Iioum* of uuid county, 011
SATURDAY, tlw Cth DAY OF MAY, 1!?.
\ comtncnclmr nt 10 o'clock i\. in., tho foli,
lowing ilcaarttMMl property, that lit to
my:
A certain pleco or parcel of around f{{n
uuted In th?> city of Wheeling, Ohio counti
ty, Wc.st Virginia, being luixt of lot numlM-n-il
one humlrnl iitul forty, In Nouh
Zsne's niUlltlon to tho salU city of Whoel''
lug, bountb-\l us follows: iies'lnnlng at a
|K>int on (ho routh lino of Market alloy,
now Alley 7. twenty-elirht root wost of
tho Inti r.'cctlon of *nud alloy with Morrow
ntrect; thence went flfty-llvu fi-.-t on sulil
t|a!l?:y: thence nt rircht anplos running
?1 oonth thlrty-threo loot; thonco running
?t right angles oust llfty-elght foot slxlr?oli?*s;
th?'iir(> ivt rlKht juigl** running
north eleven feet; thonco running at right
ungU'* three foot nix Inches A-out; thonco
A i 6t right nnghti north twenty-two foot to
j tlie i?lno? of beginning.
K TkltMS OF &AM-::-On?-tlilnt and a t
much more u-*< thi? purohiuier elects to pay
p In cu/?h on tho day Of wile, tho Imlunco
fn two ?n*iml lnntnllniontn nt nix ami twelve
immth5, n-?t?4? Waring Interest from th?date
of ptiIo to lu? irlvHti for tho deferred
payments. W. J. W. COWVJKN.
^ npv-S TruMoo,
/'i RKATr.RT r.\ciT?tTir:s ron thi:
X I Prompt Completion of Ord*?ri at tho
< well lancer Job .Vrlntlnc OfUOo,
Ccnarles.
.ANARIIiK.-ElO llARTZ MOUNTAIN
Roller?. Males $2.00, Females S0?u at
:NRY HKLMBRIGHT'S, corncr Markft
and Sixth r.trww. mrlT
Dor Stent
OR RENT-UNFURNISHED ROO?>rS.
1513 Chapllnc. T. M, GARVIN, myl
I7\OYl RENT?SEVERAL GOOD R00M3
: In tho City Rank Building. Inquire at
th? City Bank of Wheeling. mr2Q
17X011 RENT?FALLOURE BUILDING.
} 1C15 Murkot street; 12 living rooms: saloon
and bar fixtures, lnqulro at GEO.
E. BOYD'S, 1417 Chapltno street. apll
FOR RENT.
Lorlng Homestead, Elm Grove, 7 acres,
with barn.
"-room house. 2 acres of ground, opposite
Echo Point.
FOR SALE.
Brick residence, Pleasant Valley*, 9
rooms, larro lot, Btablo. Low figure on
a quick deal.
NORTON A COMPANY,
10 Exchange Bank Building.
general Slot!tea.
"VTOTTCR
_Li Having been appointed administrator
of the estate of George TV*. Lewis, I hereby
notify all persons knowing themselves
Indebted to cuM estate to call and seUlo,
and thovo having claims to present them
for puyment. ALVA L. LEWIS.
Administrator,
No. 80 McColloch street.
T. M. Garvin, Atttrrney. apZ>
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that a meotlng of tho subscribers to
tho capital stock bf "The Surety Gilaranteo
A Trust Co.." of W-est Virginia,
will bo held at the office of \V. W. Bristol,
84 La Sallo street, Chicago, Illinois, on tha
l?th day of May, 1S09, at the hour of 2
o ciock y. m., ior mo puryosu 01 eiocunjf
a boH.ro of directors, nnd Adopting bylaws
for said corporation, and for such
othf-r business as may properly como bor
for? thu mooting. (Signed) Charles whit?
lock. Albert E. WhJUoclc. Robert Z. Cade,
M. Rayloo and W. W. Bristol, subscribers
qpS7-th
SPubtic Sato.
pUBLIC SALE.
I will sail at public auction at No. 23
South Front street (Island),
OS FRIDAY, IT AY 5, 1S3D,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. tho following
household goodV: 2 Body Brussels
Carpets, 1 Ingrain Carpet, 40 yards Matting,
1 5-Pieco Parlor Suite, 1 Bird's Evo
Muplo Bed Room Sulle, 2 Mahogany Rocking
Chairs. 1 8-foot Extension Table. 1
Oak Sideboard, 1 Refrigerator, 1 Largo
Parlor Mirror, 1 Hall Rack, 2 Iron Beds
and Sprlngp, 1 Sewing Machine, 1 Bed
Lounge, I Cook Stove, 3 Hoc king ChaJr$,
and also a lot of other articles too numerous
to mention. Theso goods are
nearly new.
Terms of sale?Cash.
tuv* r ? r.urrpn Auctinnpor.
PUBLIC SALE.
T will offiT for polo at the front door of
t?u? court house of Ohio county, W. Va.. on
Saturday, May commfncln^ at 10 a.
m. ihnt desiruhlt* pfe?*f. of property. No.
122c Cnnpline street. situated on the corner
of Chnpllne and Thlrt-ocenth streets, east
side: h>t 33 feet on Chanllne street and
running hack un even width about 130 feet
to un alloy. Has k'ood house of thirteen
rooms and all mod Am conveniences attached;
pr?od Ptubln. In roar.
Terms of Sale:?One-third ca.?=h or more.
If the purchase^ so elect on day of sale;
tho.balanc* in two equal annual payments.
with Interest secured by df-ed of
trust on the iwoperty sold. Title perfect.
MRS. SALT/IE P. MERKJMAN,
Adm'x. of estate of John Donlon, dee'd.
J. C. H'rv-y. Auctioneer. myl
5loal Sstafe.
For Rent.
S5 South Front street, 7 rooms and
bntli room; possession at once.
158 South Broadway, 3 rooms, bath
and laundry.
1520 Market street, 1 room.
1148 VC'ater street, store room.
2608 Market street, 3 rooms.
MONEY TO Lf. A.V.
TEiEO. w. vm & CO.,
leicpnono oy/. au* r.iorkci at,
" FOB BKtTT,
No. 2?3 Main St.. 6 rooms, 1st floor. No.
IS Fourteenth streot PC
No. cc Seventeenth Htrj-et 1G 00
Ko. ft'lo Chapllne street 15 00
No. 7T South York street 20 00
No. H0 Sixteenth strefct, bottling cellar
12 00
No. 22 Sixteenth street, store room.. 10 00
No. 54 9lxt?-enth street, Btdro room
and 2 rooms 15 00
No. 150S Main Arret 9 CO
Hotel or restaurant Washington,
3\a.. /nrnlPbed or unlurnlshed.
No. f" Twentieth street .. IS 00
No. 1130 Charles str<*et.. 5 00
i {-roomed hoy^o on Eleventh street,
I oast of McColloch stree.t 8 00
roil salu
Main street rvt'-dence.
Chtitillno streef residence.
Murliet street business property.
! JAMES A. HENRY.
| Real Estato Agent, Collector, Notary
I'ubl'c ami Pension Agent, No. 1G13
_Mqin street. ap:4
A SURE WVEST;)5ENI-"F?ls0^r-cd:
A two-storv Brick Dwelling, and Lot, oa
w.-m s!Jo of Main street, three doors north
of Eighth street. Most desirable location.
Yr;ry b-?Nt neighborhood.
Building sites In I'lc/iMnt Valley, between
Euglngton Lane and Selbert s Garden.
Second elevation from ono to tlvo
a errs.
Lirgepleco of ground on East McColloch
i street, near Baker street, >111 feet front by
?r0 feet to crvek.
Eight building lot!j on^Ecst McColloch
street. A fine building lot cn L'.r.d street.
Two-story frame, six rooms. I^ot, 50 by
100 feet, corner Thirty-fourth and Chapllne
streets, with front part of Alhambra
Elnk on It, opposite Wood Bros.' l'lanlnc
Mill.
FOB BENT?May 1, Brick Mouse ten
rooms and bnth room. Fifteenth and Jacob
I'treet. Olllee room, best in the city.
In Masonic Templo building, r>n Market
stmet. ^Janitor, heat, light and elevator
C. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
Corner |4th mid Market Sta.
Crusteo Sale*.
r*i 1 U*STEE~9 SALE.
By vlrtjire of a deed of trust made by
It. 11. tilllospy and Lizzie D. iJlllesny, his
wife, to rn??, ax truster*. dated May 31, 1S02,
r?yonl?-d in the otllco of the elerk of tho
county court of Ohio county. West Virginia,
!n Deed of Trust Book So. .*5. pago
ii), I will sell ;it the north front door of
tho court Ikjuso of said county on
SATURDAY, the Srd DAY OF JUNE, ISO?,
eomtnenclng at W o'clock a. in., the following
described property, that Js to say:
A certain plecw or real estate In the cky
of Wheeling, Ohio county. West Virginia,
uwvriiw.fi u.h roitows: a piece or jnml lxjinu
115 feet long and 7T. feet wide, lying In
tho north part of r.ikl city, and east of tho
common on (ho margin of tho Ohio
r!v?>r. commencing for tho wmo at a point
about -Vt feet In a north-easterly direction
from tho north of the cast parapet
wall of the bridge. ovop Jonathan's Gut, In
tho lino of the north-west front of tho
houtxi commonly known un tho Stone hous/?
grocery built by Andrew Thalmann
upon tho lot of ground now being
described; thcnco In thb lj^io
of tho front of tho paid ftono houso
grocery, ono hundred and fifteen feet to
tlio north-west corner of said tract of
land; thcnco i'outlwastcrly and nt right
nngle* to said front line Hoventy-flvo feet;
tltonce southerly and parallel with Paid
first lino on? hundred and llftoon foot.;
thcnco norih-westwardly soventy-Hvo foot
to the plr.cc of beginning, together with
tlio buildings thereon and all others ni?nurtonanceM
thorounto ln>kmgUto, resotving,
however, a . 'trip of Kround running:
lengthwise through the property of a uniform
width of twelve r<>ot to ho kept open
a* ii road; and reserving also tho eonl under
the property and tho right to tnlno
nn<l r<*m?>ve tho finrn<?.
TKllSiS OF 6AI?E:?Ono-.thlnd and na
much moro as tho purchaser elects to pav
in cash on tlio dav of rale, tho tolnnCo
In two equal Installments at ono and two
yearn, notes hearing Interest from tho day
of fuIo to l?o given for tho deterred payment!*.
\\\ ,T. W. COWDEN,
"Prusteo.
J. C. llervey, Aucttoncci apS9

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