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I "football BOWUM I II Sporting. I . . . i . I J BOXING, ? CYCLING. J BOXING. I tlii lime draws near fof the Bon nrr-Finncgan battle, interest .in mis track-a-Jack card increases. ,&nd nc boxing contest for months has occaBloned ?o much discussion. Bonner 1( jook.-d on as the favorite In view o! ji!h kp t record, and he won his way t,, Wheeling hearts by his mjisterl> ditfP'"!tlon of Nick Burley. In a battle that never had a peer. The' Bonnerjturl< y affair Is cherished fondly by thoHc fortunate enough to have seen that memorable llstlc debate. It ahould bo duplicated Monday night, for Fincertainly as good; If not better iban Burley. He Is strong, clevei and tame to the core. More than that. Flnnlgan Is bubbling with contidcm< an In his call at the Intelllgen (l ! ..:[|ce inHt night, he said he was prepaiI'd for "Tricky Jock," as his trainer ii...!.iv ?)i?<?han. termed Bonner. Both ni,n will he in fine fettle and the larg? ,d will see a battle for blood. If li ? . s the limit many people will be sur prise. A letter to Hughey Arnold from Free1 r?v. .it New York, manager of Jot Hopkins and Matty Matthews, states that Oscar Gardner got the worst of th< ih < i.slon with Marty McCuo. Fox says til- letting in the twenty-fourth round was 100 to 40 on Gardner, with no takers, and that the decision of Refere< White was roundly hissed. Fox woulc like i" get Hopkins on at the Metropolitan eluh, on November 27. with Me('lelland or Louden Campbell, at 12< pounds. Hopkins would not draw hen any more. Jeffries Discharged. NEW YORK. Nov. 9.?Jim Jeffries, prize tighter, his brother John, und Robert Blel, manager of a music hall, who were arrested Monday night on u charge of violating the Horton law regarding boxing, were discharged. in police court to-day. Several witnesses testified that the exhibition given by the Jeffries was not at all a bona-fhk boxing contest. McCoy the Winner. BUFFALO, N. Y., Nov. 9.-Kld McCoy knocked out Jack McDonough, of St. Paul, in the fourth round at the Hawthorne Club to-night. The men fought at catch weights McCoy outfought and outpointed Mcj Donough at every stage. Ruhlin Wants a Fight. NEW YORK, Nov. 9.?Gus Ruhlin today posted $1,000 for a fight with James J. Jeffries. FOOT BALL. This afternoon the final practice will be Indulged in for the "Washington game, at the Island ball park to-morrow. unless it Is decided, to run through the signals to-morrow foreiioon. The liiHt few days have developed a strong team t<> ily the Wheeling colors, as will be demonstrated against the Washington county lads, and all that is needed now Is a large crowd of local I rooters to wave plenty of r^.^nd blue and cheer the boys on. ITntfcr "Bob" Edwards' coaching a sounder twenty Jias b-en well drilled In the game and il is otitis that Wheeling will win by ?i good score. 7 The Llnsly Institute and Wheeling high school elevens will meet on the Island ball park gridiron, this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, In their second game' of the season. Their first ended in a tie, neither scoring. Since then each has had the benefit of experienced conches and n hot game. with odds favoring Llnsly, Is promised. "Stubby" Place, substitute halfback of the University of Chicago team, or Wednesday, broke the strength test ol the 'varsity, which has been held bj i'apt. Kennedy for two year.*. Place's total strength footed up 3,680 pounds, or opposed to the previous record of Kennedy of 3,640 pounds. Incidentally, Place broke all the Individual record? but one. Place Is 5 feet 9 inches Ir height and weighs but 163 pounds. H( 1? an all-around athlete. At Bethan) College, West Virginia, he won the allaround championship three years In succession. KERR WILL NOT SELL The Pittsburgh Base Ball Club?Circuit Reduction Gossip. PITTSBURGH. Pa.. Nov. 9.?Presl dent W. W. Kerr, of the Pittsburgh bane ball club, came out Hat-footed Ir n statement to-day. that he would not Bell the controlling Interest In the club l-'or several days reports have beer Font out from New York that a secret meeting of National league magnate* had been held In that city and that th< league would be cut down to elghi clubs, with "Barney" Dreyfus In con trol of the Pittsburgh club. President Kerr favors a reduction of the leagut circuit, but If Louisville drops out II will not mean that Dreyfus, will secur< control or base bull in Pittsburgh. Negotiations between Messrs. ICeri and Dreyfus for the sale of the cluk cam" to a . lose Ia*t Saturday, the deal being declared ,,rr permanently. At that tine- Mr. tCerr would have disposed of bin hii.-i.-sts. but the Louisville magnati- wanted him to assume liabilities against tb.- Pittsburgh club In the future. A;; the Pittsburgh club doe.? not owi- , .iuii.ii, Mi-. Kprr promptlj refused to b- I -. t:. for the club's dcbti after he )?id iHyf,| ,,f the property, Tills was not Matinfactory to the Louisville man and the deal \?ns off arid Mr Kerr then and th**r. decided to rcffialli in control of the dub himself. bowling. Secretary Petto. ?.r the Wheeling Bowling League, yesterday received u letter from the captain ??r the Pittsburgh howling feum which stated that thoy would arrive In this city at 11 a, m. Sunday morning on the Baltimore & Ohio. They will hi- met at the depot by the Wheeling team, who win esoorl them to field's restaurant, where the> v ill take dinner, after which they wll at once go to the alleys to practice In f t the games are called at 1:30 p. m The large crowd of spectators tin t wll witness the games will be nccommo/ dated with plenty of seating room! m Hi" management will have a row oi seats on th two side alleys, leaving ilw middle alleys for the contest. '?Ju Sunday following the Wheeling bojfi will ?.? to the Smoky City to ndd ti their long rtrlng of victories, and the boys invite alt whoy can to accompany them on their Journey'. Wheeling: League. Team*. Won. Los*. Per. All Alike* It 4 .77S Wheeling 11 4 .732 Osceolus 10 5 .6*7 K. K. K ,...11 7 .611 Rough Riders 11 7 .61! Emigrants 9 9 ..W All Itootera 8 10 .441 Klsalng Bugs </6 12 .233 Kcnniores 5 13 .17# Apollo 2 16 .ni All Alike went Into t^te undisputed lead in the Wheeling rogue rrfce last ntght by defeating Kenmores three straight. Raymond carried off the evenings honors with 517 In three gantes. The-best score was Nolle'* 185. Score: KENMORK6. 1st 2d 3d Total H. Ruhr L 149 104 ll? 379 ROM 130 104 160 460 Henderson lie1 14? 121 4K ilaxlett 130 144 134 408 i Howard 118 105 101 ?4 , Hone 134?, 151 148 4*4 Total* 84'J 817 793 2159 , ALL ALIKE. 1st 2d 3d Total W. Ruhr 173 14? 122 440 Urasch 156 170 155 4M . Wolvlngton 142 170 130 451 Raymond lfifl 183 l?w 517 ' Halter Ib3 104 156 473 , Nolle 14* 169 1? W2 Totals 9M 1011 916 2863 - Umpire?Miller. Scorers?Pittnkoy and Itelneke. 1 To-night?Wheeling v?. Osceolas. Muue League. Teams. Won. Lost. Per. Ave. Colts 19 2 .5-33 97) Tom Moorcs 12 3 .bm 953 I^nox 1? 3 .750 869 Auditors X 7 .583 825 Crescents H. 7 .533 890 Pe l (cans 7 8 AM 877 Sanatels 7 8 .466 ?ls Daisies (5 9 .400 812 Orients 4 11 812 Buckeyes 1 14 .OSQ 798 On the Muse? alleys last night the Auditors beat the Pelicans ihrcc straight, wlnwinnlng the flrsfc game by the narrow [ margin of two pins. The following aro ? ! the scores: , PELICANS. l*t 2?1 3d Total DIscher 127 132 144 4 3 Wood 139 167 141 447 Wot to UK 123 13?; 37"i I Hon-5 125 176 121 42i Junk i 139 Hi) I4f? 407 . Ralston 155 136 187 479 1 Totals *02 853 878 2533 ! AUDITORS. 1st 2d 3d Total . llarr 160 151 157 471 ' Wilton 117 112 148 407 * Emblem 124 172 179 47u Brown 15* 143 179 48J Edwards 114 147 128 389 Brewer 133 123 143 389 Totals 806 SS3 934 2*i?l To-night?Colts vs. Lenox. Y. M. C. A. League. The Midgets won thrco games from the j Real Thlngr. last evening. Schott's 520 i was the feature. Scores: MIDGETS. 1st 2d 3d Total I Schott 217 145 1 58 520 Marti Its 132 131 m Hannnn 121 ISO 152 443 Dinger 131 153 111 395 Walking 1? 153 124 424 Totals 795 744 676 22i5 REAL THINGS. 1st 2d 3d Total Melnhart 118 149 181 448 Garden 129 125 93 347 r>i,,k.>a nr. ill f?? ta' Blond 92 101 134 327 Blind 98 100 100 298 Totals 552 610 ?39 l5tt Carroll Club League. t The Bowlers won two out of three from Silver Kings in the Carroll Club league Inst night. Scores. SILVER KINGS. 1st 2d 3d Belt* 120 107 33 Carrol! 115 1G4 no I Evans 112 152 111 Sonnefeld 128 no 170 1 Kane 130 n: 153 Vogler 13! 1M 112 1 Totuls 736 870 785 THE BOWkBRS. 1st 2d 3d Kay 12S 143 125 , Miller 13?) 117 124 1 MoFaOtfen 84 15) 138 Go tapers iff.: os 104 94 . BhuW 97 112 !?' 1 ttllnfl 99 1U9 132 I Handicap 113 113 113 ' Totals 749 833 S*G HEAVY TRANSACTIONS In Silver, Probably to Supply Wants of Silversmiths. NEW YORK, Nov. 9.?There were sal^s of silver certificates for forty I thousand ounces on the stock exchange I to-dny at sixty days buyers options at j prices ranging from sixty to sixty and one-half and a sale of 5,000 ounces at sixty regular. The usklng price for certificates has been fifty-nine and onehaif for some time past. Tho sales 1 were made by Zimmerman & Forshay and L. Zimmerman, of that firm, said < In explanation: ; "I attribute thlsj demand to the account of silversmiths, whose needs In i theirrtrade are greater this fall than; i for many years pasjt. At the same time there Is an active demand' from China and India for minting purposes which i has caused sn advance In the price. Silversmith* do not like to be short %of silver at this season In thes^ circumstances and nre providing against the contingency of future advance in the price." BRIDGEPORT HAPPENINGS. Events of a Day in the Town at the End of the Bridge. One of the horses attached to Stanley Hros.' hack, of Harrlsvllle^ dropped deud yesterday afternoon on the back river bridge. The driver was compelled to g?-t one from the livery stable to make the return trip. Mrs. \\\ T. Graham and daughter*, Misses Mury and Margaret, and son Joseph, left yesterday for their home In Chicago, after a short visit with friends In thla city. Miss (ira Howclls, who has been the guest of tlw family of T. (J. Farmer, on Howard street, for u few days, return d to her home In Flushing to-day. Miss Martha Williams entertained a number of friend* last evening. In a very pleasant manner at her home in West Wheeling. The directors of the Dollar Savings bank met yesterday afternoon and declared n dividend of 2 per cent. Thomas Henry und James McGco are visiting for a few days with friends at Mf. Pleasant. Nick Kuhn left yesterday for Guernsey county, to spend a few days quail hunting. Contractor Herry finished curbing Lincoln avenue on the west side last evening. A. i'. Hranum 1ms returned from a business trip through Monroe county. Hew J. 0. Winters, of New Philadelphia, Is visiting friends In this oily; Charles Dougherty left yesterday on a business trip to Phlladelphls. Mrs. Perley Gerhlg. of Salem, Ohio, Is visiting friends in Aetnavllle. Miss Yetln Itussell Is quite III at her home on High street. Kverly South was In Flushing yesterday on business. James McHugh Is In Pittsburgh on business, SPPPICH at St. MatWiew's church, setv,m| by the Ladles of Parish Guild to-night- Me, oabtorxa. !W< Hi. Tho Kind Tun Hot Almp BougM AN ARREST MADE. Qulncy Cnunblett, a Young Farmer, Taken Into Cuitody and CHARGED WITH THE MURDER Of James Gosnell, of Mount Pleasant, - But He Was Soon Released There Being No Evidence to Support the Step the Authorities Bad Taken. Many Hawkshaws Attracted by the Reward of 9500 for the Assassin. The $500 reward offered by the Jefferson county commissioners for the arrest of the assassin of James H. Gosnell, haa started a number of officials and Hawkshaws In an attempt to ferret out the murderer. Everything that looks like a clue is being run down and an arrest yesterday agitated the people of Mt. Pleasant and Smlthfleld township considerably. Quincy Cramblett, son of a Mt. Pleasant township farmer, was taken to Mt. Pleasiint by Constable McMaster, but after a thorough and rigid examination was found to be entirely innocent. Cramblett'c arrest was caused by a report circulated that he had been courting Cornell's daughter, and the father of the girl not desiring Cramblett to visit bis house ordered him away, and that Cramblett. filled with hatred of the old mun, took this means of getting him out of the way. Dr. McGlenn and Constable McMasters both examined Cramblett, but it was found that ha had been at his home the night of the assassination, his mother and father making sworn statements to that effect, Cramblett Is thirty-two years of age and has always borne a goqd reputation 4n the vicinity In which he lives. The examination conducted by Dr. McGlenr. was to ascertain if his shoulder bore any marks that might have been caused by recoil of a gun heavily loaded with slugs, but the doctor found no such marks. After the examination the young farmer returned home with his parents, and the awful crime is still enveloped In mystery with suspicion liable to rest upon almost any person in the neighborhood. THE BIVEE. Yesterday's Departures. Cincinnati....VIRGINIA. 1:20 p. in. Marietta URANIA, 8 u. m. Pittsburgh...LORBNA,4p. m. Pittsburgh.. .GREENWOOD, 10 p. m. SIsterivlTle...RUTH, 3:30 p. m. Clorington.... LEROY, 6 p. m. Stuubenvllle .T. M. BAYNE. 2:30 p. m. Boats Leaving To-day. Marietta.!....URANIA. 8 a. m. Parkersburg.BEN HUH, 11 a. m. Sistersvllle...RUTH, 3:30 p. m. Clarington....LE>ROY, 3:30 p. m. Steubcnvllle..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. m. Boats Leaving To-morrow. Charleston....GREENWOOD. 6:30 a. m. Parkersburg.H. K. BEDFORD, 11 a. m. Marietta URANIA. 8 a. m. Slsteravllle. .RUTH. 3:30 p. m. Clorington.... kBROY, 3:30p. m. 8teubtnvfikf..T. 3f. BAYNE, 2:30 p. m. Along the Landing. The Virginia had two barges in tow, both heavily laden with freight. The Leroy was detained by heavy Offerings, and departed at 6 p. m. The towbont J. O. Rlsher passed up with empties nt 1:20 p. m. Thursdny. The Keystone State left Cincinnati for Wheeling and Pittsburgh yesterday afternoon. The Lorena passed up nt 4 p. m. Thursday, with a line trip out of the Muskingum. The marks at 6 p. m. showed 5 feet 2 inches and falling very slowly. Weather. cloudy and warm. The towbont Smoky City, with a tow of emnties. laid ud at Powhatan yes terday, 011 account of the scant stage o? water. The H. K. Bedford was to have cleared for Pnrkersburg yesterday, but she did not make her appearance, having been delayed eighteen hours by fog. She will be here for Parkersburg Saturday, at 11 a. ni. The Virginia, besides being delayed several hours at Duff's, where she went on the bar, was held back in the upper river several hours by the fog, and did not clear Wheeling for Cincinnati until 1:20 p. m. yesterday. Pittsburgh River News. PITTSBURGH, Nov. 10.?The new towbo.it T. J. Wood, built for the Advance Coal Company, prior to Its absorption by the river combination, has arrived from Mlddleport. The boat Is laid up outside of the coal fleet of the Pacific Coal Company's landing at the Point. The boat has the machinery of the Dauntless, but the hull and cabin of the steamer are new. Few rivermen visited the boat to-day, as It was difficult to get to It. The boat will be used In the pools of the Monongahela river principally. No scale of wages has been adopted by the Monongahela Ktvcr Consolidated Coal and Coke Company. An operator said to-day that ho had not been Instructed to pay the crews of the boats a certain wage and It In expected that the scale price as established by the various organizatWms will be paid, at least on the first trip. The pilots, engineers and firemen. It Is thought, are sure to get the scale. The firemen are rated as skilled laborers. A towboat master said that the last two trips he made to Louisville In last April nnd May. he paid firemen fOO a month and deckhands $.r?0. This is what the men are usklng and no trouble on account of Ue wage question Is expected. It was reported today that the engineer of one of the down river boats quit because a nonunion man was hired as a partner. One or two masters and pilots running In the pools recently quit for the same reason. River Telegrams. OIL CITY?River 1 foot 10 Inches and falling. Weather, cloudy and mild. WARREN?River .9 of a fool. Weather. dear and mild. GREENSBORO?River rt feet 7 Inches and falling. Weather, fair and warm. MOKGANTOWN?River 7 feet 0 Inches and stationary. Weather, clcar and cool. BROWNSVILLE - River 0 feet and stationary. PITTSBURGH?River <5.2 feet nnd falling. Clear and cool. 8TEUBENVILLE ? River 4 feet 1 Inch and falling. Weather, clear nnd cold. Passed up?John <\ Rlsher and Catherine Davis. PA It K ER8BU RG?Ohio river fl feet ami falling. Weather, cloudy; mercury 4C. Passed down?Kanawha. Due down ?Volley Belle and Virginia. Locals on time. Little Kanawha Is falling. FAMILY WASHING. Rough Dry Washed, Starched and Dried D cents per pound. Flat Work, Washed and Ironed, 5 cents per pound. All nana work finished 10 cents per pound. At LTJTZ BROS*. Home 8te*m Laundry. BBLLAIRS HAPPENINOB. Matters of Interact in the ICetropolii of Belmont County. There Is a difference of opinion an to whether the new city building project carried or not The proposition received the necessary number of votes of those counted, but did not receive two-thirds of ail those voting upon that proposition. The special poll booV contains the names of all who caat ballots, but some of these were thrown out for irregulnrlty of one kind and another, enough to change the result. II they are taken into account In reckoning two-thirds. The council will prob. ably declare the result next Tuesdaj evening. Hon. J. J. Gill received more votes ir this county than did Judge Nash. th< candidate for governor, but his plurality in 99 less because of the Belmont candidate for Congress receiving some of the Jones votes. The whole business is so good, however, that nobodj Is bothering about the details of thii kind. The old ferryboat Climax, that did duty for so long nt what was known ai Benson's ferry, has been sold to Pitts burgh parties, who are now calking th? hull to have the wreck towed to Pitts burgh, where It will be rebuilt. A new boat Is now running in place of the Charon until the latter Is overhauled. The slaughter house of John N ?*-.? i?, flrn nn nnrh ni'll HUB UCPUU/CU u; ? ... .... ? hour yesterday morning', und an ic< house adjoining was damaged considerably. The loss is placed at $1,000. Th< Are department saved other adjaceni property. The official plurality in this county it 1,290, as against 999 for Bushnell t\v< years ago. AH of the county officeri had more than thnt. The lieutenani governor was out down to 697, by th< anti-saloon league. Ezra McConnell. and Charles E Burns have switched their postal rum on the Cleveland & Pittsburgh, anr Mr. Burns will move his family to thlf city, while Mr. McConnell will room Ir Wellsvllle. George Koygcr, who was assessed 511 and costs by Mayor Freeze for resisting un ofllcer, was taken to St. Clalrsville yesterday, in default of paymew or ball. . Bellnire is reasonable certain t( have a new hall, either through the vote of last Tuesday or by the gentlemen named yesterday. The Crystal glass works resumec work yesterday, and will continue under the present management for som< time to come. In the nine precincts of this city anc: township Jones got 70 votes. Ther< were 28 Prohibition votes and 14 Unlor Reform. The Young Men's Club will hold c public reception at their rooms or Thursday evening. November 2.1. James W. McGary, aged sixty-si? years, died at his home on Brooks' run yesterday. Revival services are being held at the First M. E. church. MARTIN'S FERRY NEWS. The Daily Chronicle of Wheeling'! Progressive Neighbor. Following Is the programme of th( dedicatory services of the Presbyteriar church, to be held Sunday, Novembei 26: Anthem. Invocation. Hymn 19! Scripture. Prayer. Anthem Sermon Dr. A. S. Mulholland. of Unlontown, Pa Anthem. Financial statement or truKiccj>. Offering. Prayer. Hyman 474 Benediction. The remains of Miss Margaret Atwell, who died at Steubenvllle, Wednesday. arrived In this city last even Ing. The remains were taken to th< home of Mark Douglass on North Third street, from where the funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock Interment will be at Mt. Zlon cemetery, The marriage of Mrs Margnrol George to Herbert J. LeSeur. both well known people of this city, is announced to take place Wednesday evening, November Jfi. at the bom5 of the brlde'g parents, on Clay street. A meeting of the new athletic and social club will be hold In the school rooms of St. Mary's church. Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, and all members are requested to he present. The funeral of Daniel Z. McSwords will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from his late residence <?:i Pearl street. Interment will be at Rlvervlew cemetery. Orvllle McSwords arrived here yesterday from Richmond. Va., to attend the funeral of his brother. Mien Minnie Helfenbine.of Kim Grove. In the guest ?if her brother, W. II., on Jefferson street. Andrew Zlnimer. for drunkenness, was lined $1 and costs yesterday, by Mayor Shlpman. W. C. Balr. leaves to-day for his homo at Freeport, to spend a few days with his parents. E. M. Houser went to Guernsey county yesterday, to spend a few days quail hunting. The Laughlln shut down yesterday on account of a shortage of steel. Miss Retta Wright Is quite III at her home on Washington street. W. H. Helfenblne was In Adena yesterday, on business. Tie Husklns returned last evening from East Liverpool. M. E. Cole was In Steubenvllle yesterday on business. BENWOOD. News Notes From the Busy Marshall County Town. Tickets are out for the M. E. church fair and festival, which will run from November 25 to December 4, Sunday evening omitted. An extra fine programme will be rendered on ThanksgivIng night. One of the several committees has taken 500 tickets to sell, and has already disposed of nearly the entire supply. Nothing is known yet whether the property owners In the north end have come down In tlirlr steep demands for the ground desired by the Riverside for extension of its plant. It la feared the Improvements may go to other plants of the National Tube Company if no deal is reached In Benwood. The Union District T< achi rs' Association will meet nt Sllverslde school, about eight miles from Benwood, Saturday afternoon and evening. A crowd from here will go out In a big picnic wagon. .Every purchaser of a bottle of Gates' White Pine Cough Syrup, at 25 cents, is entitled to a guess as to how long it will take to sell 125 bottles of this sure remedy. The best guesser will net $5. Ex-Marshal Louis Goceke has been selected by the committee on police to succeed officer Fisher, resigned. It is likely the selection will be confirmed by council at Its meeting next wrek. Fremont Lyon, a Halflrrtore Ohl/i employe at the Junction,- had a hand mushed yesterday. Ills injuries were attended to at the Emergency hospital. One finger was amputated. Miss Cora Edwnrds was pleasantly surprised last evening by a party of her friends at her home, on Water street, The evening was spent In the usual dlversions. Shortage of metal and coal Is Interfnring with the program of tht* Wheeling ste?*l works. The strike at the Moundsvllle coal mine caused a coal shortage. Renwood Council No. 152. Jr. O. IJ. A M., Initiated several candidates at lt? meeting last night. This council I? growing fast. William Crow, of Video, Pa., was vis. Itlng his brother-in-law, Dr. Alley, yes. terday. \ The Care that Cures/ p Coughs, K \ Colds, ! ; ? Grippe, k \ Whooping Cough, Asthma. 1 4] Bronchitis and Inclplont A [ 5/ Consumption, Is Jr folios] ;i P 5 ' \ TVe &BHAN REMEDY" ft P GurcsXWwft MA Wo iueasev J 1 dwafjVa. 25^50 rtsA : Skip TDanttd. 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Address Peal Medicine To., Cleveland, 0, For Sale by Charles R. Ooptze, Druggist, Twelfth una Market Streets, SKacMnffitn. "REDMAN & CO.,"" Machinists. Repairing of all kinds of machinery promptly and quickly cxocuted, ocjtf SKuxic. STAM)ARD MALE QUARTETlC 01 WHEELING. W. V*. Open lo sing at Concerts, Receptions, Musicals, etc. l or terms apply to I'ROt. I. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS. f?l liot M-rkrl Slrrc'.. The Intelligencer.. Job Printing Office The lawst and most complete Job Printing Establishment In tho city and one of tho most extensive In tho Ohio Valley. Possesses every facility for tho *'* prompt execution of oil kinds of ' work, from a Neat Card or Cir culur to a Monster Poster, in any varloty of colors, at tho shortest notloo and on the most reasonnblo \ terms. Country merchants, farm, ers and others requiring Store 13111s, Public Halo lillls, etc., Will find it to their advantage to call at or address Tho lntelllgenoer Job Printing ORlco. Situation* One Help Wanted. V I For Rent. Cent Fors*,BEtc., Etc., Etc. 3... The One Cent Word Column of the M/ 1 tntcltt&cnccr Brings If OlU Quick Returns on Small Investment. Co J2oaa. WK l6aTT"MONEY ON RBAL B8> TATE on easy monthly payments. Write for particular/. It. H. SLOAN. Secretary! Telephone Bulldlnr, Wluflinr. W. Va. autt-ttli4s Dor Stmt .1 For Rent and To Loam roil 1U5XT?Large or Small atom Koonm. TO LOAN?'M.OOOon Real Estnte. JAMES L. HAWLEY* Ileal Entntonnd Lonns, lo?S Main Street. 5or Sate. /Sanariiks-Vo~hartz mountain V; Roller*. Male* from SS.oO ut>.' Females iiOe; ul?o Bird Cages, at henry HELM HRiOHT h, cortwr Market ana sixtn streets. oc24 "ITIOK SALE-REAL KSTATB: DKS1RAX1 bio residence for sale, l offer my residence. No. Ill South Front street, quite comfortable and in perfect condition: good location. Inquire No. Hi South Front st. _ so?5 _ WM. J. LL'TiG.. For sale - fink "brick dweu> INO on Fourteenth st; I offer ray residence. No. 115 Fourteenth st for sale; possession and terms to Huit purchaser* Inquire of T B. McLAIN. Dental and Surgical depot, City Bank building. mrll FOR SALE Mv Book, Stationery and News bust* ness, together or separate. A firstclass chance for somebody. C. H. QUIMBY, 1414 Market St. por sale. A Few Choice Lots at Edgington. CHEAP AND ON EAST TERMS. W. V. HOGE, City Bank Building. 1800 Market Street Steal Setate For Sale. ^ 7-room frame house, mod ? ??U li T ern lmpruvcuicms, ai Matiiw wood. A bargain on a quick deal. Theo. W. Fink & Co., PEABODY BUILDING. FOR SALE. 4-roomed dwelling at 45 Thirteenth street for $1,170. Splendid 7-roomed dwelling, At 44 South Broadway. Cottage with modern convenience! at 71 Zane street at a bargain. Your last chance to get a lot on Fifteentn street for 81,000. 81.275 will buy 78x150 at Beho Point, in good location. It will pay as an investment if you don't want to build. G. O. SMITH.} JftSEg.'goBdl1!: National Exchange Bank Building. REAL ESTATE BULLETIN. WANTED?Good Mortgage Loan on City and County Real Estate. BSD for lot on Llnd street. 1400 for u lot on East McColloch street; 40 feet front. $250 for lot at Park View. SSOt) for lot 25x100, Wood strqet, South ^Yl.500.n&.600. fl.TCO and I1.SOO for lota and building sites in Pleasant Valley. $1,750 for C-roomed howe and lot, 8ooth York street. .... ... 94,000 for two-story brick dwelling and lot. North Main street: very beat location, n f2 SCO and JS.COO each for two brick dwellintra and loi on Fifteenth street. ACOO for 6-roomed frame dwelling, lot tfi by 100. corner Thirty-fourth and Chapllne %%',or brick residence and lot on Fifteenth street. New Bulletin Issued next week.. C. A. SCHAEFER & CO., Telephone No. 517. Corner Fourteenth and Market Streets.. . ...".FOR RENT.... A Month No. 1129 Eoff street. 4 rooms #12 00 No. Ifiltf Main sireet, furbished barber I shop ana bath'room. 13 a week. I No. 3Sn Main street. .1 rooms, and both gases furnished for 10 00 No. 2817 Chapllne street, 1st floor & 60 No. 2620 Ailey B, 2 rooms S00 6-roomed house Martin's Ferry 19 00 ; 4-roome.d house east of Coal Cut o 00 No. 82 Sixteenth street, store room.... 10 00 Ground on Wood street?will leaaa tor a > term Qf years. FOR SALE. Desirable property on Chapllne street?4 corner lot. 6ft feet front. No. 32 Sixteenth street. No. 21 Maryland street. No. 73 North York street. No. 107n McColloch street. No. fa' Seventeenth street. Corner lot on Fifteenth street.Lot on South Front street. No. 442 Main street. No. 422 and 429% Market street No. 2241 Main street. J AMES A. HENRY. Real Estate Agent, Collector. Notai7 Public and Pension Agent, No. 1AU Main street. no2 financial. JOH. 9EYBOLD... .7f!7. President J A. JEFFERSON Cashier CHA8. LAM Li Assistant Csshiet BANK OF WHEELING. CAPITAL, 9*,'<K),(KM>, PAID IX. WHEELING, W. VA. DIRECTORS. Alien Brock. Joseph F. Paull. Choa. Schmidt. 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