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j: BASE BALL ? BOWLING, I
.!' Sporting]
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| BOXINd f! CYCLING. I
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THEY CLASH TO-NIGHT.
Kennedy and Collyer Como Together
For Twenty Hounds To-Night in
the Metropolitan Club?Collyer the
Local Favorite.
The sports ot<the trl-state radius will
UwK lo t he Parana of the M. A.#C., at
Fultonl thl3 evening to witness what
everybody believes will be the greatest
pugilistic event ever pulled art by the
-Mets." In'Frank Collyer. ot Brooklyn,
ar.J Eddie Kennedy, of Pittsburgh, the
club secured two of the beat HO-poundors
in the country, and ashoth men aro
announced to have trained to the hour
for to-night's battle, the expectation is
general that they will put up an article
of "scrap" that will cnth'uso the spectators.
Kennedy and his manager, Jimmy
Mason, were expected to'arrive from
Pittsburgh early Sunday evening, but
they had not made their apeparance up
to a late hour In the night. Doubtless
they will come down from the Smoky
City this morning, and will be followed
In the afternoon by a large delegation
of Pittsburgh sports, all-of whom arc
said to have Kennedy coin galore. Collvrr
has made such a fine impression
upon the. Wheeling followers of ring
events that It is likely nearly all of
them will line up for the Brooklynlte
with both enthusiasm and money, and
Dl.icKiirirkap'c Kotrlnf Ahnltsnm. tftll
go untaken.
Collyer ha* been forced by Kennedy
to concede catch-weights, but the former's
friends need,n.Qt.worry over It, as
the Col Iyer lieutenants have given out
the tip that Frank will take on a few
pounds himself, and possibly will outneigh
the Pittsburgher to-night- Col!yer
has fought at above 140, and is "said
to be even stronger at added weight.
The preliminary will b*^ put on at
S:30, and the main event at 9:30. In the
preliminary. "Buzz" Auber, of this city,
ar.d Glllhooley, the "Bridgeport Terror.will
go ten lively rounds. The
Bridgeporter Is preceded by a reputation
as a terrible punlsher, but Auber's
friends believe he can hold his own and
then some. *
Colonol P. J. Murphy will referee both
contests.
INTER STATE LEAGUE.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Clubs. Won. Lo$t. PePr.
Dayton 79 3S .573
Fort Wayne 73 46 .C13
Toledo 7r> ? .5*?3
Wheeling C3 Si .533
Mansfield W SS .431
Anderson 51 63 .<47
New Castle 33 73 .?5
Marion 34 73 .301
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
Wheeling 14. Fort Wayne 4.
Mansfield S. Toledo 2.
Man*flel<I S. Toledo 1.
Dayton 3. Marion 0.
Dayton 5. Marlon 1.
Anderson 3, New Castlo 0.
SATURDAY'S GAMES.
Mansfield 4. Wheeling 1.
Fort Wnyne 4. New Castle 3.
Fort Wayne 3, New Castle 1
Marlon 1. Anderson 0.
Toledo 3, Dayton 3.
Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer.
FORT WAYNE, Aug. 26.?Wheeling
broke its losing street to-day by batting
Fort Wayne's pitchers all over the
Held. Turner was back In the game
and seemed to give the team new life.
Turner played good ball at flrst and his
batting was a feature, one of his hits
being a home run with two men on
bases. Pardee pitched good ball .and
had the Fort Wayne hitters at his
mercy. Both clubs leave to-night for
Wheeling. Wheeling will play nineteen
straight games at home. Jones
will probably pitch for Wheeling today.
Score*.
FORT "WAYNE. AB. 11. BII. TO. A. E.
Belden. lb 5 0 0 1 0 0
Kmeser. s. s 3 2 2 1 0 1
Hemphill, c. t 4 2 14 10
Miller, r. f 4 0 0 o 0 0
Brashear. 3b and lb. 4 0 0 9 1 1
Klelnow. lb 0 0 0 2 2 0
Ream. 3b 4 0 1-211
Holllnesworth. 2b... 4 0 0 2 r. o
DerRen. c 4 0 2 3 1
Harper, p 2 0 0 0 2 1
Schlagel, p 2 0-1 0 0 0
Total* 30 4 7 27 1C 5
"WHEELING. AB. R. BH. I'O. A. E.
Mcanev, r. ?.. C 1 2 3 0 0
CTonjfalton, c. f 0 1 3 0 0 0
Lyons, 2b... 5 3 2 2 S 1
Tomer, lb....... 5 2 4 9 0 0
Cockman. s. s 4 2 2 4 1 1
Taylor. 2b....'. 5 2 3 1 2 1
Lytic, 1. t <114 0 0
Boyd, c 5 2 1110
Pardee, p 4 0 2 0 1 0
Totals (I 14 20 27 13 3
Fort Wayne 0 00002020?4
Wheeling 3 0 1 0 0 4 2 3 1-14
Two-ba?e bits, Lyon*. Taylor. Home
run. Turner. . Sacrifice hit. Lytic. Stol-n
oawcs, tvrucger, HempUlU. Bergen. (Jockrnan.
Schlngel. Rases on balL?, by Sebl.tgel
1: by Pardee 3. Hit batter, by Schla- I
Scl 1. Struck out. by Harper 2: by Puree
5; by Schlag(;l l. Umpire, Caruthsrs. I
Time, 2:15.
Other Inter-State Games. |
At Dayton. First frame. R II E !
Dayton 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 ?C 7 o
Marion 0 0.0* 000000-021
Ratterlcn?Mooro and Donahue; Allc-1
mans and Lynch.
At Dayton. Second Game. RIIE
Dayton 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 -Z 12 a
Marion 1 0000000 0-1211
Ratterlc*?Moore nnd Donahue; McoCrd
and Lynch.
At Toledo (First game):? R'lTR I
Toledo 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 7 2
Mansfield 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 1?S 15 1
Ratterlcs?Jo*?. Ewlng and Hnnnaford;
Smith nnd Fox.
At Toledo (Second game):? RUE
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 r. C
Mansfield 3 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 *-3 12 1
Hatter le??Joss nnd Arthur; Meredith
nnd Fox.
At Anderson:? RUE
Andnraon 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-3 12 2
New Ca*lle.;..0 0000000 0-0 41
Ratterlep?'Wolfe and Bevlllo; Fifgemler
anil Gramus.
BASE BALL COMMENT.
The Wheelings return this morning,
and In the afternoon cross bats with
the strong Fort Waynes. For the locals
"Rumpus" Jones will make a desperate
effort to overthrow his old team
mates, and Swalm will put 'em over for
the Hooslers.
Wheeling now has a stretch of nlnottea
straight games on the home
-
grounds, and Mill has a chance to take ta
third placc?, or even second position, j te
Dayton has cinched the pennant good nj
ami strong, but there's still a pretty' '?
fight for second honors.' ' el
" j ui
Tom Turner got baclT ltr^he game in
yest-rday with' four hits, otie a homer, m
*> ui
Just thlhk of Mansfield-trimming trie
protid'-Toledo* two Irian afternoon on
their own grounds! 'By the way, there T
Isn't another team In the league that is
playing the game Mansfield has been
putting up .for the past three weeks.
They, may break Into the first division. ^
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NATIONAL LEAGUE. 5
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STANDING OF CLUBS. m
Won. Lo?t Tfr. ,
Brooklyn SS X! -.mi L
Pittsburgh K A3-. 1 .SW D
Philadelphia ?0 43 .610 r.
Boston ? 43 .500 V'
Chicago ? SI .M JJ
Cincinnati 4S 53 .475
SL Louis ? 51 .174 ?
New York S) 57 .?? &
tt
YESTERDAYS GAMES. U|
Cincinnati 1, Pittsburgh 0. ro
St. Louis 6, Chicago S., _T
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' CINCINNATI. August 26.?A base on ^
balls to Barrett, Crawford's sacrifice and 111
Beckley'x hit gave the locals the only run
of the game In the first Inning.'. Both st
pitchers were In fine form, and brilliantly o!
sunnort^d Rrnre: ^
CINCINNATI. AB* h. BH. PO. A. E. th
Barren, c. f 2 1 0 1 0 0;
Crawford, 1. f 2 0 1 3 0 0 U1
Steinfeldt, 3b..I...... 3 0. 0 0 2 0 to
Corcoran, a. s 3 0 0 2 2 0
Becklev, lb 3 0 2 11 0 0
McBrlde. r. 1 3 0-0 1 0 0 er
Quinn. 2b 3 0 0.1 4 0 ?G
Xahoe, c 3 0 0 8 2? 0 ...
Hahn. p 3 0 0 0 4 0 ?1
Totals ...........3 ~1 1 5. S3 *0 M
PITTSBURGH. AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Beaumont, c. f 4 0 1 2 0 0
Clarko, I. f 4 0 1 0 0 0 ed
O'Brien, lb 4 0 0 .11 0 0 th
Wagner, r. f i 0 2 0 0 0 "
Leach. 3b 3 0 0 3 6 0 m
Ritchey. 2b 3 0 1 3 0 1 n<
Schrlver, c 2 0 12 10
Ely. s. b 3 0 0 16 0
PhllUppU p 3 0.0 o 0 0s:
Totals ...? 0 6 24 32 1 la
Cincinnati 1 1 I I I I) 0 M tc
Pittsburgh 0 1 t 11 It 0 i M
Earned runs, Cincinnati L Two-base ?,<
hit. Schrlver. Double play. Leach and
Rltchey. First base on ball!*, off Hahn 1; w
off Phtlllppl 1. Struck out, by Halm 7; or
by Phillipni 3. Attendance. 4.42S. Time,
1:40. Umpires, Latham and Leever.
te
Callahan Hit Hard. y?
ST. LOUIS, August 26.?St. Louis sue- ^
ceeded to-day in winning from Callahan.
The Chicago twlrler was hit hard and at B
opportune times. Attendance, 7,W0. Score: P,
r. lit, xt
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 '0 *?6 14 1
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0?3 7. 3
Batteries. Jones and Crlger; Callahan, 63
Chance ami Dexter. Earned run#. Su vJ
fiouls 3. Umpire, Warner. Time, 1:51
American League. "W
At Buffalo:? It H E Ic
Buffalo 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 1-7-16 4
Cleveland 2 10000000-360
At Leavenworth:? KHE
Milwaukee ,...0 0 1 1 0 0 5 0 *?7 10 0 fe
Minneapolis .0 00000033 0-3 9 2
BOWLING. F
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Mozart Park League.
Club. Won. Lout. Pet. Ave. j.
C. C. C. ? li> .792 1000
W\ B. It. R 37 11 .771 . y75 H
K. IC. K 36 12 .75) 5008
Osceola 33 15 ,68V 5*3
i Benwood IS TO . .375 JC'l th
All Alike 15 - 33 .313 S7? st
Henry George 41 31 .2*2 . f$2
Columbia 1 47 .03 776 '
Benwood continues holding a big lead In P;
the third series race, as follows: p,
Club. Won. Lost. vPct. . ;
Benwood 5 .-'T 1 r>~ .533
All Alike 1 5 .107 fr
Henry George... 0 1 G. .000 \r
Columbia 0 6 .000
Individual averages are as follow?:Player.
Team. Games. Ave. th
Hundlnn. C. C.. C 36 ISO re
1 Browne. C. C. C 23 179
Emblem. K. K. K 42 176
Under.. K. K. K 45 176 Si
Voglcr. K. K. K 27 in qi
WeltzH, C. C. C 36 171 31
I Stubbles. C. C. C 42 171
Carter. Osceola 4? 171 .
Wilson. K. K. K ......33 170 Ie
White. W. It. II. R 33 Iffi
Blckmeler. K. K. K ..45 7CS
Reed. W. B. R. R .45 107 w
Cochran. C. C. C 23. 106
Carson. Osceola IS 155
Hennlng, W. B. R. R 15 105 or
Wilhelm. W. U. R. R ..4S 1*4
Kraft. All Alike .30 104
I Detwller, Osceola 23 103
: Junkln.*. W. B. R R 33 103 _
Knoke. K. K. K 77 1G2
Stewart. W. B. R R ;20 101
Tom O'Brien. Benwood 15 159
1 Carbon. Osceola 27 159
C. Northman. Benwood 33 15S ?.
Rahr. All Allko 30 157
Fette. All Alike IS 157 "
O'Nlell. Henry George 3 150 ]a
Schambra. Henry George 35 .. 156
McDonald. Benwood SO 150
John O'Brien. Benwood 3>J . .'55
King. W. B. R. R ..30 155 h.
Thoner. Henry George 2>y 153
Kirchner, Henry George 4S 151 Ti
W. Branch. All Alike 21 151 ie
i Kittling. All Alike \U ! ? to
Wells. Henry George -< , 1??0
i Smith, Benwood 27 150
C. Kearos. Benwood 45 ' In)
Sailers, benwood XI 119
Picket. Henry George 3a 149 fr
A. Nortemnn. Osceola S3 143 m
Landers. Benwood 9 14*
G. Kearns. Benwood 32 J45 lt
Bremer. Osceola ...27 145
McGranahan. Henry George 0 143
J. Nolte. Osceola 24 1?1 w
| IMnnkey. All Alike 31 -.40 \v
Am.lt. AJI Alike 27 123
Kenney. Columbia 39 13i
Mitchell. Columbia 39 ' 136
Cox. Columbia ...3) 130
Habit;. Columbia 45 129
Cravcr, Columbia ,....24 1 27 Ct
Porter. Columbia 27 12S
Clifton, Columbia 24 125 ^
WON BY THE VESPERS. V
The Americana Were Prohibitive Fa- di
vorites at Paris Yesterday. n!
PARIS, Aug. 2C.?The Vesper Boat
Club, of Philadelphia, to-day won the
seniors cignt cnamjuonsuip, the only
event In the International regatta held
under the auspices of the Paris exposltton,
In which America competed.
Several thousand spectator* gathered
along the banks of the Seine at Aanlerfts
where the regatta waa held. A large
number of their fellow countrymen ^
cheered the American crew to victory- p
The Vespers would have preferred a
warmer day but. In other reapecta, they ^
thought the conditions perfect. Every J(
man of the crow was trained to the
hour and all regarded the result aa a. tj,
foregone conclusion, d.
This conviction waa shared by the
bookmakers, who flatly refused all bets ^
on the Americans.. The Ghent cfcw vj
were were the second choice at 3 to 1
against them. jn
j Four crews competed, the others be|
Ing the Minerva eight from Amsterdam, ^
and the Germanla, of Hamburg. The
race began at 5:15 p. m. The Americana
were clearly physically superior to their tls
opponents, their big frames and athletic G<
build evoking flattering comment when'
they carried their oars from the 'boat* G
house to the water aide and took tfjeir at
places In the shell. \'t f B.
Immediately on the flrlnp of the pistol,
the Vespers went ahead. That*
their aelf-confidencu was well founded
waa shown- in thtt first- few hundred b
yards, when they had secured such a fi|
lead aa dispelled all doubt of their vlc
ry. From that moment Interest cenred
irf the distance - by which thsy
ould fcr}g. Amid cheers they finished
' i*; 1 b>* several lengths. Time,
Iblnut .'s 7 4-5 seconds. The Ghent
ght* had-second place. Time, 6 roln:es
13 4-6 seconds; the Minervas third,
i 6 mlnues and '25 seconds, the Gtriiuiias
bringjng up the rear in 6 mlntei
S31-5 seconds.
?+*+
MAETTN'S FERSY NEWS,
hn TTTT II _
-m viuwuiw? uj. nucciuig a
?VK Progressive Neighbor.
The following left here yesterday over
ic Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling for
etroit, Mich.: S. G. Robinson, James
atet9n, Frank McCarty, Poter Miller,
dwhrd Groves, John Bush, Thomas
larllng, Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel faope,
r. and Mrs. S. T. Miller, R. A. Llndeuth,
Jesse Moore,-Harry Webb, Mr.
id t Mrs. E. H. Rider, Mr. and Mrs.
ouLs Frick, M. and Mrs. F. H. Elck,
. D. Parks, Henry Stlllwell, William
row/, R C. Montgomery and Dr. Frank
orrlsoQ.
The Republican marching club met at
:heehle's hall Saturday evening for
ieJpurpose of selecting uniforms. The
llform of the mounted club will-be a
lugh rider hat, brown coat and legns
and white suits with blue trlmlngs
will be the( uniform of the
arching club.
A. G. Shaver was thrown from a
reet car oaturaay evening in rront
: the city building and received seversevere
bruises. He was carried to
le city buildjng and after a few inln:ea*
recuperation was able to vwalk
? his home on Third streetC.
H. Over arrived here Saturday evlingr
from Muncle, Ind., in response
i . a message announcing the serious
Iness of his mother, Mrs. Matilda
ver, at the residence of her daughter,
rs. William Joy, on South Broadway.
A special meeting of council was calll
for Saturday night but owing to
le fact that there were not enough
embers present to pass ordinances,
>thlng of Importance was done.
Scott "Red Xlp" Coss was arrested
iturday evening" for using profane
nguage. He will have a hearing beire
the mayor this morning.
A. J. Delter left yesterday for his
jme at Sardls after a week's visit
1th his daughter, Mrs. H. W. Gaudlng,
1 Tfilrd street.
Xo services were held at the Presbyrlan
or United Presbyterian churches
?sterday on account of the absence of.
le pastors.
Mrs. J. W. Darrah and brother, A. S.
lackford, left Saturday for Freeport,
a., to spend a couple of weeks with,
latlves.
Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Robinson are
cpected home to-day from a months'
sit with relatives at Allegheny.
The regular teachers' examination
ill be held at the Central school bulldig
next Saturday morning.
John Mickell and Thomas Padden
ent to Cleveland yesterday to spend a
i\v days with friends.
The commissioners of the Martin's
erry and Coleraln pike will have a
>ec!al meeting Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Wattler, of Glcn?lie,
W. Va.. were the guests of Geo.
. Smith yesterday.
John Brugbacher, of Woodsfleld, was
le guest of H. W. Gaudlng on Third
reet over Sunday.
Rev. P. G. Evans, of Wllkesbarre,
a., filled the Welsh Congregational
ilplt yesterday.
E. J. A. Drennen returned Saturday
om a week's business trip through
Ichlgan.
Frank Hlpklns goes to Steubenvllle
us morning 10 spend a lew uays witn
latlves.
The Star theater will be opened next
iturday evening with the Nashville
:udents.
R. W. Marshall has returned from a
w days' visit with friends at Sclo.
The public schools will reopen one
eek from to-day.
J.. Glitch left yesterday for Milwaukee
i business.
BRIDGEPORT HAPPENINGS.
vents of a Day In the Town at thi
End of the Bridge.
Rev. Alfred Kelley, who has been the
jest of R. R. Barrett, in Klrkwood,
>r a few days, left Saturday for Atntlc
City, to spend a few days before
turning to his home at Frazler, Pa,
Mrs. J. W. Riley and daughgter, who
ive been the guests of tbe family of
ho mas Hill for the past two weeks,
ft yesterday for their home at Union
>wn, Pa.
The funeral of Charles Sommcrs will
ike place this afternoon at 2 o'clock
om he family residence. The Interen
t will be made at Llnwood cemery.
The Dellispar-Wleglnton case, which
as up before Squire Clemens last
eek and was continued, will come up
jaln Wednesday evening.
About twenty from this city took in
le Cleveland, Loruln & Wheeling exirslon
to Detroit yesterday.
A large number from here attended
le picnic given by the Foresters at
'heeling park Saturday.
About a dozen from here left yesterly
for Chicago to attend the G. A. R.
itlonal encampment.
The lower part of the Crystal glass
orks will resume this morning after a
vo months' Idleness.
Mrs. Ralph Lawrence has returned
om a visit with her mother at New
umberland.
J. H. Hall and Chnrles Adolph left
jstcrday for the national encampmcnt
I Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Lewis have reirned
fro ma visit with relatives at
Ittsburgh.
Robert Smith has returned from a
vo months' visit with his brother at
>l!et, 111.
Miss Ella Guilbert, of Piedmont, is
ic guest of Miss Ida Glffen for a few
iys.
Mrs. Laura Tyler, of Columbus, is
e guest of Mro. John Trick, In Aetnalie.
Saturday was pay day at the Wheelg
Creek mines.
Lee Coen, of Lisbon, spent Sunday In
Is city.
"STRIKE Up the Hand, Here Comes
ic Sailor"?the latest successful song.
?t it at the F:\V. BAUMER CO.'S.
f| - anih: . .
TIIE "Nightingale" Mandolins and
ultars, with double sounding boards,
e meeting with a ready sale at F. W.
AUMEH CO.'S. Their success Is due
their superiority over other Instruents.
? ^
OABTOniA.
? v.; > m uuvavi/ jv A? ilV/UUW
ijatm
Tortured by Nervous Diseases,
Women find In Celery King the great healing
tonic that free* them, from pain and makes
living a Joyful experience. '
Ccnrtlpatlon, headache and stomach, liver
and kidney diseases all yield to the Influence
of this grand medicine.
Celery King Is a peculiarly pleasant medicine.
It is sold In Sc. and 60c. packages by
druggists. . . ^ . - V , 7
BELLAIBE HAPPENINGS.
Matters of Interest in the MetropoHi
of Belmont County.
The colored voters of the city are stirring
thmselves Into an organization
called the McKlnley-Glll club. Committees
are at work securing members
and they are confident they will have
two. hundred members. Four years ago
they had a McKlnley-Danford club
with 147 members, and those In a position
to know say they'.will have at
least 200 this year; The colored voters
are enthusiastic and earnest and will
have a creditable organization.
For G. A. B. Encampment.
Henry W. Rolls, J. C. Willis, T. E.
Smith and Robert Sutor left Saturday
for the G. A. II. encampment at Chicago.
Others who took advantage of
the cheap rates to go there were Mrs.
J. B. Gibson, Mrs. John B. Watt, Mrs.
John Kaln and Miss Mary Murphy.
Th& Mrs. Lancaster Funeral.
The funeral of Airs. Mary L. Lancaster
took place yesterday afternoon and
services were conducted by Rev. E. A.
Simon, of the first M. E. church. There
was a large concourse of-sorrowing
friends present, the Daughters.of Liberty
turning out In a body. The remains
were laid to rest . In Rose-Kill
cemetery.
SAl.i',
The Farmers Indignant.
The constable 'of Meade township
found and has In his possession 150
half pints of whisky that had been stored
with more In a sheep .shed near
where the harvest home plcqic was
held last Thursday. The farmers and
their friends,fwere so outraged by the
drunkenness growing out o?the illegal
sales of liquor then* that jlhe" guilty
ones are likely to answer "to all the
charges that' can De made. ice saloon
man who furnished It was "the
man behind the'gun," but he wasn't entirely
hid. according to later. developments.
Off
For Detroit.
The Uniform Rank K. of P. accompanied
by their band, left yesterday
morning over the Cleveland. Lorain &
Wheeling railroad for Detroit The
special train was composed of four
coaches and all were filled.' Captain
Moore had forty-six men In line, besides
the K. of P. band, and the boys
presented a very nobby appearance.
Quite a number" of'the'Krifohts were
accompanied by their families.
Bellair? Briefs.
A. Kern and wife. Misses Clements
and Miss Mary Parks have returned
home from their two weeks' stay in
Atlantic City. They all report an excellent
time.
The three new dwelling houses belonging
to Mrs; F. B. Archer In the
Fourth ward are about completed and
will be ready for occupancy by September
1.
James H. and Emerson Keyser have
bought a thirty-five acre farm in Mead
township for 51.660. The coal underlying
the place had been previously sold.
John Ehler and wife returned yesterday
from a three weeks' stay with
friends and relatives in the vicinity of
Belmont.
Miss Laura Wood returned-Saturday
to her home in Cambridge after spending
a week with relatives in the Fifth
ward.
Misses Ella and Grace, Aplln,. of,
C.innl Dnvpr. Ohio, are the euests inf
the Misses Corbett, In the Third ward.
Miss Berenice McCroby has returned
hftme from a two weeks' visit wflh relatives
In Barnesvllle.
Miss Jessie Pickett will leave shortly
for Philadelphia, where she will take a
course In a training school.
Will Stephens, of Bamesvllle, accompanied
the K. of P. band to Detroit
yesterday.
Charles Hembrod has returned from
a ten days' visit with his parents at
Clarlngton.
George McGrew Is Improving very
slowly from his .attack of typhoid fever.
Fred C. Kemplo, of Erie, Pa., Is visiting
his parents.
THE HIVEB.
The marks at 6 p. m. Sunday showed
2 feet 9 Inches and falling.
To-day's packets are the Telephone
forMatamoras at 11 a. m.. and the F. A.
Goebel for Clarlngton at 3:30 p. m.
Tuesday's packets are the H. K. Bedford
for Parkersburg at 10:30 a. m., and
the F. A. Gocbcl for Clarlngton at 3:30
p. m.
Itivor j.ciegTams.
OIL CITY?River : inches nnd falling.
WARREN?River at low water mark.
Weather, clear and warm.
GREENSBORO?River 7 feet and
stationary. Weather, clear and warm.
BROWNSVILLE?River & feet 11
Inchcs and stationary.
PITTSBURGH?River 3.7 feet and
falling.- Weather, clear and warm.
STEUBENVILLE?River 2 feet ,9
lnch#s and stationary. Weather, clear
and warm.
GALLIPOLIS?River 5 feet 6 Inches
and rising. Weather, clear and hot. Up
?Llzxle Bay and Valley Belle.
Tho Appetite of a Goat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose
Stomach and Liver are out of order. All
Huch should know that Dr. King's Sew
Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and
Liver Remedy, glv*? a splendid appetite,
sound digestion and a regular bodily
hnblt that Insures perfect health and
gri^at energy. Only 2Sc,- at Logan Drug
Co.'s drug store.
FAMILY WASHING. Rough
Dit Washed, Starched and
Dried 5 cents per pound.
Flat Work, washed and Ironed, 5
cents per pound.
All hand work finished 10 cents
per pound. At LUTZ BROS'.
Home Stesm Laundry.
JL - I . IfVV.
Situations Wanted.
One Help Wanted. I
For Rent.
Cent Fors-lc- pp
Etc., Etc.. Ett.
Tiie 'one vcm. a
! Word Column of the
117 * Intelligencer Brlntfs
Worn Quick Returns on a
Small Investment.
WANTED.
"llj*ANTED?TO RENT A ROOM 8U1TTT
ABLE for drilling a club. Good
slxed one preferred. Address M. C., care
Intelligencer oIHce. auU .
TITAN TED-BT A WHOLESALE
TT house, an experienced bookkeeper;
state experience and salary wanted, with
references. Box 25. Wheeling. W. Va.
. auU*
"\T7"ANTED?EXPERIENCED AND ENT
V ERGETIC palesmen to sell the well
known Dleterlchs Valve-Oleum Lubricating
Oils to the consuming trade on
commission. Apply to DIETF.RICHB
VALVE-OLEUM OIL CO.. Gfl Garfield
Building. Cleveland. Ohio. Ja??_
W7"AXTED-^POSITION OF ASSISTANT
V to physician and surgeon la West Virginia.
Have hod Ave years' experience.
Am willing to do the hard work, or can
operate any of the modern mechanical apparatus,
Including Hydro and Electro
Theropy In their various forms. Can furnish
references. Address Lock Box No. 6,
Greensboro, Pa. m&s
"ITTA NTED-AGENTS FOR THE
TV great Confederate Naval War History.
"Recollections of a Naval Life. Including
the Cruises of the C. S. S. 'Sumter'
and 'Alabama.'" by Captain John'
Mcintosh Kcll, executive officer on both
ships. A general agent wanted for each
town In the stato. Sells on sight. THE
NEALE CO., Pub'lshers. Washington.
D. C. Je25
AGENTS WANTED.
OQ TO W DAILY EASILY MADE
by our Live Agents, men and women,
selling our latest Novelty, Campaign
Waterproof Tfecktles. Goods entirely new
and patented. Agents delighted. Sales
unlimited. What others do. you can. do.
Time is short. Write to-day and secure
exclusive territory. Guaranteed best seller.
Address with stamp. 31. & M. MANFG.
CO.. Dept. C.. Springfield. Mass. aul3
ACHATS AND TRAVtLIAU CkAL.r.3MEN
WANTED?By Jewelry manufacturera:
salary and expense guaranteed;
write for particulars at once, or
send money ordei for S7 73 for sample of
Elgin or W'altham. full Jewel, 14-k filled
watch, retailing nt JC5 (with1 privilege of
returning): guarantee for ? years in
every watch. NEW ENGLAND WATCH
CO.. Milwaukee. Wis. . Jc30
FOE RENT.
For rent-stable, rear of zz
Virginia street. Island
TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN
In Amounts.
S250, S300. S400,
$500, $600, $300,
81,000, $1,200, $1,400,
$1,200, $1,400, $1,500,
$2,000, $3,000, $4,000,
$5,000, $6,000, $8,000,
$10,000,
On Short Notice.
ROLF & ZANE,
Telephone 556. No. 30 Fourteenth Street
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Bankrupt Sale of
Coal and Oil Land.
Will J. Hooher (of Cameron. W. Va.) as
trustee In bankruptcy, will sell at auction
at the Court House In Moundsvillc. W.
Va on SEPTEMBER. S. 1900. THE J. F.
McKENRV FARM, containing 135 acres
of valuable coal nnd oil land, situated at
Garrett Station, on the B. & O. R. R.. in
Marshall county. West Vlrginla.
uu22-mw.&f
PLUMBING, ETC.
SANITARY PLUMBING.
Steam and Hot Water Heating. High
Grade Plumbing Fixtures. Call and nee
the "Llnke" Filters in operations. Plan*,
specifications and estimate* for any work
In our line furnished on application. Prices
moderate, ennsistmt with llrst-class work,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
ROBERT VV. KYLE,
No. 1135 Market St.. Wheeling. W. Vn.
WM. F. C. SCHNELLE,
Plumbing, Gas and Steam fitting.
Dealer In all goods pertaining to the trade.
K12 Main Street,
Telephone 37. Wheeling. W. Va.
WM. HARE & SON,
Practical Plumbers,f+f
Gas and Steam Fitters.
No. 33 Twelfth Street
Work done promptly at rtappnabU prtcg?
J TWELFTH ANNUAL I
? PITTSBURGH (
) EXPOSITSON I
) Opens Sept. 5, Closes Oct. 20. f
S MUSIC BY THE )
f World's Greatest Banas. 5
(THE FAMOUS BANOA ROSSA,S
/ Italj'i Greatest Musical Organuatlin. f
C Sept. 5th to 16th. \
? Emil Patir. wllh the New York \
) Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra, /
C Sept. 17lhlo 223. 1 |
(SOUSAnisBAND)
< DIRECT FROM PARIS. V
C CepL 24th t? 29th, ?nd Oct. 15th to 20th. ) ;
f namrnsrh's New Ynrk S i
/ Symphony Orchestra, (
j w?lter Dimreich. Conductor. f
I CO plcces. Oct. 1st to 13th. \
S NEW ATTRACTIONS. / 1
1 iim kfy the marvellous /
i Jim i\c. i, educated horse. 1 <
? THE MEXICAN VILLAGE. f i
\ A DAY IN THE ALPS. ? :
) THE CRYSTAL MAZE. <
) Philadelphia Commercial Museum, ( '
S Special Exhibit of tho product! of f !
% the entire World. V
\ ADMISSION 25 CENTS. S '
C On? Faro foMho Round Trip on S
j all Rullroads. /
the?
Wheeling
Daily
Intelligencer. 1
Ten Cents 1
A Week. J
.
FOR SALE.
- - .... , . ...
For sale?houses, without
ground; 17 hoimes cast sld? of Jacob
street extended, south of street cars barns ;
In Uenwood. 8. NE8B1TT, Jr., 17Jo Jiarket
street. Telephone M3. an22
FOR SALE..;.
"Springfield,", one of the finest farms tn
the Shenandoah Valley, 3 miles from Bar*
prvllle, Clarke county. Virginia (230 acres).
w. v. hoge,
City Bank Building. Market Street,
Wheeling. W. Va. *
VJuuu I11Y CO 1 iYlCPI I ?
To persons \rishing' to'make v'the
safest possible investment I can offer
special opportunity in Niagara Tails
lots. JAMES L. HAWLEY,
Beal Estate and Loon Agent, 1065
Main Street.
STOCKS FOR SALE.
Eostoria Glass Co. '
.Wheeling Steel <fc Iron Co.
- Wheeling & Belmont Bridge Co.
Wheeling Bridge Co.
Wheeling Pottery Co.
Biverside Pottery Co.
BONDS.
A few choice 5 per cent first mortgage
bonds.
NORTON & COMPANY,
1rt TCnf *d-?v "n?J
FOR SALE ?.
BONDS.
Steubenville, Mingo & Ohio Valley,
Traction Co.
Manufacturers' Light & Heat Co.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Belmont Electric Light & Power
Co., Bellaire, 0.
Industrial Stocks bought and'add *
direct on New York Stock Exchange.
HOWARD HAZLETT & SON,
National Exchange Bank Building.
Investment
Securities.
"We ofter for sale some Are pee
cent first mortgage bonds. Wo.
have examined the security be- "*
hind these bonds and we can rec* ?
ommend them with confidence * .
to investors.
Particulars upon application.
The City Bank
of Wheeling.
REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE
Ten-room, two-story frame
dwelling on South Front
street, river front.
10 PER CENT
INVESTMENT.
C >?
THEO. W. FINK & CO.,
1103 Market Street.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN.
FOR RENT NOW.
3 rooms and kitchen, first floor. No. 743
Main street. $10.00.
2 rooms second floor No. 28 Thirty-fourth
street, J5.00.
1 fine office room, most desirable and
cheap. In Masonic Temple, Including light,
heat and Janitor service.
1 store room, 2004 Main street.
G rooms, second floor, corner Fifteenth
nnil Jnroh
FOR SALE.
1 building lot,'Park'View? 50x150, '$500.
1G building lots in Elm Grove, from $30
upwards.
7 building sites. Pleasant Valley, Jl^OO
to $1,800 a piece.
A grocery business, with postofllce and
real estate. National road and railroad
station: a flne chancc for someone.
1 building lot on T.lnd street, S350.
Money on real estate at any time at 5
and 6 per ccnt. per annum.
Steamship tickets to and from Europe
on all flrst-class lines. "Useful Nates for
Travelers"?FREE.
C. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
Tel-phone 517.
Wheeling, ' W. Va.
A SECURE
INVESTMENT.
We offer for sale at par and accrued
interest a limited number of
First Mortgage 20 Year
5 Per Cent Gold Bonds.
These bonds court the strictest investigation,
are amply protected and highly
recommended by. best authorities.
For further detail* and full particular*
write or call on
WHITE & WHITE,
12 Exchange Bank Building.
Telephone . . . No. 82.
....FOR SALE....
That very desirable home at 90 North
York street: modern 9-roomed houic lot
Mx40Q. with many beautiful shade trees;
street cars pass the property: the hous?
alone has cost over J10.UW. Will sell on
a quick deal for 13.700. The lot Is worth
the half Of It without a stick of wood
on It. . :
Bulldlns lots on Fifteenth street at J54
per front foot. Sell you any, number of
rect you wish.
SURETY BONDS FURNISHED.
G. 0. SMITH,
National Exchange Real Estate.
Bank Building. Fire tnsaranco.
....FOR RENT....
No. 161S Main street, furnished restaurant
and 7 rooms furnished for..$X5 00
No. 1?.\) Alley B, 2 rooms 6 00
No. 32 Twenty-seventh St., 5 rooms.. 13 03
No. n Maryland street 30 00
N'o. 333 Main street. 1st floor. G rooms. 15 00
N'o. 25CS Main street... 3 00
N'o. 2L\2 Mulu Street. 2 rooms.. 6 00
N'o. 1512 Market street, store room....
N'o. 3527 Chapllne street, 2 rooms!'.!'.! 5 00
FOR SALE.
N*o. 21 Maryland street ,....*1.600
No. 21 Fifth street 2,500
Ground 00 feet square on Eighteenth
street $2,500
Lot on Vino street. 60 by 51 feet 125
broomed house on Main street... 1,300
Ko. 32 Sixteenth street, store room.
10 room* and cellar will be sold cheap
If sold In the next 30 days.
Store room and five rooms, brick
bundlm?. a rood location, with an
old established trade, for C.8PC
N'o. 2520 Main street, a full lot.- corner
Twenty-rlxth and Main streets. 2,520
Uot*i?n South Front street 1.700
So. &2 Main street ; 2.500
S*o. 4(2 Main street 2,600
Corner iot on Fifteenth wtrect.
S'o. en North Front street 3.300
S'o. ftl Seventeenth ftreet 2,703
N'o. 148 Eighteenth street 3.00G
Lot east end Nineteenth street, 63
feet front 900
N'o. 32 Sixteenth street, store room
and 10 rooms.
JAMES A. HENRY.
Ileal Estate Agent. Collector, NotArt
Public nnd Tension Agent, No. ISO
Main street.
HAIR BALSAM.
'A1NSUE'S IAIRB ATSAM*
Cleanies and beautifies tho hair. Pro.
notes a luxuriant growth. Never falls
,o restdr? Gray Hair to Its youthful color.
Cures ncalp d!sea?e? and hair fallln*.
"0c a bottle. (Send atampg.)
A. M. AINSL1E CO.,
QLENR1DOE, N. Y.

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