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? BASE BALL, g BOWLING, f Sporting. $ BOXING. || CYCLING. | ANOTHEE FOB BROOKLYN. . 1, -Onf TTti n "Wiqurahlo Ex yitlsuuiB" "tr - ? hibition Against "Champs." PITTSBURGH, Oct. 16.?Pittsburgh put up a mlscrablo exhibition of ball playing jn the second day's game for the world's championship and presented tho garao to Brooklyn on errors. Leever's baso on balls, followed by a wild throw, was reeponslblo for Brooklyn's first run. After that Lccvcr pitched a fine game, but WIN Hams' wild throws and O'Connor's drop of Ely's pood throw to tho plato to eaten Kelley wore responsible tor the other three rurn*. Pittsburgh could not hit KitCon effectively. Tho latter presented a run In the fourth by making a wild pitch when Warner was on third base. The other run In tho seventh was scored by O'Brien's two-baggor and his advancement by Williams' and O'Connor's outs. Outside of the errors there were no special features and the gnmo lacked Interest. The attendance (l.bOO) was kept clown probably by the cqld, windy weather. Score: PITTSBURGH. AB. R. BH. PO. A. E Leach. I. f 4 0 0 G 0 0 lJmumont. c. f 4 0 0 3 0 0 Kltchuy, -b 3 0 0 1 1 0 Wagner, r. f 4 1 l 2.0 0 O Urlen, lb 4 1 1 G 2 0 Willi."ms. 3b 3 0 1 2 2 4 O'Connor, c 3 Cf 0 5 0 1 1 - ? 3 0 1 2 2 0 Lccver, p 3 0 0 1 2 1 Totals 31 2 4 27 9 G BROOKLYN*. AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Jones, c. f 5 0 2 2 0 0 Kceler. r. f 4 0 2 0 0 0 Jennings, lb 5 0 0 12 1 0 Kelley. 1. f 1 2 0 3 0 0 Cross, Sb T? 1 1 1 3 0 Daly, -b 3 0 0 1 1 0 prthlen, s. s 4 1 0 0 C 0 Fur roll, c 4 0 2 6 0 0 KItsou, p 3 0 0 2 1 0 Totals 37 4 7 27 11 0 I Pittsburgh 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-2 Brooklyn 0 10003000-4 Earned runs. none. Two-baao hits, Warner. O'Rrlcn. Sacrifice hit, Daly, j Stolon ba?o, Farrcll. First base on ball's, off beovcr 3; off Kltson 1. Struck out, by Leever 4; by KUson 2. Wild pitch, Kltfon. Time, 2 hours. Umpires, Swartwood und llurst. ""bowling. Wheeling League. Teams. Won. Lost. Per. Wheeling C 0 1,000 Terminus 6 0 1,000 K. K. K 7 2 .77S Oscoolns- 3 3 .600 A. A. Rooters 3 3 .W0 Big Show 4 5 .444 Itouph Riders 4 5 .444 All Allkcs 3 6 .233 Sunny Rrooks 0 6 .000 ~ n r. nrv11 l.oiuinuius - ?' Last night's games resulted In Rough Riders taking two of throo from the Big Show team. Score: HOUGH RIDERS. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total Falck 1&3 213 6-19 Klrchner 133 126 157 416 DelbruRi;e 143 1?4 142 45J Junkcns 129 135 126 -331 King 159 122 11S 359 jUed 170 125 1S2 477 Totals 002 SCI 93S 2G91 no SHOW. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total Ruhr 143 1B2 122 417 Lonp 142 10> 145 417 Stein 11C 124 123 3t3 DruBchel 120 134 109 ?G3 Fox 130 156 93 SS\ Echntor 166 131 144 441 Totals il7 857 741 2415 Umpire?Smith. Scorers?ICrcuger and Pickett. To-night?A. A. Rooters vs. Sunny Brook. Musee League. Last night at tho Musco alleys tho Benwood boys took three straight from ihe Brunswlcks. Following nro tho scores: BENWOOD. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total C. Hems 14S 115. 1C1 452 Saucrs 141 1G7 im 471 G. Kerns 148 113 136 397 O'Brien 12S 148 137 413 Landers J IS 128 90 33? McDonald 102 151 1S3 406 Totals 7S6 S52 637 2175 BRUNSWICK. 1st 2d. 2d. Total Hano 125 136 11G 377 Noll 135 13S 115 3SS Feltz Ill 95 91 297 MrCnv 140 1K7 1M jfti Glllc8ple*M^?.?.?.I "m 146 lis rii blind 13 149 01 3C5 Totals 726 S31 GS1 2241 Carroll Club Junior League. The Loyalists "slashed" two out of three from the Crescents yosterday afternoon. This afternoon tho LoyalUtj and he Victors bowl their postponed game. Bcore: s LOYALISTS. l*t. 2d. 3d. Total .ampbcll IK 115 133 m Schai-fer 110 113 97 22(1 Cundllng 155 95 131 SSI ?ooso S9 107 145 311 \31lnd 127 108 124 853 Totals 636 L33 620 1791 CRESCENTS. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total Hochran 87 76 67 230 flay 59 M S7 215 r.ock 75 05 106 276 J. McFadden 92 135 122 313 Jillnd 120 100 0G 316 Handicap C6 66 C6 398 Totals 4M EM r.44 irjvi AMUSEMENTS. "Midnight in Chinntown." A beautiful story of life In California and the city of San Francisco, Is told In the big romantic melodrama, "Midnight In Chinatown." to be presented it the Grand the last half of this week. The action Is spirited and vigorous, and the many sensations cleverly worked out by the author, each act Increasing In interest, until the linal scene in the opium den Into which the heroine Is lured by the villain, and where, after scorning to accept his proffer of marriage Is drugged. Helpless and struggling In his passionate embrace, until the auditor Is carried to the highest pitch of absorbing Interest when the patrol wagon filled with police Is hoard sppronchlng. The doors and walls are bursted In without ceremony, and the curtain falls on one of the most exciting pictures ever depicted on the stage. A score of actors and actresses nnd two oars loads of scenery are required for the production. "Tho Littlo Minister.". Mr. Charles Frohman'n company In 'The Little Minister" has been one of *.he most remarkable successes known to the theatrical world. This compnny ii inuHcm inc comcay nerc one nit;ni Qnly at. the Oprrn. Houho, Friday, Oc"IrlWiiI ft por/oct family romody for throat disfnyi?Soro Thro.it, fioro Month and Quinsy quickly viold to Itn rlrtuo. It la not *iorr ftiKl trdloun In Its CURES hntflvMalmostInstantrollof. Tonillln* Uontlr^ly harmlr**. It Atfindu nlonoan ft roinnrkablo and modern cure for SORE THROAT ??:?! all Mtrllnr IroublM. ?3 AND 50C AT ALL DnUQOI9TO. TIIE TOKSIUKS CO* OA.ITOW.O, We've a little book on the hair and its diseases which tells you a good many things you should know. It's full of pictures, too, of what Ayer's Hair Vigor has done for all sort3 and conditions of people. We should be glad to send you one. A postal card request will do. J. C. Aye'r Company-, Practical Chemliti, Lowell, Mui, Ayer'a Saruparilla Aycr't Hn'r Vigor Ayer'a Pilli Ayer'a Chcny Pectoral Ayer'a Ague Cure Ayer'a Comatone tober 19. Tho novel had one of the largest Bales of cny book ever published, and In making the dramatization" of It, which was done by Mr. J. M. Uarrle, the author, he has given to the stage one of the greatest plays produced In many years. Certainly no play presented In the last century has. achieved such remarkable succcbs as has "The Little Minister.'' "Tho Flaming Arrow." 'The Flaming Arrow" Is one of-Carter's melodramas, written especially for Go \Ybn Go Mohawk, and It Is mounted In the superb manner characteristic of all Carter productions. It is making a pronounced hit at the Grand opera house, where It was witnessed by another large audience last night. The splendid acting of the cast, and the novel special features, embrac Ing the band of real Indians, are being exceptionally well received. "Thq Flaming Arrow" will be presented at the matinee and night performances today, closing a very successful engagement. Hoyt's Greatest Play. Next Monday evening at the Opera' House merriment will reign supreme, the occasion being the presentation of Mr. Charles Hoyt's funniest and best farcical concoction entitled, "A Hole In the Ground." The scene of this bright and witty conceit Is laid at a small railway station in New England and will be readily recognized by every -New Englander. It Is keen and biting satire on certain railroad officials and as Mr. Hoyt has had much experience in travel and has so often encountered tha class of people he attempts to satirize It Is fair to presume he has made the most of his subject. The cast. Judging from the long list of artists who stand high in their profession, Is without exception the very best that has appeared under the Hoytian standard, while the scenery, stage accessories and costuming are said to be unusually elaborate. Dockstader's Impersonations. Everybody expects a good deal of that favortle comedian, Lew Dockstader. and whenever he appears, his originality and powers of mimicry never fall to delight. The Primrose & Dockstader Minstrels, which will be at the Opera House on Tuesday, October 23, give Dockstader the opportunity to present many new and brilliant things In song, monologue and Impersonations. Outside the hits that are involved In the first two, the latter, which are com bined In speeches from the rear end of a Pullman coach, and portray McKlnley, Bryan, Roosevelt, Hanna and other leading politicians, are Irresistibly funny and side-splitting. In giving those Impersonations, Dockstader is supplied with scenic surroundings that are marveloualy realistic. McMECHEN NOTES. Daily Items of Interest About Peoplo and Events. James Powell, wife and sister, Miss Mollle. and Mrs. O. D. Sockman have returned from a pleasant visit with friends at Cameron. T?nv T.'nHn nnH tvlfo nf fho Mnlhnillct Episcopal church, will visit F. T. Cartwright and family, at Glendale, to-day. Richard Reece had his foot badly maBhed. but will be at work at the Wheeling steel works In a few days. Rev. Soverlskl and son "William left yesterday for Hot Springs, Ark., for the benefit of the son's health. The Epworth League gave nn entertainment at the Methodist Episcopal church Saturday night. J. C. Cunningham hus returned to his duties on the Baltimore & Ohio, after a sick spell. Rev. Spencer Klnp. of Wheeling, was a visitor In the city yesterday. Ed. Thonen was at Woodsfleld, Ohio, yesterday, on business. Mayor George Artz 13 at Baltimore on business. Low Bates to Western Points. On October 1C. the Wheeling & Lake Erie railroad will sell tickets to points In Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Indian Territory at exceedingly low rates for round trip. Special low round trip rates to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Call on or write S. Sherman. Tcavcllng Passenger Agent, City lianli bulldlnff. Telephone, 921. ??<? Shooting Canos and Cartridges. Ilnnnan Bros., sole ngents for Bhoot Ing cnnes and cartridges. have these goods on sale In nil prominent retail stores In this city and Bridgeport, O. The authorities have decided to allow the use of the canes nnd cartridges during parades und celebrations. Trude supplied by If ANNAN BROS., 1223V* Market street. Announcement. Full and complete line of Fall Suitings, etc.. Just received, nt JOS. WINIESDORFFER'S, 226?. Market Street. I THE RIVEB. The Telephone, for Matamoras, departs at 11 o'clock this morning. The murks at f. p. m.. Tuesday, showed If. inches nnd falling. Weather, cloudy and cool. River TelejrramG. GREENSBORO - River 7 feot and falling; threatening. OIL CITY ? River 3 Inches nnd falling; cloudy and cool. BROWNSVILLE ? River C feet In Inch and rising. MOROANTOWN ? River R feet JO Indies und stationary; cloudy and.cool. WARREN?River .2 foot; cloudy and cool. PITTSBURGH ? River 2.2 feet o*n? rising; clear and cool. KAETIN'S FEERY NEWS. The Daily Chronicle of Wheeling's Progressive Neighbor. Yesterday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, occurred the death of ona of this city's brightest and most promising young men, Paul Tlngeley Thomas, at his home, on the corner of Fifth and Hanover street*. For several years back deceased had been a sufferer from the dreaded, dlscaa.;, consumption. On the 15th of January last year he went to Florida for the benefit of his health, and not finding it in that locality he went to Asheviile, N. C., where he stayed for a couple of months, but receiving no benefit, returned to his home in this city, where his conditional gradu him of his sufferings. Mr. Thomas was an exceedingly bright young man. and stood high In the estimation of his many friends. Deceased was born In this city, September 7, 1877, and was therefore twenty-three years of oge. Ho was . an active member of the First Presbyterian church of this city. He was also a member of the Jr. O. U. A.. M., and also a member of the Independent racing team. The funeral will take place from his late residence at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Rev. S. J. Bogle, pastor of the Presbyterian church, will conduct the services. InI torment will be made nt Rlvervlew cemetery. j "William N. Hllles, of Barnesvllle, who 1 whb recently selected as teller In the People's bank of this city, to succeed ' Charles K. Williams, who resigned, has sunt word stating that ho cannot accept the position, consequently a meeting of the directors of the bank was held yesterdoy morning, and Charles T. Updegraff, of Mt. Pleasant, : was selected. Mr. Updegraff has bsen employed for the past year In the Mt. Pleasant National bank. Street car No. 33 was hit by the I switch engine at the Center street 1 crossing last evenlnr shortlv hpfnr* ft o'clock. The onglne was coming out of I the switch at tho National GlaBS. Company's plant and a box car obstructed its view from the motorman. The car | was considerably damaged, but fortu1 nately no one was hurt. Travel was [delayed for several hours, necessitating , the transfer of passengers at that I point. The Martin's Ferry correspondent of this paper has had placed In his hand* I $100 to wager on McKlnley. Any per- , j son wishing to accept all or a portion of the above amount can do so by inqulrI'ing of the above. Reasonable odds will [ be given. The Jury In the probate court in the l.caBe of Albert G. Shaver, against the Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling railroad. | was In tho city yesterday, viewing the I ground upon which damages are asked. The case comes up for trial to-day. j Tern6 pots Nos. C, 7, 8 and S> at the I Lqughlln plant resumed with third turn last evening, and tho remaining [ pots will resume with the first turn this ' I morning. : The Ladles' Home Missionary Society I of the Presbyterian church will meet ; I this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, In the j parlors of the church. A full attendance I is desired. The regular meeting of the Woman's Club will be held Friday, instead of Thursday aftomoon, at the residence of Mrs. M. E. Cole, on North Fourth street. The high school team of this city will contest with the high school team .of Wheeling on the grounds of the latter Friday afternoon. The M. A. Hanna Club has accepted an invitation to attenrf the Republican meeting at Moundsvlllo Saturday evening. C. H. and L. F. Over, of Muncle, Ind., are the guests of tho family of Wlllinm Joy, on South Broadway. Charles Ellis was fined SI and costs yesterday, by Mayor Goodhue, for peddling without a license. ] Judge John S. Cochran, of this city, will address the Republicans of Coler- i aln Monday evening. A meeting of the Liberty hose company will be held this evening. WELLSBUBG. Doings of People in the Brooke County Metropolis. The case of J. M. Shorts, of Ohio county, vs. Mrs. Jessie V. and S. P. Lazcar, a dispute over the ownership of a quantity of hay on a farm purchased by Mr. Shorts, and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lazear, was tried In the circuit court and a verdict found for the defendants. Four lawyers were engaged In the trial of this suit and a dozen or more witnesses, and the total value of the hay did not probably exceed 550. The funeral of William B. Lewis, a well known farmer residing on Bethany pike, at Lewis' mills, a short distance I from town, occurred yesterday, and was one of the largest funerals ever occurring in the county. The deceased : | was sixty-seven years of ngo and death i was causcd by a complication of dls- ' eases. J. F. Cree and Ilenry Zlllilcen have been appointed ballot commissioners I for Brooke county, and they meet Friday to prepare the otlicial ballot for the November election. It will contain four tickets this year?Republican, Democratic. Prohibition and Social Domo A. 13. Smith, superintendent of the ; rural inall delivery service, is here with 1 a view of extending the service In Brooke county. Thanks to Congress- ; man Dovcner. our county will soon ; have the best rural mull delivery of any county In the state. Samuel Jacob, of the Wellsburg Herald, 1b home from Washington D. C., whore he holds a good position In the , I census bureau. ; Dr. B. F. Harden, who some weeks since suffered a broken leg In a runa- , way accident, Is able to be out on : | crutches. BRIDGEPORT HAPPENINGS. j Events of a Day in the Town at the End of the Bridge. The nlne-months'-old child of Mr. ] and Mrs. Edward C. Hogan died very suddenly yesterday morning at their home In Klrkwood. The funeral will i take place this morning at 10 o'clock, i and the Interment will be made at Llnwood ccmctery. i City Clerk Frank Rice yesterday pre- ] sented to the Wheellnxr strnnt rnliwnv company an Itemized statement of their , portion of the rccent street paving In , this city. Their portion amounts to JG.0S5 34. ! Mrp. Frank Noble, of Uhrlchsvllle, ar- , rived in the city last evening and will spend a couple of weeks v.ith relatives , In West Wheeling. The McKlnley and Roosevelt marching club was out last evening for drill , and the attendance was large. 1 Dr. J. O. Howell* and C. Adams left . last evening for Columbus, to attend the Knight Templar conclave. Several cases of typhoid fever are reported out the pike and some of them are said to be very sarlous. , Miss Laura Stein went to Barton yes- ' terdny, to spend a couple of weeks with ' friends and relatives.* John Hlchey left yesterday for Indo- 1 pnndenco, Pa., to spend a week with his ' father. Hamilton Olnps, of Flushing, was in . the dlty yesterday, en route to Colum- ] bus. MIfs Ellle Ivalsor, of Galllpolls, is the i Kul'Ht of relatives in Hrooksldc. < N.! V. F. Wilson went to Pittsburgh J yesterday, on business. F. 11. Stovens Is Improving slowly [ from a week's Illness. j MY lino of Overcoatings and Suitings I arc always of the choicest patterns. I C. W, SFALJKICUTS SON. I A Great Nerve Medicine. Celery Kins clconscs tbo ajutcm oud builds II tin It makes tho blood pure. It beautifies tho complexion. It cures conatlpatlon and liver disorder*. It cures headache and moat other ucbrs. Celery King cures Nerve, Stomach, Liver nod Kidney dlaeaaes. 1 BELLAIRE HAPPENINGS. Matters of Interost In tho Metropolis of Belmont County. Tho Democratic marching club hna elccted the following ofllcers: D. N. McAllce, president; William Rltner, chairman; Mlchaol Butler, treasurer; D. F. McGary, captain; Robert Ray, first lieutenant; Robert Martin, second lieutenant; James Tannehlll, leader of the drum corps. Milton Rltner, H. E. Drutshey and R. A. Morrison were choscn members of the finance committee. At tho home of Mr. and Mrs. .T. E. Howell, on Tallman avnnuo, on Monday evening, occurred the wedding of Mrs. S. II. Carroll and Miss Florence Trunx. of Woodsfield, Ohio. After a delightful wedding dinner Mr. and Mrs. Carroll left for a trip through tho east. The funeral services of Mrs. George Hicks, of the Second ward, whose death occurred Monday, will take place this morning at 9 o'clock, at her late residence. The remains will be taken to Jacobsburg for burial. Tho funeral of Sol. Thomas, the colored man who died suddenly Monday, took place yesterday afternoon from the residence of Mrs. Peters, in the Second ward. Interment was made at Roso Bill. David H. Shields, of Bonham, Texas, and Miss MolHo Murray, of Neffs, O., were married yesterday at Hock Hill, by Rev. W. L. Alexander, paBtor of tho Presbyterian church, of that place. Dr. J. S. McClellan came home yesterday from Chicago, where he has been taking: a post-graduate course In the Illinois school of electro thereApeutlcs. The regular meeting of tho W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs. T. A. Rodefer to-morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Messrs. James, Robert and Benjamin Aplin wero called to Wheeling Monday, by the death of their mother, Mrs. Jane Morgan. Qeorge D. Spraggs and Miss Alice Steele, both veil known young people of this city, have been licensed to marry. John C. Shramm and Miss Laura C. Steele, both well known young people of Bellalre.havo been licensed to marry. Clarence Mercer is clerking at C. M. Wyrlck'8 drug store, in the absence of Mr. Wyrlck, who is at Columbus. Harry "Woods and Miss Kate Berger, of this city, were married at Wheeling Monday, by Rev. Westhafer. Chalkley Dawson and wife, C. M. Wyrick and Miss Ada Wyrlck Went to Columbus yesterday. The Blackburn Guards attended tho play of "Faust," at the Columbia theatre, last night. Andrew Bushko was arrested In tho Fourth ward. Tuesday night, for disorderly conduct. Mr. N. L. Marsh, of the Fifth ward, has moved his faml/y to SJster6Ville. The Mercantile Club held their annual ball at Armory hall last night. Mrs. J. D. Vanlaw, of the Fifth ward, Is visiting relatives tit Cambridge. "William Addleson, of Cleveland, Is calling on friends In tills city. Jacob Boneysteele has closed down Ills Ice plant for repairs. W. G. HInton, of Barnesvllle, was In the city yesterday. Miss Cassle Myers, of the Fifth ward, Is ill at her home. There will be rhetoricals at the high school on Friday. BENWOOD. Nows Notes From the Busy Marshall County Town. The Young Men's Republican Club has.elected the following non-commissioned ofllcers: Harry Shepord, second lieutenant; James Edwards and George Selbert, second sergeants; Emory Butts, Walton ?>avls. Harvey Morgan, Frank Brunnon, John Almond, John Murray, Robert Martin, Charles Lohrlng and Frank Woody, corporals. The club has decided to attend the Roosevelt demonstration at Wheeling on Thursday, and Moundsvllle's demonstration Saturday. There was a large turn-out of voters at the corner of Sixth and Mnln streets, to listen to eloquent expositions of the Issues by the Hon. Charles LItchman and Hon. B. F. Maher. A street demonstration preceded the speaking and enthusiasm was rampnnt. The condition of John Loftus, who had one ^of his legs amputated at the evening, Is critical. It was thought yesterday he would not recover from the effects of the operation. The Occldentnl club gave a well attended and highly successful hop at the Blue Ribbon hall last evening. Prof. Long played. Quite a number of people from this place went over to Bellalre last night, to witness Morrison's production of "Faust." Rev. Paul Metaenthln left for Proctor yesterday, where he will make a speech In the Interest of the Republican party. W. C. Burrls, the Main street druggist, will spend the day on a hunting expedition near Proctor. The employes of the Baltlmoro & Ohio railroad received their monthly pay yesterday. Workmen have begun erecting the remaining two ntoves at the Rlversldo extension. Mrs. William Portorfleld, of Grafton, Is the guest of relatives on McMcchen street. Mrs. Thomns Johnson, of Fairmont, Is the guest of Mrs. Taylor, of Main street. Mrs. John Allen, of Limestone, la visiting relatives In this city. John W. Leach was at Marlon on bualncHS yesterday. Catarrh Cnnnot bo Cured tvlth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of (he diamine. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional dig. case, and in order to cum It you must take internal remedies. Hail'* Cntarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acta directly on the blood and mu:oU8 surfaces. Hall's Cntarrh euro Is not a <iuack medicine. It wan prescribed by on* of the liest phynlclans in thin country for 1 rear*, and In a rcfculnr proscription. It Is composed of the best tonic* known, '? combined with the brut blood purifiers, tctlnn directly on the mucous surfaces. , I'he perfect combination of the two Ingredients In what producx* such wonJarful results in curlnc Cntarrh. Send for testimonial! free. F. .!. CHENEY Si CO., Props., Toledo, 0. Bold by driiKKi't*, price 7Rc. Ilall'* Family nil* are the best. X.OOAN PETTO CO. is fitting Trusses. Bracc*. Abdominal Belts, ctc. We make It a study. ?nd alvraystry to glvu you th? beet goods lor your money. No goods leave our house that the purchaser doe# not know exactly what he is buylnr. and our guarantee Is back ot them. We nt both the exp?nslvo nnd cheaper kind "without extra charge. You get the beat goods at tho lowest prices from us. LOGAN DRUG COMPANY, Tenth and Main Bts. Situations Wanted. OAS Help Wanted. For Rent. Cent ForS?,cetc.. Etc., ntc. 3-.. Tlio Ono Ccot n w,,f Word Column of tho W*\?A Intelligencer Brings W Olfl Quick Returns on a Small Investment. WANTED. ANTED-LADY ENTRY CLERK] with experience: givo references. Address WHOLESALE, care Intelligencer ofTlce. oelS / WANTED?EXPERIENCED AND ENERGETIC salesmen to sell the well known Dleterlchs Valve-Cleum Lubricating Oils to the consuming trade on commiialon. Apply to DIETEIUCH8 VALVfi-OLEUM OIL CO., W) Garfield Building. Cleveland. Ohio. Ja?> STALE HELP WANTED. ALESilEN WANTED TO SELL OUR gooda by snmple to wholesale and re* toil trado. Wc are tho largest and only manufacturers in our lino In tho world. Liberal ?aJary paid. Address CAN-DKX MFG. CO.. garannsh. Ga. oc6-w&? q*-| O STRAIGHT BONA FIDE tDXia weekly nalary paid direct from office; expenses extra coramUjsion?. Capable mtn and women to represent us appointing nsents; rapid promotion and increase salary. New brilliant linen. BUTLER & ALGER, New Haven, Conn. ocl WANT ED-MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade. We teach the work by constant practice, instructions and lectures in shortest time possible" without IMUll. IIJ IUIU1, II>U >O?IO Ml>u, no UIInlsh froo transportation to our college at New York or Chicago, as practice cannot be obtained hero. We guarantee employment In nhope or .traveling with our demonstrators; make application now If you want ono of these positions when competent; catalogue froe. MOLER BARBER COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE, 4U 4th Ave.. Pittsburg. oc!3 PERSONAL. /CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST? yj Madamo Cartor, the world's greatest llre-r?iidor. tells anything and everything you wish to know. Can be consulted dally and Sunday from S to fl. at 1129 Eoff street. 8ati?factlon guaranteed. oc*fl*_ FOB SALE. hoteFfor sale. I offer for sale the personal property and lease In tho Round Corner Hotel, at Steubenvllle, Ohio. Hotnl contains 24 rooms, and U doing a good business. Good Btable In connection. A bargain. N. H. ROBERTS. Proprietor. ocll Steubenvllle, Ohio. FOR SALE.... "Springfield," one of the finest farms In the Shenandoah Valley, 3 miles from Berryville, Clarke county, Virginia (290 ocrua). w. v. HOGE, City Bank Building, Market Street, Wheeling, W. Va. BONDS! BONDS! First-class Coupon Bonds aro better for Investment than Real Estate Mortgagoa. They arc saf?, convenient and pay good interest. I offer at the prasant time Macbeth-Evans Glass Company 6 % Bonds, Trl-State Gas Company 6 % Bonds, National Glas? Company f> % Bonds and Cleveland Water Company C % Bonds at prices netting the Investor from 5 % to G %. Wrlto for particulars, ROBERT C. HALL, Member Pittsburgh Stock Exchange. No. 331 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. Long dlstanco telephone. No. 3.612. ?eia FOR SALE BONDS. Manufacturers' Light & Heat Co. Steubenvllle, Mingo & Ohio Valley Traction Co. Moundsville, Benwood & Wheeling Railway Co. wheeling Steel ft Iron Co. Whltaker Iron Company. Aetna-Standard'Iron ? Steel Co. Industrial Stocks bousrht and aold dlrcct on the New York Stock Exchange. HOWARD HAZLETT &SPN. STOCKS FOR SALE. Wheeling- Steel & Iron Co. Wheeling; & Belmont Bridgo Co. Wheeling Bridge Oo. Wheeling Pottery Co. Biveraide Pottery Co. B0NT>3. A few choico 5 per cent first mortgage bonds. NORTON & COMPANY, 1G Nat. Exchnngo Bank Bldg. A SECURE INVESTMENT. We offer for cale at par and accrued Interest a limited number of First Mortgngc 20 Yenr 3 Per Cent Gold Bonds. These bonds court th? strictest Investigation, are amply protected ncd highly recommended by bc?.t nntV>r.rt?i? For further details' anil full particulars write or call on WHITE & WHITE, ] 12 Exchange Bank Building. Telephone . . . No. 02, Investment Securities. We orr?r for ?ale pome nvo per cent first mort&njre bonds. Wo have examined the security be\"Vblnd theso bonds and we can rec- 1 ommend them with confldenco 1 to Inventors. Particulars upon application. I C^ii-xT * v_>iwy JUailR. of Wheeling. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION^ Mrs- W. S. Hutching will give Instruction on the Plnno to iv'limited number of puplln nt her '* resident, No. P10 Main ftrert, commencing the nrnt wo<k In September. Arrangements can be made by calling or through the mall, beginning Monday, fkptembtr 1 lost. Lost?tpocketbook CONTAJMJia . rlnr ?uui aiu.it... on mo u htdun* t-o.f Club Llr:kl, iaturrtuy alUrtu>tJ.?. Finder please return to T. B. SWEENEV, 1211 Market ptreeL ocl6 .11.11.1 I??i??? rem rent. "17*011 RENT-TWO FRONT OFFICII jlj rooms over Ileld'a rcitiiurant. 1x0t luarkct street. oc!7 TpOR RENT ? DESIRABLE HOOK. JL1 contrail}* locatcil on the Island; both . KaseM. bath and water closet Cars pans tho house. Re/crenco required. Addres^ M. II., carolntolllgenccr oftlco. odo . eeal estate. Country Rcsidcncc for Sole. Laatherwuod residence of 8 rooms, with modern conveniences. at a bargain. Echo - Point residence of fl rooms, and hall; lot MxlOU; price >2.200. Thlu Is cno ' of the greatest bargains of the season. Pleasant Valley residence of 7 rooms and hall; modern conveniences; lot large; price JI.SOO. Park View reMdenco of 7 rooms; lot 100x125; prlco *2,600. 12Ira Grove residence of 3 rooms; niedcm Improvements, at n big bargain; large lot. . ;vI JMonov to loan at D per cent. Fire Insurance a specialty. L. A. ROLF, Successor to Rolf & Zane, No. 38 fourteenth street. Office 'phone 665. Rcsldcnce 'phone C8. Elm urovc. FOR RENT _. 6-room house No. 120 South fihtt street; rent $12 a month; possession at onco. 4 rooms, both gases, No. 34 Indiana otrcet; rent; $11 a month, . 8 rooms, all modern, 'linll,. No. 102 South Front street;'river vioT7. 7 rooms and store room by cat. ban* in Upper Benwood; low rent; posses slon at onco. 3 rooms in Belvedere addition. Money to Loan. Tiro Insurance ORLOFF L. ZANE, Telephone 930. No. 42 Fourteenth Street . ....FOR RFNT Deslrablo residence at Elm Grove, all ', inodom conveniences of gas, qlootno ' light and water. A. Dusch property. No. 60 North Front street?512. No. 950 Market street, for business OS. dwelling. No. 175 Seventeenth stroet, 1 room*?& No. 3527 Chapllnc street, 2 rooms?& No. 32 Sixteenth street, cellar?$10. . FOR SALE. Two elx-roomed houses, Moundsvillc, Vif ' Va. , Cheapest lot In Belvedere addition: lay? well; fronts on two streets and on allejrj prlco U25. . . , No. 28 and No. 30 Bouth York street, a bar gain for 30 days. No 1123 Charles strcot. No. 21 Maryland street. No. 2G Fifth street. Ground 60 feet square on Eighteenth St. G-roomed house on Main r.troet No. 32 Sixteenth street, store room. 10 rooms and cellar will be sold choap If sold In the next 20 days. Store room and five room*, brick building. a rood location, with an old established trade. No. 2520 Main street,- a full lot. corner Of Twenty-sixth and Main streets. Lot on South Front street. No. 92 Mkln street. No. 442 Main stroat. Corner lot on Fifteenth street. No. 60 North Front rtTect. No. 66 ??venteenth street. No. ^ Sixteenth street, storo room and 29 . roomB. JAMES A. HENRY. Real Estate Agents, Collector, Notary Public and Pension Acent, No. 1612 , Main street. 10 PER CENT INVESTMENTS On 11.200 Frame Dwelling. On i 1.500 Frame Dwelling. On $ 2,500 Frame Dwelling. On S 2.500 Brick Dwelling. On $ 3,000 Frame Dwelling. On % 4.000 Frame Dwelling. On $ 4.SO0 Frame Dwelling. On $26.0? Business Property. On $35,000 Business Property. If you want property that will pay VFR> call and sec us. Fire Insurance a specialty. THEO. W. FINK & CO.;, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. No. IIP Market Street. REAL ESTATE BULLETIN. FOR RENT NOW. 1 fino ofllco room, most deslrablo Ind cheap, in Masonic Temple, including light* heat wid Janitor service. 1 etoro room, 2M4 Main atroot i 1 FOR SALE. 54,000 for the two-story brick dwelling 70 Main street, 7 rooms; lot 25^x127 fort. J2.500 for two-story brick lso.-914 Market streflt, frame cottage of 4 rooms In rear of lot. $2,800 for frame dwelling, 8 rooms, good cellar; ** acr. of ground; small fruits of all kinds; near Kim Grove; 5 minutes* walk from motor line. Tho Kennty alo brewery property, with dwelling houie and fitaDW3, la offered for sale for one week. 1 building lot. Park View. RxlW, B30. A grocery business. with pdstofflc* 4nd real estate. National road arid railroad station; a fine chance for sotaeefw. 1 building lot on Lind etr??t, UU. C. A. SCHAEFER 4 CO., Telephone 817. Wheeling "W. Va. TRUSTEE'S SALS. RUSTEE'S SALE OF TAtiUA^LB CENTRE WHEEIilltO PROPERTY* tiy virtue of a deud of trudt made by John P. O'Malley to me. a? trustee, ^6edr? Inx date the Jth day of February, A. J*. 1SW. and recorded In the oClce of the work of the county court of Ohio county, Weet Virginia, In Dt-cd of Turst.Bodk No. 22, p.igo 600, 1 will, on SATURDAY. THE 20th DAT OF OCTO. BER, A. a 1KW, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. propeod to sell at nubile auction, at tne nittb front door or the court houso of said o6ufi? ty, In K.iId city of Wheeling, tho follow* Inu described part or narcol of the lot No. 39 In Chnpllne and BofTs addition to uald city, to-wlt: Beginning at the norths L'ust corner of said lot No, 15, ruartlng thence westward on the line of Twenty* third street CI feet; thence southward and parallel with Main street 11 feet: thenco eastward and parallel with said Twentythird street CI feet to Main street, and thence northward and parallel with Main street 21 feet, more or less, to the begin* nlns. TIC RMS OP SALE?One-third or much more a.i the purchaser may elect to pay, cash In hand on the day of sai^ the bnlanoc In two equal Installment*, payable In one and two years, respectively. with Interest. The purchaser to jrlra his promissory notes for tho deferred payment*, with security satisfactory to the trustee. LOUIS F. ST1FEL, Trustee, J. C. HBRVKY. Auctioneer. seft SHERIFF'S SALE. miERlFFS SALlE Wm. Bailey A Son vs. Rons T. Chew. Rv virtu* Af fin Mixiillnn ? *?.? .41n n the above entitled causc, i have levied jpon and will, on the TWENTY-SECOND DAT OP OCTOHEK. 1?00. >eginnlnp at 10 o'clock a. m., at the stort ootn. No. 3D Twelfth street, In the cltr >f Wheeling, county of Ohio, and state ef kVcit Virginia, proceed to sell to the high* '?t and bent bidder, tha following deicrtbed personal property, to-wlt: n the bulldlni Known na No. 33 Twelft* itreet. In the city of Wheeling, \\\ Ya lot twine, l lampli trunk, J atovts, *4 :hi?lrs, 1 printing machine, 1 cutting ma? :hlne, 2 counters, 1 lot rucks, 2 omc* leaks, 9 chalra, 2 tables, l aatnpl* trunk. : wheelbarrowa, 4 bill fllen. 1 sa/?, i truck! display rack*. 3 ston ladders, paper tllU tud upon the lease of Itos* T. Chew from Iharleu r. I'axton, dated January 17. ict ?f the More house and premlaes No A I'wrlfth street. Wheeling, W. Va.; In vhlch anld Chaw he* been carry I ni on lis wall paper business. TERMS OF 8ALK?CARn, ?h. c. Richards, oc!2 Bhorlff of Ohio County.