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COME IN AND SEE
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"THE ONE HUNDRED"
Are Moving Briskly in Their
paign for Improved Mun:
Govarnmejitol Conditions ? S<
inpf Committees Nnraod.
The "Committee of One Hun
people axe moving: briskly In thdr
Wgn for Improved municipal fjc
montal conditions. Since the
to?cUnjf lait voek, Chairman R
has appointed the several comm
(loclded upon. On the finance coi
t** he named Messrs. George A. A
*"n, W. B. Hicks, Morris Horkh'
Jtunes McA.dnmn, W. M. List,
McKee. F. E. McCoy, J. N. Di
representing the several wards o
city. The cornrnlttoo arganited \i
lifting the following officers: Chal
J'- 13. McCoy; secretary, Geor
Mnthison; tretmurer, J. N. Dowlui
At the meeting of the finance
initteo I.'lsI night, It was decJd
make a minimum asesainent of
each member, and In addition t
'"rinihentfili) of the commlttec nn
tutlon Ih to Im! extended to all otln
bona 10 contribute to tho cam
fund. To ho licit thetfb contribute
' ach ward the following mib-eomm
"n solicitation were named:
l''irst ward?George J. Mathlsoi
A. Wilson, Frank Stanton.
Second ward?W. ft. Hicks, Dr.
WlnRorter, Richard S. Fair.
Third n*r<l?Morris Horkhelmei
Andrew Wilson. Judge U. I*. Crai
Fourth ward?James McAi
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3cr your Pianos,' Organs,
alking Machines, Guitars,
ns, Banjos. Don't wait
:rrun with holiday trade,
complete, and it will pay
r and have it put aside for
delivery.
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ger. 1310 Market Strcel
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L<y?J\ of pooplo who have
-p- auqulrcd ho me a
iVT^CT ft A JITS/" through our cim.r h.vhliVJcr
tom otinorwy lending.
-* and they'll toll .roti of
the ?<i van trine* vrn ,
* ofTer this cluB4 of bor- <
STREET. rowers. ,
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George A. "Wells, S. P. Parker, CTir
Sander.
Fifth ward?W. M. List, John Watc
Cam" house. M. F. Gtcsey.
Iclpal sixth ward?S. B. McKce, Joseph I
mcic- Weld nor, D. F. McKInley.
Seventh ward?F. E. McCoy, Myrc
drtid" Hubbard, W. H. Chapman,
cam- Eighth ward?J. N. Dowlor, Lou
Hoelsche, Rev. R. R. BlpRcr.
,vern* These sub-commlttcea are to make
open pCrHonal canvass of tho city.
uasell ? ?.
Itteoa "Rugs" on. tho Hfimpngo.
nrnlt- "Rass," the canine with the humn
lathi- perception*, owned by Peter Habe
irncr, stick, evidently swallowed a foolb
a- powder yesterday, as he ran nniuek
Jivkr, rPRtnurant of Held A Ilaberstlr
if the
iy H(._ and culmlnatrd his wild performance I
crashing Into a large cheval mirror
K(, j' the rear of tho restaurant. The Klai
was broken by the Jolt and now "Raw
com- l,sinK* ',lB antl forlorn for 1
L'd to cont',mPlated seven years bad luc
jjj on The mirror Is said to l)o the largest I
L> t|?. tin; city and was valued at $150.
In vl -
>r clt- A Surprise Party.
palK" The Ladles of the Golden Eagle I<*i
ins lu dorcd a delightful surprise p:irty <
It tees Mrs. Katie H?niff, at her home on Twet
ty-elghth street, Monday evening. T1
># W. occasion was her thlrly-elxhth blrtl
day. The Maxwell mandolin and Kult:
C. A. club discoursed inualc iIurliiK the evei
ln?. At a seasonable hour th\? guvs
Dr. partook of an elofnuit luncheon. Mr
nmor. Uuuff was the recipient of a number i
Jams, I handsome picnenlu.
CHAMPION
PILLSBURY
IN WHEELING.
The Chess Champion and Checker Expert
Does Somo "Wonderful
Work Blindfolded.
REMARKRBLE MEMORY FEATS
That Astonished tho Audience-?Kaiser
and Danford Win Games
at Checkers.
Lovers of chess and checkers were
given a treat yesterday afternoon and
evening: at Odd Fellows' hull, by Mr. H.
N. Plllsbury, the* recognized champion
and muster of chess of the United ,
States, in an exhibition of blindfolded
simultaneous playing.
Mr. Plllsbury arrived In the city yesterday
morning from Pittsburgh, where
he played on Tuesday. He was brough
to this city and played under the auspices
of the Wheeling ehess clubs, Including
the Woodsdale, Island and
Wheeling clubs.
During the afternoon Mr. Plllsbury
defeated Professor C. E. Githens, of
Welisburg; J. W. Ewing, Judge T. J.
Hugus, Rev. C. B. Austin, A. W. Paull
and J} C. Percy, of Wheeling, three
games each. Irwin Paull succeeded in
making a druw and losing two guinea.
, At checkers, Mr. George A. Kaiser,
the local expert, succeeded In winning
two of three games, while William Detweller
lost two. The games were played
with Mr. Plllsbury facing the wall.
The evening exhibition was very Interesting,
Mr. rillsbury playing against
Sam Mathews, James W. Ewing, David
McKeown, Professor C. E. Githens, J.
C. Percy, Irwin Paull, H. P. McCrea, of
Parkersburg; Arthur Hugus, John J.
Cavennugh, A. W. Paull, Fred W. Colmar
and Dr. F. J. LeMoyne Hupp, at
chess,winning two games from each of
the players, while the checker players
were George A. Kaiser, William Detweiler,
of Wheeling, and W. E. D.uiford,
of Belial re, who were more successful.
Kaiser drew two and lost one.
Detweiler drew one and lost two, while
Danford drew one and won one. Mr.
"Workman, of Bellaire, played with Mr. !
* Danford.
1 The marvelous memory of Mr. Pllls*
bury was tested during several plays I
^ mado by Wheeling players in calling
wrong plays, and each time, sitting i
? with his back to the board, he corrected
f the local men to the amazement of the
j onlookers. He also called the positions
of the chess men on the board of an
T unfinished game, as well as an untinlsh- '
f ed game of checkers.
* Professor C. E. Githens, who Is presldent
of the West Virginia Chess Asso?
elation, in discussing chess, said he felt
j very much encouraged over the Interest
^ manifested In the game throughout the
~ state. Clubs have been organized in
Martinsburg, Bluefleld, Moundsvllle,
Charles-Town, Wellsburg, Piedmont,
Bramwell and three clubs In Ohio county,
the "Wheeling, Island and "Woodsdale
clubs. West Virginia is developing
some able players.
Mr. Plllsbury, who will contest In the
International match at Vienna, in
March, representing the United States,
left over the Baltimore & Ohio last
night for Cincinnati, where he plays tonight.
Mr. Plllsbury, before leaving the city,
In an Interview with an Intelligencer
nuin, auui'ii iiiiiL me ?> iicciuib
had improved wonderfully In playing
since his visit here hist year.
Milkmen Elect Officers.
The West Virginia Milk Men's Asboclation
have elected the following ofil- ;
cers: President, Thomas Montgomery;
vice president, "\V. Steel; treasurer,
L011I3 Diminey; financial secretary, j
Milton Moptgomery; corresponding secretary,
W. Crisswell; directors, John
Fischer, Carl AlcComas, W. Dlmtney,
Gilbert McColloch, Archie Acker and
Carl Grandlich; committee on purchase
? of feed, Thomas Montgomery, \Y. Steel
and Charles McComas. This assocla1
Hon has been purchasing hay and corn
& In car lota since the recent advance in
(5 price. A very handsome surplus was
reported and the stockholders decided '
? on a division by voting a stock dividend
of three shares for one.
^ McFadden-Pnrkinson.
Last evening, at Moundsvllle, at the
rs home of the bride, occurred the wedding
of Mr. Silas Martin McFadden to
Miss Cora Parkinson, sister of Mayor
J. C. Parkinson. The ceremony was
r- pronounced by Rev. W. 1J. King, of the
M. E. church, 1n the presence of fifty
rt. relatives and friends, including the
members of the Twentieth Century
)n Club, of Moundsvllle, of which the
bride Is a foremost member. After the
. wedding dinner, Mr. and Mrs. McFad8
den left for a trip to Pennsylvania.
a The Justice Shops.
The- hearing of George MJIler, who
wan brought before Justice "NV. W.
Itogers for alleged passing of bad checkH
in on several First ward merchants, was
r. continued Indefinitely for lack of evl^
deuce.
ln Before Squire M. J. FJtzpalrJck, the '
!k charge preferred against Annie Costello,
>y of being a person not of Rood fame, was
In dismissed on condition she leave the '
hh city at once.
,0 Mrs. Ruusel Dentl.
k. Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, al
In her home on Twenty-fourth street, occurred
the death of Mrs. Mary Ilussel,
? wife of Charles ltussel, Mr*. Kussel
hud Riven birth to a child orly two 1
weeks before her death, ller death will ]
by mourned by a wide elrele of friends,
by whom she was held In high esteem.
The funeral arrangements have not yet (
K> been made.
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l.r ITT potntoes. Hour, fruit, sonp, gro- (
?- cork's, or anything useful In a home In
Ik the Children's Home suek.
H. ' '
,f MY line nf Overcoming and Suitings
arc always of the choicest patterns. <
C. NV. SBABUIGUTS SON.
ALEXANDER?SHOES.
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jjj Store Closes at 2
| Noon To-day. ?
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acrobats. to the Opera House, "Wednesday
evening, December 5.
Two Strong Plays.
Little Irene Myers, the talented and
versatile child actress who has been delighting
large audiences at the Grand,
has appeared this week in excellent
plays, but in none was she afforded
such opportunities ns are presented In
"Little Lord Fauntleroy," which will be
to-day's matinee bill. Her work will be
a revelation to those who have not seen
her In the title role In this famous production.
She also has a strong, but not
so prominent a part in "The Stowaway,"
which will be given to-night.
Miss Myers and other members of the
company will Introduce specialties be
tween acts of both plays.
"Hearts of Oak."
It is said that In writing his plays,
James A. Heme takes the quaint characters
from similar people In real life
who come under his notice; thus, In
"Hearts of Oak," Owen Gnrroway was
a fisherman with whom he had come In
contact mnny years ago and whose
characteristics have been perpetuated
In the play. So too, In "Shore Acres"
Uncle Nat and other persons represented
had their living prototypes from
the coast of Maine. In his new play,
"Sag Harbor," the principal part, the
one Mr. Heme plays himself, Is that of
a bluff old sailor and Mr. Heme had In
mind when he drew the character, the
captain of a sailing vessel which plies
between Sag Harbor and the Connecticut
shore on Long Island Sound.
"Hearts of Oak" will be at the Opera
House, this afternoon and to-night.
A Masquerade Ball.
Friday evening, at the Pythian Castle,
South Side, the Clarion Club, a well
known social organization, will give a
masquerade ball, with music by Prof.
Long. Prizes for the dancers have been
|;iovuiuu uy niir ciuu,
FILL the Children's Home ?ack with
something useful.
SEND for our Illustrated forty page
booklet, telling "Why We Tench It." It
la free. ELLIOTT SCHOOL, 1318 Market
strept.
ECZEMA, scald head, hlvea, itchiness
of the skin of any sort Instantly relieved,
permanently cured. Doan's Ointment.
At any drug store.?4."
FAMILY WASHING.
Rough Dry Washed, Starched and
Dried 5 cents per pound.
Flat Work, Washed and Ironed, 8
cents per pound.
All hand work f.nlshed 10 conts
per pound. At LTJTZ BROS'.
Some Stcnm Laundry. ,
DIED.
FJNNEGAN?On Monday. November 26,
1900, at 10 p. m., MAltY, wife of Win.
Flnncgnn, at the homo of her mother,
Mrs. llogan. No. H3 Fifteenth street.
Funeral Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Requiem mass at St. Joseph's Cathedral
at 10 o'clock a .m. Intcrmont ut Mt.
Calvary ccmvtory. Friends arc re-,
spectfully Invited to attend.
HENDERSON?On Tuesday, November I
2?>, 13(H), at Elm Grove, ut 10:25 p. m., I
CARRIE BA1RD HENDERSON, -wife
of J Emerson Henderson, la lier 3Sth
year.
Funeral from Stono Church, Thursday af- I
ternoon, at 2:30. i
ROLF?On Tuetulny morning, November I
117, 1900, MARY UODENllACH, wife of
August Rolf, in the 73d year of her
ago.
r.'mw?p?l frnm ?)\<\ rnn<IU. k..M?nn? XT- *1 I
fifteenth Hiroet, Friday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment at Greenwood
cemotery. SpcclAl motor will loavo
Sixteenth street station at 3 o'clock.
Kindly mult flowers.
UNDERTAKING.
Louis Bertschy,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
and ARTERIAL EMBALMER.
1117 M it In St.?'Went Stilo.
Calls liy Telephone Answered Day or
Night, fltorfr Telephone C3C, Kesldonc*
>06. AwwUtant'H Telephonw. C&6._
IJRUEAIMHR & HILDHBRAND,
Funeral Directors and CmfMitmcrfi.
Corner Market and Twonty-socond St.*.
Tolophono 207. Open Day and Night.
:0()I?Y. llliNTZ & CO..
FUNIIKAL DIRHCTORS
AND liMHALMEKS.
Open Ony nnd Nlllht.
.'orner Thirty-sixth and Jacob ntreeta.
relcphoncs: Store, 1742; Residence, 1735.
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Doc Qulgley, he of the ecccntrlc1
mien unci equally eccentric legs, Is with
the Al. G. Field greater minstrels
igaln this season and scoring heavily
ind steadily, just as he always did.
Many men can be funny In voice and
feature, few can make their legs serve
the same ends. Don Qulgley Is one of
the men who can. To see him cross the
3tage would bring a laugh from a
graven Image. Assisting him are Bob
Keyes, James Devlin, Jean Elliott,
Billy Cawley and a corps of other black
face funny fellows, who will give the
genuine southern shuttles in all their
pleasing vailatlons.* Dancing is always
popular and the more so since artists
like Doc Qulgley have pushed it to the
front. It form*, as usual, one of the
popular features Of the Al. G. Field
greater minstrels, which come sixty
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There are many imitati
various furs dyed and groon
the genuine, but "Near Se
not only looks like REAI
With More Satisfaction than any
OUR OWN SSS5S
worn in four distinct way:
can be had in 22 or 24 len<
tra revers and rolling collar
A Splendid 22 inches
Sealette Jacket, revers, lin
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24-lnch Coat,
, same as above
SMALL FURi
Such as Stoles, Scarfs,
excellent quality, at price:
actual value.
$5-00 for a Near Seal Scarf
$7.50 for a Spotted Lynx Si
$10.50 for a Real Marten Sc;
These are only a few o
in Blue Fox, Sable Fox,
Otter; also, but not least, S
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also Includes many foreign countries. Our long ex]
for the past 20 years In Ohio, entitle us to the full co
Treatment is acknowledged by many, including yn
and successful treatment known to tho medical wor
Cures Effected in old cases which hare been unskil
NO MONEY REQUIRED OP RESPONSIBLE I
WHAT WETREAT.JMttS ,
Stomach and Bowel#, such as Dyspepsia, Const!- 1
nation, Piles, Diarrhoea; Eye and Ear Diseases: f
Deformities and Surgical Diseases: Chronic and ?
Desperate Rheumatic, Heart and Liver Diseases: s
Blood and Skin Diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, t
Eczema, Pimples, FreckJos, etc.; Female Disease*. ;
especially those which have baffled the nkill of r
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Treatment by Correspondence,
will recolve a careful chemical and microscopical e
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saltation and Examination free and strictly confide
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The France Medical Institui
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Dinner Ware
A large assortment of Carv
SILVER)
Spoons, Ladles, Salad Fo
Cake Baskets. We have
ot dinner ware?the large
Prices from $7.45?100 pk
JOHN FRIt
1119 MAIN ;
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?LOR, CO.
wUrik.
S30 "50 HAM SJ
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ons of the Seal garment,
icd to look almost like
al," as its name implies,
- SEAL, but it will Wear
other imitation fur.
5 is made by reputable Seal
rs. This particular coat is
has the flare sleeve and
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$48.50
long, high storm collar, full
ed with Skin- ea
mteed, for CpJcJ'.CJv/
$42.50
Shawls and Collarettes, of
5 considerably under the
with 8 real Marten Tails,
arf with 8 real Marten Tails,
irf with 8 real Marten Tails. ,
f our fur values, others are
:ar, Jap Lynx, Mink 'and
EAL SKIN COATS.
NEW MUFFS.
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:F CONSULTING AND EXAMINING
kN OF THE FRANCE MEDICAL INCO.,
BY REQUEST, WILL VISIT
y, Dec. 5, from 9 a. in. to 8 p. m.
, Dec. 6, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
ITF 38*40 V/cit Gay St.. Coltmibaf. Ohio.
1 L? On* Block North of the ?tata nacca.
plete Institute of lu kind la U. 8. Our record of
CO years Me have niccorafullv treated thousand*
jut tho Unites! States. Canada, and Mexico, but
x-rience. remarkable tVlll, and universal ?ucc<??
ntidcnce of the affllctcd. The celebrated Franco
eminent physlrlans, a> belnp the meat cotopUta
ui, tor diseases 01 men ana women, vronacrroi
llully treated. >v.?v
PARTIES TO COMMENCE TREATMENT.
PRIVATE AND SEXUAL DISEABB3.-Aj*f
oct cure ru(invoiced in all curable ca^ca, LmI
Manhood, Spermatorrhea*, Seminal Waakneja, Ejects
of Youthful lcdl?crotion and Sexual Lxcc:j'S,
Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vitality. CotMtolon
of Idea*, Aversion to .Society, Loii Memory
uid Knotty. Impcleney, otc., quickly nod pjeraaaiviitly
curv< 1 by an original imtment. Oozwlurn,
FvphtlU. Gloot. Birlcture, Hydrocele, tn<l
rnricocolc. curod Irt the Bhurtest pojribU tyae,
vlthout the us# cf mercury or hindrance hxm
>uslnet5. curable cMcs guarantged when othtri
lave /ailed. Low cbarxes; ooniultatf on ht*.
The France Syiletn of Local Treatmeftt with
ledicated Fad for Man Is pofltlrely tho dc;3
omplcto and successful known for weak and
indeveloped orpin*.
IMPORTANT TO LADIJBS.?Aftar yean ot exK?ricnce,
there has been HUcoTered the mtfiet
ure known /or nil rllrcejej p?cirilar to Kt
"uinalf? dlseatcs positively cured by a naw memd.
The cure li cfloct'xl by horn* treatment. Eh.
Irely harm lew and oasily applied. Consultation
nd eorrvtpondcnce free ana strictly confidential.
Itible, medicated Bow^le for tho euro o< Stricter#
1 Prostate Gland. The Bouses arc inconed into
t> into poMtlon wiihout tho Bllghttit cUort.roJd
Hertrtc current, invigorating and tapamisg
:t Is felt from the first application.
mon applying for Medical Treatment ahonM
or *end from two to four ounce# of urine, wbioh
xiuulnatlon. V-v bavo cured thousand! of oWta
nd list of MO Qurstfons. Corre#pondcnoe. Can
ntial No natnri publlihcd without U>o mitten
xpr * to iiny pirt of the United State*.
fl Co., 38 W. 6a? Si., ColHmbua.O.
:del co.
and Cutlery.
ers, Knix'es and Forks.
iVARE.
rks. Berry Spoons and
fifty different patterns
st variety in the state.
:ces?on up.
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STREET.
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t It MEDIUM.

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