The Wheeling Daily Intelligencer from Wheeling, West Virginia on September 5, 1898 · Page 3
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PASTORS RETURN 11 To their Kc*pcctivc Charges After Their Vacations'/; large congregations .greet rEV. Pit. CUNNINGHAM. Rsy. Da ( goor. AND REV. 1. H. IdTTEfcL < b[.'.vdat morning?dk. soots l uiscol-ItSB last night All- I 1 -t I i C?L?KE> FOR ACTION ouviauM THAN INDECISION - AT THE J OTHER CHURCHES. j I fsterday being the first Sunday In . I Septraiber. It was marked In tho local I churches by the return to several pul o( pastors who had been "a way on I ,hfir vacations, and each was greeted , I ly a law congregation. The attend- J I anc- at the churches was very good ( cjcwldering the high temperature, but 1 I the attendance was noticeably less at ^ th** evening services. < " "L W P nhiiMk ttia ' At tn?^ I" ourill niiuti m. ?, wuw?u, iui. junior, Rev. J. L. Sooy. D. D., preached both morning and evening, and last j nigh: delivered a practical discourse, vhii-ii was. In efTect, a plea for more decision among well wishers of religion. Dr. Sooy instanced Baalam as an example of tlie class he condemned?the men who were well wisher? to rellglou but not doors of religion. In (he church, rill Dr. Sooy. are men who are not de- j clsive or positive enough to come out J cquare and bold on God's side, and he Quoted Robert Hall's saying that "That j man Is God-less who had nothing to do ~i??. battle." It didn't do to wish * well for (he cause of religion if the = withers didn't work hard for the cause, tt Tho church and the world are In need of Jj?( strong Chruistian men and women, and not fence-straddlers? people whose epl- w taphs read after their death that the deceased had no enemies in the world. Dr. Sooy didn't believe In that kind ll of post-mortem praise. Men who died without an enemy never took a decisive stand for the right side. Ills other remirk* were fur an aggressive Christian manhood. The musical programme con- ol talned a solo by Mr. Ixiuls Huseman, of J} Pittsburgh, an old "Wheeling boy, who st sustained his well earned reputation In c* a pleasing selection. ? lei 1TR. MTTELL PREACHES. ? service* Resumed Yesterday at United *' Presbyterian Church. 01 Rev. J. II Ltttell, pastor of the First jt United Presbyterian church' occupied pi lis rulplt yesterday morning and eve- tJ Bins. after a month's vacation, and his sermons were listened to by large con- ^ grefMiluns. Rev. Mr. Llttell spent hie hi vacation at Xenla, O., and In points In Pennsylvania, and returned to Wheeling much Improved in health. si Ycatenlaj.* morning lie preached on a co timely iiuestion. He spoke of the nd- le var.mmn*. of the kingdom of Christ, ^ or the comlnp of Christ In this" present O, tff?\ an I the w?iv responsibilities to be pi faced 11 tup American peopl&.'dtvlnf? to th* rrnilt of t. " ?vur, and its attendant cc tcriu;.?i:! .ns of Hmvuii, Porto Rico. etc. ^ Mr. Litt-ll laid stress on the problem CI the r.j::un must solve, and claimed that It could he solved only by planting the 9t oo<pf! iiimov' the people of those op- ^ pr??*8( I |j|;tnd?. .? I.?-c i.ifihi :!?? manner in wh^ch Christ's kingdom In to be carried on j. nmonj; the new ' additions i to I Unolo Sam's domain was elaborated ton by Rev. Mr. Litrell. and his instructive and entertaining discourse was the subject w of flattering; comment. FIRST PURSRYTERIA& ? - - th Servl ' at This Church Conducted by Dr Cunningham^ tr After a vacation of six weeks, spent P( in Ohio Pcnnsj Ivania and NVw York, nJ Rev. J r. Cunningham, pastor of the n? Fir*t Presbyterian church, has return terdai preached t<> his con- to grt-cailon. (.living to th?? warm weather 1 th? ?v.?nlnjr" service wan dispensed with. Dr Cunningham's morning theme was j? "The Ht-avcnly Winds," taken from the 1,1 text ii Chrunlch-v 4:16: "Awake, O North Wind, and come thou south: blow upon rry garden, that the spice.s thereof zn.'\ (low out." In hi.- jermon Dr. CunnfneHam com- at : i I y to the atfllctW hs, wd thf- : in man hoart t< a garden ivhoac Jc epic*1* flow out upon experience* with frr .-.v. so thJt mun feela in sympathy tr with his. :iffllctei brother, or, ns the pool had It "a fallow feolins makes the ^ vorJd akin." Th?? ?crtnor. wan apppr!a> to a home-eomlnfr. w THE RIVER CONVENTION *t Dcl';gut!oa and Committer Called to M??et Thia Evening. ~ This ' Vfnln:; at S o'clock, at the rooms cf chamber of cothraeree, there will I i m etli of i Wh(eling delegation to the approaching convention of thi Valley Improvement Aaaoclatlon, for the purpose of outlining its plan of action in th?? convention* A full fitter..inn<*e i? earnestly dealredby Ciiair '! to Hnllhen Quarrler, ?>;' t.. executive < : After the delegation'* meeting, the '-r.il river ronv?ntion committees / vuli rr.i?t. Thw>- committee?* include Q i utlve, finance, snt< t tainment, Invitation and reception.' The pinna for ti:c convention will be definitely setXBW ST. I/O (JIB HEADQUARTERS. m Tht Baltimore & Ohio and Baltimore ^ ft 1 >h . s -.iv,iivest po railroads have ? ..?e on the magnificent n toom at Broadway* and Locust street lr, St Louis for the purpose of consoll?Jat*mund-er one roof the freight nnd * Passenger offices now located In that ? city. The new location is the ground J of the American Central building, o *ith flxty-itvte feet on Broadway and : j; icxitj-flvo fi-ftt or. Locum street. Tho tl ticket office v? Hi be In the centre*, front* j n "* ?'i? uroouu.iy, :no rreigm ucpan- j c m<?nt on on* arid*.- and th?- passenger on ' e th? jer, with General Aftnt Qtt'b of- p flee In thi? reur. It, if: quite probable | ti that theae olllcfs v.Ill be even hand- I o *orwr than the IS. & 0. NVv York li ;;id- ti 'lUHrter*, which aro the Uncut in thnt i h city. .1 ^ T: I'riim llrnf. PI 11 LA D19LPJIT A, S*-pt. 4 ? Th<re Wer?? five <K*alhfl from thr heat to-day j< In this cJty and about tw*nty?nv<? pros- ^ trat-ion*. The dead are: Patrick! Jfigan, j45 yrnrs; Johr. Mosvr, uk*<1 50; ? J&niea Lynn, 59; John W. Marriott, .IS; ?: MJrhj?"l Hnwiati, a*, d 3*. To day. f??r ? tho Mmt time since the prewent hot *pHi, " did ihe thc*rinom<-t?T show any sinn* of fal!1n*. For th?? pa?t> three day* it hit* 0 hovered between i*H and 05, but tb*? max- u 5i?um niched lo-duy was 91 degree*. ti Ti? wind readied * velocity of about J * LafirlpK cured This modern malady has becomc Ireaded not more for its direct ta, ;ality than for the weakness ol iody and mind it leave* behind it Prolonged debility, permanent pn? ;ration, melancholy and suicide fol ow La Grippe. For this digeaii ;here is no remedy superior tc Kjefe Cherry Pectoral "The belt remedy 'for la grippa that] now of it Ajer'i Cherry Pectoral Ret. JOHN K. CHASE, South Hampton, N. H. "My wife and fire children were take! lown with la grippe, while the disease was si rideljr preraleot I dosed them with Ayer'i rherry Pectoral. and before using quite tw< wttlea my family was reetared to health. i ;now of several obstinate cases of the aami umplaint which wan also cored by thii eoedy " -J. PARMINTER, Paillette, llisa. ."I was cared of la grippe by the ne ol Iyer's Cbeny Pectoral. C B. THOMPSON, Pub. "Signal," Weet Farmlngtoa, 0. /igcrs Gherrg Pectoral 9 put up in half-gixe bottles at hall irice?50 cents. renty-trwo miles and aided much in at vlating the suffering from tfoe heat >night there are Indication? of loca lowers, with a possibility of coole eather to-morrow. MARTIN'S FEBRT. np? mm! Bllaliap? in Uii Thrlvlug Clt; Across file lttver. Martin's Ferry people felt very Ju lant Saturday evening when the new ora Bellaire announcing the victor ! our running team at that plac ralnat the team from Toronto wa ade known. The boys from this plac ill mnlntaln their reputation as th tampions In hose racing. Ross D. Kooinson ana ?eri onave ttvo for Pittsburgh this afternoon, an om the there they will go to Nei urk, where they will take the ateame tilladelphla tor San Juan, Porto RIc< i September 8. The sale of the real estate of Mrs. Thomas, which was to have take ace Saturday afternoon, ha been cor nued on account of the blda for th mie being too small. Miss Murcla Schofleld goe9 to Colura is to-day on a three weeks' visit wit ?r sister. Her sister, Misa Blanch' 111 take her place in the telephone ol :e here. Mr. R. B. Relnock haa accepted a po tlon with the West Virginia. GJas impany- as traveling salesman an( area this morning on an eastern trip Ten or twelve olu soldiers leave fc Incinnati thla morning to attend th , A. It. national encampment at tba ace this week. ? ? w 4 .* t.VU aU?* ? Mr8. jonr. w. iutu, ui t>?<r v?v< mpanied by Mm James Reed, of tfa land, leaves to-day for a visit at Cln nnatl. Mrs Katharine Ralntonv of Fourtl reet. who has boon. 11! for severs onths past, was somewhat worse yes rday. Charles Wood is expected1 home to ly from a three montih?' cruise la i easure yacht on Lake Michigan. Kverett Drennen will.be home fror mdusky this evening, after a tw eeks' visit with relatives. The Martin's Ferry base ball teai >cs to Tlltonvllle this afternoon to pla ie team of that place. Ben Cropper and wife Will be horn om Atlantic City and other easier) )ints to-morrow. Mr?. Charles Nssh left for her hom . Johnson, O.. af ter a short visit witl ?r parents* here. Judge J. S. Cochran had a sunstrok ?*t Friday which haa confined hlra ti s home irlnce. Ernest Oberdick leaves this evenln r a week's outing through West VJi nia. Mr. Mike Morton, of Indiana, Pa. jim the guest of friends in town yester ?y. Our public schools open this mornln id a lurpv enrollment Is expected. Miss Maud Noble is the guest of Mri tmcs W. Galther on Third street. A. J. Ollorn returned from a busines Il> to Sl.*tersville yesterday. Joseph Jacobs has returned from ifllm-as trip to New York. The tin house at the 1/aughUn mil 1); be off this week. Mrs. Rebecca Dean, of North Flftl reet. Is very Hi. I- a* nialrmvllla % /?? i.w?n nnavci ?iw m. rdny. t# I" rhe o!den days met \|\ 7 WQ were pliriicalW, at least V" \ WOTt^y ?? ^*e admiration o< \ women. It it a great bij) \ ( * *?\ ??mething for a womac X V -f -if k V? *e?ltl,at ker bosband \ l( ? ? N V it truly a capable l/T"'?v \ y> and intrepid pro /JkKU \ Sector. It is a com y flKnur ) g/fll fort for her to feel (jrefiffll [ that he has the //lwi>*i\V \ physical stamini // I UOM V_^/^ z A and courage to dr /J ( / Tu >k 5 1 fend her through * nlCm^xH^^u^V^n'f /[I Nowadays there I I iS iPv is not much to ad ' v. J mire about th< average mat <4^^ from a physica' landpoint He maybe a moral and a men tl Riant, but the flesh of ill-health is weak nd he is probably a physical coward. It ii i?fnr-? airklv man to be a brav? inn. His spirit ?T ? willing bin hii rnly 1> wf?k. Thtt 1. the nun';' own fau nyman CO be h?lthT who will pty I [e rommon ?cn?e titration lo his fccjUtt hrn he liu it. ?"< ? >? he gets lltU. )r Pierce'* Golden Medical Micomjr ji hie greatest medicine for dUordertoftht ature. It strengthens n weak stomach (irrectn all di*ordera of the dlR'st , givei (Jar to the appetite, invigorate* the liver ttriGeft and enriches the blood and tonei p and invigorate# the nerves. It scarcliei tit di?ea*e germs, kills them and carriei fiem out of the system. It ! the grea lood-nnker, fle?n-l>uuuer aim tuI restorative. It makes strong, hr?U t len nut of weak, sickly invalids - Med ine dealers *ell it and no honest dealer wil rcr a substitute upon you. I have Urn taklnjr Dr. Pieree'* Golden mm mI Discovery and 'Pellets' and must "Li/ll Iipy have worked wondtra In my c?*. Ir. I*. !? Pack, (Do* 175). ?r Hluton.Hummer o W. Va. " I like a new person, In fact ilnk I am well, but will take take sure th?- cure U t^rmaaenl. I f"n"? peak loo highly of the'Discovery. I?n?a nythlng tmw without tnlaery In mjr tomairn. . SHU! (offlt eight or fen pounds, welghlai a heavy n* I did three yesrs ago. The tnedidnecertafnlv workM ll^ea charn n me. hut when Iflraf begso ? take It. It a little wo rue frr few days. hadP3'" iiroiiBh my ?K?ly and hone*, httt ntllhl? lelt^mi Aer taking tin; medicines four or five days. 1 SPORT. 1 NATIONAL LEAGDE. ( Won. Lost Per. Cincinnati "0 ? .gs Bonton 71 ? - .?? [ Baltimore O ? .? Cleveland ? . 4? . .SW > Chicago 65 SI .M . New York O U .6? Plttsbonch co til .11* - Philadelphia 65 M . Louisville 60 6? .<29 * Brooklyn 42 . J56 .?} i Washington 40 -32f>. ??! ' St IjOUIs 32 W J6? YESTHRDAY'S GAMES. [ Cincinnati 2. Clevoland 0. Jxjulivlllc 2. St. JxjuIs 1. 't " > ' Pittsburgh C, Chicago 4. TO-DAYITGAMEB. f Washington at Boston. New York at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at ChlcaRO. Cleveland at Cincinnati. : 8t. Louis at Louisville.. ' Baltimore at Philadelphia. ] callahan~vvas WILD. CHICAGO. Sept. 4.?Callahan's wJldness wan responsible for several of PlttuburRh** runs to-day. He forced one In at the start, pave a base and hit a batsman In the sixth, both turning Into runs on a f little lucky hitting. McCormlck's fielding was the distinct feature of the game. Attendance, 7,800. 8core: CHICAGO. AB. R. BH. PO. A. E. Ryan, 1. f...; 5 l 1 0 0 0 Green, r. f....; 5 13 110 McCormlck. 3b 2 0 0 6 3 1 Dahlen, s. s 4 113 3 0 Everltt. lb 4 1 1 11 0 0 Lange, c .( 4 0 0 3 0 0 Connor, 2b 4 0 0 2 J 0 Donahue, 3 0 1111 Callahan, p t o 1 1,4 0 Totals ....34 115 5 1 I PITTSBURGH, AD. Jl BH. TO. A. E. Donovan, r. f 5 0 0 7 0 1 , O'Brien, c. f 3 0 1 3 0 0 ' McCarthy. L t 4 t 3 0 0 0 < Clarke, lb 5 1^800 Pad den, 2b..... 2 10 4 10 . Gray, ?b 3 2 1 1 0 i - Ely, n. a 4 0 12 4 1 . Schrlver, c . 4 0 2 2 1 V Rhlnes, p 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 ToUla M 1 11 27 10 1 r Chicago 0 1100 0020-4 Pittsburgh 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0-6 Earned runs, Chicago 1; Pittsburgh 2. , Two-base hits, Clarke, Gray. Three-base hit, Ryan. Stolen bases, Dahlen. Everltt: ? Double plays, Connor, Dahlen and Everltt: 1 McoCrmlck and Connor. First base on balls, off Callahan 3; off Rhlnes 1. Hit by - pitched ball. Donovan. Padden. Struck , . out. by Rhlnes 2. Wild pitch, Rhlnes. Left on bases, Chicago 7: Pittsburgh 7. y Time, 1:50. Umpires, Swartwood and Warw 1 e ner. ? BREIT8 GOOD FITCIIINd. e CINCINNATI, 8.PL 4.-BrHt?mt?ln e pitched a wonderful game to-day. Cleva- : land had eleven men left on bases, Ave ' _ of them on third, but could not score. ] * Powell, too, was effective after the third a inning. Attendance, 8,700. Score: , r Cincinnati ....0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 '-2 1 I >, Cleveland 0 00000000-0 60 Earned runs. Cincinnati 1. Batteries, 1 f Breltensteln and Pelta; Powell and Cri- i l* ger. Umpires, Emslie and McDonald, n Time, 1:58. e A GAME AND A FARCE. LOUISVILLE, Sept. 4.-Instead of play- 1 Ing two games on LHbor Day, the Colonel* h and Browns played a double-header thin | n afternoon. The first contest was a pitch- , % ers* battle, and was won by the home team !- in the eleventh Inning. Tho second game j was a farce, the ColonelH scoring nine runs 1 In tho first inning. Attendance, 5,000. 1 " Score: i ? RHE i Loulsvllo 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 1 0 1-2 10 3 . I. St. Louil 0000001000 O-l 5 4 1 ir Batteries, Magee and Kittredge: Carsey R and Sugden. Umpire, O'Day. Time, 1:60. t Second game. RHE Louisville 9 1 1 1 1 1 0 *-14 22 t ' 81^ Louis 0 0102000-68 2 1 bornca runs, MuiBvum ?, ou uuum ?. Batteries. Altrock and Powers; Sullivan, i - Taylor, Callahan and Sugden." Umpire. , 0*Day. Time, l:?0. J I INTKIl-STATB LEAGUE ! At Springfield. RHE ' - Springfield 2 4 0 2 1 0 I 1-1.1 IS 4 i X Mansfield 0 0000006?685 Batteries?Weill and GraOlus; Ely and < n Belt _ I 0 At Dayton. RHE 1 Dayton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0?1 0 1 1 n Toledo 0.0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0-373 ( y Batteries?Brown and Lattlmer; Ferguson and Arthur. I ? At Grand Rapids. HHE ! 1 Or'd Rapids...! 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1-6 14 3 Fort Wayne...0 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 *?7 9 1 e , Batteries?Wayne and Cote; Relman and jj Patterson. BOWLING 0 Won. Lost. Per. Ave. . R C. C. C 41 12 .7&S M7 - Bowlera 40 14 .740 1 All Alike 26 18 .<66 861 , Argonauts 33 21 .600 S6S 1 . K. K. K S3 22 .5X2 K* J - Puritans 31 23 .673 K2S Slgsbee 2S 1M .51B Sfil _ Fltshugh Lee 24 30 .<44 820 & Old Cronies IS 36 .033 602 All Americans .... 13 Z9 .277 776 < . N. E. I*. & A. A.. 13 41 .240 77* 1 Tidal Waves 12 42 . 222 77tf , 9 To wind-up the summer bowling: tour- < tiament ?t Mozart Park in fitting style ! R Secretary Hamllnn has decided to hang tip another purse for a handicap con, tost, to be bowled after the finish of the , season. The purse will be divided into , three parts, in order to give more teams , 1 a chance for some of the prise money. ] Details have not been completed as yet, j ' but will be announced this week, and i _ entries are expected to be handed the c - secretary on or before the. 12th instant. 1 1 The clubs will probably be represented i i tw turn or more men. which feature will < ndd considerably to the Interest of the ' contest. The bowling fraternity Is nnx- 1 lous to know the particulars of the con- ' test, a fact that shows the Interest taken In tho sport here. Individual averages are as follows: Weltsel, C. C. C., (54), 166; Stevenson, < C. C. C.. (42). 160: Barter. Howlers. (51). . 159; Nolle, All Alike, (.16). 158; Erablen, Bowlers, (47). 155; P. Brasch. All Alike, (24). 154; Hnckman, K. K. K., (37). 153; 4 Wilhelm, Puritans, (39), 153; Wanner, J Pitt Lees, (48), 153; Marftchnar, Pit* | Lee, (30), 152; Balxir, All Alike, (44), tins, Argonauts, (23), 150; Jon?>s. Slgsbee 1 1517; Blcktneyer. 8lgsbee. (36). 151; Al- 1 exander. Bowlers, (47). 150; Evans, Ar- " gonnuts, (23), 150; Jones, Slgsbee, (tS), 149; Yenke, Old Cronies. (17), 149; Gor- } don, Argonauts, (23). 149; Kromrick, All Alike. (30), 148; Wise. Bowlers. (36). 1 147; Jones. N. K. h. A- A. A.. (54). 147; Sarver, Argonauts, (53), 147; Vogler. 1 (20), 147; Gaus, C. C. C.. (48). 147; Jnrk- * on. K. K. K.. (48), 146; Pranm, Old Cro- Jt nies, (53), 146; Blcharrts. Howlers, (45). 1 145; Bycott, K. K. K., (39). 14.*; Wain- , wrlght, Slgshee. (32). 145; Scarborough, , Pit* Lee, 16), 145; Arndt. All Alike, (33). . 144; Schrader, All Americans, (42), 144: { Henning. Bowlers. (45). 144; Miller. Pur- j Itans, (42), 144; Xebon, Argonauts. (31), 143; Cochran, C. C. C., (51), 143; Martin, Blgsbre, (36). 143; Handy, Slgsbee. (30). 142; Speldel, Old Cronies. (15). 142; Fstfk. , N. R. Jj. * A. A. (48). 141; Bakor. Purl- 1 tans, C21). 141: Barter, All Anieriains. * t WJ), ifu; ltecu, niKnuee, n?, .???e Donnoll, Argonaut*. (S3), 139; King. i r Slfabee. (31). 13S; Rny. K. K. K., (.11). J 136; Acker, Puritans, (51), ISO; Bower*. : 1 K. K. K.. (3). 1SS; Zimmerman. All American*, (30), 134; n. Welty, c?. C. C., , 1 134; Brett, Pit* Lee. (31). 133; Car- ( , rloiin, AH American*, (34), 132; McEIroy, . K. K. K., (38), 132: J. Welty, C. C. <?., I (20), 132; llnrrv, Puritan*. (6). 132; I Smith, N. E. L. A A. A., (34), 131; Pet ti-rwn. K. 1\. K., (32), 131; Brern*on. I Pit* Lee, (15), 131; .TacoIih, Puritan*, r (27), 130: neuter, N. E. I,. & A. A., (4S). 120; Weltrel, Arffonnut*. (24), 129; Wain. | K. K. K.. (3), 129; Belt*. All Alike, (15), i 129; Gardner, All Americans, (21), 128; ! Mortar, Puritan*. ( ), 127; Miller Old ( Cronies, (31), 127; F. Pettc, Old Croulca, IF YOU THINK IT WONT CURE Read the Following and Remember It Costs Nothing In Case of Failure. JlEcronn, Mass. Tm? R.'T. Booth Co. am now M yeara of ace ami ha*e coughed fcince I waa eighteen, doctor* called it consumption and thraa Med ford pbyMfbna gavame ??P1 mm entirely cured la*t September byIbC uicul llrxM*" udI Mmi had 00 mum of Uu Ournb Mrs. ANNA K. Ilfc\ 1-. 24i Main btreet. " Byomtl" la tb? pair remedy *> lam veriniU ti? outer tlio bronchial lubw and ItuiffB, where U daatroja 1 lie bacilli of Utaeaae at odm, thna itrrattipllahiuic what the medical iirofeaalou has atrlreu In ralu to do lor year*. it is guaranteed You can purchase *liyomct" hum your drugght, Or wa will send it by niall. Price of outfit owi?lcta#1.00. Katra buiuet, 60o> "H>v?ucl"lJaIo.l Mc. R-T. BOOTH (OkfPANY, Koeew 20-21 Auditorlaai EaU<lag. CUcapa Ml. (15), 123; Fugate, N. E. t. & A. A.. (34). 122: Millor. All AmArlrana. fl5i. 120: Btalb, Old Cronies, (6), 120; Kohm, Fltz Lee, (6), J19; Carenbatior, X. E. L. & A. A., (24). 117! Mann, Fitz Lee, (9), 115; Rita, All American!*. (?), 114; Hassell, X. E, L, & A. A., (9), ill; Morrison. K. K. K., (2), 110; Moody. Pits Lee, (9), 108. Schedule for thla week: Monday, Old Cronlea vs. Tidal Waves; All Alike vs. Puritans, Tuesday-K. K. K. vs. Slgsbee; X. E. L. & A. A. va. Bowlers. Thursday?Fitx Lee vs. C. C. C.; Argonauts, vs. All Americans. lQTBAlI~ Xo sport In this section has suffered so much from the war as football. At this time a year ago (he air was full of football talk, but the gridiron boys haven't yet begun to stir themselves, except In the case of the colleges, and at these Institutions the outlook Is not as bright for the popularity of the game as It might be. The champion Washington and Jefferson team, of Little Washington, contributed moat of its eleven to the Tenth Pennsylvania regiment, now at Manila, and with them out of the gome football Isn't being pushed very hard, though It Is sure to come to the front now that the war Is over. And there is no reason why the game should depend on the boys who ire away. F, Harris Tost, the great coach, was In Wheeling on Saturday, en route to Nebraska. Tie will coach the University of Nebraska 4eanl this fall, jetting $1,000 for ten weeks' services. West Virginians naturally take pride In the climb of the Marion county athlete, and especially those who have followed his course since he started In at the State University In 1895 as a green hand. When JTost bought a football guide, and spent more time with It than with his law books, he was made the victim of frenuent roastings, which didn't lessen when he began to board with the tlrst paid coach the University secured. This coach, by the way, had too many kinks In his hair to suit, but Yost, nevertheless, was a close student. With the next coach, a few weeks later, Yost became a boon companion, and in a month, Yost, In his first season, became the Btnr player, chiefly because he always kept "his eye on the ball." The following summer, Yost, who has extensive oil interests, was found bucking oil men around the oil flelds, and he nearly wore his own brother out by bucking him around the hillsides on their farm. His brother, however, hasn't become such a great player. One af Yost's notable achievements was playing hit position, left tackle, with Lafayette college when it defeated the University of Pennsylvania, two years ago. Last season he coached the Ohio WpHlPVfin University team with won lerful success, and the trick of palming tils oft as a student was discovered <00 late by the University of Michigan team, which couldn't do better than 11 tie with the Ohio boys, especially with Tost, who was very much of the rapidfire order. His geniality and fondness for football Insures his success In Nebraska. ____________ BOXING. What promises to be a hot number 1 wM be the eight rounds next Thursday waning at Bridgeport between Kid IVanko and Tommy Cavanaugh. This tout will be for a decision and- precedes :he main event, which has for It? stars Leslie Pearee and- Jimmy Fogarty, who SCO twenty round* or more. ( They are jaimng ituiniuiiy iw mwr ivhlch may be put down as one worth a long Journey, but Wanko and Cava*- i rough sltould- be a whole thing In thenv- I selves, and In Phttadvlphla ar.d other :lt1e? where no more thoi> six rounds ?re aNowed wouCil be billed a? a great . attraction. Oscar Gardner, accompanied by his manager, Jack Arthurs, If ft yesterday ifternoon for New York for his twenty ouml contest Friday evening with Sam Bolen before the I>enox Athletic club. Bolen 1b a warm- potato. They are to jvelgh In at 124 pounds at 3 p. m. the lay of the contest. Gardner's next bat- j Je Is one week from to-morrow evening it Louisville, Ivy.?his long deferred 1 jonrtoat with Jimmy Mrashadi. Gurd- 1 ler's activity Is making a name for , Mm, and he coi?M already show lu a nuseun> as a globe trotter. I CHAIRMAN MOTTS BULLETIN. BALTIMORE. Md., September 4.? - ?<-" Ik.. T A ?* Mnlni, I .nairtuiLii .uwn, w u<c ?. ?. <. ........n , joard, hn? Issued the following bulletin: The -fallowing: is the score In the national championship: Bald, 153; McHariand, 117; Major Taylor, 116; Kim- ? >le, 111; Cooper, 100; Arthur Gardiner, '7; Freeman, 6.1; Steven*, .".9; Mertens, S; Jay ISaton, 16; John- Fisher, 34; Wil- ' lam Martin, 13; Tom Butler, 9; Bowler, , ; Klscr, 6; Fred Sim?, 5; Dr. Brown, 5; Fiiap Eden, 4; Becker. 4; Nat Butler, 3; < Karl ICaaer, 3; Bourotte, 2; C, M. BIy, f; Hills, Jr., -; Watson. Coleman^ 1; 11. 1 3. Cnldweil, 1; Cabuiir.c, 1. Chnrl** Cn-mptwii and John Woods, FI1llf*l>oro, O., are suspended* from the tfini'tlou privilege and nried off all I,. \. W. tracks In every capacity for pronoting unsanctioned races. Fred S. Coulter, Frankford. Ind., and rack are placed on the liht of thone to vhom aW sanctions will be refused, ending payment of prizes and $10 line 'or refusal to send In nj*>rt. Coulter ? also ruled oft uiM L. A. W. tracks. ( lonrmlrr Arrlrf" *t Tom|?klti?vlH??. ? N-MW YORK, Sept. 4.?The United j *tatrf? auxiliary cruiser Gloucester, < :,>tn rounder WtUnwrlght, which salS'd nrni Guaivtauamo tawt Monday, arrived ; n port this morninfr with ail well, and : m<h?ivd off T?mpkln*-vH'.f. ONE CENTS | A WORD , All solid ndvertliiemrnU undsr ?? j tho following heading*: : J I ? 3 WANTED. PEIiBUNAMI, ? LOST AND FOUND, FOR KENT. FOR SALE, Will bo Inserted at the r*te of 3N?__CENT. "A~JWOkD 1 ' WBBB TiagPB-OBO . / : - ' ' HAT F?r the I Il'U I THIS WEEK Exhibitors, here's the best dec attractive, cheap? r"*i_ no Set pieces in tri-colors?star, also tri-colors and plain (pin Io-yard length?. Gutters of 'Tissue outwear TWO FOR TWENTY-FIVI Make your exhibits cheerft the city. Special Fair Week attrSctic will make it interesting for tin who may be here. Space wil a call will suffice in the way merits. . i A Fall and Winter Dress Got ' collection that has no equal; h exclusive and choice in style,; pvprv wan J Choice of hundreds of pieces or fancy, from There arc more stocks of the j black or colors. Ready=Made Suits and Sepan New arrivals of the very latest flouncc skirt,, box coats and re Children's and Infants' Caps, and Fancy silk and cashmere, ribbon or fi fon or braided; from. White Caps of muslin and nainsook, lace-ti embroidery Infants' Slips, long or short skirts, moccasins, i New line Leather Chatelains in blajk or colors, in new shap Geo. E. St i fob bent. For rent-several good rooms : In the City Bank Building. Inquire at the City Bank of Wheeling. mrtfr ] T7IOR rent?THE WARE-BOOM NO. i JJ 1510 Main street. Poaaessioh at once. Inquire of R. J. McCULLAQH, No. 91 Fifteenth street . au2 t Tjlll! RENT-OFFICE AND LODGING ! J. rooms at 1606 Market street Water and . both. xascH In each room. Rent very resBonablo. Apply to 1501 Market atreet de20-m&ta r ========= i GENERAL NOTICES. } A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. : Having been appointed administrator of the estate of Conrad Scheller, I hereby ; notify all portions Indebted to said estate , to make* prompt payment to the under- r signed, and persona having claims against the estate will present them to me, properly attested, for settlement. JOSEPH KORN, Administrator of the Eetate of Conrad . Scheller. auM* j PROPOSALS. S proposal8. J Proposals will be received at tho clerk's ? office of tho Uonrd of Commissioners of i tho county of Ohio until Monday, Septem- i ber 6, 1898, at 10 o'clock a. m.. for paving I tho northerly side of the National Road a from Paxton's culvert to the Wheeling . I'ark. Specifications can bo soon at this r >fflce. T. C. MOFFAT,_ lc sol Clonic Board or fommiwiunw?. r ================== f REAJj ESTATE. y For Rent, hsruil i An elegant modern residence, 10 rooms s intl bath, hot and cold water, both Rases, t went ?lde of Chapllne between Twentysecond and Twenty-third streets. PossesHon Riven October 1. 6 rooms up stslrs on Fifteenth street, ~ :orner Jacob, only $15. 2 large rooms, kitchen, hajl and Rood eel- ( lar, brick house, 3509 Chapllne street, first ! I lloor, only J10. I A country residence with grounds. In- I quire at once. ( I C. A. SCHAEFER S CO., XKVS* ;! Tolophono 517. 1 ' Real Estate Bargains, ] 8? North Broadway, S-room brick house, 1 ;orner lot, M> by 120 fret. n A roo<1 S-room brick house on Fourteenth itreet. 14 South Broadway, 7-room frame house, nrHii. ..... 2?a Mnrket utreet, frroom brick house, lot 2<5 by 100 ffrt. ? fi-room honnc on 8outh I run ?lwrt. r.-room holme on South Fenn street. .V-room houae on Wabaah street. K-room houae on New Jwy. Money to Loan on City Heal Latate. < Theo. W. Fink & Co., " _ Thonn M. IMP M.rk.l Blrwl. FOB ZRyEjJsTT. S'o. 15 Inrtlnnn ?treet..... 115 M \'o. MO North York ftroot loft) Cn 171 Mlvloonth Mtroot ll (X) <o'. TI'ViV.t H.:: i oo Mo. 3.17 Main street. double room on first floor and front cellar, both Rosea lurnlhliod for 10 (0 Co. 2144 Alley A, 2 rooms S 00 Co. 2W7 Alley 11 8 00 Co. lfiM Market street SO W Co. 30 Sixteenth utrrM. bottling cellar It 00 Co. 32 Sixteenth Htreet. ofJlce room.. 10 00 Co. 34 Sixteenth street, flrnt floor.... 17 00 lliirkumlth fhop near Twenty-fourth Htic?<t .10 00 roomed house In rear of 1100 McCol- * loch ntrrrt ft 00 ]' s'o. l?r? Seventeenth Htreet, 2 rooms... 5 00 " Co. 2002 Main street, .1 rooms 0 00 01 rooms Second at reel. Martin'* Ferry. Ohio, natural ?as fixture* for heat and light : 7 00 james~aThenry. * Renl Kntutn A Rent, Collector, Notary = Public and Pension Attorney, So. 1*12 fl Main street, ?ull J ! >. a. BttrMh* oxy, -" '* f& Jig Fair orative article out?durable. ire Tissue. shield, wreaths, plumes, etc.; k, white, green) garlands in feather dusters; cost only ? CENTS. il, whether at the Fair or in ms in every department that : town folks; also the visitor 1 not permit classifications, but of informing yourself of the ids omc and foreign manufacture; yet moderate in price to suit Joe up to $L001 Yard. in almost every color, plain $L00 up to $4.00. Iiiuic LAViuai>t uucrwuiws m its Skirts. cut, both in plain or Spanish efer suits. Bonnets, white or colored, ir-triramed, edged with chif 39e to $i.98 Each. immed, or ornamented with 25c to $2.96. :acks or booties, at all prices, cs .. .. 26e up. 5 ^ y* Tl IJLCT CK. WANTED. \I7"ANTED?AGENTS, EITHER SEX I W I to 6 dollars a day. "No books.'' Enclose to stamp. A. A., Room 10, 1031 trch street, Philadelphia. " VirANTED?EXPERIENCED SALESTT MAN for Lubricating Oils, Greasot ind specialties; salary or commission. JQU1TABLE REPINING CO., Cleveland, )hlo. aul7-tth4? ITrANTBD?AGENTS FOR RAPID ff selling war novelties. Call on our epresentatlve at 832 Main street Saturday wtween 9 and 4 o'clock and secure terrioryln and about Wheeling. ART NOVSLTY CO.. Plttaburgh. set* TO LOAN. L/TONET TO LOAN-MLOOO-OO, I10.q00.pq Dri. ti6.ooo.oo, i?,ooo.oo. oeo.7. mathiION, Real Estate Agent. 1108 Market Be FOR SALR. FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUBINESS at a bargain. Addreas J. m., are Intelligencer offlce. auH (TlOll SALE?ON B AND ONE-HALF IJ lot In Greenwood cemetery; fine loca* Ion; corner let; adjoining best Improve* nents in cemetery. Address CEMETERY -QT. care Intelligencer ofllca. apll [TIOR SALE-THAT DESIRABLE LJ plcce of wound at corner of Fifteenth nd McCol loch streets. Both streets avod and Elm Grove railway running ast both fronts. Owner Is now in the Ity and can be seen at the Bullard PrintriR House, No. 14 Twelfth street, for a cw day. \ Ml' YALNUT GROVE PKUPtKIY. Property of Ellet helra to be sold by J. \ Hone*, Fourth and Hanover, who will how the property and make sale, or paries may call upon or addreas WM. D. CABELL and A. MOORE, Jr., Truatea, au? MS Main St. Wheeling. W. Va. >OOOOCXXXXXX)OOOOOOOOOOOOG BOILERS FOR SALE. } Thfm (3) 60 horse Power Tubular , Poller, I THE BIOCH BROS. TOBACCO CO. ioooooooooooooooooooooooo |^<0R SALE FES CHOICE L0T3 AT EDGIIuTOfc CHKAP ANt> ON RAtT TKBUi W. V. HOGE, City Bank HalUlng. \fri9 Market U. 5th Street Property. I ?m onthorlaed to ?ell at bargain,. It ?ld qulrklj-, the ilw"lllnR? namb?rert 4S, 7 and 49, on iho north aid* of Flfteeelli irwti at til* corner of Alloy K. JAIK1 L. IIAWLET, Real Katate nod Real Eatata Loaaa, long Main Street. j? j? FOR SALE > J? warwirK uninn lo. moc*. West Virginia Olaas Co. Stock. Central (Mass Co. 8tock. Crystal Qlass Co. Stock. FoMorla Olaas Co. Stock. ^ , Aetna-Standard Preferred Stock. nivemtd* Iron WorkR Stock. Exchange Bank Stock. ^ ? . Wheeling & Belmont Bridge Co. Stock. Wheeling Bridge Co. Stock. Wheeling Bridge Co. Bonds, Whltaker Iron Co. Bonda. FOR RENT. Fine renldence, completely furnished, lih nil modern conveniences, on Chan no turret, betwwn Twelfth and Four'outU streets. PoMesalon can be had at IH*e. Money to Loan on City Real EstaU. HOWARD HAZLETT, T0CK8, DONBH AND INVESTMENTS. Exchange Rank Building., HHB INTJCLUOENCBR PRINTING L Kit*bUahmaat-Jteat.aocur?t*?re?0fc

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