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FOR YOU WILLI We Promise Yon & Treat aucli as Yon will Enjoy! We shall Expect Yon and I Till ba Disappointed if we Don't See Yoa .taong the Crowd, for Eierybody and Everybody's Heighbor is Coming to the Grand Gas and Electric Light OPENING! THE HUB One Price Clothiers. ow ij Thursday Evening, May 28, '91, Commencing at 7:30 O'clock. During the Evening the Opera House Band will Render the Following | PHOaRAMHB: i. March?"Exposition," .... Wiegand - KD^oi- Dnoeortf" 9iinnp> 12. WVCIIU1C?" 1 uct anva x ^uoam, ? i t j. Selection from "The Gondoliers," . . Sullivan 4. "The Mill in the Forest"?Descriptive. . Eisenberg 5. Medley?"Ridiculous," .... Barnard 6. Polka?Duet for Two Cornets, . . . Curth 7. Potpourri?"The Burlesquers," . . Recker 8. Waltz?"A Message from Vienna," . . Strauss <). Selection from "The Brigands," . . . Offenbach 10. "The Golden Blonds," Eidenberg I" Ti. meaiey?"a ooscon oaite, . . . uiuuns 12. Polka de Concert . . ... . Reinhardt ^ i j. Galop?"Don't Frighten Us," . . . Strauss E. W. SPEIL, Musical Director. EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A HANDSOME SODYENIR! The Steamer R. E. Phillips will make a Special Trip for flrrommndation of Bellaire and Benwood people. I NO GOODS WILL BE SOLD ON EVENING OF OPENING. ? Oozne and See tlao Opening Tliat Will too Town Tails.. I Hub Clothiers, |: Corner Fourteenth aad Market Streets. .. ? WX'ri ' -ii J&iw is. GEO. M. SNOOK ft. CO. MM! iimufft Tlio best 25c Bilk Mits. The best, Fast Black Hose for 25o. The now HcamlcJs Waist (or children. The loading makes of Coreeta and Coraet Waists. Hoao Supporters in either black or white. Indies' Jerocy Ribbed Vesta front 0J? to $1 60. Lockstitch Muslin Underweaf? Lord FauntlerOy Collars and Cufls. Gold Dot Face Veilings. Leather and Metal Belts. Umbrellas for rain or ehlne. Hand Bags and 1'urseB in new shapes. Black Hklrts in 811k, Satino, eto. Ladies' Skirt Waists in black and fancies. Wash Silks in black, cream and fancies. Fast Black Organdies, new styles. Satin Striped (irenadines, very choice. Complete outfits for graduates. Lost, but not least?Tho Ileit Black Goads Bargain Ever Offered at 60c per yard. GEO. M. SNOOK St CO. GEO. E. STIFEL A. CO. PRICE! OUR ENTIRE LINE OF Black Spring Jackets! TF111 be Sold at Half Price, Tlx l $5 00 Jackets for $2 50 $0 00 Jackets for $3 00 $6 50 Jackets for $3 25 $7 00 Jackets for $3 50 $8 00 Jackets for $4 Od $10 00 Jackets for $5 00 Co., (Do., d)o. These are all this season's goods, lato and desirable styles, and we only make this ofrer on acoount that we don't want to move themtoour new stores. Gr C-> JtSl m STIFEL & CO. No. 1114 MAIN STREET. Otlivo: Nuri, JJftnntJ 21 Fourtoenth Street. Kew AdvortlsomenU?Fourth Page* ITotcl Windsor Cafo. i S Notico to Buildere nnd Contractors. For Kent? George Johnson, Get-tho Rochenter?Kvring Bros, Notice?John W. Cummliui. For Kent? F. II. Lange. Managers Wonted Everywhere. New Stock FrefiU liluo Print Paper?E, L. Nicoli. Notice?I. B. Van Fossen. A Rare Chonco?Staunton Development Co.? Second page. Klecfrio Cleanser?0. Mendel & Co.?Fifth pngo. MESSRS. FRED HAPPY, Ohm. Schmidt nnd fl. llieberson advertise ohoico lota for sale nt Belvedere, tho new addition nround the hill, on terms within tho rench of the inoHt moilvrntely situated. Either of thune gentlemen will furnl&h pints of inforniu tlon. DECORATION DAY* Tfio Mamnerchor Picnic and Somraernachtsfest nt the l'ark. Concort and Dunelug MuhIu by tho Opera House Brass Hand ittid Oroliefitrn from 1 to 10 p. m. HALF IIOSU SPECIALTY. 400 dozen of our celobrated Font Black and Colored Half Homo purchased before the change on tho tariff, will bo sold at tho , old price, 25 cunts a pair. C. nFAS Jt SONS, Merchant Tailors and OonU* Furnishers, TThiH 1021 and 1393 Market Htrfcot. IF yon cannot seo and need .Spectacles, ron .should call on us and have yonr eyes tested without charge. Wo have tho fluest instrument* and more experience than any other Optician in the State, and guarantee I satisfaction or money refunded. JACOB W. GBUBB, Jeweler and Optician, Corner Twelfth and Market Streets. * New Buildings on South Jacob Street, It 1b fltnted that Mr. W. 8. McColiough, tho South Sido druggist, will build tour business houses on mb vacant lot above tho South Side Bank. One will probably contain a produco stofe, whilo a jewelry store may occupy another. Tho Power Still Uncertain, Notwithstanding an assertion to tho contrary in another papor yesterday morning, the new engine at the electrical power' house docs not sdom tb have remedied mattei-s much. Between the hours of 1 and 4 in tho afternoon yesterday, tho power was oil' livo times (or short periods. A Well Heeled Colored Man. Robert Cnry, colorod, was arrested yesterday on a pcnce warrant sworn but by William Siichey, also colored. Ill default of a $50 bond, 'Sqitiro Uavis sent him to jail, pending a hearing set for this ovening at 7 o'clock, When searched at tho jail a homo-made, billy and several dytmmito Cartridges wore found on Cary a person. Tito Bnnkfl to Clogs Snturtluy, Saturday, JJomorial Day, is a iiationnl holiday, mid the Banks of tho city will In nrcnrilnnrn with their usual fMIRtnm close on that day. Persona having papor due ou that day or othor business to trnneaet will lmvc to attend to it on Friday. The postolflco will observe the usual holiday hours on Saturday. It is probable that the suspension o( general business will not bo as general as If usually is, the day being Saturday, too good a business-day to be sacrificed to patriotism. Tiu'Mmnnerchor will give IhalranPark neit Saturday (Ducr.ration Day). The Opera House Brass Band and Orclimiiu will turnUh U>? oeacsrt nod dancing music. - -i horrible: accident. Muck Tnrlirt, of llcllnlre, (1 round toPtocM ntllanwood bjrn U. A O. Tralu Yea tor day. Tartjpt, otBellalre, ra killed in a most Horrible manner at Benwood yesterday afternoon. Ho was a brukoinan ( on train No. 47 on tho B. & 0., which leaves liero for n through run to Chicago at 4:01. At Benwood when the train Wes transferred from tho switch to tho ' main track west, Turbct attempted to board it while in motion. Ho was crtaglit "by tlio railing of ono of tho cars iii soma way and before ho could loose himself or tho train could be stopped he was thrown under thd wheels and ground into a shapeless mass from the waist down. Tho wheel passed over his left leg and up onto the abdomen, crushing out tho entrails and inner organs and leaving tho internal organism exposed, Ho was not dead when extricated, and was placed in the baggage car and taken to Bollaire, where he died in about ail hour auer uiu acciueni. no was cuiiscioub from tlio time the acident occurred till death relieved him. Mack Tarbetwas about thirty yearn old, and \vaa well known both hero and iuBolhiiro. He had been employed on the IS. fc O. for several yearn, and was formerly on a passonner run botwoen BcUniro and Pittaburgli on the Cleveland'A Pittsburgh road. Ho leaves a. wife and two small children. WATEK 1'IiUGS IN BAD SHAPE. Serious Trimble May Itenutt Some Time. Should be Taken Care of at Ouce. Thofireup Caldwell's run yesterday < morning led to the discovery that the . last water plug up that way wad covered by about two feet <5f dirt. Residents of " the locality said that the natural gas company in repairing damage done to its mains by one of the freshets in that stream had thrown the dirt there, and there it had remained every since. The fact that the earth was thrown there was not known by anybody who had tho authority to remedy it until the pluc was needed for a fire, and then finding its location and digging it out consumed valuable time, it was also milieu yesieraay morning uy ri'twiuiiiM up Caldwell's run that tliero were formerly two plugs farther up the run than this one, DUt they were washed out by n freshet and never replaced. Tho city llmltB reach much further cant than that, and should a lire occur out in tho vicinity of the old (lour mill it might do considerable damage, aiid the lire department would bo powerless to prevent. Chief Healy, of tlie fire department, H'lia asked .yesterday whoso -business it was to repair the fire plugs and replace thoso removed. ?IIo~ replied that It was tho duty oftiio Water Board, and that that board always attended to such things when they were brought to its attention, "but, ho added, "wo are not charged with the duty of keeping the fire plugs in good shape, and except by Occident we do not discover when repairs are needed until wo need the ping to extinguish a fire, and then wo need it bad. We don't have timo to go and make a report to tho other department while tlie lire is burning down somebody's house." ' How would you remedy tlio state of affairs?" "If the city will give tho fire depart ment Charge of tlio lire plugs ami-appropriate about $500 a year for the purpose of kepping them In repair, proporly olle^I, etc., I will agree to put them in shape so that you can always rely 011 them. In all other cities the firo department has charge of the fire plugs, wiil it ought to liore." THEY SOLI) ON SUNDAY And Tlioy Blunt Pny tlio Ununl Tax for thnt I'rivilojfo?Copt. Dvlbruggo Talks. | .Jwo more saloon-keepers who neg- I lected the1 warning of tlio policoand kept open last Sunday 'walked up to the captain's office and settled yesterday. Ihcywore Bader A Maurer and Gus. Miller. Each paid tho customary $20 and costs. This trinkes eight in all who have confessed judgment and paid tho fine. It is Understood that there aro yet a few who will have to come to time shortly. In conversation with nn Ixtelmoenceb reporter yesterday Chief of Police Delbruggo said that fie had never told one of Ills officers to notify the saloon keepers to close up last Sunday. Ho did tell them all to keep a good lookout on the saloons on their beats, and if thoy saw anybody selling or Keeping open to report them, that they might uo prosecuted. It win not his desire or intention that tho saloon keepers should bo warned. The Chief also Buggestod that tho officer who said lie Jiud been ashamed to see tho open violations of the law in the past, simply confessed in that statement that lie had not done his duty, as it was his business tosco that tho law was not violated. "Does tho order to keep shut on Sunday apply to next Sunday ?" the Captain was asked. "It is my intention to onforco the Sunday law strictly hercaftor," ho replied. "Tho saloons must remain closed not only next Sunday, but.overy Sunday hereafter, or take ' the consequences." VALUATION OF THIS PROPERTY . Condoned l>y tlio Terminal Hallway Company in East Wheeling 1m Fixed. The commissioners appointed by tho Circuit Court to condemn tho lots on I Clmpline, ^Nineteenth and Eighteenth I Btroets, in East Wheeling, needed by ! tho Terminal Compnny to complete its facilities' in tho way of passenger sta tion ana ireignt depots, raaae weir report to the court yesterday. To the West Virginia Tobacco Company tliov award damages in the sum oi $>,500, for a piece of ground U(l by (II feet, on tho northeast corner of Cimplino and Eighteenth streets; to June K. Bodley $1,500, for part of lot 13, lying 120 feet south of Ninetoonth street and between Jacob dud Wood*", to John lSodlcy $750, for parts of lots 19 and 2(1, lying 120 feet south of Nineteenth street and between Jacob and Woods; to Heitz, Finding & Co. $1,500. for part of lot 14. south of Nineteenth street, between Jacob and Woods. Tho report was filed yesterday afternoon, and none of the parties interested hnvo imdjime to decide whether they Mill accept tho awards or appeal. Entitled to tho Unit. 1 All arc entitled to tho best that their i til 1 ? (..nil.. JJJWiJUV l?lil UUh BU BtlilJ luooy fllWUtU have, at once, a bottle of the best family remedy, Syrup of Fi^s, to clcanse tho , system when costive or bilious. For ' sale in 50c and ?100 bottles by all lead- j lug druggists. IF yonr nnmo 1* not on tho INTELLIGENCER'S Subscription Hook* make haste to K?t It on tlio 11 at* NotwJthfttnnilJnjr increased il*e and Renernl llmprovoiucnt there In no Incrciuto lnprloo. Still better t^&|f are to como. ^ , Majmdec L. Oovrio eelli Millinery tho cheapest, %. " ;JE3 STONE & THOMAS-DRY GOODS. FUN THIS WEElC ill Is ?1 Mtta Ills ALMOST O-IVEJIsr AWAY. RERDI REKDI RERD! A Regular SOc all wool Cashmere at 39c. | Regular 70c all wool Henrietta Cloth at 49o. Regular $125 all wool Henrietta Cloth at 66c. Regular $150 Silk Warp Henrietta Cloth at 99o. Regular 50 cent Black Silk at 25 oents. Regular 70 cent ?lack Silk at 47 cents? Regular $1 00 Blaok Silk at 69 cents. Regular $1 25 Black gllk at 79 cents. Regular $1 65 Black Silk at 98 cents. , Stone & Thomas HOUSE A HERRMANN-FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. e^Olft WiThj TH sifEJl j n.. . > w rti in imr r\r? IMA I uun LtiiNC. yr Furniture, Carpets and Stoves CAN BE EQUALED . House & Hermann, laoo Main Street. my? WEEKLY Oil MONTHLY PAYMKXTT. M.J. MTADDEN-FINE WHITE SHIRTS. M. J. McFADDEN. ?INE WHITE SHIRTS SPECIAL OFFER! Made to Order ^ m^^SSomj A11 th0 llltc8t Colon' Eneluh Br0Trn- T&nf doubly Bowoti Manilla, Amber, Slccl, in round and spuat# aro mode opfcn ""stiff hats i Kok?t0r.t?fe Worm 13 and MM, ?1 ' Jm pri ji, ~k $250. THIS WEEK. I iWWBfw &toSHb8H IIJl0.!'?? Do not fill to boo these. Tlicv cannot bo had TCturn lllo jor this prrceanywhere but McFADDEX'8. money. . Strnvr llaw at all prices. . cr. 3vc'5\adideit, One Price Hat and Shirt store. CHEAPEST STORE IN WHEELING. ?- 1820 nnJ 1988 Market Street, Wheeling. ALEXANDER ACQ. BICYCLES. 8IMPL^' swift"" strong! SWIFT S/^lrY Hll A 23??t on Bartl*. V^y)|p L V -J \ R,*,d nnfI ?PriDff frames. 8olld cushion nnd V?> \ 1 ? I r pncumatlo tlrca. Patent roller tompcrH chato IV In Hull bearings. 100,0<X) In use. Macblnw U o*?hion tires guaranteed. v cad for catalogue to JASON C. STAMP, ?t? v.. AND OUR SHOES DO FLY, -F""' l?n?l?lt toonr?torf unyitlmc botwccn 7 <u m. _ _ _ _ , . rtT4n/HT5Tfl riicyoRED-LION SPEvJriC applies to crorytpln/t l? ?ur immeiwe utock, but mor? particularly to our . , tlcn'i Calf and Dongola (Smooth Inner- FOT tn6 BlOOClj nolci) at 42 60 \ .mlics' Donsoln.UonuIno Malta-Turned, aU 2 M _ . A n?r| 1 s Brings Snnslwie lo tbe Sou, *tuUes' Oxford Tfe?, Tip aud Plain Toe 1 00 0 PUllOESTIIESYSTEM OKIMl't KIT*'* Any of (ho above ia all ?hap? and all width*. tuis? .. Purely Vegetable. Oontaine no Muroury or Other Mineral Pols009* ALEXANDER & CO., SHOE SELLERS, ? IOUMiUMimI. Mr Vol &UZ BY All BBCUuUa.