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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, June 26, 1891, Image 8

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M. GUTMAN 6. CO.?HOT
Hot Weal
FOR EYE
NOW that the hot weathei
something cool and light
thing new and desirable in
/Mir r\( I iorK<
juno uui aoavyi uiiciii. \ji li^iii
Worsteds, Scotch Cheviots,
prises everything that is new
goods are gotten up in the 1;
and Cutaways,' sewed and tr
^fSUM:
COATS AI
BIT THE T:
Serges, Cheviots, Drat
A Innrnf MAIto
r\iyru\~ao, mviia
L
IN ALL STYLES
White and Fancy Vests
Single and Doi
Summer Underwc
Neckwec
]
? *1 fit m r p p
I IN C IN U L C O O
If you want to save from :
styles and see the largest assc
M.' Gutm
^Retail Department, Mai
STONE & THOMAS
A RUSHING
REASONS WHY NOT H!
T| Greatest Selection!
*?
ATTRACTIVE
8c Printed Serge3, - - 3 3-4C
15c Printed Como Cloth, 9 1-2C
12 1-2C American Satines, - 6 3-4C
3?c French Satlnes, ir isc
12 1-2c Plain Batiste Cloth, 5 t-2c |
15c Printed Muslines,
Thousands of Pieces I
TO 8ELE<
Stone &'
M.J. M'FA DP EN?GENTS
ti/r t t\/r _ r
ffl. J. MCt
Men's Underweai
for
HOT WEATHER I
REDUCED PRICES
For One Week Only!
Men's Good White Gauze Undershirts
reduced from 25c to 15c.
Men's Striped Fine Italbrlraan Undershirts
reduced from 3-ic to 2.1c.
Mon's Good White .lean Drawers reduced
from(88c to 45c.
Men's Beit French Net Undorshlrt*,
Coolest Undershirts Made, reduced from
SUc to )tii<\
. l-l . tt* c|? 'pl,,.rta.l
iUCIVS 1'IUUNI' -lifQj'Hiiii, ?.* ?uiv??
linlbrlpran SlilrtH nnd llrnwcra, Silk
Finished, reduced from 7.1c to 50c.
Men's Imported Genuine French liulbrlggnn
Shirts and Drawers, reduced
from T'tc to 50c.
1,000 styles of Men's mid liovn' Sumnier
Flannel .Shirts 2o, 85,50,75 ami $1.
M.XMc
ONE PRICE HAT A
CHEAPEST STQR
1320 anil 1322
I
' WEATHERGARMENTS.
ir Garments
RYBODY!
r Is here you are looking for
: to wear. We have everyFeathery
Weight Goods. In
t Weight Serges, Cassimeres,
Homespuns, etc., etc., com,
nobby and stylish. These
nest biyica ui oauva, i iuv-rvo
immed equal to tailor-made.
MD VESTS
EIOUSA-IsriD.
> d'ete,
tirs, Worsteds,
,inens and Seersuckers
AND COLORS.?
751 cents up to $6 oo.
ible Breasted.
?ar,
ir, Shirts,
Hosiery, Etc.; Etc.
PROFUSION.
i j to 3 i per cent, get the latest
/?oll An II C
'i unci it) tau uh uo.
an & Co.
n and Twelfth Streets.
5-0R ESS GOODS^
lRD TO UNDERSTAND:
' m* T i f
rne Lowesi trices!
PRICE LIST:
.
12 i-2c Figured Batiste Cloth, 7 1-2C
12 1-2C Figured Lawns, - 5 3-4C
8c Challies, 5c
12 j-2c Challies, - 7 i-2c
15c Pineapple Tissue, - 12 i-2c
- 12 I-2C
nnr W00V1 HuflPP
on iidDii l/iooo uinmo
yr F'noivi.
Thomas.
i' FURNISHING GOODS;
-ADDEN.
STIFF HATS.
AH the I.ate?t Colors at Reilriwd- Prices.
I'ino Stiff iluts, All Colors,
$t r.O, <11 oil, $2 40 and $2 50.
STRAW HATS.
COO dozen Strmv Ilats, 25c,35c, 48o,
76c, 98c, $1 25, $! 50.
Ct.I1 1 Tlttunn.t t*into Whltn
v.iuiuri:u B Oiruw IUUOHIIVI ,
Ulnck.MixciI nnu Combination Colors.
See our Famous "ONE OUNCE IIAT."
The Lightest Soft lint JInilo.
:Fadden,
ND SHIRT STORE,
E IN WHEELING.
Market Street.
GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
\GE0. M. SHOOK/
\ & CO. /
X/
A great range of uncommon
styles in Embroidered Flouncingsand
White Goods.
Full Skirt Hemstiched
Swiss Embroideries from
39c a yard up.
C r\
new ouiuiner L/ress
materials arriving daily.
/t\
/GEO. ?\
/SN00K&C0\
GEO. E. STIFEL & CO.
REMOVAL.
Our new rooms will
be ready foroeeupaney
" about July id. In view
- of this faet we have
created a Special Removal
Sale Counter, on
which Is placed extra
_ bargains from every
department.
Our stock must be re"
duced before moving,
_ and therefore we give
our patrons thisopportunity
of getting the
- benefit of our special
drives.
W-J2JU. ?J.
STIFEL & CO.
_ ALEXANDER ACQ. .
"GET THERE"
Bccauso they have tbo necessary qualification
STYLE,
FIT,
WEAR,
PRICE.
We pay particular attention
to fitting feet properly.
ALEXANDER & CO.,
SHOE SELLERS,
K17 1010 1MB SlrwU
BICYCLES.
SIMPLE. SWIFT. STRONG.
SWIFT SAFETY
Boat on Eartli.
Rigid and nprlnp frames. Solid cushion and
pneumatic tires. Potent roller tempered chain
Ball bearing*. 100,ooo in use. Machines and
umlilon tiros cunrnnteed.
Bern! for catalogue to '
JASON C. STAMP,
mvy Agflll. Wb-vllng. \V. Vw,
JEWELRY.
Souvenir Spoons.
Spoons of oil sizes and kinds, commemorating
historic events and fa '
mous places and cities, are now quite
the tiling for remembrance gifts.
Our stock is much the largest and
most complete in the State.
t *?* r\!n o ^.
I. u. union a *-o., i
|djw 1223 Market Street '
?b
Ottieot Nun. 5t5 ?? ??! *J7 l'ourt?fiith Street.
>WjlulverU?fm?t?nU?Fuiirth
Farmer* and Gardeners? Flwcui IJros.
For Kent?Ho)f A llurvoy.
Wan (c?|?William lVok.
Hot Weather Garment*?M. Gntman & Co.?
^ The' 1 /aiuf 'That Rocks the Cradle?Star Clothing
Fifth page.
SeJbcrt'a Garden /or the Summer Benson.
For Kent?J nine* L Hcwley.
For Snlo?Hull ?t llnrvey.
Fbr Kent?OrlnilZnixo.
Cheap Dinner Ware?String Broi.
GIBSON'S niul DOUGHKIITY'S Straight
Pure live WhUklos nt the Gruutl Opera
limine Saloon.
*
| IF you ruunot nee and need Spectacles,
I you sliould cnll on us ami have your eye*
tented without cluirge. We hnre tlw fliwtt
instrument* and more exporiciico than any
I other Optician iu the Wtato, and guarantee
satisfaction 01* inonry rcfunilcil.
JACOB W. GKUUII,
Jeweler ami Optician.
Corner Twelfth and Market Streets.
SPUING AND Sl'MMKlt.
Wo arc In recclpt of all the newest noveltied
in Woolenn for Mtm'H Wear, consisting
of Suitings, PniitaloonlugK and OvercoatJ
tig*. which wo lira prepared to malie np In
the best stylo and lit at rcasouablo prices.
HnythobeHt 23 ceut fast hluelt seamless
Hnlf Hose made, at C. HI'S* A SONS',
UWA.F 13*1 and 1323 Market street*
A Pyrotechnic Display.
On tlio evening preceding the Fourth
of July a cranil free exhibition of fire
works will lie given iu the Eighth ward
tinder the management of David JIahne.
Hocketa. double wheels, club wheels.
mines, fiery serpents and it varied assortment
of other fireworks will be set off.
Picnics ?t thu Park.
Yesterday the public whoola of Fulton
gave u picnic at Wheeling Park.
There wns a large attendance and a
good time was enjoyed by all. 1'o-dav
the pupils and ex-pupils o( Frasbera
business college will have a picnic there,
and on next Monday St. Alphonsus
school will hare its annual outing.
Jndjjo Campbell's Condition Hnpuful.
Wednesday evening Dr. llarr, tho
physician in attendance upon .Midge
John A. Campbell, and l)r. Hugh Huberts,
of Wcllauurj;, had a "consultation
on his case ut Ills home at Hew Cumberland,
and yesterday Dr. Koborts
siild the Judge was doing very" well for
a typhoid fever patient and ttie chances
of Ins rapid recovery are good.
Ill Clerk HmiU'it Olllco
Three deeds of trust and the following
transfers of real estate wero admitted to
record yesterday:
A deed made ljy John A. Holliday to
Slary J. Hoseberrv, oil March 5,18111, ill
.1'.-... ,.f" it CAM
*;ujjoiurri iuiiiu vi C'|Wv, iim uiv ouuiu
half of lot So. 2 iu Handlan's subdivision
of Bonwood.
A deed made February 28, 1801, bv
Androiv liny to LnwTonco liny, in consideration
of SI,800, for nil 'right and
title in lot No. 10 iu square 11, in tho
Eighth ward of the city of Wheeling.
Deed inado Juno 24, 1801, by William
F. Ziino In William '?. Ziino, in consideration
of S.5, for n piece of ground
fronting thirty feet on Fink street,
Island.
A dead mado June 23,1801, by John
G. MuLaln to Eberhnrd llofrenter, in
consideration of $0,500, for lot No. 9 in
square 14, in tho "Town of South
Wheeling."
A powerof nttornoy from the Integral
Quicksilver Mining Company to George
13. Caldwell, and a power of attorney
from the New York Railway uml Steamship
Time Tabie Company to the same
person, were admitted to record.
IJarryU. Wulkor was appointed administrator
of the estate of Anna
Sophia Walker, deceased; bond, $200;
surety, J. L. Dickey.
Itrimorcd llnilvoml Change.
JlcllcJrc Tmlrpcnrlml.
It is rumored now that the new man
agomont of tlio Cleveland & Lorain road I
contemplate cutting ofr the passenger
train servico to this city on account of
inability to securo facilities hero.' For a
year or "more the trains that run into
Bellairo have been returned to Bridgeport
for attention because thoro was no
placu to leave them standing here. Then
they liavo to run down hero again to
start out on their regular runs, 'liiis inconvenience
the management, contetnuliito
cutting otr, so that there will bo
less useless passing of trains over the
river branch of that road. The city of
Bellairo can ill idl'ord to have this done,
as there is no more valuable feeder to
tho city than the C., L. & \\\, and in
addition to its importance in this regard
it lias made other roads more useful to
all tho industrial interests here.
VERY PECULIAR ACTION'.
An Ohio Olllcor brings nn Alleged Insane
Man here.
Yesterday afternoon a telegram was
?a/u\S?/u1 f?n?n l>AH>lin(i)n (linn of. tin.
lice headquarters, announcing that a
lunatic was on the afternoon Ohio River
train in chnnje of an oliicer, and asking
that officers he sent to the depot to assist
in looking after him. Officers Lukens
and Gaus wero dotailed on tlio job
and met the train.
>1. ]'. Willelte, the town manehal of
Powhatan, WHS on tho tndn, and with
him was Charles Larnier. Willette
turned the mnii over to the olDcors, and
when naked what ho would like done
with Larnier, replied that he wanted
tliem to take care of him. The officers
thought that u ratiier peculiar proceeding,
but took bin) up to the county
building, where a committee of the
countv commissioners was in session.
Mr. JlcGregor, tho member of tho
board who looks after such mutters,
and tho officers, asked Jjir
iiicr u number ot questions, ail
of willi'h lie answered very satisfactorily.
I h: comas from Westmoreland
county, Ph., anil was raised on a farm,
lie says lie <loos not like to work in tho
hot snu, that it does not agree with his
health and that he came here in the
liono of getting a job as fireman on a
railroad locomotive. Larnier talked
vwy sensibly, though it could bo seen
that ho had not been oil' the farm a great
while and that ho was not much posted
in the ways of tho world, but ho showed
no signs of insanity whatever. Mr. Me.
Gregor thought perhaps i? ho would
make tho effort! he might tlnd employment
on a locomotive over in Brldgeport,
and accordingly directed him there.
"Familiar in Millions of Mouths
as any householo word."
Tfco Timet, London.
Apollinaris
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
" The Apo/liriaris Spring yields
enough w.iter not only /or present
requirements, lut also for those of a
future which is still remote."
" The existing supply is adequate
for filling forty million quart bottles
yearly."
" The volume of gas is so great
thai it is dangerous to approach
the spring on a windless day."
ThiTuws, London, 20th Sept. 1890.
THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHJEBS. ~~
IN THE VALLEY OF DESPAIR!
Sit Clolhlors Genrrlly This Season, Weeplugr, Wnlllng aud Gncshlng
Their Teeth, Tlmt's Jiot the Kind of Clothiers rre arc at
THfcr HUB
We Take Arms Against a Sea of Troubles, and, by Opposing, End Them.
This Week we Shall Hake the Clothing Trade Fairly Ham.
iii nilnp sb
Will be Sold Considerably-Under Their Real Value.
Why ? Why ? Because we understand our business. We must
crowd four months' business into two, and there is only one way in which
this can be done. Prices must be cut to the core, and that is just what the
HUB CLOTHIERS
Are doing. We'll prove it to you if you'll call and compare our prices,
Poods and styles with anything you have seen. Look at our 75c Jeans
ants; they*wili match regular Si 25 grades. Our fine all-wool Jeans
at $ 1 00 are better than any $ 1 75 goods in the city. We have closed
out entire line of Outing Cloth Shirts of a New York house, which ue
shall offer at 19c. Also another large lot of Children's Outing Waists at
inr W/r> chill nlnro ftn cnlf* Mnnrfnv nnrl offemmfil inn Pint f- ...t.
'Vw' " v """" t"wvv w" ""'v I JW \>iiiiMidl5
Cheviot Suits at 93c, and some very handsome Children's Plaid Suits at
$250. It's safe to deal at THE HUB. A child can deal with us with
the same confidence as the shrewdest buyer. ONE PRICE AND THAT
THE LOWEST. No misrepresentation, and every garment must stand
the home test or pioney refunded. Dispel all doubts you have regarding
our method of doing business by calling, Look through our stock and
you'll be astonished to see how easy it is to buy goods at
The Hub One-Price^lothiers,
Market and Fourteenth Sts.. Wheeling, W. Va.
HOUSE 4. HERRMANN-FURNITURE,CARPETS, ETC.
Any PorBon that Iten<ls Knows that we Sell
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND STOVESl
Ou Easier Terms Tlwn Any Otlior House In the City.
HOUSE & TERRMANN, I
1300 MAIN" .STREET. a
WHEELING INSTALMENT CO-FURNITURE, ETC. I
ftatiipHavsi Fjfiflntftfl I
UULU1 UtyJ U unv v|/ uwi > h
HODSE our I Parlor Furniture,
mm mourn Clumber Firiilirt
r UpibillMo CTAD rc DiningRooinFormte
01 UAIjO ?jj,rary fomjte,
EASY _ Hall Furniture,
WFFkT Y ^ill ^ose Kitclien Furniture, I
VVECNLI FURNITURE
?on? t ,
ti/MTmrxr Tr Qf A|] pCSCIIjlli? |
1V1U1N 1 tlLY
payments. 7 p. m. EasyPaymeats.
WHEELING ismiiml
1136 to 1140 Market Street. I
JOS. H. MoARDLE, Manager. I
WALLPAPER. BORDERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
1852+JOSEPH GR7?^ES'+iS9I|
DEALER IN p
WALL PAPER, BORDERS!
CEILING DECORATIONS' I
Baby Carriages, Blank Books and Station^'!
The Largest Stock and Greatest Variety in the Sum. ^ I
SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES!
JOSEPH
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