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M. GUTMAN a. CQ.-HOT
HotWeathe
FOR EVEI
T\? T0\A/ fhof fha hnf
I\l ^ kltW tiVb II VUkXVI
1 ^ something cool and light
thing new and desirable in 1
Suits our assortment of Light
Worsteds, Scotch Cheviots,
prises everything that is new,
goods are gotten up in the la
and Cutaways, sewed and tri
COATS AI
ETZ- THE TIE
Serges, Cheviots, Drab
Alpacas, Moha
L
IN ALL STYLES
White and Fancy Vests
Single and Doi
Summer Underwe
Neckwec
]
IN ENDLESS
If you want to save from 2
styles and see the largest assc
M. Gutm
Retail Department, Mai
STONE a. THOMAS
A RUSHING
REASONS TO HOI HJ
Tie Greatest Selection!
ATTRACTIVE
Sc Printed Serges, - - 3 3-4C
15c Printed Como Cloth, Q i-2c
12 i-2c American Satines, - 6 3-4c
35c French Satines, - - n I-2C
12 1-2c Plain Batiste Cloth, 5 1-2C
15c Printed Muslines,
Thousands of Pieces N
TO
Stone &
M. J. MTADPCN-GENT
M. J. Mel
Men's Underwear
FOR
HOT WEATHER I
REDUCED PRICES
For Ona Seek Only!
Mon'8 Good White Gauze Undershirts
reduced from 2oc to 15o.
Men's Striped Fino Balbrigciin Undershirts
reduced from 8Sc to 2Jc.
*' Men's Good White Jean Drawers reduced
.'10 in ;loc to 35e.
Men's Heat French Xet Undershirts,
Coolest Undershirts Made, reduced from
50c to 85c.
Men's Finest Egyptian, Six Thread
Enlbriprnn Shirts And Drawers, Silk
Finished. reduced from 75c to 0O0.
Mmi'? Import*! c??ntlino irenrii nnihripgnn
Shltt? *nil Drawers, reduced
from ;,1o '.o 40c.
1,000 itylo of Mea'a and Boys' fummorFlannalSlilrU
15, R,\, ol>, J4nml fl.
M.XMc
ONE PRICE HAT /
CHEAPEST 8TQF
1320 and 1823
WEATHER GARMENTS.
r Garments
51YBQDY!
is here you are looking for
to wear. We have every-eathery
Weight Goods. In
Weight Serges, Cassimeres,
Homespuns, etc., etc., comnobby
and stylish. These
test styles of Sacks, Frocks
mmed equal to tailor-made.
>JD VESTS
-r/-\TTn A TVT"T?\
d'ete,
irs, Worsteds,
mens and Seersuckers
AND COLORS.
7? cents up to $6 oo.
lble Breasted.
jar,
ir, Shirts,
?I /"> ri 1 rv ?t r 1-4 4- /"? Ih
nubiciy, uu,.,
PROFUSION.
: j to 3 i per cent, get the latest
irtment, call on us.
anJLCo.
n and Twelfth Streets,
i-^^33 bbbbs.
iRD TO UNDERSTAND
!, The Lowest Prices!
PRICE LIST:
12 I-2C Figured Batiste Cloth, ^ i-2c
12 i-2c Figured Lawns, - 5 3-4C
8c Ghallies, - * 5c
12 1-2C Challies, - 7 i-2c
15c Pineapple Tissue, - 121-20
" :c
ei Wash Dress Goods
DO? PHOM. '
Thomas.
S' FURNISHING GOODS.
"ADDEN.
STIFF HATS.
All tticLatcst Colors nt Kcduced IMccs
Finn Still' Huts, All Colors,
$1 50, $ 1 no, $-J 40 null $2 no.
STRAW HATS.
COO <li*enKlrnr Hall, 25c^35c, 48c
7UC, SBO, 91 zoi s>i ouc
Children's Straw ITais an J npa, While
JJLirk, Mixed and Combination Colors.
Sro our Famous "O.N'E OUN'OK HAT.'
TliO Lightest Soft Hat Made.
iFadden,
\ND SHIRT STORE,
?E IN WHEELING.
Market Street.,
GEO. M. SNOOK 6. CO.
\GE0. M. SNOOK/
\ & CO. /
\y
n gicui ituige ui uncommon
styles in Embroidered Flouncingsand
White Goods.
3^=* Full Skirt Hemstiched
Swiss Embroideries from
39c a yard up.
New Summer Dress
materials arriving daily.
7t\
/GEO. l\
/0Hftft7Ann\
y uiivviYuLw.
GEO. E. STIFEL & CO
IMOVAL.^
Our new rooms will
be ready foroeeupancy
about July -15. In view
- of this fact we have
created a Special Remnvfll
SbIa flnnntflT' nn
which is placed extra
_ bargains from every
department.
Our stock must be re
dueed before moving,
_ and therefore we give
our patrons this opportunity
of getting the
- benefit of our special
drives. I
GEO. EI.
STIFEL & CO.
ALEXANDER &CO.
"GET THERE"
Bccaiiso they have the ncccssary qualification*
STYLE,
FIT,
WEAR,
PRICE.
We pay particular attention
to fitting foot properly.
ALEXANDER & CO.,
SHOE SELLERS.
lei" 10IQ Main Street,
BICYCLES.
' SIMPLE. SWIFT. STRONG.
SWIFT SAFETY
Boot on Z'arth..
IUgld mad spring frame*. Solid cushion an?l
pncutnaUo tiros. Patent roller tempered chnln
Ikll bearings. 100,000 in use. Machines and
cushion tiro* guaranteed.
Send for cntaloguo to
JASON C. STAMP,
Agent. Wheeling. W. V?.
JEWELRY.
Souvenir Spoons.
>
Spoons of all 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
I most complete in the State.
I. G. Dillon & Co.,
myt? 1223 Market Street
SDto mi^rnv.
Ul!lr<>: Ko*> US null "J7 I ourtgnnth Strrct.
Ncur Ad*ertt*?meaU?Fotirtli
Twenty Fourth Annual Concert and Commenrctneat.
Knurtb of July at Poibcrt'i Garden.
l'irat Prcibyiurlan t'burcb.
List of Letter*.
j Fourth Street m. e. church.
Dlnutir \Vnre?lifting Jinui.
This t'lnte City Water Filter?John rrietlcl.
ltiwe liitil.i. eto.?II. Qui in by.
| Jlelinojit Fnrk?Lct! Auykutx.
I r<ir Salt* < "heap?Kdw. L. ltose ?fc Co.
Wnvvti*U?I'lvst-ehuwi tjrwery Suk-sroan.
Executor'* Notico?John J. Uayba.
' Electric LiKht?Seeoud page.
For baio-Nt'ibiu ?fc Devinc?Third pago.
FOR HOT WKAT1IKR.
A full lluo of Serge*, Drape P'Ktr* ami
Cheviot*, ju*t united fur tin* hot weather,
whleh will ho iniidu up llr.it>chiit? at runitouahlo
price*.
In Stock?The celebrated Pride of tl?o
Weftt Sight Shirts and full aftnortmmit of
Cheviot, Sateens and Flannel Shlrti.
For comfort and durability wear our celebrated
FaNt Mark mid Colored Hobo*
C. It CSS &- SONS,
13^1 and 1323 Market *trcot.
OIHSON'9 and DOlXlllERTY'8 Straight
Pure Ityo Wblaklo* ut tho (irauu opera
liuimM Miloou.
IF you cannot ?c.o nud n?ed Spectacles,
you nhould call on ua nnrt have your eyes
tented without charge. Wo have tho lluoht
Instrument* nn?l more experience than any
other Optician In the State, and guarantee
butUructioa or utitn?*y refunded.
jacoi: w. (muni!,
Jeweler and Optlc.lun,
Corner Twelfth nud lUarkot Street*.
Jumped tho Track.
Yesterdav morning at ft o'clock, Baltimore
& Ohio engine 35S jumped tho
track at the street car crossing below
Hoggs run, and fell down tlio embankment.
Tho engine is a big one, and is
in a bad place.' Nobody was injured.
Loiit Another Finger.
Yesterday Joseph Doyle was handling
nail kegs in a South Side factory, when
one fell against his hand and mashed a
linger, the second on his right hand,
ffo went to Dr. John H. Pipes and the
doctor amputated it. About a year ago
lie lost two fingers off the same hand.
Commodore Flflhlng Club.
The Commodore Fishing Club will
give a grand turtle soup lunch this
evening at their bout house at the foot I
of Thirty-eighth street. The Southsicle ,
I alloy band will furnish music. After
the lunch is all gone tho boat will put
oil* and float about twenty miles down |
tho river to Salt River station, where the
| club will camp.
Tho Unrhuht* Guests.
A telegram was received yesterday
j announcing that the Pittsburgh barbers'
delegation expected to leave Pittsburgh
011 the K:"0 train to-morrow morning,
with fifty members. The arrangements
tor feeding the multitude expected
in Bemvooa to-morrow have nil
been perfected. A big turnout of barbers
of Wheeling ami vicinity is expected.
It is hoped that a union may
bo organized.
City Mmlicul Society.
The City Medical Society met last
night at the Public Library, with Drs.
Myers, lteed, Dickey, Wilson, Frissell,
Shfol. Unmilnv. Ilnzlett and Campbell
present. The socret*rv was instructed
to gather together all tlie records of tho
society ami all the specimens belonging
to it. " Hitherto tile records have not
been preserved in tho archives of the
sociotv, each secretary retaining his
'records when his terra expired* An
effort will bo inailo to get tliem all together,
and on September 25 tho society
will again meet, reorganize and start ill
with vigor.
tit (iu to Europe.
The session of the First Presbyterian
church met hist evening anil most cordially
and thoughtfully moved that tho
vacation of their pastor be ao extended
that he migli t have time to take a voyi
age to Europe; hence. Dr. Cunningham
and his wife will sail for Scotland on
the. Fourth of July in the steamer
Ethiopia, Anchor line, to be absent until
tho second week of September. Tho
following ministers will supply the
pulpit of tho First church 011 tho Sabbath
mornings of July. liew Ij. \V.
Barr, of Bollaire, first Sabbath; llov. II.
N. Campbell, of Martin's Ferry, second
Sabbath, ami Rev. 0. M. Alford, of the
Third church oi Wheeling, tho third
ami fourth Sabbaths.
ltiiforo fS<|ulru Durlx.
Mrs. Clay Ann Sinter, of North
Wheeling, was arrested at 9 o'clock
Thursday night on a poaco warrant
sworn out by Mrs. Jennie Deiters. Mrs.
Slater furnished bond for ?50 to lu<ep
the peace. Mrs. Slater then swore out
two warrants against Jennie Deiters,
one for threatening to hit her with a
hatchet,.tlio other for profane swearing.
Mrs. Deiters was arrested at 10 o'clock
at night and placed in jail. She had a
hearing yesterday evening and was
fined SI" and costs for profanity and
swearing. On the other charge she was
required to furnish a bond for $30, and
promised 'Squire Davis to have one
ready this morning.
To Clionf-O lilt Firltl of Work.
Rev. W. U. M. Denny, tho Biblo missionary,
will visit tho Sabbath schools
on the Island on Sabbath afternoon and
,hr> mm'Iw on the Bible mis
sionary work, and exhibit tho Now Testament,
printed in raised letters lor the
use of the blind.
He v. Mr. Denny hag tendered his
resignation to tho Wheeling and Ohio
County Bible Sofcietv, and has accepted
a position as .Sabbath school missionary
of the Presbytery of Cairo, 111. Mr.
Denny has done good and oHicient work
here, ami the society is loth to accept
tho resignation of so faithful and diligent
a man. Mr. Denny's new position
is probably one in which his work can
l)o ostendod over a larger iield. and
where tho labors will bo as prolitic of
good.
At Clork Uook'ft Office
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to
record three deeds of trust and a deed
made .June 20 by Jaines t'ummins and
\vifi? to Hnnrv Aubor. in consideration
of $3,000; for lot (i in square 23, on the
east side of Jacob street below Thirtyfifth.
Also a deed made .Tune 21 by
.Samuel Nesbitt, nr., ami wife to Thomas
M. DorseV, in consideration of $1,000,
for a lot oh the east si do of Woods street
in the Sixth ward.
A marriage license was issued to
Anirust Ileune, aged 22, and Louisa Seabright,
aged 21, both of Wheeling.
1 he lust will of Katherino Ktill, deceased,
was offered for probate, and the
hearing sot for July -5.
John J. Bayha qualified as executor
of the will of F. \V. Lindemarin, deceased,
and gave bond in the sum of
?20,000, mo security being required.
There is nothing like Dr. Thomas'
ffllooti-Ij. Oilfn nnlr>lflv(<i!r^n(>nld or rf?
liove hoarseness. Written by Mrs. M.
J. Fellows, Burr Oak, .St. Joseph Co.,
Jliclir - u.?w
Ftnt Qrniid lln?o llnll Eicnmlon
To Steubonvlllo and Brown's Island.
"Red Cross Oil" and "Shamrock" Bull
Clulis, of this city, Sunday Jtiao 29.
1891. JInsic, refresh incuts, Ac. Everybody
invited. Boat leaves wharf at S a.
m. ihurp.
7^ t .
THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS.
I? VALLEY OFDESPillj
Sit Clothiers Geiiorllj- This Season, Wceplnf, Walling anil flaashlaj
Their Teeth, That's Not the Kind of Clothiers wo are at
THE HUB
nr. m?i.? i.Mn Irfnlnot a Cat nf TmtiMac ani'h*J flnnr.eind And
Vm Id&tJ ft Till3 UgdlUll tt Vl itvuviwuf UUU) I/J upyudiiiQ) uuu
Tils Y/eelc we Sball MaRe tie Clotblng Trade Fairly Ham.
;IABI KiM SB
Will be Sold Considerably Under Their Real Value.
Why? Why? Because we understand our business. We must
crowd four months' business into two, ami 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
WoMI nmup if tryvnn if vou'Il Call and comnnfo ntir
n,,; UU1"6' pr,v" ? / j r-- "? wikQi
Poods and styles with anything you have seen. Look at our 75c Jeans
ants; they will match regular Si 25 grades. Our fine all-wool Jeans
at Si 00 are better than any Si 75 goods in the city. We have closed
out entire line of Outing Cloth Shirts of a New York house, which we
shall offer at 19c. Also another large lot of Children's Outing Waists at
19c. We shall place on sale Monday, and offer until sold 300 Children's
Cheviot Suits at 93c, and some very handsome Children's Plaid Suits at
S2 50. 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 money refunded. Dispel all doubts you have reyarfa
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 Clothiers,
Market and Fourteenth Sts? Wheeling, W.Va.
HOUSE & H ERR MANN?FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
^3aP!j'
Any Tcraon Hint Bonfls Knows that wo Fell
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND STOVES?
On Easier Terms Tlmn Any Other House in llio City.'
HOUSE & HERRMANN, I
1300 MAIX STREET. W
WHEELING INSTALMENT CQ.-FURNITURE, ETC.
Saturdays Excepted f
BOOSE OUR Parlor Furniture, I
FIIMTQHTNnQ Chamber FuriiiltirJ, I
rUnJNloilirfiJO CTApro Dining Room ForoK
O I UIUJO yjjpjyy PdfJljt^
EASY I Hall Foroiton,
WFFf^I Y wiH Close Kitchen Fornitwi I
_ ? FOBHITDJIE
MONTHLY Of All Descriptions
PAYMENTS.[ 7 p.m. )Ea8fPafMj|
WHEELING imLiifftl
1136 to 1140 Market Street.
JOS. H. McARDLE, Manager.
J& LAWN'S WORM 31
V A PERFECT ITE**!*10?'
" ?-.// \/A/yafiUa Jr* Pownncirinn : Ijicnssrik ^
y&K lidP * v5waui.^ iti no VWIIILZV/J...? ,
t'le taste, and effectual in its purPrS'
( |i ^ Cants, Evary Bottle Warranted
I^ ^most Dealers. Manufacture!rr'
?W JNO. G. McLAIN & SON,
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