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STONE II THOMASJULY
BA
Prices that Pay You t<
Advant;
RBAD C-A.3
25 pieces American Satines only
5c a'yard, reduced from
10 and 12 1-2C.
40 pieces Chailies, beautiful styles,
at 3c a yard, reduced from
5 and 7c.
25 pieces American Ghallies, former
price 10 and 12 i-2c,
now only 6 l-2c.
25 pieces 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting
at 20c, worth 25c.
Stone &'
M. J. M'FAODEN GENTS
M. J. McF
SPECIAL :
Hen's Summe
AT REDUCE
Men's Good White Gauze Undershirts
reduced from 25c to 15c.
Men's Striped Fine Bntbripcnn Undershirts
reduced from 35c to 2So.
Men's Extra Good Joreey Balbrigfr.tn
Undershirts reduced from 40c to 25c.
Men's Finest ''Angola" Colored linlbriggan
Shirts' and Drawers reduced
from 50c to 85c.
1,000 new styles of Men's and Be
in sizes from 1
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $
M. J. MCI
ONE-PRICE HAT A
"CHEAPEST STOR:
1320 and 1322 Mark.
ALEXANDER & CO.
"GET THERE"
Bccnuso thoy have the neoe*?nry qualifications.
STYLE,
FIT,
WEAR,
PRICE.
We pay particular attention
to fitting feet properly.
Boat on Bartli.
Rigid and :?prJnic frames. Solid cushion and
pneumatic tin?#. Potent rollor tempered chain
Ball bearings. 100,000 In u*3. Machines und
cushion tire* guarantee!
Bend for catalogue to
JASON C. STAMP,
mvtt Apur.t. Whrfllnir. W. Vn.
JEWELRY.
Souvenir Spoons.
Spoons of all sizes and kinds, commemorating
historic events and fa
mous places and cities, are now quite
the thing for remembrance gifts.
Our stock is much the largest and
most complete in the State.
I. G. Dillon & Co.,
Market Street.
ALfcAAlNDHK & tU.,
SHOE SELLERS,
jrt7 1011) M?ln Slr?l.
BICYCLES.
SIMPLE. SWIFT. STRONG^
SWIFT SArb 1 Y
JULY BARGAINS.
RGAINS.
o Come Miles to Take
age of.
FLIEF'TTX.X.-S'.
33 pieces Striped and Plaid Crepe
Cloth at 10 l-2c, early
season price 25c.
25 pieces Frendi Satincs, this season's
styles, at 11 l-2c, former
price 75c.
50 pieces Dress Ginghams at 5c a
a yard, reduced from
8 and 10c.
1,000 yards Ladies' Choice Muslin
At 6 3-4c.
Thomas.
>' FURNISHING GOODS.
ADDEN!
SALE OF
ir Underwear
:d prices.
Men's finest quality Imported French
Net Undershirts reduced from ."50c to
35c.
Men's fineft White Jean, perfect fitting,
Summer Drawers, double sewed,
rivet buttons and patent elastic ankles,
reduced from 75c to 50c.
Men's very finest ouality Egyptian
Yarn, six thread Silk Finished Balbriggnn
Shirts and Drawers, reduced from
7oc to 50c.
ys* perfect fitting OutlngShlrts
2 up to 19*. at
1 00, $1 50 and $2 00.
-AD DEN,
ND SHIRT STORE.
E IN WHEELING!
Bt_ Street, Wheeling.
GEO. M. SNOOK 4 CO.
% Important
Clearaice Salt!
If you want Dry Goods,
Notions, etc., cheaper than
you have ever had them, call
on us during the next two
months, as we propose to
make a grand sweep of everything
in stock, in order to
make room for the monster
stock of Fall arid Winter
Goods now being purchased.
SU 2
GEO. M.
SNOOK & CO.
GEO. E. STIFEL & CO.
TO CLOSE OUT
Before Moving
TVK OFFER :
20 places Black Plaid Lawn at
8c,
cheap at 15c.
Our entire stock of Figured India
Silks. Choice patterns
at half price.
New designs Black Embroidered
Flouncings at half price.
100 Light Blazers, all this
season's stylesat half price.
GEO. 3E3.
STIFEL & CO.,
1114 Main Street.
'
I '
@b Sddlmmr.
Olllec: Kim. '4R mill U7 Fourteenth Street.
New AdvcrtUomont*?Fonrth Pngo.
For Sale?Stocks nuil P.onl litate?Thomas
O'Brien.
Wanted?A Good Girl.
Wanted?Collector.
Excursion?II. F. Behrcns.
To Clone Out?Geo. E. btlfcl & Co?Eighth
Paae.
We Give the FIguro*?Ewing Bros.
Fine Photographs?H!ggln'n Gallery.
Intelligencer Map of the Gas and Oil Belt.
Sulu ??f City Four-and-u-fialf per cent Bonds.
Special Summer Session.
PUOGHAMMB
At Monndnvillu A??ombly To.day.
0:30 to 10:00 a. m.?W. C.T. U. Half Hour
SerloK.
11:00 it. m.?Hcv. Dr. C. I.. Work, of Ohio.
JiiHO p. in.?Kev. J. II. Hcctor, of PennHylviinfn.
?<4A p. ui.?Col. I., r, Copolnnd, of Penn?yl
vnn In.
FOlt HOT WEAT1IKR.
A fall lino of Herffos, Drape D'Ete* nnd
Cheviot*, itiMt nultetl for the hot weather,
which will hit made up iirst-cluMn at roa
Humiuin iinroi,
In Stock?Tho celebrated Prltlo of tho
"Went Night shirtK and full nMortinent of
Cheviot, Satecun nnd Flannel Shirt*.
For comfort and durability wear our col- !
obruted Fast Mack and Colored Hoio.
C. 1IKSS & SONS,
1381 nud 13*43 Market Htrcet.
GIBSON'S and DOlfinKHTY'S Straight
Paro Rye U'hiakle.s at the Orand Opera
House Saloon.
IF you cannot moo and ncml Spectacles,
yon siiuuhl call on uh and havo yon?* eye*
tented without charge. Wo have tho finest
instrument* and tuoro experience than any
other Optlciun In tho State, and guarantee
satisfaction or money refunded.
jacoii \v. grubb,
Jeweler and Optician,
Corner Twelfth and Market Streets.
KKV. 1?H. C. L. WORK, of Ohio, at
Dlouudsvillu Assembly to-day.
Came in a DuHter.
Tho well tho Hess Oil Company, oi
this city, was drilling on the (Sale farm,
at .Middle Island, down the river, is in
and nothing in it. The drill got through
the sand yesterday, and the hole is a I
duster.
Yesterday** Police Court.
There were only two cases before acting
Mayor Jepson yesterday. Dave Powell
was lined ?2 and costs'for drunkenness,
and Henry Hawkins, who got j
drunk and lay down in front of a locomotive
to get killed, was dismissed. '
Death of Mrx. Clarence I.nlnl.
Mrs. Clarence Laird died yesterday at
tli? homo of her Darents in East Liver-1
pool, Ohio, of consumption. She has 1
been failing for several weeks, and j
about two weeks ago she was taken
from the home of her husband to that
of her parents and there breathed her 1
last. She left one child, a bright boy
aged live years. Mr. Laird has the I
heartfelt sympathy of all his numerous J
friends. * I
Died lit Toledo.
In another column will be found the
announcement of the death, at Toledo
011 Sunday evening of Mrs. Kliza Fleming,
neo Hunter, formerly of this city.
.She was an aunt of Mr. J! W. Hunter, of
Wheeling and the mother of Thomas
\V. Fleming, who met his death in such
a shocking miyiuer here recently.
Mrs. C. W. Tuut Dead.
The many friends of Mr. C. \V. Tunt,
the Market street cigar manufacturer,
will be deeply pained to hear of the
dcatli of his wife, which occurcd late
yesterday afternoon. .She had been a
victim o? consumption for a long time.
.She leaves four children of tender years
without a mother's care.
A Now Suporintvndont.
A meeting of the Hoard of Education's
committee on buildings and grounds
was held last evening, and tho resignation
of Homer C. Wells, who recently
left the city, of his position as superintendent
of construction of the addition
to the Union district public school was
accepted, and (). S. Philpot Was chosen
to till the vacancy.
The Iron Works lloriumltif;.
The liiverside iron-works resumed
work ycsterUuy utter Doing on lor tne
Fourtli: The Laliello also went on
again yesterday. The Wheeling steel
plant expects to resume this morning.
A. J. Sweeney & Son are preparing
another shipment of plate-glass ma-1
chinery to Cochran .Station, Pa., for the
Howard plate glass works.
At C'lurk Hook's OMlcu. I
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to
record five deeds of trust and a deed i
made June .'50 by F. 1'. Jones and wife
to Walter II. Rinchart, for $4,000, the I
north half of lot in John A. Arm- j
strong's addition, on the Island.
Louis Delbruggo yesterday qualified
as executor of the will of F. A.Delbruggo,
and gave bond in $4,000.
A marriage license was issued to
Thomas Woods, aged thirty-seven, a
widower, and Ida Perry, aged thirtyone,
both of Belmont county, Ohio.
I'omlcuumtloii ProcejMllngH.
Tho case of the Terminal Railway
Company vs. the West Virginia Tobacco
Company, to appropriate for i
railroad purposes-that part of the tobacco
company's factory south of Eighteenth
street," was put on trial in-the
Circuit Court yesterday before Judge
Boyd, on an appeal from the award of
the condemnation commissioners. The
jury is composed of the following free
holders: Peter Miller, James Anderson,
John C. Miller, Jerry Sheppard,
Daniel .Dinger, M. R. Ilobbs, 1*. W.
Xesbitt, John E. Reed, Peter I Inch m mi,
Peter Cassell, T. T. Hutchinson and
John M. Brown.
Tho case was still pending when
court adjourned until this morning.
UAL'iibu ui 1'iijhtniiuni. |
A Utile Kit of n Fire Cause# a Great Denl j
of Excitement.
Mr. K. A. Cameron, House <k Iler- j
mnnn's book-keeper, stepped into the |
office last evening :it ten minutes after !
7 and tamed on one of the incandescent
electric lights. A spluttering of lire followed,
and the limnc ran up the insulating
xuuterial, with which the electric
wire is covered, along tne ceiling and
would have gone up stairs, had not Mr.
Cameron got a bucket of water ami put
it out. Some /outsider turned in an
alarm and the department turned out,
but found its aid unnecessary. The
room was full of the smell of the burnt
insulating material, but no damage was
done. ^
Nookr contemplating tho purrhase
of a Bicycle can atiord to do so until they,
have thoroughly examined the construction
anjl investigated tho merits
of tho Victor and Columbia. These
wheels are unsurpassed in the world,
and unequaled for American Tiders, as
shown by their immense popularity.
All grades carried in stock, .^ome second-hand
wheels at ridiculously low
]>rice. Howard L. Rose <fc Co.,
S'o. 51 Twelfth Street. Wheeling, \V. Va.
REV. nil. c. L WOKK, of Ohio, At
MoumUvllle Ancmhly to?luy.
READERS of the INTELLIGENCER coin
K out of town for tho Summer run have
tho INTELLIGENCER mnllrd to thom for
?lxt7-ttvo cents por month, poiUif* tr?.
THE COUNTY BOARD
Electod a Now Locnl Board of
Health For Ohio County.
REPAIRS OF THE NATIONAL ROAD
Estimated by Engineer Smith.
Monthly Financial Reports aiul
Other Matters of Interest at Monday's
Regular Meeting.
The County Commissioners at their
regular monthly meeting, all the members
being present, elected a now Local
Hoard of Health. Two bif!lo?ts wore
taken. Dr. J. N. Shorts, of Liberty district,
John W. Nichols, Richland, August
Scheutzner, of Fulton, Dr. J. T.
Carter and Dr. AW Tetrie were the candidates.
On the first ballot Shorts and
- - ... ,
Scheutzner were elected, ami -mcjiois
and Potrie had six votes each. On the
second ballot Nichols was elected.
The annual financial statement of the
clerk wis read and Hied, and tho sheriffs
list of delinquent tax-payers was
read and referred to the Committee on
Finance.
George W. Boring was chosen constable
to lill a vacancy in Webster district.
The bond of W. C. Weidman as County
.Superintendent of .Schools was roceived
and filed.
Bids were received from four parties
for cortain iron anchors to be built in
the walls of the new jail, to accommodate
swinging cots, an'd the contract was
let to the Van Porn Iron Company.
The matter of repairing the masonry
of the Ween rod bridge was referred to
the road ana bridge committee with
power to act.
REPAIRING NATION A J. ROAD.
County Engineer Smith presented a
very complete detailed report of the estimated
cost of putting the national road
in good condition. He estimated for a
clear width of twenty feet for all bridges
but that at Cecil's,"which is allowed a
width of thirty feetjand the total cost
on this estimate is $4G,M!).70. To reduce
all bridges to a clear width of twelve
feet would reduce the expense to $M,USO.TO.
itf tlm rr.nnlra n.imod it. i? stated that
certain structures should he put in good
order as soon as possible, at a cost of
$22,737.
The matter was then referred to the
finance committee to investigate the
condition of the road's finances.
tin: month i,y HEroirrs.
Bills aggregating $1,017 73 were ordered
paid on recommendation of the committee
on poor house and farm. The
report of the superintendent of the infirmary
showed 06 inmates in June, of
whom 41 were white males, 21 white
females, three colored males and one
colored female. There were no births
nor deaths. The property and inmates
were reported in excellent general condition.
Hills from the road and bridge committee
aggregating $2,585 63 were ordered
paid; from the court house and jail
committee of $107 10, from the linanco
committee $559 90. Sheriff S teenrod
was credited with $18,273 15, county
orders paid by him.
A few minor matters wore disposed
of, and the Hoard adjourned at noon.
Tin: REAL ESTATE MARKET.
llciiuous jTictvi iiiiiiui n juinii) uivuijMnrlcvt
S?nm Qui?t.
The following from an oxchnnge applies
with equal force in Wheeling:
There is a complaint among the
brokers that owners of real estate are
placing too high a value on their holdings,
and that this makes sales slow and
gives color of dullness to the market,
whereas the demand is really good. It
is always interesting to note the difference
in value the owner of real estate
irives to the tax assessor and that which
lie gives to the agent that is to sell the
property for him. One can readily understand
the owner's appreciation of
the values in the different cases, nevertheless
the suspicion is well founded
that he goes to too great an extreme in
oueorboth cases. It seldom happens
that there is less realty on the market
than there aro buyers; on the contrary
I the very opposite is usually the case.
| Buyers are therefore in 'a "position to
I make the best selection and have a
voice in fixing tho price and terms.
Tho opinion is prevailing generally that
real estate is sure to increase in valno
permanently, that owing to tho liability
of fluctuation in stock and other securities,
real estate is the safest and best
basis of wealth we have, and in anticipation
of a "boom" based on these facts
owners are not fluxions to sell excoptat
a still" price. There rati be no surer way
to check snlos and injure business thai)
this; actual sales are the life of the business
and are the only real evidence we
have of values, except it bo that of
rentals. Brokers depending on commissions
as payment for their eirorts in
negotiating sales and stimulating actiyity
generally cannot look kindly on the
proposition to increase values uniustifl[
ably, and all such efforts should l?e discouraged
as being inimical to the best
intnrc.Hls of tho business.
Foil Colds, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis
mid Sore Throat use Dr. Thomas'
Kcleotric Oil, and got the genuine, daw
From San Antonio.
August Ilornung, a well known manufacturer
of boots and shoes at 820 Nolan
street. San Antonio, Texas, will not
soon forget his experience with an attack
of the cramps, which he relates as
follows: "I was taken with a violent
cratnt? in the stomach, which I believe
would have caused my death, had it not
been for the prompt use of Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrluea
Remedy. The lirst dose did me to
much good that I followed it up in 20
! minutes with tho second dose, and before
the doctor could get to where I
| was, I did not need him. This remedy
shall always be ono of the main stays
| of my family. ^ daw
Beymann's Celebrated Imager a specialty
at Lally Sample Booms, No. 2100
Main street.
"Familiar in Millions of Mouths
as any Household Word."
Tbo Time*, London.
A pollinaris
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"Much favored by her Majesty"
wori.d, London.
"The best beverage."
truth, london.
"Cosmopolitan."
British Medical Journal.
"Chtafl as well as good'*
" The demand for it is great and
increasing."?The Times, london.
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THE HUB?ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS.
We'll Paint the Town Red!
o :
J THE HUBj
CLOTHIERS
Entire Force Busy as Bees Marking Down the Entire Stock of
Summer Clothing, Hats and Furnishings
for the
GREAT BED LETTER SALE,
The King of All Bargain Sales,
Which begins on TUESDAY XIORXIXG bright and early. You'll see tho old
price marked in black, and tho new price, with quartor, two-thirds
and one-half off marked is bed!
We're bound to make July, usually the dullest season of
the year, the busiest one for the Hub. Crowds will
flock to this sale. At the price, the goods must
sell fast. First come gets first choice ;so
don't delay. Make up your mind
to call bright and early
TUESDAY MORNING,
AT
The Hub One-Price Clothiers'
GREAT RED LETTER SALE I GREAT RED LETTER SALE!
Market and Fourteenth Sts., Wheeling. W. Va.
HOUSEA HERRMANN-FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
Any Tor?on tiiftt Rends Kno
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND STOVES
Oil Knslpr Terms Than Any Ollior House In tho City.
HOUSE & HERRMANN,
1300 MAIN STREET. ,
WHEELING INSTALMENT CO-FURNITURE. ETC.
Saturdays Excepted I
HOUSE OUR Parlor Furniture,
vim TTTiTrto Chamber Furniture,
FURNISHINGS CTnprc DinlngRoomFurniture
o i UAJLO Liijrary Furniture,
pa^y Hall Furniture.
Wcc{/t v Will Close Kitchen Furniture,
WCCNLI FURNITURE
monthly ~ 0f ai15s*
payments. 7 p.m. EasyPaymeiits.
WHEELING INSTALMENT COMPANY,
1136 to 1140 Market Street.
JOS. H. McARDLE. Manaarer.
THE GREAT LIVER and l?f||l#M r
STOMACH REMEDY. jjf flligSgSp /
Indigestion?Sick Headache?Constrpation.
IKT XTSEI SIXTY YEARS.
If your druggist does not keep them, will send by mall on rooolpt
of price, ae CENTS A BOX, plain or sugar coated.
Prepared only byJNO. OnMcUIN&SON,WHEaiN8,(OA.
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