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KILLED ON THE TRACK.
A B. & O. Brakoman Run over at Thirty-third street flKD HIS BODY TERRIBLY MANGLED. Ho Misses his Footing in Stepping upon tlio Kngitio untl falls beneath the Wheels with Horrible IIchuIM. Leaves a Widow and Child. Shortly after noon yesterday Robert Pugh, a brakeman in the employ of the Baltimore A Ohio railroad company for some time pant, met his death in a allocking manner at the B. A O. crossing at Thirty-third street, just in front of .Schmulbach's brewery. Pugh was on a flat car, and undertook to step to tha engine, but just as lie stepped upon it, it and the car lurched in opposite directions and he was thrown off. He fell to the track between the tender and car, but with the rarest presence of mind tried to crawl to a point where he could lie down and uvoid the wheels. Tho train was too juoi i'u mm, twiu ium uo ? u>|>? <>w on the rail, the wheels struck him. His abdomen mas crushed and cut terribly, and his right leg crushed und mangled almost to the knee, while his left leg was severed. The train was stopped and the mangled remains gathered up. Death ensued after a few minutes of awful agony. The body was taken in the patrol wagon to Jllatciilev's undertaking shops, at tho corner of 'Twenty-second and Market streets, and prepared for burial, and then taken to his home on Eighteenth street just east or EoiF. l'tigh was twenty-eight years old and leaves a widow and one child. lit* lived at Moundsville until recently, and his remains will be taken there" for burial. l'ugh was a membor of the Shields of Honor, and Eureka Lodge will meet this evening to make arrangements to attend the funeral, which will occur tomorrow. AUOUT VKOPLE. Stranger* in the City fttul Wheeling I\ilU? Abroad. (icon,'? W. Lutz left ladt evening for Atlanlie City. U. L. Ilolliday, Esq., of Moundsville, was up yesterday. Miss Hnttie IIuIF, of Fairmont, is visiting friends in this city. J. E. JCcwlon. of Buckhannon, was at the Mtninm House yesterday. Lee Sonneborn was at Little Washington on business yesterday. George R. Beck, of llarrisville, Ohio, was a M. Charles guest yesterday. Miss Mary Thompson in visiting Miss Minnie Plvmire at Washington, Pa. J. W. Kiucaid, of Catlettsburj?, Ky., was registered at the St. Charles yesterday. Mr. John Eagle and daughter, of Steubenville, visited friends here yesterday. John A. Znrnitz left on the Baltimore <Sc (>iiio train last night lor Mt. Clemens, Mich. Miss Cora "Wheeler, of the Island, is home from a visit to Portland, Ohio, friends. Tlmtnnann iif thn Island. is visiting hor grandfather at Fernwood, O. Mr. George Updegraff and wife left Tuesday for a pleasure trip to Mackinaw Ihfaml. Mr. aud Mrs. George Hook left yes' terday to spend ten days or so at Atlantic City. Mrs. George Stewart, of Bridgeport, is visiting her brother, Robert narvey, near Bethel, 0. liev. I). W. Fisher, President of Hanover College, Indiana, is among old friends in the city. Capt. G. Barrett left last night for tho Columbus barracks, where he will be in command in future. J^K. M. Patterson and wife aud W. E. Harris, of Weston, registered yesterday at the Stamtn House. Mrs. K. H. Silvey and daughter, Miss Klla, of South Cha'plino street, are visiting relatives at Cincinnati. Mrs. Charles Woodburn and Miss Delia Woodburn, of Cameron, wero in the city yesterday shopping. Miss Belle Shriver. of South Wheeling, left yesterday tor Jollvtown, Pa., where she will visit her sister, -Mrs. Dye. Mr. Otto Jaeger left yesterday for his home at Fostoria, O. He took with him his nephew, Master Harold Dinger, who will visit him. Mr. George W. L'onnci, ot rappan a Connel, left last night for Newark, Ohio, to attend the funeral of an uncle. Mr. Coniiel will return Friday. (}. W. Lackey and daughter, of Garrett, Ind., and W. II. Robinson, of Tiltonville, Ohio, were among those at the St. Charles hotel yesterday. Editor Harrv L. Snyder, of Shepherdstown came in last night to attend the meeting of the hoard of regents of the State Normal schools to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McChesney left yesterday morning for Mercer, Pa., to attend the funeral of Mr. McChcsney's brother-in-law, M. W. Alexander. Mrs. Loyd A. Janes and little daughter, who were the guests of Mr. Janea's parents on Fifteenth street, have returned to their home iu Chicago. Miss Sophie Carr left 011 Tuesday evening for Oconomowoc, Wis., where hhc will npend the summer with the family of Mr. Alox. Euston, of St. Louis, who are summering ther^. J. E. Terrv, Samuel Walker and Charles 21. liarthold, of $teubenville. 11. \V\ Harding, of Washington, Pa., and J. I\ McCardell, of Parkersburg, wero at the McLure house yesterday. 1!. LelkJ, K. N. Isaacs and R. M. Cavanaugh, of New York, A. B. Lavan and A. P. Baldwin, of Cleveland, large class buyers, are at the McLure house. They come to buy stock for the fall trade. M. S. Knslow and D. D. McNamara, of New Martinsville, T. S>. Merwin ami C. G. Klsworth, of Mannington, and William Livingood, of Karnshaw, were the West Virginians at the St. Charles hotel yesterday. Mrs. Rev. D. L. Ash and daughter, Miix.l nnd Mm Prof. Cracro and tnree children, Laura, lloiner and Kay, left yesterday for Mountain J,nke "Park, Where they have taken rooms at the Assembly house for the season. A very pleasant and enjoyable dancing party was given at the residence of Mrs. John CLar v. on.-Mou4ay~e vexing in honor of MJu Nellie Yager and Miss ]<oui.?a Sneidep. Refreshments were served aud all passed a pleasant evening. ^ Picnic find Exeuminn. The union excursion, on the steamer Liberty, to Urown'n Island, and the picnic there for tlu> beueiit of the A. M. E. church of this city, which occur to-dov. bid fair to be red-letter events, il. Chnrnas, of Altoona, will be there with nis phonograph, well j Mipplied with musical and other cvlinI der?, and the Chief Eminent of pleasure guarantees good order and plenty of amusement. The boat will leave the island for the return by 6 p. m. w LOCAL BREVITIRS. Matters of Minor Moment In mul About ' the City. Tub Wegee railroad bridge is Hearing completion. Bi.ackrekuiks have begun to arrive in good quantities. Farm hands are said to bo Tery scarce in the surrounding country. FMiKxnsiiii' Lodge, I. 0. O. F. will give a picnic at the 1'ark on the 25th inst. Clavsvju.e is to erect a new public school building, to cost about $10,000. Ti? to 2:30 p. m. yesterday 103 babies had been photographed at I'luinnier's gallery. Ax eight-year-old daughter of Mrs. Daily, of Hen wood, fell out of a swing and broke her wrist. The Printers' Union announces its second annual picnic at the State Fair Ground Saturday week. The members of the Jack Bass Fishing club are enjoying lite in tl^eir now summer house out Wheeling Creek. A ia it load of Italians possed through last night trom the Kast, bound for Cincinnati, to work on a new railroad near there. Tottex, a young son of Rev. B. Engel, of Hen wood, had his toe mashed bv letting a heavv piece of iron fall on it at the Kiverside tube work*. Miss Martha Mom;an* yesterday qualified as the executrix of tHt? last will of her father, Cornelius Morgan, deceased, and gave bond in the sum of with T. S. Hiley as surety. A marriage license was yesterday issued to Albert Krederich, aged 27, aniP tiveand resident of Wheeling, and Augusta Niedprmer, ayed 25, a nativo of Germany and resident of Wheeling. Woon Bros, have received the contract to build a tine two-story frame house, with tower,at the cornor'of Kentucky and Xorth Front streets, for Jack Glasscock. It will cost about $ti,00U. ^inuiiv ItfUDic ?f-t a R?llniri? mnn who ran a splinter in his hand several weeks ago, and who has suffered terribly from blood poison ever since, Mas able to visit Wheeling friends yesterday. Cait. 13. B. Dovf.ner has accepted on invitation to address the old soldiers of Preston county on August 27, on the occasion of an oncampinent at Kingwood, commencing that day and ending the 20th. Phof. Siieff, the optician, left last night on a business trip to New York, Philadelphia and Washington City, and after attending to his business in those cities, he will spend a few days at Atlantic City and Long Branch. The Professor will be away for about ten da vs. JiK. Jepson, president of the local Pension Examinwijr Board, has received an order from Washington directing that hereafter meetings oT the board are to be held on every Tuesday of each week instead of even* Wednesday, .as heretofore. The order goes into etlect on August I, and the first meeting thereafter will be on the llrst Tuesday in that month. LEFT roll THE SEASHORE. A Good Sized Party j;oo* to Atlantic City niul tli<< Ennt. The B. it 0. train which pulled out at S 12:05 last nifrht was ^ filled with Wheeling WW c;iv poo])lo, mninly wuoc bound for At- C ^ n i lantic City. This/k, ^ "*/ nij! V, xj . | y pany s *-?< first ex- / eursion ^ of the season. These trips are always popular, and they bid fair to bo more *: o as time flies. Among those who left on this train were Mr. and Mrs. George Hook, Sheriff Steenrodand wife, James V. Dicker, 0. II. Dornev and wife, Clarance l)orsev, Mrs. William Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. "George W. Lutx, Mrs. John J. Lutz, Miss Jennie Franaheim, Mr. Bert Hazlett, Miss Katie llazlett, Mrs. Ziegenfelder and daughter, Ham Woods, Hon J. J. Woods, Hernie Kraus, George Woods, Misses Ida UpdegralF, Lvda Irwin, Lizzie Woods, Anna Stevenson, Jennie and Annie I'farr, Amelia Schwertferger, Miss .Schultze, Herman uciitz una uoi. w iinnm r?xiey. Wliero Do the Ruble* Come From? Thescene at Tappan A Connel's photograph gallery yesterday and the tlav before was one rarely seen in Wheeling. The enterprising fir in advertised that they would make a picture free of eacli boy and virl baby under one year of age on Tuesday and Wednesday, and the result was that almost every mother, rich or poor, had her youngest up to pose before the camera.* Tuesday was devoted to the baby girls, and thero were exactly one hundred and seventyeight of them had their pictures made. This was considered the high water mark, but the boy babies came up to two hundred and" sixteen. This is the largest number of sittings on record over made by one photographer in America in a day. This is a distinction Tappan A Connel justly deserve, for it is one of the most original ideas ever conceived and one which was due entirely to their own brain and enterprise. It was as good as a circus to see that congregation of infantile humanity. No Hit** Hull To-dny. The rains of Tuesday made the base ball diamond at Recreation Park too wet to roll. An attempt was made, but the roller sank in the mud. it taking two hours to extricate it. Manager Darrah reports that there will be no games this week, but next Monday the grounds will be opened, and there will be games Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday of" next week; and here" nfter there will be no lack of games, and good ones, too. The "Red Cross Oil" Base Ball Club plays in East Liverpool to-morrow and i?atiirdav. The "Red Lion Specific" club plays at Cadiz, 0., on Friday of this week. Coining Hall <>aiuv?. The Washington, To., Col logo ball team will not play hero to-day and Friday, but will open the season in Wheeling on Monday next. July 20. The Beaver \ Pa.) base ball club will bo in Wheeling Friday, the 24th, instead of the PhillipsDurK club, playing the Red Lion hpecifics. The Beaver rlub will play the Red Cross Oil base ball club at Recreation Park July 27 and 2^ Yeatrrrin)'* Arr??t?. Prof. Glass and Joseph Schmatz were hauled in by Officer J'orter yesterdov fr?f rumluft. Otfirpr Wilkio arrested "Denver" Smith, the | prize fighter, who has two charges o; <Ii^ordorly conduct placed iicainnt him. Smith! eo the story goes, insulted four or live ladies on the streets last night. TURNERS' FIELD DAY. An Enjoyable and Profitable time at the Park Yesterday. THE LIST OF THE PRIZES AWARDED. r riie Thirty.eighth Anniversary of the Formation of the Local Turnvereln Fittingly Celebrated ?A Largo Crowd Present. J The field-day exercises of the Wheeling Turn Verein in celebration of its thirty-eighth anniversary took place yes terday afternoon at Wheeling Park. At 11 o'clock in the morning the Turners arrived at tho Klin Grovo motor station, having paraded from tho hall on North Market street, the Opera House band leading the way. The train was crowded with people. Arrived at the Park, all amused themselves with dancing until 3 o'clock, tho hour set for the exercises. In the meantimo every motor arriving was crowded with passengers, and when that hour arrived the mound, 011 the summit of which the athletic games were to be held, was covered witn spectators. The apparatus was arranged in lino, and for two hours and a half the exercises on the horizontal bar and parallel bars, high jumping and long distance jumping entertained the large audience. The scene was lively during this time, and the many graceful movements were 1 loudly applauded. The Turners dr serve great credit for the exhibit : and Prof. Krogh, the instructor, i? praise for the degree of proficiencv to which he has brought his pupils, 'rhe varions exercises were of the kind best calculated to develop all the muscles of the body and strengthen the frame. the ritizEH to be awarded were distributed according to points made at each apparatus. At the horizontal bar and the parallel bars, were three judges, the jumping ground being also presided over by the same number. As each member went through an exercise, tho number of points scored was marked down by the judges. When the exercises were over, the auditing committee added'up the points, and tho ono making the highest number cot the lirst prize, tho next 011 the list the second prize, the next the third, and so on. The following gentlemen officiate 1 as judges: The horizontal bar, C. Strauss, R. Schubert and August Schneider; parallel bars and vaulting horse, W. A. Schambra, Uns Mager and Chris Schambra; high and long distance jumning, Cieorge Ixjos, II. Schambra and Albert Mager; auditing committee, J. M. Schenk, George Deitz and George Bergstiininfr. Prizes were awarded as follows: First division. first nrizn. n solid crnlil nmblem. I William Straub; second prize, a diamond stud, Kd. Brandfass; third i prize, Albert Fisher, a box of cigars. Second division, ilrst class: First: prize, solid gold emblem, Ed Vaas; second prize, meerschaum pipe, William Sullivan; third prize, dumb bolls, Charles Weber. Second class: First prize, F. Miller; second prize, Alfred Spoil; third prize, Phillip Schainbni; fourth prize, II. Friedrich. THE HOYS' CLASS is divided into four divisions, and the following gained prizes: First division: First prize,George Miedel; second prize, | I/ouis Taubert; third prize, Frank Smith; fourth prize, George I.oos. Second division: First prize, A. Schmeichel; second prize, II. llieberson; third prize, George Richards; fourth prize, Klwood Wilson, fifth prize, Kmil liarthels; sixth prize, K. Miller. Tl.ir.l Virct nri.n Seheppner; second prize, Lorenz Revinan; third prize, Chnrlea Ilugus; fourth prize, John Brockhart; fifth prize, II. j Straub; sixth prize, Charles Mover, seventh prize, II. Sehambra. Fourth division: First prize, A. Straub; | second prize, C. Scheppner; third prize, E. Miller; fourth prize, R. Miller; fifth prize, E. Nordemnn; sixth prize. I.l Israel; seventh prize, E. Bebout; eighth prize, W. Miller; ninth prize, E. Hugus. A class of girls took in most of tlie exercises gone through with by the young men and boys, and received prizes as follows: First division: |First prize, Addie Miller; second nrize, Louisa Ricster; I third prize, Millie Sohenpner; fourth Brize, Mamio Schmeichel; fifth prize,! lga Myers; sixth prize, Rena Hoblitzer; seventh prize. Clara Schneider; eighth prize, Cora Happy; ninth prize, Lottie Meschroth. .Second division: First prize, Nellie Peters; second prize, Emma Revmann; third prize, Hilda Straub; fourth prize. Carrie Loos; fifth prize, Carrio Brandfass; sixth jirize, Gertie Loos; seventh nrize, Minnie Brandfass; eighth prize, B. Shall cross. Third division: First prize, C. Meyers: second prize, Katie II. Meyers; third prize, S. Brandfass; fourth prize, Carrie Stein; fifth prize, Alma Happy; sixth prize, Nellie .Smith. TUB REGULAR TURNING having been finished, Messrs. Gus Mager and Chris Schnmbra gave a fine exhibition of pole vaulting. Height of jump, eight feet four inches. The athletic exhibition was concluded at about half past live o'clock, and nfter pupper the dancing commenced. The largo platform was occupied the remainder of theeveningbv dancers, who never seemed to tire of tliis mode of athletic exercise. The Opera House Orchestraj furnished the music. The path lending up to the top of the mound was hung with Chinese lanterns, and the mound itself was brightly illuminated. T'p here the Opera House brass band discoursed, and the Verein had three or four barkeepers dispensing liquid refreshments. Everybody 6eemea to bo enjoying themselves in a good natured way,* and good-humored fun was the order ot the day. Everything had been well arranged, and too much credit cannot be given the amusement committee, consisting^ of William A. Schambra, Joseph Weisgerber. Charles Amick, George lxx>s, H. E. Schambra, C. J. Schambra, William Straub, D. M. F. Krogh, August Schneider aud Charles Straub. The last motor usually leaves the Park at 10 o'clock, but sju;cial arrangements had been made by the Verein, and at a ouarter after eleven o'clock the lost trainload started from the park. A Novel Trip. Among the visitors in Wheeling yesterday was A. n. Pattengill. Professor of Greek"atjthe University ofJMichigan, who is malting an unique trip. 110 leu Ana Arbor, Michigan, and rode horseback to Detroit, shipping his horse from thence to Cleveland, where he .1 train remounted and rode to Sieubenvillo. There Monday night he shipped his horse by boat to Point Pleasunt, from whence lie will again take up his ride to White Sulphur Springs and journey on horseback through the mountains. He is a great lover of horsetlesh and ha* a magnificent animal on which to make his delightful iuurnev. A MYSTICIUOUS CASE. An Old Mnn round Illredlii;; on til* SideHulk (!ti? 3Iuri;iii4?A i*o?alble MiutJrr. At 2 o'clock this morning a little oldish man, with a thin face and gray mustache, was found lying oif the sidewalk ou Market street, with blood all about hiyi ou the pavement and-on his clothes and face. The patrol wagon was sent for, and ho was taken to the city building and iJr. fctyragg, the health olficer, aummoned. This man has l>een about town for several davs on a spree. Nobody near last nigfit knew him, but he was out earl>; in the night in a gurnev, and was drinking Heavily. Ail mat comu unlearned of the cas?? wan that lie was seen by a p..sser- " lying ?n the pavement, and < Mlicer M jran was called, and he summoned the patrol. The popular theory on the spot was that the man had a hemorrhage ot' the lungs but the fact was that he did not nave a svmptoui of such an ailment. .Somebody said he had bled from the ears, but if to all marks of bleeding had been removed. The man carried an alligator leather satchel wherever he went. This was found near him. lie was not able to tell anything himself. In the man's satchel was a letter from the police authorities of Pittsburgh, itrliirnsKpil tn .Tnlin J. Heavv. and he had told somebody here recently that he was on his wav home to Pittsburgh from Mt. Clemens, Mich. He was connected with a patent medicine concern in Pittsburgh. Later developments prove what was I at tirst stu>p?cted to !>?' true; the man 'was j*-'tiled and received the injur;.i v nov prove futal, at the hands i. > ? driver. Owing to the hour, no definite infor 1 ms condition or the cause 1 cou*. obtained. At 3.1 j a. tn? ilenrv Hutler, the gurney driver, whs arretted by olliccr .Moran. 1 le sai-J hi* had a dispute with the I tuan about his fan*, and the man | threatened him, and reached toward I his hip pocket when Butler, a mere bov, I slapped him on the side of the head. He staggered and fell heavily to the [ pavement and lay there unconscious. At 3:30 the man had recovered conI scionsness, but had not said anything. Dr. Sprjigg had not expressed an opinion n? trt tlio srtrirtURiiPK* ??f his hurts. I" ? THE u. S. glass company. Tlio Table Ware Combine Finally ConsuniIinntrd Yesterday. I The combination of table ware nianu! facturers called tlie t\ S. Glass Company, the inception of which was first made public in the l.NTiauoEXCEie, is at last complete. The IIobbs Glass Company, of thin city, is in it. A former glass company of the same hi ml went by the boanl, ami when this one was announced in the Intki.moexckk knowall papers tired to discredit the report. Stock was taken at the various lactones last week, ami the reports of the appraisers were made yesterdav at a meeting at Pittsburgh. The following dispatch was received la*t night: PmsnnmiH, Pa., July 15.?At a meeting of the table glassware manufacturers of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia, in this city to-day, ttie plants were consolidated and an association formed under the name of the United States Glass Company. I>. 0. Ripley, of this city, was elected president. Tiie company comprises thirteen firms with a capital of $1,000,000. The oliject of the combination is said to be to systematize and harmonize the workings of tho several plants and secure such economies in cost as may result from a consolidation of interests. Tho headquarters will be in Pittsburgh. Inquiring for Ilin Hrothrr'n KITort*. Mr. C. AV. Richards, of Phillipsburg, Pa., is in the city. Mr. Hichards is a brother of Mr. Jesse Richards, head of the West Virginia school of stenography and typewriting, whose pad death by his own hands at the Grant house a few weeks ago is fresh in the public mind, and he comes to inquire as to any effects his brother may have left. MOULD KIlS OF OP I NO.V. Tho Second Day of the International Editorial Convention. St. Paul, Minx., July 15.?Tho second day's session of the editorial convention was called to order at 10 o'clock this morning. Andrew Putollo, of Toronto, I one of tho Canadian delegation, extended greeting. rm__ _.1J 1 *t.? A ? v.. axil* htm auuican ui uu; uuj nun uv Jftincs \V. Scott of the Chiatgo JLralri, on the "Metropolitan Pailv." J Jo considered the problem of circulation, j stereotype processed, printing from the I mil, telegraph franchises and facilities, and advertising bv the line. A. C. Oehs, of U?e Chattanooga Tinu *, followed with an address on the "Interior Daily" The size of the town in whicli sti'-h a paper could he published, ; he said, depends more on the man and location than on the population. Hon. George D. Perkins, of the Siou.r ! City Journal, discussed starting newspapers. Keep clear of debt, he said, and never seek the favor of those who j have axes to grind. (juito a discussion arose over plate vs. press reports, the general opinion being that it depended on the iocal citv. Kditor Ciibbs, of the JCormlk; (Ohio) Rcflcrior} spoke briefly. Col. J. 1\ IIovt, of the Greenville, S. C., Courier, read a paper on the "Cotmtrv weeklv," describing a model weekly ailU 11UI1 U 31IVUKI in: twu.mvivu. Thr Vprinlnj; In Knyti. New York, July 15.?Tho steamship j Alisia arrived hero to-day from Jamaica. Tho purser states that everything in Hayti bids fair for a general* uprising. Legitime, who is in exile at Kingston, has started an ex-officer of tho Atlas Steamship company for this city, ]?r?;I pared to purchase a number of vessels and war material. Ayer's Hair Vigor has long held the first place, as a hair-dressing, in the estimation of the public, Ladies find that this preparation gives a beautiful gloss to the hair, and gentlemen use it to prevent baldness and cure humors in the scalp. Daw Frcot Front On Wednesday and Thursday of this week we will make babies' pictures free. ~Ii K.il.w.er-.riA vMVdt nmiflnd iinitnr.iinil 1 present the parents oi tbaby with one of our lineal aatin-llnished Cabinet Photos. On Friday of this week we will photograph all persons 70 years of ajjc and over and present each one with one of our finest Cabinet Photos free of charge. Respectfully, Pi.im visa's, 1138 Main street, Wheeling, W. Va. MARIUEI). BELL-CJIAltSOCK?On Wednesday. July W. 1?01. ni the pnfMinnxe of the rottrth rttrwft M. R. cnnn-.n. or mo pa*ior. nev ? . w. Cunhlnv. Mr. GBOMB BELL to MIm Jewik L. ClUlUCOl*. DIED. SMITH?On Wednesday, Julr l.S, 1SJ1. At 2 o'clock p. ?n . I!aZ" . infant diagbtcr ?>f <'hnrlo? W. add Kate rtmlttj, a|?d 1 month mU'I 1.1 day*. Funeral this (Thunder* afternoon at 3 o'clock fr.>m the home of hi-r pereuie, corner Fink and Liu itrroia. laUnd. G. MENDEL & CO.-CHAMBEn SETS. CHAMBER SETS! Of Many New and Tasty Designs In Walnnt, Antique Oak, Sixteenth Centary, Old Eagiish White Maple * , And Other Modern Styles of Finish, all at Tiir T AUfCCT DDIPCC I inc Luvvcji. i i\iv>lj! AND MANY SPECIALLY REDUCED. G. Mendel & Co.,. / 1124 Main Street. ' ' - AnotluT Lot of (.'iimp Stools Just Iicceircd. ^ GEO. E. STIFEL. 4. CO.-CLEArlANCEjSALE. STIFEOTCO - 1114 7umi*N STREET. i At the old st/ind for a little while longer, as our New Stores are not quite ready to receive us, consequently the CLEARANCE SALE Will Continue till the Time of Moving. , O t Our Special REMOVAL COUNTER has on it Big Bargains from Every Department. PARASOLS, SDH UMBRELLAS AND FANS, Largest Lino in the Cjty. inrt Y OWr nrtrl iHlinnillfl Ulii'liiiliS?muo, oua. aim uiioiiiiioj Over One Hundred Patterns at All Prices. FLOUNCINGS?WHITE GOODS, OUTING CLOTHS AND FLANNELS, CHALLIES AKD SDUHEB FABRICS OP ALL KIHDS. GEO. E. STIFEL A CO. _ FREW & EJERTSCMY FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING. _ Our First Word is Bargains And All From a Practically Unlimited Lino of BRIGHT IVT OTV I ET c IN C. VV Oil THIS SIPIR-IZEsTC3-. Facts and Figures Convince All Comers That we Offer the Opportunity of thG Season In Parlor and Bed R&om Suits, Mantel Mirrors, Standing Cabinets, Wardrobes and Sideboards, Carpets, Oil Cloths. Linoleums, Window Shades, Rugs and Mats.' UNDERTAKING. In this department our facilities are unsurpassed. We are prepared to conduct burials in a most satisfactory manner. All modern undertaking appliances. A NEW WHITE FUNERAL CAR, the finest in the city. Also, a FINE BLACK FUNERAL CAR. Competent management guaranteed. FREW&BERTSCHY 3XTo. ^1X7 Main Btroot. The old or young whoso oyes need attontion, or Classes do not suit, can consult and have their oyes scientifically tested for Classes without charge by PROF. SHEFF, the Optician, at Lash's Jewelry Store, corner Main and Elovonth streets. The only exclusive Optical Department in the StatO. WALL PAPER, DODDERS, STATIONERY, ETC. 1S52+JOSEPH CR75\?ES* +is9i DBAl.rtl IM WALL PAPER, BORDERS CEILING DECORATIONS, Baby Carriages, Blank Books and Stationery. The Largest Stock and Greatest Variety in tlie State. SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICKS! JOSEPH GRAVES, 23Twolf!li atroot. I