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YOUR J 325 Pleccs, OTf AMERICAN *5c Reduced from 8c I Wool C Our regular 25c, 35c Go This 15c Stoie & M. J. M'FADDEN?GENT M. J. Mcf SPECIAL Hen's Sunimi AT REDUCE Men's Good White Gauze Undorshirts reduced from 25c to 15c. Men's Striped Fine Balbriggnn Undershirts roduced from 35c to 25c. Men's Extra Good Jersey Bnibriggan Undershirts reduced from 40c to 260. Men's Finest "Angola" Colored Baibriggan Shirts and Drawers reduced from 50c to 350. 1,000 new styles of Men's and B( In sizes from 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, I M. J. Mel ONE-PRICE HAT A CHEAPEST STOR 1320 and 1322 Mark ALEXANDER & CO. | We moke our Show of shoo leathei^-nothlng else; and wo ask fair prices for thorn?nothing else. Vou uro at llborty to pay $5 for a $3 artlelo and wo art? at liberty to ask It, but wo don't Wo know bettor than that. If that was wlmt wo did, you would probably have one transaction with us and that would be the end of It. When you have worn out one pair of our shoes, and it will take younoine tlrao to do it, we want you to coroo buck again. Square, straight-forward and UOIllVH HCUkUiVUk 10 nutm nv ivi; u|n/u iv ?>n.a you back. ALEXANDER & CO., SHOE SELLERS, lrl> 1010 Mftln strrft. BICYCLES. SIMPLE. SWIFT. STRONG. SWIFT SAFETY^ Boat on. Earthi. Riff 1(1 and spring frauiw. Solid cushion and pncumatio tirea. Patent roller tempered chain Ball bearings. 100,000 la tuu. iiachiuos oud cushion 11 re* guaranteed. tfeiulfor catalogue to JASON C. STAMP, ittTCS Agent. Wheeling. 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., mri 1223 Market Street. Tiie weekly intelligence!! Is a bright, sparkling, instructive family Journal. It Is original In every department, clean in every line and suited as it 1* intended to interest and Improve every membtr ol the family, whether In-cUy or oomatrr AS-CHALLIES. :hoice )F t 16,000 Yards, CHALLIES Per Yard I 10c and 12 I-2c. tallies !! and 40c Wool Challies Week for J Per Yard. Thomas. 9' FURNISHING GOODS. 'ADDENI SALE OF ir Underwear D PRICES. I MnnlflDnfliit nnnlltv Tmnnvfail Frnnnh Not Undeirahirta reduced from 50c to 35c. Mon's finest White Joan, perfect fitting, Slimmer Drawers, double sewed, rivet buttons and patent elastic ankles, reduced from 7Bc to 60c. Men's very finest quality Egyptian Yarn, six thread Sillc Finished Ealbriggan Shirts and Drawers, reduced from <uc to 50c. )ys* perfect fitting OutlngShirts 12 up to 10), at II00, $150 and $2 00. FADDEN, ND SHIRT STORE. E IN WHEELING I ot Street Wheeling. GEO. M. SNOOK A. CO. REMNANTS Odds and Ends rsoM Every Department, CHEAPEST GEO. M. SNOOK A C0/S. EGGER, WARRICK AjCO. HotWeatherDrives THE BEST FOR THE MOSEY. The mlo of business la forco with as always Is the best for the raonojr. We will commence from now on to Inaugurate a general Clearance Solo of all Hummer Goo-ln, although a little early, but onr stock Is large r.uu uiuni do reuuceu irgaruicn 01 pricu. ORG ANDTE? LAWN And Challle Sale. Hia been ono of tho greatest WMWoni cter known, and hsvo Just received a Irwh supply, which art getting very icarco. Cotne early to secure choice selections, as they are going fast. Will have auother Invoice In a few days of those BO-INOH GloriaSilk Umbrellas AT *1.00. Egger, Warrick & Co., 1132 Main Street. Sfe BtMBgrnx. OlUcv: .Vol. mid 587 I'ourteiMitli StriM't. New AdrertUrtucnta. Mortality statistics of the City of Wheeling. HumnuT-y Music?Ollvi-r I'lt^on Co. Don't You Wnnt a KIltorT?Ewlllg Uros. Want?*l?Traveling baleatnan. Cotutahle'i Hale of the Property of tho Globe Contract Company. Removed?Wheeling Mining and Manufacturlng Company. Wantea?A Hober, ludnstrloui Tinner. HBJll' M iUIUtl-l III U Notiro to the H. Of il. For IU?:it?Six-Koouicd House. BEADEBS of tho INTELLIGENCER going out of town for tho Summer cun have tho INTELLIGENCKB mailod to them for slxty-tho cents per month, pobtago free. FOK HOT WEAT1IEU. A full lino of Serirc*, Drnpo D'Ete* and Cheviot*, Hut ?uiU-<I for tho hot Weather, which will bo undo up llr?t-clas* at reasonable price#. In Stock?'Tho celebrated Prldo of the Wont Night Shirts and full assortment of Cheviot, Sntoeua und Flannel Shirt*. For comfort und durability wear our eelcbrated Fait Black and Culorod Hoto. C. UE8S & HONS, 1381 nnd 1383 Markot street. GIBSON'S nnd DOUGBERTY'g Straight Pure Bye WhUklos nt tho Graud Opera Bouse Saloon. IE you cannot see and need Spectacles, yon iihould call on us and havo you.* eye* tested without charge. We hare tho fluent instrument* and more experience than any other Optician In the State, and guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. JACOB W. GIIUBR, Jewelor und Optician, Corner Twelfth and Market Streets. * Jumped the Trnck. u., u oc w. engine ao. 31 jumpeu tne track just below the C. & P. crossing in Kirkwood yesterday afternoon. Nobody was hurt, out the* accident blockaded the track and delayed train* for soino time. Preparatory to lleraoclollng. The Norway Tack company's factory is having tho machinery and fixtures removed preparatorytodismautlingand remodeling the extensive buildings for uso by the Terminal company as freight sheds. Now Colling* Put lu. The Caldwell & Feterson Company Is putting their handsome steel ceilings in tho police court room, tho room of tho lockup-keener and the private detention room adjoining. It is a decided improvement, and ouo that has long been needed. miliar?SInr. In the list of marriage licenses issued at Kttsbugh on Tuesday are the names of Orloffl'. Miller, of this citv.and Miss Jessie May, also formerly of Wheeling, but now oi Allegheny City. They were married yesterday and it is understood will reside in Allegheny. The Fir?t Kxcurnlou. Arrangements have been made to run an excursion over the Terminal svstem and W. & L. E. Railrqad to Detroit August 2 and 3, to the National Encampment of the G. A. K. This will be the first excursion out ot tlio city over the Terminal, audit is expected that by that time it will be possible to run trains from Ohnpline and Nineteenth streets, across tlio creek bridge at the Whitakor mill. 83,000 Damage* Awarded. The commissioners of condemnation in the ease of the Wheeling Bridge and Termirial Railway Company vs. Mrs. Mary Handlan and others spent anothor half day yesterday listening to evidence and arguments as to the price which ought to bo paid for a triangular piece of property in tho Eighth ward desired to bo appropriate J for the use of the com pany. Tho case was then submitted and the commissioners after duo deliberation awarded the Hatidlan heirs $2000 damages for the ground. Trannfom Itocortled. Clerk Ilook yestorday admitted to record three deeds?of trust and transfers oi real estate, as follows: July 15, by Wesley I). Murphy and wife to Theodore L. flarvoy, for $5, the east half of lot 32, in Daniel Zane's addition,' fronting twenty feet oti Zano street. July 15, l>y Tbcodoro U Hurvov to Woslev 1). Murphy, for $5, the oast half nf lnt MO In ft 7?nn'fi nrldlhnn frftntinu twenty /cot on Zune street. Ton Cnso* Ycntenl.iy. For a change there was a session of the police court vestordav. Acting Mayor Jenson presided in the absence of ftayor Seabright. Thero were twelve cases. Josephine Boyd got $20 and costa for keeping a houso of ill fame, four colored girls, for hoarding there, ?5 and costs, and five white men, for visiting tho house on the wrong night $5 and costs. James Rider, for drunkonness and indecent exposure, went to the hill for thirty davs in default of $10 and costs, and John Donnell, for drunkenness. went ud for fifteen davs because he did not poesoss $2 and coBta. Tlio Train Loft Tlietn. Last evening passengers from Wheeling for Mounosvilie had an experience which mado some of them swenr. Tlie train left the station here on time, but at Caldwell's run the bridge was down to make way for the new one. All sorts of devices to get around tho ditliculty were suggested by the passengers and rejected by the train hands. Finally the official announcement was made that the train would not leave until 8 o'clock, and most of those aboard camo back up town to get their supper. Returning about a ounrter to 3, thev (omul tlint the train had pulled out ut 7:30. 'fluty were mad, but they spent the night in the city. Denth of Mr. Jnrnoi Jcpson. A telegram was received here yesterday announcing the death at l'arkorslmrg_pf Mr. James Jepson, Secretary of the ilanna & Clemens Paper Company. He went to l'arkersburg on business Monday, and was taken very 111 with an affection of tho stomach. His wife received a telegram yesterday saying he was very low, and left for tliero at once, out no was aeau uoioro sue arrived. iur. Jepson was mi Englishman by birth, but had lived in Wheeling a number of yearn. He was (or years book-keeper (or M. Keilly, and later ownod n paper more on Main street. Ho was u man of lively intelligence nnd good heart, and was held in affectionate regard by all who know him well. Ho bail been in very bad health (or a long time, bnt hia death was entirely unloosed (or. The beroaved wife and children have the warmest sympathy o( all who know them. Statsd bv H. B. Cochran, drngpst, Lancaster, Pa., hnvo guaranteed over 300 bottles of Burdock Iilood Bitter* for dyspepsia, sourstomach, bilious attacks, liver and kidney trouble. daw Special Trains for "guccit Either." The B. 4 0. railroad company will ran npecial trains from the Moundgrille camp ground on tlie lflth, 17th and 18th of July, for the benefit performance of "Queen Esther," train* leaving tlie camp ground at 10 p. m. nightly, to as to accommodate tnojo attending the performance and desiring to return to the city tho samo night. BEHltlXGEirS BODY Found Floating in the lUrcr Oppnilto the Ileuuooil Funinoi*. Tlifl 1?n<lv of John llcliriiiizcr bflnboon found ut last. On Monday Uehringer who was an old man, and had been operating the old iiorkheiroer tannery in Upper Bon wood, waded out into the river at the mouth of Bo^gs run and waa drowned. Yesterday morning Thomas Kav, the section boss at the ftiverside .Steel works, saw a body floating in tho water in front of the blast furnace. Ho gave tho alarm and Pat Scanlan and Jacob Flading rowod out In u juliii bout unci brought tnu Douy in. fhu body looked an if it had beon in the water u month, the face wan Mack and tlie skin peeled off in places. It was recognisable, however, anil was Identified. .Nothing but an old pipe wns found in the clothes, it being probable that the suicido had sent his money to California, with his baggage. Squire Kiddle held an inquest, and rendered a verdict according to the facts. NORMAL SCHOOL REGENTS. To Hold an Important Meeting In Till* City, Opening To-Day. Tho Board of Regents of the various State Normal Schools is to meet in this city, at the Hotel Windsor, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Hon. KanKin wney, jr., of Point Pleasant, a member of tho Board from the Fourth district, and Mr. James U. Miller, of Hinton, representing tho Third district, arrived yesterday, and are registered at tho Windsor. Mr. T. S. Riley, of this city, is tho First district's representative, and Mr. Snyder, of Charleston, tho Second's, while State Superintendent Morgan is a-officio President. They will all be horo by noon to-day. This will doubtless be an interesting and important meeting. Tho principals and teachers for tho ensuing year will be chosen, and all tho nocessary changes in the administration of the schools made. There aro a number of questions of public interest to bo considered, not the least of which is the choico of n principal for the Fnirmont school. Prof. J. M. Sweeney, principal of tho school at Concord, Jlercer county, now the second in importance in the State, is also at the Windsor; "A WHEELING GENTLEMAN" Churned with ItohbhiK n Frlouil from PltttburKh on the Antlo*. In yesterday's Cincinnati Commercial Oazeltc is the following story of local intornsf.r Mr. C. W. Bocrs, of 258 West Eighth streot, reported nn adventure that befell his undo to Chief of Detectives Hozcn yesterday. Mr. Boggs' undo is David McDonell, of Pittsburgh. He camo to this city on the Andes, and shared his stateroom with a stranger from Wheeling. A bolt that was strapped around his body, containing $200 in cash and a check for $1,000 on the Pittsburgh Savings Bank, is missing, so is the Wheeling gentleman. McDonell didn't have time to report the matter in person, as his presence in Aurora, Ind., was desired on important business. The Andes departed Monday night and no traco or clew to tlie thief has been found. A COMPROMISE OFFERED. Tho Olilo Minora' Strike 1'nrtly Kmlotl By nn Agreement. Tho result of the conference between n committee of the striking coul miners of Eastern Ohio and their employors at Columbus wns the offer by tho lattor of a compromise. The men, who lmvo been working ten hours a day, struck for a nine-hour day and an increase of pay. The operators offered an increase of twelve and u half cents a day, and nine and a half hours' work. Tho miners at Muymird, Ohio, accepted at once. Thoso at the Wheeling Creek mines still have the proposition undor consideration, but It is probable tnev win also accept tno compromise. The Doml Mini's Brother. H. B. Henderson, of New York, a traveling man, is at the Windsor. He is a brother of W. B. Ilondorson, who died suddenly at that hotel a few months aeo, and last evening called on exCounty Coroner Schultze to make some inquiries about his brother's death. Moat Go Up 4,000 1'cot. Secretary Otto, of tho State Fair Association, lias secured the famous nuronants, tho Jewell Brothers, of New York, to make a balloon ascension at tho coming fair. They guarantee to go up 4,000 foot or are to receivo no pay. To Dldpcl ColtlH, Headaches and Fevers, to clcanso tho system etioctunlly, yet gently, whon costivo or bilious, or when the blood is impure or sluggish, to permanently cure habitual constipation, to awaken tho kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, uso Syrup of Figs. Diw From Ban Antonio. August Hbrnung, a well known manufacturer of boots anil shoes at 820 Nolan street, San Antonio, Texas, will not soon forget his experience with an attack of tho cramps, which ho relules as follows: "I was token with a violent cramp 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 Diarrhoea Itemedy. Tho first dose did me so much good that I followed it up in 20 minutes with the second dose, and before the doctor could get to where I was, I did not need him. This remedy shall always be ouo of tho wain stays of luy family. Irtw Rkymann's Celobratod Lager a specialty at Lally Sampio Hooius, No. 2100 Mam street. Specimen Canon. S. II. Clifford, New Cassel. Wis., was troubled with neuralgia ana Kheumatism, Lis Stomach was disordered, his Liver won affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in ficsn and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisbura, 111., had*a running sore on his leg of eight wars'standing. Used three Lotties of Electric Hitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Halve, and his leg is sound and well. John Spoakor, Catawba, umo, nan Bvo large rever fores on hie leg, doctor* hai<J ho was inciiralilo. One bottle Electric Itit tors un J ono box Buoklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Logan Drug Co. 3 Bantlny Kxcarntonti. Commencing Sunday, May 31, and everv Sunduv thereafter, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company will sell excursion tickets to Pittsburgh and return at $1 50 and to Wn?hingtr,n and return at $1, good returning Sunday only. ns Ik & Good sella dry goods tho cheapest.. THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS. A Red Letter Sale! In Which Yalnes Have Notbiog to do With Prices. A SLASHING SLAUGHTER OF if, Ms ai fraifc At I'ricea Unparalleled in tlie History of Whooling. No Matter What tho t may bo, we Sell our Goods tho Season wo Buv Them. Conm 1,1 and see What a RED LETTER SALE means at THE HUB, Webster says a Red Letter Day is ono that is fortunate Or auspices i have taken tho phrase "Red Letter" Sale bocauso it is a Kilo that is the rm? ?*' tnnato for tho pooplo that ever took place in the City. The Goods Mtist'h* and If 'in Goitw to Sell Them. This is not a sale of a fow odds and eiida umi> ken lots, but ot our entire Summer Stock of choicest and freshest goods It Jn fully repay tho expense and troublo for peoplo to come a hundred miles tl advuntago of this heretofore unparalleled safe of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings. Red' Letter Sale of Men's Suits. Red Letter Sale of Trow, Red Letter Sale of Boys' and Children's Suits. Red Letter Sale of Hats and FarnishiDgs. No raav or can about it. Wo must sell the balanco of o?r stock of Summer Goods. To push them this weok we've cut tho very life out'of the prices. papor descriptions convey no Idea of tho terrific daughter that has taken place in our store. Tho low prices at which wo have marked; not one but all kind* of goods, cannot fail to astonish tho most persistent bargain hunter. LOOK HERB?This week you can bny all ou-r Light Coloruil Suit*. marked 823, fto-lted Lettor prloo. eir?. 118. sfl7, sift Suits, Red Lotter prlco, $12. $12, SIO Suits, Red Letter price, s* LOOK HERE?'This week you eon buy oil our Light Color Trousor*, 37, & 50 and 86 grades l'*i Lettvr prlw for cholco, SI "ft. 85, St 7.*> and SI 2ft grades nil go for ?? XL LOOK HERB?This week you can buy alj.our Boys' ond Colldtvn's Light Color Suit*, fr., ?>;,wi ?5 crudes, Red Letter price, SI ftO. All our SI 50, SI, $3 80 must sell Lust at $3. Our 83 and ?2 7'? at 22 25. Our ftl 25 and Si grade at 69c. LOOK HERE?'This week you can buy our 83, 82 7ft and S2 50 fine Light Cblnr Stiff Hits. Lnten block, ?t 1198. All our Si 25. ?2 and 151 <5 Light Color Hats at 81 4'.'. All our 8150 uud SI 3 $tn.w Hutu at USo. All our Si and 75? Straw Huts at 62c. All our 50c Straw lint* at tUc. LOOK HERB?'This week you can buy all our Children's Laundrled Waists, 7.V- (trades at ?c A'l our Mother1!) Friend 75c grade Waist* at ftlc. Largo lot of 40e and 35c waists ut l'Jc. latest 8 nly Collars go ut 7c. Cutft of same go ut 11c. LOOK HERE?This week you can buy all our 25c grndo Summer Underwear at 15c. All oar Q and 35c gradeSummer Underwear at 25c. Largo lot at 50c. Shirts at 30c. People who confound our advertisements with so-called bnrpain ads. usually found in the papers this season of tho year should be on hand this week and seo what "Red Letter" Sale means at mi rr 1 a tv i /mi j 1 i m hud une-race iioiniers, Market and Fourteenth Sts., Wheeling. W. Va. WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.-FURNITURE, ETC. PRICE and quality are relative. The consideration and its col- ^7 X lateral must go hand inhand. ,/, They are inseparable in trading and form the principal features in all f A 0 deals. Here one cannot be considered III independent of the other. The price v * you pay here has its collateral every . Ztime in the goods we offer and very oftenevenmore. Wedonotlimitour- * selves to giving you an equivalent for your money, we claim to give you JJ HH more than your money's worth. The r* J goods we oneriat the prices we quote HH will bear us out in this assertion. I ndisputable proof awaits you here that * yyv aaouarspentwimusiiioaustisaviiiy i of 50 cents to you. Your home may J* (JJ he furnished. Is it complete? Have N T. you-everything requisite to make it r\\ \ 111 comfortable? Is there anything lack- 1-4 ing ? If so come here, we can supply (II the want at the smallest eost to you. ^ 1 / IDonotletthewantofreadyeashpreyent your coming, we will sell to you ^7 on easy weekly or monthly pay- V. ^ ^ ments. ^ ^ H > HvMahitCfl, 0 1130 to 1140 Market Street f a J JOS. H. HcArdle, Managor. v I HOUSE A HERRMANN-FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. Any Person that Ponds Knows that wo Pell ? FURNITURE, CARPETS AND STOVES On Easier Terms Than Any Other IConso In the Cilf. HOUSE HERRMANN, IMt?l JIA1X .VJ'itfcJ'.T. jft UllfiHLIN'S WORM SNH J A PERFECT VEHMIFIGE. I W ^?Set3bIg in its Composition ; pleasant11M /*i\ C '3S'e' anc^ e^ec?ual |n 'ts P^P056 I | jl J/^% 25 Cents, ~?yflf]f Botlle WarranfeJ, I ^ mos^ ?ea'erS- Manufactured onlftfm KjiU .em JNO. G. McLA IN & SON, I WHEELING, W. VA.