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STONE A THOMZ
UNPREC
REMNAI
TO-MORRC
We Offer the Most Extraord
' REMNANTS ALM
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12 l-zk oiatH wiganuics ui 51
12 i-ac Dress Ginghams at 5c
12 1-2C Challies at - - 5c
12 i-2c Bastlstes at 5c
20c Armenian Cloth at 8 1-2C
12 i-*c American Satine at - 5c
35c French Satine at - - 9c
Si 00 India Silk at 25 and 35c
60c Surah Silk at - - 25c
?l 00 and Si 25 Striped and
Brocade Silk at - - , 40c
60 and 75c Cashmere at 37 1-2C
Remnants of Embroide
at 1-2 and 1-3
Stone &
.!'?p.?-MJinu jjarijt ?a owuc m
M.J. M'FADPEN?GENT
Fine Camp Shirts for Men and
Fine Black Sateen and Crepe C
French Sateen and Madras Clot
Oxford Cloth, Sllkeneand Fren
M. J. Mc
ONE-PRICE HAT /
1820 and IS
Bar Store Closes at 0 o'clock p. m., o
ALEXANPER ACQ.
Wo moke our Shoes of shoe lonther?nothing
clue; and wo tsk fair prices (or thom?nothing
else. You are at liberty to pay !S for a 83 articlo
aud we aro at liberty to ask it, but wo don't. We
know bettor than that. If that was what wo
(lid, you would probably hav? ouo transaction
with us and that wonld bo tho end of it. When
you haro worn out one pair of our shoes, mid it
will take you somo time to do it, wo want you to
* corno back again. Square, straight-forward and
honest treatment Is what wo rely upon to bring
you back.
ALEXANDER & CO.,
SHOE SELLERS,
]r!5 1040 Wftln Stnmt.
BICYCLES.
SIMPLE. SWIFT. STRONG.
SWIFT SAFETY
Beat on Earth.
Rigid and :iprtaf frame* Solid cushion and
pneumatic tires. Patent roller tempered chain
Ball bcuriojs. 100,000 In use. Machines and
cushion tire* guaranteed.
Send for catalogue to
JASON C. STAMP,
my25 Agont, Wheeling, W. Va.
Important to Mine Operators!
We carry a full stock of the best quality
BRATTICE CLOTH
Id tba following widUu:
30,3Q, 48, 60. 72 Iriohes wide,
In rolls of 26 and 60 yards,
or out any length to order.
TfrtMtuforprlca
CHAS. H. BERRY,
ft IP 1200 Water itreol rpHE
WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER
X la * bright, iparkUof. tiutruoUT* family
teurnaL It 1A original io ertrr deperttnaut.
clean 1& aterj line and suited at It U Intended
to lotereit end lmpior* erory member of the
iuuilr. whether in dty or country
VB-DRY GOODS.
EDENTED
fTSALE!
W?FRIDAY
inary Bargains in Remnants F
OST GIVEN AWAY.
: j 5c Cashmere at - igc
: Best Dark Calico at - 3 and 4c
: 7c Cheviot at - jc
iii.!:.;i) Blue Calico at - - 4c
Best Light Calico at - 3c
30c Bleached Sheeting at - 15c
25c Unbleached Sheeting at -15c
12 i-2c 45-ind^Muslin at - 8c
25c Table Linen at - 15c
35c Table Linen at - - 19c
50c Table Linen at - - 29c
12 i-2c Outing Cloth at - 6 1-4C
ry, Flouncing and Laces
Regular Price.
Thomas
Aliovc ttIH 1)0 Clnaeil Out Early.
S' FURNISHING GOODS.
ADDEN!
mm
Boys at 25c and 35c.
loth Shirts at 50c.
th Shirts at 75c and $1.
ch Flannel Shirts at $1 and $150.
FADDEN,
iND SHIRT STORE.
182 Market Street, Wheeling.
xcopt on Saturday.
GEO. M. SNOOK A CO.
SOLID
liplp
SEASONABLE GOODS
During This and Next Month.
We have exceptionally choice
lines of WhlteGoods, Embroidered
Flounclngs, Grenadines,
Wash Silks, Black Organdies,
Scotch Ginghams, Challies,Outings
and other Summer Fabrics,
wtiich must be disposed
of AT ONCE, as our incoming
stock of Fall and Winter Goods
will require every available foot
of spaoe that can be gained.
Prices have been made that
will move thorn quickly.
GEO. 2vl.
SNOOK k CO.
EG6ER, WARRICK & CO.
A Rare Opportunity
TO BUY RELIABLE GOODS
AT?
Ainn r m n i r? a i tita
uKMT tSAKuAlflb
Our atoclc of Summor Good* of every deaerlption
inual bo reduced quickly, which is very
largo at thla gwuon. ami a< wo lauKthavo
tnc room for FALL GOODS wo
will from uow on offer extrn
inducement* In evory deportment.
no raattor what you
may atloot. Our iusortmcnt
of
DRESS GINGHAMS
It fully u choico ax early in the seaaon, a? wo
secured some Iteantiful Designs Into in
tho aeaauu and have more than
300picccatoaolect from.
lOO pieces choloe design Ginghams,
So.
76 pieces Figured Lawn, 3c.
200 26-Inch Gloria Silk Umbrellas,
Fine Oxydlzed Handles
at $1 00.
Remnants, Remnants
Of Brery Description and Very Cheap.
Egger, Warrick 4 Co.,
1132 Main Street.
_] -J
J?ta 'MAlifmx.
Offices Num. X5 niul ?7 Inurtorlith Strant.
Now AdvertUeiuonta.
Stnndnrd Fiction?Stanton & Davenport.
Here 1* a Bargain?Kwlng Jiroa.
Wanted?Wheeling Employment Office.
Unprecedented Kemnantsalo-Eighth page.
Wauled?OJ t j- Hal&mnn.
Notice?Morih & DuBoU.
Public 8alo of Ileal Kutato.
Grand Parade?Butcher*' Association.
titock* For Kale? K. S. Irwin.
Wanted?A Partner.
Do You Shoot??!. 0. Dillon St Co.
HEADEltS of the INTEELIOENCER go*
Ing out of town fortho Summer can have
the INTELLIGENCER mailed to them for
ixtjtlve centa per month, postage free.
RIIIItTINOS at 3o. India Blue Calico 4c.
Lm ! *? itvh? (>lll|iiumn ui uc? <?diiu numo
A- Thoniun' ltownuiit Sale ud. Come early
for choice.
FOB HOT WEATHEB.
A fall lino of fierce-, Drupe D'Etcs and
Cheviots, lust united for tho hot weather,
whinh will be made up first-class at reasonable
prices.
In Stoelt?Tho eclobrnted Prjde of tho
West Night Shirts and fail assortment of
Cheviot, Sateens and Flannel Shirts.
For comfort nud durability wear our celebrated
Fast Black and Colnrod Hose.
C. HESS & SONS,
1321 and 1333 Market street*
IF you cannot seo uad need Spectacles,
you should nail on us and have you** eyes
tested without charge. Wo have the finest
instruments and more experience than any
other OpUclnn In tho Slate, and guarantee
satisfaction or moiiey refunded.
JACOB \V. GRUBB,
Jeweler and Optician,
Corner Twelfth nud Markot Streets.
0
REMNANT Dross Goods at ono-hnlf and
| one-third prlco. 100 to 1?? Indin Silks at
ttftund 8Jc at Friduy Remnant Sale. Bead
htono & Tliouin?* nil.
? '
Kloctrlc Cur troubles.
Electric car D ran into a heavy wafjon
at tho foot of Mniu street hill yesterday
, knocking off a stop, breaking a
window and scratching up tho body of
tho car somewhat.
I Shortly after 7 o'clock last evening
tho' power on the electric line failed and
remained off till 8.
Dlnrrliico License* InmuimI.
Clerk Hook yestordav issued a marriage
licenao to Dr. (5. J* Hill, aged
twenty-five, a native of Monroo county,
0., and a resident of Wheeling, and
Anna SI. Richards, aged twenty-throe, a
nativo and resident,of Wheeling; also,
to Joseph Wiener, aged thirty, and
Josepim Werner, aged twenty-four, both
natives of Germany aud residents of
Wheeling.
Trnnafert Itocnrdod..
Plni-lr TTrtnl/ vaatnwlmr />
Vivin <iuua J uil(l uu>?>vicu nw
rocord transfers of real estute lis follows:
July 28 by Margaret 15. llanehcr and
Charles II., her husband, to \V. II. Rinehnrt,
for $5, a lot fronting thirty-one
feet on tho south side of Virginia street.
July 18 bv_the Board of Education of
Ritchie district to Goorgo Sorgo, for
$50, tile west part of lots 50 and 81 of
division J of the Joseph Caldwell estate's
addition, fronting on Pierco street.
Mrs. Gardner Iloinu.
Mrs. Cora Gardner, neo Mossburg.wlfo
of tho world famed rider and leapor,
once Barnum's star performer, and for
several years past manager of tho most
success/ill circus touring South American
countries, is tho guest of relatives
here for a short time while her husband
is recruiting his company for the next
season. Slio is accompanied by a little
South American girl, a prologs of hers.
ISunged lllii Kyo.
Martin Kraft appeared at police hoadqnarters
yesterday with a cut over his
eve and the optic itsolf badly bunged
Up. Ho swore out a warrant, charging
(J. J. Aaron and Thomas Down with
hitting liiin with a brick and otherwise
maltreating him. Aaron claims that
Martin signalized his arrival in tho city
ttnninnlni' n ftny n alinrt tlhantlltA llV
throwing n brick through Aaron's storo
window, and he only retaliated by trying
to put out Kraft 8 light.
Colonfll Keiuiilo Goen Knflt.
Colonel Jacob Kemple, who has been
on duty as United States Commissioner
to enforce the Chinese exclusion act,
with his Hold of duty along tho Mexican
frontier, has been rewarded for his
faithful scrvico by being transferred to
a much more desirable Hold of duty.
Hereafter lie will be in tho regular customs
service, with headquarters at Buffalo,
N. Y. Ho will remain several
days yet with his family here before
going to hiB now post of duty.
Vontordny'H Pollco Court.
In tho police court yesterday James
Kelloy was lined $2 and costs aiid Penrl
Carr sent up for ten days for disorderly
conduct, rat woonoy HUH nneu turn
.costs for drunkenness, nnd not having
tlio sum was ordered to tho liill for
fifteen dnys. He did not go, nnd just
wliero ho did go "nobody knows and
nobody cares." Martin Clark, a plain
drunk, was fined $3 nnd costs, nnd paid
it. William Morgan, colored, in default
of ?2 and costs, went up for fifteen days
for drunkenness.
l'robnto llunlneitn.
Clinrles Okel was yesterday appointed
administrator of tho estatc.of Elizabeth
Obordick, deceased, and gnvo bond in
the sum of $1,000, with Augustus Pollack
hs surety.
nhnrlftfi {tlfnl was ulnn annninted
guardian for Julia, Rgod seventeen.
August,aged twenty, iirnl William, aged
nine, minor orphans of August and
Elizabeth Oherdick, doccased, and gave
bond in $G00, with August I'ollacK as
nurctv.
Amelia T. Capiiol was appointed administratrix
of the estate of Adam Capjiel,
deceased, and gavo bonil in tho
sum of $8,000, with Anton Beyman as
surety.
Henry Struma's Fuucrttl.
The funeral yesterday forenoon of Mr.
TIenry Stain m was unusually larpclv attended,
especially by tho older citizens
and prominent business men. Kev. Dr.
\V. II. Cooke, pastor of the Second
Presbvterian church, conducted the
1?? Unv Willfntn
ni'i t ausi ansiawu "> ??? ?.? ? ?
"Ulfort, tho former making an impropriate
and feeling address in English and
tho latter onoin German. The floral
emblems were profuse and many of
them as beautiful ns ever seen. The
pallbearers were A. Keyinann, A. Rolf,
H. Bieberson, C. A. Schaefor, J. J.
Jones and G. W. JefFers. Tho \\ arwick
pottery shut down yesterday forenoon
out of "respect to Mr. Stainm, who was
oneofits directors.
Don't bo discouraged about that
eczema till you have given Ayer's Sarsaparilla
a persistent trial. Six bottles of
this medicine cured the complaint for
Georore 8. Thomas, of Ada, Onio, when
all other remedies failed to afford any
relief. daw
Ditfio Bull To-<lny.
At Bccroation Pnrk, between 47th and
48th St., lied Lion Specific, of Wbeoling,
vs. Beaver, Pa., Grays. Gamo called
3:30 p. m.
SOc Sheotlnn at 15c. Titbit Linens about
bnlfpiica. JtcAil Stone Jk Thomas' Item*
nant Sale ad.
Thy a drink of Reymann'a beer in a
itouo uiug at Laliy's. 2100 Main street. 1
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
A Speclnl Meeting to Attoml lu Home Inter ting
Matter*.
The County Commissioners met yestcrdny
in regular auditing session, nnd
after tho routine bills and reports of
tho month were attended to tho board
was called to order in special cession.
A petition from tho Board of Trustees
of Altcnheim to be allowed to lay water
mains on the Bethany pike to connect
with the mains proposed to bo laid on
tlio Kntinnnl rftnd was referred to the
committee on roads and bridges lor
investigation und report.
Petitions for the remission of taxes on
tho Altenhelm property and tho now
St. Alphonms Ohplian Society, on tho
South Side, were received and referred
to tho couimittce on finance and the
prosecuting attorney.
Petitions from sevoral taxpayers to
be allowed to work out their road taxes
on private roads of their own were received
from tile committee on roads and
bridges, but re-referred to that committee.
J-uter the committee sent tho petitions
back again with tho report that
the board had no outhority to grant tho
request of tho petitioners.
MISS KNOTTS KxriiAIXS.
She Insists that 947 Was Stolon from tho
1'ooketbook.
Miss .Toannette Knotts, of Mannington,
called at tho Iktsluqescer oflico
yesterday, and mado a statement in
regard to tho article in yesterduy's I.\teli.igexcer.
Miss Knotts explained
Hint she, her mother ami a little girl>
Daisy Koen, were passing llottman's
restaurant, and tlio child, seeing an ice
cream sign, asked them to take her in.
They did bo, and wore shown up Btairs.
They laid their pocket book, containing
S-IT.on the mantelpiece, and after eating)
left tho room, going to another part or
tiie house. When they returned,
the young lady continued, tho
pocketbook was in its place, open,
and the money mis gone. They immediately
gave the alarm, complaining that
they had been robbed. The attaches of
tho'cstublishment denied having taken
the money, and the police were called
in and searched them. Mi?s Knotts
insists that the money was in tho
pocket-book when she laid it down, and
thnt tho contenta wero abstracted in tho
rostnnrant. The young lady also says
she afterward saw tho young liiun employed
at the restaurant anu paid him
the" seventy-five conts for ttio three
meals. '
CHURCH EXTENSION WORK
Of tho Lutheran Synod Explained?Tho
General Secretary nt the EngllHh Lutheran
Church.
liev. II. II. Weber, General Secretary
of tho Board of Church Extension of
the General Synod of the Lutheran
Church, talked lust night at the English
Lutheran church on tiie work of
the board. Ilia theme won tho character
of the work, tho fields that are open,
the opportunities at hand and the wants,
and ho filled out tho theme with apt
illustrations.
>Ir. Wobcr explained the system.on
which the board works. Funds are
raised by voluntary contributions from
tho members of tho church. Money is
lounod for five years without interest to
congregations unable to build churches,
and at the end of tluit period the sartie
money is loaned out to other congregations.
The general secretary said that theso
funds accomplished more work than
the same amount of money would do in
-.! ? .1
UlliUl ui-iiiiuillinuuiia, unuig iu tliu
larger quantity of available material tho
Lutheran clmrch liits to work on.
Ninety-five per centof theScnnilanavian
race, which includes tho Norwegians,
Swedes,Danes and Finns, belongs to the
Lutheran church, and 75 percont of tho
inhabitants of Germany are members
of the saino denomination.
Hev. Mr. Weber's talk was full of
pond points and was listened to with
interest. This being tho first time his
wife has accompanied him to Wheeling,
the congregation took advantage of the
occasion to make the lady's acquaintance.
After tho address an informal
reception was held, l!ov. Mr. Dornblascr
introducing the members of the
congregation.
PUKE WATER DAII/T.
The Wheeling Ice untl Storage Company's
IMnn of Service.
The idea of tho Wheeling Ice nml
Storage Company to furnish pure
water for household uso by wagon service
has been explained in tho IntbluGENCKa.
Tho company sent out 800 circulars
explaining tho schemo and asking
responses, and only received eight
orders. Mr. Conner said yestorday that
he was not yet discouraged, for a number
of people told him they wanted tho
water and others had said they did not
understand tho proposition. Tho company
may yot try the plan.
It is proposed'to deliver water eithor
in cans or from a tank wagon. A family
getting; one gallon a day, six gallons
a'week, will pay only 10 cents a week,
that is cents a gallon. The larger
quantity cynsumed per day tho choapcr
it is by the gallon; ten gallons, 2 cents;
twenty gallons, 1$ cents, mid so on for
larger quantities.
Tho analysis shows tho water to bo
chcmically pure, and this system certainly
solves, at a reus unable expense to
tho consumer, ilio pure water quostion
for individuals who care to embrace tho
opportunity.
At ltecrcnt Ion l'ark.
At 3:30 p. m. to-day, He J Lion Spaciftc
Base J)nll Club'vs. Beaver, l'a.,
Grays. Flno grounds, south of Fortyseventh
street. Hood game assured.
To DUpul Cold*,
Ilcndaches and Fevers, to clcanso tho
system effectually, yot gently, when
c'oslivo or bilious, or when tho blood is
impure or sluggish, to permanently
euro habitual constipation, to awaken
the kidnoys and liver to a healthy activity,
without irritating or weakening
them, use Syrup of Fig*. haw
The Soap
that
Cleans
Most
is -Lenox.
ttflO-acwsAw
THE HUB-ONE-PRICEJ^OTHJIERS.
THE CB-REjLT
Red Bargain Blizzard!
THEHUB
GROWS MORE AND MIGHTIER,
BRIGHTER HND BETTER,#
ttGREKTER HND GRRNDER,
A Great Bargain Sale That Overtops 'Em ill,
It Is Drawing Bigger Crowds Than Ever I
Every day seems to outdistance the preceding ones and turns out BarKalnsTotally
Unparalleled In the Annals of Trade. Wlthoutfoar
of suooessful contradiction we assert that since the
beginning of our Red Letter Sale we have
sold Double the Quantity of
tliiil, Msliiis il Eats!
Sold by any competing house In the olty, without exception.
The groat bargains sold by us will only help to make THE HUB more
popular. Bear In mind no house In the olty oan or will approach tho bargains
we are offering this week. We mean to make a clean sweep of every
Summer Garment.
First Comers will Get the Choicest Bargains, at
The Hub One-Price Clothiers,
MARKET AND FOURTEENTH STREETS.
HOUSE A HERRMANN?FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
^ffTOhTh
iJ^taN'TURE
i ?&! >< A
OUR NEW LINE OF
House Furnishing!
AT
HOUSE & HERRMANN'S,
1300 MAIN STREET.
Weekly or Monthly Payments.
WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.-FURNITURE. ETC.
WHEELIIGIMSTALMB1T tt
What we offer this week are goods of an "immediate need" character,
entirely seasonable and withall indispensable. They may
have met your eye at other places, but never lias it rested on mm ? h
our prices, which are always the lowest and which will, this week, I
on these "immediate need" goods lower than ever. We have Ice Chests H
at $6; we have them, in fact, at any price. Your attention^Iiowever, H
we would have especially directed to our large Solid Ash Ice Chests,
guaranteed charcoal filled, for $g, worth $12. We cannot stop to talk
about their worth; it's entirely foreign to our present considerations of
how many of these goods |we have and how long it will take to dispose
of them. We have adopted the most expeditious plan by reducing prices. H
This same reduction applies to our entire line of Ice Chests and Refriger
ators. In warm weather needfuls we offer four-gallon Water Coolers, I
that is the same Cooler that sells regularly at S3 50, for 52 25 each; H
three-gallon Water Cooler $1 75, former price ?2 75; two-gallon Cool- H
ers75ceacn. .
In Bnby Carriages we have an assortment hard to beat in Heed ana
Rattan Bodies, upholstered in all shades and qualities of upholstering
goods, which we sell for cash or on credit.
WHEELING INSTALMENT CO,
1186 to 1140 Market Street.
JOS. H. McARDLE. Manager.
Pi LAIIGHLIN'S WORMS?
A PERFECT VERMlFUCfc.
? Vegetable in its Composition ;| P,ca^ose. H
the taste, and effectual in 1' H
25 Cants,l^rBotiiTWaffan^' I
Sold by most Dealers. Manufacture^ b'l
JNO. G. McLAIN & SON, I
WHEELING, W. VA.

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