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STONE & THOMAS-REMNANT SALE.
Remnant Sale ^CONTINUED* SATURDAY! O -i /% 1/^ A GL TU A VM n D 0LUI1U 0? liiumd5. M.J. M'FADP EN-GENTS' FURNI9HINQ GOODS. M. J. McFADDEN I dJTBiw _ Fine Camp Shirts for Men and Boys at 25c and 35c. Fine Black Sateen and Crepe Cloth Shirts at 50o. French Sateen and Madras Cloth Shirts at 75c and $1. Oxford Cloth, 8llkene and French Flannel Shirts at $1 and $150. M. J. Mc FAD DEN, ONE-PRICE HAT AND SHIRT STORE. 1320 and 1322 Market.Street, Wheeling. BSP Store CIoics at 0 o'clock p. in., except on Saturday. ALEXANDER ACQ. SEP. M. SNOOK \ CO. w SO L X 3D a . _ A n : n Og|jQ. bulliOMlpillli (MlM SEASONABLE GOODS During Tills and K?t Hontb. AJ3orx-e^ffls NC?r. We have exceptionally choice Womnfeoour sho? of ihooiMtiicr-notiiiDg Ilnesof WhiteGoods, Embroldclws;nml wonsk fair price* for thom?nothlug Qr0Cj JT|ounclng8 Grenadines, cto. Tonnre at liberty to pnr 33 lorutf nrtldo ? ' ami we are at libertytoiukit,butweduu't. We Wash SilkSi Black Organdies, know bottor than u.at if tb.t wu wh?t w BcotchGlnghams.Challles.Outdid, you wonld probably bavo one trauiaotlon . .. _ with usand tlmt would bethoend of It. When ingS and Other Summer rayou liavo worn out oufiplUr of otlr ?boe?, nnd It brlcs. Which must be dl8D09ed will toko you *otoo time to do It, we want you to ? ' , , ... An.) nf AT ONCE, fift our ncom nff COUJU UIICK UflUIn. ?. ... ??, ? 0 bono.uratme?ti.wh?lw? rtlynpon to bring 8tock Of Fall and WlnterCoodS voU buCfc. - will require every available foot of space that can be gained. ALEXANDER & CO I Prices have..been made that will move them quickly. SHOE SELLERS, Jyl5 1040 Hfttn Rtrrflt. . .,CTCU,. ' GEO. SHOOK & CO. eggTrTwabrickaco. ~ |liy|g^ ARare Opportunity WSe Wl W T0 buy reuable goods swif" safety GREAT BARGAINS p nAVtK. Our rtoelc o! Bummer Goo.li ot every dMorlpBoat on. suartn. tl0!l nm ^ H?i0icir. whleb Is very lur^ At thin soason. mid as wo inuathnvo tuft room for KA Lb GOODS wo Rlsrld and sprlnjj framta. Solid cushion And will from now on oflVr extrt pntuuittlo tlroi. Patent tollor t?mp?r*Uh.la ^n!"AX '>-11 1 I inftNV) (n I1S& Machinal and mnv ?nl<w?i. HiiMiv. iMIU inMti>i?a> ? ?,??? ? ?? ?,v _... i-tuhiou tires guaranteed. fortment of bead for eatalofut to jason c. stamp. DRESS GINGHAMS my? Artnl. WntUnn. W. V?- . ? " ' ~ 1? rally m cljolce m early In the K?on, a> iro . . , i ui n l i aoua ltoaminit lXsJlgni Uto In Important to Mine Operators I ,s?^?',s,'ru w.e?rrx?full Itookoi tbo *?t v?my 100 pieces oholce design Ginghams, So. BRATTICE CLOTH 75 pieces Figured Lawn, 3c. tnthtjoUtwioiwidtiu: 2QQ 26_lnoh Gloria. Silk Um30,30,48, 60. 72 Inches wide, brellas, Fine Oxvdlzed HanIn rolls of 26 and 50 yards, dies at $1 00. or cut any length to ordor. tiavmnntiln d/imnnn^n i.u,?Wp?~ iwiuihuub, iujwiiaiii& CHAS. H. BERRY, otKror, tfcKdptlon Ud Yorr Chup. ft 10 1280 Watw itrott 0 rrHE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER tjwiiJ* tn,, . i n Egger, Warrick & Co., * ** 1132 Main Street. Officii: KokSfiandt) Fuurtoftiith8tf??t yew Advertisement*. For Sale?Nesbitt ?fc Dovlne?Third page. Dr*, otunundt France-Sixth page. ttarlfttta College?Second page. ItuinuantSale-Stono ?i Thomas?Eighth page. To Toucher*?'W. II. Andonwu. Notice to Young butchers. Pearl, Ivory amistag Handled Carvers?Ewlng Bro*. ltcdomptlou of Laughlla Noll Oo.'fl Mortgage Bond*. LUt of Letters Remaining In the Postofflce. warden Secd*-Hoge A Bro. Special SalO?Oeo. K. fitlfel A Co.-Flfth page. l or Snlu?Parkotbburg llrlck & Tile CD. Pure spices?II. K. Behreus. Water Filters-Borne* & McGregor. l ull HOT WKAT1IHU. A full line of Serge?, Drupe IVKte* aud Cheviot*, lust aultnu for the hut weutlior, which will lie tuiule up flrst>clas* at ren? sotinhle price*. In Stock?Tho celebrated Pride of the Went Night Shirt* nnd full amiortment of. Cheviot, Suteelift nud Flnmiel Shirts. For comfort nud durability wear our celebrated last 11 luck and Colored Hone. C. HI SS & SONS, 1321 nn<l 13143 Market tftrect. | IF you cnnnot ice and need Spectacles, you should call on us And lmvo you?* eyes tested without charge. We luivo the fluo?t instruments and morn experience than nny other Optician Ih the State, und guuranteo aatlsfuutiou or money refunded. jacaii w. grurr, Jeweler and Optician, Corner Twelfth nnd Murkot Streets. | READERS of t)ie INTKLLIOEXCER going out of town for tlio Summer can lmvo the INTELLIGENCER mailed to them for Uty.fivo cents per month, pontage free* Homo and Baggy Mlssluff. N'otico was rocelvod at the police headquartera yesterday that a man had hired u dark roun liorse and u buggy from Col. J. W. Hill, ot Bridgeport, Thursday at 2 o'clock p. m., and had not yet returnod It, although ho said lie onlv wanted to use it a few hours. Tlio fro I Ice hero were requested to keep a aokout for tlio rig. TrnnttferM ICocordoiI. Clerk Ilook yostorday admitted to record two deeds ot trust and a transfer made Juno 20 by Mary E. Hughes to Thomas Calian, in consideration of $1,325, for the northeast quarter of lot 77, on the northwest cornor of Twentyfifth and Jacob streets. The charter of tlio village of Fulton, boaring date June 4,18SU, was also filed for rec6rd. Will Iloturn to Wheeling. Mr. .T. D. IJcFaddon, who loft Wheeling several years ago to bo to Omaha, Xebr., will colno back to Whcoling in a short time to livo here. He lias enough of the West. Ho Is now visiting friends in Pittsburgh, and will come from there here. Ilis family will remain in Omaha Until lie is settled here. Most of the peoplo who leavo Wheeling to seek now locations, concltido, after a while, that it is a pretty good town. Now Movo lnXho GarrUtm Cn*o. Next week n motion in tho Garrison murder caso will be arguedboforo Judja? Puull. llo has been naked to hear tho j argument of tho motion for a new trial, but in in doubt as to his right to do so,1 iniutmnnh ns all the Droeeeuincs hereto foro jiavo boon hoard by Judge Cnrapboll. This matter will be argued on Thursday and if ho decides that 1)0 has tlio right to hear tl|o application for a new trial it will bo argued as soon as convenient Tha Eloctrla I.lRht Contract* A telegram was received yesterday from Mr. John A. Scolev, of New York, the Electric Light Commissioners' oneinoer, saying that lie would bo iu Wheeling next Monday, accompanied by the ongino makers, shaft and pulley makers and others who will be interested in furnishing tlio electric plant ready to proparo for the actlvo work of construction. In the meantime tlio contracts uro being made ready (or the necessary signatures. Could Stand It no Longer. John 13. Iiroadnax and wife, colored, hoard with Wilson Davis, on the Island. Wilson has in his employ a colored girl named J.iazio Gibbs. I.irzio helps in the cooking and waitB on tlio table, and Droadnnx complained yesterday that her liandB were dirty. The girl admitted that her hands were black, lint rlontftl thnt thov were dlrtv. Ono word brought on anothor and Brondnnx beat and kicked Liznie. A warrant wan ironed, and Iiroadnax pleaded guilty and was fined $10 and costs by Squire Davis. Tho Yuoht Steal In Court. The yacht stealing cape came op before Squire Arkle yesterday afternoon. J. W. l.ano claimed lie did not know his yacht, tho Surpriso, had been attached, though tlio evidence seemed to show that ho had been apprised of tho fact by tolophono, beanies being told tho Bamo thing when bo first attempted to take tho boat away. Lano had leased tho boat to the yacht company, having oven collected tho money in advance. IIo was bound over to court, on a charge of grand larcony, in the suin of $000. Tho two coses of assault and battery against him were dismissed, by agreement of parties, the defundunt paying tho costs. _ ChnngoR of the Pollen limit*. Chief of Police Delbrugge, yesterday, | assigned his mon to now beat*, the chango to take effect to-day. Tho men will hereafter be disposed as follows: First ward, Torrell, Seally, Donovan. Second ward, Gou?, Herbert, West. Third ward, Croixhton, Driller, Wllkle. Fourth ward.Carnoy, Desmond, Damn. Fifth ward, Wutann, lloll, Donnelly. Sixth ward, Moran, Bridi, Crulce. Seventh ward, McNichols, Conrad, Shnnley. ^ Ki^htli word, Dovlin, Minkoinvor, Office duty, Frohuie and Deitu. Ycntprdnj'n Police Court. Thero woro nino cases yesterday morning. Fred Smith, who wus up for whipping his wife, wus lined $50 uiul costf mul given thirty days on the hill, but ho bogged so hard that Judge Jupson remitted tho imprisonment and Smith paid the fine and coats. J no sentonco on Fmnk Johnson was suspended and the caso Against John Wooster was dismissed. Both woro up for disorderly conduct. Mike Condrev was sent up for ten days to enable tno prosecuting attornoy to investigate a felony charge against him. Tho sentence at William Bowman was susoended. Isaac Thompson. for wlfo whipping, got thirty (lays. Kick Ilalpin had a case of disorderly conduct continued and was flnod$lU and costs and sent up for thirty days for resisting an officer. 1C. B. Ball, chnrged with disorderly conduct, hod his case continued. Don't ho discouraged about thai cczcma till you havo given Ayiir's Sarsa pnrillu a porslstent trial. Six bottles ol this medicine curod tho complaint fqi Georgo S. Thomas, of Ada, Ohio, whet -?l -.1 it? t* atfrtwt aft* uu uuier ruuiuujco uun-w w relief. ?? A Dl| Iktrsntn. Men's Flno Dongoln Bicycle Balmorali at 60, worth $3 BO, at Sioxe'i Cash Buox Stou. MB. HAItMSO.VS TIUP. IIo Will Swing Around tlin Now Etlffliuxl Circle the Lnttor Part of Aiijctntl. Cams May, X- J., July 31.?secretary Proctor arrived at Capo May last evening and was met at the station by Secretary llalford, who escorted 1dm to the President's cottage. Tho Secretary will remain oror night with tho President, continuing his journoy to Washington to-morrow morning. Following is the itinerary oI the President's coming Journey to Bennington, Vt., where ho is to participate in the ceremonies incidental to the unveiling of the monument thore. lio will leavo Cape Hay on the morning of the 17th of August, arriving in llennington on tho evening of tho 18th. On the 10th the monument will ho unvolled and tho same evening tho President will take his departure for Mount McGregor, where lie will arrive on the morning of the 20tli, and on that day will celebrate his fiftr-geventh birthday. A dinner will be given him by Mr. W. J. Arkel. The President will remain at Mount McGregor until tho twenty-second, when ho will go to Saratoga and remain at the Grand Union for a fowdays. From there ho will return for a fow days to liennington, where he will tho guest of .Secretary Proctor, and will arrive back here on Saturday August zu, ine lengwi 01 bis at#y horo aftor his roturn from tho North will be determined by tho time that it will tuko to finish repairs now under way at the Escccutivo Mansion at Washington. SIR. HARRISON'S LETTER. Accosting tho ItoAigimtlou of Colloctor Krlinrilt?Exported Kim to Htny. New York, July 31.?Tho following lcttorvxplains itself: Kxkci'tivk Mansion. Washington, \ Cai-i! May Point, X. J., July JO, '01./ Hon, Jod 11. Ethardl, Scxo lurk Cily: 1)kar Sin?I acknowledged the recoipt of your letter resigning your ofllco as | Collector of tho Port of Now York, and advised you that I would at a later dale communicate with you again. X now accept your resignation, to tuko ofToct upon the appointment and qulillflcation of your "'""""r, doing so, 1 beg to "say tliotlhttvo hold you, both person ally una us a uuunc omcor, in inu uikiicst osteon) una confidence, und with 110 other thoughtthnn that yon would continue todischurgethodutlosof yourolfico until the oxplrutlon of its term. With the kindest wishes und very high regard. Bincorely yours, Dr.NJA.MIN llAltUIBON. , A HAKIIISON MAN. Not tllo Original One of CnurKft, I'llt ? Strong Advocate Ju*t two Hauio. CnicAGo, July 31.?Ex-Somitor John C. Spooner, of Wisconsin, is of tlio opinion that President Harrison will bo *<>tlnt?(nntn>1 "Tllft flipf. flint fllfTn 1H fl IUIUI1IIXUII.UI ? "V '?VV V....V ? ? ? groat doal of talk about Jlr. Ulaino," said lie, "(loos not alter my firm belief tiiat Jlr. Harrison will bo tho nomineo. I am informed from n source that X bolievo to bo roliablo tluit the sentiment of a majority of the national committee is in favor of Xlluiuo, but that cuts no lignro. "Tho nomination in not tnado by Ibo national coininltteo and X believe that tho delegates of tho peoplo will again want to wear tho Tippocanoo colors." Nulilc Nut He?l|Ciio 1. WAsmsatox, D. C., July 31.?TUo report thnt Secretary Noble, of the Interior Department, had tendered his ros1 *1 l..ui?nl.AnnnM!ii MivIvnH Art. l|Jli(lliUU lUITIIIK MWU?(tWIU <UUIV?| .>vk ing Secretary Chandler of the Interior Department, wan this morning asked for information 011 tlio subject, lie said, in n very positive manner, tliut tlio report was untrue nnil declared his belief that it was simply a revival of previous rumors, which had been denied by tlio Secretary himself. Secretary Noble is spending a vacation licur' Itichfleld Springs. Grnut 011 Kxcifto I.n\m. New York, July SI.?MayorGrant, in an interview, denounces the existing excise law. Ilo says it discriminates betweon citizens and therefore is wrong. If it is right for tlio hotels on llroadwny and Fifth avenuo to sell liquor on Sunday, ha says, it is right for tlio hotels on First avenue and ulongTcnth avenue to do tlio same. A law should be pasted which can bo onforcod. It would require a police foocoton times the slzoof the present in Now York city to enforce 1m liixv lii vnirttn liore. To Go on tlio Lint. Washington, 1). C., July 31.?The Naval Retiring Board lias reported to Secretary Tracoy that Lieut J. F. Moigs, being allllctod with color blindness, should be placed on tlio retired list of the navy. Tlio case awaits final action by the President. Gfft?Hhop|iurn In Ohio. Van Wiitr. Ohio, July 31.?Grasshoppers are doing considerable dmnago to oats, pastures and meadows in part of this and adjoining couutlcs. No damage to corn is anticipated. Tito taut In Iiiillniin* Fort Wayne, Inu., July 31.?Allen county t armors say that tlio grasshoppers nro seriously Injuring tlio crops, particularly oats, and they will soon got into the cloves. Geo. R. Tayloh is gelling select styles ot imported uress goons ui 11 rouuuuuu of -o per cent. This rule includes the bent imported Faille Sillts (lino. Children Knjoy ' The pleasant flnvor, gentle action nnd soothing effects of Syrup of Fins, when in need of a luxutivo, and if the father or mother ho costivo or bilious, the most gratifying results follow Its use, so that it is tlio best family remedy known and every family should have n bottle. 1MW A Tin valine Mnn'H Experlroro. F. S. Verboik, who reprosents the typo foundry of Messrs. ilariilmrdt liros. & Spin'dler, Chicago, cava: "On my return home from a trip J found our littlo girl sick with summer complaint. I went to n drug store and proenred a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and llinrrluen Remedy. Wo save her a few doses according to directions. She recovered in a short time and we wero well pleased with the medicine." ftiw Enw. L. Hoas <S Co. nre now offering special bargains in Wheels^ having ? largo lot oi jiouu bccohu-iuuiu mm sn?i>worn Snfotlcs and Ordinaries, which they are Belling very rapidly at the prices they are Baking. ' National Kncnmimirnt, tlrnnrt Army of tlio I ltfpubllfl, at Detroit, Sllclt., Aoftilt a to ; s, fsoi. ! Aliguat 1, 2 ami 3 the Baltimore Sc r OhloCompany will sell excursion tickets to Detroit via Sandusky and boat. Also via Monroevlllo and all rail at $5 83 for the ronntl trip, good returning until I August IS. unless left with agent of the terminal lines nt llettoit, who will extoad limit until September SO. THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS. TH jsT G-TlttJL T " Red Bargain Blizzard! A.T THB HUB GROWS MORE AND MIGHTIER, BRIGHTER HND BETTER,*. #CREHTER HND GRHNDER, A Great Bargain Sale That Overtops 'Em All. It Is Drawing Bigger Crowds Than Ever I Everyday eaems to outdlstanoe the preoedlng one* and turns out Bargains Totally Unparalleled In the Annals of Trade. Without fear of successful contradiction we assert that slnoo the beginning of our Red Letter 9a I o we havo eold Double the Quantity or doing, Fnisluusani Ms! Sold by any competing house In the cKty, without exception. The great bargains sold by us will only help to make,THE HUB moro popular. Bear In mind no house In the olty oan or will approaoh the bargains we are offering this week. We mean to make aolean 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. r - F. U Hh_r-n 1 "lii (PiaMii xfo iCk^L 1*'' OUR NEW LINE OF House Furnishing! ?AT?* HOUSE & HERRMANN'S, 1300 MAIN STBEET. Weekly or Monthly Payments. WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.-FURNITURE, ETC. WHBBLIME lltfAMIT CO. What we offer this week are goods of an "immediate need" character, entirely seasonable and withall indispensable. They may hovs mnt vnnr pvp at other olaces. but never lias it rested on them at our prices, which are always the lowest and which will, this week, t<-> on these "immediate need" goods lower than ever. We have Ice Chests at $6; we have them, in fact, at any price. Your attention, however, we would have especially directed to our lnrge Solid Ash Ice Chests, guaranteed charcoal filled, for $9, worth $ 12. We cannot stop to talk about their worth; it's entirely foreign to our present consideratipns 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. This same reduction applies to our entire line of Ice Chests and Refrigerators. In warm weather needfuls we offer four-gallon Water Coolers, that is the same Cooler that sells regularly at S3 50, for $2 25 each; three-gallon Water Cooler $1 75, former price $2 ;; j two-gallon Coolers 75c each. In Baby Carriages we have an assortment hard to beat in Reed and Rattan Bodies, upholstered in all shades and qualities of upholsteriag goods, which we sell for cash or on credit. WHEELING INSTALMENT CO., 1136 to 1140 Market Street. JOS. H. MoARDLE. Manager. ?THE CHILD'S CURE WHEN TEETHING.? Laugin's Infant Cordial m Sot1"" '* Oum., Alla/i the Pain. fieducot Inllammidea. Control) the Bo wit, Curing Summer Complaint, D/scr,^2r>. tor/, Diarrhaa, Flatulence,. Wind Colic, 4c., 4c. I .\l L. // \ Molh.n ?.H find ll Ytrj nluabla. Tht child trill be r?ll<?l V'" I VI K ?.P *'e#p? #?d ?p cheerful, happy, and feeling comfc'"6'* 1 >? A/SWN Y? guarantee each bottlt, and will refund the price of every LvSde t?? H tT ff7 ?u we "P.'ewnl. p^cs an cbwtb. W^^SSsf JOHN G. MoLAIN & SON, M8?*i W^fia PROPRIETORS, ?MBg -"''l 1205 MARKET STREET, WHEELING, V/.VA.