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TOWN The Three Great Dri next three days i the town for rr Here ff 46-inch wide all wool Black H< worth ever> 46-inch wide all wool Black H worth every 42-inch wide Silk Warp Hen . Cannot be bought anyw O+nv-in P-r JIUI1C CY M. J. M'FADDEN?GENT M. J. McF Snnl Si nf IVj? WWAM* Men's Plain Brown or Striped Men's Good Colored Heavy V Men's Good Black Socks for Men's genuine Baibriggan Whi Men's Extra Fine Stainless Bla Men's Slate or Tan Color Fi 2 pair for Mon'c Finp ^frlnprt RalhricrMn SPECIAL SALE OE ? At Less tl" M. J. Mel One-Price Hat and Sbirt Store. 1320 and 132*3 Market Strost, Oji ALEXANDER ACQ. which shall i put ort jt^r.f It docm't mnko any earthly dllTflrenco which nbopntsoo llrst. Ono shoo Is as good ai tho othor and both arc oerfoct. Tho truth trill bear n good deal of telling, but it won't stand any strotchlng, and wo don't bcllevo in taking any llbortloi with it. Wo tolorato nothing in tho nnturo of exaggeration*. When you mako a purchase from us you know oxactly what you liro buying, for conccalment is absurd whore tbcru is nothing to hide. Wo can FIT ANY FOOT correctly. a t fy a mtmtp jp. to ttJUU/vnai uuiv ot SHOE SELLERS, nuB IQla Wain Slrwl. BICYCLES. SIMPLE. SWIFT. STRONG. CUHCT C A CCTV O VV If" 1 Jrtl ij I 1 Best on Barth. Rigid and rvprlne Irani as. qolid cuiblon on a pnenmatie tires. Patent roller tempered chain Kail bearing* 100,000 In uso. Machines and roth ton ttrei guaranteed. fiend for catalogue to jason c. stamp; Agtnt. Whittlng. W. Vn. BRATTICE CLOTH Important to Mine Operators 1 Wo carry a fall stock of the beet quality BRATTICE CLOTH tn the following widths: 30,30,48, 60, 72 Inches wide, In roJIs of 25 and 60 yards, or cut any length to order. Write us for price* CHAS. H. BERRY, Jell UK Water street 3NE_4 THOMAS. TALK! ves we offej? ?r, the m\\ be the talk of lonths to come. s r A V* /A icy nic . J n '< iJ, /U;?n //,. enrietta Cloth at 45c per yard, 'where 70c. enrietta Cloth at 83c per yard, where $1 2j. rietta Cloth at 99c per yard, here for less than $1 ?0. Thomas. S' FURNISHING GOODS. ADDEN! H MM Socks for - - - 5c. Vorking Socks for - 8qi - - - - 10c. te Socks, 2 pair for - 25c. ick Socks, 2 pair for - 25C, ne Balbriggan Socks, " " " " 25c. Socks, nice colors, for 15c. EN'S OUTING SHIRTS ion C^! 1CU1 V>WO .L I FADDEN, Cheapest Store In Wheeling. iposlte Qporu Hon se, Wheeling. GEO. M. SNOOK A. CO. SEE NEW DRESS GOODS ?AXI>? Trimmings Displayed in South Window. SPECIAL: One case double nap Canton Flannel, worth dOe a yard only 6 1:4C a yard' One bale 40-inch wide Unbleached Muslin, eheap at 8e a yard. Our price 6 l-4ca yardfattfiCo EGGER, WARRJCK & CO. __ ROOM! ROOM! Grand August Glean Up Sale! We noe<l room, ami mttit have It, u our Itnluonio itock of fat t. noons JL JL AJUtM V/ V V J-' Is now d#!lv arriving, nnd our Hlore l? getting crowded, and In order to wake room the balance of our SlJMMKIt (SOODS must go regardlcas of coil. BARGAINS IS EYERY DEPARTMEST. REHHAHTS AT YODB OWN PRICE. EXTRAORDINARY ! Two of the GREATEST GEKUTNR IIAKKVEft OFFERED! None of tho?o i-'vids ?o often adrertlaed. Ten pieces 46-inch All Wool HenrlettaatSOo.dnblackonly.) Two hundred fine Oxydlzed Handles. 20-lnchrG en u I ne Gloria Silk Umbrellas, of which we have sold ,oyer 1,000 this season. ' > !"L ;' '<' FINE CHOICE DRESS GOODS DAILY *RRIVIN*0. Mr Mall order* receive prompt attention. Egger, Warrick 4 Co., 1132 Main Street. 3b OfSlees >'?>. 3fl mid Fourteenth street. New AdvertineuienU. William Armstrong?Professor of the Piano Forte. To Whom it May Concern. Notlce-J. K. Tausiig, Freight Agent, Aumtncnt Notice. M. J. MeFadden? Special Sole of Men's Halfhomj-Eighth i'nge. Wonted?A (?ood hoy. Hone for Sale. Elegant Subacrl ptlou llooks-Stan ton <fc Davenport. Kookwood Pottery?Ewltig Bros. Hibernian Dav?Grand Picnic. Notice Thl??Madam Mltchel. School?Wheeling Unalno.11 College. FOR UOT WEAT1IER. A fnll line of Horses, Drapo D'Etes And Chrvlotn, Junt suited for the hot weather, which will he uinde up flrst>clais at reasonable price*. In Stock?The celebrated Pride of the Went Night Shirt* and full assortment of Cheviot, KnteeuR nwl Flannel Shirt*. For comfort ami durability wear our eel cbrnteu Juit lllnok nnd colored uoto. C. 1IK86 4fc SONS, 1381 and ISMS Market etreet. IF von cnnnot tee ?n?I need Spectacled, you lihoiilil call on u* nnd hnvo you.- eyes tented without charge. We have the ttiieit Inntrnmuiitu and inoro experience than any other Optlclnn In the State, nnd guarantee atlftXactlou or money refunded. JACOB W. GRCBB, Jeweler nnd Optician, Corn or Twelfth and Market HtrcaU. READERS of the INTELLIGENCES going out of town for tho Summer can huvo the INTELLIGENCE!* mnlled to them for ilzty-ilve cents per month, pottugo free. Failed to Appear. Jennie Austin yesterday sworo out a warrant beforo i-quiro Davis, charging lier husband, William Austin, with assault and battery. At the time set for tho hearing .Mrs. Austin failed to appear, and William was discharged. The Cluvulnuil Eiirul Touror. W. S. Cleveland's name for his present minstrel company, tho "Klflei Tower" of minstrels*-, is ns original as any title over devised. If his show is as orfginal it will do. 'i'ho sale of Beats for tho "Big City Show" ut tho Ojicrallouse Friday evening will open this morning at C. A. House's music store. Of course it goos. without saving that the Onura House will be crowded, and it will bo the part of wisdom to buy seats early. TrmiftfcrM llccordrd. Clerk IIoolv yesterday admitted to record one deed of trust and a deed made August 14 by liernard Shanley and wife to G. 0. Smith, for $1,200, lot 14 in square 5 in Gilchrist's addition No. 3; also lot 12 of the old fair grounds property. August 10 by George 0. .Smith and and wife to B; Shanloy, for$tt,000, lot 24 of the old fair grounds propertyTho nibornittii IMcnlc. The picnic of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, to bo given next Saturday at tho Fair Grounds, will bo a grand success,if tho oflorts of the committee on arrangements meet with the deserved success. a mg purine win u o given m 1111; muriiiiijl, in which delegations from Washington, Pa., lienwood, Bellaire and Martin's Ferry will take part. Tho committeo of arrangements is composed of Messrs. M. W. Bailey, M. J. Ford, Frank Henley, William F. Weir, E. H. 0'l)onnell and E. J. O'Mallcy. Contract Lot for lZxtonnion. The executive board of tho Toledo, "Willbonding Valley & Ohio railway awarded contracts at Coshocton for the building of the road from that place to I Louisville, a distance of forty miles, as follows: A. M; Winsper, "Tiflln, 0., ! eleven miles; W. F. Stanley, Reedy, W. Va., sixteen miles; Mat Spellacy, Cleve-1 land, 0., eleven miles; Jones & Winsper, j Mt. Vernon, 0.. four miles; McCaim & Klevinor, Steubenville, 0., four miles. This is for grading and excavating, and was let out in small parcels so that tho work can begin at once in sevoral places. PurnlmNON Kxplnluuil, It has been sometime Hi nee there was any speculation about tho activity in real estate on tho west side of "the Island. At tho time renl ostnte was being bought up there in large blocks there wero a good many guesses as to the meaning of it, but at length everybody gave it up. Yesterday the Intki,moknceii was informed as if by authority that tho purchases wero for the C. & P., C.. L. & W. and B. & 0. railroad companies jointly, and that theso roads undoubtedly intend to erect a union passenger station at the west end of the new bridge to tho Island. Fruit to tho I.owoftt Notch. The fruit crop this year has been exceptionally plontiful, and tho quality has seldom been excelled. The prices have been low, but have now dropped as far as they will be apt to go. Housekeepers who are waiting for low prices, before making their purchases for the preserving kettle, should now begin to buy. The best peaches can now be purchased for $1 50 to $2. Plums have reached the lowest point, and the finest damsons, greon gages and largo blue plums are now selling in market for $2 to $2 50 per bushel basket. If the market should tako a turn, it will be in an upward direction, as regards prices. Catawba grapes made their appearanco quite lately and are bringing 35 cents per basket of five pounds. . IIlckH-Httwyer Mititttrclfl. This famous company of colored minstrels, which opens the season at the Grand on Friday evening, August 21, numbers 35 artists. All of the leading colored comedians in the country are with this company. The celebrated Kxcelsior quartette, which is said to be the finest (juartette before the public, are also with the Hicks-.Sawycr Company. In facta great performance is promised. The grand street parade will be a strong feature, and iucludes I no Arauiun uruss uuiiu w uiKuunm pieces, six drum majors, a lino drum corps, and all the rest of ,tho company in ovoning.dress. .Seats wore placoa on salo at Weir's yesterday inornirig. Those desiring them should not fail to be on hand, as there is sure to bo a great rush for tlionu Clipped from Canada Presbyterian, under signature of C. Blackett ltobiuson, proprietor: I was cured of oftrecurring bilious headaches by Burdock Blood Bitters. ixtw Piano* for Sale Cheap. Gale, Grow A C'o f 25 00 K. 1'. Grahntn,? octavcs, In nice order 35 oo Woodward fc Hrown, octaves .. GO 00 Ca'ncgk* ?t Peterson - CO oo Schunurkcr, C*< octave* 65 00 J. II. Demurest & Co., carved legs, 1% octftves, Ivorr keys 75 00 chtckerlng, 7 octaves, handsome inise 100 00 R. Von Miudeu, 7tt octaves, carvwl legs, ivory key* 125 00 Dlnraenberg, octaves, carved legs, Ivory keys 150 00 steinwur it Soon, ocuvti, nurnLlisa. ivory key* 300 00 Call an or address, F. W. Batoir & Co., Ko. 1310 Market streot. School for Glrjn and Vnung flay*. Mm. M. Stevens Hart, principal of the school (or young ladies and girls, may bo seen or addressed at her reaidonee, No. 727 Main stroot With tlio opening 'if the commodious rooms in the Crunglo Block, Mies Mae Belle ITart will continuo in charge of the primary department lor girls and boys. DOWN AT MQUND8YILLE. Interesting Services at the Campmeotlnff Yesterday. THE flTTENDflNCE WAS NOT LARGE. Eloquent anil Earnest Sermons?Song Service, Young People's Meeting and "Ijatesi News" Meeting Popular Young People's Temple to l>e Dedicated to-day. It was warm yesterday nt tlio Moundsville camp ground, and the crowd in attendance was not very large. The cottagere even wcro sparing in their attendance at tlio son-ices, preferring to sit around in tlio shade and get the benefit of the light breeze. The flrdt services of tbe morning were held at the Templo at 8:30. Tills was the "Latent Sows" meeting. At 8 a. m. Prof. Excell and the chorus of singers hold a song service in tho auditorium. Kov. Garbert lieid, of Philadelphia, preached the morning sermon, taking his text from the 121st Psalm, 1st verso, "I will lift up mino eyes unto tho hills from where coineth my help." Mr. Kcid preached a strong and effective sermon. Children's meeting was held in the temple at 1:30 p. m. Here the little ones were taught of Christ by Kev. Messrs. Uuswcll and Drodhead in an entertaining and iustruetlvo manner. There is no attempt to enforce strict discipline at those meetings. The children feel free and enjoy themselves immensely. There was tho usual song services before the afternoon meeting at tho auditorium. l'rof. lixcell directing tho singers. The afternoon sermon was preached by Kev. 1). .S. Jlauiniond. Tho discourse was uu earnest one, and touchod tho sympathy of his hearers. Tho text was from Proverbs, xxv chapter and 25th verse?"As cold water is to a Ulirsiy HOU1, su jh guuu iiumd iiuiu u iui country." At tho close of the sermon an experience meeting was held, and many eagerly tea tilled to the great blessings of the religion of the gospel. At 0:30 p. m. the Young People's meeting was held at the Temple. This meeting was well attended by tho older men and women, as well as the young ladies and gentlemen. The Temple was crowded with enthusiastic people who listened eagerly to tho addresses, song3 and prayers. Before the hour for tho ovening sermon had arrived the crowd gathered at the auditorium to listen to the delightful song services. Rov. Amos Johnson led in prayer, and Prof. E. 0. Excel 1 sang a solo entitled, "Tho Old, Old .Story is True." Ho pre/ 1 :* i... ?4i,? K?,I n luut'ii m oj ni\j in# uiun taii ouu|j 4i?v? > story connected with it. It was written by n gentleman who worked in n sawmill in Illinois, and the music was written by .Mr. Excell at a Sunday school convention on the back of a programme in which tho words were written. Itev. D. \V. Jones, of Philadelphia, preached tho evening sermon, taking his text from the twenty-ninth chapter of Luke?tho thief's prayer on tlio cross. The following gentlemen were elocted directors at the election held this afternoon: J. W. lkidley, N. W. Beck, C. II. Sncdcker, Goo. Miller, Tlios. Finn, P. B. Dobbins, W. II. Chapman. The amendment to the constitution of tlio association was caryied by a vote of 71 to U. This makes nn important change. The presiding older of the district, who has heretofore been by virtue of his position a-ojjicio director of the meetings, was, to use n common torm, turned down. Tho whole matter was taken out of his hands, and hereafter a committee of three ministers and three laymen, to benppointedbythedirectors, will have full direction. This change grows out of the diflerenco of opinion between tho directors and the presiding elder as to tlio propriety of having opou gates on Sunday. The Younij People's Templo will he ueuiuiuuu liiih luunung, aibvi tuc iliuming services. The dedicatory sermon will bo preached by Kov. Swindells at the auditorium, after which the procession will form, the ministers in tlio lead and the young people following, and proceed to the temple. A 2:45 a conference of Christian workers will be held in the auditorium, and again at 4 o'clock. NO DANGER OP WANT OP WORK. Tlitt Mottluinkorft nnil I'rcnnoro of tlio l(olihn (Hans World TMltilt Tlioy Miijr bo Out of a .loll. An epidemic of blueuess is rife on tlio South Side. Since the incorporation of thp Ilobbs glass works in the United States Company, the idea has obtained among the mold-makers and pressors, that their services will probably bo dis peiiseu with, as the output ot the i&ctory may be limited. .Some of the men are already casting about for positions elsowhere. Tliero would seem to bo no reason to dread a possibility of this nature. Most of tho output of tho Ilobbs factory is in patented goods, for 'which the demand is pressing" and constant. Tho only factories apt to be closed are those turning outagonoral line of glusswaro; thnso producing special goods will continue at work. Children I-hijojr The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effects of Svrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and If tho father or mother be costive or bilious, tho most gratifying results follow its use, so that it is tho best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle. IUW TIIK Nnpthn Ynclit Compnuy will rnn both nf it/t yucht* to-night till after tho Soininerunchtiirect on thu Inland U over. L.S.G00D sells dry goods tho cheapest. The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. l v THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CfcOTHIERS. PREPARE FOR A FEAS1 ?or? Good, Solid, Substantial - BARGAINS THEHUB'SBUYER Is now in the East, and it will be but a few dav~ until the goods begin to arrive by the carload. We need room worse than money, so now is y0UP time; don't aeiay an nour, out lay asiae everything and take a look at BARGAINS such as you've never seen'before. Every Odd Garment must go I The tables must be cleared I IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY FOB FDTDRE DSE. Don't delay, but come at once and see the PRICES THAT'LL BE THE TOWN TALK I THE HUB, One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, MARKET AND FOURTEENTH STREETS. Wntt Linvj i hoi muiyi c. 11 i w.-rynii nun qx i o. WHEELING IlfflMlfi IF YOU will do justice to your interests you cannot avoid calling on us. Our colossal stock is complete in every detail and must necessarily interest you, that is if you are interested in Housefurnishing. If you have anv desire to surround yourself with all the comforts that make a home, then our stores is your goal. If an attractive, comfortable, cosy home is your ideal, then our stock is quite suggestive. You cannot, as we say, in consideration of your own interests, afford to avade coming here. A visit to our store will amply repay you. Not alone is our magnificent assortment of goods tne inducement we hold out Their qualities and prices are the strongest attractions we can offer you, and these, remember, are money saving ones. A dollar spent here is a good investment?its purchasing power is double its collateral. Values are unprecedented, prices are not equalled. We have what you want at your own price. i\emeinDer it is nut licjcessaiy iu nave icauj cash to secure the advantage we offer. Our credit system will enable you to take advantages of them and will only necessitate a very small outlay of cash. IHEELINGlSTALMENT CO,, EEOlvIIE] 1180 to 1140 Market Stroet JOS. H. McARDLE. Manager. HOUSE & H ERR MANN?FURNITURE, CAR PETS, ETC. i ' FURNITURE C0MK $ SEJSt* * OUR NEW LINE OF I I/m ir>A Ci ivnichinff ! nutiDc r tii 11101 us?o HOUSE & HERRMANN'S, 1800 MAIN STREET. Weekly or Monthly Payments. HAMM A CO.?FURNITURE DEALERS. ?U HAMM & CO., I Furniture Dealers and Undertakers..! DOT THIS DO?N FOR H FKOT: Tnat our cMablUbmont if a model ono In overt respoct . is;-.' I and JtMaetorily IVrved ? <tfK,rtmcnt? Prou>pt ?emoe and fair treatment, our eu?ton:tn - ^ *** y?? "omethlng for nothing, ire aim to give a gock1>-j I every time. Ho invite your penonal inipectioa. Undertaking In its Several Forme a Special Feature. Telephone Calm A5s\vere?> Day or Xtonr. | - - <?*f# HHMM &l CO.. loss aytsiw ?