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TABLE CLOTHS AND NAP
Our L
Wa offer this week Fring
dozen Napkins to ir
very greatly r
REGULAR PRICE, $4 25.
REGULAR PRICE, $5 00.
REGULAR PRICE, $5 50.
REGULAR PRICE, S6 50.
REGULAR PRICE, SiO 00.
Length of Table Cloth
SPECIAL. I
rlOO Dozen Extra Large Al
per dozen,
Stone &
M. J. M'FAD DEN?GENT
M. J. Mel
Snnl Silt nf
A v w*
Men's Plain Brown or Striped
Men's Good Colored Heavy V
Men's Good Black Socks for
Men's genuine Balbriggan Whl
Men's Extra Fine Stainless Bk
Men's Slate or Tan Color Fi
2 pair for
Men's Fine Striped Balbriggan
SPECIAL SALE OE 19
At Less tt
M. J. Mcl
One-Price Eat ana Shirt Store.
1330 and 1323 Market Street, 0
GtO. M. SNOOK A.
RECEIVED!Rice
Noveltlea In Camel's Hair
DH.HS
Crochet Tinsel and Fearther
Black and all New Fall Colors,
FX3AX
New Shapes In Match 81zes.
FIKTE
Fe
NHW CLOAKS.
SILK LAOEIS.
Fine Black Silk Milane
In from two to four me
XiAOl
Infants' Embroidered C
Embroidered Flannel S
SILK BAH&AIB
Extra quality Black Fal
yard. Extra wide and
$1 50, only 69c a yard
M *sr
V>W. I v i. ui ,
ALEXANDER \ CO.
"J" "Mm tmifi
& ^ m '
Which shall i put oti rr^T.p
It doesn't make any earthly diObrenee whteh
phe pal* on first. One ihoo U ai good ru the
other nnd both are perfect, Tho truth will bear
n good deal of telling, but It won't stand any
'stfctchiug, and we don't bollove in taking any
liberties with it. Wo tolerate nothing in the
nature of exaggeration*. When you make a
purchase from us yon know exactly what yon
are buying, for eoncealment is absurd whoro
there is nothing to hldo.
V? con PIT ASritXJT correctly.
ALEXANDER & CO.,
SHOE SELLERS,
m iota x?i? sirat.
KINS-STONE A. THOMAS.
eader!
fed- Table Cloths, with ohe
latch, at the following
educed prices:
REDUCED PRICE, $2 49
REDUCED PRICE, $2 98
REDUCED PRICE, $2 49
REDUCED.PRICJE, $4 15
REDUCE*? BQ ,25
ls, 3, 3 1-2 and 4 yards.
SFECIAL-I
.L-LINEN NAPKINS at 89c.
worth $1 40.
ij--,
mi .
i nomas.
S' FURNISHING GOODS.
ADDEN!
H If-lOSt.
Socks for - - - fjg.
Vorking Socks for - g(j,
- - - - 10c.
Ite Socks, 2 pair for - 2SC.
ick Socks, 2 pair for - {J5C.
ne Balbriggan Socks,
" " " - 25c.
Socks, nice colors, for i fin
1VVI
EN'S OUTING SHIRTS
lan Cost!
FADDEN,
CheipMt Storo Id Wheeling.
pposlto Q;mra IIouso, Wheeling.
CO.?D R Y_G OO OS.
n_. ' n_ o_ n_
-MOOIfllO.
and Plain
3S GOODS.
}S TRIMMINGS,
narrow and wide.
IX. BUTTONS.
I FHEHiTOH
ather Novelties for NeckwearThe
Finest Lines Shown Yet.
ise, Chantlliy and Other Laces
itoh widths.
as.
ashmero and Flannel Sacques
Skirts, Long Cashmere Cloaks'
rs.
lie Silk, worth $1 00, only 73c a
Fine Black Faille Silk, worth
t.
look & Co.
EGGER, WARRICK &. CO.
ROOM! ROOM!
Grand August
Clean Op Sale!
Wo iiocd^ room, imt must havo It, as our lmlhouxo
Mock of
FALL GOODS
Isnowdatlr arriving, nn<l onr store h trotting
crowded, ami lu order to make room tlio
boltmou of our 8UMMKK tiOOUS
mtut go rogardlemt of cost
BARGAINS IN. EVERY DEPARTMENT.
REMNANTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
EXTRAORDINARY !
Two of the GREATEST GENUINE BARGAIN'S
EVER OKFKRKD! Norn* of those
'frauds <o often advertised.
Ton pieces 46-lnoh All Wool
Henrlettaat60c.(lnblackonly.)
Two hundred fine Oxydlzed
Handles, 28-Inch, Genu I ne
Gloria Silk Umbrellas, of which
wo have sold ovor 1,000 tills
season.
PING CHOICE DRESS GOODS
DAILY ARRIVING.
Mr Mail orders receive prompt attention.
If. Warrick & Co.,
. 1132 Main Straet.
?k MMgtm.
No*. art ana U7 Fourteenth Ktr???U
New Advertisements.
Labor D?r Decorations?Stanton A Davenport
Gold Mroul Hour?Stewart <it Ward.
Pleasant Front Koow fox Rcut.
ltldo a bicycle?Ed nr. L. llows <St Co.?Third
Wanted?Clothing Fnleimen.
Opera House?Ouster.
Goblet*, Tumblers nnd Wines?Kwlng Broa
Uniformed Hank, Knight, of PytliUa.
Oj-ora House?Keeue.
Cuutt?lingo tt Dro.
School?Wheeling Business Collego.
Public Sale of Flity building Lou.
FOB HOT WKATIIEB.
A full line of Surges, Drape D'Etes nnd
Cheviot*. Just milt ml for the liot weather,
which will bn made up l)rst>oIast at reaaoniibln
tirlrea.
In Kfuric?Tlio ri>1?hrn(oil Prliln of the
West Night Shirt* nnil full assortment of
Cheviot, Sutroiirt and Flannel Shirts.
For comfort ami durability wenr our eelebrated
Fast Dluok aud Colored Homo.
C. IICHS St SONS,
1391 and 13*43 Market street.
IF yon cannot seo and noed Spoctaclns,
you hhould call on us and have yoiu* eyes
tested without charge. We huvo the finest
Instrument* and more experience than any
other Optician In tho Stnte, aud guura&tee
satisfaction or money refunded.
JACOB W. ORUDIS,
Jeweler and Optician.
Corner Twelfth and Market Streets*
Collision on the Fewlky,
Yesterday afternoon P., 0. & St L.
online No. 10?( was coming south on
the track just north of Fifth street
when it dashed around a short curve
into three coke cars being backed north
hv engine 87. The cars wero all demolished
and engine 109 protty badly
damaged.
Tho Iluenn VUta Glaus Works,
The new glass works at Buonu Vista,
Vs., wiil begin operations on noxt Monday.
Mr. T. J. Irwin, tho manager of
tho factory, has been In this city and
vicinity for a week employing men to
go thoro to work. Ho has gotten ft full
force of practical men, and soveral
squads havo left for Bucna Vista.
Picnics Yesterday.
The Shields of Honor picnic at tlio
Park yesterdav was very well attended,
and a most enjoyable time was had by
all who were present.
The Krieger Veroin, or Gorman Veterans'
society, celebrated Its second anniversary
yesterday afternoon with a
parade, followed b'y a picnic on the
.State Fair grounds, which was very successful
and enjoyable.
Runnway In lUtclilotown.
A runaway occurred vesterday In
which a child of Councilman Charles
Horstmnn wasBlightly Injured. Brandt,
tho hostler, had Just hitched up tho
llttlo pony to a cart and had placed the
child in tho vehicio, and while llrandt
was attending to some other matters
tho pony ran up Thirty-ninth street.
Tho child was thrown out and the animal
kept on up to W'etzol street, whero
it was caught Tho child was only
slightly bruisod.
A Strang*) Couch.
Night boforo last a well known young
man about town was out with the bovs
till a late hour, and became sort of indifferent
to the joys of earthly things.
Ho diinbcd upon tho soldiers' monument,
and with the foot of tho old sailor
for a nillow sank into a peaceful slum
ber, so profound that wiion some passing
painters docorated bis face like nn
Indian on the war path he did not know
it till a friend found him and took him
in.
Duoorntiug Already.
The tront of Trnilos Assombly Hall
on Market streot was gorgeously decorated
yesterday for the coming 'Labor
Day?next Saturday. One or two other
places liavo also already put out tlioir
bunting on the outor walls, and it looks
as if by Saturday morning the decorations
would be as gonoral as were ever
seen. The Assembly Hall had out huge
portraits of Powde'rly and Gompers,
smaller ones of all the national labor
,'aailcre and numerous banners and
'lags.
Sower Pipe Firm Full*.
Intelligence reached the city to-day,
says tho Stcubonvillo llentld, tlmt the
11 rm of Anderson liros., at Anderson's
landing, W. Vs., had failed for a large
amount. An exact statement of tlio
liabilities is not given, but one Item is
a judgment by confession in the Hancock
county court for $30,000. A large
sum is also duo the employes, and a
brother-in-law, Jfr. Standish, ot Pittsburgh,
holds a deed of trust on tho
works for a considerable sum advancod.
Tho firm is composed of J. E. and I). II.
Anderson, and 'operates an extensive
sower pipe and flro brick manufactory
a short distanco abovo tho inoutb of
King's Crock.
The lien Ilur Tableaux not ICngngeil,
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the Wheoling
Hospital Association held a meeting
iu tho V M. C. A. building yesterday
evening, and discussed the ilen llnr
tableaux proposition. They soon decided
not to engage the gentleman who
proposed to show the tableaux, as his
terms, 65 per cent of the gross proceeds,
were considered too high. It was further
concluded that in future tho entertainment
committee must wrestlo
with such questions, and not call on tho
gcnoral committee for its decision.
There was a general discutmion about
entertainments to bo provided during
tho season, but as it linn barely commenced
una there is plenty of time yet,
no definite conclusion was arrived at.
In Clertz Iloult'* Ollloe.
Four deeds of trust and the following
transfers of real estato were admitted to
record yesterday:
A deed for a piece of ground on KofT
street, made August 20, 1S91, by Phillip
Dtiflbv to Jaines Duffey in consideration
of 54,(100.
A deed niado February 0, 1801, by
Joseph Ilmncs, Jr., to I/>uis Thoner
frtr I tin nnrth 11 ill f uf lot No. 11 and tllfi I
.south quarter of lot 12 in square No. 1
in Joseph Hydlnger's addition, in consideration
of $450.
A marriage license was issned to
Randolph Kitchol, aged 23, a nntive of
Marnhnll county unit a resident of
Moiindeville, and Emily Lnnghorn.agod
20, a native and resident of Ohio county.
The will of Qeorge W. Edgineton was
admitted to probate with Elijah T.
Moore as executor; bond $700; surety,
William Moore.
Children Enjoy
Tho pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing cffects of Syrup of Fin, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother bo costive or bilious, the
most gratifying results follow its uso, so
th.it it Is the best family remedy known
and every family should have a bottle.
ww
Bicycles.
Wo havo a few more special bargains
in second hand whcols. Two 1890 Vlo
tor safeties and several marked new
wheels. Edw. L. Boss A Co.
Deoornte on Labor Day.
Merchants will be wise to lay In a
good stock of flagging. Afowcoscsunder
price. Jacobs * Iomsua.
THAT OHIO "Wli/D MAN."
The Fnruicrt Uoatliitf the Iluihoi In Search
of lllm.
The "wild man" gr nuii-descrlpt
beast which lias been frightening and
annoying the residents an the Ohio
side of tho rivor opposite Moundgville,
and killing and dismembering stock, as
mentioned in tho Istelmoexckk tho
other day, has becomo bo bold in his
depredations that the farmers have
been driven to organized defense. Yesterday
twenty-five men, armed with
anything from a shotgun to a pitch fork,
, went out to beat the bushes and search
every nook and cranny in a radius of
five or six miles in Bearch of the monstrosity.
It is the theory of some people
that a crazy man wrapped in a
buffalo robe or other far has caused tho
excitement, but lis hogs, sheep
and calves have been killed it became
necessary to do something. In
the night weird, blood-curdling cries
are heard, and the next morning stock
is found dead and hacked to pieces. The
object is avidently not robbory, for nothing
is taken. It bas been' suggested
that possibly tho animal is a big bear
ABpnnnd from its keener, as ndboay has
gotten near enough to tell anything
about it, except that it sometimes runs
rapidly on alt fours and at others goes
as rapidly ou two leys.
The thing was ilrst seen by a man
named G'rowwhiloout hunting. Though
lie is truthful, ho was thought to liuvo
been excited, and tho thing was regarded
as a hoax until othor reliable
parties saw it and stock continued to bo
killed.
IjAIIOR DAY AKKANG13MENTS
Almost Completed?A J'rlzo of 800 for the
Firemen's Ilnco?Purcell Got tho 98.
The general labor committeo held
another meeting last night, but did not
succeed in finishing all Its businoss, and
will meet again Thursday evening. Tho
amusement cominlttoe raised the
amount of tho prize for tho firemen's
rnco from $L'0 to $00, and it is now positively
settled that the race between the
Martin's Kerry and BeUalro firemen
will tako pluco.
Tho railroad transportation committeo
reported that it was ablo to secure
reduced ratos, and it was instructed to
make arrangemonts with tho road that
made tho best offer. The chief marshal
was instructed to have 10,000 programmes
printod, and to soo that 8,000 are
distributed next Friday.
All tho members of tho genoral committee
will bo sworn in us police officers
and will wear policemen s badges 011
Labor Dav. Messrs. J.H. Burtt,George
McKlnlcy, Jolin Klllecn, William T.
Marsli and John Burke were oppointod
a special reception committee. One of
the duties of this committeo will be to
count tho members of each local union
represented in the parade, as they enter
tho gates of tho grounds. Joseph
Purcell went to Steubenville yesterday
and sold the most tickets, thns winning
the prize of $5, which was paid over to
him yesterday by Secretary Salisbury.
The reception committeo was instructed
to hire all tho necessary hacks
and conveyances. The Assemby hall
will bo open on Labor Day, and will be
the headquarters for guests and visitors.
NEARLY A FATALITY.
An Accident at tho New City llnnk Build*
lng Yostcrrinjr.
Yesterday whon an attempt was mado
to haul up a piece of granite for tho cap
of tho corner nt tho new City Bank
building, tho guy timbor of the derrick
pulled looso from the second story floor,
to which it was fastened. The most
swayed dangerously, but did not fall,
being held by a rope also. Tho loosened
timber fell upon an insido wall, I
which was up oight or ton feet, and on I
which two bricklayers wore working at I
tlio time, mere were aiso several carpenters
btnenth the scaflold on which
tlio bricklayers wore at work. Tlio
aciifi'old, wall and all were knocked down,
and tbo joists pulled bodily out of the
south wall, loosonlngn number of bricks.
Several of the men wero scratched up
H little by falling timbers and brick,
but nobody was seriously hurt. The
wall was rebuilt and the derrick readjusted,
and when work was done Inst
night tho wall was ready for replacing
the joists.
It wna tlio intention to lift the two
eluven-ton stones to-day into thoir
place on the northwest cornor of tho
structure, but doubt is expressed if tho
derrick will lift tho weight.
Kernn nil " Lou I a XI."
To-morrow evoning Thomas W. Keono
will appear at tho Opera House as Louit
XI, supported by Frank Iiennig, of this
city, Mies Alberta Oallatin and a strong
company. Tho picture of Louis XI,
which Mr. Kcenc presents, is that of an
aged monarch almost reached tho period
of his dotage, querulous, full of superstitious
fears, suspicious of all about
him and ever planning means to overthrow
and crush his turbulent vassals.
Tf io n unu-nrfiilK* onnrnlvnfl ninttirn nnil
powerfully drawn, as ono could BUspcct.
" The Hottmn of the Hen."
Friday evening. Saturday afternoon
and Saturday evening Webster & Brudy'n
spectacular production of this name, an
adaptation from the French, will be
given at the Opera House. The sale of
reserved seats will open at House's
music storo this morning, and there is
to be expected a rush for them.
41 Custer."
Next Monday and Tuesday evenings
William J. Fleming's spectacular melodrama,
"Cueter," which lias proven a
docidod succe?s elsewhere, will bo given
at the Opera House for the first timo in
Wheeling.
Few children can be induced to take
physic without a struggle, and no wonder?most
dru^s aro extremely nauseating.
Ayer's Tills, on the contrarv, bes..7.
?_.i ? if j
uiK auunr-iouicu, uio uaau> nn.iuunuu
by tlio little one?, and aro,therefore, the
favorite family medlcina. ixiw
EvKavTinxa in the Shok line at cost,
on Wednesday and Thursday only, at
A. G. Wincueb's,
1133 Main street.
The Soap
that
Cleans
Most
is Lenox.
THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS. "
THE HUB
IS NOW READY TO SHOW THE
LARGEST AflD HANDSOMEST LIS!
or
Fall rinthinnl
X till V1V HXAAiy j
Hats and Furnishings
1ST TEC ID CITY,
At Prices That Will Astonisb tie Closest Bnym,
BVBET D-A/T
Will Add to the Magnitude of Otir Stock!
Don't Buy a Dollar's Worth Until You've
Seen What You Can do at
TH E H-U-B
One-Price Clothiers,
MARKET AND FOURTEENTH STREETS.
,T" ^AN D c""
HOUSE &c HEK/K/^CAnSTN.
trxiaaiwt on MoOTm.r PtvKf.MTC ?? 18QO MnlngS?SS-^i
WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.-FURIMITURE, ETC.
ff HEELIM C ISMlTl
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 any
desire to surround yourself with all the comforts that make
a home, then our stores is youf goal. If an attractive, comfortable,
cosy home is your ideal, then our stock is quite
suggestive. You cannot, as we say, in consideration oi
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 the 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 unpreceucm^
prices are not equalled. We have what you want at your
own price. Remember it is not necessaiy to have ready
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.
WHEEtlHClKSTflLMENT 9,
HOME ZBTrEKNTSHBiRS,
1136 to 1140 Market Street
JOS. H. McARDLE. Manager. ?
HAMM 4CO.-FURNITURE DEALERS. _r???
u a art ivrt )?, nn
Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.
DOT THIS DOWN FOR H FKCT:
That onr atabllihracnt la a model one In ev?rr rapoat.
That In onr attractive aaaoruaont, prompt aemoe andfalrtreatmcat, our au<"""
and aatlilacloriljr mrrtd. ,
That wliilc we cannot give rou aometblog for nothing, we aim to (Ire a pxxi.
every time. We Invito your penonel Inepeotlon.
Undertaking In It* Several Form* a Speolal Feature.
TELmiOKX Caua Ammis DAT o* Kranr
HKMM St CO.. 1065 7?tKlN ST'

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