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CHALIICS. PONG EES, ETC.?STONE A THOMAS.
Stone & Thoma
THAT MOST AND WILL CLEAR OUR SHELVES IN A HDi
Ahmrt >. cnn varrte refrular 8c Challies at 2c.
'About i,?oo yards regular 12 i-sc Pongees at 6%
About 800 yards regular 12 i-ac Gray and Black
teen at 8c.
About 400 yards regular 37 1-2C Light Ground 1
Challies at I2^c.
About 750 yards regular 15c Dotted Organdie at 7
About three dozen regular 25 and j;c Boys' Oi
Waists at I3c.
About i.ooo yards regular 10c Bordered Gingha
About 1,200 yards regular 10c Dress Gingham at;
Equal reductions all over the store. At these p
shelves will be emptied in a,hurry. Come early for ch
Stone & Thoma
STRAW HATS-M. J. M'FADDEN.
IIsT OTJE STORE.
Reduced from 7?c, 5i oo, jffi 2j.
The greatest bargains ever offered in Straw Hats.
SATCHELS AND VALISES.
All kinds of Traveling Bags, Satchels, Telescopes,
Shawl Straps, etc., at lowest prices.
McFadden's One-Price Hat and Shirt Sti
1320 AND 1322 MARKET STREET.
SUMMER CLEARANCE-GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
Ot= OUR CRBHT
|plSill( ITH AN UNUSUALLY LARGE STOCK
Summer Dress Goods, Wraps, Suits, V
f[ IPBf ( Pers> Waists, Remnants, etc., still on h
Jtry/W nuivviiilolaiiuiii^ liit? gicrai quantity tu
||gN r&3Kcra out last week, you can imagine that nc
ffl|?yp( fort will remain unmade in our endeav
C.~ dispose of these quickly.
0ur determination to sell every do
worth of the above lines will necessarily compel us to
no account whatever of values.
PRICES THAT WILL SELL THE G00I
Is the order oHhe day, so come and help yourselvt
some of our unequaled offerings.
A giant cracker in the Silk Department: Plaid S
and Taffetta Silks that were $i ooand $i) j now 69c a;
Geo. M. Snook & C
i i. i
SHOES-O'KANE 4 CO
FINE NEW LINE '
STRRLING SILVER BELT ^
buckles, Ladies* Shirt /XJOf^
waist Sets, Ladies'and rSL^HOE'
i Gents' link buttons, *V. f
and many other articles Id Y*}?
StcrllnR Sliver Summer ZmT)
I. G. DILLON & CO.
tar VUllltig CnnU nn<l Woddlng Invltntlnni
to order. jolft
dbuqqi9T3 ^ THEY ARE ou:
"' nnd wo wlih Ohmii to btoomn yoiiri.
Why ouritiporli lino of IjuIIm' Hhooa.
Will lot A OIO?l OXMlllOllt uppurtlllllty
yuti to buy n imlr of our
HUHi $2.00 LADIES' BUTTON SI
ll! I l9!/>li9l MfJfJl I 111 Tlioy nro n hldti (frqrlo Hhoont a law
pitco. nntl elonant tltlon. All ilyla
BifmiilMM O'KANE & C
1113 Main Stroot
rkNI.Y THE 11 KMT OIJAUTY 01' *JOB + W0HK*
? HKAT..V AND 1'ilUMlTLY KXKC
UmiNVSuul-NCKii job omua at tub intemjurncmwob not
? ?b Mdtytmx.
SO Hi co i Nun. '4H (Mill '47 I'ouriutmth Htruot. ^
Vow AAvertiuomoatn, M
Wan tod-Luily Agent*. b(
New York. HtUburgU uud Cincinnati Papers- u.
c. u. Qulrnoy. "
Amour'# Ks tract ol lieot?Albert titolvo & Co. flc
Notion to Contractor* and Hulldora.
Administrator's Notlcn?WiUiuin JSrskino, Ad- ni
btune fur 8ul?-Cburlos Horatujan. ,i.
Ktruw Uuts-M. J, MoFudd?i??KlKhth Pago. Ul
m Vionun Window uud Plum t?budw?u. Won* ui
? West Virginia ^position and HlaU> Fair.
Feather Jjnsierii?KwlUft Jiroa. ci
Cloaruncu Halo?Jqbu l' riedel & Co. Vt
1-ufct?Lent bur Punt? v(
f Luwn Mowtrs-K. uagft f'
Now Uouks-Ffank siuiuUM. jj
Sat- TO VUBLAUlBd. It
Mr. JuiiiiuuK Front, farm orIrwUhL.Bwn > !u.
, buckuc, liiu iiurohnitod the liulr Urvvuluir *?>
WOOI bu?lnu*N of A, Uroalnuor uiul l? now ready If
to ncuoiuinoduta tlio ludlu* wltli uvury- A
thing in the hulr drossluir lino; has aUo V.
?, j _ just received u full lino of tho latest utylo '?
5^Ci nairpinsanu ngritat vunuiym i j
f r? perfumurtes, hair goods, etc, Call anil see
Lltinc IiU imw hooiU, at llib Malu street, ucat to
? Cieorge It. Tuyior, W
n, DO not forget the I not that the place to te
III at have your Watch, Clook uml Jewelry re. fn
littire J iti at W. 11. ODD WIT S, 10
South end Market Street IJrltlge. 8U
5C. FUH Tllli HOT WBATUISll. of
rices ^ full Una of burgcx, Chuvlot* ami Drop W
oirp d'otos, which woa?epio|>i?r?><? to make up m
vjmheoest of style on short uotico. Negli. tii
gee KhirtM low to close, A General lino of BV
Gents' Nohhy Furnishings. Just received
. 100 do*on wore of those celebrated nuro
* .. Macco Yarn Hcamless iialf Hose, the nest hi
wearlug made, ul our popular price, BOo u < t
p?lr. , V JlLsh*fcOWi?\
Fashionable Tnllnrit and Gents VurnUh*
em, 13ttland 13?? Market Mtreet, m
DOUGUKllTY and Olbtum Hye Whiskies
at GUANO avail A UOVSK tiAlOOX. ^
1 11 1 IK you cannot see and noed Bpectaoles M
you should call ou in and liave your eyas p<
tested without charge. We have the fluent
Instrument* aud uioro experience than any
-- other optlolun In the Htalc, and guarantee
satlsfnuUou or money refuuded.
jacoh w, <munn. C1
Jeweler and <?ptlolnn,
Corner Twelfth una market.
Licensed to Wed. CD
Clork llaok yoatorday isauotl a mar- ru
riiiKO license to Thomas C. Clark, a )?
widower, spoil 110, of Wnrron, 1'il, anil ,,
Rhuhanna Doran, a widow, urad 43, of
tilstnraville, 1'u. UI1
Yrntcntajr't I'lrtt Alarm*
Tlio department was culled oat ves- ar
torduy afternoon on account of a tiro in Wl
the root of IJnsennuor's ?hoo atore, on ur
Maln fliroot below tlio now bridge. Tlio tli
chemical online put it out with ? ion* ,1.
of about $ir>, The city hall boll did not ve
rinet owiiin to soiuo fault with the con- tj,
I ^ noction. After tho fire wa? out Chief
Illoaly ropairod the cannootion. c'c
Cliartfutl wltli Trenpua*. 'j'
Yesterday Josoph, J. G. and Ed I. llf
Straub and Conrad Ebborts wore ur- j?
raiirnod bofore Squire OilloBny on a ee
charge of trespass preforrod by John [0
11. Whyte. The case grow out of a dispute
about the location of a lino fenco ...
m l'ilan, Whyto & Gollaghor's addition, |n
in tho Sixth ward. The hearing was r?
postponed till 2 p. m. to-day.
Olork Honlc yesterday admitted to cc
record transfers of real oatutu as fol- Cc
July 25 by Charles Bakor and wife to Y
Simon Bopp, for $1,250, a lot noar llro- pi
mcr's run. M
May 1 by tho West Virginia Homo th
. Company and othors to II. W. Schrebo, <lf
II' p for (1,100, lot 10 in square 2 in nyding- El
v) er's addition. di
July 22 by G. 11 E. Gilchrist to to
CliarfoB lljkur, for $050, a lot uear llro- so
___ mor's run. re
At Wficollllff l ark. CQ
Yestorday tlio orphans from tho 0f
North Wheeling asylum and St. John's
homo for boys on Thir toon til stroot bad m
tliolr annual picnic at the park. Tho |u
Cathedral Sunday tchool will ro out hi
Thursday. Friday tho Zano street M.
li Sunday school will picnic there, and nl
an interesting programme has been ar- th
__ ? ranged. 01
M| Thursday night the Ideal club will w
Li I givo a select ball at tho park. A featuro tli
Hi | will bo rotrcshmonts at tho rostuurant. fn
L4 | Tho Opera llouso Orcbostra will furnish th
tho music. is
In the Criminal Court.
Yosterday tho argument on tho mo'
OF "on 'or a now 'rm' 'n t'10 cnao ?' Will.
w lam Grovos, convicted of a felony, was cl
/rap- put olf till Thursday, owing to tho 111- cc
'i ness of his counsel, Cnpt. Dovener. In
Idliu, xho indictments against Valontine ct
rned (or atoalineut tho McLuro houso billiard di
. -t parlor were nolllod.
' er" l)r. 11 L. Ashbrooko gave ball In $500
Of tO for his appearance at tho noxt torm of D
court to answer to tho charge of swind* tc
, ling the Metropolitan Lite Iniuranco
Hurry Taylor, who was In jail tor doIJKt.
fault of paymont of a flno, was released bi
on making ullldavit that he had no ro
monoy to pay it. / L
Ycilt?nlny's rotll'o Cnnrt.
In tho police court yosterday morn- sj
? ing 0. II. Bwarls and John 0. Swart/. ||,
*i> lu and John 0. Uolilo, who said tlioy wero
prlntors,and Arthur Juckson and Frank
nr?u Jackson, colored brothers, wore ar- 0]
uidll ralgnod as vags, Thoy woro found tho
yard, night before in n watermelon car In the |j
Dnltimoro &Ohio-yards. 'In dofnult of
their flnos they all wont to tho bill for hi
ton days. Mary Helnrlch and hor
O daughter, Lottio, charged with dlsorderly
conduct, wero sent to jail for cl
* thirty days In default of $10 and costs m
___ oacliT Charley Mason, a linltlmore & st
Ohio i;ato keoper, paid $3 and costs for bi
. a plain drunk. gl
Wlion Traveling W
Whether on ploasuro bont, or biulnois,
tako on overy trip a bottle of Hyrup of .
Figs, as It acts most ploasantly and of- .
fectimlly on the kl'fnoyit, liver and j
bnwols, preventing fnvors, boadachos L
and othur forms of slcknoss. For salo ~
- In 50c and $1 bottles by all loading
^ \ druggists. Manufactured by tho Call. ,
foriiiu Fig Hyrup Co. only. |
.// Tnr.iiK Is tho Whoollng Bakery's Elncm/
trio llroad. Wo can't say too much
if/ about It. Nothing Alio is quite so good
In tho bread lino. Have you trlod it?
11 WIlF.rxlNO Ilntchors' Asuuolatlnn will
glvn n lmrln>min In flonnnHlon with tliMr
p\ ri tilrnlf on August ih Tlittro will bo n roast.
W V lug of llvo lionil of Oftttte,
Yuu The oxneutors of tho oitafo of Jool
in, it Wood, liooouod, olfer at private sale
1 flno building sites In Walnut Grove,
and otlmr part# of Martin's Ferry at
IOES reasonable prices and easy tonus. For
furthor particulars apply to 0. 11.
grnilo Wood. mr
| Q|](| * 1 " 1 " ^
DtMIXI Is the no plus ultra o( Inioct l
doitroyors. It nevor falls. V3 emits.
OMuiinUiln link* t'Krk and Itotnrn.
J July 28 to August 23, th* liiiltltnoro
& Ohio Company will sol) excursion
tickets from Whoollng to Mountain
. Uike l'ark at 14 00 lor tho round trip,
#ood returning until August 81.
Ilr|rn l'rom To.day On
We offer Ladles' low Shoos ol all kinds
IIU ?t greatly roduootl price, L V, Blond.
ItOBttKTT, FHKW DUAD. _
v l'urntu* Peuootully uwuy uftcr' a Uriel"
About,half past four o'clockyoaterday J\
temoon Mr. llobort T. Frew died at / *
ig homo at 140 Eighteenth atreet, altar J \
ling conlined to tba house just quo
eek. His illness originated from a '
iro foot, which troubled bim for a
juibor of woeke, and Dually developed
to blood poison, wbloli developed Into A|-?
opiy of tlie liuurL This win tba tuiealate
oaunti of death.
Mr. Frew had boon in tbo oiuploy of
iccesalve publishers of tbo Ihtkllilibn.
:k for ovsr thirty years, with an interil
spunt in the army, lie had for
?ur? boon nuwa presaiuau, and before
lat was a pressman in the job room.
o was born in Steubenvillo, Ohio, in
>44, and came to WhoeliiiK with the
uiily in 183a, and this city lias been
b home ever since. He entered the
rrKLMUBNCiiH otllce as n boy, but left it
utober 17, Itkil, to enlist under Copt.
'illiaui Morgan in Company K of the
irat Virginia Volunteer Infantry, aud
j soryoa faithfully till tho end of the
ar, being honorably diuchurijod July
, 18(13, when his regiment was musred
out. lie soon roturned to his
rmer occupation and has faithfully
rved the Xmtui.i.ihuncuu ever since.
lie was a brother of Mr, John Frew,
tho 1kt?li.iqkmc]iu, and of Council- 1
an Alox. Frew. Ua loaves a wife to
ourn the Ipsa of a devoted and allocliimKiiiwl
Mliu linn ttiM ilriniinilt I
mouthy in her ailliuliau.
He'tiring and quiet in hit disposition,
3 yet ponnesuod in u puculinr deuroe
10 friendship of ttioao associated with
m, ua well as nil who knew Win well, i
id itli memory will long be oberiehed
r inuny true friends.
The funeral will occur Thursday
tornoou ut 3 o'clock (roin l>(s late re?enco,
tho interment being at the
FAILICD TO AlUIST.
ty Commit wun UuiiMo to Hucuro u
guuruui I-isI KvonliiK.
A meotiiii! of the city council was
lied for lust ovoning, but as a quo- ,
m wua not obtainable in tho second
anch nothing was done. It was some
no alter H o'clock when tho second
id first brnnch inombers procoeded to
elr rospcctivo chambers. Chairman
aterhouie called the lower branch to
der, wlum it was found thut thero
ire three less than a quorum prosent,
id as there wm no prospect of getting
o three, Mr. ltobertson moved thut
o branch adjourn; the motion prutiled,
though thoro was somo opposi>n.
In tho Urat brauch thoro wus a
lorum, aud they ware about to proed
with biminmB?consideration of
o ordinance granting tho Wheeling &
Im Grove road a franchise for the
io of certain stroets in liust Wheelr?trhon
it bncamo known that the
cond had adjourned, and tho first
llritvtw) fall i I
None of tho business that would liavo
iino up for action was of a vory prensg
naturo, and cau rest until tho ueit _____
Mlirttlk'a Ferry Council.
A regular meeting of Murtin's Forry
luncll was hold last evening at which H
naiderable business was transacted.
10 bill of Engineer Carter, of Now
ork, for proparlng plans for a coinoto
sowerago system for the city of
artin's Kerry camo up for coneidorajn
and it was ordered paid. It was C1/-*! 1
icidod to iasuo bonds to pay Mrs. I UU
rwln $'.',000 damages, caused by tho
mth of hor husband; sho was about
enter suit against tho city. After
mo discussion it was decided to g
coivo propositions from the two oloc- ______
Ic railway companies and any other
iicorns. for tho lighting of tho streets
When it became known after tho
eotlng of the city logislators that tlioy
id dooldod to pay Enginoer Carter's
11 for plans furnished for u soworago
stem, thero was somo indignation
notig citizens, and it is almost cortaln
at the naiociation of taxpayers, latolv
lionized as a "holdor back" to council,
111 got out an injunction restraining
10 pnymont of tho bill. Tho ground
r tho association's confldonco that
lay can provont tho payment of the bill
that thero is no money in the propor
nd from wbicu this bill should bo
Fatai. noirloct ia a little short of iu)- f
du. Tho consequences of u neulectod
ild aro too wall kuoivn to noed rupoiit- I
g. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup I
iros n cough promptly. Hold by all
lalors on ft guarnntoo of satisfaction. \
Boston Brown brood at the liotall
opnrtpont of the Wheeling Bakery
-day at popular prlcos.
At Lnkoi Eric.
Tnko a rost nt tlio Inko. Flsliing,
ailing, boating und excursions. I.ow
itos by tlie week at bow Hotel Griliiu,
WIIKKMVO llutcliora' A Mortal Ion will
von llurboouo In commotion with their
on Jo on Aiitfiiat J). Thoro will bo a rujwtg
of Uvo houd of cattle.
Buoine Pabtb is nbsoluteiy tho best
ctorminator of ruts and mice known.
id is notllablo lo get scatterod around
ko artlelos in n powdor iorm, causing
3.1 ill to children aud othors in tljo
Rsmemdkr that Prof. Khoff, tho optian,
has removed from Lash's, and is
ow at hit nuw quartors, 1110 Main
rcot, and is bolter prepared than ovor
L'foro lor oxnminliig oyoa and fitting
nsses. Eyos examined for glasses
llliout charge. ws.tw
! Oonts' Russia Loathor Shoos; wo
ave them in all stylos at roducod '
rices. L. V. Bi,oNn. \
PUREST AHD BEST.
HALVES, 10 . QUARTERS, 5f.
THE HUB CLOTHIERS.
Has run nearly to the end of its rope.
We're glad, but we're anxious; we
want them out, but we know lots of
you are counting on coming in atthe >
eleventh hour. We shall keep our
promise, as we always do. These
gi8, 115, |S 14 and #12 qualities
shall go at
as long as there's a garment left on
the tables; but disappointment stares
you in the face. There are not over
two hundred suits, counting both
Sucks and Cutaways, only a handful
of what we had when we started
this greatest of all suit sales. It all
hinges on your being first on the.spot.
Nothing overlooked in this greatest
of all reduction sales. During* this
week we'll place on sale every pair
of Light Trousers In our regular 26,
?5 50 and $5 line, to make a quick 5
and clean sweep of 400 pairs, for-this *
week, $3 99. I
Still over one hundred of those.elegant,
All-Wool Children's Suits,
former price 15 00 and $6 00. We
must clean out all we've left?this - f
; * week. You'll be astonished at-the :;
quality, $3.^8. *
POSTPONE EVERYTHING BUT THIS. \
11 JU I 1 u u,
rteenth and Market Streets.
QljlTABLE CREDIT SYSTEM-HOUSE & HERMANN.
MAN IS ^ 1 1
CHORT OF CASH
V o SOMETIMES,
\ And its those times when he can appreciate
what a generous accommodation our
EQUITABLE CREDIT SYSTEM
is. It takes the place of ready money.
without saddling you with the burden
of full and immediate payment. It
makes a financial Sampson of you.
Lets you cut your bill up into as many
"bites" as you see fit All we require is
that you will keep your "promises" when
they fall due. Surely anybody can do
that. Anybody can get credit here?
this "Equitable" sort.
louse & Herrmann,
THE HOME FUKNISIIEK8,
1300 Main Street, Wheeling.