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HOT WEATHER WE*
U0TWEA1
Dress as you may
when it ought to. Bi
that is meant to meai
fortable as possible.
Men's Neglige
Laundried Madras?li
$r 50 and $2 00.
Wash Ties!?
In Madras, Percale a
orings.
Summer Und
In Gauze, Ealbrieaari
Greenland if yoifput
CHEVIOT SUIT
m gotmanT
' BETAIL OKPARTM
SUMMER SILKS-G
STIFEL & CO.
UMMERand
WIVHL SILKS.
THe t ipRETTIEST
I ATTERNS.
AND CHOICEST STYLES.
We have one more lot of those
Turkish Bath Towels, large size, at
10c EACH,
worth double, but this lot will be
sold at the old price.
Geo. e. m
^STIF
BARGAIN BULLE
E.B. P
Bargain
MAIN AND TENTH ?
o)
o
We have just purchased at
? of the KOCHfc-STER CLOTH
_ on the market for a few days al
- Bargain hunters will do well to i
o from their opening announcemi
& pose to close the balance of the i
I Croat Rnrtoti
jj UIUUl liuuiiuun
| $123,000 Worth of
o from the Big Fire i
tt
5 The largest fire that has vlsl'
curred in the wholesale clothing'
dreds of thousands of dollars w
ti But $ 123,000 worth of Fine C
c the Insurance, the entire stock
3 VV. Va., and will be sold for hi
o
c
3 ^iMioisro- THS
g Mon'a $4 50 3ulta eo at i
6 Mfln'c Mon'a 5 00 nnd $3 50 f5i
iVlclJ b Mon'a 0 oof ff(j 50 nt?d 5
? _ Mon'a 8 00 and ?3 50 3i
Finp Mon'a 0 00 and *10 00 i
11 iC Mon'c J1 00 and $11 SO i
c* r Mon'a 12 00 and $14 00 5
t oUltSl Men's 15 00 and ?10 001
? Mon'a 17 00 and ?IK 001
* Mon'a 10 00 and ?i0 00 !
If you cuu match tboao goo Ja to
Z. you xvill much oblige us by rotumii
d fund your money. This ia as p?a!n
X mean exactly what wo any.
Mon'a $1 00 Good Work
ej Mon'a 1 25 I'anta, aplo?
i: Jlilon'c Mon'a 1 CO, 51 75 and !
O iVICll b Mon'a S 00 I'anta, our 1
C Mon'a Kino jhtnt?, oxtr:
r; Mon'a $0 50 and ?1 00 1
Po ntc Mon'a 4 ."0 ami 75 >'
q * cllil?>* Mori's 5 00 and ?5 50 F
it iU-, l??n?c nt...
g Mon's 0 00 i'anttf ut....
Apttln we mako you tbo offor?t
you tlio moauy for nuy poods wo sell
of die word, an'I worth double tiio ?
rf plios to our lino of Clotliinj?.
_
& Coys' Pant* tro At..
Rn\7C* U?ya'-iOc I'nnts, o tiron
6 Boys'.r>0o I'nnts, bitr so
J linya'Wc I'rtnti, ostra
0 Ouitb Boys' 5:1 40 Suits, n ?p?J
V ori/1 Boys' I 50 Suits at
? anu Uoyv l 73 ami $2 00 U
Boys' if 50 Kino Droa*?
r J dlllS. Hoys' .'I ?K) dncl'f.r'0 F
?7 Boys' 4 00 ami S'> 60
*Spot Catti thunderbolti uro ttio cmum
:! r /nil yalui t ov ny rt OUr . chli
1 .* (.font* lit!) out of Mid uucti'# jiu?l4'
ftr( it a1'! wbtcb will outlu i? tint . !
^?5. B. F
Mjln and Tontli Stri
[R-H. GUTMAN & CO. .
'HER WEAR.
?
the mercury will climb and climb?
it we've; gathered every going thing
nt to make your summer dress comFor
instance?
:e Shirts!
nk cuffs?Si oo and ?i 25, usually
nd Cheviot, in all the newest colerwear!?a
and Jeans. You'll think you're In
'em on.
Are cooler than vou thin?:. The
v: 4U?.
^viiiu uiwv?3 uiiiwu,;ii liiuiu ircciy.
We've gotan elegant assortment.
CO., SIX FLOORS.
i:nt, main am>twkt.fth sts.
eo. c. stifelico
HAVE YOU NOTICED!
The beautiful Summer Dress
Fabrlcslnourwlndow? They're
only a handful compared to the
line shown Inside.
DAINTY SWISSES AND LAWNS
I>' THE VKKTTIEST PATTERNS.
also rr.Aiv.
PERCALES, ZEPHYRS, DUCKS,
AVP T.ASTI.Y THOSE
PIN-STHIPKD f DUCHESS
You UttVQ b'^n waiting tor.
TOURISTS^*We
have CANVASS TELESCOPES
in all sizes, from loto
30 inches, at about half the
usual price paid for them.
Dock Suits and Siiirt Waists!
0EAVQ1TARTKKM AT
a ss ??
EL & co:s
niM-E. B. POTTS.
OTTS'
Bulletin I
ITS., Wheeling, W Va.
. . _?2
o
Assignee's sale the entire stock o
IING CO., and place the same ?
prices that will move the goods, g
all early. The following extract o
nt speaks for Itself, and we pro- g
stock at still lower prices. o
? tl-__ i f
if Firs Mm! i
Fine Clothing Saved a
it Rochester, N. Y. 3
led Rochester, N. Y? in years oc- o
district on St. Paul street. Hun- ^
orth of Clothing were destroyed.
ilottilng was saved; and to settle g
has been removed to Wheeling, 2.
ilf price or 50 cents on the dollur. g}
GOODS A.R.E1 I
:hla ?lo ?t 2 OB J?
lltR at ... 3 B7 ?
!7 00 Huita at .. t 4 00 M
iiltH nt... 5 7r? p
>uit* nt own
iultt ttt...... 7 05 ~
Suite ut 0 S3 5
suite at ID 75 n
Suite at 12 C;J h
Suite nt 13 75 p
t
r loss than double our prlco nuy wliero, ??
3g tho duuio and wo will choorfully ro- 7*
uud fair ae wo can rnaku it, cad wo g
n
:lnc Pnnta at CS <
value, at.................v. 97 o
S200 PaoU nt |1 IS <
Croat lon'Jur, nt 1 ,'J7 p
i value, nt I 02 3
'uiita nt 1 93 ?T
nuts ot - 2 02 <5
iintd nt 2 90 c
- a 37 j
. 3 *i
P
hut la, wii hereby rrunrantoo tn refund ?
if not fully batisfactory i? every Hondo
imouut of tho price. Thia otfor ap- <
0
c
19 5:
it bargain at. LH) ^
Hera at &*> ??,
vnlue at -is q
icial tlrivo nt H7 c
!>S n
rcn? HuitH nt. iI q
Suits nt 1 02 g
ino Dress Sui(4 ut 1 95 H
<u\H nt 2 \>o ?>
I our \VAVI>Kltn*f, StVrK?. uil >\i.- p-?V!c
>; o t tn icjr u'l-l iii'lu '< h.i .! u' n Mto
aiy otJjor ttiu? you will *jo wiiuu v:?.
> siutitM ti ?ok U >-'?l 1
=>OTTS.#aotii
Whoellnz. W. Va.
THE PENALTY IS DEATH
And It !a Ttmo It In Vlalted os odd
of the Brutes
WHO OUTRAGE LITTLE MEN.
A Peculiarly Aggravated Cave Derel*
opufl Yesterday?An Italian Sent to
Jail Lout fCtffhfi by Squire Glllcapy.
ana Another In CtMtotfy on a Mtnllar
C'Uurtfo?TUe "Otacfc Dlauoml"
Again.
Squire Gilleepy bad before blra last
fitj?ht a caso of peculiarly igffravatud
character. The priaouer *aa arrested
fhortly after noon yurtotday by OtHcer
Herbert. He if known among bia
acquaintances as "Italian Jim," but
Save his name an Giovanni Etmgi. iio
it one of tho denizena ?f what U known
as "the Block Diamond," the dive in
the roar of tbo ealoon lately run by
Lotrts Bachelli. lie Is o hurfl-faced
man, of medium holfiht, stoutly built,
and probably botwoen thirty and forty
yeftra of mo.
r?angj is BCCU90U 01 ruin.-, ui? viuuiu
being Mina Grift, a giil nino yeara old.
Under the stato law tho penally of his
alleged crime is death. Otlensci of tho
ewno character bavo been alarmingly
frequent in tho past fow yoars, but tlio
extreme penally hoa no* been meted
out in one ca6<v
Tho crime is alleged to havo boon
committed on Monday, July U. It was
uot known of until yesterday, however,
the iittfo girl anil her companions being
rffraid to (ell tho circumstances.
Yesterday it waa discovered that tho
child had contracted a lonthsomo disease,
and when she waa questioned tho
truth came out
Tho story told by the witnesses at tho
hearing luut oveningwas pretty Btraight,
and while tho main facia came tmdor
tho observation of three children only,
there was abundant corroboratlvo testimony.
The rattletrap of o housotn which
Mrs. Grist and her three childrou live
ia notorious, ami ougbl Ion# ni:o to havo
been cleaned ont. Two Italians had a
room in it. Jim, according to tbo little
girls' story. Invited three of them,
Mina and Pearl Grist and Effio Atkinson,
into h is room. Thoro he madoan
assault on all three of them, after lockiug
tho door. J'earl slipped under tho
l>e<l and hid behind a box. ElBo also
kept out of tho brute's dutches, but
.Mina foil a victim to his unnatural nasslon.
A boy uamed Farrell, wuoso
mother lives in thosamo houso, tried to
get into tho room, but found tho door
locked and was told by Jim that he
could not come in.
Mrs. l'arrell testified to tho chtld'B
condition. When Sarl^l interrupted
her, eb? told htm vary emphatically
that if her child had been tho victim
sho would havo riddled him with
bullets, and that eho wished tbo men
present had grit enough to take blm
out and bang him,
Tho child is a bright oyed.durk haired
littlo eirl, quite pretty, as is her sister,
who ja not mucii ouicr. iuoy uru cuw
dren of Charles Grist, an ox-policomnn,
now living soparato from hlg wifo.
Snuiro Gillcsuy sont Jiia toJail without
nail. lloalgosont Mrs. Grist and
hor two children and Mrs, Atkinson
ami hor child to jail to bts dotmnod as
witnosHos.
In tho investigation of tho caso it was
developed that another iutuato of tho
divo, kuown eg "Spanish Hull," but
giving his right nanio as .Too Fritz, alias
.Too Gretfor, had tried to scduco tho littlo
Atkinson girl, and offered bora quartor.
IIo was also lockod op for a hearing.
Tho Iniquity o{ this placo is unepeakable,
incredible, almost inconceivable.
If there is no law to rid tho community
of such a hotbed of vieo and crime and
degradation the laws are woefully woak.
It Is inoxplicablo that aftor all tho
causos of complaint on moral and sanitary
grounds that have been shown to
exist thoro a decent community romains
indifforont to ita continued oxistenco.
In alinoHt any other nlnco tho people
would not tolarato such a filthy, vilo
bole for n single day.
A FIGHT IN A3TVAV1LL13,
Aufl uu I?tani1 Ku?1deiit In Umlly Used up.
Vnrloti* Hforlr*.
Ucnjamln Boom, residing on North
Huron atroot, Island, had ten or twelvo
gashes cut in bis head In frout of Lewis
Frick'a saloon, on tho corner of Fourth
ui.u iiciie?uu cuwvj, vii v,
requiring: fourtoon stitches.
Thoro nro aovoral versions of tho
affair. One eye witness says that Boors
was flitting on tho curhatono on tlio op*
poslto side of Jefforaon atreot, that
tfcott Gordon walked over, aakod him
if ho ent*l that ho could lick two men
llko him, and Boors repllod tu the
afRrnmtivo, when Gordon struck him
on tho liond several times, took a rest,
then recumed tho assault, all of which
titno Boors wan eittlns on tho curb and
wo:? not in condition to defend himself.
This tamo tfontloaian nays that thoto
wore eoveral men sitting "on tlio curb
and nono of them ottered to defend
Hdor*. Scott Gordon aavs (bit Beers
Inanlfed Lira and told him bo could
lick Mm. nnd that ho itruck Boom who
fell on tno brick pavoinonfc, hood first,
thou rollod ovor.
Matt Gray corroborates the statement
of Gordon and so does Churlov I'ott?.
A!! of tlio men mentioned aroomplovod
nt tho .Ktnn-iStundnrd miils and had
boon ilrfnklnj*. Warrants worn isjuod
yofitorday for cneh of the four. After
the frarnri oecurrod Scntt Gordon wont
to the mayor's olllco and told what ho
hud douo and wa* tlnod $3 and cofts.
.i:tiui.SJ.nn?l(iriJ imrnrpiirtH Ailjiitlcd.
President Gsrlaud ami tho executive
hoard of tho Amalgamated Association,
collect in;: of MMsrs. Jirottio, itouums
ati'l H:uiors, mot with tho uiatiagotuont
of tli?) .F.tua-Stnnd&rd uittU yoatorduy
and n djuslod the two dittoronco*. For
hnndllnt; t!io douldo fltool slabs the moil
aro to rocoivo $1 per ton rxtra, in-tend
uf $1 *><), anil (ho tnuck mill miostiou
wfla adjusted in a manner entirely untiefactory
to tho dtuployoru and employ oh.
Evcry'thln# Ib now ready to jro to work.
You cau never liavo a really ^'ood complexion
uuti! tho Impurity id deaimed
from your Mood. What vou need ii a
thorough courao of Ayor o Sartmparillo,
which iu absolutory froo from all harmful
Ingredients, and therefore, perfectly
(into. _
JJoncBT W. Kvrn has tbo Fitt<?hurj;h
Filter iu all tor doiuoatic aud
manufacturing purposes
Tut*. Pan-ltatidlo Pvoing
iiM-nt, owticd by John lleiltnolor, u* N.?.
1 J'l! Market Htrcot, i? the host equipped
Iiouhu of itji kind i i Win-#-! ne. in jtddltio:i
to tli'i dyeing ?tid cleaning dop?rtmont*
a corpi of lliet-cWis^ wlora aro
cinployod, who can do rupairlnu ns n??at
it is possible. Clothes and ladies'
jtarmcntv, clo'auad or dyod. can ho uiudo
to look hlto aow. batiafacdou guaranteed*
WIND UP
" " Sale of Shoes.
ALL SUMMER GOODS.
ALL BROKEN LOTS.
At Prices Regardless of Values.
LAMES- FISH GOODS, SI 30.
JTorfA oHjjfnotty $1 ?J0 to $3 00.
| BOY.*, MtSSR?, CHILD REX'S,
At ttco-Oiints pritf.
BLACK ASD TAX. BrtUr l*k
than up. It viU pay you biq.
We DM't Sav Anfthlnft Wa Don't Mmd.
I * ?
Alexander,
SHOE SfXlEII, 1011) *tlo fitreoL
A THVSTY RlilKKA A DItKAlt '
! A Coovlcf Txratr* flit Ooo4 TTmr rmd
Makes a Uot CIm?cs
I Enptnee? Dan L GchaotTer, of the
penitentiary, yesterday was talcing
WlllfQm Collin*, a Crusty, with blin to
tbo IJaltlmoro & Ofito depoi Co assist
him la fltOnsr eoiaa piping. Whod tboy '
bad srono down about lies* & M<!
Million's planing tnill. Colling asked to
ro over there for tl moment. Ho was
granted permission anil Scbacffer (
watted (or him to como bav.fr> bnt bo
dSdu't como, so ho thought bo had bettor
boo whore ho was. Lie, too, wont
over, and to hie astonishment saw Col- i
Una breaking for tbo lialtfinoro A- Ohio
railroad tracks and almost to thorn.
Fcbaet/or started In hot ptirsuif across
tho Inmbor yard after him, and tiually
succocdod iii catcliinjj him near tbo
bridco oror Lafayetto Avenue. It was
rainor a not caaeo ior tuts *?uu oi ;
weatbur. I
Collins fa from WbocNog and was i
serving a two yearg term, un<l his time
would boon ont shortly. Uo was 03- .
corted back to (ho pen and will now
have to servo hU full torm, loatna all |
tho good titno ho had mndo, which was j
two mouths and thlrtdon davt. Tho
prlaori olltcial* thought it would be inj- |
possihlo to got him to go away, and ;
thoy trusted him around most any j
plaCD. ilo had had sovoritl other hotter
chances to have cone, but ho never j
weouied to toko u notion to go until ?es- j
terday.
MfW
Yoatorday's Pittsburgh Timet says:
Henry IC. Liat, of Wheeling, yoslor*
day forwarded toSupcrlntendontUeort'o
II. Anderson, a resignation of hid place
on tho provisional commit toe, appointod
bv tho Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce
to advance tho Interests of tho
proioctod Erio ship canal, saying his
health would not normlt him to sorvo.
IIo saffgeetod that Frank J. Iloarno, tho
head of tho RlvorsMo iron works, of
Wheeling, bo appointed In his stead.
Mr. Iloarno is a merabor of tho Duqueano
club, of Pittsburgh.
9
Coma, Spn uvBi/oon,?ConRr*i?n<w.
k. c. McLnc. Esq., of
KrmjsiixsiUe, Prince**
Anne Co- va* writes x
_ "whoo I commenced
takfngyour Itticovrry'
1 very low with a
k ? cough, and at Urnc* epic
I up tourb Mood. 1 was
I cot nUe to do tho letot
IB 0 work, but tnort of tho
dp I W tirccwM In fcod. I ay
\t , , It all run-down, very
\* L.J) iJ ?.? (> .nr K/..H nn< <ll?
1 y ay. and f ^rua extremely .
I Vr-^V fiw?poovii'nt. Tbo first
yAv VA botU<' I look did not
f,\Vv^vbl eocm to do oft tnucb
v ^ K0^* but I had faith in
* continued twits;* It
> yf \,i until I had takfo flffwu
*** bottle*. and ww I do
if. it n irriTV Fot ,onk nor feci Uko
lis. K. 0. irciiO*. fbeiniRO iron I was ouo
yt ur atfo. People or? ftbtot?leh<"d. and wy,
prf u. Ui't ymr this time I would not Imvo
thought thut you would bo llria? uow- 1 can
thatkifully buy I am entirely ctiml of ? dtschm
which. l>??t for your wonderful 'ul&cnvcry,'
would have resulted In my death."
DIED.
TBAVIP?At Moun3rMllo Cnta;) Gronnflf. on
WMtieS'lav. Jniv I*. 1S9|, nt 5 t?. ui.. Mary
P.. only child of I Fairy D. ond Maud Truvl#,
a^td 7 Ulfinthl.
Funeral ?ervlcc* at C.itnp Ground* on Friday
m.irnlujr ot 10 o'clock. Intfrraont ot Greenwood
Comoloryon arrh'nl of 1:30 o'clock B. ?i
0. train at d.'pot
UNO ERTAKING.
JjCDIS BERTSCBV,
(roRMEKt.r or mrw ? mntwcnr).
Funeral Director ana
Arterial Embatmer,
111C Main Sfrort El??t Side.
Ctllt by telaphOBO anwre.1 iUy of nlfht
ivlei'hnuf* <i?,: r?**ij?ne . .V?. ?rv7
ATTHE
TKCSIT LEAD
As something first-rata the Majestic !;
K. HO'
;
-CLOTHING H0U3C-P. Gl
# SDPPO
you had opened our store in place ol
made up the best stock of TallorWouidn't
the prices be as moderate
other reason than mere expediency
Wouldn't you? Well, putyourse
while you are In our place if y
(rouble to look around you'll
done just as you would have
qualnted.wlth our buslnes;
two things worth k
D. Gundling ^ i
Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 '
REAM FgJ
The above Cut is i
production of one of the
of Binding the Intellige
BINDING World's
Fair Art
. . .A-ISTD
SIGHTS and SCENES oi
Bring in your Books
possible, and we will
ready for Delivery inside
We will supply I
fv ? r\
LJesrroyea rarts ai iuc
In order that ever}
may be able to preserve
tiful pictures we will Bii
Binding especially prep;
excellent work, handsoi
and Embossed in Cold
lowing low Prices:
Enalisli Silk ClotU (Three Styles)
lialf Morotca
Full Morocco ....
Full Russia ...
"TOPU^
LYNDh'URST!
EACLE ALTAIR!
STERLING!
'THE ZPK^CESS
::oc:<j tliein ail out as ^75. If you want a 1
GE COMPANY,
INOLlMa A CO.
SE *
F us, would you have
made Clothes (onR?
i as possible, if forno
and self-interest?
If in our ptace and
-ou will take the
! find we have
done, get acs
methods?
nowlng. .
&' Company,
Twelfth Street.
BINDING f
an exact remany
styles
ncer has for
Portfolios
'the WORLD.
as soon as
have them
i of ten days.
Damaged or
ents each.
r Subscriber
these beauid
them in a
ired for this
nely Bound
, at the fol
- 7oe
- $1 00
- - - 1 Zo
1 35
3I03ST.?
-r- - &
tVhse! you want the tost.
HKADQt'AKTKHS.
3 MAHKET STHEF.T.
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