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TABLE LIWCW SALE-STONE A THOMAS.
Stone
^Thomas.
TABLE LINEN SALE!
There will be some?JiveIy Table Linen selling in this
"* - ,1'- 1?-"-U*- n miniifo/'hiror cflvoral
store tms weeK. we uuugm num a nnuiuiuv,.... ?
hundred pieces for a little more than half what they are
worth, and we are going to sell them the same way.
LOT I contains 40 pieces 54 inch wide Fancy Table Linens, some
qualities never before retailed less than 25 cents.
Sale Price 12^ Cents.
LOT 2 contains 28 piices 56, 58 and 60 inch wide Renfrew and other
well-known makes of 40c, 45c and 50c Red Table Linen.
Sale Price 25 Cents.
LOT 3 contains 15 pieces Half Bleached 54 inch wide Table Damask,
worth 35c.
Qnlo Priro 00 flfints.
LOT 4 contains 28 pieces 58 inch wide Cream Table Damask.
Quality retails everywhere 50c.
Sale Price 34 Cents.
LOT 5 contains 16 pieces 58 inch wide Cream Table Damask, with
Red Border, worth 60c and 05c.
Sale Price 36 Cents.
LOT 6 contains 18 pieces G8, 70 and 72 inch wide Bleached Table
Damask. Undoubtedly worth Sr, $1.25 and Si.35.
Sale Price 84 Cents.
i IOO Dozen, 18x34, Bleached Towels, i
j - BAX.E PHXOB 10 OBIJTa. ?
Stone
Thomas.
SUMMER COMFOT)TflBLES.-GEO. M. SNOOK &. CO- 1
Bicfc
j??the COVERS OFF,
1 Cast 'Em Aside I
?a>
We mean the heavy bed coverings you might possibly still have
in use, for there are covers to be hid that are a COMFORT,
both literally and figuratively. They are the Feather-Weight
SUMMER COMFORTABLES !
Made from gauzy but strong silKaunes ana ron^ces, v-omioriauics
that are filled with the lightest, fluffiest cotton procurable.
These can be seen in Main street window, marked 33
for choice?S2 75 and S2 95 were the former prices.
SPARKLING spring water,
!? -? of storo.
Geo. m.
_SNOOK&CG.
NfeGLJGEE SHIRTS?M. J. M'FA DP EN.
j How to Keep Cooi! # j
f W23AR 3VIo3P^X>ID32:3>J'ei 0 f
. NICE THIN UNDERWEAR and {
P COOL NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. J
4 OKr '?r FINK IIAI.IMIOOAN HUMMKIt HIIIKT8 AND DUAWKllS, A ,
9 feOC In nil ?!r<% w
A 2R?, 35c. OOr nn?l "5i* for olegMilNoKligoeSlilrti, in nil blzo*. .VMJnlccHtyloilOfcoloct from, d
; mpfaddkn'si cheapest store in wheeling }
^ IliUl Xll/l/Ull kJ 1320 and 1322 Markot Stroot. }
f ' WK Cl.OSK AT fl O'CI.OCK F.XCF.FT HATUUI>AV. jf
SHOES-J-C- LOCKE 4. CO
STACK, ADAMS & CO.'S
OEIiEnXlATBtJ Jy j
CORDOVANS!
BEDUCKD FROM 1*0 TO $5.
Fr?ncli Cnir, Kami Kowcd, friMti 13 In 91. (Jrimlni* Kiitignroo, llnml Howmil, from
Sr. to S4. I'utoni Lantliors from S3 to 4. If you tiifcu tiilvuotuifo of llilnmil you wtivo
Ju?t 91 on every paly.
+ LOCKE'S.
FUNEHAL OIHCCTORa
G MENDEL A CO..
. 11M Jills' 8TTEECT.
Funeral Directors.
Prompt Attention Day or Night.
Store Telephone. No. 41 O. Ed. Mcodcl'i
Rwiflwnce T*?!et?booe. No. L no?
21ir3nft%cnrcr
OfMr? i No*. SO and S7 Ponrt??nth S?r??t.
Sew AdvertlcemeoU.
A^ent* Wantod-Germsn American Mutual
Ufa Auoclatlon.
For Kent?James A. Henry.
fV) Keward.
Crepe Tluno Paper?Nlcboll's Art Htora
l>on't Drink?Kwlo* Dros.
Acme Floor Reduced?Albert tftolx? 4 Co.
I'lUuty Preaenta-titan ton'i Old City Uookdtcro.
Ll?t'? KxcoUlor Raklnx Powder.
VOil TUE HOT WKATHKR.
An vlepint lino of Hergei. gulled for tbo
hot w?ntliMr. Wlilctl WO will niuke Up on
khort notice.
Our $1 DO a unit French llalbrlggau Uoderwrnr
ur?i an excellent uunllTr and a
Kmt banaln C. II KM ^ SONS',
Fa?hlom>Blr>Tallornanri Gent'* l'urnlshcri,
I31il aud 1383 Market Ktreot.
gd&jSSBBBfNto* tvated for'tfUtt/e
fruo of chargo by
' ' JACwn W* GBUim,
?,,nuj Market aud
LOCAL UtiKvines.
Mutters of Bllnor Moinuut lu am' About
the CUjr.
Opera IIoubK this evonine?DockBtader'n
Minetrelf.
The work of laying the now Howor on
Thirteenth streot east of Jacob is noarIng
completion. ^
Jamrh McMaho.v, of North WhooMng.
will manage both tho Top mill and
Martin's Ferry blast furnacos.
Tin: WhooMng stool plant will resume
operntioua \Vednoaday morning, and
run as long aa the supply of iron holds
out.
City Clerk Tiiomkr yesterday aftor
. \Cl,_?li Mn.lp an, I
noon WUIU uutf I.U I! UHUmui; VUI'KUVI
brought in twenty-five gold fish for the
basin of tho Pax ton fountain.
Forty-os z cobos In^ll appeared in tha
polico court yesterday. Three men wore
Bont to tho hill. Mrs. Bresock, a plain
drunk, was sent to jail. Sho loft a seveninontha-old
baby at homo when arrested.
Mrs. Grist nnd Mrs. Atkinson, late
InmntoB of the Black Diamond dive, on
Market stroot. who ligarod in tbo uuHavory
Karigi caio, were yestordav sent
to tho infirmary, whoro their children
already were.
In digging ditches for soworo about
town, tho earth has boon found dry to
a dopth of sovoral foot bolow the surfnco
of tho streets, doopor than any of
tho experienced diggers remowbor to
havo found it bofore,
This year's corn crop will bo noarer a
failuro than for mAiy yoars oait. Good,
drenching ruins, long continuod, might
rnako half a crop yot, but it is scarcely
oxpoctod thero will ovon bo that, and
tho quality will be poor at boat.
A telegram was rocoivod at polico
hoadquartors last night asking the ofBcors
to arrest and hold Charles Wiles, a
thirteon-yoar-old hoy who ran awuy
from his home at Midway, Washington
county, Pa., yesterday, and was supposed'to
havo come horo.
Tjie Charles Johnson mentionod in
tho JJollairo items tho othermorning as
(miner rnfnrrnd to in a luttor loft bv
Mine Whittio, who committed suicide
at Barnosvillo, should-not bo confused
with Charles Johnston, now in tho employ
of tho Baltimoro & Ohio company
at Bonwood. It was a diflbront maa altogether.
The Lyilo II. Hold.
Tho stoaraer Lyde H. was sold at
Pnrkorsburg yesterday by order of the
United States court, to pay claims
gainst her. She was bid in by Capt.
Mack Gamblo, for his brothor-in-law.
The prico paid was $4,060.
Transfer Kooorded.
Tho following transfor of roal estate
was recorded at Clork Hook's oflico
yostorday:
August C, by Michael Connor and
wifo to Thomas N. Jliggins, for $lf'2Q0,
the* east half of lot 53 in Caldwell's addition,
on Twonty-seveuth street, botweon
Market and Locust
The I.. K. Quartette.
Tho Lako Erio quartotto, of tho South
Bido, will go to Clovoland August 8,
whero thoy will be tho guoita of n
musical organization there. This quartotto
is muao up of Jero Haller, Harry
Vortlo, ilnrry McUann and Loo Gibson.
Thoy will bo ontortainod bv Air. Gibson
at his homo on South McOolloch etroot
this ovonlng.
Time to Ktiforce the Lnw.
In anothor column W. V. Ilogo, agont
for W. C. Buchanan, odors a roward of
?o0 for tho arrest and ponviction of tho
persons who broito ana toro down ntgna
warning trespassers oil his farm in Marshall
county on tho banks of Wheeling
crook. The reaidenta there are determined
to onforco tho law against all
trespassers, and considering tho nninbor
of deprodations roportod, it is a
wonder tlioy did not do so long ago.
ArroKtii by tlio Tulloo.
Lnst ovoning Sadie Morgan was raidod
at hor houso, 1001 Chaplino stroot,
by tho polico, and aho, one othor woman
and two men woro arrestod.
Jacob Taylor was brought in aa a disorderly
by Olficor Kohrlo.
A boy who said bin numo was Boutloy,
and that ho caino from Marshall
county, was put in by Officer O'Brien,
on suspicion that ho was a hoy who
ran away from his homo at Midway, Pa.
lit** Low Dockfttuitor Mtimtri'l Conipniiy.
Tho vocal department of the Lew
Doekstador Minstrol Company, which
appears at tho Opera ilouso this evening,
cannot bo surpaisod for quality.
Mr. lioorgo l'roaton, a rohunto tenor, in
one of tho latoatlo ioin tho troupo of
good things. He will rondor a ballad
that will bo whistlod on the Htronts
..firtf ?l.? iwiff?rnifiiiCM <\tititlnd ''TnUn
Baric tlio Engageuiout King." Mr.WilN
iuin Unlpon, with his full, rich, round
buritono voico. Mr. James Koy, tonor,
tho young man who introduced "Two
Littlo Girls in Uluo." Mr. Frank A.
Howard, I ho poworful baiao. Mr. J. S.
Torry, counter tonor. Mr. Kdwnrd l)arlin^r,'inalo
soprano, a uoxtotto hard to
match.
Iti'v. Gp.orgrStuaut will conduct tho
Horvicoa at tho Moumlsvillo camp
grounds from August Uth to 19tb.
A I'o|iiiliir
Entitled "Moo, Brothers, All," will bo
given nt tho Moundavillo Camp Grounds,
tVodnosday cvonlng, 8 o'clock, by tho
Kithblftnmuol Hirchborg, of Fort Wuyno,
Ind. Admission 25 conts.
Ik you want paving or flro brick, or
sowor pipo, go to Wost Virginia Band
Company, 1318 Wator at root. Tolophono
GUI. Ware rooms corner of ISolT
and Twouty-nlnth alrooU
UNPAID DOG TAXES
Ordorod to bo Oolloctod by Const abloa
at Oace
OR THE DOGS TO BE KILLED BY THEM
Tho Law to bo Enforced lor tho First
Time?Tho Oonntjr'a Assets and Liabilities
o? Statod In tho Annual Report?Lots
of Iloutlno Business
Transacted at Yesterday's Session
o 1 tho County Commissioners.
At tbo regular mooting yoatorday of
tho board of county commifiiionera
nothing was dono oat of tho routino excent
in regard to the unpaid dog tax.
A motion was inadc that tho delinquent
doe tax list be accepted aa returnod by
the ahoritf. It wad then directed that
tho law bo rigidly ouforced. In tho ro???
U Kna Kunti nriioUmllv ft dead
letter. It requires that wlion the tax
on a dog is not paid to tho sheriff tho
bill shall bo given to a constable, who
shall eitbor colloct it or shoot the dog.
Tho tax list amounted to $181, which
moans 3G2 dogs.
Tho following constables wcro dosignatod
to collect tho delinquent taxes in
the diffcront districts:
Washington, Thomas I>. Bonnotfc.
Madison, A. L. St. Myers.
Clay, Matthew Bennett.
Union, W. A. Lovo.
Coutre, Doui MorriB.
Webster, Jarnoi K, Larue.
liitchie, Kichard Boeckor.
Triadolphia, Thomas D. tiinitb.
Liberty, W. it. Honna.
Tho annual financial statoment, itemized,
was referred to tlie committoo to
bo printod in tho newspapers according
to law. The linauce coiumittoo's roport
recommended payment of bills aggrograting
$11,222 SO. In those, however,
were iucludod tho annual ealurica of tho
two assossors, $23,000, and $500 on Clerk
llook's laud book account; eheriU's
commissions of ?0,015; tho doliuquont
tax of $1,117 05, and $494 25 for printing
tbo delinquent list. County orders lor
$18,202 33 wero returned by tho sboriir,
and be was creditod with that amount.
The court house and jail committee
recommended for payment bills lor
$827.14. A petition from Clerk Hook
for a telephone in his oflico wus referred
to thia committee.
Tbo poor houso and farm committee
recommended tho payment of billa for
SWL1G out of tbo contingent poor fund,
and $ft4L74 on account of tbo infirmary.
Thoro wore iu tho infirmary in
August, 47 whito males, 17 white females,
2 colored malos and one colored
female, a total of 07 inmatoa.
Tho bills approvod by tho road and
bridgo committeo aggregated ?2,427.72.
In tho annual financial statement tho
county's liabilities uro staled aa follows:
4:90bonds, 4k pflr cent 1200.000 00
3:30 bonds, pur Ct'lit 100,(XX) 00
Iillls payable - ":i,0wi (O
Order* In transit - I'.C&l 7.1
Koail fHilda 1.4V* W
Tolb uuuxpoudcil 1,7m# 31
ASVKTtf.
Moucjr In German liank 9 201 b5
OUlu Klvor It It fctot'k ..... 20.0/0 (-0
P., W. Jt Ky. It H. *U?ck 1UO.OOO 00
W. II. A T. ft K. Mock 800.000 00
Kenl oaintfi and furniture I:?u..h?'i uO
Taxes lu buiula of nhi-rlll........ 40.577 U0
Total 5V.i7.07l fcl
Kxceeit of assets ovur liabilities 8211,71ft 00
This certainly ropreaonta a healthy
aud gratifying condition of allairs.
"Old Uohm" lloity.
William llooy, whoso ludicrous impersonation
of "Old Hobs" is woll rornemberod,
was tho first actor to ovor
wear a genuine beard upon tho stago in
this country. It was quito an accident,
bo wove r, as ono day coming into tho
theatro from a brief vacation at tho very
last moment, floey had noglectod to
shave. Tho shortness of tho tiiuo norossitntod
"Old Hobs'* appoarlnK unshaven
and unshorn. Tho appropriateness
of this raako-up with thccbaractor
of tho rumaging tramp was at onco apf>rociatod
by tho audienco and tho critcs.
llooy will bo horo Thursday night.
Tho salo of soats opens at llouso'e
music atoro this morning.
To Clt'unnc the System
Efloctually yet gontlv, wlion costivo or
bilious, or wlton the blood is impuro or
sluggish, to pormanontly euro habitual
constipation, to awakon tho kidneys
andlivorto a hoalthv activity, without
irritating or wonkoninir thorn, to dispol
headaches, colds or fevers uso Syrup of
Figs. ^
Camp Mkbtixci at tho MoundsvlUo
camp Grounds begins August 0 and onds
August 10. A welcomo to ovorybody.
OKO. K. STlFKt.A CO.'H Mlorc will clour
durlnj; tlut month of August nt 5:yu p. iu.,
Snturtliiy* vxcopttnl.
Loch Lynti Heights.
All tho stakos havo boen painted
whito, tho number of each lot and block
a*?n>r.n.l in Inrn/> hlm'h nn thn nniitj*.
which aro erected at tho intersection of
tho atrootfl, with tho namos of tho
atrocta painted in beautiful ietterH on
boards nailod on tho stakes. Taku u
map and jjo on tho grounds and you cau
readily find every lot, block and street
withoutanv assistance. Tho 8tru?ita aro
being graded, platforms oroctod, and
overvthinir boiiiR put in rondinesa for
tho big Halo. You can e<it maps at tho
poatoflicn or at Major Aldoraon'a cottage
at tho Mountain l.ake|Purk,nnd^you can
purclmso lote from him cheapor boforo
the solo than at or after tho muno. Tho
lota will bo Hold to tho highout biddor
at just what thry will brim, without reHtrictions.
Tho hotel will certainly bo
complotod by noxt juvinon.
Amnrirnu Water Works Annm-lnt Inn.
Tho Fourteenth Annual Mooting to
bo hold at Minneapolis, August 21. 22
and 211. Kato of ono laro and a third,
cortllicnto plan, has boon named for tho
vi'n hni? In rnll vmir utlim
tion to tho Chicago, Milwaukee *Nr St,
Paul railway (or the trip from Chicago.
.Solid voutihuled, olectricdightod trains*,
with the lltioBt coiupartmcnt, elcoping
and dining earn in tho world. Call on
oraddru.SB John 11. 1'otl, I'mtrirt I'aaHon^or
Agent, Willianmport, I*n., for
one of their vestibule leatlotH, showing
time of express trains and sleeping aud
parlor car ratos.
If you want paving or tiro brick, or
Howar pipe, go to West Virginia fc-and
Company, IMS Wutor street. To Inphouo
501. Ware rooint) 'corner of EoU'
and Twontyninth atreot.
If you nood Kl'P.OTACM?*. oyos tiro or howl
nrtit's wlioti rending or wwlnij, (NmimiiH ami
Iiiivo your I'.yi'i KxiiiiiIimmI f?r lilimn*,
WITHOUT CHA KGK, ?y ?Uu Only StiliiiitlUo
Optician in tho .Hint??,
PROF. SHEFF,
1110 Mala Street. Next Door tv tiaook A Co.
' len-Divr
THE NATURAL NEED-THE HUB CLOTHIERS.
THE MTURAL NEED!
Most Every Man
is IN THE
^Same Boat
The Coats and Vests are all right, but the Pants
are playing out. Can't be helped. Wear'll make
the best of them come to grief, bunch up at the
knee and fray out at the bottom. There's a remedy,
an easy dose to take, one that'll tone up
your suit and give you the use of it till Fall
changes the weights. Pick a pair from our
special sale of separate Trousers. There are
hundreds of pairs, in dozens of patterns, more
than we wished we had. Our wants and yours
will just even things up. You need 'em and we
don't. We've raided every grade. There isn't
price enough left to hinder everybody from helping
themselves.
$3.75, $3.50 AND $3.00 TR0DSER8,
NOW $2.48.
$6.50, $6.00, $5.50 AND $5.00 TROBSERS,
NOW $3.48.
There are Light, Dark and Medium Effects, in
the sweilest patterns of the Summer, and fit just
as well as if they were made for you. Now's
your chance while there's a choice, for the assortment
is shrinking e\"ry day.
See our window display of Wash Vests
that were $2.00, $1,7? and $1. jo. We predict a
clean sweep at the price, 98 CENTS.
Your money back for what you don't want.
TUP T-H fR
One-Price Clothiers, Fourteenth and Market Streets.
DELIGHTFUL SUMMER HOMES?
"?Public Auction I
AUGUST 9 -AJtTID lO, 1894. AT
LOCH LYNN HEIGHTS,
Mountain Lake Park, Garrott County, Maryland
TrimsOne-fourth cosh in Imncl, balunce In r.. 12 and IS months with Interest. A vendor*
Icin retained to secure purebwo monoy. A discount o( fi per cent for cash on day of unto, and no
additional discount of 10 per cent to parties promising to oroct o cottago to cost no lew than ZFti
within 12 monthi? from day of aula Also tho price of a rouud trip tickct will bo crodlted on tint
payment. Deed* in fee shnplo with covenant* of Ronoral warranty will beglvon to purchaser*.
lotN will 1?o Sold to tlio lli^liost lKlil?l?*r. No lt?>ntrictimiH or Itrscrvntlons.
This it a rnro opportunity for persons doxltinir n HUMMER HOME on tho Motintaios or Investments
sure to yield law* profit* For furthor Information cousult any of tho officer*.
il\ O. ALD33HS03NT, Uenorat MnmiRor, Wlioeliuff, W. Vu.
OFFICERS.
Hev. W. K. roWBLL, I'rwMcnt. Hon. JNO. A. HUTCHINSON, Vleo-Prdldeat
I). L. JAMIS??S. KHQ., Secretary. Hon. D. D. JOHNSON, Treuimror.
J. C. ALDKIUON, Gouerul Mnnoijcr. Dn If. K. JONES. Assistant General Manager.
J. H. frQM MRK VI M.K,iA ttompy. apa-mro
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF FURNITURE. _
-Assignee's SaleFURNITURE,
CARPETS, k
The large stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS
of Alexander Frew, at 1117 Main street,
will be sold at
Assignee's Sale.
Persons desiring any goods in this line will
do well to call and examine these goods,
and get prices before buying.
J. K. H75LU
Assignee or ALEXANDER FREW, 1117 Main Street.
fLfl ram
MvVVt. . Hrw Ji?i-o?nrjr Will brie? rontipln ? wwk floid Willi WIllTTM
!^EtM(?WdOk^tf4 It'ARAN IKX to <'urn 5.T?nu? Ptl>tiily, ! ?* nfHeiti*! I'owar id ?ithM iff,
litvnlnnlitr Kmlntloit* ffm any If mult cii?l, mrh irouhU* l?x> (
ron?Hin|'ilnn or ItiMrilv, ll.ro p*r f>?? ! ? n??il.A frr ts. With a"'*J #*
ufioroauu ahvi wiiuj,. w? ^JTtf ? wrm,,n | , rumor rcfaud lb? uoory, AdJffM
I'KAl. MlffllClRK CO., Ch'TfUul, Ohio.
Sola vj CU AS. It ?OKv/.t, Succour to McUln Ucim., TwuUtli awl JLtkolStrecU, n??

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