E TABLE LINEN SALE
There will be some livel
9tore this week. We bough
hundred pieces for a little rr
worth, and we are going to s
LOT I contains 40 pieces 54 inc
qualities never before ret:
LOT 2 contains 28 pieces 5O, 58
well-known makes of 40
LOT 3 contains r; pieces Half B1
LOT 4 contains 28 pieces 58
Quality retails everywhe
LOT 5 contains ?5 pieces 58 inch
Red Border, worth 60c ap
LOT 6 contains 18 pieces 63, 70
Damask. Undoubtedly \
J 100 Dozen, 18x34
j ?QALiB PRIC
SUM MER COMFQRTA BLI
We mean the HEAVY bed co
in use, for there are covers to
both literally and figuratively.
Made from gauzy but strong S
that are filled with the lightest
These can be seen in Main
for choice?$2 75 and ?2 9s w
SPARKLING SPRING WATER,
I Are You Goi
t J "you ar0 y?u neei
<) Bi/ them, all styles and r
9 Vallsos, 50 C(
Satchols, 75 (
9 Canvas Casos
^ Sbawl and hi
\ sroitr.s ci.osk at g o'ci
STACY, ADAMS & CO.'
IlEimCEl) 1'iiOM $B TO $ ">.
French Cnlf, Muml Srwnl, from H.'tu
RA tn |1. Pniwn l/ntliori from 93 to 4.
jimt Ml ?? "T??ry pair.
:-3TONE I THOMAS.
y Table Linen selling in this i
t from a manufacturer several '
lore than half what they are J
ell them the same way. t
li wide Fancy Table Linens, some i
tiled less than 25 cents. J
12>? Cents. 1
and 60 inch wide Renfrew and other 1
c, 45c and 50c Red Table Linen. J
! 25 Cents. , i
eached 54 inch wide Table Damask,
! 22 Cents.
inch wide Cream Table Damask. *
; 34 Cents.
1 wide Cream Table Damask, with
id 65c. '
and 72 inch wide Bleachcd Table
vorth Si, S1.2; and Si.35.
i 84 Cents. ?
91 0 a
, Bleached Towels, ! t
IE IO OEWTQ.? i
ES.?GEO. M. SNOOK &. COM
COVERS OFF, |
;t 'Em Aside 1
verings you might possibly still have s
be had that are a COMFORT,
They are the Feather- Weight r
iMFORTABLES ! \
ilkalines and Pongees, Comfortables
:, Huffiest cotton procurable. J
street window, marked J
-ere the former prices. u
Coolod with Whoolins's purest [
loo. always to bo had at oontro i
of storo. ?
30 K & CO. j
SJT.M' J' M'F?0DEN
ng Away ? j
I a bag of some liinJ. We have A
ill priccs. Q
Dnts to S5 00. t li
^ont? iu s>o DU, f v
,, 75 Conts to $3 00. n
atclxol Straps. c
i * o 1320 nnd l3:i2
H Of MARKET STREET. r
OCK K\CKk*r 8ATUKOAY. i
HI. KiiMK'iroo, 11 ii ml Sdivi'il, from W
If you tnUu u*lv?nltiK?) of tliU rut yon urtvo
G1 MKNDEL A CO.,
it. ii!i uiis rfTKirrr.
Promot Attention Day or Night.
P(ot Tcbphone, .No. 43. 0. Ed. Mendel's
laidcoec T>ler>houo. So. 1. no? I
Ofllrni Nun. 26 nod 2? fourteenth Street.
Traveling iVigt? McFaddeo'a?Klgbth 1'aga.f
Wanted-Board and Uxlalng.
sjmh'Iuj Iridocorneal*?John Vrledol & Co.
Flihln* Jtoda?I. 0. DIHou A Co.
^i? utniitjlp Aittticy?IL V. lJflhreot
Ele< trica! Engineer?It B. feuds.
r?0 Kiwi. r
Crepe Tiuue Paper?Nlcholl's Art Store. I
Don't Drink?Kwlng Ilroi.
Ueech Nut llains?0. V. Harding Jk Co. '
.IXSLY INSTITUTE, WIIKKLINO, W. VA.
L School for the Thorough Touching or |
Hoys and Yuuug Mod. i
Military, English and Claaalrnl oourw*.
tUo Modern Languages. Military l>o. 1
"trimout In chnrgo of an officer of the i
Jnltod Status Navy.
Kali Term begin* Monday, September 3, '
HD4. __ _ ,
Honnl or Trustees:
foil, A. W. Campbell, - Fresldent. .
ifv. W, 11. Cooke, l> !>., Vice Vrrtii)?nt,
folin L. Dickey, M. D., . Sec-rotary. 1
'olin J. ?foii**, K?q., - Treasurer.
Wm. 15. hlmpaoo, Kmj., It. C. l>nlzHl,
!?|? Hon. X. K. Wkttakrr, J. h. Nnylor, ,
Sm<|., A, J. Clarke, Esq., Augustus FoU '
itck, Eeq., Hon. Win. I'. Ilnbbard. Hun. J. '
Sommerrille, Henry M. llussnll, Kan., I
lev. Jacob UrUtlnghuin, William F.
Tor farther particular* call on or mlIrrss
any member of the Hoard of Trim- <
uoh or JOHN M. lUltCII, Ph.D.
FOIt TUE HOT WKATHEU.
An elegant lino of Merge*, suited for the '
lot weather, which wo will make up ou '
liort notice. 1
Our 01 00 a ?ult French Uallirlggan Uii.
lerwear aro ou excellent quality and a j
:reat bursalti C. 1IESH Si SONS', ,
rashiomible Tailor* aud Gent's Furnisher*, '
1391 and 1333 Market Street. (
t?'Nted^ for* g I aH?w> h j
JACOIl W. OKDUIl, ]
Last Night's Fire Alarm. j
An alarm of fire about 9 o'clock last l
light from tho Eighth ward ongino
I0U80, was caused by au explosion of
asolino at Ilabne's boarding house, on i
louth Koff stroot Tho damage was
lominal. Tho alarm cauaod considorblo
excitomont in tho Opera House,
tid many mon rushod out, but retnrnod 6
a anon as they louaa mo uro was in i
ho Eighth ward. ^ <
In Uncle Sam's llnnds.
Joseph IIobb and Joseph Tollott, of l
ho vicinity of Bellaire, aro both in the ]
inndfl of the Unitod Statoa marshal at j
/oluinbuB, and will be givon a hearing
ti tho United States court there to-day i
n tho charge of interfering with the j
unuiug of mail trains during tho re* |
ent strikn in this section. Tollett was
ent up at Newark for breaking into a \
tasaongor car sinco then and was taken 1
0 Columbus from the Newark jail.
Flv? Cnnet Yeaterdajr. j
In tho polico court yesterday Sadie t
iorgan and Grace Brndloy were flnod
5 and costs each as inmatos of a house
1 ill fame. Two mon found in the
amo house woro fined tho same, and f
11 four paid. Jako Taylor, chargod \
rith disorderly conduct, wont to tho t
ill for thirty days in default of S5 and 1
Oiiicor Snydor yesterday lodgod Mag- )
io Townsend behind tho bart) on a j
ilain drunk charge.^ <
Clerk Ilook yesterday admitted to ro- !
ord transfers of real ostato as follows:
May 12, by W. J. W. Cowdon, spocial
ommissionor, to James F. Dowlor, for j
1,300, lot 07, on Jacob stroot south of j
July'lO by D. & Phillips, truatoo, to (
miua oanuny, lor .iwu, iou uo iu zjuuu a
Auguat 7, by Charles F. Bachmann
,ud wlfo to Charlea Frantz, for $2,475,
Qt 217 in Koir and Chuplino'a addition,
ituated on JSofT atroot. '
Wethllngi nt lliu Cathedral.
Yesterday Clerk Hook iaauod a marin
L-a liccnso to Koborfc 0. Garriaon,
god 25, and Johanna Murphy, acod 21,
loth of Pittabunrh. Thoy thon rolalrod
to tlio episcopal roaidonco and
To-day Mr. Joo Stanton, the wellmown
and popular bond of tho firm of
itanton & llugboa, and Misa Maria
Jruiao will bo marriod at tho cathedral,
'hoy will at onco go to housokoeping in
legantly.littod rooms on Market streot.
K^ftnty A'llro for tho Tenipamturo.
Yoatordny morning nt an oarly hour
)fncer Moran found a young man walkng
about on tho South Sido with nothn?
on but bia shirt. Vlat, trouaors,
booa and Blockings wero all gono. IIo
van inclined to be aaucy whon questionid,
and tho ofllcor brought him up to
loadqnartera. JIo waa found to bo a
'oung cigar tnakor. Later the rann'a j
rouaera wero found in ono place, hie ,
iat iu anothor and hia ahooa elaowhoro.
t waa ovidont that ho waa so drunk ho
lid not know where ho waa, and grad- |
tally undroaaod as ho movod about. No ]
hargo waa preferred against him. j
Haimlng llcpiihift'uu Moi-tliii*. ,
A largo and onthuainatic mooting waa ]
lold at tho Firat Wnrd Hopublican j
;iub room on North Main atroot, Mon- j
lav ovoning. Mr. James II. Kiddle pro- <
iJod, and Mr. George D. Kiddlo occ.u- i
lied tho secretary's Boat. Tho mooting <
raa opened by lion. A. It. Uampboli, i
andidato for tho houso ot delogatoa, t
?i.? .?M?nptnininn>l v nf Htnfn .
ssuos, and was followed by Mr. Camp- j
ioll Kicharda on tho ironoral iSHiion of
ho campaign. ll? was ?l?o Uatoucil to
ritli cloao attention, puuetuatod with i
Mr. ?S. 0. Boyco ontortuinod tho audiiico
with a humorous description of
ho conditions that now confront tho '
.Mr. I>. \V. Martin con via cod any who
niuht Hiill doubt that tin plato in made
ii tho Uuitod .Statou, and also in tho <
icinily ot Whoolinc. Mr. Clomona i
loacd with several vocal aoloctiona woll i
00 do rod and heartily rocoivod. A love
oast followed, enjoyed by all.
' Tlicy Will Untiry. ]
On Thursday ovonlnjr tho Ilopublican ;
lub of tho Fourth ward will hold u ,
uootin^at ita hoadquartora in Diacholl'a :
mil, an Kixhtoonth atroot, to ratify tho
lomiuationn for Controls and county .
losltion*. All tho candidates have
loon invitod to bo proaont and apeak,
iiul a groat good timo ia confidontly oxloctod.
Ui'.v. 0rough Stuaiit will conduct tho
orvicoa at tho Motindavillo cauip
;rounda from Aiiauat Oth to 10th. '
Ik you want paving or flro brick, or
owor pipo, iro to West Virginia Sand <
Company, 1318 Wator atroot. Telodionofiul.
Ware rootna cornor of Koff
md Twonty-niotb atroot.
Another Intorcatinv Day'* Seeaioa
INTERESTING BRANCHES TREATED
By Able Instructors Yesterday?Talk
on the Method of Grading Country
Schools?Tlio Singing In a Feature*
of tho Institute?A Lecture I'rom.
ieed by tbo 1'rcsidcot of Marietta
Alter tho usual dovoiional exercises
yesterday morning the Marshall county
teachora' inatitoto bo^an another intersating
day. Tho institute this year is
Mrtainly blessed with beautiful singing.
Tl... A..t Af tU,. mnfni nn tuna
percentage, by Inatrnctor Powell. This
is considered ono of tho most important
parts of arithmetic and tho teachers onto
red into tho discussion of tbo subject
with great oarnostness. The nozt
branch was grammar, taken up by Initructor
Williams, which wan followed
by a short recess. li. A. biggs, of Don*
(rood, then spoko on the method of
grading country schools. Tho morning
iossion thou adjourned after a gonoral
history lesson, tho subject being tho
Modes ami tho Persians.
Aftor dinner the touchors wero again
Jistremod by hoaring tho eong called
"The Owl aud tho Pussy Cat," revived
jy its admirers, the old maids.
Book-keeping was called. Professor
William* having charge of this branch,
rho Jeason was on tho forms of commercial
County Superintendent Stivort then
ntroducod Professor I>eal. of tho State
formal School, who talked in the inter*
sat of his institution. Atthoclosoof
lis talk a few minutes wore spent in
locial convocation, followed by that
)oautiful Sony, "Tho West Virginia
ilills." Orthography was tnken up by
E. Uouar. Tho consonants and sounds
vero defined. Tho day onded with his.ory
of West Virginia.
President J. Simpson, of Marietta colego,
will givo n lecture aud a sories
>f etereopticon viowa to-morrow evonng
BELMONT COUNTY TtiAOilBRS
in Aiiuuul Institute at St. Clatrsvillo This
Tho Bolmonfc County Toachors' Inititute
oponod at St. Clairaville Monday
vith oighty-ono enrolled. Tho following
:orpa of good instructors is prosont:
Dr. Drapor, of the Illinois Stato University,
instructor of higher branchoa;
?rof. Kritzer. of Boston, munic; Miss
II. E. Collin, of Detroit, kindorgarton.
A largo numoor 01 toacnors wuru ou olled
yeatorday. Laat ovening was
jloaiantly spont at the school houso in
be way of a social.
Dr. 8. F. Scovoll, of tho Woostor Unirorsity,
will lecture at tho court houao
lall oa "Our Final Aim in Education."
More teachers aro from Bollairo than
my othor placo. Thoy aro undor
jharso of Prof. Jonos, auporintendont of
;he Uollairo schools.
"Old lions" llooy,
William Hooy, of "A Parlor Match"
amo, and who is gonorally considorod
;o bo tho most taking singer of topical
longn upon tho stago, was born in Now
fork city in 1855. Ho made his first
ippoarnneo at Tony l'astor's theatre,
Sow York, iu 1874. Ho bus made fanous
and widely popular at least a
lozen topical songs. Ho will appoar at
he Whooling Opera Houao to-morrow
jvonlng in his now comedy, "Flams,"
lupported by a largo company.
To CU'(inno MioNjMom
ifloctually yotgontlv, whon costlvo or
iilious, or whon the blood is impuro or
iluggiah, to pormanoutly cure habitual
sonstipation, to awakon tho kidnoys
lud livor to a healthy activity, without
rritating or weakening thorn, to dispol
toadachoB, colds or fevers uso Syrup of
Tukkg is no inoro desirable and cou,'oniunt
placo for Whooling pooplo to
tpond their summer than on tho moun,nii?fl
along tho Baltimore ?& Ohio rail*oad.
Mouutain Lake Park was started
>y Whooling inen, Major J. C. Alderson
laving purchased tho land for tho company.
llo has recently associated with
.lira othor gontlomon from W heeling
ind Parkoraburc and formed "Tho
VIountaiu Homo Company." A tract of
jeautiful land haa boon purchaaod at !
Loch Lynn Heights, opposito Mountain
Lako l'ark, and on Thursday and Frilav
of this week, August and 10, thoro |
a to bo a public aalo of lots. Whooling I
jeoplo who wont aummor homos will do
veil to eo up to Loch Lynn Height* and |
nako purchasos for themselves. Already |
l good millibar of Wheeling peoplo have I
jouirht lota, but ninny more should do |
10 this wook. Twonty-iivo lota havo
>eon aoldat private aalo within tho past
lvo days. ^
Camp Mrktino at tho Moundsvillo
lamp crouuda begina August 0 and ends
liiguat 19. A wolcomo to everybody. |
Kk.vnrtii IIa/.kmoki: hnd tho pood for,uno
to receive a tmiall bottlo of Cham- j
jorlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
ftemody when threo moinbcra of hia
aniily wero sick with dyaeutory. Thia j
>uo email bottlo cured thorn all and ho
lad aoino loft which ho gave to (too. \V. I
tfakor, a prominent inorchant of tho I
alaco, Lowiaton, N. C., and it curod him
if tho aamo complaint. When troubled i
ivith dyaontory, diarrlm-a, colic or
sholora morbus, givo this remedy a |
in] fiml vnn will h? morn tlinli nleaoed
ivith tho result. Tho prniso that imtiirilly
foilowH its introduction and usohoa
nado it very popular.
.Suits to order $15. roil ucod from $17
ind $20, nt Morton ('. Stout & Co.'a,
Nlorchnut Tailor*, under Mel.urn House.
John L Hick, Muuayor.
To Atlantic City, Ctipii Miiy mul Sru (nIo I
City vizi It. ?V (>. Tlunwlay, Auunst 1(1,
Uound trip $10. TickotH good twelve;
lava, with atop oil" privileeo at Washnjjton,
D. C., returning. l'ulltuan |
deeper on the5:35 p. in. train.
Ik you want pntim* or tiro brick, or
tower pipe, j:o to West Virginia Sand
Company, 1318 Water street. Telephono
501. Wuro rooms corner of Koil'i
md Twonty-nlnth utreet.
SPECTACLES- PROF. SHEFF^
If you n?xvl SPI'CTACI.K-J, nrei tire orhcml
iches when reiulhuc ??r rowing. Cumuli ittfll
mvr your Ky?>* KciiiiiIiiimI fur tlliiMm,
WITHOUT t: 11 Midi* Uy tho Only HeieiitlUc
Dptlt'lHii III the Mtnte,
1110 Mala Street. Nc*l Door to Hook A Co.
THE NATURAL NEED?THE f
IS IN TH
The Coats and Vests are all
are playing out. Can't be hel|
the best of them come to grie
knee and fray out at the bottoi
edy, an easy dose to take, <
your suit and give you the
changes the weights. Pick
special sale of separate Tro
hundreds of pairs, in dozens
than we wished we had. Oi
will just even things up. Yoi
don't. We've raided every
price enough left to hinder eve
$3.75, $3.50 AND
$6.50, $6.00, $5.50 AND
There are Light, Dark and
the swellest patterns of the St
as well as if they were mad
your chance while there's a
sortment is shrinking every dz
See our window displ
that were $2.00, S1.7J and $1
tsween ;it the Drice. 98 <
Your money back for what y
One-Price Clothiers, Foartjenth
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF F
rr*? ' -i.- -I- --C cr TE> IV
ine large scutK ui ruiv
PETS of Alexander Frew, at
will be sold at
Persons desiring any goo
do well to call and exan
and get prices before buyin
Assignee of fll.EXAHDE
r UUm/ AiVV-vl MSncflOBROKA, Mmwowm, Trot
I *\v&.It smn
IMoroauclAfWOfing. C rr-ilar ?
niMul.tl.iO. t tor Km?>. A(l'in??V
Ro1(l by C|I AS. IC. GOKTZK. Huawsor to McUlti IlroJ.. T
WALL PAPERS AMD BORDERS.
IT; JOS. GRAVES, I?. HO
Wall Paper and Borders, si
DLANK BOOKS, 1
DADY CARRIAGES, Eta f 10
Lnrfjost stock find (jront- jyjQ
ost varioty In tho clfy.
SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICE i.
1 Iwtlia mi
"0 TWELFTH STUEET. "J/"
fUB CLOTHIERS. ]
right, but the Pants
:>ed. Wear'II make
f, buncti up at the
n. There's a-remjno
that'll tone up
use of it till Fall
a pair from our
users. There are
of patterns, more
lr wants and yours
j need 'em and we
grade. There isn't
:rybody from help*
Medium Effects, in
immer. and fit just
ie for you. Now's
choice, for the as>y.
ay of Wash Vests
. 5a We predict* a
ou don't want.
and Market Streets.
! ITU RE and CAR.
.1117 wain street,
>ds in this line will
line these goods,
lit FREW, 1117 Mala Strut.
5 FOR WOMEN
Thin mamtntja tonic for liio ntrvoua
r tiimilat**-* nuJ rcatorra durmint
anil r>ow*r; Cl'KLri
ap?'ii, Nfirou* Mxltiy, WukofUlncM and
I I it tlQMiirt' mi Kin ut.ru* Mid mamra?rjr
iK ntirtIIARDRN nndfTi-lnprd prPTj*. R>
scV??<> cntaliitnw lulvrnal unrt lw#l tr*ak?
R A l.n it WCIK H CO., V Ut.-luwi, O.
ivelltli ami Market Ktroota. noi)
TEL + RTGLEN,
ATLANTIC CITY. N J..
IU8AX AVI'NIIK, Ni;.\It MIACU.
RMSi: $S TO 3>2 PER WEEK.
J. & KKKI>
:bss hall, ocean CITY, MD.f
rilKQUBKN CITY HY TUt rfllA,
ACITY WJ GUIWTH, NOW OHKfi.
Ilrartly on tlio IV-uoh. Torins 81 50 por
to Si;. |x'r week, hi no KUtiinif. (iunnlug.
nad Sailing. No mosqultoc*. So tna?
W. 0. BECKKXIIAUOl!,
tic City, - Now Jorsoy.
lotlio boncti, lint and cold son wulue
d ml pluctM of tuteroau Kowly furuUh*
Jt K. NEWCOMER
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