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AljWAYS RBUBMPER-M. POTMAN & 00.
Always Remember
That a circle has no ending. So it should be with
your patronage with this house. We will do our
share in making your trade ENDLESS. There is
no end to our lino of
Mrh's Ruts' anil Milta's Ms
lliuil U) XIUJM UUU. UX111U1U11M UUlLUl
We are tireless in pleasing you and endless in praise
of our spring stock.
SPRING STYLES.FOR BOYS!
Many novelties and exclusive designs for this spring
season. We clkifh, and can prove that we are the
leading Children's Clothier of Wheeling. No such
stock,' no such low prices for fine goods anywhere.
Let as fit out your little boy and big boy and-show
vou haw much fiioney we can save you.
rs*An enormous line of Hot Weather Clothing.
M.Gutman&Co.,
Betall Department Bain and Twelfth Streets.
A B?e B?H Outfit wiUi each Boys' or Child'i Swit.
WABM WBATHBB OOOD3-OKO. ft. TA.TLQB.
GEO.; 1 Warm
f UU11U
R..51 Weather Goods.
_ _ :4 You doubtless are interested just
T A V I II R - > now i? Summer Underwear, and if
1 IX 1 JjUIi. ' so you can be supplied at our stora
-yl with any kind you want, as our new '
stock of
Lisle, Gauze, Balbriggan and Silt
bas just been received. We are prepared to supply the
wants of men, women, and children at present, but don't
delay buying until fffe stock is broken. We aire prepared
to furnish also, afci&talogue prices, DR. JAEGER'S
SANITARY WOOLEN UNDERWEAR in summer
weight. j a
LADIES' CAMBRIC UNDERWEAR.
Our new stock is being received and will be complete
nn thi. in?f Alt nnr Mnslin ?n<l Hamllnf TTnHflr
wear is made to ordaf-just as ire want it, and we think its
merits are pretty well understood by our customers,
SD1T DEPARTMENT.
This department, hieing a very important one, receives
soecial attention, and in it can be found TailorrMade
Presses and. Skirts of the latest styles. As this is a very
active stock, you should call frequently and see the new
ideas as they appear. You can always feel assured that
we keep THE LATEST, and that our prices are RIGHT.
In the same department you find Capes and Jackets of
all kinds.
, LADIES' .MADRAS WAISTS.
We open on Saturday the finest Madras Waists we
ever had. They are beautiful and the fit is simply perfect.
Would like to show you some of these Waists and
have you examine quality, style and work. We never
had anything like tnefn before.
Summer Dress Fabrics,
Canopy Top Parasols,
Close Rolling Umbrellas, '
Summer fiosierv. Gloves.
Persian ftfbbons.
No trouble in being. suited in a Black Dress Pattern
of any kind, but a good deal of trouble sometimes in deciding
which piece of Persian Silk you like the best for
a waist or dress when'ihere-are so many handsome styles
to choose from. ^
GEO. M TAYLOR.
t_ ' ?[?| ?? i ~
OBBAT BBPUCTIOK 8JlL? O* T7PHOL8T?B?P FURNITURB.
GREAT REDUCTION SALE
rr.
IlnhAlctoraH 17nrnitm>fl
upn/iutuiuu 1 UiURUlU.
.A large and choice line of goods, including Parlor
Suits, Lounges, Couches, Turkish Chairs, Reclining
chairs, etc., will be placed on special sale
until SATURDAY. MAY 16. at prices far below
original cost
A full size Coneh, upholstered In good tapestry, /N Q 7 HI
on" vDO. / O
A full size Couch, upholstorod In good corduroy, /J P~
ml* ? - vpO.OU
A $.10.00 flrepioco Parlor Suit, | g QQ
A $40.00 Ore-piece Parlor Sojt, ?l\ A f\f\
,mly - vb^4.UU
Come at once and secure these ba'rgains, as
cash must be realized at once. Goods will be sold
regardless of value.
iiii? ?-i,A,Ttljt
Asslgnoo Of Alox. Frow, 1117 Main Stroot
FATAL ACCIDENT.
Conductol* on the Over-the-Rlver
Street Ruilroud Killed
IN A PECULIAR WAY YESTERDAY
lie Had Ilia llaad Oat of the Car Window,
llrpAlrlitg a Break whrn llr was Rtrnek
by a Telephone Pole?A Itlood Vessel In
Nil Head was Knptnred, arid thrYoung
Man Died Last Klght-llluklr Leaves a
Wlh and a Yonim Child.
A dlatreasln* and fatal accident oc- !
?lii-raH nn iVi.. II?a >k. \(n^ln'd 1?a?. .
ry. Bridgeport and Bullalre electric
road, over the river In Aetnavllle yesterday
afternoon about & o'clock. Conductor
William 11 Inkle, of Kirk wood,
waa the victim. Ilo received injuries
from which he could not recover, and
died last night at 10:30 o'clock.
Several days ago Hlnklo's car was Involved
1n an accident on the lower portion
of the 0hlo?8lde electric line, and
one of the window frames was slightly
damaged. 'e Hlnkle, however, did not
know of the daragae until be discovered
It yesterday afternoon. At the hour
mentlonod his car was coming through
Aetnavtlle. south bound. Hlnkle had
his head and shoulders out of the window
and was trying to ascertain the
amount of damage to ttie window
frame. He supponed. of course, that
there was nothing near the truck that
would strike him. He must have forgotten
the telephone poles which at
that part of the road are very close
to the electric line',* track. He had
leaned out of the window further than
he had Intended to. At any rate Hlnkle
was struck on the side of the head
by one of the pole* with terrific force
and was rendered un. onsclous.hls form
nanging nmpiy tiair way out or in??
window. The motonnan stopped hi*
car an noon as possible and went to the
assistance of his conductor. At Bridgeport
a physician was summoned, and
it was Ascertained that Hlnkle had
bursted a blood veasel In his h*ad,
causing congestion. Everything possible
to save his life was uone. after he
had be*n taken to his home In Kirkwood,
but without avail?lie died at
10:30 o'clock last night.
Hlnkle was a young man of about
thirty .years His family consisted of
bis wife and a young child. The coroner
will hold an Inquest over the remains
ttois morning.
THE BBTRS8DA SEASON.
Tk? Jt?na(*n of lliat MHinnirr Resort
Slav* DomrMl Xotablc Talrnt.
The manager* of the Kpworth Park
Assembly at Bethesda have arranged a
rare programme for this season. In addition
to the special days vet apart for
farmens, a. A. R., etc.. they have a list
of entertainmentn that will attract attention
everywhere. It is in part as
follows:
Prof. Clement B. Shaw, of Chicago,
who Is Justly celebrated an one of the
best of te&oficrs In voice culture and
muslo, will have charge of- the music
tad chorus class. Miss Minerva Cochran,
soprano soloist, of Chicago, *\ l!H?stfet,
and will be heard frequently in
tfimtmlng solos.
Prank R Robertson (a Cbatauqua fa
with
"HlW/i *????**
Norway Japan and India, illustrated.
Rev. AJW. Lamar, D. DM of Galveston.
T9XMa, and pastor of the First Rap tint
church, with thrca lectures and one sermon.
Prof. Dana, three laciursg and three
round table talks for the C. I*. S. C., S.
P. Leland. L. L. D., three lectures. on*
entitled "World Malting." In which the
latest revelations of science are witnesses
of the g lory of God.
Her. Z. T. Sweeney (minister to Turkey
under President Harrpsrnfc a loomed
and eloquent minister of* the Discipl*s
church, will give one ot hi* renowned
lecturea. Tou may alao h?*ar Rnl <?rt
Xourse as Dr. Jrkyll and Mr. Hyde,
and In "Why I iyn not an Infidel." and
"John and Jouathan."
Rev. T. Df W4tt Talmaga, the moat
noted pulpit orator of the present day.
may be heard August 12 at 2 p. m.
Rev. W. W. Parkhurst. D. D.. of Chioago.
will give tpn Rlhllcal lectures, and
conduct th* church congress and ministerial
Institute.
The Rmleberger I.adles' Quartette,
who won a name nnd fame nt the
"World's Columbian Exponitlnn as the
"World's Fair Ladle*' Quartette." will
appear August 7 and S.
The flrst appeamnr* in this section of
the Tyrolean Troubadours August 12
and 18; you will want to hear th*m. '
J. Edmund V. Cook, the famous Im- |
>FTi?Uliai>'l . >? 111 ni?v viiv v. nan .
!ng entertainments. Herbert A.
Sprturue as "Rip Van Winkle" nml
"David Copp^rfleld" cannot fall-to In- :
truct and a/rune.
Miss Blanch** Potter, graduate of i
King's school of oratory, will lead in 1
physical culture and elocution.
WOMAN'S MUSICAL CLUB.
Thirteenth Recital thl* Afternoon si n '
O'dock In the A. O. P. W. Teraplr.
The Woman's Musical Club will five j
Us regular semi-monthly recital ihl* j
afternoon at 8 o'clock, the programm** j
which Is printed below contain^ |
"Branches of Bright Holly," the secotul
con*K>sltton published this year by a
member of the club. It Is a Very pretty j
waltz song. written by Mr*. Lewis '
Stenwood. and will be presented for the i
first time to-day:
Rossini?(Piano snd Orean)
.Overture to Barbier de Seville |
Miss Flora Pollack and Mm Chan j
O. Bormer. Mm. J. W. Phoebus
and Ml"4 Pollack. Mi*? Wilde.
Verdi?<Volc??> Kriiiin'.
Mrs. Herbert Riheldaffer.
Hofraann . ...Beverle Op. 34, No. 3
Chopin?(Piano) ? Berr*u?e Op. 67
Mrs. Henry Bertschy.
Mo*art?(VoIpwi)
Lull' Aria?Nog*??.de-PlKftr?
\fr? C.'nrto O. Cutilwrli and Mm.
Flora William*.
Mowirt-(With Second Piano Accompaniment*
Fantasia
Ml** llulda iJelaplalnc.
PlnJMMVolw)
Daily Bin* the Hummer Birds
MIm* I/orptta M<:Ornniihan.
Dc-B?1ot*< Vlollni . Par.t.'ifillr Opus 101
Mlw? I'lorji I'olla< U.
Dunlcvy-Btrrnrrvl
\llranehe* cf HriglifM llo!!y
I!awl??y?(Volr^) My Mttle I,ovr |
MIm 7,ou li??tlntf*.
Bohm-tPI?no) ...tiphurtrta* Muxlk
< ) Marwh.
(h) \\ lf*fnll?4.
(c) Zvrl?rh*n Fplcl.
(d> Waltxar unci Kin*!*.
Mr*. AU??*rt f.\ Whlfaker and Ml.m
('lioral Club.
F. M. I loll.
AM Water Lily
Nomr V. .11. Ci A. llrini.
Tin* bltycle club tnhen nn rtccurxtnn
ev.ty week.
The physical director ?f ihc nvooinII.tn
h i.i th'? b??y** ftymnntiUim duo out
I'M iiii iHH wuu/
The Junior bn*o hall club will play
n ciun" (hh? ftornoun with the i^t
Matthew* oholr boy*.
Tho mcn'n Sunday nftornn.i-i
at 4 o'clock will bo nddi i 'I by Dr.
! :. W. Al'tandor. .?f Womlfdnlo Th1?
mootiiiK Ih always IrttorootlnK tind pro
fltaWo.
A )>Ion*ant u?rvl?-o Im hold nt th#? A* '
pnHatiun building ovory Saturday *von- j
lug. Tho mooting lo-nlnht will l> !
nhort nnd uprightly. Kvory young in n ,
will wolcoioe.
Tho oxoavatlng for tho now Addition
to tho building Ih iilwtilt roinplOtOd. 'I ll ;
wall* of tli" owlmmlng !><??>i aid l.. inu j
lnld. Tho (tool will bo f?lxt?'rn foot,
eight Inche* by thlrty-thrvo foot, olx
Ineho*. Tho bowling alloy* will I'
rlulity.throw foot In length. Tho nihil- i
lion Is to bo completed by August 1. 1
THE PBOOBAMME*
For To-morovr'a Qml Itand
CouoacU m% Mourt Park.
To-morrow la tho day aet for the two
grand sacred concert* to be given by
the cH?*britt??d Great Weatern band of i
I'lttaburgli, and the indications are that ;
one ot the largest crowd* that ever attended
a place of public amusement In
Wheeling will go to Mozart pork and
listen to both the afternoon and evening
concern. The tlt?k?ta are going off with
a rush at House* mualo atore, and tho>e
who dvslro to avoid the rush would do
well to aeoure them some time to-day
nr thin nvonlnir
The concerts will take place In the
targe pavilion, and there will be plenty
of aent? for all who attend. The street
tiara will offer special service during the
day and evening, and Manager Wright
nays he will run all hla cars until all
the people have been taken home after
the night ooncert. Special oars will aiao
be run to Martin's Ferry, Bridgeport
and Benwood until midnight.
The programmes for the two concerts
are aa foliowa:
AFTERNOON CONCERT.
March-Randall i B. Weli
Overture?Das Glochohen Des Ermlien
Malllart
FrleMtng's Nnhen , jpilenberg
Potpourri?Muslkallsche Tauachungen
Sohrelner
Walts?Deutsche Gnwse Faixrlmch
Overture?'"William "Ndl" Rossini
FantsnJe?"Hunt for Hspplnees"..Brand#
"The Colored Walters* BsiT..Liiurendean
Faekeltxans No. 2 Meyerbeer
Descriptive Overture-"A Huntln*
Scene" Beauloasl
EVENING CONCERT.
March?"Grand Faatlval" Bach
Overture?"Fra Dlavolo" Auber
Selection* from Opera* Offenbach
Medley?"1W Great Western Band
Paraphrase?Loreley Nesradba
Overture--Frsnsoelche Keller Bella
Walt*?"Don't V? Cross" Teller
8aloustuck?<Gol lblon Ichen... .Ellenber*
Gems of St. C. Foster Tobanl
Galop?"8. C. H. B." D. Miller
A glance at the above elegant programme*
will show the class of music
that will Ih? rendered at both conoerts.
They contain some of the most difficult
and classic selections ever attempted
by any musical organization, and as
rendered by ?o excellent a band a* tho
Great Western. the result I* not hard to
Imagine. The aftmtoon concert wHI be^rln
promptly at half-past 2 o'clock and
The evening concert at R o'clock.
Tha ticket* are 25 cent-* and they entitle
ths holder to admission and the
round trip on the Inellne.
The Baltimore & Ohio railroad will
run a special train back to Pittsburgh
after the night concert for ths acoommndatJon
of thoee who onme down from
the "Smoky CUy" and Washington.
THE ?0m*Y OUTLOOK
I* Very Bright, Bays Nr. Franiheim-A
RnrlUlB.
The work of laying the atone foundation
for the new kiln at the Wheeling
pottery, on tip South Side, waa begun
yesterday and th*.w?rk will be steadily
kAPt up until the new kiln Ik completed,
whloh will probably be In about three or
four weeks.
An Intellltmeer reporter ?? OenfOU
Manager Charles W. Franrtielm yeaterday
and Innud ftwn him that the new
kiln would Incremw their capaotty about
twenty-lire p<r out In the "0. C." and
Auction Sal
STOCK TO BE
Sale every day, afternoon
seats for ladies.
W.J.LUKE
i
1317 7?THRKI
^ Want a Sideboard ?
M i nB't Hon! Itf T?? ?? "? ? "I
^ S..IM Otlr rollita rinl.h. I.ln?rt (hiA nr
0 11?l? Mlrmr SKMinanl, jjjfl, ( |
^ 00 Krt lW>yu?rrtM? wlih simI WhMl
M Yi.l)(J "'I ? "?'? n(illi>l"l?r?iL W? h?r
^ guil/w lt.p |arsrai lino ol luby Ctrrluie
^ :n lh? city.
H
^ ~J_] 'xu/t-ce-ic.
& TiZ OfZ I?01* Antique KinUI
.Jfc -,?U?^*0 lU'rifpratnr; wotih 8;oojui*f
flr nherf.
jHOUS
"sanitary" ware, and will Increase the
number of employe* correspondingly.
Mr. Franzhdm further mated that tho
UibIimm* of the company wt? greatly
Improved over last year and In improving
right along. They are running full
tlrno lii evory department and have been
fiince the Christmas shut down. The
ordew are oomlng In thick and fart, no
fajtt in fact that It In all they can do to
koep up with them.
Mr. Franshelm expressed himself tui
feeling satisfied that business would
pick up In all branches of trade, probably
not so much during the summer as
It will in the fall. The outlook Is very
bright anT! you may say that the Wheeling
pottery Is turning out a larger quantity
and a better quality of ware than
ever before In Its history.
Change at U?e La U? lie.
^ The LaBolle Iron works^ Is running
lull uutq uu luriiiwH <?v*w ivid wl
Ttio tin department had to shut down
yesterday morning- on account of running
out of inun, and trill probably start
up again Monday mom In p.
Several changes have taken place at
the LoBelle tin mill In the pest week or
?o. Charles Hallway, fprraerly manager
of the mill, resigned, and Mr. ?d
Jones was appointed to succeed him.
The whole plant Is under the supervision
of Capt. W. H. Travln. Mr. Harry
Travis baa been given full charge of the.
turning of the rolls and his nervica is.
giving the bsst of satisfaction.
The "spur wheel" In the muck mill
broke down yesterday morning about
10 o'cluok and necessarily threw that'
part of the works off. It will be ready
to resume In about a week.
MORE Ladle*' Xecktir* at f tlfal *
(b?u ilmwUere. for them.
DIEol
MAXWELL?At her home, on Friday,
May 15. Ifc*. at ?:16 .o'clock p. m..
CLEMENTINE LOOMJ8. wife of
Ale*. O. Maxwell, In the 37th year of
her ago.
Funeral from residence, fl6 Indiana street,
at 3 o'clock Sunday aftornoon. Friends
of the family are Invited.; Interment
private at Greenwood cemetery. *
UNDERTAKING.
LOUISBERTSCHY,
(Formerly of Frew & Bertsohy.)
Funeral Director and Arterial Maimer,
1111 MAIN STREET. EAST SIDE.
Calls by tsleplujie answered day or
nlghL Store telephone, OS; residence. 501
KENNEDY F. FREW,
(Graduate of U. 8. College of Embalming),
Foneral Director and Embalmer,
With . . ALEXANDER FREW,
111? MAIN STROTT.
Telephone 221 Residence Telephone
Alex. Frew, 117. fe?
C. MENDEL & CO.,
11M MAIN STRKKT,
MortitihnS.
Pren ft Attention Day or Night
Tele. Calie?Undertaking Room*. No. 821
O. Ed. Mendel (residence) No. 162L R. F.
Hill (BUxnm Houee). No. 121 ooU
| Diamonds, Watches,
IA Jewelry, Silverware,
ICut Glass, Lamps, etc.
CLOSED OUT.
and evening. Reserved
:ns&co.,
BT STREET.
\i\t\wn\ iii
uuii i n
I Y0BR CREDI1
AT CASH
Here is a Grand Bargi
Parlor Suite:
. y&t 4^
r
zt\ > r- fortbin flT**p'cr? p
. MJ hK / ^ Ml*Tapetur.?;lIn.
s vDOOi I ^ Suiteko h?vo iukJo
{ WE MAKE ASP^ LAY CftRf
1 All-Wool Ingrain Carpets, worth laid
for
Fine Brussels Carpets, In patterns th
regular 85c and 90c grade, made
Large lino 01 Union Carpets, very
and laid (or
1 Extra heavy three-ply Kkldimlnist
wnnHrr (or the nrice. made nnJ I.
| Pine InlaiJ Seamless Matting for......
v
>
. Good heavy Chinese Matting, choi
E & H
.. V
CLOTHINO A WD FUIHflBHiyOS-gaAUg BBOB.
RRAUS BROS.
Seeing is Believing!
Comparing a Victory for Us!
Our "Ready-to-Wear Clothing.is not to be judged by
otkep houses?it is distinctive, shapely, sets to the
curves, hangs well and RETAINS ITS SHAPE; is
trimmed in superior style, of best material; is conscientiously
made by competent and skilled tailors,
A.d.,fo, prta.ee our line, $10, $12 Mil $15.
KRAUS BROS.,
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE. 1319 MARKET STREET.
A pr.ir of Brownie Overalls with every Child Suit
? i i n. i
BUTTS, SKIBT8, ETC.-PARISIAN CLOAK COMPANY. .
Women's Wear.
Jjfe Elegant Designs.
-spir The Best WortmH&p.
W*]f
JgX f?Slch CombioatioD Suits
Latest Styles in S&irt
VIh^v Waists.
W\MhL Thinnest and Daiitiest
t flHk Fabrics.
Eferything Fresh ant
JSH|A
1130 Main Street.
GtO. ft JOHNS.
esitatIj ta ;
PRICES. Jl?^ f
Lin In a High-Grade vC^I^^Lu ^
r l|f $1)11' 83c E&W ?
f gM ' porch th?? Winn ?nptoi?. ^
^ i a f7p Our old Standby. ThU Suit ^
VI n /h dc*?notue?d*ni uUla*?bout, ?
nrlor Snlt. Jou likellluitutlon. covrr?d In (Jl 1 U< I U J{^
coplece-mndM nlcwly tnn?lc*?MrrooJ , , . JUlSlii^SSflSivSK ^
^ u Hue** how \r? c?u ?e!I U for tucn ft price. ^
'ETS FREE OF CHARGE, i ?
at dre bound to Hcase, 00q En i
heavy quality, ma le ^.Qq ?
75c 8 8 2
20c 5
/>r FnrthUFino Kxtontfon
'^u- *lxr ???* l?*? 4
1 A ^ VJ3 / |U\J ??*n whcucloied; poltafe ^
CO colorii'.s, for lUC nUS'oiWfc,!<>,K loa* #
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