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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, February 05, 1897, Image 8

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K v- E3CMNAWT8?8T0NW ? THOMAS.
| Stone & Thomas.
T o-day
. AND . .
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i i tuajr?
.
jgw $ . Small lots of goods mast be -sold. New Spring Goods
K coming in in vast quantities, and the small remnants of
Winter Goods must be sold at; once.
Lot of 25c Women's Cashmere Gloves, per pair .. 14c
Lot ol 20c Children's Wool Mitten?, per pair 90
Lot of 50c and 75c Women's Silk [Mittens, per pair 39c
Lot of 25c Children's Heavy Wool'Hose at 15c
Lot of Men's 50c and 65c slightly soiled Winter I 'nderwear.... aijc
Lot of ladies' 50c Ribbed Wool Vests, small sizes only 15c
Lot of Men's 25c soiled Winter Underwear ai ye
Lot 38-ineh wide 25c Wool Dross Goods j2.Je
Lot 52-inch All Wool Cloth Suiting 25c
Lot of $1.00 Odd Sizes LaundHed Shirts 49c
ifc Nice White Cotton Hatting, per bunch 5c
Lonsdale and Ladie>" Choice 'Muslin 5^c
36-inch Unbleached Muslin 3JC
J0-4 Hemmed White Quilts.. .. 39c
jo pieces Robe Prints....,.* 3jc
BASEMENT^"'
INDUCEMENTS.
Star Soap - -'3c
Xo. 8 Tin Wash Boilers < 39c
S. & T.'s Special Broom * 19c
Hupter's Sifters yc
Granite Cuspidors 15c
Stone & Ihomas.
EMBROIDERIES?GPO. M. SNOOK & CO.
OUR fejl MBROIDERY
1 PURCHASE!
;;; ^pmbroidery
GREATEST^gffl . .A 4 SALE
Lot I . 6c Yard Lot 4 . .Ik Yard
Lot 2 . . 9c Yard t Lot 5 . . 19c Yard
Lot 3 . . 12c Yard J Lot 6 . . 24c Yard
Over ten thousand yards narrow, medium and w ide Edgings
and Inserting*?thousands of new and pretty nattcrns, and not
a piece hut what is wosh very much more.
Here are real values, the equals oi which were
new before seen in any store. J* Jf
See some in Main street window: also see the rich novelties in
Embroideries, All-overa, Fancy Rufflings and N'cckwear in same
window.
We have decided to continue the sale of our JACKETS at
$.2.95 and S4.75. ( irenter Jacket values were never before known.
Five counters full of Winter Goods, most of which are onehalf
regular prices.
daily Arrivals of xew-goods,
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
fniii, 1-?ji ? ii-?1 l ? !
CANVAS COATS -M'FADDBN'S.
can*m coXtsT * * *1
4 JV^BIMn<l? of Iho lw?Ht canvas, with heavy wool a
4 M llnlng?tliA wnrnicxt and Iiohi coat for all T
l ftcjra - klncln of outnldo work?thoy ar?* wind proof J
? ?torn rain or "now, and will wear for t
iHBn? ALl S,/ES ,0R SU4S' 4
(Other *torrs charge |I.?.* for ft* good cont.) A
] McFADDEN'S, '32? "iS,,""" ? }
4 #- WE make shirts to order.? J
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MEN'S SHOES- J. H. LOOKH 8IIOJC COMPANY.
smnnstttttttstimst
ft \V/l WILL WIND UP 1896 jj
ft ' * * MEN'S CORK SOLE SHOES.
t Ktacr Admits & Co.Nl'all' Cork Solo Nlioei, tint 85 hin.l. &I..HI tt
f Meii\ (U'liuiim l ull'Cork Sole, |ln> $3.50 kilil . . jjW.olf ?
fj( Mcu's Satin Call' Cork Solo, tlio#i.5i> kind . . . #1.75
? < GHKATEST VALUlib IN THE CI 1Y. ^
! J. H. LOCKE SHOE CO. jl
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\A imiJU
If vour rv*? n?*l attention vlitft our
Optical l?p|)nrimont,
\W hr.ve tin ?ir?il ifto wrvlc?s of "Mr. 11.
W. Kwalt, of Clnv^lnnd. Qhlo, us* optician,
am] cttn Kunrantce Kutlafactlon to our
customer*).
Dillon, Wheat & Jtnnchcr Co.
IUUUD |
TERMS I
Make It poHHibk* for oVery ??,
honest man to own a Kf
piano. \Vt> hav?? Him- Jgi
propositions, any on? of SS'
which will j?atl?fy you. JS
If th?ky do not, mate your jj8f
proiHwltlon and we will
consider It. We will not
promlut? to accept It. but
you cannot tell until you ro
try. Talk it over with us. la
F.W.BaumerCo. |l
1.110 MARKET RTKEET. g
7(\%* TUvh*llWiircr
Wll v ?
illlt.-i-i tf.% nuil ti7 li'uurUalitliNtrart.
Xe%r Ailvri'ltwnieuli.
Stop!- H. P. Hohronn Co.
Fur Kent-Jain>-s A. ll'-nry.
For Sal" -Howard HmzIpM.
To Whom J i May Conaun?Jamos I!.
McCrady.
Sltuutlon "Wanted?By Hoglstered Pharmacist.
For Sale?Circular Saw. Table. Etc.
A Special invitation to the Indies?
Albert Btolze Co.
Cage*?Geo. W. Johnson*!' Sons.
To tlio Bread Katur?Huel/el's Grocery
Hoiiw,
Stop that Cottgh?R. H. 1.1st.
Our Greatest Kmbroulrry .Purchase?
Geo. XI. Snook & Co.- fclchth Pane.
?>dds and Kudu Salt M. Guttnuu & Co.?
Fifth PagK
Geo. It. Taylor Co.? Fifth Page.
Parisian cloak Company?Firth Page.
CnitVMS < 'oats?McFadd?-n~KIkl?th Page.
lUrk'uinx! HarKdlns!?Parisian Cloak
Co.?Kighth Pago.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
6.00 AND $6.00 TBOUSEBINGS.
To redder our alock of Fine Trontrrlii(i,
we nlTrr at coat an<l Iras our S3.00
line at D.UO, and |H.?0 line at *0.00.
>KK I'PPKH WINDOW.
Pint arrival of .\obby Spring X?kwear
and Colored Wilrto
C, IIRIH *. ?t)XS
Paalilonabl*Tailor* and (?? ? ? * Kurniah*
era, IJWI and 13*4.1 Market alrert.
STOBE BOOM FOB BENT.
I oflTer my store building. .Vo. 11.10 Main
afreet, for rent. K la particularly trail
adapted, by location and etinlpuient, for
a fine retail dry good* btialnri*. Flrat
and eecoud atorles arc each '410 frrl deep
au?I the third 53 feet. Kin* combination
gm ami electrical fliture* all through thr
building. Carpet Inlwrtu the i-unuUra
on the lower floor ami all ovct thrarcouil,
noil the modem roitvcuiturri and Ax*
tnreaofadry kooiIi itorr, It Iim alio a
Market atrret entrance. fan be leaved for
a term of yeara. A pply to the owner.
UEO. K. TAYMR.
HKMOVAI. NOTICK.
Jacob W. (irnltli ha* rciuotedhla storifroiu
the Crand Op< ru Iloiue hnlhlliiK to
.No. I.1IIU Market aired, where a large and
eleitant Hue of Jewelry, \Valth>a.
uioik|la, etc., may lie found.
Au Icy Hath.
Jerry O'Neill. Is the Hibernian cojmonit-n
horno by a uentlonwn of African
descent, who Ik la the employ of Mr.
Jes** L. McMvchen, th* wo 11 knm\i: Contractor.
Jerry wan ac^tcim; in cutting
Ic- In the iiv?*r. oppojlti* MrAIcehon. yen{
r.luy morning. and hIkhu lu o'clock fell
in'th# river. When he wan pull; J out
by Mr. MCMeoii'-n. n?- was conauirrauij
pa lor than umal. hue remarked, "Deed,
1 wasn't a bit seared. But Lord, It was
cold."
litjitrnl llor>i s|i?|.
Ah<>rse belonging t ? Charles Meeker,
the South Side butch -r, slipped, yesterday
afternoon - o'clock, while entering
the alky. on Twenty-second Plreet,
be uv.v? MarK??; and Main, and as a ivmilt
received a broken leg; After an examination
by Dr. Heatfh, Hie horse wax
ordered shot. Office Schra-der performed
the ojuration, but ft t?>ok four bullrt*
from his revolver to end the homo's existence.
A large crowd was attracted to
the scene., and the way tlw? poor brute
hung on to life was surprising.
| \\ . iV I? ! :. ItNlUvny < lmi??r?.
Circulars wore received In the city yesterday
announcing ihe chant s that have
taken place in the f ?rce of the Wheeling
& Lake Krle Ilailway Company taking
effect February 1 As has been
print, d, the offic-'.? of k 'ncial pn?s.:ngcr
agent and general freight ag.'ut h.iv
liA i mei'Rvii and Mr. II. .1. Rxith opImiii
. 'I g.-ueral traflio manager, J. F.
Towr.?end H made a- 'isstaivi general passenger
and fivixht agent. w>th it Ik office
at Toledo, J. It. L.ovn.Mury. ?;enerul
agent at T dodo. and 1!. ??. l'roud, traveling
freight ugent, headquai i-.t> at Toledo.
M m* RgllRlit MUtnkr.
In Monday's Issue, the Intelligonccr
published a story from Buffalo, detailing
I the alleged experience of W. X. ('ampbell,
formerly ?/f Bella Ire. at pieser.t
I m-negor of S:atlreuaurant. in Buffalo.
The story w.i i to tin- eff.vt that
Canjpholl f< II In ivlth Mini .-Miai-p i s una
1 1o.<t $400 :i! ;i Riimrt of ?!i . I; app-irs
I that a similarity ??r nnni?'.< ua* i mji. !? iI
l?lt? for th?? th>* vl> elm ??r ;li
confl.l'.-nof nu n JielKa .V. t'ainpbr'll, a
| w.tii ! iii Stall'.r'M, ami not \V. N. <\iinp|
(toll t!i manner >f the fnm*; tablNhI
nienf. Mr. ramplHr* friends Iv n- will
j be ?l id f" I ?ttt M that h" w.i:? no: the party
*.?.nul?-d. iiml thai the HulYulo pap.-;.
l!> ?>rlj:liial pulMlcati.m, ha.?
mad.' the am-nde hon ?i1*1-.
PO not allow y air nyptfiu In ic?-( w alt
an.I ilehtlltaP-d. I. I.? ?-.> <> > U p well
ami >110111; by tolling Hood's Hair.ipnrill*
S i
Alwny* Hrllalilr.
If you have kI:i.<-m'x flit?*J l,y <,?!!?. r
opticians that full i" your cyefl
rHI?-f. consult the tvllnbl* optlrlim,
I'rof. ,..i- Sbeff, Ilio .Main hi.'o- I. who
"Kcs t.'ii1 ryi'i rt'llcf ivhui others have
foiled uuil with hi# ne;v method, In
r 1' iii'.' >a?l> i - for ]>??>pl0 With nil
UIiuIh of troiibl '.".
HKHTAL Fridny evening. r? Miliary
iSitT. nt lti>? miiHlo room. of MHUkjiii.
Wllklti & ('<?.. by All**' Katlmrlii" Ollvn*.
t:on?lmlii? of oxtrncln from McOlm?.*n'n
writings. In which Scoloh rhajacl'-rlHih
mi- il. IlKhtfully i'm >r 11 ?iy t*d, a ml nil*( IIUIWOUM
li'tMlon*. 1'otll
uii'l ilriieiritlc, fivm the ?iuil)or??.
AUmlsjtlou 00 ciiti*
That l.nmr Hurls run 1m fiiivrf with
I)r. MIIH' NEUVb I'LAHTKU. Only Oc.
0! SOCIAL EVIL
Which Some People Think DeiiiuiiJh
Ilcrolc Treatmeiit.
ONI! CLASS 0I: I'UBLIC DANCES
Which U Wurklnic U?ru? lo Vonii*
<lll l? alia r. Ue?r ! V.IU la.
tllMiiiitlualcly?A Clllttu Who Woulil
Apply Ike High l.lc?n?e Cm ri?Mother*
WiiOie llrnrta Would Acli* If Tlicy
ConIiI Look lit to Mom? Hull Hooiua.
For ?omc time past thef* hta>? been conRlderabld
discussion among bUHJflM# men
and citizens generally of an evil Wliteh
has grown tip In Wheeling, and which
they contend ahoiild -he suppressed In
nomi- manner, lleferenoe Is made to the
largo number of ao-called clubs, which
are formed for the puriHHu* of giving boll*
u; which K?'?*ot mian'tl'tles of beer are consumed,
und young girls und bo?ya exposed
i > dungerouft temptations. It la customary
for a company of young men to get
together for the purpose of giving one of
those bulla and. culling thfmflelVea a
club, proceed lo advertise ft public ball,
to which the public la indiscriminately
invited. Any one having the price of admlaaion
can gaJri admittance.
In uorne Instances the line la draWh-,
und questionable character# are barred,
mid of theao not so much complaint Is
made. No complaint In made ??f the bet*
t'*r eluMs of auch public amusement#
given under the auaplcea of regular and
respectable club organisations, which
nre permanent Institution#' In the communlty.
The great evil is the clflia of
bull* held by the temporary clubs* organized
only for an occasion which generally
develops Jnto ;i carousal, and at
which young boys and girl?, who r.hould
be ut home und'-r the watchful eyes of
tltelr parent*-, ure greatly In evidence,
not only upon the dancing iloor, but a:
the beer tubles.
During the winter season those vice
breeding? dances are c?><> rrequenuy hciu
n various parts of Wheeling, and particularly
In times when there* huppeli to
br political eampHlgns, when local candidates*
for office are sometimes "a<u^3Sed"
by the temporary club# giving them,
for the expenses, such as hall rent, beer,
&c.
Now. the phase of this Important social
question which has been the subject
of 00 much discussion Is the remedy?a
way to put a atop to the worst clauses of
these balls. It does not seem thait the
moral reformers can do anything. Could
they know of what is going on in many
>f the gatherings of the description alluded
to. they would be Inspired to renewed
effort*. but they would find many
obptaclfs in their way. Could many a
pother lo .k in upon (in m she would
have her eyes opened and perhaps her
heart would ache.
Th-*re Is one way to get at the worst
feature?that which permits the selling
of beer nt these public dances.
The remedy is simple," said a prominent
business man to an Intelligencer
reporter yesterday. "These clubs should
be required to pay a high license for the
*ale of beer at their balls. They are
now almost as free to dish it out us they
are to serve coffee or lemonade. Thut 1s
why every public ball of this cia?s you
k?v? advertised l.< under the auspices of
fancifully named club. Two or three
young men conclude to give a ball to
make some pocket money for themselves.
The revenue, of course, must com* principally
from the sale of beer, and the
profits are very fair, if they are fortunate
enough to get a crowd. They take
advantage of Hub privilege* by forming
a temporary, If not altogether bogus organization.
There should be n way to stop this
thine, and J believe there Is. The way
to stop them. and thereby protect me
young girls and bov? who p AtronIzeVhem,
from their evil influences Is to tax (hem
w high forth# prlvil^g* of intoxicating
liquor* an to dl*courage them.
That would bo my remedy. Perhaps
y u can suggest a better one."
Molrn Shun I'onuil.
The Ben wood police discovered a box.
partly tilled with new shoes. on the river
bank yesterday morning. The box was
part of a shipment owned by the McCoy
Shoe Company, of Wheeling, and consigned
to a town in the interior of the
a.ate The thlevea had evidently taken
it from a Baltimore & Ohio cur, and after
carrying away <1* many pairs of shoes
as they ciiuld. left the box. There is no
clue to the guilty parties.
Mlti Oliur'i Itrrltnl.
The recital to be given to-night ot the
music rooms of Milli^an. Wilkin & Co.,
by Miss Katharine Oliver, Is antlclpat d
with delight by many lovers of good
literature. Miss Oliver Is especially happy
in her portrayal of Scotch character.
liv f|u. fnpf
Whictl IS l'CBUII> P?|IIIIII.VH
thai she 1h herself of Scotch descent,
speaks the* language perfectly and has
visit* <1 the scenes depicted in "The Uoilr.i
Brier Bush" and "Auld Lang
Syne." Met* presentation of "Prumtockly
Fouk" if such an to lend a now charm
to th? Se Justly popular works. Miss Oliver's
reception has been flattering at
ev<-ry place she has visited, and the
press teems with words of commendation
of her rare ability as a dramatic
artist. It is to be hoped that Wheeling
will show Its appreciation of an entertainment
of such high literary character,
by greeting Miss Oliver with a full
house. It Is too rare ? treat to l>e lost.
Tint recital Is to be given under the auspices
of rhe managers of the West Virginia
Home for Aged and Friendless
Women. Admission r?o cents.
LOST?A dear little child who made
horn** happy by Its smiles. And to think,
11 might have been saved had the parents
only Jtept in the house One Minute Cough
Cure, the Infallible remedy for croup. C.
It. (loetze, Cur. Twelfth and Market
streets; Bowie & Co.. Bridgeport; r-ab'ldy
.*: Son. H? nw*>d. 4
THE NEW WAY."
A GRI4I SUCCISS I OK IIIUVC All
KINOS OJ IVIS \MIII 01 ASM s.
Our new scientific method of examining
the eycn .ml titling glasses without potting
drugs in the eyes and making the
patient l?llnd for a week, or bavins; theni
sit for hours looking at charts and trying
to lit thumMflvva unm ?n?\v orcumo mo opv.
|iu? 11 ! th' \ < annot tell what thi j i uti
in-r. \W ill the ? ve for <xnnilnutlon withnut
dopcivfliiiK on ih?* pntiiMii ami know
wiirn ihoy are fitted oorm-ily.
Consultation and t'.saininatlon Tree.
PROF. H. SHEFF,
Thfi SolonWlle Optician.
TYW'phono N'o. llio Muln Stroet
i Centemeri |
t Kid Gloves, t
A i
Jilack uml Colored. can ho had :\t
^ .Mi - Thornton and Mth. llerser w
A In tliclrart room* Horn !'a. in. until A
A ft p. in. My olllio opi'ii for htudney* A
A diirhiK the name hourc. SottleinentM X
a In ordi r. MnrkH and .Main xti'oet 7
T t iitraucc hoth open.
| GEO. R. TAYLOR. I
THE HUB-0L0THiKIt8 AND PPRW18 ,'lHaR3.
Inventory
W 00^
This is inventory week at THE
HUB, Those who havib been fortunate
enough to attend pur inventory
sales heretofore need not be told
what they mean. dt &
t
r - ? - A J A*
Lvery uuu uvcituai,
Every Odd Suit,
Every Odd Hat,
Every Odd Garment
.. t Of
every kind must leave our
shelves and tables at prices that are
made so low that they will disappear
in double quick order. COME
EARLY to secure best choice*
V l.j 4 jfr 3
THF HI in Clothiers, Hatters
I n L HUD and furnishers..,
Market and Fourteenth Sts.
Wheeling's Largest and Only Strictly. One Price Uousq
WRAP SALE?PARISIAN OLOAK COMPANY.
PARISIAN CLOAK 0),
Bargains! Bargains!
CLOSING OUT SALE OF
Wraps, Suits, Skirts, Etc.
Owing to business change, I am obliged to dose
out my entire stock in 10 days. All goods
marked at prices that will prove attractive to
the ladies of Wheeling and vidnity. J*
GEOTE. JOHNS,
nan MAIM QTRPRT
TO BE RIGHT UP TO DATE YOU MUST HAVE THE
Daily & &
Intelligencer,
^ reduced' TO???*
Ten Cents
i x;a ttv/VI"
ALL THE MEWS FROM EVERYWHERE.
_ ? j
Send in Your Orders at Once by Postal Card or lc'e
*< * phone No. 822. -* J

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