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old: i If he is 14,15,16, fall to read every wc clear saving of $2.50 here soon enough. We have about 21i years of age, all woo which we sold at $7.5l to some sizes o' eacl we will sell you the c vNever before hav offered such Values delay, as these goods criee. * ? . m. gib MAIN AND TV Our Display of Fancy Shirts OBO. R i 4 Geo. R. 4 * ? : ELECTBIC CLEAN THE Electri 25 CENT The Electric CI UUUlUlg VXU|?VIU)I Articles, Tapest All Kinds. Guaranteed to be as represer and entirely free from acid: other injurious ingredients. G. Men( 1J24 M/ Exclusive agents in Whe TO BE RIGHT UP TO Dailv Intelligen REDI ALL THE NEWS Send in Your Orders ot > phon -M. OUTMAH to 00. IS YOUR BOY? 17 or 18 years of age, don't >rd of this, for it means a to $5.00 for you if you get i Boys' Suits, sizes 14 to 18 I, well made and trimmed, 5, $9,00 and $10.00. Owing h kind which are missing, hoice of the lot for ;.oo. e we, or any other firm, in Boys' Gothing. Don't will not last long at this * j* 41 m & co. VELFTH STREETS. ami Neckwear Is the best in town. TAYLOR CO. ?! I M. W * ? o Taylor Co.)! < o M ^ W :: < 8EP.-0. MENDBL Sc CO. r Cleanser. 5 PER CAN. eanser^ is espccially prepared for Rugs, Wood Work, Upholstered ries, Curtains and Fabrics of ited i or j* ? iel & Co., JN STREET. eling for the Electric Cleanse^ DATE YOU MIST HAVE THE 6 cer, LJCED Ten Cents Per Week. FROM EVERYWHERE. ?4 Oncc by Postal Card or Tele* e No. 822. j* Under eminent scientific com "APE The Best A "Speedy, Sure, and Gentle BEAUTIFUL! Was the Annual Masque Carnival mid Dull pi the Ai'lon. - I FUNCTION MOST SUCCESSFUL \ i 1 And Brilliant from Every Point of View. Tim Docoratlona were Kl a borate, and Showed KkiiNUIte Taste-The Coitnmee WereCreations In the Art of CoMmitlng. j a ueauripuuii oruua unite Moat Elaborate Kvcuta of tlie Meatoii. y , Heautlful beyond description was tho Arlon carnival and masque hall last t night. The oldest member of the Arlon < can look back with pleasure and pride J upon the carnivals and masquerade balls of past years, but the glory of the ; past functions wanes beside that of last night. Brilliant Illuminations, beautiful dec- t orations, gorgeous costumes, and tune- I ful music enhanced the effervescent en- 1 Joyment of an event that will linger long j In the memory of its participants, and no lew was the enjoyment to those who witnessed the beautiful spectacle the ball room presented, where all wus light and color. Love for the picturesque Is as keen as it was in (he olden days, and courtly cavaliers and fair Indies of book loro lived again In the manes of the dance. More modern but equally as rich lit garb, and pretty In design, were J the other costumes, and all blended Into one grand labyrinth, duzzllng in Its ef- t foct. Arion hall was a blaze of light from 1 top to bottom, und u canopy stretched j across the pavement on Twentieth street wus the entrance to un Interior that seemed prettier by turns until the climax was reached in the ball room. Carriages began to arrive at 8 o'clock, and th?^ grand march begun at 9 o'clock. , Nearly all the members with their wives and sweethearts were present, and two ( hundred maskers took part In the ball. , The boll room was a perfect dream of , color, the decorations of pea green and j magentia being everywhere, and the t stage, where the Opera House orchea- I tra discoursed Its sweet music, was al- J most hidden In u bank of potted palms, ferns and lilies. The grund march wus a brilliant feature of a carnival and ball thai was striking In its brilliancy. The march was headed by the prince J of the carnival. After him came the i commiuru*, urraneu uiiiium uutiuiunj, and formed in platoons. Behind these came the merry revellers In fantastic costumes, all keeping step to the tuneful march ployed by the orchestra. After the ball room was circled a few times, th* prince of the carnival. Mr. Victor Weiss, accompanied by ills train, reviewed the march, and at Its finale, delivered his address from the throne. His address was In German, and sparkling with wit. lie said that It was common pastime for fools to congregate and enjoy themselves, so he bade them make ] merry. The orchestra then struck up the opening barn of a waltz, and the room became an animated scene of ? beauty. It was a pleasing panorama : to the eye as vari-colored velvets and c satins, gold and sliver spangles, plumes t of helmets, and head dresses, kept ( whirling In endless mazes. , The success and brilliancy of the af- j fair was never dreamed of by Its most . nrdent anticipators. To costumer A. T. , Jones, of Baltimore. is due great credit . for his good taste. There were attractive costumes, however, tha* were the property of those donning them. But such an array has never been displayed In Wheeling before, and the Bradley- 3 Martin ball was rivalled on a mlnla- ( ture scale. Masks wore removed at 11 o'clock, at which hour all repaired to the elegant dining room, which was * tastefully decorated In the dominant i tints of pea-green and magenta. The table decorations consisted of gr?on nnd ? yellow lamp shades, and hyacinths formed the sole floral adornment. An able corpa of ladles dispensed tooth- < some refreshments until midnight, and : from then until an early hour this morning the waxen surface of the ball room was In constant vogue. With masks off the ball was no less charming. All the costumea were creations of skill and taste. Those furnished by Mr. .lon^s were chielly Shakespearean in their design. In tho committees an Othello costume was worn by Messrs. Ed Stlfel, II. F. Behrens. Jr., Bbwers, George II. Ehellng, William Schwertfegcr, Chris. Vleweg, Charles Klrbach, Dr. Burdatta and Dr. Baguley. Messrs. Lang and II. Seabrlght typified Borneo. | Messrs. P. Blester, Charles B. Ooetze, [ Thomas Fox, Fred Drlehorst and H. \ | lUcberson wore members of tho French ; Dlrectolre, for the time being. Air. !?'. tl. UICRIllll|t:i n.-jnwiuvu ...nv. Mr. F. H. Appenzoller represented a lieutenant of United States navy. Mr. Victor Wo 158, as Prince of the Carnival, had a blonde wig. prince's cap, pink and blue sntln tunic trimmed with gold, and lavender colored tights. Mrs. Weiss was handsomely costumed as Cleopatra. Mrs. Itolf was attired ns the YumYuin of Mikado. Mrs. Ebeling had a Joan of Arc costume, silver armor body trimmed with concaves, silver helmet, and grey skirt. Mr. H. Muhn was dresed as Hamlet. Mr. Conrad Illrsch represented Lafay- ' ette. Mr. K. 1?. Franzhelin was^i typical LI Hung Chang .with yellow Jacket, peacock feathers, pig tail, etc. Mr. H. O. Stlfel. as George Washlng| ton. had nn extremely rich costume. ; Mr. f\ lless was a Don Caesar. i I Mr. Stelninetz had a King Fool cos- i tume. < The costumes worn by the ladles were | pretty, as might, be expected. There ' I wnro pretty Cuban maids, fair Colum- i | bias, flower girls, and others "too nu- < merous to mention." Clowns, "Hey i Rubes," Indians. Uncle Sams, school boys, military officers, and others "too numerous to mention" were also there. It was a beautiful assortment of costumes, and there was no monotony of design. A group of JJowery boys and plrls was one of tin* comic features. Jt was a delightful affair, and future entertainments by the Arlon, of similar nature, will excel It with difficulty, SKIS' and blood diseases, causing all sorts of dire disasters to human hap- i plness are easily and quickly cured by 1 Hiirdoclc Blood Hitters, from a common i pimple to the worst scrofulous sore. .'I . TORTURING, Itching, scaly skin 1 eruptions, burns and scalds are soothed at once and promptly healed by l3e- j Witt's Witch Hazel Solve, the best i known cure for pile*. C. It. Goetre, corner Twelfth ?ud Market streets; Howie , ji- Co., Bridgeport; L'eabody Son, Hen wood. 1! | CABTOniA. , 1 'rol. NTA" latural Laxative IVater. SICNOR JOXAS liliUved an ArtUtlc Trluiuph In Ilia IMauo Iteclltl LmI Evening?1The A?dU ruc? was Ilell?lilrd. The most distinguished piano performmce given la Wheeling, within the recollection of present theatre-goers, was the piano recital of Slgnor Alberto Jonas, at the Opera Mouse lost evening. The highest words of praise could be but faint acknowledgement of Musical Wheeling's treat. Such musical painting, (if such exquisitely arranged selections, proved Illustrious. Slgnor Jonas', jnconsolousnesxf self und united with the veil-bred deference toward the audience, it ot mi,.,, i,i_ lb U|/(HUIUU ll>l> UIIWC) J II l'l I IliO ttUlilUUVIC technic, hist certainty ami evenness In execution, his exquisite runs and trills, and Inimitable finish at all times covered everybody and everything-, with the on:hrulment of his music. Two selections played by Signor Jonas, lust before the closing number?"Liszt'* Rhapsodle No. 12"?were his own compositions and which, through some unfortunate error, were omitted on the programme. These selection!* were Interest' lng and well received. Mr.). Flora William:!. In the selections, "Una Voce," by Rossi, and the Jewel song, of Gounod'! splendidly held Wheeling's end for a placo on a concert programme. Tht accompaniments of Professor Schockej were perfect. Of the programme, of which every not? was enjoyed, thQ special gems were thf 'Chopin Valse In C sharp minor," "Moszkowskl Etude op. 24," "Starenhagar.Scherzando," and the "Canxpanella," ol Liszt. To this lust selection, Signoi Jonas was compelled to respond with two encores; Goftscholk't Tremolo foi the first, and a Mazurka, by Chopin, foi the second. To those who did not avail themselves if their opportunity, any mention of thif recital, must ?>e a source of regret; tc those who did, lavt evening gavu the priceless legacy of, harmony, melody, logic, feeling. Idea and thought, THE RICE LOSS In tlicTnrnrr Hnllitlng Fire U 9.1,09.111 Been Paid. Yesterday the Insurance adjuster* who have been here adjusting the losses at the Turner building fire, on Main street. In the wholesale district, settled the loss. The Insurance amounted to (24.54(1, and the loss has been fixed at (3,893 11. The Insurance companies have (etiled the Turner building loss by making the necessary repairs. The Eaton oss has not been seitlod, and will probibly go to the courts. Flenluuait Fined. Jahn Fleahman, who is somewhat of a terror." at Turlight, back of Triadel)h!a, was arrested yesterday at the Instance of George Otto, of Triadelphia, ilso. Fleahman was charged with using oul language and assaulting Otto out he Dike. He had a hearing before Squire ?it7.patrick laut night, and was fined SI ind costs, and hold in $30 bond to keep he peace lor one year. A large crowd of Partners was present at the trial. Frank Cox looked after Oto's interests, antl :oI. W. W. Aroett defended Flrahman. Oil Kxeliang* Saloou Closed. The Oil Exchange saloon, near the darket street bridge, was closed last light, by Mr. G. G. Gans, Its owner, icrvlng a distress warrant for $207, on dessrs. Flowers and Kainie, who were onductlng tho saloon. The warrant was worn out before Squire Rogers, and Nonstable Dominlck Morris served <he varrant yesterday afternoon. The Oil Exchange daloon has pawed through nany hands, and thirsty individuals tryng to enter it last night, struck a "duser." Trainmen'* KnterlalnmeutOn Monday evening, March 29, the \*ai! City lodge No. 110, Brotherhood >f Railroad Trainmen, will give an enlertalnment at Pythian castle, South Side. Though this 1b the first enterainment Oils lodge has given It is certain of success. The following well tnown people will assist: Mr.| Charles Kulauf, Mr. William Clemens, Mr. Robert Darrah, Mr. Joseph Dudley, Miss Osa Dayton, Miss Bessie English md others. Bncklrn'i Arnica Halve. The best salvo In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever Bores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Prloe 25 cents per box. For sale by Logan Drug Co. "THE: Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway will grant to all purchasers o! tickets reading to Sew York nnd [>olnts west thereof a stop-over of ten lays at Washington, D. C. See Wheeling &. Lake Erie railway agents for full Information, or call on or address R. E. Lawrence, general agent Wheeling & Lake Erie railway. City Ban& building, Wheeling, W. Va. glands at I lie Head. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading drug* gist of Shreveport, i-a., says: "Dr. King's Now Discovery In the only thing that euros my oough. and it 1a the best seller I have." J. P. Campbell, merchant of SafTord, Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery Is all that It it claimed for It; it never fall*, and Is a euro cure for consumption, coughs and rolds. I cannot say enough for its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds Is not an experiment. It has been tried for a quarter of a century, and to-day sta nds at the head. It neVer disappoints. Logan Drug Co. g 1 IT Is surprising what a "wee bit of a thing" can aqeompllsh. Sick headache, constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach, dizziness. are quickly banished by l)eWltt's Little Barly Risers. Small pill. Safe pill. Best pill. C. It. Goetxe. corner Twelfth and Market streets; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport; Penbody & Son, Benwood. 4 7>i "MOTHERS' M FRIEND" V*y T. :?V Shortens labor, lessens pain, ? diminishes danger to life of both mother and child and leaves her in condl' Hon more favorable to speedy recovery. "Stronger after than before confinement." says a prominent midwife. Jh the best remedy FOR RISING BREAST Known and worth the price for thnt alone. Endorsed and recommended by mldwlvcH aud til ladles who have used it. IJowaro of substitutes and imitations. Makes Ctiild-Birth Easy. Sent by Express or mail on receipt, of price, Pl.oo |>rr hotllr. Hook "TO MOTHERS'* nulled free, containing voluntary tcntlmonlals. BRADFlLLn R&ilXATOR <0.. ATUNTA, GL mow ur auj imuuuista. CLOTHING?KB KRAUS' Is the kind you should KORRECT IN STYLE, and KORRECT IN iW tailor can turn you out be the only difference is thai HALF in price. Our NEW. SPRING SI completion. New Goods ai another week we will be largest and finest stock < wear Suits, for men, boys have ever seen in this city astonish you. KRAUS WHEELING'S FORE! 1319 Market Street, - EVER1 /?\ SoBitUsM naeda a reliable, mot JkXqii J the pomt drugs ahoi SfDr" Peal"s *\ V Thar vi prompt, safe and oertal * ^ nolnt. 8*nt UTwhere, 11.00, For aale by CHAS. It. OOETZB. Drugglit. 'DIRT DEFIES THE K SAPC IS GREATER THAN FUNEBAL OF LOUIS ABMBRECHT. J It Will Occur To morrow-A Pioneer nii?u. Mr. Louis Armbrecht, an-old and respected citizen of the South Side, died at hi? home, 3833 Jacob street, on Saturday evening at 8:43 o'clock. Ho had only been sick since the Sunday preceding. He was in his seventy-second I year. Mr. Armbrecht was born in Hesse Darmstadt in August, 1S2S, and came to Wheeling in 1851. and has since resided In the Eighth ward, and in the house | in which he died. He has always been of a retiring disposition, with no ambl- I Hons for public life, though he consented to represent his constituents for a short time in the city council. He was a huckster by occupation and attended both the city markets for years, and retired from business in 1888, since which time to his death he has lived a retired life. He was an active member of St. I Paul's German Lutheran church, and in politics has always been a staunch Republican. By his shrewd and honest business methods the deceased had acquired a fair competence. His wife and three children, two sons and a daughter, survive him. The daughter, Louisa, is the widow of Louis P. Thomas, and the sons are William C., who conducts a j pharmacy on South Jacob street, nnd Dr. Edward L., of South Jacob street, also. The funeral wlil take place from the St Paul's German Lutheran church tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. H. Haas will conduct the services. The I deceased was an elder in the church, and a member of Concord Lodge. I. O. O. F., and of the Haurl Gauri Society, and these organizations will attend the funeral. Interment at Mt. Zion cemetery. "I CONTRACTED a severe cold from wet and exposure. Bronchitis followed. Doctors failed to relieve me. Several of the members of my family had died of consumption, and I thought I was doomed. Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup brought instant relief and per- ' feet cure." M. Unger. Union Corner, Northumberland Co., Pa. 2 i Ifthc Baby li Cutting Te?th I Be sure and use that old and well-tried | remedy. Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothe* the I child, softens the gums, allays all pain, , cures wind colic and Is the best remedy 1 for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a i ; bottle. nnvf&w. i GET a copy of the new song, Rock-aBye Lady. Words by Eugene Field, ' music by Miss Flora H. Pollack. , F. H. BAUMER CO. DIED. , i ' ARMBRECHT?On Saturday. February , 1'7. 1S>7. at R:4."? p. in.. LOITIS ARM- ' BRECHT, gaed 71 years, G months and i I 21 days. I Funeral from St. Paul's Gorman Lutheran ' church Wednesday afternoon at 2 ft'oinnir Krinudfl of the family aro In vllcd to attend. Interment at Mt Zlon cemetery. ALEXANDER?On Sunday. February 2S. ?t !>:30 a. m.. HOWARD, infant miii or Beaton and Floru Alexander, nilcd 3 years. Funeral from residence of parents, No. !in Virginia street, Tuesday afternoon at '.'.30 o'clock. Services at Mt. Calvary chapel. LAVEY-On Sunday morning. Fehruxry L'S, 1S97. at 11:11ft o'clock, JOSEPH F. LAV 13 Y. Funeral .from his Into residence. No. 1044 Charles street, on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Requiem high mass at St. Joseph's Cathedral nt 9:30 o'clock. Friends of the family Invited to uttend. Interment nt .Mt. nilvary cemetery. UNDERTAKING. f LOUIS BERTSCHY. (Formerly of Frew & Bertschy.) , Funeral Direclor ami Arterial Luibalmrr, ] I I1IS MAIN STREET, EAST SIDE. Calls liy telephono answered day or night. Store telephone. 635: rasldonce, 601 < SHOEMAKER. JOSEPH J. SMITH, ? 1400 MARKET RTUEK.T, PRACTICAL SHOEMAKER. Shoes neatly repaired and half soled 1 while you wait. iiai.t soi.isti iI'mj<.i:i> use AM) IlKCI.IMi. (MiWKP.. 000 1400 Market street, corner Fourteenth. RESTAURANT AND CAFE. JUST OPENED f I ?*taitrant nn?t Cafe J < 1402 Market 8trect. Warm meals scrvod In their host style. Dlnlns rooms cosey and snug. All short* order cooking. and prion reasonable. Only restaurant that provide!) a llrnt-clas* i ladles' and (Jentlemen's Dining Parlor. I Entranee on Fourteenth street. I Merchants' Dinner Dally, 85 cents. First-class French Chef. nolO 8. BRUBAKER, Proprietor. I IADS BROS. Korrect Klothing wear and none other; , KORRECT IN FIT, ORKMANSHIP. No ' tter clothing than ours; : ours are about ONE[ OCK is fast ncaring its re arriving daily, and in able to show yon the if up-to-date, ready-to; and children, that you ' , and at priccs that will BROS., HOST CLOTHIERS, - - - Wheeling. W. V?. f WOMAN ithlf, rftfoUUsr medicine. Only UnMai ildbeoaed. If 70a want the tot, get Pennyroyal Pills la in resalt The xrailnc (Dr. Feel's) oercrdlfn* Addrew ftUL Mania** Go., Cleveland* O. successor to McLaln's Pharmacy 3>7 ING." THEN )LIO ROYALTY ITSELF* CLEARANCE SALE. BLOND'S Clearance Sale OF Men's, Women's, Boys' and Girls' SHOES. High Grade Calf Shoes, pointed toei. regular $3.50 and $4.00. for $2.50. French Enamel Box Willow and Patent Calf Shoes, cut from *5.00 and $9.00 tc $3.85. SPECIAL?-430 pairs Ladles' fine Kid. Button, hand sewed, square, round and common-sense toes, sizos 2%. 3 and 8ft, reduced from >3.00, $3.50 and $100. to $1.69. L. V. BLOND. ?s MERCHANT TAILOR. |J C. CALLIGAN. ft || $ 15 Suits. j| II $4 Pants. i| rr Made to lour Order, rj || C. E. CALLIGAN, ft AGENT. STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETO. The Red Letter Postal Scales. Shows at n glance tlie exact amount of postage. whether llrsr. second or third i'lasM matter. Price J1.50. At JOS. GRAVES' SON, NO. 80 TWELFTH SWEET. f 7?f) POUNDS W3U Blank Books Opened to-day, Including all sizes, from r.c Mem. to $10.00 Ledger. A full lino of LETTER COPYING HOOKS In bent Parchment Paper. Always the largest stock and lowest prices. STANTON^s'^k store VALENTINES. PINE AND COMIC. \t wholesale nnd retail. Orders filled promptly. Papers and MuiiurHie* at pub* Ushers* lowest price*. School nnd MIscoN laneous Hooks, Stationery, Gospel Hymns. C. H. GUIMBY, Js23 1114 MarHet Street.