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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, April 06, 1897, Image 8

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I OFFER
55 pieces 44-lnch
t Imported All Wool
| Covert Cloth,
;/ value 85c, at
59c.
. . . . . . . . . - . . .
!jr ??# ???? ? ?
I 35 pieces 38-inch
I Silk and Wool
; > Check Dress Goods,
p value 65c, at
138C.
5(Hnch wide
Black Sicilian
Cloth at
33c.
158 pieces 24-inch
wide Foulard Silks,
All New Spring
Shadings, at
29c.
YABD
SPEC
I In Wall Paper Departri
In Up
=====
Stone &
I '
HOUSEHOLD OOODS-Q
_____
I BLEACHED TABLE LINENS.
Remnants from th* mil), containing
from 2 to Vh yards, at the following: low
prices:
IS cent quality at 29c yard
75 cent quality at Mc yard
90c quality at CCc yard
1100 quality at TSc yard
ALL Table Linens In stock at greatly
reduced prices this week.
PILLOW CASEST
SHEETS AND BOLSTERS.
Posted women will never think of buying
the materials when they can come
here this week and purchase perfectly
made Pillows, Sheets and Bolsters at LESS
than tho cost of materials.
Good Pillows 7c up. Goods Sheets ttc up.
!We have odorlHm feather and half-down
filled TJcktof PIUow? very cheap.
MATHNGS.
Buy from ua and you -will be SURE of
RAcurins fresh, toft and pliable Mattln**.
and not brittle, breakable stock from prevIoum
immhi. We keep no cheap grad"*,
but atart food Mattlnjr? at 10c yurd. Ten
vradea, all tho way up to Uc yard.
<tf 3Q A SUN
$1*07 COMFOI
Thefle art full ilz*. made of bent plain a
white cotton. Only 100 ot them and price ||
J Geo. M. Sn
HATS?M'F
I I; To Keep Thing
i
for
:; ??
ooooooooooooc
- McFADDEN'S
1330 AND 1323 MARKE'
I > ? ? ?? ?'
-gTONg Si THOMA8.
Thomas.
m
/
urr nn
25 Young Ladles'
Silk Lined Covert
Cloth Jackets
$4.95.
100 pieces Smith's
Velvet Carpets,
30 stvles. value
$1,00, at
85c.
90 pieces Hartford
Axminster Carpets,
value $1.35, at
$1.00.
20 pieces extra quality
in a number of
designs, 98c quality
Black Silks, at
69c.
y a no.
IALS
nent.
iholstery Department. J
Thomas.
EO. M. SNOOK & CO.
; a few prices on
OLD GOODS
' Interest economically Inceepers
for miles around.
_ r t<_? *1/ i. a
sior mis ween uniy.
BED SPREAD BARGAINS.
1W Hummed Crochet Spread* 49c earh
15n Hemmed Crochet Spreads w?c earh
Fine Marseille* Sprutda proportionately
cheap.
TOWELS.
' W dozen largo Honeycomb Towels 4c
each.
CO doxrn InrjrtHt and fo*?*t Turkish Bath
Towels In thf? Hty at ICe each.
Good lluck Towel*. *lz? 22x44. at 124c.
The Ianrest nnd t>e*i hemmed Huck Towel
ever offered at 2Sc. Just note the tlzr,
34*50 Inches.
2." dozen fiatln Dama?k Napkins 29c
dozen. Others In proportion.
MUSLINS.
Finest Bleached Mu*lin In 12 to 3)-yard
ICIIK'lin .11 ?*?1 tdl<l,
Fine 4Mnch'l nbleached Muslin at 4*ic
yard, and yard wide at *V?c yard.
RUGS-DRUGGETS.
Only pretty on** hir?, which w Know
will wear. ANOORA MOIIAIH l(L"Q8 nr*
ornithine NEW. They're aoft. luitrnua
and durable. AH *lx?'S and colon*. UaichcMan
Hug* In fln*r a**ortmmt than
ver. It Includes a new *hsp? for piano
uw. High Art Rev*r#lbl? Myxnntlnc Ituga,
slzrn Kx26 Incliea up to OxlJ feet.
IMER 1 OQ
*T AT
nd figured Bllkallnca and flllod with soft
only |!.W.
look & to.
'ADDON'S.
;s Moving !
In week we nro (joins to nell nn extra ..
* *2.00 quality of Men's HtIff Until ( >
$1.60?every hat I* the very latest ( ^
rect Purine ntylr?<iohr* black or th? ( ,
uant golden brown?In quality, trim- { (
ftg and eolor they all look n? fln?? iih ,>
r 13 hat. { }
OOOOOOOOOOOO <'
HAT STORE,;
r STREET, WHEELING.
anOES-ALBXANQFR.
THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE
money In'ChUdnTrn Bhowsi'there Vro 0 th- .
era who will have no mnko but
)?AIfU>, 8CH0BKK A CO.'B.
They do cont more, but they uro worth
tho price. yVtt represent tho lino In Wheel*
in*.
ALEXANDER,
SHOtSOim 1049 MAW ST.
S About <? f
I the Only I
| & People | <
iWho do not Uke the new jr?
lyle UJDWIG PIANOS 5?
we are selling, are those fix
who are trying to veil K ?
Rome other kind. But ?? *
w? can't please every- jS *
F.W.BaumerCo. ? ?
M mo MARKET frrnsET. S (l
t
?\f.3ntclligcnrer :
Oltlr*! Nih. ?S uuU ~T Fourt??iUh Mr??U j/
!*??r Advrrtlirmfitt*.
^Quarter-Day Extended?Mutual Savings t,
xiana. ..
Step Ladders?II. F. Behrens Co.
Stocks for Salo?Howard Hazlett. .
Blank Books, Btc.-Carla Bros. ?
Another New Oreal?Albert Btolse & Co. b
Dr. W. S. Hutchtns?Iteinoved to 910 K
Main Street h
Combination Sale?O. B. On*. ?;
Notice'Woman's Hospital Association.
For Kent?Four Rooms.
Two Good Bal**m*n Wanted.
Found?A. Small Common YeKow Dog, t
Salesmen?110 Dully Made. t
Stockholder's Meeting? York Manufac- a
turtnir Company.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership? ?
Geo. B. Dryden. J. F. Park.
Wanted?A Live, Energetic Man.
Our Opening Day Was a Success?Palace I
Furniture Co.?Fifth Page. H
OfTer?Stone & Thotna*?Eighth Page. s
Our Ships are In?Q. Mendel &, Co.?Second
Paife.
The Sermon?Baer*s Clothing House?
Eighth Page.
"THAT HEAVY, TIRED FSEI.IHO," V
Canard by reading tb* aelf-praUIng ails.
of arlf-uametl optical expert* (J), doe* S
tor* (t;, professor* ;? and clalrrojranU >lj t<
ran htCHrtd WllhOtlt UObllcllf I?f J* W,
Urabb, Optician. _~ H
spring opening or c mess & sons. j
Wt 1m*? now on exhibit all 111* latest
novrltlra in IniUnr. Troaeerlage, Ftnef 0
Vesting* and Ornroniinp.
The atyllih ppraranrt, ?ood fit, dintIiMlty
and ent lr* tMlifittlou of oar fir- j
menta U oar rapatatlon. _
Price* of our Sultlug* till* aprln* will "
be rJ0.00 and up, rrontrrlnKa 95.00 and ?
up. Oar Ueutv Parulablug department t
U complete. Tl*e best foodi at lowest o
price*. C. IIICIH * AO.MB, b
IMl and 132.1 Market Street. ||
(I
OPEJUffti Taeedar and Wedneeda?. v
HOHld. 1090 Mala Strret. j|
TPBHEB8 EL8CT J
Ofllrrra for the Knanlng Year-A Clan S'
Kntertalnment loon.
Last nljrht the Wheeling Tumvwln R
met at Turner hall. North Market ?
Htreet. and elected officer* for the year.
On April 2G the clans that Is to represent
this turnvereln at St. Louis In May. *
will fllve an exhibition and ball far
their benefit. The officers elected axe:
President?Joseph Welsgerber. i
Vice President?Nick Plume. il
First Turnwert?Louis Bartens. .
T?Muvri-?t. Kriiff
Secretary?Martin Rug?aber.
Corresponding Secretary ? James ^
Schenk. d
Financial Secretory?Joseph M. Kurtz.
Treasurer? K. H. Vaai.
First Property Holder?Frank S/roub. tl
Second Propertj' Holder?George h
Brandfas*.
Librarian?Albert Fisher.
Hall Committee?Joseph Welsgerber, p
H. E. Schambra and Andrew Blschoff.
OPENING OP THE PALACK ,,
Furniture ('oni|mnf'i Placa of BhiIiini <1
Yeatcrdar.
The opening of the furniture emporium
of the Palace Furniture Company yea- /]
teniay afternoon and last night. wo* an
event that drew large crowds of expect- 7
ant customers to the new establishment.
The building, at 1115 Main street and 1116
Water atree:. had been filled with a most
complete and up-to-date a took of furniture.
carpel* a ml household good/9, in aJl t
gradea and styles, making the stock one c
that excell* for assortment, quantity and '1
quality. The new firm certainly had a ^
most successful opening day, which war- ?
ranted the pleased smiles that were r
nntlced on the faces of the managers. J
From ili? IfoaptMl.
Brakeman Sarber, of the Wheeling 1
Bridge & Terminal Company, who was
Injured by falling from n ear. n short j
time ago, was taken from the City hos- c!
filial to the Itoltlmoru & Ohio depot in I
the cliy ambulanee, yesterday morn- 1
-?. I.... V....IA1 ,-tf hla Mnncapi
lliK. i urn* ij? iiw . v~
and he was taken to his home In Pittsburgh
to die.
FOR rheumatism and neuralgia use
Salvation oil, tho greatest euro on
nrth for pain, it in an Infallible euro.
25 cent*. _ o
SEE Kldpath's Historical Library. *
fl(ilio|i|N-r'? OpmlHg.
Our Millinery Opening of fine Tat tern
Hat* and Bonnets will take plaeo on
Tuesday and YVeflneiday. April 6 and
7. E. HCHOPPEK, 1067 Main street.
OPKMNU i tirtila v and Wixfueitfar.
U'OIII.M, IIHi it Street. <
ATTRND iilf- upertlnff Of MlM TJ. L.
Par I, Tu c?6ny, "NVMnfsdny and Thursday.
_
OPKM?f(l orituxpnllfriii April 13, 1145
Mnlii?lrr?t. MIMJRMIK MvUDAJI.
flEJE Kldputh'* Historical Library.
OABTOIIXA. y
ANOTHER GOES.
Ubcrt Spcldcl, the Secoud Hydro
phobia Suspect, Departs
:0R THE PASTEUR TREATMENT
it fhe JfifT York Inetltnte-Eneoaraglng
Report Received from fw*??The En?
tertaluiuant at the Grand To-nl*hJ-Tki
Bale of Tlckete LarRti bat There art
Many Good fteata Yel Available?A Vcrj
fine Programme Prepared*
The Hydrophobia Relief Fund.
oncph Speldcl I 25 0
ohn 8. Naylor 25 0
aeh G ?
,'aeh : 10 0
'a-'ih 25 0
'aah loo
*anh.. r? o
!. Hots & Bonn JO a
'anil 2 0
1. P. Hehrenn' Company lo 0
'aah 10
V. Va. Clrrla So. 251. Protected
Homo Circle SO
?iwl Ijihnr Ax
mio vain-; ? - ? ? ? ^
sornbly ?.? 0
inron idocii. Now York ..... GO 0
Ainuol H. Bloch 2T? CM
,otii* Wbft t 0
talph Klin* 5 a
tr?. Morris Horkhelmer 6 tt
lOMtl 1 01
,e? Fredrrtch 6 01
leorffo PunII 10 0
Irs. J. R. Hell, Weft Alexander & u
lash 1 0<
Irs. John B. Garden, treasurer "The
LMestrlck 8kuh" under the aunElces
of the King's D&uuhtors,
tnlted Presbyterian Church 1M 71
?. W. O. Hard man, Mlddlebournc,
\V. Va S 0)
Roman's Musical Club, concert...... 15 2!
iLfh 1 u
Total M4I 0
Yesterday another of the hydrophobic
uspects was started on his Journey t(
few York for treatment at the Pas
pur Institute. He was Albert Speldel
f the South Side, one of the ecverai
ho u-ere bitten by that mad dog on th<
iorn!ng of January 28. Bpeldel was accompanied
to the Pennsylvania mtailor
y several of his friends, w-ho, with the
ntelllgencer man. who purchased hli
allroad ticket, sent him on his Journej
i a very cheerful mood. Like Freese,
e will receive a fifteen days' course ol
reatment at the Pasteur Institute.
Interest lias now centered In thl
oncert at the Grand Oprru House this
vetting, for the beueflt of the I nielliencer's
hydrophobia relief fund, whlc*
) to be given by "MUfical Wheeling,'
or many of the representatives of th<
liUHlcal colony have freely volunteered
heir services and make an array o!
ilent that It sure to result <n nothing
ut an excellent entertainment.
The tickets are now on sale at a numer
of places in the city, and seats cat
e reserved at the music store of M11Uan,
Wilkin & Company. Already ther?
as been a large advance sale, bul
here are ? number of first class seats
tot yet taken. People desiring to atend
a first class entertainment and al
he name time contribute to a noble efart
in charity, should not fall tooccupj
seat at the Grand to-night.
It Is probable enough money will b<
dded to the fund to send one and po?Ibly
two more of the suftpect* to th?
asteur Institute. If the bouse Is filled
I is certain two caa be sent. And 11
houtd be tilled.
Site Will HKortr.
<hn inmate of an ftasl
I'heeling house, who tried to bid adieu
3 the world by means of mcrphlne. on
unday night, will recover. Her atimpt,
which was exclusively published
i yesterday's Intelligencer, was nearly
uccessful. and the doctors who had
>een summoned at 9:30 o'clock thai
lght. did not cease their efforts tc
ring her to life until 7 o'clock yesteray
roornl&rr.
MRS. A. IN*VEEN*, residing at 72C
fenry St.. Alton. 111., suffered with ?cltic
rheumatism for over eight months,
he doctored for It nearly the whole ol
his time, using various remedies recmmended
by friends, and was treated
y the physicians, but received no re.
ef. She then used one and a half botles
of Chamberlain's Pain Baltrvwhlcfc
fleeted & complete cure. This in pubshed
at her tcuupxt, as she wants othrs
similarly afflicted to knon- what
ured her. The 25 and 50 cent sizes foi
al? by druggists.
PETER CLAXJS. corner of Zane and
turon streets, has his IceCream parlors
pen for the season. All orders filled
n short notice.
DOX'T mlii Wort*' Optttlnic Tnr?d?f
ud WdnrnUy, I03M Main Mrc?l.
BEE Rldpath'e Historical Library,
III IIVPIIV Opening Tuesday and
llUiUlRIU Wednesday. April * and 7.
,11 Invited. MAR8DEN L. COLVIO.
ATTEND the opening of Miss B. L
'art. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursay.
MMH JKKdt: .lieADAM will np?M m nm
!??# afmlUlntry TJifiruUy. April ?. Will
ve opfulnf of Anr vMi?rti? April 15.
MUkJEMlR .HeAIIA.M.
I.&O. Ricnrilon to U'aihlnclon, D. C.,
Thnrtrfajr April H, 1#1?7.
Round trip $10. Tickets good returnUK
on all regular trains, within ten
lays. Including date of Male. Through
'oilman sleeper from Wheeling on th?
2:25 a. m. train.
iPPVIVfi ll\V Opening Tuesday and
1 L.M.iu il.li Wednesday. April 6 and
. All Invited. MAKHDEN L. COLVIG
SEE Rldpath's Historical Library.
IT Is surprising what a "wee Mt of ji
hing" can acconipll?h. Sick headache
onstlpatlon. dyspepsia, sour stomach
Izslne**, are quickly banlihed by fteVllt's
Little Early ltls**rs. Kmall pill
lafe pill. Best pill. C. B. Qoetze. corier
Twelfth and Market streets; BoivW
i Co.. Bridgeport; Peabody & Son
leu ivood. 4
I. AO. Kxctirvlon lo Waiblniion D. C.,
nil Baltimore, ThttraiUy, April ft, 1*97.
Round trip J10. Tickets good returnng
on all regular trains, within ter
lays, Including dat<? of sale. Througl
Mjllnian weepers rrom w?<
2:35 u. m. Bill! 0:40 p. m. trains.
OOVT mix Weill' Op??lii? Tnttdiy
nil W<dnr?lar< !??? MM11 ?!? ?.
SEE Rldpsth'l llHtnrlcal Library.'
I'liflF, FIELD'S tvurm po?v<ler? m>!(;
n a ^uni.ml.'i: try th'Mii: at _<lrtigglnts
rWNEW^WAY.
a out swciss io? rmw mi
MM>S 01
Our new Mcicnilflo method of examining
ho ?yo? r.nd flttlnf glaaaeai without put
inn (1 ruff a In the eyoa and making ih?
latlent blind for a week. or having than:
ll for hour* looking at ohartn and trying
o fit thrm?tlvo? until they become ho bo
vildered they cannot tell what they car
fo. We flt tho eye for examination with
nit depending nn the patient ana knew
khen they ere fitted rorreotly.
Conaultatlon and examination fr??.
PROF. H. SHEFF,
The Scientific Optician,
Telephone No. S4J. U19 llalu UtrnU .
THE HUB?CLOTUIB!
THE HI
Brings1
, Tliis Spring?a greater?a rlcbei
i a satisfaction that grows ont ol
' that Is realized In increased vain
faction that comes with a largei
isfaction that is found only in pe
Men's Clothing.
Our stock of 8prliiff Suits and
Spring Overcoats barely crowdf
in our flret floor. It Is tailored,
*k>. The best ttie best band# In
the craft can turn out. We have
thought of you with your whims.
J and you of the extra atout and
exra slim site, whose belt you
; would have to untie to be flited.
-Just take our nice Suits and
Overcoats and compare 'em with
anybody's, In every way?worknanshlp,
materia!, trimmings, fit,
price. If anywhnre in Wheeling
you find as satisfactory at anything
like our prices, come back
and get your money. Bulta 15 to
( 325. Spring Overcoats 5i? to jis.
' Dress Trousers Jl.SO to 56.00.
; Easter Scarfs,
To-morrow we shall open what
| we've hat) designed and made up
J especially for Easter. As strong
in the 25c and 50c grades as anybody
eto at 50c and 75c. Stronger
In variety.
THEN
Clothiers, Hatter
HUB COBXER, FOCBTEEXT
Wheefing's largest and On
BASH'8 OLO'
' HIT?PI
life, and the Clothing Business
. We are proud to state that our
our Clothing,
"EQUAL TO CUSTOM
are winning not only the Coni
Friendship of the people as w<
i * BME
CLOTHIN
| *
8HOES-J. H. LOC
1 I Ladies' Kino Yicl Kill Shoes. 1
; I Chocolate and Wino Color, Net
f
: i
4 Gentlemen's lino Yicl Kid Shoo
, Chocolate and Wine Color. C
X Tht* represent everylhinj you cin g
. A P"?
\ J. H.. LOCKE
Wall paper.
: WALL PAPER,
NEW SPRING STYLES,
Embracing the latest designs in
Wall and Ceiling Decorations.
We arc confident we can
r satisfy you, both in our goods
and prices, if you will kindly
: give us a trial.
I
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO.,
j 1110 MAIN STKKKT.
(13 AND FURN?l3nBB1.
UB
ITaii QofinfrtflfJ An
iuu uaiidiauiiuu
r?a taller satisfaction than ererf
redoubled effort?a satisfaction
les and decreased prices?a satis
rarlotjr?a wider serTice?a hat.
rfectlon.
IDAnci' Plnthinrf
JJUJO UlVlllillg.
I If you would only ilke n l-wtj
, around first you'd come bacic her?
and buy. with ?o much great*?
appreciation of our values and
varieties, you'd understand h*t?
ter Just what we mean by lowec
prices and better qualities nnd
larger assortment. Our eye$ irt
on our Boys' Clothes from th?
very beginning of the miking
and to the end of the wearlar,
too. for our iruararrtee zoe* with
'em when you buy them, if tlwy
waver in their service, giving
back, they are to come to us ?t1
back the money la to go to y<n*
Short Pants Suits J1 to ly>ng
Pants Suits 13.50 to $15. Novelty
Suit* ' $L25 to S6. We're *>lt
agents for the Mrs, Bopldm
Knee Fasxa and Golt Coattaa#
tlon Suits.
Free.....
To every purchaser 5n our Boy^
ami Children's Wear Des>arta<a|
during this and next we*k w*
shall give one of the latest and
greatest craze, The-Cocm-ln-ta*
Hole-Puzzle. Lota of fun la 'to,
( boys.
HUB,
s and Furnishers,
II AND MABKET STBEETi
ty Strictly One Price House.
rHINO HOP8E.
The
fiprmnn.
V-fVl (llVfll*
Do right! Don't mi?
represent! Don't try to tak#
advantage of those who havt
confidence in you. What a
wonderful amount of meaning
there is in that one won?
CONFIDENCE! The bust
ness of the world hinges upon
it. It applies to all walks ot
; in particular.
Methods and
1 mdl" ilpi
idence, but the M " M
BRS#
G HOUSE.
KB SHOE COMPANY.
iutton mid Lace, 4
;<ue Mild coin Toes,
$2.50.|
?, I.nce and Comrrcss, ? o nn
oiu Toes, ....
;ct, ind more thin you will up?t lor tht I
r SHOE COj
OPTICIAN. .
it HHK im ^
m#nt. M
We have ppoured the <ervlrr? of Mr ^
TV ?.*?? .. 1. ikl.ln MS .
nml . ?n Kuuran'tVc utTsfaJiionto our customers.
Dillon, Wheat & Handier Co.
MioEMAKSK. ;
JOSEPH J. SmTThT"
U 1400 A UK i:r ?TBKKT?
PRACTICAL SHOEMAKER.
Shoes neatly repaired iind halt
while you w?it.
1IM.P SOLING i PkttHKI) ?Sal
* v" OlflM IVfl . .IPU'CII
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