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Cool Clothes FOR HOT WEATHER. Serge Suits at ?S.oo. $10.00 and $12.00, some oi them half lined. All Wool and Fast Color. New things in Linen and Crash Suits, well made, good fitting, thoroughly shrunk, at $4.00 and $5.00 the Suit Slimmer Underwear from 500 a Suit up to the best a line ot tnc celebrated Bonbon French Balbriggau Underwear at Si.oo the Suit. Best value in town. Summer Coats and Vests in Alpacas, Mohairs, Serges, etc., etc. Our Blue Serge Coat and Vest at $5.00 sell themselves. Have you seen them. Children's Wash Suits from 50c to $3.00. Children's Wash Pants at 25c. Fast colors, well made. We are selling lots of those ?9.80 Men's Suits, actual values $12.00 to $15.00. The biggest Suit bargain ever offered. Let us help you to keep cool We'll do it for lew money than you anticipate. M. GITMAN & CO. Betatl Department. Main and Twelfth Strents. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD QOTD3. HNOTHBR GMT AUCTION SALE OF NEW AND SLIGHTLY DAMAGED Household Goods! J WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30,1897, COMMENCING AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. Bed Room Suites, Refrigerators, Parlor Suites, Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, Sideboards. Dressers. Bed Springs, Wash Stands, Mattresses, Dining Chairs. Lace Curtains, Kitchen Chairs, Baby Carriages, Extension Tables, Carpets, Cooking Stoves Chiffoniers, Etc. Etc. I Sale to Tale Place at 1734 Market Street, NEAR W. & L. E. DEPOT. Everything Will be Sold at a Great Sacrifice. Wm. H. Haller, Auctioneer. I LIGHTNING I J CURES m i ne HEALS f j Cone, aj finr ?uts, * # Cramps, Shf M M g Burns, <J Diarrhoea # M V ? # Bruises, ? ' Flux, ^ B Scratches, ft 0 Cholera * Bites of # j n.0:^ /) Df) n Q srsr * |Sr,r' UnUrO ?"" = " j ^ BREAKS UP A COLD. ? <? 5wb Cititrwtttn-Kc mo 50c Pen Bomr. No Rtucr, No Pur. J i> mmjb Mi:t>ici.sn co. iioim-r i ?. ri? nmin isas^-vs; i in hi anv <4ti?r, 1 ' ^ If AH ' "'f npiunx TRADES ASSEMBLY" A Short Session of the Labor Hody Was Held Yesterday. HOLLOWED BY A BUSY MEETING Of the Trmlr* Auonlil)' Omprnl l.ntmr !>?> Committee? Male Fmr Cironit'l* to tie illp Scrim of till* Yenr'ii Celebration. Various Matters Settled?The Assembly <111 tlie Nr?v 'IV !? phone Company. ?"?? itiMiiimi i Hiiui irn. Sunday afternoon ot Trades Assembly hall, Market street, a regular meeting of the Ohio Valley Trades and Labor Assembly was held. The session of the assembly was well attended, presided over by President Ned Sims. The meeting wa? short, not u great amount of business being up for consideration. The boycotts of the assembly were reported to be progressing. Tiie legislative committee reported having met with the city water board recently, for the purpose of urging a third and Impartial test of coal at the water works pumping station as t" tinrelative cost of natural yaa and coal as fuel. The board had stated to the committee that if the coal miners' union or the trades assembly would guarantee to pay the possible difference in favor of gas In a month'.* trial of coal, such a tent would be made. The report of the committee was received and it wait continued. A delegate from the National Stogie Makers' League reported that the New York Central Tram - and Labor Assembly had. on the representations of the International Cigar Makers' Union, discriminated against the .stogie makers' organization. On motion the New York organization was requested to discontinue this discrimination. The carpenter's union notified the assembly that Mr. A. C. Cattermull, of Chicago, chairman of the executive board ?-f the Carpenters' and Joiners' organization, would address the Wheeling Carpenters at an Open meeting an Invitation to trades ass.-mnly delegates arid to members of their organizations to attend the meeting. A delegate introduced a petition to the city board of education, which is to be circulated In all of the labor unions affiliated with the trades assembly, asking that no action be taken on the high school project unless the matter is nlaced before the neODlc for decision. The following resolution relative to the new telephone company, was Introduced by a delegate and passed by the assembly: Whereas.un ordinance hoe been pondbefore the city council of Wheeling, giving the.People's Telephone Company the riRht to establish a telephone system in this city, and Whereas, We believe competition In telephones would result In reduced rates and be a benefit to the public, and Whereas* the work proposed by the new company would give employment to n number of our people who ure now without employment, therefor? be It Resolved, That the trades assembly recommend to council the Immediate passage of the People's Telephone and Construction Company'* ordinance, and Resolved, That the president of this assembly appoint a committee of seven Co present und urge favorable action upon *ald ordinance. In favoring the adoption of th?? resolution. er-Prtsident Riley said that com< ? wniiM mo.ui n. vice both cheaper and better by bath companies occupying the local Hold. Another advantage will he the benefit accruing to the city in the shape of a percentage ?>f the gross n-celpts of the company. He compared the rates chanced in Wheeling for telephonic sf-rvfee with those of other cities, showing that com petition means lower rates. Mr. Riley concluded with the suggestion that each member of the assembly use his personal Influence with councilmen to secure the passage of th<? onlinance granting a franchise to the People's company. The following committee, provided for In the resolution was appointed: Messrs. Riley, Bauer, Tlghe, Gillies, Donohuc, Collins and Mtonton. On motion of ex-President Tijjhe. }"0 was appropriated for the use of the labor day general committee. The arbitration committee reported briefly on tho difllculty among the butchers. LABOR DAY COMMITTEE Meed ami Takra U|i Many Matters Relating to the Dir. The labor day general committee mot after th* adjournment of the trades assembly, and took up many matter* In connection with the coming observance of the day. on Saturday, August 28, under the auspices of the Ohio Valley Trades and Labor Assembly. Chairman Gillie.-, of the grounds committer, made a report, submitting propositions from the .Mozart Park Association, ti> Wheeling Park Association and the West Virginia State Fair and Exposition Association. Wheeling Park's proposition was that the profit be equally divided between the association and the assembly. Mozart Park offered sixty per cent of the - .t._ ??. ?..i.) i,n prOCeCUS. or WH? p.?ir\ nuuia ........ to the assembly for the day nt $125, the necessary labor t<> be furnished by the association. Th?* state fair a?s relation offer ivai J150 for the grounds with lights Included. The committee recommended that the offer of the state fair association be accepted and a motion to that effect was passed without opposltlon. Kxperlments In the past have shown thnt*th? labor day celebration Is a more profitable enterprise when held on tfii Ir grounds. The printing committee was Instructed to have 6,000 admission tlckcts printed. Mr. W. If. Riley withdrew as chalrman of the amusement committee, and Mr. Fred. Wlllans was named In his stead. There was some discussion relative to the organization that Is to march at the head of the labor day street demonstration. It was said that the potters desire to be given the honor this year and are ready to furnish their own band. As the potters' delegate was not present fio action was taken nt this meeting. The matter will be further considered at the next meotlng of the general committee, two weeks hence. Two proposals for furnishing tlabor doy programme were submitted, but no action was taken; the matter was deferred until the next meeting, when other propositions may be filed. All propositions are to be on a cash basin Then r.\% :i discussion relative to the ehlef niai>holshlp. President Sims deellned to tak<- tin.* position, although Jt has hern usual for the president of-ftio assembly t>? bo thus honored other names mentioned were those of Messrs. A Itauer, K W. Collins. Itlley and Tlgh'-. The selection or the m-irshril was deferred until the next meeting. in n general way the matter <>r the ainii^'inent procianinic was discussed. There are I" I"' three horse races nnd It j? pvoba'd" thai a progr-iniine of three or f'?ar hlryeh- rac-\s will l>? run. Mr If M. Archer. ??f the Intelligencer, lias been placed in charge <?f the bicycle races. NOT only piles <f the wrv worst kind r in be curea by Do Will's Witch 1in7.fi Salve, but ?e*oma, scalds, burns* bruta* I.m||;-, ulcers nnd oil other : :iri trouble* imii oe Inslantlv li. \< d by the "ini" i nvdy. Charles U /. . .M irIcet and Twelfth street ; Chatham Slnrl'i |r, Poriv-nlxtll : 11111 .III ?' A I" I'1. N'1 '"7 M i n Icy r.r.H , l' in and Zniie stre< ; itowie ,'f'Co., t. All drupghtM gunmateo Pr. Miles* Paw pit.Wto .-'.op Headache. "Ono coat it duao." J "MONKEYED" WITH A SCRIBE A Jeweler mill it lU|lil(r II*-purler lo Figure In n Jiltllrt' Hliop. It il6o^rt*t pay to "monkey" with a newspaper scribe. He will get back at you some way. If the pen fall# to be mightier than the sword, he will unsheath his scabbard. Now, In then* dayp swords are scarce, ami he will graHpsomethlng.orseeksoniPthlng to tu?si'rt his prowess?the Judgment In a JUHtloe shop, perehonce. The justice shop will oe the arena of u fonlllct to-day between a pencil pusher and n well known business man. none other than J. W. Crawford, a RenInter reporter, and If. K. Hlllman. the J'-vvoler. The tilt Is billed for 2 o'clock this afternoon. before the Judnc of the lists, Squire Fitzpatrlck. The conljlct I* the outcome of a letter shown by Mr. Crawford i?? Mr. Hlllman Saturday night, nod which the latter, after reading, refused to Rive up. Crawford thereupon swore out a warrant before the justice, and bond being given, the hearing was set for to-day. The letter dealt with the late Garden Spot sensation, In which u young doctor and .1 young girl figured. The reporter received the letter, and solicited Hillman's opinion as to some of the statements. but Hlllman read the letter, and then pocketed it. Hence the suit. AN ELM 0B0V? FIGHT. Homer Smltli'a ProtrcM wllh III* Pli(i> "?rr?pi"?l (lie Clrovr. Elm Grove wns the scene of another flKht Saturday nlfc'ht, and yesterday four men sported optica clad in mourning. the result of contact with the fists of one Homer Smith. He was on a rampage, and made a remnrkablishowing, knoekln* down men with apparent ease. The town marshal was unable to capture him, acid so far he has not t?een arrested,. Similar occurrence* are giving Kim Grove unenviable notoriety. Street fights are becoming ?t)mmonHr. and a f?*w nights ago Hill" WINon created : havoc similar to that of Saturday night. The Inst occurrence Is creating k)m?- Indignation among th<? cltirenH, ftom?' of whom threaten to take th?? law in their hands if the authorities fail. Thr NarfdoiiU Trnnlilea. All is not running smoothly at the Macedonia Baptist church, colored, yet by any means. The members are still . at sea regarding a settlement as to a pas tor. Both the pulpit claimants. Revs. Johnson and Elliott, were on the scene yofopiav, and the confusion that relffned will likely end In another trial in a Justice shop. Squire Fitrpatrick being asked last night to swear nut warrants for some arrests, a pn?ceeding that will occur to-day. A council of the preachers of the denomination In this district was held a week or so ago. and decided in favor of Rev. Mr. Klllott. Tt cut no figure, however, as Rev. Mr. Johnson still holds the fort. Time Extended Twitty Days In Which to Get GENUINE DIAMONDS And Solid Gold Watches with Tea at 1033 Main Street. Worth coming miles to see. Barrels of genuine money, diamonds, emerald, p?arl and ruby Jewelry, solid on Id settings, also solid golu watches, besides many other articles too numerous to mention are anions the prizes distributed to purchasers of their choice blend of ten. which is well worth the price without the prize. Every can contains a prize of some kind. Among those who received valuable souvenirs so far are: Isaac Myers, traveling salesman, Chicago, received with his purchases $35 In cash. A. J. McKeeler, Uhrichsville, O.. received a genuine cluster diamond ring solid gold setting: S. S. Shook, farmer. Limestone. Marshall county, got a gent's open face Swiss watch with his cans of tea. Mrs. H. Byron, near Mar- , tin's Ferry, received with her orders $72 ' In cash; J. S. McBrlde, Carnegie, Pa., got u gent's hunting case stem wind and set. full Jeweled Springfield watch, with his purchases. Joseph Daller, barber. 1061 Market street, up stairs, received with his purchases $50 in cash and a ladies' hunting case watch. Iteita Caldwell, granddaughter of W. L. MoXeely, 110 South Front street, received with her cans of tea a ladles' hunting case chatelaln watch. Mr*. Col. Lyons, visiting city, received with her ord??rs a seven-stone diamond rlmr valued at $55. II. Mt roc t. _ ronrtli of Jul}'. On July 3, 4 nml r. the Ohio Ttlvar Knilrontl Company will .?cll excursion tickets between all stations on the Hno nt one faro for the round trip Tickets will l>c valid for return passage until I ni.'. '< In- lu i > t NOKRTAKINU. LOUIS BERTSCHY, (Formerly of Frew & Hcrtnchy.) Funrral llircrlor ami Arlcrial Hmhalincr, 1116 MAIN STHF.KT. EABT SIDR. Call* by trlephono answered day or nlnlit. Htoro telephone. 630. residence, Cos. KINMDY f. I Rl W, (rr?idu<ito of li. S. t Ollcfjc of r<nb?tlminf), flNI RAL DIRECTOR AMD LMBUMER, With ALEXANDER FREW, i"oh main >ri;i;t r. I fid phono It 0. _ BRUEMMER & HILDEBUAND, II M K41 DIRICfORS AND fMBAtMIRS. (ornrr Mflikrt flnil 22rf Mrrrt?. Tolcpliono l!v7. Open Pay and Night. tny23 L. Foster. Pleasant Valley, grot a gent's hunting case full Jeweled watch, Springfield movement. Chas. N. Murphy, r.ethany pike, received a irent'a open face watch with hi* purchases. How ran this be done? Simply by putting the expanse of two years' advertises Into thirty days, after which time the*c choice teas -will be sold, same price, quality and quantity, but without the prizes. So come or send your order before the time is up and get your watches, diamonds and fine teas, besides hundreds of other articles ,too numerous to mention, all of which arc distributed according to the amount sold. Don't put It off until the time 1h over. ti\cry can win jwatu.ci, tain ft prize of snmp kind. Open evenings until 8:30. Saturdays 10 o'clock. Prlcej, single cans. II; six Tor |5; 13 for lio. Lad5* clerks In attendance. FREEMAN'S GLOBE TEA CO.. 1033 Main SL Itraolnflona of Ilrapret. Whereas. It has pi *ed the Supreme Councillor of the Universe to remove from ??ur midst our beloved brother. Isaac E. Freese. and Whereas, While we how in humble submission to Mlm who doeth all thing* well, be It Resolved, That In the death of Broth?-r Free.4"*. Lincoln Council No. JR. Jr. O. U. A. M. has lost on excellent member, and the community 11 respected citizen. Resolved, That we extend to the family of our deceased brother our heart- ? felt sympathy nnd that the charter of this council be draped for the period of thirty days. Resolved. That n copy of these resolutions bo sent to the family of nnr deceased brother nnd printed In the dally papers of Wheeling. C. w. M'CHESNEY, WM. M MEEK. O. B. iM'DONALD, Committee. Adopted June 25. 1S97. PARTIES visiting New York during the summer or early fall, will And comfortable rooms with or without board, at Mrs. Patterson's, 38 West Thirty-fourth , 8EROE COATS AND VESTS?Kit AU3 BROS. YOU are not too tall, 01 are not too. small. YOU are not too stout, 0U are not too lean, Jt JC TO WEAR ONE OF OUR FAMOUS * j? no SERGE COATS AND VESTS. We have them in both Blue and Black shades, and can fit anyone. We guarantee the color. ' They are by far the best value ever offered to the people of Wheeling. KRAUS BROS. WARM WEATHER QOODR-GEO. R. TAYLOR CO. Geo. R. Taylor Co. Warm Weather Goods JUST OPB1TBD. 4* French Orcandies. Dimities. Batiste. ft White Goocis, Dotted Swiss, Plain ft H White Paris Muslin, Two Yards Wide, and Laces and Embroideries for ! * Trimming. ft Wash Suits and Separate Skirts, I4 Ladies' Underwear in Silk Gauze and Lisle, and Fine Cambric. Gowns, Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, ^ Corset Covers, Dressing Sacques, Ho siery, Gloves, Corsets, etc. We are agents for Centemeri Kid ^ H Gloves. New Linen Collars and Cuffs. +? New Parasols and Umbrellas in Best tj Twilled Silk. Boston Traveling Bags. J* J* j? jt H SPECIAL SALE?Goods advertised last week continued until July lit. Geo. R. Taylor Co. FREW'S FINE FPRNITttBE. Frew's Fine Fdrniwe. Parlor and Library Furniture A Specialty. Our stock is new and first-class. Do not fail to see our new styles of Green, Yelour and Damask Parlor Suites. The latest goods that are made. Fine Leather Couches, Chairs and Suites, on which we give a guarantee with every piece sold. FREWS FURNITURE AND CARPET STORE, Tolnnhnne 229. NEW LOCATION, NO. 1203 MAIN STREET. ro BE RIGHT IP TO DATE YOU MUST HAVE THE Daily & Intelligencer, coo?????REDUCED "I\a n r arsic B V/Sfl VVI B ILvJ Per Week. ALL THE MEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. - * ?"5 ? *' & - ? Send in Your Orders fit Onco by Postal Card or Tele* & ? * phone No. 822. ?< M I ka .