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7e~Sell , rash Suits j That arc made right, fit right, and are priced right The goods are thoroughly shrunk before being made, and they don't-look like a rag after being worn a few days. Many new patterns and designs, exclusive with us. Prices $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50. c ^t.r-TT miT? Awn VESTS SJ.7C and Sq.oo. I.3E,I\VJ v/v/niM T ?? ? ? T*; / ?/ 1 %i WHITE DUCK PANTS $1.00 and $1.50. MANHATTAN SHIRTS, in Silk, Madras and Flannel. VEGLIGEE SHIRTS, Cuffs to Match, 50c, 75c and $1.00. IICYCLE SUITS, All Wool, $5.00 and opwards. LIGHT .WEIGHT UNDERWEAR, All Grades, Plain and Fancy. BICYCLE LEGGINS, Belts, Shirts and Trousers, VI. Gutman & Co.I RETAIL DEPARTMENT, MAIN AND TWELFTH STREETS. The Last Week jijijiTO SECURE jtjtjt INCLE SAM'S NAVY. IXTELLIGENCER readers desiring back numbers or complete sets of this most interesting and instructive series of ??*?*?****??* ? 12 PORTFOLIOS of Uncle Sam's Navy have ONLY THIS WEEK in which to procure them. On sale at THE INTELLIGENCER OFFICE, 27 Fourteenth street, or sent by mail at 10 cents for each portfolio, and 2 cents each for postage. ADDRESS MAIL TO iortfolio Department, The Intelligencer, WHEELING, W. VA. | JULY BABQAIN8-OBO, R. TAYLOR CO. Julv Bargains. I J Geo. R. Taylor Co. )ffer this morning the entire balance of this season's purchase of adies' White Pique and 1 ....at.,.. Colored Shirt Waist!?. \ . ^ lack and Colored Parasols price. GOODS ALL NEW AND DESIRABLE. Vash Goods in Organdies, Dimities, Batistes, Lawns, etc., etc., at exrremelv low nrires. IGeo. R. Taylor Co. X "A TUKFJiCT TOOD?um WboloMome mm It in Vetlrloun." /\ X 'it WALTER BAKER & CO.'S Q $ BREAKFAST COCOA $ *J U Jlvvt* "Haaitoodthateitof more thin 100 yaart'use amoaf all Jv #\ M jflPrt claa?e?, and for purity and honest worth It unequalled.'* , V/ i | jm ^ 1 l.'V# j?Jl*iieala?4l SarfkmlJommml. < " > ffl A) Co?t? lets than ONE CENT a Cup. i# GlS I Trado-Mark on Evory Packago. V X "EfaAjgJ WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD., X atabllthod 1780. DO'tCHESTER( MASS. /\ CURFEW SHALL NOT Ring In Wheeling. Saya the First Branch of City Council. SECOND BRANCH HAD PASSED THE ORDINANCE FOR THE SECOND TIME ON A CLOSE VOTE. BUT IT WAS TURNED DOWN IN THE UPPER CHAMBER?RECOMMENDATION OP THE COMMITTEE ON PETITIONS AND REMONSTRANCES TURNED DOWN AND QU8 MATTHEWS GIVEN LICENSE. Last night a regular mooting of the I city legislature was bold, with a bare quorum present la each branch. The principal features of the very short sesI elon, which ended at 9 o'clock, were the turning down of the recommendation of the committeee on petitions and remonstrances that license be not granted to Ous Matthews at "The Clementine" stand on the upper market square, and the action of the flrsc branch In defeating the Curfew ordinance. This ordinance passed the second branch a week ago, I 10 to 8, after having been objected to at j a previous meeting; mat nigm tne second branch passed the ordinance th<? second time, 8 to 7. and It was flien sent over to the flrst branch, where It was defeated on a close voift. If the Humane Society workers had attempted to bring out the flrst branch councllmen who had expressed themselves In favor of the Curfew ordinance It would have passed In the upper branch. A QUORUM DIFFICULT. In ?the flrst branch a quorum was had on roll call, but in the second branch three members were needed. If was inng1 alter a ocjuck wucii um iiuuium was secured In the lower branch. Mayor Burtts presided in the first branch, and In I the second, In the absence of President j Chew, air. Fair was proposed for presiding officer but declined; likewise Mr. Neebltt; Mr. Beckett was in the same boat. Finally, one of the Democratic members, Mr. Hoe, took the chair. CITY CLERK'S REPORT. The report of City Clerk Watkine was read. It Is as follows: l I t DEPART- * 2 4 1 MENTS. ? ' S S I S ' I 5 5 & Board of pub-| I i.c worn*? i I I ... 10c levy I 23.000 OtfJ 5,580 K> *17,413 11 Contingent fund 20,800 00 13,032 38 7,767 62 Fire <lepartrnent 33,000 00 14,568 02 20,4313S limillh department ... 8.000 1)0 5,106 bti 2,833 94 Markets 2,600 00 806 fS 1,693 12 Police 27.520 00 13.195 56 14.024 44 City prison.... 3,500 00 1120 41 1,379 59 Swe5bfSr .... 700 00] (31441 ? 56 Real estate... 4,747 25 1,331 50 8,412 75 Cemeteries ... ??l 2MO ttl SKM8 Salaries 11.474 75| 5.G68 15| 5,806 60 CSp"n??...| 8.000 00|' 4,11! 151' S.S887 8S ^Z^'30 .. 2.G01 "4 1,251 37 1.260 87 Loan of 1S77.. 1J.66D Oil 12.SM 00 Loan of 1K81.. 12.315 60 i:.M5 SO Cboarta.'".... 106.86611 39.603 81 67,363 30 City ROS I works 05,000 00 52,160 76, 42.839 24 Loan of 1885.. 22.6S5 00 22.CS5 00| Collection of ' taxes 8,000 00! 662 2s; 2,337 72 Main street bridge loan.. 1,872 50 1.8T2 C0| Main street bridge loan, 2fl series 4,170 00 -4.170 00 Electric light loan 9,920 00 9,920 00 Main St. Stone bridge 11,488 09 11,448 09 40 00 Totals .... I428,l50^'n95,9sl~07l>232,160 2f City Collector Hall hnd turned over to City neceiver Forgoy tax collections us follows: Fifty-cent levy 121,183 82 Ton-cent lovy 3,?22 27 Tnfnl Hi frflft M THE CURFEW KILLED. The Curfew ordinance came tip for final passage, having received* a bare majority passage at the last meeting t?f council In the second branch. Tho vote last night was tlose, 8 to 7 In Its favor, an follows: Aye?Arndt, Beckett. Fair. MoFadden, ilegrall, Meyer, NesbUt Travis; total. R. No?GarUey, Hoe. Kaiser. Knoke, Marschner. Faul, Welsgerb<?r; total, 7. The ordinance then went over t<? the first branch where It went through Its first and second readings without objection, and was defeated on a close vote, as follows: Aye?Bachman, Hazlett, Horkhelmer, List Williams; total. 5 No? Davison. Ebellng.Haller, Schmidt, Strobel, Weidebusch; total, 6. LICENSES TRANSFERRED. The following transfers of liquor licenses were effected: W. H. Sherry. 2004 and 2006 Main street; from coffee house to ordinary. WllMe & Tyson, 1923 Main street; coffee house to ordinary. Monette & Fhs*terald, 2622 ChapUne street, to Joseph Monette. M. Hearne to John Flnnegan, 69 Twelfth etree't. MATTHEWS WINS. The committee on petitions and remonstrances recommended against the granting of a saloon license to August .uuiiiirw n .11 .iic uiu v^iciiit'iniiiu muuu In the Second ward. Mr. Marechnor moved that the second hranch non-concur In the oommJttee's report. The vote won 8 to 7 In f.ivor of non-concurronce. Mr. Marschner then moved that llccnue be granted Mr. Matthew*. The ayes and noes were called, and the licence was granted on the following very close vote: Ayes?Arndt, Gartley, Hoe, Kaiser, Knoke, Marschner, Travis, Welsgerber; tolal, 8. No?Beckett, Fair, MeFadden, Megrail. Newbltt, Meyer, Paul; total, 7. In the flret branch the motion 10 concur was passed without a dissenting vote. BILLS ORDERED PAID. The following committee Iritis Wero or dcrod paid: Pln? department S2.G9S 9?i Market department 01 oo Ilo^lth department 13 3". Police department: Police $ 85 96 Prlnon 145 04- 231 no Wharvn* 3 f.o Board of public work* 275 1-1 Tbta! $3,512 OS FOR AN ARC LIGHT. In the second branch then ivn.? n petition from Fifth ward cltlxens for an electric lljrht at Alley* B and 20, which wnn referred to the jra* board with rocommcdatlon that the light he placed. URRIGHT PIANO?good a-* new?at a bargain. F. W. BAUMRR CO. VIGILANT'SFLAG lUUod to U?? AeeomiMulmrnt of Sparelft** anil Mnmle Lut Hlcht?A Ltrgt Crowd Exhlb lrrt It. P.trlott.m. The First ward cltlsen Is a conservative Individual. He seldom advances to the front of the stage like his brethren of the Island, South Bide, or East End. but when be does Uft his head above the sea of common plsce things, something "draps." Last night he presented the Vigilant 'engine house with a Hag, and the accompanying "doln's" will go down into the history of the First ward j as one of the great nights that was. There was the flag-raising first and j foremost, but speeches, music,fireworks ; and decorations galore, further appeal- j ed to the enthusiasm of an audience of I 2,500 people, and the scene at all times | was one jo be remembered. The fire ladI dies put forth their best licks to making their engine house a thing of beauty j | and nearby residents on Main street | decorated their homes with profuse displays of flags and bunting. McClolland's band added to the enthusiasm with patriotic selections, and the speeches were thrilling to the core, reaching their apex of distinction when Harry McLure showered words of burning eloquence upon a surprised populace, as he received the flag in behalf of the firemen. It was his maiden speech, and worthy of a Webster or a uiay. The ceramonles began at 8:30 ociock and continued until 10 o'clock, and took place from a neatly decorated stand in front of the engine house. Mr. Will Caldwell was chairman and Introduced the speakers in well chosen remarks. On the stand were seated: Congressman B. 13. Dovener. City Solicitor Prank W. Nesbitt. Charles Shuck, J. J. Coniff, Dr. C. P. Ulrich, Jacob Snyder. Councilmen Harry W. McLure and Ben Connelly, Sam Phlpps, Andy Korn and Charles H. Miller. The exercises opened with the playing of the "Red, White and Blue" by the band. The first speaker was Mr. Shuck, who did himself proud. He spoke of the benefits of flag raisings and their value In inculcatina patriotism, and his references to the war with Spain were quite appropriate. Then the band rapped out "Yankee Doodle" in double quick time, as a prelude to City Solicitor Nesbltt's address, which was one of the mo?t eloquent of the evening. Mr. Nesbltt said that it was most fitting to do homage to a banner Which has taught European nations that the true Idea of the mlsBlon of governments Is the divine right of man; and he referred to the sneers of Europe years ago at the American Republic, which was said to be a Utopian form of government and would soon fall. Mr. Nesbltt's address was punctuated with applause, and in apostrophising "Old Glory" he said Its stars were a coronet of freedom, and its stripes tne scourges lor oppressors. Following this speech a crowd close by sent up an Illuminated balloon and scores of rockets. Chairman .Caldwell Introduced Mr. Conlff as 'The Beau Brummel of the Ohio county bar." Mr. Conlff replied to this Introduction in felicltlous terms, and then drifted into a warm arraignment of Spanish treachery. He didn't want peace until Spam had satisfied all "Uncle Sam's demands, nor that the dons should leave Santiago with side arms or any other kind of arms. Mr. Conniff argued against America having colonial possessions or allying itself with England. Dr. Ulrlch was the next speaker, and his remarks were as he Intended them to be. "Like my body, short and full of meat." The flag was purchased through con I trlbutlons of patriotic North Wheellngltcs, and no man was permitted to con! tribute over one dollar. It is a beauty, 15 by 25 feet In size, and it was pre, sented by Congressman Dovener In an I eloquent speech. The captain feelingly told of what the old flag stood for, and I he instanced the veneration In which Is held the name of John Howard Payne, the author of "Home, Sweet Home." Captain Dovener caught the crowd when ho cried, Just before the flag wa? unfurled, "Let us give three cheers for ' Old Glory. Are you ready? Then, hip, hip, hurrah!" j Every man, woman nnd child let loose In the cheering, and the band chimed In with the "Stnr Spangled Banner," while Chief Klleves pulled the I flag up to the pole. This act being perj formed, Captain Dovener made the forI mal presentation speech, and the reI sponae was made by Chairman McLure, of the council committee on flre department. As stated, his effort was a surprise, nnd when he Btumps the First tt*?rr1 fr>f (ho locUlntitro thin fall, he'll be met with open arras. Brnntlfnl Upright PInnnFor Pal*. I We have an Upright Piano, almost 1 new, which belongs to a gentleman In this city, who. having met with reverres, is obliged to sell It. In order to dispose of It at once we have been Instructed to accept any reascnable offer. This Is a rare chance for any one wanting a nice upright piano. For further particulars call at our store. No. 1310 Market street, where piano may be seen. F. W. BAUMBR CO. 91.00?To Parkerabnrgantl Marietta and It*tutu Muuctujr, Jnty IT, is0d.-ll.00. Sunday, July 17, the Ohio River Railroad will run nn excursion to Parkeraburg and Marietta at rate of $1 for the round trip. Special train will leave Wheeling at 8 a. m., Kenwood at 8:15 a. in., Mound*vllle at 8:30 a. m., arriving at Wllllamatown at 10:40 a. m., Parkersburg at 11 a. m. Returning, leave Tarkersburg at 7 p. m.. Marietta at 7:20 p. m. Parlor car will be attached to the train and seat reservation* may be aocured b?r applying to J. 0. Tomllnaon, Passenger Agent, Wheeling. died] KLAPPROTT?On Tuesdny afternoon. .|."V IJ. J5SJ, III o I-IOPK, ! It KUBRICK C. KLAPrnoTT. aged 73 years, 7 months anil 10 days. Funeral from his late residence. Blackyard Ilollow, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of family invited to attend. Iotermrnt at Stono Church cemetory. WILSON?On Tuesday. July 12. IKK, CORA A. WILSON, aged 37 vears, wife of Joseph Wilson, at her home. 213 Eighteenth street. Fnnnrnl notice hereafter. UNDERTAKING. T 0U1S BERTSCHY, i-J funeral Director an J Arterial Cmbulmor. nil Vntn ?tre?t, >T?atA1<ta. Cnll* by Telephone Answered D?/ or NIghL store Telephone Mi llcflklenre, 606. Assistant'* Tele phone, ??5. aul> ALEXANDER FREW. t uiierai uirecior anu mnoaiiner, 1208 MAIN ST. Under Competent Management. T?'lop?ioncg-Btore. g>: Renldence, 780. BRUEMMER A HILDEBRAND, IIMR41. DIRECTORS AND IMIHIMIR5, loraer Market lid 224 Streets Telephone 2d?. Opun Pay and Night. my2f j OLOrHlNO "Least Said," "Easiest Read rhis warm weather. We ha can fit any person, no-matte our famous BLUE AND BL AND VESTS. They are co< for hot weather comfort Th( In regards to CRASH SU.' from $3.50 to $6.00. These dc ' we show exclusively, are tl season, and are just the thing Before going on your vac; need something in _the FUR! and let us supply that need, mer Underwear, Handkerchii Belts, Neckwear, etc. KRAUS WlittLIN(j'& rlmt Strictly One Price. SOCIETY. Yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, at the Fourth street M. E. parsonage, occurred the wedding of Mr. Fred H. Frarler and Miss Zou Hastings. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Sooy, and the wedding: was a quiet affair owing- to the recent death of a near rel alive or tne Driae. me coniracung- parties are pronrtnent figures in Musical Wheeling, and in addition to the leading1 parts they occupicd* in the Fourth street M. E. church choir, are vocalists of more than local reputation. The bride is possessed of an unusually sweet soprano voice. Mr. Frazler is bookkeeper at the Wheeling Bakery Company. Mr. and Mrs. Frazler left yesterday for Clevehuvdi and will make a tour of the lakes, and will be gone two weeks. Upon their return they will bo at homo at 121 South Penn street, Island. At the home of the bride's parents, on Twenty-ninth street, last night at 8:30 o'clock, was performed the ceremony which united in marriage Mr. William Fette, proprietor or tne Harvest Home bowling alleys, and Miss Mary Soldan. Rev. P. J. Hob, of the German Lutheran church, was the officiating minister, and the attendants were Mr. George Belsinger and) Miss Carrie Fette, the groom's sister. A number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties CLOTHING I i A. .J. _? it - 11 WUt UI lilt II Ordinary^ [ ; is the selling we are now doing marks that exceptionally good : | superior lines of tailor-made LMSX1CIU11 ; ; There are facts about the makii : : summer wear that are not fully . j ; It's the most difficult to make, i fortable for hot days?if prop i : worn under more severe con : them look like rags in a day c ; i withstand these hardships. Thi : : est specialty in sumther?our sv ' r .v.. ci'L'T Trrn . . are pruui uiai uui jtvuui-ivj j | any other product?we've stud i i tercd the art. I! Prices Are Lov || D.GUNDL] ! Star Clothiers and Furnish id:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: DINNFR SETS-HOI Do Yo How much better a meal tastes w dishes. Ours are all decorated und SPBCIHLS F A Handsome 100-Plece Dinner Set: the color* . . . 56-Plcco Tea Set, decorated under HOUSE & F TUB HOME I # ? j i M V ' 1 ve filled up. again on sizes and r how large or small, in one of . '3 .ACK SERGES, $5.00 COATS j jl and dressy, and just the thing : color and quality we guarantee. ,1 ITS, we have them in all shades, luble-breasted Crash Suits, which . le correct tiling in crashes this J : for stylish dressers. ition you will find that you will NISHING LINE Come to us | We have complete lines-of Sumtfs, Negligee Shirts, Suspenders, . -lj 13ROS., l MOST CLOTHIERS, 1319 Market Street. |wer<f present, and voiced the congratfc- J-.' latlons of a large circle of acquaintanee* of the groom and bride. After* d wedding trip to southern points, nr. js and Mrs. Fette will be at home-on Vj Twenty-ninth, street. THE BUILDERS' EXCHANGE ij Of Cleveland- Will Entertain the Wheel- j ing Party There Thursday Evening. ?j Infornmtlon was received here last evening from the Cleveland Builder^ Exchange that Its committee would. meet the Wheeling Builders' Exchange A party on their arrival In Cleveland Thursday evening and extend to them J ana an meir inenuti um iuid vuiwb w??tesles and hospitalities of a very pleasant character, such a? was extended by the Toledo Builders' exchange two iS years ago. This will be a delightful way to spends the three hours In Cleveland Thursday i evening before the boat leaves, and all j who go will be welcomed to the hospital 1 Lies so kindly proffered by the Cleveland Builders' Exchange, which is one of the largest and strongest In the coun* . ' try. There will be a goodi representatlon from the Wheeling Builders' Exchange on its Mackinac outing.. I USED Upright Piano in perfect condl I IIUU ill USk UE BUIU O-b V.H.V. F. W. BAUMBB 00. ' ==^ . : : a : s ' : I I i 8 and many are the flattering re- ; j dressers are making about our ; : Clothing. |j ljr of skeleton clothing for mid- i j appreciated by average buyers. : It's the most stylish and com- : j crly made. No garments are j : iditions?conditions that make : >r two unless they are made to : : is kind of clothing is our great- j icccss this year and in past years i j 'N CLOTHING is superior to lied it for years and have mas- j : j Linen, Crashes, Serges. ! i Blue is the popular siudc. J* *>l J* : i : : [NG& CO., |f ers, 34 and 36 Twelfth St. \ \ JSrc & HERRMANN. u Eat? hen served on neatly decorated er the glaze and Made in Wheeling. sOR TO-DHY, the new blue and green are $10.98 the glaze . $3.62 1ERRMANN, 'ROVIDEHB.