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SPECIAL??T
Clearing
for this i
to secure an unusually fii
little money.
- - ? r r
500 Men s suits 01 r
and Worsted, usual sellin
$15. A clean up of our s
ready for Fall Trade for
$8.
On our bargain coi
M. Gutm
RETAIL DEPARTMENT. COB
PURNITDRB- ALB
Furniture B
i
The styles are here,
here, the reasonabli
been looking for
everything that ma
buying easy. Thei
ment that will caus
bring you back agaii
our special line of
sote and velour Co
and prices will inter
Alexand*
Furniture, Carpets, Etc. '
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
ASSIGNEE'S SALL
i
Assignee's Sale ot Ohio County Real
Estate.
B>* virtue of a deed of assignment made
by Thomas W. Klmmins and SophJa Kimrains,
his wife, to me, as assignee, boarIns
date on the third day of February, 1S9S,
and now of record in tne clerk's oillco of
the county court of Ohio county. West
Virginia. In Deed of Trust Book No. 61,
page 423, I will on
THURSDAY. THE ISth DAY OR
AUGUST. ISM,
bp!! at public auction on the premises, two
miles southeast of Valley Grove, In Trlad'lj.hla
district. Ohio county. West Vlr?inia.
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., tho
ollowlng described property, to-wlt: All
of two certain tracts of land situated on
the waters of Middle Wheeling Creek, In
said district of Trladelphla, and adjoin*
Ing lands of James B. Chambers. David
Reed and others, and bounded and described
as follows, by a survey made In
March, 1SSS: Beginning for Its most easterly
point at a stone and thence with tho
line of lands belonging to tho heirs of
James Todd, deceased, south 4Z\? west 48.3
polf? to a stone; thence south west G9.2
f'Oies to a stone; thence north 45Vi" west
41.8 poles to a white oak. comer In lino
or lands of David Reed: thence north 29V
west 32.4 poles to a stake; thenco south
fp>V east 121 poles to a stone; thence south
east 18.1 poles to & stone; thence south
?2V east 03.1 poles to the place of beginning.
and containing seventy-nine (79)
acres, three (3) roods and three (3) poles,
more or less, this b?lng the same tract of
land which Joseph F. Klmmlns conveyed
to Thomas W. Klmmlns, tho undivided
one-flfth Interest In, by deed dated July 2i5,
1*90, and recorded In the clerk's office of
the county court of Ohio county. West
Mrglnia, in Deed Hook 85, page 129, and
the samo tract that John Klmmlns and
wife convevod. the undivided lonr-tlfths
of. to the .laid Thomas W. Klmmlns by
deed bearing dato on tho fifth day of
August, 1SS7. and recorded In Deod Hook
No. 80, at page 41, of tho tana records of
Ohio county. West Virginia.
Second tract is adjoining tho above described
property, and Is bounded as follows:
Beginning ot a stone, corner to the
above described land, known as the home
farm of John Klmmlns, deceased, and at
tho south side thereof, and running thenco
north 44* east 13 poles with said Klmmlns'
line to a stone; thence south 8* ea*t 77.0
poles to a stone; thence north $&% west
43.8 poles to a atone; thenee south 1' east
J 1.2 poles to a stone; thence north 45' w?-st
44.7 poles to a clone; thenco with tho line
of the John Klmmlns farm north ?> east
noles to the place of beginning, and containing
twenty (20) acres and five (5) poles,
more or less. This being tho same land
thnt was conveyed to the said Thomas W.
Klmmlns by James Todd and wife, by deed
hearing date on the fifth day of June, 18M,
ami now of record In the clerk's office of
the county court of Ohio county. West
Virginia, In Deed Uook No. 78, page 401.
Sulci land will be sold as a whole, or In
separate parcels, as may he deemed hest.
Title Is believed to bo perfoct, and all liens
will bo released.
Also, at the Fame time and plnce, will bo
offered for sale four work horses, two
bays and two grays, three head of milk
cows, one p. K. Deedrlck half circle hay
press, two farm wagons, one Adrlance
mowing machine, one Oliver chilled plow,
four sets of work harness, and about forty
tons of hay, two hundred bushels of wheat,
two hundred bushels of oats, and ten
acres of corn. BALE POSITIVE.
TERMS OF SALE.
Personal property, all sums of ten dol
? VI n-r-K, cami UH iiny ui imyu. y*n niirnn
over ten dollar* a credit of hIx monthn
v in he Klvrtn, the purchaser giving hi* note
with approved security.
Term* of Bale on Real Kntnto-Ono-thlM
of the piirchniM' money, and nn much more
* the purcha*er may elect to pay, In cash
on the day of sale, tho halanro In two
equal payment* at onn and two yenm, with
intcroHt from day of mile, the Intercut on
tho noccnd deferred Installment payahlo
annually. Th?i title to ho retained until
tho property In paid for.
W. M. PUNbAP,
lylR-mwAffcwy AsslRneo.
"I > A LL8, BOIIUCES AND PARTIES
Supplied with all kinds of Plain and Pane* I
Frintluu. An entire New Una cf Hamplen
or Hall Prnmrommc*. Ticket* mid Invitation*,
ut all prices. at the INTKLLIOEN- i
OKH JOB PRINTING OWViria. X and 0
fourtaaath atraob
H. POTMAN A OO.
I Sale
jveek offers an opportunity
ne and attractive suit for
?ine Cheviots, Cassimeres
g price $12, $13 50 and
hock prcviuub to getting
80.f.
inter for one week
an & Co.
uro liiru inn Ttvri rrx ctc
ULn mm nnw ?
IXANDBR FREW.
uyrng
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LTlUVfV JUWUJ *
the high quality is
e prices you have
are here. There's
iRes your furniture
e is every induce- 1
e you to buy and
i Come in and see
fine leather, pantiuches.
The goods
est you.
3r Frew,
1208 Main Street.
TEE STATE FAIR BACKS.
Bob" Anderson Lravtt for Mansfield anil
? Cleveland for Entries.
"Bob" Anderson, one of the speed superintendents
of the West Virginia State
Pair Association, left yesterday afternoon
for Mansfield and Cleveland, where
ho will attend race meetings this week
for the purpose of securing additional
entries for the state fair races. Ho will
spend to-day at the Mansfleld track,
and then go to the Valley meeting at
Cleveland, where some very fast pacers
and trotters are entered, and of which
he expects to corral many for the
Wheeling raoes.
Mr. Anderson was seen Just before his
? * ??annniir. I
departure, anu apunc u> ?
aging way of the prospects for the state
fair races. He confidently predicts that
there will be a larger lot of entries at
the coming fair than ever before. The
larger purses are In part responsible for
this Increase, and then there la the additional
favorable fact that there are no
conflicting dates In trl-state radius. In
former years there have been Invariably
one or two fairs In this section at
the time the state fair was on. and of
course this was a dotrlment to the races
here in that horses were attracted elsewhere
that would have come to wheeling
but for the conflict In dates.
ABOUT PEOPLE.
Strangers in ins vny ?"' ?
pie Abioatl.
Yesterday was iho limit for returning
Atlantic City excurslonlits from Wheeling
who went to the neashore on the
lust Pan-Handle excursion, and a number
came In Murine the day, Including
John Klarl, Miss Carrie Klarl, Prof.
John M. Birch. George B. Hcrvey, Mini
Jennie Bailey. Louis Whit, Bcrnle T\ In(jerti
r. L. J. Miller. all of Wheeling, end
Mr. Uarrah, of Bellalre.
Dr. T. H. Melghen If at Mountain
Lnke Park.
Raymond O. Scott, of Bethany, was In
the city yesterday.
Dr. Harry It. Hall 1? rusticating at
Mountain Lake Park.
D. Burns, of Parkernburg, put up at
the Windsor last night.
C. F. Hosford, of Sistersvllle, was a
Windsor arrival yesterday.
Miss Bessie L. Koon. of Mannington,
Is registered at the Stamm.
Miss Minnie Beler, of the South 81de,
is visiting friends in the country.
Miss Minnie Bone, of the East End.
Is visiting friends In Moundsvlllo.
Miss Mamie Brady, of Soufh Wood
street, leaves to-day for Terra Alta and
the mountains.
Mrs. Jason C. Stamp and son have
returned to town, after a sojourn of
soveral weeks in the country.
Albert Forger, of Mouodsvllle, hns returned
home after a week's visit to hla
friend, Alex. Bone, of the East End.
Michael Grogan, of the city collec<nr'?
oinCP. In 111 at his home on the
South flide. He has beon attacked by I
Inflammatory rheumatism.
Dr. McCall, of Chicago, who succeed* j
ed Dr. RhccH, has also acquired the
practice of Dr. Roberta and will occupy
his office, No. 1212 Chopllne street. Dr.
Roberts has purchased his father's I
practice In Wellsburff.
L. L. Thomoa, of Ulacksville: D. C.
Hark Ins, of Cumeron; R. A. On nIns, of
Mason City; R. A. Ranks and wife, of
Rlklnfl, and C. C. Htealey. of Mlddlobourne.
were autographs on the Howell's
f<'Kl*t?r last night.
Arthur Johnson, son of Mr. W. D. j
Johnson, of JMcnxnnL Valley, h:is been
brought homo from NeW York, where
hi- was holn?r ttvated for appendicitis,
fie was accompanied by Mrs. Johnson.
i*Im mother, and Ik rapidly recovering
from the effects of the ?*? notion ?
cently porformod.
, COPER DE LEON
| Company of Uniform Rank Getting
in Shape to Figure
AT INDIANAPOLIS ENCAMPMENT
NEXT WEEK?A DRILL WAS pELg
ON THE SOUTH SIDE LAST
NIGHT AND THE BOYS SHOWED
REMARKABLE PROFICIENCY?A
WHEELING COMPANY MAY FIGURE
IN THE PRIZE CONTEST AT
THE ENCAMPMENT NEXT
Ttre*r?ir
Last night at the corner of Twentythird
and Market streets, South Side,
Couer de Leon company No. 1, of the
Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, had
one of the last drills that will(be possible
before this company and the others
of the First battalion, First regiment,
leave for Indianapolis next Sunday
morning. Although it is not yet assured,
It is probable that a Wheeling company,
composed of picked men from
the three Wheeling companies, Couer
de Leon, Bernard Shonley and James T.
McGee, will figure in one of the. big
drill contests at the encampment. It
Is believed Wheeling could furnish as
well drilled a company as almost any
city in the country.
Newby OvaJ, in Indianapolis, where
the contests will obcur, is the bicycle
race course over which the recent races
of the national meet of the L. A. w.
were recently run. It has many advantages
over any place where the drills
have been held before during the biennial
encampments. The space Inside the
race track Is perfectly level and is Just
large enough for the maneuvres, and
not large enough that spectators cannot
see every movement from any part
of the seating arrangement. The track
)s a quarter of a mile around and it Is
flanked on all sides by the grand stand,
pavilions and "bleachers," making a
continuous bank of seats entirely
around it. The seating capacity Is
16,000.
The prizes offered for these drills are
the largest ever hung up-for a like occasion,
and have attracted all the crack
xfimtianlnn frnm thf? Atlantic tO the Pa
clflc. The first prize In the open contest
for companies is $1,500, the second la
$1,200 and the third is $1,000, while there
are a half dozen smaller prizes. There
are also proportionately large purses of-,
fered to be competed for by companies
who have never won a prize at these
tournaments. Large prizes ore also offered
for battalion and cavalry drills,
and, In' addition, a number of special
prizes and purses are offered by business
houses and individuals. There will
be four days of the drills. A nominal
admission fee will be chargcl to see
them, except to members of the Uniform
Rank in uniform.
It is possible that the gathering of <he
Knights of Pythias in Indianapolis will
be turned into a big Jollification on account
of the close of the war with
Spain. The Uniform Rank, Knights of
Pythias, prides Itself on being a reserve
army of the United States. It Is strictly
mtiitirv nnrf hn* nn Its membershlo
rolls the best drilled men In the land.
When the war with Spain became Inevitable
whole brigades and regiments
tendered their services to the governors
of many states, offerinn themselves
as organizations to light the
battle of their country. As is well
known the call came for the National
Ouord and the offer of the Uniform
Rank could not be accepted. But a
great many members of the rank were
also members of the National Guard,
and these are now enlisted as United
States volunteers, while those who were
( not fortunate enough to get mustered In
are Waicning uieir pruKrcsv ~
with deep interest. While the Uniform
Rank *0 a body and the members as individuals
are ready and have ever been
ready to respond to a call to arms, they
are equally as ready to hear that the
terms of peace have been agreed to ana
If such news comes while they axe In
camp or shortly before the encampment
begins, surely "there will be a hot time
ip the old town."
There will be a lively contest during
the meeting of the supreme lodge of the
Knlghte of Pythias over the selection of
the place for the next convention. The
supreme lodge has the settling of this
question, Inasmuch as the Uniform
Rank, the Rathbone Sisters an?l the
nf Vhnritee/in olop.f to ITlOOt 81
the same place and time as the supreme
lodge. There Is some talk, however, of
holding the supreme lodge convention at
a different time and place and If this
plan Is adopted It will probably result
in making the Uniform Rank encampment
an Independent affair.
If this change Is made It will not
make the fight for the encampmcnt any
the less Interesting. It will only change
the seat of the war from the convention
of the supreme lodge to the supreme assembly
of the Uniform Rank. Louisville,
Dallas, Denver, Omaha and Boston
are candidates. Louisville will probably
come with the largest following. It
is nearest and has the support of all the
sou in, emu 01 me ?ii?ubii'|'? *? wv>?nvittee
representing the Knights of
Pythias and the commercial bodies of
Louisville has been formed to formally
extend an Invitation for the 1900 encampment
to come to the Fall* City,and
besides it la said that several thousand
people from Louisville and Kentucky
will be at Indianapolis to help the boom
along.
Omaha, Dallas and Denver will all
make the fight on at least one common
plea, that the encampment has never
been held west of Kansas City. Dallas
has arranged to send a crack battalion
to compete In tho big battalion prize
drills. Denver will offer as the greatest
Inducement the fine climate and the
beautiful trip, besides a promise of good
treatment from the railroads. Omaha
was a candidate for the encampment of
1892 but was defeated by Kansas City.
She has waited now eight years and will
argue that It Is rightly her turn. Boston
has not been formally announced as
a candidate yet, but It Is believed, now
that a low railroad rate has been made
to Indlannpollw, that the fever will take
ponsesslon of tho "bean-eaters" and that
they will send a big boom party. The
first rour mentioned cities ??*?
organisations to work for the next encampment
nnd some lively times may
be expected when, they begin the work.
CAUT. BLONDELL HERB.
Capt. L. D. Blondell, the champion
long-distance ocean swimmer and noted
life-saver, arrived In the city Inst night,
from Iowa, where he has been tilling
several aquatic engagements. He will
look over the adjacent water courses
and If suitable will endeavor to arrange
to give a series of his swimming
exhibitions here at an early date, lllondell
holds the world's records nnd will
; be remembered a few years ngo giving
nn excursion nt Chippewa Lake, when u
lar?o crowd from Wheeling witnessed
his performance. The captain has a record
of saving thirty-two lives. He
swam three and one-half miles on the
lower Ohio river, and sixteen and onehalf
In old ocean.
DEATH OF MRS. 8CHNBLLB.
Last nlKht nt 11:30 o'clock occurred
the death of Mrs. Elisabeth Schnelle,
widow of the Into Frederick W.
^ohnelle. In the seventieth year of her
age, after a short Illness of Brlght'a
disease. The funeral arramreic****"
not been announced Inst night.
LOCAL BREVITIES
Bfallarsor llluor JUmiuI la iU4 Abort
lk? CUr. ~
The Apollo Clab dance that wji po?tponed
(ram Auguit 8, will be given Friday
evening. August 19.
Rev. H. Beasley. of Columbus, Ohio,
will preach Wednesday evening at the
Ebeneser Baptlit church.
The sub-committees arranging (or the
details o( the Cathedral picnic meet this
evening. Jacob Hillenbrand has been
made permanent secretary o( the general
committee.
John Jackson, a colored man o( Elm
Grove, was arrested yesterday on the
charge of carrying ooncealed weapons,
and (or unbecoming conduct. Squire
Flupatrlck will give him a hearing to
Mr. Robert Junkins and Miss Margaret
Ramsey, of Sand Hill, Marshall
county, were united in marriage at the
Zane Street M. E. church parsonage on
Tuesday, at IS a m., Rev. B. B. Evan*
officiating.
Yesterday afternoon at the family
residence, 4047 Wood street, occurred
the death of Mrs. Friederika Nolte. relict
of August C. Nolte, In her seventyflfth
year. Three children survive her:
Mrs. William Niebur, Mrs. Frlederlcka
Lindemann and August C. Nolte.
An anonymous communication was received
by the Intelligencer last night,
giving information of a marriage of
Wheeling people at Steubenvllle and o?
a birth in Upper Benwood. For the
benefit of the author, stated that
such communications ere consigned to
the wastebasket. This course* is-neces
sary Id order to guard against false
and malicious publications.
REMEMBER the greatest picnic of
all plcnlca will take place on Labor
Day, Saturday, August 27.
LIST 8EA8H0BS EXCPB?I0>
Aifut I8U1 from VhNllBKt *U PeuasyltknIk
Lines.
110 round trip to Atlantic City, Cape
May, and other points.by the ocean.
Last excursion of the season via Penn
sylvania lines. Thursday, August 18.
For further details please apply to or
address John G. Tomllnson or John
Bailie, ticket agents, Wheeling.
ENTERED INTO REST.
NORTON?At her residence, in Pleasant
Valley, on Tuesday morning, August
16. 1898, at 9:30 o'clock, MARY CHAPLINE,
wife of the late Samuel P. Norton.
Funeral services at the family residence,
at Pleasant Valley, on Thursday,
August 18, at 4:30 p. m. Friends of the
family invited, interment private at
Greenwood cemetery.
JOKKS?RntArM Into rest. August 15. 1R9JL
at Mountain Lake Park. ADA M.,
daughter of H. F. and Anna P. Jones.
Funeral aervlcea Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock from her parents' residence, 156
South Front street Interment at
Greenwood Thursday, August 18.
DIED.
NOLTE?On. Tuesday, August 16, 1898, at
4:30 p. m.. at her residence, 4027 Wood
street, MRS. FRIEDERIKA NOLTK,
aged 74 years, 2 months and 6 days.
Funeral notice hereafter.
&HNELLE?At 2611 Locust street on
Tuesday, August 16,1898, at 11:60 o'clock,
MRS. ELIZABETH SCHNELLE,
widow of the lato Frederick W.
Schnelle, aged 70 years.
Funeral notice hereafter.
UNDERTAKING.
J PUIS BERTSCHY,
funeral Director onl
Arterial Embalmsr.
1117 MalnStraat, Wo.tsliTo.
Can? by Telephone Answered Day
or Night. Store Telephone 6S&
Residence, 104. Assistant's Tele
phone. 686. an if
ALEXANDER FREW,
Funeral Director and Embaimer,
1208 MAIN ST.
Under Competent Management.
Telephones?Store. Residence, 780.
BRUEMMER & HILDEBRAND,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS,
Corner Market end 226 Streets
Telephone 207. Open Day and NtsM
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Absolutely certain as to correctness In every detail. 7 k"*f
Look at tlie Half Hose display la our north window?25c a pair. Km
greatest values In Fancy Hose ever offered In the city. Boa't miss this
chance of getting a few pair. - .1'
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WHEELING'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS,
Strictly One Price. 1319 Market Stw^-jj
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mfvL v&k v *!& V if (f Ib done at the PEARL, we not on^^v^'x
IkV^ 4/s afelXfizm U . your Unen a perfect color and flnlan, <btit ?
/)M fMH R ' we send It home In a' condition that 'la*'
oSfSnnw^ ? sure* comfort In hot weather.* ?f.;i
i|. MENDEL BROS.,
.. . , Pearl Laundry, Storage Boom? anil' ciusS:
. . pet Beating Works. No?. 1*11 aa<lfcl *
w ] Eoff street. Branch offlea ^V&antrt \;;
******* ' street Telephone Xos. 74>'and'?^v >*?
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Who Wears the
Pants |
In Your Family?
If you do, we can interest you. New and el^gpnt
line (fall weights) just come in, splendid and g&|
anteed alt wool Pants at
' $2
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