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SKWE & Opening W THE GREAT STORE i We invite you to come, loo decorations and examine the r it will be a revelation to you. the moderate prices?that is \ what is bringing such an inert Silks. ?1 The great purchase mentioned in the papers a few days since. The sale is now in progress. Silks at 25c Silks si 39c Silks at 59c Silks at..\ 75c Silks at 95c that are in some instances i What you could have bought same style and quality two weeks since. Dress Goods. Over a thousand new pieces are here for your selection. Opening week prices that mean a big saving for your new spring gown. Fine Suitings at 44c, 59c, 75c, 98c up to $4.00 yard. The great variety at every price is what we particularly call your attention to. Suits Told you about buying a big New York maker's entire siock at w per cent discount. < About half of them sold. Come to-day for choice. 511.85 Suits S 7.50 S20.00 Suils $12.00 S22.50 Suits $15.00 S30.00 Suits $20.00 $50.00 Suits $32.50 Stone & Sco. 5}L Sr.coh Co. Snook A_?. Constant S an unbrokcn?continuous str tage of our most liberal Ibce Cnrtai i House Fin Monday and Tuesday. Thee NIFICENT--the values appai day, as the stock is almost secure styles just as cholce. earlier comers. We start Lace Cui but read Tuesday1 particulars of this tJCS^Come in the mornjn rush of the afternoon. j In Jackets, Suit! Silks, Dress Goods styles and prices awaken the keenei TRY THE GROWING STORE OF | Stone & Ghomat Thomas. * \ eek. s now dressed in its finest, k around, see the beautiful lew Spring Goods. Possibly The great assortment and vhat this store relies on and ased business. Carpets. Extra people engaged to serve the crowds. All can be I more promptly waited on. Heavy Union Carpel 25c All-wool Ingrain Carpet 44c Agra Ingrain Carpet 59c Higgins Tapestry Carpet 59c Roxbury Tapestry Carpet 69c Stinson Tapestry Carpet 69c i Body, Velvet, Wilton, Axminster Carpets?not a few scattering styles, but more ! here for vnur qplprtinn thon you will find in all the stores in this town put together. Strong assertion, but within the truth. Lace Curtains. One of the strong departments of this store?all kinds i?49c to $50 pair, but kinds jat $1.48, $1.98, $2.48 and i $3.98 that are so exceptional styles and quality for the | money that you want to see 'them. ' iWash Goods. Want you to see this great new stock of 1899 Wash Goods; invite you for your own interest as well as ours, i Start at 5c yard, on up to ,$1.00. ~~ -J T HOMAS. | Seo. 5)t. Snook <? Co. tream= earn of buyers took advan i aid ishing Offers issortments arc large--MAGrent at a glance. Come toinexhaustible, and you can -bargains Just as great as the tains at 39c pair, 's papers for full ; great sale. g and avoid the greater -vi 5, Waists, Reefer, and Fancy Goods, fiat*a of ahpo iivi L iruiui ai uuww st interest. . ) IOOK.&.CO, Sood Shoe*. IT Is not so much how little you pay as how much you get [or what you pay. ' "The Wheel tag $3 JO Shoe" Is not a cheap shoe, but a strictly high-grade shoe with OUR GUARANTEE BACK OF EVERY PAIR. 21 Slylca-Any Kind of Leather, ALEXANDER, Good Shoes. 1049 Main. jCadie*' Shoes. I ABOUT | I LADIES' I ?CUACC Y OHVUOi nun. O J | At 52.00 and $2.50. X i > Wo nro Allowing somo pretty 4 < > Ideas In fancy Olotli tops In tnu A and black at U'-i. Vory dfenny Y 0 with a quality of silk cloth irunr- $ a untoed bylUetory to not Hpllt or a break. X Whllo at you will find uh $ < unusunlly strong la stylos with. Q tlio name reliable quality that a lias alwuys boon a foaturo of our y A $?./>() shoes. A 1 Wo lit you onrofiilly with shoes I suited to your feot. V NAY BROTHERS, t .k Reliable Shoes, 1317 Market St., X X WHEELING. | I <> o S!\c5ntel%encer Onico: 125 and 527 Fourteenth Street. Now Advertisements. Wanted?A Yountr Man a3 Assistant Bookkeeper. Wanted?A Man Who Understands Needle Etching on Glass. Probate of Will. Information Wanted. To the Public in General. It Pleases Her?House & HerrmannFifth Page. A Constant Stream?Geo. M. Snook & Co.?Eighth Page. Opening Week?Stone & Thomas?Eighth Mattings, Rugs and Druggets?Geo. E. Stlfel & Co.?Fifth Page. 52.50 For Our Finest Dunlap Stylo Hats? McFadden's?Second Page. "She Iioolieth Well to Her Household"? Mutual Savings Bank?Fifth Page. Grand Opera House?Dangers of a Great City. Wheeling Warehouse ar.d Storage Co. Carpet Soap?R. II. List. Geo. Hlbberd & Son?Plumbers and Gas Fitters. Standard Male Quartette. Blcyc'es?Geo. W. Johnson's "Sons. Have Direct Connection?Howard Ilazlett. . Dr. Harrison's Antiseptic Tooth Brush? Goetze's Reliable Drug Store. Sauer-Kraut?H. F. Behrens Co. Drowned?Wllmot Francy. Automatic Inkstand?Stanton's Old City Book Store. C. HESS & SONS' SPRING OPENING. "Wo have now on exhibit ono of tlto largest and bostselected stocks oflluo raltorliugut popular prices In the city, Wo havo added to our nutting dennrtJ. lid. Porner. ono ol'tho most lushlonablocuttors cast. Tho artistic cut, stylish npncnmnce nnd excellency In make-up ol our garments will speak lbr themselves. Always tho newest In lino furnishings. C. IIRSS it SONS, Flush I on able Tailors and Fine Furnishers, 1321 and 1328 Market Street. 20,000. Wo linvn !.?? +*.,^4-.. thousand paint of Spectacles* rIvIukus n record and experience unequalled l>y any other optician In "West Virginia. Satisfaction guaranteed. JACOB AV. CiHUBB, Optician, No. 1U0G Market Street. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers to Mio Pally Intelligencer changing their residences on April 1st vrlll please give not ice at this olllee. No. 27 Fourteenth' street, so that carriers may he notified and that there may bo no Interruption In tho delivery of the papers. The United States Court. Yesterday, In the United States court, Judge John J. Jackson on the- bench, the grand jury was called, and Arthur Bell, alias "Rabbit" Bell, was indicted on the charge of passing spurious coins. Immediately following the Indictment, Bell was tried and found guilty. Judge Hervey sentenced him to serve ninety days in the Ohio, county jail and to pay a Hue of $20. The case of Fred Nolnlnger vs. the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, was set for the second day of the next term. September 21, 1809. Nolnlnger, It will be remembered. Is. the Bridgeport butcher who was hurt at the Baltimore & Ohio crossing at the corner of Sixteenth and Main streets, some time ago. The case of \V. E. Gibner vs. the Baltimore Ohio Railroad Company, was settled out of court. In Clerk Robertson's Office. Deed made April 4, 1899, by Llllle B. and Platoff Z. Noble to Joseph Foster; consideration, 5925; transfers part of lot 3 In old fair grounds addition. Deed made March 1, 1899, by T. L. Harvey and wife to C?. \V. Lose; consideration, $2,000; transfers 41.99 acres In Liberty district. Deed nude April 5, 1899, by Sarah J. Patterson to A. C. Harrell; consideration, 51,700: transfers 50 acres more or less, on Castlemun's run, in Liberty district. Deed made November '18. 1897. hv Thomas E. Redman and wife to 1J. K. Redmnn; consideration. $."00; transfers one-half of lot 5, in Churchill's addition. Deed rtiade April 1. 1SDD. by John Rltz, trustee,'to John Wenael; consideration. $1,500; transfers soutn half of lot CO in Lnqrnnjre hddltlon. A deed of assignment from Mrs. Alice Thompson to V.. A. Uoymer, assigning the accounts of Thompson & Brown, late lessees of tins McLure house, was recorded. A marriage license was Issued to Joseph Hudson, aged twenty-four, and Annie O'Hare, aged twenty-tliree, of Wheel! n a. Throe deeds of trust were recorded. Dr. llulI'm Cough Syrup coiiqucrs croup. Every mother should know this and always keep this wonderful remedy hnndy. ATT FIND tho auction of millinery at 114.' Mu(n street, on Thursduy and Friday afternoons. GEOHOT5 HOOK, receiver of Donaldson Carrlago Co., will si>l| at Auction, April 20. ISO!), at 10 o'clock a. m.. twenty-one Haggles, Carriages , Wagon*, lot of Machinery, Material and a large Kafo. THE WOOD PLANT To be Sold by the Receivers the I Ruling of Judge Ilervey. THE ORDER ISSUED YESTERDAY At a Special Term of the Circuit . Court?Geoge E. Boyd Made Special Commissioner to Ascertain the ; Liens on tho Property of the Wood Brothers Planing Mill Company, Its Debts and Other Matters. An Important order was handed down by Judge Hervey, of tho circuit court, yesterday afternoon, bearing on the lit- ! lgatlon that has followed the assignment of the Wood Brothers' Planing 1 Will Company. The Judge decided the , matter at a special term of the circuit court held Wednesday. ; The order Is a part of the cpse of W. I W. Wood and others vs. R. W. Kyle and other creditors of the Wood Brothers' Planing Mill Company. The court orders that the receivers, George D. Maxwell and Edward Wagner, sell the real ! estate of the Wood Brothers' Planing . Mill Company at auction, from the north door of the court house. The prop- < erty Is specified, and Is as follows: Lot 4 In square 4 of Sprlgg & Ritchie's addl- i tlon, located on Chapllne streqts, South J Side, on which Is located the large brick planing mill property of the company; ujnu iyiB y ana iu in square oa. ine recelres arc directed to see the personal property, book accounts, tho old Alhambra rink and other belongings of the company. The receivers are directed to advertise the sale two weeks; the terms are to be at least one-half cash and the balance In two equal payments, six months and twelve months after the date of the sale. The personal property must bo sold for cash. By the terms of the order, George E. Boyd Is appointed special commissioner to ascertain the following: First?The debts of the Wood Brothers' Planing Mill Company. Second?IJons against the company . and the order of their priority. Third?Whether the Hen held by Theodore Wagner Is valid, and whether It has been prosecuted by suit as required by law. Fourth?Any other matters deemed i pertinent by the commissioner or the parties to the suit. Commissioner Boyd Is directed to give notice of the time and place of beginning his proceedings. FIRST PATE UNITY CASE In tho Criminal Court Results in a Verdict of not Guilt)*. The first paternity case tried in the Ohio county criminal court came up yesterday, being styled the board of commissioners of Ohio county vs. Herbert Bowman. The county commissioners are technically the plaintiff, al- n though the real plaintiff Is the com- ^ plalnant, Miss Caroline F. Degarmo. j A number of witnesses were examined during the day. The defense produced ( so many witnesses who told a story entirely at variance with that of the 'c plaintiff that the Jury was out only a few minutes, and returned with a ver- 1 diet of not guilt. Mr. Bowman, who Is the postmaster at Valley Grove, this- -f county, and a respectable and proml- ( nent citizen, was overwhelmed with ( the congratulations of his friends. The case was so sensational in its charac of spectators from the neighborhood of Valley Grove. Tribute of Rcspcef. The last tribute of respect and love j that one brother who survives another, can pay to the departed is to give vent to those feelings, which are born in the human heart and only make themselves known in the hour of distress. The members of Wheeling Lodge No. 28, of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks have lost a brother in the sad death of Milton B. Mabis. We feel that our loss Is however overshadowed In the bereavement his immediate. family have suffered. We condole deeply with the sorrow stricken mother In the hour of m-jn- ' tal suffering, and our fondest hope Is that she may llnd that the lapse of time ? will to some extent, at least, sooth the " ragged edge of grief. With her we sympathize most deeply. As to ourselves we will ever remember our departed brother, as one who had Just attained the prime of his manhood, and who with i all of the prospects of a life time before J him, was In the mysterious doings of * that Dlvlno Providence, to which wc bow In humble deference, called from this life. Wo will remember him, as a true gentleman and an Elk In all that this Implies, and to the end that his virtues may be written on the tablets of our memory, we the members of this lodge of Elks lovingly Inscribe this trlb- * ute to him who has gone. RALPH A. ITEYMAN. GEO. W. LUTZ. J. B. HAND LAN'. committee. Resolved: That the foregoing tribute of respect to the memory of Brother Milton B. Mabls, be spread upon the minutes of "Wheeling Lodge No. 28 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks; that a copy be given to the bereaved mother of the deceased; and that, the same be published In the daily newspapers of Wheeling, West Virginia. STEIN WAY PIANO j .Must-lie Sold at Once. About a year ago we Fold a very line Stelnway & Sons Upright Piano, in mahogans' case. Recently the owner has mot with 6ome losses, which compels . her to sell her piano, and in order to re- I alize quickly, will make considerable sacrifice. This is nn opportunity to buy one of the finest pianos in the world, at a great bargain. For particulars, call or address F. W. BAUMER CO. FAMTT/Y WASHING. I I)r-V Washed. Starched and i lived a cents pop pound. j Pint Work, Washed and Ironed, ft cents per pound. All hand work Mulshed 10 cent* per pound. At I.VTA HllOS\ wnur IIoiuo Steam Luundry. /-I HAND OPERA HOUSE. It i One Week, Commenelng Monday, April 10. | Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. \ THW TOMMY SllEAKEIl CO. in an entire new repertoliv. Excellent noting, ele- . gant stai;o effects and magnificent cos- * tumes. Opening play, "dangers of a great city." Night prices?10, 20 and 30c. MatInee prlccs?10 nnd 20c. npC ..Second Sight.. When you foci that you lmvo tried every- ' thlnfc uiul everyone. consult uh. A dally occurrence Is tho surprise shown by tho bonelltcd patients at our olllee. l)a you have headache? Do your eyes water? Do they smart or hum? Does tho print run toother when reading? Foel as If ncum before the eyes? Do things appear double or mixed up? Have a desire to rub | the eyes? Twitching? Docs tho light pain them? Jror any trouble of your eye* consuit During this month we devoto much time to cUlUlvon'tt eyes. Wo mal<w glasses at popular nrlces vone reason for our popularity)?mnK*? u careful examination free of charge. The best proof of our success Is tho number of recoinmcndntlona from our old patients. PROF. II. SHEFF, Ife , Cor. Main and Eleventh Streets. 1 Cit Stub Chthltrs. | Uho Stub Clolilert. Get On the Inside. If you want to see what's going ' on at a circus you'll naturally GET ON THE INSIDE. You won't stand outside the tent and wonder. If you want to get an office, there's always a ring?get on the inside. If you want to know about what a suit of clothes is made of, get on <the inside?turnup the coat lining and look at the back of the goods^-look at the linings?look at the finish?look at the stitching. A good piece of goods is often made up into a poor suit of clothes. The suits that we are selling at $10 are elegantly lined, made up and finished. All these suits are self-faced to the armholes. Lots of new suits to look at in the window?but you'd better get on the inside, where you can also get a glimpse of the elegant life size portraits which we are giving away absolutely free. The artistic workmanship is demon strated in our corner window, where we exhibit some portraits of well known citizens for your inspectioa in mm trie hud, CLOTHIERS, HATTERS AND FURNISHERS, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS. 9 SHaer's Clothing Stouse. \ Slaer'a Clothing Sfouie. Clothing For Careful Dressers, j These are exhibition days in our store.' Handsome spring garments are here in a profusion of stylish fabrics. Suits are here that will match in construction and finish the carcful work of custom tailors. fHERE IS NO ROOM FOR CHEAPLY TAILORED CLOTHING IN rHIS STORE. We particularly point to the hand-made ,,01 U~1 1 1 11 AJllcU:>, llcUlU-llltlUC UULlUU-ilUiCS dllU SL[UclI C bllUUlUCrS, ill of which cost, more in the construction, but pay in :he confidence that our clothing wins for us with the satisfied wearers. Handsome Mens Suits, EOUAl TO CUSTOM MADE, are here at $10, $12 and $15. f; We shall gladly help you in the seeing?we leave t to the suits to win your further favor. I ... n ' f Rapr I rwelfth Street. Clothing House. Sco. S2. Uaylor Co. I Seo. SI. Gaylor Co. GEO. R. TAYLOR COMPANY. a I ?.? ? , M ' I By Express To-day. LADIES' CUSTOM SUITS AND JACKETS, SILK WAISTS *\ND PARASOLS. STYLES NOT DUPLICATED. NEW RIBBONS in Roman, Dresden, Plaids, Stripes and Double Faced Satin. NEW SILKS for Waists and Skirts. Batistes, Crepons and Striped Piques. . PERFECT FITTING CORSETS and KID GLOVES?Centemeri, Five Buttons, $1.35 in colors. =- ; BEO. ft TAYLOR COMPANY. ?oche Shoe Company. | Hoc ho Shoe Company. ~ E^stsr SS106S0 I \ |?t! l] No ladies' Easier toilet will be complete I Mi U.fd] without a new pair of shoes. We submit our line ). \V \ ll of Ladies'fine Cincinnati made Shoes for your [; K \\|/y inspection, believing that they arc the best in tbo city* Wc have them in correct shades of Tan, W^sx an^ rt'so Black, all leather, or with silk vesting feVcx'1'1^ t0^s* Special attention is called to the new DIAMOND last; it is a beauty. 3 Grades f S2.00, i3aSlSfei-;Z^ >' $2.50, ?3 Prlccs t $3.00. iSllii > Locke Shoe Co.