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(J U V ~ ^ 1154 to 1160 Main Street. Moving time is past?now it's getting fixed up, and to add to the home joys nothing goes so iar as l Lace Curtains? Otir department needs no introduction?further than that it has been thoroughly replenished with CURTAINS, NETS and DRAPERIES oi'all'kinds. Elegant Nottingham Curtains, 3! yards long, taped and buttonhole edges, white and ecru?69c, 89c, 98c pair. Extra heavy pattern Nottingham, Greek border, double mesh, plain centre, 3^ yards long?$1.25 pair. Point de Sprit Curtain, extra length and full wide, taped edge? 54.25 pair. Open Mesh, Fish Net Curtain, renaissance border, very rich, being direct copy of S20.00 curtains?$4.98 pair. Dotted Swisses, all sizedots from J-inch to 7-inch, rufRcd edges snd plain?12Jc, 15c, 20c to 60c yard. M-.i -11 _-l- on Art .Madras x oraeres, ail colors, up. Poles, Fixtures, etc. QeOo E. StlfeS &:Co. b'JI" I American Queen for May now ready. bundling tC* Co. \ 2). bundling ? Co. i When Slip IkTis&prS t - T ! M ? *fc w 'W U kK M _ } ^ You Good-bye I % 'I this morning, you promised to buy one of the handsome tics <g j > , <:; she saw in our east window yesterday. Don't disappoint her, ? for the ties are here ready and waiting for you. Our New :i Spring Neckwear <y embraces EVERYTHING, the latest ideas of the best manu- g % facturers. If there is a new shape out, if there is. a new silk $ - on the market, a new shade or coloring, you will find it here. < > ? A look in our cast show window will at once convince you, as |j I it did her. Our values easily discount the best that others show, <;> Buy one of our New Spring Ties?your wife will be pleased? <l> you will be pjcased, and we will be pleased. I D. GIJNDUNC.? CO.. 1 ,v - ? ? _ v ug I Star Clothiers. 34 and 36 12th St. jilexander jtrcto. J Jlhxnnder Drew. Special II Per Celt x Discomfit Sale. Life es half spent before we know how to live. What better and easier way could there be devised for furnishing a home than by taking advantage of our special 10 per cent discount sale on all Sideboards, lied Room Suites, etc. Discount Sale is for one week, commencing Saturday, April 29, 1899. ! Alexander Frew, 1208 Mnln % h "TOM" O'BRIEN Nominee o! the Republican Conncilmen for City Clerk. CLOSE CONTEST IN CAUCUS Which was Held Last Night at the City Building?O'Brien got Thirteen Notes, Xolto Nix and Hamilton sir,. Kindlchcrgcr's Name not Presented. Walter IVorls for Clerk of First branch?Scale Nominees. On a margin of one vote Thomas O'Brien, Jr., was last night nominated by the Republicans of the city council for the ofllce of city clerk, which will ba made vacant when Charles H. Watklns hands in his resignation at the meeting of council next Tuesday evening. The caucus was held In the chamber of the second branch of council. Of the twenty-six Republican members, twenty-three were present and two yruxica were voieu, mose or Messrs. Schechlc and Miller. Councilman George Bradbury, of the Island, was absent and his proxy was not in evidence. Those actually present were Messrs.Worls, Fox, Maxwell,Bnlrd, M. A. Chow, R. T. Chew, Horkhelmer, Beckett, Hatcllffe, Williams, Megrall, McMuchen, Bloomfleld, McKelvey, Bachman, Fair, List, Klndelberger, Meyer, Marnchner, McCormlck, ICnoke, Kalbitzer. The caucus was called to order shortly after 8 o'clock, and Mr. Wilkim McCormlck was made chairman, and Boss T. Chew secretary. The selection of a candidate for city clerk was first taken up, and three nominations were made, Thomas O'Brien, jr., now clerk of the first branch of council; William Nolte, now assistant city clerk, and N. Carl Hamilton, of the Island, formerly a member of council. Only one ballot was required 10 mane mo nomination, O'Brien, receiving thirteen votes, Hamilton six and Nolte six. a bare majority for O'Brien. On motion, the nomination was made unanimous. The ballot In detail was as follows: O'Brien?M. A. Chew, McCormlck, Meyer, List, Bachman, Scheehle, Bloomfield, McMcchcn, Ilorkhelmer, Beckett, R. T. Chew, Worls, Fox. Total, 13. Hamilton?Maxwell, Baird, McKelvey, Megrall, Fair, Klndolberger; total, 6. Xolte?"Williams, Ratcllffe, Knoke, Kalbltzer, Marschner, Miller: total, G. After the city clerkship htyl been disposed of, the first branchers, ten in number, proceeded to nominate a candidate for clerk of the branch, a position that will be made vacant when Mr. O'Brien becomes city clcrk. Two nominations were made, Councilman Walter Worls, of the second branch, and exCouncilman N. C. Hamilton. Worls was successful, to the tune of eight to two, the two Island members, Messrs. Balrd and McKelvey, voting for Hamilton. The caucus then placed In nomination the party candidates for city weighers, and the following were nominated: Fourth and Main?Edward Nelhaus. Tenth and Market?L. C. Heed. Eoff, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth?Samuel Cole. Twenty-third and Market?William Conner. Zane street. Island?James Campbell. Huron street, Island?George Cilles. Thirty-third and Chapllne?Theodore Schultze. Thirty-third and McColloch?H. E. Renard. Thirty-eighth and McColloch?B. Charnock. Forty-first and McColloch?George Westwood. Between Forty-second and Fortythird?P. Daugherty. Forty-eighth and McColloch?P. Koontz. Twenty-ninth and Eoff?Thomas Troy. Main, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth?William Wilson. McColloch and Tenth?C. A. Exley. It is understood that William Nolte, th?? present assistant city clerk, will retain his position. Clerk Wntkins stated last night that he would present his resignation to council next Tuesday night. It is already prepared In typewriter form. In It, Mr. Watklns states that private business enterprises makes it incumbent upon him to resign, and he takes occasion to thank members of council and the public generally for tho trust that has been reposed In him as a public official. FIRE PROTECTION WANTED By Residents of Caldwell's Run. Eight-Inch Main Proposed. The residents of Caldwell's run nro desirous of lire protection. At present there Is an old four-inch mnin out tho run r?"irrn/1fil tintII it Is not really a one-inch line, and as for flrc protection there is none?at one of the ftre plugs there Isn't even a flow of wirtcr. Chief Cllne statco that the matter will he presented at the meeting of the council committee on Are department next Monday evening, nnd that it Is likely the water board will be nuked to construct an eight-Inch line out the run from Eoff street. In the Courts. Yestorflay, in Pnrt II of the circuit court, Judge Ilervey, In the case of Louis Burt vs. Justice Allen and bondsmen* there was a verdict of $190 for the plaintiff. A motion for a new trial was mode. Pruger vs. McCluskey; on trial. Dnmnge to real estate amounting to $300, askril for. Part I wan not In session yesterday. Whooping Cough. I had a little boy who was nearly (lend from nn Attack of whooping cough. My neighbors recommended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1 did not think that any medicine would help him, hut after giving him a few dopes of that remedy I noticed an Improvement, and one bottle cured him entirely. It Is tho beat cough medicine I ever hnd in the house.-?J. Ij. Moore, South Burgettstown, Pa. For sale by druggists. ONCE tried?always used. Buckeye j TJthla Water. Sold by W. J. Malor, ^ corner Twenty-second and Chnpline ots. FAMILY WAS1TTXO. Ttoujrb Pry "Wimbi'd. Starohod and Dvod g ooiiIh p??r pound. Flnt "NVorlc, "Wimhod niul Ironed, fi cent * perpound. All hnnd work ilulshod l(> o?mfs per pound. At J AVIV. HHOS\ Miiur JIoiuo bLt'um l.wundry. FREE TO MILLIONS Of[ SUFFERERS. The New Cure for Kidney, madder and Uric Acid Troubles. Almost everybody who read9 the nowspapers is sure to know of SwampRoot, the great kidney remedy. It is the great medical triumph of the nineteenth century; discovered after years of scientific research by the eminent kidney and bladder specialist, Dr. Kilmer, find hae truly wonderful power.* In curing kidney, liver, bladder and urlo ncld diseases. Kidney trouble is responsible for mora sickness and sudden deaths than any other disease, and Is so deceptive that thousands have It without knowing It. Thousands owe their health and even life to Swamp-Hoot and thousands more Who to-day think themselves beyond help, can be mode well by the use of this great remedy. Swamp-Root has been tested in so many ways, In hospital work, in private practice, amor.f the helpless ton iv (.u.ciiuoii iciil-1, mm wua jiiovtju fo successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of tbe Intelligencer, who have not already tried it, may have u sample bottle sent absolutely free by mall. Also a bcok telling more about Swamp-Root and containing somo of the thousands upon thousands 'of testimonial letters received from men and women who owe their goodhealth, In fact, their very lives, to th*? wonderful curative properties of Swamp-Root. Re cure and mention the Wheeling Dally Intelligencer when sending your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamp* ton. N. Y. If you are already convinced that -Swamp-Root Is what you need, you can purchase the regular fifty-cent and onedollar elze bottles at drug stores. BRIEF MENTIONINGS. ' Events in and About the City Given In a Nutshell. The council police committee meets . this evening. Bast? ball this afternoon?"Wheeling vs. Youngstown. Bull McDonough and Tom Aulfhouse, 1 both drnuk, were arrested yesterday by Lieutenant Michaels. v The Twentieth Century Girls gave a delightful hop to their gentlemen * friends last night at the union barn at Echo Point. 1 The Elm Grove colored school closed yesterday, and the teacher, Jttss Ockey Holllnger, with a party of Invited guests 1 were entertained by Mrs. Emma Will- < lams, at her home, ai Peter's Itun. A horse hauling1 tan bark for the Hoff- J man tannery, ran off yesterday after- ?i noon on the South Side, leaving a tan c burk path In Its trail. The driver's foot was Injured. 1 J. D. McFadden secured the contract c for re-constructing the building on c Market street occupied by the Zlegen- i folder confectionery, not the Ivlievcs- s Kraft Company, ns erroneously reported. f Rev. C. M. Oliphant, pastor of the * First Christian church, will deliver an t address at the sixteenth district Chris- n tlan church convention at Flushing. O., 1 this evening, on "The Christian's Care of His Heart." t Another silver medal contest will be 1 held under the auspices of the Junior c Epworth League of the Wesley M. E. t church this evening, at fi o'clock, con- c ducted by Mrs. W. J. Hamilton. All c are cordially Invited. < The Y. M. C. A. boys will have an outing to-morrow. They will leave the S Y. M. C. A. building at 8 a. in. in a big, < wagon, taking their lunches with them, c and a largo number will make the trip j out Into the country. 1 Albert Young, a North Wheeling boy 1 of tender years, was lost last night. The 1 case was reported to ithe police depart- ^ ment. and the otllcers were Instructed ' to look out for the youngster. The boy was found r,looping In a wagon, and hi1* nironts. r bra <S? & <Sb <& &> tfc <& c& <?> & & <fii ??! TUf* SJiaitr jni All the manufacturer? k # to sell to us cheaper than tl *9p that we are always ready t< ?@o takes half?we Wheeling f <6s Last week we eclipsed ail r< day establishes a precedent | Carload ?f Refri I Carload ?f Ba&y ? ? ?QJ ICfrSs Carriage Don't confound it with ordinary ones at that price?i is worth $8.00?has bes rubber tires, plush finish carpet bottom, hard wooc ?gj, anu rauan rrame, sieei nxings. 1 S1 .? Ciir,ia92. $?.91 |??Kotl$< cfpcgtajpyl qp egs<jp WW*? <5?^ Uiraur, Scroti. The Best Dres: Met in Wheel Why shouldn't they, when fl that they can come here and the same Linings, the same elegance that high grade tai that arc actually onc-haJf o charges. The majority of tl know this, and many more Spring is here, and you can procession. Come here and perfectly satisfied with what chewfully returned. iWlmt I !\Vc show by far the largest in the city. We have all the tan, Monarch, Faultless. KRAUS WHEELING'S FORS strictly One Price. PERSONAL NOTES. 3oing and Coming of Wheeling Pcoplo nnd Visitors. Mrs. R. A. Irwin, of Sistersville, is at he Stamm. R. N. Humphreys. of Jtfoundsville, vas in the city yesterday. A. B. Johnson, of Grafton, A. M. -row, of Littleton and L. Morrill, of s'ow Martinsville, were at the Howell ast night. Mr. Charles R. Hoop, formerly with rhomas Hughes & Co., has accepted a losltion with the Palace Furniiure Company. Doc M. O'Blenoss H. T. Protr.man, rohn Lauck and M. H. Wright formed i party of Parkersburgers who registerel at the Windsor last night. Mr. William McK. Day. of North Market street, met with un accident yesteriay, which dislocated his right shouller. His Injury. while vsry. painful for l man of hlB advanced years, is no: serious. Mr. .Tames Robb, the genial salesman if Greer & Lalng, who has b*en conined to his home, No. 57 Indiana street, or the nast three months "With a severe ittack of rheumatism, Is reported to be mprovlng. Dr. J. C. ITnpp has received an InvitaIon from the Alumni of Jefferson Medcal College, of Philadelphia, to attend l dinner to be given to the graduates of his famous institution May 15. Many )ther prominent physlclaris are graduitcs of this noted college. and have revived similar Invitations. Hon. Charles Burdett Hart, United States minister to Colombia, left yesterlay for Washington, where he will :omplete business before the state delartment, arid on next Tuesday he sails rom New York for Colon. Because of lis departure, t-en days earlier than he ind anticipated. Mr. Hart was presented from seeing many of Ms friends n Wheeling. TEN Photos for 10 cents nt Brinkiv i<-r's Studio. 174! Market Street. now of our special sales?kj ley sell to most others?an d buy a train-load?our Wa oik get the other half?ad1 2cords?this week is going t : for bargain selling. gerafors* ?ari fit gartoad Prices jj| ^ jf u 5 1 | $8?75?? 1 BwysIt I 2 A $12.50 Oak Refrigera- $ S tor, large size, icc economist, J Z easily clcaned; large size. ^ ? < fa J -I I t ? Ill] S S J i i. | -1 ffi'filijL ! I IMP ! ? C(. 9 \J Complete with *1 Zip 5 i vi. hinges, ctc I ?! ' ? riitcr on? ill SI, SI.23, SI.5U. * > * ? 9 ? W? 9 9999 99 V 9 t $ f>CITt jcpcpcp(?p4pc?<pcp<pcpcpcpc] I ZKraun SSros. _____ Z~t | WEAR KRAUSin?? MADE iHg| CLOTHES. iey L'now from past experience get the same choice Woolens, pcrfcct fit, the same degree of lors boast about, and at prices ( what any really good1 tailor, le best dressere in this vicinity arc finding it out every day... not afford to be behind in the be fitted out. If you are not you buy, your money will be inoroJ line oi NEGLIGEE SHIRTS ! wll known makes?ManliatBROS., :mo5t clothiers, 1319 Market Street. DiED. SLOAN?On Wednesday, May 3, 1S09, nt 12t25 o'clock a. m.. SAMUEL SLOAN, ajjed 42 yoant. Funeral services at his city residence. No. 1501 Market street, Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family respectfully Invited to attend. Interment at Peninsular cemetery. tf'AiJS?ua TUursGay, itfay ^ isw, at 1:30 o'clock a. m., AUGUST GAUS, In hi? 47th year. Funeral from hi? lato residcnco, No. 917 Markrt 51root. Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Mass at 6t. Joseph's Cathodral at 9 o'clock. Friends of tha family respectfully invited to attend. rntermont at Mi. CnU'jry ccmctery. Undertaking. Louis Bertschy, FUNERAL DIRECTOR and ARTERIAL EMBALMER. 111T Main St.-West Sldo. Calls by Telcphono Answered Day on Night. Storo Telophor.o (?5. Residence, 530. Assistant's Telephone. C55. Alexander brew, 1208 FUNERAL DIRECTOR MAIN' ST. AND EMBALMER ^ # Under Competent Management. Telephones?Store. 229; Resldenco, 750. BRUEMMEB f Fmcrul Directors .. ) and Embalmcrs. & A Cor. Market ?nd 22d Sts. JjlDEBRAND riO\V that if they afe ready k. d their goods are right? dg> sliineton. D. C.. hi?- stnrp ita. /ertises us?benefits you. o eclipse last week-revery cQa is lead of Screens, t of Rectos* I ; S& Bargain. | y5? ^*5 Full Roll, extra qu.il- As, iiy $4.00 Rocker, for V* only $2.08. |S> USall Pa^er | ?.\, iu out run ai mis saie only. Although \vc are offering these bargains very much below cash 9S* prices, your privilege is to pay a v?t little every week, two weeks or cfj* month. _ _ _ _ ? natim** | t &