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Seo. S- Slllel <$[ Co.
1(54 10 1160
c :iu Jr
iiui blliv Ii
choicest exhibits fri
are to be found, b
fancy taffetas or tl
have them at a wid
any other time.
Silks .that can be washed and that
ivil! look as well thereafter as they
did when new; 36 inches wide,
Oriental and Persian patterns?
49c, 59c, 75c, 98c yard.
Some new pieces just in. Large
(lornl designs in Cerise, Pink and
Lavender and Green; very handsome?
The choice sellers are niostjv two
or three colored, and are especially
etttlaA frte Ar Vnt'ne oc
can be readily gathered and shirred,
tiici cby saving time and cxpegse?
98c, $1.15, $1.50 yard.
Saiin Stripe Novelties.
for fancy and Shirt Waists, delicate
combinations for evening wear,
beautiful lustre, in' all shades?
98c to $2.50 yard.
Cordonna and Rennescnre.
These arc Black Silks, heavy corded,
very soft and very rich in appearance?
S1.25 to S2.50 yard.
Si. 9undling d- Co.
Just a Woi
You are probably going to j
black type with ail sorts of claims
Go to any of the other stores y
arid-prices closely. Before you m
you drop in litre and let us sho.w
$10, $12 ai
If ours are not more stylish
manship than you can find else
will make you a present of a suit
BEST! Money returned upon
Elegant Blue Ser;
ILPO \M. B4AUWJB.J
Star Clothiers and Furnishers.
Special 10 Per
Is half spent
before we know
and easier way c
furnishing a horr
of our spccial
on all Sideboard
Discount Sale is
I Sco. 8. Snfet cf* Co.
crht in our stores, wh&Ve thp
Dm the world's silk centres J
e it in dainty wash silks,
lie serviceable blacks. We
er range of prices than at I
| Wash Silks, .
for Summer Waists and Dresses, ^
jj plain or cordcd, the latter adapting
j itself readily for ruflie or shirring c-,
j! through the use of the cord. An ^
extra new line of colors at ?
39c and 42c yard, t:
[plain Corded Indias. [
jj Twenty-three inches wide, 39c yard. ?
i| What could be better for Slips un- s
der the Sheer Organdies, Dimities, v
etc.? Upwards of 25 different ?
Silk Dimities. ti
The sheerest of summer fabric for c
Fine Undenvear, Infants' Wear 01
and Shirt ;Waists, 27 inches wide
and SOo a yard, in J5i!k Depart- ?
India Foulards, ever popular and <J|
serviceable, black or blue ground, J]
with white dot or figure. Our new ^
line is exceptionally attractive? hi
59c up. re
White India Silk. i
j Unequalled for Graduate Dresses, m
I in plain and figured choice designs,
I extra quality? 50c to $1.15 yard. j?
fife! & Co.
I S>. SundHng A Co. m
ft n o.
buy a Suit o? Cloth<rs to-day. Big
stare you in the face. Just a word!
ou please and scan their clothing
ake up your mind, we request that Sj
1 you these <t
id $15 Suits. \
, of better quality, and better work- r'
where for even ?2 to $3 more, we jj!
- WE KNOW, OURS ARE TIIE 3
request, > .
ge Snits $10.00 up.
ing & Co.9 , ;
34 and 36 Twelfth Street. F
| jllexander Sreio. C
how to live. What better
:ould there be devised for j
le than by taking advantage
10 per cent discount sale
s, Bed Room Suites, etc. K
, t , K
29, 1899. ^
. . >
er Frew, 5
tin Street, "
Ins Arrived and With It Will
Come the Usual Crowds.
'HERE IS AN ADDED INTEREST
a Connection With tho Coming of
tho Big Show, as tho"C0ntcif3lng
Forces in tlio Street car Strike are
Awaiting Wit Interest the Effect it
Will Have Upon Travel?Tlic Wa 1lace
Shows Stand Very High.
A ^ THIS IS "CIRcus
Day," and ns
might l)e expected
America" Is on the
merit, while^ not a
circus, Is In eviThe
Great Wallace Shows are flue to
rrive ^ln Wheeling from P^rlcersburg
iw.j mm iiiuiiuuK. aim weir tents will
e put up on the Bridge Park. Island,
'ho parade is scheduled' to occur at-10
'clock, and thov route will be o^r tjie
rlncipal streets in th& central pa"rt of
There Is added interest in the coming
f the circus to-day, especially upon tho
art of the street car strikers and tho
ailway company, because'many people
r'e of the opinion that the coming of
uch a large crowd of strangers to the
Ity will result in a large traffic on the
treet car lines. By some it is beeved
that it will be the start of many
/heeling people resuming their patror.ge
of the cars. Naturally the strikers
re anxious to avert thls.outcomu, and
i course the company hopes the belief
ill materialize. What the outcome
ill be remains to be seen.
One of the greatest difficulties that
le managers of the great modern druses
harva to contend with is the
earth of acrobatic equestriennes. 'Not
ne girl out of a thousand who essays
le art ever achieves success, and not
ne out of a hundred of those who sucked
ever attain eminence. In oJl the |
orld there is probably not more than
dozen who are considered truly Kroat. I
t the head of this little coterte of celerities
stands beautiful Blanche Reed,'
lis season under engagement to the
reat "Wallace Shows.
In point of poise, graco, dash and
^rlntr agility her riding simply defies
J description. Nothing she does looks
fticult nor appears, indeed, to require
Yort. She is secure and as much at
ome in her unstable position on the
saving, bounding back of a galloping
ors* as Is a society belle on-a ball
Her routine or repertoire of fe.ita and
solutions is so varied that she can
>mpletely change her net every perirmanco
for jdays at a time. In all
le does there is naught thaz Is comonplnce.
She scorns the ordinary
ad abhors the conventional. In the
irnacular she begins where the others
ave off. and ends In an unapproachae
achievement of acrobatic agility
tat is at once paradoxically unnttalnole.
and past belief unless seen with
THANKS THE A. O. U, W.
ov. Atkinson Writes a Graceful Letter
to Prank Gmse.
The following graceful ackncwledgeent
of the equally graceful act of the
"est Virginia grand lodge of the A.
, U. W. In appropriating money to purmse
a piano for the State Reform
:liool at Pruntytown, has been reived
by Grand Recorder Frang Gruse,
' this city:
rATE OF WEST VIRGINIA*
CHARLESTON. April 3, ISM.
rank Gruse, E*q., Grand Recorder A. O.
U. W., Wheeling W. Va.:
MY DEAR SIR AND BROTHER:?"I
;vn tho receipt of your courteous lettt*r
the 25th instant, in which you state that
ic Grand Lodge of A O. U. W. visited the
erform School, at Pruntytov*n, in a body,
utn greatly gratified thai yon were,
loughtful enough to do this, nnd I am
oro gratified that you make such a good
port of'tho splendid management of that
istltution. My Information from all
mrces Ib similar to the report you muke
! ith general conduct.
1 desire also to thank the Order for
mating a piano to tho Institution for tho
?e'of the boys confined there. Our state
fjsiaturo is caueu upon for .so many ap oprlatlons
for our different state Instltuons
th.ai It is iinpossblo for them to ap oprate
mon^y fcr tho aesthetic part of
fe In such institutions; hence, \w have
0 piano. 1 assure you that I have no
ejection- to the Institution receiving the
ano. On tho contrary, 1 sincerely thank
du for donating it.
1 nrn Rlad %tho Order Is progressing so
Icely. Fraternally anil truly yours.
G. W. ATKINSON.
A LITTLE life may ho sacrificed to
sudden attack of croup If you don't
ave Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil on hand
>r the emergency. 2 .
PHYSICIANS use and prescribe
uckeyo Llthla Water. For sale by
"W. J. MAI EH.
,~ARK?At Sanlls, Ohio, on Monday,
May 8, \W, at 10 o'clock a. m., MISS
unernl from the residence of Dr. Griffith,
Sardls, Ohio, Wednesday at 9:S0
OX?On Mmiflay momlnjr, May S, ISO?,
at 8:10 o'clock, LENA W\, vrffo of
William Cox, In tho ?tth year 'of her
'uner/U from t?f? resldenco of her husband,
No. 430 Main stYeot, Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o'cloelt. Friends of tho
family art? Invited to attend. Interment
at Mt. Wood cemotcry.
OLAN?At the r<*?ldence of her son-inlaw,
Andrew McfJlnlrvy, No. 1.1S Sixteenth
street, on Monday. May 8, ISM,
at 2:15 p. m., MRS. MARY DOliAN.
uneral from her lato residency No. 1f?S
Sixteenth street, on Wednesday, May
in, at .9 a. in. Mara at Cathedral at
9:30 a, m. Interment at Mt. Calvary
cemetery. Friends of the family respectfully
Invited to attend. Plcaso
7BI4LS?At hi? homo near Beech Bottom,
W. Va.. on Monday, May 8, 1699, ROBF.RT
'uneral not,lco hennfur.
A \_/* \lv i Ul\
and ARTERIAL EMBALMER.
1117 Muln St.?\Vt*?t SI do.
Cnlln by Telephone Answered Day or
|Rht. Storo Telephono C25. llcnlJonco.
C. Assistant'* T<'l?'\ihoiM', 093.
?Os FUNERAL DIRECTOR
IAIN ST. AND EMBALMER^*
Under Compc'tent MannKoment.
TclephoncB-Slorc. 219; Residence, 7S0.
RliliMJIIiit ( l-'uncriil Directors
c ) tint) Embnlmcra.
^ Cor. Market nnil 22d St*.
A DRUGGIST SWINDLED
To the Extent of $2Q Last Figlit?IIo
the Gaino was Worked.
A well known Market street druggl:
was neatly swindled to the extent <
$20 Inst night. A pair#** crooks workt
the game In les3 time than It rcqulri
to tell it. One entered the a tor
bought a flve-cent tooth brush, pn
sented a 320 bill In payment, recelvc
his change and retired. Ilia "pal" n
celveo the $19 03, entora the same stor
and asks for a |20 bill In exchange U
small change, in. order that he mil
send 120 homo by mall. The clerk pn
duces tha ?20 bill he hus Just recelvei
which the stranger places In the cr
velope. The clork counts the money 1
has received, and flays It lacks some 1
the 520 required. Thereupon, the strni
ger produces what the clerk suppose
Is the envelope with the $20 enclose*
hands It over to the young man, an
taking his *19 95, retires,, stating the
he will return In a few minutes wit
the required $20 In change und get tl
envelope containing (?) the $20 bill.
Of course the stranger did not re
Then the drug cler# became fui
plclous, opens the envelope and line
Chief Clemans and OJllrer McCaut
land worked on the case, but did nc
capture the crooks. The drug cler
was ta:ken to a South Side restaur.).!
and looked at a pair of strangers. 11
said one looked like one of the pic
wanted, but he wusrt't positive, sft the
was no arrest. _
AX IMPORTANT ORDER.
Handed Down at Stcubcnvillc, AfTcc
liiK La Belle Iron Works.
Yesterday, at Steubenvllle, Judg
Mansfield handed down an lmportaj
oplnlonin a-dispute growing out of tt
sale of the Jefferson Iron works to tf
La Hello, He held that the recelvt
must pay the taxes due June 20 out <
the proceeds of the?sale, as the sale w*
a judicial tale and under the Ohio eta
utes the court must order euch taxe
paid. Court also held that the royalt
from the lease of the furnace to tl)
Aetna-Standard from February 27, th
date of the sale, up to May* 1, when th
lease terminated, should he paid th
La Belle. He held th-t Glthough th
sale was made by the receiver, subjec
to the lease that the sale was conflrme
and deed delivered to the purchaser an
the purchaser wa3 thereby entitled "t
all rights and privileges in the prop
An Increase in Wages.
The Ohio Valley Iron Company, les
see of the La Delle-Jeffereon furnace a
SteubenvlIIe, has posted a notice, notl
Cylnrr employes that the Increase o
wages made to furnace employes in thl
district would be granted them, begin
nlng at the same time, without demani
on their part,
la Clerk Robertson's Olllcc.
Mr. John Frew qualified as curato
of the will of the lato A. "*V. Campbell
bond, $2T?,000; sureties, Joseph Spelde
and William Elllngham.
The following transfer'? of real estat
Df-ed dated May 1. 1S99, William Blck
mover anil wife to George W. Baron
south one-half of lot. No. -1, in squan
13; consideration, $3,200.
Deed dated -April 18. 1S99, between D
and M. Alexander and wife and P. H
Lazear and wife, lots 39. 40. 41, 42 and 4;
in Greggsvllle; consideration, $225.'
Deed dated May 6. 1839, between W. J
W. Cowden; trustee, and the Wheeling
Building: Association, lot No. 143 oi
Chnpllne street; consideration, $2,100.
Deed dated May 6, 1899, between "W. J
W. Cowden, trustee, and the Building
Savings and Loan Association, lot No
M0. In Zane's addition; consideration
Deed dated May 1,1899, between Chris
Knn Burkle's heirs and Albert and Fran!
Burkle, lot No. 126, on f*nj?t side of Mar
ket street, consideration, $1,400.
Deed dated April i, 1S99, betweoi
William A. Cox and wife and James B
Cox, ci niece of land situated on tin
waters of Middle Wheeling creek, con
taining 106 acres; consideration. ?2.000
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1 *4* W^MM&k
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| Unhealthy Kidneys
| YOUR KIDN^fS ARE Y<
t A Prompt Way to Cure Youi
J That Your Kidney
To Test the V/onderfu! Meri
covery, Swamp-Root, E>
"t Have, a Sampie Eottie Si
f The way to fct> well Is to pay attention
^ to your kidneys.
3 They ore the most Important organs
of the body?the blood filters. _
All the blocd In your bodv n asses
through your kidneys once every -three
The kidneys strain or filter out the
1 impurities in the blood?that is their
e Purifying your blood Is not a question
ol taking a laxative or physic.
Does your blood run through your
? What the bowel-cleaner does is to
throw out the poison.-, confined in your
# bowels ready for absorption into your
blood, but the poisons which are already
3 In your blood, causing your present
6lckness, It leaves there.
There Is no other way of purifying
r your blood cxcept by means of your
That 1b why bowel-cleaners fall to do
their work?they forget the kidneys.
When you are sick, then, no matter
' what you think the name of your disease
Is, the first thing you should do Is
to afford aid to your kidneys by using
. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, tlie great
t, Kidney Remedy. r
. i In <aklng Swamp-Root you afford
natural help to nature, for Swamp-Root
, I is the most perfect heaier and gentle
aid.to the kidneys that is known to
^ medical science. j
. j Dr. Kilmer, the eminent physician nnd
i ' aaeciallst. has attained a far-famed.i
Kfo PASS BY THIS
ENp? and Children's 1
would be an ine>
3> |[sh=Sgl| pocketbook. This
__ so, but because the wondei
\? so?and no matter who yoi
-- much or how little money
store where your dollars w
than they will do here at
these matchless bargains 01
little each week, every twc
&Pe Mn in ffoe
with solid, substantial vali
a with the world's best at the
Cadies* Suits* I
1Q CholcnSults of Black Che- 'J
ypo.u ylot Cloth. Regular prlco fk
QR *ho nmv colors anil /ii
vu*fancy weaves. new stylo fi
? Skirts and elegant lined JackotD.
* Were $10.00. f|
mmm CQ 4Q Double Breasted Stylo No- "?
^0.*t0 Vy Venetian Cloth, silk
lined Jackets. Usual prlco $12.50.
mQQ Tho very latest Tailored >?,
-JO Suits, particularly lian?l- fu
ejomc anfl graceful, just now In. W?
: Waists. I
7-7r buys o
D9o Shirt Waists.
Cf)r buy." o
JUL 75c Persian Shirt Waists,
QOr buys o /f
/OL $1.50 Whlto Lavn Waists, y.:
Laillos' ss.m Rilk I-ln?l cm ,iq il'
Jackets offered. for w>T.*tO ?
__ Mlspos' new JneketP, with ?"*
velvet collnr.-?. worth ft. <J9 jn j\
t for (\)
Make impure Blood,
3UR BLOOD PURIFIERS.
rself When Symptoms Shov?
s Are Out of Order.
ts of the Great Modern Dis'ery
Intelligencer Reader May
ant Frea By Mail.
reputation through tbs discovery and
marvelous success of Swacip-Root lir
purifying tho blood, ami "thereby curing
chrqnic and dangerous diseases; caused
by sick kidneys, of'which some.of the
symptoms are given below.
Pain or dull ache in the back or
head, rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness,
dizziness, irregular heart,- sleeplessness,
sallow complexion, dropsy, irritability,
loss of ambition, obliged to
pass water often during the day, and to
get up many times ct night, and all*
forms of kidney, bladder'and uric acid
Swamp-Root is sold by all dealers,
in fifty-cent or one-dollar bottles. Make
a note of the namo, SWAMP-ROOT,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and remember
It is prepared by Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Blnsharnpton, N. Y.
To prove the wonderful merits of hi3
great discovers h?? .*< ?? <--*
reader of this paper a prepaid free sample
bottle of Swamp-Root, which ho
will semi to any address, free by taaiL
A book nbout Health. Dirt and Disease
as Related to Your Kidneys and
giving soma of the thousands upon
thousands of testimonial liters received
from the sufferers cured, also sent
free with the sample bottle.
The great discovery,. Swamp-Root, is
so remarkably suocc^sful that our readers
ark advised to write for a sample
bottle, and to kindlf.- mention the;
"Wheeling Dally Intelligencer when'
sending thoir addresses to Dr. Kilmer
GREAT SALE of Ladies' [I
Ready-tp-Wear Garments m
;cusabl? injustice to your $j
; isn't so because we say ka
rfuily low prices make it
l' are, where you live, how j'J
you've got, there is no l||
ill do more service for you M
this sale. We give you.pl
1 your promise to pay?a ||
i weeks, or as your cir- [a
: Race tQ> &PtHt 1
ies, with novelties galore, ||
; world's cheapest.
/-Sir for o
OOL Dollar Linen filrirts. Effl
no - for ?
JOL ji.M Figured Black-Skirts, g
; Petticoats* 1
QOr Is mlo jirlco for $1.50 Sat;
70L, C-CH3. '5f
l <*1 'or R'?k Figured Mo- Ky
> Parasols* |
C1 10 WHITE SILK. RUFFLE f?
i>1.07 TRIM. Zj
C1 AO CHANGEABLE SATIN g
?? PX.U7 STRIPED.
i O AQ PLAID SILK, IN ALL Kc
??.07 coLOltS. h
\ Reefer |
!\ nor Braid Trimmed Coa-t. In va- v$3
70U riou? colors. f>yj
\ CI OO Exquisitely Trimmed Deep W3
' jp?.,JO Biiiior Colinr ^Cotits, oil
^ 48c '?r ^>r'n^ Wrap- jjjji
. no . for Jl.M Tea Ciownn, brnUVtl PH
yOL anil ruttlo trlmmod Pcrcalo fcS
1 "Wrappers. * i?|