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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, September 04, 1900, Image 8

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Weather Forecast 1
STONE &
Ladies' Tailor
1 i
\ Selling L<
the Redut
75 Ladies' Tailor-Made
llpf: all-wool venitianbro
viot, value $15, $
choice. i,
50 Ladies' Tailor-Mac
lined throughout w
elaborately trimmec
$30, choice....
Redaction in 1
Boys' Fauntleroy Blou:
white lawn, sailor cc
trimmed with embro
Boys' 98c Fauntleroy 1
large sailor collar of
allover embroidery...
Boys' Kilts.
Boys'.Kilt Sa:!'\
dimmed with oraid
embroidery:
!? > $2.48 Kit
>: $2.98 Kil
$3.48 Kil
Wash Goods.
r . To-day wil
last of th
All 12ic "and 15c Dimil
. All 19c and 25c Summ<
: All 49c and; 59c Zephyi
Store Closes Efery Night Uiis
STONEl
GEO. H
iThe
T*an
From light and a
weightier and more
most strikingly mar
section:
The New Fall and
I CAMEL
- Fabrics, Venetians
Broadcloths, Melt<
^ materials of body a
These "cl<
that pern
tailored in
. fitting cos
to domina
hum ill'
greyw
The rush of colors
K brownish-greys anc
- the preponderating,
colorings in our rar
38c to $.
y A good
to the do
y
MMj _ SEPTE31BES?Store Close
-g&sssmmM
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i i . .
Ik
Ifc.
I & TTTITTffftR,
*
3>r To-day-Goneruily Fair.
< THOMAS.
Made Suits.
)ts of Them at
red Prices
! Suits, made of
adclothahdcfie- d*fA aa
17:.5.?..a.nd...s.20:. (plV.Ul)
le Suits, some
ifh ?:flk nl-hprc: dun A n
Boys' Waists.
se Waists, made of *Q
illar, front and cuffs
idery. Instead of 50c
31ouse Waists, n*
82c
???? 4
3f Fine White Pique, some
. and buttons, others with
ts $ 1.90.
ts ?$2.35.
ts $2,75.
II likely see the
e wash goods.
s at per yard............ 5c
:ies at per yard.; 5c
;r Lawns at per yard 5c
Ginghams at per yard...I8c
V
feet Except Saturday, at 5 o'clock.
[THOMAS.
. shook & co.
*>t4r
mUUJLJL -jj
iry fabrics to those of J!
: sombre appearance is ~^S
lifest in the Dress Goods -4
Winter Hoods Are Here. ^
'S HAIR 1
, Homespuns, Cheviots,
sns and Zibclines?all j]
ncl substance.
Dthy" fabrics are the sort jl
nit of being smoothly
ito those shapely snugtumes
that will continue -4!
te the world of fashion.
^ARD J
trend, and greyish-greys, Jj
1 blueish-greys, although J|
are not the exclusive
2.50 yard. j
showing close
liar price.
s at 6 p. m, Satardajs Excepted. _Jj
KAY BBOTHEHS?SHOES.
You can
buy
The "Royal"
7 $3.50 Shoe
for men?any stylo la Tana?
TO-DAY
For $2.65.
This shoo J* probably the best
known SJ1.30 shoe la AYhoolInar,
anil ltT? easy to figure the snug
little sum saved-:Just 8.1 cents
on every pair?worth, looking
'alter.
120 Per Cent Off oil Boys', Girls*
and Children's Tans.
I NAY'S.
| " 1317 Markct^trcct^
Eta 3nteUigencer
Officer 25 and' 27 Fourteenth Street.
Hew Advertisements.
Vffisi Virginia State Fair?Textile and
Art Deportments.
Corn Graters?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
TVest Virginia. State Fair?Educational
Department,
Pure Cider Vinegar?Albert Stolae & Co.
For Salo?One '? H. P. Plerce-Grouch
Gaa Engine.
'Boys' "Solid Wear" School Shota?McFadden'a?Sccond
Page.
Shorthand, Typewriting and English
Branches.
Xour Pickles?List's Drug Store.
Notice to Doit Owners?a. T. Sweenev
Wm. Jennings Bryan?Logan Dru? Co.
School Books?Albert Dlttmar.
20.000.
Wo Jjnvo fitted mora than twenty
thousand pair* of Spectacles, Riving us |
a record ?nd experience unequalled by
any other optloiau In TV"est Virginia.
Satisfaction guaranteed.'
JACOB W. UltCBB, Optician. I
So. IttOtf Market Street.
^7 BTO ON TROTTSEBS.
Just closed oat at a great sacrifice i
100 mill ends Trouserings, which
we will make to order on short notice
at the low price of $5.00 ana
$6.00. Begular price ?8, $9, $10. i
See north window.
C. HESS & SONS,
Fashionable Tailors and Furnishers,
1321 and 1323 Harket Street.
vf Traffic "Was Delayed. 1
Will Commence To-Day.
Owing to the Inability of Humnne Officer
Echols to get his dog catching ap
paratua In shape the work of corralingr
all unmuzrled dog-3 found at large i
will not be started until this morning.
Two dogr pounds have been secured, one
In the East End and the other on the
South Side. One will operate north of j
the creek and the other on the South i
Side.
Legs Cut Off.
Yesterday afternon shortly before 1
o'clock a man named Harry Fredewah
was run over by a Baltimore & Ohio j
train at McMechen, and had both of his |
lower limbs taken off. He was re- !
moved to the Glendale hospital, where
everything1 possible was done for him.
Ho was resting: easily at a late hour
last night, and It Is thought he will recover.
Business Was Suspended.
Yesterday being Labor Day?a national
holiday?the postolflce observed
holiday hours; the city and county
building offices were closed; banks had
their shutters up; factories were closed
down, and the opening of the Wheeling
public schools was postponed one day.
The day was quietly observed, many
I going zo the stats fair grounds, where
the Labor Day outing, under the auapices
of.the Trades Assembly, was the
main feature of the day. The ball
games were not played, owing to the
non-appearance of the Anderson team.
Bernard Bero's Great Work.
Bernard Bero, of the South Side, a
son of Joseph Bero, has just completed
a plaster of pari3 plaque bust of President
McKlnliy, that has been admired
| by all who have ssen It. One of the
| flrst made from the original, la on display
at the Intelligencer, counting
rooms to-day. The bust of the President
Is surrounded by a beautifully designed
border. These plaques will be
put on the market shortly and doubtless
will meet with a ready sale. It
Is undoubtedly as good a likeness of
President McKinley a9 can be produced.
Funeral of Herman Bremer.
The funeral of .Herman Bremer took
place from his late home on South Eoft
street, yesterday afternoon ai 2 o-'clock
and were attended by a large concourse
of sorrowing frltnds and relatives, who
called to .pay a Ifist tribute to one whom
the Almighty, In his Infinite wisdom,
took from their midst at the very beginning
of a life full of promise. The
Rev. H. H. Haas delivered a sermon
In German and the Rev. F. C. H. Peschau
followed In English, both paying
eloquent tribute to the many pood and
noble qualities of the deceased. There
were many and beautiful floral offerings,
among them a broken wheel from
his graduating class, a harp from St.
Paul's choir, of which he was a member,
and a music lyre from the Ideal
Mandolin and Guitar club. Interment
took place at the Peninsular cemetcry.
The pall-bearers were Fred Hoffmelster,
Gus Hartong, Gus Rockabrand,
Ed. Ellg, George Nicholas and Charles
Norteman.
Special Salo.
The seventeen houses on the property
of the Rlvertflde Iron works, will be
sold to-day at 2:30 p. m. The sale will
take place In my office, No. 1715 Market
street. S. NESBITT, JR,
THE West Virginia Coal & Ice Company
want the public to know that
there Is no scarcity of len on their part,
as they have large contracts that will
fully supply thi* market. They can
supply from four to six car loads a day.
Piano Bargains.
One Huntington Piano slightly shopworn,
Mahogany ease; this week at
$190.
Fine Foster IMano, used but a short
time, only 1250.
F. W. BA.UMER CO.
Ocean Steamship Tickets
To and from Europe, vln all lines, can
b? purchased from T. C, Burke, Passenger
and Ticket Agent of the Baltimore &
Ohio railroad, who Is also agent for th*
best of all tours?Raymond & Wbltcomb
?to the Paris exposition.
MANY CASES
ARE UP FOR
GRAND JURY.
September Term of the Ohio County
Criminal Court Opens This
Homing-, and the
THE GAINES ABORTION CASE
Is Among Those That. Will Be Investigated
by the Grand Jury.
| juiat ut xteaKutfflcuu.
This morning the September term of
the Ohio county criminal court* Judge
Hugus on the bench, opens, and Prosecuting
Attorney W. C. 3feyer states
that there Is an unusually heavy batch
of criminal business for the grand
Jury to Investigate. Most Important of
the matters that will come before the
grand Jury this morning, of. course, will
be the Delia Gaines abortion case, the
responsibility for which was recently
fixed upon "Madame" Smaltzer and J~
N. Lowry, by the coroner's Jury. Although
the coroner's Jury arrtved at
this conclusion, It Is a vastly different
matter to work up the case against the
persons Implicated In a court of Justice,
and it Is intimated that difficulties are
being encountered by the authorities.
The following presentments will be
made to the grand Jury by Prosecuting
Attorney Meyer:
State vs. Robert Richardson; false
pretense.
State vs. James Hardy and Richard
Francis, burglary.
State vs. John Anderson; felony, two
Indictments for blackmailing.
State vs. Charles Blomler; misdemeanor;
carrying concealed weapons.
State vs. Murphy; felony; embezzlement.
State vs. C. E. Clark and J. S. Bru
oaner; misdemeanor; luegauy practicing
dentistry.
State vs. John Madden: misdemeanor;
assault and battery.
State vs. Henry Ganuszasky; felony;
malicious cutting".
' State vs. A. J. Schultz; misdemeanor;
assault and battery.
State vs. Wllse Clark and Jack
Clark; felony; burglary.
State vs. Jack Connors; misdemeanor;
theft.
State vs. Padge O'Neill and Elsie
Gray; misdemeanor; assault and battery.
State vs. James Davener; misdemeanor;
Jumping board bill.
State vs. Charles Burkett; misdemeanor;
petit larceny.
State vs. Thomas Cassady; misdemeanor;
theft.
State vs. William Bllnco and George
Day; misdemeanor; theft.
State vs. William Bartlett; felony;
grand larceny.
PARENTS AND PUPILS
are asked to remember that all the
CONTRACT SCHOOL BOOKS for
Ward and High Schools are kept in
largest quantity and variety.
We have many of the higher priced
books in good, clean SECOND-HAND
condition, as good as new, at much
lower priccs, if desired.
' COVERS FREE with all books and
| a SUITABLE PRESENT for tha chilI
dren.
i STANTON'S OLD CITYBOOK STORE,
1301 Market street,
| Contractors with. Board at Education.
THE BAND A ROSS A
Concerts This Afternoon and Evening
at Wheeling Park.
The famous Banda Rossa. of Italy.
I gives two concerts this afternoon and
evening at the Wheeling Park Casino
and large audiences are assured for
both performances. Splendid programmes
especially selected have been
prepared for both occasions and they
cannot fall to please ail tastes. Last
season when the Sand played here It
was a revelation to music lovers. Nothing
like it had ever been heard before.
These Italians are masters of the art
and they play with a spirit and a dash
which fairly carrlos one away and not
infrequently have the audiences been
moved to tears by the grandeur and
beauty of the melody. The park management
is to be congratulated on securing
such a fine attraction. It Is safe
to predict record breaking audiences at
both performances. Special motors
will run to the park Casino gates, afternoon
and evening.
Piano Bargains.
One Huntington Piano ullghtly shopworn.
Mahogany case; this week at
5190.
Fine FoBter Piano, used but a short
time, only $250.
F. W. BAUMER CO.
BRYAN coining, changes A. 0. H.
T* V??? ** *
Cathedral Suits
made to order. Knee pants suits ??;
long pants suits, S3.
D. GUNDLING & CO.,
1215 Market Street.
Pocket Hap of China.
Latest Indexed map of Chinese Empire
with enlarged map of portions of
China where difficulty exists, and Information
relating to present crisis,
mailed on receipt of four cents In postage
by \V. B. Knlskcm, 22 Fifth avenue,
Chicago, III. 1S-25-1
3RYAN coming, changes A. 0. H.
Picnic to September 5, Mozart Park.
When you feel that you have trlod every,
thin* and everrone. consult uw. a dttur
occurrence I* the furprlae ?hown by th?
benefited patlenta at our otllce.
Do you have headache? Do your eye*
crater? Do they a mart or burn? Does the
print run together when reading?
For any trouble of your ay cm conault as.
We make glaaie* at popular prices. Make
a careful examination free of charge.
PROF. H. SHEEF,
The* Scientific! Cor. Main and
Optlclou XlavcntliSts?
THE HUB
Readj Boys,
Ag-alu the junior army of
Younjr America. is rampa:
tea -weeks' holiday. Expi
Waists, etc. The boys' i
cers whea they see the gri
for their comfort and cove
boys
Quality...
that wins the parents. W<
not the least bit particnli
la school clothes or they1]
the shoulders of our achi
for all the Improvements t
to come up after them?
TO THE SAKE OLD PBI(
the quality that gets ahec
don't know just what yoi
worth having. Let the at
ing, SEEING WILL BE :
meats of the facts are co:
School Suits $1.75, ?2.C
$5.00. Better ones if you
Pants 50c.
Honey back on demand .
one price. All goods max
THE
Fourteenth and
Market Streets.
BABE'S CLOT]
Perfect'Fittinw" ?rr>
Perfect' Shaped ^
Trimmed Well
Made Well |f|
At Popular'Prices J[
Every
Pair Warranted
THEY MEET THE
WARR
You mav fcuv a. nalr of DUTCHE
$2, $2.50, $3, $
AND TEAR THEM TWO MONT
BUTTON THAT COMES OFF WE
IF THEY RIP AT THE WAJSTBAI
CENTS IF THEY RIP IN THE ?
PAY YOU ONE DOLLAR, OR GIVI
Best in the Wor
LEE E
Sole Agent.
" LOCKE s:
\
A GOOD SHOE
LADIES', MISSES
MEN'S, BOYS'
TAN COLOR
We can save you 25 cents, f
these goods, and will give y
colors to select from.
j LOCKE SHOE
PAINTING, GLAZING, ETC.
JAMES McADAMS COLLINS,
Painter, Grainer, Glazier, Hals?miner.
Sign rainier and Paper
Hanger.
DEALEK IS
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glnst,
Puny, Enamels, Stains, Bronzes,
Gold Leaf, Gold Paint and all
trades of Brushes.
ESTIMATES
For old and new fork promptV
furnished.
Telephone 481. 1613 Market St
CLOTHTFflW. |
Ready,.
tie republic Is rtady tor idaoU. :'il
at with. enthusiasm generated by i |
ct a new Bolt, new Hat, SMrU, 1
syes will stick ant u luge as us- I
sat high pile of goodies we've pt 1
ring. It's TpaVe tfcat caataiw thi I
?> I
. re solid on toth. sides. Boys n $
it. iou mast nave SOJUD 'WOBTH
1 soon coins to grief. We atand oa
evements of lost year, and reached
Jiat liad been made. You won't hfe,
Wil'VJkl BBOtJGHT TE2H D0W1
;ES?that's how m progress. If,
id?the coat stands still. I?
1 want, there's everything here that's
lock talk to yon. If seeing U holier.
SUITING. In1 this case the a:g-;.
ivinclng. * .
)0, 92.50, $2.98, $3.50, 94.00 and
want thara. Au Wool Bays' Eaj?
and. no questions asked. r Strictly
ked in plain figures.,
? J
HUB, 0
Clothiers, Hatters
and Furnishers.,
TTWO HOUSE.
tatehess
Vousers
STYLE," MATERIAL
AND FINISH
-7 ^JUST RIGm1
WANTS OF ALL. j
ANTY |
SS TOOL TROUSERS at
3.5U, $4 or $5
HS. FOR EVERY SUSPENDER
TOX PAY YOU TEN CENTS.
TO WE WILL PAY YOU FinY
1EAT OR ELSEWHERE WE WILL
i YOU A NEW PAIR.
VWW%A/VWVWWWWW^^
Id Try a Pair
>AER,
Twelfth St 1
EEOE CO. ? " |
INVESTMENT. I
' AND CHILD'S,
AND YOUTH'S,
ED SHOES. 1
!0 cents and SI.00 a pair on I
ou this season's styles and
! COMPANY.]
, __ ?n
ALBANY DENTAL PARLOBS.
...ALBANY DENTISTS5.
B. C<M.DWELL? Manatee.
No. 1036 Main St.. Corner Steel BrW*
OVER DKUQ STORE. <
tOoU Crowfl

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