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' SIO DBWES?STONE A THOMAS. ' '
Stoned Thomas.
IPIVE BIG DRIVES
CI V
For the Next Few Days.
\ N(r. 1.?One Case Mey Red Calico, War
raMd Fast Color, at 4%g.
No.?2.?One H^idref Gloria Silk Umbrellas
Look at This rednce(I froni $ 25 to 98c,
! No.i3.-One Lot Curtain Ends in Nottingham,
" ^ j 'Brussels and Swiss Effects at 19c.
I N0.. 4.?$150 White Bed Spreads at 119.
? No. 5.?50c and 60c India Silks at 25c.
jj Bargains in Every Department.
Stone & Thomas.
HALF-PRICE SALE?M. J. M'FADDEIM.
GREATHALFPEICESALE
See these wonderful bargains. Every article advertised
must be sold, and will be sold, at exactly HALF
PRICE Don't wait and be disappointed. If you want
any of these bargains come at once and get first choice.
50 cent Men's Night Shirts for cents.
n ronf Mon'c r.smn Shirts for 2C cents.
3 v vviib ~ ^ r - ,
$1 oo Men's Black Sateen Shirts for 50 cents.
$1 00 Boys' Black Sateen Shirts for. ?0 cents.
50 cent Silk End Suspenders for 2j cents.
21J cent Striped Socks for 12 1-2 cents.
25 cent Balbriggan Socks for 121-2 cents.
jo cent Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers for 2$ cents.
10 cent 4-ply Linen Collars for 5 cents. ' '
jo cent Fine Silk NecktieSrfor 2J cents.
P MEN'S AND BOYS' ,HA1S AND CAP? AT HALF PRICE.
McFADDEN'S ONE-PRICE STORE,
ICbeapest Store In Vbealiog. 1320 aai 1322 Market Strast,
w Wr. close it C O'clock. Eicm Bjltdw/ly.
$26.00 IN GOLO-GEO. M. SHOOK A CO.
Bii . rp PAin
IIPP1N G0LD
Xo any of our customers, or to any resident wltliin a radius of fifty miles
i: who will coin and supply us with a perfect substitute for that much used
gsi and abused word BARGAIN! This word appoars to be isolated in its ex? ..
preailveness and has consequently been well-nigh ridden to death in its !
peregrinations up anifdown and over and across this fair land of ours. It
Is a word that carries with it to-day a much broador meaning than has 1
been ascribed to it in vears gone by, ana one that is inseparably linked
with almost everv lino'of goods shown over our counters. It is impossible
for us to do without it Sf it. equivalent. COIN US A NEW WORD
that will be a good substitute, aside from those cbmmonly used and whioh
DO NOT express the qame meaning, and we will, turn over the abovo
; ' amount in gold 1 Terms of contest aittvply require the filling out of blank
attached and sending to onr address:
!| NAME OF |
IWLOT8 OF NEW GOODS OPENED DAILY.
<%.?<?. i? \
Geo. M. Snook &. Co.
;v
J. S. RHODES A CO. SHOES-O'KANfc & CO.
A REMARKABLE
Suit Sale.
nn fr
Ladies' Serge and Cloth Suits, all
Kr;!,,ffiif8TS.oS. A FORTUNATE FIND
$12 00 *nd J15 00. Is a delightful discovery. Moitdii
coverers are travelers, and traveled
T J* in 111 1 1 need good footwear. The flnest di?I
QniPC H/lll.lOPl flfC coveries ia footwear now-a-days are
iiUUiUlJ I Clliuul/Aulu made at O'KANK & CO.'S Shoe
Store, No. 1113 Main street Every
In Tans, Navy Blue and Black, purchaser obtains footwear that
$5, $6 and $8 grades, for ' couldn't be better at prices that
couldn't be lower. This is a double
f|v r economy In quality and price.
J,. 0'KANE~& CO,
S1 MeS HiATLY.ua> rawPTLY ececdtbd
& OO. ^ ^ITBE MTBLLIOEKCKR JOB BOOMS.
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Ofllro t Mom. 25 and 27 Fourteenth Street. j
New Advertisements.
King 8oap?D. GundUng & Co.?Fifth Tigs.
Fourth Street M. & Church.
Notice?Kxohuiwe Bank.
Wanted?Two Young Men.
Funeral Notice?Jr. a U. A. M.
School Books-H. F. Bdhretu.
Flrit Presbyterian Church.
School Books?Suui ton's Old City Book Store
For Sale?Two Steam Honors.
Lint of Letter* KemainfOK In the Poitofllco.
' Second Presbyterian Church.
A Unndsomo Present?Cflrio Bran. !
Wanted?Wind Salesman-Second Page.
WHEELING PARK.
Thin magnificent and popular resort la
now open. With Its "beautiful walks and I
drives, froth green lawns and beautiful j
flower* preaentra sight that uo one ahould j
fail to moo and enjoy.
Concerts by the full Opora House Orches- I
tra every Sunday afternoon, commencing
ut 2?30 o'clock.
Tho host of meals and refreahmeuts
1 ? " ilia nam 1
dn'lry!^ """"""
The Wheeling & Elm Grove Railroad
(motor*) leave every hour, and Is prepared
to traimport thousands of people tfith comfort
and dispatch.
Ten Pin parties should engage the alleys
in advance. Park telephone OOiM.
Thoie desiring to arrange for picnic*
should confer early with
COLONEL AUGUST BOLF,
a Manager, No. 33 Fifteenth street.
NEW, NOBBY, USEFUL.
Oall and examine onr handsome line of j
fall Woolens,foreign and domestic and embracing
every novelty iu medium weight
overcoatings, suiting* and trowseriugs.
Special attention given to fashionable get
up. Fit guaranteed and prloes reasonable.
Jaros Hygiene Underwear again handled
?all size*. Ofllce Coats, Grey, Blue, Blaok,
neat and comfortable. Bitzer Jackets,
Brown and Blaok, uhrlvaled. for warmth i
and durability. 100 doten Fast Colored, I
Seamless Half Hose at 85c a pair. Just re- I
celved. Dent Glove, Elghmie Shirt and a
full line of Gents' newest Furnishings.
C. HESS A SONS*,
Fashionable Tailors and Gents* Furnish* ers,
13iil and 1323 Market street.
IF you eannot see and need Speotaoles
yon uliottld call on us aud have your eyes j
tested without charge. We have the finest
instruments and moro experience than any
other optlciau In the State, aqd guarantee
satisfaction or money refunded.
JACOB W. GltUBtl.
Jewoler and Optician,
Corner Twelfth ana Markot.
Will Break Camp.
The Kineflsher fishing club, encamped
at Friendly, down the river,
will brenk camp Sunday night and the
members 0/ the organization will return
to the city. Mayer's band will zo
down Sunday and a concert will be
given at the camp. Quite a number of
people from the city will visit the
camp Sunday.
A Peculiar Accident.
Yesterday morning John Lane, who
lives on South Eofl street, was awakoned
l>v his wifeandtoldto hurry and get up.
lie jumped from the bed and hurriedly
put itia trousers on. As he was doing
this a pocket knife, the blade of which
protruded from the pocket, caught him
du the right I02 and cut a fearful gash
several inches long. He bled profusely,
but no atrious results are feared.
A Party at tbe Fork.
Only a fair sized crowd attended tbe
privato dance given at Wheeling Park
last evening, but, despite tbe meagre
attendance, it proved very enjoyable.
The Opera House orchestra furnished
the music. It was originally intended
to be held at Mozart Park, but was
chonzed at the last moment by Messrs.
Morgan, Miller and Guy Scott, who
were in charge, on account of the cool
weather.
Approaching Nuptial*.
On the 6th of this taonth will occur
the marriage of Sr. J. G. W'alden, a well
known and popular young physician of
this city, and Miss Ada Morrison,
daughter of Mr. Alexander Morrison, of
the firm of Morrison & Obew. This announcement
does not exactly come in
the nature of a surprise, but novertholeis
tbe many friends of both the contracting
parties will shower them with
congratulations. The ceremony will be
private and will occur at tbe residence
Dt the bride's parents in the East End.
OH Down the ttlver.
There was a considerable showing of
both oil and gas at the Home company's
well when the drill passed, through the
Oow Creek sand. Indicatiohs were
similar to those manifested at the
Thompson farm well in the same sand.
Both are being pushed,on down to the
Big Injun. It is the general impression
that the development of the Cow Creek
sand would pay, and this may bo done
if nothing la found below. There is
considerable rivalry between the drillers
at the Roberts oil well and the one on
tho Thompson farm. The advantage
so far is with the. boys at the Koboris
well, the? being down about 100 feet
farther than tbe other follows.
Nov Tlmo Card on the W. ? I,. E.
Beginning September 3 the Wheeling
& Lake Erie Railway will have a new
time card, which will give the public
tho shortest route and quickest time
between Whoeling and Chicago. Passengers
will leave Whoeling at 3:15 p.
m., city time, securing, if aesired,
berths in elegant Pullman buffet sleeping
cart at tt:69 p. m., and arrive In
Chicago at 7:25 n. m. next morning.
Returning, passengers will leave Chi-'
cago at 7:45 p. m., and arrive in Wheeling
at 11:57 next morning, several
hours earlier than by any other lines.
For full particulars, sleeping car accommodations.
otc., apply lo nearest
Wheeling & Lake Erio agent, or 0. B,
Wood, T. P. A.
Tlio Modoru Beauty 1
Thrives ou good food and sunshine,
with planty of exercise in the open air.
Her form glowB with health and her
faco blooms with its beauty. If her
9ystem noeds the cleansing action of a
laxative remedy, she uses the gentle
and pleasant liquid laxative Svrup of
Figs. | . "
OOOO UOOUS, CHEAP FOB CASH.
All Wool Ladles' Salts, the SO 00 quality
nt *3 OV.
l'lno Zephyr Shawls, tho S3 00 kind, at
1 SO.
S3 00Light .Vneketc at S3 SO.
Hisses' (i SO Jackets nt St 00. at
KMXHEIMBR's,
Eleventh Street.
Miller's moat stylish and finest hats
can only be had at G. A. Bedtek's.
Whoeling Exposition and state Falr-Sep.
teraber 4 to 6,180S.
September 5,6, 7 and 8 the Baltimore
& Ohio Company will rnn n special
train leaving Mannington. W. Va.. at
0:10 a. in., stopping at intermediate
stations, arriving at Wheeling at 9 a. m.,
returning leave Wheeling at 5:30 p. m.
Try It.
Foralameback orforapainin the side
or chest, try saturating a piece of flannel
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
binding it on to tho affected pari. This
treatment will cure any ordinary case
in one or two days. Pain Balm alio
cures rheumatism. 60 cent bottles for
sale by Chas. B. Goo us, Will W. Irwin,
Chris. F. Hchoepf, Chas. Menkemeller,
Wm. E. Williams. & U Brice, A. E.
Scheele, Will Menkemeller, John Coleman,
Bichards A McElroy, Wheeling;
Bowie A Co., Bridgeport, and B. F. Peabody
& Son, Bonwood.
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A MODBt, SCHOOL.
Opining of Uuijr Institute Monday,
September 4.
That popular and successful institution
the Linsly Institute i> now In the
eightieth year ot its existence, and with
every auceeding year it growl more
luaty aud usoful in its miaalon to editcato
the youth ot the city of Wheeling
and vicinity. As tho fall term opens on
Monday next, September 4, a recital of
someoltlieadvantagesitoffereoverotber
ichoola of ita class inny not be amiss.
The repntation ot tho school has becomo
quite extended of late years owing
to the fact that graduates of the Linsly
are received on certificate at many of
tho foremost universities and colleges
of tho (country, and othora have been
admitted on examination.
It will be >oen from this that the
school lias attained to a grade on
which Wheeling and the State may
well be congratulated.
Briefly, its design is to prepare boys
for college, and to fnrniah a complete
academical course for those who do not
propose to take a fnll courso of study,
the curriculum, embracing the English
branches, the classics, and modern
IdniriiaaAl find thtt Inatmollon ill BBfih
department being given by teachors of
experience and graduate's'of college.
There U nothing more important in
connection with the training of the
mind of the youth than that ilia- physical
condrliou should progress with the
growth of his mental powers, for without
proper exercise the one will suflor
for the advancement of the other, and
here is where the cadet corps of the
liinaly Institute offers superior advantages
over other schools. This department
is under the\p"?Bal direction of
an officer of the Uhited Stotoa navy,
and the advantages that accrue to the
etudont are discipline, roapect for authority,
and a polish of manner not
otherwise attainable. This drill is compulsory
with every student, save thoso
who are physically disqualified. This
branch of study cannot be too highly
recommended nor its benefits, both
moral and physical, overestimated.
The gontleman in charge of this department,
\wlio has boen detailed by the
United States government, in Lieut. W.
0. P. Mnir, whose record at the naval
department is of the highest character.
He has been an instructor in the torpedo
service and assistant profeasor at
the naval accademy. ?
In addition" to iho drill, there are
gymnastic exercise* in the spacions
armory, the most modern appliances
for the development of physical culture
being used, in charge of a competent instructor.
This feature is one of tho
most valuable adjuncts to the proper
mental trainiug and education of the
youtli of to-day, as the results attained
in this school unquestionably show.
These features nloue make the Linsly
Institute pre-eminently the best school
for boys in this section of the country,
and one which tho citizens of Wheeling
and vicinity point to naturally with
feelings of pride. Being easy of accoss
and having the railroad facilities, now
possessed by Wheeling, this. school offers
special advantages to residonts of
neighboring towns.
For information regarding'catalogues,
containing the terms and other information,
address any momber of the board
of trustees, as per advertisement in another
column, or the principal, John M.
Birch, Wheeling, W. Va.
Saturday at Snook ? Co.'m.
One lot ladies' Jersey Bibbed Vests at
5 cent*.
One lot ladies' Jersey Bibbed Vests at
8 cents.
Ono lot ladies' Jersey Bibbed Vests at
14 cents.
Worth more than double.'
Extraordinary low prices on all Wraps,
Wrappers and Waists to-day.
Wilcox flexible, Boston Derby and
Boeloi's pressed bais are elegant in
style and beat of quality, only to had at
your hatter's. G. A. Beuteii.
ELEVEN-ELEVEN.
Ladles Don't Mill It 11
To-day Only.
78 Children*! Short Coat* for Fall Wonr,
at OS cents, worth from
X SO to as00 oneh.
Nothing yet hni rTur boon shown like it
For To-dny Only,
at TBI! POPULAR,
1 ill Main Street.
Assignee's 8a1e of Wall Paper and
Moulding at cost. No. 3133 Main street.
V. W. Bcanv, Assignee.
DO not forgot tlio foot that tlio plnoo to
tinvo your Wutob, Clonic mid JmrKlnr repaired
Is nt TV. 11. OUItKltT'S,
South end Market street llrldge.
,,
Wheeling & Lalco Krlo to Chicago Momlnyi.
Beginning next Monday and on every
Monday during September, the Wheeling
& Lake Erie railway will sell tickets
to Chicago and return at one fare for
(he round trip, good for ton days from
date of sale. And for "Ohio Day"
tickets will be sold oiffleptember 13.
f O. It. Wood. T. P. A.
ami
POWDERPUREST
AHD BEST.
POUNDS, 20$.
iiasik iaiIi fiiiinvene rA
nalv ta,iwi .vturm i
PRO F. S H EFF i? tbo only- Optician
*in the city that Correctly FITS THE
EYES WITH GLASSES Without the Vie
o/Driup! If Von aood Spectacle* or your
eyes tire or head achoa when reading or
sewing, yon can consult him and have
your eyes examined (or glasses without
charge at his New Optical Establishment,
1110 Main street, one door above
Snook &Co.'s dry goods store.
??-PROF. SHEFF has the only
Complete Optical Estabmsiimmt In tho
State, and Is the only Optician that Fits
Artificial Eyes.
as- 1110 HAH STREET, -??
| aosi-siwy ^ ^ ^ Wi?Ui?#i W. y? ^
SUMMER GOODS-THE HUB CLOTHIERS.
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A LAST WHIRL
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TO CLEAR OUR TABLES OF EVERY VESTIGE OF
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SummerGoods
THIS will Positively be tlie Last Week la WHIC&
Fonner Values Will lie Cnt in Tri.
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EVERY SUMMER SUIT,
EVERY PAIR SUMMER TROUSERS, ,
ALL SUMMER UNDERWEAR,
ALL SUMMER SHIRTS,
MUST BE CLOSED'OUT THIS WEEK.
11^ Nothing will be reserved. If you want a bargain
this is the week. It will be the bargain hunter's harvest
nine ai
THE HUB,
One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Faroisbers,
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Fourteenth and Market Streets,
CREDIT SYSTEM?HOUSE AND HERRMANN.
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: PICK OUT :
: If DATES :
You want your payments to fall due?
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# weekly or monthly?decide on how much #
you can pay?and everything will,run
e along as smoothly as a car on a greased #
track. You'll have the use of the
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8 Furniture, Carpets, J
Mattings, the Refrigerator,
The Baby Carriage",
Stove, &c.,
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And we'll have your promise.
Under ouri;
: I EQUITABLE j
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SYSTEM :
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There's no waiting for ydli to do?no *
notes to sign?no limit. Nothing but to #
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select what you want?and do as you *
agree. _ .
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; HoaseSHerrmann j
1300 MAIN ST. j
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