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W PRELIMIN^ EightySEM-ANHUAL OPEN We beg leave to inform the p campaign with largely increase mous stock, having leased tli premises we have occupicd for quarters were formerly occupli city. With these additions t< abted to show our fast increa: by Fair Treatment, Large A tho Largest, the Itest Amor Men's, Boys'and Ever brought to this or any some desirable novelty to our M gutHT RETAIL DEPARTS DUCK SUITS-GE< DUCK To close out the balance will offer m - j *w? a M J rn?? a n ro-aajauu lues At the follow $1.50. ? j 2.25. ^ ! 3.50. * Geo.~eT~ ^STll BARGAIN BULLE E.B.P Bargain MAIN AND TENTHS 6 ittef nnrz-hflwH fit YVC nave juji ^u. ? of (he ROCHESTHR CLOTh _ on the market for a few days al H Bargain hunters will do well to < o from their opening announcemi ? pose to close the balance of the fGreat SieHi 5 $123,000 Worth of O o from the Big Fire i eo 5 The largest fire that has visi curred in the wholesale clothing dreds of thousands of dollars w But S 123,003 worth of Fine C c the insurance, the entire stock W. Va., and will be sold for h; c 3 AMOITO- THI 2 Mod's $1 CO Stilts go at I ft. Men's D00nnil $5 50 8t M iVlCH b jjon.a 0 00, $0 50 andS ? _ Wen's 8 00 ami S3 SO Si FinP Mon's 0 00 ami $10 00 S * ",c Men's 1100and $1150! . r 1 Men's 12 00 anil $14 001 u oUltSI Men's 15 00 anil $10 00J a Men's 17 00 and $18 00 I S Men's 10 00 and $20 00! X If you can match tboso good* fo u yon will much oblif;o us by roturnii d fund your money. This is as plain X mean"exactly what wo say. Mon's $1 00 Good Work to Mon'a 1 2o rants, splo: - Mon'a 1 50, $1 75 and ! ? iVltJll b Mon'a U 00 Pants, our i c Mon'a Finol'ants, oxtri .Mon'a S3 50 and $4 00 I -> Pot-\fc Men's 4 50 and $4 70 JJ o i Miiii'h 5 Oi) and $5 50 I' "O Men's 0 00 Pants nt... g Men's 0 50 Pants at.... Strain wo mnko yon the offer?t yon tlio money for any goods wo sol! of 11 to won), and worth double the v o plios to oar lino of Clothing. tm ? Hoys' 30c Pants co at.. <3 R Atro9 40(5 Pants, n trron o UUyo Hoys'r>0c Punts, bitr so J i if-c 0-"?? Pantu, extra O ^UILj IJoys' $1 40 Knits, a spo on/^ Boys' lftOSnitwnt g d nU J toys'. 1 7:> mid Si' 0(1 U t? Donfc Hoys' 2 50 Fino Drns* n Idlllb. Jloys' :i00aind 3!50 F S Hoys' 4 00 and $j 50 ?S Tlio?o Spot (Is?li th<lii'lerl>i?lt? nrn tlio csiwo CtUi'u: f-ip full Vitiiii) fur otfijrjr dollar NfliiHili "'St lilif prollU iifo (tilt of Iho <iil0Ulull Itoildji Illnir (IIH nTP4t Ml.*, which will (-outturn With li ^i-E. B. F Main and Tonth Strc ient-w. gut man & co. lRY TO mi Second [HG AHMOUNCEMENT ublic that we will open the Fill d space for exhibiting our enore two large halls adjoining the thirty odd years. The spacious ;d by the Masonic bodies of this j the Six Floors, we will be ensing trade, made and maintained ssortmcnt, and I/Owest Prices; tod, the Most Stylish Stock of I Children's Wear other town. Every day adds nfrAarh/ pnnrmnn^ stflflf. ? 7 5^ ENT, MAIN AN1)TWELFTH STS. 3. E. STIFEL A CO. SUITS. : of our DUCK SUITS we them on day, Aug.20and2l ing low prices: ier Prices $198 and $2 25. ler Price $3 60. ler Prices $4 75,5 UP, 5 51), FEL & CO. TIN-E. B. POTTS. OTTS' Bulletin! !TS., Wheeling, W.Va. : z o Assignee's sale the entire stock o IING CO., and place the same ? L prices that will move the goods. g rail earl/. The following extract a ent speaks for itself, and we pro- J; stock at still lower prices. o 3 it Pin Salt! I O Fine Clothing Saved | it Rochester, N. Y. 3 ted Rochester, N. Y., in years oc- q district on St. Paul street. Hun- ? orth of Clothing were destroyed. ilothing was saved; and to settle % has been removed to Wheeling, 2. [If price or 50 cents on the dollar. ? 3 GOODS ARE & ;lus salo at - S 2 95 ^ lits at - 0 87 st ;7 00 Suits at 4 50 (fi nils nt 5 75 p Jolts at U 00 O suits nt 7 95 ^ Suits nt 1) 85 2 Suits at 10 75 n Suits nt 12 02 y Suits at 13 75 p r loss than doublo our prico anyvrhoro, ^ ir tlio satuo and wo will choorfully ro- 7+ und fair as wo can malco it, and wo ? o tt :inc Pants at C3 < ndid valno, at 07 ? >2 00 Pant* at ?1 18 ^ ureat loador, nt 1 .'57 p l value, at 1 02 3 'ants at 1 05 ? ant? at - 02 q attta at 'J 05 r. ::: ::==!! S 5 V lint ia, wn horoby cunrnntoo to rofuntl if riot fully HatistfflCtory in nvory bouso iiiiouut of tho price, 'J hi* oiTornp- < O c II) z t bnr?rnin nt 211 P llortf nt ,T? -J. vnluo nt 4S q cinl drivo nt &7 c US ** TOHH SuilH nt $1 lvS ^ Suits nt 1 111! q ino Droan Sum nt 1 ! "> u nit-4 nt 1! !)j ^ ?r our WO.VOKIJKITf, WU: N?K a i l tlio pultlla i/ n i to ii ir Ii4r<.iln?. mi I 'muIihmi Ii-imh nt ,i rm i m?:ir ?th ?r inrt?iii? tlut yo.i will ? triiju ruin In |f i ?. f.l ?0!c 14 ?>l'l 3OTTS.^ lots, Whoallnj. W. Va. WHITAKER IS NAMED For Stato Senator by the Republican Conferees. HARMONIOUS SESSION SATURDAY. Mr. Wtiltakcr Renominated hjr Ac* olamation and a new Cnnimltfeo Naiuod?Hancock Couutjr not Represented, hat the Other two llare Fall Dclcscations. Saturday was the day sot and the court houne in thii city the place (or tlio senatorial conferees representing the three countioa in the First senatorial district to moot and nominate a candidate for Uio state senate. Ohio and Brooke county's conferees met, but I Hancock county was not repreaonted. | James Archer, of Brooke county, wa< chosen an chairman, and William E. Hornish as secretary. Brooke county had no candidate. When Ohio was called Mr. W. If. j Travii, in a neat spoecb, renominated lion. X. E. Whitaker. Hurry Hocking enthusiastically sccondod this nomination, as did also Hugo Loot and llenry C. Myer. It was thon moved aud neconded that Mr. Whitaker bo nominated by acclamation, which carriod unanimously. Mr. Whitaker was out of tbo city, but ho w<ts communicated with by telephono and agreed to accept tho nomination and to do all ho could for tho entire l<"publican ticket. A committoo of throe, consisting of W. II. Travii, 11. C. Myer and Harry Hocking, was appointed to formally wait upon Mr. Whitaker upon his roturn to the city. A now senatorial committoo was appointed, as follows: Hancock county ? Samuel Webb, Fairvlow, Charles ?. Smith, Now Cumberland. Brook county?R. II. Cotton and John McXally, Wollsburg. Ohio county?John W. Schultie, Lester Smith and* Harry Hocking. The committoo organized by olecting Harry 1 lucking chairman and 1C 11. Cotton secretary. Tho Kopublican county convention of Gilmor county will bo held atGlonvillo September 1." Capt. B. B. Dovoner has been invited to address* tho mooting aud has accoptod tho invitation. IBIEIUTUD Al'IMUSClATIO.V Shown Mr. A. 31. .folly by Employe* mid oniclaltf of the Wheeling Itdllwuy Com. pnoy. When tho surprising announcement was mado that Mr. A. M. Jolly ha9 resigned his position as gonoral manager of tho Wheeling Railway Compauy. tho men gonorally received the announcouiont with regret. Soon aftor it was determined that they should show substantially their feolings and tlioir up* precintion of Mr. Jolly both aa an otnployor and as a man. A committeo of tho employes of the road was chosen and it seloctod a lino silver dinnor sot for presentation to the retiring genoral manager: ~ Tho presentation took place Saturday oveuing at the home of Mr. Jolly, on Ohio Htreoi, Island. Tho following gentlemen were present: Geuoral Manager W. fj. Wright, Superintendent Michael Loftus, Socretary W. A. Shirlov, Disputchor John li. Loftus and tho following inotorinen and conductors: 'Jhorun* Curley, Joseph Patterson, Jamea McMurrey, James McMullen, Harry Sanger and Ed. Grinder. Tho party took Mr. and Mrs. Jolly by surprise. hut the formor soon recovered, and in reply to Mr. tihirloy's oratorical sparrim: ho countered with as neat a little speech of thanks as one would wish to hear. Ho referred to tho pleasant relations that have oxisted botwoou tho managomont and tho employo9 of tho road, and for that reason would regret to loavo Wheeling. Ho also referred with pardonnblo prido to tho magnificent improvements, that amount almost to entiro reconstruction, of tlio street car systom of this city made nndor his administration. After tho speech making tho gathering becamo informal in its character, and tho ovent was rounded off with a dainty lunch. Mr. Jolly leaves in a few days for xiouvur rails, i u., uia uiu numr, ?>uuiu ho will tako active chargo of his street car interests, that hnvo been inoro or less noglected during his rosidonco in Wheeling. On sovornl occasions tho gentleman has shown busiooss onterfiriso nnd public spirit boyond his felows, nod tho community undoubtedly losos by 1m removal. Premier Club'* Outing. Yesterday morning eicht members of tbu Premier Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo club left for W elcome, W. Va., on tho Ohio Rivor railrond, whoro they pitchod their cunip for tho second annual outing on tho river. Tho following mom hers wont: E. F. Schofield, (Jeorgr Wells, II. J. liittor, Louis E. ischrador, Fred Myers, Wood Myers, Eusjono Wells nnd llarry Wolli. Tho boys took a big wall tent IMxIH feet, and expoct during the coming two weoks to enjoy tho greatest outing in tho club's history. Other momberu of tho club will go down to tho camp this wools. Sen l'>iUurc? of It. Among tho new ballet dovorliaomonts oflored in Chorion II. Yale's newest Uovil'u Auction, which is to beat tho Opera IIouho to-morrow ovenlng, aro tho Ballet of Fooli, introducing the national folly dances: a t raves try on "L'finfant 'Prodiguo,' a new Uhineso divertisument; n combination ot song nnd tcrpsichon entitled "Tho Querns of tho Ballot," ami a now voraion of the already famous Boulovarde. HOOKS nml Stationery, A'Mjneft'ft Sain Groat Murrain*. Lott cwt urlcix. II IJhKKM.'^, ~i Twelfth Street. (lrnnd Family Ou.'lni; To be given bv tho Anriont Ordor of Hibernians ot whoeling Park, Wednesdnv. Aneunt 22. 181)4. Mouls will bo eorvod on tlio grounds by the Indie*, to adulta 'J'> cant*, cliil<)run 15 cunts. First motor for tlio picnic loaves nt i? n. in. Faro for tlio round trip, including mlmission to park. ndiibs 'Jo rents, eliildrcn 15 conts. Tlio following eon lost* will tnko placo: Quoit pitchitiir, band bull, throwing tlio liamruor, putting the allot, potuto raco, candlo racn, anck raco, standing broad jump, rutinioi; brond jump. Tlicro will nl.no bo oilier ntnusmnent*, such nn bnby rucks, can it ruck*, <kc. Dunuiti'4 at lb? I'urk Casino aftornooii nml ovonini*. Music by Mayer's full orchestra nml brass bind. A general invitation in HXtonded to tlio public nnd a good timo in guaranteed to nil who attend. If you contemplate p.iporin?,? this fall you will lind a ntro lino of Wall Taper lit ll)l I Main street. Uon::itt \V. Kvi.k ban tlio I'Utsbnrgh I'll tor in all nixoti for duiuutiiu and luauufacturiug purpurea. Nt'MMRIl OPKRA | At Ihm ffliMilnt Park ful#?-Tb? M*woi1 O tiling pay. | Evor ilnco tho Wheel ins Park Caiino ! waa built the aaiacement loving people I of the city have boeri longing for en opi portunlty of attending tome lamiucr attraction of a legitimate character. Tho oolr objection made to that magnificent theatro irai that the aaa!? were on a level, lhin, fortunately, bai been overcome through Architect E. U. Fr-inzheun's rearrangement of the auditorium. By hit plalu the aeala will be raised, commencing a short distance from tho stage aud extending back to tho door, forming an amphitheatre, so that every pergou in the audience may may buvo the fame view of the stage. This change ha? boon made especially for the appearance of the Arion opera company, which will give "'Tho lJolieminn Girl ' on the night of August 30, and repeat the tame tuneful dream of melody on Friday afternoon, at tho matinoo. On Friday evening, August 31, the evor popular "Chimes of Xor mandy" will bo given. This will Do 01 special interest innimuch us tbit nme work was given by local talent tome years ol'o. Ou Friday evening tho "Masonic Outing" takes plnce, when, in addition to the usual attractions thoro will bo concert* by the Opera House band nnd speeches by prominent Musous. These two days of promised enjoyment will I certainly fulfill the hopes of thoao wiio look forward to them with pleasurable anticipation. ! TUB RATI2 To lMiTSllUItOll 1 Given the Old HoMlrra Contlnaaa Unanlltfuctorf? IteanJulloii Tho fact that tho old goldlors of this ! community aro indulging in that occuj pation usually left to the army mule? kicking?was chronicled in tho Intkluokscbh u tow days ago. Vho boys object to putting up $2 to tho railroads for the round trip to tho Pittsburgh onI campinent, and Haturday oveuing ilolliday post, G. A. 11, at its meeting passed I tho fallowing on the subject: "JUtohvd, That John W. Ilolliday Post No. 12, G. A. R, ouiphatieally pro| tost against tho rate to tho national oncampment at Pittsburgh being lixed at ; $2 for tho round trip, a higher price than either of the competing lines charge for Sunday excursions, and in | excess of tho cent-a-milo rato usualiy j charged on these occasions." I Tho grounds for tho "kick" aside from the fact that $2 is charged for points forty miles further away from Pittsburgh than Wheeling i* the fact that in tho past tho railroads have made rates for other organizations to Pittsburgh, at $1 Ho for tho round trip, mi instanco being tho excursion of tho Knights | Tomplar recently. It is also clnitnod I that ordinary excursion rates undor tho rato agreort upon for tho G. A. K. onI camptnout have on occasions beon givon by tho railroads. Tho old soldiers aro I confident they will bo ablo to secure a bettor rato for Whcoling and surrounding towns. *?N SEE TO IT L i that von'ro not put off twlth notno poor substituto, wboa you ask for Dr. I'iercu'K Golden Medicnl Discovery. Get it of an honest dealer. As a Wood - cleanser, streneth - restorer, and llwilwmlldei?? ccrfaJn remedy fn ovary disease causod by on inactivo liver or bad bloo'd, thoro's nothing cUso that's " just as eood " as I tho "Discovery." ! It's tbo only medicine guarantffd to benefit or cure, or the money is refunded. Glen Brook, Tf. C. Dr. R. v. Fierce: Drar fffr - Twrlyo months ago I was hardly able to work at all. guttered from ucrrousnces and weahnpsn, nan a bad cough. I can work (ill tbo time now and liuve a good appetite. I bare Rained 'wojvo pounds since taking the " Uoldcn Medical I)[acoverj "^and fool that It's all due to tho ci.ci Don't forgot to look at tho Wall Papor being closed out at cost ut 1011 Alain street. TnE Pan-LIundlo Dyoing establish4 ment, owned by John lloilmoior, at No. 1431 Market streot, is tho best equipped douse of its kind in Wheeling. in addition to tho dyeing and donning departments a corps of (irst-closs tailors nro einployod, who can do repairing as neat as it is possible. Clothed and ladios' garments, cleaned or dyed, can he mado to look like now. Satisfaction guaranteed. diki). STOr.TZER?On Sunday. August 19. 1R!M. at l'J:NJ.a. m., F. W. SToerzKit, aged (o ycurs. Funeral from bis late nsidcncc. No. '. .'07 PoT street, Tuesday afteruoou ut 2 o'clock. Frlendi o( the family re?pcctfulljr Invited to attend. Interment private m Greenwood <'ctncterv. / U N D E RTAKING. LOUIS BERTSCHY, ?> (FOUMKISI.Y OF FKEW A 11ERTSCIIY). Funeral Director and Arterial Embalmer, 1110 JTaln Street. K.i?t Hide. CalM by tolephono anwored dty or night. H?nr" >oN'?li'Vii? t.f?: n^Hi'iic. V>'i. nn.'7 AT THE UULUlVJi EAGLE tr TEBY LIEJ.A.I CO ^ 09 01 s 2 s I IIP ?j Mm We have a number of Wheels, I) K. HC RE?DY-TO-WE*R CLO No other hous or ever will, sell : ? I / \ 1 | ties at sucn luv i quote. Kraus WILL'SELL^ \\\\\\\w\\R Q jLOTh We can't afford to prices we will name a of the givers (?) away have called on the ba us. We'll show you Real Kraus Clothiers and Fiirnisbe TBS FiFESr CLOTHIHS AND FDi SUMMER GOODSMoonligf Strolls are delightful under ri| that is if you have an agreeal and are properly clad to i would not undertake to furn but the latter comes rlghl These charming summer d; ings make this apparel a nec Strollin Through our Store you'll se to attract your attention and much either?White Duck to match. Some beauties Shirts, and, as usual, the Largest Line of Incomparab! For the G Appreciate a nicely dresse admire his taste; it's a mar ation all around. Believe us of these nobby dressers are < D.Gundling and ?6 Twelfth 5 I _L__ rTOP L 3IA, HARTFORD ^LTAIR. STERL D THE PBOC . v . .. ?olli sivond-h.-ikl nnJ new, that we v )GE COMPANY,1 iTHING-KRAUS BROS. e doss, ever did, such sterling quali* ' r-v *-? t f r% v rKiuti as we Bros. EADY-TO-WEAR -UNCI give it away, but the re far below the prices of Clothing. After you irgain boomers come to Bargains! , Bros., rs, 1319 Market Street, RNISHING IIODSE IH TDE STATE. p. gundling 4. co. zht conditions; _ )le companion, snjoy it. We ish the former, 22e2 t in our line. ivs and even- ^Tv" ;essity, and by s many things not cost you figg* Pants, Belts left in Fancy *~sr* Latest and le Neckwear. g-tg iris ^ d man: Ihev velous fascin- 8?g girls, that lots ?23 Dur customers. ;&Co. H Street. Titfrm ' AND HiCKORY. ,ING. 'ESSI03ST.__-sA | Bd < : ^ ~ i r\ 68 9 ? ??HI H // Kv>/ s H sAifcSr" .> ? >w.<A?iy >v - i^n \ ill sell at greatly roduccJ p'ricei. uovcu: iiKAi^r.vitTi-::^. 1113 MARKET STHEET.