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? PRELIMS Eighty SEHI-ANNOAL OPE We beg leave to inform the campaign with largely increi mous stock, having leased premises we have occupied < quarters were formerly occt city. With these addition; abled to show our fast incr by Fair Treatment, Lurgi tlio Largest, the Best Ass Men's, Boys'ao Ever,brought to tills or ar some desirable novelty to o mgotmH BETAIL DEPAK'I FALL SUITINGS pore Runr FALL m Advance lines of Fal Wraps now open. I new, rich in color and Our large rooms h: and repainted, giving: (daylight) to be had ii Dress Goods and Silk; Come in, examine tl ready to purchase yo go to get the latest. Our Imported Goo styles seen at our st< where in the city. GEOrE7~ ^~ST1 BARGAIN BUL E. B. F Bargain MAIN AND TENTF to 0 > We have just purchased 1 of the ROCHESTER CLO _ on the market for a few days .2 Bargain hunters will do well o from their opening announc & pose to close the balance of tl ^ Tlnnlinri |1jMI IHip | $123,000 Worth i o from the Big-Fir 60 5 The largest (ire that lias \ curred in the wholesale clothii dreds of thousands of dollar: ii But $ 123.000 worth of Finf c the insurance, the entire sto 5 W. Va., and will be ibid for I 0 c | -Ajvronsro- TH 2 Mod's $4 50 Suits no ? Mon'p Mon'a 5 00 and $5 51 IVieil b Mon'a 0 00, $0 50 an rr Mon'a 8 00 and S3 5 Hnp M?n'a 0 00 and $10' A ,11C Mon'a 11 00 and $11 C .!_ I Mon'a 12 00 and $14 u OUltSl Mon'a 15 00 and $10 <3 Mon'a 17 00 and $18 H Men's 19 00 and $20 X If you can nmtcli thoso gooil< 2 you will xnncli oblige us by rotu el fund your monoy. This in as pli X incau oxactly wiiut wo say. Mon'a $1 03 Good W tn Mon'a 1 25 l'ants, s m Mpn'c Mdn's 1 50, $1 75 ai ? iVlcll b Mon'? 3 00 Panto, o C Mou's Kino l'antu, o: ? Mon'a $350 and $4 0 5 Pomfc Moil's 4 50 auil $1 7 ? * clllLb# Mon'a 5 00 and $5 5 "0 Mon'a 0 00 Pants a ? Mon'a 0 50 l'auta a Again wo innko yon tlio oflor you llio monoy for any irooila wo of tho word, and worth doublu ti <f, plioa to our lluo of Clothing. u 0 JJoya' 30c Pants go i 2 L>?, lioya 1" a 2 tsoys Hoys' fiUc PnutB, bit _j o . JJovi' BOc l'aiiM, 0X1 0 olilts lliivn' SI 40 KniI.; a - , 1 !>() Sllitu :it o ana nov#- i $-1 F. n Hois' 2fi0 1flnol>r n PantS. Dove' :l<K) unil SI ' S Hoy*' 100 mid $ "> ' Tlifio Spot Oi*h tmin<IO'lM?lli in lliol"1 looking for full v/iliiv f??r ojurjr 'loniir u ?i'?i Mir jiroilwnro?'it of th'*'iiio^tlon n. iuua tliln ureal nalw. wuioli will ouiilluu * E. B. Main and Tonth S SMSHT-M. GUTMAW a. CO. IARY TO HHP ^ -Second NING ANNOUNCEMENT ! public that we will open the Fall ised spice for exhibiting 6ur enorthe two large halls adjoining the or thirty odd years. The spacious ipled by the Masonic bodies of this ! to the Six Floors, we will be eneasing trade, made and maintained ) Assortment, and Lowest Prices; orted, tlio llost Stylish Stock of id Children's fear iy other town. Every day adds ur already enormous stock. ! CO.,?^ mi WWP i f V A vn TWrr.tfTTT 8TS LH1.U11 lj iUAAH ntiv a. Iixut ?.* . u.u. -GEO. E. STIFEL A. CO. lers o FOR m ) WINTER '94 AND '95. I and Winter Suitings and fhey are beauties. Entirely handsome in style. lve been entirely renovated idvantage of the best light i all departments, especially > and Velvets. le lines, then when you are u will know just where to ds are exclusive and the ares will not be seen else IrhL & UU. LET1N-E. B. POTTS. =OTTS' Bulletin 1 1 STS., Wheeling, W.Va. ===== * 2 o at Assignee's sale the entire stock c. THING CO., and place tile same ? ; *t prices that will move the goods. J to call early. The following extract a sment speaks for itself, and we pro- 2 le stock at still lower prices. o it Fin Slit! I 0 of Fine Clothing Saved a o e at Rochester, N. Y. 3 risited Rocliester, N. Y., in years ocrig district on St. Paul street. Huni worth of Clothing were destroyed. ! Clothing was saved; and to settle ? ck has been removed to Wheeling, 2. half price or 50 cents on the dollar, g ~ ? g :E G-OOJJb J?.-?0_tu r at tliia salo at $ 2 1)5 $ ) Suits at 3 87 rj id $7 DO Suits at - 4 50 u> 0 Suits at .. 6 75 p DO Suits nt G IK) O 50 Suits ut 7 93 ? 00 Suits ut 0 85 2 00 Suits at 10 75 00 Suits at 12 02 " 00 Suits at 13 75 p n 1 for loss than donblo our prico any whore, ? ruing tlio sumo aiul wu will cboorfully ro? 7* liu and fair us wo cuu wako it, and wo ? Q. orkinc Pants at 08 < p'uudid value, at 1)7 ? id $2 00 i'ants at LS ^ ur urout lundur, nt 1 37 p ictra value, ut 102 D 0 I'ants at 1 1)5 ? 5 I'ants ut 2 02 q iO I'ants at -2 1)5 c 3 37 2 t 3 1)5 -j P ?that is, wo horobv cuarantoo to rofund Qif ?mt fnllv antiafnclorv in "Vorv aunao > io amount oi tliu price. 'Jim otfor np- < 0 c JO $ :ront bargain at 21) P fflolloraat ."> ") ? ;ru value at 48 q spueial drivo at S7 c ..! US ^ 10 Drons SuitM at $1 IS ^ usM.Suitflat 1 (? -' o i0 Finn Proa* Suit* at I ! "? c. 4) Suitn at 1M?3 S? mm of o ir \VoN'|)KitK(rr? .SltfWBH iim-I l!? ptiMlo Miitu'o i tuoiir t?irritiM. mi I l!Uilno?? !?? ?? ut u r?tj .l(Ju? man/ oifiup itifjtlm tint y??.i wlllsjj wiuti vu111 l?.llu |i!t IK IH Mllll. POTTS, treats^ Whoelln*. W. Va. CAPTAIN DQVENER Opens Hi* Campaign Before tb? Cluy-Unlon Republican Club. VERY LftRGE 6ND EHTHUSlfiSTIG DecCribec the Crowd That Llatoned to tbe Eloquent Speaker?Coin pares the Freaeut Depressed Condltlouh >Vitb llcpubllcan I'rotectlvo l*ro?perity?Democratic l*ruiul?ee and Their Fulfillment. Laat evening at .tho headquartera of ' the Clay-Union Republican club at liiihoQ'a ball on Eighteenth atrcot in Eait Wheeling a large and enthuaiaatic mealioi? vroi held, which traa addreaaeJ by tho Republican congressional canJidate, Captain li. B. Dovoner. Thia was the captain's first speech in liia home since bis nomination and his audience wui one entirely fitting to tbe occasion. Captain Doveuer began by saying that in former campaigns be had boon gov* orjied by partisaniim growing out of conditions covering a poriod of thirty* two years, from 1SC1 to 1892, but ho felt fio-nigQt that tho distressed situation in which he felt his country to bo with ail of her interests and industries threatened, some with parylization, othors with destruction, that the timo had como tor hi id and nil othor true lovers of our country to take a broader view and to staud upon a higher plaueof patriotism and Americanism. MI am not hero to-night to wound or otrend ur to call to severe account those , who wero deluded by tho promises of the loaders of their party two years ago, but to contrast condition* past and present and will try to convince all who henr mo to-night that the positions of my party on ail great economic quo#tiuna affecting tho interests of tho pcoplo and the whole people, regardless of rection or condition, huvo been right. This is proven by a thousand object louons iu our immodinto midst. Thcro is a large distinction botwoon recollection and remembrance. You will recollect that two years ago they promised you if tho Democratic party should gain control of this government they would legislato so wifely and favorably in tho interests ot . labor that labor should receive its just reward and tho "robber barons," as they denominated the manufacturers, _i 1.1 * <11, ,i. i ...... .....i BIIUUIU JlUb lllbll IIUUI J-uu aim grow rich on the product of your labor; that rovenuo and turitl rofonn would bo ia your interests, tlmt tho JJomocratic pariv was tho only true party tbnt Hhieldod and protected tho rights of American labor. Now than, 1 ask you 1 in all candor if you have uny remembrance of their carrying out* a single pledge or promise made at that time, or in fact at uny tiino. With a vory short recena Congress has bcon in session for more than ouo your, a Democratic Con* gross with u lurgo majority in one branch and a working majority in tiie othor, and a Prosident, In fact they are in complete control of tho government. assuming all control and entirely roBponfliblo for all legislation. Have thuy doue one single act ttiat would load you to bollevolhat thoy wore honest in their promises and pledges? Nothing." One year ago, said tho captain, ConcrtHH was callod in extra sbssion by tho Prosidont to ropeal the silvor purchase , bill, which was claimcd to bo the causo of bU8ineos stagnation, nacortaint^and disustor, in tlnancial and commercial aQairs. and that its repeal was demanded that business conthlonce would be restored and tho country rcnino its former prosperity, and tho pooplo said, "Amen." It wus accordingly repealed with the aid of Kepublicans in both houses. The people awaited patiently for tho promised revival; duys passed ic&to weoks, wookB into inontns, ana yet tho revival came not. Then tliu pooplo Haiti thoro must bo Bomo othor cnu80 and tho trno cnuno hna now boon made clear?ifwos uololv , duo to tinkering with the tarill laws. Factories closed down, peoplo thrown out of employment, millions of dollars ' thrown out of circulation, all awaiting tho result of tho Democratic action iu Congress. Thoro is no twelve months under a Kopublicau administration that will comparo in far reaching disastrous results with the twelve months just passed under tho present administration. A tarilTlaw has finally passed iu 1 inuny respects as bad or worso than tho Wilson bill. Many southern products havo been protected, whilo northorn products, both agricultural and manufacturing, havo boon left to tho morcy of Ktiropo und tho Dominion of Canadu. Tho cartfnin then made a nuinbor of citations from tho Gormau-lirico mongrol tariff moasuro just passod, which ho said in tho language of h'onator Mills, of Texas, doos not ineot tho approbation of one thousand Democrats in tho United Statos, and could not oven obtain tho signature of Froo Trndo Grover Clevoland. Ilo said tho dillurenco between tho loadora of the Democratic party and its rank and file reniiudod him of tho story of tho white boy and tho colored boy who wont out coon hunting. Colorod boy ownod the dog, and ho treed tho coon; colored boy climbed tho tree and shook tho coon down; the coon was killed; tho whito boy threw it over his shouldor and stnrtod [or home. Colorod boy says, "What part of this coon do I got?" Whito boy said, "Didn't wo acreo to go into cohoots ou this coon hunt?" Colorod boy said, "Yes." Whito boy said, "Well, I uet the coon and you get the cohoots/' That's tho way with tho fellows who voted for Cleveland in '02. Tho bosses got tho ofllcos and tho workingtnan largely responsible for Cleveland's olec'tion now sees tiiat he got . nothing hut tho cohoots. Tliou- in a clear and convincing manl<" olmttml tlin ilillnrniii'ii linlirimn tlio rovenuo tmiU of Kuropoau countriofl and tho protcctivo tariff Hystom ox tho United Stataft; that in a tfuroponu system articles entering into tlio notuai neoossnrios of lifo and not producod within their country uro tnxod nimply to rniso rovenuo for tlio support of tho government, and tlint many article* produced within tlio country paid no duty. In the United States no article not produced hero was subject to duty, ouch as ton, coUoo, spices, tropical woods, etc. Warming to his subject ho drew n vivid description of tho growth and prosperity of tho country during tlio protection poriod and tho rotrourosidvo conditions in freo trndo periods, calling attontiou to the local ed'oct of protection for tliirtv4wo years, and eichteon months with tho froo trade axo linuging over tho hoads of our people. Mom 1m of enforced idleneis, months of want, digress and horary. Uo said: 'It tho Amorican people send a Democratic majority to tho next Coiigrc.ii it will ncl as an endorsement of tlio attempted tarill legislation, a renewal of the tincertainty of tho last year and an attempt to carry out their platform and inflict entire and complete free trade noon the people. What tho people want is rest. 1'orewarned is to be fotetitinod. I?et tho people stand n" a "olid phalanx for their homei, their families aud'thoir couutry'a prosperity." "IHEV YOU'LL miMK.SIBLR MK." Atleod Saancr Op?i? mi ffb?eli?c fark noU liesr It fnB(. Although there was a great rush (or reservod secti for tbe summer opera ami tbe Masons' online at Wheeling Park oo Thursday and Friday of the present w?ck, tome choice ooe? are still left. Tbe fact of tlio matter is no seat in tbe Ca?ino is a bad seat, for wherever vou are located tbe view of tbe stage is 1 unobstructed. ^ I lhe Masenic outing on Fridav is ( nothing more than a picnic, a day of recreation from the toil and dust of tho I city in the beautiful and uuibracoous ( park, whose natural attractions aro manifold, and to this affair nil friends of the fraternity and tbe public are cordially invited. The occasion will bo enlivened with speeches by orators of ability, interspersed with concerts by tho Opera Homo band. The lady frionds of the fraternity will bo on hand to dUpense a lunch all day in the res- ^ taurant up to 0 o'clock, and from that houruntil 8 p. m. will provide you with j a cold supper for 23 cents. . The chief attractions, of course, will 1 bo the three operatic performances on , Thursday and Friday nights ana Jtriuay matinen, to bo given by the Arion 1 Operu Company, who como to this city i with the bust rocomuiendutiona over given a ?iiui!?r troupe. Thoso who ! assume the principal roles are artists of ( rare ability aud are supported by a strong chorus of trained voices. Thurs- 1 day evening Balfo's "Bohemian Girl" i will be givon and repeated at the matinee Friday. On Friday night the "Chimes of Normandy" will be produced. To accommodate the peoplo in Beliaire, Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry who may mtoud these performances, arrangements havo been made with the electric stroet car lino to have cars in waiting on tho arrival of the motor in , tho city to convey thvm to thoir homoi. Beduced ratos on railroads are an- _ notmced as follow?: The Ohio Biver railroad will soil tickets from Parkersburg to .Moundsville inclusive at two , cents per mile, and tho samo rates will provail on tho Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis road. The Baltimore & Ohio will ?oll ticket# to pnrliea of ten or moro for one-half fare. Plonncr Picnic. The German Pioneer Society picnici to-day nt Wheeling park. This is the annual picnic of the organization and is looked forward to with intorest !>y all who havo over attondod one of their outings. It will bo in tho nature of a grand family reunion, but all who attend will bo treated with tho hospitality for which the Teutonic race is proverbial. Suffered for Twelve Years. OreUlc, (formerly Et^rprtt^yTp/lor ? World's Dispensary Medical association, Buffalo, N.Y.: , Gentlemen?A hc^rt overflowing- with gratitude prompt* me, to writo you. Twelve Iodb wcury yeurs I (v \ Buffered greatgf ly, from Uter\ "J inu l)crangcmcnt and nt mS?rS: cellcnt health. I would, to day, bavo been in my grave, and my Itetlo children inothrrleca, had it uot boon for you and your mcdicinc. I will rocoramend your medicine ua lonjriis I llvo. If any ono doubts thfs, fflvo my name and address. Yours sincerely. Mus. MALV1NA WILSON. Some tilings to romombor,in selecting Wall l'nper: Bluos, grays nnd drabs for sonth rooms; redi, orango and yellows for north rooms; olives, ecrus and old bluei for west rooms; yellows, terra cottn nnd old rose for east rooms. Coino to 1011 Main siroot for idoas. Nut too. I want ovory man nnd woman in tho United Status intorosted in tho Opium and Whisky habits to have ono of my books on these disoasos. Address 13. M. Wooi.ley, Atlanta. Ga., Box !>S0, and ono will bo sent you froe. BAwy CiiA8. R. Goktzs nnd W. W. Irwin, druggists, rocoinmond Johnson's Magnetic Oil, tho great family pain-killor, intornal and Qjctornal. $100 aiza oO conts; 50-cont aizo 25 cents. WORTIHXOTON?On Sutuluy morning. Anipant .is. ltf.il nt Punrlllo, Ky.. Imaiiku wife of ' Jioixl Wortlilntfion un<! Ontiirlitur of Mrs. Matilda nnd the Into A. It. Cuiilw.-ll. Fuucrat from tlio residence of I. It. Molsc. No. i;.G South llroadway, this (Tucidnjr) afteruoou at 4 o'clock. Interment private nt _ Greenwood Cemetery. BHITT?On Monday. Augu?t 27. 1801 nt 11:1/5i? ] Til.. l.tzztK, wife of Hubert V. Urltt, iiffed < yearn und 1 month. Funeral notice hereafter. UNDERTAKING. . LOUIS BBRTSCHY,: (KOtiMi:iu.r op kkkw a maimctt *). Funeral Director ana t Arterial Embalmer, J 1110 Mnln Strent. Knit Slilo. I Cnll? by tolephnno nmworcd dny or night. Storv tolo'photm. t%: rusMcnoo, &?>. m>-.7 AT THE COLUMB EAGLE A THEY LIE-AID S u I 2" II lpljji 53 - ;"tfj S&ty;?. -*' Cs3 ' \t Wc li.ive a number of Wheels, liot K. HO RCAPy-TO-WCAR CLOTH KRAUS f No othor house does, ever did. t * or ever will, sell such sterling * ^ qunlltlteas we Quote. f IN YE OLDEN TIME the ? versal, and all wool clothes wer the rule in our stock of Fashion: there are no exceptions. Noon :eptions to our clothing, becau: criticism in every point, style, n ish. Every suit here is All Woe ilso as well-fitting and durabl them elsewhere in this town, too, because they don't find ther style, it must be the latest to hr COME AND KRAUS 1310 MnrUotSU, the Kin out Clothing an ST1UCT1.V (IKK riUCKTO AI.1 STAR CLOTHIERS?D. ( A MAN,?^ Looking about tho city fa present titao will timl nic build tLiat upon oxumiuai FOUND WITP Not u Krai a of anything in advertUed aa "all-woo!," \ Jcot before Cloth that is into auita juit to fool you traih rinht in the face of t A DOLLAR^tf Will buy rooro of good Bt world ? Wo have uever lu that roruaius tho aatno; b high-class work man i|?, < but lower pricua. Forim $18, woian now soil for$| 'ibit>, thou. i? a real, poait a uiau cau leave IN HIS POCKI We don't do ailow-priced TA P rii\ U. UU1 & 34 and |(ABO flORSI Made right in our own country and i ing prices?$1.00 and $1.25?superior manship to imported goods at twice while fully equal in fit and wearing qu No Brass Eyelets!! Boning will Not Break and Never Pokes Through. Long Waists, Medium Ask Your Dealer for SAVE AND IMPROVE YOl Ono application will instantly am! positively protcci j Ilea, Gnaw, nnJ Iimrts of every kind, improves the op] reretiUTbmh, hoof ami ?kln ulscnMt. It li tbegrvatiwl iinvhict<?|. I'rlro of44 Toruii-ON-Kuias" im-hnllriR brut, ana, FJ..rjO. One callnn will hint four horwfl or cattle nn en 'UEKIEM' BtAMlAn titlMi CO., l'liiln DAEH aONa* UHOCbl.Y ^U.. ojUImj , ! TOP U HA, HARTFORD A LTAIR. STERLir ' THE PROCE M h socoiul-hand anil now, that wo will GE COMPANY,1,lc' ING KRAUa BROS BROS V spinning wheel was unie the rule. Tliey are also ible Suits, a rule, too. which e in this vicinity takes ex;e it is above unfavorable Material. Fit. Cut and Fln>1, like a sheep's fleece, and e. There is nothing like The public like our prices. 11 as low elsewhere. As to ive a place in our stock. SEE US.-^r BROS., U rurnlHhliiK Huiiftf in tli?> Stutr. aUNPUNG & CO. r n Suit of Clothos to suit him nt the >ro choup'uiuae, low-^tudo ClotUiug? ion uro thcui but cotton and ahotlily, although linn hag ovorbeun shown itt thid marabaolutoly worthier for wear i.i nuulo with. Are you being fooIoJ with this ufT than it over would bnforo in the iworud the liijtli standard of our suitd? ut tliu pric?? liaa boon loworod. J*atu? quality and tit, wo have always had, tnnce: Suits wiMised to Hull for $15 and 12 and $15. Just as t?ood nvory way. ivQ saving of ho uiauy dollar*, which business?that is, don't sell trash. 4DLING. 5 CO., 36 Twelfth Street. ITS KABO CQRSBTS: llll't-TTh^ in STOCK BY USING ^ Rccommonded our hows aud catlJo from nnv annovance from varanw of the wul,with fly-tic'*. It compound ?f tlitoiiro?:rwii?ito ?p\ Try it Mid l?? h: Quurl caxii*.51.00; lialf jr;;!.can* fl.Tfi; oiiv^al. itn> M-a.Miti. lU.-warc of UuiuUuah. iiaiiooaly l?y dcljiliia, l*a. . .. joJI.i,;, v. .V,i. uiillrrh.ts ND HICKORY. *!G. issxoiisr? cx; cr^ g Q f s ^ \\%0k ~ t3 A ij u 1\w ?H &^r., -p .' rf?nP'- C*J-J sell at greatly reduced price.;. CCI.K IIRAlMJlWUTEltS, 1113 MARKET Sn-iiiliT.