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MIR WEEK B?BG?MWS-3TONC 4. THOMAS.
FAIR WEEK BARGAINS.
twrare 1r? fVift rltu* Wffll flfP Invited tO COfTlS 3tld ITlflkP
wuaugvi J iii wiiw IM. ... --? __
our store your headquarters. While you are here look over
the inducements ye make for you to trade with us.
iJO pieces celebrated Atlantic F Cashmere, all colors, 36-inch wide,
never retailed less than 2gc. Fair week price 19c.
100 pieces celebrated Atlantic FF Gnshmert, 36-Inch wide, regular retail
price 38c. Fair week price 25c.
75 pieces 40-inch wide strictly All-Wool Henrietta Cloth, regular value
50c. Fair week pries 36c.
40 pieces 38-inch wide strictly All-Wool Novelty Fall Suiting, imported
to retail at 75c. Fair wee* price SOc.
35 pieces Faille Gros Grain, Armure and other weaves of 24-Inch wide
Black Silks, regular value g 1 35 and JSi 50. Fair week price 98c.
4; pieces Printed Indfa Silk, regular value 40, 45 and 50c. Fair week
25 pieces Body Back Tapestry Bnussels, regular value'65c. Fair week
48 pieces Higgen's extra quality Tapestry Brussels Carpets, regular
. value 8oe; fair week price 66c.
62 rolls extra heavy Union Flowered Carpets, regular value 40c and 50c;
fair week price 29c and 36c.
45 rolls best All-Wool Extra Super Ingrain Carpets made, regular value
75c; fair week price 59c.
2,500 Window Shades, mounted on best spring rollers; fair week
?D07?fBSTrC DRY GOODS.#
36-ineh wide Unbleached Muslin at 31c.
80 Domet Outing Flannel at 3Jc.
8c 40-inch Unbleached Sheeting at 45c.
9-4 Unbleached Seamless Sheeting at 121c.
Oil Red Figured Prints at 3Jo.
Toilet Toweling Crash at.21o.
Lonsdale pleached Muslin at 61c.
Ladies' Choice Bleached Muslin at 61c.
Cheviot Sheeting at 4e.
CDE A T 1 Wo are Solo Aironta in Whoaling for tboColobratod BUTOrEl^lAL!
TERICK'8 PATTERNS. Metropolitan Faahion Shoot
for Soptombor now hero. It can bo bail (too by calling at our ?toro.
CLOAHS?GEO. M. SNOOK \ CO
$5 to $75.
Unequaled Lines and Values from $10 to $15.
With such a stock?every one of them fresh from
the best makers?no, need to look further, either
in or out of the city.
T?TTD f S DIPQ w'th ^u" c'rcu'ar sweep covering
5^ till iJniLiU more than thrice their length, are
- Ui viz A here jn a groat range 0f siy|es antj
rim moimnno are cordlallylnvlted to Inspect theLARGEST
r Aln * IM10no b^se^ stocks, n*
SNOOK & CO.'S,
1114 MATN STREET, 'IIIBOUGH TO 1115 MARKET.
Cloak Room on first tloor at rear of Nos, 11 io and i i 12 Main Street.
FUNERAL 01 RECTORS.
G MENDEL 4 CO.,
. UK 1UIS iter,
Promot Attontlon Day or Night.
Aon Telephone. Vo a 0. ?4 IteiJfi'f
R?ltWooe TelgfrOO'Hl I. r'.^i
omcci Not. S6 und ?7 Fourf-^rith Wwft
Strain Boaio?M CollagwFor
Flnt Pn><brt?rUia Church.
wtuMHi? id wrrow mw
Lift of Letters Hemslnln# In the Poatoffloo.
UooUlmod Exprem Peclufes-Adai&j Expraa
Fourth Street X. E. Cborcb.
8t Matthews Cbuwb.
LM'a Exoeltlor Biking Powder.
Pare Waer?Bwlnj Brot.
A. 0. D. W. Grand Mam Meeting
Wheeling Cooservfttory of Mtwlo
Pittsburgh Exposition?tkcoad Pxgo.
Kill ArnraU Hxrllaud Ckluo?I. O. Dillon <fc
Inrtructlon laMuilc-ProL Schocker.
Public Bcboou-titautOD'a Old City Hook
school Books?U U. Qalmby.
Bcbool Books and Supplies?Csrlo Bros.
We hi**** the ex?lus1?? sale off the orlo.
brnted IMPKOVKU HTANDAUD PATTKK.VS,
which is the cheapest and mutt
reliable pattern In the market.
WHKEMNO PAJtK TO-MOKHOW.
To thU beautiful and popular wort
(Wheeling's Pride) many utt met toon h?vu
been added, tbe most prominent being the
Concert Hall and Casino, now being built.
Concert at titSO p. in. by tbe renowned
Opera Houae Orclientru.
F1r*t-clun?- mcftU and refreshments
Ico Cream from tbe Parh'i own dairy.
Tbe Wheeling A Elm Orove railroad
leave every hour and the fare hu* beeu reduced
to aflc for tbe ronnd trip, including
Tso.Plu and Picnic partiesshould secure
accommodations In advance br tclephono,
602-1, or by applying to Col. August Bolt,
FOR BTVLE AND SATISFACTION
Call and cxuniluo our large and handsome
tock ot Foreign and Domestic Woolons,
procured exclusively by our agent for the
lino merchant tailoring trade.
Our assortment, of Fall Ovorcoattutrs,
Ktiltlnua. Tvuuaorlnc* nnd Fancr Vostlai:*
uuequalod, und ocnbrttolntf evory novelty.
We jpiaruntoo Ut, and rnuKo prices to suit
A fall line of GonU' Furntuhlugs?"new
100 dozen of our colobrntod SSo Xlalf
Uunn ufiiln reeolvtd.
The popular t lijhuiU> Shirt a loader.
All Knit Wool Jacket* for tolo by u? only.
0. 1IESS & sons,
Fine Till lor- and Gooti* Furnisher*, 1331
and 1393 Market ntfoot,
LOO ALBKEVXTI ca
Blatter* of Minor aloment In uud About
Matinee at tho Grand to-day.
The Gbawd thii evening?"The Police
Thk nine-inch mill at tho iEtnoStandard
la ofl on aocoant of tho ehortuao
Rain fell for fifteen or twenty minotos
yesterday afternoon, but so gontly
that it did not even wot tho dust.
Ik the pollco court yesterday thoro
woro oloven cases. Two paid flnefl, ono
was flont to the hill and the other eight
wero all dismissed.
A powEn-of uttornoy was yestorday
Clod with Clerk Hook frotn tho Ilotno
Protective Building and. Loan Association
to 6. G. Smith.
Yb8tbday Squire GilloBpy fined 0. G.
Bradford $1 and costs, and requirod
. - ? j ern i. jl.
mm (0 givo uuuu 1U o;u vu aos^i vuu
poaco /of six months.
Hon. J. W. Nicuola and Hon. J. 6.
Cochran will bo tho orators at tbo
Emancipation celebration at the Stato
Fairgrounds on Sopt. 22.
David Evangel, (Prof. D. W. Browor),
will proach to-morrow at Odd Fellows'
Ilall at 3:80. Subject, "Threo
lieasons Why I Preach In Wheeling."
Seats froe, all welcome.
An official notice in another column
of this morning's papor annoaucos that
a grand maaa meeting of the A. 0. U.
w. will be held in the Now Temple, corner
Market and Twelfth stroet, this
evening at 8 o'clock in tho interest of
securing an indopendont jurisdiction for
Lieut. Gaus last ovening lockod up
Barnoy Bradoyaa a plain drunk, and
Officer Carney put in H. F. Rlblett on
the antno chargo. Ofllcor Wost run in
Ban Mahonoy for abuao of Mrs. Lona
Slosflor. Tho two disorderly joclcovs
from tho fair grounds wore tbo only
other arrests till laio last night.
An omployo at tho Riverside was
fltrnck on tho hond bv a larco sloduo
hammer, toaring tho flesh /rorn tho
flkull in front and from tho upncr part
of tho faco, causing ono of tho worst
wounds over rocoivod in tho factory.
Dr. L. Egkoy was callod to attond birn
and hopoa for hie rocovory.
Tiibhb will bo o trustoc'a salo In front
of tho court houao at 10 o'clock this
morning of some roul estate, near Caldwell's
run. and lomo personal property,
including a horso, wagon, buggy,
harnoai, alolgli, butchora' Impiemonts
and an organ, tho property of F. L.
Gebring, an advortisomont of which
will bo found in another colnmn.
In Llou of tlio Ferry.
Tho Wheeling Island Perry Company
has secured tbo pontoon bridge which
haw apannod the river at the foot of
Twelfth atroot this week, and it will bo
romoved to tho forry alto and bo roady
for oporation not lator than noon today.
I.tuttly XuMtttutn Op?ntng.
Tho Linsly Tnstitnto will opon tho
fall torni of its oighty*flrat vear next
Monday, Soptumbor 10. This school
offers suporior advantaeoB to young
mon who desiro a thorough acadoinic
oducation, and to thoto who wish to
proparo thomaelvos for ontranco to college.
Tho advantages of military drill
and instruction in physical culturo in
this school aro of incalculable bonotlt to
tho scholars, and for which tho iuatituto
is admirably oquipped.
Tim llfmlern llonutjr
Thrives on good food and sunahino,
with plenty of oxorclso in tho opon air.
Her form clows with health and hor
face blooms with its beauty. If hor aystorn
noods tho clonualng action of a laxativo
romody, alio uses tho pontlo and
ploasant liquid laxativo Syrup oi Figs.
E mshei mer' s
had tho big trade this weok. Our special
linos of 30c and f>0c Dross Goods do
tho work. II. Eumiiimmkk,
II nil (line Outlook Ilrlgtit.
A great many people who havo boon
paying rent all tliolr livos aro taking
advantngo of tho help oflorod by the
Mutual Gorman Savings and Loan As
? -J lll.tM hm ?t tlmi.
auciniiun duu I'uiuux uj? nu?>"? ? ??>?
own. Coat it but vory llttlo now than
ront mid tlioro'a n wonderful comfort in
having your own homo. Cull or Bond
lor information, 801 and 302 I'oabody
Children Cry for
"ON TO PITTSBURGH."
The Local O. A. R. PoodIo Gettlne
Ready for Encampment
AT THE SMOKY CITY NEXT WEEK.
ilolllday Po? Will Dccldo Upou an
I Offlclal Road at Its Meeting Tonlgbt?A
Ilot Fiffbt on Qotwcon tbo
Baltimore & Ohto and Pennsylvania
Linov?Woinou'a Relief Corps Guru j
by tbo Pan*llaittllo, |
To-morrow, Monday and Tuesday it
will bo Mon to Pittsburgh" with the
G. A. XL boys and tbo otbor olliod
veterans' organizations. Although
thoro has boon much dliiatiilaction
among tho old soldiers in regard to the
railroad traffic organization refusing to
give them as good a rate as has been
given in the post to otbor and not
nearly so largo or important organizations,
the boys in blue are roundlug
up in great numbers in tho dotermina*
tion to attend tbo Pittsburgh encamp*
ment of the Grand Army, which com*
Tho light betweon the two railroads,
Pennsylvania and Baltimore & Ohio, for
tho patronago of tho old soldiors la very
bitter, and results in almost every concession
being mado oxcept tho ono
wantod?-a lowor rate, which cannot bo
obtained without tho unanimous consent
of tho traffic association.
The Women's ftolief Corps of thostato
has already choeon tho Pennsylvania
lino, and will loavo early In the week on
a special train provided by tho road.
To-night Holliday Post, G. A. It, will
moot to docido which road it will go to
tho oncampmont on, and tho indications
aro that tho mooting will be a
breeav ono, as tho post is dividod into
two hostilo camps, ono favoring the
Baltimore & Ohio and tho olhor wanting
tho Pan-Handle. Thoso who want
to go ovor tho lattor road aro citing the
hard work dono by Gonoral Passenger
Agent Ford in his oflort to securo a
lowor rate for tho old soldiors, and prodict
that his road will bo chosen.
Tho Baltimore & Ohio has boon
choeon tho official road by tho Dopart
mont of West Virginia ofllolala and
many who como from tho interior via
Wheeling will go through on that lino.
Many poets that como up tbe Ohio
Kivor road will continue on tho PanUandlo.
Passoneor Agont Tomllnaon
eaya arrangomonte liavo already boon
concluded by a number of partiea from
tho lower end of tho atato to go ovor tho
Pan-Handle. A paiaengor man in
town yeatorday said that Wheeling's
post will bo probably tho last ono to
choso its lino, the othora everywhere
having alroady made their dociaione.
A FINE UNDERTAKING WAGON.
One of tho Greatest Exhibits at tlio State
fair this Week.
Ono of (bo handsomoafc exhibits on
the State Fair grounds thia week was
to be found in tho uppor ond of tho
macliinory hall. Hero tbo firm of G.
Ed. Mendel & Co. had on exhibition
tbo Crat undertaking wagon of its Kind
over soen bora Tho wagon is painted
black throughout. The bed of the
wagon is entirely enclosed and is made
into a rocootaclo for tho caskot.and
undertaking outfit. Tho wagon through'
out is a modol of lightness andstrongth.
It was tho chiof attraction during the
fair "&raong tho light vohiclos. It ia
ono of tho first built in tho country.
1020 Blntn Street?Ono Prlco Cloak, Notloo
und runny Guoilit Store.
Wo will opon for business to-day with
an ologant lino of Cloaks, Notions and
Fancy Goods, Gents' Furnishings;
small woare, and everything pertaining
to Ladies' and Children's wearing apparel
and houso furnishings. Wo will
conduct a strictly Ono Prlco business,
and ondeavor to placo baJoro the public
at all times Choico Morctiaudiuo at
lowest possible prices.
Botweon 8 and 11 a. m. to-day wo will
aell 200 dozen Ladios' Fast Black Soainless
IIoho, tho 20c quality, at lie per
pair; 200 10-4 ChonilJo Covers at 48c;
worth $1. Botweon 2 and (J p. m. 100
dozen Gonte' 50c Black and Fancy Neck
Tios at 24c; 50 dozen 75c Unlaundned
Shirts at 44o.
Hoping to be favorod with your pat*
ronago, wo are yours,
1020 Main stroet.
L. 1. C.
^ Wo aro ^propurod to^nmmire uniforms
no aulo. Cliovrou* for noii.coiumU?lono?l
oflloora on tale.
I). OUNDL1NO & CO.,
wan 34 and .'10 Twelfth Htreot.
Pnnoo Fall weight Capos and
Vw*a[JCD.jRckota fit half prico.
Eubiikiubr'b, Elovonth atroet.
Attention, Umly Cndut Cor pi.
Having recently connected with our
largo merchant tailoring oatablishmont
u dopartmont for tho manufacture of
uniform^ wo nro confident that wo onn
quoto lower prices and give you bettor
natiafaotion than over boforo uttomptod
in Whooling. Our goods nro all cuatom
mado, and a perfect (It in each aud
ovary caao guaranteed.
Our prico, which !? $13 50 a suit for
tho boat quality of goods, dotios competition.
Suits with knoo trousers $12 50.
Call and wo will tako grout pleasure in
showing you goods and attondiug to
Morton C. Stout A Co.
John U Kino, Managor.
Undor McLuro llotiso.
? ,.QC Fall weight Capon and
v^dpeb. Jacketi at half price.
Kmsiieimkk'?, Gloventh stroot.
Tun Pan-Handlo Dyeing ostabltah*
tnont, owned by John Hollmoior, at No.
1431 Markot atroet, is tho boat cnuipnod
house of its kind in Whooling. In audi
World butera, to everybody
aayi who Iuto trlod tho Stanloy
Combination BoyB' Buita,
and ther know a thing or two.
Think of a flno. Ail-Wool,
Doubio-Broaatod Child's Huit,
gn* J tn IK K/IDH W1 ?)< airtra
II}*.'" T IW 1W >VBIO| "nil ? ? pants,
oxtrn buttons and Stan|
ley Cap at $5 00. Right Id fit
I Right in atylo. Right in workwanibip.
Risht in prioo.
Furthor argument la unnecessary.
To aeo it is to buv it.
Vou will bo doing yonreeif as
well aa yoar boy aa Injustice
if yon bay a suit nnywhore uutil
yon haveflrtt soon onr titan*
loy Combination OutQta.
Children's Short Pants Suits.
We'vo solved tho mystery.
We've met tho crying need for
clothes that con outwit a buyer'fl
carelessness. Tho tiandow
Suit, tho best Bait on earth.
rondo with double sent, double
boat linen thread, nnd a now
eait for every onotbatwill rip.
Will give you more service
than any youever bought Wo
havon't bod to ruovo tbo prices
any, either. It wa? a case of
"must," and wo got there. We
start to mark them at tho very
lowest level that satisfactory
value con bo found, and stop
tho minute tho Inst virtuo baa
A new ship built
ail modern impro
rienced captain 2
can have faith,
built expressly f
house, well Ugh:
worth of old stoc
bought for cash a
clothing man, wl
study of the cloth
ed by salesmen
In such a house
shall be our aim tl
placed. We will
tion to tho dyeiun and cloaaing dapartniontn
a corpa of Urat-claaa tallora arc
employ od, who can do repair!tifj aa noat
oh it is poaaiblo. Clothes and ladioa'
garraonta, cleaned or dyod, ran bo mado
to look liko now. Satisfaction guaranteed.
( /;,!BORbj tlis OnljrBclontlflo o'iitloUubt
WO Mliu Slrcck Ni'Ct Uuor 10 foook A Co.
READY, BOYS, Rt
STACY, ADAMS &
REDUCED FK03I $G T(
l'rmch Cnlf, Knntl Srwwt, from
8 to *. Hntnnt Luiatlicrtf from *?i
Jiiat 91 on Bvory pair.
JEHWEOR-M. J. MTftODEN.
kin ens, Eti
Only ono wook moro bcfirt?
opens to #et ready in. You'll Law to^j
bout it tbeeouoxt six days iu dowcri^j
The boyi* eyoa will stick out as bis u m
cers when they seo the great hlph pUet oi
good!09 we've got for their comfort uuti cjv.
erlng. It's LOOKB that captures the Up.
QUALITY that wins tho parents.
olid on both aidoa. Boys arc not tto lent
bit particular. You uiuat have bOLlD
WORTU In acbool clotbea, or thov *:lj jocc
come to Rriof. Wo atood on tho ahoaMcri J
our achiovomontB of laatycar and roachcifor
all tho improvements that hud bcoa ujjJ^
You won't bavo to como up after them.
We Have Brought Them Down
To (he Same Old Prices ?
That's bow wo proRrosn. It'? tho nullity
that i;ota abuad; tho cost itandj ntllL yoo
don't know Ju?t what you want, tburo li
ovorvthing horo that it worth havluc. Let
tho stock talk to you. If Booing Is beliovLg,
SEEING WILL BE BUYING. In this ca*>
tho argument of facta is convincing.
With every Butt wo give you one of th?
greatest wondors of tho ago, tho groat Multiform
Combination Top. You can mako it do
almost anything but talk. You can spin it
in midair, make it wulk the tight-ropo, te
iact, huudroda of waya to make it spin. 55
in gold to the boy or girl spinning it the In;
by Octobor 4.
The Only Strictly Ona-Prlce House In
FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STS.
. t If l.i i ll . ril 3 ...ILL.
oi ma latest pattern, iutea up wiui
ivements, manned by an old, expeind
crew is a vessel in which you
This is our case exactly. A store
or a first-class, modern clothing
ted and ventilated. Not a dollar's
!<. Everything new and bright and
it low tariff prices. An experienced
io has devoted a life-time to the
ling business, is at the head, assistwho
are well knowp in Wheeling,
you can place confidence, and it
liat such confidence will not be mistreat
you right?depend upon it
:ADV 1?THE HUB CLOTHIERS.
HIRTS! UNDERWEAR! J
NECKTIES. COLLARS. i
SOCKS. SUSPENDERS. J
HATS. UMBRELLAS. J
rgest Stock! Latest Styles! Lowest Prices! \
cFadden's One-Price Store,!
CHEAPEST STORE IS WHEELING,
20 AND 1322 MARKET STREET. ^
tow* ?|tnn until 11 p. m. f III* wnak. ^
tC? LOCKE & CO?
i frft to ?4. u?<iiul"0 Kuniffiroo, llitnil Hrwr l, from
5 to 4. If you tnka iirivantiiftn of ttil? cat you ?*??