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Yot sent for samples of 411tfool
Colored Henriettas, 40 inches
''Browns, Tans, Groys and
Black?good slmdos, and we'll
l?avo you to decide if you'vo
, over soon tlioir equal at almost
double tbo price.
All:Wooldoublo width plain
ruth CdlHnrf? UnAiirn r?nnan
U1UIU OUIllUJjJ?- UiVlTII, (JIUOH,
navy and tun?
All. Wool Black and Naij Storm
Serga?the sort that sheds dust
and dirt, enduring wear and
tear of travel, and general
wear in a way that surprises
the wearer?44 inches wide,
Handsome Black Mohair and
Wool SalttQgS?stylish widewnlo
and Natte weaves?splendid
quality, good weight, good
black, exceptional valuo, 60
A Broadcloth story the like
of which you've never heard,
and when you see and know
the facts, wo believe you'll say
so ? Broadclotll assortments,
every piece of which was imported
from best foreign man
ufacturers?from first hands in
every instance?no middlemen
s profit to add to customer's
cost?all choicest shades
from delicate tan, nilo and
other evoning shades to every
staple color on the fashionable
list?beautiful quality, soft,
glossy finish, firm, close weave
?examine the "nap," feel the
weight and body to these
Broadcloths as compared with
others for which you're asked
60c to $1 more, and tell us
what you think of This Broidcloth
Offering?$2. $2 50 and 53 goods
with all the above important
strong points of merit, 62 and
64 inches wide.
Write Oar Mall Order Dept. for
Simples of these and other merchandise
in piece and learn
where you can save time and
money in shopping by mail.
Penn Afe.and Plfth SL. Pittsbar^.
BTATIOKBBY, BOQgfl, ETC.
A Urit* aaaortment of Booka, Rlbl??,
Genuine Oxford Hlblai, HymnaU,
Calendars, Deak Cloclu, ale.
Toy*, Waj(i>ne, Yelocipodei, Hobby
Iloriea, Sboofly Horaet, 111?ck
Boards, Deaka, Dolli, Doll Furniture,
Tinnka and Carriagee.
A variety ol other articlai Bulla*
bit lor proMnti.
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llrmn* C. H. OUIMBY,
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Dillon, Wheat & Horn her Co.
or Wo *%ol| Qlnmnntl*.
AUCTION SALE OP STOCKS!
W* will nfht f??r mI-i at lh? fruit 'loot of the
Cdmi lldiitn in (Hil??roiini/. yf Vn.. mi
HAtfffiiMY. hwwwniw ft. 1*3,
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SIMPSON A HAZLBTT,
*<X nil MAIIKKTtfTltKlir
tuH-l*. tftotkii InVMtiMflUiii't fmuMOot
lutcrcatiiiK Meeting cil the Ohio
Viilloy Labor Assembly.
THE OFFICERS' ANNUAL REPORTS
Wrro l?rcst?lfti nml Adapted-l'rcaldut I
HUry'i II* port Is au H>ImiiUIv? ami
Able Pujisr- IulcrMlluc Facts Culled
From (Horrtury MalUbury't U()>srt-CMl
May lie I'ird at the Water Works Moon.
A Mill** lutt-r I'atr lias llrrii Proposed.
Olltsr lluaturss Trail tattrd.
Ye?terUny afternoon tho Ohio Valley
Trades and Labor Assembly, the local
representative labor organisation, met
In regular bi-monthly session. Thoro
was a very small attendance of deleR:it?,
a bare quorum, all of. the overthe-rivor
delegates being compelled to
remain at tlnjlr homes. President Riley
was absent, so the chair wax occupied
by Vice President Tight*. "Old UcllaHo"
Tom Salisbury couldn't come over
the river, so his absence was recorded
for the tlrst time In years. In his
stead ex-President Richard Robertson
was at the desk.
Delegate Jen- Mead, of tho miners'
union, spoke of the fact thut a boycott
still exlits agalmit certain non-union
coals. As there Is an Improfflon abroad
thut one of these coals Is no longer
boycotted, the miners had Issued a
neat four-page paper calle-l the "Howe
Labor Advocate," In which union coul
firms are Hated.
The West Virginia legislative* committee
reported that tho differences between
It and the city water hoard had
been satisfactorily settled. This refers
to the effort of the Trades Assembly
and coal miners' organization to secure
the use of coal in the city water
works pumping station In the place of
natural gaa. The minors' union, when
bringing the matter to the atteutlon
of the assembly some time ago, made
the assertion thut local mined coal cau
be used In the pumping station at a
much lowor cost than gas. The matter
baa been brought before tho water
board and the rosult has been sotlsfactory
action by the board. A new
battery of boilers Is to bo put up at
the pumping station within the coming
ninety days and a thorough trial of the
relative cost of gas and coal made. The
cheaper fuel Is then to be adopted permanently.
The miners believe this to
be a practical victors*, as there Is no
doubt of the lesser cost of coal compared
with the gas fuel.
A communication from the local
butchers' union was presented. It complains
that several Wheeling butchers
have men In their employ who do not
belong to the union. The assembly referred
the matter back to the butchers'
union, with the suggestion that It take
all possible steps to adjust the difficult)-.
A number of bills were ordered pftld,
amounting to and the secretary's
bill for S'.'S W wan paid.
A communication from the New York
Garment Workers was read. It roft-rs
to the oonvlct-madc garment question
which has occupied attention ut recent
meetings of the assembly, and says
that one of tho "soob" firms has come
Into the union ranks.
Tho amendment to tho constitution
Introduced by President Rllcy two
weeks ago, making It possible for officers
of the assembly to succeed themselves,
came up for action, but was
ruled out of order by Vice President
Tlgh-\ t As there was no appeal from
the decision, this settles the matter.
Mr. Tiu'he gave exhaustive reasons for
Mr. Tlghe'j resolution giving to the
Philadelphia trolley car strikers the
sympathy of tho Ohio Valley Trades
and Itabor Assembly, praying that the
employes act honorably and hoping
that a speedy rettlemenc be made, was
President Riley's resolution that delegates
to be ollgible must be a member
or mo irnae or proression an wen as or
the local union, was adopted.
The annual report of President W.
H. Riley wss listened to with Interest
It I* Riven In full elsewhere. On motion
the report was received and filed.
Tho annual report of Secretary
Thomas V. Salisbury wan read by Acting
fiecretay Robertson. The receipts
during the three years amounted to
$3,433, principally from hall rent and
labor celebration*. Expenditures during
the past three years were as follows:
Outside donations, 199; local donation
In aid nf strikes, eta, $577; committee
work, $5&8; printing and advertising,
1320; ront. flalarles, repairs, etc.,
93.183; Incidental expenses, $175; total
expenditures. $3,712; excess of expenditures
over receipts, $279. Thero has
been a decreaso ?>r expenses In all doRartavnts
??xc*pt In conducting the
nil. which had considerably Increased.
This Is caused by the fact that recently
the hall has not been self-sustaining,
many local unions having discontinued
using the hall for their meetings. At
the beginning of the year K local
unions were represented and 7 were
added udrlng the year; 19 trades are
represented: fi locals have censed to
attend for no assigned reason.
Continuing, Secretary Salisbury's report
says that the following locals Were
represented at every session during the
yctir: ironworuers' no. h, minors' wo.
146. Cnn^nters* Now. 3 and 14, Clgarmakers'
No. 172 and Coopers' No. 27.
Tin* following delegates were perfect
In attendance during the year: Donahue.
of the miners; Darby, of the ^?arnold
Assembly, clgarmakers; 1'thman,
of the wagon makers; Salisbury* of
the carpenters: Williams, .of the steel
workers. Those who mlsr.ed tfiree
meetings: Farrell. of the painters; Riley,
of the clgnrniokers; Robertson nnrt
Sims, of the printers; Tlghe, of the
Ironworkers. Upon examination of the
roll, the general attendance Is found
not no good as In previous yen s, being
a fall-ofr of nearly five per oont Tht
average attendance was an members.
Thn report was received and tiled.
Mr. Robertson moved that President
Riley's recommendation that the annual
assembly labor day celebration
be changed permanently to the national
labor day. the llrs Monday In September,
be adopted. Mr. urognn thought
the matter should be left so that the
assembly could use Its discretion next
summer and ovnde n conflict with some
other amusement event. Mr. Robertson
was In favor of letting other people
do the "evading" In the future;
even should the *i?0 labor eefobratlon
conIIlet with the Htnte Fair, lie was
sutlsfled the assembly would not lose
by It. Finally the motion was referred
to the various local unlona for oonsld*
eratlon and report.
The mntter of mld-Wlnter entertain*
ment. ball or fiilr, under the auspices of
the assembly, was brought up by Delegate
(JptKan, and wan thn cause of a
general discussion. In which sentiment
was In favor of an entertainment this
winter, it fair being thought preferable,
A fair held n-v ml yearn ago netted
n protlt of H.ftMi. The matter will como
up for drcMon at the next meeting of
PHMIDWT JIILKY'8 ANNUAL
Report fa tlir Trsdt % Aimmtily la n Very
Ttioic. titfnl I'nprt-,
The minimi report of I'reHdiMit A'.
If. lilloy, i' U'1 mi ynnif>rdAV'ii r??**lim of
111 Ohio Vfltley TfldN and Iapot
wmMy, wan im follow*!
"Ohm Vi?ll' y Triulin nml tabor
"ni'JNTMCMICNAn thin In ttlO lilt
m hiiI"r me"lltir of thin nnimbly for
IIiIh l"fin. 1 vnll niy?"lf nf tlio oppnr*
(unity tMi wpm-HM my *lti?'rh? HiiiiiIh for
Hi" lilii'l nml connl'li'iui'tiMiitnfi'
ynu irnvn im* dtirlwr my Imiii of war*
vji'o, mid "l Hi" if* tun tlmi* i?f? r In ii
l.riff \vny in iln' wink nlrondy n^com*
|>llfh??l niol lli?' |i"mhIIiIII!I''m of II" fn?
11111<: iiInm lo mitkn initio HtlfticRtlottl
which I lo'iM- ntir miocrMori will norl*
i tlii' i<11 noiih w hli li 111m| !i rd (ho in III
Inutoi's of the movement which culminated
In the organisation of the 'Ohio
Valley Trades and J*bor Assembly*
no\eral years ago, sllli confront uh, demonstrating
the necessity for renewed
vigilance ou our part.
On* of the reasons Is the unfair relation
capital boars to labor. To overromo
thin evil we are banded together;
tar mission Is tu unite and strengthen
the weak and oppressed' 10 tnsplro
conQdouce, courage ond hope; to de
mi mid u voire in determining mi question#
wheielu lubor becomes a factor;
to tfUind ii4 an arbiter for the oppressed
and a menace to thu oppressor.
TUs VimHi Work.
Tho good work already accomplished
by thin assembly fully determines ttiu
wisdom und necessity for its continued
existence. At the commencement of
this term the conditions which confronted
tlift working ojasnen were simply
appalling, calculated to try men's
souls; a time of general stagnation
uf business ull over the country, In
fact all ovsr the world. Distrust ami
lack of confidence prevailed in ovury
branch of trade, Invaded the ranks of
organized labor, scattering the weak
and severely testing the Strength of tho
utrong, a time when organisation and
co-operation would suygeHt to the
thinking mind their adoption as tho
bett medium through which desired results
might be secured. Notwithstanding
thin adverse condition of affairs, 1
am giud to be able to congratulate you
und through you the worklngmen, you
represent, that through co-operation
we have been able to tuccessrully combat
and frustrate tho combined efforts
of capitalists, corrupt Judgos and legislators
In their their uttempts to overthrow
und destroy organisation among
the working classes. Wo have for the
purpose of souring the enactment ot
ii..ft..r laws. thno after time annealed to I
Loth of the loading political purlieu,
being misled by their oft repeated promines
to legislate in tho Interest of the
people. We have assisted In the election
of monitors of our own organisation
to legislative positions only to find
them pledged and governed by the political
party to which they were attached,
instruments In the hands of designing
politicians to thwurt the ends
for which they were selected. In view
of our past experience and observation
1 would suggest that we as an organisation
keep aloof from all political
entanglements until suoh time as .we
can nominate and elect men independent
of the present existing parties;
that time will arrive Just when we have
manhood enough to break away from
party enthrallment and unite as workingmen
Wo occupy to-day a position, ao far
as relates to trades represented and
number of delegates, something ahort
of what prevailed when adverse conditions
came upon us. With evidenoo
of returning prosperity comes corresponding
restoration of confidence. Organizations
that have lapsed are reorI
gnnlslng, new aasoclntluns are knocking
for admission; everything Indicates
! a general revlvul of that character and
I spirit which guarantees and will secure
to us all of the rights, benefits
and privileges due the working classes
| of this great country. This, in addition
to having passed through the past
I year maintaining our organization,
I tomlng out with renewed oonfidenco in
I our ability and tho Justness of our
cause, are all subjects for congratula|
During this term we have nettled
many perplexing dinicultles. averted a
number of threatened strikes and demonstrated
the wisdom of declining to
resort to a boycott only as a last resort,
1 would suggest thut appeal to that
method to settle troubles which may
arise be less frequent hereafter.
Much of the success which has attended
our efforts during the past year
phould bo credited to the standing committees.
composed of conservative, sensible
mon, and their work has invariably
brought satisfactory results, and to
the Incoming president 1 would say
much depends upon the careful selection
of standing committees, particularly
the arbitration committee.
I would respectfully recommend the
enactment of a law more clearly defining
the Qualification necessary to en- '
title a delogate to become a member of 1
this assembly. The present law permits
a member of any trade to not as a
representative of any other trade. This, ,
In my opinion, should not be, except in i
mixed assemblies. Then the delegate
should be an active member of the assembly
in question. I also believe It i
would be to the best Interests of the assembly
to change Article IV, Section 1, i
making It possible for certain ofilcera to
succeed themselves by a majority vole
or the assembly.
I would suggest that our annual La- i
bor Day celebration .be hereafter held i
upon the day sot aside an National
You will notice In the report of our
secretary that our expenses in the last
three yean have been greater than the
receipt*, and that the receipts from the
main source through which we derive
revenue Labor Day celebration, have
fallen off each year, forewarning um of
the necessltyofpracticing greater economy
or providing other means through
which to replenish our treasury. In
view of tho fact that our finances
through liberal distribution and Iscreased
current expense* are likely to
bocome exhausted before our annual
I^abor Day celebration. I would suggest 1
to those who succeed us the advisability
of appointing a committee of ways
and means to arrange for n series of
locturos or a mid-winter entertainment
of some kind to avert the Imposition of
a per capita tax upon the locals.
I wish before closing to acknowledge
the obligations wo are under to the representatives
of the press for the assistance
they have rondered us in ndvanc- 1
Ing tho welfare of the assembly and
those whom wo represent. Their assoclntlon
with up has been of such a
pleasant and profitable character as to
warrant the warmest expressions of
In conclusion 1 again thank you
and bespeak for my successor a continuance
of thd support and respect
you so kindly gave mo.
W. H. Ill LET.
Kill ml by n Trnlti.
PjHclal ftlfpatoli to tho lntelllir?neer.
BTEnUENVlMiK. Ohio, Deo. -21Abrnhum
Iloyd, a colored employe at
Itloomflrld tunnel, pu the Pan-Handle,
which I* bflflV wldonrrl, foil off a westbound
frolght uhout ft o'clock thin
tnornlnir and the wheeln pagied over hln
h*ad. killing him ln?tnntly. lie war returnlnK
from thli city and hud been
drlnklnit, and when the earn started
after Mopping at "fin" Cabin, went of
thin city, on tho Pan-Handle, the Jerk
ECZEMA, TfcT I fcn.
Tuko Your Wlfo
on?of ttinw?<Imndmun* ttoMftill PtMfllntM.
Tli 7nr?>n<yniffov*llhiwcMwn of p?yil?r.
throw blin off tho bumper*. Ho wo*
twuntyooo you in of age, uiirnari S.J,
anil hlH home wan at Knoxvlllc, Tcnu.
IBB BILL 3IOWED.
Voueznrlan Mm?urr Hl?i?e4 tty Prcsklrut
CI* vela ml.
WASHINGTON, I"). C.. DKC. 32.?The
l'mridcnt tlgmnl the Venezuelan cowinlfenlon
resolution at 3:25 o'clock yesterday
uft< moon, and It U therefore a
Although theru were many callero at
the white? hou^o, the President declined
to receive anyone save three members
of til cabinet, .11 ? ?.?! a. oincy, uariwio
and Herbert, each of whom spent Home
tlmo with the President. lieforc he
went to the white house. Secretary
Olney saw Senator LodKo and llepreBoauUveH
JtfcCreary, of Kentucky, and
Dltanmore, of Arkuusas. There Is every
Indication thut the Prealdent will proceed
Immediately to the selection of the
commission to locato the Venezuelan
In view of the grout importance of the
work to be dlchurged by this oommbblon,
It Is said thut the President will
endeavor to secure ithe service* an
members of men of the highest character
and ability. It Is Intimated that, In
view of the fact that the work la Home
respects may be of u technical nature,
there may be on the liut the iiume of
un army ongineer officer, or a nuvul
There Is also a probability that It may
be ueoowary for the commission to
visit Madrid and the Hague In order to
obtain access to tho ancient official records
of the Spanish and Dutch claims
Inherited by Great tiritaln and Venesuela.
The state department has been Informed
by some persons of repute who
have made u study of the subjuct that
there in good ground tor the belief-that
upon careful Kcrutlny the claim of Venexuela
In tho territory lu dispute on
the border will be found to bo without
solid foundation, and lhat tho commission
will bo obliged to And that
Great ilrltuin Is, in fact, really entitled
to the possession of the whole tract
claimed by her, and perhaps more territory.
These representations, however, have
not shaken the determination of Vhe
administration to procccd In'the oourso
It htu* laid down, for, In ita view, ir
the decision 1h In favor of Grout Britain,
thoro will be a practical demonstration
of the uprightness of the motived of our
government In demanding a settlement
of this groat question on the sole baulH
of absolute and exact Justice.
Mont of the members of the house
were all at sea as to what had been
done In response to tho appeal of the
President's measage for a means of protecting
the gold reservo, but thoro was
a unanimity that Congress should stay
here and face the situation.
The Democrats were disposed to
await the action of tho Republican majority
and the latter eee-tned to shoulder
the burden. Hero and there a member
was found who was willing to vote for
gold bond*, but the overwhelming sentiment
wus that the passage of u gold
hond bill was Impossible, as It would
be bitterly fought by tho silver men.
Some Republicans were inclined to
couple with any bill propositions for
raining revenue by amending tbc tariff
law, but the general sentiment seemed
to be In favor of u low rato Interest
hearing long time coin bond of small
Just such a proposition. It will be remembered,
Mr. Reed offered In the last
Congress Spcakor Reed feels the responsibility
very keenly. He realises
that the situation in the senate and the
majority for silver therein nowise relieve
A Minion Krlrnd*.
* Moml In need la a friend indeed.
and not less than ono million people
have found Just such u friend In Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumptlon.
Coughs un<l Colds. If you havs
never used thin great cough medicine,
ono trial will convlnco you that It ha*
wonderful curativo powers In all disposes
of throat. chest and lungs. Each
hottlo Is guaranteed to do all that Is
claimed or money will be refundod.
Trial bottles free at Logan Drug Co.'s
drug store. Large bottloa 60c and $1. 1
Wk sell a real 8**1 I'orkrtbook, with
lUrUBff ?ll*er iorat>r?, thnfc IwaU all
I>II.I.O.N, WHKATA IlANClIEfl CO.
JUST stop St IX. E. IllUmnn ? Co.'a while
nut ilinii|i?nc ntul see *11 the pretty ooral*
ties lu Jewelry, etc.
THE wiro of Mr. D. Robinson, a
prominent lumberman of Hartwlck, N.
V., was sick with rheumatism for five
months. In speaking of It. Mr. Robinson
?ays: "Chamberlain's Pain Dalm
Is the only thlug that gavo her any
rest from pain. For tho relief of pain it
ranriot bo beat" Many very bad cases
Df rheumatism have been cured by it.
For nale ut GO cents per bottlo by C. It.
floetze, W. W. Irwin, C. Sohnopf, C.
Menkemeller, John Klarl, W. H. Hague,
II. C. Stewart, R. 11. Duit, J. Coleman,
A. E. Scheale, William Menl(omuller, J.
O. Rhole, Wheeling; Ilowle & Co.,
Rrldgoport; 13. F. I'eabody St Son, Den*
South mill lonthMil.
If you have any intention of going to
the southeast this fall or winter, you
dhould ndvlso yourself of the best routo
from the north and west. This Is tho
Loulivlile A Nashville Itallrond, which
Is running double dally trains from
.1 <1?....w V..I...IIU nk.K
l/incinnuu llliutiftii m> iiapii.un, v/?aktanooga,
Birmingham, Atlanta, Montgomery,
Thomasvlile, Pernio cola, Mobile,
New Orleam. Jacksonville and all
Florida point*. Pullman Bleeping Car
Service through. Tourist rates to all
point* In Florida and Gulf Count resorta
during the aoaoon. For partloulara no
to rates'and through car service, write
JACKSON SMITH. Dlv. Toaa. Agent,
a P. ATM ORE, Ocn'l Pofes. Agent,
WIFE?Hero's an account of a man
who shot himself rather than Buffer tho
pangs of indigestion. Husband?'Tho
fool I Why didn't ho take Do Witt's Little
Early Risers? I uied to suffor ao
bad un he dlil before I commenced tokIng
these little pills. T<ogan Drug Co.,
Wheeling, W, Vu., 11. F. Peabody, Donwood,
and Uowlo & Co., Bridgeport, 0.
MAJOR C. T. PICTON In manager of
tlic State Hotel, at Denison, Texas,
which tho traveling men nay Is one of
the best hotel* In that section. In
Rpcnking of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi
.,1 U-?..?1o tt.i,,. 111.
l ift unci iJiiirniutTn jwiiiwv/ mnjui 4 ?w1011
anyr. "I Imvo used It myuolf nnd
In my family for MttmU year*, and
take plonnuro In unylng that I connldor
It nn Infalllblo nuro for diarrhoea anil
ilynonlory. 1 ithvnyn rocommend It,
nnd hnvp frequently administered It to
my rupkIb In the hotel, and In ovcry
m*v It lm* proven Itmilf worthy of unqualified
Yrihfl tlntiyla Culling Trrtli,
be mire nnd 11*0 that nld nnd wclMrlod
remedy. MUM. W1NHLOWH HOOTII1
N< I BY UUP for children toothing. It
donthru the child, AoftonM the kumin, nllnyn
nil pnln, cure* wind eollo nnd Ik
Iho bout romwly for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
con In n bottle, mwf&w
rotinillNd Irritate* the delicate orRan*
and affuravataii the dlncnse. InKtead
of waltlnir, try One Minute Cutlfh
Pure, ft help* at once, mnklnrr expiw.
torntlon eauy, redUflon tho Rorcnem
nnd Inflammation. Kvory one liken i?
Imogen Drug <!o? Wheeling, W. Va., j
P. i'unbody, Kenwood, anil llowlo & I
n? 11-1,1.n. r.
Ilrtlrf lit Hit l!?nr*.
blfttfWftlnv klrtimy Mid bln-Mrr dinmum
ii llcvcil III n\K hour? I?y thn
"Ni;\V i 1111-: AT MnlTTI! AMICIltC?AN
KIDNKY CUIUS." Thin new n?ni?'<iy
Ih ii urinl "ini'ilr" t?n account of Uh
i?*ccn1lnt tiMtnptnum in r?*!l?>vlnu puln
in itio hlnddot. klatieya, nnok and rmy
pin i nf Him minim- inirnafii III initio
nr fcinMr, li mlkvM* relniitlon ?if
wntef nml |>oln In |?nr?r*luic II illfnOAt
iihiihmiiiii< Iv. if you w?m Quick ftlloi
mill ?!III > thin I* your roinnly. Mil hy
It. 11. Lht, ill iiKKlnt. Whrolln*. W, V*.
" 0 f) "pl^
/lft ^/^"*Wa^S 1-"
hear of it, though. They sir
lives the work of house-cleanir
i satisfactory, so soon over, so tl
Cam A Peddlers and somo unicnipulo
OCXXvi cr "tbo sunc as rcarlinc."
MARKED DOWN SA1
The Great Mar
Muslin and Cambric Ua
and Napkins, Cloth and
inaugurated 2d inst., v
Christmas. Hundreds 1
$1.98 up were sold to th
store liisi ween, aitu IIC
another lot of Dress Patti
prices we look for ever
Dress Goods Departmenl
and avoid the afternoon
HLL KINDS OP
In our line now in and se
what wo have to show
Marked Down Sale of 1
derwear, Linen Table
Towels. All Cloth and
fine All-Wool Bed Blanl
56 00 to
CURES m B .
Colic. BB i
Cramps, 3mf M
Diarrhoea ? B V
Flux, Q B i
Changes of B B MM a
Water, etc. f f (,
Sole Etnrwnnt-SBC ?m> 60c
HERB MBDICINU CO. ironmlj ol
9k'' j BocscWcem bm4? rtllibW, moi
7 ibo parMi drup ibei
Spgi Dr. Peal's
prowpt, Mle ?r4 eertt
* ^ noint, Boot i?fwtaw* IIjOO.
for i>1o bjr CIIAS 11 GOKTZR. Driiiflil.
J. A. JtffllMON( A*!?UUl CMhltr.
CAPITAL 9200,000, PAID IN,
WHKKMKQ, W. V*
If. M. Ituri^r. Joctph P. IVntk
Jurnm Cummin* ll?ur? Mbbiimn.
A. IMrillMUn. J0?i?pu ?0> 'JOIiL
luW?rr?l pftld on aM?Hal iIcixhIK
IwiMtlmtUiin KiigUttil. IralathUnil&ttiUnd,
mv1l_ JOBM'H WKYIK)f?D, UaihtOf,
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John Pn?# ? ..Vict I'mi-Iank
J. N. Vnnm Otnrtii :t
J. M. Ilrnitn, Alilinttt Kill ?? i t v
John Kww. Jolin U Dlrkor.
John WaUfhmHfc W. I. Hioim
W II Crank
Dnfla latuvtl ou I uphil l iraUnl
Hid all |>olnu In Kuruiia
U It BANDS, CMhlor.
n, but athletic."
ter sketch in New York Truth.)
ntly the picture of a woman
house for the first time with
;nc. She finds that what Ins
;en the hardest kind of hanl
is now comparatively ca:;y,
it, quickly done?and in her
anil enthusiasm and hi;;h
5, she kicks up her heels,
jbably this is an extreme ease.
1 :? miif nr^niimlicro
I, u nmjr *-?v- ?hv?w ?. ? i
of women who, when they
1 clean house first with Pearline,
manifest their pleasure
n the same way, You don't
nply tell you that in all lln ir
ig has never been so light, so
loroughly well done.
us groccre will tell you " this is a3 gr-M r.,"
IT'S FALSE?i'earlinc is never pcJilkd,
Is you nomrtliina in i-laco of 1'csriinc, I j
/ <67 ^ JAME3 PYLK, New Yuc
J3?QEO. P. TAYLOR.
ked Down Sale
i and Silks!
derwear, Table Damasks
Fur Jackets and Capes,
/ill be continued until
of Dress Patterns from
e crowds who visited our
iving added to the stock
?rns at the Marked Down
i greater activity In the
1 this week. Come early
King fast Come and see
you. Don't fo^tft the
Vluslin and Cambric UnDamasks,
Fur Garments, and i ir4
i<ets marked down from
i / m ft? win
f\ MB HEALS I
M B Bruises, i
f Scratches, i
Bites of ^
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? gj V Buc8' etc~ *
t g 1 Tiilti Good, i
O g Small* Good, i
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bttduijior any Mnuuog toon. Pot ? v
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