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DEPARTMENT 8TORB
STONED,
DEPARTMS
Dress Goods.
The advanced styles for spring are
I nowhere. Starting as low as 121,4c,
I for 36-Inch all wool Warp Mohair
Figured Dress Goods (all colors),
on up to
$2.50 PER YARE.
Black Dress Goods. I
Always has been one of the loading
departments In thfti store. Never |
have wo shown such an assortment
as this season. Another cane of
those 46-Inch wide all wool Henriettes
are here and go on sale Monday
at
29c YARD.
Another extraordinary bargain Is
4a_in/o> nil moi Mohair Fixuretl
Black Novelties at
50c YARD.
Two wo^ks affo twenty-five pieces
were advertised to be on sale?took
Just three days to dispose of them.
These Black Goodtt, you'll agree
with us in say Inc. by Inspecting, ar?
equal In Style and Quality to any
offered in former seasons at 75
cents.
Silks.
An entire new stock is here for your
Inspection. Starting at 21c. for
Wash Silks, on up to the finest Novelties.
Especial attention is called
to the Black Damas, Dresden,
Chamelon and Persian Silks, at 75c.,
85a, and 9Sc.
OUR A
LACE CDRTAIN
TAKES PLACE
SIONE&
NOVELTY FIGURES AND 8E1
S0L1D
j25cL
:29c; Ai3
f YARD. f In appeal
act counlci
everywhere from 75c to Si 25 yard
yet, being sightly, serviceable, low |
will be very much appreciated by a
X^Suilable for Suits and
varrl. All-Wool Blact
M Cloths, fifty Inches v
w v ^ Beautiful Silks and
niche, Warp-Dyed?all here. A at
ond to none. Novel Trimmings anc
very complete.
?. PREPARE F
Geo. M. Si
BHIBTB, UNDERWBA]
| Here's Your O
4 Men's 25c Outi
f Men's 50c Unci
t Men's 50c Wor
Men's 75c Wor
J McFadden's,132C
wuhbliII
\ WWK M IKU MUIitrs TO OKDKII
' SHOES?J. H. LOCI
i-v t-v r> v f /-v i?? <
!? uuuu t>nvjjc.;
VS
: GOOD MONE^
In this case it nppsnri
Shoe for TWO D0L1ARS
|!> case ought to be ensll
your good money for t
J. H. LOCKI
iS*-rQ~~4T*tnt?tr&t~-4bx?
!-8T0NB ti THOMAS. *
THOMAS
INT STORE.
Carpets.
Impossible In this space to give yoi
an idea of the vast assortment o
fine Carpeting gasthcrcd here fo:
the critical Inspection of the peoplof
this city and vicinity. Startlnj
/u low as 10c. per yard, on up ti
the finest Wilton made In this coun
try at ?2 50 per yard. You'll And nl
the well known makers here and li
the greatest variety of styles.
Two Ladies,
One from this city, another fron
Cincinnati, were In this Carpet De
partment one day the' past wee!
looking at India Rugs. "Docs 1
nav vr?u to carry such a line of Rue
In a city of this slxe?" asked th<
Cincinnati lady of the salesman
'You certainly have as large a stocl
as any store in our city," she re
marked
We Want
the people of this city to know tha
there is a Carpet Store here tha
carries a complete line of Carpetsnot
a make-shift?and a stock of th<
finest Carpets that are made in thli
country; and if they arc not fltu
enough, we'll have sample? of th<
finest Imported, up to *10 per yard
on two days' notice.
NNUAL
REMNANT SALE
NEXT FRIDAY.
?
THOMAS
SOE3-OEO. M. SNOOK It CO.
BLACK AND SOLID NAVY
SOiZEL-TY
m nnrl Cqmqh
uo ami ooipi)
!5c AND 29c YARD.
ance?not in quality?they are es
parts of goods that sell here an
Oi course they are not ALL wool
priced and over 40 inches wide, the;
good many people.
Separate Skirts. r
and Navy, wide and narrow Wei
vide.
Stylish Dress Goods, Persian, Ca
oclc of plain and (ancy Mohairs, sec
I Buttons. Keadymade Departmen
OR EASTER ?.
look & Co.
ft, ETC.?M'FAPDEN'g.
lance.?^
ng Shirts for 123^c.
erwear for 25c.
king Gloves for 25c.
king Shirts for 37>6c.
I & 1322Market St.
<T<3r. T7V. VA.
u
?E SHOE COMPANY.
T -T?T-T- -T -T -3
K
?
ng that we can sell you the best
i of any house in Wheeling. The
y adjusted by your coming with
i pair.
z SHOE CO.?
SKcJhtclligenrcr
No*. UAniitl 517 KtMirlMWiitliHlrettu
Xfw Advrrtlwmpnl*.
" Real I3?tato For Sain?Rolf & Zone.
Opera Houne? Mr. Walker Whltealdc.
Weln Seuf?C. V. Hording & Co.
Novelty Flftirwi and Serges?Geo. M.
Snook & Co.?Ifiluhth Pago. _
We Still Have?KrauM Bros.?Fifth
T fiat .111(1 Pmn tnit?Thn 1 TII1 k_
Eighth Page.
New Spring Suitings?Job. Homo & Co.?
Sixth Pago.
Wall Papor?John Frledel & Co.
Half Prlco-J. 8. Rhodes k. Co.
Your Credit Ik Good?Mouse & Herrmann?Fifth
Pago.
Finn Bedroom Furniture?G. Mendel &
Co.?Second Page.
Shirt Waists Made to Order?Geo. E.
Stlfel & Co.?Third Page.
Why Pay Cash??'White, Handley &
Foster?Second Page.
Wanted?A Girl.
For Kent?James A. Henry.
ATTE.1T105, Hl'Tl'IIKLM A3D URKITERS!
We are full up asaln on ull nlsos ami
nuiilltleii of our celebrated All-Wool Knit
faekola. Pr|u?n from 8* up. Also ngnntn
for tlio fatuous Jams llygleiilo Underwear.
C. hONti,
Fashionable Tailor* and Uetfls' Furnishera,
IJSit and 13?3 Market Street.
IIAVK your ?yofl
t?*ietl for kIa?m4
| froeoteUargo by
JACOll W. OllUltn,
Vn3F Jeweler and Optl.
'-KI ?l>? nn.l
Twoiftlt BlrooU.
1 MIM. IX Kits WANTED.
Two good Milliner* wmitrU in ro In
{ iirnr-l?j' Kuvni, Permanent po*IUoii*nn<l
Buotl wiifiti to the proper imntm. Apply
t lo H. 31. MICE * CO.,
1300 Mall* Street.
LOCAL BREVITIES
0 ________
Mutters of Minor filoiiirnt In and About
the City.
* All three of the cases that came up In
- the police court Saturduy evening went
to the hill.
Saturday Deputy Sheriff William
Lantry took Boxy O'Neal to the penitentiary
to serve a one year's sentenoe.
Harry Zlmmor, an employe of the
t Wheeling Ice and Storage Company,
had three lingers cut off by gottlng
1 thom caught In a machine.
The Gordon*, In "The Gdhoolys
Abroad." closed a very successful ena
gagemcnt at the Grand Saturday night,
s The piece Is funny and the cast good.
? Work was commenced on another
" battery of boilers at the Aetna-Standa
ard on Saturday, making two In construction
and four new batteries In all.
Mayer's orchestra will furnish the
music for the ball to be given this evening
at the Beethoven hall, by the Painters'
and Decorators' Union. A good
time is Insured.
At tho recent bazaar for the benefit of
the City Hospital the net receipts
reached the very handsome sum of
$1,065. This Is very gratifying to all
friends of that institution.
The annual masquerade of the Turners'
society will be Riven this evening
at Its hall. The Opera House orchestra
will play, and K Is certain that theiv
will be a very enjoyable time for all
tvhn ntfond
J Sat unlay afternoon and evening Eugene
Tompkins's "Black Crook" company
entertained two very good audiences
at the Opera House. The play
was well put on, and the specialties
were particularly pleasing.
Saturday next Mr. Walker Whlte
side will present at the Opera House at
?the matinee performance "The Merchant
of Venice" ami at night "Ham?
let." lie is very well known an a gifted
actor and will no doubt draw well.
On Saturday Mr. W. H. Haller, at
Benwood, sold the Quinn property. Just
5 south of the city building, and another
parcel of the nam? property near the
.. llenwood mill, for 11.800. The purchaser
was Squire Uiel,, of Benwood.
The council health committee was
called to meet Saturday afternoon at 4
o'clock, but there wns not a very full attendance.
and tire committee adjourned
till next Friday. Thp pending business
was the letting of the garboge-collectI
Ing contract.
I The public rehearsal At the Arlon hall
last nisht by the Opera House orchestra.
was ns artistic n success us any
a of the past performances of Professor
Spell's musicians. There tvas a good
attendance of appreciative people, and
the evening passed off pleasantly.
ABODT PEOPLE.
> Strungem hi the City mnl Whrrllng
(j Folk* Abroad.
| John T. Rlchey, of Slatersvlllo, Is a
| Windsor arrival.
^ Miss lone White, pf Clarksburg, Is
visiting the family tsf-Dr. Spnvgg.
W. H. Hums, of Washington. Pa., figures
on the register at the McLure.
County Auditor Joseph A .Henderson.
of St. ClalrsvlUe. was In Wheeling
on Sunday.
Hon. Charles I>. Elliott, of Sutton,
president of the West Virginia league
of Itcpubllran Clubs, is n McLure nr?
H rival.
W. T. Oraham and B. M. Caldwell, of
the Aetna-Standard mill, expect to
leuve the licrmuda Islands for home
February 20.
? C. X. Matheny. a well known Sistersvllle
man. and Kdltor E. Flnley Kltson.
of the Tylfrr County Kepubllean. wen?
McLure guests.
Among the Wheeling clothing men
who left for the east to purchase spring
stocks were. Ralph Kline, of Kline
Urnthers; S. Frledenberg, of the Hub,
and J. Kmshelmer.
At the Oehlt-r among yesterday's arrlvale
were F. A. Young and J. A.
Smith, of Amos; W. T. Kenny and J. J.
| Kenny, of Slstersvllle, nnd Joseph
Burhan'T, of Mnnnlngton.
_ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hearne and son
- left ycfterdny for New York, whence
they will sail for Europe. They will
- spend several weeks In Spulu and make
0 n tour of the Mediterranean.
A Mr. nnd Mrs. (Jeorge Flaceus nre in
f Now Orleans to attend the Murdl Gras.
f nnd at the conclusion of the fete they
\ will leave on an extended tour of the
" west and a visit to California.
4 F. A. Prltrhard. of Mnnnlngton; F.
a I'. Ford, of Salem; J. F. Christy, of
f Mannltigton; W. it. Oliver, of Wash4
Injrton, Pa., nnd I). Mcllvaney, of St.
T Mary's, are registered at the Windsor,
^ II. C. Van Kirk, of Washington. Pa.;
1 M. A. Sybert, of Slstnsvllle; .1. H. Burt
f and H. J. Jonos, of Mannlngton; Alonxo
m Anderson nnd wife, of W'ogton; II. M.?
. ltoxcoe, of Piedmont, are gtieHls at the
I' Stnmm.
11 Thin morning James Branson, of
Martin's Ferry, will tnko charge of the
11 tlnnlnK department nt ttic Lallelle
I mills. lie hns been In clmrKo of tho tin
mill;' nt tho Lnughlln nillhi, Martln'o
^ Forry, until Friday (if hint week,
s Among yesterday's McLure arrivals
were: J. H. Dickey, of We?t Alex=s
nnclcr: M. Keating, of Oil City, Fa.; W.
K. Furtlg, of TltUHvIlIe, Pa.: C. M.
_ Hoover, of Franklin, Pn.; o. Thnl~
holmer, nnd H. Kramer, of Cambridge,
Ohio.
4 Thin morning nt 7 o'clock two well
>1 known Wheeling poolo will wed at tho
^ Cathedral. They are Mr. J*nuln Hloner,
iof tho Mloner Hardware Company, and
Mian JoHophlno Finding, tho daughter
??r Mr. John Fladlng. He v. Father
Moye will perform tho ceremony. Tho
couple lonvo fnr tho east on tho 10
o'clock Pennsylvania trnln.
PERSONA nfniotrd with chlblsln*. so
troufeloBometo ninny, will find a pleas*
nnt nnd porumncMj't cure In Halvntlnn
oil, ate.
WANTICD?Everybody In call nt J.
C. Hock & Co.'h, corner of Thirty-ninth
nnd Jacob street*, nnd get a nnmple cup
of Teeploy's Indian and Ceylon Tea,
MISS DOWNEY f
Hnd Large Audiences at the Fourth
Street Church
AND AT THE Y. M. C. A. HALL.
The Meeting* ?t the Fourth Street Church
will he Kept Up by the P??tor After the
Wi U !> u. ncriti iniiua-zku
Talk Yesterday Afternoon on the Con- |
version of Saul, which wua Heard by a 4
1 Large Number of Men.
Yesterday morning tho Fourth street
I M. E. church was well filled with peo- ?
pie drawn by tho fame of Miss Anna J
| Downey, who was announced to preach.
She made un Informal address, rather t
j than a sermon, but It was full of feel- t
ing and very effective, and the large
I congregation was deeply Impressed. In f
the afternoon Miss Downey gavo a f
| Bible reading at the Y. M. C. A. hall at ^
the usual meeting for men at 4 p. m.
Tho attendance was very much above (
the average of the Sunday afternoon i
meetings.
Mlsjj Downey ciioso for her scripture
reading the ninth chapter of the Acts, ^
ooncernlng the persecution of the x
CnristintiK by Haul, and his subsequent
conversion. The theme of her talk,
also, was the conversion of Saul. After J
the meeting many young men wafted
and went forward to speak with Miss
nnwnov and most of them professed j
conversion. Dr.
Hiker announces that when the
present series of meetings under the uusplces
of the W. C. T. U. Is ended, he I
will continue the revival services. Miss
Downey has done a great work In -|^e
tim?' she bus been ..ere. and has pre- 7
pared the way for a still greater one.
T..l? afternoon at 2:30 there will be an
evangelistic conference at the church.
Miss Downey will give Bible readings
Tuesday and Wednesday at half-past
4 o clock and will lead evangelistic ser- C
vices on those two evenings.
Song Srrvlcc. (
Last night the First Presbyterian
church %viuf crowded, the regular at- ?
tendance being agumented by the an- L
nouncement that a song service would
be given. The choir was assisted by t
Mesne*. W .B. Day and Charles Zulauf.
who kindly volunteered their services.
The choir was composed of the follow- /
Ing: Organist, Prof. Summers: male
quartette, Prof. J. M. Hammond, leader,
Dana L. Geyer, Charles Zulauf and IV. E
B. Day; Belle McGranlhnn, Mrs. J. M.
Hammond. Mrs. Fitzgerald, Miss Lizzie .
Taylor. Miss Nellie Egeiter. Miss Isa- *
u..|e Henry. Miss Brodle Lewis, Miss ?
Bessie -McGranahan and Messrs. Dr. 2
Eugene Warren, John Crawford and
Mr. McKee.
ARCHBISHOP KAIN
Xnlln as it FnUrlioml n Dlapntcll from thr, J
Xew York World* ji
The following self-explanatory letter "
has been received by the lntelllgenfcer ll
from Archbishop Kaln: JJ
To the Editor of the Intelligencer.
I Sir:?Permit me to say that the artl- a
I ele reproduced In your Issue of Wednes- ?
day ln*t, from the Sundny edition of the ?
| New York World, relative to affairs of
| our church in St. Louis, is a tissue of
falsehood*, formulated by a roving bo- m
I hemian. whose scrlhbllngs no reputable
paper in St. Louis would print.
JOHN J. KAIN,
Archbishop of St Louis.
I The ScotlUli Itrfarniattou.
I The story of -the "Scottish Reformation"
will be told by Mrs. Monroe, of
Philadelphia, aided by hw fine aelectlon
of fftereoptlcon views and one hundred
Wheeling ladies and gentlemen
selected from the different
churches. Mrs. Monroe delivered the ~
lecture on the "Life of Luther, or the
German ReTormatlon," in Wheeling
about one year ngo. i
This entertainment has been given J
In nearly every large city in New York,
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland,
and everywhere without exception,
has met with -lh6 highest praise.
Mnalvta nt thf> Inr
lure by Mr#. Monroe, Illustrated by
home talent. In allegorical processions,
scenes between Puritans and students.
Tho great trial of John Knox before
Quoen Mary and her court. The queen
being led to execution is a touching
sight.
Many leading young people in the
processions helped in the "German Reformation"
and are satisfied that
this entertainment is equally infltructlve
aiKl pleading. Mrs. Andrew H.
Patterson will represent Queen Mary
and Miss E. Grace Updegraff will be
the lady to alng to "cheer tihe queen." !
No doubt she will please the audlencc. i
M 1*8. Monroe comes to Wheeling un- j
der the auspdees of the Hoard of Man- ;
ogera of the "Home for the Friendless J
and Aged." The committee *s sparing
no pains -to make this one of the best '
entertainments evor given in Wheel- '
ln*' m
Tl?c I. O. 0. F. C lnb.
The proposed Odd Fellows club Is j
moving along toward completion in a ,
very Manufactory manner. At a meet- .
lng held Friday evening steps were *
taken to secure three rooms on the sec- 6
ond floor of the I. O. O. F. hall, and J
when fitted up they will prronni a very *.
Inviting appcarnnce. A meeting of all F
lodges will be held next Friday evening. i
at which time It Is hoj?ed the organization
will be perfected. All Odd Fellows
In tlie city are Invlled to be present
and participate In the buslneea of the
meeting. _
Tile Modern Way
Commends Itself to the well-Informr<1, '
to do tdenrnntly and effectually what
was formerly done In the cnule.nt manner
<tirn1 disagreeable a? well. To
r.Jcanse the system and break up coldn, r
headaches,and fevers without unplrou 'itit
after effects, use the delightful
liquid laxative remedy. Syrup of Flgn. *
Mo no factured by California Fig Syrup
Company. _
Hotiarhold (IchnIi for Hair.
FurnNture, carpej*, kl-tchen utensils,
crockery ware, etc., at private ?ale on
WodneHny and Thursday, February
19 and 20, from a to 12 a. m. and from 2
to 6 p. m. ltOJJKRT NEHWTT.
112 Fourteenth Strwt.
Tr. O. U. A. 91. K\rnr?lo? ?o Plttatmrgli,
Hntnrdny, February 'it, 1HQO.
On above dnte the Baltimore & Ohio
Company will sell excursion tickets to
Pittsburgh at one fare for the round
trip, good returning until the 23d.
Trnlnn Jravo Wheeling ni 4:00 anu r.iu
a. in., and M5 p. m. Upturning,
trnlnn lnave Pittsburgh Saturday, the
22d, at -1 and 11:50 p. in., and Sunday,
tin' 2M. nt 7:50 a. m.. 4 and 8:50 p. in.
ALL KINDS OF EYES FITTED. ,
Kjr.-s for (ilium Im of
Clinrirc.
If you nanl K|i?rii?nl?t, oyo? Urn or linnfl
nrlii'H u hi'ii r?MMllii|; or *?nvll?c, nuiHoll tin
mid liitvo your ??> ? * I'xnnilunl for glnnioii
tr**0 of oluirun. IMIIloult Pi??n? n peclnlty.
If you luiv* ollmrn itnd fnllml totlml .
to ?nll your oy?a, rouin In un nu<| '
\n> wilt urlinl npnnlnl for your ra?e, i
Nimv li'im'H put Iii miy myln from*. All
lilml* of rrpuirml. tloltl glriMrN
inlooi lu I'Xi'linngn. HolM tSotil 8pf>rtncil*<t
tlttml to tin* nyo? from S.'t.AA up. Kl*>rl front .
*1.110 up. I'UOF. MIK1F,
Nolnutlllr OpMolmi ntiil SproinlUt lu r?frnr. (
tlou ofllio nyr. IIIO ntitlu ?traol. llritil> 1
quarter* for Ar tlllulal ICyoM,
THE HUP CL0THIER3 A
fflE LAST AND GRI
Sale of tl
Stock Taking Revelations
lars' Worth of Merchar
A sacrifice that is intensely real.
;enulne. A grand swing of the axe the
ircumference, entailing an obsoiute clt
ars, but it's simply a question wheti
hem. We choose the modern method
he greatest cut in price?from real fig
listory. it's all, every dollar of it, sp
use of some wholesaler's undesirable o
10 marking up and then marking down
veil know.
Stock Taking 1
MEN'S CLOTHING I
Jen's Light Colored Overcoats,
have been $8 60, go now at
ifen's Light Color Overcoats, a
#10 and $11, now at
klen's Ulsters, almost all sizes, v
now at
Jen's Overcoats, Dark Color, ha
$5 00, now at
Jen's Fine Chinchilla Ulsters, h
now
BOYS' CLOTHING E
)ne lot of Boys' Short Pants Suits, dou
were $ 3 00 and $2 50, go now at
5ne lot of Boys' Fine All- Wool Suits, r
6 and 7 years, were $ 5 00 go now
.arge lot of Boys' Suits, mostly all siz
S5 oo, go now at
.arge lot of Boys' Short Pants Suits, w
at .
tbout a half dozen styles of Suits, bi
were $10, go now at
letween one and two hundred Boys' f
lots, that have been 85c and 75c, g(
ibout half as many that have been 50c,
6 dozen Boys' Domet Shirt Waists tl
go now at
IN PANTS DEP.
A lot of fully two hundred Pants t
ressy, desirable, but equal to custom m
hat just about pays for the fabric, witt
rimming staring us in the face. All si!
12.98, $3.98.
itAMd '-PI? T innn Pullnr In t
ad 18. na few or ns lunuy a* yon want, 3a. Uml
io?t doable. One lot of Dwtervlilr'i only (not
rte, bo now at Sflo. 500 PalaterV White O veral
0c, gu at 2Xo
THE HUB
Market and Foi
ATLANTIC TEA COMPANY.
Atlantic Tea Co.:
? \
Our annnal inventory ia complete
and to us ia Tory satiafactory. Oar
baiioeaa ahowa a markod lncreaae
over '1)4. We ara now reaolred that
'06 ahall lead all preceding yoara, U
loir prices and atandard Roods will
Attract trade. and wa tbink it will.
PRICB LIST;
lew Cal. Pronca (larjre), ft lb* for 25c
few Cal. Evap. Peaches (fancy), 3 lbs. for, 2 So .
Jew Date*. 4 lbs. for.~.~....~ ~~~ 25o in
aw Cleaned Curranta, 4}*lb?. - 25?
Jew Kaialna (large), ft lb?. for...^..^.^.... 25c
reah Com Meal, lb lba. Ior.,...~~. 25c t
^rush Hominy. 1ft lba. for.. 25c .1 j
taeh Rolled Oata, 10 lba. for. ??? 25c U
'reah Oai Moil. 10 lba. for. 25c
rrcsh Hotter Crackers, 6 lbs. for......*, 25c
:reab Ginger Snaps, 5 lba. for ..M...MMHMMM 25c ?
tew French Klduey Beaus, 8 lba, for....MMM 25c ~
tooloo Table Peaebea, per can^..M,.MM>MM.. JOc 1
itandard Tomatoes. 4 caua for...^.,.,.^..^. 25c i
fancy cold pnek Tomatooa, per can.?.MMM. 8c 1
'holco Standard Corn, per can go p(
itar Gandiea, 8 to the pound, per lb _ 8c
*rpetTacks, per box... 1c
Atlantic Tea Co.;
Kf
Wo Ii?ad? Let Those Who Con Follow. ?
HOPSEFURNISHINQ G00D3.
iiinaereua luicnaner nango,
ortahlc rnncc. KinUlied In tlio litglioit .?tyk?nf
irt ami provided with nil modern Improve- |j|
uuuU.
NESBITT & BRO., =
1312 M/VRKET STREET. g
U<GG l'OACIIKRS. '
III nil
IllYO jotl uw>] llio BCFPAU) sruur EBO IM|
POAOItKBT Tho only onrrccl way ot poaching ?
RgK WtialcMlo auil Wall.
GEO. \Y. JOHXSOX'S SOT.4,
jo'.'7 13UI Ml In Strrpt JD
G~i IIBAT KAOlMTIRs Foit THE
X I'ltoUIT COMI'LKliOS OK clllllKUs ,r
rilKlNTKLUGKMGKR JOU L'tf 1NTINU OKKlUK
\
ND FURNISHERS.
JATEST
k A CnnAAm
lie mm,
;! Thousands of Dolldise
Slaughtered!
A reduction that is undcnijbly
it shakes the store from center tu
:ar loss to us of hundreds of holier
we are going to carry or sell
of incurring the loss now. It's
ures?ever known in commercial
ic, span new goods?not tlvj isr
shoddy stuff. There has bees
tactics indulged in here, as you
Revelations.
jepartment.
mostly small sizes, || jjjj
.11 sizes, liavo been f)fj
yuiuu
'ero $i.O and S8 50, <Jjj QQ
ve been $6 00 and j|jj Ijj
iave been $1S 00, QQ
lEPARTMEXT.
ble seat and knees, Qg
nostly in sizes 4, 5, O JQ
at
es, were $6 00 and ^ _j_g
rere S3 50, go now ^ Qg
oken in sizes, that ^ ^g
Cnee Pants, broken -q
. go at . . 25
lat have been 25c,
IRTMENT.
hat are fashionable in pattern,
ade, and we offer them at a price
1 the loss of the making and the
T?i/? -k?S? -4 a.i 10
.CJi ? nrvw /uui 41.1..11,
he following !*?*: 14, 14VJ, IS. in. 17
nrwoup at ~ io, 38c, 50c, 7?c, wortli nl>rAwr?
to match), luro b-rn .10c an t
It aod Coat*, slightly soiled, tlia: wer#
Clothiers, Hatters
and Furnishers...
jrteenth Sts.
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.
152. 1396.
STALL^PAPEH
AICD
MOULDINGS.
STATIONERY,
BLANK BOOKS,
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES.
Agent for Exceisior Sleepg
Coaches.
GRAVES'SOS,
26 Twelfth Street
VALENTINES
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?V?RYB0DY
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MNTON'S bookstore/AIaT3]VriI?"RS.
Fine and Comic, at Wholesale nnJ
Retail. AH of tho latent Mnsttzlncs,
Wookly Papers, bailie*, l'"'^- Stationery,
KiikHsJi ami Gerinun Almanacs.
Gospel Jiyninu!^. Churon
Hymnal*.
C. If. QIMMBY.
Nil Mat)
JEWELRY.
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our
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f 1 which
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to
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soino
qrticlo
y,ou wish.
3on't bo nfrftld to look; won't cost
in ono cont.
illon, Wheat & Hiinchcr Co.
Pfl"Wo Soli Diamonds.
PHOTOGRAPHY.
JPECIAL NOTICE.~
,11 Helen ijinitd iiy mortis-' rtdi.mt
,1 bo accepted nt their fur* vnluo (i?r '
otoRrnplu, one on cach ?lo?r:i unr : ap* 1
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2151 7U5K1N STREBT.

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