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A GREAT PUBCHAsi|j"6TONB A THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas.
A QfiEAT PDRCHASE
r* i_ _ L1^. k'.. a-. _?r _ * . j f!
for spot casn enuuies us iu oner 10-aay nve
cases, over 10,000 yards, regular 19c and
25c Lace Stripe Organdies and Lawns at
12 l-2c yard.
An extra force of salespeople will be put into
the Wash Goods Department so that all may
be waited on promptly.
WHITE DOCK SKIRTS,
Fifty of them just received and on sale to-day
At <ti 00
-J?
WHITE DOCK SUITS.
Made as they shouldHbe, skirt yards wide,
on sale to-day J.
. At $2.48.
* I
Special sale of Muslin Underwear tomorrow.
See this space for particulars.
Stone ^.Thomas.
' J
WAIST SALB-jlEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
T WAIST SALE!
^NOOK ii-CiirW ' Over 00e thousand Waists?pretty
J "u 11 ;W?ists-stylish Waists?are going to
Cx * be ?olB here at prices that should make
pp. IQ aLP7I1^B quick SELLING These offers are not
L/U. O "Tor a day, nor for a week, but will conPR
FAT !|lL-C-i^? ' tlnue until every Waist Is sold. We
U ALA 1 carry nothing over.
Mn for nil Waists that have sold at 50c.
5Sc for all Waists that have sold up to 800.
63c for all Walstsifiat have sold up to SI 25.
98c for all WaistsTKat have sold up to SI 89.
SI tO for all Walststhat have sold up to $2 00.
SI 48 for all Waist# ttiat have sold up to $2 50.
51 93 for all Waistf that have sold up to S3 50.
52 93 for all Walfttkjhat have sold up to $4 75.
There shojIJ be a rush for these Waists The quantity stateJ is
nere. The reductions are genuine and the styles are KNOWN' to be the
best in Wheeling.
Persian Ribbon Bargains!
No. 40, 25c. | They are pile Taffeta Sill', come in all colors and
No. 60, 35c. f are tvortli acput double.
New Taffeta Sil!c RibbonsltrwhUe. cream an J colors.
Beautiful Sutr.mer Lawns igalo received.
__ .
Geo. M. SjnOok & Co.
* flffi T*r>*>Jg iNO
D?UBT !
* - 4
w lucre nru* many uma n.us vvu i?tu r
$ thiy for $i 50, bat if you want the i
t |?y best J
j jL.;i|| I $1.50 HAT ;
4 1 V/e-hive it?black, brown, lijli col- a
a on. Wc ire always pleased to liow .
a t.ieni. '
I McFADDEK'S OBfi-PRiCE STORE,J !
BHOM^j~H UO0K2 HIIOB OOUftfY.
* ? ? ! JINIMIII
j No Secret About This. \
\V#r?/rn Nr our HiWaO'l iiTlth* -tfor 1-44 limn ?f'?r?ki r TbU It n
. .1 .m uviftvyoa wbj ifOlJ got b#ttor wliw tor jruitr ntoaer iwl
Wf. fft*. i,,.v : ifad* ti,?a "Hb?r fo?'1'
s A PAIR OP VALUES SELDOM PIGKKU UP:
l ir?t VUmi.fcCo' flntfUmlaUrn (1> Q CA
lUmi'A. ,r right.h .e fitlit. Iiiln. t ervrrthtatf i?U?m J)0?OU
(lit ttnn |i ri-ut, etf?i>t joprlco Utoo Io.t - ? ~
0 b^rn " '> ? Ka?lft <'4 K**Of T<"?. Mvtllnt Int0?l (T> O
Popular worn t<? -1.1 j oiu/ low of thorn ?...
| J. H. LOOKE SHOE CO.
. I*. 4.
trr~iw mowsIIi< -
HWUMIIIWMM 0MM. ~mil
If the linw in thi? diamond figure Ho not
appear cquallr Mack iu all the different
meridian*, it indicalet a defect of tight
that causes nervous licad-aclio und fhoula
be conectcU at ouee. Kyos tested free.
Dillon, Wheat & llancher Co.
l'roh. I), ti I,. t.KVn r. Mm again.
S\c3ntcUigenrcr
llllli r i Nii?. llnml 'it Kmirleciitli Mioi*t.
Xnr Ail* rrtUnurnl*.
McKlnloy Tin Canea?Gov tic's Pharmacy
Kichth Pur.
For Salo?One Share of North Penn Oil
Stock.
Proposals for Hctalnlm; Wall on Caldwi'U'n
Hun.
(irnnltf War*?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
Wanted?Hi?flned and Educated Lady.
Modern Housekeeper*?Knufmann'B.
Grand Atlantic llotel?Atlantic City.
Notice to the Public?Grocer?' Asaoclatlon.
June Waist Sale?Geo. M. Snook & Co.?
Eighth Page.
When You Need Clothes?M. Gutman
ft Co.-Fifth rice.
A Great Purchaae?Stone & Thomas?
Eighth Pari-.
J,o-'t?Lady's Watch.
Sdi.ert'* Garden.
ill.lKi'tn - II. F. Behrens.
Natural Stone Filters? Ewln* Bros.
KIk*' Oulln*?Whet-Una Park.
t*ycllstn' Supplied and Novelties?Wm.
Schwcrtfefrtr. \ p
Our Fhoe* Wear? Alexapuer.
Star Foundry?XL Pith*.
"Korreet Shape*"?L. V. Blond.
YOU ihonld m?r our crlfliratrd lt?lbrtcu*n
Underwear, .10c, 7^4' anil 91 OO
rnrti. nnit '45c Half llofce. Tl??r ??t inprrior
to nit alhrr?. tailored Mtlrli, ritr*
?Ue?, 00 body, 10 neck.
f. IIK*K 4i HOXN,
1.T41 it lid 1.1*1 .Market Street.
ITco?t* 93 and teu
llinr to set I lie
hn*r ttttnl' lT.OOtt
'JijwSSSSftnjk j?non??llli kIh?w?
without till* enorM7
ii?un> outlay of tliue
Wifra, ami money.
? - *11 JAt on U'.GRVRB,
Jeweler *ud Optician, !Uar Wet aud Twelfth
itmto.
just hkckivkd.
Another lot of tlto.e elegant All-Wool
tfl.OO TrnuarrlttRa. ilnrlugjuat Inrreaaetl
onr caparltr nre arc prejarrd to make up
al titbit notice.
c. lire* 4 so**,
l*a?)itnit*li1e Tailors nrnt (Jenfi* Fnrulalici?.
13*1 aiiU 1A11 .Hurkt i
U?tfr Keuta Ara Due.
Water rent* f^r ?ho six months end*
Infr September 30. 1SW. are now ready.
If paid on or before Juno JO. ISM, a dlacount
of 10 p.'r i??nt will N* allowed.
T1IE CITY WATER BOAJUX
LOCAL BREVITIES.
altera of Minor .Moment In and About
l the City.
The board ??f public work* advertises
for bids for th" ronctruction of a retninInjc
wall on ('AldivcU's run. South 8l?le.
Illdj* will close at noon. Monday. June j
112.
The Woman's Christian T'mp'rjncf '
I'nioii will hold Its annul (nesting ?n ;
Thursday afternoon. Ileporti of work I
done dutinir the entire y..?r by officers
and superintendent* will be glwn.
To-morrow Ix grocers' day. and the i
celebration will take* plac* at M'?zart
purk. The gn>eers' association has prepared
a fine programme for the occasion
and a large crowd l? expected. At noon
there win bo a trolley car putda on
th- electric road. All groceries will
clone a I II a. ni.
Th- funeral of Henry P. Bremer occurred
yesterday afternoon, from the
residence of the family, nt No .1423 R'?fT
strevt. and wan largely attended.
Wheeling Lodg* No. s). I. O. i>. F.. of
which the deceased was a member, attended
the funeral in a body. headed by
Mayer's band. The interment took plac.*
ai Mt. Zlon cemetery.
To-day I* commencement day nt W?it
Liberty normal school. The exercise*
will begin at 10 n. ni. and will end before
noon. In the afternoon at 2 o'clock
the mi-Idle class excrcjae* will take
place. and at 4 p. m. the alumni business
meeting will take- pine \ In the
?*venlng at s o'clnrk thcrv will l?' an
elocutionary entertainment under th??
direction of Mljm J?*an 1 Ireland. ?*f
the Iio!?t'?n H' ho I 4>f Oratory. Last
vvenlDK the annual r??nt?*t h??twt>rn the
Hryant and Irvine literary noddles
ti?.ik place. A large number of Whaling
people win go out to WMt Liberty
this morning to attend the commencement
excrcUes.
THE RETAIL CLERKS
Of the <"lly KflVrt nu OrgKiiliatloii -OHI
rrit Wrrr T'lrrtnl.
The retail elerkii met nt Hrrthoven hall
last night nnd perfect*^ th?* organisation
whleh they began last Thursday
night. Tic meeting wan very largely
attended, nnd the manner In which thrlrka
took hold wa? nn Indication thnt
th?*y nrt* p*rlou*ly In *arnest in (fie nutation
of a thorough organization..
The mc-tlng ivm called (o order at R
o'clock and th? flr?t btMlfi'** was th?'
Hrctlon of ofllr*- r?. and th-- appointment
of otmmltteei. Tho rl-ctlon rwultod a*
follow*
I'mddent?M. E. Tracy.
Vlro frnalilMit?Mt?-< Carrie Taylor.
, Secretary?A. .?. Itanwy.
' Trra tir-r- NHI McFiddcn.
Trua: -m-Mo i i !? I. WoOd?, Joseph
A. White nn?l J ph I>. l'a?c.
Ucpi w?tatlv<n 1-1 fh.- Trad"* A?fN?mMv?Frank
M i . William Laue and
A]l*rt J. Sauvago a.
Committ* r,n Constitution and Hyf.owa-M'
.-im. Hugh MrFnddnn, Frank
Moore and Frank Mauvag<*ot.
i ih" rin" uni i i - i i v?)i" mi
to tin' lilllld r <" K' rh ujs" f"r th?- lino of
It- room* for tlair la t m- tlnn. which
wfli h?*l?l Thursday ivnlnr.
The ii' w orjraniK itlon M.utfl 'iff with *i
nttmbtrtblp "f 12;. and Includen clerks
of nearly nil 11? 1 t.1 1 :?i. r.t!? ? !ri<ll? *
a* w?-ll n !!? u-ntlm n !ir<- I'.kII I (.?
ir.? mbrtHi!p. Tli i?- H no Hp.-rlnl ofcj?ct
lr. vlnv whli-h rail* for tin- organisation
at prcunnt, hut th?- clcrkr f-? l tliut tlu>y
ihoulU bt? bandod together.
Thr n?-xt in' ting will bi? h M n?-xt
u'-ck. at which tlm** tin- coimnltt<i? 011
by-law* will I* ready to report.
Ill*' Mnilrril Ilrmilj .
Thrlvo* on rood food ami sunshine,
with ]>1< nty ?f xi rclM. in th<> air.
||?r form kIow* with li^olth ami ln?r
f.1 n> blnorrm with It* buiuty. If
pyntom nwln th rh?nn*lnR notion of u
lr.xntlv?? p rn? 'Jy. Kb" 1: < tli*? K'ntI*
and nb a-?nt Syrup of Fir-. Mndo by
the California i'lff Syrup Company.
I.IMI llnlo l?? I union.
To arr"rnriH'dato all who d?**lri? to nr?lin
In I'imIi.ii trllikp In till' lln\" and
nv?ld tin* hi'ium trip In ?h?- nlKht. the
wheeling A 1-tri?* railway will in?II
tlrk? ! ? fro-ii Wheeling l? r??iiton nml
return for all ivRulnr trains ??n Haturilny
iiti* 1 Sun'lay. June 2*? nn?l 21. nt ?
rat* of SI for the round trip, tlck-t*
iiihmI until tin* il.iy following 'lute of
ru! Till* will glv?? opportunity to *?
nli th- M'Kml'V demount rations m l
opportunity nftnwnrils to visit Myr/
I?iik?> nn<l iMwiutiful Trains l-'uvt1
Whaling at lu h. m. and 4 :&& p. in., city
time. O. It WOOD. T. I\ A.
>s . ' ... i- .
GETTING BIG.
The Trip to Canton Next SnturJny
Will be n Corker.
FULLY ONE THOUSAND PEOPLE
Will Go From Wlirellng If lh? Weather
! (iooili mid III* Over-lhc-lllv?r Town*
will Kcllil Urge DrlrKRllon# -Lnllrllr
Tln-Workcoa Eiixtst a SjircUl Train.
MrftlUK of thi? Ohio County Ilr publltait
Club Last Night?Otlirr Political 9rm.
That the Ohio County Republican
Club's pilgrimage to Canton next Saturday
for the purpose of tendering to
Major McKlnley the congratulations of
Wheeling, the Pan-Handlo and West
Virginia. upon his nomination for President.
will be a great success there Is no
doubt As detnlled below the club held
a meeting l?Ht night and about completed
the arrangements for the excursion.
Estimates of the number that will
go from this community agree that the
crowd will number from 1.000 to 1,500,
probably nearer the latter tlgnre. It Is
!>rohal?le that the West Virginians will
be th?> firm outside delegation In Canton
to congratulate Mr. McKlnley.
As detailed below the La Belle mill
tlnworkers have engaged a special train
of their own for Saturday und will precede
the Ohlb County Club's truln, ar
riving In canton n row minim* in advance
of tlio latter. It Is particularly
appropriate that these tlnwork?<s
should pay their reaped* to the Cnnton
statesman, f??r It M-ns due to Ills efforts
In the FIfty-flrst Congress that the tlnplate
Industry wan Riven birth In
America.
The strength of the crowd will probaly
be:
Whirling (Ohio County Club's trsln>. l.ooo
Wheeling mill train) . f*>
Mnrtln's Ferry, UrldKeport snd 11*1lalru
_J*'
Total l.?00
THE TRIP ARRANGED.
* W*ll Allfiial.il Mrrtllitt Itf lhf> OUt<)
Cunttty Hrpnbllrait < Inb?Trnlu t?? br
Drroratrit Thr *!*> In (\minii.
The Ohio county Republican Club
held a special nvetlng iast nlpht to
perfect arrangements for the ratifbaI
tlon mooting whtob is to bo bold in the
Opera Huu*e one week (rum to-morrow
nlcht, and for the trip to Canton ne*t
Saturday to congratulate William MrKlnley.
The meeting was largely attended
and the enthusiasm was great.
Kvery man present was ready and willing
to do all In his power to promote
both projects.
Thf ma ting was called to order ?'>*
th?' president. Mr. lieoUey Jones, and
John Klndelberg'-r was at the desk.
The flrHt hu?ln???s wus the report of
the committee In charge of th> trip
to Canton. The tlnaneo committ*-* reported
food pn?gr?s* and Ow committee
In chuxt or th< exctirelon, reported
that It had secured a hikm*1?1 train on
the CI tveland, Lorain A Wheeling; and
had trivn a guarantee that WO ti< k-ts
would 1?? f'?ld Tor th- round trip and
the very best of accommodallv>nB will
l>e offered.
Mr. a P. Oxtoby, the Cleveland. Larain
& WhMlni; agent. wa* pr? * nt and
stat .l that tV train would leave the
Terminal depot on Market street, Sat.
urduy afu*rn<x>n at 2 o'cJ.?ck._ and
would arrive In Canton aN?ut 4:15, central
tlnv\ Which Is 1:13 Wheeling tlm*
The company will have handsome new
coaches f?>r the trip of a number sufllclent
to insure c.imfort to all*who
The excursionists Will have ah ?ut six
' r seven hours Ift <%ant(?n. during which
tlm" they will rorm with visiting delegations
from ether Cities and give a
~*Wt parade Hon. Q. W. Atkinson will
h-Miil the d?*|efcal?on and wUl pr?*ent
th-m to IV n* *t President. who will
mnkn ? Rhort addrea*.
on th<* question of mu*l<* the commltt
I* in n quandary. Nearly nil th<
tnin ls- are enjtnod Tor Haturdav tih?
Op-'r.i lloufi. baf t (?'*?? to 8lster*vllie.
Mel/t',r'"< to Washington, Pa., Mayer'
h4.? l>?? encaged by the La llel!<* del?
K.itlon for the Canton trip, and lb*
i\? , itHlalre band-* ar?- ale engaged.
Tin- committee will probably armnKwith
the Grand opera floua* band, or
tb?' City band, of th?> 8<>uth Bide.
Ticket* for th?* trip will b?? placed on
Alt to-dAX at th?- 'Mevelnnd. l*>rain *
Wheeling freNht ojllo. th?* lnt?Ulic<*ncer
ofll< e. and at lb- city receiver'* oftire.
They ran lie hqd from member*
of the r >mmltte*\ 0?<?. which i* c??m?
p.?*.*d of M"wr?. Ibttlley Jones. W. I!
mIt Prrc?<? I). W. Mar
tin and J ?hn W. Klfltlelberfer.
Th? ram will |?? de< n^ated f->r the
trip by a ctunmlll'r romi***- ?l of
Mr mi*. H?-tlri< k. K < '1111?. Mlll?r. SI win.
Schenk un<! Marshall. Handaome allk
Piidir??!?. hrarlnir tin* portrait of Major
MoKlnlejr. will bo worn by the . xcurulunistf*.
and n??thinx wUI be left undone
t.? make the vMt t>? the ch implon of
protecti o n homo, n memorable on?Tlvi"e
uho < orit**mi?late golntr ah<?uld
s.'eurr ih?*lr ticket* at ??nce. i?o thnt thrailroad
p "pie ean form nn Idea of the
number of cam needed.
UB t.LE MILL WORKERS
Kncaitr - Hpflftt Train on llir t'? I/. A.
\V., fur Hi* Canton Trip.
Since th?- Ohio County Republican
Club decided (o take n crowd to Canton
next Saturday for the purpose of pocNonnlly
tendering (ho congratulations
of Went Virginia to Major McKlntey.
th?? I#nOcllc mill workmen, particularly
th" mon employed In thr> tin plat* dopartm-nt,
haw i"?-n disrupting the n 1vlflabllity
??f engaging ^ special train
of ih? lr own "ii whl.-h t > go Canton.
Yontcrdny their comrnltt- '> closed with
Mr. A. I*. Oxtoby. of the Cleveland. Lorain
\ \Vh?Hlng road, f c ;? social trntn.
which I" t<? lenvo the mill utatlon ??n the
Routh Sid-* shortly before tlio departure
of tif Ohio County Club'i train from
T mi*: 11 ! il. .1 Up I? Th
tin rat'- was riven tho JjjHrlle people
;i-i was itlven the county Hub committ<r.
$1 80 r .r thi* i )tind trip The. mill
workers anticipate inking a crowd of nt
Icftn.t 400 t ? Canton. Their train will
arrive IImto ahortly Iwtorr tiuti or inr
Ohio County cnnd prahnbly nrrauR^ni^ntR
will l?o in in Jo for the xcurkI
'tilftM Of thi' two trains t- j In ??n arrival
nt Canton before n a 1 . r to Mr.
M?-Kini?-yv home. The LnDfllc people
will ta!< hand. which they ?j.kukpU
ycsti-rdny.
ON TO CLARKSBUHO.
Tllr Ohio Cntinlr l>rlr?nlr? lo lllr l>Ulrl? I
< ou? nt mi l^-nvr.
This morning nt l'J J!i o'chvk tin* Oh I ?
county allegation In the Pit it district
l?'l"?:nt' ?*onvnt ion. kft f r Clarknburir.
lit'iilt ttv-rity-flvr tftron:.' Tl?- iM'*jrntes
do not f. . I confident ? f tin* i?el?vtlon
of i!mi> ml Alfml Caldwell, of
Whwllni?, m il i- (,ati -at-larKv to thnational
l>omoerMtl convention nt Chicago.
mi nc?*<>11 iit ->f his Mound money
'land. They f ir that th< free trnw
nt diiif ,.f Hi |nti rlor will II"" up with
fttlfTiri<?nt vtrenulli In tiown ihd v...?
ftninty mini. Ii Is *nl<l il.n rul Cnldtn
ii dot* not dnln ttie honor if it la
hitched to a froo trade **t ??f Initructlon.i.
The Ohio county delegation li? oomIV)"
I .?f i|m> following:
Wn-lilnKton -U*. A. Wllaon. P. .!
Park. J/ini'-s Itojmrt, John Harvey, Fr. I
Pfwlfrlcki)
m I'll ion A 0 Radllck, P. P. MN<
II. J. I). Crawford, C. II. Copp. John
I?OOOllfl.
Clay?Holier! fllmpaon, Akx Fp<! fjr.ifr,
Thomas irnrl-n, nr.. \V. W. Arm-It.
Churl-'* M. Talc v.
I'tilon -Henry llh'hpnton, Frnnk
<1rux<>. lleOTy ltuyhn, Allen Ilrock, T. M.
Darrith.
Centre?C. W. B??brlKht, Thoroaa
F. Thon*r, Harney Stubba, Dr. J. A.
Campbell, Ed Kurt*?\
WelwKcr?Edwnrrt Wilde, C. W. Krelter,
M. U. U alley, Andrew Fisher,
Ctmrli'S Stevens.
Rltchb?F. D. StrauMcr, J. II. M?*nk??meyer.
Ab?x KuchcfTjkl,, Carl Meyer,
Jarnea Nichols.
Richland?J. B. Wilson. George Ebbert,
A. P. Garden, Daniel Schufcr, J.
C. I'arnhall.
Liberty?Wyll* Cox. Jamen Dixon,
Charles C rum backer, Jr., J. 11. Farls, A.
C, Harrell.
The Duvrnrr Club.
Th?? R. R. Dovener Republican Club,
of the Eighth ward, held a well attend
cd meeting la*t evening ai its nun,
Thirty-sixth and Jacob street*. The
principal address was made by Mr.
Franklin C. Holmes. Many prominent
party men of tha county were preseat.
For llnnii' nf I)rlry?tr?.
Mr. Abraham McCoUoch Is announced
as a candldnto for house of delegates,
subject to the decision of the Republlcan
county convention. Mr. McCollooh
has consented to bo a candidate
at the request of many clt liens. Among
those who have solicited him an* many
farmers, ht* being a farmer hlms"lf and.
they say. well qualified to look after
their Interests. Mr. McCoUoch >< at
present a member of the executive committee
of the West Liberty state normal
nch?>?>l and tuk??s great Interest In educational
matters.
INTF.EDENOM I NATIONALISTS
Will Haiti Tti? In Mittli All it n? I tonrcn
lion at Mnlmii'ti IJrovr.
The sixth Interdenominational convention
for the promotion of holin^s* In
lo U- hcM at .Mnhnn'H Umvf, in Hancock
county, up the rlvrr. Monday veiling,
June 'J>. The miM-tliipi will bo In charge
of Rev. Jos-i?h II. Smith. ?>f (Jr?M?ncaatlf,
ln?l.. a?.ii?t' ?1 by ltev. li. 1. 1>. IVpper,
of Philadelphia: Kev. J. \V. Mclntyre.
of PlttKbutKh; Hev. J. W. Walkey.
of WcllavlltC. Ohio, and others. ThHlnpInK
will he In eharK?' of Itov. II. K.
}Ui<lxon. of Cleveland. A largo number
or visitors are cxpecied at the conventlon.
ABOUT PEDPLE
Nlrancrrtlit III" cliv ami WIimIIiij Folks
niironn.
Mr. Robert VIII wock. of Cleveland,
who was married 1am Wednesday to
Miss Kohm.of theSuUthSlde, was tak?*n
suddenly 111 at the residence of his
bride's brother la^t Sunday night nnd
until lost night wan in a very .serious
condition. Several physicians were attending
him and for a time his recovery
was doubtful. At midnight ln?t night
ho vra* i. -t'ng ensier and Is considered
out of duuger.
fred C. Williams, of the South Side.
Wt Sunday night for Chicago and SL
Ijou's.
Mr. '.VHIiam Kerbneh and wife returned
I.iMt evening from an extensive
bridal tour.
Ferd Moxer. <?f New Martinsville, and
T i; Mlll?>r, of Slstersvllle, were at the
St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. and Mm. (Icorgo K. Wheat, of
Ni i th Main .-tr-et. return to-day from
:it. Clemens, where they have been for
th-- past month.
Mr*. Andrew Stephenson and daughter
left yesterday for Marlon, Ind..
where th? y will -pand a few weeks with
trlends and relatives.
At th?? Windsor: John Kersey, Sls
- " ? ' ln'?.d..n VI. iriru n.
town; and A. S, Wilson. IlirkTibunr,
wre the W'.-st Vlrgihlana who spent
yesterday In tb* city
Mr. Bert Swarta. the Democratic candid
.t for r?iw? fnor. has U-en confined
to M? room for rovral days with a severe
attack ?>f cholera morbus. Ho Is
r? covering and will be able to b?* out
again In a f? w days.
The West Vlrgtnlalns at th * Mcl.uro
lnnt night wcr? J W. Vandcvort. v. B.
Archcr. OJeorg- Lintnls. Varker.'hurg;
A. Itord? n. Terre Alta: I*. P. H*ss*ll.
Clarksburg. W. Palnl. Klizabctb, and
J. A. Uartlan. Cameron.
C. W. Corbln. New York: A. J. Klein,
llarrlsbutr. ?'? ; A. Lloyd. Indlalnapo11s;
11. Itott. Snlein, O.; F. L. Studevant.
Springfield, Mnw.. and H. J
Calm, of Itoadlng. were prominent oil
men ill llm jirhure yinimuuj.
Among the Wheeling p<-opl?? who lofi
for St. Louis to attend th< big convention
were L). <?. Morgan. Loulii gchwalb,
M. Itoth and wife, and Alex Martin.
Me*pr?. Chart** Htlnlein and F. C.
Ibiblnlson, of Hrldp *j?ori. an* aim there.
At the Howell Che following WMt
Vlrjjinlana figured on the register: Mr*.
A. Bremer and Kon. Sintemrill : J S.
Sldwell, Grafton, Jacob Koontz, New
Martlnftvllh*; . C. Moore nnd wife,
Minn K. Jacob*. MnnniiiKton; R. F. Polio
r. J. F. Hull an?l J. L. Tucker, Bivterevtlk
Mr. W. If. Oxtoby, of Krle. P?.. fornrerly
of Wheeling. I* the ?uest of his
brother, Mr." A. P. Oxtoby, of the
Cleveland. l?mln & Whe^ilnc ml I way.
Mr. Oxtoby was formerly In tie' Jew
lry buMnte* here ami wa* also a membi
| of the edltorlnl *tn(T of the Wheeling
Times and Register.
The West Virginian* at the Stamm
yesterday werv: J. W. Uunlevy, Cnm..
? . t? U>n..ln?l,.n
Ton; u?'in?T i\. n^n,
George W, Johnson. Martlnsburc; Ilarv*y
XV. Ilarmor. Clarksburg; X*ir?ll A.
lywls, Chart Mon; XX'nltman Karbo,
I'arkersbtirg; J. H. .McCoy, Sistcravlllc;
T. J. IMlchattl. Manntngton.
Col onH John A. Archer, of rark?TNbutg,
uifictant general pnnBt-nger agent
"t th" Ohio t mil toad. wn? here
yesterday. The colonel was formerly
general pnsenger a rent of the old
Beloto Valley road. and lnt ?r when It
became a part of the Norfolk & XX'4-stem
HVHt- m, he became district jNuuric
gcr ngent.
A MTTI.K III lh?*n a little pill. The
111 Ik gone. the pill has v on. n.? XX'itt'x
Mttle Karly I: * r-. the little
that run girat Ul>. C'hnrl-w 15'nirtie,
corner Twelfth and Market street*;
I)owl? Av Company, Bridgeport; l?cabody
? Son. Denw??*l. 2
KfirOffr Kifly Vrnm
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Fyrup has
n u-''d by trillion* of mot Iters for
their children while teething, with perf.
ct mico H r o )thes the child, ????ft
ons th?' i:u?m?, nti.tya mi pnin; cun-.i
wind ? >1!c. ??? ! ! ? t!? ? I> A f<-*r
?Jltirrhooo. Twtnly-flve cents 11 bottl.v
HPItNtf nri* a!?< ?lui -ly painlo.M whnn
I). WICI H W"It* !i II.K I Halve In promptly
;i|.p!li'tl. riil* Mtntcm-.'itt l' tru??.
A p? rf* ? i r- inr.ly for uktli dim
rtnpp'.'il hand# and lips, and never
Tills ??? cur?? I'll ChO It. Gootsc.
p-i?'r T < lftii and ,\... J t olivets;
Uo\\l?? & ?'?mr:iny. ?>or:; iYabo>lyW&
y iu"o i. f,
McKinicy Tin Canes!
Willi CROOK. All IIN'.
* :?< ?h()iil?l ?oud lii liiflr orJ?<n rorJy. Can
t? liiul on I hi
COfclZE'S PHARMACY,
JelT Mitrk^l una Twelfth StrMU.
ALL KINDi OF TO KUTED.
i:vrs rxonvrn for c.'Mssps
FltKK of niAiuit:.
If j-on nrnl ^pfrlnrlf?, r)f? tlrr or iJrail
nrlir* wlirli rrmlliiK ?r art? lug,?onwnll na
mill liaw joiirriM i tNiiilutil for u'"*ar*
frtr of rlinrtfr* IMHIriill r?r? a anrt-laltr.
If jrou limi' It l? il ntltrnt mill faUnl to
flml cln**t < jo Mill your ryra, com* <o m
noil or ?ill kHihI ?|>n lal (latin for your
nitr. \mi IrMara pnt lit 107 ?t)lr fminr.
Ml l?linl of ?!?* ? rr|i?trr?l. liulil kImm*
tnltrii llltlt ll"OB' . *??llil IJnl(| Hprlirlri
llllnl lo llir cyra from up. Mrrl fruiu
fl.no nil. I'lior. "IIKI I .
.( Iriifllli OpdrlNHNOil hpri lniui lo irfrarI
Ion of llir ryr, 11 HI Mailt at 1 rrl. I Ir ariijnartrrafor
AtfIflrlnl Krra.
thb ma cl.othik:h au pu:J.-anaii
The Grand
Review. - *
>T
i
Every eye is on us, every hand applauds, we set
tho pace, lead, by virtue of our bigness, our complete,
ness, our trueness, our liberality. The only competition
is tho Hub against tho Hub, tho present against
the past. We have fought through thick and thin
for better qualities and lower prices. We have made
ourselves a part of the great market centers of the
country. Our buyer stands guard at the very headwatnra
nf aimnlv nnd fivprv ndvantasro to be painoil U
iwvutw """I'JfV' " ~ J O ' CI
large and activj; capita!, persistent and untiring watch
fulness is yours through this great, greater store. The
history of our past few years is a succession of triumphs,
victories, unsullied by a single surrender to the temptations
of the shoddy and unreliable. Our ambitiou
has raised a high standard of worth, and our energy,
our enterprise, has paved your way to it with lowest
prices. The four great departments?Men's Clothes,
Boys' Clothes, Hats and Furnishings?are one in
policy, guarded by one guarantee. Each is complete
ifl stock, perfect in appointment, superior in service.
Our lino of Serge Suits, Serge Coats and Vests,
Alapacca and Dret-e-tate Coat, Crash Suits, and in fact
hot weather clothing of all kinds is now complete.
Extra size Serge Coats and rests for big men.
? ? ?' ? mm mm m m*. PI U
=51 I B 9 ^ uuiiers, naiieis
I lH OUO and Furnishers...
Market and Fourteenth Sts.
J^Tbe Largest and Only Strictly Ono-Prlcs House In the State.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINQS-BAER'S CLOTHING HOUSE.
RAFR\S
M. m. m. ^ i h uniu wu uuii
The convenience of it brought Readymade
Clothing into life. Such readymade as ours
lias kept it aiive; giving it the position it
should have?side by side with first-rate tailor
work. The convenience of it means: Able to
? " i
find what suits ana uis you, in an nour. *.au t
do that with ordinary readvmade, but ours
isn't ordinary. Tako SERGES, for instance.
Where else cau you find such another stock ?
Full Suits $10 (X), 512 50. Skeleton Coats and
Vests $4 00, 55 00, $6 50. Ilussian Navy and
Black.
i?> 7-r EZ CD' O W
l~i i fX O Cloning Hoise
nr\~r r=. r CTW QTPPPT.
OW l ~uu. <? k.i i < * . - - _ _
FUKN1TURE?WHITE, HANDL^Y & FOSTER.
We Have?I
Confidence in You, I
As to your paying quality. We are aware that it's impossible
to set blood out of a turnip. Do you need
Furniture or a Carpet ? If so, don't be backward in
purchasing. We know you are O. K.
J WE'LL TRUST YOU. \
i i
White, Handley & Foster,
. 2245-47-49 MARKET STREET.

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