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OUUT BALI or BOTT8-M. QOTMAS * 00.
The Greatest Sale of
SUITS &
Ever Announced.
Think of it, beginning this morning we'll sell you
the best Black or Blue Cheviot. S^ror.' or
Worsted Suit in our stock for j* j
s $10.00 s
If you intend to purchase a nici, comfortable Suit
for the coming hot season, this is your chance.
You'll never have another like it. They're <T f fj
worth $13, $15 and $16 50?they go for 4* * U
M. GITMAN & CO.
RETAIL DEPARTMENT, TWELFTH AM) MAIN NTS.
REFRIGERATORS-WHITE, HANDLEY & POSTER.
DTTDI/nrD
!%ft_l SlIV/LBl
ATORS.
THE CELEBRATED
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IS THE 8
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IN THE H
WORLD. H
ALL MADE ?
IN fj
HARD WOOD. H
WE HAVE ?
THFM FOR
AAA *?? i I I A -w ,
$4.00 UP.
CASH OR CREDIT.
White, Handley A Foster,
2245-47-49 MARKET STREET.
FREW'S FINE FURNITURE.
Fbew's Fine Fnwmro.
All New Goods
<? And New Styles.
Parlor, Bed Room and Dining Roa.n Furniture
in great variety.
Do not fail to see our special line of Ro leases
and China Cupboards.
FREW'S
FURNITURE AND CARPET STORE,
NEW LOCATION, NO. UOS MAIN SFfUIT.
KING'S DAUGHTERS.
The Convention of the West Virginia
Society Continues.
GREAT INTEREST IS EXHIBITED
In thr Work of thr Uathcrlit(-1flM D?*' ?
' XfW York, Makrt a Mirau;
dr?M on |||0 Horlnl Kvil-Otlirr Topic*
Ki|ilol(ri| bjr |)rlrg?lr* tu Hip (onvrU
Uon?N?*? Ofllcrri KIwlH VnUriUy.
Details of (he Scrrml Mrwloni.
Contrary to arrangements, the Kind's
Daughters did cipt complete the business
of their state convention last
night, and an extra session will be held
this morning at Fourth Street church.
Yesterday's sessions were brimful of
interest, attracting large crowds and
eliciting pood discussions on live, practical
topics. In the morning the convention
opened at the United Presbyterian
church. Rev. J. H. Llttell. the
pastor, led the devotional exercises and
extended a **"?lcome In behalf of his
congregation. The repom of the local
circlcs were confined to detailing the
work accomplished in the city the past
year, and they took up much of the
forenoon.
Miss Tod Palrd read the report of
the Presbyterian churches; Mrs. George
B. Caldwell, for St. Matthew's circle,
tho oldest circle In Wheeling; and th*
report of the Methodist circles was presented
by Mrs. Frank St&ntcn. Mrs.
Guy It. C. Allen spoke of the work
accomplished by the Humane society,
an organisation In close touch with th-*
Ring's Daughter*. The report showed
the legislation effected by the society's
efforts, and enumerated cases of cruelty
to animals attended to, in addition
to the cases attended to of children
amid wretched surroundings. The re
pori was a nattering testimonial 01 um
noble work accomplished by the society.
The solo of Mm. Nellie Sweetie*
Palmer was. as usual, a treat, pleasingly
ln:erspersinq th<? routine of reports.
Mm. Isabella Charles Davis, natt
nal secretary, mad- a Htirrlng address
on the social evils. Rescue work
is well looked after by the King's
Daughters, and In outlining the best
plan* for work. Mrs. Davis took
occasion to score society as It now exists.
Instancing the misery and shame
suffered fcy the fallen woman, while the
man. more to be condemned, hokis his
head up before the world, for LLe world
look? on wHh one eye closed.
Rev. C. B. Graham welcomed the delegates
In th" afternoon, when they assembled
in North Street M. E. church.
The principal busin-ss don* was the
annual election of ofllc-rs. As the convention
had previously vot"d unanimously
for Hlnton as next year's meeting
point, the member* from that town
carried off all th?? offices. The Hlnton
circle has not been organised so very
lone, but there is none mor* enthusiastic
nor energetic. The election of officers
resulted as follows:
State secretary?Mrs. O. G. Prince,
Hinton.
Com-sponding and recording secretary?
Mrs. R. J. Gaugh. Hinton.
Executive committee?Mrs. Albls,
Mr>" O. G. James. Mrs. Van Antwert,
Hinton.
A telegram of sympathy was sent to
Mr* Mary I*owe Dickinson, of New
York, world's secretary, who at present
Is very 111. the reason for her declina
tion of the invitation 10 come 10 ???<r
convention. A resolution v\a.? adopted,
pledging rhe Klnu's Daughters to follow
the principle* set forth In the
Audubon society. and to use their influence
to prevent the slaughter of birds
for millinery purpose This action is
a result of Miss Cummins' paj?er. ' Murderous
Millinery," read by her Wednesday
afternoon.
The Second Presbyterian church held
probably the largest attendance of the
convention last night, and the proceedings
were very interesting. Prof.
Hart man rendered the organ prelude,
and the choir t?an?r two pleasing anthems.
A feuture of the song service
was the duett. "Rock of Ages." by Mr*.
O- rg?? B. Caldwell and Mr. Charles
Zulauf.
Rev. Joseph Speers mad<* some excellent
remarks In bidding all welcome,
also giving expression to several good
thounhis. The pulpit and organ wore
almost hidden in banks cf choice flow ers.
while the centre of the orean was
re-.7der.dent with a large silver Maltese
cross. typical of the order.
Mrs. Davis has been the chief figure
of the convention. At every session she
made one of her magnetic addresses,
and a* presiding officer she commanded
the closest attention. She speaks us a
-- ' '-' -."-1 nnttkll
woman. ir?*e uuu? hhuuu?.. v.
orators; s-peaks In a natural, pleasing
stylo. In addressing th<> King'? Daughters
she spoke as a mother to her children.
with feeling and wisdom.
LaPt night h?*r theme was "Co-operatl^n."
She stated that the tendency of
the last century had been towards cooperation
In all linos*. The benefits of
[co-operation ore Indisputable, the said,
In any work, especially religious work.
Wonvn may do a world of good by cooperating
with cach other !n the work
of reclaiming the strayed, and In every
way co-operate with Christ In the work
of saving soul?.
She urged the delegates to go back
to their homes an J circles feeling Inspired
by the work of the convention,
and resolved to work together, nhoulder
to shoulder, creed with creed, all
filled with the determination to win for
Christ. Mrs. Davis grew eloquent In
telling of the work there wa? to do.
Incidentally telling of the conditions of
life In larger rill*-*. Her word picture*
of tenement life were graphic and Intensely
pathetic. Her closing remar'ts
were ;i great plea for united effort In
the work of the King, and for ?n extension
of the gospel. It Is a delight to
listen to .Mrs. Davis
At this morning's session at Fourth
Street church the consecration services
will be held. New members are to be
taken In and good-bye* are to be exchanged
by the delegates previous to
leaving for their homes. The convention
has given the King's Daughters
an Impetus, destined to be productive
of success In general.
Hjreri' Knn fur Von.
The management of Mozart pfirk offer
to the patrons of that popular r?1
s?rr an unusual attraction In Hy? rs*
I oolircd company. The Dayton (Ohio)
! Journal ha* this to ?iv of tho c m!
pa'iv: Hyer*' comedy company la.n
I nlffht naiiR und da.no ?l Itlclf Into the
i affection? of a flood nudienee, nnd xv'll I
I r p^t rh<? performance to-nlpht. with j
a >fiiprhanc- of pr ^mmm-.
Aside fr rn tli?? comicalities. th?* plantation
m-hs* and ?!an. < s. It In uvrth t: >lni? [
n mll<* In the rnln to hear th?? ?;ve<-t I
and powerful ton^i ? ? May C Hyers'
contrslta The house will
be < ' J to-night hear the music
n. : : u'
ItncTilrii'* Arntm Oitvr,
Tli'' 1 ' t salve In the ivorld for cuts,
bru!.-' - >: . til - r-', ml: rheum f?-vor
i -r- s. t-?:t'-r. chappcd hand*. chilblains,
r in: ? r?"i'l all ?I;In eruption*. nnd p??ltlv-:>
'ir? ! v. - ; .i v rvj-.i r !. It
| r i: ..ir i : ! to -Iv r-'*r{ > t snth? \c.
tlfM r r.- ney r ft?? ! I I*t i ? nt?
p.-r box. F r - ! !>y <m:i Drug Co
Hoses, home mad candy, ptrawborri.
s. 1. n.<ina<b*. "i nd - alee a! th?*
-? r? Ti,?u.
IlMM* S'? 111 11' ,,u
,!ny. Juno 1Mb. ^_
f.?nv HMfft# PHUfcnrah.
Junf It 13. U a?d v,a 'va-?
i"", - , . Jr. o r v n .
tmmj cmindl. EkcuijM tlekrU told
y,.r MjirtlcuJiM - ari'ly '> J (> T'?n?!.
on. S? J. UailU'. Ticket Affcnta. Wheelins
PUBLIC AFFAIRS.
There were no aeMlona of the criminal
and circuit court* yesterday. both
ti.ivlnir adjourned to convene again this
morning. Judge 1'null. vrfto recently
recently returned from MlaalBflppi* 1?
holding circuit court In Ohio county
now, Judge llervey being engaged In
the trprlnx term of the Brooke county
ClrcuH court. The mate supreme court
of app**ali? was not In *e#alon yesterday.
having adjourned until thii inoruin*j.
Iniperlrd lite C??li?r.
Yeaterday afternoon the members of
th?* city board of public WAtkl and of
the Ohio county Board or commissioners
look a trip up the National road to the
t??p of Wheeling hill, between the city
ami Fulton, where the newly purchased
*tone crusher I* at work, end Inspected
It. It was found to bo entirely satisfactory.
It -rushes eighteen tons of
stone per hour, keeping two men busy
feeding It. while several others And employment
In distributing the stone on
the road, after which the city's road
roller goes over it and a perfect macadsmixed
road 1* the result. The cooperation
of the city wit hi u road
roller and the county with its stone I
crusher Is found to be quite advantageoiw
to both.
In Clerk Itobertsou'v Oflle*.
Yesterday In Clerk Robertson's of- i
flee, a marriage license was Issued to
Charles F. Woods, aged twenty-three
year3, of Wheeling, and Katie Puff,
aged 21 years, of Pittsburgh.
The will of the late Johti Pars ho'1
was admitted to probate.
A. J. Seamon qua 11 tied as administrator
of the Marie Frazler estate; bond
si,000. _
MEMORIAL SERVICES
To bf llrld bjr Local K. of P. l<od|(l ou
Sinidav Afteruoou.
On Sunday afternoon at Pythian
emtio, corner of Twenty-seventh and
''bapllne streets, the annual Pythian
memorial services will be held, and the
occasion promises to be a memorable
one. AH of th?* local lodges will attend
In bodie*. and the four local companies
of the First battalion. Uniform Rank.
.ir?? to lend In the parade, which will be
be a notable showing.
At the services at the castle, addresses
are to b*> made by Rev. Messrs.
Clark, of Thomson M. K. church. Island;
Speers, of the Second Presbyterian
church, and Sooy, of the Fourth Street
M. E. church. ^
TO retain an abundant head of hair of
a natural color to a goth! old age. the
hjrglene of fh" scalp uurt be observed.
Apply Hall's Rair Renewer.
EXCURSIONS TO PITTBBUBGH
Via Ptnuij-lvanli Linn Jiurl), 13* 14
lid 1G.
Low rate account Jr. 0. U. A. M.
National Council open to all. For details
apply to Pennsylvania Line Ticket
Agents, J. G. Tomlinson. or J. Ballle,
ticket agents. Wheeling.
Trnnrntt f riucnnui.
The Ohio River Railroad will sell excursion
tickets to Nashville for the
Tennessee Centennial and Industrial
Exposition at rate of 112.80 for the
round trip from Wheeling, tickets limited
to eleven days. Information as to
time of trains will be furnished by John
BaIHe, City Ticket Agent. Twelfth and
Market streets, and J. G Tomllnson,
Ticket Agent. Union Station.
Sarnirrbmid Festival at Philadelphia.
The Baltimore A Ohio will sell tickets
from all points on Its lines east of Ohio
river, for all trains June 19 to 23 inclusive.
valid for return passage until
June 26. Inclusive, at rate of one single
fare for the round trip.
For further Information, call on nearest
Baltimore & Ohio agent.
To Oar Deceased Brother and Sir Kntfh t
8* !f. Hint.
At rout and in peaceful slumber*,
Relieved of all his earthly cares.
Die* he who for a *core of years and mor?
* ---* -4 ?? ?t?K PvthiaJi wares.
Ym. h* has served us. and served u* well.
Then the aico of Hmo and this life's Ills began
to toll.
Thence he faltered, but bravely stood the
tost
Until Death's strong arm carried him Into
eternal rest.
Tes, he has often stood o'er brothers'
graves?
Record* of past years can only tell?
And scattered the few grains of Mother
Earth
Upon that Pythian who was lo\*ed so well
Ills absence will be crowned with sorrow
l!y a!! within our bounds:
Hut his name will N? h*ld In reverence
While lio peacefully sleeps in the cold,
cold ground.
A BROTHER AND SIR KNIGHT.
died! 4
BERT8CHT?At Tiffin. Ohio. June J. 1R9T.
JOHN*, oldest son of Mrs. Nellie and the
lato Michael Bertschy. formerly of Bellalre,
Ohio, aged 33 years and 2S days.
Funeral from residence of his grandmother,
No. 41 Fifth street, on Friday
morning at S o'clock. Mass at St. Joseph's
cathedral at 5:30 o'clock. Friends
of family respectfully invited to attend.
Interment private at Mt. Calvary cem- i
etery.
HIRST?On Wednesday. June 9. 1?7, at
ti a. m.. at No. W Nineteenth street. |
SAMUEL N. HIRST, aged 63 years. 1
month and 15 days.
Funeral from First Baptist church, corner ,
Twelfth and Byron streets, Friday at I
2 o'clock p. m. Interment at Penlnsu- I
lar cemetery. Friends of the family !
are Invited to attend.
TOPF~On Tueaday, Jun?? S. 1*97, at his iat? 1
residence. No. S Movaton ?tr*?et. at i
9:.vi o'clock p. m . HENRY J. TOPP.
bk'"J 38 years. 2 month! and 2 days.
Funeral on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Service** at German M. E. church at
2;30 o'clock. Friends of the family
re.*T>ectfully Invltev! to atumd. Interment
at Mt. Zlon cemetery.
BOU'KRS?At Benwood. W. Va. on
Thursday. June 10, IC<". at 1 o'clock ti.
m.. IDA RKRETCA. dauchtw of William
A. and Margaret J. Rowers. a*ed
19 years.
Funeral nolle" heron ft t
UNDERTAKING.
LOUIS BERTSCHY,
(Formerly of Frew & Bcrtachy.)
Fonerai Hirwtor and Arterial Kmbilmcr,
1111 MAIN STREET. EA8T SIDE.
Call* by telephone answered day ?
night. Store telephone. 635; residence. fiOC
LSMDV I. IRINN.
<>r?da?te of I1. S. College of f mbalmieq,
riMRAL DIRICIOR AND LM3ALMER,
With J* ALEXANDER FREW.
I "IW illAI.I Biltnntt
Trfrphon** IV).
BRUEMMER & HILDEBRAND,
11MRU D1RICT0RS k\D IMBU?HRS.
(nrnrr Mdrkrl And 224 Strr-tv
Telephone CC7. Open Day and Night.
tii > :.'?
DRUOGIST8.
Parma Violet <?
T* flic name of a POPULAR Violet
"
At 10c a Cake, or
Three Cakes for 25c.
Try It Wr also handle Colgate's anil
other Urm-clas* brands
j j?R.R LIST, DRUGGIST..*
1010 MAIN STREET.
BBROB 8UITS?KBAU8 BROS,
WRAIIQ RDnc
i vi irrv/w wi. IVUi
Serge Suits
Make the most comfortable as well
as the most genteel of Summer Suits,
and are always In style. Our assortment
this season of Serge is larger
and better than ever. We have them
made up in every conceivable way.
Lined, half lined and skeleton-either
in Silk or Italian.
n n iMa *
prices Range $0, $iu ana $1^.
KRAUS BROS.,
WHEELING'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE. 1319 MARKET STREET.
BABY CARRIAGES?0. MENDEL, 4e CO.
Baby Carriages!
The Latest Productions of tbe Best Makers.
% ueBUY Hue i;
I-^baby.^: j |
v//|jd?- oo? Ytwo
Our Stock is Entirely New. All This Season's Carriages.
G. Mendel & Co.,
1X24 MAZPJ STREET.
CnoniiPcmQii-ci7oH r.nmhin*tion Refricrerator and
Water Cooler. Just the Thing for your bed"room.
THIS WEEK'S BARGAINS?GEO. R. TAYLOR CO.
Geo. R. Taylor Co.
THIS WEEK'S BARGAINS.
Black Ostrich Boas Marked Down.
S 8.00 Boas marked down to .... $ 6.00
$10.00 Boas marked down to .... $ 8*00
$13.00 Boas marked down to .... $ 9.00
$16.00 Boas marked down to ... . . $12.00
Summer Underwear.
Ladies' and Children's, in Lisle, Gauze and Silk, In all
grades and sizes.
Summer Corsets. Summer Hosiery.
Lisle and Cotton, Fast Black and Leather Color. Complete
lines in both colors.
PRINTED DIMITIES, Fine Styles, marked down to I2^c.
LAWN WRAPPERS Marked Down.
SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK.
Geo. R. Taylor Co.
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