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C'HASU UUIT8-M. OUTMAM & 00.
iThat arc made right, fit right, and are; priced right.
The goods arc thoroughly shrunk before being! made,
and they don't look like a rag after being worn 'a. few
days. Many new patterns and designs, exclusive with
us. Prices $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50.
SERGE COATS AND VESTS $3.75 and $5.00.
WHITE DUCK PANTS $1.00 and $1.50.
MANHATTAN SHIRTS, in Silk, Madras and
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, Cuffs to Match, 50c, 75c
BICYCLE SUITS, All Wool, $5.00 and upwards.
LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR, All Grades,
Plain aiitf Fanay.
I5ICYCLE LEGGINS, Belts, Shirts and Trousers.
RETAIL DEPARTMENT, MAIN AND TWELFTH STREETS.
BABY CAItBIAGES-JOS. GRAVES' SON.
Our llth annual season for
the Excelsior Sleeping Couch.
We have 'em as low as SI2,
the regular SIS kind.
Jos. Graves' Son,
26 Twelfth Street.
FURNITURE- ALEXANDER FREW.
^lch, after the disastrous fire of a year ago, Is now* opened In larger and
ktter shape for the accommodation of guests In scarch of health and pleas
*re, presentB Itself to Its former Wheeling patrons as the most desirable hotel
*hlch to locato when at Cambridge Springs. Free bus to and from all
trains and springs. Public rooms are of large'size and well lighted, Inelud
totf ofllcft, dining room, bath rooms, billiard room and bowling alley. Cham
ps with prlvato baths and toilets and everything thai tends to make a homo
?lxe and comfortable resort. For rates apedy to
HAOGF.RTY & WHITt, Proprietors, .... Cambridge Springs, Pa,
THE NEW CAMBRIDGE,
Formerly New Cambridge House,
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, PA.
V-; - \:
Furniture, Carpets, Etc.
1208 Main Street.
The styles are here, the high quality is
here, the reasonable priaes you have
been looking for are here. There's
everything that makes your furniture
buying easy. There is every induce
ment that will cause you to buy and
bring you back again. Come in and see
our special line of fine leather, panti
sote and velour Couches. The goods
and prices will interest you.
household goods. .
ice cileall kueezelis.
CAS ok gasolene stoves.
stands foltwatjir coolers
"""heil tluilno for oas stoves.
roitll'an and ewe oas ranges.
s>,tibv? tho ]ar?<!bt nwinrtment ot
?jyion of those koo<jh in tho city,
ana our prices Jiro tlio lowest.
Nesbitt & Bro.,
1312 Market Street,
If yon purchonfi or mnkn a loan on real
cstnto Jtavo tho titlo Inuurc-il by tho
Wheeling Title and Trust Co,
NO. inir. MAHKKt 8TIIKKT.
II. M. nUBSHLL. President
L. F. STlPEIi Secretary
C. J. RAWLIN'G Vlco President
WM. 31. TRACY A.ns't. Secretary
a. K. E. GILCH III ST.. Examiner o t Title*
MA CHIN 13 BY.
J}KDMAI. St CO.;
AND MANUFACTURERS OF MAKING
AND STATION Alt Y ENOJNES.
Jul* V/lictjillllf, W. Vo.
There will be Three Recruiting
Offices here flcxt Week.
OFFICIOS FROM CAMP THOMAS
THLL BE Hunt) 0.\ MONDAY TO
OPEN A RECRUITING OFFICE
FOR THE PURPOSE OK WIINQ
I.va THE FIllST'S STRENGTH TO
1T8 QUOTA?THE IMMUNE COM
PANY WILL IlK HEADY FOR
MUSTEHINO IN ON MONDAY.
CAPTAIN' WILLIS" COMPANY
| TV hen th* war begun (tome unreason
ing people ami an evening paper that
is noted for Its ridiculous statements
regarding most topics which It under
takes to handle, wcro afrlnct that
WliceHijg wouldn't have a home com
pany in the troops to bo sent against
Now that there are two recruiting
offices In full blast hero and another to
be opened on Monday, nobody will fool
Inclined to dispute the fact that Wheel
ing Is being given the chanco to send a
full quota of her young men to the
J1?.?. th!rd Tcrultlrlc office hero will
... opened on Monday by Lleulenunt C.
V?n?r. ?f Company M (Mounds
y"?>, J'lrst regiment W. Vo. Vol. Inf
?,<'n.lleuvor 10 njt 'he regiment to
Its tuM strength, of which It now lucks
?mi men. Major Banks nt Huntington.
Lieutenant Eaton at Fairmont, and
Lieutenant Conner at Wheeling will at
tempt to secure ICO recruits each.
IMMUNES TO MUSTER IN.
Captain Franzhelm's company, frhtch
Is to be attached to the Fourth U. S.
V ol. Inf. (one of the Immune regiments)
will probably be mustered in next Mon
day morning. Lost night a telegram
waa received from the recruiting oltlcer,
?ho has Just mustered In Company t]
Parkersburg, asking, when; the
" heeling, company wouUl be ready fur
muster. Captain l-'ranzhclm replied by
wire that the full quota of eighty-live
men would be enlisted on Monday, when
the sompany would be ready.- So It 13
probable the Wheeling Immunes will go
to Frcdorleksburg, Va., the place of ren
dezvous, early next week.
CAPTAIN WILLIS- COMPANY.
Captain Wills' companyot- the Sec
ond West Virginia regiment,'which wis
figure as part ot West Virginia's quota
In the second call, is being drilled every
other night, and: new recruits are com
Ing in at a Hvely rate. The company is
now nearly up to its required strength
A movement has been suggested look
ing tow-aril the citizens of Wheeling fur
nishing this company with the regula
tion. warm weather canvas uniforms.
The chamber of commerce, however,
cannot father the movement, all' of the
energies of that body being directed-to
ward making the reunion of the Army
of West Virginia a success. .TcJAi;;.! c.'":
AT CAMPV THOMAS.
Camp George H. Thomas,; Chicka
mauga, Ga.. June 9.?Last night be
tween 1 and 2 o'clock a, m., the occu
pants of tent N. 9. of Company M.,
were awakened by a terrific storm rag
ing .without, and .peering out between
the flaps of the tent J hey could see the
Hashes of lightning and hear the roll of
thunder and the d?iwn-pour of rain.
They -hustled out, and secured the tent
from being blown down by tightening
the ropes, and saw that the ditches were
in good shape to carry off the large vol
umes of water poring down into them.
About this time one of .-the rboys'.!be-?
gan to get his eyes open, , and collected
his scattering thoughts from wander
ing o"*r mountain and dale to the home
?*i tne "girl he left behind" him in West
Virginia. He cast his eyes skyward,
and. lo, the stars were shining forth
In all their glory, not a cloud to bo
seen In the whole heavens. The "storm"
was all a put-up Job on the boys; a
number of comrades, ono or two with
buckets of water, and others with
switches repaired to tent No. 9, and
while some of them threw water on the
tent the others shook the poles with the
switches to give the appearance of a
down-pour of hail. The lightning they
saw was the flashing of the Are at the
Mr. and Mrs. Budd and the postmas
ter of Chattanooga, were camp callers
on Mr. Walter Sweney this week. Mrs.
Budd was formerly Miss Bertie Mor
rison, of Wheeling.
The Second regiment band, of In
diana, serenaded Col. Splllman's quar
Robert Webster, colored,, of Charles
ton, W. Va., is the youngest person in
this regiment. Ho is only sixteen
years old, and says he is pleased with
camp life. He was attached to the ser
vice of Captain Humphreys while at
Camp Lee. '
This morning in battalion drill Cap
, tain Humphreys had command of tho
first battalion in the absence of Major
I Company M. now has only one man,
I Charles Bran-trier, In the hospital. We
are becoming used to tho climate.
| The guard house was full to over
| flowing this morning with boys who
tried to create disturbances at the
| theatre last night.
I Private Mosler has been detailed as
one of the "canteen" stewards, and
| will be relieved of company service
| while the detail lasts.
| The correspondent of the Pittsburgh
1 Dispatch now has patrons of that paper
reading stories of spotted fever at this
camp. It would not be surprising to
hoar of the readers of the .Dispatch
having that Journal's correspondent
spotted qs a lunatic.
The Chatttanooga Times, in epeaklng
of tho West'Virginia regiment, says
the ladies of that place have taken pity
on our regiment, and will take up a
collection to buy us a flng. If reports
are true, they can show their interest
in us and patriotism In some other mat
ter. but we will soon bo In possession of
I a beautiful flag, presented to the regi
I ment by Moundsvllle friends.
j The distance from our hist pay day
I is growing further away each day. ns
will be testified to by the rapidly- dc
1 creasing number of poker* (tallies, as
I well as the Increasing number of empty
It has become <iulte a "fad" among
members of different regiments to
Irade buttoim. Some of the boys havo
traded around until their eoat buttons
represent many different slates.
Lleutcntant Conner, of Company M?
Sergeant J.ake. of Company a. Cor
poral Taylor, of Company 11., Private
William Gallahor, of Company <3., ami
Franklin Shearer, of Company B.. have
been appointed ns a recruiting lionrd
for the lirst battalion to recruit tho bat
talion to lis full quota. It Is under
stood that they will leave fur Wheeling
In a few days, where they will lirn
open-their recruiting oiilee. Tills will
Gluo those In Wheeling and Mpumlavllie
who want ot got to tho front a chanco
to got-Into the third battalion.- Last
night there wan a pleasant event ;it
this camp. The occasion was a banquet
given by the officer* of the 'third bat-'
billon to a number of society ladles of
Chattanooga. Toasts, singing and
other pleasant pastimes approprlato
for nuch an occasion were Indulged-In
and at a late hour the guests departed
are cautioned against spurious wators sorved out
of rulilled afollinaris bottles or out of bottles
with labels and cork brands resembling thoso used'for
Tho imprisonment of a Philadelphia offender, who was
heavily lined, and the indictment of ono in Chicago,
is assurance that all complaints niaile to us of such illegal
practices will recoivo vigorous attontion.
Uuitod Agency Company, 503 Fifth Avo., Now York,
THE APOLLINARIS CO., LTD., LONDON.
for their homos. The officers of th?
| Fourteenth Minnesota cnme over with
their band, and Joined in the. enjoy
I ment of tho occasion. C. E. E.
Do teachers make the efforts they
should make to get the co-operation 01
tho parent In their work? is a ques
tion-that should bo brought before
every teachers' meeting whenever and
wherever held. In the majority of in
stances In which the teacher falls In
governing, the fault lies in the lack of
co-operation on the part of the parent.
Parents, without wishing to do it.
weaken the Influence of the teacher by
speaking in a slighting' manner' con
cerning her in the presence of their
children. They do not think of what
?they nre doing, for did they consider
the Injury they are doing their child
ren they would be very chary of their
remarks In the presence of their child
ren. No difference what the cause may
be, the teacher's influence over the child
is weakened by every such remark
made by the parent. Now, It Is Just as
much the duty of the parents. If they
have grievances, to see the teacher, as
It la the duty of the teacher to see the
parents if she feels that they are not
doing as they should do. The duty is
reciprocal, and neither can shirk It.
An Instance came under the observation
of the writer during the past week.
A mother came to him with bitter com
plaints against one of the teachers, oc
which, as a mater of course, he knew
nothing. The mother was sent to the
teacher, and after a very few minutes*
"conversation she went away, satisfied
that things were very different from
what she imagined they were; and so
It will be In ninety-nine cases out of
?every hundred if the proper effort is
'tnade on the part of either.
Apropos to the above was the talk of
Superintendent Anderson to k the
Eighth ward teachers at their general
meeting, on Wednesday last. He made
Che following polnts:Thereare four per
sons Interested In the welfare of the
child, viz. two parents, the teacher and
the pupil. They ure perhaps not
equally interested, but ho mado the
point that by a. proper effort on the
tho part of the teaeher the parents
could be won over to her side, for they
lovo their children above everything in
flie "world. Teachers should remember
this In oil their dealings with both par
ent and child. There are pupils who Im
agine the teacher has a grudge or pique,
against them If they Insist on their
good behavior, anil it is Just as natural
as life for the parent to side with the
pupil unless the matter Is fully under
stood. It Is the. teacher's privilege, as
well as duty, to see to it that the par
ent does understand when atjy difficulty
occurs. As'ion'g as nil are human there
wll be misunderstanding, but If parent
and teacher work together for the good
of the school there will be no difficulty
In having good order, without which
no school can succeed.
The work of preparation for the com
ing meeting of the West Virginia Edu
cational Association goes on apace,
and by the time ot the meeting we will
be ready to give the visitors such a
reception as will cause them all to be
glad they came, and also to cause them
to wish to come again. Let all remem
ber the time of the meeting. June ^5
and 30. The first meeting will be helu
In the hall of the high school building
at 10 o'clock a. m.. "Wednesday. On
Tuesday afternoon and night the meet
ings will be held at the Park Casino.,
Tho reception and banquet will be held
there; We ought to make this a mem
orable time, educationally, and if all
work together to that end. It will be all
the most sanguine could wish It to be.
State Superintendent of Schools J. It.
Trotter Is expecting this to be the
greatest meeting of the association ever
held in the state,. Why should It not
be so? This Is the Ilrst of its meetings
ever held In our city, and let us all
determine to make it the best one.
From all reports received, this year
hns been by far the be3t year tho West
Virginia University hns ever experi
enced. Our university is now taking
rank among tho,very best in the land,
and ia a few years, If It continues to
Increase In efficiency and thoroughness
as It has during the past year, It will
bo counted one of the leading Institu
tions of the land. What an opportuni
ty is opened for those teachers who
wish to Improve themselves during va
cation! There Is no prettier place any
where than Slorgantown, the seat ot
the university, and the summer session
is just what tho progressive teacher
needs No doubt many will avail
themselves of tho opportunity, and be
ready to begin next year's work with
a great uplift received from the associ
ations enjoyed at the university.
What a host ot young men and young
women are Just now launching their
barks on the sea of lite, as commence
ment after commencement sends out
Its quota. May they all profit from
their scliol experience, and become 0ood
and successful students and workers In
tho great ^oo.^
Myron T. Hcrrlck, one ot the receiv
ers ot the Wheeling & Lake Erie'Hall
way Company, In speaking ot the pro
posed reorganization of thai. road said
Vesterday, at Cleveland: "While I hn\e
no inside Information in the matter,
! i am ot tho opinion <."iat the reorgan
ization plan will go through successful
ly. and will gs into effect by January
' "'"beenmo a receiver for the road
about eighteen months ago, and since
that time ive have doubled Its earn
ings cut ll? expenses In halt, expended
fully 51.000.000 In Improvements, nml
now there is a comfortable balance on
the right side ot the ledger.
DON'T tall toiseo the bicycle race
at the aiassworkers'"Picnic, Saturday,
June 11. at the State Fair grounds,
Grimm's Ice cream and refreshments
Hervcd un tlio grounds.
For Infauts and Children.
AN EPW0IUI1 RALLY.
Tile Laat Ci.Ih.rlm U?tor? Ihn Approach
ing Couvmllou ll'U l**' Sta'1'?A
K rally o( -the local tind neighborly
chapters of the Epworth League win
held ot Fourth street church last night,
but owing to the rain storm the attend
ance was necessarily limited to Wheel
ing members of the league, and the
original programme was1 abandoned.
Not all the Wheeling chapters were rep
resented, but the meeting was very
enthusiastic for the coming lilg con
Mr. E. 0. Mossburg presided. The
first spcukcr Was Rev. B. B. Crummltt.
of Wesley M. R. church, who empha
sized the inspiration all would receive
from such a biff gathering of young
Methodists, as would he here the end or
the month. ?
Rev. Mr. Waters, pastor of Slmpfon
H. e. church, who was present with
nfearly every member of the chapter of
his church, made a happy and enthual
litstic address. He| stated that the color
ed Methodists had always been a strong
bulwark of Methodism, and the Ep
worth Leaguers of Simpson church
fitood prepared to.do all In their power
for the convention's Buccese.
There were eight ministers on the
programme for remarks, but only three
were present. Rev. Dr. Sooy, the third
speaker, made the address of the eve
ning, forceful and to the - point. lie
complimented the various committees
In charge of the details of the conven
tion, and said that It couldn't be paid
next month that some things necessary
were omitted, or things .done W*A|P
ought not to have teen done. The
finance commute had raised over ?1.00J.
the committee on decoration had made
marvellous progress, the entertainment
committee had secured plenty of ac
commodations fo? visitors, and best of
all the central committee had worked
as one man. doing an unexpected large
amount of work.
Taking the first letters of the names
of the central committee, Cartwright,
Bown, Glesey, Moore and Lnkens, Dr.
Sooy made them stand fof "Come,
Bring Great Multitudes of Ladles.
This remark caused a laugh to go
around, and .Dr. Sooy's address
throughout sparkled;with humor and
point. The closing musical numbers
were furnished by Simpson chapter,
which sang with true musical appreel- |
Ami Concert Occur* ?t WheolliiR P?rk j
Coiluo on Next Wediie??lujr.
Next Wednesday evening, at the.|
Wheeling Park Casino occurs the
Arlon's sommernachtsfest and concert,
and the singing society will be assisted
by Prof. H. M. Shockey, director, and
the Opera. House orchestra. The con- ,
cert programme Is as follows:
Ovorture?"Tancred" ......????;?&>' Bossinl I
Opera House Orchestra.
Chorus a capella? ,
(a) "Roeslem wn? Wue3,;.JbUyaph. Orth
/v>\ "?'Divie Land"?arranged for male
chorus....by Frank von der Stucken
Arlon Singing Section.
soprano Sol^-"Se 5aran I
Mrs. Flora Williams. ]
Violin Sol^;;I^nta='0.^?"e;by D?! Beriot
Bass 8ol0-"Tho M'Ut, ObfyShSn .^..l
Mr. H. W. Hughes.
(a) Chorus and Solo -with Piano Accom
panlment? SchoVmenlled (Fnv?* ,
lous Song) by Max von Wo nzterl
(b) Chorus a capella?"Es steht elno j
Llnd" (Tho Linden Tree)............ ,
by Edwin Forschner
A lion Singing Section. i
Mr. \Vm. M. Cleraans.
Mnf Flora Williams and Mr. 3L
Chorus with Brass Band Accompainl
ment? '"Maennerfestgeaang (A. |
United Country)? by c- Kuntzo
Arlon Singing Section and Opera
The Star Spangled Banner........ ......
Singing Section and Audience, with
Piano and Brass Band Accompani
Before the concert ^here will bo a
promenade lasting froni 7 to 8:15 i
o'clock. After the concert the Casino
floor will bo cleared for dancing, ""Lien
will continue to 1 a. m.
The Wheeling & Elm Grove will run
a special train to the Park, departing
at 7:30 p. m? and returning will leave
tho Casino station at 11:10. 13 and 1:10
LET every one "be sociable," and
come and enjoy -yourself at the Glass
workers' Picnic at the State Fair
Grounds, Saturday, Juno 11. Ortam s
ice cream and refreshments will be
served on the grounds.
To'etlo.Ohln ni.ct Helnril vl" U. A.O.
June 16 and 10 the Baltimore & Ohio
will sell excursion tickets to Toledo and
return at rato of Sfi.23, valid for return
passage until June HO inclusive.
ONLY S17 75
For the Round'Trip to Dalas, Texas,
via Baltimore & Ohio, Account Im
perial Council, Nobles- of Mystic
June 11 ond 12 the Baltimore ft Ohio
will sell excursion tickets to Dallas,
Texa* and return, at the extremely low
rate of J17 75, good returning until Juno
;S, Inclusive. For further Information
aiinlv nt 1200 Market street,or Baltimore
& Ohio station. T. C. BURKE.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
ONF. MINUTE Is not long, yet relief
Is obtained In half that time by tllo use
of One Minute Cough Cure. It pre^
vents consumption and quickly cures
colds croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la
grippe and all throat and lung troubles.
Charles It. Goetr.e. Market and Twelfth
streets: Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth
and Jacob streets: A. E. Scheelilc, No.
G07 Main street: Kxley Bros., 1'enn and
jjaue streets: Bowie & Co., Bridgeport.
** l>|>r.[ I'll.. I Helling l'llr,.
I SYMPTOMS?Moisture: Intense Itch
ing and stinging: most nl night: worse
by scratching. If allowed to continue
tumors form, ivhlch often bleed tmd Ul
cerate. becoming very sore. WAYNE'S
OINTMENT stops tho Itching and
bleeding, heals ulceration, and In most
cases removes the tumors. At drufi
i-lsts. or by mall, for -0 cents. Dr.
Swafne & Son, Philadelphia. Refuse
all substitutes. ) tths&w.
Comiuviirtiusni Ocenrreil L*.t K?a
*M'l?l'?rroll Clol> Ati,llcorum-\n
e.ll.ilt I'm jramiitn irni llamltrtil.
The Inclement weather was a I
In lessening the attvndanco last nl(
the cJohIdb cnlertnliim?nt of :bo a
dral hold In tho C
Club auditorium, otherwl?o.tho
iweked houje would tmvo result
iplendld entertainment was re
ltjc Mng appropriately com
for tho jirlnclpjl feature, the "Wit
JVMenburc," and they acquitted
??lvra with credit to tholr teaclieri
, The programme carried out,
Chorus?"Fairy Uell?".......,H. A.
THE WITCH OP ROSRNBU
A Drama In Three Acts.
Countess Anna Von ftoseuburfr,;.
Lotthj, school ttachnr ; Carrier H?U
Opetonen. her friend ....Mnraiu Clancy
Frau Plumper, tho burgomasters wl/sy?;;
Frau Seinniel, the hakcr'a lvlfe^l^nK
Frau Zucki'p, the grocer's wlfo;
PU?ln ?m ^'Schort-KatlM^ffi
worth, Slnmli' Miliqr. An*' J
"VCarroll. LJsrio Shaw, Anna|ft*|a!<; ;
v?;.ite . tho acts- by tho Class of
violinists?Masters V. Owens, H&W.'r
Oumlllnjr, J. McCann, E. Varlay and.
At the conclusion of the pmirrMitrM.i
uiuhop Donahue distributed tbeSwSs
luros, with neat and well chosan re^J
Premiums fdr honor were awarded ak
follows: . T
Oojd Cfsiwns-Keirlna Friesc, Reilni
Morgan,^ ary Lynch, Teresa SchAfeS
*nwcls idnden. Elsie Dlerlnger. ?' ; v *
Christian dootrlne?Katie Flahekfet, %
Composition?Mnggle Clancy. * ij g
Map drawlngo-Llr.nle B.iizor. / f
Book-keeping?T-^oJe Hell. '
Freehand drawing-Mary Simmonsg K
in the primary grade, al silver ni?S2?
ror excellence, donated by Rev. O.'Kj'
aioye, wad awarded to Frances Lin Sen.
In the grammar grade, a gold medaj'
ror excellence, donated by Kev.-O/ IL
-uoye, was awarded to .Mary Mlller&J W
' *"?** ? ?
Excnralou to LonlavUle, Ky.t rU It. &0.
Account A n n fin ( Meeting National
Conned Jr. O. U, A. 3f.
,?t,n,bove occasion, on Juno 13 and
20 the Baltimore & Ohio will sell cicur
slon tlchetH to Louisville and return at
26 Inclusive0' B00d rv'lurnlui>' u!lU1 Jons
1I01'?S'S?9"Nr?n mornlnff, Junott.
'.V..?' J:C3 o clock, ANJfllJr. ?if?
of William J. Morrison. Jr. (nee'Annie
ir uiys ae 26 years' 10 nionth^sSI
Funeral from tho residence of her slater,
Mrs. James Hammond, 28 Forty-sev
enth street, Sunday afternoon'at:2;30
o'clock. Frlonds of the family arSSE
vlted to attend. Interment at ait. Zlon
UND ERTAKIN O.
[ PUIS, BERTSCHY,
funeral Director ani
1117 3Ialn Stroot, WcstSHtol|
Calls by Telephono Answered 'riat^^
or Njght Store Teloph^o (SE%
? Phone?"": C0C- A=3lsta,u'!' T^lnj.
Alexander fTTeuv ' t
Funeral Director ana Embalmer,.
1208 MAIN ST. ~~r,!V'
Cnder Competent Management. N
Telephones?Store. 23; Residence. HOJ
bruemmer & hildebrand,
rU.VERAL DIRECTORS A.VD EMBUMERS, '
Corner MjrltL ontl 22d Streets
Telephone 207. Open Day and N!cht
CW3THINO-?D. OtnrolJNO to CO.
ISA AT : ~^
If "manners make the man," his clothes arc part ot his man
ners?Spmctlmcs a large, part.
Thii.meaiis, if you ttike it seriously (and it isn't all joke), that
8 good clothes and good manners together make about a'l there
is of some men?and J the better the clothes and manners, the
5$ better those men. '
; And as we never heard of a matt being unmade or undone by
good clothes, to say nothing of manners, the argument for
. appears to be sound, and this is the label under the coat collar.
'.Your money back if you want it. No better manner or matter
i I; than that. But you ought to remember besides that our prices
/ arc CLOSE. Nowhere else will you get more for a dollar.
?1' i Piles o fliot weather clothing awaiting a visit from you
34 and 36 Twelfth Street.
MARKED DOWN SA.LE?GEO. R. TAYLOR CO.
MASKED DOWN SALE
GEO. R. TAYLOR CO.
' Our regular semi-annual sale of Ladies' Cambric Underwear
will begin Monday morning, and continue during the week.
This spccial sale will^embrace our entire stock of
GOWNS, SKIRTS, CHEMISE,
DRAWERS and CORSET COVERS,
and offers greater inducements to. the ladies than anv previous
sale. THE JIARKED DOWN PRICE on"each garment not
?more than you would have to pay. for the materials. Every piece
manufactured to order for our retail trade. The whole stock?no'
rcrcrvation?on cqunters and tables near the entrance. t
'MARKED DOWN PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES. <
This sale will not in any way interfere with the special sale
of Suits and Skirts to be continued this week.
Geo. R. TaySor Co.
2? Reel Letter Clearance Sale
Is not a sale of cheap furniture, but a sale of GOOD FURNITURE
CHEAPr and you can pay the bill a little at a time, weekly or monthly.
This Combination Bed Room Suite,
antique oak finished drosscr
with 18x24 Frcncli bevel plate
mirror, white enamel iron bed,
instead of wood bed, and with
large washstand, makes a very
pretty suite, and well worth
$20. Red Letter Sale Price
500 Carriages now on sale.
The Red Letter Prices com
All assorted now subjects, in
Bronze Green Frames, 24x28
inchos. Regular pricc Sl.50.
Red Letter Sole Price
Cf Beautiful Couch, upholstored in silkr valour or corduroy, X
9 a'l now shades, 28 inches w)de?"o;fo$t: 6. inches long, Y
v host springs, deep tuftinci tho regular SI2.03 EA vj ;0 X
^ kind. Rel Letter Prico r " * * * $/??" - S
p . - Bed Lounge, upholstered in tapestry f.
$ i Carpet, full 48 inches wide when open, 4
9 ' has soft cotton top mattress, antique S
q oak frame, a good value at $12.00. ?
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t Handsome Spring Soat Coiich^^hotsterod in American N ) ?
18R6.*^"."sw;r:$ut $? |
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I House & Herrmann, ' j
| THE HOME PROVIDERS, Fourteenth and Market Streets, Wheeling, \V. Va. $