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fron THB MHN-8TONB la TUOMAS.
Saturday:** place on sale 30 dozen- Gents' Superior Quality
Negligee Shirts, Fast Colors. ;The kinds you; see in other
stores at 50c. Saturday cadi. ..
SEE WINDOW! DISPLAY OF TIIESR
25 dozen Men's Fine Madras'Cloth Negligee Shirts, with Cuffs
'to match. Never hail any so good to sell less than 75c. Sat
Men's Fine Egyptian Ribbed; also Silk Finished IJalbriggaii
Summer Underwear. Saturday per suit
Gents' Extra Fine Silk Finished French Balbriggan Underwear,
made of full combed Egyptian yarn, full cut sizes. Saturday
per suit .'. .... t
WEN'S COLLARS AND CUFFS,
For this sale we offer 100 dozen Men's 4-ply Linen Collars, in
no styles. Regularly sold at iajc; also 50 dozen Men's Cuffs,
j link or round. Regularly sold at 20c, at the following prices:
Cuffs per pair ;
LADIES' WASH WAISTS,
'Another invoice of over a hundred dozen arrived just in time for
Saturday's trade. Ladies' Waists made of Pcrcales, Ginghams
? and Madras Cloth, Blouse Fronts, Self .Collars, elegant colors.
Ladies' Waists made of.Fine Ginghams, Fine White P. K.'s,
Ducks, Lawns and Percales, Blouse Fronts, Plaited Backs,
an exceptional assortment. Saturday each
Ladies' Waists made of Fine Silk Madras and Zephyr Ginghams,
made with Laundried Blouse Shirt Front, Self Collars and
Cuffs, Plaited Backs. Bought to retail at S2.00. Saturday
Ladies' Medium, Short and Full Dress Summer Corsets; also
Tail-or Made and Health Supporter Corsets with Shoulder
Straps, all sizes, Black, Drab or White. Saturday each. ......
LADIES' WASH SKIRTS.
Ladies' White P. IC Dress Skirts, made extra full, all lengths,
6-inch Hems, Plaited Backs, well worth $1.25. Saturday
MOSMN UMDERWEAR?G30. M. SNOOK ft CO.
Begins & & & & 0 ' I
Thursday, the 9th. .if
ONLY Preparations for this Important yearly
THE event were begun weeks ago. This sale
BEST. la therefore not a spasmodic impulse of
_____ the moment, but rather the culmination
PRICES oC hours of careful study of shapes and
; IN PLAIN styles, and of comparisons of values.
FIGURES. We have reasons to believe that this
_____ particular sale will meet with more than
FORTY usual favor. A few price suggestions
SALES which will show you the folly of buying
LADIES. tho materials to mako up.
nnwNS F0R W0MEN
UUWLw and children.
Good Muslins Gowns 47o each.
Embroidered and Tucked Gowns 49c,
B&o, 65c and G9 each.
Embroidered and Laoe Trimmed Gowns
73c, 76c, 79c, 83c, 89c and 98a
Embroidered, Lace Trimmed and Tuck
ed Gowns $1.11, $7.13, |l.29 and up to
CORSET COVERS UK
Embroidered Corset Covers 10c each,
"V" and Square Neck at 15c and 23a
"V" and Square Neck Laoe Trimmed
25c and 20c.
Loco Trimmed, Blouao Shape Corset
Covers 29c, 39c and 59a
Extraordinary variety all the way up
to $2.30 each.
Plain ToclceG Muslin Skirts 25c, 39c end
Tucked and Lace Trimmed Kklrta 49c,
5Go and 73c.
Embroidered and KuOad Skirts 89c
Embroidered ?j?fl Trtrnmed Skirts
I1.W.. SLW. >XTa, 4J.M, *?.39, 5167 and
tip to |5 29.
Tucked Muslin Drawers 23c and 25a
Tucked and Embroidered Drawers 37c
39o and 43a
Tucked, Embroidered and Laoe Trim
mod Drawers 47c,.4Pc and 50a
Tucked and Embroidered Umbrella
Drawers 37c, 50c, 59c and 79c.
Cnmbric Drawers trimmed with Lace
and Embroidery C9c, 79c, 89a 98c and
up to 51.93.
Children's Drawers, tucked, 10c up. Em
broidered 15c up.
Four-Piece Cambric Underwear Suits,
handsomely trimmed with Loco and Embroidery 53.95 to 516.90
N?w Shapetj in Ladles and Children's White Aprons. V $
7Jand*omoly trimmed high colored Dimity Matinees at '.,...51,39 and 51.93
Plain and Lac* Trimmed 55c.
P.ufflcd Cambrio Chemi** ?9a
Embroidered and LaeoTrltomim <Bc, 45c,
49c, 50a 58a 73o, 7in, 83o, 53c and up
tThis is the time of the year we clear up small lots, left over from
fhe Wholesale Department at ONE-HALF PRICE. Also re
duced z large number of patterns.
8c Paper for 5c.
, izjc Paper for......,. 8c.
, ? 15c Paper for ? 10c.
'A variety of Papers above 50c at ONE-IIALF. PRICE.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO
hot oil Slicj, not oil kinds,
but plenty of thorn In black
anil colors; nl/ci 2Xto 3S(.
5IIOL StLLEB. + 1040 MAIS.
DILLON, WHEAT &
k Working Man
must have shoes
strong and durable
and at a price that ho
can afford to nay.
"Wo don't sell trash, but
wo do sell
working shoes that ore
solid, reliable and comfortable,
ao eliding scale of prices hero.
Ifo upo and downs.
arc marhed In plain figures.
You get the same
prices as your neighbor, thus
making It a satisfaction
to do business at our store.
Our prleos, well,
they ro way down and we Btand right
behind every pair that leaves
> our store.
Lace or Congress-light or heuvy sole.
Ofllco: yo?. 23 and 27 Fourteenth Street.
H*d Seal Malt Tonie-R. H. List.
List of Letters.
Wanted?Two A 1 Specialty Salesmen,
^otlco of Intention to Offer a Resolution
??v?iC.ifni1rihe,lri'n?.?r Continuance of the
^ Wheeling Glass Company."
Lost?Small Pearl Rosary.
vTn?^n S!Hkc7; AIerH- p- Behrens Co.
Maps of v, heeling?Stanton's Old City
For Sale?Howard Hazlett.
Kofriserators?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
Bank? ?n a Eatat??^utual Savings
Pa?o 1110 iIen~Stoao & Thomas?Eighth
Pare'"19** ^ w?o1 Suits?Leo Baer?Eightli
St?11 Crash Suits-M. Gutman & Co.
CaS ffe.C'?th'!3~D- ?"odl'"S &
Will buy a perfect Talk
lng Machine, nnd an in.
atrnment ttint will repro
?luce vocal and Instru
mental muslo records.
For ?ale l?y
JAUOD W. GRUHB,
Jeweler, 1303 Market St.
HALF HOSE ASD UNDERWEAR A 8PK
CIALTY AT CJ. IIEH5 it SONS'.
Onr Half flose are knoirn for excel.
IPUCO In qnallfy anil wear nnd are sold at
? lie rtrriow old prices of 13c, ? for 25c,
23 ami 30c
Underwear In nalbrlgffRn, Merluo and
t Ainel's Hair, nitsurpaaie* for quality
aiul wear, at 30c, SI.00 and 91.00, at
? C. IIES8 ?te SONS*,
Fashionable Tailor* nmi Fnrnlshers,
1321 and 1323 .Market. Street.
WHEELING PARK SUNDAY.
Ornnd Concert by tho Opera nonso
] Hand, commencing at 2j30 ji. in.
This beautiful health resort. Plctnr
| ciqno location, l'lno walks and drlvei.
Grand. Cnsino, Restaurant and Lako.
| 'i'lioiiHads bnve well named It (ho Par a
[ dlsir of. the Ohio Valley.
Wlioclinc&KIni Grove railroad leaven
ontholtour. 33ofortUo round trip, In.
Arruncomeiits for Picnics, call or ad*
dreas l ol. Aug. Rolf, 33 Fifteenth street,
l?ri Pin parties, teiephoue Park?Tele
Water Rents are Due.
Water rents for the six months ending
September 30, 1898, are now ready. If
paid oh or bofore June 30, 1898, a dis
count of 10 per cent will be allowed. '
TIIE CITY WATER BOARD.
Flog Raising To-day.
Tills evening! nt 7 o'clock, at the Ni
agara engine house, on Twenty-fourth
street, there will be a Hag raising by
the cJtjzens of the Sixth ward. Speeches
by Congressman Dovener and Messrs.
Xesbltt and Conlft will he features o?
the affair. The City band will furnish
Intercity Leugne Games.
To-days games In the Inter-City base
on I league Include a game between the
Trladelphln and 131m Grove teams nt
the glnssworkers' picnic nt tho State
Fnlr grounds, with "BUI" Parrel I as
umpire, and at Tlltonvllle. the James
Nichols and Tlltonvllles will play with
Kenned}* as umpire.,Tho gome between
[ the Wheeling Lanndrr and Independent
I teams has been postponed.
Knight, or st. Join,.
The Knights of St. John and St. George
|1'lv<> completed arrangements wIUi
tho Cleveland, I-oraln & Wheeling rail,
way for the transportation to Detroit,
Mich., Jfonday, June 27th, of tho West.
V Irglnla Knights, and all who may wish
.'g0. X'1?. Traveling Passenger
Agent O. It. Wood, who will personally
joendyet the party, la busy working out
;?e.<JH?|]s of nne of tho finest trips ot
?ttierjenson. Tho tickets will have ia
;IIber?l limit lusting two or three dnjn
loiter the convention closes, affording
;people nmplo time to visit Mt. Clemens,
'St. Clalr Flats, Hello isle Park and the
fnnny other attractions The public are
!<ordla1ly Invited1 to Join this special ex
jdtiralon and all ciui rest assured that
jsuithlng win bo 1 sft undone for tlte
'fkniuro und comfort ot all,
Society'* Concert nt tlie Opera
/ House Last Nlntit.
DRI-W. A DELIGHTED AUDIENCE
THE SOLOISTS WERE APPLAUDED
FOR THEIR MAGNIFICENT
WOHK, AS WAS THE SOCIETY
PROPER FOR 'ITS FINE SHOW
ING UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
PROF. MYERS?MRS. WILLIAMS,
IN PARTICULAR, MET WITH AN
The eecond season's closing concert ot
the Oratorio Society In tho Opera Iiouso
last evening was a bucccm. Tho audi
ence was not as largo as tho attraction
ought to Uavo calloj out, hut consider
ing all conditions It vos thoroughly
complimentary, and tho publlo fully ap
preciated tho good work done. Tho first
part ot the evening wan given over to
selections by the singers engaged for tho
solo work In tho Oratorio, and made a
pleasing diversion. Mr. Dermltt. bari
tone, sang Schumann's "Two Grena
diers" with much cxprcuslon, and Mr.
Fellows orttstlcally rendered a douule
number, Tostl's "Matlnattl" nnd Mac
beth's "Como Fill Me a Brimming
Uoivl." Doth gentlemen hnd been pleas
urably heard In tho city before, and sus
tained their reputations In these, while
later In tho evening they nddwl much
to the former Impression by somo es
piclolly line work In the votIoub solo
ahd nuartett numbers falllnE to their
lot In tho "Life of Man."
Mini Mary Loulso Clary, America ?
greatest contralto, had been heard In
Wheeling before, and lier mngnlfloont
volco has always been tho subject of
the most flattering comment, but her
efforts lost night wer even beyond ex
pectation. Each ot the three selections,
"Ho "Was Despised," "He Shall Feed His
Flock" nnd "HomnnuB and Easier
Song," was a distinct gem. Her work
was thoroughly artistic and effective,
and the beautiful smoothness of her su
perb volco fairly enthralled tho audi
ence, which Insisted In npplaudlng un
til an encore was given to tho last num
^"iro. Flora. Williams, ot this city,
Bhurcd equally the approval ot the audi
ence. and her splendid olnglng ot "lie
Was a Prince" made a decided hit.
Musical Wheeling, and the Woman's
Club especially, of which she Is chorus
director, should be proud of tho pos
session of her. Both Indies did exquisite
work in the Oratorio of tho evening,
together receiving the hopors.
The accompaniments of tho first port
were beautifully played by Mr. Charles
A. Btikey, bellttlngly supporting the
voices. Mr. Bukey'fl exceptionally fine
work In this capacity did not go unno
ticed by the lovere of good music.
The society proper deserves especial
praise for what was accomplished by It
In the short time allotted for the Btudy
of this work, and whilo something
worthy of note could be singled out
from each separate chorus, tho one
which truly deserves nil the praise that
can bo spoken was the ono entitled
"And I Siwak In Righteousness," with
Mrs. Williams as soloist.
Mr. Meyers, director, saw fit to cut
the work beca.U9e of the length of the
first part of the programme, but Its
beauty was not marred. The Opera
Haus-9 Orchestra and Miss Bertha
Schrader, accompanists ot "Tho Life of
Man," supported excellently, tho whole
performance reflecting the greatest
credit upon those taking part in it. and
particularly is that credit duo to Mr.
Paris R. Meyers, whoso untiring and
unselfish endeavor In behalf ot the so
ciety and the musical advancement of
thlB section of the country Is becoming
recognizable through these results. The
Interesting anticipation of last nlght'B
concort was realized, and next wlnter'H
studv, "The Messiah," will be heartily
entered Into by the members and en
couraged nt Its public presentation by
PREITYMAN IS DEAD .
And *? a Remit tho Two El?er1?? Were
Arrested JAat. Night nnd Placed In (lie
County Jail?A*Po?t?morlrm Examina
tion liyill bo Held To-dnr.
Last night about 9 o'clock, Asa Pret
tyman died at Ma home, on Twenty
Olnth street. South Side, as a result of
Injuries Inflicted In last Monday's fight
between him and Frank Eberle, sr., and
Prank Eberle, Jr., out Caldwell's run,
?where the Eberles were at work digging
a ditch when Prettyman came along In
a drunken condition and started trouble.
The result was a pitched battle, and It
1b alleged that a wound inflicted by the
elder Eberle throwing a 6tone at Pret
tyman caused the latter's death last
Immediately upon learning Qf Pretty
man's death, the police took speedy ac
tion. Ofllco Babb was sent out "tho
run" and arrested the two Eberles, who
weTO taken before Justico Rogers nn<3
committed to Jail to await the result of
a post-mortem examination by physi
cians over Prettyman's body, which will
probably bo held to-day. They had been
nrrested on Thursday night, but were
released on ball, nnd were re-arrested
after the man's death last night
A PECULIAR ACCIDENT.
Sir. SlnGregor'a (timid Homo Partially
In addition to having a light for tho
county commlasionerehlp renomlnntlon
in Madison district or> his hands. Presi
dent H. P. McGregor has other troubles,
MY. McGregor 4s having a new homo
built on North Front street, but left a
part of tho old house standing at tho
rear, Intending to attach it -to the new
building. Yesterday morning tho old
building suddenly collapsed nnd Is a
WTeck. It was filled with furniture, but
there was little or no loss aside from tho
wrecking of the building.
DON'T fall to Attend tho Glnsswork
ers* Picnic at the State Fulr grounds,
Saturday, June 11. Grimm's ice cream
and refreshments served on the
A CleTcr Trick.
It certainly loolts llko it, but thcro Is
really no trick about It. Anybody can
tTy it who has Lamo Back and Weak
Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles.
"Wo mean ho" can cure himself right
away by taking Electric Bitters. This
rnedlclno tones up the whole system,
acts as a stimulant to Liver and Kid
neys, Is a blood purifier and nerve tonic.
It cures Constipation, Headache, Faint
ing Spells, Sleeplessness, and Melan
choly. It Ls purely vegetable, a mild lax
ative and restores tho system to its nat
ural \1gor. Try Electric Blttors nnd
bo convinced that they aro a miracle
worker. Every bottle guaranteed, Only
GOc a bottle at Logan Drug Co.'fl Drug
REPORT IN THE
To-day Republican suggestion meet
ings tvill <bo held In tho?everal districts
of Ohio county, nt the call of tho county
commute?. Names will bo- suggested
for delegate* to tho congressional con
vention, for delegates to the county con
vention, for members of tho board of
commissioners, for members of the
board of education, to nil vacancies for
Justice nnd constables, for members of
the county executive committee, for
president and member* of tho school
board In each of tho country/llstrletn.
In the city districts and In Trlndelphla.
tho suggestion meeting* will be held at
8 p. m., and In Richland and Liberty dis
tricts tho hour Is fl p. m.. Tho mooting
place* nri a* follows:
Washington district?Vigilant engine
Clay district?Odd Fellows' building.
Union district?Police court room.
Centre dlstrlctr-IIook and Ladder
. Webwter district?Squire Greer's office,
No. 2741 EofT street.
Tlltchlo district?Eighth ward hoio
MtiUson district?Taland hoso house.
TTladclphla dlstrlot?Hand's Yiall, Elm
Richland district?Brick school houne.
Liberty district?Centre school house.
'Although Congressman Lorenzo Dan
ford has tho lead and It has seemed that
ho would bo renominated for a sixth,
term. In the over-the-rlver district, a
contest Is developing. The fact that the
committee have selected delegates fav
orable to Danford In several of the
counties has aroused wimo antagonism.
The objectors are perfecting an organi
sation to try and defeat his renomtna
tlon. Tho Harrison county delegates
will vote for HolUngsworth. Carroll
delegates will support John H. Flmple,
one of the schrowdest politicians in the
district. The Impression has gone out
that E. E. Ersklne, of Steubenvllle, had
come out to help Danford, but Mr. Ers
klne states that he will ask his delegates
to stick to him.
THAT BRIDGE COMMISSION
Recently Appointed by Council Seems
To Bo Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
Apparently, that bridge toll commis
sion, recently appointed by Mayor
Butte and President Chew, of the sec
ond.branch of council, Is lost, strayed
or stolen, no meeting having been held
or nn attempt at one alnce the It came
A well known attorney. Who has made
i specialty of municipal problems,
gives to the Intelllnenccr his opinion
of what this commission can accomp
lish?"little more than nothing." Fur
ther, he says It will be necessary for
council to receive special powers from
the state legislature before It can go so
far as subsidizing the bridges to the
extent.of securing for citizens free foot
passag'e on the bridges -between the
Island and the city. The charter gives
no such powers, said the Intelligencer's
Tho reunion; executive committee will
shortly receive a proposition from Ai F.
N-ail, of Mansfield, Ohio, to put on the
"Drummer Boy of Shlloh," In this city
next August, a part of tho gross re
ceipts to go to the reunion committee
The reunion flnar.ee committee's sub
committees are this week busily en
gaged in visiting business men in quest
of subscriptions to the reunion enter
ta'.rment fundi Ir> some quarters the
I committocs have not received as hearty
a reception as they should have had,
I but It Is believed there will be little
I difficulty In securing the amount need
ed. There will* be a meeting of the
I finance committee cai^Iy next week.
The reunion press committee will Is
sue the second number of "The Re
union Bulletin" next week. It goes to
400 newspapers In West Virginia, Penn
sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and
Ittinois ar.d materially advertises the
In Clerk Unhcrtiion'n Ofllcr.
In Clerk Robertson's office yesterday
the following transfers of real estate
Deed made June 10,1S93; by John Mur
dock, to Catherine Chambers; consider
ation $1 and love and affection; trans
fers cast one-half of lot 1 in squaro 30,
Buena Vista addition.
Deed made June S, 3S9S; by Rachel
Morris and huslmnd to G. W. Johnson;
consideration, *1,030; transfers part of
lot 144, corner Tenth and Chapllne
Deed made December 10, 1S0S; by F.
M. and Jennie Milllgan to John Mur
dock; consideration, 530; transfers a
pleco of ground In square 30, Buena
Deed made January 3, 1898; by Mt.
I Zlon cemetery, to Frederick Logea; con
sideration, 530; transfers lot 247 in Mt.
| Zlon cemetery.
i A BLESSING alike to young and old;
Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawber
ry; nature's specific for dyspepsia, dlnr
rhoea and summer complaint. 4
? <m> ? ? \
llcllef lu HI* Hour*.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
ease relieved In alx hours by "Ntow Great
South American Kidney Cure." It Is a
great surprise on account of its exceed
ing promptness in roilovlng pain in blad
der, kidneys and back. In male or fe
male. Relieves retention of water al
most Immediately. If you want quick
relief and euro thin Is tho remedy. Sold
by R. II. List, druggist, Wheeling, W.
6. E. PARKER. Sharon, Wis., writes;
"I have tried De Witt's Witch Hazel
Balvr for Itching piles and It always
ntops them In two minutes. I consider
DeWltt's Witch I-lazol Salvo the great
est pile cure, on the market."
Charles,R. Goetzo, Market and Twelfth
streets; Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth
and Jacob streets; A. E. Scheehle, No.
C07 Main street; Exley Bros., Penn and
Zone streets; Bowlo & Co., Bridgeport.
Rnlncetl Itntra via Ohio ?tlv?r It. It.
Wheeling to Cincinnati, O $5 CO
Wheeling to Lexington, Ky 7 CO
Wheeling to Loulsvillo, Ky 9 00
Wheeling to Louisville, Ky., second
class ....r.r.'.............r.vS GO
H.& O. Sumtny lCxcnrtloiia on Fourth
Commencing Sunday, May 29. rfnd
evert' Sunday' thereafter, until Septem
ber 25, Inclusive, the Bnltlmoro & Ohio
will sell excursion tickets to and from
all stations between Wheeling and
Grafton, good returning dato of sale, at
one fare for tho round trip, with ten
THE human machine starts but onco
and stops but once. You can keep It
going longest and most regularly by
using Do Witt's Little Early Risers, tho
famous little pills for constipation and
| all stomach and liver troubles. Charles
. R. Gootze, Market and Twelfth streets;
I Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth and Ja
cob streets; A. 12. Bcheohle, No. 607 Main
j street; Exley Bros., Ponn and Znno
I streotn; Bowlo & Co., Bridgeport. 3
NEURAI/OIA. cured by Dr. Miles' Pain
| Pn.i/i. "Unocout adoso. At ull druggists.
Snook & Co.'s
SPECIAL SATURDAY NEWS.
C- for UmHm' Jsntey Ribbed Vetts,
worth fulty emit.
QQr tor extra Urns Taffeta Gloria Oro
wO*- brellas, worth every cent or |l.wi.
<M A7 for luitroua Turk Satin Urn
V i Hi brcMM, worth every cettt "I
A/,r for Chltdren'e very fine fa?t black
IlOMt worth SOc.
OHr for Children'! J-lhread fa?t black
I,|,|0 Hole, worth SSc.
A (V tor atari's full/seamles* fa?t black
lUC jiajf iioK,, worth 16c. A good
lino of plain and fancies up to "6c.
4 91 / r for Ladlec1 teamlcM fa?t
1 L/i^- black Hon, with black or
whit? feet, worth ISc.
OCr for plain, molreJ and fancy ex
tra wlA* aft rilk RlbbonMomi
aro worth double. At lGc a Un<? of wide
fancien, worth 25c.
WM TTP Kid Glove?. Silk Mlt? and
v> " A A " Otovea, rami, 1'uraioli,
Sashes, .Belts, Tie*. Hon" and Pult
Scarfs. New- Waists, Skirts and Bulti.
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
IN THE COURTS.
Yesterday In Judffo Paull's side of the |
circuit court, the- proceedings were as
Tho application for dtesolutlon of the
Injunction nnd the appointment of a re- ]
celver In the case of John Robrecht vs. |
Henry Robrecht vw partly heard and
cor.-tlnued to June 24.
John W. Adams was appointed a com
mittee for Anna llarrett, an liwane
person, upon lll'ln# a bond In the sun* of
J12,0(KK Mra. Barrett's husband, Orvllle
Barrett, has also been adjudged, Insane.
lie Is the person who so unaccountably
11 red at) W. H. Buccy on tho stone
bridge a few (lays ago.
S. 0. Boyoe and Johni B. Wilson were
appointed a committee to examine the
circuit clerk's office.
Cyrus P. FUck was appointed a com
missioner to camlne and- settle the ac
counts of the court's general receiver.
U E. Sands, special* commissioners and
special receivers.- ^
Dr. Eugene HKdreth, ^. B. Simpson
and Julius Pollock were appointed a
committee to examine the county Jail,
ond were notified by the clerk to appear
In court on the first day of the Septem
ber term to qualify.
IN THE CHURCHES.
Fourth street M. E. choir has been
preparing for 6"tne ttme past six choice
numbers of sacred muslo by noted com
posers, which it will render to-morrow
evening.- The subject of Dr. Sooy's dis
course will be "A Hebrew of the He
brews." The services will be confined
to the usual time. All aro Invited.
On Sunday, ot the Fourth street M.
E. church. 10:30 a. ro., "Children sDaj
exercises, by the Utile ones. The church
will bo beautifully decorated with
flowers. Baptism ot children at the be
ginning of the morning service. At 7:45
p m., tho pastor. Dr. Sooy, will preach
on "A Hebrew of the Hebrews.
At Zane street M. E. Church at.10:30
Sunday morning, a programme will t>e
rendered by the primary and Junior de
partmcnts of the Sunday school. A
number of the children will be baptized
at the morning service. At 7:45 p. m.,
pictures of "Heroic Methodism will be
exhibited, and a programme by the
young people of the church.
At the Second Presbyterian church.
Rev. Joseph Spcers, pastor, at the morn
Ins sen-Ice, the time of which has been
changed to 10 o'clock, the congregation
and Sabbath school -n-IU unite in ccl^
bratlng the semi-centennial ofthe school
and "Children's Day: all old scholars
of -the Sunday school are cordially In
vited to the service. The Bchool under
the direction of the pastor, has bey
preparing a special programme for tie
At the German M. E. church "Chil
dren's Day" will be observed Sabbath
morning at 10:30 o'clock. Tho exercises
will be In harmony with the programme
published- by the board of education ot
the church. Pictures ot thoherole times
of Methodism will be exhibited. The
church will bo tastefully decorated with
potted and cut tlowers. In the evening
at 7:45 a service of song will be held.
On Sunday, nt the North Street M. E.
church, the morning sendees will be
the occasion of the quarterly meeting
nnd a sermon by the presiding eider.
Rev. A. Moore. Holy Communion will
follow. Anniversary exercises will be
held by the Sunday school pupils.
At the Vance Memorial church, on
Sunday, then; will bo an observance ot
"Children's Day." In the morning there
will be n service of song, recitations
and nn address by tho pastor. Rev. C.
B Austin, followed by the presentation
of prir.es. Fine floral decorations w 1
be a feature. In tho evening there will
bo a praiso service, with special music
by the choir, assisted by Miss Anna
Jones, ot Zanesvllle. The con-Ice begins
on the arrival of the S o'clock motor,
and will conclude before the 9 o clock
nncltlril*. Arnica Solve.
The best salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruges, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chlllblalns, Corns, nnd all Skin Erup
tions. anil positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price :3 cents per box. For sale by Lo
gan Drug Co.
DEER PARK HOTEL, DEER PARK, HD,
Jlo.t Dclljlitfnt summer Itc.orC ot tho
Swept by mountain breezes, !,S00 feet
above sea level, and removed from nil
annoyances. Absolutely free from ma
laria, hay fever and mosqultos. On
Main Line of the Baltimore ft Ohio rail
road. Hotel nnd Cottages. Every mod
ern conveniences. Electric Lights, Ele
vator Turkish, Baths, two lnrjo Swim
ming Pools, Golf Links, Tennis Courts,
Howling Alleys, Magnificent Drives,
Complete Livery Service. Annapolis
Naval Academy Band. Delightful cot
tnges (furnished for housekeeping, If
desired) ready for occupancy June 1.
Hotel open from Juno 25 to September
For rates nnd Information, nddress D.
C. Jones, mnnnger, Baltimore & Ohio,
Baltimore, Md., until June 10. After
that time, Deer Pork, Garrett County,
WEWILL TELL YOU
It your headaches como from wenk eyes;
. " i? .?i .iilll rollnvn Ilium lift Vnti
also It glasses will rcllove thorn. Do you
have headaches? Do your eyes water,
.mart or burn? Does tho print run to
gether when reading? Do things appear
double or mixed u)>7 Have n desire to
rub the eyesT Twitching? For any troublo
ot your eyes consult us. Wo make classes
ai popular prlcrs. Make a careful exnm
motion tree ot chnrgo and re y on our
?kill and not our patients' Judgment or
n,18ConuuUatlon and examination freo.
PB.OS". XX. SIIBX'-JJ',
Tim tivu specialist,
Corner Mala imdKloicatU BUO.U.
THE HUB?0Ii3rHtE33 AND FUKVlSHEm,
EYerytling the Tailor
Gives Yon for
WE GIVE YOU FOR
Jlist ns good cloth?just as pood trimmings?just aj
much style?just as good a fit?just as much of every
thing. Perhaps you haven't tried ready-made within
the last few years?don't know how much better it is
now than it used to be?don't know how near perfection
?we have brought it. The tailor Is no longer a necessity.
We can please you just as well, and save you almost
half at the same time. We've got all the popular cloths
and patterns we know of in all of our grades?Plaids, '
Over-Plaids, Mixtures, Pin Checks, Plain Serges and
Cheviots?most every style you can call for?having
our own tailor in the premises to make all necessary
alterations free of charge.
You men who want to economize without sacrificing
style or quality will find just what you are looking for
In our $io, $12 and $15 grade suits.
One hundred dozen Soft Shirts with extra cuffs,
regular 75c qualities, for 48 cents.
Lot of Hot Weather Clothing. _?? , ?
rp| f ri ft | | n Clothiers, Hatters i
1 Tl tL rl U D, and Furnishers,
LARGEST AND ONLY STRICTLY ONE PRICE HOUSE IN THE STATE.
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS
All Wool Suits $10.
We are well aware that there are thousands of Suits
offered at $10 in this city and elsewhere, but no
Suits as good as these are offered in any other
store for less than from twelve to fifteen dollars.
It was an exceptional opportunity that placed these
Suits at our command. Their goodness is so ap
parent that if you sec them it will not take much
argument on the part of our salesmen to make you
a purchaser. The cloths are Blue and Black Serge,
fancy patterned, rough faced Cheviots and smooth
TWELFTH STREET CLOTHING HOUSE.
J. H. LOCKE SHOE COMPANY.
| Why Do You Want Trash?
You don't?it's the PRICE that tempts, and experience teaches it pays to pay
0 little more for A GOOD PAIR OF SHOES) that will give good wear,
keep their shapo, and be perfectly comfortable.
WE SEEP THIS KIND IN LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AT S2.00.
You can pay mere and get less value almost any place else.
J. H. Locke Shoe Company.
Portfolio of S S
Uncle Sam's Navy
No, II Now Ready.
Admlral Dewey In His Oflke'bn tho
Portraits of Sampson anil Schlcy.
Tho Crulepr Topoka.
The Composite Gunboat Marietta.
Tho Composite Gunboat Wheeling.
Tho Composite Gunboat VIcksburg.
A Sugar Factory In Manila.
Rosarlo Street, Manila.
An Aristocratic Bungalow,
Poop Deck of the New Orleans.
Ship's Company of the I^aJtlmoro
Military Mast anil Scarch Light.
View of Pensacola Shipyard.
Ship's Compnny of tho Kearsarp?.
General Muster on the Quarter !>?*?
TERMS OF DISTRIBUTION.
Every reader or the Intelligencer Is entitled to participate In tills <Il!trl!'S'
tlon of Undo Sam's Navy Portfolios. Brlnpr or send to tho lnttlllSK!C"
Portfolio Department 10 cents In silver, to covcr postage, wrapping WW*
distribution, etc., together with on order cut from tho Intelligencer,
will bo found In nnother column of to-day's insue, and you will receive 1^
folio No, 10, containing 10 Photographic Boproductlons, 11x13 inchcs In i1*. '
tho several ships of Unclo Sam's Navy.
Favor your friends who may not bo regular renders of tho IntelligentI
Informing thorn of tho particulars of this unrivaled distribution. S'nJ |
bring 10 cents In silver to tho Portfolio Department of tho lntoHIS?"*'
All Buck Numbers of Portfolios Ca.i Still bo Secured at ") W |
Eoch, and If By Mall Add 2 Cents Each for Postage.