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I." LAOnw wAiaTg?arorni a thomas.
Stone & Thomas.
Ladles'
; jpgj Department
I went tviiiv.ii auvuiu ?- ? ?r? ^
Madras Cloths, Ginghams and Percales. The best assortment
of styles we have shown this season. Equal to any iQ/>
shown elsewhere at 75c and 85c. To-day each lull
Oyer 200 styles Ladies' Fine Gingham, Lawn, Madras Cloth;
also Plain White Pique Waists. Styles and qualities regu- QQ/i
larly shown elsewhere at $1.25 and ?i .39. To-day W 0 ll
| LADIES' WASH SKIRTS.
k Ladies'Crash Skirts, extra wide, deep hems. n
I' To-day each "??i
c Plain White Duck Skirts, extra wide, deep hems, a regular Din
1 fijoo value. To-day
J Ladies' All Linen Skirts, plaited backs, French seams. The QOn
bcit value possible to be had to sell at this price. To-day.. uOll
I Ladies' White Pique Skirts, wide welt, Frcnch scams, deep (M QQ
hems, plaited backs. A regular $3.50 value. To-day (pliuO
Ladies' White Pique Skirts, Spanish flounce with 2 bias folds, QQ
extra wide. Regular $4.50 quality. To-day (Jm.vO
| CHILDREN'S WASH DRE5SE5.
Clcarancc sale of our entire stock of Children's Fine
Wasli Dresses, White or Colored. All well made and
neatly trimmed with lace, embroidery and inserting.
50c and 75c Dresses 39c
89c and $1.00 Dresses 49c
Si 2: and Si.so Dresses 98c
tl T -*J
$1.75 and $2.00 Dresses $1.48
? .. Finer grades all at proportionately low prices.
Stone & Thomas.
PR?
GOODS?GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
Sir
Oi luurv uu uu.
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This Is Why We Are Doing a Large
Business These Summer Days::::::::
4%e yard buys 36-Inch wide Percale, ii One-half price for one lot Fancy Paraworth
8c and 10c. ' sol*. Other 2Jara*ols at reduced prices. .
0Ko yard buys 32-inch wide Soft Finish 11.959 for any of our ready-made Sashes
Percale, worth 10c and 12*fcc. that sold up to $1.96 each.
3%c yard buys one lot Simpson and other 18c each for White Kid Belts, worth 25c.
Dark, Fancy and Mourning Print/. 50c each for New Leather Belts, with
7%c yard buys another 1,000-yard case of j Jeweled Buckles, that are worth 75c.
it Tollle du Nord Ginghams, worth 10c. I % price rules on Children's Head wear.
7%c yard buys 500 yards of Pine Zephyr jj 25c pair for LodleY ?0 gaugo Fast Black
Ginghams in abort lengths, worth 18c. || Hosiery, worth 50c.
9c each for ?00 large Turkish Towels, j _
worth ll%c.
24c Mch for so doten bur.* cotton Late ArriTils at Special Prices.
; ' Towels.
5c yard for 25 pieces A11 Linen Crash. Now styles Nainsook Inserting*?open
good fc value. and airy and Irresistibly pretty?at price*
50c each for Spreads, worth Tfic. : that ninety-nine out of one hundred ex79c
and 98c each for Spreads, worth tl.OQ poet to pay.
and ll.!6. _ j Men's New 8oft Bosom Madras Shirts, !
\ 4%c each for flOO Pillow Cases, worm 8c. i the famous Stanley make?they'ro both I
?!4o, 8c, 10c and 15c each for Pillow 1 pretty and cheap?48c, 69, 98c, etc.
Case*, worth much more. New Monarch Delta for Men.
10c each for 25 dozen Hemstitched Pillow New Collars nnd TIps for Men.
Cooes that are worth 15c. New Balhrlfrgan Underwear for Men. j
85c each for 000 Bleached Hemmed Sheets, New Hosiery for Men.
of good quality and worth much more. All New Tartan and Past Black Hosiery for {
other Sheets at proportionately low Men, Women and Children.
prices. New Collars, Cuffs and Nockwcar for
3%c yard for 60 pieces 40-Inch Unbleached ! Women,
Sheeting-, worth 5c yard. j Now Ribbons for Sashes, etc.
One lot Drapery Silk to close at 37&e per yard.
One-half price on all Silk Waists to dose. " n
t One-half price on all Dressing Sacqum to dona. Boiled
Muslin Underwear at about one-half prlee. ? t
? all t lnw. PIh.ia and tV/w-il fllHttt
Spccl&l prlcos on Pique and Unen Skirts.
Prlcwr cut on Rope and Tap?stry Portiere Curtains and Matting*
Ono-half price on one lot Rug*.
Special prices put on alt Hammocks.
Shirt Waist Sale, all at greatly reduced prices.
Our Special Wrapper salo continues. . ?
Remnants at special prices In every department.
Am M <i\innk ft rft
VL.V# ITI9 V/l IV VII M Wl
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JELLY OLASSBS-JOHN FRIEDBL A CQ.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO.
1-3 Pint Jelly Glasses 18c.
1-2 Pint JtUy Glasses 20c.
LIGHTNING FRUIT JARS
Water Filters at ... . $2.35 on up.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO.,
111P MAIM1 BTH.Hm'.
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVINQ RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
SAPOLIO
I SHOEg-ALBXAWDBB.
Gentlemen's
Patent Leather Shoes,
Small Sizes only OR
to clean out. . .Vl'OJ
Gentlemen's
Brown Vici Kid, all
Sr.!? .d""$2.3?
Ladies'
Brown Vid Kid,. Lace
anA Ruttnn. correct
shapes, all sizes, $4 QQ
to clean out . .
ALEXANDER,
SHOE SELLER. + 1049 MAIM.
BICYCLES.
IoTpm
I L J DISCOUNT I
| on an Bicycles f
fOR NEXT TA DAYS.
I I
I DILLON, WHEAT & 5
S HANCHER CO. J> & o
O?0?0?0?0?0?0+0?0?0?0
8HOE3?NAY BBOTHEB3.
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Newest Ideas LkL
Nothing old and shopworn.
Everything new and bright.
RELIABLE SHOES**.*
CAREFULLY FITTED.
It's pleasant and profitable to do btuinea at
NAY BROTHERS'
ONE + PRICE + SHOE + STORE,
1317 Market.
?irJntcUigenrer
Office: Nor. 20 and 27 Fourteenth Street.
=
I Nrw AtlvcrlUvmenU.
I Newest Ideas In Slippers and OxfordsNay
Brothers? Eighth Page.
Notlco-John W. Adams, Assignee.
! Wanted?By an AU-Round Printer.
Patriotic Stationery?Stanton'** Old City
Book Store.
I Don't Suffer With Headache?R. H. List.
Refrigerators?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
Jevrett's Refrigerators and Ico ChestsNcsbltt
St Bro.
Hoot Beer?H. P. Behrens Co.
Real Estate for Sale?Rlnehart & Tatum.
i Pnr Rent?James A. Henry.
$1.20 PoeJkln Jrun* Pant# for 98c?McFadden'#?Second
Page. , k
Thl? In Why Wo Ar? Doing ft I-orce Bu*1ne*?
ThM?o dimmer Days-Oeo. M. 8nook
& Co.?Klghth Pago.
readies' Walut Department?Qtone &
Thomaw?Eighth Pag*-.
Do You Eat??House. & Herrmann?Fifth
Pago.4
80,000.
We liave filled more than twenty thousand
pair* of SnNiaclei, glrlnu: u? a rec.
ord aurf experience unequalled tjy nnjr
other optician In Wett Virginia. Satlifaotlon
eumiKcd,
JACOI1 TV. GRVOO, Optician,
No. 1300 Market Stree'.
tor hot weather wear
at r. iirss & sons'.
TlIIADINfi Fall line of Barges and pin.
lAlLUKlnU* check*. Jdade to order it*
the hmt etvlr, lit popttlai price#.
CUIDTS Pl?l? fancy. Tl?? l?e?t values
Jlimi J. fnr |he price at ."Oc kn?l up.
Over *l*e? a* large a* iO neck and fl* body.
MJnCDWClD K?eirm?t nml durable HallinilCHnCAKa
brtcsnn at ftOc aiid np.
HilC HACP Our well known brand*.
HALT IIUjU l< union* for their elrganro
nod ?rar. Popular prices, 23o and 15c,
atnra.'io. . ? ^
BELTS Tan, Red and Green, nt BOc.
NECKWEAR. Aiw.7?tb.iat..t.
C. BE? A SONS.
Fashionable Tailor* and Fnrnl*her??
18X1 and 13?8 M?rket|S:r*et.
inilKMni ll? wuiori*.
Fort Hrnry lodne No. 2, Shield of
Honor, Installed the following officer*
Monday nleht: W. M? Charles Clroppe;
Jr. W. M., CharlM Bondermnn; recording
secretary, Fred Sehaub; financial
secretary, Henry Steuck; treasurer. II.
C. Snider: conductor, P. C. Hcrtzer;
ehnplnln, Aucujt Nolte; senior master,
William C. Marllnff; I!. S. to W. M.,
William A. Rlmmel; L. S. to W. SI.,
John Mlnkemyer; H. 8. to Jr. W. M.,
T. II. JDoylc; I., S. to Junior W M.,
Jacob Schlloker: outside gnnrd, F. C.
Oroppe; Insldo guard, Charles [JeustcrIck.
Hoy Alinott fenlpifli
An Eighth ward boy named Catn, ton
of a foreman at the Riverside tube
works, was almost scalped yesterday
morning at the tube works, where he Is
employed. His scalp was nearly sever,
ed completely by a peculiar accident.
Young Cain was running across the
threading floor, and his bead struck a
sharp piece of Iron, which lacerated his
scalp so that It slipped back over the
skull bone.
Young Cain was removed to the
Emergency hospital, Hen wood, where
his wound was attended to. His pcalp
wan drawn toa-ether bv a suture, and
the attending physicians wy lie will recover.
Ilnrklni'a Arnlrn Pnlt*.
The best salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ltheum.
Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands,
Chlllblalns, Corns, and all Skin Kruplions,
and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It In guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Prim 25 rents per box. For salo by Lo?
Kan Drug Co.
I Rtrnrtlnu to f'Mrkrrattnrtt nml AUtirith
Min lay, Julr milt vlu Olito Itlver
' Itnllromt.
Apodal excursion train will leave
Wheeling nt 8 o'clock a. m? returning,
will leave Parkersburg at f p. m. Ball
game nt Island, Parkersburg vs. Wheeling.
Hound trip $1. l'arlor car will be
. attached to excursion train.
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JUDGE CAMPBELL
Concedes that Captain Dovener
has a Majority of the
DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION
OP FIRST DISTRICT REPUBLICANS?AN
AUTHORIZED INTERVIEW
IN WHICH HE PROMISES
THE NOMINEE OF THE WHEELrKn
roNVENTION HIS CORDIAL
SUPPORT?ARRANGEMENTS BEING
MADE FOR TO-MORROWS
? GATHERING.
The contest for the Republican nomination
for Congress, between Judge
John A. Campbell and Representative
B. B. Dovener has been virtually, aettled
by the concession of Judge Campbell
that Captain Dovener baa secured
a majority of the convention, which will
assemble at the Park Casino to-morrow
to name the candidate. Yesterday
Judge Campbell authorized the following
statement In an interview with an
Intelligencer reporter:
"It is due to the strong: and earnest
Republican support I have had? throughout
the district," said Judge Campbell,
"as well aa the delegate? selected in my
behalf, to make a statement. OnJy In
one instance have I spoken for publication,
and only then when I deemed the
necessities of the case demanded it. I
deem It proper to say franidy to my Republican
friends and supporters-that the
result of the district conventions held
in Harrison and Gilmer counties, respectively.
on Thursday and Saturday
last, 8?em to give assurance thai Captain
Dovener will have the requisite
number of votes In the convention to receive
the nomination.
"Two weeks ago last Sunday* Mr. Dovener
gaveout a stajtemera that at that
time he had 138 votes, or twelve more
than would secure a noralnation. This
statement was unsupported- by the facta
at that time. Outside of his own county,
giving: him the benetit of all the
votes he could marshal, including six
votes of Braxton, properly belonging to
me, he had between thirty ami thirtylive
votes, whoch, added to the sixtyseven
of Ohio county votes he claimed,
would give him scarcely a hundred.
"This claim of 138 vo:es> published
andi circulated over this district, I
found on entering Gilmer late Thursday,
was accepted as authoritative by
our friends, and) nothing wae being
done. Mr. Dovener carried. Gilmer, and
the on\? delegate elected at large to support
me 1 concede to him. I cheerfully
release Mr. HoK from all obligations to
support me, and- request that his vote
be cast for Mr. Dovener.
"I NEED SCAKJUIUH AUU,
CLUDED JUDGE CAMPBELL,
"THAT IN CONCEDING MR. DOVENEB
A MAJORITY OF THE DELEGATES
SELECTED. IF KB IS NOMINATED
OX THURSDAY IT WILL
BE MY DUTY A6 WELL AS MY
PLEASURE, TO GIVE HIM MY CORDIAL
AND EARNEST SUPPORT.
AND I TRUST THAT ALL Mil
miENDS WILL DO LIKEWISE."
Judge Campbell appears to have born*
the work of hl? campaign well, and was
in a cneeriui muuu mwc umu^...n ...?
matter yesterday. He declared that ho
made hi? statement because he thought
it due to those who had given him cordial
support lor the nomination, andi in
Justice to himself. He will, he said, as
In the pas-t be found In line for Republicanism
and In support of the nominee,
a statement which ail who know him
regard as needless, 1? view of his long
and earnest devotion to the Republican
cause.
CONVENTION ARRANGEMENTS.
Chairman James K. Hall, of the local
committee in charge of arrangements
for the congressional convention tomorrow,
announces that all preparations
have been made for the gathering,
which will be called to order at
11:30' o'clock in the commodious Casino
at Wheeling Park. The delegates will
* - *? ? v... /!>. n ?nnoU1
leave me city 101 mc ^atn ..
motor on the Wheeling & Elm Grove
road, leaving the Sixteenth street station
immediately after the departure of
the regular 11 o'clock train.
Delegates are requested to call at the
mayor's office, in the city building, before
11 o'clock. There they will obtain
badges and tickets for the trip to the
park.
The Opera House band has been engaged
by the local committee to furnish
music for the convention.
The Sure l<m Grippe Care.
There Is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady. If you will only get
th?; right remedy. You are having pain
all through your body, your liver Is out
of order, have no appetite, no life or
nmbitlon, have a bad cold, In fact arc
completely used up. Electric Hitters is
the only remedy that will give you
prompt and sure relief. They act dl v*??ur
nn vour Liver. Stomach and
Kidney*, (one up th? whole system and
make you feel llko n new being. They
are puaianteed to euro or price refunded.
For sale at Lopan Drug Co.'s Drug
Store, only 60 cents per bottle. 1
WD have an Upright riano, good as
new. Must be sold at once.
F. XV. BAUMER CO.
$1.00?ToP?rker?bi?nc nnit Nurklia ml
Rrtnm Snatilny, .Inly 17? 18im.-fl.00
Sunday, July 17, the Ohio River Railroad
will run an excursion to Parkers
ourg ana aiarjeiia ?i mic v? *?*?
round trip.
Special train will len%*e Wheeling at S
it. m., Bon wood at 8:15 ft. nv, Mo^ndsvllle
at 8:30 n. m., arriving nt Wllllamstown
tit 10:40 a. m., Parkeraburg at 11
* m* Returning,
leave Parkeraburg at 7 p.
m., Marietta, at 7:20 p. m.
Parlor car will be attached to the
train and seat reservation* may be secured
by applying to J. G. Tomllnson,
Passenger Agent, Wheeling.
Where Cool Hrr>r*r* ll|o>v.
And black bass bite Is at Mackinac ami
vicinity. Take the trip, leaving here
July 14, via the C. L. A W. railway and
D. & C. N. Company's elegant boats.
Only ten dollars round trip, tickets good
fifteen days. Special reduction at ho1
t_ r ._ v.I_ n T if. w
leia jur mm cui^. vuimuu v? ** **- "
agent* or O. It. Wood, T. P. A., McLurc
Hqubp Block, for further pnrtlculnrg.
WE WILL TELL YOU
If your hcnUnrhpn comn from w*ak eyo*;
nlno If kIuhhch will rcllovo thorn. Do you
iiavo iicuuiuiiciii i'u juui v)bi uuicr,
smart or l?urn? I)oo? tho print run to.
h?*r when rcadliu;? Do things nppt-ur
donhln or mixed ui?? Have a devlro to
rub tho eyea? TlvltehtngT For nny troublo
of your eyea consult uh. Wo mako glantm
at populnr prices. Make a careful exam*
million fr*?< or charge and rely on our
eklll and not our patlonts' judgment or
answers.
Consultation and examination free.
PROF. XX. 0XXX2F3P,
TilK F.Y12 M'lU IAI.lsr,
Corunr Main and KleveulU streets.
. th? HgB-qm)rani?s and ytnratswa*.
The Hub Cuts |
Sharp Knifel
Not with a vivid imagination. "You've got some
thing to sell" was the significant remark of a patron I
of our great suit sale last week. He'd been the
* * ii?? 1^i? *u?
rounds?seen me straggling iw?wc vmvupav* _
terns?the indifferent values elsewhere?and came
to the same conclusion everybody does?THAT
THE REAL BARGAINS ARE HHERE. Its
one thing- to advertise and another thing to live up I
to it. It's not in the promise you reach your ad
vantage, but in the performance.
MM Suits Now $7.48. I
512.59 Sails Nov $ Ml I
515.# Slits Now $11.48. I
There are hundreds of suits in these lots on separate
counters, where you can see and examine them. I
The original prices are indelibly stamped on the H
tickets but you don't need price for a clue. The I
suits themselves speak their value. Every store to
its methods?BUT ITS OUR WAY TO DEAL
FAIRLY AND SQUARELY WITH THE
PUBLIC Truth is stronger than any; fiction?
facts arc more potent than fallacies.
A great lot of All Wool Boys' Suits, that were
$4.00, $3.50 and $3.00, choice at $2.50^
TLJC* Til ID Clothiers, Hatten
1 flL tlUD, and Furnishers,
LARGEST AND ONLY STRICTLV ONE PRICE HOUSE IN THE STATE.
HUB CORNER. FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS,
WHITE, HANDLE? & PQ8THB.
Big Reduction
-00 Furniture,
Carpets,
and . Stoves:
WHITE, HANDLE? S FOSTER,
Herman Frank, Frank E. Foster, Receivers.
?-224"7 AND SB40 MARKET BTRMBT.?
01 Mr PiollH Mid
Assembly Grounds, Moundsvilie, W. Va.,
July I5th-25th, 1898. J
A FULL PROGRAMME!
Gospel, Temperance, Prohibition, Logic, Inspiring Music
by Quartette, So!o and Chorus Choir, Illustrated Lectura
Among America's best talent are Rev. D. C. Babcock, D. D,
of New Hampshire; Hon. W. T. Bundicfc, of Virginia; Hon
M. J. Fanning, of Maryland; Rev. C. H. Mead, D. D. oi
New York; Lou J. Beauchampe, of Ohio; Mrs. Helen Bullock,
of New York; John G. Wooiley, of Illinois; Col. George W,
Bain, of Kentucky, and others. See small bills.
The W. C. T. U. will be under the leadership of Mi*
W R _ C. Morrnw with the aid of a score of exoericncti
W. C. T. U. workers. The music will be in charge of Pro?
J. G. Dailey.and the Dailey Quartette.
A good hotel, fine shade, excellent water, splcnddH
grounds, easy of access by railroad and electric lines.
Season Tickets $1.00.
Day Tickets 25. B
J. H. LOCKE SHOE COMPANY.
GREAT SHOE SALE I
Every hnlr of Colored Shoe* in the houno will be fold within the next y d?I* HL
O The moving power will lw? I'RIOl'. Do romforlablft. Tan Shoe* are eooiff K;
2 than black, *n?l In thl* Mile aro cheaper than you over bought any ksna oc
X fore, or will hnv?? another chance of doinj; ?MX?n again. u
Y l^dle*' Fine Chocolate Kid Shoo* thttt were $?.<? now J q
l^dle*'Fine Voatlng Top Tan Showmwthlng like them J1" H
O All our line of celebratcU Cincinnati made Colored Shoe*, that were J. w h-j I
A ami p? In thin Mil* at H
X MIWM' and Child'* Low Cut Shoes 50c, GCko and * H
V Be? them in window, Come early for choice bargain*.
| J. H, Locke Shoe Company. I
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HOTELS. MACHINERY.
ooocoocx)oocxxx)oooooo }ooc^ Y>,:dman 4
6 -MAMS! 10 I Ml SIATIOV 8 I
| The Glades Hotel, 1 ,!Bsli"4'' "AC,,,!,B0 J
Sj OAKLAND, MD., ji and manufacturers of ma*1*
cji "ALL THE YEAR ROUND." js Ajs.jj ?tationart ENGlNS* H
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