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Stone &
A House-Qeanir
WH*V A.
I Short Ends, Odd Lots and E
j pricc* that are bound to cro
f Come and see how much littl
S'.JdiMt wfll not be disappointed.
Thursday evening's News.
l ira's and
White Goods.
I2j<
Bfv #h<*t Sana ftn* Crmm mil SHver Bl?*ch
I. a4 Damask at 33c, tic. I9c on ?p lo ts
Iff ^ome ?ar{y? bargainB m UUB MUC
I'. tii?ufcr|a.Il^!,.~, 5c
r- ??
ffii Short End? FlnV Imported Piquet, 111,
?5c and Me qualKlen, Friday yd... >*?<
H.: jays??-??* ?? 2St
I fisfcTtoeds.
H g^ci^ji* ?? *"h oood,' u
I ns?* So Wash Goods,
f ShortJStidi UHo Wash Good* ^
?*- ?i ?f..v n^ui. r
i*awr:.r. at
Itan^ti Be Vuh oood., ^
Dress Goods.
Ail Short Rods to be told Friday. an<
. price# named that will effect a speed:
clearance;
5t
WW!".'.?' I2i<
.. 25c
1feto W.? qu*liti??, ^aj
BhortEnHa FlneBlacii Oo'ods to' bi lr,
cloMd Friday at yard, 43c, 29c and..
?- . The freat 811k telling of the past eeasoi
haa left tie with many short pieces. Frl
* *? ir% ho ?nM. f!nma oarbr fo:
choice."
i
ttnjrl *Plec?? 50c, 65c and 75c Silks jr.
fc. to ?M|tf Friday, per yard ***
ti 8hort PMees ttc to ?.? 8llks to bo AO,
tiii Friday, per yard
f Stone &
? OORSBT8?GEO.
M?R
f*7So...03i; a
Another big shipment of s
which has made and will
stir In the corset world thi
ever known. Only one
anough.
Two stylss Vflntllntlnc Carwti *t rA
Om of thsin i.liook short, and njfj
tlio atlisr S-hook lasdium.
Pair
4A. pair for 5-hook Vsnttlatlnt 1A,
*2rfC Corsets. Dollar Corseta sit .1u
V7W mu of tarns fabric. 071
"These six Corset spe
touchable as to value an
section contains such w?
Fitting," R. and G? Flex
Waists, etc.
Bj
nnCTI K A new lot feath
DUJlLkJ. pads?25c up.
f BET
BtCEES
and $150. They are this se
in Enameled and Jeweled.
Less pleasing styles sold
the money we now ask.
Fancy Taffeta and Satin R
Wnlte Kid Belts In smo
Genuine Sealskin Belts
ci{ 170c FiOr*
The famous Earle Belts
Japanese Fans at mark
ft ,
/>rn i! n
ulu. M. ar
NEW GOODS?JC
/
New Goods 4 Wo have j
o new lin
Dinner
ttfhVI. uJtl U uM ?? MM, f,
JOHN FRIE
, mo MAII
*A HANDFUL OF Dl
PUL OF SHAME." (
SAP*
0*
UJ-8T0WB & tHOMAfl.
Thomas.
? !
/ i
roken assortments at clearance
wd the Big Store to-morrow,
^money will buy. The early
For other Friday specials see
Third Floor.
An assorted lot of Printed Draperies,
embracing Ticking*. Denims and
Bllkollnes, price range from 13fto to cr
25c yard, Friday yard
Small Lot 40c and 6So Cheney Bros'. OC"
Drapery Silks, Friday yard
i.
Laces and
Embroideries.
Short Ends Be, 7c and So Laces at or
yard
Short Ends 10c and 15c Laces qr
at yara ?
Short Ends ?c to 39c La cm fflr
at yard
I Short Ends So, 7o and 80 Embrold- Or
cries, yard ^
Short Ends lOo to 15c Embroideries, cr
yard
1 Short Ends 18c to 30c Embroideries, jq^
1 Short Ends 35c to 60c Embroideries, f Q.
I yard
j Hen's ~
' Department
Lot of Fancy Colored Bosom Shirts,
with cuffs to match. Tho famous
"United Brand." Slightly soiled.
You've never bought this make
loss than 81.00, and somo stores
charfro $1.60 for same grade. Choice rn_
Friday 3UC
' Abofh Ave dozen Men's Fancy 811k
Neckties, the 50c kind. Light or
' Dark Bhadea, Friday each
. Confectionery
Department.
SO palls Golden Mixed Candy, the
regular 20c mix. extra line, and
worth taking advantage of. Friday f fonly
per pound *>v
Thomas.
M. SNOOK St CO.
OHIO!
,nd 50c Pair....
l specially meritorious line,
continue to make a greater
an any single line we have
fault-can't get them fast
ITwo stylo French Strip .Inn CorMta PA
Alio iu abort aud meilinmYeniftbi. VVW
Fair.
:,50c?,ook--_5?c
dalties are positively unci
fit. Our immense Corset
all known makes as "Glove
ibone, Ferris and Chicago
.er-weight Bustles and Hip
nsely popular just now. Two
r lines openea Deiween ^oo
ason's most advanced styles
Gold and Oxidized finishes,
larly in the season for twice
Great variety of plain and
ibbons for Crush Belts,
oth and fancy (jrain 19c.
In short, medium and extra
>?Elastic Sillf Beltings,
ed down Drices-5c up.
WOK & CO.
IBM PRISDEI* & CO.
iust opened
g of
Sets and Chamber Sets,
ow price*. Call and wo them.
DEL & CO.,
C STnEIDT.
RT MAY Id? riUUisti2LEAN
HOUSE WITH
OLIO
agQB8~AI.HXA.WPM.
September I, 1896
wtHootaee a pair of ekoe* on
our ahelvea tint wHI eat be rail
Shaft*. There's only Me way
to brlag about that conditio*?
that It to pat a price on what I*
eumnier (fiape* that wW make
tbea go The price la oo
M<m'? Shoe# >1.111) that wan U.00 to H.
Ladles' Shoe* ILK that wera 0.M to It.
OlrIC Shoe* Bo that were SI.SO to U
Ladies' Oxforda tLOD that war* 93.00.
Net oil aim In above, bet
yours, pcrnofM. + + +
All sts?s Lsdlee' Tan Viol Kid Sboss Xh
were 12.00 at $1.50.
ALEXANDER,
SHOE SELLER* 1049 Mda I
BI0YCLB8.
1 ZU DISCOUNT
9 on all P!n/rloc
f UIVJVIW
I FOR NEXT TEN DAYS.
5 <>
| DILLON, WHEAT &
I HANCHER CO. j? j?
BHOB9-NAT BHOTHBR8.
To-day Only.
Friday
Our regular, tbis summer's
- - J_.?? at?.u D..| tm^
Siyw, Hirer ooiiar bh/mv ww? iwi
ladies, wiU be
ON SUE TO DAY IT
$2.48.
12 Inches high. Flexible grip sole,
thoroughly reliable in every respect.
Good as any three dollar boot made.
Come early while we have your size.
NAY BROTHERS,
One Price Shoes. 1317 Market
d-hejntelligenrei
Office! Not. 25 and 87 Fourteenth Street
N?w Advertisement*
To-day Only?Nay Brothen*-EIgh
Pl\Mint?l?BmliWM Mm Who Can Pit
fLfOQ.
Notice?H. Q. Z?ne.
Wnnted?A Good, WW?-Awake Tom
Man.
11 olio, Klondike!?Klondike Shoe St on
Fifth Page.
Corsets-^eo. M. Snook ft Co.?Elgh
tJiIs Puritan Gas Bangs Only $14.00?N<
bitt ft Bro.
Wheeling. SJstersvMo and Mataroor
Trade?Steamer Klolse.
New Publications?Stanton's Old Ci
Book Store.
Jx>ok?B. H. list.
Just lr 8panon?Geo. W. Johnson'! 8or
Assignee's 8aie Below Wholesalo Cost
Bonnet?Albert Stolzo ft Co.
Developing and Printlng-W. C. Brown
10,000.
We bare fitted mora tban twenty tbo
sand plUr* or Spectacles, RirtMC niaN
ord mid experience n* equal led bJ nt
other optician In Weit Virginia. Billita
tlou guaranteed,
JACOB W. GItrilU, Optician,
No. moo .Market Street.
Bllll All OillTC
nun vn rnnwi
6.00, reduoed from Sft.00.
fi.OO, reduced from 17.00.
Madn to order on short nottee. The
elegant Wool Trouanrlupt ere ffrnat h%
B*>ui, and cannot be replaced except ?
a much higher figure.
C. IIK98 * SOMA
Fashionable Tailor* and ParaUherst 13!
and 1383 Market at root.
LOCAL BEEYIIIM.
Mutter* of .Itlnor Moment la and Aboi
(he Oltr.
Chamber of commerce meeting th
morning.
Running races at the state fa
grounds this afternoon.
Tho water will be turned .on In tf
city building fountain this afternoon.
A meeting of the council committee <
-health haa been called for this evcnlr
at 7:30 o'clock.
The council committee op real esta
hau been called to meet nett Mond:
I evening for th transaction of lmportaj
business.
Yesterday morning, at her home t
Mam aireei, occurreu inc umm ?i mi
Jane Oldham, relict of the late Imu
Oldham, In her seventy-fourth year.
James Gavin, the Sixth ward salooi
1st, was given a hearing yesterday, t
Squire Greer, on the charge of assau
nnd battery, preferred by Harry She
voj*. As it was shown that it was
mild affair. the case was dismissed aT
the costs divided.
Latit flight the Ladles' Aid Society i
the German M. 12. church gave a law
lete ut the reshlenca and beautlf
grounds of Mr. George Rentsch, I
Pleasant Valley. In spite of the threa
enlnjc weather. about 150 portions wei
present. House and grounds wero nlci
1y decorntod for the occasion. T1
church choir, under the I readership <
Mr. Albert Metzner, gave a very enjoj
able concert.
In Clrrk Rolwrltmi'* Offlw.
Yeatrrduy In Clerk Robert non's offlc
a marriage license was Iswued to Harr
S. Roberta. a<tr<^) thlrt?v^throe ven.rn. an
Kettle II. Canx*il. aged twentfy-Vw
year*. of WmMiiftUB, Pa.
Cnril of TliMiikn.
I trlrti to neknowliedKo through t*
prrtw tho receipt of my Hnim In fu
from tho BQUITAWLn} IWDUOTRIA
INflURANQB COMPANY, briujeh 01
fire Bxohanffe Bank HuMtMrw, ii|?on th
death of my traflband, William KoMy.
Tho 10gi:iTA?L#R*H courtly an
prompt**-** I* very commendable, ?n
<l*jwrvliTK of tho patromiire of tt*? pubM<
MRS. KBIjLY,
AxiffUHt 4,1RM. 29 Pike atrwt.
KOIt Diarrhea* try lllaektorry >ptrlt
? |)?rr (llalllUtluii 9t bUckbtrrli
tluongh cop|Mn It )Wtn old.
r,mtr*oo.
rI "MERCHANTS' DAY"
'i
Chamber of Commerce Meets tbla
Morning to Arrange a
DUPLICATION Of '07*S SUCCESS
SO ME OF MB JOBBBHf FEAR
M THERE IS NOT ENOUOH TIME
N?A tfivn mtrtn IP.
1W. ilM wmva IV Anau ?ua ??
* RANOSMENTS, BUT THE MAJORITY
TAKE THE OTHER
VIEW ?ANOTHER IMPORTANT
SCATTER THAT SHOULD BE
41 CONSIDERED BT THE CHAMBER
This morning ot 10 o'clock. In the
room* of ths chamber ot commerce,
;j_ (hero will be ? meeting of the chamber
? and of (he whnleaale buelneee men of
(he city, for the purpoieof deciding upon
? the proportion to obierve "Merchante"
? Day" thl? _ year. There thould be a
A Urge and representative attendance, for
a duplication of laat year's success can
Q only be mod? assured by the oordlal ooX
operation of all the jobbers.
{ It Is learned that there le tome oppo
6 sttlon to the movement from persons
who claim that there It not sufficient
X time In which t<? arrange for the cele*
rt bratlon before the fall trade la over.
The majority, however, "believe that the
V celebration can toe arranged for In good
a shape and the date aet soon after the
4 state fair In September.
9 None of the merchants denies the
f great benefits that resulted from "Mera
chants' Day" when Observed In the
O elaborate manner in evidence hurt year,
f If everybody puts his shoulder to the
2 task "Merchant?* Day" can be celebrated
next month In a manner that will
add many to the commercial friends
and customers of the jobbers of this
city.
While the chamber of commerce is
considering the "Merchants' Day" proposition
this morning, the Intelligencer
suggests that another matter of as
much importance be looked Into, and
that Is the securing of special rates
from the railroads entering Wheeling
lor me lucnuiams ui iuv ?dlu?^
New York and other cities are
securing special rate# for merchants
visiting them, and there 1? no reason
why Wheeling should not be equally favored.
The idea is about as follows:
The railroads covering a certain section
announce low rates (usually one
fare for the round trip)- to Jobbing centers;
then the commercial bodies and
the Jobbers of the city make known
these special rates to ;their customers
and invite them to take advantage of
the concession by coming on and
making personal inspection of their
stocks. The rates usually are good during
a period of ten days, and with a
thirty day llmt for the return trip.
A RECEIVER APPOINTED.
On the application of W. R. Donaldson
and other stockholders of the Donaldson
Carriage Company, a receiver
? has been appointed for the company by
Judge Paull. of the circuit court. The
" receiver is George Hook, cashier of the
German la bank, who has taken charge
of the company's affairs. He qualified
? yesterday, giving bond ia the sum of
$10,000. The assets of the company are
? considerably in excess of the liabilities.
The receiver is empowered to bring the
th company's affairs to a close.
ce WORK NEARLY COMPLETED.
B. F. Higylns, who has the painting
contract at the city and county building,
has done his work In a manner that
th cannot but meet with the approbation
of the committee on real estate of counss
cil under whose supervision the work
M has been done. The repair work being
done has given the public budding a
ty well groomed appearance, which it has
not had for several years.
is. *
BLTTMEINB ERG-BEHREN8.
On Wednesday evening, at the home
of the bride's parents on tne island, occurred
the marriage of Prof. Edward
Blumenberg, the well-known violinist
xj of the Philharmonic quartette, and Miss
o- Little Behrens. The many friends of
the contracting parties will hasten to
tender hearty congratulations.
"WILL DEFEND HIM.
J. C. Heinlein, of Brldegport, leaves
this morning for Bast Liverpool, where
he will defend young James McConIt
ntufthcy, a Bridgeport boy charged with
shooting a young man of East Livern
pool a few days ago.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERAL WATERS
APOLM5ARIS, from Xthculah PrtiMla,
Grrmnnf.
KRONTflAl* frtm Nuinn,
]fl WILIIRLM'S QDELU, from Kiwr,
Germany.
, ftAMJTAltlSt fr?n IU CMr 8prt?t*i
Jr Mich.
RPRUOBI f fTom Ml. Clemens, Mich.
4>KAY| from Cambridge Spring*, P?.?
All Ifalnrnl ffltiirral
>n A Large Ntonk of PURE OI.O U'lllR1K
KIPS and PIWK WlNRSOP A 1,1, KINDS
al war* ou baud.
t? P. WRLTV * CO.
ly
at Wo Finer Trip
Than up the lake* to Mocklrmo Trinnd I
?n with Its cool, Invigorating breeze*. No
9. trip offers so much for bo Httle money,
combining rest, health, recreation and
beautiful scenery. Only ten dollars for
the round trip, tickets good fifteen days,
on August 18th via C? L. & W. Ry, and
}y D. & C. N. Co.'s elegant boata Consult
1,1 O. R Wood, Trav. Pairs. Agt., MoLure
r- Houee Mock, for fuW particulars and IIrt
lustrated book otf the trip. tta
id ?
IHiACKHRItRY, Wilt ITS (Mrfttt dl?.
Of tltlnilAii of blackberries, throngh cop:n
per, 10 year* old, ve?y tin*,
ul P.WKIJTAW.
In '
t- BURDOCK mood Bitter* gives a man
re a clear head, an active brain, a strong,
p- vigorous body?makes hlra fit for tho
battle of life. 1
>f
>.v4li Uh/,f>. cftaainl CaIa
OttiC
Our buyer Is now In Now York purchanInir
our foil and holiday Roods, and In ordpr
to reduce our stork ar? offering bari*
cnlns on our ntlre lino.
it 600 Ladles' and Gents' Solid Oold and
" Oold Killed Watohts, warranted, from
f- ruamond Rings from II to BOO.OO *aeh.
to You will find many bargains In Diamonds
^ ,nRor"ra? liest Silver Knives and Fork*
"i SS.D& per doscn. 8olld Silver Tea Spoons
" W.76 per set.
c. ladles' Solid Oold Rings from fl.OO up.
Children's Solid Oold Rings from Wo up.
W? do Una watch repairing at reduced
prices.
? SHEFF BROS.,
Corner Main and Etenath Street*
THI Hga-o^rauiai i
Be Quit
m 0r
Grt
Somebody's going to be dis.
it over bccause they were TC
! "? ?w!n TIia man ivltl
??fi MiSMIMU. *"v ???
buttons steps into the waiting
tions; you've got just time tc
aboard. Two or three .minut
and the train pulls out pie i
the street finds he is TOO I
for the next train. It's the a
cleaning up sale of
Hen's and 607s' Suits
And Furnishings
We're calling the bargains
to get here if you start now
th#? Hnv after the went.
somebody '11 be left See o
ing argument*
theTiu
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH
SERGE SUITSBAER'S
We believe when ofiferi
are to be considered: First
Second?Are they desirable i
we mean they must be just
search of, at the same time t<
they can be bought for else
cheapest just at the heighf ot
here, and only some thirty su
Pure
$7.50!
W turn(
had a right to expect. Don'
suits?they are $12 and $15
Lee B
Twelfth S
WASH G00D3-QB3.
Geo. R. Taylo
Wash Goods.
The newest and latesl
Batistes, Tissue Brode
Goths, ranging in prii
close at 14 cents.
Parasols.*^
We have just a few le!
in price from $2.50 to S
11
Suits, Skirts
and Wraps.^^
Wc are closing out our
Linen and White* Pit)!
Skirts, Crash and Lini
quoted.
Geo. R. Taylo
J. H. LOCKE SHO!
Loci*
HOTELS.
"MAILS! TO IHl SlAIiaH.** ^
The Glades Hotel, ?
OAKLAND. MIX, S A>
I "ALL THE YEAR ROUND." jj
LNfO l>gB?133?3V
% | ir Mt Oat-Talked Oltta.
^ New.
You'll Miss a
aof Rarnrain
W.U.U J-/U.1 fjU.Ul...
appointed when this tale
)0 LATE. It's like talc-'
1 the blue cap and brass
r room and calls the stat
buy your ticket and get
es later the gong sounds
nan who is rushing down
.ATE He's got to wait
arae way with this great
4
now. There's plenty of time
. Somebody's going to come
The train -will be gone, and
ur window displays?convincr
|*% Clothiers, Hatters
I I Jj and Furnishers,
AND MARKET STREETS.
-B ABB'S. v _
[>el On a Coat
leans Standard of Merit
ng bargains, two things
?Are they reasonable?
' In these two phrases
such suits as men are in
a sell them for less than
iwhere. Serge Suits are
wearing time, but only
lits available at this price,
wool, black and blue
won't fade?we'd give a
suit in a jiffy for one that
:d out less good than you
t think of them as $7^50
suits for $7.50.
aer,
tree t.
R. TAYLOR 00.
r Company.
t fabrics, comprising Etaminej,
, Organdie, Madras and Zephyr
ce from 25c to 60c per yard, to
7V
t, all this season's styles, ranging
10.00, now $1.25 to $5.oa
i
Tailor-Made Suits, Embroidered
ic Suits, Black and Plaid Cloth
:n Skirts at prices never before
r Company.
EE COMPANY. _
ut Shoes.
arly all our brut line of lidl**' ahoeftf}
1U0 in one factory. We have discover*!
it this factory m.ifcrs the best AttlnP.
>st satisfactory \sraring shoes to he top.
il Wo buy them there, a* we want oniy
? best. This cut represent* one of tn?
dine- styles In our famous CindflW"
o of lad|f>!t' Colored Vlrl Shoos. Tn*
i*? and $3.00 quality. We hare otb?r
les; also button and laee, none of tnem
ow the grade. We havo made a
: price to close them out, and you?*/
cnoicB oi uie cniiro nuw ?
nil price of
$2.00.
*4lM' Oxford* Mc, 75c, ItOO. Ml**'
1 Child's Oxfords 50c, GOc,
:e Shoe Co.*^
machinery.
ft IS DM AN * ca]
b
GENERAL MACHINISTS
ID MANUFACTURERS 0? WABINS
AND BTAT10NART ENOINE&
ull _ SVtiwUBC. A .Vfc.

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