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j BTOHE OliOSHD-STOW a THOMAS.
JpbinJ & Thomas..
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Our Store Will Be Closed
Until 11 O'clock
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Thursday Morning.?
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SILKS?GEO. U. SNOOK <1 CO.
SNOOK & CO.
A New Silk Novelty
In the form of a rich appearing Bayedere has just been added to
. 1 the silk stock. It's a distinctly new weave?a blend of Taffeta and
Gros Grain, with neither the extreme stiffness of one or the usual
softness of the other. Eight rich street and evening- shades com1
praethis assortment, which is especially adapted for waist making
and trimming.
New Black Taffeta Silks.
, jWant yon to compare these with the very best values that ever
came to your notice:
19 inches wide, 59c and 63c yard.
22 inches wide, 75c and 79c yard.
27 inches wide, $1.00 and $1.15 yard.
New wide and narrow welt Piques?White and Fancies.
Ready-Made Department. Fancy Neckwear.
Managers are determined to carry Large shoulder pieces of Piques,
no summer articles over. Rcduc- Nainsook Inserting?, All-Overs,
tfons apply to Dress Suits and and Cliiffons, variously cornSkirts,
Bicycle Suits and Skirts, b'nf^ "e ?" 5al? at exactl>' ?LNtiw
i m 1. ur . . . HALF, Hound to carrv nothinr
Silk Waists, Wash Waists, etc., etc. of this ?0rt Qvcr chi|(Ircn^
Pressure on pnees is tremendous. Aprons, Ladies' Aprons?new
Cbme and get the benefit ideas.
Ladies' Black Hose, 50c Value for 25c.
Hennsdorf fa<t black dye, lustrous silk finish, full 50 gauge, high
spliced heels and toes. In two weights, light and medium. Full
Joe value at 25c. Children's fast black, 4-thread Lisle Hose,
35c for all sizes. Men's fast black Seamless Socks, with white
feet, ioc pair. Great lines of plain and fancy Hosiery for men,
women and children.
GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
NBW GOODS-JOHN FRIBDEL & 00.
Mpw finnrlft
41 W I? -wi ww>wi
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We wfll put on sale, com- fX# O .
mefldng Monday, the 8th, I IfflflPI* ?
twenty-six different patterns of L^U 11AC1
Mm Mg Dae of Chamber Sets. AT VERY LOW PRICES.
No use drinking muddy' water when you can /et a
PILTER that has stood the test for JO years, for $2.35.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO.,
nm SCAZIf aTKllllT.
hbokb-albxandbb.
20Discount
ON ALL MEN'S TAN SHOES. ?.
h'a dacamfa
11V I1WVI T?l
....ANYTHING IN THE HOISE....,
This Week Only.
One-Fifth Off.
ALEXANDER,
SHOE SELLER. 1049 Main St
bioyoub. *
I OR PERCENI |
% /ii \ nicrnrvT *
6 uv/ ujjwvtiu o
I on ^ Bicycles |
| FOR NEXT TfN DAYS. $
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nil nil tl/uriT S. T
A UILLUI1, "IIU1I W O
I HANCHER CO.jtj* o
5?o?o?o?o?o?o?o?o*o?o
SHOBS?NAT BR0THBB8.
All ?*
Summer Shoes
Must Go.
W? ar? dotermlned to rid our shelves of
every pair of summer shoes within next
rinvii Tf nricA means anything they
I will RO quick. Commenclnic to-day (Bat!
urday). Thcae aro the prlcea that will
move them:
( SI SO now IL97
I *00 now 12.35
MHTS SHOES?. j
J 15.00 now 13.88
MUST HAKE ROOM FOR FALL STOCK.
Nay Brothers,
ONE PRICE. J? J* * * SHOES.
1317 Mir kit St.
ffltaJnteUigenrcr
Office: Not. 25 and 27 Fourteenth Street.
New Advertisement*.
For Rent?Dwelling, Sixth Ward.
Labor Day Picnic.
Peanut Butter?H. F. Behrens Co.
Wheeling, Sistersvllle and Matsmoras
Trade-Steamer Elolse.
For Sale-Simpson & Tatura.
For Rent-C. A. Schaefer * Co.
Opera Hous??Wilson ft Cleveland's Minstrels.
Money to Loan?Theo. W. Fink & Co.
You Can't Sleep?R. 11 Lilt
Just in Season?Geo. W. Johnson's Bona
For 8ale?Howard Hazlett.
Photographs from the Front?Second
Page.
You Should Have a Cap?MoFadden's?
Second Page.
Our Store Will Be Closed Until 11 O'clock
Thursday Morning?8tone & Thomas?
i Eighth Page. _
so.ooo.
w- mnFM fhnn tweliftv thou
and pain of Spectacle*, glTlnt ui a reoord
anrl experience imequnlleil by auf
other optician In West Virginia. BalUfao
Clou guarai?<eed.
JACOD W. GItUDD, Optician,
No. 1S0U .Market Street.
RUN ON PANTS.
0.00, reduced fiora 911.00.
3.00, redact?1 from 97.00.
Hade to order oo abort notice. These
elegant Wool TroaaerliigK are great bar*
gains, ami cannot be replaoed except at
a much higher flgnre.
V. II KM * HONS,
Faalilonable Tallon ami Farulilieri, 1331'
and 1333 Market street.
The Sheriff Acquitted.
Mr. John A. Howard returned last
night from MIddlebourne, where he defended
Sheriff S. O. Pylc In tho Tyler
county circuit court on the charge *?f
allowing1 a prisoner to escape from tho
county JalL The Jury acquitted the
sheriff.
Knocked oil (lie Wheel.
Last night a runaway team belong
Ing to Ed Wheal, or tno souin tsiue,
truck a boy riding on a bicycle, at
Thirty-third and Eoff streets, knocking
him off hi* wheel. The boy. whose name
could not be learned, wan assisted Into
Hanklns' hospital, where H wa? found
that he had Buffered nothing more than
a few bruises.
In Clark nob?rtioii'a Omoe.
In Clerk Rubertson'a office yesterday,
the following transfer of real estnte
was recorded:
Deed made August IB. 1698, by Augustine
and Annie T. Gaus; consideration,
11,200; transrers part 01101 i>?o. 11.1, earner
of Eleventh street and the Second
ward market apace.
Two deeds of trust were recorded yesterday.
VTot \V?athor Kscapr,
It la a wise roan and a wiser woman
who has decided <0 escap? theae hot Auirust
days by irolnir io the cool, Invlgoratlnic
breezes of Mackinac Tstand on the
excursion that leaves over the Cleveland,
Lorain A WheeHnff railway tomorrow.
Any who have nol m-.ide their
plans to go had bettor see O, II. Wood,
McLure Houvo block, who will have
chorRo of tho party.
RAVE your pennlci; they will nialto
dollars by tho 27th of AiiRUfet. l lion
attend the Ohio Valley Tradcx Assembly
picnic. 17-24-25
lUvarlan Rtenralon to PltUbnrsh, vl?
P?UMiflvanlH IHIh,
Special train will leave Wheeling at
6:30 n. in., city time. Round trip, |l CO.
Tickets Rood rcturnlnfi until AuruhI 20.
"How <o Cttra All NklM Dlirain."
Blmply apply "UWAYNJfS OINTmknt."
No Internal meUlcln. required.
Cure, tutor, k??h Uch. all eruption.
on tho file., hand., no.., tic., IcjvInK
tho .kin clear, white nnd healthy.
Jta (treat healing and curative power,
nr. po.aeued by no other rum.ily. A.k
your druMtat for aWAYNITS OINT*
MKNT. Avoid aubstltutca. tth.Aw,
THE SECOND DAY
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Of the Teachers' Institute Results
in Increased. Intereat.
MUCH FRUITFUL DISCUSSION
ON THE VARIOUS TOPICS-FHOF.
THOMAS B. HODGES, OF THE
STATE UNIVERSITY, AND PROP.
DUNCAN. OF BRIDGEPORT,
MAKE GOOD TALKS?186 TEACHERS
ENROLLED?A DEBATE ON
A TIMELY QUESTION AT THE
ENTERTAINMENT LAST, NIGHT.
The second day's sessions of (ho Marshall
county teachers' Institute at Ben- i
wood, yesterday, were marked with
more Interest and enthusiasm than dls-)
tlngulshed the opening day, and the various
topics on the programme elicited
fruitful discussions. An entertaining
and Instructive programme has been |
prepared for to-day.
Prof. Thomas E. Hodges, of the state I
university, took part In yesterday's pro- I
'ceedlngs. and he made several rousing 1
talks. Instructor Glthens was materl- J
ally assisted also by Prof. Duncan, of
Bridgeport, so that while the institute
seemed threatened at first with a dearth
of Instructor!, it now bas a goodly supply.
The morning session began at 10
o'clock. "Language Study" was the
first target for Ungual bombardment.
The discussion was opened by Jnmea
Ryan, and later takep up by Prof.
Hodges, trtw made a splendid talk.
Prof. J. T. King upheld ? compulsory
sohool law, giving reasons and benefits
<o be derived from this law.
The morning session concluded with
a talk on school affaire in general, oy
Prof. Jones, of Bellalre.
Language was taken up again In the
afternoon. Prof, Githens spoke of the
origin of the English language, the derivation
of the words, and the composite
hereditary elements of the English lanI
guage.
Prof. Duncan's remarks on "Nature
| Study" were Intensely Interesting.
Prof. Hodges gave another practical
| dissertation on the last topic, "A Teacher's
Preparation." His remarks were
well chosen, and he drew some apt illustrations.
Last nlphft an entertainment waa
given in -the M. E. church by the Benwood
teachers. The feature waa the
debate on the question, "Resolved, That
the United States should hold all territory
Belted in the Spanish-American,
war." The affirmative was taken by
Hon. Joslab Sinclair and Prof. W. R.
Oorby; the negative, by T. B. Weekly
and Prof. C. E. Carrigan.
A literary and musical entertainment
will T>e riven u*uui iuia ctcuju?.
Visitors yesterday Included J. Alex.
Touns. S. B. Blair kind Miss Meta Roberts,
of Moundavllle. Miss Maude Curtis,
of Wert liberty, and Prof. F. H.
CraRO, of Wheeling, and Miss OUvo
Rose, of Nashville. Tenn.
There are 188 teachers enrolled in the
Institute.
The committee on resolutions appointed
by, Superintendent Wirt, consists
of the following: W. R. Gorby, D.
Bonar. S. Hicks, Llizle Turner. Barah
Porter. Mrs. Elva Conner, Mary Halplne.
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CRAZY COLORED MAN
Created a Commotion at the Race Track
Yesterday?He was Arrested.
a * - _. 1 *V. ? nltntifnplr In 1lll
A coiorro nun wim ? jihwuhh?
bands and Insanity in his eyes, was a
feature not on th$ programme for the
races at the state fair grounds yesterday
afternoon. People flew out of the
colored man's reach, and general commotion
reigned supreme. Finally he
was corralled In a stable and Lieutenant
O. M. Supler did the rest.
The prlponer halls from Danville, Ky.,
and his name Is Winston Welch. He
has been employed In the stables at the
race track. His Insanity Is due to a
fall he received off a horse, and a plate
In his head shows where his skull was
cracked.. He became very effusive and
energetic when deposited In Bqulre Rogers*
court, and the officer had to hold
him for awhile. Squire Rogers, with all
the YVieoom or n ooaru 01 siraiepy. rumored
the colored man, "by playing oft
doctor. He felt -the colored gentleman'*
pulse, looked at hie tongue, and In true
medical style soothed his turbulent
feelings, eo that Welch was led to the
Jail ns meek as a Jamb for his hearing
to-day.
FIVE Great Bicycle Roces, Five
Horse Races and other amusements on
Labor Day, at Fair Grounds, Saturday,
August 27.
LAST
Atlantic City and Henshora Excursion
Thartday, Aajnat 23, Orratly Unlaced
llntr*. Baltimore and Ohio Hallroart.
Tnc lasi popinar srapnori- fxcuivmi^
via the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, wiH
be rui> Thursday, August 25, to Atlantic
City Cape May, Sea InU? City, Ocean
City, N. J.. and Ocean City, M<1. Tickets
will be good twelve (12) day* including
clay of sale.
Stop-overs wIM be aOowed on return
trip at Philadelphia* Baltimore and
Washington on tickets sold to New Jersey
r?. sorts, and nj Baltimore and Washington
on tickets sofd to Ocean City,
Aid.
Tickets will be sold on above date from
Wheeling for $10 00 round trip, and
trains will leave 12:25, 5:25 and 10:55 a. m.
and 5:20 p. m.
Call on or address nearest ticket agent
Baltimore & Ohio railroad for ticket*
and full information, or apply to T. C.
Burke, poswnger and ticket agent,
Wheeling.
K. of P. Rxcnralon lo Imltanapotla via
Pennsylvania I.lnra.
The K. of P. of Wheeling nnd Uniform
Pnmiinnlea Nos. 1. 21 and 29. have se
lected tlio Pennsylvania line for their
trip to Indianapolis, August 21. Special
train will leave Wheeling at 8 a.
m.. cKy time, running through without
change. Hound trip, $6 CO.
Excursion tickets will also be sold for
all regular trolns August 20. 21 and 22.
^I^Special Sale
Our buyer Is now In New York purchasing
our fnll and holiday good*, and In orl,.r
to reduce our mock are offering barcnlns
on our entlro line.
mm) ladles' and dents* Solid Gold and
Gold Filled Watches, warranted, from
tW nVimond ninir* from tS to ttflO.OO *aeh.
You will And many bargains In Diamond*
,nR0K*nT b*at 8llvar Knlvra and Fork*
$2.tt> P<>r dften. Solid Silver Tna flpooni
13.75 per art.
Ixiiile*' Solid Gold Rlnra from 11.00 up.
Children'* Solhl Oold Ring* from 80o up.
Wo do flno watch repairing at reduccd
prlcca.
SHEFF BROS.,
Corner Main and eleventh Street*.
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B BP ABATE PAWTg-THM BOB. .
We're Out-Talked Often, Out-Done Never!
Separate
PAMS
We're !laving a special sale. You ought to be interested,
for if there's one time more than another
mam ran annmriato a rvnrtfc harrmin if ,'c nm?
WUVII ;wm ?*? ? I ? o?? .? M ?Wq,
when the scrvicc of a season has begun to make its
mark on those you're wearing. The qualities?you
know what they are at THE HUB?THE BEST.
The patterns are the choicest and most exclusive.
Not a pair of the pants but was made for this season,
and regular prices have given way to enormous reductions.
But the sale is a week old, and to get the
best choice you should comc at once.
Those that have been 00 RA
and now... tDfl.UV.
Those that have been ff-| QQ
$3 and $2.50 how...
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Neat popular patterns?perfect fit Maybell match
your coat and vest?surely combine well with them,
and at these prices we're not getting cost out of them.
rr"* I in fill n Clothiers, Hatters
I nL nUD, and Furnishers,
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS.
Mil
DBE88 GOODS?QBO. B. TAYLOR CO.
Geo. R. Taylor Company.
This Wfifik.
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Commencing on Monday, the 15th day of August, customers
visiting our store will find great inducements in all departments to
make purchases, as we are cleaning up stock preparatory to the arrival
of our New Fall and .Winter Goods and our Special Importations.
Dress Goods.
We call your attention to a line of Foulard Silks, which sold
from 75 cents to $1-25. now 48 and 63 cents per yard.
Hosiery.
All of our Ladies' and Children's Fan<y Plaid and Striped
Lisle and Cotton Hose to close at just ONE-HALF their original
price. Ladies' Fast Black Onyx Hse from 25 to 90 cents.
Sole agents for the celebrated brand of P. Centemeri & Ca
Kid Gloves and Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Underwear.
Geo. R. Taylor Company.
WHITE. HANDLBT FOSTSa. .
Lamps....
We have just received the best line of Lampi
that were ever brought to the city. Lamps at
all prices. j* f
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Uecorated A Up all lamias
Night lamps . . 131, COMPLETE,
Brass QR
Banquet Lamps . V-l.uO WITH GLOBE.
TPS. _ ^ (I We will give FREE with every Lamp at
Ir^ jj?(0(FJ o $3-00 or more, a Stand?"Oak or Mi*
hogany finish.
j? CALL AND SEE THEM j?
WHITE, HANDLE? 4 FOSTER.
Herman Frank, Frank E. Foster, Receivers.
8847 AND 8849 MAHKST ?TRBBT.
J. H. LOCKE SHOW COMPANY.
4$gjp& About Shoes.
if \ ft&J Nearly all our beat line of ladlr*#
\ ,P! I li jl mndo In one factory. We have dtoco^r
\ *?/ U W that this factory maken the beat flttinfr
I %R It . n moat aotlafactory weartnir shoe? to oe n? .
and we buy them there, aa vro want onry
cJA |V J n the best. faila cut representa one of "?
/ \l . II lcadln* atylea In our famous i.lne?nna?
/ /T*k W ftl S i'no of la A lea* Colored Vlcl flhora. TW
/ \ A/ A]// UfiO and 13.00 quality. Wo h*rec?J
\ ;l5\. atylea; alao hutton and lacc. none of ??
V ^ DTIOW mo *s.ou Rrnnc. ?vr -- _
W. X.'Sv * low price to done them out, nnd you nw
v > ,?2A ,ak? yotir chotee of thv entire line at U>?
small price or
$2.00.
IjicIIm- Oxford. COc, 76c, 11.00. Mil"'
"" and Child's Oxfords 50c, 60c, 75c.
Locke Shoe Co.^^
B<ym,s. | MACHINERY. _
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