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B LACg CURTAINS?8T
| Stone &
(A bKIAI fKIUAf ?"
v Lace Cur
; To-day in our Curtain Depr
* Va special invoice of about 50
r Curtains, 3 and 3# yards 1<
' some new designs, divided
: day's sale, and marked at
79c, 98c, $1.25 an
C "
! Come and see these whethei
You'll be surprised to see
such a small price.
1 sue Ladle*' Choice Bleached c. K
, Kmlin, Friday a yard
( bale* 40-Inch Unbleached Muslin, oT.
Friday a yard a?c 1
It pteoes Flno Blank Silk Laces,
Itel inches wide, worth up to (r. I.
Mc. Friday a yard.
Wtalta Enameled Picture Frames,
Hi with Fapoy out Corners and C
Hand Cut Bevel Edge Mat, tho ycr
mo kind. Friday each "c
lMnch square, well filled, uncovered
Feather Cushions, Friday 75c I!
each
P Our entire stock of Fine Imported 2,
French Organdies that sold at ?c.
also Fine Silk and Linen Wash
Goods, In beautiful colorlnits, sot.
H that sold at EOo, Friday a yard.. *?>c M
i? '
ISO doaen Ken's Pure Linen Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs, value 12jc|i
UO Oak and Mahogany Stands,
%?11 finished, the usual I1.2S 79. L
, trade, Friday each
ICO dosan Bleached Hemstitched <n. ?
pillow Cases, Friday each ,uc
100 dosen ?6x* Heavy TJnhleached t. L
Pfltow Caws. Friday each
At the Confectionery Depart ra
To-day we place on
Silver Bell Mixed Ca
Stone &
c 8PMMBB QOOD3?QBO.
snook
; X.
Over 2,200
Square Feet
of additional store room
.occupancy. The new room' will be dii
made section, and many new lines will
N>"-/
An Additional
in the basement is also
growing business demand these two
i
V ~
In the Meantii
there remain quite a
dispose of?dispose of QUICKLY?;
east, and the arrival of New Fall am
<"? --- t O
daily occurrence, come to us iur oim
( here WHICtl SELL?we carry.nothii
* =====
/-v r * o Waist, Suit and Ski
III r? .. Lawn and Zephyr,
Headwear and Nec
and many other extraordinary
SOME VERY PRETTY "WARWICK"
GEO. M. SN<
NEW GOODS?JOHN
New Good
We will put on sale, com- ]
mencing Monday, the 8th, j
twenty-six different patterns of '
Also a big Pae of Chamber Sett.
No use drinking muddy 1
FILTER that has stood the test
JOHN FRIEL
1U9 MAIST
?, 'f-Ci. .
OME & THOSIA3.
Thomas.
tain Sale.
irtmentwe place on sale
o pairs Nottingham Lace
)ng, extra width, handinto
four lots^for this
d $1.48 per pair*
you wish to buy or not.
such qualities selling at
) pieces Fine Swiss Embroideries,
S to 5 Inches wide, value 12%c, r
Friday a yard
ot Men's 80c Colored Negligee -1QShirts.
Friday each
ot Odds and Ends Men's Summer
Weight Underwear, Shirts and frr
Drawers, Friday cholco >
ne lot Fancy Silks, embracing
Plaids, Stripes, Checks and Fanclcsj
24 Inches wide, Friday a
! pieces double fold Mixed Dress zlGoods,
tho 12%c kind, Friday at.. ?*c
DOO Ladles' Linen Collars, 5 styles, O12',i
value, Friday each
0 dozen Ladles' Pure Llnon Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs, Friday rr
each
000 rolls White Blank Glimmer
Wall Papers, full length rolls, 2Friday
a bolt ^
arge. comfortable, Willow Rocking
Chairs, tho kind you seo else-1*)
where at 14.00. Friday each
1 dozen Colored Border Damask Ar
Doylies, fringed, Friday each....
arge size Brown Turkish Towols, Qr
Friday eaoh 7y*
tent.
kale fifty pails fine Tin
ndy at per pound .. 10
Thomas.
M. SNOOK & CO.
& co.
i
)
j
is now being prepared for our
rectly over our present
be displayed therein.
Room
in preparation. Our rapidly
additions.
me
lot of Summer Goods to
as two of our buyers are now
:1 Winter Goods is a thing of
lmerGoods of any kind; prices
tig from one season to another.
OFFERS
offers, still remain in force.
CIIINAWARE OPENED TO-DAY.
POK & CO.
FRIBDEL & OO.
s.
Dinner Sets
AT VERY tow PRICES.
water when you can get a
for JO years, for $2.35.
)EL & CO.,
aTnziiDT.
8HOBF-A.LBXAm>BB,
20^
Discount
ON ALL MEN'S TAN SHOES.
No Reserve.
....ANYTHING IN THE HOUSE.-.,
This Week Only.
One-Fifth Off.
a i rviiinro
IALLAnilULII,
SHOE SELLER. 1049 Main SL I
BICYCLES.
o*o?o*o?o?o?o*o#o*o#9
I OR PERCENT I
I 20 DISCOUNT |
! onaD Bicycles |
FOR NEXT TEN DAYS.
$ <> I
I DILLON, WHEAT & if
t HANCHER CO. j? > t
8HOB3?NAY BROTHERS.
This Week
wJJJ about clean up our tan shoes,
judging from tho way they havo
I been juovlngr since our CLEAN UP
SALE began, j his buiu hub uccu
remarkably siiece.s?ful, and It ts not
to be wondered at, since every shoe
is new and up to date.
THE PEOPLE KNOW THIS,
hence tho quick moving of a largo
stock of seasonable footwear at
prices so low that almost anyone
can afford to wear the beat In tan
shoes at a small cost.
Same special prices rule:
MEN'S SHOES. ||||| LADIES' SHOES.
95.00 go at $3.98. ||i|| 13.00 go at $2.48.
$4.00 go at 13.15. |;';i
$3.50 go at $2.97. i .1 $2.50 go at $1.97.
$3.00 go at $2.35.
$150 go at $L97. ilill $2.00 go at'SLB.
Our windows show some of tho styles.
Nay Brothers, -s
ONE PRICE. j? Jl J? SHOES."
<3)7 Mtrlut St.
?kf.3ntclUgetirer
Office: Kun. Sfinud 87 Fourteenth Street.
Niw AUfcrtlirmanti.
Cincinnati Packet?Steamer Will J.
Cummins.
Wanted?Girl for General Housework.
Wanted?Roy 15 to 18 Years of Age.
Administrator's Notice?Joseph Kora.
Labor Day Notice?Oscar Howard.
Grand Opera House?"Tennessee's Pardner."
For 8ale?G. O. Smith.
Polish?It. H. List.
I Engraved Calling Cards and Wedding Invitations?Stanton's
Old City Book Store.
Just In Season?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
Panohaa?Alltert StolZC & CO.
A Great Friday Lace Curtain SaleStone
A Thomas?Eighth Page.
Our Specials?Geo. E. Stlfel & Co.?
Third Page.
7He Nijrht Shirts for 49c?McFadden's?
Second Fab'e- _
to.ooo.
Wo have fitted more titan t vrrntjr thon auri
pnlraof bpeolaolc*, slvlueni a roe*
ord mill cxpnrlenco uneqtialled by any
oilier optician In Woit Virginia. S??i?faction
guar;* n'ml.
JACOll W. GKUI1II, Optician,
No. 1HOU Jiarkot Street.
RUN ON PANTS.
SO.OO, rndnerd ftom 98.00.
S3.00, reduced from 17.00.
Mado lo onlnr ou abort notice. Thofte
lexaut Wool TrouaorlngN are great burSalnn,
and cuunot lw rcplaoed eioept at
a much higher Ugure.
C. BJHH & SONS,
Fashionable Tnllors and Furulahem, 13SI
and 13Sa Jlarket riiroet,
In Clerk lloberfiinti,a Office.
Yesterday In CTerk Robertson's ?file*,
tlu? foMowin^r transfers of rea>I) estate
were recorded:
Deed,' made A umint 24, 1898, by Alfred
Caftlwett to Lrixxle L>. GiHespy; consideration
$1,775; transfers lot 8 and
nort'h luili' of lot 7, In square 0.
DectS, made August 24, 1S38, by C. L.
HiW ar.'d wife to John Mteflcher, consideration;
$1,6000; transfers t:lrirty-one feet
off fiotrth Bide of tot AO on west side of
MfcColtoch street, "between thlrty-flrst
nrul tflvlrtv-second streets.
TBAj COMPACT'S TROUBLE.
In Squire Greer's court yesterday
mornlnw the attachment and distress
milt, tvMch was brought ngainst t"he
ISastcrn; Ten Comfpany n few days ago
was withdrawn. in consideration of the
(tefenOam having given a. good' bond
far Hoiirlty.
A few minutes after the release had
been made, the property was re-attaOhedi
in accordance,witih a warrant sworn
out by W*n. Wolvingtoni the South Side
Hour ami feed man.
NATIONAL CfcOATIANS TO MEET.
President John Liiblc, of Ucmvoo<1,has
Issued a call for the fifth annual convention
of the National Croatian Soclety
at Chicago, September 17. This
society thouKh quite young. In strong
In membership, having r.,000 rncmbers.fci
which every state In <he union Is represented.
Pennsylvania and Illinois
have the largest representation in the
order, which Is of a beneficial character.
Big preparations are making In Chicago
for the entertainment of the delegates,
and it Is expected before the convention
Is over that the total membership of
mo ROOieiy Will OP uouoicu. I t!?- IHU
IndflcH in this neetlnn, one In Wheeling
nnrl one in Benwood, boast of 150 members.
POIt 87 rriiin?Orm-linir iloxon llur Cfiblnet
ritomarnpliM, Auijiui iil? only.
TAI'IMX * (ON.VKL
FOR th<* Lalxir Dny Picnic tnk<?
WARFFrKL'S Yacht, foot of Twelfth
Atreet. Tlio Union Ferry.
YD bonost toller, rewl and com? to the
picnic to-inorrov .
CLRVKLAND. LORAIN & WHEELING
RAILWAY. NIAGARA FALLS.
AUGUST 27. FARK FROM IHtlDGEPORT,
P.. AN1 > RKTL'UN, *a.
All druggtata soil Dr. 211100' Paln Pllla.
A SIGNAL SUCCESS
Promfsed on the Occasion of the
River Meeting to tw
nELD HERE SEPTEMBER M-1B
THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE
MEETING WITH EXCELLENT
SUCCESS IN PROVIDING THE
NECESSARY FUNDS?THE ENTERTAINMENT
COMMfTTEE
H Eli D ANOTHER MEETING
LAST EVENING ? INVITATION
COMMITTEE TO MEET ON MONDAY.
* '
AH the Indications point to a signally
...... l?1 .# In nn ?hn /WHUlfln Ctt fhp
eucvcsniui auait uu mw wv..... --
annual convention of the Ohio Valley
River Improvement Association, to be
held here on September 14 and 15. The
committee on finance is now closing its
work, and it Is assured that Colonel
Horkheimer and his associates will raise
ample funds for the handsome entertainment
of the association.
Last evening there was a meeting of
the committee on entertainment. The
plans outlined at previous meetings
were discussed and the several features
decided upon. Until the arrangements
are further advanced the committee will
not give out the features of the entertainment
to be provided. Suffice to say
that the programme is one of elaborate
and handsome entertainment, such as
has not been attempted, at previous
meetings of the association, which have
been held at Cincinnati, Evansvllle and
Pittsburgh successively.
The committee on Invitation has not1
yet met, owing to the Impossibility to
arrange its work before the entertainment
committee has decided upon all of
its programme. Chairman Archer will
call a meeting of this committee for
next Monday evening, to be held at the
chamber of commerce.
Some time ego, Chairman Hulllhen
Quarrler, of the executive committee,
?4e\ n. number nf can- i
gressmen, senators and representatives.
He has received replies from several,
among them the following: |
Senator Elkins?The dote Is too far in I
advance for me to make any arrange- I
ments. I fear, however, that It will be
Impossible for me to be present on ac- j
count of some business matters which
will require my attention at that time.
However, I will keep you letter before
me as a reminder of the date.
Governor G. W. Atkinson?'Your kind
letter inviting me to be present at the
meeting: of the Ohio River Improvement
Association, to be held in Wheeling the
14th and 16th of September, is before me. I
This Is political year In our state, and |
I am very much afraid) that my time is |
going to be largely taken up in political
matters. I would enjoy very much being
present on the occasion,, because
the improvement of the Ohio river is
an enterprise of great value to our state.
I trust that the gathering will give a
fresh impetus to the work of making
the Ohio river navigable for the trafllo
of ours and other states.
Representative Stephen M. Sparkman,
Tampa, Fla.?I have your kind lnritanivwwnt
a.* annual meet
in* of the the Ohio River Improvement
Association. I will take great pleasure
In doing so if at that time in my power,
but at present I cannot say to a certainty
that I can go.
Representative Thomas H. Ball,
Huntsvllle, Texas?It will toe impossible
for me to attend tho meeting. Much
has been accomplished in the past by
Intelligent Insistence upon the improvement
of the Ohio river and Ita tributaries.
Much remains to tie done. The
importance of the work to the commerce
of the nation should be pressed to a successful
finish.
Representative W. L. Ward, Chester.
N. Y.?I do not believe that It will be
possible for me to be up at your place
on the days mentioned; as Mr Hooker,
the chairman of our committee, and
myself have made different arrangements
for those days.
Representative E. P. Atcheson, Washington,
Pa.?I hope to be able to attend
the meeting of the Ohio River Improvement
Association in your city in September.
I thank you for your courtesy.
Representative Alston G. Dayton,
Phillppl, W. Va.?My whole sympathies
and cordial good wishes go out to you 1n
this work, and I feel like saying to you
what I do not usually say as a public
official, that there are few things you
can ask me to assist you to do In this
work in my public capacity that I will
not gladly do.
All of the representatives named,
with the exception of Messrs. Atcheson
- ^MomliAPa *\t fSrt rlvnra
ana jjuy tuu, ua? uibui ??v. a v. ...?
and hartiora committee of the houee of
represeirta lives.
UNTIL Aitgn?t !ll?f ono-half <|i?nn of our
linn Ariftto Cablntt phnlnirrnpha forouiy
87 cant*. TA 1'PAN * CONNl.L.
FOR the Labor Day Plcnle take
WAKFFrRL'f Yacht, foot of Twelfth
Btreet. The Union Ferry.
ATTEND fh^ T?n1>or day PJcnSc tomorrow
Ql Fair G-roumls.
Another Low Kn(r Eitnrilon to the
.lloiiutniiia?Only |2,00.
Sunday, August 28, the JJnltimore &
Ohio ivili neii excursion tickets to Oakland
nnil return for |2. ffood Sunday
only. Train will leave WhcolInK at 7 a.
in. Returning, loavc Oakland at 7 p. m.
^^Specffi~Me
Our buyer in now In New York purehaa.
Inn our fnll and holiday irood*. am] in op
...... ?, endiiro our Block uro uiTi.h.,.- k.tL
jralne on mtr cnilro lino.
E00 1 j?-IU-i.* ftml lltntl BolW Gold and
Hold ruled W mclun, w?rruniwi, from
I?\ ,71 up.
too Dlunond rtlnini from ?5 (o U00.00 rnch
Yqu will Una many l?nrnln? In iJinmondii
In'thli Int.
Rom r? l?nt Silver Knlvm nnd Fork.
|M !"T dojon. Holld Silver Tin Broom
ia.75 t??r n?t.
I?nulci?' Solid Hold Hlnrn from 11.00 un
Chlldr?n'H Holld Oold Itlnj?* from Wo up*
W? do lino watch repairing at reduccd
mi(H
SHEFF BROS.,
Carner Main and Eleventh Street*.
HATS?T
The Weathi
and the season will ge
you'll want new clothc
cnmnlete new stock ol
"* ?<? and
Boys' Wearable ol
choicest we ever had.
season's make and sty
US?for YOU?and ?
other assortment show
The First C
is usually for headgea
partment the standard
lap's, Young's, Howar
as at the exclusive ha
less in price, because o
of the makers. Good
$2.50. Good Alpines ;
thing in summer goods
THE HI
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENT
BBMNANT8-OBO
Geo. R. Tayl<
Pomn^n
IV/IIBIIIAI
Begin
tinuing during the week
of Silks and Woolen Dresi
marked at bargain prices, a
ble for making skirts, child
and some with a sufficient qi
I are cut in half in many insta
38-inch Suiting, 40
38-inch Suiting, 50
42-inch Suiting, 851
46-inch Suiting, $1.0
46-inch Suiting, $1.51
Ladies' Tailor-Made Dresses
and Linen Suits. ?
Just a few of the
at lower prices than offered 1
Fancy Striped Ribbons
For Stocks and ]
just received.
Geo. R. Tayli
FUSNITDRB- ALE
Furniture B
The styles are here,
here, the reasonable
been looking for
everything that ma
buying easy. Ther
ment that will causi
bring you back agair
our special line ot i
sote and velour Coi
and prices will inten
Alexand*
Furniture, Carpets, Etc.
J. H. LOCKE SB
l9 Kocbv as^f \
LOCKE SHOE
V _ HOTELS.
?oooooooooocxxxxxx>oooooooo
5 ^MARIST 10 IHL SIMIOV" 8
The Glades Hotel, ?
OAKLAND, Ma. 8
|! "ALL THE YEAR ROUND." 8
BE Htrfl.
zt
t together after awhile and ft en
:s. You'll find us ready with a
i everything necessary in Men's
' every description?the best and
Each and every article of this
le?manufactured especially for
juaranteed to be the peer of any
n elsewhere, in the city.
all
,r. You'll find in our Hat Deblocks?Knox,
Youman's Dund's,
etc.?the self-same qualities
t stores,but all a dollar or two
ur name is on the crown instead
r;1
Derby at 98c, $1.50, $2.00 and
it 98c, $1.50 and $2.00. Every1
at a price to make them move.
T D Clothiers, Hatters
J B Jj and Furnishers,
H AND MARKET STREETS.
R. TAYLOB CO.
Dr Company.
4- 4-n
L5>.
ning on Monday moming and conwe
place on sale all short ends
5 Goods. This lot of remnants are
nd ladies will find many pieces suitaren's
school dresses and odd waists,
aantity for ladies' full dresses. Prices
nces.
c per yard at. 20c
c per yard, at 25c.
c per yard, at 45c.
0 per yard, at.... 58c.
3 per yard, at 75c.
k
:se left, and we are closing them out
jlsewhere.
i
Belts?a new and choice line of these
pr Company.
XANDER FREW. _
uying
Made Easy.
the high quality is
: prices you have
are here. There's
kes your furniture
e is every induce5
you to buy and
i. Come in and sec
fine leather, pantijches.
The gcx>ds
sst you.
2r Frew,
1208 Main Street
[OB COMPANY.
The Best Shoe Made
k l A ?. . Dmro
i /u. /\ny rm-w
if r M<] Ten. that In the price. and ItJ*
h J.I till worth every rent of the nion*j?
^ Nothing l>ettar mad" In fo?1
wear. Wc have thorn In Vie! Kid and
low Calf, f-xtra heavy Hole. lined throu^j
out with Vlcl Kid. ThO Ideal winter ana
fall shoe.
SPECIAL VAIIICS WHILE THFY LAST.
Men's Chocolate Vlcl Kid, Vcetln* ^
Top. Lac*. Coin Toe, the |3.???P'j Eft
quality. We put the jirlco low to AZ,t)V
elono out
Men's Chocolate Goat, Veatlnff
Top. t,nce. correct style, $1W tf 1 k||
quality. Only n f??\v of them loft ^|,JU
r COMPHNYi
MACHINERY.
jSkuman ?~c6~
flBNEBAL MACHINISTS
AND MANUFACTURERS 07 MARIS?
AND STATIONARY KNOINF.a
lull _ . yfUrniliDg, H. X* ^
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