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SUIT BALE-M. G
Only One V
OF... O
OUR MJ0#1
Worth $12.00, $J3.50 and $1
values ever offered to tt
One Hundred Youths'
For boys, ages 14 to 18 i
and broken lots. Price
$9 and $10. Your choice
| Negligee Shirts
At less than half price,
and 75c Shirts at
Not many left, but they \
1V1. V/Ulllli
Corner Main and
ADMIRAL GEO
Photograp
From
Picturing the Army and Navy, Bombardments,
Sieges, Defenses and
Desperate Charges. All Go to Make
Lp tbe Extremely Interesting Con- !
anfe ?if ^ ^
| iwui3 u1 +r- |j
There is No Series of Wi
the Intelligencer Series o
CONTENTS OF PC
thirty-third michigan before u
front.
wigwagging according to a pur
behind the defenses at santia
hkavy marching orders.
some houses in the philippines,
battle of shiloh.
officf.rs of the tenth pennsylv
zkalandla."
battery "D" at drill, Newport :
wrecks of the vesskls.of cehvii
battle of kenesaw mountain.
pitching tents.
battle of lookout mountain.
a regiment on dress parade at <
a fruit vender in havana.
MILK DELIVERY IN HAVANA.
battle of franklin.
TERMS OF DISTRIBUTION.
development* of our War with Spain. Part
tration and letter-pre>?. on*. filite'I paper,
following parts will each contain Sixteen
ar?> offered exclusively to Our Regular
per copy. If by mall add 2 cent* extra.
THE
FURNITURE ALE!
Furniture Bi
J
The styles arc here,
here, the reasonable
been looking for .
cvervtliintr that ma
buying easy. Then
mcnt that will caus<
bring you back again
our special line of I
sotc and vclour Coi
and prices will intcn
A * v
Aiexancu
furniture, Carpets, Ctc.
' I'
OTMAN' at oo.
Veek More
OA?
U SALE.
5.00. The greatest clothing
te people of Wheeling.
Suits,
fears. Odds and ends
s were $6.50, $7.50, <t I RA
: for one week only y"'""
Alt / *??*? <t )?: ?t nn me\
von't last long at this price.
an & Co.
Twelfth Streets.
v^r
RGE DEWEY.
hs
v Front...,
The Intelligencer
Portfolio Series of
IB PICTURES
ir Pictures That Equals
f War Pictures
)RTFOLIO No. 9.
SAVING CAMP ALGER FOR TUB
LISHED CODIi
GO.
anta on board the steamer
tews.
:ha'S fleitt.
:iIICIvAMAUGA.
OUR NATION IN WAR will apprar
weekly, and will be complete in Slxt?on
Parts or I'**, h* may be Justified by the
under a handsomely designed rover: tho
I-irKe Pages und Cover. These Portfolios
Readers, at a nominal prlco of Ten Cents
INTKIxiCKNCBR. Wheeling. W. Va.
gANPgR FREW.
uying
Vlade Easy.
it... u.'/vli nltllihr tc
LUC lug" vjviiiiii-j' -?
: prices you have
arc here. There's
kes your furniture
c is ever)' inducc;
you to buy and
i. Come in and see
fine leather, panti
jchcs. The goods
:st you.
3r Frew,
1208 Main Street.
A BIG SUCCESS
Wus Saturday'H Celebration of
Labor day in WlicelloK
BY THE TRADES ASSEMBLYTHE
PROGRAMME OP SPORTS WAS
mnntnn /%ttm WIWllAfW A
VAn^Ubl/ V/U X. UiA . n
HITCH IN THE PRESENCE OF
MOKE THAN 6.000 PEOPLE?THE
ROAD RACE WAS HOTLY CONTESTED,
ADAMS WINNING?THE
TRACK EVENTS WERE VERY
INTERESTING.
"Labor Day" was favored with excellent
weather, and the celebration of the
day by the Ohio Valley Trades and Labor
Assembly at the state fair grounds
was an unqualified success. During the
afternoon and evening there were over
6,000 admissions. The afternoon crowd
I was over 5,000, and of these 1,200 saw the
fine programme of sports from the
grand stand.
me aosence or tne aircei a?.-niuuBiration
did not prove a handicap In auy
way. The crowd was larger than last
year's and the locals that usually hire
j bands for the parade spent the money
In buying ticket* for their members.
The first event of the day was the bicycle
road race, which started from the
corncr of Tenth and Main streets at 1:54
p. m. Of the twenty-seven riders entered,
all but six etarted, and fourteen
finished. The limit man, 'Messenger
Boy" Pearlman, held his own until his
wheel was punctured. He was mounted
on a strange wheel, but it was too large
for him, and when the turning point was
rcacnca ne was me last man to score.
The winner proved to -be Clarence 1
Adams, a three-minute man, whoso
closest opponent was Percy Harris, who
started from* the same mark. At the
turn, foot of the St. Clalrsvllle hill,
Adams led Harris a few seconds. On 1
the return It was a scrap bptween the 1
two, and at Bridgeport Harris was
leading Adams by a hundred yards. 1
Coming acretw the Island, Adams cut
down some of the lead. At the entrance '
to the state fair grounds, Harris still
led, but before the track was entered,
Adams had passed his opponent and finished
a winner on the track about fifty
yards ahead of Harris. The summary:
Pos. Rider. Hdcp. Start. Finish. Time
1.C. Adams. 3:00 1:57:00 2:34:50 37:50
2. P. Harris 3:30 1:56:20 2:34:54 S*:24
3. T. Cox 2:30 1:57:30 2:35:20 S*:C0
4: W. Modar 2:30 1:57:30 2:35:50 3S;2)
5. R. Vance 3:00 3:57:?>0 2:35:68 3S:5S
6. H. Frlodrlch.. 1:00 1:59:00 2:30:00 37:00
7. C. McG'nahan. 3:30 1:58:30 2:36:00 39:30
K. R. Lindsay.... 4:()<> 1:56:00 2:38m0 40:40
9. W. Whltoh'se. 2:ffl 1:58:00 2:36:41 3S:4l
10. W. Frabell 4:U> 1:50:00 2:37:00 41:00
11. J. W. King.... 1:30 1:5R:30 2:3S:00 39:3.1
12. F. Cox- 3:20 1:56:30 2:3S:03 41:35
13. F. Armb'Hter.. 2:f-0 1:5H:00 2:3*:07 40:07
14. Olllo Scott 2:30 1:57:30 2:40:17 42:47
The <ime prize was won by Fried
rich* from tne one minuie ma , x?c
distance, thirteen miles. was made In <
ihlrty-seven minuter Hat. The sccond 1
best time performance was by the winner
of the race, Adams, In 37:50.
The match foot race at 100 yards, was
won -by Butler, of Benwood, over Henry,
of Bridgeport. The latter stumbled five
yards from the finish and fell. Time, 11
seconds.
The basket hall game between the
Crescents and Turners was won by the
latter, 4 to 0.
The half mile foot race was won by
Henry, of Bridgeport.
The one mile open bicycle race went
to Dodd. of Wellsburg, In the creditable
time of 2:33. His was an excellent
performance, the track being very
heavy. Berry, of Bridgeport, was see
ond: Goodhue, or uianngton, imrn; lm- >
nam, of Alliance, fourth, and Stewart,
of Steubenvllle, flfth. I
In the five mile handlcnp t?!cycle race, j
the winner was Lanam, of Alliance, i
whose long distance work has always (
been his long suit. Podd, of Welltfburg, ?
was considered a likely winner, but ho (
fell from his wheel and was out of It.
Clyde Young, of Enon Valley, Pa., was j
second and gave I?anam a scrap for the \
race. Tommy Garden, of Wheeling:,
made most of tho pare and finished '
third. Frlodrlchs was fourth and Berry
got flfth position. The time was 13:10,
the result of Garden's willingness to go
out and make a rattling pace for the
field.
The concluding attraction on the
track was th?? horse racing. Then- were
Ave events, which resulted as follows:
First race, four and on??-half furlongs.
Sister Ida. 103 (HiRglns), 5 to 1 1
8peedy, 112 (Flynn), 3 to 2 2
Dr. Warden. ICS (Hlghy). .1 to l 3 ,
Time, 0:58. Ensign, Fluellen, Hope and ,
Second race, >*lx furlongfl.
Crown. lfW (Champ), A to l 1
Gov. Griggs, 114 (Burkholder). 2 to r? 2
Young (JrifTo, 1?0 (Mender). 10 to 1 3
Time, 1:16. Arian and Silver Brook also
rnn.
Third race, four nnd one-half furlongs.
Corn Cob, 115 (Donnelly) even money.... 1
Frank R. Hart. 112 (Flynn), 2 to 1 2
Lllllpute, US (Champ). 6 to 1 3
Time, 0:57?*. Fullspced and Junk al?o
ran.
Fourth rare, four nnd onr-half furlong.*.
A. I!. Dade. 115 (Patton), 3 to 5 1
Flnwnter, 112 (Flynn>. 2 to 1 2
The Mantaum, 110 (Donnelly), 4 to 1..., 3
Time, 0:57&. Humoro*t al*o ran.
Fifth race, one and one-sixteenth miles,
hurdle handicap. I
Arundel. 120 (Itighy), oven money 1 I
Torston?lon. 130 (Meredith), 3 to 2 2 I
Tampa, l-io (Baker), 3 to 2 3
Time, 1:6OH- j
The amusement* committee takes this
opportunity of thanking the many
wheelmen who so generously donated
their services ns officials nnd assisted
In making the bicycle racing the most
attractive feature of the celebration of 5
Labor Day. Among th"s* were the following:
Jlandlcapper and Referee Will
R. Stevenson, Starter E. J. State, Judges
H. V. Arkle, Jason C. Stamp nnd Allan '
B. Smith, Timer W. J. Ltikens, Check- '
er* A. I*. Sawtelfe. T. T. WHtzel. Kd- '
?t'ur?i Vjibm and Frank Wheat; also to 1
Mr. IlnnnlR. of the Bicycle Cleaning 1
ompnny. for the mho of his .storeroom as
ft dressing apartment. nnil to others.
Their services nre second only to those
of the racing men themselves, who, for
modest prises, risk life and limb in
thoir devotion to th?? cycling sport?the (
purest America can boast of.
TRADES ASSEMBLY MEBT8
And In o Short Session Transacts Rou- '
V tine Business.
The Ohio Vnlley Trades Si Labor As- <
sembly met yesterday afternoon In regular
session with President Riley In the j
chair. There ivas n large attendance of j
delegates. The session was very short. !
The arbitration committee reported (
having met twice to act on tho com- j
plaint of Local L'nlon No. 6830, express
men nnd driver* regarding *? ' cuum* '
of prices by >? member of the union. The
committee believed that prlren would ]
bo restored. The committee'* report was |
received.
Mr. WHIans. on* of the Amalgam?- (
ted Association de|eanVt?. requested the
use of th?? nnsembly hull on th<* evening
of October 5, f??r n general nv > t lni: "f
Ihe Amalgamated lodge* of Wheeling
nnd neighboring town*, wh^n the no- i
tlonni officers i?f the ns?- ?elntl?>n are to <
ho here nnd nddiem the local Iron, steel
and tin workers, '
The assembly adjourned nt 3 o'clock.
LABOR DAT COMMITTEE.
A Session of (be Committee Held on .
Sunday Afternoon.
There was a meeting of the general
committee on Labor Day after the
meeting of the assembly.
The sub-committees that had charge
of the various features of Che celebration
made partial reports. Bills from i
several of the committees were presented
and ordered poid, but a number are
yet outstanding* and until all the bills
are paid the profits of the celebration
will not be known.
It was reported that the attendance
was over C.000, and over 1,200 paid for
admission to the grand stand. Last
year's attendance was not so large, and
never before has there been so large a
Krund stand patronage. This Is a vln- .
dication of the wisdom of (he amusement
committee in providing such an 1
attractive programme of sports.
The following numbers of grand
stand tickets draw prizes, which can
be had of John Donahue at 182 Seventeenth
street:
No. 1?Barrel of flour.
No. 100?Chair.
No. 500?Stand.
No. 1,000?Box of cigar*
No. 1,600?Water set.
No. 2,000?Lamp.
No. 10? Pickle Jar.
The committee adjourned to meet
again next Sunday afternoon.
TH8 STATE FAIR AND WOMAN.
She U not Neslcated?Where ber Work
will be Seen.
Some may think the handiwork of the
busy housewife and of the woman who
Is expert in the arts that properly are
her own, have'no recognised position
among the departmental exhibits of the
a?n?n fair neannlntlnn Thr?r<* (fl Tin mOtt? ,
interesting lino of exhibits to be seen ,
at the exposition than that made up of
articles classed under the head of "Ladles'
textile and art department." Here j
may be found this year all sorts of
tancy neeUJe work, hundreds of samples
of household fabrics and scores on
scores of dainty Utile articles that j
make the home attractive and clear
lark corners of their dullness. 1
Tho textile and art department is un- 1
der -the skillful direction of Miss Annie ,
Reymann and a committee of well
known ladles. Entries for the department
close September 3. They
open September 1, and the superinten- c
dent will be on the grounds, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday to receive tht?
Roods sent for exhibition. There is 1
one inexorable rule that will prevent
much misapprehension. No article that
has taken premiums at previous fairs
will be entered, and In the textile de
. . I_. 1 _ J U1L f
punmeni un articles imenuuu an r*?lulls
must have been made within the
previous year. All Imported article?
are barred. In the department will be
hundreds of exhibits of lace, needle r
work, household ornaments, paper
work, crocheted work and In fact ev- 1
erythlng t-hat con possibly be made by c
the busy finders of the careful needlewoman.
The department will enjoy
many new features this year.
THE BELMONT FAIR.
Entries for the Horse Races Hove 1
Closed?Good Entries. t
Thfl PalMAni AAtmlir foil- nrxnrsm ?
morrow at St. Clalrsville and continues
jn WednetxJay and Thursday. The foN j
o\vJi?g entries have been made for the
horse races:
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31.
3:00 Mixed Race, purse *100?1. Hilly R., i
X. k., George K. Green. Wheeling: 2, Nit,
?. k.. H. A. Williams. St. Clalrsvilio, Ohio;
I, Little Ress, a. in.. E. W. Vule, Marietta,
5hio; 4, Black Queen, blk. m., Dr. A. Dlckurson,
New Athens. Ohio: 5. Idol Girl,
>r. m., Juines O. B?-thol. Holloway. Ohio. 2:10
Trot, purse 3150?1. Lady Jeffers. br.
n., D. T. Jeffers, Cambridge, Ohio: 2, Be?ile
Monroe, h. m., Henry Ducker, St.
;!lalrsvllle, Ohio: 3. Hostetters, blk. s., L.
1. Webster, Jewett, Ohio: 4. Queen Lll,
>. m.. J?-rry Buckley, Marietta, Ohio: 5, v
Dannie Princess, b. m., C. W. Bethel, I
ienrdysburR', Ohio.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1
2:25 race, purse 1200-1. Billy K., *. g., <
f">an Kelley, Marietta, Ohio; 2. Shaker
rom. br. k., Frank Latham, Freeport. j,
)hlo: 3. Lucy Acton, r. m.. Howard Acton, n
lendrypburg, Ohio: 4, Billy Buford, g. g.,
lames O. Bethel, Holloway, Ohio; 5. King
Hal. b. s., Lincoln Linn. Morrlatown, I
)hlo; Miss Dempsy, b. m., F. M. Tag- ?
rart, Morrlstown, Ohio.
2:50 I'ace, purso $150?1. Billy R.. r. g., ?
leorge 12. Green, Wheeling: 2. Nit. b. g..
H. A. \\ imams. or. vmiiKn.ir, umu, ?, _
Billy K., ?r. g., Dan Keller, Marietta, Ohio; J
I, Black Qu? en. hlk. m., Dr. A. Dlckerson, r
New Athens. Ohio; fi, Idol Girl, br. m., \
lames 0. Bethel, Bolloway, Ohio. ]
AMUSPMFNTS. =
The Broadway Burlesquers, direct *
from New York City, will be the at- j
traction at the Grand Opera House, J
three nights and Saturday matinee,
commencing next Thursday evening.
The show Is first class In every respect
and hai many well known and popular
.'audevllle and burlesque artists and It
tua the vim and hutwor about It that
means success. The New York World
lays:
The Meeker-Baker trio opened the
uhow, and they combined fun and agJl- J
tv very pleasantly. Following them
the Mitchell Sisters pave a pleasing i |
ict. Mathews & Harris next unfolded
ho skit, "Caught Napping," and then
John Kernell. talking to the audience
n his well known stylo, created roars of
laughter. As Lottie Gllson, who came
next, stopped on the stage, the house ~
rave h?>r ;t most cordial gree'tlng:, and E
tier singing was thoroughly appreciated.
Fields & Lewis closed the olio and
the people seemed to agree that thef
vere certainly "Two Hot Tomales." The
Hurlotto, "A Trip to Wicked Monte
:\ir!o." finished the performance with a c
pleasing and bewildering mixture-of
aeauty and color. The female continent
Includes Marie Richmond. Tlllie Z
Tohen, Helen Yorke, Fioronce Gardener, \
ETlossio Madison. May Powers, Marie ?t.
ZTlaIf. Mamie Howe, Nina Howard, LIzsle
Harvey, Amy Lancaster and others.
Pnrlnr rnr lo ( liirlnnntl M?pt, ftlh.
September 5, (he Ohio River railroad '
tvlll, lt> addition to through coaches, run
r>r rt.otnf In! nnrlor cars to Cin- I
:lnnatl. without change, on trnln leaving
Wheeling at 7:40 n. in., Eastern
time, arriving nt Cincinnati at 5:16 p.
m. This Is the only lino with through
parlor enr to Cincinnati. For peat
reservations, call on J. fi. Tomllnson.
pautenger and ticket agent. Union stallon.
B. A.H. Dnyllglit Sprclul to Cincinnati via
l'ennivlntiila Mnn.
Monday, September 5. the Pennsylvania
line will run a special train from
Wheeling to Cincinnati for the benefit
if Ilolliday Post,' Women's Relief
3orps? Ladles of the a. A. k. and Sons
>f Veterans and the public generally.
Train will leave nt 7 a m., city time,
nrrlvlnit In Cincinnati at 3 p. in.. Cen:rnl
time. Round trip S*? 10, tickets
?ood returning until September 13, wltn
privilege oI extension to October 2, ina
21UHIVC. .
Tickets tvlll al?o lip sold for nil regu- [
ar trains September 3, 4. 5 and 6. '
U. A. It. lOiirnmpuiBiit L'lnctiinntl anil
Ilrtnm rl? II. 4c- O.
Round trip J5 10. Tickets on sale Septemper
n, 4. r? and 0, good returning until
September 13th, with privilege of
extension of limit until October 2. Tho
Baltimore & OhIO is the short nnd direct
rout*? nnd Ih the only line running
solid trains- two each way. dully, l?otween
Wheeling nnd Cincinnati. For
thf fe rcaHnnM the Stephens Pout hns decided
to go over the Baltimore & Ohio.
For full Information, apply to ngentn.
nr to T. C. Burke. Passenger nnd Ticket
Agent, Wheeling.
80HQQL 8UITSPLEASE
THE BOY AS
WELL AS YOORSELP
By bringing I
You will be
much better '
WE 6IVE YOU SPLENDID
VALUES FROM $2.00 UP.
Every Suit gi
tion or your
complaints by
KRAUS
WHEELING'S FORE!
Strictly One Price.
BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY.
Many New Books Received, Including
"With Dewey at Manila."
The following new volumes have been
received at the public library; that the
list Is up to date Is evidenced by the
:Itle of one book?"With Dewey at MaKlla">
Alden, Mrs.?Ah In a Mirror.
Allen. W. B.?Navy Blue.
Beazley, C. A.?Prince Henry, the Navigator.
Besant, W.?City of Refuge.
Clarke, Mrs. It. S.?The Doctor's Daugher.
Clarke, Mrs. R. S.?Paulino Wyraan.
Clave, E. J.?In Savage Africa.
Clement, C. E.?Constantinople.
Craig. A. R.?Your Luck's In Your Hand.
Davis, R.?Recollections of Mississippi
ind Misslt?sippianH.
Du Bols, P.?'Timbuctoo, the Mysterious.
Fenn. G. M.-?The Black Tor.
Fernald, J. C.?The Spaniard In History.
Franklin, S. R.?Memories of a Rear Adniral.
Goepp, P. H.?Symphonies and Their
denning.
Hart, A. B.?Studies in American Eduration.
Hope, A. H.?Rupert of Hentsau.
Ho wells, W. D.?Story of a Play.
King, C.?A Wounded Name.
Knox, T. W.?Captain John Crane.
Morris, C.?The Nation's Navy.
Powell, R. S. S. B.?Downfall of Prem>eh.
Routlcdge, R.?Discoveries and Invenions
of the Nineteenth Century.
Rowbothtam. J. F.?Private Lifo of the
?reat Composers.
Sanderson, J. G.?Cornell Stories.
Scott, H. S.?From One Geenratlon to
Another. ^ ^ ^ ^
STnun, Jir>.?j/imj ui .? vm.iv>.
Smith, Mrs.?Son of Ishmacl.
.Stat hum, F. It,?Paul Krugcr.
Stevens, J. C.?Yesterdays In the Philippines.
van Vorat, F. B.?'Without a Compass. i
VJvJan, T. J.?With Dowoy at Manila.
Underwood, F. H.?#Quahhln.
Walford, U B.-L*ddy Marget.
Wilklns, M. E.?Siienco and Other Stoles.
Zangwlll, I.?Dreamers of tho Ghetto.
K?wTrn!n SnrTlcn
)n Wheeling & Lake Erlp Railway, efective
Sunday, August 28. 189S.
No. 4 "Cleveland & Chicago Flyer,"
eave8 Wheeling dally, at 6:30 a. m., city
ime.
No. 6. "Toledo ?fc Detroit Special,"
eaves Wheeling dally, except Sunday,
it 11 n. m.
No. 3. "Cleveland & Masslllon Extretis."
leaves Wheeling dally except
iunday at 4:40 p. m.
Passengers using train No. 4 for
Cleveland have Ave hours In Cleveland
ind return to Wheeling same evening.
e TTMlr?n
i rainn ?>i>. i mm ? ???
ot Toledo connecting with Lake Shore,
Vabnsh. Michigan Central, and other
Ines for all points west, southwest and
invthiWHt.
UNDERTAKING.
f PUIS BERTSCHY,
funeral Director and
Arterial Embalmer.
1117 Main Str?ft. WtstSlde.
Calls by Telephone Answered Day
or rxiffni. mure Jcicpnuuo wa.
Residence, 606. Assistant's Tele
phone. 6t?6. ?uli
ALEXANDER FREW.
uneral Director and Embaimer,
120S MAIN ST.
Under Competent Management
Telephones?Store. 229: Rcaldonce. 760.
SRUEfVlMER & HILDEBRAND,
flNCRAl DIRECTORS AM) EMBALWKS,
Comer Market and 22d Street*
Telephone 207. Open Day and Night.
myli
FALL SUITS?D. Ol
Walking
A -J.* to /\ rm
^UYcnisciiiciiis
are the well drcssi
clothing.
There's a fit and
different from ordinal
It passes for mad
show ing everything ir
sire tn sec, no matter
At $10.00 we sh
Suits, the value of whi
work hard for their d<
At from $12.00 t'
whose appearance at
work.
Just settle jn you
'or your
Yew Fall Suit
and we'll give you a
will buy elsewhere, or
D. Gundli
J4 and ju iw
-
-KJU.US BB09,
- " "
him to us for his new School Suit
pleased yourself when you see'how
/alue you get here than elsewhere.
jaranteed, and this means satisfac
money back. You will avoid all
dealing with us.
. t
...
BROS.,
HOST CLOTHIERS,
1319 Market Street.
Golden
Gate...
You will walk through the
gold fields to the Klondike. It
is in reality a regular gold field
for the people.
We are still selling Cincinnati
made shoes at the low
price of $1.25 a pair, and
brand new goods at that. Fall
styles. Just received fifty cases
of them.
? -M
A good many people of this
city are actually surprised how
Isa Ailro ^1^r\r% Mfl
lliw JL MviiMilbv WllWb WlWtV wun
sell these high grade Cincinnati
made shoes at such prices.
We also have a special sale of
misses' lace, button and silk
vesting top, sizes from 1 J 1-2
to 2, at $1.00. They are all
Cincinnati made shoes.
Children's silk vesting top,
sizes from 6 to 9, at 75c. They
are also Cincinnati made goods.
Infants shoes of high grade,
sizes from I to 5, for 50c.
They are also Cincinnati
made goods.
KLONDIKE
chaf amor
UIIVL CIIVULf
1135 Market Street.
Store open every evening until 9 o'clock.
1
Jacob Good, Proprietor.
[JNDLINQ & CO.
cd men who wear our perfect fitting
finish about it that is absolutely
ry clothing.
Ic-to-nieasure all the time. We are
1 the suit line that any man can dew-hat
his calling in life.
ow a line of serviceable Working
ich commends itself to the men who
hilars.
o S.o.oo Business and Dress Suits,
once indicates line fabric and fine
r n""d what you can afford to pay
I
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