T TABLB UNBNS-8'
I is a real
I the crowd that took advantage
It doesn't need to be qualified b
prepared a list to-day that w
' economical buyers.
AT THE LINEN DEP
; Lot of Slightly Soiled Heavy U
Table Qoths, assorted sizes, at
Regular $1.00 qualil
Regular $1.50 quail)
Regular $2.00 quail
Lot of Slightly Soiled, Larg
rv?iW? Damask Towels.
| borders, extra fine qualitie
Not many of tbe abore.
' Ba?t Quality Kid Finish Lining
Cambrlcs, to-day per yard
5&. . 50 pieces Fancy Striped Taffeta
IT' , Lining, 96 inches wide, value 15c, 71to-day
per yard 'W*
[; Ladle!' Lined Black Satlne TJntJerskirts,
with Deep Ruffle, the uiiuul 7Q|L00
Kind, to-day /7C
K'l 28 doxen Men's Dark Color Cheviot oc.
wiy . Working Shirts, to-day each.... j;
201 doien Men's Fancy Ribbed
ffcy . Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs,
just about the same qualMy
you usually buy at double this r _
k\- price, to-day each 3C .
ai> 00 pieces Silk Embroidered Flannels,
W- . the prettiest and daintiest styles aq~
fcvv, we have ever shown, to-day yard.. **7C:
['< ' V BUN VVKUll MtUIISl
; to-day per bat
Lot White and Grey Fur Run. the enI
regular 11.50 kind, to-day cach.... 3W
??* ; 1
v ISO pleoes Fine Nainsook Embrold5.,
eriee, worth up to 8c, to-day por.. 31 e
* 25 pleoes Ecru? and White Oriental
jjj Laces, 3 to 6 Inches wldo, worth rr
up to 15c, to-day per yard
> 25 pieces Tamboured Sash Swisses, 19Ithe
25c kind, to-day per yard
' 300 pieces Standard Apron Gingham, Ar ,
? to-day per yard *?
1 case New Percales, Fall Styles, Instead
of 10c, they are to-day, per Zl. j
f.. yard 0*6 1
NEVER sccured better Shirt \
this week. Our unparalleled
S and 75c Fancy Percale and K
They're the Perfect Fi
| 60c Heyer
Secured handsomer Neckwear
[ than ours; nevr lx'foro were
men treated o s:i h a profiision
of good sij k'.-i H orn which
l to make selection ? Puffs,
L Tecks, Four-in.Hands, etc.
It's Auerbach's famous
Broadway linel At
25c we show Tuffs, Tecks,
FouHn-Hands, Bowk, etc.,
some of which are sold by
P specialists at 50c. If you wish
$1.00 or $1.60 Neckwear wo
;V hare that, too.
I 60c Secnres
A pair of the woll-known
1 "Sterling" 8uspcnders?Iiero
fin 26 nur stylos. 50c secures
here the best Unlaundererf
Wamsutta Muslin Shirts, in
SHORT and Ion? bosoms; .sizes
up to 18. 60c bays the "Famous,'
line of Night Shirts for
I men and boys. For 50c yon
can bay one pair, tiro pair,
yes. EIGHT pair of Seamless
Hocks hore. 50c bnys four
of the celebrated K. & L. fourply
Mnon Collars in ererr new
GEO. M. SN
f RBD,IAN * coGENERAL
and manufacturers or marinb
amd 1tat10nart engines.
' l?u . .whmiidf, w. va. i
rONB a THOMAS. _
/vaaJ Ttrstt?s4 trt ??c? in ptfirar^ tft
> 5uvvt nuiw iw wav m* *w
of our Friday Sale last week,
y another word. So we have
ill be of unusual interest to
nbleached Pure Linen Damask
quick clearance prices:
ty, to-day . . . 71c.
ty, to-day"- . . 95c.
ty, to-day . . $1.45.
e Size, Knotted Fringe
plain white and colored 04 n
s, at, each
If interested come early.
1 case Novelty Dreas Goods, 38
inches wide, suitable for School zlr
Dresses, to-day per yard
25 pieces 3*Mneh wide Plaid Dress
Goods, brlRht, pretty colorings, to- f *)lr
| day per yard >
CO pieces All Wool Novelty Dress
i Goods, New Fall Colorings, In
| Plaids, Checks, etc., qualities that
ar?- usually sold at 89c, to-day per ")Cr
| yard .
10 pieces Fancy Black Jacquards, *
38 Inches wide, our regular 39c
grade; also fi pieces 46-lnch All
Wool Diagonal Serge, worth fully JQr
half a dollar, to-day yard
White Enameled Picture Frames,
with Fancy Corners and Hand OffCut
Mats, value 39c, to-day
Ten dozen 18x64 Spachtel Dresser JQr
Scarf*, to-day each ^
25 dosen Children's Novelty Cloth
Reefers, Heavy Weights for Fall
and Winter Wear, bought to sell CI JC
at 12.00, choice to-day
Mason's Quart Fruit Jars,
to-day each ^
Tin Tomato Cans, *TU
Falrbank's White Floating Soap, 2r
to-day per cake
One-Half Pint Jelly Tumblers, with 11tin
lids, to-day each Mt
12 Tea Cups and Saucers, or 12 Dinner
Plates, nicely decorated, to- gop
day for 7?c
Best Olobe Crimp Wash Boards, to- f Cday
>. M. 8NOOK A CO.
ralue than we propose giving
offer, $1.25, $1.00, 98c
King "Stanley" Shirts.
Number ono Underwear for
men at this store; uot one sort,
but many kinds. O.NK 50c
line in particular wlrcli wo
consider u very smooth urticio
Is fleece lined?just two cases
ot this number. Wo want your
Underwear trade, too, and our
immense nssortment only
needs to be seen to efloct this
result Letter carriers and
-"Anil, wlm M??ft Aitt ftf clrtAra all
JfCl/J/IV I' ill' ? ??< f w. uv??u HI.
day should eximim our lull
regular and full liishlonod, all
wool, elastic rib. Combination
Suits at $5.00 the nult;
gnnrantceri to wear moral
Are invited to cell and Inspect
three width* of Collars mado
I specially for their use. We ere
sole Wheeling agents for this line,
I which is worn by the clergy from
i Maine to California.
; Newport, Boston and other Garters.
Cuff and Collar Buttons, Scarf
Pins, flondkorchiefs, etc., for men
in our up-to-date Turnisninq dopnrtmont.
just inside of Market
| street entrance.
00K & CO.
I *?LAltlST TO rill SMTI9V
8 The Glades Hotel,
! OAKLAND, MDk,
I ! "ALL THE YEAR ROUND." !
Shot Sdtoft Sole Apowt, 1049 Main. ,
HORSE TIMBBB. ;
1 TIMERS. I
2 Good, Reliable Ones, 2 '
2 W to fMM Each, 2:
| DILLON, WHEAT & f j
S leitirurn m ic .? w <
6 n/\ntntn tu? 0|iP q
G (223 Market St. u
The Popular j> AIL STYLES.
Price Shoe * ANY KIND
For Men. j? OF LEATHER.
Sec them in our north window*
Nay brothers, j
ONE PRICE. SHOES
1317 Market. >
OMcct No*. i*ttd Jtt Fourteenth Street. |
125,000 to Loan on City Real Estate? 1
Howard Haslett. 1
Opera House?The Man From Mexico. i
Horses anil Mulos?Arnhelm Sale and i
Commission Stables. t
First District Senatorial Convention.
Surety Bonds?Alfred Fault.
New Mackerol-li. F. Kehrens Co.
Children'!* Home HulMlmr. 1
Bakery for Rent?Thoo w. Fink & Co. (
Hut's Home Liver Pills?It. M. List. ,
JUBt In Season?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons. '
K. E. Worthen?Dentist. ?
For Rent?C. A. Schaefer A Co. I
For Sale?G. O. Smith. t
For Rent?James A. Henry. ,
Tremendous?Stone & Thomas?Eighth '
If You Are Looking?McFadden's?Sec- '
ond Page. c
Special To-day?Albert 8tolze & Co. \
We Imv* fitted more tlian twenty thousund
pair* or Hneclaclea, stvtns na n ree?
ortl ?nd experience iinrqnnlled by nny *
" < vl- B.ll.f...
JACOB >v. Olirun, Optician,
Mo. 1300 Marktft MlrreU
C. Hess & Sons' Fall Opening.
TINE TAILORING?POPULAR PRICES.
Riinrdleii of advance In woolens, w?
nro prepared to mnke to order Hull*,
(>Yrr?ioatn auil 1 ronscm nt lust *? ?' re.
ilMotd and popular price*. *ull? i*0.00
up. Overcoat* #18.00 up. Pnuii IB.00
up. The nrtiitlc out and itylhii appear,
aiioe of our mrmanli rooommend ihem elvrs.
C. If KM A SONS
Fashionable Tailors and Vine Fnrnlihers,
18BI and 1813 Market Street.
Mat tars of Minor .Momrni In and About
Yewterday was the eighth anniversary
of the birth of the Evening News.
Curb stone* have been delivered on
South Penn street between Virginia and
Zane, and the street will be paved soon.
The colored people of Wheeling and
neighboring towna united In a great eel
uurmiuu Ul UlllOliWII'ttilUII JLJUJ J vain day.
The caw? of McGarvnoiv vb. the city t
of Wheeling was still on trial In Judge i
Hervey'a court yesterday, and may be j
completed to-day. Judge Paull'a court <
was not In session yesterday. I
In Clerk Roliertaoti's Oflcr, (
Testerday In OlerK Rohertaon'a office, ]
the following: transfer of real estate was <
Deed, made Septem-ber 22, 1898; by
Thoma* and Mnry CJabrleJ to Francis
Magill; consideration 92G0; transfers lots
!>. 10 and 11 lr> Division A of Hender- '
son's sub-division. 1
8KINKER. UNDER ARREST. ,
Officers from West Union, Doddridge
county, came to Wheeling yesterday nf.
ternoon, and Inst night effected the ar- ]
rent of C. A. Skinner, who has been em- ]
ployed lately at one of the Iron work*. :
Until recently, he van a detective. He \
In alleged to have Stolen n Wfctch from
n West Union man, nnd will be taken to
thnt place this morning. He spent the
flight In the county Jail. Skinner
thnt he brought the watch to Wheeling
to have It repaired, but on becoming
hard up for money ho pawned It.
a hotel Ronnrcnr.
Yesterday, in Squire Roger*' court,the
cnfia of IC. L. Miller vs. G. B. Duckhannon,
who run? a restaurant on the
South Side, came up. Miller claimed
that someone had entered hla wife's
room In her absence and taken $7f?
worth of Jewelry. Huckhannon entered
an off-set of $48 K9 for board, whereupon
I he Juftlce gave a verdict against
Buclthnnnon for the balance, S26 11.
MR. ASHDAUttir, the Fur Man. Is I
here to-day, Windsor Hotel. Bee him
about thai new Heal Jacket*
i ' <& . ...
A ROUGH RIDER j
En Boutc to ilia ilooie in Jackion
County to Recuperate
WAS IN SEARGENT FISH S TROOP
KKB WITNESSED THE NHW YORKER'S
DEATH ? LEE' SINNETT, A
WEST VIRGINIA HOT, WHO HAS
SPENT TEN YEARS IN NEW STEXICO,
TO SPEND A MONTH ON HIS I
NATIVE HEATH?MRS. FISH'S
Tfrunvuai TA ima ROTS WHO
WEBB WITH HER BON.
A "West Virginia boy, on* of Roosevelt's
Rough Riders, was a guest of the
VIcLiure last rvlrht, Lee Blnnott, of Murraysvllle,
Jackson county, but (or the
past ten years a resident of Raton. j
New Mexico. Trooper Slnnett entitled !
>t Santa Pe In Troop G, of "Teddy's j
rerrors." the troop to which Hamilton '
Fish, Jr., belonged.
Mr. Blnnett has received his discharge 1
ind is now on his way to his old home !
on a month's visit, In hopes of recuper- j
kill* his health. He will return to New ,
Mexico afterwards. He la attired In
the Cuban campaign uniform, and his :
walk tells ot the rheumatism from
which he suffers. His face is a picture
of health, though at times it wears a
fatigued air, Mr. Blnnett Is a young
-'.-J - * Iw.ll.a.mal.lna In
man ana nuiitiiu av wunt-uiMiHg w
He Is an ardent admirer of COL
Roosevett, who, irr. SInnett says, was
not a bit "stuck up," but slept In the
renchen wKh his men and ln> other ways
jet rayed an unassuming bearing. Mr.
SInnett was but a few feet away from
'Hnm" Fish, when the New Yorker revived
a fatal- Spanish bullet, and he
jays that Mrs. Fish visited* Troop G
iearly every day while they were at
Honlauk Point, and the day before they
tvere mustered out she gave the boys
?f the troop $100 to purchase trinkets In
emembrances of her son; In fact, Mrs.
Fish displayed a motherly Interest in all
Sleeping in trenches and under tents
vhloh failed to keep off the Incessant
rains gave the MurraysvMle boy rheumatism
and & touch of malaria. He
vould prefer a battJe every day to the
exposures of a Cuban climate. Thirty
jer cent of his troop suffered from slcklesci.
All the hardships, however, were
orgotten, according to Trooper SInnett,
.vherr the Rough Riders reached New
ITork, where they were wined and dined
o a finish. After the first few shots at
91 Caney, SInnett says his case of rattles
left him, and he settled down to
iccept what was to come. He was one
>f a squad which stood In the creek for
:wo and one-half hours. SInnett is
,varm in: his praises of the colored reglnents,
but claims the Seventy-first New
fork ran, through being rattled or havng
rattled officers. The din of cannoniding
and musketry has affected Mr.
Slnnett's hearing, and last night at the
UcL/ure his questioners had' often to yell
heir queries in his ear.
Krouirera In th? Cltjr gnd Wheeling P?o*
County' Assessor Ad. Israel and Asjlstant
Postmaster "Alfy" Davis returned
yesterday from Greene county
(Pa.) where they spent several days
practicing their wiles with the elusive
lja?wr. Israel spent two days trying to
tatch one baas, which he says possessed
:he quality of deviltry to a degree that
was heart-breaking, but would not
ielgn to do buslneti* with <he choice
nlnnows with which the Wheeling anger
designed to effect his undoing.
Hazlett Freexo, engineer at the county
building, and Ben Hamilton, of the
Ity engineer'* ofllce.have returned from
he vicinity of Keyser, where they spent
several daya on a Ashing and hunting
.rip along the South Branch of the Poomac.
The first night out they slept In
l farm house at the summit of a mountain.
Next morning they had the untsual
experience of finding a bank of
:louds below them in the valley. They
\ad excellent success with both rod and
run?at least so they say.
A. AT. Crow, or liirtiecon, registered m
he Howell yeeterday.
P. V. Faulkner wan n Mannlgton cltl:en
In the city last night.
Collector of Internal Revenue A. B.
SVhlte, of Parkersburg, Is a McLure
John M. Gregg. of Morgan town, and J.
S. Prlngle, of Siatersville, are registers
it the Stamm.
N. D. Helmlck. V. X. Arnett, Jr., and
*. G. Best, were Fairmont registers yeserday
at the Windsor.
Sergeant Charles Dobbins, of Company
D. Second West Virginia Volunteers,
Is home on a visit.
Bates McLaln leaves Monday for the
University of Pennsylvania, to take a
hree years' course In dentistry.
President C.R. Hubbard of the Wheel*
ing Steel & Iron Company, left last
tight for the South Branch of the Potonac,
where he will spend a short vacation.
Clay Dean is a happy father, Mrs.
Dean having presented him with a fine
i?oy baby yesterday. Mr. Dean is reviving
the congratulations of his
Yesterday mortilnK a party of Baltlnore
& Ohio officials wore In Wheeling
ind Benvroofl Junction a few hours. It
ivhb a regular Inspection trip, and tvss
jot of especial slRnlflcanee. The offl;lal?
declined to talk of the reornonlai;!,m
and consolidation rumors that are
irolng the rounds. In the party were
leneral Manager W. M. Greene, Chief
Engineer Manning, General Superlntenlent
Thomas PllsRerald and fluperlnendent
11. M. Sheets. The party proreeded
to Pittsburgh at noon.
TUB noabout Club will give their np nlmt
dance to-night. A good time Is nemred
STOItn will be flloaiil Monday next.
Mn. ASHKATTQH. the Fur M?n, t?
hero to-dny, with all tht now ityli.'S,
[f your hrnrtnehr* coram from weak eyen;
iln'o If rrlaMen will relievo them. Do you
lave hentlnrhon? Do your pyen water,
smart or burn? Doen tho print run to*
jollier when reading? l>o thing* uppvur
loubln or mixed up? ITavu a desire to rul)
iho eypn? Twitching? For any trouble
if your eyee, eonnult un. Wp mnkp gliwm
it popular prlrcx. Make a rnrefill exani*
Inntlon frep of <*hnrgp nnd r*ly on our
kill nnd not on Hip natlent'n Judgment or
nnnwern. Consultation and pxamlnatlon
PROF. SHEFF, socialist,
Cor. Mi In led (levee Oi Sle., Meeting. W. Va
. . - - -
' We want to show you a kind c
< I lL.. .tnpn in VVVlwlm
fina in anomcif?uMw m
some of you have any idea is mad
the kind you would credit to the
you'd think would cost twice as i
the most particular dresser will
fashion's whims?full of qualityno
room (or fault finding. They
some of the best manufacturers
positively can be nothing better
showing, and all this fineness in
Overcoats at $8 to $20.
We are not talking to your f
judgment. We're not talking a
increase in the quality and satisfa
buy. We win patronage by desei
Our Boys' Clothing Departm
Nothing that is stylish is lacking,
justice to the boys if they buy be
IF YOU WANT THf
an TO THF HIIB.
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND
TAILOR-MADE GOWNS AND COATSGeo.
1^ tary Blue ant
#JL Ivory tipped
Geo. R. Taylor
BOOKING CHAIRS- ALBXA
SPECIAL SALE i
of solid-oak, cane seat
Hi His! |
Built good and strong> with H
braced back and well finished.
Only.. 75c- .Each 9
We only have 20 dozen and they |V
will not last long, so get your or- [Mm
ders In early. Mail and telephone /H
orders given prompt attention. >K?Rg
Furniture and m**
Carpet Store, JS
1203 Main Street.
J. B. LOCKE 8HOB C*
If the Shoe Fits,
Put It on; if the price Dlesses j
pay the price, &Q.OO. and w
isfaction that you have the b
mq anoo. uxwa neavy extonsi
lined throughout, that any mi
buy for the price.
>f Clothing that you wont
g. Better, perhaps, than
e up?ready to wear. It's
custom tailors?the kind
much as it will?the kind
find satisfactory?full of
full of bestness till there's
've been made for us by
in the country. There
than the garments we're ^
our grades of Suits and
mrses, but to your (food
saving in money, but an
ction -that money will not
ent is now at iti best
Mothers will do an in- 1
fore seeing what we hav?
3 Clothiers, Hatters
j and Furnishers,
-OBQ. B. TATLQB OO.
lenishiny our stocks daily with
I and original designs in ready
its. The styles we show are
I will not be found eliewhereGoods
newest weaves and shales.
Faille, Bengaline, Poplin and
< Umbrellas in the new Mill1
Scarlet Plaid border* and
handles and ferules.
rou put on its mate;
alk out with the satest
Box Calf or Vict
on sole and leather
an in Wheelinfl oan
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