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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, September 26, 1898, Image 8

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Ktone &
Kkber Things Beside
. You met not expect t
l< , Goods flthi while. Other depart
M teU you of ?. department in wt
r Drapery Dept.
Vr ' The Draperies of a n
g1 , Ja beanty, and there is not a do
that is not be found heig,
W-'~ Over a hundred new piece* and
IS" styles here. Hardly think you
find 'as pretty assortment of
mr--;iaiyle? anywhere?
a Irtc rard.
^ Itew ArtCretonoes.
I':- The celebrated Simpson make,
Ev-suitable (or Screens, Bed Covet
B, ings, Draperies, etc., in a choice
BL at coloring*? ,
He yard.
l_ lapmese and Chinese
C, Dng>eries, Punjab and Kiota Cloth,
fe;- attractive' color combinations?
39c yard.
p Portieres.
Want you to come ai
IF.. ' here. ,We think you will find sor
?& ;-' Heavy Reversible Tapestry Por||
' litres, Full .Width and Length, in
a Beautiful Line of Colorings,
fci" Heavy Fringe at top; Narrow
K" Frinsre at bottom; High Qualities;
(. Low Price.
? Marked S2.4S pair.
Ask to see these when in to-day.
Lace Curtains.
No room here now ti
.vill be found to etrtbrace all the r
Point, Point De Spray, Rennais.
other weaves. Price range is fror
fpedal values for vou at
SI.48. $1.98, $2.48,!
Must be seen to be appreciated.
^ D
IMONE &
CAPBB, ETC.-0BC
UJ7Y
oppoooooooooooooooooooooe
JACKETS ARE PIL
1 1 in by every express. All th
y : features embodied in our F;
| Hundreds between
I J3.M and 532.00.
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[ Sooooooooooooooooooooooox
~-WffE^reT)IRtXJATH
GREAT 8AVINC RESUI
i SAP)
MACHINERY.
I J^EDUAl. * CO..
UENEBAL MACHINISTS
r AMD MAKDrACTURCM OF MARIXB
AND BTATJO.NAJtT engines.
JaU __ SrHMiiac. ,W. ,V?.
1MB m THOMA8
Thomas.
is to keep on harping about Dress
ments deserve attention, too. Let
lich so many things are found to
Dom have a great ileal to do with
sirable fabric or color in this line
New Drapery Silks
in Oriental, Turkish and Morris
designs, Rich Colorings. Two
special lines ttiht we call your attention
to?
49c and 65c yard*
Upholstery
materials by the yard; also suitable
for Portieres, embracing Domestic
and Oriental Bagdads, French and
Turkish Tapestries; also Oripital
Bokara Velvets, Corduroy Velvets
and Crush Plushes in a great va,
riety of colors. Price range is
I 39c to $3.00 yard.
Cords. Tassels and Fringes to
match all materials.
k1 see these two lines mentioned
nething extraordinary about them.
New Portieres of Derby Tapestries,
Bagdads and Armures. For
variety in the latest colors and designs
you will find this line exceeds
any shown in the city at this
price.
Marked S4.9S a Pair.
Finer grades Portieres here, too,
price ranging up to $50 per pair.
1
3 go into descriptions. Our stock
icwest styles in Real Brussels, Irish
*** '? inrl
stance, lainuuut, ??*
n 50c to $37.50 per pair, with extra
52.98 and $3.48 pair.
I
Thomas.
>. M. SNOOK A CO.
1ook1?]
can discount any Fur Cane 8
and Collarette price quoted $
elsewhere. Great variety be- X
tween g
{2.95 and $97.50. |
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here. Could not be otherwise 8
ich a splendid collection of 8
Suits. 8
m to $46.00. _?
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"pa Gowns. fjStJtfmum. $
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EftS. WASTE RULhS."
LT8 FROM THE USE OF
OLIO
HOTELS.
{ io rat siAinx'
3 The Glades Hotel,
X OAkUSD, MO,
< "ALL THE YEAR ROUND."
~ I "l -ll
BHOBS-ALETAMDgl.
f $ekm
Mffltr"
Shoes
ijnt
?bai the
nam
Impflct,
combining
Caafort
Elejaao,
Hnr?hililv.
fsijl
&
ALEXANDER,
ttw S?ll?f. Sofa *g?nt, 1049 Mil,
aoaam tnim
IhorsT"~*~1
TIIUFRS i
iu IITIbllVf I
Good, Reliable Oms, I
fkS) to JUI Each, 2
DILLON, WHEAT & |
HANCHER C0.'S,j? %
o 1223 Market St. u
O?0?0?0?0?0?0?0?0?0?0
SHOE**?NAY BROTHERS.
NAY BROTHERS'
"ROYAL"
$3.50
SHOE
The Popular > ALL STYLES.
Price Shoe > ANY KIND
For ilea. j? OF LEATHER.
Set them in our oorth window.
Nay Brothers,
ONE PRICE. .SHOES
1317 Market.
?kcSntcIligcnrer
OOc.'i No*. 2ft an<l U7 Fourteenth Ntreec.
5rw AdrfrtlwrorNU.
_ Stultz & Bauer Piano?Mllligan, Wilkin
Bi CO.
We Want the People to Know?B. F.
Caldwell A Co.
Pleasant Home Work for Men and Wo-;
men.
Grand Opera. House?Big Double Mln- j
strels.
Ralston's Health Club Breakfast Food?
H. F. Bebrena Co.
Sealed Did*.
Wanted?Girl for Cook and General
Housework.
Wanted?Boy 15 or 16 Tears of Age.
Notice?H. G. Zone.
Stockholder!}' Meeting?People's Ice and
Storage Company. <
Of Especial Interest to the Ladies?;
House & Herrmann?Fifth Pauce. I
Chilly Days?Geo. R. Taylor Company?
ElRhth Page.
Dre.nn Goods Buyers?Geo. E. Stlfel &
Co.?Third Pace.
Other Thin*:* Reside Dress Goods?Stone
& Thomas?Eighth Page. v
I Men's Suits and Overrjats?The Hub?
Elchth Pag".
Boys* Clothing Once More?D. Gundllng
Jt Co.?Fifth PartTo
Be Dressed Well?Kraus Bros.?Fifth
Page.
A Pleasing Reflection?Mendel Bros.?
Fifth Pane.
For Sale-Simpson & Tstum.
Cinderella Ranges? Nexbltt & Bro.
$25. (XX) to Loan on City Real EstateHoward
Hazlett.
Bakery for Rent?Theo W. Fink & Co.
List's Home Liver Pills-R. H. List.
Just In Season?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
Children's Home Building.
Imir.vvu.
W? have fiifnl mnrr than twenty thon.
| unO pnlnor >nrclacle?, nlvliicui n rrr.
i ortl ami ripKriciice nnrqiinlled t?y any
[ ntbrr optician In Wait Virginia* Salbbe*
' lion juoroii'fil,
JACOU W. Optician,
Jio. IJJOti . larKet Sire#;.
C. Hess & Sons' Fall Opening.
FIVE TAIlORIYG-rtOTlAR PRICES.
flegardlr** ?>f ii'lvftneo In wooltm, we
are prepared lu make in order Sulli,
Overcoat* aud lron?era at laat rrar'a rwatneed
and iHtpul.tr prices. ?nfta 120.00
up. Overcoat* 1K.00 tip. 1'nnn 95.00
up. Th* artiallc ml nn?l ?'yllali appear*
aurt of our giinnxiiU recommend lht?<
aelrca. Inviting Inspection#
C. IIK?i> A SOW,
Fashionable Tailors and fine Furnishers,
1331 and 1853 Mnrket Htreet.
MlH'v Opealag Tuesday & ftrdaesday. Swabackcr
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Matter*of Minor Moment In and Abont
the citr.
James McAdams, who hn? the contract
for the painting: of a now hotel at
Littleton, will aoDd a force of men there
w-uay.
Mis* Gertrude Wlnshelmcr, late with
Lord & Taylor, of New York City, is
managing: the new etoro of Sample &
Korn, on Main street.
A volunteer, who nw service In Porto
lUro, called at police headquarters in?t
night for the purpose of securing transportation
to his home In Lexington. Ky.
Ilo was referred to tho officers of the
Ited Cross auxiliary.
On Saturday, In Clerk Robertson's offllce,
therp was one transfer of real estate,
the deed rr.ade September 17, 18W,
by A. 'J Iladllch end wife .?> Dora
Brown, for lot No. 21, In square No. 4.
in Gilchrist's addition. Consideration,
WW.
WILL KKEP OPEN HOUSE,
Grand Commander John A. Zorn and
Grand Recorder It. C. Puoolnfton, of
the West Virginia Knights Templar,
have Issued an announcement ti? the effect
that tho grand eommandery will
ke.-p open hou^e at I In headquarters,
Nbtfl Victoria, Pitsburgh, October 12,
during Conclave week A large number
of Invitations have been bpnt out.
*MN*y Opening laauUv 4 *rd*c*4?y. S?abacler
STOIIR will b? closed (o.dnjr-IIOf.N
pay. Kiurr, rniMi * co.
All drujrglata tell Dr. UliW Pftln Pill*.
WOMEN IN MILLS.
Dlscbssed at Yesterday'* Meetin
of Trades Assembly.
PETITION TO THE LEGISLATOR
PRESENTED,'ASKING THAT THE
BE EXCLUDED ? THE A6SEV
BLT, lfOWEVER, DOES'NOT Fi
VOR 80 RADICAL A MEASURE
AND PREFERS TO CEAlfPIO:
EQUAL WAOES FOR MAN' O!
WOMAN PERFORMIN O TH1
SAME WORK.
Yesterday afternoon a regular meet
Ing of the Ohio Valley Tr*d** *
Assembly was held at Trades AssambI
hall on Market street. President Riley I
the chair and Secretary Salisbury at Ui
desk. There was a fair attendance <
delegates.
The labor day general committee rc
ported progress toward a full a?ti
ment of the -late celebration.
The following new delegates were ad
roltted and obligated:
Journeymen Tailors of America, N<
24$?Edward Shea, Carl Pell and Sti
phen DWorskL
wheeling TrnotroDblcal Union No. 1
reported that A. Carenbauer bad bee
named a delegate to the assembly i
Blace of A. D. Tburber, resigned.
An Invitation was received from <h
Amalgamated Association lodges to th
entertainment to be held In Trades Ai
sejnbly hall next .Saturday evening. O
motion of Delegate Tighe, the lnvlta
tlon was accepted.
A communication from the govern
ment printing office, stating that upo
designation by Congressman Dovsnef
the assembly would receive a compile
tlon entitled "Messages and Papers c
the Presidents. 1789-1797," was received
On motion, thanks were extended t
Captain Dovener and the public printei
Frank G. Taylor was introduced t
the meeting and said he was pushin
a petition to be presented at the nea
session of the West Virginia legislature
prohibiting the employment of female
In several manufacturing establish
ments. He was followed by Delegate
Bauer, Tlghe and Sims, nnd tfce sent)
ment of the assembly seemed to b
against so broad a resolution. Delegat
Duffy moved to endorse the petltio
---i (n c?vMiHne signatures. Othe
oliu aaetak ? _
delegates spoke against such action an
the choir ruled the Duffy motion out c
order. The assembly took the posltio
that nrocnen should receive as lorg
wages as men, and would exclude girl
of tender years. Delegate Tighe's rac
tlon to refer the matter to the leglala
live committee. In conjunction wit
Mr. Taylor, was passed without oppos!
tlon.
AN EXCELLENT PROGRAMME
Arranged for the Amalgamated Assoc!
ation Entertainment
Next Saturday evening the Wheelln
and Second district lodges of the Amal
gamated Association of Iron. Steel An
Tin Workers, will gather at Trades As
sembly hall to take part in the aocli
gathering that has been arranged b;
the comihiltee In charge. Prealden
Shaffer and Secretary Madden wl,
make addresses. The following Is th
excellent programme:
Piano 8olo?"The New Gladiator TwoStep"
Summei
Pro. A. E. Summers.
Address ?f Welcome Bro. M. F. TJgh
Vocal Solo-Selected..Bro. Thos. R. Lloy
Instrumental Selection, by the Twentlet
Century Mandolin Club, Lewis Ayo
Ixxltrn.
Vocal 8olo~"Just as the Maine Went
I Down" Will Evar
Master Laurence H. Summers.
Address by Our President.Theo. J. ShatTi
?"-n?ai Rr?M Trio, with Piano
Accompaniment *
Bros. 8. J. Summeri. Frank BcntfleN
A. E. Harris.
Vocal Solo?Selected. .Bro. David William
Piano Solo?Selected...Bro. William Davl
Recitation?"Frits and III* Betsy Fall*
Out" Bro. Roger Jon?
Tenor Solo?Selected
Bro. Thomas. R. Lloy
Instrumental Selection
Twentieth Century Mandolin Clu
Vocal Solo, by W. M. Clemans. auothor c
"Tho Stars and Strlpos That I Love,
"Yes. Free America," and man
others.
Address Sec'y-Treas. Stephen Madde
Master of Ceremonies?Bro.. Charlea i
James.
KanUay Concert nt tlic Pni k.
One of the most pleasing programme
ever rendered by the Opera House ban
was given at Wheeling park yesterda
afternoon, which was thoroughly enjoy
ed by the large crowd In attendant
Two numbers especially were note
worthy, the duet for cornets by Messrs
Hooae and Ludwlg. and that dellpfhtft]
composition, "Forest Echoes," by Kiel
<er. Director Spell. Intelligent dlrectoi
- . -???, ?
nna murn i? <" mm mc
monies of the concert.
Mill'y Opening Toetdav 4 WedMsdsy. S?sback<
MIKItlFFH HAI.R.
Crplvtnbrr 1HUN. at 10 R. m., at tk
frunt dour of til* eourt lionsr, I will irl
four lritnUt, I.tidies' Wcarluu AppnrH
ItNWtlnc, i'kttortit, Ttbl? ami Manic I Oi
tinmrnii. Terms of nlr-CMh.
II. C. It It'll A It DM, O. C.
Sample A Horn's Opening
At Madame ShtdeU's. 1130 Main atree
will occur In conjunction with her ar
nual fall millinery opening, on Tuci
day ond Wednesday. September J7 an
2$. They will nlso show exclusive no\
eltles In Silks direct from the market
of Paris, Zurich and Lyons; fine Line
In Rennaisance, Damask Pat term
Cloths. Napkins and Fancy D'Oyllei
Artistic Neckwear: foreign and domei
tic Hosiery, Kid Gloves: Umbrellas, flr
Stationery In the latent engraving an
embossing* You are cordially Invited 1
attend. An experienced glove litter, th
first ever In Wheeling, will be constant
ly In attendance.
Mlf.l'IKERT OPF.NIfffl.
i.. R. ffomiaborn, 1109 "Imim Kiretr, noi
dfij- i*ml October 3>l and 4tb.
llrtlncMt 1UIMI# iUmmUlt, O., Amom
Frlmula Vurlf Meeting.
September 22 to SO the Bnltlmore i
Ohio will tell rxcurilon tickets t
Hnrnesvllle, 0., nnd return wt reduce
r.it'-K. good returning tint 11 October 4.
WE WILL TELL YOl
If your hra<lnche* comes from weak cyci
nlso if will relieve them. Do yo
have li^adiirhr*? Do your eyes wtte
smart or burn? Dor? the print run t<
? )...? ?? !> ? NndlnaT 1 )ci tlilnca nnrw.,
double or inlxrd up? Have a dr?lr? to ru
tho eyca? Twltrhlnf? J* or any troubl
of your ey*#. eonault UK. We make fflaaar
at popular price*. Make a oantol ?**tr
(nation fr?* of chants and rely on on
kill and not on the tmtlent'a judxmrnt ?
anawcra. Consultation and axaminatlo
free.
PROF. SHEFF, sAK
Cor. Miia end llereotk Sta., ttfce*tia?, W. V#.
' 3 Vll'?
M?ya SOTTB AWP Q7
(Men's Suits ai
" Overcoats?E
Tf HAH in nav VOUT I
*? v?i??-- ? i ?. .
r for your Fall Suit or Over
i. . show you bow easy you cao
chose price.
5 "DON'T BELIEVE IT
Well, all we .have to say on
totally biindctf by prejudici
will convince you by one 1
statement is a fact?absoluti
OVERCOATS wc sell at
r
a
* are eqifal in every respect
merchant tailors at double
you aak. Why, to be sure,
does not fit is not worth c
These clothes are shown in;
l- ish fabric* and patterns.
: The Bovs' Der
J - x
a
o Look through the E
v week. Special barga
t All Wool Suits $2.0
>- to $10.00. One hut
" Pants on sale this we
asking. The same p
sthehl
g HUB CORNER, FOURTEEN n
* ==========
a CQPCH 00VBR3, HTC.?
; Ofin. R. Tavlc
e
a .
' CHILLY DAYS
e>
k compel one to give s
h we are displaying a full and choi
COUCH I
COMFOR
BLANKET
* UNDERW
d HOSIERY
i If your wardrobe needs reple
J isfy your demands.
ii , ,We are showing an unusual v
i NOVELTIES MSfi
n
are being received d
IS ^
t terest to see our line before pure
I. =====
; Geo, R. Tayl<
d
b BOOKING CHAIB3- A
I SPECIAL SALE
? of solid oak, cane seat
! kit Cbalrs!
ii
u
' Built good and strong, with
braced back and well fin,
Ufaed, for
j" Only.. 75c .Each
We only have 20 dozen and the?
will not last long, so get your orders
in early. Mail and telephone
i- orders given prompt attention. A
:
j FREW'S p
j! Furniture and [1=
Carpet Store, I]
IV A
1209 Main Street. j^S
11 Telephone 229.
fi
O
0
- J. H. LOCKE 81
J
Gentlemen,
If the Shoe Fits,
?: Put tt on; If the price Dlea
? pay the price, 88.00, ar
i lslnctlon that you have t
? Kid Shoe, extra heavy ext
r lined throuahout, that an
" buy for the price.
Lo<
______
HHEuiwBEiffiMSu m is& J
MOOATS?TH? HOB, ,
ad
merchant tailor $25 or $30
coat, come here and let us
save just one-half the purAll)
V
that point is. if von are not
: in favor of the tailor we
ook and a try on that our
:?and that the SUITS and
\ , .
$10, $12 and $15
to the product of the best
our pricts. Will they fit?
A Suit or Overcoat that
ailing a Suit or Overcoat.
ill the newest and post styllartment.
r . *
loys' uothmg Department this
ins in two and three-piece suits.
o, $2.50 ana $>3.00. utnen up
ldred dozen All Wool Knee
ek at 50c. Money back for the
rice to everybody.
? n Clothiers, Hatters
J I lj and Furnishers,
1 AND MARKET STREETS.
OBO. B. TAYLOB CO. .
)r Company.
A
i thought to these articles, and
ce line of
COVERS,
TS,
S,
EAR and
r
nishine in this line, we can satariety
in these goods.
t MADE SUITS,
IND DRESS GOODS
aily, and it will be to your in
basing.
Dr Company.
??
ItBXANDER FREW.
IOB COMPANY.
sos you put on its mate;
id walk out with the satha
best Box Calf or Vici
;ension sole and leather
yman In Wheeling can I
eke Shoe Company

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