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MgN'g BU1T8?M
...The Bi
Style?Quality*
All combined make our displ
At $7.50, $10.00,
we show you mote styles and
TOWIl* W ?11 lauuibw atiw j/vt *v
make and style. We ask you
cannot show you a positive sa\
for your trade.
Boys' Short Fait
Strictly All Wool,^warranted
knees. Compare these with t
Some New Mai
just in?exclusive styles. "Very
M.Gutm
Main wn<A
NEW.OOOD8-JOB
New Goo<
Reception Lamps,
Fancy Salads, Ch
Glassware, and a
Just Received a New Line of
WALL PAPER.
JOHN FR1EI
1119 MAX3>
REAL E8TATB.
Bakery For Rent
on Iho Island, consisting
of store room, dwelling, bake shop
and stable. A rare chance for a
business stand. Possession given
at once.
Theo. W. Fink & Co.,
Telephone 687. 1520 Market St
FOB BENT
No. 462 National Road $ 9 00
No. 12 Indiana street 15 00
No. 2??5 North 'York street 10 00
No. IlilO Market street 30 00
No. ai'l Alloy Fi 7 00
No. 30 Sixteenth street, bottling cellar
12 00
No. 24 Sixteenth street, first floor.... |17 00
No. ITS Spvonteenth street, 2 rooms.. 5 00
No. 2^2 Main street, 3 rooms' 0 00
No. 3527 Chapllne street. 2 rooms.... 4 00
3 rooms Second street, Martin's Fer
riuin Iiirn I i-n, tl?ttir#>N for
heat and light 7 00
FOR SALE.
Desirable Market street property.
JAMES A. HENRY.
Real Estate Agent, Collector, Notary
Tubllc and Pension Attorney, No. 1612
Main street. s<*H
STATIONER?, BOOKS, ETO.
Headquarters
? School Books
^ and Supplies,
both wholesale and
retail* Is still aU.
STANTON'S
No. 1301 Market Street.
PtAipM amgp at wwousau wtis rem cash
JJASE BALL GOODS.
Hammocks. Croquet. War Maps and
Novaltlos. Pittsburgh Dispatch, Commercial
Gazotte, Post. Times. Cinclnnail Enqulrnr.
Commercial Tribune. New York
and other leading dallies. Magazines, Stationery.
Gospel Ilymn*.
C. H. QUIMBT,
1414 Market Street
WW A Mr*? AT..
G. LAMB. PrcrJOS. SEYBOLU Cashier.
J. A. JEFFERSON, AM't Cashier.
BANK OF WHEELING.
CAPITAL S'JOO.OOD, PAItt IN.
WHEELING. VV. VA.
DIRECTORS.
Allen Brock. .iuaepn F. Faull,
Jainns Cummin*, Henry Uieberson,
A. Keymunn, Joseph bey bold,
Gibson Lamb.
Interest paid on special deposits.
Issues drafu on Holland, Ireland and
Scotland. JOSEPH SEYHOLD.
_m y II Caahlor.
pXCHANGE DANK.
CAPITAL. ~ .... .*300,000.
J. N. VANCE .'...Prwildent
JOHN FRKW Vice Prudent
L. E. 8AN DP Cash!*e
WM. D. IRVINE ..Aas't. Caahior
DIRECTORSJ.
N. Vance, (ieorffQ E. Stlfel,
J. M. Rro?n, William Elllntij^m,
John Frew. John I* -DlCkuy,
John Waterhouno. w. E. Stone.
W. H. Frank.
Drafts Issued on Englnnd. Irtlnr.d, Scot*
land and ali points In Europe..
JJANK ?F T11E OHIO VAULEY.
< - it a i '....9'i7n,nm.
WIM.IAM A. T9KTT ... PrwUtfM
MOHTIMKU POl?M)rK....Vlte Piwrtdnu
Draft* on Knitland, Ireland,,Franc* anj
Germany.
ninK'Tons.
V?'illluni A. lh? ii, .....i mri'r V
J. A. illlh r, l(ol'? r t Slmpnon,
K. M. Atkinson, t\ M, Krliftrll,
Julius Pollock
J?? J A )f I LI,Kit. fashler.^
HOTKM.
^OOOOOOOOOOvy^OOC-OOOOOCCO^
I -MAMS! 10 INI suri9t" <$
o The Glades Hotel, I
o OAKUM), MD? ?
^ "ALL TH2 YEAR ROUND." o
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I I
Wi
. OUTMAN ? 00.
g Four
?Make?Price,
EJ
ay of Men's Suits unequaled.
$12.00 afld $15.00
* " < ?_
oetter goo as man any siore in
:t fitting, absolutely faultless in
to compare with others. If we
ring on every suit we'don't ask
s Suits it $3.60. s
not to rip, double seat and ?v
:he $5.00 suit of other stores. "Ec
- In
nhattan Shirts
se
- warm." Don't fail to see them.
er
an & Co, u
In.
relftb Stroota.
? m
IN FRIED EL It OO. a?
no
-1 _ 1?
^ ^ Pa
ao. ?
Hanging Lamps, Cake Plates,
op Dishes, Celery Trays, Cut sc
variety of Ornaments.j'o'J6ho
or
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cc
DEL & CO., s
7 ca
f BTRBBT.
High Art I
BO
Wc arc showing a fine line of c?
Ladies' Cincinnati-made Shoes, at ^
Si.25. which cannot be Beat in the
city. m
Fortunes I
are often made by a plucky adherence
to a principle. The merchant
vr.ns who gives his customers a [J1
better shoe for $1.25 than does his th
competitors.
We have a shoe, a Cincinnati
make, of fine Chromo Tanned 1 >c
Dongola, which has the style and (a('
quality required for this purpose. . '
nr
???i In
Bragging s
WW w ?
Don't Hurt. 5
ou
B1
providing you have the stuff to M
back it up. Just comparc our ??
$1.75. $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00 T,
Men's Shoes. Made in all colors at
of Titan Calf, Zula Calf, Saxoi) p'
Calf and Storm Calf. At this price
this line has no equal. er
h?
??? fr
Our Challenge To *
Any Competitor. "
We hereby challenge any competi'or
of shoes to produce Men's
Congress or Lace Shoes for $1.50, to
equal to ours in style, fit, finish and ai
wearing qualities, as the Klondike it
Shoe Store. bi
lJo not buy a ?1.50 anoe until "
you see our line. In
Boys' and Youths' Box Calf and T!
hundreds of other styles at a remarkably
low price. 10
Misses' and Children's?Great
assortment in all colors will be sold n
this week only at the Klondike
Shoe Store at 60c on the dollar ci
from its original value. a:
A bip line of Men's and Boys' ^
Boots will also be sold at the j?
Klondike Shoe Store below mar- "
kct value. j>('
Before you buy shoes always ,>f
come to the Klondike, 1135 .Mar- '?
ket street. C('
Store open every evening until
9 o'clock. m
MiSe., 5
1133 Milrkot Street.
fwedding j
1 invitations, f
4o*o* ^o-e>o$ '<
2 Examples of New Stylos 2 m
0 can bo soon at our O 'J'
7 Counting Room. Calf 1
\ and toe them at + + A
Tho ? I "i
i InteHigcncer, |
$ 23 and 27 + + X
<> fourteenth Street, o lt,
I ^o?c?c*o*o*o#0*e*0*0 I a
, 'Mi . 'Li.
lEBLlITO PAJ17Y liY'J'i
THREE THOUSAND
:oplc Thronged the Marshall
Couoty Fair Grounds and
*JOYED THE FAIR HUGELY
SSTERDA Y?A W A R D S WERE
MADE IN 80ME OP THE DEPARTMENTS,
AND THE OTHERS
WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN TOMORROWS
INTELLIGENCER.
THREE GOOD HORSE RACES
.WERE ON THE PROGRAMME.
TWO RACES THIS AFTERNOON.
Nearly three thousand people attend
the fair at MoundsvlUe yesterday,
lay people were on the grounds early
the morning and by noonjhere were
are people on the grounds than had
er been there before. In the after>oa
the hack line, of six or eight
cks, could not carry the people wantJ
to go over from the city. "When the
cea commenced at 1:30 the grand
and was nearly filled, but when the
cond heat in the first race started, the
ind was fllled and the fences on eithside
of the grand stand were filled
ith people half way round the track,
tent upon seeing the races.
Nearly all the prizes were awarded
sterday, and the few remaining will
- awarded the first thing this inornK.
The exhibits in the different departc?s
are first class and all the judges
eak in the highest terms of praise of
I the exhibits, and in some cases had
i little difficulty in determining which
best. The prizes In the children's dertment
and in the department of ormental
needlework have been awardand
are as follows:
CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT.
Pencil drawing, George Stultz; china
inting, Tens! Ath; penmanship, Elsie
hwab; linen embroidery, Alice Lynch;
ulp mm, EdiiBQ xjiamxm, musk uaciui
usehold article?haramer.Harry Stewt.
ORNAMENTAL NEEDLE WORK.
Carriage afghan, Mrs. Frank Blake;
ntre piece. Miss Carrie Cockayne and
rs. C." C. Newman; Houston embroldy,
Ella McFaddcn; table cover emoidery,
Mrs. Hooton; handkerchief
se, Mrs. Henry Gehring; pictures In
Ullne, James Walton, (deceased);
ioto frame embroidered, Miss Halpiu;
fa pillow embroidered, Mrs. W. M.
Rgs; taste and skill in hand-work emoldery,
Mrs. Mallory; table cloth,
awn work, Mrs. C. C. Newman; lunch
5th, drawn work, Mrs. Mallory; napns,
drawn work, Mrs. W. D. Dunn;
fa pillow, embroidered, Society Epltspal
church; Roman or cut work, Mrs.
allory; hemstitching. Dick Knox;
ilnt lace, Miss Dora Newman.
The other prizes wil be given In toDrrow's
Intelligencer.
The MIddlebourne brass band is furshing
the music and everyone on the
ound was charmed with the sweet
rains of melody produced by the mu:ians.
Yesterday was children's day, and all
e school children in the town were on
e ground. There was no school In the
ternoon and the association admitted
e children for ten cents, which made
possible for all to attend, and they
oroughly enjoyed themselves,
rhe usual number of fakirs are on the
ound, and. as usual, there were peoe
to be taken In. The ossoclatlon,
iwever, excluded the most objectlon>le.
and tome have been working
rlr games outside the grounds,
rhe weather so far being everything
lybody could wish, the track haa been
excellent condition ond the races
ive been Interesting* Three races
me off yesterday, the 2:22 4rot, purse
X); tho 2:40 pace, purse $125. and the
tO trot, puree 1125. Good lime was
ade In each race, and If It hadn't
en for the time lost In starting some
the heats and the accidents that ocrred
to Trlxie W. In the flrst race, nnd
Pile B, In the second, fcntn causing 1
mo delny, the crowd would have had
thing about which to complain.
In the second heat of the 2:22 trot,
ixle W. caught her loft front foot
>ove the hoof with her hind shoe. cometely
severing the large tendon and
idly Injuring the other. The accident
ippened Just as she was nearlng the I
id of the flrnt quarter of the second
;at. She was Immediately removed
om the ground and a veterinary Huron
telephoned for at Wheeling. Exrlenced
horsemen on the ground say
he will never be able to go on the
Rck apaln.
Belle R was slightly lamed In the
rst heat of the 2:40 pace and was
awn from the race.
THE 2:22 TROT.
Five horses started in this race and
ur finished, Trlxle W. being crippled
id withdrawn in the second heat, as
atod above. The race was between
Illy G., Trlxle W. and Wllquette in the
ad and Cogent and Pan Wilkes makg
a tight race for fourth place. The
rst heat closed in the order named,
ime. 2:25%.
Second heat?A nice start and Hilly G.
ok the lead, pushed hard by Trlxle W.
*?ii ??,?. wnu /tpinnlod. when th?*
,ce for flrst place was between Billy
and Wllqucttc, The former proved
e speedier and came under the wire
at. followed close by Wllquette, with
Jgont and Dan Wilkes taking third
id fourth place*. Time. 2:27Vj.
Third heat?Was between Billy O and
'liquette in the lead nnd Cogent and
nn Wilkes some distance In the rear,
In& driven hard for third place. Willette
was pushed hard on the home
r<?toh. hut Billy G. was an easy winner
' the heat and race lir* three straight
at*. Time, 2:26%.
Summnry:
)iront, br.s., by Rumor. Riverside
Stock Furm, Weston. W. Va.,
r^nnley) 4 3 A
Illy O.. b.?r.. Ray & Waddle.
Wheel I nr. (Waddle) 1 1 1
liquet to. b.s., by Wilton, L. O.
Kell. Havens wood, W. Va.,
!Kell> 2 2 2
nn Wilkes, b.jr., by Belmont
Wilkes. A. T. Sweeney, Wheeling
(Sweeney) 3 4 5
'IMe W? eh m.. by Improve, W.
i'. Willis, Moundsvllle. (Willi#). 3 dr.
rime, 2:25U: 2:27^; 2:M*.
T1IK 2:40 PACE.
Five horses entered the race and four
ilshed, Belle B. laming In flrst heat
ul drawn. Belle B. ond P. B. Conn
mo the most in evidence In this race.
Imer D. pushing very close and taking
cond plnce In the second hent. This
iis perhaps the most Interesting race
iho day. The hard driving for*plac?.
< I th<? evenness of the speed <>f the
uses pleased the people. The rac<*
i tujgiout was between ibe three
>r*es named. Valid not being In It
cm the Hlnrt. Billy Grocn ?nt nr?t
nncy, V. 11. Conn nrcond, Elmer D.
ilrd, with Vnllr! fourth In every henL
lm?r D.t b.R., O. W. Grimes.... 3 2 3
ill'!. !>.?., W. C. Pyre * 4 i
?lln II., b.in., B. F. Kiln?<?n 5 itr.
Illy Own, Jr., (i. II. (JrloxInRnr.. 1 1 1
H. Conn, ch.n., C. B, IJuchnnnon
2 3 2
rime, 2:2!T<i:
TUB 2:10 TKOT.
Wfirn thin race wan called It wn? Intc
the ovenltuc and mnny people left bore
It wan over. Five horses entered
ie rnro. Improve took the lead won
'ter the* Mnrt mid kept It throughout
to race, but not without an effort, lot
SLLiIliiiiS(JJKxt, IflUMW
Elliott Btone ni pushing eloie. follow,
ed at no prp.lt distance by Jack Cook,
who waa pushed past Elliott Stone In
th? third and last beat and took second
place. The race tnrougiiuut WM cloaelsr
contested and Interesting.
Elliott Stone, g.g? L. O. Kell ? J ?
Improve, ch.s.. J. B. Wlsemon... 1 1 ?
I-ady Dudley, br. m....... i i 1
Jack Cook. a.s.. w. C. Dyer I 3 !
Talcott. B. (- Hammond ? .? ?
Time. l:3K: 5:11*.
The Intelligencer's meagre story of
tho first day of the fair waa through
the failure of the reporter's manuscript
to arrive In time for publication.
TO-DAY'S UAtts.
To-dajr le the last day of the fair, and
a large crowd la expected. Two go??d
f racea are on the programme, with the
following entries:
2:20 pace. purse $200?Mlsa Keene, b. m.,
Henry Bergerman, 8alem, Ohio; King
Hal, b. a.. C. B. Wright, Canal Dover,
Ohio: Joe Shafer, blk. *., Ray & Waddle,
Wheeling; Laura D., br. m., W. C. Dyer,
Roanoke. Va.: Col. Day, ch. jr.. J. C. I>avlsson,
Clarksburg: Buffalo Bill. b. g., W.
A. Grandstaff, Moundsville, Billy Green,
Jr., b. B. Grieslnger, fiteubenville,
Ohio; Josephine Preston, b, m., C. L. Skinner,
Fairmont; Walter B., ch. g., J. R,
Curry, Marietta, O.: Kllbuck Rose, spt.
m., R. 8. Rolan, Noles Run, Ohio.
2:80 trot, purso *150?Improve, c. J. B.
Wiseman, Fairmont; Khalid, c. g., A. D.
Parr, Clarksburg: Regy, b. m.. Riverside
Block Farm, Weston, Mary D., b. m.,
Georgo Dyer, Roanoke, Va.: Hllpa. blk.
m., Gnorgo Dyer, Roanoke, Va.: Brokllffe,
b. s., Harry McConnor, Salem. Ohio; Queen
Lll, h. m., Jerry Buckley, Marietta: Jim
Spanker, br. g., W. W. Hayman, Ravenswood:
Meddow Rue, blk. g., John M. Mc
Quigg, Pomeroy, Ohio.
Ono half mile running nice, puree $50.
AT WEST ALEXANDER
The First Day of the Fair Attracted a
Large Attendance.
The "West Alexander fair was given
Its Initial opening yesterday. A large
crowd of spectators was present and the
display of exhibits was creditable to %
more pretentious association. The fair
closes to-day, and a very big crowd 1s
certain to be on hand. The West Alexander
fair starts out as a winner.
The space for exhibits (s inadequate,
and the rush is much greater thun the
direotors figured on. In all departments
the visitor is struck at the fine quality
of the displays made. The sheep, cattle,
etc., are all of a high grade, and Brooke,
Ohio and Marshall counties are well
represented, in addition to Washington
county. Pa.
amiisfivif.nts.
There can be no mistake as to the
success of Willie Collier in "The Man
From Mexico," In compassing the chief
end of farce to make laughter. Decidedly,
"it Is to laugh," at this adaption
from the French of Gonglnet and Bisson,
which is announced for presentation
in this city, at the Opera House tonight.
When the farce was originally
produced at Hoyt's Theatre, New York,
where it ran for months, H. A. Du Souchet,
its author, was congratulated on
scoring another Ruccess on the heels of
his "My Friend from India." If he cannot
claim the same degree of originality,
or if "The Man from Mexico" presents
less ingenious and novel situations
than the earlier one, it is no less
I undeniably a laughter compelling production.
A hint at the funny complications
the author Involves his characters
In, Is given by the mere statement that
the husband who cannot elude the law
I after a hilarious escapane, icub <ua
wife that he In going to Mexico to cover
his absence of thirty days from society
which Is the precise penalty of his outbreak.
The second of the three acta Is
| laid in the Jail warden's office, where
the convicted Fltahugh is leading a
ludicrously miserable existence, by retirement
from his domestic comforta. It
I is managed that a number of friends
1 shall discover his predicament to ln,
crease the fun at his expense. Finally
I to keep up his pretense to his wife, he
returns at tho expiration of his senI
tence, arrayed tn a gorpeous Mexican
I native dress, and. fortified with a Spnn|
Ish and English conversation book. Mr.
I Collier makes a good denl of the delinI
quent husbnnd's part, and Louise Allen,
who has achieved so much success in
the role of the wife, dances prettily a
Spanish fandango, which the husband
does his best to show his familiarity In,
to the delight of the spectators.
t'nnivron.
Speaking of Cameron nnd her excel*
' ? ** " Ul-U ??nnnl> ? (hft On.
lent cumjmu*. mutii
era House. Friday, the Altoona (Pa.)
Mlrn?r of August 23, says: "Cameron,"
the great American soprano, and her
strong supporting company, gave a rare
musical entertainment at the Eleventh
Avenue opera house last evening, which
delighted all the music-loving people In
attendance. Her voice Is an exceptional
one and Its superior has never been
heard In this city. Violinist Charles Hlgglns,
was encored repeatedly, as was C.
Herbert Keir, the pianist; Daisy Kerr
Kins, contralto, and Inez De Costa, accompanist.
The company was undoubtedly
one of the best musical organizations
that has ever visited Altoona.
IVnshhnrn'* ninatreln.
Of Washburn's Dig Double Minstrels,
which Manager Felnler has booked as
the at traction at the Orand for two
nights and a matinee,beginning to-morrow
evening, the Ohio State Journal of
recent date, says: "The company is nn
amalgamation of whites and blacks, the
whole Including nearly fifty people. It
is one of the old organizations and has
established a good reputation for variety
and special features In this line of
entertainment. Among the people are
Lew Benedict, Horner, the Knox nrotncrs,
Joe Lewis,Weavor and Plntt,George
Tlchner nnd others well known to the
faithful."
A Trf?l,
Manager Charles A. Felnler has booked
the celebrated Knoll & McNeil musical
novelty company as the attraction
at the Grand the first half of next week.
Th? following Is taken from the SunCrKIc,
?>r St. Louis: A. H, Knoll, the
celebrated cornet virtuoso, Is the equal
If not the superior, of the gifeat Levy.
He handles his Instrument with grace
and perfect case. He was recalled time
and again, and responded to several
encores every night. The lovers of music
should not miss the opoprtunlty to
witness this great player. His execution
of "A Night In Venice," rone of his
own arrangements) and "Anlno Laurie/
was simply grand. He Is as far superior
to Liberati ns the Arsenal Bund la to
the bands that parade the street
occasionally.
"llnw to Cure All Mtlu Durniri."
Blrnply apply "S WAYNE'S OINTMENT."
No Internal medicine required.
Cures tetter, eczema. Itch, all eruplions
on the face, bands, nose, etc., leaving
the skin clear, white and healthy.
1(8 KT.1l il"ililUK UIIU lUlttiuo (wnr.j
nre powoajed by no other remedy. Ask
your flriiKRlKt for SWAYNE'S OINTMENT.
Avoid substitutes. Uhs&w
lllrrr Tflrginm*,
OIL CITY? River 7 Inches nnd foiling.
Clear nnd plensant.
GRERN8BORO?River fi feot C inches
and ntatlonnry. Clear nnd pleasant.
MORflA NTOU'N?River fi f?-et 10
Inchen nnd Matlonary. Clear nnd warm.
BROWNSVILLE?River 4 feci 8
Inrhe* nnd stationary.
PITTSBt JRflH?-River 2 feet and falling
nt the dam. Clear nnd pleasant.
PA RK E RBBtTRO?Ohio river 1 foot R
Inchon and stationary* Cloudy. Mercury
at 74. The Little Kanawha is falling.
ON'LY one remedy In the world that
will nt once stop Itchlncts of the akin in
any part of the body. Donn's Ointment,
At any drug More, 50 cent*. 3
lit OJuX i?iiU.JLiJJU ivv
DANGEROUS SUHGERY,
UMlb Follows in* IMmiooi??? K?U??S?
the S?r*?oo?? Fooll,of Comm, h? f??
Help C*?-Pr**mld Pll* ? '
Cum Fol?l?*lr? Wltfcoi
D?*|tr.
people go along for year* rifferin
with piles. Then try thl?. and that an
the other thins; <rom carrying a buck
eye to getting treatment from a phy?,
clan. They obtain temporary reHe
maybe, but they are never quae cure*
A little at rain In lifting, excessive (a
tigue, a. little con?;4patioiv or a litti
diarrhoea and the pHea como back.
They don't seen* to amount to mucl
but they banish sleep and appetite. N
position is comfortable. There is ir
tense local pain and that dreadful fee
lng of weight in the perineum.
Maybe Jn the early stages some of th
many salves on sale will afford' tempc
rary relief. If the esse is of ion
standing there is only one speedy an
sure remedy. Even in llgbt cases it 1
Pyramid Pile Cure. Even in light case
it Is the safest thing to use. Other ap
plications may cure and may no
Pyramid Cure is always certain, alway
reliable and always brings comfort u
once. Its prompt use saves months c
severe suffering. In extreme cases !
wK save surgical operations and the!
attendant dangers and discomforts.
It Is better than the knife. Will cut
easier, quicker and safer. Thousand
have used it. Thousands have bee
cured by it.
The cost is trifling compared wit
what it does. The price Is 50 cent!
Most anybody would gladly pay to
dollars to be rid of pHcs.
Druggists sell Pyramid Pile Cure. 1
yours hasn't it he widl got it from th
Pyramid Pile Drug Co., of Marshal
Ol-.cn. (SOiC mauuittViuicio;.
HE'S PROBABLY INSANE.
Mr. Welntzel, living with hi
throe daughters and one son, abot
seven miles west of Bridgeport, o
Wheeling creek, has been actln
strangrly for acme time, and Tuesda
was arrested by the sheriff of Belmot
county, and confined on a charge of it
nacy. The father has frequently becoi*
violent recently, and drove his childrt
from home. They would go to neigt
bors, and return when his mood ha
changed. But on the day mentioned t
procured a sharp razor, and started I
murder the family. Fortunately they a
escaped. Seeing his condition was sue
as to warant it, they informed tt
sheriff, who arrested him. He will be tn
ken before the proper authority, and i
doubt be adjudged insane.
ELLET IIL1R.' PROPERTY.
Public gala mt Dlartln'i Ferry, Mouda
October a. 1808, mt 1 o'clock p. m., at (I
Comer of ?-ourth and llnuorer Htrcet
Beautiful Into in Ellet'a Addition I
niUHK^T ISlDDEfi. Title ffuarautee<
* ? ? # vrnoertr before a?lr. Ternia, on
foaith caali| onr, two and three year
with iutcrcat. Good <|?coant for all caal
WM. U. t'ABEl.l., 045 Mala Si.
A. NOORf.. Jr., Trustee*
J. C. IIBUV*. Y, Anctlouoer.
DIED.
HART?On Tuesday mornlngr. Beptembi
27. 1SSH. at 7:50 o'clock. CLAUDE C
son of E. J. and Sarah Hart, in h
21st year.
Funeral services at family residence, N
C9 Zane street, this (Thursday) afte
noon at 2:30 o'clock. Friends of tl
family respectfully Invited to atten
Interment at Greenwood cemetery.
UNDERTAKING.
T PUIS BERTSCHY,
funeral Director an i
Arterial Embalmer.
1111 M?lnStr.?t, WoMSM
Calls by Telephone Answered Day
or Nlffht Btore Telephone 63&
Residence, 606. Assistant's Tele
phone. 695. anifl
ALEXANDER FREW.
Funeral Director and Erabalme;
1203 MAIN ST,
Undor Competent Management.
Telephones?Store, 228: Residence. 750.
RRIIF.MMER A. HIL.DEBRANC
flMRAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS,
Comer Market end 22d Street*
Telephone 207. Open Day and NlffhL
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BOYS'OLOTHIHO-P. QCTU
; Boys' Gothinj
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There ait two ways to ;
o is to make tliem so's th>
make than so's they'll v
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J time * cnMomer comes,
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| boys by the way your n<
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compel one to give a thou
I wc are displaying a full and choice lim
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COMFORTS,
? BLANKETS,
UNDERWEAR
HOSIERY.
If your wardrobe needs replenis
?r Lsfy your demands.
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NOVELTIES SK'
are being received daily,
tcrest to see our line before purchasin
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- Geo. R. Taylor
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P> TITLE INSURANCE.
If yoa purchtM or znaka m loan on real B
estato have the title Insured by the VII
Wheeling Title and frost Go.
~ NO. 1315 MAltKIt ITEBKr. P
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S.'r. & aS^f7wnCi&a?iiiVii?Tfu?j R> jjt
irantee
The Qualities
When there's a carpet C
to be bought, come here.
~ We have the largest "
stock, the greatest hum- Q
bcr of patterns, the iich
est colorings, and the '
lowest prices in the city. Q
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We Make
Lay and C
Line Them
Free* ^
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Brussels begin at 65c a
yard; Ingrains 35c. Don't C
_ mind about cash, for ___
we'll rive you credit at
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THE HOME PROVIDERS.
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make Children's Clothes?one
=> '11 wear, and the other is to
rear out The kind that wear
itomcr back again. The kind
o make a big profit on the first
for fear he'll never come back
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the kino oi ciouics ?i ov? ?.
iighbors talk. Whenever you
from a nail on a roof or from
aat or pants?his folks buy his
i step-ladder or a step-mother
vears Gothes from "The Star."
g & Co.,
h Street.
a. TAYLoa oo.
Company.
igrht to these articles^ and
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RS,
and
hing in this line, we can sat- .
in these goods.
IDE SUITS,
DRESS GOODS
and it will be to your ing
Company.
DRUGGISTS.
EaaBtiSii
ro dally growing In favor with
eraons of sedentary habits. On*
111 taken dally acts gently on
do liver and bowel?. Sold bf
LIST, Druggist, 10,10 Main St.
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