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MBN'8 8UITS"The
B
Style?Qualiti
All combined make our dis
At $7.50, $10.00,
fe show you more styles an
(own. Well tailored and per
make and style. We ask yo
cannot show you a positive s
fcr your trade.
?
Boys' Short Pai
Strictly All Wool, warrant
knees. Compare these with
Some New Mi
just in?exclusive styles. "Ve
M rinttT
A?&i Ulill
Matin and T
NEW QOOD3?Jl
New Goo
Reception Lamp
Fancy Salads, C
Glassware, and
Just Received a New Line ot
WALL PAPER.
JOHN KKlfc
1113 MAX
RBAL ESTATB.
For Sale and For Rent.
FOR SALE?A cheap home, two-stoi
brick dwelling. 4 rooms and kitchen, c
East McCoHocb street- Lot SO by U
Only I1.700. Terms easy.
A very flne building lot on north si(
Of Fourteenth street.
Two desirable building lots on Wo<
street, Eighth ward?on very easy term
A two-story frame dwelling, 5 room
- T as i.? 1AA Qnni
wan mnuii' vii iui. uui v uj ?w.
Chapllnc street. Eighth ward. Only f6E
easy terms.
FOR RENT?An elegant modern rei
denco, 10 rooms and bath, hot and co
water, both gases, west side of Chaplin
between Twenty-Second and Twenty-thli
circets. Possesion given October 1.
A county residence with grounds. . Ii
quire at once.
C. A. SCBAEFE8 KO.,
Telephone S17.
FOB SALE.
Main street business property, from (
B. Feeny's new business house north i
alley. Will soli any number of feet yc
want at a low figure, on long time if d
ttlrcd.
An 8-roomed house in first-class cond
tion, 32 South Front, for 12,800.
Pleasant Valley building lots, tho on
real desirable left, fronting on Pike. Si
you any number of feet you want.
Good 8-roomed house near Forty-eigh!
street for 11,300?1900 cash, - balance
rr.onthlv oavmtnts. You won't miss tl
money,'and Boon own your own home.
Money to loan, 6 per cent.
a-, o. smith:.
Real Eatate Fire Insurance, Surety Bond
Exchange Bank Building.
Bakery For Rent
on the Island, consistin
of store room, dwelling, bake sho
and stable. A rare chance for
business stand. Possession give
at once.
Theo. W. Fink & Co.,
'telephone 687. 1520 Market Si
_tOJ?i-LN "I j
J'o. '3: National Road $9
?"o. 12 Indiana street 15
No. North York street 10
No. l?no Market street 30
No. 2T?jn Alley li 7
No. 30 Sixteenth street, bottllnff cellar
12
No. 34 Sixteenth street. flr?t floor.... 17
No. 175 Seventeenth street, 2 rooms.. 5
No. 2S02 Main street, 3 rooms 6
No. 8527 Chapllne street. 2 rooms.... 4
rooms Second street, Martin's Ferry,
Ohio, natural Raj fixtures for
heat and light 7
FOR SALE.
DeslraMc Market atrcet property.
JAMES A. HENRY.
-Jlenl Estate Agent, Collector, Not a:
Public and Pension Attorney, No. Id
Main street. SOU
STATIONERY, BOOK3. BTO.
Headquarters
School Book
^ and Supplies
both wholesale and
retail, is still at.....
STANTON'S
No. 1301 Market Street,
or?lrRSSLWUDU WWMSAlXIUTlgfOiCAf
j > ASC K A LI. GOODS.
Hammock?. Croouflt, 'War Map* ar
XovciUc*. Pittsburgh Dispatch, Coram*
cUl fiax?tte. Post, Time*. Cincinnati Ki
qulrer. Commercial Tribune. New Voi
and oth'-r leading dalilen. Mairazlnus, Sti
tloncry. Gospel Hymns.
t?. If. QUIMBY.
HH Market Htroot.
HOTELS.
QOOOOOOOOCXXXX>OOOOOOOOOCX3
8 -MAM SI 10 IHi SIAII0V
? The Glades Hotel,
8 0AKI AND. MO,
rt "ALL THE YEAR ROUND."
fpHK INTKMilOKNCKK miNTIN
JL WAIU.I8MJIKNT DOK8 NBA'
ACCUilATB AND PROllgf WOftK.
V i
) I . ?y
M. GCTTMAN * OO.
ig Four...
/?Make?Price,
;play of Men's Suits unequaled.
, $12.00 and $15.00
d better goods than any store in
feet fitting, absolutely faultless in
u to compare with others. If we
aving on every suit we don't ask
its Salts at $3.60.
td not to rip, double seat and
the $5.00 suit of other stores.
anhattan Shirts
ry warm." Don't fail to see them.
ian & Co,
welfth Btreeta.
3HN FRIgDEL * CO.
ds.
s, Hanging Lamps, Cake.Plates, I
2iop Dishes, Celery Trays, Cut '
a variety of Ornaments.
F
DEL & CO.,!
JJ aTRHHT. '
- BEST IN THE LAND. \
y
? Wheeling'* EJcctric Car Service l
. will be all of that
,e i
^ Tfir bin rnu'pAi iimtiau l
J Nil cn lflL D1U lUriOULlUAlJUll
:h
?' OF THE WHEELING AND OVERId
THE-RIVER LINES BECOMES
fd EFFECTIVE?THE ACQUISITION
a. OF THE OVER-THE-RIVER LINE
BY THE WHEELING ALREADY
4 ACCOMPLISHED, AND WILL BE
RATIFIED AT A MEETING THIS
AFTERNOON. ? .
3.
to Until last night, there' h&d been no aug.
thoratlve statement from any of the Interested
parties regarding the rumored
consolidation of the lines of the Wheeling
Railway Company and the over-therlver
company. It ia now learned that
|jj the acquisition of the over-the-rlver
ie line by the Wheeling was practically J
accomplished some time ago, but for t
certain good reasons the Interested par- j
ties agreed not to divulge what had oc- t
curred. Tho trust placed -in somebody
Is. was violated, however, and when an In- 1
telligencer reporter talked with one of t
- the promoters last night he denounced |
the person or persons who were responsible
for the leak In vigorous terms.
The gentleman, who declined to allow <
* * --? -? t>in* t
g Hie UBC Ul iiu> name, au?n?-? ....
y over-the-rlver line practically passed (
p Into the control of the Wheeling: Railway
Company some time ngo. In order
a to facilitate the transaction, it was de- t
g elded to withhold the matter from pub- 1
llcatlon, but as mentioned above there c
was a leak, and now the cat's loose,
figuratively speaking.
. "The Id^a of the acquisition of the
over-the-rlver line by *he Wheeling," (
said th* Intelligencer's Informant. "Is i
k to give to Wheeling and the surrounding (
? towns the cheapest and best transporta- <
lion facilities that are possible. We be- j
lleve It Ls p**slble to give such a cheap, j
00 frequent and satisfactory street car ser- .
00 vice that the traffic of the lines will |
00 be very largely increased. The recent f
[J, Improvements at the power house of
the Wheeling Company, on Forty-?ec00
ond street, have been made in anticlpa00
tlon of the extension of our lines and 1
0? the expansion of the traffic. The addlqq
tlonal power at the power house will
give us ample power to operate any extension
of our lines or any lines we may t
00 acquire. The company will leave nothing
undone to bring Its service up to "
the highest point of efficiency. If given 8
the best accommodations, we believe |
the people will patronise the road as c
It has never been paironlsed befoi'e. Wo j
expect to realise up?n a! thp posslblli- .]
ties that lie In the street railway busl- ,
new Dy catering to mem. oo mr, nunc
2 of the detail* of the deal have been set- i
tied. To-morrow afternoon there will j
^ be a meeting of the over-the-rlver line f
"" people, and on Saturday the stockhdd- j
ers of the Wheeling: meet in this city.
At these- two meetings the deal will bo
given Ira final touches?not Its consummation,
tor It Is already' settled deft- .
nltely. The statement that outside capS
Itallats will be Interested In the deal and 3
that a new company, aupernedlnfr both 1
the old companies, is untrue. The r
Wheeling Railway Company acquires ^
the oth.-r road?that's the whole atory." y
The gentleman added that the details .
would be /riven consideration after to- t
day'a meeting of the ovcr-thf-rlver pco- ,
7 pic. The reporter aaked as to how the j
* cars would tun Into the city after the ,
consolidation becomes effective, but was j
Informed that thl* and ojh^r details re?
main to be settled. He nd'.*ed. however,
that the Wheeling company's power
housw would furnish power f.>r the over- j
id the-rlver linos, this moaning the aban- .
r- donmcnt of the power house at Wc.U
f>* Wheeling, which now nuppllen the over- 1
J the-rlver line. J
FRANK .TOLLY "CHAKMisu?
5 By Employe* of the Over-t hc-Tll ver
Electric Line Last Night.
~ Last night, In tho Bridgeport ofllce of
tho over-the-rlvop electric lino, n picasant
Illtlo affair came off. The cm* |
ployes of the road presented a very fine, i
and valuable Knlghta Templar charm 1
to .Mr. Frank .lolly, tho superintendent*
of th?- road, who retire* now when th*:
5 road l#? About to be acquired by the
Wheeling company. The presentation'
~ wan by Mr W. V Campbell, of Bridge--.
(. port, whose speech of presentation wan
done In his usual vein of humor and clo-.
qucnccu
1. BRADY DECLINES'
The Kepublieaa Nomination for
tbc Slate Senate and
THE CONFEREES ARE RECALLED
TO MEET NEXT TUESDAY TO
NAME A CANDIDATE-MR BRADY
HAD BD8INE8S AND OTHER
REASONS FOR DECLINING THE
NOMINATION ? SENATORIAL
COMMITTEE MET LAST NIGHT
AND CONSIDERED THE BRADY
LETTER.
Mr. Joseph C. Brady, who was named
in the Republican candidate for the
itate senate at last Saturdays conference
In thia city, has declined to accept
ind it win now devolve upon the senatorial
conferees to consider and accept
ir refuse the declination. The conferses
are called to meet next Tuesday afternoon,
In this city.
After the nomination of Mr. Brady
bad been accomplished last Saturday,
the committee of notification sen: the
following letter to the nominee: 1
WHEELING, W. Vs., 8ept. 2G, 1SS8.
r. C. Brady, Esq.. Wheeling, W. Va.
DEAR' SIR:?At a convention held on
Saturday, September 24. IKK, by the sena- j
orlal conferees, duly selected by the Ke>ublican
party, in tho First senatorial district
of West Virginia, you were unanlnously
nominated as the Republican sena- ,
lortal candidate for said district, to bo
foted for at the next general election, and
the undersigned were appointed u com- 1
nlttee to notify you of such nomination.
We, accordingly, take great pleasure in
nforming you of these facts. 1
We know that the acceptance of tho
lomlnatlon will involve a personal, family
tnd business sacrifice, but the fact of your '
tnanimous selection for the position, wlth)ut
your having wought it, indicates how <
renerui is the desire that that sacrifice ,
>e made, and how wide is the feeling that
four services will be needed in the upper 1
iranch of our legislature.
Very truly yours. i
E. D. MARSHAL!*
of Hancock County, '
SAMUEL. JACOB. 1
of Brooke County,
B. S. ALLI80N, ,
of Ohio county. :
Committee. ;
Before he had received the notlflca- '
tlon, Mr. Brady, who is spending a va- (
latlon In Hampshire county, heard of
the action of the senatorial conference i
through another channel, and on Tues- 1
lay wrote the following letter of decllnitlon,
which was received yesterday by ,
Mr. B. S. Allison, of the committee:
wappacomo, '
Hampshire Co., W. Va., 1
September 27, 1898. <
3. 8. Allison, Esq., Chairman Notification
Committee.
DEAR SIR:?I presume It Is unusual to
lecllne a nomination in advance of notification,
hut I feel that no time should be
ost. and therefore beg you to say to the ,
jonfereea of the First senatorial district
:hat, while I appreciate the honor con- |
.'erred, and am most sincerely grateful, ,
:her?_are business and family reasons '
which absolutely prevent my acceptance ;
>f the nomination for senator from my
llstrlct. I love the state of West Virginia, '
ind if circumstances permitted would bo 1
lellKhted to serve her to the best of my ,
ibiiity. I feel that the Republican party i
*n nut serve the state, and thereforo" \
I lovo my party, so that It Is hard lor 1
no to refuse an honor at Its hands.
If there was any doubt as to the re- <
lult of the election, I mlKht feel it my r
luty to accept the nomination, hut as the .
iholce of the convention will certainly ho
dected, I am not creating any embarrassnent
by declining, and most respectfully
'equest you to have the convention rv onvencd
to select another candidate.
?lease convey to your associate}- my sin- <
?ro thanks for the confidence they have ,
hown In me, and say to them that I will
lo all In my power to assist In the elcc- <
Ion of their nominee. ?
Truly and sincerely yours,
JOS. C. BRADY. J
Last nlgfht, at the office of Messrs. r
Srsklne & Allison, a metlnp of the sen- I
LtorlaJ committee was held for The pur- '
wise of discussing Mr. Brady's declina- j
Ion. It was decided that the committee
lad not the power to accept or refuse* 1
he declination, and. In accordance with J
:he. motion passed at last Saturday's $
inference empoiverlns: the senatorial i
- ommittee to recall the conferees, the 1
;ommittee proceeded at once to call an- (
>ther conference for next Tuesday afenwon,
at 2 o'clock, In the chamber of '
Ami Krnnch rtf CAUncll. City bulldln?. 1
The conferees will then act on Mr. Braly'?
declination.
FOR HOUSE OP DELEGATES.
Mr. W F. Brown, of Arroyo, Hancock
ounty, was nominated as a candidate
'or tho legislature, by the Republicans
>f Hancock and Brooke counties, at
heir oonventton, held at New Cumberand,
yesterday afternoon. Mr. Brown
la J no opposition, and is a strong nomiin
every sense. The Hancock-Brooke
eglslative district will be ably reprelented
by him this winter.
TWO SOCIETY GIRLS
tVlIl Assist In Raising MVmey for the 3
"American Boy" Fund. 3
Master Elmer Bonnette and his asso- (
:iat5? in the "American Boy" battle
hip fund movement have twcceeded In J
iecurlng the services of two society (
rlrls, Misses Fannie Wheat and Sjie <
?aldw?ll, to assist In making Wheel- i
ng's contribution to the fund large. 1
Phey will contest for two rings that *
vere recently donated to the boys. '
Last night the boys and girls of 1
Jnltm school w no arc to appear in i n??
Return of the Cavaliers," had a rehear- '
ml, which wan very successful, at *
ounu Bonnette'ii home.
THB FLETCHER CASE.
Yesterday. lr> the circuit court. JudjfC t
Jervey. the trial of the case of Mm t
kfary Fletcher vs. William FaMoure's i
idmlnlstratrix. was continued. A '
mmber of witnesses were examined. '
rhe plaintiff claims that her uncle,
Vllllam Falloure, before hl? death,
iromlfed to wlH to Mrs. Fletcher cer- j
aln property. P?*i;eMl)m of onv hoiife
A'us (riven, but ^je widow, wln? ik the
idmlnlKtratrlx. rcfu**;* to ratify po- esMnn.
The p'.alntllt nov. u s for '
12.600.
OVER THE NEW TRACK.
Last night theyiew track on South
Penr. ft roe t. Island, between Bane and
>hIo streets, on the line of the Wheel- I
ng railway, was completed, and cari
an over the line during th< evening.
This complete tho new truck* on the
Island, nnd the road lb now in a aiate
jt high efficiency. i
m> I
A STRIKE AVERTED.
The heaters of the Riverside entered
i claim for an advance thirty days ago.
yesterday a compromise was effected
between the workers and the management
of the mill by which a threatened
strike Is averted. '
?. m .1
THE very bent fountain pen h "Wn '
tcrman's Ideal." We guarantee every
ponnvv sell. If it does not please you,
return It and get your money back.
ALBERT DITTMAR,
1308 Market Siroet.
Telephone G19.
LOCAL BXXV1T1B&
Ualltnor Mlaor Jtawtul lit am4 Ab?it
U?i CUjr.
Council meets this evening in special
session.
Grand Opera. House, to-night?Washburn's
Minstrels. Opera
House this evening-Cameron I
Concert Company.
The Auditorium Club will give a
dance at the Pythian castle, Monday
evening.
City official*, firemen and"" police officers
will receive their monthly stipend
this morning:
The chancel chapter of St. Luke's P.
E. Church will give a chicken supper
at (he parish house this evening.
Last night a buggy collided with a
bicycle ridden by Miss Palmer, of the .
Eighth ward, Miss paimer escaped 121Jury,
but her wheel wm badly wrecked. |
Work was begun yesterday by the
board of public works contractor? on
the elghteen-inch crock sewer. on Mfcr- 1
ket, Ninth and Main street*, running to I
the river. 1
Central Castle, No. 1. Knlghta of the
Golden Eagle, la enjoying a boom. Seven
candidates were initiated Wednesday
night, and fourteen applications for
membership were received.
The Eighth ward engine house men
answered a still alarm last evening,
calling them to & blaze In Wlriship'a
row. South Wood street. The Are was
extinguished before they got there.
In Squire Haberfleld's court yesterday
the case of threatening to do bodily
Injury, preferred by Maud Smith,
against Harry Smith, was settled. The
lunacy warrant was also quashed.
ABOUT PEOPLE
itraiigvrs la tlieClly and VhMllNt Pw
pli A blond.
N. Kusbautn is a Clarksburg register <
it the McLure. ?.
Colonel. C. L. Skinner, the Fairmont =
hotel man, is in the city.
J. E. Watson, of Fairmont, yesterday
registered at the Windsor. I
Friend Cox and E L. Lynn are~New
Martinsville citizens at the Howell.
Miss Margaret Thompson, or Lucille,
0., joined the Island party which went g
overland to the West Alexander fair
yesterday. *
Misses Effle and Mary McCoy, of Middlebourne,
and Mrs. J. A. Pierpont, of *
Slstersvllle, were among last night's ar? s
rivals at the Stamm. t
Mrs. Lester West, of the South Side, jj
has returned frotn a two weeks' visit to
Cleveland, accompanied by her aunt. c
Mrs. Belle Alexander. ?
The many friends of Mr. G. G. Mur- 1
dock will regret to learn that he Is confined
to his home on North Market ?
street, with a serious affection of the f
heart. *
Col. Sam B. Harrison will be found at ^
the McLure desk again, after October 1, 4
to resume the broken thread of twenty e
rears crying "Front" from behind the j
same marble slab. His three months' a
management of the Highland Inn, Somerset,
Pa., has been very successful. e
AMUSEMENTS. J
0
Willie Collier and his company, In J
'The Man Prom Mexico," were greeted a
l?y a packed house la the Opera House t
last night Collier has always been a h
favorite comedian with Wheeling the- ?
itre-goers, and his popularity waxes
with time. The piece ha? been fresh- b
?ned and brightened since seen here c
ast h-eason, and made a pronounced t
lit. Of course. in> this play, the star is t
the whole thing, but the supporting
somrpany, which includes some capable r
l>eopI??, gets an edgewise chance once in
i while. f
CAMERON TO-NIGHT. r
Cameron, the great soprano, supported
by an exceptionally strong company, v
will appear at the Opera House this t<
evening; This Is one of the rare musical *
:rea*s that reach Wheeling occasionally, j,
md we can assure them a hearty wel- ti
:ome. Miss Cameron has a winsome c
face, pleasing manner, and above all a u
most marvelous voice, of wonderful B
ange, power and sweetness, which she
ias under complete control.
r? i? .tmnnrt la f Wor. I *
* llilllliictu ??? ? ... .. r
Dcrt Kerr, pianist and composer. late ^
conductor of Hammersteln's Olympla, A
Mew York, and other large musical or- J
ionizations. Mr. Kerr has no superior *
n adroit and skillful manipulation of ?'
:he keys and the most difficult music
x>me? rippling from beneath his won- tl
lerful touch with delightful ease. =
Violinist Charles Hlggins, late of the
Pittsburgh Orchestra. Is also a promllent
member of th? Cameron company. "
This season .Mr. Hlgglns has added 1
nuch romantic and soulful quality to J,
lis most brilliant playing, thus making
ilm a most finished artist.
Daisy Kerr King has a rich contralto
rolce of murvclous purity, deptlf and
compass, ar.d Is a well balanced mate
'or Cameron, their voices blending exjulsltcly.
The other members of the
:ompany are equally competent and
proficient and a rare musical treat la In
store for those who attend, as this Is jnquestionahly
the strongest organlza- .
ion of its kind in America. /
IRON AND STEEL F
Reviewing the Iron and steel market
esterday's Issue of the Ohio Valley
Manufacturer says: No change of conlitions
or of features, is to be noted. rhe
markets aro quiet, with a strong *
mdorcurrent of strength and conft
lence. Finished materials are In better
lemand at fair price*. New business Is
lot developing very rapidly, but this Is _
lot disappointing, as the outputs of fur- ~"
laces and mills have been sold ahead to
latisfy the requirements now maturing. Prices
aeem to be acquiring Increased
Firmness with every week's progress, ]
but, under the control of the conservative
element, they do not advance. Bes- I
iemer pig metal, $10 50; steel billets, $16.
A REAR END COLLISION.
Yesterday morning, about 3 o'clock, i
here was a rearend collision on the Bal- I
imoreft Ohio, at the mouth of the Pen- *
n^ula tunnel. The freight which leaves
the city at 3 o'clcek every morning partM
at the Central gia.ss "house, and the
engineer was not aware ?>f the fact until
hin aectlon reached Mt. de Chantal.
He reversed his engine and came back,
but In the meantme engine No. 53,' hauling
a load of coal, had run Into the rear
section, which had got us far ifc the
creek bridge, at the tunnel. Engine No.
r?:i suffered from rhe cranh, but no cars
were badly damaged. Traffic was delayed
until after 9 o'clock.
KI.MCT HKlllv PJtOPBRTV.
Politic Kale a* llnrlln'a Perry, Hominy,
<tcU>t>?r 3. l*OR, M & o'clock p. m., at ?h*
C?rilor of Fourth mid lluiiover Hircala.
llrautlfuf lot* ill Ifillal'a Addition to
IIHlllli>T llll>OKlt. Till* RNiranlml,
?rr tlir> properly brforo anlr. Tft ini, outTo
III III ratli| our, two and lhr*e ytm ra,
kvll'i Internal. Hood dlacotmt for all ca*h,
WN. I). 'A.UKI<Ia 04(1 Main m.
A. SIOIMlK, Jr.i Ti m ?p.
J. C. IIKflVr.Y, Anrtloiiaor.
llaHRllaiiil the Philippine*.
Send four cents (In stamps) for an IIlustra
ted booklet Issued by the Chicago,
Milwaukee & Rt. Paul Rillivay. the
illrect rcuto aprons the American contl- 1
nent < the Now Tr wis-Paclflo posxrs- j
ii: .li< Ignited States. Full of In- I
!'i<r ri'llaMo Information and valuable 4
for reference. Can bo used ns a text
book In school. Address Robert C.
Jones, Traveling Passenger Agent, Cincinnati,
Ohio. ,
CLOTHING?KB
To Be Dressed V
Is Easy of Accon
If you deai at the proper
care how their customers
Not so with us. We rat
a misfit .We don't buy,
Wlac
Come to Us
For Vour Clothes
And you will be dressed
fitting clothes that won't
will pay to some smool
sweatshop-made stuff.
krauf
WHEELING'S FOREM<
itrictly One Price.
THE CARROLL CLUB 1
'all tad Winter 8?uou 8?glna Boon?The |
I'roipicuror * cc?mibi uui ? m
Owod.
The Carroll Club's fall and winter
eaaon will soon open In earnest, and
rhlle the programme has not been out- I
Ined In detail yet, the series of enter- $
alnments will "fie equal to tfee high C
tandard maintained sli^ce this institulon
was launched on the sea of club
Ife. The membership is steadily In- L
Teasing and a further increase is lookd
for with the approach of coolcr weaher.
a
Probably no club can boast of a
:reater interest taken in it by the mem- e
?ers. An average of thirty per cent of w
he members visits the club's quarters
ally. This doesn't mean that the same
lembers are included, but that every c
ay sees this percentage of the club's
nrollment within the club's four walls. n
Sv.en In .the heated term the attend- -p
nee was remarkable. L
Next Tuesday evening a gymnastic q
xhibltlon will be given, under the diectlon
of 31 r. Hugo Loos, who will or:an!ze
a gymnasium class at the close
f the exhibition. Mr. Loos and other *
ymnasts will figure on the evening's f
rogramme. "Gym" work will be made *
prominent feature by the Carroll club
his winter, and the flne apparatus on T
and can be used to advantage. The J
Iub now owns the apparatus owned by *
he defunct Wheeling Athletic Club.
The Carroll Club's howling league will p
e organized next week. The Dramatic .
lub hasn't set a time for redrganiza- ?
Ion. but It Is certain to figure later in $
he year. ]y
* *-* ?I-- To .morrow O
? -r?? _
1.7ft C
rotn Wheeling: via Pennsylvania lines, tl
eturn tickets good same day.
Kxenrtlati to Cleveland _
la Wheeling & Lake Srle, Sunday, Oc- f
Dber 2; J1 SO round trip. Tickets sold v
or regular "Cleveland Flyer," leaving i
Wheeling at 6:30 a. m., cl(f time, reach- /
ig Cleveland at 10:20 a. m.; returning *
rnln reaches Wheeling at 10:15 p. m.,
Ity time. Splendid ladles' coaches, ceglar
trains, assuring arrivals on time. p
wnlghUTetnplar Conclur??C>?*ne Com- ^
mnndrr}-'! Kxcnrslon to Pittibmf, &
nil be Tuesday, October 11, and the \>
ialtlmore & Ohio Is the route selected, c
. special train of Royal Blue coachea, 0
1th parlor cars attached, will leave
Wheeling at 6:30 a. m., making quick y
Ime. Returning a ipeclal train will 3
>ave Pittsburgh at midnight. Low
ites. Make your arrangements now h
> go with this excursion. n
UNDERTAKING. ^
0UIS BERTSCHY, tl
J . s
funeral Director and ^
Arterial Embatme;. J]
1117 Mnln Street, Weat Side. F
Call* !>y Telephone Answered Da* k
or Nlffht Store Telephone 6Si
Residence, 606. Aifletant'a Tele
phone, 685. *I?H CI
ALEXANDER FREW. k
uneral Director ana Embalmer, v
1208 MAIN ST,
Under Competent Management
Tclcphonee?Store. 228; Reeldenoe, 750. li
IRUEMMER & HILDEBRAND, |
I UNERAl DIRECTORS A#D EMBALVfERS, 1
Comer Market and 724 f treets
Telephone 207. Open Day and Night
ni?
BOYS'CLOTHINO-D. C
Boys' Clothir
r\ kt
Jnce ivlore-ei
There arc two ways
is to make them so's
make them so's they'
are made to bring a
that wear out arc mad
time a customer comi
again. You can judj
boys by the way youi
sec a small boy hangi
a limb of a tree by hi
clotlics here. It tak<
to take down a boy \vl
D. Gundlii
34 and 36 Iwe
.'V* S ni' _ . t\*
AUB BROS. ' " ' ;
/ell
lplishment
place. Some merchant* <jpn1 i
look so they get their money, jf
her not sell at all than to sell >;>
job lotf, so don't get any otf f
in style, in good, comfortable
cost you any more than you
h-talking individual for hi* <
BROS.,
>ST CLOTHIERS, M
1319 Market Street. B
riigh Art |
We are showing a fine line of ;
-adics' Cincinnati-made Shoe*, at '
1.25, which cannot be beat ia the
?y. ^ - .
"ortunes
re often made by a plucky tdher- :
nee to a principle. The merchant ;
ins who gives his customers a
etter shoe for $1.35 than does his :
ompctitors.
We have a shoe, a Cincinnati .i
lake, of fine Chromo Tanned a
)ongola, which has the style and )
uality required for this purpose. ;i
I
3ragging
)on't Hurt
roviding you have the stuff to '
ack it up. Just compare pur.
1.75, $2 0?. $2-25. $2.50 and $3.00 g
Icn's Shoes. Made in all colon .
f Titan Calf, Zula Calf, Saxon Jj
'alf and Storm Qlf. At this price a
lis line has no equal.
)ur Qiallenge To
kiy Competitor.
Wc hereby challenge any com- \
eti'or of shoes to produce Men's
Congress or Lace Shoes for $1.50 . ;
qual to ours in style, fit, finish and \
earing qualities, as the Klondike .j
hoc Store.
Do not buy a $1.50 Shoe until)
ou see our line.
Boys' and Youths' Box Calf and *
undreds of other styles at a relarkably
low price.
Misses' and Children's?Great ^
ssortment in all colors will be sold,
lis week only at the KJondHce|: "*
hoc Store at 60c on the donas' \
oni its original value.
A big line of Men^ and Bpyd"
loots will also bet-sold at thai
J-i-- CI Ci... 1?
hJOIlUlIvc JHUt UlUit uwuir. Ill? i ;-a
et value.
Before you buy shoes always
ame to the Klondike, 1135
ct street
Store open every evening mgj).
o'clock.
MliRS
1135 Market Street
BUNDLING & CO.
- 'V"
A .A . *
to make Children's Clothes?one j
they'll wear, and the other it to j
11 wear out The kind that wen
customer back again. The kind .1
le to make a big profit on the first
:s, for fear he'll never come back
;e the kind of clothes we stll for ,
neighbors talk. Whenever you
ing from a nail on airoof or froifl
s coat or pants?hi^ folks buy his
:s a step-ladder or a step-mother j
!io wears Clothes from "The Star." -j
ig & Co.,
Ifth Street.

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