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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, March 09, 1899, Image 8

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9eo. Stl. Snook <f Co. I
Snook
Have Sold Ion
Silks and Dres:
during the- past three weeks t
sell in such a limited1 time. '
and MODEST prices, and tl
i.'i:.. vprrfcnnr
l|U(UllUlt:3 u I I.
some of these:
Waist Silks===
pure and simple?consisting of
styles, weaves and colors which |
were specially jlesigned, dyed
and woven for THIS PURPOSE
ALONE. COULD be
used for other purposes, but arc
pre-eminently suited for waists.
Styles by the hundred at any \
price.
Senechal
is the name of a lustrous new
black silk of medium weight. j|
Weave?similar to Gros dc ||
GLondre. Finish?similar to sat-1|
in Luxor. Both sides of this
silk are finished alike. Prices in j]
easy buying range.
Silks here for every purpose.'
Every new kind of Trimming.
Narrow Ruffling Ribbons. ;
Ready=to=Wear Departr
It takes time to perfect any;
That's why the first products
or that detail. For this reaso
wait until the experimental s
That time has arrived and we
ing the receipt of a goodly ]
Suits, Jackets, Children's Re<
etc. Better examples of fine
New line of long French
fiRl 1 QK
13X0,
Our Great L
takes place to-morrow. Ii
owing to a change in man
former season. The spec
| offered. We invite you tc
> J All Odd and Sampb Lace Curt
! j 98c to be sold at each
; I All Odd and Sample Lace Cur
j I $1.98 per pair to be sold at
!; All Odd and Sample Lace Cur
; $10.00 per pair to be sold at
SOILED
' J Badly soiled from hanging in sh
! lar $15.00 Irish Point Lace
ODD PAIR
; > and some patterns 3 and 4
< at ridiculous reductions.
\ $1.98 and $2.98 Irish Point Lac
i 9,5.48 Irish Point Lace Curtains
/ $5.90 and $6.90 Tambour Lace
> S7.50 to $10.00 Irish Point and F
< S8.50 to $12.50 Brussels and Iri
< $14.98 to $19.50 Brussels and I
> tains at
J $22.00 to $25.00 Brussels and
< tains at
> Two pairs Real Brussels Lace C
i to be sold at pair
I Lace Curtains, Conl
< Regular 98c and $7.25 Lace Cu
< Regular $1.50 to $2.25 Lice C11
> Regular $2.50 to S3.00 Lace C11
| Regular $3.25 to $4.00 Lace Cm
< Regular S4.25 to $6.50 Lace Cti
> Regular $6.75 to $7.50 Lace Cu
> Regular $8.00 to $9.85 I-ace Ct:
< Regular $10.80 to $14.85 Lace C
t Regular $15.00 to $18.50 Lace C
i CURTAIN PC
i Lot of odds and ends Curtain
> Brass and Silver Trimmed f
< set, choice Friday set
I SOFA C
< About 50 Denim, Cretonne an
J Cushions. Here's the
S 48c ones, choice
> 59c ones, choice
I .>1.75 10 T,2o0 ones, cnoicc
TAPEST
For Chair Coverings, Curia
50-inch wide Tapestries, 39c am
45-inch wide Brocaded Velvets,
day yard
50-inch wide Satin Finished I!
dav yard
DRAPE
Our entire stock of 50c and 6s
from pieces to suit ptirchasi
Sto. Si. Snook iC- Co.
&Co.:
? j
i
5
5 Goods
I
:han we thought it possible to '
rrue,.\ve liave LARGE stocks
lose make the selling of great
Read further, you may want
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THE
r>. 1 < rv n i
loiorea Dress uooos
stock wc present to your notice
this spring represents a combination
of "GOOD TASTE and
UNSTINTED MEANS. Nothing
too choice?nothing too
fine for our patrons. Can suit
you at any price yoit choose to
pay. whether it's 25c or $4.00
yard.
Black Goods
also have a very strong following,
particularly CREPONS.
One never seems to tire of this
weave, so prolific in diverseness.
It's a fabric which wears beyond
expectations and always looks
dressy. Mohair, Wool, Silk and
combinations of these in both
light and medium weight. 48c
to $4.50 yard.
rient. J
tiling' new?even a new style,
are generally faulty?lack this
n, find it's to our advantage to
tages have been safely passed,
now take pleasure in announclortion
of our UP-TO-DATE
:fers, Skirts, Waists, Petticoats,
tailoring nowhere.
Net Ties in Ivory and Butter.
nk ? ir^
]\IH At
I ^ BrnzZ*/
ace Curtain and
t's one of the great trade even
agement in the curtain departi
ial feature of this year's sale
? come expecting great things.
ains tliat sold at 50c, 75c and
9c
tains that sold from $1.25 to
each 19c :
tains that sold from 82.50 to
each 49c
CURTAINS.
ow window. Two pairs reguCurtains
to be sold at pair... $2.98 ,
S CURTAINS
. of a kind?very fine curtains
e Curtains at 98c and $1.48
at $1.98 |
Curtains at $2.98
'rench Applique Curtains at.. $3.98 1
sh Point l^ace Curtains at... .$4.98
French Applique Lace Cur
$9.98
French Applique Lace Cur
.$11.98 :
lurtains, were $37.50 per pair,
$19.98 |
taining I to 8 of a Kind.
rtains at pair 48c 1
rtains at pair 98c
rtains at pair $1.38 [
rtams at pair $1.98 |
irtains at pair $2.48 and $2.98
irtains at pair.......$3.48 and $3.98
irtains at pair $4.45 and $4.95
iirtains at pair $5.90 and $G.90
urtains at pair $7,50 and $8.90
)le fixtures.
Pole fixtures, including Wood,
ixturcs, some sold up to 50c per
10c
;ushions.
d Silk Covered, Well Filled Sofa
: way they are to be sold;
......... w.-.24c
nnn
98c
RIES, ETC.,
ins, etc., at half and less Friday.
1 48c qualities, Friday yard 25o
slightly soiled, were $1.75, Fri
49c
agdad Drapery, was 79c, Fri
49c i
KY SILKS.
;c Drapery Silks, quantities cut
r, Friday yard 39c Jj
. i
Sooa Shoes.
$3.50 m .
Until Saturday
S v? 0000 night all heavy '
rt?A ,m weights in "The
\7 45 Wheeling $3.50 ?
P" Shoe" will be
$2.45;
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1
ALEXANDER,
iood Shoes. 1049 Main.
Silent Shoet.
"off!
A few more .1 OFF SATF
days and our sr11 ;
on Men's Winter Shoes
will be over.
This is Not an Odd and End Sale,
but the wind up of our best
Winter Weight Shoes.
STETSON'S AND "ROYAL" SHOES
included.
BOTH BLACKS AND TANS.
Docs this saving interest you?
NAY BROTHERS,
Reliable Shoes. 1317 Market St. '
..Second Sight..
When you feel that you have tried everything
and everyone, consult us. A dally
occurrence Is the surprise shown by the
benefited patients at our office.
Do you have headache? Do your eyes
water? Do they smart or burn? Does the
print run together when reading? Peel as
if scum before the eyes? Do thlngn appear
double or mixed up? Have a desire to rub
the eyes? Twitching? Does the light pain
them? For any trouble of your eyes consult
us. During this month we devote
much time to children's eyes. We make
glasses at popular prices (one reason for
our popularity)?make a careful examination
free of charge. The best proof of our
success is the number of recommendations
from our old patients.
PROF H SHFFF SCIENTIFIC
* 1IV1 " OPTICIAN",
Cor. Main and Eleventh Streets.
FAMILY "WASniN'G.
Rough Dry Washed. Starched and
Dyed 3 contA per pound.
Flhr Work, Washed and Ironod, 5
cents per pound.
All hand work flnlHhed 10 cents per
pound. At -I.UTZ 1$KGS\
pub if Homo Steam Laundry.
n~k 01
I Wall Paper Rt
ts in this store's yearly busir
ment, there's to be a more r
is the large amount of Fine In
But come early, for the best tli
PORTIERES, COUCf
Some slightly damaged, others g
of a Iciml. Patterns that cannot be <
t pair badly damaged' Portiere Curto
be sold at
i pair badly damaged Portiere Curt:
l>c sold at
i pair slightly damaged Portiere C
sold at
i pair slightly damaged Portiere C
sold at
I nair sliirhtlv dmnnmvl 'mil.- WI.mi
S12.50, to be sold at
i pair slightly damaged Satin Derb\
be sold at
Slightly damaged Couch Covers, wen
ODD PORT
These are as good as they were \
tory, but only I, 2 and13 of a kind.
About half a dozen Oriental Cross Sti
for Couch Covers, were $r.g8, c
Odd lot Calcutta Portieres, were $2.9!
slightly soiled. Choice each...
Odd lot Single Roman Portiere Cur
choice, each
Odd lot of pairs Derby Portieres, w<
choice Friday
Odd Silk Satin Derby Curtain, was $
Odd Half Pair Lots?Fine Oriental a
were $5.90 to $16.50, choice at $
About 25 pairs in 6 different coloring:
will be sold in quantities to'suit
$3.98, choice per pair
REMNANTS SAS
including Ruffled, Tambour and Tri
are to be sold 1
I2tc quality at. 5c
19c quality at 9c
25c quality at 12Jo
REMNANTS:
Cretonnes, Fancy Tickings and Orici
of which was 12k to 39c yard,
WALL PA
ODD LOTS?Many with ceilini
150 lots, samples arranged iu books (
ii we do not miss our guess greatly
dinner time.
Lots containing 5, 6, 7 and 9 rolls o:
to match, lots complete at ?
Lots containing 7, 8, 9 and 11 rolls
with border and some with ceilin
at
The above lots are ONE-THIRD tc
$1,300,000
In Cash Received by two I.ocal
Ranks Yesterday, Destined
rO FATTEN BANK ACCOUNTS
3f Stockholders of the iTEtnu-Standaril
Iron & Steel Company, who
Have Sold out to the National Steel
Company?Mncli Clerical "Work is
Necessary Before the Money can be
Distributed to the Stockholders.
The City Bank of Wheeling yesterday
eceived the largest single deposit ever
nade in its career of many years?it
.vas a cash, deposit of 5^0,000, as well
is the same amount of stock of the
lew National Steel Company, or $1,900,
iw in an.
The First National Dank of Brfdge>ort,
received* It is said, about $350,000
n cash and about the same amount of
itock of the National Steel Company?
1700,000 in all. Likewise, this was the
argest single deposit ever made at the
3ridgeport bank.
The First National bank of Bellalre is
lue to receive a deposit of 4he eame
proportions as that received by the
Bridgeport bunk, but it had not arrived
yesterday.
All of this money, about $1,630,000 In
:ash and practically the same amount
n stock of the National Steel Company,
comes >to the three local banks in
payment of the deal by which the Na:ional
Steel Company acquires the
?reat plants of the Aetna-Standard
iron & Steel Company. In round numjers
it is said the consideration, both
lash and stock, figuring in the deal is
{3,300,000. The companfr* is capitalized
it $3,000,000, of which $1,000,000 is In
ireferred stock and $1,100,000 Is common
stock.
Of the 30,000 shares of Aetna-Standard
stock, 17,000 were- deposited with the
2Ity Bank, of Wheeling; about 6,500
with the First National bank,/of Bellalre,
and about 6,500 with the First
National bank, of Bridgeport, for -the
purpose of closing up the deal with the
iNauonai. .*v represeuiuuve ui c?v?
bank went to Chicago Inst week with
the stock certificates, These representatives
were Ambrose S. List, of the
City bank, of Wheeling; Wilbur Tallman,
of the First National bank, of
Bellalre, and J. B. Loe, of the First National
bank, of Bridgeport. They went
through the formality of turning in the
stock, and in exchange received the
money and stock of the National In the
proportions mentioned above. Mr. Loe
has already returned with his money
and stock, and Messrs. List and Tallman
are expected back to-day. The
money for distribution from the City
bank came ahead of Mr. List. It Is supposed
the money for distribution from
the First National bank, of Bellalre,
will reach that institution to-day.
The money will not be distributed tc
the stockholders before the early pari
of next week. In the meantime a vasi
amount of clerical work must be gon<
through with, including the making oui
of checks to the Individual stockholders,
etc. Some of the stockholders (bu!
not many) are taking all cash; others
are taking half cash and half stock
a nil some, it is said, tak*- all stock.
v Q |
mailt Sale
less history. This year, |
adical clearance than any <
iported Curtains that are |
lings go first. s
1 COVERS, ETC. |
;ood as new, but only r, 2 and 3 S
duplicated. <
iins, that sold at $10.00, to <
98c I
lins, that sold at 83.75, to J
48c |
urtains, were S6.90, to be >
?1.98 |
urtains, were $9.95, to be <
$2.98 \
r Portiere Curtains, were >
?5.90 <
Portieres, were S5.00, to <
$1.98 I
; $3.50, choice each Friday. 98c >
IERES. >
vhen first received from the fac- >
"ipo Portieres, also suitable S
hoice each 59c *
5 and $3.98 pair. These are >
... 48c <
tains, were $2.98 to $4.95, <
98c S
ere $2.98, $3.48 and $3.98, <
$1.48 I
114.50 pair, to be sold at. .$3.98 >
ml Silk Damask Portieres, >
12.98, $1.98 and 98c <
s, mostly 2 and 3 of a kind, >
: purchaser, were $2.48 to >
$1.79 <
H MUSLINS. \
sh Point Sash Curtain Goods, >
.his way: i
3<jc quality at 17c \
59c quality at 25c <
i)Sc quality al 49c S
SILK0L1NES. i
ital Draperies, regular price J '>
choice Friday per yard.... 5o \
pej$. :
5 and border to match. About ; I
or convenience in looking, and ;
there will not be a lot left by
i Wall Paper, with Border J
35c, 45c and 50o
Finer Glades Wall Pancr. *
(,'s to match, lots complete >
75c, 85c tip to $2.00 <
> ONE-l'll'TH regular prices. >
W^WWWWWvVWWW^)
Che Sub Clothitrt. I 3ub Clothier*. I
Like the Petals J
Of a Flower......
Gradually the spring season is opening little by
little. The departments are getting into shape, and
as steadily all that remains of winter is passing out
No danger of us putting any of this season's goods
before you next year. We are cleaning up clean?Wc I
did before?so everything spring-like is new. You tj
know the sacrifices we make to insure it. You know P
the satisfaction it is to you that it is so. Hundreds of ||
C M . I,., f..:r 1JT 1 , . [
new opnng i\oveuy oims i<ji nuuurcas of fl
new Spring1 Suits for Big Boys. Hundreds of ?
new Spring EfTccts in Men's Suits and Shirts. Glad fl
to have you drop in and see them. You will find fi
many novelties that only we arc showing. To-day |
the store is a spring store for all the spring wants you |
have now. It is enough of a winter store yet to if
answer all such calls.
HPILIF7 HI IO Clothiers, Hatters I
liliJlD O LJ 13 5 and Furnishers,
The Hub Corner, Fourtceith and Market Streets, Wheeling, W. Ya.
S^acr'ii Clothing jtouse. | Sftner'* Clothing Jtouse.
Perfect'Fitting TTV
Perfect Shape' 111 f ft ?1 AC S |
Trimmed Well
^e, Trousers
.? 5tylermateriau
Hand finish
^just right
Fverv i? IS $?L
Fair Warranted i???-J ^ :
THEY MEET THE WANTS OF ALL.
WARRANTY
You may buy a pair of DUTCHESS VOOL TROUSERS at
$2, $2.50, $3, $3,50, $4 or $5
AND WEAR THEM TWO MONTHS. FOR EVERY SUSPENDER
BUTTON THAT COMES OFF WE WILL PAY YOU TEN CENTS |
IF THEY RIP AT THE WAISTBAND WE WILL PAY YOU FIFTY p ::
CENTS. IF THEY RIP IN THE SEAT OR ELSEWHERE WE Wi I ?
PAY YOU ONE DOLLAR, OR GIVE YOU A NEW PAIR. j
)Q^4- T?JJ nr< _ (
HJt^L in uie vvunu i ry a fan
? TT\ A F^ITh
HH |ia H if
Twelfth St. Clothier, ^^Sole Agent
*Coche Shoe Company. | J2oeke Shoe Cornpnnih^^^ .;5]
jSave9 and Make Money. j|
iifclCfe'S VUUK UULUEN OPPORTUNITY.
$5.00 quality Stacy Adams & Co.'s make Men's 3-Solc Leather Cj\ fiQ
Lined Shoes, correct shapes and style, now j
$3.00 and $3.50 qualities Men's Box Calf and Vici Kid 3-Solc (fcO JJ0
| and Leather Lined Sliocs all go in this sale at.., ^ . J
$2.50 and $2.75 qualities Men's Box Calf and Vici Kid Shoes, ?7 ()0
3 soles and leather lined, a big bargain at i
\ general clcan up of Men's Heavy Solo
Shoes at prices that will make them go fast.
J. H. Locke Shoe Company^
%Jhc Dlational Sxehange Sjonk of Wheeling. ?|
J. N. VANCE jE PvoMdont. Ci?J J*. 3'. SA>'1)S ? **7TI1
.10IIN FJIEW >lco Vrcatdeut. "\V. II. 1HV1NK. ^
The National Exchange Bank ;
SSS . Of Wheeling. > &M9,
IMDprrnnc ? MSB
.T.N. Van , Jolm "Wntcrlin.iRO, - ' Dr. John I? I"cWl 1
? v chZ* William KUIiibIh,m,- W. H. Mono. 6. ; j
?- h- Sllr?l. J.M.Hrowu, ' W.U. JW*
Business entrusted to our core \vlll rccclvc prompt onJ careful altent"^-1.

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