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STONE & THOMAS.
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"Weather Forecast for To-Uar?Bain.
STONE & THOMAS.
Last Cut....
I ON SUMMER GOODS
AND A DEEP ONE....
.
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Ladies' Wash Skirts,
Ladies' Summer Neckwear,
Colored Lawns, Dimities, etc.,
Children's Parasols,
At Half.
READY-MADE SHEETS.
Hemmed Unbleached Sheets, size 81x90 34c
Best Quality of Unbleached Sheets, size 81x90...44c
Hemmed Bleached Sheets, size 81x90 39c
Better Quality Bleached Sheets, size 81x90 46c
Final Reductions On
ffa Screen Doors, Screen WinyjV
dows, Ice Cream Freezers,
Lawn Mowers, etc.
i... -(I. ): "
STONE & THOMAS.
GEO. M. SITOOK & CO.
II" First Fall i
Showing of'""*"
Will arrive Monday. August 27.
EAlso handsome, solid Grey, Tan, -4|
Royal, and Turquoise Enameled -I!
Buttons with gold rims, will be one J|
of the prominent features of the
new Silk and Wool Waists this
fall. Three sizes.
Two Bravest "1
[Now East. -1
? Watch this space for things that "Jj
are new, rare, good. All these
will quickly put in their appear- -I]
We Have Unlimited 1
Quantities J
of Velvet and Silk Ribbons; Laces -jj
ianci nmuruiuerjcb.
Clearance Sale of all Summer' Goods J|
Still Continues. J
in kA** AJi
nay bbothees?shoes.
1 You can J
-The "Royal"
$3.50 Shoe |
Ibr irion?any ntylo In T.'injv? 0
TO-DAY
For $2.65. |
% Thin sliofl 1h probably tKo best H
known 9:).50 Khoo la whoollnnr* W
and lt'? oaisy to fljniro the snujc
llttlo stun .saved?Jim t 85 cent*
on overs' pair?worth looking;
after.
20 Per Cent Off oil Boys', Girls'
and Children's Tans.
NAY'S,.
1317 Market Street.
HJMJIJJji.llMWIJlimMlllMII , i
Ofllcc: 25 and ST Fourteenth Street.
New Advertisements.
Lost?A Pocketbook.
Wanted?Mlddle-Aged Man.
Another of Our Great Collar Sales?The
Hub Clothiers?Eighth Page.
New Goods?JoTm Frledel Co.?Fifth
Gctting Ready, for Fall Business?Geo.
E. Stiff! & Co.?Fifth Page.
Cathedral School Cadets, Attention?
Kraus Bros.?Fifth Page.
Last Cut?Stone 6i Thomas?Eighth
Pnge.
First Fall Showing of Dress Goods?Geo.
M. Snook & Co.?Eighth Page.
For Sale?Simpson & Tatum.
Llnsly Military Camp.
Daughter of the Elm.
Grand Opera House?The 8tar Boarder.
Mrs. W. 8. Hutchlns.
Wanted?Situation In Wholesale House.
Always?R. U. List. ?
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee?IL. F. Behrens
Co.
Reliable Ranges?Geo. W. Johnson's
, Sons.
Observed of All Observers?'Whlto Swan
Laundry.
If You Are In Want of Good, Reliable
Shoes-^South Side Shoe Store.
Bankrupt Sale of Coal and Oil Land.
Tho ? ?
ni... *T i. 5? ?oianion a um
City Hook Store.
20.000.
VTo have fitted ntoro than twentv
thousand paint of Speutuclea, Rlvintr us
a record and experience unequalled by
nny other optician In "West Virginia.
Satisfaction {guaranteed.
J AC OH "W. GltlTHU. Optician.
:No. i;iO(I .Market Street.
RUN- ON TEOUSERS.
Just closed out at a great sacrifice
100 mill ends Trouserings, -which
wo will make to order on short notice
at the low price of ?5.00 and
$6.00. Eegular price S8, ?9, $10.
See north -window"
C. HESS & SONS,
Fashionable Tailors and Furnishers,
1321 and 1323 Market Street.
Traffic "Was Delayed.
BRIEF HENTIONXNGS.
Events in and About the City Given
in a Nutshell.
Prof. H. P. Van Llew, of New York,
will deliver his Illustrated lectures at
the North Street M. E. church, on
Thursday. Friday and Saturday evenings,
for which an admission fee of
less than one-half the usual price will
be charged.
The Park Association will Rive an
entertainment Friday evening, the 30th
inst, in which Edmund Yahn, of Cincinnati,
one of the noted singers of the
country, will be the star attraction. The
Opera House orchestra will also be in
attendance with a fine programme.
PERSONAL NOTES. .
Going and Coming of Wheeling
People and Visitors,
Col. Alex. Mitchell, (all West Virginians
are colonels in New York) treasurer
of the Mutual Savings Bank, who
is in New -York City, undergoing special
treatment for an obstinate ailment,
writes to a friend tnat he has
hopes of a daflnite cure. This news will
be pleasing intelligence to Colonel
Mitchell's many warm friends in this
city. His physician, Dr. Rsed M. Baird.
is with him in a consulting capacity to
the New York surgeons.
C. C. Bowser, of Mannington,. is at
the Stamm.'
Miss Anna Shaw Is visiting friends at
Pittsburgh:
C. G. Buchanan, of Wellsburg, is at
the McLure.
E. J. Guthrie, of Sistersville, is at
the Park hotel.
C. R. "Wilson, of Huntington, is a
McLure arrival.
Charles Stumms. of Mannington, Is at
the Grand Central.
John L. Hechner. of Grafton, is autographed
at the Windsor.
H. F. Jones nnd G. F. .Wadsworth, of
Farmington. are ntrthe Windsor.
The Metropolitan Club Quartette were
quartered at the McLure yesterday.
D. C. McFadden and wife, of Mannington,
are visiting relatives in the
city.
G. E. Newberger, of the Sheridan
Ciun, OC Jlliu&iicuy, i>uo in nie unj
yesterday.
C. Gaylord and wife, of New Martinsville,
were calling on friends In the
city yesterday.
Ernest McCoy, of Fairmont, and Clint
Moore, of Slstersville, are state arrivals
at the McLure.
Miss Margaret Enoch and Mrs. "W. F.
Guthrie, of Mantilngton, were calling
on friends In the city yesterday.
S. C. Stathers, formerly of this city,
but now of Munnlngton, was renewing
OIU acquaintances in inc ciiy yuwiertjuy,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seabrlght, ^ot
Upper I3en\vood. accompanied by Mr.*
and Mr*. Paul Dechnu, left Sunday,, for
Detroit.
B. F. Perkins and family return from
the Moundsvllle camp grounds, to-day,
where they have been spending the
summer.
Albert Specht, of Martin's Ferry, left
last night for McKecsport. Pa., to
u^nnri n wnnVwIth iinrlo. Mr TV W
Jnckson.
Spencer Valentine. Perry Tenant,
Norman Grcgf?, Joseph Sammont and
Earl Leonard, of Hundred, are new arrivals
nt the Tark hotel.
Theodore II. Clrabe has returned
from Newark. Ohio, where ho has been
In the employ of the Jowett Car Company
during the past three months.
.The following'party from Orafton1
registered nt the Stamm yesterday:
Clay V. Miller. Miss Benslo Toe, Byron
Blue, Miss Alice Catton, George HasUp
and Miss Holt.
"STRIKE Up the Band, Here Comes
the Sallor"?tho latest successful song.
Oct It at the F. W. BAUMEtt CO.'S.
CHEW "O. V." Scrap Tobacco. 1
Low Bates to Detroit
August 25,20, ?7 and 28. 'Particulars at
city ticket office, corner Twelfth and
Market streets.
CHEW, "O. V." Scrap Tobacco.
RADICAL
TALK ON A
WARMDAY.
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Socialistic Utterances of Organizer
Bryan Before the Trades
Assembly.
*
CAPITAL AGAINST LABOR.
Ho Would Sacrifice All Millionaires
That the Whito "Slaves" ?<
Might Be Free.
t .
The Ohio Valley Trades & Labor Assembly
met at their hall yesterday afternoon
and transacted some comparatively
unimportant business.; 3rr.
Bryan,* of \ Cleveland, organizer-" of
street car unions, was present and ad-t
dressed the delegates- His remarks
wore of n. rienlriprilv npsnlmlntlr* nntiirp
and took on the tinge of a Democratic
political speech. He referred to Cleveland
as the home of the President of
the United States, Mark Hanna.
President Bauer, of the assembly,
rapped the meeting to order at 2 o'clock
and there was a good attendance of
delegates present. Credentials were received
from the following, and they
were duly obligated: James Hlems,
John FlUgerald and George .Welser, of
Virginia Lodge No. 4, A. A. of I. & S.
W.; Charles Huggins otod E. D. Mooney,
of Local Union No. 12G, A. F. G. W,
U.; H. S. Hart, "William Carroll and
"William Howard, of "Wheeling Lodge
No..G, A.-A. or I., S. & T. "W;i Peter
Hillenbrand, of the A. M. C. & B. -W.
of N. A. Peter Putnam was elected to
All the unexpired term of J. V. Glatz, of
the Journeyman HorseshoersJ Union.
Chairman Boes, of the organization
committee, made a report regarding
the condition of4 affairs in the clerk's
union. He started out to say they were
In a bad. way and the union about to
collapse, when Delegate Sims rose to a
point of order on the grounds that it
was a private affair of that local and he
did not think such matters should be
aired In the assembly. Mr. Boes was
In a quandary and did not know how to
proceed. He was tola by the chair that
the committee had full power to reorganize
locals and that they should proceed
with the work of reorganizing the
clerks' union.
Chairman Bauer called on Mr. Bryan
for remarks and he arose and addressed
the delegates. ' He started out by
addressing the delegates as "fellow
slaves." He said he was always ready
to raise his voice in the Interests of the
tolling masses. His remarks were
those of a misanthrope inasmuch as he
tpok a pessimistic view of affairs all
over the country. He said that wealth
was stored labor and added that the
capitalists had stored their wealth
while the workingman had forgotten to
store his labor. He painted a dark picture
of conditions In the south. Children
of tender age down there, he said,
were laboring In the factories and at
meagre compensation.
The speaker went on to say that the
laboring men were the conservators of
thf* morn! ntmnnnhprn nf thf? nAnnfw
and the sooner they Uwoke to that fact
the better It would be for them. He drew
a simile of an elephant at the circus being
led by a man whose strength was as
a pigmy to a giant In comparison. The
elephant, If he knew his strength, could
hurl his captor Into kingdom come.
This was the condition with labor.
They did not know their own strength.
He said that the wealth of the coun- j
try belonged to the workingmen and
they should receive their share of
what they produce. They produce 100
per cent and receive seven and one-half
per cent. He saw the Rockefeller mon- i
ollth at Cleveland and said he did not
care how soon all of his kin were bur-1
led under it. Rockefeller was a great
Baptist, but was so smeared over with
oil that water would not have any effect
upon him. He would give $100,000
to the cause of religion to-day and raise
the prlce-of oil a quarter of a cent tomorrow
to pay for It.
Continuing further, Mr. Bryan said he
would be willing to sacrifice all the
millionaires In the country In- order
that the white slaves might be free.
He said there was no such thing as
freedom In this country. People said
he was nn Idealist. "What was Idealistic
to-day would be realistic to-morrow.
Business men were the paupers between
the producer and the consumer. If
they had brains enough to last them
over night they would get Into the labor
movement. Higher wages to labor
would increase the volume of business.Concluding
the speaker said the fault
was not over-production as has been
said, but It was under consumption.
Thf> assemblv then lnunrhnrl Ino
discussion ns to the best way to carry
out the plans for the labor day picnic.
Some of the delegates wanted a street
demonstration, but it was voted down,
as the time is too short to arrangs
anything of a creditable nature. They
then adjourned, after which the picnic
committee met and perfected plans for
the labor day picnic to be held at the
State Fair grounds next Monday.
Notice.
In a few days we will have a full Due
of the .new soap records for "talking
machines. These records arc a great
improvement over the wnx ones, being
touncr una mpre uisiinci. rney also
are much easier to innke your own records
on, F, W. RAUMKH CO.
When you feel that you have trlod everythtmc
and everyone, consult us. A dally
occurrence Is the surprise shown by iho
benefited patients at our ofllce.
Do you have headache? Do your eyes
water7 Vo they smart or burn? Does tha
print run together when reading?
For any trouble of your eyes consult us.
We make glasses at popular prlcea. Mako
a careful examination free of charge.
PROF. H. SHEEP,
Tito Scientific Covt Main and
Optician...... HlovcMli Sts.
THE HUB
Another of
Great Colic
For the money ?
men, this collar sale
make a long story s
and made anotner de
Collars, all the leadii
retail at 20c and 25"<
Remember the Dafe=Tl
August 30, at the Ridic
?GOOD LINEN COLI
1 DOZEN F
All sizes from 12
to dealers. See them
ket street.
THE HUB!
Fourteenth and
LOCKE
A GOOD SHOI
LADIES', MISSJ
MEN'S, BOYS'
TAN COLOF
We can save you 25 cents,
these goods, and will give
colors to select from.
LOCKE SHO:
WEST VIBGIN
" EVERYTHING NE
THE
West Virginia Expos
WHEELir
September 10, II,
TWENTIETH
OPEN DRY SND
FEAT
Doc: Show?Over 2.000 Thorouchbr
Mag^ilflcont Exhibition of Llvo Stock.
Art. Industrial and 1
Excitint; Balloon Ascensions.
Ruunlup 11
Vaudeville Attractions. The
GRAND ELECTRICAL ILLUME? ATM
Excsrsloa Rites oa All Railroads. Adfirci
CLOSING THE CENTURY IN A Bl
A. REYMAXX, President.
AMUSEMENTS.
I -
"The Star Boarder" is the name of a
! new, up-to-date farce comedy that will
I bo presented at the Grand Opera
House, for three nights and Saturday
mntince, commencing Thursday, AugI
ust ?0. It is tone of those absurdities
I that touch a tender place in laughterloving
play-goers. No piece was ever
offered that fulfills the ideal so perfect'
ly as a fun-maker, as this latest invention.
The mirror is correctly "held up
to nature" In the representation of
boarding house life and a star-boarder.
Charles H. Boyle appears in the title
role and infuses into the character all
the peculiar action and merriment it
requires. A galaxy of pretty girls in
gay gowns, songs, medleys, dances and
specialties form a magnetic combln**
tlon that wins enthusiastic commendation
from all classes of theatre patrons.
Civil Service "Exam."
The United States civil service commission,
through Secretary Jane A.
Evans, announces that an examination
Will be held for the postal service In
this city, November 21. All persons
who desire to bo examined should apply
to the secretary of the board of examiners
for application blanks and full
Information relative to the scope of the
examination. Application form 101 must
be filed In complete form with the secretary-of
the board prior to the hour of
closing business on October 23; otherwise,,
the applicants cannot bo examined.
.
YOU can save J10 by enrolling before
September 1 at the Elliott School. 1318
Market street. Wheeling. The "Special
Summer Rate" will be In force until
the above date only. One week's Instruction
free of charge. Call and Investigate.
Low Bates to the Mountain Chautauqua.
Commencing July 30 and continuing
until August 30, Inclusive, the Baltimore
& Ohio will sell excursion tickets
to Mountain Lake Park, Md., and return
at the low rate of one fare for the
round trip. Tickets good returning until
August 31, Inclusive.
A "MEMBER of the faculty will be at
the Linsly Institute Building dally from
10:30 to 11:30 a. m., whero all new students
can be enrolled and courses of
study arranged.
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> CLOTHIERS.
Our
VU1
ir Sales.
saving that it offers to
leads all others. To
hort, we have closed
jal for 300 dozen Linen
ig make collars, that
fiey Go On Sale Thursday,
ulous Low Prices:::
iRS 25c.
OR A HALF DOLLAR.
; to 18-inch. None sold
in our case on Mar10THIERS,
I Market Streets.
SHOE CO. ?
[INVESTMENT.
:S' AND CHILD'S,
AND YUUln a,
JED SHOES.
50 cents and $1.00 a pair on
you this season's styles and
E COMPANY.
IA STATE FATR. _
W BUT THE NAME."
GREAT
sition and'State Fair,
<g, w. va.,
12, 13 and 14,1900.
ANNIVERSARY.
NIGHT THIS YBRB,
UHHS ;
oil Dorr From All Parts of tho "World.
Twelve Trotting and Pacing Races.
Mercantile "Exhibition.
Thrilling: Chariot Baccs.
aces at>*Iglit.
Midway. Tho German Village.
)>' OF TITE GROUNDS EVERY NIGHT,
ii Secretir/ (or Premlca List or loformstloa.
LAZE OF EXQUISITE SPLENDOR.
GEO. HOOK, Secretary.
TAILED TO HALT.
And a Young Man "Was Shot and
Killed "by a Policeman.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Aug. 2S.-For
falling to halt while earning a box pf
beer through the streets at an enrlr
hour this morning, when ordered to do
so by a policeman, John P. Brady, nsed
20 years, was shot and instantly killed
by one of two policemen who (Ired one
Bhot at Brady and two companion!.
Brady and his two friends had pur*
chased the beer for use at a picnic to
ui; HIu it uiu uww?"
one of the party. On the way they
passed Policemen Charles H. "Wilson
(colored) and George ICenkelen, who ordered
them to halt. The three young
men became frightened, dropped tit
beer and started to run. They
again ordered to stop, the pollccmen
say, and not heeding the officers' warning
of bodily harm, tbe policemen
and Brady fell dead. The two policemen
were placed under arrest.
ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS.
...ALBANY DENTISTS.*
S. B. CALDWELL, Manager.
No. 1036 Mnln St.. Corner Steel Brldl'OVER
DRUG STORE.
Gold Crowns
Bridge Worli.
ulTT^Frffiitr V\*^vwvv*A"1'
GOLD FILLINQS.
^AAA^AAAAA^^
Opto Nights
* and Snods)'5,
PAINTING, GLAZING, ETC^
JAMES McADAMS COLLINS,
Painter, firalner, Glazier, k'alsominer,
Sign Painter and Paper
Hanger.
DEALER IN
Palms, Oils, Varnfshet, GlaJ',
Putty, Enamels, Stains, Bronie'i
Gold I.caf, Gold Paint and a"
grades of Brushes.
ESTIMATES
For old and new wort promptly
furnished.
Telephone 481. 1613 Market Sj

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