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"Weather Torcca ST0NE_& It's Not i BUSY I Carnpt S but we're doing a fine bi just the same. Prices Create and whether you need a not, it will pay you to values: i Heavy All V Extra \r Heavy Union V 6fV the 3^c grad " per yard ... Wool Union nan grade""" per yard Tapestry g Brussels ^ ' Wilton ||| Lowell, Ig Bigelow JSj : STONE& 9= GEO. VL S AT***"* AY Counter jy- On sale to-day, exacl IL of narrow, medium a r T orchon I Med 3,600 yards all tol IThis will sale of L. by this s' entire cc worth mc goodly n School H, Opened-^ and there Iot article: and girls. WE NAME A FEW SHIRTS and W, SHIRT WAISTS MATERIALS for NAZARETH KN1 HOSIERY, UIU8I PENCIL and INi % C THOMAS. st for To-dav?ralr. THOMAS. Our eason, i.1 X-.-.J-t- ri uduitrsft un me iourin iioor i Business, floor covering just now or take advantage of these fool Ingrain Car-] m tiutrb, III i- Ingrain Carpets, Carpets, the ets, 50 rolls of the) /n /ire quality, sold > Miff' /where at 85c 1- j . :s of extra quality] wr 1 new designs, 75 [ I nf. PKIt I fl t/W I ) 1.11UU3C I1U1U, YD, ] jrpets, a large and) nn lection, (0/C ! and Whittal, 5) A A 3ody Brussels | aflB tlio Sl-iir. quality, I V per yanl J ^xminster, the) d?i| of Plush Carlueat$1.75,i-?uj THOMAS.1 NOOK & CO. 5c yet., 1 srorthap to J !9cycLi :ly one hundred styles nd wide J| and 1 ici Laces- j be the most notable HI ACES ever attempted tore?not a yard in the 3 Election but what is ire than 5c yard, and a umber are worth 1 gc yd. as - 1 :'ll be quite a number ; wanted for the boys -? 4ISTS for boys, -J for girls, . J girls' dresses, T DNDERWAISTS, J fELLAS, SCHOOL BAGS, J i TABLETS, etc. ' J KAY BB0THEBS-BH0E3. [Fall || Opening Stylish Shoes. NAY'S have received thotr fall styles of Ladles' and Gentlemen's : Fine Footwear, and their windows are receiving considerable favorable comment on - the attractive stylos displayed. If . It's from Nay's It's stylish and -. up-to-dato?always reliable. , 1317 Market St. ?\c3titelligemrer Onion: SJfl and 27 Fourteenth Stroot. New Advertisements. - ^Vanted?A "White Short Order Cook. Llnsly Institute. . Red Fire?R. II. List .Wanted?Good Boy tor Office Work. Wanted?Intelligent Lady. Wanted?To Buy Second-Hand Sowing Machine. Host 75c Shoulder Braces 4Sc?McFadddn's?Second Page. -Blue. Oxford and Black?Geo. R. Taylor Co.?Fifth Puge. Shorthand, Typewriting and English Branches. School Books?C. H. Qulmby. .Mrs. W. S. Hutchlns. ;Putents and Trade-Marks. Corn Graterp?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons. Chase & Sanborn's Coffee?H. F. Bchrens Co. ?? ?. uciiiiui($a oryun?XjOgun uruK UO. Developing and Printing?W. C. Brown. School Shoes?South Side Shoo Store. Grand Opera House?Brau nig Dramatic Co.?Second Pago. / . ' ; ao.ooo. Wo linvo fitted moro than twenty thousand pairs or SpoctacloA, cIvUikus ii record and experioneo unequalled l>y utiy other optician In Wart Virginia. ^atlKtliotlon guaranteed.. JACOB W. GUUJJB, Optician, Xo. l.'lOdMurkut Street. EUN ON TKOUSEBS. Just close:l out at a great sticrifico 100 mill ends Trouserings, which we will make to order on short notice at the low price of ?5.00 and $8.00. Regular price S8, $9, $10. See north window. C. HESS & SONS, Fashionable Tailors and Furnishers, 1321 and 1323 Market Street. Traffic "Was Delayed. Squire Larue's Court. In Justice J. R. Larue's court yesterday morning, the case of Otto Auber, arrested on a warrant Issued by Howard Reed, charging him with assault and battery, was heard. Aiiber was fined $5 and costs. Aged Widow Dead. Mrs. Caroline Nledemeyer died at her home, at the corner of Thirty-eighth and Eoff streets, yesterday morning shortly after 6 o'clock, of the Infirmities of old age. Deceased was a widow and highly respected. The funeral will take place from her late residence to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, and Interment will occur at Mt. ZIon. The Police Report. Chief of Police . Clemans yesterday completed his report for the month of August, as follows: Number of arrests, 125; white males, 82; colored males, 9; white females, 23; colored females, 11; males sent to city prison, 51; females sent to county jail, 14; fines assessed, 51,024 65; fines collected 5329 75; fines suspended, G; dismissed, 14; paid, 42. The Order of Red Men. Messrs. George W. Harrold ,of Huntington, and T. H. Clay, .of the same city, who represent the Grand Chiefs of the West Virginia Ited Men, are In the city endeavoring to organize an English branch of the order hero, and are meeting with great succcess. The order is one of the oldest nnd strongest in the country, and the promoters should have no trouble in making up the Hat of the charter members. Youthful Thieves. Yesterday afternoon two boys stole surreptitiously up to the front of George Carl's shoe store on South Jacob Btrcet, nnd appropriated two pairs of shoes that were hanging in front of the place. The proprietor caught a glimpse of them as they ran pust the door nnd gave them chaso. The boys led Mr. Carl a lively pace and he overtook them at the La Belle mill. They relinquished the stolen property and the proprietor refused to prosecute the boya on account of their youth. In Clerk Robertson's Office, Yesterday, In Clerk Robertson's offlco, a marriage license was Issued to Charles E. Banks, aged twenty-five, oI Burlington, Kas., and Sallle Wayman, aged twenty-nine, of Slstersvllle. Four deeds ot trust and the following were recorded: Deed made September 1, 1000, by D. J. Crumbacker, to F. W. Breltlnger; consideration, $1: transfers west twothirds of lot SG, on south- side of Eighteenth street. Deed made September 4, 1000, by Eliza Bond, widow, to Joseph Lawson; consideration, $-50; transfers a lot In D. Zane's addition, on the Island. Deed made August 27. 1900, by George P. Hobbs and wife to Hanna h. Robb, widow; consideration, 52.000; transfers west half of lot S3 in D. Zane's addition, Island. THE West Virginia Coal & Icc Company want the public to know that there Is no scarcity of Ice on their part, as they have large contracts that will fully supply the market. They can supply from four to six car loads a day. Cathedral Suits made to order. Knee pants suits $7; long pants suits, $8. D. GUNDLING & CO., 1215 Market Strcot. FAMILY WASHING. Rough Dry Washed, Starchod and Dried o cents per pound. Flat Work, Washed and Ironod, 5 conts per pound. All hand work finished 10 conts por pound. At LUTZ BROS\ Home Steam Laundry. Ocean Steamship Tickets To and from Europe, via all lines, can ho purchased from T. C. Burke, Passenger and Ticket Agent of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, who 1h also agent for the best of all tours?Raymond & Whltcomb ?to the Paris exposition. SCRATCH, scratch, scratch; unablo to attend to bunlncyiH during the day or sleep during the night. Itching piles, horrible plague. Doan'a Ointment cures. Never falls. At any drug store, CO centu.?a !a committee confers with mr. george And With tho Labor People of "Wellsburg, Eegarding Sis Candidacy for tho State Senate. ANOTHER CONFERENCE FRIDAY | When Committee of Wellsburg Peoplo Will Confer With Flint Glass Workers. i - v- , - As stated In yesterday's Intelligencer,' j a committee was appointed by the Ohio j county senatorial conferees to go to Wellsburg Wednesday and confer JvJth Tiff Oomnnl rjnnrfi* reenrfllnir his piindl. dacy for the Republican nomination for state senate. The committee was composed of Messrs. W. T. Otto, W. J. Steen, Samuel Uselton, E. Buckman and George Humphey. Upon their arrival In Wcllsburg yesterday morning, the committee conferred with representatives of some of the labor unions, and of the newly organized Wellsburg Trades Assembly, und It was ascertained that Mr. George has many friends In the ranks of organized labor, who are desirous of seeing him placed on the Republican ticket this fall. The committee called upon Mr. George, and asked him, In the Interest of party success, to withdraw from the race for the state senatorial nomination. Mr. George declined to withdraw, acting on the advice of his friends In Brooke county. The committee represented to Mr. George that there Is disaffection over his candidacy, on account of the claim that he has been on employer of non-union labor. It was finally decided that a committee representing Mr. George and the Wellsburg labor unions would come to "Wheeling to-morrow, and confer with a committee of the Wheeling local unions of the American Flint Glass .Workers' Union. In the event that the Wheeling glassworKers' union committee comes to the conclusion that Mr. Georee has been misrepresented, and is satisfactory to the labor unions, then, It Is understood, the Ohio county conferees to the Wellsburg convention of the day foli lowing will withdraw their opposition to I him. The Wellsburg End. I Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. WELLSBURG, W. Vn., Sept. 5.?A I committee representing the Ohio county senatorial conferees was here yesterday afternoon Interviewing labor leaders concerning Mr. S. George's candidacy. All that they heard was. favorable to Mr. George, and this county Is solid for him. The committee also had a conference with Mr. George, and that gentleman expressed his determination to remain In the race. It Is said all but one of the members of the committee were convinced by the arguments brought to bear upon them. WEBSTER REPUBLICANS Organize a Campaign Club, Which Will Havo 500 Members. Webster district Republicans to the number of seventy-five, met at their headquarters, the Pythian Castle, last night and organized a district Republican club. The following olllcers were i elected: President?Michael Grogan. Vice president?Frank Fleming. Secretary?George W. Bowers. Treasurer?William Ashworth. [ A membership committee consisting of the following was appointed: George I Lowry, Henry Kettler, Daniel - Ryan, Frank'Flemlng, Bailey Frazler, William Brannen, Theo. Schultze. A finance committee ns follows was appointed: George W. Baron, Charles I Heimbright and Charles Earp. ' Those present were very enthusiastic and a series of rousing meetings will be | held during the campaign. The enrollment is expected to reach 500. The club will formally^ open their headquarters ; In Pythian Custle Tuesday, September 11. Bryan This Evening. | "Nyililam Jennings Bryan, the Demo| cratic candidate for President, known to fame as the "Boy orator of the Platte," "the apostle of silver,". etc., speaks in Wheeling to-night, nnd doubtless there will be a tremendous crowd, in which Republicans will be nearly If not quite as numerously represented as the Democrats. Tho speaking will occur from an Improvised stand that has been erected on the wharf, at the water's edge. CoU Bryan will arrive from Parkersburg and Blstersville shortly before 8 o'clock, and will go at once to tho speaking stand. D. H. Taylor Club Rally. To-morrow evening, at Egertcr hall, thero will be a rally of the 1"). II. Tuylor Republican club. After the speaking there will be a business meeting of the . club, at which uniforms fur the inarching dlvisfon will be selected. DON'T delay a minute. Cholera infantum, dysentery diarrhoea eomc ouddenly. Only safe plan Is to have Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry always on hand.?I Excursion to Niagara Tails Via Wheeling & I-ake Erie and GV B. Line steamer, "City of> Erie," Friday, Soptember 14. Fare, 55 00 round trip. Tickets good twelve days. Communicate with S. Sherman, T. P. A., City Bank Building, for pnrtlculora, or 'phone 924. Last excursion of the ?cnson. TV1??n '""I U-..~ thins and everyone, consult us. A daily occurronco i? the surprise shown by th? benefited patient!" nt our ofneo. 13o von have headache? Do your eves water? Do they smart or bum? Does ths print run together when reading? For any trouble of your eyoa consult us. We make glasses at popular prices. Moke a careful examination free or charge. PROF. H. SHEEF, ThoSplontlcio Co,.. Mnln n'na opiu-ijiii...... ifiiovoutu su. ike hub Ready, Boys, Again the Junior army of Young America is rampa ten weeks' holiday. Exp Waists, etc. The boys' cers when they see the gr for their comfort and cov boys. Quality... ' that wins the parents. W not the least bit partlculi in school clothes or they*! the shoulders of our achl for. all the Improvements : to come up after them? ' TO THE SAME OLD PBH the quality that gets ahei don't know just what yoi worth having. Let the si <ing, SEEING WILL BE : ments of the facts are coj School Suits $1.75, $2.< $5.00. Setter ones if you - Pants 50c. Money back on demand one price. All goods mai THE Fourteenth and Market Streets. BAER'S CLOT Perfect Fitting "?r Soffpfi" Qhfino i' *" V- * 1WVI. unupv. Jj^ Trimmed Well Made Well fi At Popular Prices J| Every fig ?B Fair Warranted nnnnHHHHKv THEY MEET THE WARR You may buy a. pair of DUTCH] $2, $2.50, $3, .1 AND WEAR THEM TWO MON1 BUTTON THAT COMES OFF WI IF THEY RIP AT THE WA1STBA CENTS. IF THEY RIP IN THE VAY YOU ONE DOLLAR, OR GIV l^wwvwwvwwvwwvuww. Best in the Woi I PP~E i-/ fl? JL-/ IL Sole Agent. LOCKE S A GOOD SHOE LADIES', MISSES MEN'S, BOYS' TAN COLOR We can save you 25 cents, . these goods, and will give y colors to select from. LOCKE SHOI PAINTING, GLAZING, ETC. JAMES Mc A D A lil S COLL IN Painter, (iraincr, Glazier, Kalsnminer, Sign Painter and l'ap:r uuugw. DEALER IN Palnn, Oils, Varnishes, Glass. Putty, Enamels, Stains, Bronies, Gold Lear, Gold Paint and all grades of Brushes. ESTIMATES For old and new work promptly furnished. Tclcphoae 481. 1613 Market St CLOTHIERS. , Ready. .7$ : ' ' the repubHo'yi ready for school, nt with enthuMasm generated, by , ect a new Suit,' new Hat, Shirts, eyes will stick out as large as sau. eat, high pile' of goodies we've got - ' erlng. It's look* that cnptwcj th? $ M few? * s'ro solid on both flldei. Boys aru or. . You moBt have SOLID WOETH 11 soon como to grief. We stand on oromcnto of lost year, and reached that bad boon made. You won't ha?# WE'VE BSOUGHT THEM DOWN EES?that's how wo progress. It's ad?tho coat stands still. If yon 11 -want, there's everything hero that's took talk to you. If soelng is bellev. BUYING. In this case the argulvinclng. 50, ?2.80, $2.08, $3.50, ?4.00 and want them. Au. Wool Boys' Knes and no questions asked. Strictly :ked in plain figures. HUB, ; Clothiers, HattSrs and Furnishers. hing house. hitehes 3 >ousers t STYLE," MATERIAL' AND FINISH |^JUST WANTS OF ALL. . A MTV* r /\1N I Y SS WOOL TROUSERS at >3.50,44 or $5 . | rHS. FOR'EVERY SUSPENDER WILL PAY YOU TEN CENTS ND WE WILL PAY YOU FIFTY SEAT OR ELSEWHERE WE WILL E YOU A' NEW PAIR. -Id Try a Pair lAERi Twelfth St, HOE CO. " "" INVESTMENT. 5' AND CHILD'S, AND YOUTH'S, ED SHOES. 50 cents ,and 51-00 a pair on 'ou this season's styles and I COMPANY. ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS^ ...albany"dentists... S. B. CALDWELL, Monaiicr. No. 1030 Mnln SC., Corner Steel Hrldjf OVER DRUG STORE. tOold Crown '?4 wv^?ivwwv COLD FILLINGS. Op:n Nls&ts and SiraJ1)7* ' . j'!