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Wheeling register. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1878-1935, April 19, 1897, Image 8

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GEO. E. STIFEL^A CO. __
Qeo. E. 5tife! & Co.
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;ine special
Japanese ■“ sale,
mattings
one week.
This is our first real MATTING SALE, al
though we have been selling roll after roll foi
the past year. We are now going to give
Wheeling people and their neighbors the great
est STRAW MATTING VALUES EVER OF
FERED in this city. There are many kinds
of matting; there will possibly be imitators ot
this sale, who have just as good (?)—'they say.
BUT—to be convinced come and examine our pile.
Four Hundred Pieces===
===About 16,000 Yards.
Note the qualities, fineness of straw and hemp or Cot
ton Chain; how tight or how loose is it woven, &c. This
won’t show in the paper, but will on the tloor.
8 styles fancy oriental col
orings, good quality hemp
Chain Matting, a regular
12 i-2C article, at - - 71*c
6 designs fancy double
dyed 8o count hemp warp,
close woven Matting, worth
i;c, at ----- 11c
20 stvles extra quality joint
less straw 280 count cotton
warp, worth 30c, at - 19c
10 patterns in natural straw
flowered and dyed designs,
cotton or hemp chain, worth
25c, at ----- 16c
i; styles in 240 cotton
warp, Diamond Block, and
Mottled patterns, double
dved, a good value,
for - 22c j
1; patterns in heavy cot- j
ton warp, very finely woven
Mattings, won’t break, being
very pliable, at - - 29c
Also big assortments in the
! best grades, none better, at
35, 39, and 43 and 63c,
that are worth from >o to
i7>c.
This sale opens Monday morning at 8 o’clock on third floor. While
in don't miss the specials in Rugs and Druggets.
i j
bTONE A THOMAS. _ ^
•♦••PLACE ON SALE-?
100 pieces 1 t-inch wide All - Wool Imported Covert
Cloths, in the Xew Tan, Gray, Xew Blue and Brown
Mixtures,
At 59c Per Yard.
20 pieces -t t-inch wide Drab De Ete, in the Xew
Greens, ileiiotrope, Browns and Blues,
99c Per Yard.
50 pieces 38-inch silk finish brocaded Mohair*
39c Per Yard.
10 pieces Xew Grenadine Brocaded Taffeta Silks,
rich colorings,.
At $1.25 Per Yard.
RIBBONS!
100 pieces Xo. 10 heavy Taffetta and Moire Rib- |Q^
bons at per yard..
100 pieces Xo. 80 rich Taffeta and Moire Ribbons, JZsy
also Figured Taffeta Ribbons, at (per yard) - ,
lace CURTAIIVS.
500 pieces Nottingham Swiss and Irish Point iO |
Lace Curtains, worth up to $4 per pair, at %p£«zrO
A China Chance a! $10.81.
Extra tine premium American Dinner Sets of 100
pieces, in the new spring shape, decorated with
small pink aurmour with delicate green spray, en
ameled on best quality pure white body: exact re
production of Haviland's latest success.
_
Some people would give almost
any price for perfect eyesight.
Why didn’t they consult a com
petent Optician in time?
How about your eves? Don’t
know? Our Mr. Ewalt will tell
you free of charge.
Dillon, Wheat & Hancher Co.
NOTICE!
PLAITING
Of all kinds done on short notire, In
Chiffons. Silks. l>re-»* Goods, or al
most anv other material.
CHIFFONS,
Plain and Embroidered, in all the
new shades and patterns,
PLAITED CHIFFONS,
tfiMncb, •l.oo.
MILLINERY,
The most Stylish.
LOU SWABACKER,
1001 Main Street.
DON'T YOU DO IT!
Don't you buy some other
piano before you have seen
the
New
Style
Ludwigs.
These pianos are making
buyers open their eyes, and
when they get their eyes
wide open they buy the
Ludwig.
F.W.BaumerCo.
1310 Market St.. Sole Agent*.
Iiii0 ^cc^xcr.
A , . All desirable tlats.
Alabastine. ready tor use by
mlzlb*U,cold«t«ri(riLgoN&SON_
——
1 For Fine Bleached
'^Qc yara Table Linen Rem
GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
----o—
AMUSEMENTS.
Coming Attractions Hooked for the Local
Playhouse*.
OR WD OPERA HOUSE-One solid
w ■ k. beginning to-night, the Mims. h>p
11 OPERA HOUSE -To-r.ight. VVash-J* ff.
GIia uni Banjo club: Tuesday. Ajtenh ini
benefit com. rt: Thursday. De Pasquail
Grand Opera Company. ^
CARROLL CLUB Al DITOlUL.u 10
night. “Our American Cousin.
A refreshing novelty after the flood of
lurid melodrama, putrid society dramas
and stale farces, is the engagement of the
Flints and Miss Ada St. Claire, the phe
nomenal contralto, at the Grand Opera
House, commencing Monday, April 19th.
for six performances only. There is .v
fascination about these weird entertain
ments. an entrancing delight, as refresh
ing ag , spice-laden June breeze. All en
joy them: many laugh who have ne\er
laughed before. Business cares vanish,
physical troubles are forgotten, and all the
spectators give themselves tip to the de
light of an entertainment which is at once
instructive and amusing, ever refined,
and free from all traces of vulgarity. On
Monday night one lady will be admitted
free with every paid reserve stat ticket.
Manager Reister announces ns the at
traction at the Opera House Thursday
night the De Pasquail Grand Opera Com
pany. who will produce “Cavalcria Rus*
tlcana" and an act each of “Martha" and
"Faust." Of Rlgnorina Malanda uar
berinl, the prlma dor.na contralto, ex
changes say: “Young, beautlftil and tal
ented. with a voice of unusually tine qual
ity. which has l»cen trained In the best
schools of this and her native country.
Signorina Barberini will admirably per
form the contralto roles of the company’s
repertoire.”
"She sang ’O rr.io Fernando’ with en
ormous success, and was obliged to re
spond with an encore."—St. Louis Post.
“Her success was great. Her voice is
beautiful and clear."—St. Louis Globe
Democrat.
The Wash-Jeff Glee. Banjo and Mandolin
Clubs will give a concert at the Opera
House this evening, and the advance sale
of si ats indicates that they will be greeted
by a large and fashionable audience. A
number of prominent society ladles are
patronesses of the affair. The programme
embraces some very tuneful selections,
and the well earned reputation of the
clubs justifies the promise of an evening
of rare musical enjoyment.
All arrangements have been completed
for the production of "Our American
Cousin" by the Carroll Dramatic Club to
night. The last rehearsal will be he’d this
afternoon, under tha direction of Mr. A.
T. Ray. Nearly every reserved chair has
been marked off the diagram, but there
are still a few choice scats left. The pre
sentation of the drama promises to bo
very artistic. The cast of characters was
published in t'^/Sunday Regisb r. and in
eludes some of the he«t amateur dramatic
talent in the city. The music will he fur
nished by the Opera House orchestra, and
the stage will be in charge of Mr. Rich
ardson.
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9, Ladies’ Fabric Gloves,
L j. til* worth more than double.
GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
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Lightning Hot Drops—
What a Funny Name!
Very True, hut It Kill* All Pain.
Sold Everywhere. Every Day—
Without Relief, There is No Par! 1
Wm. Stewart Grows Despondent and
Walks Into the River.
His Body Found Early Yesterday
Mornin? at the Mouth of Cald
well’s Run by a Party on His way
to Church—Leaves a Wife und
Seven Children—Bid Them All
Goodbye, Saying That He Would
Never See Them Again-Des
pondent Because He Could Not
Get Work.
About half-past six o'clock yesterc]^
morning a West Wheeling man by he
name of Bbeling. while coming across the
river to go to early church on this side
found the body of a man floating in th
river about three or four feet trom the
shore, just above the mouth of Caldwells
run. , _,
He brought the body to the shore and
notified Coroner Schultze of his discover}.
A few minutes afterward the bank was
crowded with people. Coroner Schultze
examined the body and found it to l»o
that of William Stewart, a well known
bricklayer, who lives at the head of
Twelfth street. ^
The body was removed to Frank
Schroeder’s undertaking establishment,
on South Chapllne street, where an inquest
was held by the Coroner y> sterday after
noon. The body was in an excellent state
of preservation, and it was the opinion of
the undertaker, physician and Coroner
that it had. not btvn in the water more
than two or three hours.
A friend of the family who was present
at the inquest gave evidence that proved (
pretty conclusively that the deceased died
by committing suicide. He stated that
Stewart, while a good workman, had been
out of work all winter ana nuu
very despondent and had started to drink
ing. He is not supposed, however, to have
been drinking just previous to his death.
For several months he has tried to get
work, and has made several trips to get
work elsewhere. His family were in sore
straits, and he went to Pittsburg recently
to make a final attempt to get work, but
failed, and returned home on Saturday
very down-hearted. His wife states that
he was more down-hearted than usual,
and shortly after midnight left home, after
bidding her and the children all good-bye.
telling them that they would never sec
him again.
His wife supposed that he intended to
leave on another trip, and did not attach,
particular importance to his statement.
Stewart was a Scotchman, about forty
years of age. He has been living in this
country about seven years, and leaves a
wife an<l seven children In very poor cir
cumstances. He was a member of tho
local bricklayers' union, and from a card
found in his clothes is supposed to be a
member of tho Ohio Valley Renefit Asso
ciation. Coroner Schultz* did not finish
his inquest until last evening. It was
thought at first that Stewart’s death may
have been due to an accident, caused by
attempting to jump a freight train, and to
have roiled down over the hank. Bruises
were found under the left eye. which
looked like the imprint of a person's fist,
but there is no plausible evidence that
Stewart came to his death except by de
liberately drowning himseif. If he hail
fallen from a train, his body would have
be* n bruised, as the bank whore ho was
found is very steep and covered with sharp
rocks.
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Don’t fail to hear the W. & J. boys at
Opera House on the 20th. They will
assure you a good concert.
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Sashes, doors, blinds, ready mixed
paints, brushes, glass, etc.
Yv\ A. WILSON & SON,
1215 Main street.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BEAUTIFUL!
Mahoganv finished or Solid Oak
Parlor Stand, with under shelf
and turned legs, only. u/''
EGGE3. WARWICK & CO.__
SILKS FOR DRESSES!
SILKS FOR WAISTS!
Wo have received a fine line of the
above goods, and we place some of
the choicest goods before our cus
tomers at prices remarkable for
their moderation. It is to your in
terest to see them, and after seeing
them you will buy them. N’< v» r be
fore did we display such an array of
beautiful Silks for Waists.
Novelty Dress Goods!
Beautiful presentations in splen
did varieties. The stock is particu
larly bright: values are greater
* that ever before, and money can be
saved at every turn. The public
expect great values these days, and
our prices art evid nccs ol
tty.
LACE CURTAINS AND CURTAIN MA
TERIAL
in great variety and at greatly re
duced prices for tlie balance of tho
month.
Our low prices on Domestics are
good during the whole day and in
unlimited quantity, as we do not
engage in funny business.
1138 MAIN STREET.
O. N. KOEN. Pres. JOHN APPLEGATE.
T. F. KOEN, Vice Pres. GEO. G. CIIRISTI.:i;i;
HOMER R. KOEN, Sec. and Treas.
SPECIAL SALE!
. Monday and Tuesday, April (9th and 20th.
EA large polished finished Anti,:
Oak or Mahogany Saddle Sea:
Rocker. Cash houses get $2.2; 1
for the same.
A quarter sawed Oak or Maher- 1
any, polish finish, Parlor TabC, ,
24x24 in. top. Same Table, brr s
feet, $1.75.
h A five piece over stuffed Par- <
J lor Suite.
CHSH OR CREDITS
PALACE • FURNITURE • CO,
1115 Main and 1116 Water Streets.
JOHN FRIECEL & CO _
'^WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A large and elegant line of Wall Paper, Room Mouldin
Paper, Lincrusta Walton and other fancy goods fo
orating at such LOW PRICES that it will pay you
look over our stock befcro buying elsewhere
AN EARLY CAAL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Our large and elegant line of Dinner
Ware, and at such prices that you can
buy a set of 100 pieses, nicely decorat
ed, from $0.50 on up.
A full line of Chamber Sets at all
prices, large assortment of Glassware,
Fancy China, Bouquet Holders, and
Ornaments of all kinds.
1 Silver Ware in Kniv
Spoons, Ladles, Bask< '•. W
Our Lamp Departr
in all lines, Banquet, 1.
Lamps, and others, <•'> a,
I Burners, Chimneys and \ .
1119 MAIN STREET.
M. J. McFADDEN. _~_
EASTER HATS! CORRECT STYLES.
AlpIneSoft Hats—tlipcorrp •tshnpr—
plejrant tiuallty—colors Ulack or *>olu- I
eu Brown— I
FOR ONLY 98 CENTS.
McFADDEN’S
: :: ■ - . ■ ■, litjr—i j
| Blacii nr ■4-nit tinlU' n Crnn ii.
> FOR ONLY $1.50.
HAT STORE,
1350 AND 13VS MARKET STRIII- Will 1 ! IN>
TYPEWRITERS._
HANDIEST
HANDSOMEST
BEST MADE
) OS THE MARKET TO
WRITING ALWAYS.
IN SIGHT OF OPi !> ! R.
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN OTHER STANDARD E'A'.'-USJ.
A""n,:-S S. J. WHITTEN,
1225 Market Streot, Wheelin g W. ' L
Correspondence Solicited. Ilox 500, _
TALKING ABOUT CENTEMERI KID GLOVES.
Having secured the agency for this celebrated make of K !
this city, we can supply you with any kind, color or size you n
same price charged at headquarters in New York. Not nectss
anything about the fit of these gloves, for it is generally known :
perfect. Price for the 5-button, colored, plain stitching and la: -
is $1.35; black and embroidered cost a littie more.
MOURNING GOODS. KM'ISAS l
and experience in selling them has taught us that our tra ' •
PRIESTLEY'S manufacture in nearly all cases, which induces
choice line of
NUN'S VEILING, with woven border, 42x72 and 42x50.
SILK WARP HENRIETTA CLOTH,
SILK WARP EUDORA CLOTH,
SILK WARP MELROSE CLOTH.
ALL-WOOL NUN'S VEILING,
SILK WARP MARCELLITA,
NUN'S VEILING for Veils,
All Priestley's goods are jet black. Whether you come ; *
a friend to make the selection, you are sure to get the best r; a..
PriCeS* ' o./.DT
NEW TAILOR-MADE DRESSES AND DRESS SKirt^*
OPENING THIS WEEK-: '

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