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Whenever the opportunity offers—that is, when the GREATER STORE has its special sales. The sooner we can distribute the advantages we are able to command am on <>■ o O our patrons, the better. There is no delay, no holding back. This store isn't a “reposi tory," but a “Clearing House" for the best the world produces, and . ' ; tfe Show the Largest Lice of Parlor Suites in the City. A handsome five-piece Par >r Suite, Mahogany finish frame, spring edge, cover ed with Silk Tapestry or Plush, only Get a Start on the Flies and Buy Your Screen Doors Now. We have them in all sizes, with best spring hinges, from . • <""" * ^ NT, ALLOWi.D JUNE 6 1398.' THE “CHILDREN’S DELIGHT” SEE-SAW. Endorsed by physicians as a healthful and harmless amusement. We have them in two sizes. The 7-foot size only . . . $1.87 The 12-foot size only . . . $3.87 THE STAR CURTAIN STRETCHER. No housekeeper can afford tc/be without one* They pay for themselves the tirst AA ^ time used; only. if UU WILL GIVE YOU A For a simple spoken promise that you will pay for it as you can spare the money, Weekly or Monthly. CHSH, A«?c"':v: S34.S5 CASH. GRErDIT. ! A $65.00 Crawford for $10.09 on easy weekly payments. j i I CREDIT. This house is the birthplace and permanent home ov ac commodation, It helps you to a Bicycle or a houseful of Furniture. Your Credit is Good. No Danger. No Heat. No Ashes. No Dirt. No Trouble. Just the Stove yon want for Sun nier Cooling, They never will he cheaper, A One-Burner Gas- 1 QR oline Stove only.... ^ A Two-Burner Gas- (hO QH oline Stove only.... A Three-Burner Gas- (£/ oline Stove only.... . .i^v r*v 42* <vi /IN /1 T Many Virtues of This Old R-sort at Last Appreciated. S lendid Modern Hotel Ha? Been • ctod at the Spriugs, and th > 3 nt Sea? n Will bj the Most table in tha History of the Piace. Vest Virginia has many places for ;>;• lsure seeker; the tired and a. d the invalid, but just now at a i> turned towards Addison, the 'id latest candidate for the pop ftvor of tin appreciating public, use it was used by the ani ,'lom as the healing place for it< creation ages before man v d it. and the latest because o£ :now fn progress that will ■ to commodations for man the l h; can be found. ir does, on tlK Elk river, at ’.fur. of the Lack Fork river, > complete wall of earth, whose r turrets r* ur their heads to ' • f n- • rly 2.0th) foe.; above the ' here a -I there with build it an ideal home for the are looking for an outing; j worked who are looking for r the weary invalid who is »Yspire from pain and to re :e t health. Nature has t. man must do the rest, was founded in rhe early f present century by Addison ; n. fi r whutn the town was ’ d who, when sinking a well J covered the springs that j the town famous. Addison 1 rated iu 1S59. the bill being ; i y Hon. Joseph A. Alderson. j ew law w m into effect in ' • "he war a Republican I.eg- i • ;ngt d the name to Fori Lick. ; ' ' a ? w years 3nd was theu tfc c iginal name of Addi- j posuurii c was always known : Court House until 1S93. 1 - changed to Addison at the i • (f Hon. John D. Alderson. j niber of Co. gress from the rciT sional district. has nia e Addison one oi . ural beauty spots. surround- J mains and on the right bank g b lu iftiI Klk river, and mains tar man to add a few itehes. The salt sulphur patronized by the elk and g before the foot of man left the unbroken forests, and voml by such traditional Daniel Boone. Davy Crock- I ers, who won wont to fol- ’ 'ice* found inhabitants of the their animal hospital camping i n in, its almost inaccessi- j »n. when it took hundreds of : 'i t. in ride to reach the lo- I ' e place vis crowded every j ;i vi> rs all going away ben- j . ■ water. Every ; ? ,i<on the hotels have been taxed to their limit and beyond, by the increas i g number of visitors, and many more wore tin tied away. Seeing the wants of Addison and the preying need of more hotel aoeommo- j dull ms. Mr. M. Newberger. of Parkers burg. organized the Webster Springs i Hotel Company, and they have erected one of the finest hotels in the State. The house is substantially built cf wood, is three and one-half stories high, and has a foundation measure ment of 124 feet by 80 feet in depth, w ith one hundred sleeping rooms. The office, parlors, billiard room and dining room are all on the first floor, and are i handsomely finished in the native woods of Webster county. The hotel j has all the modern improvements, elec- j trie call hells, bath rooms on every floor, lavatories, etc., that p to make comfortable the life of its guests. Th pleasure seeker will find plenty The pleasure seeker will find plenty of amusement on the ball grounds, the bicycle track, the tennis a.d croquet grounds, and boating on the Elk river. Walks and rustic ; benches are being built along the bank , of the river. i : lie not- l iurnisnmgs are an ui uie latest pattern and fully up to date in | every particular, making it in every sense a summer hotel of the period, j Mr. Newberger, assisted by a compe- i teat hotel man. will give the hotel his j personal attention, making double as- I surance that the comfort of guests will be assidously looked after and that ; nothing will tie left undone that will i make pleasant the stay of all who J choose to come* within the doors of the Webster Springs Hotel. The fishing in this vicinity is good, and there is afforded plenty of excite ment in the shape of bear and deer ; hunting, with other small game ia sea- i son. For the Investor or the actual resi- • dent Addison presents many attrac- • tions. there being plenty of timber and i ccal ia the vicinity, and with the new | railroad soon to be built, the transpor tation facilities will be of the \ei> bc-t At present the passengers are taken bv hack from Cowen, and all railroads sell tickets which land the traveler ia Addison. Just now the ride to Addison is os beautiful a* one can imagine. The blue grass valley that extends from Clarksburg to Weston is clothed in its an ual suit of beautiful green, and the winds frbm Weston to the south is one ever changing panorama of nature's greatest granduer. At Cowen one is transferred to haf ks After a refreshing night at the Summit House, one is taken overland to Addison, the route the entire distance being through one vast bed of wild flowers. . The Webster springs uuici wm ■ its doors to the public June 15th. and . v ;ij be under the direct management of Mr Xi v.'berger. assisted by a competent j,rtei force, thus insuring the best of, •u mu ion to their guests. For health j or for pleasure, for recreation or for; • g and fishing, n > place offers ad vantages superior to Addison. The formal date for opening the beau- i tiful t ew b«el is 15th. but al- ! ready many guests are arriving, and the season promises to be a very successful one. Arrangements for a change ot time have been made on the Wes, 1 ii" i cinia and Pit sburg railroad, by which people can leave Wheeling in the morn ing. and ho at the hotel for supper the same evening, and low rates of fare will be secured over the Baltimore and Ohio j ami all West Virginia railroads during the summer. There is no better place on earth for the treatment of those who are afflict ed with the liquor, morphine, cocaine or tobacco habits and nervous affec tions than at Addison. It is quiet and away from those one is accustomed to meet, and in addition to a permanent cure the waters are of great physical benefit.- The treatment given is of a vegetable nature, containing nc gold or strychnine, and is graded to suit each case, that no possible injury can come from the treatment. Many patients have been treated here, and not a sin gle case has returned to their former habits, and every cure is a glowing testimonial of its worth. The physic ian in charge is a well known West Virginian, and numbers among his ft tends the best people in the Stale. Three weeks is the length of time taken in giving the treatment. SISTERS VILLE. SISTERSVTLLE. V. Va.. May lb— Charles Gibb Carter, attorney for the Carter Oil Company, who has been In tlie city for the past week, returned to bis home in Titusville this afternoon. P. A. Shapor. George Work and C. C. McCormick went out to Elk Fork this morning to look after some business mat ters they are each interested in. Rev. Ownby, of St Marys, was hero yesterday on business. IT. M. Stansberry, civil engineer for the Carter Oil Company, left last evening with hi- corps of men for points in Rit chie county, where they will do some surveying. Miss Annie Elder, who has been visit ing in the East for the past two weeks, returned home last evening. W. H. Burns, local manager of the Na tional Supply Company, went to Park ersburg this morning on company busi ness. Dr. G. Wells spent the r.ight with his parents at Ben's Run Dob Reakes, the well known wrestler, who has been In thi city for the past week, left this morning for Mannirgton. Mrs. G. E. Work, who has been visiting her parents in Bellaire. has returned home. Mr. G. Chapman, president of the Chap r n thicker P.od Company, returned to his home in Titusville thi afternoon after a short business visit here. Mr. M. G. Tyler, of Spilman. is in the city in the interests of tlie Camden Clay Company, a new plant recently built at Camden on the Ghlo. for the manufacture of tine brick and tiling. The benefit given the Monarch Lodge No. 91. K. of P.. last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Labadie. prominent theatri cal people, with the assistance of Edgar Hennig, John Shanahan. Philip Young- j man. Dave White, win wcsdiii. imu: Fnlck and A. Linna Henr.ig. of Wheeling. ( was an auspicuous performance, and was j listened to by a crowded house. The piny j \vhi-'h th<y produced was Damon and Pythias. Especial credit is due Miss A. I,;nr.n llcnnig. for the masterly manner in which she played her character. The earnings of the affair are for the benefit of the above named lodge, and quite a snug little sum was raised. Mr and Mrs. J. F. l»olan went up to their farm, near P.'.dens’ Valley, to spend a ft w days, to breathe some good fresh country air. T j Campbell went to Wheeling this afternoon to get a steam yacht which he purchased there, and will float it here to night. rlias. Fieett went down the road this afternoon in the interests of his company. W. L. Hurd, of Marietta, returned to his home on the noon train after a day’s busi ness visit in tlie city. Chus. W. Grier, the- well known drug gist. returned from a business trip to Wheeling this afternoon. BELLA IRE. George W. Williams, of Pipe Creek, is under arrest, charged with counter feiting. llis arrest is due to charges brought by Robert Mason, who is also under arrest for the same offense. Con stable Hazel made the arrest Thursday on a warrant sworn out by R. G. Mc Gauffy and a hearing is set for Tues day before Squire Mason. How soon will that council commit tee get to work at the numbering busi ness so that Belliare may be reported as being fully equipped to receive free delivery? Billy Schramm, the grocer, is getting , quite tidy about Bis home ami is giv ing it a new coat of paint and fixing . things up in fine style. The Memorial day committee of Spangler post are pretty busy now making arrangements for Memorial day. They have made arrangements with Rev. Walden to preach a memor ial sermon for them on the evening of May 30 in the Christian church and all old soldiers, sailors and marines are cordially invited. J. II. Beard, of Belmont, was In the city Friday and dined at the Windsor. J. W. Magers, of New Martinsville, W. Ya„ and John Carlisle, of St. Clairs ville. took in our city yesterday and put i up at the Hotel Anderson. A. B. Minemeyer. a student from the i Allegheney Theological seminary, was seeing friends in Bellaire Friday. Jerry Roach, one of the B. & 0. offi cials, was in thp eitv yesterday. Charles Wassman went fishing yes terday morning and returned with a fine string of bass. Ed Allum has arcepted the agency for the Mount Hope nurseries of New York. Richard Heslop is able to get out again after his tumble out of a buggy. The district convention of the Knights of St. John will take place at Marietta on May 31 and a parade will he one cf the features. The Bellaire knights will go down and take an ac tive part. Hackett's band will play at the lav ing of the corner stone of the St. Mi chael's Catholic church at Etlgington’s I lane on May 30. They will accompany j the Wheeling and Bernard divisions of the A. O. H. ! The Epworth league of the South Bellaire church will meet ! uesday e\- j eniug and reorganize and elect officers ! for the ensuing year. All interested are invited. . , , Officer Lvnskey is sick ana Alike | O’Neal has been filling his station. Mike Welsh has returned to his home on Gravel Hill. He has been working in a glass house in Zanesville for some i time. , . Bellaire musicians are popular anil successful. They are called for all about in the surrounding towns. 1 he K. of P. orchestra will furnish the music for the | St Clairsville commencement. Mis Prances Shanefelt. who has beer j sick for the last month or more, is now much better. W S Richardson, wife and two sons, of Clarington. are visiting here. Miss Lizzie Brown, a very pleasant voung lady from Pairmount, \\. \ a., is visiting in the 1 hird ward. Mrs. Krebo paid quite a lengthy visit w'th h°r son John on Rose Hill, hut has returned to her home at Newark. On a red liot x^y day Hires ^ Root beer -E? J& stands be- ^ ( tween you 'y///hl and the dis- ' tressing ef- ' / feets cf the heat. HiUFS Koofijeer coois uie diouu, tones the stom ach, invigorates the body fully satisfies the thirst. A delicious,spark - 1 i n g, temperance clrink of the high est medicinal value. Male only by The Char'.ea L. Hlrci Co , Phil*. A parkayr mat ' S calloos. told every# litre. Established Reputation. The buying of a bicycle is a matter of serious importance. All your pleasure in cycling depends on your choice. In choosing the Crescent you run no risk. The unanimous tes timony of Crescent purchasers _70,000 of them in ico6— should convince you that Cres cent quality has'no superior. We have demonstrated that hirrh -grade bicycles can bo made and sold at m 550 WESTERN WHEEL WORKS. Factory, Chicago. CATALOGUE FREE. AGENTS EVERYWHERE. I PCMohmU-H* En*lliih Planjo^i EMNYROYAL PILLS Original a rfl • iry tarn nine. •arc alwaya r»!r.;.: LAOirs a Drurci't ft»r CXirkster* A ;li*k Dl L«m»cfl?ra»i / in lle«J and Gold met*! ItelM. 'kicd «■.!>' ribi- • Tnl In# other. BefHMt dar.gm • at.fpiri* I .ions and tm\:Uiont. A» Drofjp*r«. < r e nd 4a in «t.\cir« fbr particular* t •. r -HaJ« arl j •• Relief for F,n'l!e«/* in f'Jfc-r. It return Mall. 10.000 rr-Utaoolalt Urn*'*r. SoM bj *11 Loo! fHIUDi-.I’A- , NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THOSE REMARKS n(] those ' xpri five pjesturc? of no proval which \vc notice at our soua fountain convinces ti** that our SODA WATER IS JUST RIGHT. II - n ■ ir efforts to dispense ti e lint -t beycra'--3 i:i town are considered. It’s .1 simple plenty ol let ter co ness and the lines t fruit juices for taste. JOHN COL6MHN, t.iuO CIIAIXIXE STREET. apllTu.Th.Sat.de_ DOLLARS • SAVED are dollars made. Well, that is what Jacob Good Is doing for tbo pi lit m 1 nun no t<> *1 :,n ,,n cvi+y p. r <>f Shoes he sells them. H- you do not bi a- v»; it. come to our .-tore ami we will prove it to you that w are mont y-savi ra (or th- peop • • The goods We bought from the large shot inanuf.mtur of Thomsis &• t'o. uiv arriv ing daily, ami the handsome-st lln that was - v r In this - Ity. it Is r<ally a sham* ie v • we . re selling ih m, but wt havt tlu r< m, so wt are giving the p. oj.|.. til. 1* n. tit. Well hero is some of you; i...11 - and g< nth mt n rt m mber at d * latest tors, which you buy - . J. Good at fl jo. which is rally worth $3 'jo .mi fl t». *-• vou buy elsewhere at fl Vt are ip: worth but so cents. As I told you before, of we buy Sho-s for Slid tint man M r manut’actur co.-t is f2 ■'> on the sau.e ■ v., s< :i for ;i 50. Cents' rihet - in hlack. In ill or th- .at-si to« -. which arc really worth "" and H no, we will sell for fl A and also In tan. chocolate, oxblood, regular goods, W. will fill at fie" I.ldi' a Fine Kid Shoes in all of th- i*-.ptilar t , i in lilmk. regular $•'! < 0 goods. w- f* II ** Jl 50. Also oxblood tan. the :'cttiai value of which is S3 00, we wiU wallop *1 Misses' Shoes in biacl oxblood. running from 8 tt 2. Cl Ud n Shot i in tan and hla/!:. which ;it> worth *1 A wo will sill for .» an! 73 cent-. Al.-o .-0no thing about o r Clothing depar.nient. it is chucked full of 1 anrain--. Ha Iat . spring i lothes in til ol the shades, we will Offer for the m xt un day. m f- A will. W. will give you a guarante- w,:tt this suit, as tlu manufacturer gi'- \ 11 a gunrant- ro be-!: up < verwSuit I Hoys’11 Suits for « A r gt.h.r ?:<»«•• tl.r-t-’ tine all-v.u l I-.t„l:-h * -rh-ci * S-iit which is worth f■- 0" and $15 wo will offer for th- next ten days at $. ■«. It I? natural for people to say "H -• inti-t sell goods at that price.” W< II. \\- boup at the'e goods under the hammer. At hat w* mean bv ur.d-r the L n;-r •• thls-lt b <• forced .-alo. Also about our Hat we pat - merit. Wo are off-ring tbo bigg-M bat ga .ns in Hats Hi it you - v. r h. ird A'l of the leading .-tyln in soft -ut-i < •! Hats that are r- ally worth 12 00 and ♦- • v. will sell Umm &4 li 25. \« ■ - ill hj * n*»,>ut 800 pair Slippers left which w- wail close out at 50 and 75 cents, that ara jj • : ing you for post favor and i » tlnua. -i of th am I am yours. JACOB GOOD. 1135 Market St., Wli «*' ng i R SALE w ; nbie. Addrcts or cal. oa West > a. I rat ing Co.