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GEO. E. STIFEL <fc CO. __
Geo. E. Sfcife) & Co.
A BIO DAY IN THE GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
To=Day...
About Fifty Dozen.
.Dollar Kid Gloves
58c a pair.
We mean just what we^say, and when you see
*!ie Glove you will know the big value you are get
ting. There are two lines --one a Pique Glove,
which is a little heavier than the regular kid glove,
but is very stylish, having two large clasps and
embroidered Parisian back: just the proper glove
for street use. Comes in biack. white, ox blood
and brown. The other lot is an Embroidered Black
Kid. with four large pearl buttons. These are in
blacks, brown and tan.
25 Dozen
Ladies' Cotton
Hose.*-*.*
These are 50-gauge, black or tan,
high spliced heel and toe—fast colors.
There is many a stocking selling to
day at 50 cents a pair that are very lit
tle if any better than these at
25c a Pair.
So that every one can wear good
black hose we have put in a special of
121*. cent value—stainless black cotton
hose—and the price is for pair for
4 Pair for 25c
SECOND FLOOR.
Twenty-Five Dozen
Shirt Waists
added to the stock the last few days.
NEW DOTTED LAPPET MULLS, OR
GANDIES. DIMITIES and LAWNS.
No old goods in this department this
season—every waist has all of the 1897
style and finish about them.
Prices From 50c Up.
Watch for Sunday Special.
STONE & THOMAS.
4-SPECinL-ft
SATURDAY SALE,
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
a j a mm 500 dozen Ladies' Lawn, Dimity and Organdie Wash
Ay I J Waists, elegant patterns, collars of self or detachable,
•* * ^ ^ qualities away beyond any ever offered at that price.
a , ■■ Superb collection of Ladies’ Lawn and Organdie Waists
At J in the new Foulard Prints, with detachable collars, also
^ ■ vV plain black Lawn Waists. Finer waists at S9c, 9Sc on up
to finest.
Ladies1 Corsets.
Todies’ regular 50c quality Summer Corsets, all sizes, heavily
boned, medium and extra long waist, Saturday at..
The celebrated Dr. Warner’s corded high bust Corsets, extra long
waist, Saturday at.
Separate Skirts.
New arrival of Ladies’ large Figured Mohair, also Novelty
Check Skirts. 41- yards wide, velvet bound, correct hanging
skirts, Saturday at.
Wrappers.
Ladies' Percale Wrappers, elegant variety of patterns, well made,
regular $1.25 value, Saturday at.
:
Ladies’ Gloves.
Ladies’ 4 pearl button or 5-hook Foster's Patent Lace Kid Gloves,
black and colors, special Saturday price per pair.
Hosiery.
5 >0 dozen Ladies’ Fast Color Black Hose, also Fancy Hosiery, and
the new russet shades, ribbed or plain, with high special heels, at..
Ladies’ Stainless Lisle Hose, high spliced heels, tan or black.
Saturday at 3 pair for.„•.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENT?
Some people would give almost
any price for perfect eyesight.
Why didn’t they consult a com
petent Optician in tim3? t
How about your eyes? Don t
know? Our Mr. Ewalt will tell
you free of charge.
Dillon, Wheat & Rancher Co.
co 7k .
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SHIRTWAISTS—Handsomest pattern*.
Ml) GLOVt BARGAIN 75c: worth *l-^o;
• inhrolileml tiu*<s: heat simile*. Sr*.*
CIAL. CHILDREN’S RIBBEJ HOSE; all size*.
15c, worth tT-e. MILLINERY—New pat
tern Mata just in: latest idea*.
SWABACKER, 1061 Main Street.
The,
Other
Piano——
May be good and
it may not. You
run no risk in buy
ing a KRAKAUER.
There is no Piano
made which
pleases purchas
ers more.
F.W.BaumerCo.
1310 Market St.
Don’t miss to see O’Kabe’s Imperial Jap
anese next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at tne
Wheeling Park Casino Admission tree.
SPKINO OPKN1NG OF C. IIKSS A SONS.
We have now on exhibition all the latest
novelties in Suiting?-. Trouseriugs, Fancy
Yesllugs and llvereo.it ings The siyiis'i ap
i pinrHlire, good fit. durability and entire
satisfaction of our garments is our reputa
tion.
l’ric«*s of our Suitings this spring will he
$20.00 and up. Trouserings. $,».ot> and
up. Our Gents’ Furnishing Department is
complete. The best good* at lowest prices.
C. IIKSS & SON’S.
Fashionable Tailors and Gents’ Furnishers,
lygl and 1323 .Market Street.
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SUNDAY AT WIIFKI.ING PARK.
To day t lit- Opera House Hand has a spec
ial music program me. commencing at 2:30,
and tlie Park, with Its new l.iikr Bicycle
excursion Boat, magnlllcent Casino and
many natural attractions, tun gain -d for it
the reputation us the pride of the Ohio
\ alley.
First-class meals and refreshments
served.
W. A K. G, IU R. will make hourly trips
Round trip including admission, 25e.
Special arrangements for Picnics, Balls
and Banquets, consult Col. A. Roll, 33 lif
teentli street, and for Tenpin parties Park
telephone t>47- l.
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A BIG RAINFALL.
The way this joyous month of May Is
starting out, it promises to come well up,
in the matter rainfall, to the phenomenal
record of July. 1S%—UA4 inches. Up to
yesterday there had been 4.13 inches the
present month, distributed as follows:
j?ate. Inches.
1st .510
2d .70
4th .13
9th .20
10th .13
11th . 1-2"
12th .I-07,
13 th .12
14th .30
Total .*-33
This is a very fair start. The total rain
fall for May. 189*3, was 2>0 inches.
JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE.
The seventy-second annual commence
ment of Jefferson Medical College. Phila
delphia. took place at the Academy of
Music, in that city Thursday. The tirst
vice president of the clause, which num
bered one hundred and sixty-two mem
bers, was Robert Hamilton Devine, of
this city. Included In the class were the
following West Virginians: Holla Cam
den. Robert Hudson Ramsey. A. 13.. and
Royal Wescott Thayt r.
CRIMINAL COURT.
Reforo Judge Hugus. yesterday, argu
ments were heard on the demurrer to the
Indictment in the case of State vs. Will
iam Eaton, charged with arson. The court
took time to consider.
The defense claims, among other thir.cs.
that there has really been no preliminary
examination, as the Indictment and war
rant alleges one thing and the facts dis
close another. The defense also called the
attention of the court to an article In yes
terday’s Intelligencer, which did violence
to the proprieties, and the judge remarked
that it was not the province of a news
paper to indulge in the sort of thing pub
lished yesterday.
LOW RATES TO DETROIT.
For the A. A. I & S. W. Convention
at Detroit the Cleveland. Lorain and
Wheeling Railway will sell tickets at
low rates May 17. 18. 19 and 20. Pas
sengers leaving here in the morning
arrive in Detroit at 4:55 p. m., four
hotirs sooner than by other lines. Pas
sengers going via Cleveland and boat
neeti not leave here until afternoon
train. For particulars see O. R. Wood.
T. P. A. office, corner Fourteenth and
Main streets.
CA5T0RIA
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For Infants and Children.
fit
siaila
lipiatan
a *•
NEW CORPORATIONS.
A Big Bunch of-Charters Granted by the
Secretary of State.
' Special to tho Register.
CHARLESTON. W. Va.. May 14.-The
Secretary of State has issued a certiticato
of incorporation to tho Masonic Temple
Association, of Sistersvilie. Tyler county.
XV. Va-. with an authorized capital of
$30,COO. The company is organized for the
purpose of building a Masonic temp.e,
which shall contain store rooms and office
rooms, and which shall be occupied by
the Masonic fraternity as a lodge room.
The incorporators are E. A. Durham, V .
J. Neuschwander, F. D. McCoy, A. C.
Jackson, Charles E. Bailey, Joseph V.
Boyer, M. A. Sybert and G. B. West, all
of Sistersvilie.
Also the Pittsburg and Fairmont Oil
and Gas Company, of Fairmont, W. Va.,
with an authorized capital of $2,000.(X>0.
The incorporators are John GAGould.
John Q. Lovell, C. F. Wilson. F^ Wil
son, A. T. Hill and F. R. Ice. of Fairmont,
and W. H. Cotton, of Dunbar. Pa.
Also the Bell Short Line Telephone Co.,
of Conaway, Tyler county, W. \ a., with
an authorized capital of $8,750. The in
corporators arc J. N. Lazear and R. A.
Martin, of Kidwell, W. Va., R. II. Kid
der and C. M. Mayfield, of Juka. W. Va..
J. C. Mayfield and L. W. Park, of Cona
way, W. Va., II. S. Fndtrwood, E. Elder
and Lewis Ash. of Alvy, Mary E. Wiley.
J. F. Fluharty. D. M. Cunningham and
Lucinda Cunningham, of Ross. W. Va.
Also the Turn Verein Concordia, for the
purpose of promoting athletic sports, mu
sic accomplishments and good fellowship
among the employes of the Seneca Glass
Company and their friends at Morgan
town, W. Va. Authorized capital $10,000.
The incorporators are August Boehler,
Earnest Vorbach, Louis Shield. Leopold
Sigwart and Andy Truog, all of Morgan
town, W. Va.
Also, the Fnion Associative Building
Association So. 2. of Wheeling. W. ^ a.,
with an authorized capital of ?i->0, organ
iz'd for the purpose of encouraging In
dustry. frugality and home building and
saving among its members. The incor
porators are Joseph Ltws.m. Henry 1\
Jones. H. P. McGregor. O. B. Porter, J.
B. McFadden, C, W. Kreiter. J. F. Dick.
Ralph Kline and A. S. Hare, all oi Wheel
ing. W. Va.
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WEST VIRGINIA PENSIONS.
Speeial to the Register.
Washington, May 1G.—The following
West Virginia pensions have been
granted:
Original—Wiliam H. Painter, Island
Branch. Kanawha county.
Increase—William J. Dixon, Ceredo,
Wayne county: William H. Cobb, Clcn
denin, Kanawha County.
Original Widows, etc.—Special, May
7, Bashaba McIntyre, Pine Bluff. Harri
son county: Sarah A. Hill, Seaman,
Roane county.
An increase of pension has been
granted to John Oalliher, Barnesville,
Belmont county. O.
Original—Joseph L. McKinney. Mar
tinsburg. Berkeley county; William
Adkins. Dunns, Mercer county; Boaze
Lauderman, Sheridan. Lincoln county.
Increase—Emanuel Pasco. New Mar
tinsburg, Wetzel county; Richard W.
Weeks. Mason, Mason county; Isaac
Bolyard. Buckhannpn, Upshur county.
Original Widows, etc.—Magdaline
Roach. Ivy. Upshur county; Louisa S.
Hoffman, mother, Morgantown, Mon
ongalia county.
An original per.sion has been granted
to James M. Boyd. Bcllaire. O.. and an
original widow's pension to Elizabeth j
Miller, Steubenvilllllc. O.
HE VL ESI*ATE TRANSFERS.
Deeds Left for Record at Clerk Robertson**
Office. Yesterday,
Dtcd made May 12. isf<7, by the Wheel
ing Park Association to Otio Tyson, for
lots Nos 14. 15. 16 and 17, in Park Grove.
Consideration, $615.
Deed made May 12. Dt»7. by Annie T-.
McClatchey. wife of Charles McClatchey.
to J. W. Careobauer, Tor lot No. 7. in
division “A" of Henderson's addition.
Consideration, $650.
“TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL AND
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION”
AT NASHVILLE, TENN., MAY 1ST
TO OCT. 31 ST. ’97.
For the above Exposition, the B. & O.
will sell excursion tickets from May
1st to Oct. 15th. both season and 20-day
round trip tickets, at reduced ratrs, and
on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each
i week until Oct. 26th. will sell ten-day
round trip tickets at greatly reduced
rates. For rutes, limits, etc., apply to
B. & 0. ticket agents.
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For Best
Telegraphic
Service.
Read.
Sunday Register.
EGGER. WARWICK & CO. _
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
We have taken pains to make this
department one of the attractions of
our house. You will lind h*T< all the
hue-t designs and newest fabric#, be
sides the great line of Staple Dress
Goods.
WHITE S0G33.
Everything that is new. both Domes
tic and Foreign-Persian Lawns, Linen
Lawns, Dotted Swiss, Organdies, Nain
sooks.
lace department.
Xew Goods arriving dally and we are
now '■hewing Val. Laces in White and
Butter; Fancy Cotton Lac< s. Whit.
•mil Butter; Oriental Laces, White and
Butter; machine and hand made Tor
chon.
naSlESY DEPABTJAEHT.
We pride ourselves upon otlr large
stock and at such low prices that will
astonish you.
CUTSETS.
We carry all the popular brands.
Don't fail to ;■• e our line, both in Sum
mer and regular weights.
UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
We are off' ring extra good values In
Men's, Ladies' and Childrens.
KOTiONS.
We always carry a complete and well
assorted line of the best and latest nov
elties. ,
SPECIAL
Dress Ginghams.5c a yard
Shirt Waists...la and 25c
1133 MAIV STICKKr.
*..7.gET YOUR—#
ADMISSION TICKETS
PRUWEB U Til 1
! WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO
PALACE FURNITURE COMPANY.
JUST OPENED!
I
50# ROLLS VERY FINE
Superior in Quality and Design to
any ever shown in the city.
CASH OR EASY TERMS OF CREDIT,
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1115 Main and 1116 Water Streets.
M. J. McFADDEN. _
$2.00 HAT
FOR $1.50.
Thev’re the latest Spring and Sum:r’
oi Stiff Hats—correct in shape-e
quality-silk trimmed—satin lined
Golden Brown. Maple, Black—they 1 \ v
tine and wear as goad as a 53.00 Hat.
►Every Hat Is Union .Made.
M'FHDDSN’S HST ST0RG,
1330 AMU 1333 MAKKET STKEET, WHEELING.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
A large and elegant line of Wall Taper. Room Mouldings, Tile Paper. Li
orusta Walton and other fancy goods for Decorating at such LOW PRICKS
that it will pay you to look over our stock before buying elsewhete.
AN EARLY CALL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
lilQ MAIN STREET.
TYPEWRITERS. _
HANDIEST
HANDSOMEST
| BEST MADE
ON THE MARKET TO-DAY
WRITING ALWAYS.
IN SIGHT OH OPERATOR.
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN OTHER STAHDARD MACHINES.
*p“ltK-< S. J. WHITTEN,
1225 Market Streot, Wheeling, W. Va.
Corrctpomlrncc Solicited. Box *»!>!•. __
EDUCATIONAL.
CUMMER LAW SCHOOL
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At the West Virginia University. All the
1 lW i icultv Instructor.-. Begins June L3d.
’s:.7. ends August 4th. 1S97. For circulars
containing full inf ructions address.
OKEY JOHNSON, lean.
Morgantown. W. Va.
May 4th. 1897 . niy^eb
MONT 3E CHAhiTAL,
NKAK U IIKKI.IN(«. »V. VA..
A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Affording competent Instruction In all
the branches ol higher education. French ,
and Herman taught by native Instructors.
Course ot music, vocal and instrumental,
F tlmt of the best conservatories of Eu
rope. Drawing and Painting. Elocution, )
Calisthenics. Hoard exceptionally good. .
Location unsurpassed for beauty and '
health. Apply to
ocl THE DJRECTRES3. I
PERFORATING,
RULING.
NUMBERING
AND BINDING
...FOR THE TRADE....
♦♦♦♦♦*♦
Country Printer* would <li
to consult u* before
Ins estimate*.
WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING t
I'i'iH .Mitrket St
gOClETY ADDRESS (
With emblems embossed I
be seer, to be appreciate!
pri< es for the asking.
'H EST vim JI MAP 1
GEO. R- TAYLOR Ca_
•£iTHIS WEEK^
.. -at. . -
ft/IONDAY MORNING.
CARDINAL LAWNS, Polka Dot. lust the thing lor ' :
Very nice—come soon. T l#
NEW BLACK SHADOW GRENADINES and Colo
feta Lining Silks.
FRENCH LAWNS with black grounds
SATIN STRIPE ORGANDIES. Match Embroideries
And a fine line of Swiss and Nainsook Edgings, Insertions an
inas. and in this same department New Laces, in Oriental Valle
Irish Point, etc. Also Real Point Gaze and Duchess.
BLACK SILK LACES in real and imitation.
R07TDY TO !a££7TR.
DUCK SUITS. CRASH SUITS.
NOVLLTY SUITS.
Our Suits arc known by their style and fit. New goods arriving c.

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