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‘•The Fasso” Corset Fill a long felt want. Light weight, durable and perfect form. It commends itself to every lady; being so shaped and staved the slender, medium, fleshy person has perfect ease when wear ing them. “The basso” will be found in black, drab and white, in all sizes and trades, in cur Corset Department. Pr .es $5.75 to $10.00 each. Fifty Pieces Colored DRESS GOODS, v$, 39 and 42 inches wide at 25: Yard. These very cheap goods in many instanc s are exact reproductions of the finer imported goods, and to the inexperienced eye can not be t-id from them. They are seven shades of handsome changeable suiting, all shades in Jaq uards. checks, natte and Scotch mixtures. « 25c. Forty and Forty-Two inch W OOL SUITINGS In tresst 1 or basket weave. Scotci. novelties and figured patterns in a great variety. ai 43c. Cyclists’ Favorite is COVERT, \ 52-inch wool cloth that is very tightly woven and is dust proof tl,l as • isily brushed as gossamer i otb very lady, tourist, cyclist or others, should possess a suit of it. k5s a tard. Hundreds of pieces in black and , clt s eqnatlv as cheap as the above 7 >. C. Sac, 95c, $1.35 up to $2.50 a yard. PARASOLS. Our n w line for misses and chil dren. in connection with ladies' pla u and fancy parasols in white a i colors are attracting much at tention. Prices, 6. c tip. SHiRT WAISTS. Of course every lady wears them and wants the best she can get for the money. They can be bought at other stores, but we hardly think | you can get style, quality and lit in such abundance as we oftei. 48 CENTS. A small price, but for it we can give you a waist as handsome in i appearance as many higher priced . ones, only the material is not so , sheer and fine. I 7> CENTS. An elegant variety in fine lawn, made with detachable collars, either > of white linen or of lawn same as j waist. Many dollar waists are no better than these. 98 CENTS. These are MADE OF DIMITY and as far as real merit is concerned I could be sold at $1.25 as easily as at our price—9Sc. There are up- | wards of fifty different styles in these, while at $1.25. $1.4S, $1.75, $2.25 and up to $5.00 each, we show hundreds of styles in lappet, organ die and dimity, in all colors. THE INVISIBLE SKIRT SUPPORTER. Holds the waist down and the skirt up. There's no separation at the belt. Easily adjusted, and does a wav with all belt pins. JEWELRY. Waist sets, sleeve buttons, collar buttons, belt pins, chatelaine bag tops, cuff pins, jeweled belts, purses, etc., etc., in gold, silver, enamelled and jet. MORE NEW SILKS. Attractive styles at wonderfully low prices. k>5 piers ( heck and Plaid Silks, beautiful new and late *ts, suit ible for \\ aistsor Dresses, would be a bargain at 50c, your choice this week at per yard 10 pieces White Wash Habutai Silks, appropriate for uating dresses, -3 inch wide at. 21 inch wide at. 30 inch wide at. White Figured India, China and Habutai Silks at 40c, t">0e, (jo and. 39c grad 390 49c 59c 73c IPHOLSTE^ DEPARTMENT. Just the proper season now for Summer Draperies. Elegant new assortments of Embroidered Swiss Sash Muslins, just the thing for cottage draperies at yd The new Art Denims and Burlapse, the latest novel ty for cushion covers and draperies, at per yard BAMBOO PORCH CURTAINS. 25c 19c I |»u\ them now as you may not be able to secure them later on. Complete with cord and pulleys at. 250 pairs Beal White Irish Point Fine Notting ham and real Brussels Lace Curtains, values that have never been shown less than $5.00, this week your choice at. IN THE BASEMENT STORE. Dinner Wuics. Exceptional Bargains for Monday. 1 • 7 ^ £ 1 qn ^ P*ece I^diner Sets,natural flor $ 2U* i O iUl v* ai decoration and gold edges. TOILET SETS. E emit new 12 piece Toilet Sets with large slop d*/: QO *" j;>r, elaborate dower and gold decorations,at.. Well worth $2.00 more than we ask. Clipper Lawn Mowers, 14-inch blades, 22c. Lubber Hose at 8 l-2e, 11 l-2e, loc per foot. Ice Cream Freezers $1.35, $1.02 and $2.05. Hammocks, all styles, all prices, all colors, 65c, PSc, $1.49 Screen Do os, all sizes, 59c, fixtures complete 13c. m T/ NTp jp* We extend a cordial invitation to the ladies to visit our 1 } I H New Reception Room on the Second Floor. Writing ma-' i v a terial will be found here, also all the late periodicals. It s the a.m of this store not only to make your visit here profitable but en joyable in every respect. NEW AD/ERTISEMENT?. WE WANT YOU TO VISIT OUR OPTICAL DEPARTMENT, Where you can consult Mr. H. W. Ewalt about your eyes free of charge. If you do not need glasses he will tell you so. Dillon, Wheat 4 Handler Co, GRADUATES. DRESS GOODS—Handsome White Chilis, Florentine. .Japanese Silks. WHITE BROCADED Silks and ORGANDIES. Swisses, Paris Mus lius. Dimities, etc., with Trim ming* to match. OI K I'EUIhkJATED India Linens 1'* i-2c: worth 30c. KID GI.OVES, long lengths. Dress' c<i and Undressed. WHITE FANS, large variety. Will |'K HOSE. Silk and Cotton. WHITE RIBBONS, cheap .MILLINERY, the very lat«st. LOUSWABACKER 1001 MAIN ST. t E The Buckhannon Of West Virginia has re cently bought a second Ludwig Piano of us. after having used one for daily practice for two years. What could speak better for the durability of the Ludwig? F.W.BaumerCo. Seminary 2310 Market street iflfljttlintj ilinjtstrr. FOR THE HOT WEATHER. .A complete liu« of Serjjen, Pin Checks ami t lievlot Miitin^s anti 1 rowscriugs inatle to order. Suiting)! 8*20.000 and up. 1'rowneriugs si.lw and up. Our reputa tion is a guarantee for elegance in lit ami workmanship. Italhiiggau, Merino and I.ight Wool In derwear and Hosiery it specialty. Agents for the celebrated Klghmlc W hlte S . rt. Price 81.00. t u.l Hue of t o.ored Shirts, as large as 20 nee* and 60 body, at 50c and up. C. UPSs & SON’S, Fashionable Tailors and Gents' Furnishers, 1321 and 1323 Market Street. WATER RENTS ARE DI E. Water rents for the six months end ing September 30, 1S97, are now ready. If paid on or before June 3u, 1897, a dis count of 10 per cent will be allowed. THE CITY WATER BOARD. FUNERAL OF MARTIN MULROY. The remains of Martin Mulroy, the deceased night watchman at the Bel mont blast furnace, were buried at Mt. Calvary cemetery yesterday morning. Services were held at the house, and requiem mass at St. Joseph's Cathe dral. The Pal*e division of the A. 0. H.. of which the deceased was a mem ber, were present at the funeral in a body. Their floral tribute was a harp design of pink and white roses, with the words. “Our Brother” and “A. 0. H.“ The funeral services were con ducted by Rev. Father Harris. FUNERAL OF THE LATE DENNIS O’KEEFFE. The funeral of the late Dennis O’Keeffe took place yesterday morning from No. 88 Eighteenth street, and was very largely attended, among those present being many members of the Bar of the county. The services were at St. Joseph's Cathedral, where Father Move officiated. The pall-bear ers were Messrs. M. J. O'Kane, T. S. Riley, Martin Thornton. James Divine, Anthony Manley and John Myles. The j interment was at Mt. Calvery. LOW RATES TO PITTSBURG. June 12th. 13th and 14th. da Pennsyl vania Lines, account Jr. O. 1 . A. M. National Council. Excursion tickets sold to all applicants on dates men tioned. For particulars apply to J. G. Tomlinson or J. A. Bailie, ticketagents, Wheeling. 5-8-12. MONONGAHElITr I YE R RAILROAD COMPANY. Monongah, W. Ya.. May 24th. 1897. To All Agents and the Public: Commencing June 1st. the Monon gahela River Railroad Company will sell round trip summer excursion tirk ets to Webster Springs. W. \ a., and re turn. The location of Webster Springs is sixteen miles from Cowen, W. \ a. Tickets are printed to read via Cowen. and hack line between Cowen and Webster Springs, though if passengers holding Webster Springs tickets de sire to visit Camden-on-Gauley, these tickets will be honored for passage from Cowen to Camden-on-Gauley and return without extra charge. The new commodious hotel, contain ing sixty guest rooms, will be opened about June 15th. after which time am ple accommodations will be afforded for a large attendance. Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept. 3dth. inclusive, and good returning until Oct. 31st, 1S97. RATES. Fairmont . . . .*S 40Enterprise . . .>7 “ Watson . . . „ * ... Mo non era h . . . . S in I.umhorport. . . 7 ir. Worthington . . ~ *-'»Clark.7 2" Hutchinson ... 7 SOFarnum., 10 Approved: H. G. BOW LES, J. A. FICKINGER. Gen'l Supt. V. P. & Gen’l Mgr. CASTOHIA. Tie fie* liBils !j w *7«T i more reductions. The Blast Furnace Employes of the Belmont JVIill. Numbering About 125 Men, will Have Their Wa?es Reduced Next Monday-0> her Em ployes Went Out on a Strike Yes terday. _ The strike at the Belmont, which was anticipated in Sunday s Register, went into effect yesterday morning at the same time the reduction took ef fect. With the exception of four heat ers. a roller and two helpers, all of the employes affected by the reduction are out on a strike, and claim that they will remain out until their wages are restored. The management, however, started up the mill yesterday morning as usual, employing new men and run ning short handed. Some of the la borers about the mill who were asked to take the strikers’ jobs and refused, were discharged About thirty men are affected by the ten per cent, cut made. The reduction made in the rollers' wages is not known exactly, except that the night roller is reduced from $5 to $4 a day; heaters, from 35 to 30 cents a ton; helpers of heaters, from $2 to $1.80 a ton; catchers, 14V& to cents a ten; shove-unders. 20 to 37 cents a ton; hook-up, 8 to 7 cents a ton: roughers, from $3 to $2.70 a day; puddler ovens, $2 to $1.75 a ton. The men who are out against the reduction do not feel very kindly to ward those who have accepted their jobs. The blast furnace men will also be reduced ten per rent., the reduction to take effect next Monday. The blast furnace employes, numbering about 125 men. will be reduced 30 cents a day. SUPREME COURT OF APPEALS. The lliisinoss Transacted Hefore This Tribunal Yesterday. Sommerville v. Rector & Co., from Taylor county; writ of error allowed; bond, $100. Williams v. County Court of Marshall county; petition for writ of error re fused. Farnsworth & Pollock v. Ratcliff et al., from Upshur county; petition for appeal refused. Knowlton v. Campbell, from Tyler county; writ of error and supersedeas allowed: bond, $G00. Kennedy v. Board.of Education: upon a petition for mandamus; continued until September term. P. A. Shanor was admitted to prac tice upon motion by C. T. Caldwell. Adjourned until 10 a. m. ISLAND PEOPLE TO MEET To Take Some Decisive Action Kouarding the School Trouble Over There. In a day or two a call will be issued by leading and influential citizens of the Island for a mass meeting to inves tigate into the public school difficulty over there, and the disposition of a majority of the Commissioners to in sist upon the removal of Princip.il Stevenson, who has had charge of the school for the past twenty-seven years. It is the idea of the citizens to get at the real bottom of the trouble, mean while asking the Board of Education to suspend action until the truth can be fully known. REAL, ESTATE n:\NSTEUS. Deed A Left for Record :»t Clerk Robertson’ Ollit-e. Vesterday. Deed made March 29. 1S97, by Gar rick P. Wayman and wife and others to David Wall, for a piece of land in Ritchie district. Consideration, $-90. J 0 U A. M. PARADE—PITTS BURG. The Ft. & O. R. R. will sell excur sion tickets to Pittsburg, account of the parade of the Junior Order Amer ican Mechanics, from Morgantown, Connellsville, Wheeling and intermedi ate ticket stations, for all trains of June 16. valid for return passage until June 17 at one single fare for the round trip, except that no rate shall be less than twenty-five cents. __ SAENGERBUND FESTIVAL—PHIL ADELPHIA. The B & O. will sell tickets from all points on its lines east of Ohio river. ' all trains June 19 to 23. inclusive. ..din for return passage until June 26. inclu sive. at rate of one single fare for the round trip. For further information, call on nearest B. , EGGER. war dCK & CO. Owing to the backward season our stock of Summer Goods! Consisting of white goods of every description. SHIRT whists, is entirely too large and only one rionth left before 4th of July. We ,'rr determined to move them fast that short a space if low prices wilt do it. as we will from now on offer them at A KkOUCIION OF 25 PER CENT. Lace.Curtains and Curtain material in great vari ety he re and at lower prices titan I elsewhere. UMMER UNDERWEAR.•&. For «>vervbodv in alt styles, sizes, weights and quality. Shirt Waists to close at 25 cts. [ 1142 MAUI sUiltr. palace furniture company A large, strong, well made and well finished As good as others sell at $2.50. A complete line of Summer goods, including REFRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES, GAS and GASOLINE STOVES, LAWN BENCHES, LAWN CHAIRS, WATER FILTERS, WATER COOLERS HAMMOCKS, Etc CASH or CREDIT | 1115 MAIN, 1116 WATER STREET. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO. CLEARING OUT SALE! \ LA ROC LINE OF SPECIAL PAPERS AT HALF PRICE. The Largest and Best Variety of 5-Cent Papers in the City. Fifty Dif ferent Patterns. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO. M. J. McFADDEN. SSSdi.d'ts S^caljf Price Z < Boys’ 50c Straw Hats for 25c. Hen’s 50c Straw Hats for 2oc. Hen’s $1.00 Straw Hals 48c. Men's $1.50 Straw Hats 75c. 1 McFADDEN’S HAT STORE, 1320 and 1322 Market Street, Wheeling. GAS • STOVES.' FLY FANS. REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, SCREEN DOORS. SCREEN WINDOWS. SCREEN WIRE. a i. asm m. 1210 MAIN ST. WANTED—PURCHASERS FOR Blank House Leases. Oil L-uses. For Hint Card*,, For Sale Card.-, and Rooms tor Kent Cards. Call at Register Office. lyTETROPOLlTAX IK)T 1!I T. A. HENAGHAN, Prop. N. W. Corner Main and Twentieth .—.v. WHKKUXti, U . W Cafe and liar attached. my1!|i>*1' Stock Certificates Lithographed in 33 design, carried in stock continua ly. In two and three col ors. Suitable tor any bus iness. IOO for s -t.r><» 200 •* 0.50 ftOO •• 10,00 Above prices include print ing, numbering, pertorat injz and binding. WEST VA. PRINTING CO., Whekuxu, W. 1 v. TYPEWRITERS. THE HEW FRANKLIH SISSBks, TVPFWR Tfl BEST MADE | | | L!! 1 L ON THE MARKET TO-DAY. WRITING ALWAYS. IN SIGHT OF OPHRAT' 25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN OTHER STANDARD MACHIHtS. A""KESi S. J. WHITTEN. 1225 Market Street, Wheeling, W. Vx I'orrMpoiiflpnro Solicited. Hoi ODD. _ - GEO. R- TAYLOR CO. GEO. R. TBVLOR GO. THIS WEEK'S BARGAINS. black ostrich boas marked down. $ 8.00 Boas Marked Down to. $10.00 Boas Marked Down to. 13.00 Boas Marked Down to. 10.00 Boas Marked Down to. SUMMER UNDERWEAR, ladies' and Children’s. Lisle. Gauze and Sikl. in all grades aud sizes. SUMMER HOSIERY. Lisle and Cotton, fast black and leather color. Com plete line in both colors. SUMMER CORSETS. PRINTED DIMITIES, fine styles. ed down to . . jfji ggJJtS. LAWN WRAPPERS marked d SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK. GEO. R. TAYLOR COMPANY.