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RIBBONS!
RIBBONS!
RIBBONS!
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Oar Ribbons Are Cheaper
Thousands of yards, from the tiny
Baby Ribbon to the wide.cash Rib
bons, in Solid Colors and Fancy, in
Moire, Gauze, Louizine, Satin, Taf
feta etc. Tie Ribbons, from i to
2 inches, in checks, stripes and
plaids. Beltings, in solid colors
and novelties. For bows, sashes
and trimming the assortment is the
most complete. In all widths. To
match the new Wash Fabrics.
Than Elsewhere
And the Quality Is the Best..
UMBRELLAS.
Special lines in Colored and Black Umbrellas, all light and
tight rolling, being made with steel rod
and Paragon frame.
An elegant Twilled Gloria Umbrella with
QOr*—Dresden knob handle, while at SI-98, S2..-.0
v-/52.69 and upward to $10.00 we show an un
excelled array in wood, pearl, Dresden, silver and gold
mounted handles.
Of Linen, Pongee and
w w _ _ l'affeta Silk, from $1.00 up.
New line of Children’s Colored Parasols.
LIGHT PARASOLS
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TO CLEHN-#
Carpets, sks? Rugs and Chenille Curtains.
Use JEWEL SOAP. It cleans more, does better work and
will not injure the materials. Wre also have H. & H. Carpet
Soap. Price Jewel, kc; H. & H., ia^c a cake.
FRIDAY,
Usual, Bargain Day, and Every
Item An Opportunity.
150 White Fur Rugs, the kind you usually pay $2.00 for, choice at
ino dozen Ladies’ Ribbed. Sleeveless Vests, Friday, each.
Five laics FMnch Unbleached Sheeting Friday per yard.4^
...$1.45
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50c
...7c
16c
36-lnch Bleached Muslin.
4 ) pairs fine Nottingham Lace Curtains. 3 yards long. 40 inches
r | 8tJ W, Fnday fWf? pair.
Ladies Black and Tan Leather Belts with nickel plated harness
buckles, at.
M>n’s Ribbed Summer Weight Underwear, value 25c, at.
200 pieces best American Light Prints, Friday per yard at.
Lot : Men's Navy Blue and Black Woolen Sweaters that sold up
t ) $2.50. choice Friday at.
About 25 Misses' slightly mussed Shin Waists that sold at 50e. 75c.
y at.. .
..2]c
98c
27c
9-4 Seamless Unbleached Sheeting. Friday at.
14-Foot Lace Curtain Stretchers, with easel.
Tt>:. dozen Men's Dark Cheviot Working Shirts, the 25c kind. Fri
day at.
Tinseled Japanese Stand Covers. 25c value, Friday at.
5> ' separate pieces Lace Curtains. 3^ yards long, from 1 to 6 of a
kind, values up to $2. Friday per strip.
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$1.19
.... 1 ~c
....13c
...49c
Lot of Children’s Fancy Colored Parasols, choice Friday.
About five dozen Boys’ Cheviot and Outing Cloth Waists, 25c
value, Friday at.
2 1 pi< oes Aden's Red and White and Blue and White Foulard
Prints, Friday per yard..
45x36 Bleached Hemmed Pillow Cases. Friday at .
File. Rope. Twist and Grecian Wash Silks. Friday per skein..,. ,
Best k! - VO finish Lining Cambrics, all colors. Friday a yard.
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16c
•5c
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' lgate’s Octagon Laundry Soap per cake.
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Sixteen-ounce Cotton Mops, Friday at
22C
Udell Folding Clothes Bars 65c. S. & T. Special Brooms 19c. Globe Crimp
Wash Boards 7c.
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NE/V AD/ERT SEMENTv
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WE W ANT YOU TO VISIT OL’R
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 & Hancher Co,
GRADUATES.
DRESS GOODS—Handsome White
China, Florentine. .Japanese Silks.
WHITE BROCADED Silks and
Satins.
ORGANDIES. Swisses. I'arlg Mus
lins. Dimities, etc., with Trim
mings to match.
OI K CELEBRATED India Linens
1 •> l-2e: worth 30c.
kid GLOVES, long lengths. Dress
ed and Undressed.
WHITE FANS, large variety.
Will I E HOSE. Silk and Cottou.
WHITE RIBBONS, cheap
MILLINERY, the very lat*st.
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411 *il.35. ft> 1.50, *>1.75 and *3.00 Hats
OO FOR 90 CENTS,
Friday and Saturday Only. This Line
embraces all Stlt,*. Alpine, Cul>an and >traw
Ilats in store i all early and secure sizes.
Remember:—After Saturday Ilats will be
sold at regular prices.
WILL HI TM AN, 1311 Market St.
Popular Priced Hatter and Furnisher.
WATER RENTS ARE DUE.
Water rents for the six months end
ing September 30, 1897, are now ready.
If paid on or before June 30, 1897, a dis
count of 10 per cent will be allowed.
THE CITY IVATER BOARD.
BENWOOD.
Mrs. Lizzie Clemans and Miss Eva
Edwards spent yesterday on the
Moundsville camp grounds.
Mrs. Amanda Morgan has moved to
the Moundsville camp grounds for the
summer.
•Mrs. John Raftband, of Pittsburg, is
visiting in town.
Miss Mary Pauli, of Benwood, and
Wm. Walker, of Bellaire, were mar
ried yesterday.
Mrs. Carrie Newton has received her
official appointment as postmistress.
Miss Carrie Quidland and friend, of
Steubenville, were the guests of Ben
wood friends yesterday.
A sad and quite sudden death cc tur
red in Benwood yesterday. Miss Ida
Bowers, daughter of Alonzo Bowers,
died about one o’clock yesterday after
noon after an illness of only a few
hours. Her death was caused by an
abscess of the brain. She was out the
evening before and was taken sudden
ly ill only about three o’clock yester
day morning. The deceased was a
handsome and highly popular young
lady and was one of the members of
the graduating class of the public
school last year. Her funeral will oc
cur Sunday.
The lower plate mill resumed yes
terday morning
The Cecelia Frau Vereln will give a
picnic at Whiteman’s grove Saturday.
The Benwood division of the A. 0.
H. attended the picnic given at Mozart
Park by the Mullen division yestcr
day.
The infant child of John McCarthy
was buried at Mt. Calvary cemetery
yesterday morning.
The St. John’s Commandery, No. 2*1,
have five candidates for initiation next
Sunday afternoon. This society is in
a flourishing condition and its mem
bership is being largely increased.
A large audience of people attended
the entertainment given last nicht by
j the scholars of the l pper Benwood
j school.
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EXCURSIONS TO PITTSBURG
1 Via Pennsylvania Lines June 12th, 13th
and 14th.
Low rate account Jr. 0. U. A. M.
National Council open to all. For de
tails applv to Pennsylvania Line Tic ket
Agent, J. G. Tomlinson, or J. _Ba;lie,
Ticket Agents. Wheeling. 7.9,11
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GREAT CLEARIMi SALK OF SIIIKTS
Ail 91.00 and S1.25 Shirt* In stiff and
soft Itosom* VI hlte and I olored. (io for
75 cents. Friday and Saturday Only. 75c,
75c, 75c. ' WII.L (il TMAN,
1311 Market street,
l’opular Priced flatter and Furnisher.
Lightning Hot Drops—
What a Funnv Name!
Very True, Irut It Kills All Pain.
Sold Everywhere. Every Day—
Without Relief, There is No Pav!
notes of the b. & 0.
Receivers Cowen and Murray, of the
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, say that a
consolidation of the B. & O. and the
B. & O. Southwestern is an impossi
bility under present conditions. The
former road is in the hands of the
United States Court, while the B. & O.
Southwestern has a separate organiza
tion and is not in the hands of recei\
ers. Consolidation could only be ef
fected by both lines being on the same
basis and by the consent of all the
bondholders. The consolidation step
has not even been considered by the
B. & 0. people.
'Thirty years ago the B. & 0. bought
steel rails in England at a cost of Su
per ton in gold. Some of this rail is
still in use on short branches and is in
marvelously good condition. It is
pear-shaped and was intended for use
with wooden splices.
It is probable that in the near future,
every employe of the B. & O. will have
a distinctive uniform. Train men are
now neatly attired, but the Receivers
desire that each employe have either a
badge, cap or suit that will identify
him as a B. & 0. man.
The B. & O. is about to erect new
passenger and freight stations at ( on
nellsville, Pa., and rebuild the shops.
The present structures have been in
use for over forty years.
The Zanesville car shops of the B. &
O. are running full time on passengei
equipment, as all of the cars west of
the river are to get the distincti\e
Royal Blue. Compressed air is exten
sively used at these shops.
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SMALL TALK.
j Minor Matters of Interest Hrlelly and Pith
lly Told.
I —The funeral of Patrick Barrett, of
1 Bellaire, took place yesterday morning,
I the remains being interred at Mr. Cal
j vary cemetery. The local glasa^uik
ers union attended in a body, many
walking from the Central glass works
to Bellaire and back.
—A terrific bicycle collision occurred
on South Chapline street Wednesday
night between a young man and young
lady. The girl’s wheel was badly dam
aged, likewise her head. The young
man also suffered severe injuries and
both parties picked up the piec.cs of
their wheels and returned home cn the
street car.
ABOUT PEOPLE.
Mrs. Eo£f. of Moundsville, is visiting
at Geo. H. Ebeling’s, on South Market
street.
Mrs. Charles Menkemeller. of the
South Side, is visiting her parents in
Barnesville. Ohio.
Jame# Gilligan and bride, nee O'Brien,
who were married at Zanesville, \\ ed
nesday, have gone to housekeeping on
South Chapline street.
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MONONGAHELA RIVER RAILROAD
COMPANY.
Monongah. W. Va.. May 24th, 1S97.
To All Agents and the Public:
Commenring June 1st. the Monon
gahela River Railroad Company will
sell round trip summer excursion tick
ets to Webster Springs, W. Va.. and re
turn. The location of Webster Springs
is sixteen miles from Cowen, \V . \ 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
pie accommodations will be afforded
for a large attendance.
Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept snth.
inclusive, and good returning until Oct.
31st, 1897.
RATES.
$8 40 Enterprise . .
t S "OShinnston .’. .
' S 10 Lumber port. .
, 7 ST> Clark.
7 80Farnum ....
H. G. BOWLES
J.‘a! FICKINGER. Gcn'l Supt
V. P. & Gen’l Mgr.
Fairmont . .
Watson . . .
Monongah . .
Worthington
Hutchinson .
Approved:
7 r,n
7 45
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Owing to the backward season our
Summer Goods!
Consisting of white poods of eVery
description,
SHIRT whists,
entirely too large and only one
month left before 4th of July. \\*e
tire determined to move them fast
in that short a space if low prices
do it. as we will from now on
otter them at
KEDUCTION OF 25 PER CENT.
Lace.Curtains
and Curtain material in great vari
ety here and at lower prices than
elsewhere.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR*.•{£•
For everybody in all styles, sizes,
weights and quality.
Shirt Waists to close at 25 cts^
113Z MAIN VIKEKT.
WE’VE GOT ’EM!
Legal Blanks of everv descrin
tion. Fine paps*. Just what
vou want
WEST YfRGINIA PRINTING CO
\V heeling, \V. V»
KLOTHING—KRAUS BROS.
SERGE SUITS
Make ihe most comfortable as well
as the most genteel of Summer
Suits, and are always in style.
OUR ASSORTMENT'
this season of Serge is larger and bet
ter than ever. We have them made
up in every conceivable way. Lined,
half lined and skeleton—either in silk
I or Italian.
Prices range $3.0C
$10.00 and $12.00.
WHEELING’S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE. 1319 MARKET STREET.
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I NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
We have removed from our former location. 1116 cast
side Main street, to 1117 west side Main street, next
building to John Friedel & Co., where we are better
prepared,with increased facilities,to serve our patrons.
LOUIS BERTSCHY, "“ffiW
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M. J. McFADDEN.
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35c BaSbriggan !!
Underwear for 25c.!!
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Thfv’rv- polngr very fast, but we expect
ed that—for a plance shows they arc the
extra tine quality of r<al Balhrijrffan ail **
made- with patent finished seams—ov. ry
piece is correct in size— tits perfect—w... Ai
«ood—keeps soft after washing and w I
not shrink—nil sizes of shirts and draw, is Al
from 30 to 44.
McfIM’S • SKIRT • STORE, jj
13*2 Market Street, Wheeling.
JOHN FRIEDEL &. CO.
CLEARING OUT SALE!
a large line or SPECIAL papers
AT HALF PRICE.
The Largest and Best Variety ot 5-Cent Papers in the City. Fifty Oil
ferent Patterns.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO
,HE that works EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY.” CLEAN HOUSE V/l.H
TYPEWRITERS.
THE NEW FRANKLIN
HANDIEST
HANDSOMEST
BEST MADE
) ON THE MARKET TO-DAY.
WRITING ALWAYS.
IN SIGHT OF OPERA T* ^
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25 PER CERT. CHEAPER THAN OTHER STANDARD MACHINES.
AIIUKKSS S. J. WHITTEN.
1225 Market Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
Correapondenco Solicited. Kox _ _
GEO. R- TAYLOR CO.
R. TSVLOR CO
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THIS WEEK’S BARGAIN
BLACK OSTRICH BOAS MARKED DOWN.
8.00 Boas Marked Down to.
10.00 Boas Marked Down to.
13.00 Boas Marked Down to.
16.00 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 style;
ed down to . . |2* C3I1IS.
LAWN WRAPPERS marked d, •
SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK.
GEO. R. TAYLOR COHP/V

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