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ALL DAY TIME SALE-THE LEADER. _.
sirs Fries, THE LEADER, 1020 Main Slreei.
lae Only One Price Cloak. Notion. Furnishing Goods and Dry
Goods Store in the City. MONDAY TIME SALE.
the roquM of many of our patrons
ive co-med a Dry Goods Depwt
which will be conducted on the
principle of all out- departments.
v.. sfRi i 'TLY OWE PRICE. To-mor
.v w M witness another all-day time
. which will crowd our store with
;t"d of eager buyers. Read each
. carefully and attend every sale.
; ;t ')M 8 TO 9 A. M.—6.000 yds elegant
Browro Muslin, worth 7c yd. at JVic.
!... :i • istomer limited to 10 yds. No
orders taken: must come in person.
FROM 9 TO 10 A. M.—240 Drab and
Wh.Trregular 50c Corpus at 25c. Bach
customer limited to one: no orders ta
2,0V1 pairs Black and Colored 4-pearl
button Kid (.Moves, worth $1.00. at 45c.
Each customer 1 united to one pair.
FROM 10 TO 11 A. M.—100 do*. Ladies*
U gnntfleecy-lined Ribbed Vests, fell
ed seams, worth 50o. at 25c each.
25 doz. Children’s cotton ribbed Union
Stilts, worth 50c. at 25c.
500 pasSrs the latest Horn Bang Combs at
l'».\ 50 doz. Hair Curiers at 3c each.
Mourning Pins lc box. Patent Niekle
Safety I*!ns. all sizes. 4c paper. Pat
en* Hook and Eye 5c card. Silk ltuf
fled Elastic 12c yd. 100 doz. soiled
very tine .all-linen, plain, embroider
ed and hemmed Handkerchiefs, worth
"■ c, 35 and 25c, choice of lot 19c each.
11 TO 12 O’CLOCK.—3.000 pair Ladies
full regular, fast black. Hermsdorf
Hose, worth 25c, at 12 pair.
50 doz. Indies' extra fine gauze Hose,
fast black, worth 50e pair, at 25c, or 6
pair in box for $1.25.
luO doz. Ladies’ seamless, fleece-lined
Hose, worth 25c, at 124c- 50 doz.
Children’s heavy, double heel and toe
Fleece Hose, 6 to 94. an elegant school
Hose, worth 35c. at 17c pair. 25 doz.
Gents' pure spun Silk Half Hose at
19c. Each customer limited to two
pairs.
FROM 12 TO 1 O’CLOCK—25 doz. ele
gant dark double print Chintz Wrap
pers at $1.00 each. 100 All-Wool light
weight Capes at 98c. 100 doz. Ladles’
fine Cloth Waists, worth $2.00, at 98c.
FROM 1 TO 2 O’CLOCK.—500 elegant
Head Rests, worth 25c. at 12o. 100
fine hand-painted Silk Throws at 25c.
FROM 2 TO 3 O’CLOCK.—100 doz. 40
inch fringed Huck Towels at 12%c
each.
FROM 3 TO 4 O’CLOCK —Cloak De
partment: 200 heavy double Capes
$1.9$. 100 heavy double Capes, fur
trimmed, $2.98. 200 fine Plnsh Capes
$4.98. 50 heavy Cloth Coots $2.98.
FROM 1 TO 5 O’CLOCK—250 fine 10-4
blankets, worth $2.00, a: 98c. 100 All
Wool Country Blankets . full size, red,
barred and white, worth $5.00, at
$2.98.
tWY GOODS-_
Ml. JACKETS. ‘IS1
Our stock is complete with everything
that is new. stylish and desirable. Take
intelligent advice and buy your garments
early In orde^^get choke.
NOVE.TY AND STAPLE
Dress Goods!
Pr»« Good* and Silk* haw always
1 >•'•'11 our hobby and am not over
ir yet *>ur line* are large anil varied
at *i»eclal low price* for a few day*.
Weather l* a little warm, but win
ter w ill eu**n t*c here aud our stock of
WNTeR
. . . QOODSj
t* all la. therefore do not delay, and
bu> tmw. Dou'.t forget that we ai
wuy * have
' ■^•CURTAIN ENDSi<$
Which very few *torea hove.
EGGER, WARRICK & CO
lia-l MAIN STREET. |
Cloaks and Dress Goods
»lr indly displayed in Quality, Style
a id Elegance it low prices.
'THE CHANCE ot your lifetime i
I now, to come and look at our
handsome line ot Tailor-Made bkirts
and Nobby bilk Waists, and our
i luttfui collect of Cloak*. Capes.
I irs and Jackets, all stylish, all
gr ind, all usetul, and at a price so
small as to be within the reach of all. ;
UfE cordially invite you to call and j
verify our statement.
l»ry Ueod* utnl A Irnik llou*c.
1104 MAIN 9TRBET.
Wheeling, W. Va.
£H1AS. P. HAMILTON,
ARCHITECT,
- WITH -
J A.IIOI.LIl»AT*W?l.
\\ l.eeliui:. Went Virginia
JK YOU DESIRE
rl. wt the t> st system o! Heating and Ven
tilation buy the
BKitlUK HOT VIK FI KNACK.
Heaters repaired Tin Knotting and Spout
lBe ,i ~i«oehilt v JOS'. ' IXiLFK. JR.,
tele^ V.ae 033. 2130 Main Street.
\\rlIFFLI N(. STAINED GLASS
▼ » VtOKAS ANU UKOKATINu CORHANV.
Late of Tlflan\ Glass t o Office and show,
rooms 1321 Main street Factory 1211 and
121 Main str.sn. Wheeling. W. Va, Tele
phone 858. F. O. Hot 443.
.i- Illustrated Catalogue* 31.00 each.
_BOOTS AND SHOES._
(TS _
THE TRINITY OF QUALITIES
In Shoes, which shou'd guide
us when a new pair we do
choose, is style, wearing, qual
ity and price. These require
ments will be found to be ful
ly met in out $3 Shoes for
Ladies and Men.
O'KANE & CO.,
1113 MAIN ST.
Something You Want.
We will give you low
prices on Wall Paper for
the next few days. Call
early and get Bargains.
JOHN FRIEDEL SCO,
1119 Main Street.
SOAP! SOAP!
FAIRBANKS
SANTA CLAUSE - S3.25 Box
OUR OWN
WHITE PLUME - S3.35 Box.
WHEELER & METZNER,
FINK GKOCKKS.
Northeast Cor Eleventh ami Market Sts.
OIL LEASES two~™*s
FOR SALE AT
REGISTER OFFICE.
5 cts. Each or 50 cts. Per Dozen.
iify-Loarfvi. printed to order onehort notice.
WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO.,
1225 AND 1227 MARkET STREET.
UNDERWEAR-GEO. M. SNOOK A CO.
SHORT .1 ACKKTS
1; r< h in ! smooth weaves. The
,. -i w th ineOs« fullness to upper
I»>r i- i »xtreme snugnesa of tit
t il l s
Are so very swell this season that they
w.4\ achieved instantaneous recognl
n:( 1LC
And Champagne (tints of yellowl and
p. (rl Gray Ktd Gloves with heavy
Mack stitching.
Feather Boas and Trimmings.
Till \I.\V llkH'STITCHKO
v . rseilles IS. 1 Spreads as compared
K. .r„ stvK - show a large percent
;,<t. of cakn in prettiness.
r»i» vm>"
Ci tent automatic Pocket book. A lady
. an take change out of th:s book with
cloved hand at pertect ease. ioc to
life.
CII \MKI EON SII.KS
For waists. Chameleon Velvets for
tr minings. Chameleon Dress Goods.
Chameleon Garnitures.
THU NEW K->r
Stiffening for dresses. It's forty Inches
wide, n ide of a coarse linen cord the
thl k-:e« of ordinary wrapping twine,
with meshes nearly one-eighth of an
Inch apart.
“PI I KTTK.
The i . w rainproof Serge.
HKKilir PI Allis
For small dresses and large waists.
STAMP* l» 1*0A I IKS.
All sties in the new ‘‘Empire.” "Me
dallion' and “Jewel” desl *ns. B. &
A s complete line of Embroidering
Silks.
«THK AITOMATIC
Swimming Prog.” Lots of fun for the
little folks—and big ones too.
Geo. M. Snook & Co,
DEALER6 IN NEW THINGS.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
n MENDEL & CO.,
\JT« 1134 MAIN STREET.
Funeral Directors.
PROMPT ATTENTION DAY OR NIGHT
Store Telephone. No. 49. G. Ed. Mendel a
iaidenceT'elephone^^oclUrfS^
JBTjrrlmt} 'Urgbirr.
WHEELING PARK.
The finest pletuiure resort In the Ohio \ al
loy will be open every day during summer.
Special attractions for Sunday Concert at
3:30 p. in. by the Opera House Orchestra.
Refreshments, Ice Cream and Meals
served to orderat any time.
shady Walks, Flower Reds and Green
Lawns.
The Park Casino and Terrace.
Trains will leave on the Wheeling and
Elm Grove Railroad every hour.
Round trip 33c. Including admission to
the Park.
Arrangements for Picnics, Parties. Danc
ing, etc., can be made by calling on or ad
dressing V. Rolf. No. 33 Fifteenth street,
the Park or Elm Grove Motor Office,and
for Rom ling Parties, telephone Park. Tele
phone Nos. 047-4. _
II MEIjniilS.
Jepworth’s Budget of Gossip About
Athletic Contests.
Ball Games Here at the End of the
Season—The Big Prize Fight, and
Other Fistic Contests-Tho W inter
the Bowling Tournaments—Other
Matters.
The management of the Wheeling
base ball club has taken the prelimin
ary steps toward arranging for a series
of games between Wheeling players
and National League clubs at the end
of the season. Probably no communi
ty of approximate population has grad
uated so many star players as this city.
Wheeling has an enviable reputation
in this respect, ami it is maintained
from season to season. Tho
players will be coming home
during the next week, and
the team which will be presented to
represent Wheeling will consist in part
of the following named players: Jack
Glasscock, the "king of shortstops;’*
Jesse Burkett, of Cleveland, who will
lead the National League in batting
this year; Kane, Crotty and Hobrecht,
of the Wheeling team; "Sammy" Nich
ols, who has been “setting the fans on
£re“ In Kansas City; T. N. Nicholson
and Billy George, who have been play
ing in the Western League; Dick Pad
den. of the Roanoke team, who will be
in faster company next year, and oth
ers. No team of ball players In the
country has any license to defeat a
team made up of the players named.
In the National League, the pennant
race w as very exciting during the week.
Baltimore lost two games. while
Cleveland kept up an unbroken record
of victories, until on Friday only ten
points separated the Spiders from the
leaders. A week ago it looked like a
certainty that the Orioles would cap
ture the tlag. Cleveland’s magnificent
spurt has not only given an element of
doubt to the race, but has led many of
the local admirers of the team to be
lieve that Baltimore will land in sec
ond place before the end of the season.
The race from this time forward will
be Intensely exciting, and it is likely
that many positions will be determined
by the results of the last games which
are played. Philadelphia is doing ex
celent work and will probably hold
third place. Old man Anson's colts
have been pushing steadily forward,
and are certain to finish in the first
half. The Pirates have demonstrated
that they are not fast enough for the
company of the leaders, and they will
have to do good work to finish as good
as sixth in the race.
The Musee and South Side bowling
tournaments will probably commence
about the middle of October. There
will probably be ten clubs in the for
mer ami six in the latter. The Mo
zart Park alleys will not be used for
league games, and all the South Side
contests will take place on the Har
vest Home alleys. It is very probable
that a number of changes in the rules
will be made for tho winter tourna
ments. One of the most Important
changes suggested is the use of two
balls for each frame, instead of three,
as heretofore. The principle opposi
tion will come from the weak bowlers.
The proposed rule forbidding the roll
ing of a “blind" should not meet with
any opposition, since its advantages
have been made apparent by the un
questioned abuse of the privilege by
several captains during the summer
tournaments. The “blind” was intend
ed to enable clubs to enter contests
when it was Impossible to secure full
teams of six players, yet it has fre
quently been used when members of
the clubs were present at the contest
as spectators. The side-hoards on the
alleys will be found very beneficial,
and will certainly increase the aver
ages of the players at least ten pins.
The side-boards would more than com
pensate for whatever loss might be
sustained by the rule substituting two
balls for three.
There has been more activity among
the bicyclists during the past week
than for some time past. The meet at
Wellsburg and the coming road race
at Washington, Pa., are events which
are creating considerable interest
among local riders.
The foot ball season will soon open,
and lovers of that game will no doubt
witness many interesting contests at
the Island ball park. Ed. Barrow’s
team has not yet been selected, but will
be within a few days, and the Wheel
ing Tigers will give any of the teams a
tough argument. The best players in
Aetnaville, Martin’s Ferry and Wheel
ing will make up the local eleven. The
opening game may be postponed on ac
count of the small-pox scare, but
some of the strongest teams in Penn
sylvania and Ohio will meet the Tigers
on the gridiron.
As the time approaches for the big
battle at Dallas, Texas, local sports
men are picking favorites, and most
of them express the opinion that
“Lanky Bob” will prove an easy win
ner. This opinion is based on the be
lief that Corbett wtll not be the same
man who entered the ring with Sulli
van. and it would appear from his lat
est photographs that there is good foun
dation for this opinion. It would not
surprise many of the Wheeling lovers
of boxing if the contest is declared off.
after the “rag chewing” which has
taken place.
The prospects for another contest at
the Metropolitan Athletic Club are very
bright. It is not likely that Parry can
secure the money to back, up his chai
lenge to Farragher, but Farragher and
“Jerry” Marshall may come to terms.
If they meet in the ring, Marshall
should prove an easy winner.
JEPWOPTH.
SERIOUSLY HURT
While Coupling Care In the Sletersvllle
Yards Friday Night.
Special to the Register.
Sistersville. W. Va.. September 21.—
At 10:30 last evening while the night
crew In the yards of the Ohio River
railroad were at their usual work shift
ing cars from one track to another, one
of ibe brakemeu. Joe Flaherty, of Park
ersburg, while making a coupling, got
caught between the deadwood of two
cars and his right hand was so badly
crushed that it was amputated this
morning. When the accident occurred
three physicians of this city were called
in, but Flaherty would not allow them
to do more than temporarily dress the
injured hand. He requested that the
company physician. Dr. Jamison, of
Parkersburg, be summoned. When Dr.
Jamison arrived this morning he made
an examination of the injuries of Flah
erty and found that his arm from Just
below the elbow to the lingers was lit
erally crushed to pieces and that it
would be necessary to amputate the
member about four inches above the
wrist. The amputation was made this
morning, and to-night Flaherty was
resting as easy as could be expected.
He will be taken to hie home in Park
ersburg as soon as he is strong enough
to be moved.
SISTERSVILLE NEWS
Personals amt Items of Interest from the
on City.
Special to the Register.
Sistersville, W. Va., September 21.—
Mrs. W. L. Armstrong and son. who
have been the guests of friends in Mead
ville, Pa., for several months, have re
turned home.
Misses M. T. and T. N. Wells enter
tained company this evening in honor
of Mrs. Emery, of Titusville, Pa., who
is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. L.
A. Brenneman.
Adrian Wingerter, of Wheeling, rep
resenting R. G. Dun & Co.’s mercantile
agency, was in the city to-day.
E. Kent Freeland, day clerk at the
Hotel Wells, left this morning for Cin
cinnati, where he will spend a few
days.
W. F. Kaiser, of the National Supply
Company, left yesterday Pittsburg,
where he will be the gue6t of friends
for several weeks.
C. C. McCormick. G. W. Stocking. J.
A. Davenport and E. M. Turner were
Sistersville people in Wheeling yester
day.
W. McCleary left yesterday for hi»
former homo in Butler, Pa., where he
will visit among old friends for a short
time.
The Sistersville Ferry Company have
purchased the ferryboat Orion, which
has been running between West Wheel
ing and the Riverside landing at Wheel
ing. and will put It In the trade here.
The company already has one boat in
the trade hpre, but the business has
been so heavy that they are compelled
to purchase another one.
Mrs. W. L. Gorham and daughter.
Miss Minnie, left yesterday for Buck
hannon, W. Va., to attend the M. E.
conference, which has been in session
there this week.
Miss Nellie Daniels, the efficient sten
ographer in B)ackmarr & Young’6 law
office, left this afternoon for Parkers
burg. where she will spend Sunday with
her parents.
Frank Clark, of New Martinsville,
was in the city last night, the guest of
friends.
Luelen Talbot is seriously ill with
an attack of typhoid fever.
Mrs. Dr. G. B. West went to Wheel
ing this morning on a shopping expedi
tion. Her daughter, Miss Meta, who
is attending school at Mt. de Chantal,
came home with her to spend Sunday.
Miss Bertie Martin, of Newport, who
has been the guest of friends here, re
turned home yesterday suffering from
a severe attack of typroid fever.
Miss Eva Edwards, of Benwood. who
has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
John M. Newton, for several weeks,
returned home this evening.
W. G. Kohl, manager of the Oil Well
Supply Company in this city, was in
Wheeling this morning on business.
Miss Marie Talbot and Miss Mollie
Roome will leave In a few days for
Staunton, Va.. to attend school the
coming winter.
F. J. LeMotte, the popular and well
known traveling salesman for a Balti
more shoe house, was in the city yes
terday calling on his friends.
Robert McCoy, son of F. D. McCoy.
Esq., F. R. Hickman, deputy county
clerk, and Thomas Engle, assistant in
the circuit clerk’s office, all of Mid
dlebourne, were visitors In the city to
dav.
Last evening Miss Romaine Elliott
pleasantly entertained an assemblage
of young friends In honor of her friend.
Miss Jennie Steady, of Middlebourne.
The evening was enjoyably spent in
games and social intercourse. Among
those present were Misses Maggie
Illaok. Carrie Devore, Jessie Stealey,
Lilah Graham. Margaret Wilson. Ro
mavne Elliott, and Messrs. Bert Ken
nedy, Arlie Locke, Robert McCoy,
Robert Stealey, Will Black and Harry
Hendershot. ____
Fire! Great Excitement,
When the fire alarm struck yester
day the crowd’s going to Meyer’s but
ter store, rear of Stoue & Thomas’,
were taken for people rushing to the
fire. __
ANOTHER NEW FIRM.
Two Popular Young People to Engage In
the Notion Business.
The many friends of Miss Laura Pat
ton and Mr. Gabe L. Emsheimer will
be pleased to hear that they have leased
the store room No. 18 Eleventh street
(formerlv occupied by H. Emsheimerl,
and will go into the notion business.
They expect to be ready for business
in about ten days. The exact time will
be announced later on. They beg to
inform the public that they will intro
duce the latest novelties in their line
and will always have a ready line of
staple notions. The public can rest as
sured that they will be well taken care
of. These young people have had an
extensive experience in the business.
The firm name will be "The Favorite”
and we have no doubt but that it will
spring in public favor and be every
thing the name implies._
Corbett Coming to Wheeling
To buy the finest Dairy Butter. 3
pounds 50 cents, at Fitzgibbon’s Butter
Stand. 1106 Market street, in Rehm s
meat market.__
T. A. Hoge & Co. can give you any
thing you want for your bicycle: Tire
tape, rubber solution, hard cement, liq
uid cement, patching gum, spokes and
nipples, bells, toe clips, valves, stems,
pumps, cork grips, steel balls, outer cas
ings. inner tubes. The best oil in the
world, and graphite for chains. Ht€8
Market street.
MUNYON’S
REMEDIES CURE
Save Doctor’s BUls-Curc Yourself at
Trilling Cost — Munyon’s “Guide to
Health,” Free at all Druggists, Will Tell
You How — Remedies t+old Mostly at
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS—A [Single
Bottle May Cure Yon-Suaall Doses. Pleas
ant to Take-Don’t Fill Your System with
Injurious Drugs — Munyon’s Remedies
Will Cure Wheu Everything Else Falls.
RHEUMATISM positively Cured.
Acute or muscular Rheumatism reliev
ed at once. Shooting pains in arms,
legs, side, back or breast, or soreness of
any part of the body cured in from 1 to
3 hours. Chronic Rheumatism. Sciati
ca or Lumbago banished permanently.
CATARRH, no matter how serious,
Guaranteed Cure by only safe treat
ment. HEADACHE, from whatever
cause.Posltively Relieved in from 3 to 7
minutes. KIDNEY troubles, in all
forms, LIVER complaints, Biliousness,
Jaundice, Constipation, Piles, always
cured. DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion, all
Stomach Troubles permanently reliev
ed. COLDS, COUGHS and incipient
Lung Troubles successfully treated.
NERVOUS Diseases, NEURALGIA,
ASTHMA. Diseases of the BLOOD, MA
LARIAL Diseases, FEMALE troubles,
Loss of Power iu Men, all cured by
Munyon’s Homoeopathic Remedies. All
druggists, for mostly 25 cents each .If
you are in doubt as to your disease,
write to Professor MUNYON, 1505
ARCH STREET. PHILADELPHIA,
giving full description of symp
toms. He will diagnose your case and
give you full benefit of his advice AB
SOLUTELY FREE. Remedies sent to
any address on receipt of price.
“I had pneumonia fever and could
scarcely walk. I was so weak. After I
had taken one bottle of Hood’s Sarsapa
rilla 1 was able to walk. I have now
used three botles and am well." Eliz
abeth Q. Huffman, Fellowsville, W. Va.
Hood’s Pills cure sick headache.
THE FISH "COMMISSION.
It will be Made an In dependent Organiza
tion Under the Agricultural Department.
Washington, D. C., September 21.—
transfer of the Fish Commission, now
an independent organization, to the
Agrfcultural Department by Congress at
the coming session is considered prob
able. There has been for some time a
sentiment against independent bureaus
and commissions. For many years there
was au unsuccessful attempt to place
the geological survey under the Interior
Department. About three years ago the
Weather Bureau was made a portion of
the Agricultural Department and now
there is to be an attempt to place the
fish commission within the purview of
the same department. It is believed
that such a move would in crease the
practical efficiency of the work and re
sult in its more economical administra
tion. Opposition to such a transfer bill,
it is thought, come from the commission
itself, because a transfer would take
away from it both its independence and
its license in the matter of expendi
tures. The prevailing belief here is that
William L. May, of Nebraska, will be
appointed to succeed the late fish com
missioner, Marshall McDonald. Mr. May
is a man of means, who has for sixteen
years been fish commissioner of Ne
braska without compensation. Secre
tary Morton has endorsed him very
warmly and it is said the press of Ne
braska, irrespective of party, is unani
mous in its approval of his candidacy.
The only formidable candidate against
Mr. May is said to be John F. Crisp.
State Fish Commissioner of Missouri.
TO CONTROL CURRANT PRICES.
Washington, D. C., September 21.—
A report to the State Department from
Consul George Wharton, at Athens,
states that a law' has been enacted by the
Greek Parliament, the purpose of which
is to control currant, prices. It levies a
fax of 15 per cent, of the crop to be paid
either in money are in kind. The total
crop of Greece for the year is estimated
at three hundred million pounds, which
would yield a revenue to the government
of 3,800,000 drachm or $733,400.
Peculiar to Itself.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to it
self. in a strictly medicinal sense, in
three important particulars, viz: first,
in the combination of remedial agents
used; second, in the proportion in
wffiloh they are mixed; third, in the pro
cess by which the active curative prop
erties of the preparation are secured.
These three important points make
Hood’s Sarsaparilla peculiar in its me
dicinal merit, as it accomplishes cures
hitherto unknown.
But it is not what we say but what
Hood’s Sarsaparilla does, that tells the
story. What Hood's Sarsaparilla has
done for others is reason for confidence
that it is the medicine for you.
WAS STARVING AND CRAZY.
New York, September 21.—A Mexican
cable dispatch to the Herald from Rue
nos Ayres, Argentina, via Galveston,
Texas, states that Robert McCallum,
who left this port in a nineteen-foot
sloop on June 13, to cross the Atlantic,
has been rescued by the British ship
Stalwart.
He was starving and crazy when
sighted by the ship and was taken on
board with his little boat.
What Shall I Do?
Is the earnest, almost agonizing cry of
weak, tired, nervous women, and crowded,
overworked, struggling men. Slight dif
ficulties, ordinary cares, household work
or dally labor, magnify themselves Into
seemingly impassable mountains.
This is simply because the nerves are
weak, the bodily organs debilitated, and
they do not
Take
proper nourishment. Feed the nerves,
organs and tissues on rich red blood, and
how soon the glow of health comes to the
pale cheeks, firmness to the unsteady
hand, and strength to the faltering limb.
Hood’s
Sarsaparilla
parities, vitaliiee and enriches the blood
and is thus the best friend to unfortunate
humanity. Be sure to get Hood’s and
only Hood’s. All druggists, fl; six for |5.
Hood’s Pills gLffSSSiriLr
_CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS-KRAUS BROS.
KRAUS BROS
If You Got it at Kraus’s It’s All Right.
Never Mind
The Weather,
Don’t allow the warm snap of the past week deter you frcx
your Fall Suit. Come in and see the immense variety we ar.
to suit all tastes and pocketbooks. You needn’t worry about t
quality or fit. We attend to that, and if we don’t satisfy you i
respect after you’ve bought, you get your money back. T..
dressed men on the streets to-day are wearing our clothes,
Clothiers and Furnishers, 1319 Market Street
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
Just received our New Fall Line of Manhattan Shirts h
Fancy Bosoms and Percales. You want to see them. They a'*
i beauties.
!
FU HN ITU R£—WHITE, HANDLEY & FOSTER. I
THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS. *
WHITE, HANDLEY & FOSTER,
YOU CAN’T HELP BUT NEED SOME OF THE FOLLOWING
CDOOS TO EQUIP TOUR HOME!
BETTER FOR THE FALL AND WINTER.
Parlor Suits, Carpets,
Chamber Suits, Rugs,
Bed Lounges, Linoleum.
Folding Beds, Oil Cloths,
Sideboards, Stoves,
Extension Tables, Washing Machines,
Bed Springs, Oueensware.
Mattresses, Baby Carriages.
Rocking Chairs. Wardrobes.
All goods cut to the lowest llRnre. We can furnish anything you med lo
complete your house.
EASY TERMS, WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
WHITE, HANDLEY & FOSTER,
(Successor to .1. W. BLATCIII.EY)
Z245-Z247-2Z4*) Market Street, opposite Centre Market.
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.
DRESS GOODS-J- S. RHODES & CO._
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS!
NOW OPEN.
No better time to buy than now. Many Novelties once sold can
not be duplicated.
Black Dress Goods sSSssssr*
Dress Goods ^
48-inch All-Wool Henriettas and Surges and
38-incn Fancy Brocades in black an J colors,
CHOICE 50c.
Yard wide All-Wool Henriettas and Serges in black an
25 cents a yard.
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AGENCY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.-—^
McLain Dental and Surgical Depot,
1205 Market St., Wheeling, W. Ya.
I > EDilA-N 4 CO.,
GENERAL MACHINISTS
-AND
MBS OF MARIIFtSTATIBIAHT ENGINES
WHEELING, W. Ya.
FAMOUS GRAY MINERAL
SPRING HER!
Just received from Cambridgeboro,
Pa. For sale by all druggists.
P.WELTYSCO
Sole Agents.
Hairqremovep
Ilfc^Jor.tlai’orlBjarjwUfPUU 8e»i«l
«o. hum o*., rkll*., A 4.
NO WONDER THE LADY
. -
admires that sideboard. >' ,
enough to justify the high* ,
tlon. We ean duplicate i'
furniture to a T. Silver N ,
of the table and a sldebo
ment of the dining ro>un.
difference* in sideboard- u
else. They may be to
Inartistic to be thought •
Our sideboards, with
are handsome enough » ,
slon Into any house.
good value at a high pr #
are low, ns we will run*
will give us a call.
Fnrnitore and Carp: I**
1116 MAIN SThu
J^TiIkjct and FOR ; ;
at tho Regia ter Counting

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