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ALTERATION SALE-STON?4. THOMAS.
Koflulnr 15c llomp Curpot rvt 8 l-2c.
Regular 30c Flowered Carpet nt 22c.
Iiojtilnr 50c Flowered Carpet nt 37 l-2c<
Regular COo All-Wool Carpet at 47c.
lleKular 75c All-Wool Cnrpot nt 62 l-2c.
KeRulnr COc IiruBBeU Cnrpot nt 30c.
lieKulnr 75c Brimsula Cnrpot nt 58c.
Jtojulnr $1 00 llruagels Cnrpot nt 78c.
]teftu!ar$l 25 Jfoquotto Cnrpot nt 85c.
JiCKiilar $1 75 Moquotto Cnrpet nt $1 25.
licgular $1 00 Body llruasols Cnrpet nt 85c.
Kcgulnr $1 25 Hoily llrnssols Cnrpot nt $1 00. *
Kcfiulnr $1 40 Ixjwcll BoUy Unisscla Cnrpot nt 3115.
WO Piocos Mattingo, Linoleums, Oil Clotlia at proportloaata reductions.
Stone & Thomas
P. 8.?There is not an article in the Dry Goods or Carpet lino but what wo
have rcriuced from ]f> |o W) per cent.
SPECIAL EASTER SALE-M. J. M'FADDEN.
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For the benefit of those who buy this week we
have some special bargains in New Stylish Hats,
all the latest shapes and colors, which, we now
offer. These are all
??NEW SPRING STYLES!
IN ALL COLORS, BLACK, EROWX, HAZEL, CIXXAJIOX, Etc.
$2.00 Hats this week for . $1.50
2.50 Hats this week for . 1.90
3.00 Hats this week for . 2.40
Our Fine Flexible Hats, equal to any $5:00 Hat in style,
quality and finish, at the low price of $3.00!
Boys' Stiff Hats, $1.00, S1.2J, $1.45, $1.50.
Boys' and Children's Hats and Caps in large variety.
Leading Oiip-I'r(co Hatter anJ Furnisher, 1320 .(? 11122 Jliirlict Street.
To rcducc stock previous to removal, wj offer
for this week only the folio iviuij great bargains:
Towels and Towelings.
75 dozen Bleachcd Damask Knot Fringe Towels,
sire 22x50. Our prlcc ""?o, regular price 50a
cnch. " ?
25 dosen Bleached Damask Knot Fringe Towels,
wltlfco'orod 'drawn-work borders, size 21x50.
Our prleti 41?u, regular price 85c cash.
35 down Bleochcd Knot Vrlngo Towels, with
fancy clrawri borders, size 24x13. Our price
r?ue, regular price SI 00 cnch.
W dozen l'nre, l.inen Towels, siro 23x15. Our
price lfio. regular price i'e each.
15 dozen Unbleached, colored bordered Damask
? TowcK Ournrlee8?\ regular price 10e each.
25 dozen Unbleached, colored bordered. Damask
Towels. Our price fte, regular price Sc each."
50 pieces Fast Edge, Pure Liuon Crash. Our
price 4 8-4c, regular price 7c a yard.
25 pieces Pure Linen Scotch Crush. Our price
i) l?~<v regular l2J<|cayard.
25 pieces Twilled Windsor Crasn. Onr price 3c,
regular pr^cc Ce a yard.
Table Linens and Table Covers,
5:plcces I.oom Dice Tabic Linen.. Onr prlco J53c,
regular price: 0 ? a yard.
10 pieces Unbleached Damask Table Linen. Onr
price 33o. regular price 40c a yard.
15 pieces Unbloached Damask Table Linen. Our
price 30h, regular price iOc a yard.
10 piece* Unbleached Damask Table Linen. Our
price l:lr, regular price (V">e a yard.
8 pieces Blenched Daumdc Table Linen. Onr
. price 4fle, regular price fOt: a yard.
A few Blenched, bordered, JS 4 Table Covers at
SOo each, worth SI 35c.
fiSTFine Bloodied Table Linens and
Hcmstitchcil and t'rlngcil Tnblo .Sets at
Napkins and Doylies.
CO dozen Pure Linen' Loom Dico Doylies^ Our
price :Ue, regular price flOo a dozen.
25 dozen Pure Linon Loom Dico Doylies. Our
price 48c, regular price &*?c a dozen.
20 dozen Pure Linen Blenched Dovlles. Our price
OOm, regular price 5125 n dozen.
35 dozen Pure Linen llloaehcd Doylies. Our
price Si 22. regular prlco SI 50 a dozen.
20 dozen Pure Linen N'aokins. Our prlco 73c,
regular price We ndozen.
15dozon Pure Linen Napkins. Onr prlco 07c,
regular price $1 '.'Git dozen.
15 dozen Pure Linen Napklim. Our prico SI 23,
regular prlco 31 53 a dozen.
SSTSpcdnl i>rlcci on flnor ((lialllies.
HemstltcliedLinen Sheets & Pillow Cases
AT LOW PH1CKS.
AN EXTRA. FINE LOT OF
OURTKIN ENDS I
AT 24c EACH.
Lace and Clienille Curtains 1
At samo low prices as previously advertised.
BSriVliIto Knumolol, Soiiil lVooil nn:l
Brass-Tipped Curtain anil Portiero
Sfiyricase call early in the Jay.
Snook fi Co.
Otlicu: Nns. 23 and 27 Fourteenth Mroot.
Wanted, Immediately?Two Rooms.
For Kent?'Two-Ston* Brick House.
Wonted?? t Mioerapher.
Wedding <?I (i. Dillon & Co.
Ohio County Kepublicau Primary Election.
Wanted?SiiU'ition to l.eiirn Pharmacy.
Spring Sports lor Out Doors-Stan ton & Dnven
Ham monks?Carlo Bros.
Boston Bean Pots?lin ing Bros.
For Polo?Two Hones.
Alteration Sale?stone & Thomas? Eighth
Bargains In Furniture it Carpets?Alex. Frew,
New Spring and Summer Stoek-Geo. It. Tay
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G It AND OPERA SALOON*.?Gibson
ami Dougherty's Pure llyc "Whiskies,
Xo. 50 Twelfth street.
AHY employe of Railroad* owning n
watch tlint will not pans inspection can
purchase any watult, of any make, ift Com.
pan) lint cost. Wo have a few linest itlchol
Raymonds at 010 00.
JACOB YF. ORUDIS,
Jeweler, Cor. Twelfth and Market Streois.
roil MEN' ONLY.
Wonro now In rcceipL of the Ifand^nment
nncl uio?t complete lioo of Foreign tint! Do.
inentic Woolen*.comdmlng ot Suiting*, Pm
tulnunlng*, Spring Overcoating* ami Fancy
Vesting* evor introduced to the trade.
Fashionable set up and quality of ciotii
guaranteed. A full line of Gent*' Fur
nishing*. Tho big run on our 2Sc Half
Hone contlnuoH. 0. IlEsS & SONS,
Fashionable Merchant Tailor* and Gouts'
Fnruliiherft, 1321 and 1323 .Market Street,
rrh-ts ?' '? ? ' ' \
An Entertaining Lecture,'
Tlio Rev. A. B. Marshall," of East
Liverpool, Ohio, will locturo to-night at
tlio First Presbyterian church in be
half of (ho West Virginia Homo for
Aged and Friendloss Women. Ilia sub
ject will be "Travels in Palestine and
Turkuy." 'i ickets,'50 cents each, and
can bo obtained at Baumor's music
storo, or at tho door of the clturch.
Locturo to begin at half past seven
o'clock. f n *
Marriage License* issued.
Marriage licenses were yesterday is
sued to the following named parties:
Eugenius S. Hi Id roth and Jane Reave
Brady, both of Wheeling.
Joseph I)ober, aged thirty-four, a na
tive of Switzerland, and Hannah llorst
rannn, a nativo of West Virginia.
Goorgo King, aged thirty-three, of
Pittsburgh, and Maugio Tallott, aged
twenty-seven, of Washington, Pa.
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to
record three deeds of trust and transfers
of real estate as follows:
April 1, by 0. C. Dewey to Charles
Duruett Haft, for $3,000 paid to said
Dowev and $200 paid to ii. M. Hussoll,
trustee, transferring lot 1 on the plat at
Edgington and guaranteeing certain
benefits of tho joint uso of adjoining
April 15, by Henry Brinkman and
wifo to Louis lirinkman for $1,750, lot
40 in tho La Gratigo addition.
April 1, by Margaret A. Carney and
others to Maria L. Frarier, for S3,730,
lot GO in Mosos W. Chaplino's addition.
March 10, by "William J. Carney and
wife to Margaret A. Carney and others,
for $<595, all tho title of the parties of
tho first .part to lot GO, last above de
A kui.l lino of K. 0. Burt's colebrated
fine shoes just received..
L. V. Bix)nd, Solo Agent.
rUIUFY YOUR ItLOOD.i
DR. UENNIG'S 8ARSAPARILLA
WILL DO 1T1
FIVE GO TO THE FEN.
Pour Robfjora Convlotod and Ono
Pload Guilty Yesterday.
BUSINESS IN THE COURTS MONDAY.
Two Highway Ilolilxirx Convicted nml
11 Thiol1 I'lends Cltillly?Tho Ilrasn
Stealing. Cnno nml Oilier Criminal
Causes?Civil Dublin's* in Oilier
In Port II of tlio Circuit Court vostor
day, Judgo Paull on llio bench, tlio caso
of Charles Williams and Georgo Curtln,
llio two colored rnou Indicted for high
way robbery, was put on trlnl to a jury
composed of Messrs. M. J. O'Neill,
Jacob Keller, John Ilolner, Samuel U.
Jefferson, Lowis Newman, A. J. Seumon,
Elmer Nichols, W. 11. Gibson, Charles
Sample, Ilenry Kaibitzer, Thomas U.
Smith and Kobort Krtiramio. Prosocu
tor Howard appeared lor tho stato and
Capt, Dovencr lor tlio defense. Tho
evldenco showed that tho men had stop
ped Itodonbaugh and robbed him of a
SMgold watch, a rovolvor, a pockot
knlfo and a match box on January 12.
Tho indictment accused thorn 11I90 of
having been armed ut tho tirao with
deadly weapons, but there was 110 evi
dence to sustain tills part of tho charge,
and substantially by ngroomont, tlio
jury renderod n voriUctof guilty of high
way robbery without deadly weapons.
Judge Pnull sentenced tho two men to
livo yearn' imprisonment In tho peniten
tiary at Moundsvlllo.
I)on Lawrence, indicted for gaming,
a misdemeanor, plead guilty and was
linod S-5 and costs.
Silas Freeman, tlio colored man who
shot at l)avo Grunt somo tiino ago,
plead guilty to assault and battery ami
was sentenced to thirty days' imprison
ment in jail.
ltobert Donaldson, tho colored man
who robbed II. J. Mendel, of tho steamer
It K. Phillips, ot $38, plead guilty to
grand larceny and was given two years
iu tlio penitentiary.
Tho caso of tho Stale vs. Claude l)e
vinnoy and "Stonoy" Dully, accused of
stenling 600 pounds of brass castings
from the Belmont mill, was then put on
trial to tho saino jury that had served
before, Colonel Arnett appearing for tlio
defense. Tho prisoners' story was that
tlioy had merely helped an unknown
man wheel tlio stuff up street,'and woro
to get a drink for their trouble, but
were arrested by tho police while wheel
ing the carl.
Tho jury got the casa about 5 o'clock
and rotired to the room. After being
out about an "hour it returned, and tlio
foreman asked forinstructions from tho
court ns to whether a person assisting
another to commit larceny was himself
guillv. This doubt was sot at rest by
tho judge, and tho jurors again filed out.
Thoy returned in about twenty minutes
and renderod a vordict of guilty.
Col. Arnett nt once moved 011 behalf
of his clients .to set aside the vordict
and grant a new trial, and the prisoners
were remanded to jail pending the hear
ing 01" this motion. Tho case .was.
watched with a good deal of interest.
In Part I in the caso of Francis Fai
loure vs. Catherine A. Fry and others, a
demurrer was tiled in writing. In the
case of Mary E. Crawford vs. Mnggio
Steer et al., an order of sale wa3 en
The caso of tlio Groat 'Western Fire
Clay Company vs. Kobrecht & Gore
was tried to a jury.
The jury was out but a short time till
it caino back and rendered a verdict in
favor of the plaintiff for $350.
The state's witnesses for the Garrison
murder case liavo boon summoned'for
TIio U. S. Court.
Tho U. S. circuit court was to have
tried tho case of tho boy accused of
robbing tho street mail boxes yester
day, but Judge Jackson and Clerk Del
lickerdid not arrive in the city, till so
late in the afternoon that the case was
not taken up, but went over till to-day.
The mandate oi tho U. S. supreme
court, reversing the result in this court
of the chancery causo of Duflner, of
Cleveland, vs. 1>. D. T. Farnsworth, of
Buekhannon, was entered on the rec
ord. Tho nleas in the saino parties'
suit on the law side have been admitted
and the case transferred to Parkorsburg
for trial at the next term.
High ICatcH Kulotl.
In the police court yesterday May
Williams had her case continued till
this morning,and the one girl and three
men found in her house paid $5 and
costs each. John Wolfe nnd John Mack
wero fined $5 and costs each for their
row, and Wolfe paid, while Mack wont
to the hill for thirty days. 3^. F. Lofling
weli paid $.5 and co3ts. Two saloon
keepers paid $20 and costs for selling on
Sunday, and threo $5 disorderlies com
pleted tho docket.
Sent to Jnll for Ton IJnyn.
Harry -Anderson, colored, who was
arrested some timo ago and fined by
.Squire Peternian for illicit cohabitation,,
and skipped out to Steubenville, rn
turned to the city yesterday and was
caught near the Farmers' hotel' by
Constable Wilcox and committod to
jail for ton days to serve out the sen
tcnco imposed upon him in lieu of the
lliuy fllot by dinner.
A colored man named Abram James,
from llarridonburir, Va., called at polico
headquarters yesterday and said that
his wife had deserted him some timo
ago at Harrisonburg, and after trying in
vain to find licr for some timo lie gave
up tho soarclt, and shortly after caino
hero to work. Sunday ho "mot his wife
on tho street, and found that sho was
living with licr aunt in tho city and.
workinc at Elm Grove. He wanted to
know if there was not some way to re
claim her by law. Tho authorities ad
vised him to let her go on making her
own living till ho had savod enough to
go to housekeeping and then try per
suasion, and lie seemed to think , that
was a pretty good scheme.
TiioSkill ami Know-lodge
Essential to tho production of tho most
perfect ami popular laxativo remedy
known, hnvo enabled tho California
Fig Syrup Co. to achieve a great success
in tho reputation of its remedy, Syrup
of Fij:s, as it is conceded to be "tho uni
versal laxative. For salo by all drug
>*ovr lluUdtng Association.
Tho Ciiy Building Association is ju9t
starting, is organized under tho new
building association laws, aiul is a first
class opportunity for any person desir
ing to savo money, borrow money-or
purchaso a homo. Stock can bo ob
tained at No i!9 Twelfth street, or from
any of tho followinggontlemcn:
IT. F. Jones, Joseph Lawson^
C. A. lleil, W. II. Caldwell.
C. II. Copp, W. M. Boucher,
F. C. Myers, B. S. McLuro,
Pliilip Maguire, Charles Lukens.
H. W. Fair.
A. MASONIC T12MPL12
May Soon Ho Greeted ?m JInrkot Stroct
.Inst Mouth of rourtooiitli.
Another Important real pstato deal
took plaeo yesterday, which protnlsca to
result In nKrcnt improvement on Mar
kotstreet. Mr. A. IV. l'null, as a front
of tlio Masonic Temple Association,
boujht from Mr. Jolm M. llrown tho
property on tho west slilo of .Market
street nujoiriint; I'ollock liros.' Hour mill
ontlio south. Tho consideration was
$18,000, included In which l? tho prop
erty next south of St. Jnines's German
I.ntli?raiL church, on Chaplino street
south of Fourteenth, purchased sonio
tlnio ago hy the Masonic Tempi# Asso
ciation. It is to ho transferred at its
cost?tlio association to settle tho suit
it has against tho church and tho con
tractor who built the now front.
Tlio Market street property fronts
thirty-threfi foot on that street and runs
hack to tho alloy, it is now occupied
by .Mr. Sawyer's Kvungellstic Exchange
and a iiowh depot downstairs and an
awning manufacturer in tlio second
It Is probablo that tho Masonic Tem
ple Association will build an Imposing
block on this property, with business
rootna on tho around' floor, and four
stories abovo, with ample elovators and
other modern conveniences.
THE ELKS TO-NIGHT.
AGrsntStiow and n Great Auclionco As
last nightoceurred tho final full re
hearsal of thfc participants in tho pro
gramme of the Klk-Celsior Minstrels,
which is to bo given at tho Oporn House
to-night and to-morrow night. Tho
shew will bo groat in all respects, and
from the salo of seats it is evident that
tho audience will bo as great as the
show. Tho stage sottings, specially de
signed by two oxperin, have never lieon
equaled in this or any other city. No
thing but silk plush and sntin hangings
are in It. And tho jokes are as gay us
tho surroundings. It is a performauce
nobody will want to'niiaa.
All "llie seats for to-night aro sold,but
there are a several good scats still left
in Section E for Wednesday night,
Tho following is the lino of march for
the great pnr.uio of- Klbs at noon to-day:
Form at I. 0.0. 1". hall; down Chnplino
to Fourteenth, to Market, to Tenth, to
Main, to Twenty-fourth, to Cliapline, to
Twentieth, to 'Market, to the Opera
llouso ami disband.
EIiECTKIC Ml!UTS OX.
Another Daylight lVnt made?New Source
Yesterday afternoon tho electric
lain pa on tho second, and third circuits
of tlio city system were tested and ad
justed where it was found necessary.
There are still a number of lamps to be
hung. A new source of trouble has
been encountered in tho longest yard
arms on which lamps aro swung direr
the streets. When tho very heavy lamps
are run out to their end?, many of them
bend tho long arms, which are not still*
enough to bear tho weight. These are
the iirst fifty-foot yard arms tried any
where. It is found to bo necessary to
goall over them and prop them up in
such a way as to add to their stiffness.
There is still small prospect that the
?lauips will be in use this week.
Miles' Js'ervoaml I.ivor I'll Is.
Act on a new principle?regulating
the liver, stomach and bowels through
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Mi lea'
PiiU speedily euro biliousness, bad
taste, torpid'liver, piles, constipation.
TJnequaled for men, women and chil
dren. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fitly
closes, 25c. Samples free, at The Loguh
Drug Co.'s. 1
The Now Kouto to Colorado.
First-clas sleeping cars?electric light
ed?run daily between Chicago, Omaha,'
Lincoln and Denver, via the Short Line
of tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul
Railway?Chicago to Omaha?and the
Burlington Route?Omaha to Lincoln
and Denver. Leavo Chicago G:00 p. in.,
arrive Omaha next morning.. Denver
second morning for breakfast,* faco and
hands washed, ready for business or
pleasure. Time and money saved. All
coupon ticket agents in tho United
States and Canada sell tickets via' the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way, or address Wm. Kelly, jr., Trav
eling Passenger Agent, 50 South Third
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Special Excumlou to Norfolk. Va.
A spccial excursion will lcnvo Balti
more & Ohio depot, Pittsburgh, Pa., for
"Washington City and Norfolk, Va., at
8 a. m. Tuesday, April 20. From Wash
ington excursionists will go by boat
down the historic Potomac ami great
Chesapeake. Excursionists will bo given'
an opportunity- to visit old Point
Comfort, Virginia Beach and Richmond.
The trip up the Jnmea river will he
in ado in daylight. On Wednesday and
Thursday a limited nnmbcr of choice
lota in the great city of Norfolk will be
sold at low prices. Fare from Pitts
burgh to Norfolk and return only Sll,
tickets iiood for ten days. Particsgoing
from Wheeling will kq to Pittsburgh
Monday evening. For further infor
mation address Sloan & Co., 127 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., or
Rinkhart & T.vrittt,
City Bank Building,
Wheeling, W. Va.
Excursions lo Pittsburgh via Pennsylvania
For the Lillian Iiussell engagement
and the opening of the baso ball season,
excursion tickets will be sold via the
Pennsylvania lines April 20 and -1
from "Wheolintr, at ono faro for the
round trip. All tickets will bo Rood re
turning until April 22, inclusivo. Til
If you need spectacles, eye? tiro or
head aclios when reading or sewing,
consult and have your eyes tested for
glassoB without chargo by I'rof. Shell,
the Optician, corner Mniitnnd Eleventh
etreots. Tho only oxclusive optician in
the state. ttiisjw
For rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia,
cramp and colic thcro is no remedy hu
lierior to tho genuino Dr. Thomas's
Eclectrio Oil. i>.w
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
Annual Sale, 18 Millions.
"The figures in this
case are more eloquent
than any phrases." %
THE TIMES, LONDON.
THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS.
ONLY ONE PRICE
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
It is a source of infinite gratification to us to hear,
as we do daily, the high enconiums passed by our
patrons on our peerless stock of Spring Suits,
Spring Overcoats, for Men and Boys, our matchless
Spring Furnishings and Hats!
We have tried hard to meritr the approval of the
multitude.' We are receiving it every hour and we
are happy there isn't another house in the State
that can show such an aggregation of high styles
and low prices as we are showing this season. We
have surprised our friends and surprised ourselves.
We ask you to choose from the choicest products
of the world's workshops at prices fully
2S Per Cent Lower than the Lowest,
Sailor Suits?Ranging in price from $i 2j to $600.
Children's Elegant Suits?With or without Vest,
in Velvets or Light Color Cheviots, from $$? to $10.
Children's Vest Suits- A all sizes, from the
smallest paddler of 4 years to a boy of 16. Dozens of pat
terns to select from, at all prices.
Confirmation Suits?Elegant line of Boys' Confir
mation Suits, tailor-made and a perfect fit guaranteed.
Double-Breasted Suits for Children, in all the
Latest Shades and Qualities,ranging in price from $2 to $12.
Kilt Suits?In all the Latest Styles and Materials, at
prices from $2 $0 to $6 00.
X^Every Lady buying Boys' Clothing
this week will be presented with Elegant
ONE PItlCE CLOTHIEKS. THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Market and Fourteenth Streets.
IS A BADLY FURNISHED SLEEPING APAH'OKXT.
Farnisli it With Ons of Our $25,00 Suites and bo H
TERMS: $4 CASH. $! PER WEEK.
HOUSE & HER
BARGAINS IN FURNITURE-ALEX. FREW.
Furniture and Carpets!
TO REDUCE STOCK.
Will offer FOR 30 DAYS special inducements to pur
chasers FOR CASH, a full and complete line in all grades
of Furniture and Carpets.
Successor to Frew & Bcrtschy, 1117 Main Street
This department will bo attended to promptly .?>t all hours, having re
tained .Mr. Thomas Lynch ns undertaker, with all (ho new and improved
methods of caring for the dead. Also iino black and whito funeral cars,
and am fully prepared to wait on all patrons who may favor me with
their orders. Call by telephone, Btoro, No. 229. Alex, i'rew's residence,
Successor to Frew & Bertscliy, 1117 Main Street.
ACHAMBEROF HORRORS-HOUSE &. HERRMANN.