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? __ D. GUNDUINQ?CO.-CtOTHINO.-^ :
I \ 1TBATHER KICKERS have this consolation: If the weather doesn't
ffijVV suit their suits they can get suits to suit the weather. Clothing is
I cheap now. But we don't keep clothing that is too cheap to be good.
|?.jfiere"s a dale o' difference in the eyes ot tne irisn law, wnuner ne
said 'McCarty, coom out, or coom out, McCarty.' " And there's >a deal
of difference between buying cheap clothing and buying clothing cheap.
The weather is uncertain, but we are certain to have just what you
waqt for any emergency. We keep up our varieties and sell all the
different weights right along. This is one advantage jn, dealjng at the
largest, completest, finest and cheapest Clothing aji6' Furuislimgi Hoifee
In West Virginia. Another advantage is that the price of each article is
as low the day it is placed on the^counter as it will be at the close of the
season. We don't wait till we get scared at the end of the season to
mark down our goods. Our prices arealwaystoo lowtp stand a reduction,
and our goods are too valuable to be left on our hands at such prices.
Ic > STONE A THOMAS-SATINES.
TO-DAY AND TO MORROW
I "WE OiFIFIEIR, ''f'
I 100 Pieces-5,000 Yards ;
K" .
I American Satines
Mgr-1
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Hi s r?: f*** ***. ?.ju-'yyt.i? '
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I. JL. ?t> ?J ' ^5^ vti. jl _L_/
Price Everywhere 10 and 12 l-2c.
Stone & Thomas.
y . i ^ ^ , ,>
M. J. M'FADDEN-GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
M. J. McFADDEN.
| Hot Weather Hatts I
| I^NEW ONE ODNCE-CRDSaHAT.
I. T^g|y
jib The latest Hot Weather Scarf ra. ?. mofaddbn,
If w|BEL^ |L ONE-PRICE HAT, ?ND SHIRT STORE,
Cheapest Store In Wheeling.
9b| 1820 and 1322 Market St, Wheeling.
H ' WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.-FURNITUSE. ETC.
I Big Reductions
I PiARY CARRIAGES
I THIS WEEK.
Furniture, Carpets, Refrigerators,
Baby Carriages and General
Housefurnishing Goods on
Weekly Payments.
8 * ? ? w WTCVVin SSI A
f WHEELING PTALMMI UU.,
1136 TO 1140 MARKET STEEET.
GEO. M. SNOOK A CO. I
M ti
Are a foreign product, and to jj
secure the best line? of these, J
orders must be placed months I
in advance. This has been ?
our policy, and as a result we ?
now show lines of light, g
medium and dark All Wool ?
Challies that are pronounced ti
unequalled in this city. ti
Surah and Faille Silks to s
0
match them all. ?
Satin Stripe Grena- p
dines in new patterns. *
All Spring Cloaks at 5
any price that will close them.
R 00. *
GEO. E. STirEL ACQ. \i
STIFEL & CO.
it
REMOVALI I
I?
V
Our new stores are nearlng d
completion and are almost
Veady to be occupied, but we P
don't want to move our large w'
stock of goods as It Is, so to ?'
affectively reduoe rt before ti
moving we offer speolal drives 's
In every department, and you
will find It to your advantage
to make a visit to our store
during the coming month.
Our light Dress Goods and
Suitings, Challles, India and T
China Silks, Batistes, Moiiailelns,
Outing Cloths, Ladles' C
Shirt Waists, Blazers, Jackets, ?l
Outing Flannels are all' choice c
tn
and of the latest pattern, and ^
sura to please everyone. ja,
:
Cal* Jsj 3E3 ,]
STIFEL & CO. |
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Office t Jfog, SB and 21 Fourteenth Street, tl
New Advertisement*?Fourth Pugo. fi
Stocks, Bonds and Real Estate For Sale?Thos. ci
O'Brien. ,
For Salc-G.O. Smith. V
R. T. Howell?Insurance. _ n9
Rookiroodi'ottery?EwlnffBroi, 1
Dr. Harriet 1$. Jones. c
Wanted?To Purchase or Rent a House.
WanteU?Girl to do General Housework. e
Excursion?H. F. Behtons. t:
Dissolution Notice, * a
Clearance 8sle to Reduce Stock?H. Emiheimor
?Third noire. : J
Contln"u?tion of 20 Per Cent Kcaucuon bwo? a
Q*i ?
Co.?Eighth page. ?
SPRING AND SUMMEB. "
Ci
We are In receipt of all the newest novel- D
ties in Wooleus for Men's Wear, consisting ?
of Suitings, PnntaloonlngH ana Overcoat- 0
ings. which wo are prepared to make up tn n
the best style and fit at reasonable prioes.
Huy the best 95 cent-fast black seamless
Half llose made, at C. BBSS Ss SONS',
WMUr iaai and 1398 Market street.
\ ? ? i,
IF you cannot seo and need Spectacles, \>
you should call on as and hare jour eyes t
tested without chargo. We have the finest t
instruments and more experience than any ?
othor Optician In tho Stato, and guarantee a
satisfaction or money refunded. t,
JACOB W. OBUBB, M
Jewoler and Optician.
Corner Twelfth and Market Streets. G
Competitive Drill To-day, It
At 2 o'clock this afternoon the com- ?
petitlve drill of the. Linely cadets for C
tho flag to be presented by Lioutenant si
Braunererouther will take place on tl
Fourteenth street at Eoff. After'tho
drill there will bo a dross parade, at v
which the flag will be formally pre- "
seated. It has been some time since ?
tho luisly boys appeared in public, andi H
thero will no doabt be a largo assom- c
blase of people to witness the drill and
presentation. v
' 1 n
A Big Coal Land Purchase, fl
lewis Jones, ol Wheeling, Ur. Ebbort,
of Pennsylvania, and other capitalists,
have secured several hundred acres of ^
lino coal lands above Martin's Ferry, j
comprising that of J. 0. Gray, Mr. Tho- 0i
burn, August Kuckuck, and others.
Tho Clevelnnd & Pittsburgh and tlie
Wheeling A Lake Erio railroads will
pat in switches at this point shortly, p
Extensive mines will he opened. Thoy <j
will employ about six hundred men, ?
and this will bo a big thing for Martin's j
Ferry. V
Tho QUI,, Bnitne,,.
Although the conditions of trade in
overy branch of glass manufacture lack v
the animation that should attend it at p
- * ? ? 1 ?,
this time in tlio season, mere fflB ueuu ^
a moderately increased demand within a
tlio past week for goods in some lines, I
caused probably by tho desire to have 1
special order* completed to meet Te- g
auirements which might occur during
10 summer shut down, though there
are goods in most of tho regular staple C
lines in ample stock at nearly all tho :
factories.
A Broken Wall*
On Wednesday night a piccB of tho
retaining wall supporting the National
road on tho erode between the top of
wheeling hill and Fulton, fell out, letting
down tho road. The break occurred
just east of the mouth of the
Terminal Railway Company's tunnel,
and the pioce of wall that foil out ia between
forty and fifty feot in lenrth.
There was an abandoned coal mine immediately
under the break, and the rotting
oat of the supportlbg timbers ii
thought'to be the cause. A big force of I
men was pnt to work at onoe to proven! I
.the break from extending. |
uperlatoBdmt Carton EjrpUlnitiwSoQrO#
?.??I otlkbBMiMll. Trool.la.
A reporter had a talk with Mr. John
harden, Secretary of the WheelingEIecrical
Company ywierday, concerning
lie condition ot alliiira at the Electrical
Jompany'e plant. He said that tho
toties oix long-delays that could have
een avoided ure unfair and unkind,
ho company haa had phenomenally
nd luck Alia spring. First, the power
ouso was removed from the old site,
'bat took time and causod a shortage of
owey for several weeks. When the enines
were plrfceuuponnewfoundtUions
nd were iu what seemed to be the best
hape, one of tbem broke down without
lie slightest warning. That engine hod
een thoroughly repaired and was in as
ood condition as possible when the
renk occurred. When it gave way,
tare wis another engine connected
rith itrin such a way that tho strain of
lie breaking engine strained the other
ne, and in a few days the second one
ave way. Thcso misfortunes followed
ach other in rapid succession without
pparent cause. Everything seemed to
o , wrong,: no.matter liow great caro
'as' exorcised. About tho time tho
owor plant was gotten into shape again,
be wires began to give trouble. Wires
ould break at. tho most inopportune
mes and under the most annoying ciramstances.
Just boforo.tho rain on
bosday.night a wire brow on the main
ureot bridge.' Men were put to work
nulngit, but the rain cumo on and the
i- ' A~ ? ntltnlo f)nv
OrK I1UU IU UU puhuu n nuwtu
omplalnta were made about that job
9t being repaired promptly, but the
ompnay wan doing fho-best it could.
C'OcaErning tlie loose wires, Mr. Garen
laid; "Xlio expansion?in hrt eather
lengthens them, and tbe slack
as to be taken up. When old weather
)mes again, the contraction shortens
lem, ana they must be adjusted again.
fe have a lot of men at work now takig
up the slack, and hope to have
perything right soon.
"People wiu complain of the oars botg
stopped half an hour at a time,
hen, In fact, (hey are not at a stand;111
wore than a few mfhutea. To have
le care stopped annoys no one more
ion (he people who manage tho plant.
te are always anxious to keep the wiros
mtged and do . the best that con bo
Aril ero has been some talk among
eople who do not know aliout the
*>lloy wires being worn out These
Iros are medp of hardened coppef and
111 be in good Condition for five years
nt. at least. Wires will break some
meg, eves If they are new, and tlio
,ct that wires are down in Wheeling
ico in a while has no bearing upontltf
>ndition of tho lines.
"We are doing all in onr power to get
tatters into shape, and if our luck ever
langes, we will bo all right again,"
THE GAXtBiao.V CASF.
r?Wng ot Evidence Bearing on the Motion
for a Now Trial to Begin this Morning.
Jadge Campbell came down from New
umberland yesterday morning and
pened a special term of Fart I of the
Ireult Court The terra was for the
icclal purpose ot hearing tho argulents
of counsel in the matter of the
piplication fyr ,a 'new trial of the GarriBaptJiin'D&veilerand
Mr. Howard, of
lie prosecution wore present, (is wore
oloncl Arnettand Mr. oommerville, for
le prisoner. The 6tate's attorneys
;lcea that the affidavits upon which Br.
arrison's attorneys base their motion
ir a now trial be submitted to the
mrt and that they be allowed to1 oxmule
tnem preparatory to summoning
Itncsaea to robut the statements made
1 the affidavits. Mr. Somorville filed
10 papers with the clork, who at onco
avo them to Captain Dovener and Mr.
toward, who repaired to a corfler of the
jurt room to look at thom.
.Captain Dovener asked the court to
wertfio witnesses whose depositions
intf 1iccn takfcn, brought before tho
ourt fpr cross-examination. The court
et this morning nt U o'ciocK aa ine
line for hearing evidence in the mattor
nd the Sheriff was furnished a list of
ritucsses to be summoned for onch side,
'lie State will ask for the members of
IU>,Jniy and.atjout ten other persons,
nd the defense will call about twenty
orsons altogether. The examination
'111 begin this morning if the witnesses
an be had by that timo, and itisexectcd
that three days will bo occupied
xamining them; after which the argulents
will be made.
Supreme Court of Appeals.
The Supreme Conrt of Appoals met
1 -the Public Building again yesterday,
1th Hon. D. B. Lucas still absent. D.
L Evans and Frank Cox, the former of
Wheeling, and the latter of Monongalia
ounty, wore admitted to practice beire
the court.
The case of John E Clator vs. Charles
ittoj from Ohio county, was continued.
In the case of E. SI. Hukill vs. David
foyers and others, a writ of certiorari
ras issued commanding the clerk of tho
lircuit Court of Monongalia county to
and forthwith, the missing portion of
lie record.
Tho case of MoundgvIIle vs. Volton,
as argued and submitted. The four
eiilocn injunction cnsos," Hartley vs.
lenrctta, Lutes vs. Rlloy, Stidger vs.
liley and Dick vs. Kuli, from Marshall
ounty, were submitted on briefs.
Tho (030 of the Janeavillo Hay Tool Co.
s. Boyd and othors, from Ohio county,
'as partly heard and continued till this
lorning.
8. 'B. Dtjbpit, mate of tho Bteamer
.rlzona, had his foot badly jammed,
homas Eclectric Oil cured ft. Nothing
ijual to it for a quick pain reliover. dw
fmndny ExvttrNlonn.
Until October 25, tlio Ohio Eiver
ailroad: Company will sell Sunay
excursion tickets at ono faro for the
jund trip to Moundsvlllo. Woodland,
'ew Martinsville, Sistcrsvllle, Salama,
niliamstown and Pnrkersburg.
Progress.
' ?i ?l
Jll" IS1 VCrv ' Jilipuriuuii III una Iipo i/i
net material progress that a remedy bo
leaning to the tasta unci to the eye,
lslly taken, aeceptablo to the stomach
nd neaithy in Its nature and effects,
assessing theso qualities, Syrup of Figs
i: the one perfect laxative and most,
entle'dluipoc known. diw
Leahkm in Fotografy?Tappan and
onnel.
gliosis ifoT"
Apollinaris
'THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"More wholesome than any Aerated
Water which art can supply."
"Invalids are recommended to drink.
sf."?Thb Times, London..
vm KArUrlicnS:
THE APOLUNABIS COMPANY, LO.,
WO
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THE HUB-ONE-PR
We want Every Worklngnr
I THIS 4
And see our Jeans Pa
Compare them wi
WE SHALL C
Wednesday, Thursday
ONE ofTHE BIGGESTBAR*
i.joo pairs of All Wool Fillin
to rip,'slightly damaged in trar
as good as ever, regular price
days we shall offer same to act
I 1 HE,
One-Price Clotbiers, the
MARKET AND FODR
WHTEEXjIOS
mm}
J)okt
THAT OUR
Furniture, Carpi
CAN BE E<
LJicq ?.7 I
1 1UUOU UU A
1BOO Mai:
my!6 , Vi
ALEXANDER A.CO.
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AND OCR SHOES DO FLT,
As & riait to our tor? antitime botwoon 7 a. a.
and 6 p. m. will convince yoa. , ,
They flr because wo havo the right ?bapes, In
' the right quality at the right price. This J
applies to overythiug in our lmmenM
stock, but more particularly to our
Men'i Calf and Dongola (Smooth Innersolos)
at 43 60
Ladies' Dongola, Oonuino Hand-Turned, at. 2 W
Ladies' Dongola Flexible, at X 00
Ladles' Cloth Tod Flexible. Patent Tip - 1 00 ]
Ladies' Oxford Tm, Tip and Plain Toe ? 1 00
la*. .1 bLma Im all Still all
iUl) ui Uio uuuie tu BU IUU|>V? ?" II
ALEXANDER & CO.,
SHOE SELLERS, I
MHO Main Street.
1 1
BICYCLES.
SIMPLE. SWIFT. STRONG. J
SWIFT SAFETY
BOOT OZX niO'Tiat
Rigid ond .spring frame*. Solid cushion and
pneumatic tires. Patent roller tempered ahnln
Ball bearing*. 100,000 in u?o. Machines and
ouahlon tires guaranteed.
Send lor catalogue to
JASON C. STAMP,
myCS Agent, Wheeling. W. Va.
RED-LION SPECIFIC
For the Blood,
Brings SuasMne to tiie Soul,
PURGEB THE 8YBTEM OF 1MPTJB1TU&, J
ruroiy veguwuie. vuuumu iw j
Mureury or Othsr Mineral Poisons. 1
*ar rosBAUtn AixSiuoaiam "*
w, .
ICE CLOTHIERS.
ian In the City to Call at
HUB
VEEK
nts at 75 Cents,
th $125 grades.
>FFER ON?
and Friday Only
SAINS EVER HEARD OF.
g Jeans Pants, warranted not
ispoliation, wearing qualities
$i 75; during these three
ual consumers at
JC. . .
HUB, I
Leaders of Lov Prices.
TEENTH STREETS,
ro-, yr. "va.
y Witjj ^
LINE
its and Stoves I
3UALED .
iermann, I
a Stroot.
KEKI.Y or monthly patoestt.
SILK AND DRESS GOODS
RIGHT GOODS ,
At Right Prices!
Wo do not beJJero in wiling yon aCalico Dim
tattera at 10 ocuts less than cost and charge you
10 for o pair of 15 Laco Curtains. Quite a dluet^ I
ncc..
?iT"nn>wta n* Imh th?n fiflit
i
100 Piaoes Good Dreu Gluglitim at .() Centa,
150 PIkw Good Duk PrluU at ? Cota
73 Timet Tig Lawo at 3 Ccna
OUR + SILKB
] ! ?ivvTtat?
Dress Goods Stock I
was novor so comploto as at present Wc
Offer eotnOBargalus in this department
BARGAINS ilLM SIU. I
Drapery Netting, Somotbing Very Pretty, ?t
f r\r
!)KJ<"
SLACK SUd^-GREN'ADIXES IX BEST VALI?
J AND LOWEST MICE
t-KCE CURTHINS, H
Our Laoe Curtain Salo ihii seatou Is folly 2?.
grpnt Wrgo* thap ever bcforo. Our low prfc?
)n them accounts /or that.
Eggcr, Warrick & Co,
1132 Main Street. .
OPTICIAN.
The old or young whose eyoi^K
need attention, or Glasses do^^m
not suit, can consult and have^H
their eyes scientifically tested^H
Tor Glasses without charge by^H
PROF, SHEFF, the Optician^?
at Lash's Jewelry Store, cor^BH
ner Main and Eleventh streets^?
The only exclusive Optical Oe^^H
nartment In the State1__JJ!?I*^^B
JEWELRY.
Souvenir SpoonsB
Spoons of all sizes and kinds,
nemorating historic events and
nous places and cities, are now
the thing for remeinbrana1
Our stock is much the largest
most complete in the State.
I. G. Dillon & Co.,
nut 1223 Markets treet^^B
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