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VISITORS T< ?YOU ?, Wort! A mt\ r ?A IN U \j To select from in our Eno Prices we Guarante EXTRAORDINA WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY We offer 100 pieces Black 74c yard, unmatchable else1 75 rolls Moquette Carpets Comoand Examine Our Stock \ STONE & M. J M'FADDEt nvn- <r. MOI 1320 and 1322 Market S STOHB OPEN 13' GEO. M. SNOOK 4 CO.-Cl r.cn m qn V_^JLrfV-/. IT 1. c-'l ^ Geo. M.Sr 111Q MAXT ALEXANDER 4 CO. V. T^ifltft^oVEX^/fEw'lenr. There nre llttlo Shoes of big quality and Wo Shoos of llttlo quality. There are Shoes which Is a ploamro to buy, a pleasure to look nt nnd a pleasure to wear. That'i one ehlo oi tho cue. The other sldo Isn't quite to pleasant, for thoro ore Show it'ea mlstuko to buy, oxos? peration to look al and a torture to wear. lie good to your foot They're tho vefyht carrier* uud they're entitled to tho beet your pocket' book can give thorn. You aro gottlng tho bcel und you aro not damaging your poeketbook very sorlously when you purcbaeo a pair of out Hand Welt Calf Shoes for Hen at $8 60 Hand Welt Dongola for Ladies at $2 50 Little Giant School Shoes for Children ALEXANDERS CO, SHOE SELLERS, m 1040 Main Stroet. IR-STONE & THOMAS. g 3 THE FAIR! ? a JIAVE? ' I Of Di] CddAs ARPETS-- 1 i : ? ;*i-*: ( rmous New Fall Sto?k. Our 1 ;e to be the Lowest. < 111 RY BARGAINS! * V?1 kc , FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ? be at Silk VVarD Henrietta Cloth at Su kvhere under gi oo. at 95c yard, worth $\ 40. A/hether You Wantto Buy or Not. ? in. THOMAS. | <?NIGHT 3HIRTS. M.J. Madden. I In ________________ Ot SPECIAL SALE 01' 1 ' Hight Shirts! | W Men's Fine, Perfect Fitting Night Shirts, tli made of Fine, Soft Muslin, have Yokes unci Pockets, Double Sewed Seams, and Fine Colored Trimmings on be Bosoms, Collars, Pockets and Cuffs. Warranted Fast Colors, all sizes, for j|J only 50 cunts. Reduced from 75 ccnts. jj", lien's Extra Fine Kiglit Shirts, umdo ?\ from Very Fine Muslin, linvo Deep su Yokes, Doublo Sewed Senilis, and 11c Latest Stylo Colored Silk Trimmed Collars, Bosoms, Pockets and Cuflsj Warranted Fast Colors ond Gtinran- -\v teed to Fit. All sizc9 for only 76 m cents. Reduced from $1 00.' " wi du ^.A-IDIDIEJIsr, g trcct, Opp. Opera House. vEn.Tr 33XT3E13XrX3Xro-. or .OAKS AND DRESS GOODS. OOK&CO.:: is in Open Fair leek f tii EXTltAOlWmitY OFFERINGS Ui ^ LISH CLOAKS! s to AND CHOICE E] ess Goods. I ce St Fi cc Bt T special Bargains to Everybody. 01 m Complete Fall and Winter Stock ? o; o look & Co -* V/ A V "S ^ V/ I 111 J STREET. EGCER. WARRICK &. CO. e9 OUR EXPOSITION E ar OF th IK Fall and Winter t to Wearing Apparel'jl! m For Indies and Children Is now rendjr nnd wo to have spared no pains to mako it the mont coin- re plele in every detail, and are fully prepared to in tit uud plt-use you in any kind of u Garment. ar th all High Class Suitings, FIno Draft Good and Novelties. Scotch ofloats a! in Double Width Suitings. gomothliiK )\l new uiul pretty. til Our 46-Inch Black Henrietta nt uOc is n Stunner. New Woolen Hosiery [;> And Underwear complete for early fnll trade, pr In every variety and size. Selling Thousands of Them! 811 Wo refer to our 2f?ineb Gloria 8111c ! UinlmllM at $1 Ou. 01 fr< ?? in go Egger, Warrick & Co., s )l3i Main Street. lirn MMigtmt. Illntt ,\im. *45 mill "7 Koiiriwiitli Mrtu:C. >'ow Advertlsetuontt. it. Miittlivu V Church. IjiCroIx I'olow?KwIiik Bron. ' l^^-t -Fockot book. Kirnt I'lonbywrinu Church. h'iir Sale?Six Koomcd House. [.hit of Letter- KcmaluliiK in Postofllce. fourth Street Church. irimd operu lluusc?New Phautasma ana volty Co. CJueBuildlutf Sites.?Hhiuohnrt & Tatuin. juii"?lh'KO ?fc Bro. jeo- K. Kuruer&Co.?Willi I'oper. iVnuted?(iirl for General Housework. Wctor Safety ilicyclu for Sale. A. L HICK ? CO. [In Mil* to-ilay, full Hue of White Cliaulsc MouM|ut?tuire Glove* ut HI 00. NOTICE TO MERCHANTS. IVo offer nt Wlioleanle nnil at loweit io?;oa an immetirtii variety of lllbhoiiM,Vcl. itn, Volvotrciih, Itucllilig*. LaccM, IIiimiU rchlofa, Hons, Fur Trimmings Sllka, I in* ntul Surah*. Of (Iicno wo carry the I'ffcut Mode In tho city, and luorchaiitii ill MUYo iiionoy l?y looklngnf our offering* ifor?" making their jMirilunt-H. Special tcntfoii in culled to our line of Ulnck irah Silk* nt from 35o to 7fle per yard. A. L. RICK & CO., . Wliolunnlo Millinery, 1120, 1128 anil 1130 MalnStroet. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! IVcarenow In receipt of onr Tall and mi it niuvn ui curuiyu mm i/uiurouu uoleiiN, conslHtlntc of Overcontiuic*, Suiti;n, Pautaloonlugii anil Fancy VomI Inert, iileli we are prepared to niako up In the tent style ut reasonable pricel. Colored Merino anil riwt lUack Halt lino nt old price, Jjfie a pair. Wear our lebrated wool llittnlier Jacket*. Also a 11 line of I'urnlidilntr Goods. C. IIESS Jfc SONS, 1331 and 13*3 aiarkot itreot. [JIJISON'S nnd DOVGlllSltTY'S pure rye hl?kl?? ttt the Git AND OPEItA llOUsK LLOON. IT you cannot non nnil need Spectacles, iu imonld call on u? anil have yotw oyes ated without charge*. We have the lineal strumenta und more experience than any her Optician in the State, nnd guarantee OitfiUiUou or uiumy refunded. JACOB W. GBUBB, .Tmvcler and Optician, Corner Twelfth mill Market Street* lu the Circuit Court. in rut 11. 01 the circuit uourt yesrday Judge Pitull cull oil the civil >eket, mi immense document that will op tlio court busy for v obits. Ona .so was sot for overy day of the torm, igimiiiiK September U and ending :tobor 10. A capias was issued for Joshua ltine, ho fulled to obey the former order of i0 court Sun'H Novelty Company. George fun's Novelty Company will ! at the Grand noxt Monday and Tnosly evenings. Mr.Sun has surrounded msolf this season with a Rood cominy of metropolitan artists of estnbilied reputation, while ho himself Is 10 of the best jugglers ill America. As s stay is for "two nights only ho is ire to do a good business. Seats uro >w on sulo at Weir's. Charged with Abortion. Tliorfe is somo trouble out on Little heeling creek. Yesterday a farmer lined Imer swore out a warrant cliargg a young man of the neighborhood ith committing an abortion on liner's mghtor. He was arrested by Deputy leriff Pane Garden, who let him go ain under a misapprehension. A jail mmitinent was issued, and the deputy erilT went out to hunt his former isonor. Capt. B. B. Dovener has been igaged for tho prosecution. "Captuiu Knrl" Coming. Charles A. Gardner, in the part of Inntnlti T*nel " n?oinnta n Mim>nnlni> itnral, but picturesque withal, and lie tho centriil flguri of many stirring cidonts. llis voice is heard to adullage in characteristic songs of Geruny, and liis singing' of "Tho l.ilnc," c acconipaniincnt to one of tlie most amatic episodes in the play, is an inresting feature of the performance, e will lie scon in this popular rolo at o Wheeling Opera House next Tuesty evening. The sale of seats opens at ouso's this morning. In Clork Hook's Office. , Two deeds of trust and tho following transfer of real estate wore adittod to record yesterday: A deed made by the city of Wheeling F. Schmoichel for lot >o. 1173 in the aninsulur cemetery, consideration $30. A deed made April 27,1891, by John fbort and wife to William F.fbert afid hers, for their interest in threo parIs of real estate located on Middle 'heeling creek in Ohio county, tho operty of the late John Jifbcrt, deuced. A deed made September 10.1891, by irali Fallauro and husband, Francis iliaure, to J. Thompson McCrackcn in insidoration of $600 for a lot on Charles rect, between Twenty-tlurd and fnlit*il< ninAAifi nu<ii;"ivin HI nnwtic. A marriage license was issued to Robt E, Garden, aged twenty-sovon, a itivu and resident of Monroe county, liio, and I'aulino 11 Mccklo, aged fonty-two, a nativoof Bcltnontcounty, liio, and a residont of Monroe county, liio. To Drill Xcur Ilollatro* The ^heeling Natural Gas Company ih leased a tract of land two miles est of Bellaire ou McMahon'a Creek, lie l&ise calls for a tract four miles [uare, and the timo was limited to ght months for the company to drill id to complete a well, which was to bo cated in the centre of the square. It is been complied with by the company id the proprietors have located it 011 e Hugh Merrett farm, a half mile )rtheast of ?McClainesvilU>. Yestorly morning employees were set to jrk erecting derricks, which they innd to have coijipleteu by Monday, at men lime mo luurpijy i'ruf,, ui wiisngton, I'll., will bo prwont to start tlio achinery anil thoy will push thu work completion rapidly, llioro is every iiaon to believe thatoilTind gas can bo mill 111 those parts, and the people e anxiously awaiting the results of e well. If It proves to be u gushor I (lie land will bo leased in 1'ultnoy wnslilp anil moro wells will bo nut iwn at once. Tliore is a report nltoat ut tlio West Virginia anil .Standard 1 Companies will also drill wells in at township at an early dato. Confirmed. Tho foTorablo impression produced tlio Drat appearance of tho acreeablo luiil fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fow ars ago has been moro than confirmed. tlio pleasant experionco 01 an who ivo used It, and the succoss of tho opriotors and manufacturers tho Calirnia Fir Syrup Company. imw. Fink business and residenco lots for lo at Aloundgvlilu. Rnltlmnro & Ohlo.ltarreftt Kxcnr.slon. September 15 and 30 tho Baltimore & lio Company will sell excursion tickets jm Wheeling and Bellairo to point* tho west, northwest at reduced rates, od returning thirty days from date 01 lo. For particulars enquire of Balti}ro & Ohio agents. LS.Good sells dry goods thu cheapest. OEXERA KKIiLV'S IVILIi * U'livoi Everything to 111* Widow Diirlni Hor Lifetime?Mrs. fiullivun l'm?ro. vliletl for. A special ilispntoh to the Baltimore Sun, dated August nays: "Oakland, Md., Aug. 27.?The will of the lute (ien. B. F. Kelly, who died at hi* country placo, near Oakland, ushort time ago, lion Been admitted to probate in the Orphan's Court for Ciarrott county. Tho will was executed in May last, and was witnessed by Theodore . Leemon, clerk of tho Allegheny court, Or. W. W. Wiley and Mayor D. J. liluckiBton, of C'uuiborlnnd.' The will gives all tho personal estate, money, bonds and investments to tho widow Isabella Kolly, u gcaml daugiiter of tho testator, two-thirds to tho widow and one-third to the grandchild. Tho real entatu i? to bo sold, and tlio proceeds divided bctweon two daughters. Tho realty in Garrett county is valuod at from fifteen to twenty thousand dollars. John J. Kelly Is the executor, but ho will probably renounce tlio trust, as he resides in ban Francisco, and cannot conveniently attend to it.' In a former will General Kelly did provide ior his daughter, Mrs. General Sullivan. In the will that was admitted to probate, however, everything is left to General Kelly's widow, durliiK her l!(n tiinn Mm tnflflinri frtf fl livelihood lor herself anil daughter and is n frail woman. As Mrs. Kelly may live to a great age, Mrs. Sullivan may not derivo much benefit from tho will. NO DECISION REACHED. The Termlnnl Hubicrlptlun Matter Agalu IJcfurroil Vriturilny. The board of county commissioners mot yesterday morning as a finance committee of the whole to consider the matter of paying to tho Wheeling Bridgo and Terminal Railway Company the last installment of tho $300,000 subscribed by the county. All tho membors were present and an informal talk was indulged In. Mr. John A. Howard, as the board's solicitor, delivered a written opinion tp Clerk Pondloton on the subject and it was read to the body. It was decided that the opinion be kept a secret until further advice could be had. Mr. Koch's motion to employ r T ?i,A i...ii,..i t.id viow of tho matter prevailed and Messrs. McGregor and Griino were appointed a committee to wuit on that gentleman, a recess of fifteen minutos being taken for that purpose. At tho expiration of tho recess, the committee returned and reported that Judgo Jacob had boon employed and would prepare the document at the earliest possible time. It was decided to not make -Mr. Howard's opinion public until Judge Jacob shall have given Ills. Tho board adjourned to meet again at the call of the president. ROBINSON'S GREAT EXPOSITION. 1 It Him Ilceu Notably Augmented for tho PruKout Koaiion. Probably tho most colossal as well as the most nervy ainnsemont venture of the day is that inaugurated this season by the management of the John Robinson show?n vonturo requiring an expenditure so enormous that a statement of tho amount would scarcoly be credited by tho general reader. Allusion is here made 'to the production on a scale of magnitude and opulent eplendor never precedentcd of tho new biblical spectaclo of Solomon, his Temple, and the Queen of Shebn, a spectacle prolific in grand sconic eflect, impressive in pomp and pageantry, realistic in reproductions of the patriarchal era, sacred in its biblical associations, and entrancing in its ballets, poses, marchings and groupings. Tho visit of tho Queen of Shoba to King Solomon's court, with her immense and richly costumed retinue, tho judgment of Solomon, tho sacrifices in tiie temple, Solomon's seven hundred wives, the grand processional pageant to ineot and welcome Shoba's lovely queen, the walls onil ntfv ftf Innnartlom the* inrmr ormrt. of Solomon's temple, tho great throne of ivory, the sacrificial ceremonies, tho sacred Ark of the Covenant, the bowitching ballets of lovely Cresset girls, and myriad features that cannot be given in detail, are tho attractions thin wondrous spectacle presents. With Hiich a.desirablo feature added to tho admirable circus, the vast menagerie, and the royal iioman hippodrome, the many canvasses, spacious as they are, should and will be packed from center to circumference by eager and gratified spectators both afternoon and evening, lhe show will exhibit on Wheeling Island September 21. BRIDGEPORT. Current Now* ItoniH from tho old Town iicroMH tlio UWcr. At the M. E. church Sabbath evening there will be given, in place of the usual service, a missionary concert by tho Sabbat li sclioal. One of tho attractive features will bo 11A Colloquy of Na tions," by six young indies dressed in costume to represent the different nations. This, with solos, quartettes, chorus singing and recitations will make a delightful evening, to which the public is cordially invited. Tho work of hauling stono to the reservoir site is necessarily very slow, becauso of tho steep hill. A sulflciont amount to begin with is on tho ground, however, and"the work of laying them will be begun at once. The mains are being laid through the southwest portion of tho town, and will in a very short time bo comploted. Frank Purvis, the C., L. & W. brake* man who was thrown beneath his train at Maywood on Thursday, died at tho residenco of JJavo Heidy in Kirk wood yesterday morning. Purvis was terribly crushod, and was not expected to live as long as ho did. Tiio jEtna company's addition and tho Standard company's addition to their galvanizing plant arc rapidly Hearing completion and will both bo reaily tor operation Boon. Both the C. A 1'. and tho C., L. & W. roadfi brought in large crowds for tho fair yesterday, and tho town was filled with strainers waiting an opportunity to got out. Tho C!., L. A W. company is hauling large quantities of stone and throwing them along tho river bank north of liore to protect thoir trestle work. There will be a meeting of the locture committee in tho basement of the M. E. chnrcli Monday at 7:80 p. m. If yon conld soo your own scalp through an ordinary magnifying glass, you would ho amazed at the amount of dust, dandruff, and dead skin thereon accumulated. The best and most popu lur preparation for cleansing tne scalp \e Ayors Hair Vigor. S ALE of lots nml UUtrlbnt lou of lot* glvfi) free with stock, by tl>o Mouiiilftvllle Mlnlnj; and Manufncturinc Company, at MoundBvlllv, September 23 nml Vi4. Tim Moundsvillo Mininz nnd MnnufacturinL' Company will hold its first (jrimd fiulo of lots "September 23 and 24. I<ot boariug stack will bo withdrawn at n early day. THE HUB-ONE-P Hear! 0 FRIENDS AND PATRIOTS, C Its on tlio end of c THE I Unique, Comprehensive, Mamm , t r 1? btock ot r Wharowith to clotlio and adorn t Grandest and Finest 1 The goodi being now ot tlielr best, don't let t can unci huttafy yourselves thru every word wo ut unapproachable. Kvory day this week on Irresistible ftttllade o the Ikium'S In town to ka*1 1 _ I^'t u? toll vou nlnit You cnn gut more for your money; you liavo moi cowo and go faster; you we tho latent fashion*, t anything iu the way of Clothing. Hut* and KuruI So confluent are we that we can outdistance all c< elsewhere and exatnino?then SPEND YOUH M ED THE BEST VALUES FOB YOUR MONEY. FALL OVi BEAUTIFUL"GOODS A Your cliolco from a stock so varied, so tollor-1 equaled this side of Now York. A mammoth dis] aud stylfoh whicn will he worn duriugthu eomln iiroducta of the most famed clothing mauufaciur fitting and trulye legant?THE ORANDEST 8T0 to ho inconceivable without you ieo for yourself. New F7?I BEAUTIFUL GOODS A All the styles in all erodes, from plain to fln will you tiud even one tltho of the great and auj.c ran always be fitted here in a sensible and la xi for yourselves that our claims of being able to el till lor run nt n In wist imo-hnlf th? nrirn uri> foumli iuimcuK', matchless of muttimoth proportions, stock you will bo pleased with tbo cbcering style ranted the lowest In town. furxisihi Onr large and complete Furnishing Goods Do and unusual things qf the reason. Kvery ftoro i goods for the lcust money, but don't you believe THE One-Price ClotMers, H MARKET AND FPU STE REOPTICON EXHIBITION Free! Fn GhlRj Stereopticon THIS E\ AT Mb Mi 1136 to 1140 F JOSEPH it. McABPIE, Mana; HOUSE & HERRMANN?FU !' 1. i ijiiff :^sLi (ViPY Rtt;H _ "" /*?// . Is what WE hold out to you CARPETS and STOVES from ' monts, as we don't expect j sick or out of work. HOUSE & V. 18QO IVtAII ?THE CH! Laugti % J/ fi'sjh Softens the Cu ir Controls tho t^S\ Mothers will find I \ll IF * gentle deep. and I -1 ftssssEsS JOHN 1205 MARK mountt/nk AXiZJIAU DEPARTMENTS?Preparatory, Collegiate, P< Dlbllciil, Military. ADVANTAGE?Four Term I Gymnasium and Observatory, Elective Courses. I. TEIUI* OPEN?Fall, Au?. 2i, "HI; Winter, tfoi ,au8 saw For liuormi rice clothiers. >h, Hearll WIZENS AND STRANGERS! I ivcryboily's tonguo, HUB'S rtt 1" ubut vii.Kumit uiiuiuu^njiicont all Goods, ho Hiclo sex is beyond a doubt tlio Ever Seen in tbe City, he orawji irct alicncl or yon. Come at oarlv u,.. lor in print Is buckuii up by tlio Kwli SlJSS I. baiwiin* Such In foci 111 wonlil l,miknii?, ? uy uio auvantages you uavv in dealing ?hv?H ro to eliootu from; tiling are nower, l^uitKtii lie best ??f designs, all the vtylfb: y0a cu-ii.siij; M .siting Good* tbut you can iMtfdblv wUnt ?r<W nnpetitlon that wo sav; Come here ami lo,*- H ONKY WilKlUS YOU THINK VOL' ABE uinj1 ERCOATSi iND ARTiSTIC STYLES. Ike, so elegaut, so gigantic n$ to U itosltively cn. I play, which ombrucos everything OtsiniMo ,g season. An assortment radiant with thccbojcai H t?rs of the East?all thoroughly Rood, honest. l-T, CK IK TOWN BY LONG Obbs. Prices toWi I -LSU ITS! I ND AUTISTIC STYLES. est, are now nt their best. No where in thedl I ?rb stock we display, and as a matter ol coutwjiJ H irlous manner. l'uy u visit of Innpectlott Mint Ivo you quite as good in everyway us a taerchiy H jdon fact.' Our stock cut brace* everything; it * All through our comprehensive and magnified s nnd surprised ut tho small priecj, w hlcliurvta. H :ng- GOODS. pnrtmeut Ih full to overflowing with alt the uni I onnd town will tell you that they have thu ta 'em. None eati compare with hub! atters and Furnishers, I RTEENTH STREETS. -WHEELING INSTALMENT CO. ?e! Free! k_2sTD /EN1NG, I ran?; ieit Co.'s Stel MARKET ST. I gcr. RN1TURE, CARPETS, ETC. Ii I m ' I 1a ffSM SUPPORT, I when you buy FURNITURS^B us on Weekly or Monthly H 'ou to pay us when you a [ERR MANN,I J STHgBTi. I LP'S CURE WHEN TEETHlNO.-M Mil's Infant Cordial| n... Allays the Pain, Bedum I Qowets, Curing Summer Complaint, /-r >rhmn Flatulence. Wind Colic, &C- 4r* t very valuable* The child will be relieved, r? J**ke up cheerful, happy,'and kthng < <- *'; DL and will refund tne p/itc of etcry I*'" 'RICE as CENTS. G. McLAIN & SON. PROPRIETORS, ET STREET, WH EELINC. i>N COLLECBm OB, OHIO. Mt jru.liinto, Normal, JlarioMi. Muife, P an. 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