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CLOAK DEPARTMENT-STONE 6. THOMAS.
By the hundreds took advantage of our big Cloak Sale the past week,
The extraordinary low prices whch we have placed on Cloaks
will be continued this week. If you want to save
dollars you can do so by coming to our
stores for your Cloaks.
DRESS GOODS BARGAINS
Our Dntss Goods Dkpautmknt ia complete with all tho Latent Novoltica.
We oirer tho following inducements this week:
40-lnch wide Striped raid Plaid Cloths nt 17o
l!0-lnch wido Striped und l"Maid Cashmere at 25c
?10-inch wido All Wool Homespuns at 49o
40-inch wido Bedford Cordu at.. 45u
40-inch wido French Bedford COrda at 75c
Black Dress Goods
oOc All Wool lilurTc Cashmero ut..
(!2jeSfi(in Ifayo Ciralimcro ?t..
90c I'.lnck Henrietta Cloth ut..
SI Silk Wurp Honr-iottit Cloth nt
SI 35 811k Warp Ifunrlotta Cloth nt
Examino our lino of Ptre?n Uoods and Cloaks.
There's monov in It for you.
Stone & Thomas,
M.J M'FADDEN-MEN'S UNDERWEAR.
IT is hardly necessary in the chill of early Win
ter to remind yon of the need of warm I'xnru.
wi'aii, but in the prices below you will find a
valuable reminder of
WHERE TO GET THEM AT A BIG SAYING.
Heavy Merino Shirts and Drawers.
Heavy Canton Flannel Drawers.
Heavy .Soft Finish Morino Shirts and Drawers,
lleavv Canton Flannel Drawers.
Heavy All Wool Med .Shirts ami Drawers.
Fine Camel's Hair Shirts ami Drawers.
The Beat Morino .Shirts and Drawers.
Tho Best Cnnton Flannel Drawers.
Fine Striped Merino Shirts and Drawers.
Good Red Wool Medicated Shirts and Drawers.
Fine White Wool Shirts and Drawers.
Extra Fine Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers.
Kxtra Fine Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers.
Double Thread AVool Shirts and Drawers.
Tho Vcrv Finest Scarlet Shirts and Drawers.
ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF.
The Very Best Imported Natural-Wool Shirts i\nd
The Very Best Imported Canyel's Hair Shirts and
One-Price Hat and Sliirt Store,
CHEAPEST STORE IX IVifr.EMXfi, '
1320ancH322 Market St.,'Wheeling.
JACKETS--GEO. M. SNOOK 4. CO.
THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME
Is presented to buyers this week in our Cloak Department. We
have secured the remainder of the stock of those celebrated,
high shouldered, medium weight, imported BLACK STOCKINET
Jackets, sizes from 32 to 42 inches, for which we have had such
a phenomenal sale in past seasons, and propose giving the benefit
of our wonderful bargain to the trade.
175 Jackets at $3.95 Each, the Regular $8 Quality.
150 Jackets at $5.85 Each, the Regular $12 Duality.
We make the above LOW PRICES in order to dispose of them
rapidly, as our Cloak Room is crowded with hundreds of other
styles, and we have not the space to accommodate this spe
Newmarkets at $5 Each. This is a Fraction of their Value,
SSr The most Stylish Cloaks and Dress Goods in the State.
SSS" All Wool Country Blankets from $2 90 up.
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
MO. 111Q 7^K1N STREET.
RUTH, YOU ARE
And we would be pleased to show your parents our
Fall Line of
Furniture, Carpets and Housafurafshings!
On Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments.
HOUSE & HERRMANN,
xaoo 3vr-a.iw street.
U 111 cm Nun. 'id anil X7 Knur too nth St root.
Mcn'fl Underwear?M. J. McKuililou?Klghth
fluid Unn*l l!n?lleh Wnro?Ewlug llru?.
For Kent A Now 1Ioii.hu,
Fmtieh I'imh-II. K. llolircni
For biilc?Two Horm?*.
Yotun 'Mrl Wmit* ? Hitnntioii.
I'lniici Tunlnx?F. \V. Uuunier.
John NY. Myh'n?ArilM.
Now l< ilio 11 tin'?I. 0. Dillon it Co.
Fur Si!-.'?Wii'l'llltKtoii I'lilCC.,
Hi ?olutloni of Sympathy,
UK) now ntyli'H in real Tortolno Shell llnlr
rluv. Tlii??o i;oo?1r In on Saturday
nml will bo Hold nt very low prlrcn,
1. <>. IHU.ON Ht CO.,
lll'TCMKllS AMI MI'.CIIANICH
For Warmth, Comfort nml Durability
?houhl weitr our eolohruted All Wool noil
Woritod Knit darlieli. ArmiiIn for do rot*
Hygienic Underwear, rocoiiiuiemlud by
nil prominent pit) hIi'Iuii*, at
(J. 11 l-lhH ?t SONS,
Morehnut Tailor* nml Omit*' l oinUliorn,
13SM nml 15183 Market Street.
IT you rnnnot don nml need SpnctnelM,
you idiould cull oo im ami have yon.* eyes
tented without. charge, linvu tlio Miirnt
liiHtruniciitii and inoro experience than any
other Optician In tlm state, onil gunrnntou
I kutlnl.ictlou or iooih'v refunded,
?1A CO II W. OIU7XHI,
Jpwolur mul Optician,
Corner Twelfth illul Murkot St recti.
flUtftON'tf ami DOUGIirjtTV'S pure rye
htakle* at tho OKANi) Ol'KllA IIOL'MIJ
Clerk llook yesterday admitted to
record onl* deed of trust ami a deed
hia'de .September 5, by Walter 11. Hay, of
('a I la m county, Wash"., to George H. mid
Alfred Caldwell, in consideration of$300,
tlio undivided one-twelfth interest in
tl:e south half of lot 11M in Chaplinoand
Foil's addition, lviiiir on the east hide of
Chapiino street, in the Fifth ward.
In tho I'ollcu Court.
In the police court yesterday morn
lug Tliomns Wright. who iliil wrong lit
the l'ewiky station the duy hotore, was
lined ??"> mid costs, und In default of tlie
cash went to tho hill for thirty days.
Annie Whipple, who wns kicking in
windows nnd things like that at the .St.
Charles hotel yesterday morning, was
lined $"i and ciwts, and not li:tviny the
money went to jail for ten dava.
Slight I'lro Yomerdny.
About live o'clock yesterday morning
tlio hook and ladder force was called by
telephoneto tho Cull house, on Maiii
street, adjoining tho Arion building,
where flames had been discovered in
the joists of the first story, supposed to
have originated from a natural gaa lire.
The Hancock extinguishers were used
on the blaze for an hour and a half be
fore the lire was extinguished.
Tho A lion KalfcovlHlto.
The first "Kallbevisite" of the season
will bo held at the Arion club house
this afternoon. The following ladies
have charge of all arrangements: Mrs.
F. .Sellwertfeger,Mrs. F. Driehorst, Mrs.
George Bremer, -Mrs. John Fricdel, Mrs.
.1. Klutt, Mrs. Jul. Schaefer, Mrs. John
I.ntz, Mrs. Leo Kiester, Mrs. C. Kirbach,
Mrs. Theodore Holler, Mrs. \V. F. Stifel
and Mrs. Charles Killmyor.
Tho 1'Uuotrio I.lght I'liuit.
The excavation for the boilor house
at the city's electric light plant was fin
ished lust evening, and the foundations'
will on beznn to-day. Work on I he
main building is suspended, owing to
the failure of tlio man representing the
engine builders to come 011 and stake
oil' the engine foundations. lie lias
been expected for several days, and, ii
he doos not arrive to-dav, Mr. ;-'oe!ov
will try to arrange matters so that the
work can go 011 anyhow.
I.eft Without Farewell.
T. K. Caullield, whohas been running
a music store at the -Market .square, has
left the city, So far as known he did
not go to the formality of saying fare
well, but some of his creditors found he
had gone, and yesterday there were at
tachments sworn out for the stock he
left by the Itcahter, New*. C. E. Van
Kcuren and M. J. Brilles, the amounts
claimed being about enough in the ag
gregate to oat up what stock he left. I t
is said thcro are other dobts owed by the
Water DogH in tliu IMpuri.
For a day or two there has been trou
ble with the water pipes which supply
the city building. Yesterday the water
was turned oil and an examination
made, which revealed that a large fat
water dog had been carried into the
pipe by the force of the pressure, and
had stuck there, efl'gctually blocking
the pipe. Another was removed from
the supply pipo to the water board's
office, it is a mystery how so large an
animal could get through the pumps
and into the supply pipes, vet the same
kind of trouble is not infrequently ex
perienced where there are large supply
To Put Now Nin 11 cm On.
Stono masons were ongaged yesterday
in cuttinir from the stone in the corner
of the new jail foundation tho names of
the former members of the Hoard of
County Commissioners. When asked
what this was for they said the names of
the present members" wero to bo carved
on the stone. Perhaps a nother succeed
ing board will yet have an opportunity
to obliterate th'ese names and engrave
on tho record for posterity their own
names. It may in the future become
fashionable to carve thereon a new set
of names as often as new men come into
tho board, which would be as appropri
ato as tho present change. The names
already there were those of the men
under whose administration the jail was
planned and begun, and they deserve
the credit for tho building.
(?ratifying to All.
The high position attained and the
universal acceptance and approval of
tho pleasant liquid fruit remedy, Svrup
of Figs, as the most oxccllont laxative ,
known, illustrate tn'o value of the qual
ities on which its success is based and
are abundantly gratifying to tho Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company. JJifcW
For To-day and Friday.
1 lot Nowmarkots at $1 98, reduced
from ?10, $13 and $15.
1,000 now Jackets, 20 per cent less
than value. Stone & Thomas.
The following is an example of what
is dono in Wheeling building associa
tions. A young man liad four shares,
paid $1 each week for 304 weeks, S30-1.
lie drew out at end of that time $5*20.
Try tho new Wheeling Building Asso
ciation. Meets at oilico of Franklin
Insurance Company every Saturday
Jj. V. Blond is sole agent for E. C.
Burt.'s celebrated fine shoes. Ti'iey uro
tho best, finest and far superior in style
and fit than any other make. Call and
see them at 1135 Main street.
Orders by telephono, telegraph or
postofllco orier for pure Pennsylvania
Kyo Whisky will receive prompt atten
tion by M. E. Lally, L'lOO'IvIaia utrcflt.
Telephone No. G3U.
THE TERMINAL- BONDS
To bo Flvo-tHlrtlos ami to Boar
Int.oroBt nt 41-2 Por Gout,,
VARIOUS IMPORTANT MATTERS
Considered by tin* Iloiiril of County
CoininlMMioiici'* YoNtcrtlny?'Tlio Ac
tion of tho Kiimticc Committee
Hutltlcil in AU?Tho National Uoutl.
At the Hpoblal meeting of die Hoard
of County Commissioners yestorday
forenoon the action of tin* tlnauco com
mit tco at its rerunt meeting in refer- j
once lo a number of important matters .
was confirmed. Tho recommendation I
that tho committee bo ompowerod to !
tako the necessary steps to assume eon-1
trol for the county of the National road (
was adopted, which means that us soon
as the noeossnry ordinanco can bo
passed the caro of tho road will pass
into tlio hands of the county, and it
will once more bo put in good con
dition, bonds being issued to pay for
Tho recommendations in reference to
the expenses of tho county coroner
wore also adopted. Tho increase of As
sessor Jilanchard's salary was approved,
but that of Assessor Zone, of tlio coun
try district, was referred bacic for fur
ther investigation. It is understood
that several of the members of the
board think .Mr. Zauo should have a
greater increase than tho committee
Tho main matter that came up tor
consideration by the board was the or
dinance in reference to the issuing of
bonds for tho ?100,000 duo the Termi
nal company. It was decided to issue (
L'OU bonds of the uniform denomination
of .>>00, and that they should bear in
terest at tho rate of 4$ per cent. They
arc redeemable at any timo after live
years, and must be redeemed at tho end
of thirty years. The ordinanco has a
new feature for this locality?^ pledges
tho faith of Ohio county that at least
$8,000 shall be levied and collected, and
appropriated in each voar from and in
cluding 1S02, to pay' tho interest and
principal. Tho annual interest being
si,?00, this leaves a sinking fund of &V
oOOeaeh year to bo paid on the princi
pal, and in tho llrst five years, when
none can bo redeemed, $17,t300 will ac
cumulate for the redemption of bonds
in 1800. The money so appropriated is
to 1)0 used for no other purposo, but is
to be deposited in the Merman bank,
which bank is to pay to the county
per cent interest per annum on tho
money in its hands to tno credit of
The board granted tho politionsot tho
St. Alphonsus Orphan Asylum and tho
Homo for Friendless Women for exemp
tion from taxation, both being chari
Clifton K. Morris was licensed to
practice law. W'yley Cox was elected a
justice of the peace for Liberty district.
AN OFFICIAL wnoxorcn
I5y a False Report !?ut A Hunt l?y Interested
Stories have appeared in the Wheel
ing papers about a little difficulty with
a woman near Kenwood which Deputy
Slierill' Jones, of .Marshall county, had.
Gentlemen in the city from Mounds
ville yesterday claimed, in talking to an
I.nti:i.i.igi:n'ck:: reporter, that these
stories as published do a great injustice
to Mr. Jones, tvlio is a verv ellicient
oliicer. One gentleman said he had
taken particular pains to look into the
affair, and found the facts as follows;
31 r. Jones went to Kenwood to summon
?witnesses for the grand jury, and among
others lie had a summons for the man
whose wife it is claimed was insulted.
The deputy was informed in Kenwood
that the man was at home, and he at
once called there. A woman met him
at the door and in answer to his ques
tion said lie was not at home. Jones
then asked her if sho was his wife or if
nny member of his family was present.
To both queries she replied in the neg
ative. The otlicer then proceeded to
tack the summons on the door, which
was his duty in case neither the person
sought nor any member of his family
could be found.
While he was thus engaged the wo
man blurted out: "You people down
there at Moundsville are getting d?d
inquisitive/' and a lew more remarks
The officer felt certain that the man
ho sought was in tlio house or hid
ing near and lie was not in a very good
humor, so after standing the taunts and
curses of the woman as long as he could,
ho replied in about the same kind of
language that'she was using so fluently
and which she seemed to understand so
perfectly, and having finished tacking
the notice on the door he left'and
thought no more of the matter until he
heard they were trying to raise such a
muss about it.
The husband of this woman was
drunk in Moundsville a few weeks since
and \yas arrested and lodged in jail, stay
ing under Deputy Sheriir Jones's caro
for some time, and loft with the feeling
a prisoner usually has lor the jailor.
Much trouble lias been experienced in
getting Kenwood witnesses before the
grand jury and Judge Paull has issued
rules for many of them. Kven at the
present term all of them refused to ap
pear, although dozens of summonses
were served in Kenwood, l'or years
(lie officers have had trouble over "these
matters, and it seems to bo getting
worse all the time, all manner of means
being resorted to to evade the officers
and inconvenience them.
When the hair shows signs of falling,
begin at oncc to use Avers Hair Vigor.
11ns preparation strengthens the scalp,
promotes the growth of new hair, re
stores the natural color to gray and
faded hair, and renders it soft, pliant,
and glossy. iuw
L.S.Good sells dry goods the cheapest.
Rots Clothes and
THE HUD -ONE-PRICE CLOTHIEFir,.
lusii of M
At our store since early in tS-io Fall has kept
us'on the "go," while yesterday our regu
lar force and many extra salesmen fairly
flew around the store. They had to :,the
crowd made 'em. There's no such stock
of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings as ours any
where, and the multitude seems to know it
Come here and buy. Our immense assort
ment, superb stock and unapproachable low
prices decide the matter, and we're kept
on the jump.
There's no Substitute for Thoroughgoing, Ar
dent and Sincere Earnestness. "
We put our earnestness into every detail -of our busi
ness?earnest in keeping our stock complete, to
the very brim of fullness; earnest in making
The Peoples' Store.
Doubly earnest in selling our goods from ij
to 2^ per cent less than any other house in
the State. Earnestness with us means wide-'
awake, thoroughgoing, liberal. Do you won
der that' we're doing the business of the town, and that it's
rapidly increasing? It'll pay you to visit our
store this-week. Our sizes and assortments
are perfect now, and you'll see the results of
untiring efforts to please you.
If you want an Overcoat, if you want a Suit, if you
want a Boy's or Child's suit, if you want a
pair of Trousers, if you want Under
wear, if you want a Hat,
Double up the value of your money by going at once to
One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Fnrnishers,
MARKET AND FOURTEENTH STREETS.
WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.
AKE YOU HOUSEKEEPING!
TIio dream of maidenhood is lo
marry tlio Iuhai, Man?The dream of
the married woman is to become mis
tress of the Idea I, Home?Have ynu
ono??Thefirstideal is not always obtain
able!; the latter maybe realized by any
woman, no matter how limited her
means, if she possesses taste, practices
judicious economy and is on our credit
list.?Much depends upon the selection
of all that is necessary to make an ideal
DRAPERIES?PICTURES?CLO C K S,
etc., should be selected with much care
and tasto. On the taste displayed in
tlio selection of these goods depends in
u great measure the ideal home?Years
of experience in the HOME FURNISH
ING business,and our thorough knowl
edge of tho requisites for a room or
suite of apartments and their arrange
ment therein lo produco an artistic
cliect, enables us to give valuable as
sistance to those who purchase their
outfit at our stores?Remember, you
can purchase from us on easy weekly
semi-monthly?or monthly payments
everything necessary for housekeeping.
?WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.
Very little ready cash is required to
lake advantage of our credit system?
Once admitted to our easy crcdit list
the rest is feasible of accomplishment?
ATWO-DOLLAR DILL AS A STARTER
entitles you to TWENTY-TWO DOL
LARS' WORTH OF GOODS 011 SIX
MONTHS'CREDIT, reduced by weekly
payments of one dollar?Somi-monthly
payments 0: two dollars?or monthly
payments of four dollars?A ONE
DOLLAR BILLentillesyou toTWKLYE
DOLLARS' WORTH OF GOODS 011
THREE MONTHS' CREDIT?Reduced
by weekly payments of .10 cents?Semi
monthly payments of ono dollar, or
monthly payments of two "dollars?All
goods delivered freo of charge?Satis
factory arrangements made for small
or large bills with
1136 to 1140 MARKET ST.
JOSEl'H if. lic.'liiPIi:, Malinger.
CBIUX IS TEN MINUTE!
?roil SALE uv Uncooisn.?
JL U A ClXAi: AND 1'iUaEXTAl
HEKD THE- TRI7ILOF
A Separate Verdict Wanted from
1. I find tliflt Joe Jacobs has tho finest
assortment of Full ami Winter (tooik
I find that his Clothing is the'boat
3. 1 find that ovcry customer is treated
4. 1 iind that everybody gets his mon
ey's worth there.
5. 1 find that his ?3, $4, $?">. ?7, ??>
and ?10 Suits arc the best made and tho
cheapest in town.
6. 1 iind that his Children's Overcoats
at $2, $3, $4, $o and $0 are worth double
7. I lind that, as he buys for cash, ho
cannot be undersold.
8. 1 find that his *1, $2, $1, H Si end
SGSuitsnrctho brat fitting for tho money.
9. 1 lind that he has the nicest assort
ment of rants.
10. 1 Jind that the quality of his goods
is tho best,
11. I find that you can put more for one
dollar hero than anywhere else.
12. I ntrreo with the other Jurymen
that JOK JACOUS has a reputation for
honesty and square dealing.
OPINION OKTIIKJI.'U'iK:?Uiion this v.t!
I fillilJOK 4ACOIIS ;;iii!tv .<'!."T1!I>'x
HATS, KUIINISIIIMS (JOUl).-. YIM'NICS a I
VAl.IaKS clicnpor tint a any house in Wine!!"
1054 MARKET STREET,
oeir, Opposite tho rppvr Mii:!
EGGER, WARRICK &. CO.
w niftak Beirfiffii.
Words cannotoxpio ; the IW.uly r.n<!
Style of the exquisite conceptions ;:i
. IflKETS AND CiU
Thilt wo shall limr show you. N'' r
before have we Miown anything ?!'*
jironchiu',' i-o ninynlticoui and esciu*
hive an uworimcat of
Ranging in Prico from $2 to $35.
Wo lmvo ?romnn1ii'?"',l
Inmost and licst ac!
gliowu, and hnveturpn-M.d a:l i<:
cU'ortJ>. ivjiuethinj; very pretty ?n'i
Camel's Hair Broadcloths, Ciiaviols, Etc.
WflAB AN ft HOSIER
Our Mock comprise x every \ r ;
Stylo anil Size. and no
von want in this linn we '>?' ?' ''
I'll Ik is chen;>. hut ourp >o?l ? ? ??* i,r/.'
SI'KAK FoilTIIKMHI'.lA 1''? A:;'; "rf
invoice received oi tho?e sjrc.i
UMBRELLAS AT S1--00'
Yy"A.NA.MAKJCH it BKO\V.\'.
2,000 Hew Fall aai Wsr'Sa?"5
???B SUITS ASB OVW ; 'U
J. V.I. FERRER
aul7 ? Agent, Cur. Main r.ud i v -