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A CARPET SALE-STONE & THOMAS.
A CARPET SALE
FOR THE NEXT THREE DAYS
That fill Draw Hundreds of Carpet Bayers!
W UA.T Vt7-E QIT-ZTrECR.:
75 Rolls Tapestry Brussels, at 41 cents.
90 Rolls Tapestry Brussels, at j3c, worth 75c.
68 Rolls Lowell and Hartford Body Brussels,
at #1.00, worth $1.35.
20 Rolls Hemp Carpet, at 8 3-40, worth 15c.
45 Rolls Extra Heavy Union Carpet, at 39c,
28 Rolls All-Wool Carpet, at 48c.
75 Rolls Best All-Wool Carpet made, at 64c,
Stone & Thomas.
P. S.?These prices are for Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday only. TERMS CASH,.
" SPRING STYLE HATS-M. J. MTflDDEN. _
What Do You Think of These !
We Show Here Two Of Oiir New Spring Styles
Whicli are the Neatest Young Men's Hats Oat.
THE GORDON. . THE CARLTON.
BLACK AM) IiltOWN. ' BLACK AND BROWN.
$210 and $3 00. ?195 and ?2 50.
We have also all the staple blacks in Stiff Hats
at Si 00, $1 50, $1 90, $2 40.
Soft Hats, 50c, 75c, $1 00, $1 jo, $1 75, $200
100 Styles children's Hats and Caps, new pat
terns, 25c and 48c Our prices always- the lowest.
M. J. McFADDEN.
Leading One Prise Hatter and Furnisher,
1320 and 1322 Market Street,
CLOAK DEPARTMENT?GEO. M. SNOOK 4 CO.
Reefers and Blazers, with Bell Skirts to match. Military Cape New
markets. Imported and Domestic Capes. Reefers and Blazer? in all
lengths, colors, sizes and price?. Infants', Children's and Misses' Wcaps.
Our CLOAK DEPARTMENT is larger and more attractive than it ever
has been. Our prices will bear the most critical investigation and com
Dress Goods Department
Hundreds of handsome Imported Dress Patterns, of which no two are
alike. Bedford Cord Suitings in wide, narrow, wave and two tone effects.
45 shades in Henriettas alone. Silk Warp Glovias for street and even
ing wear. Whipcords, Foule Cloths, Cheviots and Crepelines in all the
new spring shades. Benutifui color combinations in figured India and
Glace Silks. Exceptionally large and varied lines of novelty and plain
Dress Goods to sell at the popular price of 50c per yard. Our stock of
Dress Goods is reputed to be the choicest and most select in the State.
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
SOMETHING GAPTIYATING ID FURNITURE
Is Our $25" Oak Bed Room Suite.
$3 Cash and $i Per Week.
HOUSE & HERRMANN,
"The Honsefurnishersj'v 1300 Main Street,
Xotlco to Contractor*.
v?r?f.e?Household and KItclicn Ftimltorc. j
... ,'tklo l'lMcd liaok?Wheeling Tjilo
.?'V"koi.,,tr?t '"fopcrljr for Salu-l'cilxxlj Iu.
Bolo?sione <1- niomiw-KlKtiili 1'nito.
rum lwy-U UtinUllnRiOo.-Filth
Ifeekl Tort! ltock!?Elflbtlj I'lgc.
^nnloil? Hlttiation iu L'li'rk.
IS?."'.' Xou "luututioo.' c?tverl?Ewl.t? ltro?.
lu-iiJr corp" nJ^ ierary Kn,ortnlnmcut?Uolllllny !
olwrj iIoukw.v Kaotljr AITulr.
Mylei' Art Unllrry.
Opero Hotiso?Ml>3 Agnes Huntington.
I or Tun IH)'.Onlv-1?(|. Dillon ,tr?.
Moon? "ou,u~all|Pllc<1 !,y ttiu Light ot the
^Hjirtne ?n<l Summer (iomU-G 11. Wlecler i
Wlra Workt-W. ft Alllion.
llano Moving?1'. W. ltaumcr <fc Co.
t on MKM ONLY.
We nro now In rrei-lpt or tlio llnutlic m<?l
C?U,P*#"* 'l?? of I'nrolxn un<l I>o.
hl??"*ng Overcoating* aad l'nncy
* .e.V?r Introduced to tho trade.
rjuUloiinbla isal up and quality ot cloth
?lUliitifcrt. 1 lid ljlu: run on our Uflo Half
Ito." contlnnw, C. HESS fi MI.NH,
rn.liionnblo Merchant Tnllor. nnd ?]onl.'
?ni? Slll,,a 1383 ?tlurtlot ^trcou
of ltnllro^il. otrnlncr n
ni'tV.I.., 'u.pectlon can
Vi . ,lar w'"0,li orunr umIto, nt Cnui.
" fo,v "0?st ?l?Uol
ivayuionda at Bid 00.
Jacob w. onunu,
wowclcr, Cor. Twelfth and Market Struct*.
Cain? J lore to bo Blnrrled.
Hugh A. Whitcsidos, agod tivonty
nine, and Henrietta Havliu, agod thir
ty, both of Washington county, Pa.,
woro 011 tlio list of those who got mar
riage licenses yesterday. Thoy repaired
to tho rosidonco of Rov. Dr. McUluro
With the paper and ho united them in
matrimony, after which thoy left for
Tlio Connollsvillo Railroad.
Engineer Gil Brown was back in town
Yesterday. Mr. Brown lias chargo of
tlio preliminary survey for tho new
Lonncllsvillo railroad, which ho thinks
will bo a moat profitable road. Jteturn
ing homo liecamo on a steamboat.as far
as Pittsburgh, and though tho trip wtfs
by water, ho complains that it was tho
driest ono iie over tool:.
1 .. u?w?? ?tawjuiiv, lUK
ins along Ins red Irish setter, with the
intention of purchasing a suitable mate
Jor nun, aim goin" into dog culture.
,. ? ?r?nm was also accompanied by
his clarionet, and ho will blow, in
~3t tones, tho praises of his prizo
To View tlio Ro:ul.
The committees of viewers appointed
by tlio County Commissioners the other
(lay to inspect the* location of proposed
now roads or re-locations of old roads,
went out to Liberty district yesterdav
and examined tho situation of tho pro"
posed short cut oil* across the farm of
-ur. Gillian Beall, Thero was quite an
assembly of neighbors present and the
matter was gone into verv thoroughly
on the spot. " "
A Temporary Factory.
The cleaning np of thc.sito of Donald
son, Lewis & C'o.'s burned carrlago fac
tory makes good progrcs?, but it will be
a- least three months before the new
factory can bo completed ready lor oc
cupancy. ? The firm lias secured a part
P?.dlo-v wagon works from'tlio
>Yest Virginia Tobacco Companv, with
powor, for use in the meantime." This
is a very convenient arrangemeat, and
tlio firm was fortunate to lind fiosatis
lactorv a temporary location.
The City llaulc Building.
The Otis elevator, in tho new City
Bank building, put in by W. 13. Rich
ards, was tested yesterday, and worked
to the satisfaction of the owners of the
building- Ins worked by an artesian
well, entirely independent of tho city
water works. The test was quite sovere
lor tho first movo. but the machinerv
woilfed most satisfactorily. A number
of guests, who had been invited to en
joy the trip, also took in tho complete
arrangements of the building. " This
structure is a monument to Mr. Hcnrv
K. List's loyalty to Wheeling, and the
pride of its citizens.
Mile.** Nerve ami Liver I'ills. j
Act on a new principle?regulating I
tho liver, stomach and bowels through I
the nerves. A new tliscovorv. Dr. Miles' i
Pills speedily euro biliousness, bad )
taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation,
bnequaled for men," women and cliil-1
dron. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fittv
doso3,25c. Samples ireo, at Tbo Losaii S
Drug Co.'s. 'l *
A GREAT CARPET SALE. Road .Stono !
We will match our Strawberry Ilams '
against anv hams in tho United Statos I
lor cut aud delicacy of flavor. |
Call and see 2,000 samples of goodj 1
for Gents' Spring Suits at J. W. For-1
rel s, azent for Wanamaker it Brown, 1
corner .Main and Twentieth streets.
A Van fn!U Turalve I'oet ulTn IlooC nnd Is
J'rolmbljr fatally Injured.
By falling olTa roof, William Ilnrderall,
a young man about twoaty-ono ycara old,
hurt himself so Bovoroly vnstorday that
it is feared his injuries may roatilt fatal
ly. Fritz was working for R. V. Arkle,
tho tinner, on tho roof In the roar of
Heckor's old tin shop, adjoining tlio
Hightb ?ward lioso house. In uiovifig
about ho stopped on tho putter at tho
edge, nnd by tho breaking of tho rottpn
wood was thrown to tho earth. Ho full
on tho nido of his faco, and lay uncon
scious for an hour and n half. Dr.
Schwiim was summoned, and aftir
working with him awhile brought him
?The man's faco and head ivora badly
bruised, and blood flowed in a stream
from his uose. As soon as ho was able
to move tho patrol wagon took him np
to his boarding house 011 Maiu street.
Tho fall was from 11 height of only
twolvo feot, and a poeularlty about tho
accident is tho fact that a bov who was
working 011 tho roof with 1 ritz fell to"
tho ground at tho samo timo, but was
A Itaro Oporatlo Trout in tstoro for
Theatre-goers nro anxiously waiting
tho appcajfanco of Miss Agnes Hunting
tdn and her splendid , opora comiquo
company, who nro to play a short on
gagomonl iu this city, beginning Mon
day noitt at the Opera House, in l'lan
quetto's charming operas, "Captain
Xhcreso" nnd "l'nnl Jones." Tho com
pany consists of over Eovcuty artiits.
Tho scenery nnd costumes are said to
be very elaborato and beautiful, nnd
tho genornl production of an unusually
high order, and undoubtedly tho best
show 011 tlio road this Ecason. Miss
Huntington's social standing will bo of
great'assistance to her during her stay
in this city, that is,' if eho
needed any oilier than that givon her
by nature in a splendid voice, pleasant
personality and beautiful figure, She
went over to London a year or two ago
unheralded and unknown, and it was
with some fear and trepidation that a
.London manager gave her an opportun
ity to bo heard in Plnnquctto's "Paul
Jones." Her triumph was instantan
eous and tho London press heralded iter
fame and ability with great onthusiasin,
she singing ill "Paul Jones" threo hun
dred nnd forty-six times consecutively
at the Princo of Wales'theatre ^Lon
don. Since that timo her pass as a star
has been clear and she now holds the
same sway over theatre-goers in her
nativo land as sho did in London., Tho
sale of seats opens at (J. A. House's
music store this morning.
The farco comedy which i3 to bo 60011
at tho Opera IIouso to-morrow night
has boon sl:ippiug for (several seasons,
and does not seem to have lost any of
tho vivacity or freshness which made it
so great a success when it was first pro
duced. It has outlived several other
similar picccs, and is said to bo making
as big a hit this voar a$ ever. With a
good cast and taking specialties it will
bo a long timo before it lose3 its power
illC Knotty Affair."
The good things said of the comedy to
be given at the Opera llouso this even
ing by a capable east/headed by John
C. Rice, always a Wheeling favorite,will
doubtless be merited by tho perform
ance here. It has proved a popular
success everywhere. Mr. Rico has not
spared mo.nev or effort to make a great
production, and tho result is a wcalth..of
attractions seldom seen combined in
ono performance. Tho seats arc on
sale at C. A. House's music store, and
as was to be expected, there has been an
active demand for them. '
W. It. C. Kntcrtalnmnnt.
The ladies of Ilolliday Corps No. 1,
"W. I*. C., will give a musical and liter
ary entertainment this evening at G. A.
R. hall. The programme will consist of
instrumental, vocal and violin solos,
recitations, eta, by prominent and tal
ented persons of tho city. Tlnfre has
been a heavy drain upon the relief fund
of this corps" this winter, and the ladic3
hope to replenish this by charging a
small admission fee. Refreshments will
bo served, and there will doubtless bo a
good attendance, as theso entertain
ments arc always*enjoyable.
j <,- ? ? ?
An Important Difference.
To make it apparent to. thousands,
who think themselves ill, that they are
not affected with any disease, but* Unit
tho systein simply needa cleansing, is to
bring comfort homo to their hearts, as
acostivo condition is easily cured by
us&ftSyrup of Figs. Manufactured by
the California Fig Syrup Co. d^w *
Yellow and white Chamois Gloves,
D'Irland laco in white,?'cream and tan.
Black and colored silk skirts. New
colors and styles chiffon.
IS and 20 Eleventh street.
A inc. CAltPET SALE. Iioad Stouo &
Great Bargains in lino Shoes at
I.. V. Bi.oxnV
HEYMANN BREWING CO.'5 BOCK BEER.
?r AMtftKA. jk
rock and Little Cupid
the God of Love.
FREE to our friends
and patrons on St. Pat
THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS.
FREE to our patrons
and friend omSt. Pat
EASY 10 LOCATE,
IT isn't hard to find the reasons
for the continued stream of peo
ple in our store. It's easier than
finding, anything on a map.
They come and come again be
cause everything is right. Prices'
and quality and vast quantities to
Select from, and we always have
something of special interest. Dur
ing this week we shall offer special
bargains in Neligee Shirts, also
another new "and elegant line of
Neckwear at 25 and 50 cents,
which we guarantee equal to
any offered elsewhere at double
the amount. If you have not yet
worn our heavy Jeans Working
Pants at 75 cents and Wool Filling
Jean Pants at $1 oc, it's about
time you quit paying Si 00 and
$1 50 for same goods and get a
pair at the
One Pricj Clothiers, Hatters and Fnralsto,
FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Soveniers. Little Cupid
as the God of Love in a
cluster of the Sham
WALL PAPER ROOM MOULDINGS?JOSEPH GRAVES.
2S2iSPRING + TRHDE.J5S
WALL PAPER, BORDERS
5,000 pieces Pressed l'apor, worth $2 00, at : SI 00
6,000 piecos Fine Paper, worth 7oc, at 35 and 40c
7,000 pieces Fine Paper, worth 40 and 50c, at 25c
10,000 pieces Kino Paper, worth 25 and 35c, at 15c
7,000 pieces Fino Paper, worth 20 and 25c, at 12 l-2c
15,000 pieces Fine Paper, worth 20c, r.t 10c
10,000 pieces Fino Paper, worth 15c, at Sc
16,000 pieces, Good Paper, worth 10c, at 5c
8,000 pieces 30-iuch wide Plain Inirain, worth 20c, at 15c
BABY CARRIAGES?Price from $8 to $35.
BLANK + BOOKS, + STATIONERY, + Elc.
The Largest Stock and Greatest Variety in the City. Sold Re
tail at Wholesale Prices by
QtS Stroct. ? .
CREDIT TO EVERYONE?WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.
, we GIVE
Credit to Everyone.
ISOBERB LINE OF
To Select From.
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WHEELING INSTALMENT COMPANY,
1136 to 1140 Market Street.
jos. h. m'srdle, Manager.