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D RESS SU IT I N GS-STON E &. THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas
londaj, Tuesday and Wednesday:
$00 Dress Patterns in Chevron, Diagonal and Scotch
Woolen Mixtures, at $1 98 a pattern. These pat
terns consist of eight'yards of 30-inch wide material,
and are as handsome and serviceable as any Dress you
can get for 00.
7; pieces of 40-inch wide Cloth Chevrons at 29c,
regular price everywhere 50c.
25 pieces 34-inch wide Scotch Mixed Plaid Cloths,
price elsewhere 2^c, we offer them at,13 l-2c.
jo pieces 36-inch wide Whip Cord Cashmere at
25c, worth 37 1 -2c. *
Stone & Thomas.
. P. S.-Do you need a Carpet? See our stock. Get our
prices. It will pay you.
EVENING SHIRTS-M. J, M'FADDEN.
M, J. McFADDEN.
Special Sale of Mori's and. Soys'
For This Week Only i
Good Outing ClotU Shirts for Men. twenty
now styles, regular price Me, our special
prico 25 c.
Boys' Outing Cloth Shirts, flow styles, regu
lar price ,'53c, our special prico 25c.
Embroidered Bosom Outing Cloth Shirts for
Men, the latest style, regular price 00c, our
apccial prico 35c.
Fine Satteon Shirts for Men and Boys, in
fifty now styles, Extra Well Made and Nico
Colors, regular prico 75c, our special prico
Extra Fine Black Satteon Shirts for Men and
Boys, Extra Well Made and Fast Colors, rogu
lar price 7oc, our special prico 50c.
Best Oxford Shirts for Men, in now styles,
Extra Well Made and Fast Colors, regular prico
SI 00, our special prico 75c.
200 OTHER STYLES TO SELECT FROM.
??Cheapest Store in Wheeling,
1320 and 1322 Market Street,
DRESS GOODS-GEO. M. SNOOK 4 CO.
F Choice All Wool Novelty
V-/ Dress Goods, we offer a se
lection of thirty styles?250 patterns?
at $2 38 each. Also forty styles?300
patterns?at *$3 48 each.
HTHOSE Fine Pattern
Where can you find larger stocks,
more complete lines, as many new
shades or weaves, where buy them so
SEARCH the stores over and
You'll find Better bargains nowhere.
Spring Wraps should be bought
now, while our line is yet unbroken,
We have styles to suit every age and
condition within the limits of human
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
ATLANTIC TEA CO.
Our Inroicc Is completed. Tho result is highly
gratifying to us. We propose to pursuo the wvmo
course for )i that has proven so successful In
the punt. Soil ouly Fresh ami Standard Goods at
prices that defy eomputliioa.
California Prunes, 3 lbs. tor 25c
California Ev. Peaches, S lbs. for 23c
Dried Peaches, 0 lbs. for 25c
Dried Grapes, 4 lbs. for ,25c
Raisins, 3 lbs. for 23c
Currants, 4 lbs. for 25c
Navy Beans, 0 lbs. for 25c
Lima lleans, 4 lbs. for 25c
Head Kico, 3} lbs. for. 25c
Carolina liico, 4J lbs. for 25e
Standard Tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c
Standard Sugar Com, 3 cans for- 25c
Standard Poas, 4 cans for 23c
String Beans, 4 cans tor.... 25c
Pio Peaches, 3 cans for 25c
Table Peaches, per can , 10c
WHEELING, W. YA.
We Lead, Lot Tta IS ho Can, Follow
EGGER, WARRICK & CO.
M Spring Goods.
INTENDING PURCHASERS OF DRESS GOODS
SHOULD NOT FAIL TO SEE OUR LARGE
AND MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
Which wo are now receiving.. Nover before
have wo been so fortunate while in tho
market to secure such u coUeetlou of
Choico and Sei'ounble goo-ls.
Hundreds of pieces of All
Wool In ever/ conceiva
ble weave and style.
LovelySnmnier Shades at 50c.
Wo Offer To-day, To-morrow
and All Other Days
Dost quoijty ' IVinch Bedford Corel at $100,
sold ebuwjvjro At$l 23.
Rest grado of -10-Inch Red ford Cord at 72c, sold
elsewhere at SI 00. Plain and Two Toned.
? 100 pieces Dress Ginghams at (5 Me, worth 10c.
5/DO yards.-iOdnch Sheeting Muslin1 at G l?le,
5 pieces GMuch Bleached Linen Damask at
00c, worth 72c.
25 dozen \extra sizo Fino, Blcachcd Towels
(Luce etltect) at :25c, worth 37><Je.
Egger, Warrick & Co.,
1132 7VCHIN STREET
utliutti Not. Jil ami '41 Fuiirti'uiith street.
Grand (1cnroncaS4lc?I.<?. billon ?fc Co.
M rnt.il 0|K?rn IIoiimj?'William* J; Urr.
CIicomj?Albert ?tolce. ?
(?^.Trt IIoiik?A Hole la Ibtf Ground,
Curd of 1 lituk*
Notko-Tno l>ounl?l?3t? Carriage Co.
Wanted ? Cook.
Cholco Droit Uoc?Il?Ccorjj M. Snook ?fcCu~
Mono A'iliotJiJ?-I>tv*? Patterns?KIchth Pngo.
Your (inlti?tieo. K. Mllvl A Co.?Filth l'a<o
BpecUl Bal ??John Frl?.Hlol?FJftli 1*1150.
S|?cv1al Notice-^O. 1- Murray <L Co.
Natural stnno Fllur4?Uaroo it McUrwror.
'I bu Jiitr Four irn.
'?n ut Auction fc'ulo?W. II. Hullcr, Auctiouecr
It is llere u'. U%t?The llub-Klghth 1'age.
xotici; 10 simscuinw.s.
Subscrllu'tM will plou?o leave word
itt t ho lutolligeiiccr Count htj,; Itoomot
rliuti^Cn inudo in 1 heir residence dur
ing t ho moving RCflHon. Tin? old ami
new nddt'e&yci* should ho given in or
der to Insure prompt delivery. Sub
serlher* will also eont'er 11 lavor by
not Ifyinjr ih when their paper in not
delivered promptly. ,
ANY emptoyo of Kallroudi owning a
wateh that will not pa?? Iiitpeetlou can
l?iiin?y wnluli, of /mymulip, nl Coil),
jinny lUt co?t. Wo Jiave i\ fow Illicit nlckol
lluy uiomls ul SIU 00.
.l.lCOft \V. fJUUIJU,
Jeweler, Cor, Twottlli and Market streets.
NO TIC'IS, (JKNTLLMKS'.
Appreciating tho Increase of trade, wo
have added to our Cutting lJepartinunt Mr.
liulleh, artl?t editor, who ha* (or tho pant
hcvoa yearn ln<oi? as*oelated ami Imd con
trol ot tho cnttlii? depnrtmont of 0110 of
I'hllndolpldn'* must lasliUnnhlo tailoring
cNtahlUhmeiitn. C. UUSii ? SON'S
l'nnhloiiahlo Merchant Tailor* and Gout*'
?Furnisher*, 1321 ?fc 13**3 Market street.
Judge Cochran Appointed Manager, i
Tho illness of Ootiprnl Manager X.
W. Kayrs and of General Agent Tausii:,
leaving no 0110 in charge of the Ter
minnl company's office here, President
Thomas has appointed Judge C'ochrap
temporary general manager, and he will
act as such until furlhor notice. This
will bo of decided advantage to the com
l)lc?l la California. ?
Tho sad intelligonco of tho death of
Miss Lucy Ilanna, daughter of President
D. W. llanna, of tl^e Los-Angeles (Cali
fornia) Seminary, which occurred Sat
urday, March lb, rcached here yester
day." Mr. llanna, although* ho rosided
in NVheoling but a short time and left
here fourteen years ago, is well remem
bered, ho having been proprietor of the
Fulton paper mill. His daughter had
long been a victim of that dreaded dis
ease, consumption, and her death wits
not unexpected. .
A Deeiilcd Improvement.
Postmaster Cowden has received noti- |
fieationthat thoWheoling poatollice has !
been allowed a rotary cancelling ma-!
chine for cancelling tlie stamps on let
ters. The machine will be run by cith
er electric or water power and will do
the work of six persons using hand
stamps. The letters arc put into a hop
per and tho machine started. It foedt
itself and besides cancelling the stamps ,
puts on the date, etc. These machines
are in use now in only larger ollices like
Xew York, Philadelpliia, "Washington,
etc.. and Mr. Cowden is especially fav
ored in securing one for Wheeling.
Milking Glass at Huiitlugiou.
The Commoner and Glass I lor Ayr says:
The lluntjngton Gloss Company," oi
Huntington, W. Va., made a successful
start this week with its new 10-pot fur
nace, built by M. V. Smith. The fur
nace is melting very rapidly, one melt
in particular having been accomplished
in sixteen hour*. The whole plant is
being operated by the producer gas,
lehrs, giory-hole3, etc. Mr. Smith made
several improvements in this furnace
over that built by him for the Co-Opcr
ativo Glass Company, of Beaver Falls,
and they are working like a charm.
The firm ia well pleased with the plant.
Mr. Eph II Ayers, of Medcr's cigar
factory, fell from a stcpladder in Dr.
Caddle'soliice yesterday atternocn, bruis
ing himself bauly, but breaking no
Miss Lena Koeppner, of Thirty-third
street, had the misfortune to fall and
sprain her foot. Dr. Aekerman was
called and made her as comfortable as
possible. The injury will cause her ?>
remain in tho house lor a few weeks.*
A hone belonging to a Singer sewing
machine agent named Bunner ran oil'011
Thirty-sixth street Saturday, badly
damaging the bnggv to which it was at
Klwood Seybohl, a young son of Jos
eph Seybold, cashier of the Bank kot
Wheeling, while playing, about some
cars on the Baltimore & Ohio track at
Bloch Bros.' tobacco factory,accidental
ly fell from the top of n car to the
ground, lie was picked up in an un
conscious condition and carried into
the house. Dr. Ford was called and
rendered tho necessary medical aid. Xo
bones were broken, but ho was badly
G. F. Martin, a Baltimore & Ohio en
gineer who has been ill for some time,
died in this city Saturday. The funeral
will occur at his home in Cameron to
Miss May Young, daughter of Mr. L.
S. Young, of Cleveland, and sister of
Mrs. Asa Booth, died at the residence
of Captain Booth, on >*orth Front
street, Saturday morning. The funeral
will take place this morning at li
o'clock, the remains being taken to tho
Cleveland it Pittsburgh depot, Bridge
port, and thence to Cleveland for inter
The many friends in this city and
Martin's Ferry of Mr. and Mrs. James
B. McClyment, of the Island, will learu
with regret of the death of their infant
son, at 4:30 Saturday afternoon. The
bereaved parents have the sincero sym
pathy of all in their alllicti'011.
Funeral services over tho remains of
tho late Mrs. Prof. J. M. Devine were
held Saturday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mrs."Devine, 011 South Jacob
street. Bev. C. M. Alford officiated,
and tho choir oi the Tnird Presbyteri
an church rendered appropriate music.
Tho remains were sent on the 10:o0
o'clock train Saturday night to La
Moure, N. D., for interment.
A11 Important IMlTurence.
To make rt apparent to thousands,
who thin!: themselves ill, that they are
not affected with any disease, but that
the system simply needs cleansing, is to
bring comfort homo to their hearts, as
acostivo condition is easily cured bv
using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by
the California Fig Syrup Co. daw "
Foit Sincrusta "Walton and Boom
Mouldings po to John Fiuudkl's.
SEE tho gl OH Dri'ss Puttornn. You never
*Sw prettier at $.j.oo. Come iu.morrow,
while stock 1*
STONE ?fc THOMAS.
We will match our Strawberry Hams
against anv hams in tho United Ktatoa
for cut aud delicacy of tlavor.
Join tlio A. P. of L.," Instead of tho
United Minora?J'hoy Mu3t bu
EXPELLED FROM THE LOCAL UNION
Willi which They Itiivo AlllHutetl, el.so
tho L'tilon'tj Delegates will he lie
ftmcri Ail mission to the Trades As
sembly?The Jewelry Clerks ami
Tho most important business before
tho Trillion ami Labor Assembly yostor
day was tho prevention of an alleged
attempt to uho onoof tho local unions of
tho Assembly ub a mentis to undermine
another local. Tho discussion flirted
by tho announcement of adeleguto from
the United Minora that his local had in
Htructeil its delegates to withdraw, un
less local union No. 401)1, of Martin's
Ferry, was ordered to purgo itself of tho
blacklisted miners in tfto .Ktna mines,
who had been allowed to join that
union. From the discussion that en
sued it appeared that local union No.
40*J1 had admitted to membership tho
miners of tho .Ktna mill mines, theao
initios having beet) boycotted by the
Trades Assembly in 1S90, and tho boy
cott not yet having been removed. Tho
union had even Font one of these black
listed men as a delegate to tho Assem
The blacklisted men, it was stated,
had applied as laborers, and not a?
mine-workers, for admission to the
Martin's Forrv local union, as tho JJtna
mines had had trouble with tho United
Miners. Tho rules of the assembly re
quiring all union artisans to belong to
unions of their own trade, and the as
sembly not approving of blacklisted
men joining local unions under false
guise, the Martin's Ferrv union was no
tified that if within thirty days it did
not er.pol thominors in tho .Etna mines,
its delegates would be refused admit
tance to tho Trades Assembly sessions.
Tho union was aiso requested to furnish
to tho assembly a list of tho names of
the workers in the -Ktna mines who
had bceti admitted iuto the uuion.
Coopers' Union No. 27 asked that a
boycott be placed on Adam Smith, the
cooper, because his men belong to 110
labor organization and because, they
say, I10 sells his product below union
prices. The matter was referred to the.
Tho jewelry clerks and employes had
formed a union and their delogates
wera admitted to the Trades Assembly.
All but four ol* the jewelry Grins in the
city have signed an agreement to cjose
their stores, at C o'clock in the evening,
Saturdays and tho mpnths of November
and December excepted. The new or
ganization wanted the assembly to as
sist- it in its demand for early . dosing
hours, and the task of netting tlic four
lirms to sign was referred to tho arbi
Tho United Brotherhood of Curriers
and Tanners, of Milwaukee, which is 011
a strike, and is paying strike benefits to
000 men, sent .1 communication asking
for financial aid. As tho assembly is
not financially able to extend any" aid,
tho' communication was received and
A petition asking the city gas board
to burn home coal at tho city electric
light plant, a3 it makes more steam and
gives more heat than any other-bit
uminous \Coal? was read before the
assembly. The petition, on motion, was
endorsed by the assembly.
The delegates from tho dairymen's
new union were qualified and admitted
into the assembly.
MOZART I* A lilt PURCHASE.
Fr.v/ior'H Point, ;i Trnct oC Seventy Acres,
lionght l>y tho Association.
Discouraged by its inability to secure
a suitable tract of land on Caldwell's
ran, the Mozart Park Association has
purchased seventy ? acres from James
Frazier. The line begins at the Ritchie
town line, three hundred feet back of
Wetzel strectj and extends from there
to some distance back on the hill, and a
considerable distance to the south. The
association may at some future time
build an incline piano railroad to the
summit of the hill, but this is not at
present necessary, as a very good road
leads to the "tract from a point on Cald
well's run near tho toli gate. Worlt
will soon bo started; a splendid or
chard on tlu) Frazier farm already forms
the nucleus for a park.
. Foit rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia,
cramp and colic there is 110 remedy su
perior to the genuine Dr. Thomas's
Eclectric Oil. daw
Go to Kurner & Co., for Wail paper
and Mouldings, of all descriptions. 39,
Sl'lICIAI. Ur.IVKS?IO-D/.V ONLY.
100 ploceH 1'rench Sat in oh, all now de
sign*, worth fully :s."c. Our prion 15c. One
more c:ik?? ol' tlio?o liod Snread?, worth
SI ISOc. 2,000 yards -10-lnch llrov.'u
Mmliii, lvurth Sc. Our price 5c. To-day
only. i.. S. <iOOI),
1125 nntl 1127 Jlatu Street.
Thy a Strawberry and compare it
with any other. They are not in it,
you will say.
lleculving and Delivering.
Jyhv.L. Hose & Co. are daily receiving
the latest output in Bfcvcles. They are
also selling second-hand Sewing Ma
chines at marvclously low prices.
Great Bargains in fine .Shoes at
L. V. Blond's.
' ? .? ? o
Don't sicken people with that bad
breath of yours. Take Dr. A. S. Todd's
Liver Pills. ' ^
"WK'VK oflbred Dress Goods bar
gains before, but never such as these :
12o(; Plaid Woolens at l.'i 1-tio.
BOo Chevron Woolens at UDc.
i57'l-!2c Whip Corils at iioc.
Come early. They won't last long.
sro.vi-; & thomas.
GitE.iT Bakgains in lino Shoes at
L. V. Blond's.
Every first-class grocer in the city
keeps M. Rcilly's Strawberry Mains and
Pure Leaf Lard.
THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS.
It Is Here at Last]
Sprlngwoatluir is lioro in real earnest, and it,your restless Itov !? um r<v.
vided with .SI'KING CLOTHING ilon't nogloct to make liiiu c'otnf
buforo Easter. Wiali wo coulil place before every mottior ol? boy a lm,
plo of Homo of the many cheap nml exquisite costumes wo liavo preiirnl
for Boys and Children. It lias been our stud)' to provido both the u<e.
fnl anil tho beautiful things for littlo boys. In Kilts wo rarclv jail t0 1
tilease, for our varied display contains bo many perfect uenis tint ilio
littlo fellows m<t~infruf|Uontly shout right out "OOl.LY, AIS'T IT
j\ DAISY!" Why it Is almost as good as u circus to witness tlio antic,
of some of the boVa who aro dally fitted In our store, but thou wo lilio |i
about as well as the boys, for they make things lively, and il tbero Is any.
tiling wo do like it is to eeo things movo.
Is called to our largo assortment of Jersey, Sailor, Light Color Cheviots
and lieefcr bulls, ill all shades and mixtures,- and to our Cno
In reliable Dark Colors and Black, and at nrice# 'that a re in the truest
sense CHl'hW. Wo aro perfectly content that you'slilll dociilo after loot.
ii|g elsewhere whether or not tliero is
MONEY SAVED IN BUYING FROM HEADQUARTERS!
That wo aro honest in our desire to servo you faithfully, our readiness
to tako back goods and refund money is tho best test.
A NEW IDEA IN WORKINGMEN'S PANTS!
The Patent Adjustable Jeans Pants,
Composed of n woven web Bolt with patent Slip Buckle, which can be ail.
justed to fit any size man in a second's time. Tho belt cannot slip up
wards and tho waist is perfectly freo for action, f By this patent the uso
of.the ugly and uncomfortable leather belt is avoiBed. l'rleos as low as
tho old stylo aro sold at elsewhore. Sold exclusively at THE HUB.
THE "ELBISREVER TIE.'1
Two Scarfs in One!
A Novelty in Ooiits' Neckwear. A "Four-in-hand." Perfectly Seamless,
Woven in one piece. Koversiblo.
.Always tho first to introduce anything that is new, tho (rreatest inven
tion yet in the line of Ties, a KEVEKSIBLK EOUR-IX-11AXI) can bo
worn on both sides, in fact two Ties in ono piece, finest quality of Silk,
at the low price of 50c.
Always call at THE HUB when you want anything in the Furnishing line.
We are onening up daily New Novelties in Men's Clothing, at prices
that is last making
Oiio-Prko Clothiers, the People's Store.
JIAKKET A>D FOURTEENTH STS.
GREAT AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE.
At the Old Court House,
TWELFTH AND CHAPLIXE STREETS.
. JLT lO O'CLOCK,
When we will Sell to the Highest Bidder
20 Bedroom Sets, in Oak and Walnut,
20 Dozen Chairs,
25 Extension Tables,
10 Cook Stoves,
10 Dozen Rockers.
25 Bed Springs,
20 Wash Stands,
W. H. HA.LLER, Auctioneer.