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Olit 5BTV BCILD1XO WILL BE COMPLETED ABOUT 50TEMBEE 1. DRY GOODS J Must bo sold beforo NOVEMBER 1, ono dollar's worth of our present s' SIOW T( Below will bo found only a few hints 5 cases yard-wide Unbleached Muslin, at 3 cases yard-wide Unbleached Muslin, at 3 bales 40-inch-wide Unbleached ?heetin 2 cases Ladies' Choice Muslin, at 1 case 45-inch Pillow Case Muslin, at 1 case 42-inch Pillow Caso Muslin, at 1 ca30 Toilet Crash, at 200 pieces Indigo Blue Calico, at 500 pioces Lancaster Gingham, at 100 dozen Towels, at Dress Goods and SDKs About One-Ha Come early for these. Only a limito< One lot Chnlliea at 3jc, reduced from One lot of Ginghams at G}c, reduccd Comforts. Stone & VIS I TORS TO THE STATE MADDEN'S SHIRT VISITORS TO TI BY BUY MOFAI Can Save Enongli oil Their Pi '75 cent Camera Hair Men's Shirt 75 cent Striped Merino Men's Shi 75 cent Red Wool Uovs' Shirts an $1.50 Finest and Best Men's Cara< $1.50 Doublo Breast and Back Re $1.50 Striped English Merino Mei 35 cent Finest Camel's Hair Men Good Heavy Winter Overahirts f< New styles of Hats and Winter C McFAD Cheapest Store iu Wliocling SHeets-and shef.ting JS.T MARKET t Readymade Shee 33Y THE THE FROFIT-ABSORBISG BE] Lot No. 1?nominal Sheets, slzo 81x90 inches, at... Lot No. 2?lleraraed tfheota, size 81xW iuches, at.. o II........ -I CI... .I. *1.... I,.at Lot No. 4?Hemmed Sheen. sire six'Jik inches, at Ix>t No. 6?Hemmcd-Shects size 8lxW inches, at.. Lot No. 0?Ilommed shee:n. ?Iie '.Otvtl; Inches, at Lot Na 7?Hominod Sheen. sire 9Jx99 inches, at... Lot No. 8?Hemmod sheet*. *izo 90x93>? Indies, at Lot No. 0?Hemmed Sheets, sUe 90xW inches, at... 9TAH of the above an- of such brands n* Utli One lot 1 toady mad o Pillow Owes, *lzo SHxii inchoi One lot Kcadvmade l'illow ' ?>im, sl/e :UJxl"> in<:hci One lot Keadjrma<le I'iU?>w.Case*, size 39x4*1 incbej One lot Heady made Pillow Caws. si*c :?9tl'-in :he WOne lot Pino Hemstitched I.ineu Stheefefc I One case 9-4 Unbleached ehccKn:;. at... One rale bet ? I Pleached Sheeting, at One caso best 10-4 Uleaehed Sheering, at One bale Kino Unbleached yard-wide Muslin, at.. (jne balo Fine Unbleached yard-wide Mutlln. at.. AWThO extreme low prices quoted cause us t( ENTIRE NE CLOAKS, DRESS GOO NOV Geo. M.Sri No. 1114 Main Street, Thro A I LMI1 I IV/ ItM WiU. TEAS.-TEAS.-TEAS. New Crop Teas! We have always arranged to secure for our trade the early pickings of the Spring Leaf. These Teas possess great strength ; are rich and full in in " aliiMite niiiinn citipfn.. liavui, ?*? ?uy j giving auuoiai.tion to the consumer. COFFEE FRESH ROASTED DAILY SPICES I Our reputation for selling only PURE SPICES is well known. We do our own grinding and guarantee One Pound 01 our rure opice iu equal live pounds of the adulterated mixtures so generally sold by dealers who must purchase from the unscrupulous spice dealers. Bev&re of Mnsbroom Concerns. Wa Lead, Let Those Who Cm Follow. Atlantic Tea Go. 110911111 and 2208 Market Si. :ts-stone a. thomas. 40,000 HiORTH OP iND CARPETS ,as wo are determined not to carry tock into our now rooms. D JDO IT. of what wo offer: ? 3|c, -ljc, regular 7 c. g, at. 5*c, regular S c. C|c, regular 10 c. Sic, regular 12jc. Qln rannlar I'^lp sic, regular 5 a 4ic, regular 7 c. Oic, regular 8 c. 12jc, regular 20 c. If Regular Prices. Come and Sea. ^quantity. from 12Jc and 15c. Juat the thing for Thomas, in i uicunnrw r wi n n>l. w. m r hwki.". Ml 111 STORES! MTE FAIR IXG AT JIDZEZLsT'S lrcbases to Pay All Expenses. s and Drawers for 50 cents. rts and Drawers for 50 cents. d Drawers for SOconts. si's Hair Shirts and Drawers for $1. d Wool Undershirts for SI. >'s Shirts and Drawora for SI 's Socks for 25 conts. jr 50c, 75c and SI. aps at low prices. DEN'S, 1320 ano 1322 Market St. 5-GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. STREET 2D INT ID. ts and Sheetings I YARD. ;CES WE MAKE THIS WEEK: 73c each. - 73c ouch. 03c each. :a, Fruit or the Loom, ctc. j. nt 37c por pnlr. j. at 30c jut pair. i nt !!!? imr njir i. at 38<> iter pair. $2.87, worth $175 each. - la^c a yard. worth 'JOc a yard lOc n yard, worth '3>c a yard. '..../-43c a yard, worth JVic a yanl. .. -fie a yard, worth "? a yard. Oc a yard, worth 8c a yard. > anticipate a grand rush. W LINE OF iDS AND TRIMMINGS V IIV look & Co. n<?li to 1115 Market Sfrnnf. EGGER. WARRICK &. CO. ~ EARLY Fall Arrivals IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Our atoro b rapidly bcltjp (lllotl with n m/ufnlflcon t stock of Dreu Good* of every grade uud do, bcription. Oar largo liao of Ladies' r v rtttnmn * %ytv ttttx v tnn JAlMio ANDWKArb Arc now dally arriving, to which wo Invito four inspection. Remnants for School Dresses. Wc bava too many Remnanta and offer thoin at a wry low prico. Do uot mis* this cbanco. BLANKETS, FLANNELS, YARNS AND UNDERWEAR, Now In. Remember wc are headquarter* tor these good*. Wo trust you will appreciate the full imoortanco of this announcvmvut and tbnt It may command (rom you tlio prompt attention it deserves. fcTtif cfc> CO., *1132 MAIN STREET. Sb MtUigtwr. tftlilco: Noa. tuid 41? Jb'uurtoeuth titreet. New Advertisements. Quinces?Albert StoUe ii Co. For skin Diseases?Cuticura Re mo tiles. Postponement ot Trustee's Sale. Dissolution Notice?Stoohr J: Kelt*. Dress Goods?Geo. K. Tuy lor?Third Page. Wanted?Girls. W?nted?To Sell Carpets nnd Furnlturo. Just Received?Farm Wagons?K. Hoge. Piano for 8 i w?? I'. W. Baumer & to. Natural Stone Filter?K wing Bros. Republican Club Meeting*. General Machinists?Redman & Co. Wheeling Conservatory ot Mudc Art Classes?The Misses Doddridge. Mosquito Canopy#?Louis lkruchy. FOIl Gibson nnd Dnugherty'* pure, fltrnlRht IC> <* Whiskies, gp to the Grand Opera lioitKO Saloon. AUTISTIC RESULT* I Are attained only nt Parsons* Gallery. The hiirli-olxvis work now being executed U | beginning to t?U. The gallery U frequently | crowded with patron*. The real rush will soon bo on?tun Fair nnd the Holiday*. Order your work now. so that you will get I it promptly, satisfaction guaranteed. M. II. SYKES, j Manager aud Operator of .Parson*' Gallery. TO ItEI'UULIGAXS. It Is part of the Democratic plan to clmlI lenge tlio vote of every Uepubllrnn who hu? not been assessed under tlio now Wmt Virginia election law. Don't let them ilud you unprepared. ANY employe of railroad* owning a watch that will not pa?* Inspection can purchniio liny watch, of any make, at company lint cont. We have a few finest nickel Itayinonda ut If 1U 00. JACOB W. OKUBB, Jowclor, Cor. "^elfth ami Slarket Street*. HALF HOSE A SPECIALTY. Jimt received, 100 dozen more of thone Real Mac? .superior Half Homo. For Comfort and durability they tmrpnisall other*. All black* absolutely taut. Frieo 25c. C. HESS & SONS, aiercbant Tailor* nnd Genta' Furnisher*, 1321 and 13Sa Market Stroet. mwaf A Wheeiiug ISajr Promoted, Ex-City Clerk Frank Bowers has been promoted by Commissioner Mason to tho position of internal revonue nuent. Frank has made a srood record tsinco ho entered the service, ana uis promotion was deservod, and his friends here will bo pleased to hear of his good fortune. A Ploaiant ttooeptlon. Miss Mazgie Mageo tendered her visitor, Miss Maggio McPherson, of Detroit, a delightful reception last evening at her residence on North Eoflf street, previous to Miss Mcl'horeon's departure for her home Friday. Miss Maeeo will accompany her visitor to hor home. About iiftfcon couples were present. Elegant refreshments were sorvod at a reasonable hour. A Goiiulun Hurprlae Farty. A very pleasant surprise party was tenderocl Miss Lura Williams at the residence of hor father, Mr. W. H. Williams, 4005 Jacob stroet last evening. It was a genuine surprise party, for Miss Lura was visiting a neighbor at the momont hor friandH nailed, and had to bo sent 1 for. Tho evening wa9 spent in a most enjoyable manner, being brought "lo a close by a toothsome repast Union District Republicans. The meeting of the Union District Republican club called for to-night has been postponod until to-night ono week on account of tho Central Republican Headquarters having been encaged for a business men's meeting. Tnis postponement should work to tho advantage of tho club as it will give tho boys time to hustlo and talk tho matter up among themselves. Washington LUirict Republican*. Tho Republicans of Washington disfc trict will hold a nicotine this evening at ino ciuu room, ju. ui.i iumu ducuv, Tho purpose of the meeting is to organize a club, good speakers, however, will bo present and entertain tho audience. It behooves tho Republicans of this district to turn out to-night and show their interest in the cause. Good results can oulv bo accomplished by hard work, and if proper efforts are made tho ward will bo safe for Harrison and protection. Circuit Court. In part II of the circuit court yesterday, Judge Paull presiding, only two cases were heard. John Harding and Bon Johnson, indicted for felony, both plead guilty to petit larceny, and were sentenced to 1G4 days in jail, but as both had boon in iail since Way, tho court allowed that time to bo countcd in tnoeontonce, so they wiil remain in jail only twenty more days. Tho jury in the caso of Earl Carson and Nelson Foster, charged with petit larceny, was chosen, and adjourned until to-day. Tho other jurors wero discharged until Monday. "Tha Tyrolean." Another largo and very well pleased audience greeted "The Tyrolean" at the Grand Opera House last night. Two very strong features of the play is the work dono by both LittleJessie and Master Clyde. Both children are less than four years old, and their acting is both funny und cute. Tho Grand Opora Will have a family matinee to-day at 2 p. m., and the last performance will take place to-night "The Tyrolean" has given very good satisfaction, and should have a large house for the closing performance to-night. Arizona Joe. Arizona Joo and company will bo at tho grand tho last three nights of thia week. lie ia aaid to carry all tho 8conory for his plays thia season, and wiil introduce many" novelties not heretofore presented here. In addition to his horses and dogs he will introduce a number of specialties Arizona Joo ia one of the best rifle shots in tho country, and is as good an actor as you will find among the performers of his class. He is alwaya greeted with largo audiences here. The Limited Mall." One of tho largost houses of the season, especially in tllo gallery, greeted "Tho Limitod 3!ail" at tho Opera House last ovening. Tho play is fully as senbationnl as tho author claims. Tho mechanical effects aro verjjr effectual ami accomplish the design aimed at? bringing the gallery to its foot Thore is enough dialoguo in the pieco to engage the serious attention of that class of theatre-goers who enjoy plays of the character of tho ''Limited Mail." The Secret Art of Beauty lios not in cosmetic#, but is only in pure blood, and a hoalthy performance of the vital functions, to bo obtained by using Burdock Blood Bitters. _ daw lVa?hlng-on, DrC., Low Unto Excursions via I'enntjrlranla Linos. .^Antnmhnr 1.", tfl 20. inclusive. OXCUr aion tickets to the National Capital will bo sold from principal ticket stations on this direct route at very low round trip rates. Return limit, October 10. Detour to historic Gettysburg poinp or returning. Apply to Pennsylvania Line ticket agent for details and special (older giving through time. IFth?nftft?Morhn* omitted toaiMM yon, mt to It thut you aro llotwl. You will bo deprived uf your vote In November if yov iinmo is not ou the usscasor'a book. HOME AGAIN*. Sir. A. W. Cnmpboll Arrivni In Wliaeling Aftor Fourteen Month* Abroad. Mr. A. .W. Campbell, who landed last week in New York from tho Lahn, j reached Wheeling yesterday morning, j He is In splendid health and ia glad to get home. Speaking of tho cage with which English-spoaking travelers get along on the continont Mr. Campbell said that everywhere persons are found who speak tho language which is dostincd to becoino tho universal tongue. Ilotel servants speak it and sales people intho shops. In llrst-class hotels the porter, a gen* eral utility man and a person ot importance, likolv enough a .Swiss, is sure to include English iu his polyglot equip* ment. Hut important as this functionary is ho is not above his share of the always-expected tip, and when the traveler is about to take his leave, and everybody of tho serving sort in the house turns out with everybody else, tho obliging porter expects tho largest tip of all. If you drop in for a glass of beer tho man who brings it to you expects drinkgelt equal to ono-fourth the price of tho beer, and this is all ho gets for his services. Coming across the ocoan tho tourist will be expected to pay out about $10 in tips, mostly to persons who have rendered him very little service. If you havo soap furnished by tho hotel you must nay for it Except in a few instances, as in Berlin, where - !n >)ia rnnma n! 11IU1U IB OlCtllit lit lug >uvu? ut tho boat hotels, caudles are furnished and charged for at a good price. Some American travelers provide themselves with American lamps and pay tho chambermaids to take care of them. Food id high, as Mr. Campbell has already related in his letters to tho Intelligences. In Italy poultry is ever present, dry, tasteless, lacking the savor to which tho American palate is accustomcd. As to tho coBt of living to the travelor, Mr. Campbell says /that the estimated cost of $6 a day allows no margin lor extravagance. A modest meal in a restaurant makes so big a hole in two dollars that what is left is soon gone in tins. "You may say this," said Mr. Campbell, "that tho Lahn is one of tho best ships in the world, and tho North German is the greatest of all steamship cotfumnios." Mr. Campbell will visit friends in Brooke county, and then it is hoped lllUl lie mu IU&.U uu uuinu JiUin IU campaign. Y. 31. C. A. GYMNASIUM. * Formal Opening last Evening?Coming Lectures and Coucerts. Tho formal opening of tho Y. M. C. A. gymnasium took place last evening with a largo audience present. The evening was dovotod to athletic exercises and the selections of Jeains to represent the association in th'o new game of basket ball during tho coming season. Plans were also discussed and a committee 011 the gymnasium appointed for the year. Light refreshments were BUI vcu UUIiliX kliU VWUIOV ui W>U v>v? ing., Four iiandsome rnedale are to bo awarded at the closo of the season for best all around development, regular attondanco at tho gymnasium class, best form in gymnastics and for now.meinberB. ' . A new departure has been mado in tho physical department. Three classes will bo conducted each week for boys under fourteen years of age, in which careful systematic training will be given. Ladies' and misses' classea will also bo hold. The classos will be as follows : Business men?Monday at 4:30 and S p. m.; Wednesday at 4:30 p. m. Young men?Tuosday and Thursday at S p. m.; Friday at 8:30 p. m. lleginuor8?Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 p. in. Juniors?Monday at 7 p.m.; Thursday at 4:30 p. ni.; Saturday at 10:30 Ladies ? Tuesday at 1:30 p. m.; Wednosday at 8 p. m.; Friday at 4 p. m. Tlio association starts out with brighter prospects than over before. Tho entire building has boon brightoned up during tho summer, the reception room rocoiving especial attention. Tho oponing entertainment will occur on tho 2Tth ol this month, on which evoning Mr. Frank W. Xosbitt and Mr. Charles S. Brilles, both boing from this city, will doliver a numbor of recitations. They have been students of Prof. Byron W. King's school of elocution, of Pittsburgh. Tho regular locturo and concort course will bo one of tho best the association has ever given. Tho concert course will open October 31 with tho Boston Stars; December 2, the &humnn Lady Quartetto and Prof. W. F. Wentworth: Decombor 31, the Swedish Quartette; January 10, Ladies' Crescent Banjo and Gnitar club; February 7, English Iland-Ilell Kingcre. Tho lecture course will be oponod October 18 by Rev. John li. Koono, on "The New Aristocracy;" December 8 Hon. Henry Hall, "Tho Coming .Man;" January 31, Charles II. Caton, "Wellington "and Napoleon;"' February 21, 1'rof. John B. DoMotte, A. M. Ph. D.; assistod by Truman W. Harrington. on "Electricity, Its Naturo and Vossibilitios," illustrated; March 3, Kobert Nourso, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." Tho True Laxative Principle of tho plants used in manuiacturing | tho pleasant roincdy, Syrup of Figs, has a permanently beneficial effect on the human system, whilo the choap vegetable extracts ami mineral solutions, usually sold as medicines, aro pcrma- j nontly injurious. Being well-informed, you will use tho truoroinody only. Manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup j Company. Edward L. Rose & Co., will, during tho coming weok, oflor spocial bargains in their Fair Exhibition Bicycles, j These wheels will bo returnod to tho factories if not sold within a short time.! Don't delay. Ilelltnflor'H I)jreiu~ Kitnbll.shment. John Heilmeior, proprietor of tho Pan Handle Dyeing Establishment, No. 1431 Market strout. resnectfullv an nounces that ho is propurod todo cleaning, dyeing and repairing, and in fact ho guarantees to make your last yoar'a clothes look as good as now on short notice. Give him a call. SEE that you urn umbpnmhI. Closing Out Odds and ends of Oxford TieB regardless of cost. I* V. Bloxd. ?r Tr* Liebig Company's= ?? a m a =Mtract oi ml BEST 1'tUEBT BEEF TEA INVALUABLE In the' Kitchen for Soups Sauces and Made Dbho>. THE HUB-ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS. Join in the Swim! k , IT GOES TO THEHUB, It is dangoroua and oxponsivo to be drifting about, so go with the current, it is always safest to go with tno multitudo. experience baa taught thorn where their interests aro bost served. It is only a waste of tltno until you will have tho samo experience. Tho cause of THE HUB'S GKEAT SUCCESS is no longer a subject of conjecture, it is demonstrated indubitably to bo tho resultof enterprise of tho highest order. They have studied tho necessities of this market and in all casos gaugo its requirements with porfect accuracy. If you do not believe this youjean readily convince yourself of yourerror by visiting this mammoth placo of business any hour of any day. When their competitors are complaining of unsatisfactory trado, you will find there representative people not only from this city, but from all parts ' ,r!?!-1- ?- -t r\hin nnH Pnnn?vlvanin. drawn hither bv Oi west. Virginia, |??iuiui vi?.v , tiio knowledge that tbey can purchase ?r Hen's and Boys' Clothing, HATS AND FURNISHINGS ? Of any (trade, for less money than any hoaso in tho Stoto. The HUB'S s ropctution has cono abroad far and wido and their business grows on the cood they do for the public. They aro now exhibiting many now features of croat merit, including all the noveitios in numerous different lines for Fall and Winter. FALL OVERCOATS. Oar stock of theso garments has never boon eqnalod in thia section of tho country. FATHERS, MOTHERS AND GUARDIANS, a word to you: THE HUB lias lovo for all good boys, and wants to eeo them well and comfortably dressed. They have made provisions for them in ono of their finest departments, where you can find clothing for bovs of all ages, from three to ninetoon yearn, at prices which make it folly for you to buy olsowbero. Every style in cat and overy grade of material is represented,too that all tastes and all pocketbooks can bo suited. HATS! HATS I HATS! Daring this week wo shall place on sale TEX CASES of excellent FUK STIFF HATS, regular $2.00 and $1.75 goods, Fall Blocks, at 98c. THE-HUB OXE-PBICE CLOTHIERS, HATTERS AND FURNISHERS, Fourteenth and Market Streets. ~ FREE-$BOO-FREE-HOUSE & HERRMANN. FREE! $500 FREE! . WE WILL PRESENT A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY FOR FIYE HUNDRED DOLLARS, FREE OF CHARGE, Tn nn\r nprsnn nvpr twplvA vparc nf * V \^.L M J ^VlWVli ? ?T ? V? J VV\4 w V* age who will call at the store of UAT1QE ftllPBDH INN iivUULivx iimuuimn u 1300 MAIN STREET. DealersinFnrnitare.Garpets^onseFariiishiDgs. 5-^Call and get a Policy, as they are Absolutely FREE.