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DRESS GOODS STONE & THOMAS.
A 25c SALE Dress Goods! On Monday morning we place on sale 100 pieces of Dress Goods, embracing: 36 inchcj wide Chevron Cloth". 30 inches wide Diagonal Uiouis. .SO inches wide Plaid Clothe. 30 inches wide Cheviot Suitings. 3f> inches wide Chevron Cashmeres. 1 30 inches wide Storm Seruos. 30 inches wide Plain Cashmere*. finches wide Illuminated Cashmeres. 30 inches wide Illuminated Diagonals. 30 inches wido Camel's iiair Plaids. 30 inches wide Plaid Cashmeres. You will find among this selection of Dress Goods the most popular colors, the latest weaves and the best value ever offered at the popular price of 25 cents. * i Stone & Thomas. HflTS-M. J. M'FAPPEN. mrm TiniTlTTlTn n X 1T1\T1\ A mT7 - inn ffliiiiiinu umwmid. In politics we have nothing to say. We know no more than you do about them But as for HATS, we have the winners every time. Our Styles are always good and prices the lowest. The Sothorn. The Major. $L50, $190, $2.40, $3.00. $1.50, $1.90. $2.40, 3.00. Heavy Cap3. Children's Caps. 25c, 4Sc,50c, 7.k, 2oc, &>c, 50c, 7uc. Many other styles at equally low prices. We always take pleasure in showing our goods, whether you buy or not. M. J. McFADDEN, One-Price nutter anil Purnislior, 1320 anil 1322 Market Street. Stores open every evening. SILK HflNOKERCHIitrS-GEO. M. SNOOK &. CO. JAPANESE SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. i This opportunity comes but once in a while?a very great while. We'll explain: A purchase of over 100 dozen real Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs at lower prices llian cost of manufacture has just been consummated. These now go on sale at i<to 29ft. itk 49c. 59c. 69c and 79c Each! ?W~J - - -J , , , A BEWILDERING VARIETY They come in Creams, Din k? and Color?; in self and two-toned embroidery anil hemstitched effects, and to judge of their vaiuo, you'd sav thov we're in almost overy instance worth twice the price quoted. They wear better ami are choapcr than linen handkerchiefs, and are also suitablo for pin-cushion covers. Anticipate your holiday wants by taking advantazeof this great sale. aTTha most complete linos of Cloaks and Dross GcoJs in the city. Geo. M. Snook Main Street through to Market, near Eleventh. FR EE?$500?FREE?HOUSE A HERRMANN. FREEIS500FREE! WE WILL PRESENT A Life Insurance Policy FOR FIYE HUNDRED DOLLARS, Free of Charge to any person over 12 years of age who will call at the store of HODSE A HERRMANN, 1300 MAIN STREET, DEALERS IN Furniture, Carpets, aid House Furnishings. ON WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS. iWCall and get a Policy, as they are absolutely Free. fh MMtjtmx. UtUro: un?t * ??ur?*?-ntU sireo:. Jiavr A<l*crllii?n?Bnt?. Duncan fiuld nire?<. uurle?:on Sanitarium r'oinninf-TMn| Pijf l'.Su J?uwr Clothier*?The Hub-Kigiith I'mrc. Japanv*c SilK iUmikercmo/a-Gcu M. buook & <-?* ? Kiglith Page , . Droit Goods?Hiono ?t Tboina??hlpbtn I age. uii*.. i:*a V Kilfi'l iv I'n. ? Fifth pai'e I'rizo Kdiloou Aiccaiiou?O. Mcudci A Co.? Fifth l'otjc. Sperjui J 8 Kbode* <iCo. I Siock* forStlt? tJ. S. Ir?rln. For Ken:ami For .Sok?Juwos A. Henry. Decotuiioav-Carlo iinv. Luwu Olive Oil?C>. K. Murny * Co. .^pocin' Notice?Consul Veterans. | Lost?Gold Watch. ? ATTENTION K. Oi' P. A full lino of 1*in4 an<l Cadge* just received. .mco:*. vr. GHUTiTr, Jeweler, Cor. Twelfth and Market Streets. [ FOR Gllnon au:l l>augherty'a mral^lit Rye Whiskies go to tlio liraud Opera ilou?e Saloon. ARTISTIC RRSULlS Are attained only at ParaonV Gallery. The higlt-claftx work now boiti;; executed f? beginning to tell. The gallery bt frequently eroirded with oatromt. The real rw?h will toon be on?tiiu Fair and the Holiday*. Order your work now, *o that you will got It promptly. J-utisfaction guaranteed. w. II. STKKS, Manager and Operator of Var*ou?' Gallery. HALF IIONK A SPECIALTY, J nut reeeived, lOt) dozen more of thone Real Maeo - uperior Half finite. For Comfort and durability they ?urpa?<*all other*. All bluckftabnolutely fast, i*riee Kfic. C. HUSS ? SONS, Slerrliant Tailor* and dents' Furnishers, 1331 aud 1333 .warket Street. jtwi* At Clcr.c Hook'* Olllos. The last will and testament of Catherine Warden was admitted to probate Saturday and ordered to be recorded. A marriage license was issued .Saturday to William A. Cites, a native of In (liana, ageo ;>o, ana r-.ua nimmins, a native of tit. Clairsville, aired 25. A Ciood Turnout. There was a Republican polo raising at Sharrard Saturday, at which Hon. A. K. Campbell spoke. The meeting was a rouser. A pole 100 feet high was put up. The Noftth Benwood club was out with a cannon. Sam .Sloan as uiual contributed all he could to the success o? the demonstration. UarclnM About. Several attempts have recently been made to break into the 1'abst Hrewing Co.'s warehouse, on the South Side, but for some reason all of them failed. Albert Keinele's Baloon, at lhJ07 Main street, was entered by burglars Saturday night and the cash register, containing about $4, stolen. The empty register was found on tho river bank. Not Firo Alarm*. Saturday a farmer's wazon ran into a city liro alarm telegraph polu in the ragiun waru ana KnocKeu 11 aown. mo B. & 0. yard engine passed just afterwards and toro three wires oft' the poles. Chief Ileal)* had the damage repaired in a few hour*. The breaking of the wires caused the conga and city hall bell to ripe in two alarms. Tho N?w As soon as things are in eood shape at the new county jail it will be thrown open to the public, and all will be welcome to inspect it until the prisoners are transferred to it. After that one day a week, between certain hour*>, will bo designated as visitors' day. Notice will be given by tho sheriff through tho press when it "will bo convenient to receive visitors. In tlio Circuit Court. At Saturday's session of the circuit court, Thomas" Hoflron, a native of IroInnd, and Dominick Jarovitty, a native of Italy, were admitted to cmzensnip. Judue l'aull eranted an order for the removal of Robert Strauders, the colore<l iunatic, to Charlottsvillo, Vn. Sherifl Steenrodand Deputy Bentz took him there iast n iff lit. In tho rase of William M. Dnnlap vs. Burton Hedge*, an order was entered conliri^inj: tho ?ale of real estate. ^ Certain questions were reserved until December 4. In the case of Charles H. More vs. Patrick D. Carroll, there was an oruor of reference to Judge Boyd ABOUT P1SOPLB. StmoceM In tho City auU Wheeling Folk* A.nro-m. J. R. Cunningham, of Mannington, is at the Windsor. J. E. Moore, of the island, will spend the coming week iu St. Clairsville, Ohio. (ilenn F. Barnes,of Fairmont, and C. Collins, of l'eunsboro, aro at tile Slam in. Kdgar Faris, of the Island, has returned from visiting friend: iu Belmont county, Ohio. Mrs. l!o?e Alexander, of Canton, Ohio, is visiting Mrs. F. H. Langs, on Fourteenth street. Miss Charlotte Furis, of the Island, lias returned atlor a pleasant visit to friends in Washington, I'a. Mr. Edward Smith and wifo. of M'jr ganiown. uro visiting Jlr. ana .urs. w. A. Latash, on LnBelle street. Mr. Harry Cummins, who has boon rusticating during tho past six weeks at Aurora, W. Va., returned homo last evening. Mrs. K. P.. Armour anil Mrs. Smith, of Kansas Citv, nro the quests of their father, Mr. William li. llearne, at the McLuro House. Sisnor Kicc.irilo Ricci, tho basso, who was announced to particinato in tho services at St. Matthews 1'. E. Church yesterday morning, was unable to ting on account of suduring from a severo cold. Hon. John 0. l'endleton spent Sunday at his home in this city, after an extended absence campaigning in tho interior. Heconfinod toan IXTELt.tr,exceii reporter thatr he expected to beolectcd. Mr. C. Schnopf, tho weather observer. has received a notification from Mr. W. W. Denf, director of tlie state weather sorvico at Farkoraburg, that lio lmd been chosen n member of tho American association of state weather service observors. George J. Fletcher, of Clarksburg, W. M. Sweeney, William l'omoroy and P. H. Oliver, of Mannin.'ton, J. F. llyfoll, of Guyandotto, J. L. Johnson, of l.onu' fieach, J. J. Fisher, of Goldstown, John Stealy, of Sistersville, J. S. McCnsItey and E. E. Stewart, of Sew Martinsville, roxiateied at the Behlor yes torday. A telegram vap received on Saturday afternoon by I)r. and Mrs. Cunningham announcing tho death on that morning of their niece, Mrs. S. Weeks, in Marion, North Carolina, after a briuf attack of tho typhoid fever. She will bo rnmembcrod'ni tho eldest daughter of Un. MeDounnll, and was a pupil for a couple of years iu tho Third ward school of thin'city. _Th*Coigravc Browing Co. courts an analysis as to purity of their aid and (tout. rrius-3 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. POSSIBLY A HOMICIDE. A South Sice Quarrel that Occurred Sovoral Days ago rim ltrtrmtt irm/ nrnur r rnTlffV HHU iirtlUl [fiHl ntOUL! rHiHLLI Gets the Assailant into Serious Troubte--Hc is Locked up to Await the Result of his Victim's Injuries. 11c Alleges that the Deadly Blow was Struck with his Fist. Yesterday evening Robert Belleville, a well known iron puddler who lives in the Eighth ward, was arrested by Constable J?mchlin on a very grave charge. Ho was arraigned bofore Squiro Arkle, who sent him to jail to await develop mums. Last Tuesday evening Belleville anil Will Bayless. a nailer, pot into a quarrel, in the coune of which Bayless wag hit over the eye by Belleville, and his skull broken. The wound was not thought to be especially dangerous, until Saturday, when alarming symptoms set in. lilood poisoning has resulted, besides which it is evident that the brain was injured. Yesterday tho physicians in attendance gave it as their opinion that Bayless could not recover, hence Belleville's arrest and confinement in jail to await the result of the injuries. Belleville insists that he merely struck Bayless with his fist, but most people who have f-e^n the wound produced refuse to believe that the^naked fist could inflict it Tho injured young man is a nephew of Captain William Travis, a quiet, inoffpnsivoand very small fellow. lie is . very popular with his -associates. The I | assailant has the name of being quarrelsome. It will be remembered that I nAm" ?>?/v l.rt *?,tf <1 tunn nnmo<l I Stein on a boathouse iu tho Eighth ward. Tho fight of Tuesday occurred on the sidewalk in front of a South Sido saioon. It is reported to have originated in a dispute about the nailers' strike at tho Belmont mill. IN THItEK SWIFT ROUNDS Actor ilarrigun Knocki out Mnn:ig?r Ilnrklntiott, of Two old Croalo*." Those two are "Two Old Cronies" no longer. Charles llarkinson is manager of that drama, and Jamc3 Harridan was until Saturday an actor in the company, lie is a very skillful juggler, and does his specialty. Kecently the manager fined him $25, and Saturday night they had a quarrel about it at the Grand, and came to blows. Harridan, who is much tho smaller man, was petting the beat of it when they were parted. Then liarrican was discharged. Later ho went into the McLure house writinz room, where llarkinson was, and accosted him. In about a iniimte they were lighting, and in another liarrigan picked ui> a heavy chair and I dealt the other man a terrific blow, cutting his head. They were parted asrain, ar.d one of the clerks put liarrigan out of the hotel. Yesterday liarrigan called again toseo about that $25. Harkinson invited him up to his room, where ho said he would pay him. liarrigan said lie knew b?* i wanted him to go up so as to whip him, but ho was not afraid of him if he was a bigger man. So, up they went. The next anybody hoard of it, I screams were heard all over the hotel, ! and there was a lively racket in llarkinson's room, lie had locked the loor, and proceeded to thump the little I fellow a few. liarrigan was game, j though, and picking up the heavy wash i [ pitcher he struck the manager over the | head with it. breaking it an to pieces | and cutting the big fellow's head badly. | lfe then unlocked the door and escaped ! to the next floor above. Later both men were arrested by the ! police. They deposited money to cover j their fines and were released. The company left town last ni'jht. Fishts are said to have been frequent in it, I and it is understood a woman first caused bad feelings between Ilarkinson and liarrigan. NOTES OX NAVIGATION*. s:ug ; or Water nnil Movements of lioatn. | Tlio River Interest*. Saturday the new steamboat Sunshine was finished by the contractors, A. J. Sweeney <fc Son, and turned over to the owner, CapL Mack Gamble. The river last night was at one foot 3 | inchos and falling. Rain is badly needed, and it looks U3 if it mi^ht como before Ion?. Reports from headwaters wore as follows : Warren, Pa.?River two-tenths of ono j foot; cloudy and warm. Morgantown. W. Va.?River 4 feet 0 inches and stationary ; clear. Brownsville,Pa.-?River4 feet 8 inches I and stationary; clear. Whim >'ai ur? Needs assistance it may bo best to render it promptly, but ono should remem- i ber to n?o even the movt perfect rem eciies oniy wnen neeueu. xi:e oust mm most simple and pentle rpmedy is the Syrup of Kigs, manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Company. Bebciiam's Pills aro faithful friends. llnndquurlors For Men's Fine Shoes in nil tho latest shapes and Icadinp makos, all sizes and widths from SI to fT. I. V. Blond. The di ur.ittful weattign of tho past week has indncod Kdw. L. Hobo & Co. to still further reduce tho prices on their full lino of bicycles, of which they have a large stock that must soon be removed to winter quarters. Tub Wheeling Nightsoil Co. has the largest barrels and beat facilities for moving nightsoil. C. W. Rixey, general managor, corner Chaplino and bixeonth stroolH. Tnlenhonn 15. * , i s Science, I MEDICAL SC,ENCE; J has achieved a!1 f , triumph in, & the production of] BEECHABI'S: S 3 0 8 C5 w'ulch nil! care Sick |1 J rikhV) ileudnche ar.il all Her-j Jrom Disorder* arising from Impaired? J Dlffcatlon, ConMlpntloo and JJlm?r-? > drred I.trer | and Ihcy will qaiekly rc??t | btoro rroinen to complete Itrnlfti. $ | Covarcd with a Tastclsss & Soluble Coating, | Of a!! druggist*. Price 25 cent* a box. ? ? New \ orlc Depot, yn Cannl St. S THE HU3-ONE-P TEXAS Some veare a;ro thoro was con admonition: ' DON'T MONKEY WITH non-poetic,but in a garb of slang, thin gel traveled from that sawmill with all its flj and breadth of this great land. It has bee phors'flpd rauka as au Americanism #&. admonishes you against?THE JiUZZ S, only one purpose, and that is to go thr The proprietors ot.this imp of steel kno write the terse p!ira?? jus: guoted. But retail commerce, particularly theclothin is the dealer who sells you an ill-mado i of a good one, yet tho woods are full oi t Buzz-Saw Whoso object, like their prototype, is to tact with." AVe place ourselves in the po say to tlio buyer of Clothing ready made "DON'T MONKEY WI' Danger to your dollars lies in their jc it to your hard earnings that what you si at fault when it comes to makes and qua ment is constitutionally at fault for wa business. (This is ironcral.) We have years and we can talk it and sell it intel tnon?ysaving on your part whon you de; wo shall give unheard of values in our i and if you aro in it with ua we shall mak career. Our $10.00, $12 SUITS AND < Are a surprise to everyone. To sei stylos to select from. Cutaways ii SofL-4 On.? nml Thror? Uilttflr Our $18, $20, SUITS AND ( Tl?e same goods shown by the fii trimmed better, a perfect fit guarant< EIGHT TO TIFTEKN DOLLARS. | Our Furnishing G Brimful of Bargains. No matter wl lind tho same goods THE One-Price Clothiers, Hi Market and Fou GREAT BARGAINS?WHE! P.RP AT R A \ JL~J JL V. A JL> i ? A Decided Bargain c our various c Bargains in Parlor Suit bargains in Bed Loun^ ding of every descriptio in everything to make I attractive. Beijinnin? MONDAY, October Bargains in lied Koom Suites, the $20 00 - - Reduc $25 00 - - Reduc ?30 00 - Rcduci The above figures m $J, $io and $i Visii get our prices and you above. Remember, we will sell Wheeling Ini L. C. RICE, Manager. EGGER. WARRICK & CO. COMPARISON The Trn9 Tost of Herlt! i Compare Our Prices, Compare Our Quality, Compare Our Styles. Wc arc making n rtoig bid for your patrottage thin fail by OurUrnnd Showing o f j LADIES' AND MISSES' WRAPS AND FINE DRESS GOODS Of every design. Our lino is immcn<o. nnd varied enough to suit almost auvbody'a fatiry. Choip enough nnd o: value dent to nlcascdbo mast oconouiical. The Largest Line of Blankets, Flannels, Hosiery AND TlJ Hfl- X> S3 IR.XVEJ.A.H. IN THE CITY, P. S.?200 pounds Cholos Country Feathers for Sale. Ipjtntt efts 00.? 1132 MAIN STREET. RICE CLOTHIERS. SAWMILL snicunusly pouted tho followin; forcible THE til"///, SAW." Devoid of elegance in phrase of tho "Wild and Wooly West" ivor of originality, throughout tlie width in accepted ay one of tho greatest of nieulio lirst order, but what of that which it AW? It has for its Bole object on earth ntfrh whnti'vor it conies in contort u-?w twins its preat danger were inspired to ; how applicable is this wholo thin* to iK branch of it. How liko tho Buzz Saw inci poorly ilttinp garment for the price 1)040 Clothiers, ?a through whatevor tlicy come in con. sition of ibat forcible piece of advice and i rfl THE BUZZ SAW," idgmcnt, makes and materials. You owe pend is well np^nt. If your jurigpient ig litics, why patronize dealers whoso judg. nt of proper experience in the Clothing made 'Jailor-made Clothing a study fur lligently. Profit-savin? on our part ig al willi us. From now until Christinas L'iotliinc and Furnishing Department), 0 this the banner month of our business .00 and $15.00. DVERCOATS 3 them is to buy them. Dozens of 1 nil Rtvlofl. S:ick*. Double Breasted i Cutaways. $25 and $30 3VERC0ATS nest lailorp. Oours are made finer, jcd, ami we'll gave you at least from It'll pay you to make a trial. oods Department, liat others may oUor, you'll always at a lower price at HUB, liters and Faraiste, rteenth Streets. ILI NG INSTALMENT CO. A.RGAINS ! :an be had in any of lepartments, :s, bargains in Couches, jes, bargains in Bedn, and, in fact, bargains home comfortable and 3, we will offer yon Special i prices, some of which we quoto: ed from - $25 00. ed from $35 00. ed from - $45 00. iean a saving to you of t our place of business, will confrm all of the . you on Easy Payments. stalment Co., 1136 to 1140 Mnrkot Street. ATLANTIC TEA CO. A+lftTilin Ulnn Pn luidimi) iod ui. TEH IMPORTERS Coffee Roasters. The Largest. Cboanctt and Most Reliable Tel huJ Grocery llouse Ja the St&to. PRICE LIST: Granulated Sujrar, 10 lbs. (or SI 00 I Standard A Su^rar, 20 lbs. for 1 00 Light Yellow Sugar, 23 lbs. f or.... I 00 j Loir Raisins, now, 2 lbs. for 25 Valencia Bailing, new, 3 lbs. for.. 25 I RIpa nav r\ Ihn fr?r 25 Best Head Rice, new, 1 lbs. for... 25 I'carl Barley, now, 8 lbs. for 25 Oat ileal, now, G lbs. for 25 Rolled Oats, npv, G lbs. for 25 X. Y. Full Cream Choese, 15c por lb. ISrokun Coffee, lOo per lb. Kroah Roasted Coffee. 121c per lb. Clothos Pins, lc por dozen. Carpet Tacks, 8 oz., Ic per box. Bnware of lustirsoi Coacara^. ; We Lead, Let ThosB Who Cin Folloi. Atlantic Tea Co, I 1100, ll^and 2260 JfcrketSU