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Stone & Thomas. ?0 READ THE LIST, Tften come and examine the goods and see for / yourself if it will not pay you to purchase now: 44 MosUd, 3%c 6 l-4c Pacoiit Muslin - - 43^c - " -;i Rl/n He w-incn lasuu - Mc 42-inch Huslln 8Hc 12 l-2c 46-Inch Haslln t 20c 9-4 Sheeting.... * 12 c 26c 94 Sheeting 19 c 30c 104 Sheeting - 22 c 7c Dark Calico 43^c 7c Grey Calico 3%c 7c Indigo Bines 4^c flc Toweling ' 2%c 10c Barnesley Crash 6%c ?*- ??* ? j? m.vt. n..M J Q 0 m rrney ?ea mm nuau v. 40c Tnrtey Bed Table Linen 29 c 00c Tnrtey Bed Table linen 42 c Stone & Thomas. LATEST FALL STYLES IN HATS-M. J. M'FADDEN. McFADDEN'S Latest Fall Styles in Hats. We call your attention to our new shapes in Hats, the very latest and best out. which we sell at our usual low prices. We ask your in spectlon of these new ones. THE "MIDWAY." THE "ALPS." continue In favor Tho nenioBtand moat stylish Stiff Hat this season some very finely proportionlor fall and winter wear. Youwlllflndit etl hats for stylish dressers. Ourpricea " ^ <-nn>inH>n?minli>d. Stl .00. 41.2 ">. *1.50. liMt mo rifini iiiioK. ?i.ou, ? 'T 'T * $3.00. 92.00. Other new styles in Stift Hats, $1,00, Children's Hats and Caps, all shapes, $1.25, $1.50. all colors, >11 prices. UMBRELLAS, SATCHELS AND VALISES. f fflcFADDEN'S ONE-PRICE STORE, c'u,"*1\ ^320 ani \rn Market stmt. EARLY SEIECTIONS-GEO. M. SNOOK A CO. |fe|ARLY SELECTIONS. 1?, FIRST CHOICE BBsiSI ADC TUC DCCHT r\I\C 11IC DCOl. This It particularly true of DRESS GOODS and CLOAKS. With seven departments of Dress Goods and ofio immense deparment of Cloaks, wo are in a position to moot the most exacting demands. No important stylo or color in either plain or novelty weavo Dress Goods but what has a strong representation. No new shape, shade or material in Oloaks but what can be found in our enlarged Cloak Itoom, which, by the way, is on the ground floor?no stairs to climb. Many confined styles in both lines. In 50c Dress Goods alone, over 100 styles shown, including complete lines of the coiebratod Jamestown Worsted Goods. Finer lines too. diverse to permit description. Velvets, Satins, Novelty Silks. Braid, Silk Beaver, Jet, Metal and other trimmings to match all Dress Goods. $1,064 worth of Readymade Suits will be sold for $470. Fall weight WRAPS, in black and all the prevailing colors. The Three Guardsmen:} ' In brightened armor, will boon duty at our place of busl ness this season as usual. Geo. M. Snook & Co. J. S. RHODES *. CO. SHOES?O'KANE & CO. A REMARKABLE ^ Suit Sale, $5.90 1 Ladies' Serge and Cloth Suits, all this season's styles. These Suits ?-S have been selling for $8 50, ffiooo, $12 00 and *15 00. THE WHOLE WORLD 11 aItflr onr Bhoo. soil pretty muoh overy body - in Wheeling Is In our shoo.., too. Von couldn't Ladies' FallJickets comos to footwear.. A bad shoe touches a tender In Tans, Navy Blue and Black, ?p?'. and tendor ipota mast t? touohed njhUy. a>. e/C <69 f?r Myon want totonoh yonr pocketbook JlibUy, $5, $0 and $8 grades, for .ndthat'i ?ptto be a tender .pot nowaday*, ?m come to tu tor Shoei $3.95, 0'KANE~& CO., 1113 Main Street J% nil A/l PQ #JOB '+ WORK# I Ml llilwUUU KSATIA* ASD PROMPTLY BXBCUTSO ffo MMxspm. O (licet No*. 80 and %1 Fourteenth Htrent. N?w Advertlaemente. Wanted?Lump Coal 0;?era Home?"The Iile of Champagne."' /Mimeographa?Carle Broa. Wear Virginia 8tata Fair Notice. For Rent?Jaaea L. Ilawiey. Won ted-Twenty Bricklayers. Grand Opera House?The Old Soldier. Twenty-flvo Cents Will Buy?Frank Stanton. The SiiporioritT?H. F. Benrena For Rent and For Bale?Jamea A. Henry. For Sale?Fine Saddle Hone and Jersey Cow. Read the Llat?Stone <St Thomas?Kighth Page. For Sale?Drug Store. Don't Drink?Swing Broa. Do You Want Something Very Fine??I. 0. Dillon & Co. Song Recital?Madame JUte Holla. Wall Paper?Johnjfriedel <fc Co. NEW, NOBBY, USEFUL. Coll and examine our handaome line of tail wooiens,foreign auu anmeino ami em* bracing ovory novelty in medium weight overcoatings, suiting* and trowserlngs. Speelnl attention given to fashionable get up. Fit guaranteed and prices reasonable. Jaros Hygiene Underwear again handled ?all iltei. Oflloe Coats, Groy, Blue, Black, neat and comfortable. ' Bltzer Jackets, Brown and Black, unrivaled for warmth iuid durability. 100 dosen Vast Colored, Seamless Half Hose at 88c a pair, just received. Bent Glove, 3?Jgbm)e Shirt and a full line of Gents' newest Furnishing*. C. HESS * SONS', Fashionable Tailors and Goats' Furnishers, 1881 and 1883 Market street. IF yon cannot see and need Speetaeles yon shonld call on us and liavo your eyes tested without charge. We hare the finest Instruments and more experience than any other optician In the State, and guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. JACOB W. GRUBB. Jeweler and optician, Corner Twelfth una Market. Before Justice Glllespy. Last evening Jim Smith, of Athena, Ohio, was arreated by Officer West, charged with stealing a pair of shoes from the Backet. He was taken before JusticeGilieapyand fined 310 and coats, in default of which he was sent to jail for ten days. South Side Paving. The street paving at the corn or of Forty-third and Jacob streets on the Sou tn Side is now practically completed, and teams can now pais the'electric cars without trouble on Jacob. The paving between Forty-fourth and Forty-fifth is now being taken np, and the single track will be moved over to the middle of the street, after which the pavement will be relaid. A Flailing Party. A party of sportsmen left yeatorday' morning at 9 o'clock in a wagon for Fishing creek, where they will camp out for the next two weeks, and ondeavor to make a record catching fish. The party included Dr. Slathers, Cecil Robinson, of the La Belle and Job Smith. They carried a complete camping outfit including tents, cooking ntenBils, eta A Woll Known Good Templar. Mr. Olark W. Simonds, of Bed Jacket, Michigan, graud chief tomplar of tbo Lake Superior grand lodge, Independ * r\ 3 t n ? J m 1 i uu* uruuroi vtoou isuipinnj, is ou lumping in Wheeling for afew dnye, and expect! to visit Enterprise, Nail City and Rescue lodges at their next meetings. Mr. Simonds has visited 703 different lodges o! tbe order in various parts of the United jitates and Canada during the past twelve years he has been connected with tbe fraternity, and is one of the most wide awalce and best posted members of tbe order. At Momrt park. Forty-thtrd street from Jacob to the foot of Mozart hill is being graveled, sons to farnish a good roadway for visiitor at Mozart Park, which will open to the public about the first of next month. It was originally intended to open the resort on th'o first of this month, bat thd breaking of some of the machinory prevented the carrying out of this project. A large force of men are now working ou the machinery. It was suggested that the Wheeling Kailway Company build a spar track to tbe foot of the hill, but this project was aoanuoneu on account. 01 a crossing unit would be necessary over the Baltimore & Ohio tracks. The atone Bridge Slrftter. Mr. 'William Ellingham of the stone bridge commission was seen yesterday, and as iced as to the action of council Tuesday night in referring back bills /or repairs on the bridge. He said that the members of the commission are as nnxious to quit as are membors of council for thorn to quit, bat they are compelled by tlie advice of the city solicitor to retain their positions, nntil all claims against the firm of Paitro, Carey <Sc Co. are fully settled. Mr. Ellingnam said that theso claims are still in abeyanceand are not likely to be settled for at least two' years. He said that until this settlement is made, repairs on the bridge must be made by the commission. A Had Freight Wreck. A freight wreck which occurred at Gastonville, on the B. & 0., Tuesday, delayed all trains for some time. An east-bound freight which was standing at that point was run into by another train which had been following It. The engine of the second train went clear through the caboose of the other train. Twelvo cars were demolished and the second train's engino badly broken. The engineer, Thomas Murray, of Glenwood, was slightly injured. The wrecking crew was soon on the ground, but the track was not cleared until threo o'clock yesterday morning. All passengers Tuesday afternoon and evening were transferred. Trains were running yesterday as usual. Tramf or* Recorded. Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to rocord transfers of real estate as follows: May 11 by Andrew Hydinger and wife and others to Elizabeth Hydinger, for .$5, a deed of correction for a lot at the corner of Water and Forty-fifth stroets. September 12 by Charles T. Goff and wife to John T. King, for $2,100, a lot on Jacob stroet near Forty-seventh. May 21,1801, by R. M. Maxwell and wife to Simon L. Hunt, for $115, a tract of two aores and sixty poles on the West Liberty and West Alexander road, in Liberty district. Augnst 22 by H. Z. Sbrlver and wife and others to Margaret Pracht,ior $250, lota 96,97,115 ana 116 in sactlon B in ML Wood cemetery. MADAMS KATE KOtXAiwUl render n delightful programme at I. o. O. F. hall thU evening, aeeUted by Mr. Chnrlea u. Ott* Pan-Handle Excursion to Pittsburgh, September 14?Bound Trip as. Account Base Ball and Exposition. Boston vs. Pittsburgh. Trains leave 7:30 a. m. and 1:30 p. m., city time. Above rate includes Admission to the Exposition. Tickets good two days from data,of sal*. BARGAINS In China and Brle-a-Brao, Friday and Saturday, September 10 aad 10. I. O. DILLON * CO. m BpselalExonreton to PMteburgh Exposition via Baltimore * Ohio Babroad. Thursday, September 14, the Baltimore & Ohio will dell excursion tickets to the Pittsburgh Exposition at the rate A GIRL'S SHOCKING DKATIL Her Father** Form Wagon Cpsots on her, Killing her. Nellie, danghtorol William P. Walker, a Brooke county farmer livfuf? not far from Wheeling junction, met her death in a horriblo manner yesterday afternoon. Mr. Walker waa driring a farm wagon and spreading manure in a field. The little girl accompanied her father and rode on the Wagon. They had reached the end of a field on one trip, and Mr. Walker tried to turn the wagon, but owing to the formation of the ground it waa upset. Mr. Walker was caught by the wturon and squeezed, but managod to cull himself loose, and then went to the reicue of his daughter, whom he found pinioned down with a portion of the wagon resting on her neck. He was not able to lift the wagon, "J "' I ^ioil hufrtrA tlm ATM of the agonized father. Mr. Walker was obliged to go to bis brother's (arm lor help to get tbe wagon off the lifeless form of bis girL Tbe parents are prostrated by tho aUair. A Bo/'a Log Broken. Night before lait a younu son of Louis Carl, of South Jacob street, was riding oa bis velocipedo when be took a header and fell violently to tbo ground, stunning him somewhat. He was helped to his home and an examination made, I.when It was supposed tbat bis left leg | had been only sprained severely. Yesterday, however, Dr. Ford was called in and it was discovered that tbe boy's leg was broken. He will be laid up for some time. IS THE CIRCUIT COURT. A Kumbor of Caaei I'naMd on at Volterdnjr'a Seavlon, In Judge Faull's court yesterday the jury In the case of tbo interpleader ol Laura B. Wheat in tbe suit against Harry L. Wheat returned a verdict that tbe property belonged to Mrs. Wheat, j lb the case of B. W. Allen, Laudon I Wharton's executor, v?. Lewis wnarI ton, the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum oi $137 50. | The cases of Mary Ferpura vs. Counihan Bros, and Mary Ferpura vs. N. Schulz, were tried to the same jury, the question at issue being identical in the two cases. August Hottmann, a native of Germany, was admitted to citizenship. An order was entered removing the estate of Oatherino A. List to James A. Oglebay, an executor, in Missouri. In the case of Cynthia Clark vs. Jos. Dean et at, a decree of aqlo wus entered. In Judge Campbell's court, in tho divorce case of Barbara Cox vs. John Cox, an order was entered that the defendant pay to tbe plaintiff $75 every six months, ior ber maintainance. In the cose of J. A. Monroe vs. Robert 8. Williamson, a decree was entered confirming tbe sale of real estate. Sons of Ttimperance. Lawrenco M, Wilton Division No. 68 was organized Monday night with (13 charter members by Captain Mark W. Larkine, of Meadvllle, Fa., one of tfto grand trustees and organizer of tho National division. They will meet every Manday evening in Sons of Temperance hall on Market street The officers are as follows: Chief patriot, Peter S. Harper; vlco patriot, Miss Martha C. McClure; past patriot, Samuel W. McLain; scribe, Willis D. Jackson; collector. Miss Lettie A. Kulp; treasurer, Mrs. Ada M. Harper; conductor, Harlow B. Jackson; eacort, Miss Daisy N. Cook; guard, Miss Fairer P. Jackson; watch man, unmet r* Jvuip; uraiiu uopuiy, Willis D. Jackson: trustees, Frank 6. Cook, Jav 0. McLain, Willis D. Jackson; delegate to national district, Willis D. Jackson; alternate to national 'district, Peter S. Harper. Twenty-seven members of Wheeling Division No. 1,038 were in attendance and assisted in tho organizing. Steubonvlllu Industrie*. The plate mill and nail factory at tbe Laughlin mill, at Mingo Junction, .will resume next Monday ana Wednoiday. The plate mill and heating furnaces at the Jefferson resume next week, and will re-employ 250 hands. The nail factory is running in part The Acme Glass Works will be on fall next week with COO bands. The Modern llennty Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise in the open air. Her form glows with health and her (ana lilnnma wifh Ita hoanfv. Tf liar ayatem needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uao? the gentle and pleasant liquid laxative Syrup of Fi*> Jbbt received, ono case all wool Corded Dross Goods, in plain colors, at 40c a yard, worth 31. Also 200 dozen Seamless Ualf lIoae, in unbleached and brown 'mixed, at 50c a pair, worth double. Geo. M. Snook & Co. MADAMK HOLLA nml Mr. Ott will randor a vocal anil elocutionary programme at the I. O. O. Br hall thin evening, wlilch will he flte only opportunity this seaion tq, -hear Madame Rolla?_ GREAT bargain* tn China on Friday and Saturday at L G. DILLON & CO.'S. Ahsiqnef.'s Sale of Wall Paper and Moulding at cost. No. 3136 Main street. V. W. Berry, Assignee. GOOD SUPPER 80c, at Grand Army Hall, Friday, September 15, by the women of the English Lutheran Chnrolu Alio lee Cream and Cake* No admission fee. Come* Don't fail to attend tho Wyoming horse sale at Bridgeport, Saturday, Seppember 1(1 World's Fair Excursion via Pennsylvania Lines. September 21, $11 round trip from Wheeling, 6:30 a. m? central time, good returning nntll October 1, inclusive. For details pleaso apply to J. G. Tomlinpon, Ticket Agent, Wheeling, W. Va. mm Yrvr purest I VAND BEST LESS THAN HALF THE" PRICE-OF OTHER BRANDS + POUNDS, 20* + HALVES,I0* QUARTERSi54 SOLD IN CANS ONLY THE FALL SEASON-THE HUB CLOTHIERS. Now! I 0 A m mrtn ? mr*\i r\ i itrkf rvr TT1 r A1 1HE VfcKI IJAW1N ur inc Fall Season We want our. readers, customers and the public generally to know why they should deal at THE HUB. . J FIRST?We excel all in stock. Where else can you find the variety ? Where else can you find such an immense stock of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings under one roof ? v SECOND?We excel in buying. Our large purchases, .backed by plenty of cash, often captures bargains. THIRD-We excel in progress; first to continue the one-price and guarantee, and always foremost in finding the best ways to serve the public. BETTER INDUCEMENTS Than ever is what we intend to offer the coming season, so expect to be surprised often. We have the same range of Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, etc, that were worn a year ago, but they are richer, more beautiful in embelishments and more faultless in shape. Our numerous departments are rapidly-filling Tin ii/ifh fhoco /alorr'jnf nm/"?Hc onH thoi/ will oil H/a up vr till UlVgUllh HMW kiiwjr '? III Ull UW> offered at a VERY SMALL PROFIT ON ORIGINAL COST. THE HUB, One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Faroisbers, , / Fourteenth and Market Streets. AUCTION SALE OF STORAGE GOODS. # AUCTION SALE OF Fnrnitnre and Carpets. ZZSl A80PP0RTDNITY 1= FURNITURE. CARPET! FURNITURE. _ I CARPETS. furniture. ur yuuk llfij lu carpets, furniture. carpets, = Fsril Tour lie! = furniture. |%| carpets. furniture , carpets, furniture. i TT ptthm C a T t7 oarpei8, furniture AUtllUlN OALIj oabpe* furniture. carpets, furniture. OF UNCLAIMED carpeti furniture. ~ it oarpet& furniture lfai)qf[/) i aa/lfl i cibpik IxOOQS! In I furniture u carpets, furniture 1 carpets.! CONSISTING OF furniture. carpets. furniture Bed POOITI Suits, oarpeis. furniture par|or sets, beds, * i furniture c_ r carpets, furniture i furniture. Odd Beds, Bureaus, ojbfm| furniture." w ssnstsflds, carpets. furniture. CllflirS, TableS, carpets. furniture Cooking Utensils. ^arpet&I furniture. >carpek furniture -aisoa.labgiswtof- carpek j ill carpets and Rugs, =1 furniture carpek furniture ?beginning? oarpet&l ZIZi MONDAY, SEPT. 18, ?3| FURNITURE ]n front of o]d Court House, corner oorn I FURNITURE Twelfth and Chapline streets. Sale" CAKFfc" prmNiTORE. at 10 o' clock and contipue every day CARPS? until the whole lot is sold. pirpeo i furniture carpj^m furniture cakfe? TERMS CASH. |"S1 furniture. uakr furniture1 0abp^ i furniture ciiir h 5gEg_ I. H. HALLER,Anctioniier. KJ