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BiWD THE LIST-STOWE & THOMAS. Stone & Thomas. Nread the list, Then conn? and examSne the goods and see for yourself if-it will not pay you to purchase now: Wladin,? - - J 3%c ' 814c Pncotot Maslin - 4Hc 8c 40-lidi Imlta - 634c 10c 41-IBCIJ luUln? 83^c 12 i-fc W-luc* Mnslla - 9^c Me 14 SieeUnfr - 12 c 20c 84 Shtttteg- - 19 c 80c 104 Sheeting- - 22 c 7c Dart Calico ; 4J^c It fimv PjiHm 3%C for fall and winter wear. Xau Wlltond It o-iirn just the right thing. $1.90, $2.40, cannot bo equaled. $1.00, ?1.35, $1.60, $3.00. 92.00. Othor now atyleg in Stifl Hats, $1.00, Children's llals and Caps, all BhapoB, $1.25, $1.50. all colors, all prices. UMBRELLAS, SATCHELS AND VALISES. ' McFADDEN'S ONE-PRICE STORE, 1 1320 and 1322 Market Strut. ^ early selections-geo. m. SNOOK a CO. Iggf] ARLY SELECTIONS. IPg, FIRST CHOICE jjj| ARE THE BEST. This is particularly true of DRESS GOODS and CLOAKS. With seven departments of Dress Goods and one immense dcparment of Cloaks, we aro in a position to meet the most exacting demands; No important stylo or color in either plain or novelty weave Dress Goods but what has a strong representation. No new shape, shade or material in Clonks but what can be found in our enlarged Cloak Room, which, by the way, is on the ground floor?no stain to climb. Many confined stylus in both lines. In 60c Dre9s Goods alone, over 100 styles shown, including complete linos of the celebrated Jamestown Worsted Goods. Fin or lines too direrso 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. y ? ' _____________ The Three Guardsmen:} n| In brlzhtoned Armor, will be on duty at our place of business this season as nsual. Geo. M. Snook & Co. J. 3. RHODE3 & CO, SHOES?0'KANE A CO. A REMARKABLE .L Suit Sale, $5-90 Ladies' Serge and Cloth Suits, ail rL this seasoa's styles. These Suits -HJ-. *-cZZ,*r,4fcrf htve been selling for $8 50, Siooo, $12 00 and 51500. THE WHOLE WORLD SBS5 Ii alter our Shoe!, nil protljr much oyerybody In Whoellng u In our ahoaa, too. You couldn't T n/Hnn'Cnll Innlrnln p>t?"rthiugbetwroithar m thofig ot lootLftflieS MliaCKetS: coma to footwear. A bad ihoo touchci a touilur In Tans, Navy Blue and Black. nut, and tender spots Bull be touched lightly, a.- qjR-nrf eSorarfM fnr II you want to touch yonr pocketbook lifbtly, w5i ?0 ana g'?aes, lor and that's apt 10 be a tender not aow-a-ilayi, come to tutor Shoes. $3-95. 0'KANE& CO., ? 1113 Main Street j. Si RllOdfiS neatly and promptly executed * Sc OO. AT TUB I2VTELUOXNCER JOB BOOH& | , 4*c R? Tftwnllnd _ 2?^C WW tynwiiig" , _ 10e Bariesley Cmlt 6%c 20e TirkBy Bed Table Linen- u 18 c Me Ttrtey Bed Table Linen . -29 c Me Tnrkej fied Table Linen - 42 c Stone & Thomas. LATEST FALL STYLES IN HATS?M. J. MTADDEN. 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 inspection of these new ones. THE "MIDWAY." THE "ALPS." So/tHata still continue in favor and The neatest and most atylishUStiiT Hat tl?a aeaaon some very finely proportion-t ... - . - -J i?i. i J_ AM. " . " " ' 7-- - : NEW MONASTERY" To be Bnllt by the St. AlphonauB Oatbolto Congregation. WORK COMMENCES IN THREE WEEKS The Bonding will bo Three Storlen, Very Large, and will bo a. Com pic to Capuchin Honaatery?Tbo Moro Cauaod by the Crowded Condition of the tiobools, / Xbe German Catholic congregation of this city, the 6t Alphonius, wilt within three weelu break ground on tbe building! that will constitute an extensive improvement in the property of the oongregation. It hai been decided to build a brick monastery building in tbe rear of the icbool home on South Mar fflta MAStqpatr. Offlcet Nos. ttfl and IT Fourteenth Street. New Advertisements. Attraction* for Early Fall-M. Gutman dk Co.Flfth Pate. Kid Cilovss?Geo. E. Stlfol * Co-Fifth Ps*e. Good Titao Comluf?L). Gnndilng 4 Co.? Fifth Page. List of Utters Remaining In tha Postofllce. Inventors?Hlmpton & Hsslett. City To* Notice?William IL Shaflor. Wanted?shelving sod Counters. Wanted?Non-U nloa Printers. Wanted?Ladles and Gentlemen. First Presbyterian Church. Fourth Street JL E. Church. Redemption ot Bond" of Klecttlc Light Loan. For Safe?Drue store. Bicycles?K. Hoge SMttBMig o. p. Ion & Co. Wall paper?John Friedel & Co. Cider vinegar?Albert Stolto & Co. VHK8LDCO PARK. . Tills magnlttcent and popular resort la now open. With It* beautiful walka and drives, fresh green lawns and beautiful flowers presents a sight that no one should fall to see and enjoy* Concert* by tbe fall Opera House Orchestin every Sunday afternoon, commencing at 8:30 o'clock. The best of meals and refrafthmente served. loo Cream from the Bark's own dairy. The Wheeling ft Elm Grove Railroad (motors) leave every hour, and is prepared to transport thousands of people with comfort and dispatch. Ten Pin parties should engage the alleya In advance. Park telephone 601-4. Those desiring to arrange for picnics should confer early with COLONEL AUGUST ROLF, s Manager, No. 33 Fifteenth street. NEW, NOBBY, USEFUL. Call and examine our handsome line of 1 fall Woolens,foreign and domestio and embracing every novelty la medium weight overcoatings, suitings and trowserings. Special attention given to fashionable get up. Fit guaranteed and prices reasonable. Jaros Hygiene Underwear again handled ?all sizes. Oflloe Coats, Grev, Blue, lIlMk, neat and comfortable. Bltser Jackets, Brown and Black, uifrtvaled for warmth and durability. 100 dosen Fast Colored, Seamless Half Hose at 30c a pair, just received* Dent Glove, Elghinle Shirt and a full line of Gents' newest Furnishings. C. HESS * SONS*, Fashionable Tailors and Genta' Furnish. ers, 1321 and 1383 Market street. IF you cannot see aud need Speetaoles yon should call on us and have your eyes tested without charge. We have the finest instruments and more experience than any other Optlclaa in the State, and guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. _ . JACOB W. tittUBB. Jeweler and Optician, Corner Twelfth and Market. Henry Klchenbcrg'. Funeral., The funeral of Henry Eichenberg took place yesterday afternoon from bis lato residence on McCoiloch street, in East Wheeling, and was largely attended. The ledge of Odd Fellows of which bo was a member attended in a body, headed by Mayer's brass band. & At Clork Hook'i Office. Clerk Uoolc yesterday admitted to record a deed made November 7,1892, by L. A. Rolf and wife to T, L. Harvey, for $0, lot 29 at Park View. John J. Kennoy was appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate of Patrick Kenney, deceased, and gave bond in the sum of $300, with Daniel Arndt as surety. Death of Mrs. Dr. Tout. Mrs. Alice Yost, of Warrenton, died on Thursday night very suddenly, aged thirty-eight years. She bad been sick for some time, but was up on Thursday and appeared considerably better. She was the widow of Dr. Qeorge Yost, who was drowned several years ago. She leaves two daughters, aged twelve ana sixteen. The older began to teach u short time ago. Buss Bait To-morrow. From the interest manifested in the game of baie ball to be played on the tunnel green to-morrow afternoon between the bachelors and married men's nines, it is probable that a large crowd will witness it. The batteries will be Corcoran and Wertsberger for the bachelors and Caltenbach and Bumbaugh for the married fellows. The game will be called at 3:80 p. m. sharp. Madame Zeno'. Balloon Burned. Madame Zeno and Prof. Trainer went out to the Jacktown. Pa., fair this week, and were to make a balloon ascension on Thursday, but just as the balloou was inflated and ready to rise the canvas canght Ore on ita top, burning a hole and effectually preventing an ascension. The professor is certainly having tough iuck who ? uHiioon in tue post iwo weeks. a Robber Game. Wheeling people returninn. from tike -Jacktown, fa., fair bring reports refloct-f ing greatly 011 the honesty and straightforwardness of the management. The McLaughlin horse, Highwayman, went second in one of the races bat the purse advertised was not forthcoming. Louis Frobe'e horse secured first place in another race but his experience was simi. lor to McLaughlin's; no money. The gamblers overran the place, and a number of robberies took place. Altogether this year's Jacktown fair has been a record.breakor in several ways. ' fcji i>..' | Ki Exchange Bank Stock In ' All the indications continue to encourage the expectation that the Exchange Bank will be able to reopen its doors for business not Inter than October L Of the $100,000 additional capital stock It wat decided to sell, somewhat over $93,000 had been taken up to last evening, and it Is thought the entire $100,000 will be subscribed in a day or two more. Nearly all the depositors have signed the agreement to accept certificates at fonr and eight months and n year, and Including those who are absent and cannot be seen and all others, it is not thought that ten per cent of the (lepqiits will remain unprovided for in this way in a day or two more. ? ? Vcgetnl'le. Scare., bat Cheap. Albert Retires, living above Martin's Ferry, who ia one of the best known gardeners in this section, says that the hard times have a great deal to do with the low price of vegetables this fall. Tomatoes, for example sell ?t 50 cents a bnshel, while if money was moae plentiful they would bring 75 cents. Many families who usually put up aeveral bushels of tomatoes each season have not put up any this year on account of the scarcity of money, and others who can considerable fruit find It necessary to fait back on tomatoes and there are others who are not putting up anything. Mr. Kehrer says that the yield of vegetables this year has been only fair. This is accounted for by the hall and dry weather. Snook * Go.'? Satnrdnj Special, i Four button kid Gloves in Tan, Sage, Heliotrope, Russet, Slate, Blue and Black at 6Se a pair to-day. You havo paid $150 for no better. We will sell Fall Wraps and ready made suits to-day cheaper than you have ever had them. Geo. M. Shook A Co. Moulding at cost. No. 2135 Main street! "V. W. Bkrry, Assignee. Jcet street on the ground now usea as a play ground lor the children of the schools. Leinor & Faris aro preparing the plant, and it is expected that work on the foundations will be started early in October. This move was uiado uiora or less imperative on account of the crowded condition of the school building, where 600 children attend school. The top floor has heretofore beon uied as a residencefor tho Capuchin fathers in charge of <the woricof the congrozatiozi and schools. Whon the new buildingis completed, next spring, the priests will reside in the monastery building, and the top floor of the school building will be cut up into Bchool rooms. Tho new structure will be patternod after the style of the monasteries of the middle age and will be an imposing building of three etorios. The ground' plan occupies a space 100x130 feet making it plain that the building will be a large one, and it is said that it will be one of the most complete of the Capachln monasteries. THE "AliMKl" NO. 2. The now Combination Flro Apparatus for il.- Taland Yesterday the new bote wagon, chemical engine and hoolc and ladder trnck combined, bought for the Seventh ward bote home, arrived from Chicago over tbe B. iSc 0, road, and waa at once run to the Atlantic engine house, where it waa inspected by scores of people all afternoon. It is a very compact macliino, and the handsomest apparatus in the department It bears the name "Alert No.i2" on large brass platei, on tho sides just under the driver's seat. Tbe chemical engine tank is under the seat and the chemical hose reel just back of this, while the extension ladders, hooka and axes hang on the sides. The body olthe wagon will hold as much hose as the Atlantic wagon. Tho step behind for the men to stand on is particularly broad and commodious. The machine will be an ornament to the department, and furnishes juit the protection tbe Garden Spot,has long lacked. Tbe council committee on fire department is called to meet at 3:80 p. m. today to inspect and test the new engine. |A WMo.AwaUe Firm. The McAuley-Peters Tent and Awning Company, of this city, yesterday received the contract to furnish the Vi'eat Virginia National Guard with tents for the annaal encampment. An'idea of tbeir magnitude of the reaourcos of this firm may be gained when it is stated that it will require five cars to transport the necessary number of tents for this encampment. Not only can the firm stand almost any demand, bnt its goods are always of the very best qnal-. lty and are sold at prices which astonish people used to the high charges mide by other manufacturers, Tho Slodorn Beauty Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise in the opeu air. Her form glows frith health and her '*?? .U1?aimb mUlt ha Itnnnttr Tf linn I iniiO tuiuviuo nn?i ?? > uvhuuv> system needs tlie cleansing action of a laxative remedy, sl?e uses the gentle nnd pleasant liquid laxative Syrup of Figs. ^ A ?oo(t Opportunity. Next Mondiiy tho Wheeling & Lake Erie railway will sell round trip tickets to Chicago at low rate?. Leave Wheeling at 3:15 p. in., city time, arrive at Chicago 7:25 a. 111. Leave Chicago-'at oJ?4fi.>p. m., arrive at Wheeling 11:45 a. in. Shortest route and qqjpkest time. Special Excitation to tlto Pittsburgh Exposition via B. ? O. It. it. Saturday, September 16, tlio Baltimore & Ohio ltailroad Company will sell excursion tickets to the Pittsburgh Exposition at tho rate of $2 lor the round trip, including admission to the Exposition, good returning three days, including day of sola World's Fair. The Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling Railroad Company will run a special excursion train to Chicago on September 19,. leaving Wheeling at 7:00 a. in. Tickets gogd ton days from date of salo. One faro for tho round trip. J. E. TBRRV, General Freight and Passenger Agent. Don't fail to attend tho Wyoming horse sale at Bridgeport, Saturday, September 10. World's Fair Excursion Tin Penhnylvanla Llttci. September 31, $11 rouAd trip from Wheeling, 5:30 a. m., central tiino, good returning until October ], inclusive." For details please aoply to J. 0. Tomlinson, Ticket Agent. Wheeling, W. Vn. PI IMAY V Mil B MM ua * ?$? I** PUREST I VAND BEST LESS THAN HA LP THE" PRICE- OF OTHER BRANDS + POUNDS,20* m HALVErSJO + QUARTERS5# SOLD IN CANS ONLY THE FALL SEASON?THE HUB CLOTHIERS. Now! AT THE VERY DAWN OF THE Fall Season We want our readers, customers and the public generally to know whj\jthey should deal at THE HUB. 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 ? 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 embellishments and more faultless in shape. ! Our numerous departments are rapidly filling up with these elegant goods and they will all be offered at a VERY SMALL PROFIT ON ORIGINAL COST. thTThub, One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Farnishers, Fourteenth and Market Streets. \ V \ ====a AUCTION SALE OF STORAGE GOODS. AUCTION. SALE ~ OF ?1 Furniture and Carpets. FVRmwRK\ i IT AnnAnmtTiTTmTr i carpets m urmrunrn furniture. carpets, IZZTk of your life to IZZ furniture. oabpeih. furniture. Mi Yonr Hodi o ! oarpetb, : furniture. carpeto | furniture. carpets, furniture. i ttptthm c a t 17 0abpeta furniture. AUtllUiN oALU CAEPEm furniture. carpets. furniture. of unclaimed carpets, furniture, -y ; n 1 j carpets, = Storage Goods! = furniture: u carpets. furniture " * ?consisting of? furniture. ' carpets. furniture. bed poohl sllits, oarpets. furniturk parlor Sets, Beds, furniture. qnrintrq i nuntrp? carpets. !!!!"!!! Odd Beds. Bureaus. ZlZ ure Washstands, / furniture. Chairs, Tables, ;0AEP^ furniturk Cooking Utensils. FURNITURE. ?ALS0 A large LOT or? .CARPET* furnittjrr , i yv carpets. EES Carpets and Rugs, furniture. . ?beginning? carpet* FURNITURE CarPET8. furniture. jyjQ^DAY, SEPT. 18, caepetb, I furniture. carpets furniture. in front of old Court House, corner narpets. furniture. Twelfth and Chapllne streets. Sale at 10 o'clock and continue every day cabPEK FURNITURE. untll the whole lot Is sold. oaRPETS. FURNITURE. 0ABPBI8, .FURNITURE. * 0AWBffll furniture. TERMS CASH. oabpet& FORNITURE. . carpets. furniture. \ oakpei& furniture. oarpets gg?** w. h. H&LLER, Auctioneer. 0J,^ furniture. " '