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Stone & Thomas. ' - * i * READ THE LIST,, Then come and examine the goods and see for yourself if it will not pay you to purchase now: , W Muslin, ' - 3%c 614 Pacolet Mnslln 4>Cc 8c 40-lDCb Muslin 6%c ' 10c 42-incb Mnslln 83^c li l-2o 46-lncb Mnslln i 93^c 20o 94 Sheeting 4 i 12 c v28o 9-4 Sheeting 19 c 30c 10-4 Sheeting 22 c At / 7c Dark Calico 7c Gray Calico 3%c 7c Indigo Bines . 4>?c fic Toweling r. >. 2%c 10c Barnesley Crash ' ' 6% c 28c Tarkey Red Table Linen 18 c 40c Turkey Rid Table Linen 29 c 80c Tnrkey Red Table Linen 42 c Stone & Thomas. * 1 1 11,11 1 1 iii 11 LATEST FALL STYLES IN HATS-IVI. J. M'FADDEIM. McFADDEN'a htost Fall Stvlfis in Hats. UU VWU JL WU >1/ WJ AVIV ? ww ?. x 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." Soft Hats still continue in favor and The neatest and most stylish Stiff Hot this season soma very finely proportionfor fall and winter wear. You will find it ed hats for stylish dressers. Ourpriccs . - just the right thing. $1.90,82.40, cannot be equaled. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $3.00. $2.00. Other new styles In Stiff Hats, $1.00, Children's Hats and Caps, all shapes, $1.25, $1.50. "" all colors, all prices. . iiannm ? ? n a -prti i r-i r% a mn i r a ! f o r* n U iVI DnCLLnO, SKI^nCLO rtlNU VrtUIOLO. McFADDEN'S ONE-PrM STORE, inn.h?cu"at *""' 1- 1320 and 1322 Martet Street. DRESS GOODS-GEO. M. SNOOK i. CO. Rough or Smooth! WHICH ? jjP^ifiBKNE authority of fashion insists that rough, or more properly speaking, semi-rough weaves in DRESS Wr- /&GOODS are the correct thing. Another of equal f^lSpWBa i prominence declares that smooth materials are the I most stylish. We therefore leave the matter entirely in the hands of our customers, assuring them that llftSx-CT'vJ we have secured for this season's trade the best and YSvmwJ most complete lines of both rough and smooth weaves ever shown in Wheeling, all of which are extremely siynsn. HERB ABE SOUVEIE OB1 THBM: THE BOUGH WEAVES: Glace Cheviots, Illuminated Oaiit&i Dlaraomloue Checks, Hop Clothl, Saltings, Faner Diagonal*, Hen Cloths, Changeant Basket ? lleathor Suitings, Cheviot Crolse, Cloths, I THE SMOOTH WEAVES : Rayetlnes, Drap Do Paris, Cravonette RainW?lt Diagonals, Mengallne*, proof Serges. Whip Cords, Henrietta*, Ilroadcloths, Beiges, Oinbaro Suiting*, _ French Serges. * KATTE CLOTHS and POINTILLE bUlTINGS. Fall lines of PrleaUoj*s Celebrated Black Goods. As to color*: Havana Brown, Green, Purple, Dark Wine and Nary aro the most In .favor, although t hero nro a number of other good oolon. Many high-toned and ohanxeablo effects ainong|both plain and rough weaves. TEIMMINUS?'Velvet* will be lankly used, especially upon rough weaves. Of'co-equal lmportanoe are Braids, which we have in Silk and Worsted. Black aud plain two-tonea colon, straight and wave, narrow, modlum and wide. Neat effects In Novelty Silks, plain Satin Duchoss andchrystal weaves make hgndiome trimmings for corlain materials. v tar Over 800 piece* 50c Droits Good* alone now In stook. Mr one case Corded Dress Gooda in plain colors, 40c a yard, worth Ml 00. Geo. M. Snook & Co. J. 3. RHODES A CO. SHOES-O'KANE A CO. A REMARKABLE SuitSale. jK jg . $5^90 Ladies' Serge and CJoth Suits, all SSiijJJ this season's styles. These Suits *' have been selling for $8 50, $1000, ? *12 00 and Sis 00. GOOD LOCK thrown <?. ?. aftora departing brldsl couple, but it makes mo differLadies FallMets ifeSSH j V purchase of FOOTWEAR you make in Tans, Navy Blue and Black, at our store. You're In luck when you ?? no Bet ? really food Shoe at a LOWER $5, $0 and $8 grades, for PRICE. That's ju?t what you gat from _ - 1 us in every instance. Our FOOTSp?r fl A WEAR is of the Good iuct brand and "V Vi ^ ' la in high favor with lucky buyers. vpy.v/v^. 0'KANE & CO., 1113 Main Street 1 KnnrtPQ *JOB + M0HK* l|j. - " M< llllV/UV/U' heatly axd fbomptly executed ^ & OO. A* THE IXTVfcUGKKCEB JOB BOOKa. ffthfr %MK^rtirifc ( wnfi^s^n^vMPTv/w Office: Nw, ?a?nil JI7 Ifpurteenth Street. \ New Advertisement*. Biorolo Race Tournament-Fifth Face. Ktu (J love*?Geo, K. titifel & Ca-Flflh Page. Cheap Clothinf-pTbe Hal>?Eighth Pago. Hough or Smooth?Uoo. M. bnook & Co.? Eighth i'ago. Ouud Luck?O'Kaue A Co.?Eighth Page People's Mimco Theatre. ? , For rfale?Bridgeport National Dank Stock. Honey Brokem-Holf & Zauu Opera Houne?Fantaiuia. Investors?Simpson A Haslett Don't Drink?Hiring Broa ? 1qDO;You Want Home thing Very Flue??L G. DI1Wall Paper?John Frfedel* Co. Cider Vinegar?Albert titolxe d do. , RodoinpHon of Bondc of Electric Light Loan. NEW, NOBBV, USEFUL. Call and examine opr handsome lino of fall Wouiens,foreign and domestic and embracing every novelty is medium weight overcoating*, suitings and troweerlnga* U,,?"U| *???nHnn o-ivan to fashionable cot up. Fit guaranteed and prices reasonable. Juros Hygiene Undorweur again lran?llml ?nllslM*. Office Coats, Grey, Blue, Black, neat nod comfortable. Bltser JackoU, Brown and Black, unrivaled for warmth and durability, 100 doxen Fait Colored, Seamless Half Roie at tffo a pair, just received. Dent Glove, Klghiuie Shirt and a foil line uf GeAU' newest Furnishings. C. HESS * SONS', Fashionable Tailors and Gents' Furnishers, 1381 and 1883 Market street. IF you cannot see and need Spectaoles youshonld calton us and have your eyes tested without charge* We have the finest Instruments and more experience than any other Optician In the State, and guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. JACOB Vf. GRUBB. Jeweler and Optician, Corner Twelfth ana Market Found in a Freight Car. Constance Gleinhangs was the name liven by a man found yeiterday in a loaded Baltimore & Ohio freight car, the seal of which had been broken. He was taken into custody by tbe railroad men and turned over to Officer Moron, who locked him np. Nothing wai missing from the car. N?w Fire Apparatus Saturday afternoon the new chemical engine, ho'ge wagon and hook and ladder truck for tbe Island was inspected and approved by the council Ore committee. It put out a huge bonfire in a second or two. The whole apparatus weighs only 3,880 pounds, and loaded with hose will not exceed 4,500. The new Seagrave truss ladders for the hook and ladder wagon arrived from Detroit Saturday, but unfortunately they do uot fit the truck. The company claims that this difficulty can be easily obviated. Tllundny'ji Conference. The Association of Gloss Manufacturers and the Glass Workers' Union committee meet on the 21st at Pittsburgh to discuss tbe scale question. The manufacturers are determined not to recede from what they consider the reasonable demands they have mode from the men. -As has been explained in the Intelligences tbe questions at issue do not touch upon wages. The manufacturers ask that the limit to the number _# .1.... tL.i ? U- I- !- - a.. ul pioL-ot* buui> nmy ue iuuuu m u iuru be removed and the arbitrary summer atop abandoned. ? Thro Of h Can on the Ohio Side. ' Last week the diipate between the Ohio-side electrical railway Company and the Wheeling bridge company was amicably adjusted, and the former company secured the right to lay its tracks across the west approach to the jfitnaville bridge. On Saturday the connection with the Wheeling Kail way Company'; tracks was made there, and yesterday for the first time cars were run through from Martin's Kerry to Bellaire and return. Ten ceuts is the fare each way. The line was largely patronized. The American Mechanics' brass band, of Bellaire, rode along the line of the electric railway in a car yestorday, furnishing music the entire routo, announcing the opening of the line through. The round trip can be made easily in two hours. At Clerk Hook'* Office. In Clerk Hook's office Saturday William Schwertfeger qualified as administrator of the estate of Thomas F. Wilson. Bond, $500, with H. P. Baguley as surety. , Lydia J. ft&rall qualified as administratrix of the estate of George W. Barall. Bond $200, with 8. B. McKee as an rot v. A deed was left for record, Hated September 15,18U3, between F. L. Harvey and Elizabeth Carney, for lot No. 29, in Park View. Consideration, $195. Marriage licenses were Issued to Martin B. Robb,aged twenty-eight, a native of Warren, Pa.., and Mary Sauls bury, aged twenty-two, of East Liverpool; also to Charles McConkey, aged twenty-four, of Belmont, Ohio, anil Mary M. Uongherty, aged twenty-two, of this city. IN THR COURTS. ' i Cdim l>l*po?eci of by Tliem at Saturday's Sessions. In the criminal court Saturday, Judge Jordan on the bench, the demurrers to the indictments against William Groves, ox-snperinteAdent of the Metropolitan life insurance company's agency here, for attempt to commit forgery, were arguod and submitted. John Harris, Albert Clark and Fred Kinney, three young men acensed of robbing a Baltimore & Ohio car of beer, plead guilty, and wore sentenced to thirty days' oonfiiftment in jail The cases resulting-Jigm the recent state raids on honies of ill fame wero taken up. , Ida " Robinson and Ida Headlv, for .keeping houses, were sentenced to thirty days In jail. Maggie Conroy, Jessie Montlcello, Ella Mercer and Blanche* Deville wore fined $20 and costs. Etta Ditty waa fined $20, $10 and $10 on three charges, and gave a promise that shfewlll oease to keep a house in that "neighborhood. Baby Jerome's bond was declared forfeited and a oapais issued. The girls and man arrested for loitering wore each fined $5 and costs. In the circuit court, Judge Panii. Ferdinand J, Wingerter was admitted to practice, upon motion of H. M. Russell. Joseph Ellsworth vs. j Citizens' Railway Company, cue argued and submitted. Mary Purpnro vs. Couniban Bros., and Mary Purpura vs. N. ' Sltulli, motion for new trial overruled, and judgment' rendered for plaintiff. : Crawford MoCracken vs. City of Wheeling, appeal, motion for a nfcw trial ar' gued by counsel and submitted. Manufacturers'.Insurance Company vs. George R. Tingle, et. al., demarrer argued and submitted. 1 Circuit court, Judge Campbell, Harry 1 King vs. News Publishing Company, demurrer argued and submitted. - Puissant .to the taste and readily taken Is Simmons' Liver Regulator, itcures heartburn. Taki Naphtha Yacht at the foot of Twelfth.street for L. A. W. bicycle races. : Short ronte to the fair grounds. Boats leave overy minute. HptrttuMl Vadium. Business test and magnetic healer, ^ Mri.^elil^m^n^ofJiNjsh^il^Tsnii., TO-MORROW'S REUNION." : ' A Groat Tlmo Promised the Veter- . ans who Attend. II BIG FREE -DINNER TO BE PROVIDED By the Woman'* Relief Corps nnd ' Free Admission to tbe Park and Transportation over tbo Elm Orore Road Seourod?A Short Parade, Followed by a Fine Programmo at tbo Park ank a Camp-fire In tbo Broiling. Tbe prospects now are that tbe old oldiera' reuoioa at Wheeling park(tomorrow afternoon will be ono of tbe moit enjoyable on record. The First and Twelfth regiments and Batteries D (Carlin'a) and H. (Holmes's) will unite, and tbe reanlt ought be a gathering both enjliyable and memorable,,^ ia ospeuieu iuut a UUIUUDI M >uuu>uk from other places, near and far, old members of theae organizations, will be here to join with their comradea of Wheeling and make tho day one long to be remembered. The old soldiers, regardless of the organization to which they belong, will meet at G. A. K. hall at.9 a. m. The line will be headed by Mayer's band, and will move down Main street to Hixteentb,on Sixteenth to Market, up Market to Tenth, on Tenth to Main, down Ma(n to Twelfth, on Twelfth to Chapline, down Ohapline to Sixteenth, and to the Elm Grove motor station. The 10 o'clock trlln will be taken for the park, and all veterans participating in the parade, as well as all members of the WomanV lielief Corps and misses who will assist in waiting on the tables will be taken to the park free of charge to them, the finance committee paying for their transportation. For the parade Captain Henry Seamon has been cboien chief marshal and Richard Robortson adjutant. Each of the organizations will chooso its own aide. Barings will be furnished at tho hall by the committee. Admission to the park will be free, and shortly after arriving there dinner will be served free to the veterans by the ladies of the Woman's Belief Corps. Kl??m ?? R ? ,? All who bare promised provisions for tho dinner and supper should have them" at the place specified this evening or very early to-morrow morning, so that they may be delivered at the 8 o'clock motor. After dinner each company and battery and each regimont will have a separate reunion, and after those there .will be a joint one by all. About 4 p. m. a free sapper will be served, and at 6 all will return to tho city. To-morrow evening a big union campfire will be held at 1. 0. 0. F. hall, whore Hon. G. W. Atkinson, Capt. B. B. -Dovener, W. H. C. Curtis and others will spealc and there will be good vocal aud instrumental music. All in all, the day bids fair to bo a redletter one in the annals of the old soldiers living in the Ohio Valley. WORLD'S FAIR TOURISTS. People Coming from uuil Going to the lllff Exhibition. Mrs. W. T. Mitchell is home. T nfnno ATnT.otn Innt'QD trftdav Richard Kobb and wife left Saturday. Chris Vi'eweg, wife and son are borne. Adam Blum and sister aro at the Fair. Miss Hattie Face, of the Island, left for the fair. Mr. and Mrs. 8. G. Smith and daugh ter are home. Henry Michaels, of the South Side, left Saturday. William Myers, of South Jacob street, ' leaves to-day for Chicago. C. H. Smith and Harry Hillman loft yesterday for a two weeks' visit. Miss Alice Scbopper Is home after ] doing the fair and other western points of interest. Miss Jennie Gaus and Miss Lirzio ! Hague have returned from a t vo week's . visit to the fair. MIsb Maggie Wilson and Olara Burtt, of Eighteenth street, are home from seeing the World's Fair. Mrs. W. W. Gilchrist, of Pleasant Valley, started Saturday to spend a few weeks at tho World's Fair. Mies Lottie Walton, who has been spending several weeks at Chicago at the bin (air, has returned home. Mrs. Louisa Hoffman, Mrs. Fred Schmichel, Mrs. Fred Lindemost, Miss Lizzie Zimmer, Miss Louisa Knoke and Miss Mollie Hook, all of the South Side, got home Saturday. The Modern Uenntj Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise in the open air. Her form glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she usei tho gentle and pleasant liquldjaxative Syrup of Figs. *Pennsylvania IJne** Excursion to Pittsburgh IB. September 21 and 23 the Pennsylvania Lines will sell excursion tickets tb Pittsburgh at rate of $2, which includes admission to Exposition. < Tickets good three days, including dato of sale. . World's Fair Kxenndon via Pennsylvania Lines. r September 21, $11 .round trip from Wheeling, 5:30 a. in., central tiwo, good returning until October 1, inclusive. For details please aoply to J. G. Tomiinson, Ticket Agent, Wheeling, W. Yn. I Vandbest LESS THAN HA LP THE PRICE- OF OTHER BRANDS -I- POUHDS.20* + HALVtSjlO* QUARTERS,54 I SflLD \H CANS ONLY THE FALll SEA30N-THE HUB CLOTHIERS. SIR ' What a great store you've got here in Wheeling ?in ours. All eyes are upon us, expectant, appreciative. We stand shoulder to shoulder with you; your needs are our forethoughts ; your satisfaction our duty; your confidence our highesfreward. Again we have ploughed ahead into the possibilities of creation, turned to light new fashion. excelled past excellencies and planted the banner of perfection in hitherto unpossessed ground. Oar good taste, our steady prodding, hdve brought our ready to wear clothes to the level of the best that can be made to order. They aro hotter than thov wmp lact vf?ar. hptter than you will find anywhere else. -ChehpeR4 The combination, of quality and costliness make friends for us with the value-knowing, valueloving people. The completeness of our stock. . its immense variety, are sureties of being fitted ana suited. Nothing that clothes man or boy, properly, stylishly, elegantly, from head to foot; Topwear, Underwear or headwear, is lacking; perfection is stamped on everything that bears the name of THE HUB. Our guarantee Pledges the Quality that our Enterprise promises?Here it is: Satisfaction or Your Money Back! r~; RIGHT-AWAY WANTS:?Fall Overcoats, Fall Spits, Fall Underwear, Fall H^ts, flHUU V One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, ' I Fourteenth and Market Streets. AUCTION SALE OF STORAGE GOODS. AUCTIONSALE Furniture and Carpets. :? nwnVTTTTDT? I * A a mvw Wtn w I n i DOTTO = jra?iu? m furniture. carpets. furniture OF YOUR LIFE TO oarpetsl furniture. oabpet8. furniture ill Yii lii I IS I furniture. j.w1uu1i 1uu1 iiuwu 1 carpet& i furniture. m , | t | carpets. i furniture. carpet! i furniture. ? TTPTTAIVT C A T 17 CABPEK I furniture. AU111UIN OALL 0ABPEI&| furniture. | carpets. i furniture. of UNCLAIMED carpets. i furniture. ~ j :-/ ? . . carpets. i furniture, av)q | a ah c i caepei& i furniture. |j q,w\j uvulllj i carpet8, i furniture. , 0 carpets. I furniture. icarpets. i consisting of _ i furniture. ' .carpets, | furniture. Bed POOUI Suits, .carpets. I fotitore parior Set Bed | furniture. .ci carpets. | furniture. aij r / r carpets. i furniture. ?eds' DUreaUS, .carpet* I furniture. wsshstands, n carpets' i furniture.. Chairs, Tables, carpets. I furniture. Cooking Utensils. carpets. I furniture. carpets. ? also ajlabge lot of narpek FURNITURE. OA art,' a IZ Carpets and'Rugs, SSSl furniture. carpets. furniture. -linking- carpet! riZ MONDAY, SEPT. 18, SSI FURNITURE ln front 0f o!(i Court House, corner ?A!!Li* I FURNITURE. _ TwelftH and Chaplineistreefs. Sale CARrJ? i?hbkttnbp at 10 o'clock and continue.every day caBPE? W u??l FURNITURE. t _i ?? " CARPS? I TORnnram TERMS CASH. tSi FURNITURE. .CArtW M FURNITURE. .C.UU'e?m furniture. carpe? I 535: w. H. HALLER, Anctioaeer. bSJ