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PRICES??STONE A. THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas. ?. PRfGErS^o. That are making us hundreds of new customers daily. Prices such as have never been quoted is the rule here. naSMfSlMRSDAf! 4 WE WILL SELL f J Best All-Wool Carpets at 59c'Per Yard. J Every hour in the day Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, come and carry off these extraordi nary bargains : 69c 10-4 Ceylon Grey Blankets, worth S1.2J, now 690 15c 100 pieces j6-inch wide 2jc Diagonal Cash- 15c OR/i 200 pieces Novelty Dress Goods, regular price OfU "Uu 40C ancj jo Cnow, . . . ^\i 36c 40-inch wide All-Wool 60c Storm Serges now 36c 69c 46-inch wide All-Wool Si French Serges now 69c $1 38 Table Covers, regular price 25c Ladies' Fleece Lined yoc Underwear now . 25G $/4Q Domet Shaker Flannel now . . 3^c 200 pieces regular 8c Prints now . 3%o 27c 40 pieces joc Fancy Table Linen now 27c 69c Silk Finished Henrietta Cloth, regular price 69C CLOAKS! CLOAKS! Every day adds hundreds of New Garments to our Cloak Department. Investigate the largest and finest Cloak Department in this State. Probably you can save from Si oo to S5 00 on your Fall Cloak. ^tnne & Thomas: K-f IV11V Wi/ X JLiVJ-JLJLVV\y. NIGHT SHIBTS-M. J. M'FADOEN. AFTER THE BALL fWear one of McFADDEN'S Elegant 50c | NIGHT SHIRTS! i Every Shirt is a Beauty. These Night Shirts are our own make, and are made of Fine Muslin, are extra long, have Yokes, Double Sewed Seams and nice Fast Color Trimming on bosom, Collar and Pockets. Sizes from 13 to 18 for only 50C. PYou will have to pay 75c in all other stores to get as good Night Shirt. If You Want to Save Money, DEAL WITH US? IcFADDEN'S ONE-PRICE STORE, The Choapost and Best Store in Wheel in;, 1320 and J322 Market St. <W Oini STORE IS OPEN EVERY NIGHT. SANITARY UNPERWEAR-GSO. M. SNOOH A. CO. SANITARY UNDERWEAR. i ( '-pHIS GARMENT is made of pure Natural Wool from I carefully selected stock, upon tho latest improved * machinery. It will not stain the person nor lose color in washing. It is Healthy, Cleanly, Wtfrm and Comfortable. " Diructions folt Washing.?Do not rub soap on the garment, but wash in warm, not hot, soap suds. 115? Fahrenheit is tho oropor hoat. Rinse in water same temperature, not cold watkit. Avoid rubbing on washboard. Observance of thesedlrections will preserve tho texturo and softness, also provont shrinkage." POUR-FIFTHS of the great Underwear stock for men, women and children, containod in the uppor half of otir Market ntreqj room has tho above cord attached. Very desirable and satisfactory Underwear you will say after a fair test. Indies' and Children's Combination Suits. Cotton and Wool Fleeced Underwear for men. Special valnes in Ladles' Jersey Ribbed Vests and Pants at 25c and 45c each. Not another word to say about prices. They're right. DRESS Q-OOIDS. The patterns at $3.48 Tho $I.OO goods at 57c Tho other Special l'ricos are still in force. Come at once. They are sollins fast. fMnato and fflno! Five additional lino, of Cloak* and Capo, expechxl l/IUdaj allU vlipCJ"*early this ivec 1c. Wo havo correct styles that are exclusive. f. Geo. M. Snook & Co. ?la SdAM^iicex. Olllc'o i No*. tfffntid 27 Fourtonutli Mlreot. Now Advertisement*. FInnncIal Statement ot Ohio County?Third 1 Fuije. Pilce^-Stono tt Thomas?Eighth Poro. Clturch Lltcraiurc-Stuutoa'H Old. city Book Store. _ ( Hoti f fnr I tout?George It. McKown. l-e^nl Notice?Board of l'ubllc Works. Huraiogu ?'hips?Albert.stolic Co. Jloii.scitiriii.shiiuj UooiIj-Geo. Mi. Johnson's Son*. V .t C ?I. O. Dillon & Co. Kid Glovci?J. S. llliodi.'S A Co. HALF HOSE A SPECIALTY. Our popular li.'fl Ilulf lloao in Cotton, Merino ami Natural Wool uro known for , th?ir Softness ntiil Duritbilitjr mid uro the most satisfactory Half Homo in the market. C. HJSSS & SONS, i Merchant Tailors anil (iuntl' Furnishers, No. lyil and 132a MarketStreet. IF you raanot s?o and need Spectacles you should rail on us and have your <>yus tested without charge. Ho have thu finest instruments and taoro experience tliaa any ' oilier optician in tlio Slate, and guarantor satisfaction or money refunded. j.-tron \v. <;itu?is, Jeweler and Optician, Corner Twelfth anil .llarket. I Licensed to Wed. Clerk Hook yesterday issued marriago , 1 icciides to tho following named partiefo: John N. Dean, aired 20, a native of Lewis county, W. Va., and Tillio Jones, < aged 23, a native of Belmont county, ) both now residents oi Wheeling. Frans Oscar Krikson, aged !J0, and J AxelinaSiamon, aged 27, both residents J ox Pittsburgh. Has a Wll'e in Wheeling. Yesterday's Pittsburgh Post hns the i following: Mrs. Suella Fair, by her j next friond, .S. L. Smith, suod for a I divorce from Wm. A. i'air. inoy wore married May 18, 189.1, and so pa rated August S. .She allegos tjiat afier eho married him she learned that ho had another wife, whom he married Ions ago, ntill living. Tho other wife lives in Wheeling, W. Va. A lJirthdny Party. Lastevoning, athor homo, 128 Klin street, Islan;', Miss Mamie Williams celobrated her eighteenth birthday by a pleasant and enjoyable party. About 1 twenty couples wore present, ana tho evening was passed in dancing, card I playing and singimr. The refreshments 1 were served by Durst. Mrs. Anna I vShiUtool, of New York, a sister of Miss ' \t i Hiatus, wa' present and hor guitar ' solos were a feature. i l'oivoll <11(1 not Co tilt*. I There was*no performance at tho < Opera House last niuht. Powell, tho mau'ician, after tho loud heralding ho j had received fnilod to arrive. Hid ad- < vanco man said ho had received a tele- ? grain irom him saying that ho had been ] taken ill at Punxatawny, Pa? and instructing him to cancel two weeks' dates. The general impression is, however, that l'owoll was trying a new variation j of tho ''Vanishing lady" trick?the not- ; appearing man. Tmtlfffdr? Krcorilcd. Clerk I look yesterday admitted to rc- , cord transfers of real estate as follows: ) September L'3, i?y wiiinwn u. lvewn and wife to Johanna E. Keim, for $2,000, tlieir interest in 40 feet front of lot 115 on the west aide of Market street, in the second ward; also by George N. Keim to Johanna E. Keim, for $2,000, his interest in tlie same lot. September 10, by Eugono Hoge to J. Wilson White, for $1,075, lots 17 ami 18 in JlamdjMi place, at the cant end of Thirteen street. Four One-* aimI a Ulatik. In the police court yesterday morning John 15. Connelly, a deaf-mute, was up at a plain drunk. Jle was lined ?1 and costs, but the tine was suspended on his promising to leave town. Leonard Medier, charged with assault on Mrs. Avers, was lined $1 and costs, and Mrs. Avers got the sauio penalty. Charles Spice was also assessed the saino sum for drunkenness. William Hums, the young man who was driving the cart which knocked down Mrs. Gushing, was dismissed, the evidence showing it was a puro accident. LOCAL ISKUVITJES. Mailer* or Minor Moment in niul About the City. < Mat in he at tho Grand to-day. ? Thf. Grand this evening?"Ilazel Kirke." Oi'kka House this evening?Powell, tho Miitrfcian. > Judge J. it. Paull wont down to Moundsville yosterdny and oponod tho Octoberterin of tho circuit court. There uro several cases of interest for tlie grand jury to consider. Two shade trees in front of tho Exchange bank have in tho pant two or three warm days put forth now leave*. The old leaves wore quite deadened by tho several frosts recently. Yesterday while Patrol Driver Carl Fulton was whittling, his knife slipped and ho cut the ends of his fingers badly. lie had to go to a physician and have his wounds sewod up. Alicb Loveridob was arroatod, says tho Boilairo Tribune,on a warrant sworn out by an Italian and placed in jail. She is charged with stealing a ring, Out tho evidence was very flimsy and she was dismissed. Tins morning, )U3t after daylight, a large pheasant How against tho plate glass window in the Tail man property in tho Third ward and broke it. Mr. Borham, who occupies tho house, captured tho bird.?Urilairc Independent. Pretty girls, big and little, throng the People's Musoe theatre, trying to secure tho lino French doll to be presented by little Algio Baker. The show this week is prououncod tho best yet presented at the house. Manager Lawlor eortainlv has a winner. An* afternoon paper yesterday printed an account of tho Amalgamated Association convention hero Saturday, less complete than tho Intelligencer's account Monday morning, and coolly announced that the meeting had "escaped the notice of the newspapers heretofore." The Ncrn boys should road the Intelligencer. No pill or nauseating potion, but a pleasant tonic and laxative is Simmons Liver Kegulator. Many new lines of Cloaks now arriving. Geo. M. Snook Co. National Kncampinent Union Vote ran Legion at Cincinnati. For the above occasion tho Baltimore & Ohio Kailroad Company will sell excursion tickets, October 10 and 11, Wheeling to Cincinnati and return, at the rate ?f $7, good returning until October 11 inclusive. Accordian Pleated Face Voile. (iuo. M. Snook & Co. Wheeling to tho World'* Fair, October 17, Via IVnnnjlvanla LIiiok. Tuesday, October 17, special coach excursion train will leave Wheoiiug at 6:80 a. m.,lcity time. $1100 round trip, valid retarning ton days from date of SAle. FOR llURSl-:.<*Ti?ALIXG. A Wheeling Man In Sertoli* T. oubto in 1'onnftjrlvanln. Tho following dispatch from Braddock, Pa., was recoivod last night, but tho name given is probably an assumed one: John Richardson, of Wheeling, W. Va., is locked up here charged with horsestealing. Ho left Wheeling three weeks ago, wont to Jeannette, Westmoreland county, and yesterday hirod a horso lroni a liveryman there. He proceeded toward Irwin and 011 tho road swapped horses with a farmer, gottingn littlemoney "to boot." Ho came on to Irwin and hired a cart, proceeding on toward Pittsburgh, but was overtaken by the Joannetto liveryman and Uflicer Bonnet, of this place, between Rankin and Hawkins Station, at li o'clock last night, iiiciiardson charges all his cuasoclueys to drink. IJe will be trken back to Westmoreland county. A CUTTING AFFRAY. Ouo Man Stab* Another iu tho Ncclc at Alouutiifviue. Monday night about, 12 o'clock Georgo Bryson and Joo Wiley, an oil operator, i?ot into a ecrapo in ti?o Henrietta bouse saloon, in Mounduyilie,.about aii aid grudgo. Wiley succeeded in getting Bryson up in a corner and it was slatmed that Bryson cut him in the neck, but it was not proven that he did. At any rate, Wiley hud a gash in hig neck about two and a half or throe inches long. Oflieera Charlton and Kidder heard the racket ana ran in and arrested Wiley and took him to a doctor, wheru they had his wound sowed up, it requiring five stitches, llo was afterwards let ?0 until yesterday morning, when both tho inon wore sununoued. Only Bryson appeared. When Wiloy was asked to go up and appear bofore Brvaon, he asked what ho had dono that lie should appear against him. No ioubt exists that both men were drunk it the time of tiie fracas. Bryson was hachargod, but Wiley was fined $5 and costs, which he paid. A Minimum's Dog Stolen, The "J ust Landed" coin puny, which shmvnil nfc thn (lnorn House ill MoilllllS nllo on Monday evening, had a small Dlack-and-tan dot; stolen Ironi their room in the Henretta House whilo tho play was going on. The manaeor locked it up in tho room when ho left to go to tho Opera House, but on his return lbout 11 o'clock it wan go no. Yesterday tnorning tho city, marshal got word of the stealing by a letter from the manager of the company, and he lias been on the lookout for the animal, but so far he lias not run across it. Twenty lollars is offered for its recovery. The jliow had to l'o oti down the river and leave the dog behind. Tlmt Joyful Fuulii'K With the exhilarating sensoof renewed lieultli and strength and internal cleanliness, which follows tho use of Syrup of Fii:s, is unknown to the few who have not progressed beyond tho old-time medicines and the cheap substitutes somotimes offered, but never accepted by tho well informed. Black, Navy, Myrtle and lirown Jackets, with velvet collars, at $-1 85. Geo. M. Snook & Co. DO you want to buy a nice square Weber Piano? It ; is in perfect ordor and \vc will fell it ut a irreat sacrifice. Don't miss this opportunity, but come at once. F. W. Kaumkk &Co., 1310 .Market street. Exrursloim to tlx) Kxjiositloii Via ij. & <>. kullroud, Oct. I'!, i t ami 1(#.| On above dates the lialtimoro & Ohio will sell excursion tickets to Pittsburgh and rot urn at rato of $2 00, which includes admission to the exposition, rickets pood returning two days from ilato of sale. Trains leavo at 5:03 and r:20 a. tn., and 1:30 and 5:20 p. m. Room nnd breakfast one dollar por day nt 5U9 E. Sixty-third street, Chicago, III. Mns. E. A. Dillon. Inling .Tnrohg cqIIh dry ponds cheapest. fpffT ||j jl*r Climax vg&i PUREST AND BEST; AT LESS THAN? HALF ? THE PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS. Pound s20 4 Halves.) 0 <t Quarters 5<fj SOLD IN CANS ONLY. 'School ^HOES For school wour Now is the time to qct thorn, and O K.vKE ?t CO.'S SHOE STOJtK, 1113 Main ntrovt, is tlx- plane. Unquestionably the shoei that fli best, wear bcuandlook bo?t aru alwavn to bo hud ut lli.l Main str" i. None of our footwear will 1h? found laeklntt in any <>t theso points mid Youtn; America h nror of u bettor Ut. with a better aboo for it lower prlcu ut our storo thnu they are oiiowhero. O'KANE & CO., 1113 Main-Street UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS THE HUB CLOTHIERS. Universal Provide rs. FOR ALL MANKIND. In tho light of our liberal and progressive methods tbo days of few ealos and fancy profits are numbered in Wheeling. The magnitude) of our value; in MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, ? FURNISHINGS AND HATS Have wrung word4 of Drnise even from our competitors, while the plaudits of tho pcoplo who are being directly benefited by our uaparalleled bargains sound as sweetest music to our ears and spur us on to extra eflorts. - SPLENDID VALUES FOR THE COMING WEEK IN MEN'S SUITS ? We carry Suits as low as Five Dollars, and they are the best eu earth at that price, and Drefls suits as high as Thirty-five Dollars, which no custom tailor living can improvo upon at aoy price, (but? and we desire particularly to emphasize this statement), tho best val 1109 are to bo found botwoon tbo two extremes. Oar $10, $12, $15 and $1S Suits aro tho wonder and admiration of all who seo them. Single and Double*Brea9tcd Sacks and Cutaways, made up in the moat approved fashions from fabrics that aro in vogue. Wo show a dozon styles at each price where any houao in Wheeling shows throe, and will cheorfully rofund your money if you can duplicate oither one of ours for less than 25 per cent moro money anywhere. MEN'S OVERCOATSP From Five to Thirty Dollars, with all the intermediate grade thoroughly ropresentod, from tho Light-Weight Fall Overcoat to tho ^ Heavy Storm Ulster. Our counters creak and groan beneath tho weight of elegance, variety and worth of our Men's Overcoats. At $10, $12 aud $15 wo show probably moro stylos than you'll find in any three houses in Wheeling, while in sterling values they occupy the picturesquo position of being without peers in tho state. Kersoys.Boavera, Meltons, Whipcords, Cheviots, Woratods, Strap Seam9, Plain and Inlaid Velvet Collars, Silk and Half-Silk Lined, Lined with Fancy Cassiraeres and lino Italian Serge, designod, cut, trimmed and made by the best tailors in the land. THE HIGHEST STYLES LINKED TO THE LOWEST PRICES. THE HUB, Oiie-Prico Clothiers, Hatters and Fin n isliers, Fourteenth and Market Streets. FURNITURE, CARPETS. ETC.-HOUSE& HERRMANN, s $ $: S i YOU CAN j J !;Spare a Dollar;! a j A week a good deal better than five?fifty?or a j I | hundred all at once?can't you? That's how i ? ? ! you can go right ahead with your "house-right- j ? J i ing"?buying what you need in the : J ji FURNITURE, fj il I CARPET, f 11 MATTING, |j 11 0,1 STOVE im, on ont |j 11 Equitable Credit System | j ^ : You are welcome to its privileges. "Mum" is ; j t ! the word. Nobody in the world will ever know i ^ j j from us that you did a wise thing, and bought ; ) \ ion our part-payment plan. Even the wagons ; ' f j that bring the goods to your door are unlettered, ; ^ J ! blank as the fly-leaves of a book. You simply i ) a j agree to hand us something on account eachj | ( ; week or month. The obligation is a verbal one, j j j j you don't have to put your name to a single J J j legal obligation. ; j i I There's no limit to your credit with us, so ^ t \ don't stand on the order of coming, but come j ) i ! and select just what you want. We keep : I J j everything about a house. i j | j HOUSE & HERRMANN, 11 ? I 1300 Main Street, Whooling. j 2 s $ ? i ? #?