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SALE EXTRAOR DINA RV-37ON Z & TH 3!VlflS.
Stone & 1; : is.
^ :|SALE{s?
BMBtelllTtranriliiiaiTl
PERCENT!
Extra! A- !
Bear in mind there are
only one Cloak of a style. If /${ .'?1
you are interested in this frJW*t
sale, come to-day, while the jfrXn ;
assortment is complete. <' ; ) !
fe'i$ ' r'b' '1 1
Ladies' Fnr Trimmed Capes $ 3.75 up. m* J 'v& ' ?? tyji; > >
Ladies' FurTrimmad Cloaks $ 3.75 up. %v.-' < ': >%, . )&/
Ladies' Plush Cap:s . . $12.50 np. W V- ,
Ladies'Plush Cloaks . . $11.00 up. %
Children's Cloth Cloaks . $1.25 up. \ ?,/$ . - i" ': i
STONE
. oL 'M ?|pPf
' THOMAS
CAPS-M. J. M'FADDEIM. _
CAPS! | f,j CAPS!
All Shapes, Styles and Sizes, for Children,
Boys, Youths and Men. Come
in and see them. We have some
Bargains for you!
CLOTH SINTER , '' WS ASI) B0VS'
NEW YORK
CAPS. v??M n,?.
Good Heavy Cloth Caps 25c. I wn
Nnvv Blue Cloth, Gordurov, Chin- | vJv I UL/i
i Child">?'? Eat?" ** -? ?'??-26a
PLUSH CAPS. ?Men's Fine
Silk 1'lusli Clips $1 00 mill $1 50. ?II show tlieni to yon nt any time,
Boys' Silk Plush Caps 50c. " hetlier you buy or not. Como in.
McFADDEN S oTeHicI STORE,
One-Price Hatters and Furnishers, 1323 and 1322 Market St.
STORE OPEN' 10VERY EVENING. j
DRESS GOODS-GEO. M. SNOOK .V CO. _
DRESS GOODS.
.
You've read about and talked about Great
DRESS GOODS BARGAINS.
NEVER SUCH HS THESE.
You've looked at and purchased Dress Goods at
Great Sacrifices. Again we say
NEVER SUCH RS THESE I'* ?"
WHY ? "We'll toll you. The monetary stringency earned an uncertain
demand, and retailors, buying from hand to month, left tli?f jobbers
of the ffroat trado ceatros of the east floundering in a sea of unsold merchandise?notably
Dross Goods.
Offers, such as we never expected to hoar*and tfi.it too, upon the
season's choicest products, wore telegraphed to us and promptly accepted,
and this is how it happens that we place on sale to-day: One
caso each of Fine All-Wool Whipcord and Diajpnul Dress 'Goods that
usually retail from $1 00 to ?1 23 per yard, at t!?o \
REMARKABLY J? A ^ PER
LOW PRICE of O'-rC yard !
S3 78 FOR A FULL PATTEIIX OF SEVEN' YARDS.
See Some of Those In Main Street IVimloiv. i
f ]
S9 43 for Extra Quality Havana, Navy ami Myrtle Jackets. The very | 1
latest cut. Hundreds of NEW CLOAKS in cheaper and finer grades. 5
Geo. M. Snook & Co.:
i
?S. qv -?v "V v> % ^f89<
; THIS PR!
g EELONCS TO
I LUicEnsrs i
? Jewelers, 3STo.
4 The tirst letter received a
# T ZEVELV, of Eighteenth stree
<? < e: No#. J45 ami ST Fourteenth Street.
New AdrcrtlnoniKntN.
What'* Your Jhislnoss?1). Guudling <k Co.Fifth
Prtae
Natural stoii.s Fill* ?EwIuk IJr??s.
iruiul Opera Jiousc?The Pat ltooney Coin
Prize Space- I.tikons & HIgglns?Kighth Page
< ouches- Metidel ?fc G\>.~Fifth l'aee.
S'llc. Uxtrnordlnitry?Stone A Thouiu??Fi^htl
We Take I'aln??Alexander? Fifth Pflse.
I'liiteil I'redjyterftui Cutirch.
rir-t rri-Jibyiorlttu Church.
AyeilJs V\"ai? l? <1.
K.muct?I. li. Froeie.
Oj?CMi IIounc?NIobo.
For Kent-Store Room?K. lioije.
Fourth Street M Iv. Church
For Ciuciucinati, Louisville, eta?Steauie:
Stilish in*'- ,
I/isi of Letter* It.Miiainiug iu the Postofllce.
Mel.niti Surgical aud Dental Depot?Second
Pane.
Jii-.-ervcJ Seats for World's Fair Pictures.
.JAKOS llVCilKNIK DXDKltWKAIl.
Kvory <?armeiit Warranted noii-shrlnli
ubfi?, 'non-irritating ami to po8***H tin
hygienic {nature* claimed to he inherent
in the fabric. They are made t? lit Iron
iMihlom pattern* and are most. <|c>drnhlc
Sold in the city only bv
C. HESS ?V SONS,
Merchant Tailors ami (mmiIk* Kuril labors,
-No. andias.'t Market Street.
IF yon cannot *eo and need Speetnelei
pin h'iiiMilil eallon ns and have your ?ye*
tented without charge. \Ve have tlin line-it
lm?lI'liinentH ami more experience than an>
oilier optician In lint State, ami gnaranteu
miliitfaction or money refunded.
Jacob iv. tsuuitn,
Jeweler ami Opt ician,
Corner Twelfth ami Market.
KX'f.KV'-i 1 timid I'finriunvy in now Jo.
I'JIICll III III ?* IIIMV * "|?|? ?u 11II II j; , VWINUI
I' fii 11 a nil Zane Streets.
Kiv?-ral<le Furiuicu t<> Start.
Manager Crockard, of tho Riverside
furnace at Kenwood, told to an IntelmjKNCKK
reporter yesterday that ho had
jrders to start up that establishment us
joon as possible. This furnace has
been idle since July 20.
A 8uuuuHdful 11 it in?
Clyde Dowdcll and FrankCarenbauer,
clerks at tin* McLure house, were out
bunting at tlio headwaters of Short
Ore ok yesterday. Tho former succeeded
in bringing down a festive rabbit, but
Jarenbatier was not a success as a Nimrod.
City Tax ItucuiptM.
City Collector Siiafer ye Herd ay reported
to Keceivor JCindleberger tho
receipts from October 'JO to November
On the ton-cent levy fund the elections
aggregated $5,783 04. On the
ioneral fund tiie collections wero $20,.77
5.3 on the 1893 assessment and $54 l'J
511 back taxes, a total of $29,331 74.
Child .lliirderuHH Taken Home.
County Detective Campbell, of Fay3tte
County, Pa., left yesterday morning
for Uniontown, having in charge
Kinma Ihickhantion, the fourtQen-yearold
colored gin accused of the murder
of the Woods infant, in that county, by
vmis it conceniraieu lyu. mo gin
did not ofler the slightest objection tc
(joing.
South Shlc ilohhrry.
Yesterday Mre. Graves, a widow, resiuin^
on Woods street south of Thirty
eighth, was robbed while absent from
the house while she was doing washing.
Thieves entered the house arid
Look a number of articles, including
valuable papers, but somehow missed
11 gold watch in the same trunk as the
other things taken. There ia no clue tc
the robbers.
Masonic (iruml Lodge.
Tho lioyal Arch Masons will hold
their annual state meetiug in this city
on November 13 to elect ollicers for the
ensuing year. On the following day the
(fraud Lodge of tho Ancient Free and
Accepted .Masoni will convene in this
city for a two days' session. The election
of the grand ollicers tor the cominv
year will be hold, in addition to tho
transaction of other important busines?
matters.
A Trump hi Kuropc.
The noted bicycle traveler, M. Irwin
Dunlap, will lecture on his travels it:
Europo.on the wiieel on the evening ol
November 27 :it the \\ osley M. Iv
church, on the South Sitlo, ami it it
expected that the wheel clubs will at
tend tho lecture almost solidly. -Mr,
Dunlap recently made the tour of central
Europe on an expenditure of $200.
The title of his lecture is "Europe at
Soon by a Tramp."
Will C.o to Toledo.
Tho Mozart Sinking Society, of this
city, has decided that it will attend tlx
irreat Sangorfest to bo iield at Toledc
next spring almost solidly. The society
has forty-seven* members, and already
ten quirtefcs, forty singers, have boot:
pledged to go. and it is expected that
the other members will also take it in.
It is expected that tho Mozart will prob
ably be more numerously representee
than any other society that will b<
there. The society will give an evening
nntertainment at its hall on South Mar
ket street on Sunday, November 1!'.
Prlmmem lor iliu Pen.
Eight prisoners wore received at tiie
Moundsvijle pen on Thursday and one
yesterday. Thov were Berry Caldwell,
robbery, twonty-fivoyears, John Browu,
unlawful wounding, one year, Joseph
Mitchol), erand larceny, two years, all
from Fayette county; Tom Wise, murder
in tho secoud degree, ten years,
James fairas, voluntary manslaughter,
three years, Georgo tioldon. unlawful
shooting, ono year, Waiter Grillin. malieioiiM
shooting, three years, and Richird
Johnson, malicious assault, live
rears, all from McDowell county; and
Andrew Mann, unlawful cutting, two
years, from Cabell county.
?.*? 7S for tine Whip Cord and Dingonil
Cord Dread Patterns, worth about
Jouble. Gko. M. Snook 4 Co.
I. \IMPS' Winter Weight V?Nt*nn<l I'.iiiti
to-tlay, lie :it TIIK POPPLAK,
1111 Main Street.
Snr.iM>'sWonu)'s Fair, Photoohapjied,
consists of tineiv executed photo raveurs
of all tho buildings and many
interiors, as well h* special exhibits of
litlerent countries and states. Each
picture is accompanied with a pace of
lescriptive and historical mutter, which
makes the book* very instructive, as well
is beautiful. No more desirablo souvenir
of tho great Fair could be obtainod.
Ex-Mayor \V. II. Brown, of Bellaire,
!ia* already taken tnauy subscriptions
in Wheeling, and is still continuing the
:onvuss.
Julius Jacobs sells dry goods cheapest.
ZE SPACE ;.
te JEUO-O-insrs, I
1317 iVro.r-ls.ot St. J
nd opened was from MR. HaRRV ^
t, which entitles him to the prize, t i
I IX SQUIItK CIM.IC-il'V'.S COUItT.
> j George Hochle'tf 1'ailn'r Teat lllea?Several *
f'utty CaiinN.
A number of cafios were up before
Squire Gillospy yesterday. Thomas
Munion, chariot! by Albert Rose with
_ looting his house and throwing stones,
breaking the windows and doors, was
- dismissed. J. 1$. Wilson appeared for
the defendant. /
The next case was a neighborhood '
1 row that occurred at the homes of the ^
participants near Glen's Run. Conned
Good was charged by Robert Constain ?
with stouing his cows and horses. Me V
was tined $"> and costs, lie was also p
placed under $100 bond to keep the *"
f?oace lor one year. The charge against ?1
iiin of stealinira turkey was dismissed.
Mis mother, Mrs. Good, also charged by
, the same plaintiU' with beating a calf, (
was dismissed. ^
A partial examination as to the sail- *
ity of George Hoehlo was made during c
the afternoon, to be continued in a few
. days. His father was examined, and 1
said George was undoubtedly crazy, and C
^ that at the change of iho moon he seem,
ed worJe. Not only was mental dis- *
turbance noticed, but he showed physical
peculiarities^
James Stanton, colored, charged by (
Addison Caves with using profane lan- 4
i guage, was lined $1 and costs.
Ttwinorrotr Night'* itelienrtsnl. y
i At. iJin first of the Opera House
Orchestra's fortnightly public re- V
hearsals, to by given at the Avion
Hull, Sunday evening, the following at- .
tractive programme will bo rendered: tl
March?"Turner" I- Cjurtb
Overture?"Martha" I*, von Flotow
Waltz?"SynipHihk' KlaeriRc" J. lUxuer
Funtasiu from "The isle ut Champagne"
Win. Fuerst *
Polka for Cornet Solo Zerbe V
Characteristic Piece-?"Cocoanut Dance'" V
P A. Hermanu
Descriptive Fantasia--"An Afternoon In
the Midway Plaisuuce" G. I.ueders
Synopsis: si
Going to the Fair by the Illinois Central M
The Chinese Temple unci Theatre. j.
In old Vienna. 11
The Peru 1 an Dancer?. n
The German Vil Inge aud the two Uauds. u
The Irifh Village.
The Streets ot Cairo. Turkish
Dancers.
A Procession. U
At lingeubeek's. 1
Finule.
' ".Stiefmuetterchen" for String Instruments
aud Pluto 11. Krichs
Graud Galop-"LaChateau I.Ion" Koelilng
E. W. SPKlh, MUSICAL DlltECTOlt.
A Child i.njoy* P
tho pleasant flavor, the gontlo action
and soothing effect:) of Svrup of Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and if tho 2
father or mother be costive or bilious, p
the most gratifying results follow its
use; bo that it in the best family remedy
known, aud every family should have
a bottle on hand. ^
Attention is called to the advertisement
of .Mr. I. 15. Freese in this issue.
. .Mr. Freese is prepared to furnish nil
classes of periodical?, and in his store
' ut 1410 Market street, can be found all
the latest magazines and books. j
. THE idiontiiig ceuMOii N now in full 1?!u*t
iilid n? are of IV via j; Fine Gun*??I* :ill make* TT
:it |?rict'? inoro Hiiiteil to hard time* than
?*v*r bot'ore. Don't bay until you have Hfcu
tins htoek. I. ti. DILLON Ss CO. ?
New Ci.oaks Jor to-day's trado.
(ino. m. Snook & Co.
i liMN'TS1 All H'ool Si'ii in Ii'hh IIond to-day,
1 loc u pair at Till-: POPULAR,
1111 Mala Struct.
Reserve your scats to-day. World's
i Fair Picturc9, good music and refreshments,
Tuesday evening at Opera 1 louee
THIS Is the lawt day cttv taxpayer* can
pay tlit'ir tax*** nail nave the iIIhciiiiiiI. on
and after Monday iliu tea per cent dls?
coiiiil will bv adilml to all bills.
- Smith's Ale Iiuh been a household
word in Wheeling for three-quarters of
1 a century, and is better now than over.
AOO Kkward
' for any trace of Antipyrcne, Morphine.
1 Chloral or any injurious compound in
Krause'a Headache Capsules. 2o cents.
.Sold by Alex T. Young, John Klari,
Wheeling, and Bowie & Co., Bridgeport,
' Ohio. .
CLIMAX I]
BAMS
POWDER
IS ON TOP
BECAUSE
"r,r Goed
"IT Cheap!
Costs less then Half
and pleases much better
than the over-priced and
over-"endcrsed" kinds.
Judge for yourself.
(J In Cans. At your Grocerjs [;
SHOSS-O'KQNE 4. CO.
TALKING
SHOES, "aaBapr
All of our Ladies' 33 OO
Button Shoes have tongues, but
it isn't that which talk's. It's
1 tile price. The price talks eloquently
to your gooJ judgment
and your pocketbook.
WJE I'AV lMUTlCULAIt ATTENTION
To tile Proper Fitting of Shoes.
A great deal depends on the way
a Shoe is first put on. Our care
insures a snug and easy fit.
O'Kane & Co.,
U13 Main.Street
0
WONDER' OF A WEEK THI HUB CLOTHIERS
^ WONDERS ^
w OF A WEEK. *
ST THE I 1 I
??1 w o,
a. w ORLP BBAT.SR. i I) irmj; tiiK
we shall place on sale 200 CHILDREN'S SUITS, nice
dark" colors, Double-Breasted, with an extra pair of
Pants at <?> 1 ^ DON'T Miss
S? ./ . SEEING Til ni 1
O Price doesn't always speak the truth
j)Z?DUc about quality; what is a good S4.00
Short Pants Suit anywhere in town,
ve can match for $2.50. They are tough enough to
ilay in, comely enough to dress up in. Don't you be
fraid to trust 'em.
We're showing you the biggest valjjlw.v/vJ'
ues this week in $10.00 Suits and
Overcoats we ever had on hand at
hat price. 'Tisn't much to pay but they are worth more.
)ther folks have as much quality marked ,$12.00 anj
115.00. We'd like to prove this to you.
1> 1 EZ A if~\ The older the season grows tho
!D 1 O ? better our $1500 grade gets?
some SuitS and 0vercoats ^at
/ere made for more swell the quality. It's a grand lot
/e've got booked for this week's specialty. They are fash-innhlpin
n.ittpni nnd cut. ?20.00 is the nearest to thpm
hat others can offer you. The variety is as thick as
gathers on a bird.
tOO fijQn We're after the tailors nip and
P?AJ lU sOOU. tuck in these grades. They
(jou5ie (]ie prjce ancj no[ tjle
uality. We've put the best materials and the best brains
i the craft together in these?that combination can't come
lit of the little end of the horn.
erfect-Fitting, All the Styles. Satisfaction Guaranteed,
BIS VALUES IN EVE11Y DEPARTMENT ALL THIS WEEK!
You ought to see our lines of CHILDREN'S SHORT
'ANTS SUITS at S5.00. Double-seated, Double
[nees, sewed with Linen Thread and All Wool. Also our
reat line of All Wool SHORT PANTS SUITS, with two
air Pants, All Wool and only $5.00. ?2.00 mora
fon't buy a bit better suit anywhere else.
THEHUB,
One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
fourteenth and Market Streets.
FURNITURE, CARPETS. ETC. ?HOUSE & HERRMANN.
% f t\ 7"t~? r\m vm rn j
* LI V C WIN I UUI\ t
I INCOME!!
* i
j t
$ rr *
$ The clearest financial heads in this I
$ rmmtrv will rrivp vnu that fldvirp. f
WVVIItkl r ' * " ~ J ^
5 Don't touch the money you have 4
I saved. Our '
jEptaMeMitSystemj
? Praise the day it was conceived, J
y makes it possible for you to practice 1
t the teachings of the wise men of the t
* land. Whatyou could spare weekly J
' or monthly of your earnings wouldn't (
^ be a "drop in the bucket" to pay i
? cash and furnish your house. But J
? that is all we want, what you can j
t spare each payday, and you've got (
^ our immense stock of \
\ \ j FURNITURE, j
CARPETS and J
^ :STOVES " j
to select from. As much as you i
want to buy, delivered at once. It's J
accommodation without cost, credit J
without restrictions. A confidential t
transaction between you and us. An '
agreement sealed only by your word. J
Wer'e not afraid to trust you. We'll t
be glad to do it. [
X300 2VGZixijjL St. Wlioolinc, "W- 'STti. ?
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