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CLOAK SALE-STONE \ THOMAS;
Stone & 2. ~ Thomas. LADIES' CLOAKS. ' THERE it some reason for tliU big and growing CI.OAK buiiuess. The styles mint bo right. Tho pricoa certainly in list ba //Oil- i EST. How can you soil your Cloaks so choap? is a question asked us almost every hour in the day. We're CASH buyers! No matter what ] the quantity is, cash on reccipt of goods, is tho rule here: The manufacturers hunt us. We make tonus in mauy instances, and we're satis- 1 lied with a small profit. Heuco tho LOW PltlCES! ; i Mfh r" LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS, Style right up to date, ih r"~) I Jl I Columbian Collar, odged with Fur. Come in Black, . \8VVi Tan and Havana. By all odds tho best $5 00 Cloak ever oflored II -7 rrr\ I.ADIES' CHEVIOT CLOAKS, Medeci Collar, also ! ill VD / Worth Collar, trimmed in Eur and braid. ] LADIES' LONG CIRCULAR SKIRT JACKETS of tine Black Beaver, Braid arouud, with Mary Stuart II Collar and high rolling collar braid trirnmod, capo A 1 7S III I Jl J collar and down front, odged with extra quality Elec^ * trie Seal, all the oleganco and beauty of a $20 00 Coat. s This it one of a doxen different styles offered at $1000. Higher grades atil'J 50, $1500 to $40 00, all at a saving. 1 1 _ CHILDREN'S CLOAKS! ! Over 1,000Children'! Cloaks Dero to select from. In your money limited ? Children'! Cloaks here at $1 50, $2 00 and $2 50. Better grades at $3 95, $5 00, $7 50 to $15 00. < UNDERWEAR, i Bought from manufacturers that wanted money at once. < l.adiei' Fleece Lined Underwear at 25c. Ladiea' Cameia Hair Underwear at 49c. Worth 73c. 1 A big Bavins here in Egyptian Ribbed Fleeca Lined Underwear. Had ' I to take the lot (300 dozen) to get them to sell at theie prices : SiiilC at 12 cents Sizo 20 at 2S cents t Size 18 at 15 cents Size 28 Kt 31 cents t Size 20 at 19 cents Sizo 30 at 34 cents Size 22 at ..23 cents Size 32 at 38 cents j Size 24 at _3 cents Size 34 at 42 cents I " A Clear Saving of One-Half by taking advantage of this UNDERWEAR BARGAIN. < Stone & Thomas. REDUCED PRICES-M. J. M'FADDEN. THE "~"r Silver Lining. J Every cloud has a silver lining, that is, I i every misfortune is the reverse side of a J corresponding blessing. The great idleness I in Wheeling at present truly is a great ] misfortune, but in our prices you will find much to compensate for the distress of the 1 f)^ 25c Black Socks for - - \2y2c \ fpr 75c Working Gta for - - 50c ; fill yi 51.00 Fine Kid (iioves lor 5uc I til ill M00 Black Jersey Shirts for 50c ' |j? If $i 00 Latest Style Neckties for 50c ! H l| I Si 50 Best Wool Jersey Pants for $ 1. j THE NEW WAY. ' 0 SEE OUR BIG BARGAINS IN WINTER UNDERWEAR! McFADDEN'S ONE-PRICE STORE, Tli# Cheapest Store In Wheeling, 1320 uuil 1322 Market Street. tor OCR STORK 13 OPES- P.VEBV SIGHT. CLOAKS-GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. styles attached to our newest a'rthat is neither skimp nor too "58811 full. Not every cloak maker has "caught on" to the fine points of this collar in such great shape. Incidentally we might also mention that the skirt and sleeves of these New Jackets are in harmonious accord with this swellestof collars and thegencral ensemble. No fit. no sale. Neither do we expect you to purchase if prices are not right. Many special offerings in Dress Goods. Prices lower than they have been for years. Geo. M. Snook & Co. LOOK AND BE Tills season we will g ; money than any other hoi Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, C i LTJKIEIsrS &c: A 1017 MftrlLol Ek MMigtmr. Office: N?*. 25 and 27 Fourteenth Street. New Advertisements. Excltcracut locreaaluj;?Lyoa Factory Shoe laic?Tlii r<t Pajc. In Ono Night?R. IT. Lift. The Ureal eat Display?John FrlcdeJ it Co.? iijjhth Page. lx>ok nua be Conrincci!?Lakona ?fc Uijxina? tlcbth PaKO* Ladle*' cloaks?Stouo & Thomas?Eighth 'are. < More Boole ttar^iln*?Slanton'k Book more. You Can't Keep House?(i?org? W. Johnson's Ions. Grand Opera lion**?The Diamond Breaker. For nlr-G. O. Smith. Mahogany Rocker*?G. Mendel J: Co.?Fifth **?. IFy?n rnnnot ?ee nud unofl SpflflUielea iron ?lioiild rail on in and Iu?re your eyeg cated wit liout clmrg*. W* h*ve the floret n?t mment* mid mora experience than any it lif>r Opt lelun In the State, nud euiirnntov uitlsfnctlou or money refuude<l. J A CO II W. GHURR, lewder nud Optlrlnn, Corner TirelttU mud Market. SHIRTS! SHIRTS S SHIRTS} We linndletho celebrated Klfflimle Dress ill ire and I'rlde of thu >V?t Nljfhr Hlitrt. C. BESS * HONS*, r.iRlilnnnhle Tailor* nnd Genu' Fianlih?r?, J 321 and 11)28 Market street. LOCAL BKBV1TIE& Hatters of Minor Moment In nud About the City. Opeka Hopse this evening?"Jane." "Shut the Dooa" signs are again in he fashion. The Grand thii evening?"Our County Ooasin." Meeting at Republican club room tolight to oriiunizo a inoclt legislature. The Hotel Behler got out its storm loori lost evening?ths flr?t of the leason. Misseh Matiie and Sl"e Caldwell revived at their home on Sixteenth street ust evening. Anothrr whitewash wss scored in | he police court yesterday morning, not in arrest having beau mad# the day beore. About fifteen lodgeri spent the night n the basement at the police headquarera last night. The cold weather drova hem in from outdoors. OrrxcEii Bi-cit yesterday shot a dlsibled horio belonging to Iko Smith. JBicer Desmond alto shot a homeless iorse at the crematory. A delegation of the Knights ot the Jolden Eagle from Bridgeport will go nit to Franklin this evening to institute i uen lodge of the order. It it reported on good authority that he West Virginia building at the IVorld's Fair lion been sold for $930, but he purchaser is not named. Last evening Hie council committee m accounts met and went over the city ilerk's and receiver'* accounts. Both rere found correct, as usual. People should not overlook the ChilIren's.Homo Thanksgiviocsaoks iu dispensing charity this season, when :harity is wore needed than auy former ( ear, at least recently. A few fleecy flakes of snow flittod iarthward yesterday, but they might save escaped notice unless attention sas called to them. A genuine cold ivavo was on deck, however. Fkaxk Jones wont about town yes- I orday dressed aa "Our Country Jouain," and attracted a groat deal of utontion to the play. Bis acting off :he stage is quite as natural as his im-.aronnnfinli f hft 1 #>nH 1 nV rfllrt in hi* ') '?? I- ? Biece. Quit* a number of signors (or the usembly of dances to be given by bo;iety po'oplo during the winter have jeen secured, and the series is now mured. There will bo six donees, hree before New Year's and three liter Lent. jOrr.i, business is plainly shown at 31ork Hook's office, whore in tho past ew days only two or threo transfers of eal estate have been filed for record, ivhilo every day three or four deeds of Irust or mortgages are recorded. This iieane that inoDey is still scarce. A communication has been receivod rom tho local miners' union, saying hat the resolution of tho teamsters' anion to haul Slonougah coal was passed < jy a bare majority, and that this does not by any moans end the fight of the miners against the Slonongah company. jr. J. BAir.iv yesterday took the Handlcy hand fire extinguisher, for which ho is agent, out to Woodsdale md put out two fierce tires to show what it would do. It ia likely tho Woodjd&lo aud Lcathorwood departments will bo equipped with this apparatus. I'm: street car company on the other side of the river ia running hacks to McMocben from Cos wood for tho accommodation of tho workingmen and others down there. Tins means that it will be but a short time till the oloctric road runs that far. Then a bridge across the Ohio and the circuit will bo complete, it is sure to come one of these days.? Villain Independent. Simjio.v. I-ives Regulator is tho foe if malaria?it throws off tho bile and prevents its accumulating. That llroken Engine. A special meeting of the court house md jail committoo of the board oi commissioners was held yesterday afternoon to see what would havo to tic done ia roforenee to the eluctric light engine, which broko down Wednesday nigbt. It was thought best to ship the broken Dart* buck to the McEwen factory, at Ridgway, Pa., and have them replaced. This will require some Lime, and meanwhile the court house and jail will be lighted by gas. Just where thoblamo for the accident should roat cannot yet bo said. A Child Eli jo j a the pleasant flavor, the gentle action imd soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need o? a laxative, and if the father or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratiivinjr results follow its use; so that it is the best family remedy known, and every family ihould havo a bottle on hand. Dealrabl* Ileal Estate at a Uurgala. Rinehart & Talura, as agents for ins owner, will sell at public sale Friday morning at 11 o'clock, on the premises, that valuable and desirable piece of property known as "Gos|joru's row," on Seventeenth strMt Improved by four brick housos, Nos. 63, Go, 67 and 69, and all occupied by good paying tenants. For particulars see advertisement in another column. CONVINCED 1*1 ire you wore for your J iso in the city, iu such as * locks, Silferware & Novelties.ecig-g-ijsts, t : Btreot. 4 / TIIK MOCK LEGISLATURE. To.ui(bl'? Maollttf Looked l'orwnnl t(f with Interest. Tho meeting at the Ohio County liepublican Club rooms, in ttie 1. 0. 0. F. block, thii evening to form a mock legislature, is looked forward to with great iutereit. There will be a large attend once, and the exercises will do varica and of interest to all. Mr. A. W. Campbell has consented to address the preliminary meeting, and the legislature will bo (ormed of material which will guarantee lively proceedings from tho, tart, fc'omo of tlio historic questions of> recent Woat Virginia legislation, as well' as pending national questions of vital, importance, will ho gouo over in an en-, tortaining and enlightening way. No Republican should bo absent. Anothur ISarn UiuneiJ. A firo dostroyod tho barn ot John Hobbs, near Bcallsville, in Monroe county, Wednesday morning, together with four horses, ton good niilcli cows, a vast amount of feod and grain, farming implements, harness, etiv?Everything contained in the barn perished in the flames. The tire was of inceudiary origin and the loss complete. Tho ? amount of insurance, if any, could not be learned. ^ "K Tin fienl'' Hren?l. The Wheeling Bakery will give an elegant three-bladed penknife, or a beautiful doll, to any littlo boy or girl who will save tho O'in Seals from 100 loaves of their bread. Seals most be presented at tho etlloor of tho Bakery, corner Main and Twentieth streets. Always ask your grocer for "Tin Seal" Bread. don\lt PS? Climax PUREST AND BEST; ?.AT LESS THAN? HALF ? THE PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS. 1 PGUHDS^HALVES.10 * QUARTERS ?) ? SOLD IN CAMS ONLY. SHOES-CVKA^EJk^CO. Z A TENDERFOOT ?1 Not in the wild western sense, but in the sense of having ten- * der feet, if you are, we want to fit your next pair of Shoes for vou. There's a great deal in the way a shoe is first put on and the way the foot settles . into it. If it is tight where it I should be and loose where it should be, there'll bo very little trouble. We make a study of these things. Prices? Of course they're right, or we wouldn't sell so inany Shoes. O'Kane & Co.,, 1113 Main Street A PICTUI A Pictu f WHEEL!! * 1 OVERCOATS-THE HUB CLOTHIERS. Overcoats! 1NE PRICE. THE LOWEST! * One Principle, Excellence! Overcoat weather here at last. You'll almosl live in them from now till April. ItU take a good one to stand the strain. It'll take a long one to wear over our new suks, that has set almost everybody to looking. Ifs soon settled here, yoa can't get away from the excellence of our make, the elegance, the fit, the style. If one don't suit we've got another, and another, more'n you could try on in a day. Yes, you want them longer than usual and fuller in the back, We've some that are very long and very full. Maybe that's what you're hunting for. Ask for the j * THERE'S SUCH A MEDLY OF FASHIONABLE FABBIC8. Sleek Meltons, Shaggy Cheviots, Soft Worsteds, Sturdy Kerseys, Wiry Cassimeres, in all Shades, Black, Blue, Brown, Greys, Tans, Pearls, Oxford Mixtures. $5 S30! It'll surprise you to find Silk Lining in some as low as $12 50, but we make every cent count. We're always paving the way for the future, working to deserve more?doing more to be deserving. If you've been going to the tailor, we'll save you half your bill. We're at least to $8 under ready-made majority, but we warrant you satisfaction, Guarantee You the Most Money Can Buv. You tall men and short men, stout and slim men have been especially provided for, All Sizes, No body Neglected! THE HUB ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, fourteenth and Market Streets. DINNER SETS, ETC.-JOHN FRIEDEL&CO. rHE GREATEST DISPLAY Of the following goods will be on exhibit in oar Show Boom, on first floor, from now until Thanksgiving, at the lowest prices. DINNER SETS, GAME AND FISH SETS, CARVERS AND TABLE CUTLERY, And n great variety of Side Disbes to orninent NICE THANKSGIVING TABLE! JOHN FRIEDEL &C0., 1119 Mnla Street. IE SALE^W HEELING INSTALMENT CO. re Sale.? Jjk /\ Little Early, no doubt, \ ^Ssil to think of a Christmas Pres- 4 Jt: ent, but here is something ' ^ that will cost you so little t that it will pay you to buy ' t now and we will put it away * ( for you until the holidays if t \ youwantusto. t I See our show windows. J ' They are full of J 5 PRETTY : | PICTURES. ! IG INSTALMENT CO.7 136 TO 1140 MARKET ST.