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A TELEGRAM-STONE A. THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas. A TELEGRAM Received last night from one of the largest Cloak Manufacturers in New York notified us that the largest consignment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks and Wraps ever brought to this city will be received by us and are to be placed on sale at prices less than the goods can be made up for and which will enable you to purchase a fine garment for a mere song. THIS EXPLAINS IT: # * f New YORK, November 28. f p STONE & THOMAS, ) if Wheeling, W. Va. i > Your buyer, W. E. Stone, has bought our entire line of 4 t Ladies' Jackets and Misses' and Children's Cloaks at twenty f ^ five cents on the dollar. We will deliver them in your city ^ f Friday. 4 t GUSTAVE BLUM & BROS. I i * This line, which embraces the entire output of the above named firm, and consisting of the latest styles and shapes in Beaver, Cheviots, Kerseys, Diagonals, etc., (and in colors) Black, Navy, Brown, Green, Havana, and all the new shades, III U? f />? 00 In navf Will UC LM1CICU iUI Jaic I1CAL SHTURDHY. Every garment guaranteed first-class. Perfect in fit. Correct in style. No odds and ends or shopworn, but bran new. Everybody who values the dollars and wants to buy a fine Coat or Wrap should attend this sale. Stone & Thomas. - HERE'S A DRIVE-M. J. M'FADDEN. HERE'S A DRIVE! We have just received, fresh from the factory, a complete assortmentof the latest winter styles in Stiff Hats in the regular $2 and $2 25 qualities of which we give you your choice for $1 5a INCOME AND SEE THEM. A GENUINE BARGAIN.' WEN'S AND BOYS' T.arceot and best lino fa Cloth, Corduroy, Beaver. WINTER CAPS. Eiderdown, Plush, etc., from 25c up. McFADDENS ONE-PRICE STORE, 1320 AND 1322 MARKET STREET. HS~Stores open every evening. TURKEY FOR TH AN KSGIV! NG-GEO M. SNOOK A CO. furkey for 1 1 o hanksgiving Can be had by everybody taking advantage of these prices; <1>C OO 'or choice of Ladies' Cloaks, gowo oi which have soul for $20 00. vpOiuU The biggest Cloak oflor of the season. Difference buy* a whole Hock of Turkeys. (Inq 7ft ^0r ^ne Dresi Pattern* ivorth nearly double. CpOa I O a pair of big Turkey* bought with (he illffercuce, QQp for fast colored Marseilles Quilts, worth $3 00. y Uv? A big; nn<l fi Utile Turkey for the difference. Qgp lor a pair of I.aee Curtains, worth $2 0(1. y O A "fair to uiMHu'M Turkey with Amount nnveil, OQ>-? lor a pair ol White or Groy Blankets. \ plump Tip:.? .tli thr? difference, qq - (or genuine Lonsdale Muslin N'lght DrMios, nor;.. ?l ."ill. \y ^^V?/ A very ?llm Turkey unveil?to the cimtoineM, (f> 1 OQ (or Uumbrellas worth 7o. ^5 I Difference >uvetl buy# a very fair Turkey. We DON'T sell Turkeys, but WE DO sell Dry Goods of all kinds, especially Cloaks and Dress Goods at prices to suit'the times. Geo. M. Snook & Co. fiobl AND BE Tlits season wo will g ; money than any other hot Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, C * lukeits &: f 1317 Marltot Watt Office: Not. 25 and 27 Fourteenth Street. , New Adverllaemonta. Tbe Intelligencer Coupon?First Fage? Dressed Turfcoyi?II. f. Bib rem. J-ondou Cbrlaunaa Papera?<C. II. Qulmbjt Funeral I>i rec ton?G. Meudei & Co. Warner'a Sate lure?Sixth Page. A Telegram?Stone A Tbomaa?Elfhtb Pig* For Safe?Camera and Lena. BicU Cut Glivware?living Bros. Contractor and Builder?Stephen McCnllougb. Order Picture* Now?Higgina' Gallery. Netr FruiU?Albert Stolze & Co. IFynu cannot nee and need Spefltonlea you Should call on in and liuvo your eyeB trntfid nit limit charge. Wo Intra tha finest Jn?t riimrnii ami more experience than soy other Optician In tlio State, and guorautee kntiiCuvtlon ormonor refunded. JACOH W. OUURD. Jeweler and Optician, Corner Twelfth and Market* FINE TAILORING AT POPULAR PRICES A complete line of Fall and Winter Woolen*, embracing Suiting*. Trovrfleringa and Overcoating*. fashionably cut, eleguntly made. Fit guaranteed. C. 1IKSS ? SONS, Merchant Tailor* nnd Oenta' Furnlthera, No. 1321 and 1323 Market Street. l.icenaed to Wed. Clerk Ilook yostcrdaj iasuod marriage licenses to the following named parties: William Wilsoncraft, a widower, aped thirty-live, ana mariina x,. yonnelly, aged twenty-nine, both of Pittsburgh. John P. Ctirraa, aged thirty-oight, and .Margaret >*arry, aged thirty-seren, both ot Wheeling. A llubexu Corpu* Issued. An attendant came from the state hospital lor the insane at Weston yesterday to take William Bodley there, he having been declared a lunatic after a hearing by Squire Giliesoy. Bodley. however, retained Colonel Arnett, and yesterday he swore out a writ of habeas corpus before Judge Paull, and tho hearing was set for to-day. The man's relatives and friends are said to consider him dangerous ?ud to want him confined. _ Tnuufern Recorded. The following transfers of real estate were left for record at Clerk Book's office yesterday: November 24, by Smith McDonald und wife to John Hercules, for $150, a piece of ground on the Cherry Hill road. July 23, by Thomas Clark and wife to Augustus Pielz, for $300, the north half of lot Li in square 12 in J. and J. K. Uakor's addition. September 2d, by Charles Schmidt. Fre?l Hoppy and llenry Uieberson and their wives'to John Glenn, for $100, lot 71 in the Belvedere addition. Wool fairly Active. During the past week the sales of wool from Wheeling have been fairly active, taking everything into consideration. Messrs. Horkheimer Bros. I say that a number of tbo largest mills i in the country are at present large purchasers. The renewed demand is ascribed to an eaiier money market in the : east, particularly with tho woolen mill men. Their mills are closed down, but they are juSt receiving collections from the past season's sales, and are investinc in wool believing two things, first that wool can't go much lower and secondly that the Wilson bill will never no through the house and senate to the ( President. A FORGER CAUGHT. Peculiar Circmu.tAnce. lend to a Caplure. For about a week past the police have been looking for one William Collins, who forged tlio name of Wilbur Jacobs to nil order on George K. Wheat for $S 20, liva anil one-hali days' pay for j labor in a brickyard, and got the money j on it. Collins recently got out of jail after servine a term for stealing a wheelbarrow and a quantity of tools at Fulton. Last night as Mayor Caldwell and Mr. Dobbins wero returning home from the council uieeliugtboy found a man helplessly drunk in an alley and escorted him to the lockup. Thore ho was found to be Collins. Ho will be ' arraigned before a justice this morning. MOItfc SUBSCRIPTIONS Received in Enconrngciueut of the Giant iloiiKM Projoct Yenterdny. Yesterday tho committee? recently appointed to solicit subscrlptione for I stock in tho homo company to buy out ( the United States Company's two plants here or build new ones and thus save the flint glass industry to the community, v.oro out and secured more subscriptions. hast night tho subscriptions ( to duto looted upSSj.OOO, making a vory creditable showing for tho two daya ( that the cominitee has been at work. The glass workers came to tho mark vestorday for $6,000 in stock subscriptions, the other subscriptions being from business men who are as much interested in tho project which is identical with their intorests, as anyone else. Tho community generally hopes to sen tho company organized and in shape to proceed to the work for which it will he formed in a short time. Tho tinanca committee is called to meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock at tho Dollar bank. A full attendance is desired. li'you want a reliable dye that will color an even brown or black, and will pleaso and satisfy you every time, use Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers. A Grent Surccn. The new method of examining eyas and fitting glasses, used only by l'rof. Slioff, tho Optician, is a great success, and, durins tho past week, ho lias changed no lest than ten pair of glasaos for persons who have never before beon able to find classes to suit their eyes. Those needing glasses, or their eyes tiro or head aches when reading or sewing, can consult him and have their eyes examined for glassos without charge at his new quarters, 1110 Main street. CEO. E. STIKIJI, A CO.'li Mora wilt k? closed all day Thaiikifhloc d?y. Buv Thanksgiving Fruit Cako at tho Wbeoliog Bakery's Retail Store. 100 Turkey* Free nt Selbert'e Garden. 100. A turkey will be (riven to tlie highest iffixlor in each game of too-plus. Thursday, November 30, from 2 o'clock to 10:20 p. m. Also riflo shooting for turkeys. CONVINCED!'} iro yon more i'or your iso in the city, in such as locks, Silvervare & Novelties.: HZIG-GKElSrS, t : Street. j| TO JIEGT TO-NIGHT. Tho Ohio County Mock Loslflntur* to Assemble. Tho committee appointed at the recent preliminary meeting at the Ohio County Republican Club's hall, ia the 1. 0. 0. F. block, has chosen tho full quoto of uierabora for tho mock legislature, each district boing represented. The personol chosen assures an interesting toason of discussion, affording a good deal of pleasure as well as profit The mock legislators and tho oommittp? will nit-nt in tha Ohio conntr club's ball this evening, and it is deBired that every one of itio members aball be present. Tbis boin^r the first ineetiug, much business of importance will bo up for consideration. Ai-reattd for St^ullug. Yesterday a newsboy on a Baltimore & Ohio train etole a pocketbook eontaining $10 from a colored porter em- ( pioyed in tho yardmaster'a office, lie ( then hid in a closet and locked the door. A special officer kicked open tho door and arrested the boy, and Squire Phillips sent him to jail to await a hoaring. Tom axxj Jtnuv Sets at John Frledel & Co.'s. TO.SIOHT Grand Ball civon by the Druid'* ttlnflng Society at Beethoven hall. A mors tempting display of Thanksgiving luxuries were never seen in tho city than those offered at the Wheeling Bakery's Ketail Store. Excellent Mackintoshes, from $3 50 to $12. H. Emsbeimeb, IS and 20 Eleventh sireet. don\t|f #r0b8$ vL WHENYOU GAN Oil I Climax PUREST AND BESt AT LESS THAN? HALF ? THE PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS, 1 Pounds?[|4 Halves] [)$ Quarters^ = SOLD I N CANS ONLY. ========================= W _ SHOES?O'KAIME A. CO. PAY LESS FOR YOUR j rvi ir\nn onvjno. i?* If y?u pay less tliao we charira you,you get lets quality in tho shoes. Nobody can sell as good shoes for any loss money than wo do. Wo know that usually they don't sell as good, l'or they are not satisfied with j, so small a profit. Take this Ladies' l'ine Dungola Button Shoo that wo sell for $2.75 for instance. Most dealers would get $3.00 for it. O'Kane & Co., 1113 Main Street A PIGTUf jTpid I ^ 1 WHEEL! % 1136 POPULAR-PRICED CLOTHES?THE HUB CLOTHIERS. Popular-Priced.? CLOTHES. To make a long itory short, you can me from S3 00 to $7 00 bv buv? iogyour SUITS AND OVERCOATS of ui. We are la the poiitioa to know, and wo pat our valuta in tht category where they belong. We will leave the comparison to anr eompetent fudge, and the verdict will bo In oar favor. We've never lost oar right of leadership in competition yet. You know cheap tailoring baa reached its juat deserts. The fathers of it are (oriaklai the faith, for we've bettered them at every point. We're improving ouraelves all the time. We'va always had 18.00, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 aid $20.00 Suits and Overcoats TO SELL, BDT HEYER SUCH PERFECT 0IES. Around these precea we've gathered the irutta of wisdom bought by experience. We hivo figured and worked until ire can make * dollar do almost double duty, and you've only to walk in our foot, steps. If you think ire haven't succeeded, It you are Itlll sceptical, spend an hour with as and sea the class of men we clotho, and from than popular grades see how perfectly we fit them, how easily. Aa them themselves, what wo save them. Ask them if satisfaction isn't the iuvariable result of a visit to us. Among the masses of humanity they are belter dressed than the average. The variety that is offered hero ie ten times greater than any tail, oring shop can a fiord to carry. Search about town into every store that sticks out a clothing sign, and we'll count styles with any three of them. We trust our reputation in every garment wo soil; it's right as wo know right) perfect as we know perfection. Beforoyoui money closes the sale, and then, in spite of our extreme care and precaution, it fails, we're ready and noxious to buy it back at the original price. No wonder men feel safe in trusting their appearance and their purses to THP W\ 1R ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, Fourteenth and Market Streets. ^DINNER SETS, ETC.-JOHN FRIEDEL A CO. rHE GREATEST DISPLAY Of the following goods will be on exhibit in oar Show Room, on first floor, from now until Thanksgiving, at the loweat prices. DINNER SETS, GAME AND FISH SETS, CARVERS AND TABLE CUTLERY, And a great variety of side Dislios to ornament a NICE THANKSGIVING TABLE 1 JOHN FRIEDEL&CO., 1119 Mitin Stroot. ?'A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSEFUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH e'A'Dhi in - 1 ^ ?? IE SALE?WHEELING INSTALM ENTCO. UiWUUiUUUU^ ;ure Sale.? \ A LITTLE EARLY J no doubt, to think of a S Christmas present, but < here is something that 5 willcostyousolittlethat J it will pay you to buy S now and we will put it J away for you until the ? . holidays if you want ? ) US to. i See Our Show Windows. Tliey are Full or f PRETTY PICTURES! J NG INSTALMENT CO., ;