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CLOAKS-STONE A THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas. IT TOOK" NKRVR ! X 1 X W M. m. - - ? . r . And a pretty pood bank account (fortunately we had both) to buy the entire production of threo of the largest Now York Cloak Houses, especially this soason, The time will never be when this hoaso will not buy new, choico seasonable (roods at 25c to 40c on the dollar. That's tho way these Cloaks were bought and that's tho way you can buy them from us. Buying tho entire production enables u? to offer a solution only possible to bo otlorod by tho largest Eastern rotail stores. A WORD OF WARNING:?In eomo casoa there are twenty-five Oloakt of a kind, in others there are over 200 of a style. Tho jjoods are hore at what the) advertised for, but fchov will bo sold faster than Cloaks wero ever Hold hereabouts. CHILDREN'S CLOAKS! Good durable Plaid Cloth Clonka in sizes 4, G and 8 years, factory wliolo ale prico $2 50. Yours for 98c each. Children1!. Ilandsotno Flaid Cloth Cloaks. Large Cape. Full Sleeves, sizoa 4 to 14 years, fiii'tory prico S3 30. Thoy art) yours for $ 1 08. Minnas' Heavy Cloth Cloaks. Trimmed in Braid, Columbian Collar, sizos 4, 6 and 8 years, factory vholosale prico $4 SO. Choico at $2 !(S. Plaid and Scotch Mixtures Children's Cloth Cloaks, sizus 4,0 to 14 yoars, wholesale prico $6 50. Choico 05. Finer Grades at $1 00, $5 00 to $8 00 for tho Finest Children's and Misses' Garments ever brought to this city. YOUNGLADIES'JACKETS Misaea' Good Serviceable Heavy Cloth Jackets, Full Sleoves, sizes 0, j and 10 years^ factory prico $2 50. They are your^at 09c. At $2 98 Young Ladies' Jackets, rondo 01 unagouai oioui, tuiuuiumu Collar, factory price $4 50. Choice at $2 93. At &J> 90 Young Ladios' Jackets, Elegantly Made, Satin Linod. Columbian Collar, Braid and Velvet Trimmed, worth $10 00. Choice at $5 90. At $7 40 Young Ladies' All-Wool Cloth Jackets, Worth Collar, Trimmed in ElectricdSeal and Braid, Satin Linod, factory wholoaalo price $11 'Jo. Choice at $7 40. At 88 90 and $0 40 the Finest Melton, Boavor and Choviot Jackots, Satin Lined, Hand-sewed. Trimmedjin Electric fc>oal, Labrador Seal and Braid Trimmed, factory price $15 00, $18 00 and ?20 00. Choice lor $800 and $9 40. LADIES' CLOAKS! Ladies' Good S<vviee.n))le Cloth Jackets, style up to dato, Handsomely Trimmed in Fur, wholeoalo prico $4 75. Our prico $2 98. Ladies' Fine Jacket, Columbian Collar, 'irimwied in Electric Seal and Fur, factory prico $7 7J3. Choice now $4* 98. At $7 45 Ladies' Cheviot Jackets in Black^and Navy, Worth Collar, I Handsornoly Trimmed in El oc trie Seal, Capo^Satin Linod, factory wholesale ' price $10 50. Choice at $7 45. At SS 90 Ladies' Deader, Melton and Cheviot Jackets, Circular Skirt, Double Collar, Satin Lined, Handsomely Trimmod in Labrador Soal and Braid around Waist and Capo, factory price $12 50. Choieo at $8 90. Better Grados at $9 80, $11 50 and $22 50, fully one-half less than prevailing prices. Over 3,800 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraps in this big buy. More Cloaks hero of every kind from medium to lineat than in.the combined stocks ?11 otnwo in tho pitv. I 200 Ladies' Astrachan Capes, Large Rolling Co!- ^ I lar, Lined with Heaviest Satin. Factory price I J $10 oo. Choice f . | S5.90. I Stone & Thomas. G R EAT BARGAINS?M. .1. HI' FA OPEN. GRIP, GRIP AND COUGH, COUGH! (SSOu*^, Is what you see and hear ovorywhero you go. ^ jfi Thoro's lots of it, and tbero is tfoing to bo tuorc Jj of it, too. To koop from taking colds or tlio grip, or doctors recommend ovorvone to wear wahn UNV V^f DERWEAR and SOCKS. 4^ Prevention is bettor than cure. Tako the doc^ tor's advice anH put on Warm Underwear. Dou'i III' LI "ffionkoy" with the /trip or you will bo sorry for it, [J U M SEE THESE BARGAINS! J / ^/ 50c for the Finost White Merino Shirts if I / J ftri^ I^raweMkw .I > n i i y 'or **n0 Camels ^air Shirts and 1 - Drawers. irH\ ^ 75 c for Medicated Rod Wool Shirts p* V 3 /ai nn(* Drawers. r ^ 3*^ Al $1 00 for Finest Fleeco Lined Shirts and I | ?| Drawers. t J $1 00 for Fino Natural Wool Shirts and \ $1 00 for Finest Camel's Hair Shirts and J\ Drawers. / \ $1 00 for Finest Rib Calbrigjran Shirts / \ and Drawers. / \ 12Jc for SeamlesH Fine Merino Socks. I \ 25c for Finest Camel's Ilair iiockg. J | 25c for Finest Black Wool Socks. LlL McFADDEN'S M 0W% ONE-PRICE STORE, W ? Tho Cheapest Store In Wheeling. Oi XW 1320 and 1322 Markot Street ^t0rr 18 0p2m every xioict. jackets-geo. m. snook a. co. 4 these Models' of tho Cloak Makers' Art afford an ins usual opportunity to thosi Dressmakers, Milliners, buyers c new dresses, and those who liavo ol drosses to remodel ! Take notice tho wo liavo too many fine TRIMMIJSTG.k which, rather than carry into nez yoar, wo will coll at $3 00 qu nllties for ijl 00, $- 00 quulitiei for G7c, $1 00 Qualities for 33c, S3c Qualities for 11c, etc., etc. WE ABE FULLY PREPARED FOR A BIG HOLIDAY TRADE Geo. M. Snook & Co o 1 j LOOK AND BE This season wo will giv , money than any other housi Diamonds.Watches, Jewelry, Clo $ LTJI^EISrS & I ^ 1317 marmot J rUNERAL DIRECTORS. G" 1 ME.N'DKL & CO., II r. 1121 MAIN STREET, ; Funeral directors. m Prompt Attention Day or Nlfrht. j, Ptoro Tclcnhone, No. 49. G. Ed. Mendel's *r Ito'ldonee Telephone, No. 1. wflB ^ ifolkfel Ofiice: No*. 25 anil 547 Fourteenth Street. ^ ======================================== W Now Advertisement*. Drc?s Goods?Geo. H Taylor?Sccond Page. w A fair Specimen of Jackots?Geo. M. Snook & ni Co.?Klghth I'ogo. hi tteward?B. F. Caldwell, Mayor. k( For Kent?James L. llawloy. Foot Ball Gnino?Liusly Institute vs. Ctdlz. Wanted?Good GirL tl< Notice to Grocer*. fi Sterling Silver?I. G. Dillon & Co. . Holiday Goods?Carlo Bros. 01 You Cannot Keep Uouso?George W. Johnsoh'i er Sona. w Parlor Coal Vases?Nesbitt & Bro. ATTENTION, LUTCilERi AND DBS WEBS! fo For comfort nnd durability Hhould wear n( our Seam I ran All Wool Knit Jackets They are tlio best ntude. c,! C. HESS A SONS', vc Faalilonnble Tailors and Gents' Furnish* erg, ly.Jl and 1333 Market itroot. m PI IF you cannot noo nml need Spectacle* ^ you *liould call on us mid have jour eye? 81] I tod without charge. Wo have tlia fluoic in*trum?Mit* and more experience than atijr othor optician In tlin Slate, nud giuirauto'j Hutisfuctlou or money refunded, jacoii w. (.icunn, it Jeweler and Optician, Corner Ttrelfth ami Market, P' . 81 Water ltcnts Due. ti Walor rents for the six months end- ai iiift -March 31,1894, are now ready. If 1)1 paid on or before December 31,1893, a b< discount of 10 per cent will be allowed, of Tub City Water Board. oi AN ELEGANT ICEOEPTION (Jlveu by air. and Mr?, W. H. Frank "Lait ^ Evoutn*. n< The elegant rosidence of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Frank, on Twolfth streot, was the M scene of a brilliant social event last 3V evonintr. The reception, which was held from eovon o'clock until midnight, was complimentary to Miss Ida Mao w Frank, of Chicago, and Mr. G. E, Beek- w man, of Boston, whose engagement was E1 formally announcod recenty. In honor g' of tho occasion tho parlors wero beauti- P* fully trimmed with flowers and greenery, ut yellow chrysanthemums and smilax A being the prevailing featuroi; the man- w tels were wildernesses of beauty bank- U ed with flowors. In addition on all sides h< was arranged aprofusodisplavof palms, and potfed plants were effectively used. b( During the hour set for receiving the house was constantly crowded with friends of tho host and hostess and the ' happy couple. All of the guests wore p, received in tho front parlor. Mrs. W. II. Frank waB nanoBomeiy niun-u m _ black lace, cn traine, with diamond orna. monta. She was assisted by Miss IJa Mae Frank, in whito brocaded satin, lace . trimmings, diamond ornaments; Misa Bessie Gntnian, yellow faiiio, chillon an*d violet trimming; Misa Sara Horkiieimcr, yellow cropo, with roses; Misa Millio Stein, pink brocado nilk; Miss Doasie Beekman, black silk, and Miss Roso Hosonburg, whito silk. 1 In the dining-room a charming coterio of young htdfes in fall evening dress served refreshments. These wero Mies Ilattie Heed, in whito silk;MissBlanchn ' Emsheimer, light blue Bilk; Miss Jen' nie Emsheimer, yellow cropei Ml? Corn (iutmnn, nilo green silk, and Miss Mollio Baer, in green eilk. Music was furnished by tbo Fromior Banjo and Guitar club. A charming feature of tlio affair was tho presentation of a number of valuabio presents as tokens of esteoni and lovo to Misa Frank, whoso captivating manner iiaa made her oxtromely popular'dliring hor visit liore. Mr. Bookman, who also shared tlio goneral cougratulations, is 0110 of the loading I brokora of Boston, occupying the enviable position of vieo president of tho American Ticket Brokers' Association. Tho atlair throughout was greatly onjoyod by all who wore present, anu was i pronounced 0110 of tlio linest social I gatherings of tlio season. In tlio Circuit ConrU In Judge Panll's court yesterday in tlio caao of John K. Wilkle vs. the City ~ of Whooling, tho demurror was argued and taken underadvisemont. ThesamB , action wua had in tho caao of Park Wolr , va. citv, Ph. Ilildebrand vs. city, Herman Krugoi Vi. city and Patrick Campbell va. city. In tho caao of Albort Kllnkler VI. tho Wheeling Iron and Steel Co., a demurror was inade, argued and submitted. In Judgn Campboll'a court, in the caso of S. D. lilsou, assignoe, vs. Wood Bros. Pinning Mill Co., tho demurror wai overruled becouao no grounds wero assigned, and tho caso waa set for trial - Dccomber 22, A Big ltcd notion OlTorcd. Tho scale of wages afc the Wheeling steel works, Bonwood, expires January i. The company ha9 presontod ft new scale for the consideration of the employes, which is said to make a reduction in nearly ovory workman's wages, I tlio raduction'varying from 80 to 40 per cont. The men met last night to conaider tho proposed acnlo.but if any final action was taken it could not be learned last night. ^ Licenced to YVnd. 3 Clerk Hook yesterday issued marriage r licciiaea to the following named parr tio9: ? , Albort Muellor, agfid 23, and Cather ine Deitrlch, Aged 20, both natives of Gormany and residents of Martin's I?erry. O. 5 Charles M. Davis, aged 25, and Marv A. Henderson, aged 21, both of Ohio county. A Narrow JCucnpo. ' On Wednesday evoning Mr. A. B. d Pierce was going'to his homo on Fork f llidgo from Aloundsville when his horse ' ran away and throw him. lie received :t soveral cuts and bruises, and was also kicked by tho animal. Though in a Ferioua condition, Mr. Pierce is not dangerously injured. It was a narrow cscapo. _ An Old Lady Dlos Suddenly. Miss Mary Marling, of near Greggsvllle, was found dead in her chair 'luos day morning. At tho coroner's inquost it "was decidod that tho primary causo was exhaustion lrom a bad cold, and tho romoto cause was old age. She waa nged soventy-llvo yoars. bhe will be buried to-duy at the Tent cemetery. CONVINCED! j i o you more for your ? > in tho city, in such as J cks, Silverware & NoYelties.s IIG-Grills, 9 Stroot. A MIC. O'KANK THE MAN. it Nomination for Poituinster Sent to the Senate. Yesterday a telegram camo from fnahinKton City saying that tho Presisnt bad sent to the eenato the noraina on of M. J. O'Kano to bo postmaster / . Wheeling. This did not occasion \ mch surprise, bocaaao it was protty ell understood to have been decided 1 long ago. Somehow people had exacted the nomination to bo mado )out December 20, and its coming now as the only surprise. As lately as Tuesday, however, there ere bets made that Mr. O'Kano would )t ho tho man. This mndo him and is frionds a littJo uneasy, but thov feel 3tter now. Tho main interest contres in specnlaon as to who will bo tho chief clork. reat pressure was brought on behalf g George Baird, but it seems to bo gen- ' -ally understood that Eugeno 'L llanko ill bo the man. Mr. O'Kano last camointoprominonco i the dofoatod Democratic candidate r the legislature, who was seated by a irtisan houso in a resolution reciting mt ti. G. Smith hud a majority of tho 1 )tc3 cast. By a recent decision in the i ipremo court of appeals, ending tho rocoedings to seat O'Kano, though doawed, tho county is let in for a pretty im of money in tho way of coats. But r. O'Kano won't caro whon ho is P. M. ? V The Modern Mother as found that licr littlo ones nro im- V rovod more by the pleasantlaxative, . rup of Figs, when in need of tlio laxa- ? vo eflect of a iiontlo roniedy than by ly othor, and that it ia more accepta- o to thorn. Children enjoy it and it molits them. tho true reineuy, oyrup * Fi|rs, is manufactured by tbe Calinia Fig Syrup Co. only. V Cut Flowers( Cut lflowersj C No trouble cottin^ anything and 'erythliiR in tho lino of Cut Flowers. t >w. Fresh! Fresh 1 Froslil Call at ieze's Flower Stores. JIain store 1!)04 h arkot, and annex 00 Twelfth street, sluphonos 081 and 697. b Giveu Away. To-day, comraencinc at 9 a. m? we 111 inaugurate a special sale of Cloaks, Inch will continuo until Christmas, rery Cloak in tho house has been eatly reduced in price, so that our itrons will receive the benefit of Janiry and February sales in December. Iso with every Lndies' sold Clonic we ill Rive free of charge a flue Gloria mbrella, with Paragon frame, walrus >rn or natural wood handle. This is i exceptional ofTor, which shonld not I missed by any one dosirini: a cloak. ^ II. Esuiieiukb, Elovonth street. DN tho swell out of Clouks wo nnmo prices low that It wonlil he a mistake on your irt uot to luventignte. CI HO. M. SNOOK & CO. fi?r PUREST | VAND bEST LESS THAN HALF THE: PRICE- OP OTHER BRANDS + POUNDS, 204-h | HALVES,! 0 * QUARTERS.54 ' SOLD IN CANS ONLY 60 PER CEN popS Lam[ I WHEELIW % 1136 CHEAP CLOTHES?TH:-: HUB CLOTHIERS. DTJIR, ' -?-*w Level Best! *r\ "T1 HERE'S no child's play ^ about our way of Cater ?Tle Greatest Variety! THE LOWEST PRICES 1! HH Best Novelties first see the Heht ~of day through us. lYERY"^ IMMENSE -^MOTHER Tf VARIETY. /ho has looked around iSraM There are three, four, /ill tell you we have the t , , flve times the variety hers 5antlast line 0/ Kilts, the itrongest and Dressiest ^|H|Ptban b ,n an* othef ihort Pants Suits, and the store. We drain the fash* Varmest, worthiest Over- U ion centers dry, and with oats and Reefers to fit all all the quantity, all the hese ages, from baby- U j?n quality, we are the lood to manhood that is to Higspl Ifr1 nTTP a nrrrri 1 .tamdlnWb?? ffltia CHEAPEST I Kilts, $2 50 to $5 00. Children's Short Pants Bulta 81 75 to $11 00. Iioya' Locr Pants Suits $3 50 to S20 00. Children's Overcoats $1 75 to $10 00. Boys' Overcoats $4 00 to $20 00. THE HUB One-Price Clothiers. Hatters and Furnishers, fourteenth and Market Streets. SHOES?O'KANE i CO. FURNITURE. CARPETS, ETC. PAY LESS BRASS AND IROHf^fH VrM ID a aaa o ? rvTiT\nmn i T\n r w n i vy w.? VLUZI HALO, SHOES. ?riattflk AT If you pay less than wo chariro BERTSCHY S Fnrniture and urpet Honse, any le?. money than wo do. Wo No iiiQ Main Street know that usually thoy don't eell as _____ Rood, for they are not sati?fied with COAL * bo small a profit. Take this Ladies' : Fino Dongola Button Shoo that wo TR U. D. WILLIS, soil for $2.73 for instance. Most *' fi0Ui aocst ron? " H050N0A11 COH AND COKS D'Kanp & Co * \JC wu.j Clonn Lump Coal 7o per Bushel. ...? - - _ , Autbnicltoand riedmoat llloeluniith Coil 1113 M.-iin S reot. in ?<ock. M . TOFF SALE-WHEELING INSTALMENT CO. _ ssrn of PICTURES and \ LAMPS. I See our Show Windows and Note J I the Prices. We mean what we ^ I say. We must have the money, f I If you are going to give X I Holiday Presents, 11 Now is a Chance to Save Money I i I )s and Pictures. II !G INSTALMENT CO, . jl TO 114:0 ST. S I I