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HOLIDAY BARG AIM S - S T O NE A THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas. EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS 200 Moquetto Rags at S3 yy? itegumr price ?o uu r 100 Grov Far Ru?s at SI 90. Regular price $-' 50 100 Lined l'ur Rugs nt $4 6S. Uonular price 47 00 I . = 0 On the Second Floor the biggest Fur Department in this State. Good Black MufTi 29c no Electric Soul Muffs 98c up Childron'a Ecru Annora Sots 98c up Ladies' Fur Capos $ 3 9S up Ladies' Soal Capes $12 75 up If you are going to buy Furs you want to visit this Fur Department. It will be a money saving visit for you. I ?=? | *J- ?-J ii 3^ _r V TOY DEPAK i Alt IN 1 ? l nousanas anu inuusauus ui Dolls, Games and Toys here. BOOK DEPARTMENT OFFERS?1,000 Paper Books at 3c. 1,000 Cloth Bound Books at i2>?c. Picture Books, Christmas Books, Speech Books, Historical Books, all kinds here. COME IN THE MORNING IF POSSIBLE I Stone & Thomas. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS-M. J. M'FAPDEM. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS For Men and Boys. We have just what the men and boys want. Nice and useful things that make Splendid Presents, that cost but very little money, and are sure to please them. Here they are: 12 1-2 cents for Initial Linen Handkerchiefs. 50 cents for Initial Best Silk Handkerchiefs. 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 OO for Elegant Styles of Nufflers. 50c, 75c and $1 00 for Men's Very Fino Kid Gloves. 25c and 50o for Elegant New Style Ties, tied or untied. 50c and 75c for Splendid White Shirts of Our Own Make. 50c, 75o and 81 OO for Elegant Colored Evoning Shirts. 50c for Finest Silk Suspenders, worth $1 00. 25o for Best Camel's Hair or Cashmere Wool Socks. 25 and 50o for Boys' Jersey, Wool and Knit Gloves. $1 OO and $1 50 for Men's Fine Wool Jackets. ELEGANT BATS AND CAPS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS 1 McFADDEN' ONE-PRICE STORE, The Cheapest Store in Wheeling, 1320 AND 1322 MARKET STREET. JfiTStoroa opon every evoning. HOLIDAY WEEK-GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. HOLIDAY - WEEIC Come any day this week if you wish to make advantageous purchases of Cloaks, Dress Goods and Holiday Novelties. Our desire to sell is this And this is the comparasize: v tive size of prices: Geo. M. Snook & Co. The rule here. Values that cannot be duplicated. Two great Bargains in our Black Goods Department that will make things lively here iu-uay . 40-inch wido All-Wool Silk Fini?h Honriotta Cloth nt...? 39C, wort'< ?' 2540-in.wldoSllk Warp, All-Wool Filling Black Henrietta Cloth at worth $1 50. BLMCK SILKS. Nothing more acceptable for a Christmas present than a good Black Silk. To-day we offer 2 j pieces 24-inch wide Satin Duchess at 93C, worth $160. Faillo Silk at 98C, ,v0,'lh 51 Armuro Silk at - j)8C| worth $150. Upstairs on the Third Floor will be found LJKST CH2 We are still offer bargains this we< LUKENS JEW FUNERAL DIRECTORS. G< MENDEL A CO., T 1124 MAIN STREET, Funeral directors Prompt Attention Day or Night. Store Telephone, No. 49. G. Ed. Mendol Ho Jdence Tclephono, No. 1. no2fi Uh SttlMgmm OfllOOt No*. US nud 'A1 Fourteenth Street Now Advertisements. Holiday AVock?Goo. M. Snook cfc Co.?Eight Pago. A Joyful Christmas?Geo. E Stl?ol?fe Co.?Fifl Pago. Lust Chance?Till kens & Hlgirlns?Eighth Pag Kutil listiiu? Bargain*?I(0l* it Zano. Stockholders' Moptln?~\Vhoellng and B< moot Brldyo Company. Wanted?Ltidics. Grand Opera House?Russell Bros.'Comedian Motion to Funorol Notico. Christmas Prconts-Ncsbltt ?fc Bro. Notice?Albert Stolxe A Co. The Beat Carvers?Etrlng Bros. EL EC A.XT AMD U8KFULCHRISTMAS PRESENT AT POPULAR PRICES. Shirts, Neckwear. Gloves, Initial IIan< kerchief*, Half Hose, Knit Jackets, Olllc emus and underwear. Our Merchant Tailoring Department; comploto and wo are prepared to inako u ou short notice. C. HESS & SON'S, Fashionable Tailors and Qonts' Fumls! era, 1U21 and l!Wa Market streot. IF yon cannot non anil nood Speetnolfl you should vail on u* and liavo your ey<i totted wit limit ehar~e. Wo lmro the flnoi Jiih! rumcnts and inore expuricneo than an other Optician In tho Slate, rind guuraute Kulinlnctiun ormonoy refunded. j.won w. (iiiunn. Jewel or and Optician, Corner Twelfth and Market. Water Kent* Duo. Water rents now duo anil are subjet to a discount of'10 per cont if paid be foro January 1. Not taking anvantaif of this discount is equivalent to borrov inn money at the rato of 40 per cont pc annum. Can you aflord this? A Timely Dividend. Tho ./Etna-Standard Iron and Stet Company lias dintributod a Christine gift of two and a half per cent dividon | to its stockholders. This is on the bus noss un to June 30 last and ou tho con1 in oil moot oi luo coinpuuj-. Arrest* Yesterday. John Daily was run in last ovonin by Officer llorbortfor indoconcy in puL | lie. Tho same officer put in Oil Alurph for vaprancy. Ollicor Donavin put i Saui O'lirion, n drunk. Officer Wos put in Bo Miller for disorderly cor I duct, and Officer Minkemeycr locked u ; Kossco Jett, a polo, as a plain druuk. American Tin. On Saturday Mr. John House left o tho Intklligexckr offico a specimon c American tin made by Wullaco, l>ai: field <& Co., of Irondiilo, Ohio. Mi House, who?o homo is at tho corner t Chaplineand Twenty-eighth streets, thi city, is employed in tho mill there. Th specimen referrod to is a very fin j>ieco of charcoal tin. Chicken Thieves Caught. I Officers Fritz Och and Scott Neal, < Mnrtiu's Ferry, did some quick wor yesterday morning. Abouf, 2:39 tlio saw sovor.il chicken heads on tho Clevi land and Pittsburgh railroad near Cot tro stroot, and immodiatoly began t look up the thiovos. By 3:30 tho found the chickens, had the suppose thieves aud the name of the ownei The throo men arrested were Bill Jloi fat, Thomas Hyle and George Beulki and tho namo of tho owner Is Joh Holes, to whom three of tho stole chickens were returned. For Steal I up Paper#. For Borne timotho Xnteluoesjceban other napora have been much nnnoyo by tho stealing of papors out the lin of tho Wheeling & Kim Grovo railroac At Loatherwood this annoyance wt especially bad. Recently tho Istki.l oenckr employed Constable Dora Moi ris to watch and cntch tho thiof, an Saturday he aacccoded. Ho was foun to be a young man living near then Ho was'arraigned before Squire Rogeri who tinod him, the fino and costs a| gregating $29.30. Tho Intelliqbncb proposes to hunt down ovory one ( those Bnoak thiovos who have cause such nunoyanco and visit tho penaltit of tho law' upon thorn. Tmnnferj llcooriletl. Clork Ilook on Saturday admitted I rccord transfers of real ostato aa fo Iowa: Novombor 7,1S93, by Harry Schrade and wife to Clara Otto, for tho oorl twenty foot of lot No. 13, in Zillia' ai dition. Consideration, $1,000. November 7.1893, by Hnrrv Schradc and wife to Oiara Otto, for tho nort thirty-two foot of lot No. 15, in Zilli addition. Consideration $1,600. December 19,1893, by .Susan B. Ma: well and Jatnos Maxwell, her husbam to Henry Shaffer, for one-eighth of c ucre of land in Liberty district on tli north tork of Short creek. Consider tion $50. December 18, 1803, by Robert J Bonnr and wifo to llenry Shnrter for acres, 2 roods and 10 porches of land c the north fork of Short creek. Cousi< oration, $202.50. Itufora Judge I'null. Before Judge Paull Saturday in ti case of Louisa A. D. Kramer vs. A. J Kramer, there was a decroo of divorc tho wifo being given the custody of tl children. It waa also eot forth in tl decree thut as lonir as Mrs. Krami occnniod tho residonee No. 810 Marki stroot she should receivo from hor la husband tho sutn of $20 por month, b' na soon as she was dispossessed of tl premises, she is to bring the mattor tho attention of tho court, which w: act accordingly. In tho matter of tho potition of tli trustoos of St. Luko's P. church, I authority to sell lot No. 72, on tl west 6ido of South Broadway lately o cupiod by tho church as a chapel, pe mission to maRo tho sale wns grante In tho matter of the application tho congregation of St. John s Evangc ical Lutheran church, of Elm Grov for tho appointment of trustees, Messi Gottfreid Hentschler, Ilarry A. Folmi and Andrew Schafor woro appointed auch trustees. Tiiin and impure blood i* made rii and healthful by taking Hood's Sara parilla. It braces up tho nervos ai gives ronewed strongtn. 11 Buy Gold Spnctades for Christmi gifts from Prof. Shofl, tho only Scienti; Optician in tho city, 1110 Main strei See advertisement oil fourth pago. sncb i ihg some of those great sk, in all lines. St HICCINS, ELERS. _ FIRE IN TUB COURT IIQUSIi A Mysterious Ulnzo and u Narrow Escnpo Yesterday. - About (onr o'clock yoilorday nfter*. noon young Mr. Roller ran into the polico offico and said tlioro was a tiro in f * tbo county court houso. Liout. Torrill _ ana omors who noru pruauui. ?? ? uu stairs nod found the clerk's and judge's desks both ablaro. Tlio door was brokon open and the blazo put out with buckoti _ of water, though tho chemical engiuo i, put a stream oil toward tho last. = Tho origin of tho flro was beyond conjecture. It was said by electricians that I, tho light wires could not have started it What motive anybody could have 111 in deliberately starting it does not np0 pear. '1'wo lino dosks were ruined and several books damaged, but no papers >1- of value aro kept in tho desk and the damage was slight. j. When tho door was burst in the promiso for the entire destruction of tho court houso scetned good. Tho flamos worn roaring up as high as the bigjehandeiior overhead, and thei beat was so intonso as to melt a glaig shado over a gas jot on tho dosk. I. Tho alarm causod great oxcitemcnt e and collected a largo crowd. Tho blazo was Urst soen from St. James' Lutheran " church, just as .Sunday school w?? dismissed. Tub Texas cow boys take Simmons Liver Regulator when bilious.?J. K m I'ierce, Kanchoro Grande, Texas, i* ^ j CnniSTMAS Gifts from 15 cents to $300 " ntShcff Pros'., 1)10 Main street. ruraAj* i MM* [ fji&fer ; I (g) * s Purest?Best ': PRICE" 15 ON ALL CANS, " TO BE- GErNUINt". is o ~ . 0 SHOL5-U tVMPIt <X A 2 Pretty 1 Foot 0 Can be made to look ugly?Can d be spoiled?by Ill-fitting Shoes. j> On the other hand a shapely, 5* stylish Shoe will make even an n ugly foot presentable. The Ladies' Shoes We sell at ?5a. 75 are perfect in Fit and d Finish. They wear well and d hold their Shape. We have them ? in all styles of Toes and in all " Sizes. They are equal to any S3.50 Shoe sold by other dealers. f O'Kane & Co., :b ' af 1113 Main Street. d !S 60 PER CE ipOPeri f5-?Lam =! ffHEELF ? I 1136 MUFFLERS. CLOVES. ETC.?THE HUB CLOTHIERS. ~ DON'T YOU ~~ HEAR THE BELLS! They're Ringing Oat the Glory of Our Superb Stock of HOLIDAY NOVELTIES! It'a tho GREATEST DISPLAY OF WAHpROBE DELICACY wo'vo ever in rule, or that you over Been. You want to 'see it. ty, want you to sco it Every foaturo is n special creation to our ord^r Our oxclusivo ehowinz is liko a mammoth Christmas Tree. Our entire floor j| loaded down with dainty and desirable gilts for ail mankind; so easy to roachthe prices hung them eo low. One poop insido tho door uud yojir (rlanco will drink i? .unn.nn,i nn?nM tn thrt nornlprint* auoition what to civo. Our varietv u woll nigh oxhauitles?, our form is ample, our system ia perfect, mid ovorrbodr will bo promptly sorvod. Still tho oarlior.in tho wcok you sliop tho more com. pleto you'll find'tho stock. Tlio earlier in tlio day tho loss crowded you'll fimj tlie store, but early or lato, tho first of tho wcok or last, you'll find us at our poiia, Muffiers, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Ties, Suspenders, White Shirts, Underwear, Sweaters, Night Shirts, ? Smoking Coats, Children's Study Coats, Hats, Socks, Rubber Coats, Odd Short Pants, Jersey Pants. NIGHT ROBES. 50c to 09.?Ia tho nhow our stock of Night Shirts make, French Cambric, tasty noodle work ofTect, modest or elaborate, the cheapen, fit as well as tho bost, and thoy fit perfectly. NECKWEAR.?Our special 200 douon Tock's, Pulls and Four-in-IIands, new pat. temp, worth 75c and $100; our price 50c. Our line of neckwear includes all tht latost fads of Fabric, Tint and Tying, a groat many of thorn put in fancy box; 60 conts. HANDKERCHIEFS.?Our line of Gonts' Silk Initial Handkorcbiefs 50c, 00c, 75a, $100. Tho moat olegant goods ever shown. Also seo our fine Linoa Initial Handkorcbiefs. Ulioap, six for $1.00, put up in an elegant faucy box. Other* from 10c up. MEN'S OVERCOATS?Doublo Breasted, Singlo Breasted, extra Ions, full back. Ulsters mado up in Koraoya, Beavers, Worsteds, Moltous, Irish Frieaej, etc. I'rices always S3 00 to $S 00 under those asked by competing houses. HOUSE COATS.?Say, awoothearts and wives, you can't givo n man a prcient ho'il nnprociato more than a Smoking Jacket. You with your good taste will find it best to buy of us, for our collection is the best. Maybo we know tbg recipient's sizo if you don't. BOYS' STUDY COATS.?Something entirely now in the way of n Boy's Stndj Coat, tlio first season for thorn, from 8 to IS years. Your boy will appreciate one. See thorn. CHILDREN'S SHORT PANTS SUITS.?Hundroda of Children's Short PnnU Suits SI 75, S3 50, $-1 00, $5 00 un to $10 00. Our Bossemoro all wool and wear liko steel at $5 00. Cannot bo duplicated elsowhero for $3 00 raoro money. HUNDREDS OFMEN'S SUITS.?Hnndrods of patterns, all fresb, now creation guaranteed by our guarantee. Be first, don't be last. THE HUB One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Fnrnisliers, Fourteenth and Market Streets. HOLIDAY GOODS.-JOHN FRIEDELACO. Great Reductions IN ^HOLIDAY GQODS.fc An Elegant Line of Goods Suitable for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! Now ready, Consisting of Decorated Tea and Dinner Ware, Game, De ? 'v /% sert and hancy unamoer sets, And a Large Variety of FANCY NOVELTIES. JOHN FRIEDEL&CO., A NT OFF SALE-WHEELING INSTALMENT CO. of PICTURES and 5 LAMPS. \ See our Show Windows and Note . the Prices. We mean what we 5 I say. We must have the money. J I If you are going to give 4 I Holiday Presents, 11 Now is a Chance to Save Money! 5 I ps and Pictures. I ' i K INSTALMENT CO, || TO 11?3=0 MAKKET ST. 4 I