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gTONE&THOMAS. J FAIR WEEK BARGAINS.' Strangers in the city, you are invited to come and make our store your headquarters. While you are here look over *u" u/n makp for vou to trade with us. UK IliUUbWIilViiw " ? ? * - ~ ^DRESS COODS,^ 140 pieces celebrated Atlantic F Cashmere, alt colors, 36-Inch wide, never retailed less than 25c. Fair week price !9c. wo pieces celebrated Atlantic FF Cashmere, 36-inch wide, regular retall price 38c. Fair week price 25c. 75 pieces 40-inch wide strictly All-Wool Henrietta Cloth, regular value 50c. Fair ween price <joc. 40 pieces 38-inch wiife strictly All-Wool Novelty Fall Suiting, imported to retail it yjc. Fair week price 50c. 35 pieces Faille Gros Grain, Armure and other weaves of 24-inch wide Black Silks, regular value fi 35 and gi 5a Fair week price 98c. 45 pieces Printed IndUuSilk, regular value 40, 45 and 50c. Fair week price 25& ^CHRFETS.^ 2; pieces Body Back Tapestry Brussels, regular value 65c. Fair week price 44c. 48 pieces Higgen's extra, quality Tapestry Brussels Carpets, regular value 80c; fair week .price 66c. 62 roHs extra heavy Union Flowered Carpets, regular value 40c and 50c; fair week price 29c and 30C. 4; rolls best Ail-Wool Extra Super Ingrain Carpets made, regular value Tfi; fair week price 59c. 2,;oo Window Shades, mounted on best spring rollers; fair week price 15a ?D07VTESTIC DRY GOODS,# 36-lnch wide Unbleached Muslin at 31c. 80 Domet Outteig Flannel at 31e. 8c 40-lnch Unbleached Sheeting at4Jc. 9-4 Unbleached Seamless Sheeting at 12ie: Oil Red Figured Prhits at 3Ie. Toilet Toweling Crash at 21c. . Lonsdale Bleached Muslin at 6ie. Ladies' Choice aieaenea lviusun m oiu. Cheviot Sheeting at 4a. CDC f I ATI ?r? So'? Aeontii in Wheellna for the Celebrated BUTarCUrtLI TERtCK'S PATTERNS. Metropolitan Fajhion Sheet for'September now here. It ess be had free by calling at our store, Stone & T homas. CLOAK3?GEO. M. SNOOK A CO cloakslZ $5 TO $75. Snpled Lines and Values from $10 to $15. With such a stock?every one of them fresh from Sie best makers?no need to look further, either fcf or out of the city. T71TD P X DUO w'th *u" c'rcular sweep covering rHK linllJU more tllan t'11"'00 their length, are m. Witt vu* ajiv/j ^ere jn a great range styles and prices. TJ I TTl mntmAnn are cordhllyinvited to inspect tlieLARGUST f1 ft n V 111I I IIff11 Cloak and Dress Goods stocks. Tliey lmM are to be seen at Geo. m. SNOOK &CO.S, 1114 MAIN STBEBT, THROUGH TO 1115 XAKKBT. Cloak Room on first floor at rear of Nos, mo and 1112 Main Street. FUNERAL OIBECTOBS. GUESDEt & CO., . mi uii.i inter. Funeral Directors. PromDt Attention Day or Night. Finro Telephone. So. A O. Ed Mrad?ra E*?ldrPce Ttkvboi*. So. I. nor? S3ic,3nfeliiAenccr *** OfBeot Not. 15 RMl 91 Fourteenth StM?t * Sew Adv*rti??inenU. Loat-Odd Fallow!' Marshal*! Heart O. A. K Encampment?Joa. llorne 6 Co. For Krnt-dl* Koomi. liall and bath-Jama School Books IndSuppUea-Carle Broa. Cloak*?Geo. M Snook A Co.?EUhth Pitta. We iMo't Know Much About w rltln* Ada? SL OdtoiiQ * Oo ?Klfth Face Sblru ud Underwear-McFaddea'a Eighth iorrt-T. M. Otrrln?Klfth P?m. (tcouiue Buttermilk Soap?B- If. UiU Welcome Honae?Restanrant ani Lodging. Bleyclu Repairing?IL II. Rlbeldafler. Pine Oil Portrait*?Morgan Rbrra Old Sherry and Old Fort Wlnes-Schaafer St Drleborst. Hair Uraihee, etc.?E win* Bros. Buitnea Cbanw?W. A. Wilson 4 Son. Auction Sale oi Real E?t*te-W. U. Hallcr. Dcllrlouf Sliced Beocb Nut Bacon-C. V. Uaidtag 4 Co. SPECIAL NOTICE. We liave the exclusive Mile of the celebrated IMPROVED HTAXUAKO PAT. TERNS, which la the chcapftet and matt reliable pattern In the market. LOU 8 W ABACK Eft. LIN8LVINSTITUTE, WIIKKLINO. W. VA. A School for the Thorough Teaching of Hoys sad Young Men. Military, English And Classical course*. AIho Modern Languages. Military De. ! portmont In charge or an officer of the > United State* Navy. fall Term begin* Slonduy, September 10. I 1804. Hoard of Trustee* t | Hon. A. W. Cnmpbell, - President. Kev. W. H. Cooke. D.D., - Vice President. Johu L I>lckey, 9t D., - Secretary. John J. JoneN, Esq., - - Trennuror. Win. B. Simpson, Esq., K. C. Dalzcll, Esq,, Hon. W. K. Whltaker, J. S. Nnylor, Esq., A. J. Clarke, Esq., Augustas Pol. luck, Esq., lion. Win. P. Hubbard, lion. J. U. Sommcrrllle, Heurr M. Kusseli, Esq., Kov. Jacob Hrlttlngbam, William P. Stifd, Esq. Por farther particulars call on or address any member of the Hoard of Trustees or JOHN 31. 1IIKCH, 1'h.D. Principal. FOR STYLE ANU SATISFACTION Call and examine our large and handsome stock of Foreign and Domestic Woolens, 8rocured exclusively by our agent for the nn merchant tallorln^rade. Oltr nHonmvni ?u cnu v?orvvauugi( Suiting*, Trouioriutii and Futtcy Vesting* uuoqnalod, and embracing every novelty. ffr guarantee Ut, and mutto prices to salt tho tlmos. A full line of Gents' Famishing*?1"new and nobby." 100 dozen of our colebrnted 3So Half IIosm agnln reoelved. Tlie popular Elghmlo Shirt a loader. All Knit Wool Jackets for solo by us only. C. IIESS & SONS. Fine Tailor* and Geuts' Furnishers, 1331 and 1323 Mnrkot street. LOCAL BKHVITCCS. Matters of Bllnor Moment la and About tbo City. Matinee at the Grand to-day. Tue Grand this evening?"Cell 22." Opera HotfBu this ovening?"Tho Silver Wedding." JacobGerius, charged with disorderly conduct, was dismissed by the mayor yesterday. James Murphy was arrested lott evening by Officer Snider on a charge of disorderly couduct. Over fifty of the new long distance tolephonei havo been put in Wheoling v?w thrt Amnrleun Bell Telonhono Com pany. AuGurrusDuvoLand John Luckel,both nativos of Goriuany, yoiterday recoivod tholr socond citizonship papers in the circuit court. T. M. Garvin has removed his law office from 1220 Market street to 1515 Chapline, where bo has fitted bp a nico suite of rooms. Tne work of toarioK down Pollock's mill has boon complotod, and the build* ing of House & Hermann's now block there will begin to-day. Tub bicycle club of young men who were reported to havo purchased'flfty Eclipse bicyclos at ?00 each, havo not yot closod with the manufacturers of that whool at the prico namod. In fact the club has not yot "filled." An order was yesterday issuod to the police to cloar tho Second ward market square of vehicles on markot days. Heretofore tbo blockado (here has been a great nuisance, and has caused much complaint. Trnnafera Recorded. Clerk Hook yosterday admittod to rec ord transfers of real estate aa follows: July 10, by Lowis C. Nolte aud wifo to Frank Stabler, for $830, a lot on South Front street September 3, by Joaoph Klujj, jjuardian, and others to Margaret Dieriu^er, for $930, six-sevouths interest in lot 17 of tho William Porter farm. September 4, by Joseph Winisdorfer and wife to Anna Gothart, for $950, a lot on the west side of Woods streot, north of Twenty-fourth. At tho Grand. Anothor Rood sized audience witnessed tho eocond porformanco in this city.of "Cell 22," at the Grand, presented by Madamo and Aupustin Nouvillennd their clover company. The play nppeals to tho hearts of lovers of cenuino Bonsation, with a flavor of comody intormincled. Tho aovoral apocialtioa introduced were woll rendered. A rnatinoo will be Riven this aftornoon. and to-ni?ht will bo tboir ladt porformanco in this city. The Modern Uenutjr Thrivoa on good food and aunahino, with nlnnfv r?f Avoroian in thn annn air. llor form alowa with health and hor face blooms with its beauty. If her bvbtom noods the cleansing action ot a laxative reraody, elio uses tho gentle and ploasant liquid laxntivo Syrup of Figs. Till: WliflfllliiR Cntinrrratorjr of Mn?fc, No. 45 I iltrnutli iitreet, will roopt'u Mou. tiny, September 10. CiKO. I!. STIl'lX & CO.'Ji ?toro? will eln*o ThiirMlny nt IMOoTlorU p.m., In onU-r tliut ctiiplnyoa uiny attend tlio State Fair. Attention, Uniljr Cndet Corp*. TT i.nnnnotnil with (lllr leaving icuunti; kuiiHkvivu ...... v... largo uicrchant tailoring establishment a dopurtmont for tbo manuiucturo of uniforms, wo oro confidont that wo can quoto iowor pricoi and give you bettor satisfaction than over boforo attotuptod in Whooling. Our goods ?ro all custom mado, and a perfect (it ill oach and ovory ca?o guaranteed. Our price, which is $13 50 a suit for the boat quality of goods, dnlles competition. Suite with knoo trousers $12 50. Call and wo will toko groat ploaauro in showing you goods aud attending to your wishes. MontoN C. Stoitt A Co. John L. Rico, Manngor. Tn^or McLuro I louse. r'pv conlB por pair for good Whito and j V Uroy Ulnnkotfl. Geo. M. Snook & Co. THE tleftt and Purnat In ttir city. Call nn?! K?t our prle??. Wlilaklea from AOo quart up. A. W. KMHUKI.MKR * UIIO., St Twelfth atrent, opp. McLuro II out*. OHIO RIVER WRECK. A Brides at Middle Ul?nd Breafca and Traffic la Impeded. II FREIGHT TRAIN BREAKS IN TWO And Cause* tho Broak?Happily None of the Train Hands were Injured. Transfer* of Freight and PaMengei* Made Necessary?The Bridge vrlll be Repaired This Morning. A wreck took placo at Middlo Island, on the Ohio River railroad, near St. Mary's, at an early hour yesterday I morning, which, though it did not result I in loaa of life nor in much damage to I property, earned a vast amount of in> | convenience, and for over twenty.four prevented through freight and passenger traffic on tho roadL Shortly after j midnight a freight train was going | south, and when almost at tho Middle Island bridge the engineer discovered | tnat hit train bad parted. On tho bridge ho slowed up and the rear section camo up at a twonty raiio clip and struck I tho first section. Tho result was that a portion of the bridge was unable to i stand tho strain and sank considerably, making It Impossible for trains to pais over with safety. The management of the road at Parkersburg was at once notified, bat it was not until yesterday afternoon I that a car load of timber was recoivod ! from Kavonswood and the work of ro: pairing tho bridge commenced. It is expected that the bridge will be in con* dition for the resumption of through tratilc this morning. In tho meantimo throughout yoslor* day no trains passed ovor the bridgo. All of tho possongor trains made Mid* die Island their temporary terminus, and tho passengers and baggago wero transferred back and forth. Ilero in Wheeling all of tho trains wero behind time several hours, tho traiu duo boro last evening at 0 o'clock not arriving until after midnight. "Our Flat" Make* a nit. last night a fair audionce assembled in tho Opera liouso to witness tho initial performance by the present company of "Our Flat." Tho play itself furnishes a more than ordinary eoope for tho dis piny ui uiu icuuiug muy o miuiim, auu to say that Mian Batickor played it well but faintly oxpressos tbo sbaro of praise to which" sho is justly entitled. Tbo laughable and novel situations aro numerous, and tbo author has brought I thorn up to such a degreo of advantago that tboy stand out in bold relief. Tbo I company as a whole is above tbo average, though tbo pieco did not go along ; with the smoothnoss which will cbarucI terize the later production. Mr. Philip j Kyley, wbo impersonated the character of Clarence Vane, is known to Wheeling thoatre-goors, who have seen him iif a | different role in "Le Voyage on fcuiase." Mr. Gaston, as Nathaniel Glover, "made no mistako," and the solo of Miss Van | Courtland won deserved applause. The Silver Wedding" To.ulght. All should come early to tho Opera House this evening and seo tho laugh* ing surprise, "Tho fciilvor Wodding." It is said that tho cast is a groat one in tho comedy line, and embraces Such artists as Sol. Aikou. late of "A Pair of Jacks" Company, Charles V. Seamon, lute of itassoll's Comedians, "J. H. Koborta, late of Mark Murphy's "O'Dowd's JNeiyuDorB company, IVOCK BQU Amroso, late of Frank t Daniel's "Littlo Puck" Company, otid others of equal merit and the power to entertain. u i. c. Wo arc prepared to uteaanro uniforms for tlio Llnily boy?. Wu ffunranteo lit or no tnlo. Chevrons for non-oowwIatfloneU ofllocrg on ftalo. D. BUNDLING & CO., Wis 34 and 30 Twelfth Street. C T LJ T large Dress Goods departClVJill mentscrowdodwithchoico new goods. Geo. M. Kjcook <fc Co. GEO. E.STIFKL Si CO.'S ?tore? will close Thursday ut 12t30 o'clock p. m., In order thut employe* luuy attend the btate Fair. "Baltimore St Ohio." To accommodate* persons attending the fair the Washington. Pa., accomraodation will not leave Wheeling until 6 p. m. b'optember 5, G and 7. Tub Pan-Handle pyeinj; establishment, owned by John Hoilmoior, at No. 1431 Market street, is the best equipped lionse of its kind in Wheeling. In addition to the dyoing and cloaning departments a corps of llrst-closs tailors are employed, who can do repairing as neat flfl 11 18 possioie. Vsiowus uuu inuios garments, cleanod or dpred, can bo mado to look like now. Satisfaction guaranteed. TRY our Caltfomin I'ort find Sherry Wine. We Kuariintflft them trlotly pure. COc for full utinrt*, at A. W. KMSIIKIMKU * IJRO.% 51 Twelfth Htroot, opp. McLure ilonno. A Thoughtful l'erfon consults his boat interests by having a box of Kraueo'a lleadacbo Capsules at hand; takon as directod will prevent or etop any kind of a headacbo, no rnattor what tlio cause?in fact if your skull was crackod it would prevent i?ain. The frequoncy of the attacks will diminish and by taking tho capaulos at the approach of a heartache you will novor have another. 25cpor box. Sold by Alex. T. Young, John Klari, Wheeling, aud liowiu <k Co., Bridgeport, Ohio. While in Chicago, Mr. Charles L. Kahler, a prominent alioe merchant of De? .Moines, Iowa, had quito a serious : it ii? ??t,l I tlmt ho could hardly talk or navigato, but tIth prompt tiso o( Chamberlain's Cough Komody cured him of his cold so quickly that othors ut the hotel who had had colds followed hi* example und half a dozon persons ordered it from tho nearest drug store. Thoy wore JtrofoBo in tboir thunm to Mr. Kahler or tolling them how to euro a bad cold no quickly. For salo by Chat. R Goetzo, Will W. Irwin, Chris. F. Schnopf, Charles Monkometier, William K. Williams, S. L. IJrico, A- K. Schoole, Will Monketnel* lor, John Coleman,Richards McKlroy, \V. II. Hague, Wheeling; Uowio & Co., lJridgeport, and D. F. l'oabody A ton, 1'^n wood. SPECTACLES-PROF. SHEFF. ntTUVVT CUAJtnE, by the Only SrlontlUo Optlclnu tn the Mate, PROF. SHEFF. IU0 Main 8trecU Nett Doer lo Bowk * Co. au90-nUMW ? REOOY, BOYS, ? World b?ator?, 10 evorybody gays who have tried tho Stan* loy Combination Boys' Suitf, and thov know a thing or two. Think o( a line, Ail-Wool, Double-Breasted Child's Suit, age 4 to 15 years, with oxtra uantfl. oxtra buttons and Stan loy Cop at $5 00. Riebt in fit Right in ?tylo. Ki^bt in work* wioibip. Right in prico. Further argument ie unneo? resary. To iee it is to buv it You will be doing yourself o> well a? your boy on injuatlco if you buy a ouit onywhore un* til you havoflrst aeon our .Stanley Combination Outfit*. fllfftltl Children's Sbort Pants Salts. EUREKAI Wo'vo solved tbo mystery. Wo'vo met the crying neod for clothes that can oatwit a buyer's careloasnoaa. The Sandow Suit, the boat Suit on earth, made with doable seat, doublo kneo, doublo elbow, sewed with best linen throad, and a new salt for every one that will rip. Will glvo yoa moro service than any youever bought. We haven't had to raovo the prices any, either. It wai a caso of "must," and we got tliore. We start to mark them at the very lowest lovol that satisfactory value can bo found, and stop the minute the last virtuo has been added. SHIRTS, UNC hjjg^ JBL SHOE STAGY, ADAMS & CEXjBBFIAT] cordoya: REDUCED FROM $U T French Calf, llntid Bowed, froi 8t> to 84. I'ntnut leathers trow l Juat 81 on every pair. l DRESS GOODS?J. 5. R. t Tlr?11 Tlnnnn Hnn riuiirawu NOWOPENEt IMPORTEDNOVELTYSUI EVER* ONE OF TlIKtt A 0 In addition to thoio Quo grad huvo an oxtra largo aiiortnx All-Wool Dress Go AT 50? AVAR1 Both in plain and no volt jr. of tliodo 50c goods are 40inchos ISJilM IEAPY I?THE MOB CLOTHIESS Hfl lUHi! Oflfjr one week more before opens to get ready in. Yoq'1! L-va abont it theso next i!z dayi ia downright earnest. Tho boys' oyei will stick out as b!g is |K ccri when they seo the groat high j:!e? 0 goodies we've got for tboir comfort tail cev* ering. It's LOOKS that capture* t^bori* QUALITY that wins the paronti. We're solid oa both sidos. Boyd aro not tho leut bit particular. You must have .-OLID WORTH in school clothes, or tboy will soca come to grief. Wo stood on tho shoulder* o! our achievements of last year and reached far all tho improvements that bad been uad?. You wou't bavo to como up after ihciz. We Hate Brought Them Down To the Same OH Prices ?. That's bow wo progroas. It'a thu quality that gets ahead; the coat standi still if you don't know just what you want, tbero ia everything bore that is worth having Let tbo stock talk to you. If eooiug ii believing, SEEING WILL BE BUYING. In this caso the argument of facts is convincing With every* 6oit wo eive you on? of lh? greatest wonders of the ago, the groat Multiform Combination Top. You can mako it do almost anything but talk. You can spin it in midair, make it walk tbo tight-rope, in fact, hundreds of waya to rnalro it Bp'.a. $j in gold to tbo boy or girl spinning it tho beat by October 4. Hub Clottiiers, The Only Strictly One-Price House la the State, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET SIS, >ERWEAR-1V1. J. MTADDEN. imfr^"UNDERWEMT NECKTIES. COLLARS. SOCKS. SUSPENDERS. I HATS. UMBRELLAS. ! argest Stock! Latest Styles! Lowest Prices! j UcFadden's One-Price Store, j CHEAPEST STORK IN" WHEELING, 320 AND 1322 MARKET STREET. ^ Stores open until 0 p. in. tills woeb. ^ S-J. C. LOCKE 4. CO. CO. S Mr i J/ '0 $5. " RMtf in 03 to II. Genuine Kuui^iruo, Utnd Wewtxl, Iron* tfu tu 4. If you tuko lulvuutago of this out you uiv? -POKE'S. k CO. PLUMBING, ETC. If]n I TRIMBLE & LBTZ, III.ll OIIDDl vunncp (UMi owrr l, , ..yywww. Plumhiiig and Gas Fitting, ), Stcnm und Hot Water Heating. A Fall Lino of tho Celobratod? srenir STEAM PIMPS ?Kept Constantly on llaud. TINGS ! 1300 AND 150! ?m?CT STKKgT. tTHKKI l'?: Notice to Nataral Gas Consnmers! EM. Tho HIBllERD CALORIFIC NATURAL lito RUKNKK 1? tho only humcr on t!io market i> guaranteed to kIto satisfaction. Do uot u* coW?mI iu accosting "jv?t *s qood" vriiu us cuarautvo. Sold outy by GEO. U1BBERD & SON, 09 vo mrJl 1314 Mirtetatr.v. __ "it Of I WILLIAM HAKE & 60S. Ods J, Practical Plumbers, GAS AM) STEAM FITTERS. I). No. 38 Twelfth Stroot. All Work Dow Promptly *t ItoMootbleW^V So mo 7~ " " , Pictures \ art materials. " ?' mBBINS! PflOTO MODNTBR! n r Tills superior adhwlve H warrants ? J ri injure the mofylcllcato print or fabric. *>?* I fl r'or to Keepa Rood contluuou?.)? I 11 Alwaya rea*ljr for umj. On sale at 11|| NICOLL'S AKT STORE. UUl #tt2t *2i2.Markcl=t*?fc