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CT0NE6 GREAT! 1\ A 1 uryiioofls j Ever held In this vlcln stores MONDAY MO week. DOMESTIC At almost unbelievable before. 200 plooos Standard Anron Glnahtm 150 pieces Unbleached Canton Flam 000 nlocos yard wldo Manila St. i.UOU plocoa rognmr io yoru wiu "*<> 5,000 yarda atandard DK Prints at... 100 pieces Plain OU Red Print! at 100 piuoea 0-4 Uubleacliod Neamlesa ? 100 pieces 10?4 Bleached SeomlMi Hhi LINENS Af 200 pieces Burnt toy All-Linon Crosli 200 plocoa Hod and Blue Barred Lino MO down All-Linon Bordered Napkli 100 doseu regular $160 Linen Napkit SO pieclea Hod Table Linen at 00 pieces regular 40c Red Table Lin 40 plocoa Cream Dice Tablo Llnon al 25 plocoa regular 50c Cream Damasli Si plocoi regular 88c Cream Damask 25 plocea regular 50c Bleached Dam DRES! Thousands and thousands of Goods just opened?price a; tion to two or three specials 3,loo yards 30-Inch wide, regular 35c 1.000 yarda 83-Inch wide, regular 40c 1,000 yards 38-lnoh wide, regular 68c 3,000 yards 40-incli wido, rocular 05c 3,000 yarda 40-inch wido, rognlar 50c 60 pieces 40-inch wide, regular 70c 35 pieces 40-inch Vide, regular 00c CAF Prices lower Regular 45a heavy Union Carpota at. Bogular 50c heavy Union Ingrain Oai Strictly All-Wool Ingrain Carpets at Best All-Wool Carpota wado at Good Brussels Carpota at Regular 86c Uitrgina Brussels Carpot ltogular 11 86 Velvot Brueeela Carpel Stone & P. S.?We are agents for Bi DRY GOOPS-G IStece 1 Gil More Dry Goods than ever for Ono co9o oaoh Oroy and Whito Dlai ele at 48c per pair. Ono CQ80 oach Fino All-Wool coun BJankots, Scarlot and White, $21 por pair, worth $4 00. ! I 1 Ton cases of tho celebratod Mary's Blankets, covering every aba grade and size produced by this farni \ mill. We are sole selling agonta Wheeling ! I I All* Wool Btripod Flannel Skirts, j lengths and widths at 79c each, good aa you havo ever had at 11 00. 811k and Wool Mixed Novoltv Dr Goods at 50c, that look whon made like tho dollar kind. Covert Cloths in mauy grades i colors, 50c a yard up. ?ay-Eight largo Dross Goods Pqpi xnents crowdod with tho bost valaes havo ovor had. Now Moiro, Novelty and Plain 611 - Volotina in all widths, shades i qualities. Wears onual to velvot. Trimmings in Jot, Fur, Crock Silk Hoavor, etc. Points, Insortin Edgings and Waist Sets. Artistic sbapoa in buckles and la buttons, tfoo some of our trimmings Market streot window. Doublo Nappod Canton Flanuels '< a yard. Real Tarkoy Bed Prints, Figured, a yard. Feather and Fur B r^EO. M. OM Wi OIN MEN'S UNDER\A OvSl! ? Do you need anytl J Summer or Fall. W i medium weights at } Laundried and Unlau | 75c and $1 00. ] McFADDEN\c ? 1320 AND 132: \ Htoros qIom at 0 o'clock oxoopt Sa e-STONC & THOMAS. ^THOMAS. EST SALE ,sOF== and Carpets! If? to be'Inaugurated In our iRfillNG and continuing all I DRY GOODS prices. Prices cut as never ant....* 2 7-80 lata at 3 3-4c 2 7-8c Ila at? 3 3-4o 3 3-4c 2 7-8c Iheotinu at U 0 Mtlogat. - - 15 0 JD TOWELINGS. at 5 7-8c n Towoliiw at 6 3-4c la at 3o each ia at - . 98 c ; 12 I-2c an at - .26 c 1 12 l-2c : at . 31 c : at . 39 c oak at 29 c 3 GOODS. yards of new, rich Novelty Dress jc to $3 00 per yard. Call attenDfagonal Serge at - 12 l-2c Novelty Scotch Mlxturoa at 25 c Novelty Scotch Mixtures at 39 c All-Wool SnrRos at, ,..39 c All-Wool Honrlotta Cloth at 36 c Black Sorgo at....,.., 49 c Black Honrlotta Cloth at 69 c ?PETS. than ever known. . ?.v nn. * 36c ~44c 59c 39c -a At 66c ;a at 98c t Thomas. jtterick's Patterns. eo. w. snook \ co jiving re DRY GOODS for our ney this Fall than ever, isequently we are ^INCJ the money I These offerings prove It. . Drew prints, inotliuui shades, 3ijc yd. aK" Extra quality, 40-inch Muslin, 4$c yd. Very large Turkish 13ath Towels l?)c, try worth 18c. 95 Glass Linen Crashos 6|c, worth Oc. Turkoy lied Tablo Linens IS, 29, St 33, 39o.. etc. do, India Linoa Remnants, another lot, half prico. for Curtain Ends at 19, 29 and 30c each. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, Paragon Frames, tall Natural Wood UaadloB, 98c, choap at M SI 50. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, I'araRonFramos, 039 Weichoel and Acacia Ilandloa, $1 39, up worth $2 00. A finer grade at $1 79, worth $2 50. iud Ladies' fiuo Soamlofls fast black hose, Hormsdorf dye, 2!c a pair. ?rt- Ladies' Silk Plated Hoao 49c a pair, we worth 75c. Ladios' IIoso, Hermedorl dyo, prime ks. quality, 12Jc a pair. ind Ladios' Black Soamloss Wool Hoso, Rihhnri Tnn*. O.Rp. a Dflir. lot, Men's 8oaralo8S Half lloio that givo ig8| solid woar, four pair for 25c. Fast Black Soatnloss lloso for Child; rgo ron, 12Jc a pair. i in At 50 and 69c wo soil Jersey Ribbod Undorwoar for Ladios, worth fully ono33c fourth mora Tho now style Jersoy Ribbod Union Suits. 4c Fibro Chamois, tho now interlining, wj havo it! ioas and Collars Just In I OOK&CO. fEAR-M. J. M'FADDEN, Jnderwear! } ling for present use, either | re have some bargains in ! 25, 35 and 50c. Also l ndried Percale Shirts at 60, } IMIMII * J 5 One-Price Store, t 2 MARKET STREET. J turilnya. A FUNERAL DIRECTORS. UE.HDEL * COL , 1131 IMW BtREKT. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Promot Attention Day or Night. Bum Tclcpboo*, Vo. <#. 0. Bt tfcodcl'a B^ldeocc Triepbona. Ha L do-*w SMivtcUincnrer Ofllcot No* 90 and 97 Fourteenth tttrect. New Advertisement*. itteoUoo, Sir Kolfbu. K*publicum. Notice. Our Tax XoUott. ' Opera Howe?The Count 17 Bqolre. For Hale?Two Young Cowi. UorM toffWe-C ttUrr. For Sale-Mule Team. Stocks for Hale?It & Irwin. Duluth Imperial Flour?IL F. Behrcna. Think of TnU-Dr. ureontfi Norrun. tUbtoUiR Hoi ProDj-fleccnd P?ge. ^ Klein's SUror A? VVb like;?Second Paje. FOB STYLE ANI> tf ATUFAOTfON Call and examine our large and handsome took of Foreign and Domestlo Wooluiu, procured esoluslvely by our agent for tho flue mereliunt tnllorliig f rude. Our assortment of Full Overcoatings, Suiting*, Trouierlugs und Funny Venting* unequiiled, and embracing overy novelty. Wo guaruntee (It, and make prices to unit the time* A full line of Qeuta* Furnishings?"new and nobby." 100 docen of our eclebratod 85c Unit Iloie again received. The nepular Elghmlu Shirt a lender. All Knit Wool Jacket* fur Mile br u* only. o. HKrts A Sons. Flue Tailor* und Gent*' FurnUhers, 1891 und 1313 Markot street. g'flWKWBb,- 1IAVK your eye* tested far g I u* a on TWKI, 7\*?s5H9Ri ?harge by &. JACOil W. GRUIIII, ^ r Jeweler and Optl. dan. Mark et und yw~mjjH&Pr Twolfth streets. O'Krlon Cages Two. Officor O'Brion last evening lockod up Andy Gideon, on a chargo of disorderly conduct. Ho has boon in eevoral timoa lately. Albert Ruthera was lockod up by tbo entno officer for beating his wife. They Kloped. Word was recolvoii by tho polioo bote yoatordav that Charlos Ramsey anil a k'irl notnoil Laura Aon Rltcblo bad eloped from Midway, Fa-, with a roan horie and buggy, and were believed to bavo come to tula city. The officora were asked to keep a lookout for them. For Assaulting a Woman. Yostorday a white woman namod TTnHln TTmlnru/nnd mmnlftinati to the gollco that Denote Gardner, colorod, ad boaton her. Donnii was lockod op. Tho two havo boon liviog togothor for 8omo time, and ahe bovb he frequently boats her. Tho caso will be investigated in this morning's police court. lltialoflfls Continues It risk. In tho polico court yesterday morning thoro woro twenty-eight casos. Josephino Boyd, accused of kooping a houio of ill fame, was fined $20 and costs, and tho pooplo found in hor placo $5 and coats each. On tho ohargo of selling boor without a licenso tho evidence was not vory conclueivo and she was diemlsBod. Six vagrants wero aont to tho hill, with ono man accueod of boing out for immoral purposes after sundown, and Lulu Iloldon, on the latter charge, and Lizzio Harden, accused of disorderly conduct, were sent to Jail. August Millor and Ed Fritz, up lor peddling without a liconuo, woro lot goon paying tho foo. _ Transfer* Ileaordod, Clerk Hookyestorday admittod to rocord tranefori of real eatato as follows: Soptomber 12,1803, by Susan 12. Miller to Edward A. Iliggins, for 81,600, a lot on the south side of Kentucky atroet, Island. Soptomber 15 by Frank Wasrnuth and wife to John Waimntb, for $500, a lot on tbo east sido of Wotzol street. Haltlraoro & Ohio StuMon Robbed. Thieves onterod the Baltimore & Ohio depot at St. Clairsville Junction through a window Sunday night. An overcoat oxprossod to Charioa Bamberger and sovoral small packagos woro taken. Tho little iron safe containing tickets, monoy ordors and packages of value was carriod away, Thoro is no -l..~ 4. AI I.J. For Itobblng their Father. Yesterday Thoodore Kinder, of Wellsbun:, camo hero and caused the arrost of his two sons, Charles and Jobn, on a chargo of stealing $10 from him. Thoy wore arraigned beforo Sauiro Gilloapy, who sent tnom to Wollaburg in chargo of Officer Donavin. Whon thoy arrived at Wellsburg tho fathor said ho was not positivo that thoy had etolon tho mouoy, and they were let go. s In the Circuit Court. In the circuit court voatorday, Judgo Campbell on tho bond, judgment was entorod for $1,003 85 in the case of Ful* koraon & Carr vs. the Anchor Fire and Marine Inauranco Company. In tho caao of Christian Uomhof'a ad* miuistratrix vs. Joaoph Selfert et aL, a decreo was entered confirming tho salo of roal ostato. In tho caso of Edward Waguor vs. C. M. Coon et al. tho motion to sot asido tho docroo was refused, and time givou for an nppoal. In tho caao of Andrew C. Solder's ad* miuistratrix va. tho Wheoling Electrical Company tho domurrer was overrulod. A Foot Hull Flayer Hurt While practicing foot ball in Martin's Ferry laat ovelng, Thomaa L. Williams, tlio manager and loft ond player of tho v JL'iinuwuot wtuciuu, miu mo idu tut* badly bruised bolow tho knoo. Dr. J. M. Blackford was called, and says that tho leg is not oprainod nor brokon. Williams will be uuablo to play on Saturday. Ilo had tho bnll and started to run, whon ho was tacklod and thrown and sovoral pluyora jumped on him, during which tirao ho wns iiurt. Ho plnvou aftorwarda, not knowing that tho injury was so bad, and ho wasunabloto walk homo without assistance. Thu Vigilant boys bavo beeu practicing every evening, and Williams, jrho is u good playor, was always with them. Kxaurslon to Ptttuburffh Exposition via Itnlltinoro A Ohio Rnllrotid Thursday, September 20, at low round trip rates. Tickets good return* iug until Saturday, September 22. Trains leavo Whooling at 5 and 7:30 a. m., 1:30 and 5:35 p. m. SHOES-J C- I THEY ARE OFF And It won't bo many days now u mand. We have some that are worth Hoys' Satin Calf, all stylos, sires 3} Boys' V Cals, Laco and Congroav, il Boys' Black JCuglo Lap-Solo, laco, 2 Youths' Vicl Kid, Button and Laco Youths' Satin Calf, high cut, laco, ! Misses' VJcl Kid, patont tip, also 1 Child's Vici Kid, patont tip, to 1 Aliauor kourii anu iteaay urmn pu Child*i Hough ood iloady Qraiu Sli + L.C HUM OF INDUSTRY. Another Pottery Waif 8 Reduction la a Possibility. m EASTERN MANUFACTURERS Bare Already Approached Their Men with Reduction ofWojM In View. Xlto Men Tbua lar Itofoie to Conitd (l ?.i>(n.. ?.?- Rnilnna cr nu} rrviMiotuH tlon?Other New* la Che Local Field of Industry. Id the pottery field a flair? aro not decidedly bright those days. Ia 'act the indicAtloai are that tho home potteriei will Boon be compelled either to shut down or ask anotbor roduction in wogos to be accepted by tho men. It will bo remembored that the recont reduction of twelve and ono*half per cent arranged at tho conference of tho manufacturer* and tho workingtnou, in Washington, in which Sonator Smith, ot New Jersoy, was a prominont figure, was on the basis of the senator's promlso that tho now taritf law would placo a duty on import* ed pottery ware of forty and forty.fivo per cent. At this settlement the manufacturer! eawthoirway clear to run for awhile, at loast, and make n little monoy. The sequel didn't gee with tho distinguished Now Joweyman's proiuiso? the house placod the pottery schodulo at thirty and thirtyflvo por cent Tho rosult is that the potterioa aro not making any monoy. Only a day or two ago the Trenton, N. J., manufacturers ap< proached tho mon and sought to have thorn consent to a further reduction, tha rnfnand fn IrAnt with A further wage redaction in view. A Wheeling potter yesterday said that if theeaatqrn manufacturers reduce wages the western people wili havo to follow auitor quit the hold. Takon all urouad tbo outlook ia very gloomy. I A II and Mud a Uun.Lturrol. Mr. James M. Dillon, the well known ox-euporintendontof tho city gaa works, recontly took a notion to make a gunbarrel. Ho wrapped copper wire about a rod, binding it tightly, and then bored out the insido and planod ofl the out* side until ho had as pretty and as serviceablo a barrel ns was over seen. He has it at Tom Little's plumbing shop, north of the poBtofflco, whore it has attracted a groat deal of admiring attention. / Wilt Huvo u Conference. Tbo omployes of tho Baltimoro ?Jc Ohio shops at'iionwood, who have boon notiflod of a reduction in their wages, to take offect aoon, vostorday held a consultation and appointed acommitteo to confer with tho railroad officials on the aubjoct. A conforonco will bo held in a day or two. LOCAL DUKVITII39. Mat tors of Sliuor Momout lu uod About tbo City. Tub Grand this ovoning?"A Liberty Bell." Okficeu West yoslerday lockod up Thomas bailor as a vagrant. IMGIITEKN OI mo taw uuipiuyuo 01 too Brilliant iron worka aro now employed at lion wood. The criminal court has finished tho business of tho torin and adjourned to court In comao. Ngat hangora have been put up advertising the coming Odd Follows' outincat Wheeling Park. Sunday Max Lang (oil down a stoop hill oast of the citv and hurt bis ankle soveroly. Ilo will bo laid up for aovoral days. Squiob Gillespv yosterday set tho hearing of Charles Gillespie, for cutting Henry Bowers, for 2 o'clock p. in. on Wednesday. Tin: patrol wus called to tho Second ward last evoning to bring down Tom Ashby, a colored youth arrested by Officer West on a disorderly cbargo. Tue "Boforo and Aftur" fishing club, Lewie Serig, presidont, and George Soa* man, secretary, is in camp at Beoch Bottom. Frionds of tho club will leavo requests for fish at Billy llartonstoiu's saloon, North Maia street. Ykstehday tho council committoo on equalization and appoais had a small number of potitions from the Fifth ward beforo it. Tho complaints this yoar are all unimportant, and mainly (luo to errors or accidental doublo assessments. The fair at Cadiz, Ohio, will bo hold ' this yoar on Octobor 3, 4 and 5. It usually draws well from all parts of this locality, and no doubt this yoar it will provo as popular a9 ever. Tho pursos OXJOrOU 1U WUU njjuuu iiiiKa $1,140, and special attractions of unusual intoroet aro promised. Friday ovening next the Ohio county Republican club will havo its first meeting after tho summer vacation. It will moot iu its formor hoadquarters In tho L O. 0. F. block, and thoro will bo spoochos by ilon. G. \V, Atkinson, Mr. C. 13. Hart and other popular apoakora. Every Kepublican In tho county is wol* co mo. A Having Disposition Milken a Man Wealthy. Suppose you call and lot us explain our saving system to you. It'll only tako threo minutes of your timo. If you can't como let us know and wo will havo a reproeontativo of tho aaaociatiotf call on you. It'll intoroat you. Mutual Gorman Savings and Ixian Aaaociation, rooms 301 and 302 Poabody building. SPECTACLES-PROF. SHEFF. 'wn'u'o'vT I CllARdK, by tiiu only SelouttUo Optluiuu la tlio Htuto, PROF. SHEFF, 1110 Mala Street. Ne*t Door to Snook A Co. atiSQ-TThMw OCKE & CO? ' TO SCHOOL! ntll SCHOOL SHOES will bo In doall and morethnn you pay for thorn, to 5} - $1 50 to#} 1 25 to 5) I 00 ,11} to 2 1 60 II to 2 I 25 I) to'.' 1 25 1 1 00 ioos, 13 to 2 I OO iooi, Stol'J 85c OKI'S. NEW FALL STOCK-THE Surpasse ft All Ei THE HUt A perfect avalancho of itylli Itato, all the new etyloe, n( product of experience, onorg; (act knowlodgo of what tho require. Greet end enorrao fore, wo nro roechlng out for ... ...a- ?I it.. Mlilenar r U]0II13 UOJUUU tug nuiupui % glories of tho P?t ink iuU wondrous!)* remarkablo 8toe loloctod by our buyer, who, I qolremonta of our cuitomen cbasu for the groat army of rouudluR country, Business Meru Can eavo tnonoy by purcbufl mot with unexceptionable bi loctious. There are many ch overcoats, baft we have carofi of garment* to show which v tho most Btylieh in tho city, fit, quality and fashionable el fled here. Tho early buyer men, loan mon, short men, t\ ooe us. For School Wee Wo have ironclad garmonta lont treatment which they m days wo bavo suite of flnor n boBt ojanuiacLurerain thacou that cannot bo diaoounted at ?- -: nnf Von tr?1l an uo "k ,uu,u ?? " ? ? With every Boy's 8nit pui of the great Multiform Coml invoutod. Corns and soo the THE I Clothiers, Hatters an Fourteenth and IV SHEEP To -2 / - \ F: The DUTCHESS ?BSSvi^ra?EQ FIT. NEVER RIP. * The appearance without the J ( cost. We know what the trade demands and wo meet it. SL5 The manufacturers of the above gar- ^ ment authorize us to issue with every # * pair the following WARRANTY. ^ You may buy a pair of Dutcheer Wool Trouaers at "$2, 2.50, 3, 3.50 or 4, And wear thera Two Months. For every SUSPENDER BUTTON that COMES OFF, WE will PAY you L TEN CENTS. If they rip at the es1 WAISTBAND WE will PAY you FIFTY CENTS. If they rip in the cn. SEAT oreleewhere, WE will PAY you n*rr nm r ad -- niro a wnc. t/uubniv ui wj?6 ?uu A NEW PAIR. Best in the World. Try a Pair. FT We pledge ourselves to carry out the above "Warranty" to a letter. PI Baer's, 30 TWELFTH 8THEET. ? j, lit / HUB CLOTHIERS. ptation. VQ NEW FALL ) J STOCK. lb gooda, which ig unoqualod lit tha weltiea, deeigoa anil materiali, tb? t ud capital, combinod with a ptj. psoplo In this vmt bnaineai ranter >ui as has boon our busltiwi horeto* mors trado with irrosiitiblo Induesi( competition or oomparlaon. Tht > lmigiMllcance bealdo oar preeeut ik; all ot which baa boon carefully laving a perfect knowledge of the r?. , having known exactly what to putbargain mekora ol this city and iur. log ibeir suits from ua. We but iccces this aousou in making our ?. uucos In stylo this (ill in suits tad illy watched tbem and have a stock rill ?onorally be acknowlodi;wl to bo and mon who wish to got an elegant tyle at a moderate price can bo satisgets the choice, and we invito lit ill men and itoat mon to corns aui that will dofy successfully the rl? V oxpect. For 8undays and hoik latorials, all the product of the very intry, which we are offering at prices ly whore. Brine in the boys aud let re money by doing to. -chasod this week wo glvo away one >ination Topi, the greatest toy ever m at -IUB, id Fornishers, [arket Streets. RES3 GOOPS-J. S. B. & CO. illkssM! NOW OPENED. i PORTED NOVELTYSOITINGS EVERY ONE Of TUEJI A HESL i addition to thoie fine grades we iivo au extra largo aBBortment of 1-Wool Dress Goods! AT 50? A?AnD* oth In plain and novelty. Somo : thoso 50c goods are 46Incho? wiJs. SIllliKl. LL PAPERS AND BORDERS. UOS. GRAYBS, % DEAJ.CR IN all Danop an/1 Rmt/tore U1U upjl UUUUU1UU1U| BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY. BABY CARRIAGES, EtO. .argest stook and greatt variety In the city. D RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICB3. 20 TWELFTH STUEET. PHOTOGRAPHY. iggins' Gallery, 43 TWELFTH STUEET. lotographs YLUS" AKT STUDIO. nOTOGnAPIIH Kim ui rum. oil, CniTos. vat* INblyx. :1S4 mniN STBBET.