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PRESS GOODS AHDSILKS-STONE &. THOMAS. ?
CTONE&THOMAS.* f ? B? ' ================= I Dress Goods. j We want every woman in tbii vicinity to vlalt thil BlJ?DRESS GOODS DEPABTMENT thil week. We will not uk yon to buy. We went, e?peclally, people who are not in the habit of baying their Drete Goodi here > to come?look around. there are Fiity Salespeople here to wait on you. "i Yon will not be impertaned to bay. That kind of btulooM ii not allowed J here. If we have what yoo want we will be very glad to soil yon. If not, l there la no Ion except your time. Wo don't think inch valaea wore ever i oflerod anywhere. We leave that to yoar judgment. ] Several dayi ago a well-known merchant atked ni if we woald bay a big ' lot of All-Wool Black Onihmoroa if we could get tho grcatoit value we over J V.* rtnr la unco UfDA. bilt WO ftfO ftlwQVB TB&dV tO ] UVUgUb, "O VI.. ->w? .. .?J ~ , buy Rood, desirable goods at a price. Tho malt of this dicker is, wo are in ( a position to offer aomo gradoa of strictly AH-Wool Block Henrietta Clotha j at exactly bait price. Here are the Items: 20 pieces, only 1,000 yardt, 125 Drees Patterns, strictly All-Wool Black c" Henrietta Cloth, at 25c, never retailed lets than 50c. Jr' ?0 pieces strictly All-Wool Black Henrietta Cloth, 40-inch wide, at 36c, ?" worth evory whore 00a g? 25 pieces strictly All-Wool French Henriotta Cloth at 63c, retail everyWhore at 90c. . tu 25 pieces 40-inch wide strictly All-Wool Black Ser^e at 36c, never re- ' tailed less than 50c. j 25 pieces 46-inch wide strictly All-Wool French Serge at 49c, worth everywhere 76c. . j 25 pieces 42 and 40-lnch Novelty Black Goods, black Willi raised black figures, also broche effects, at 85c, real value $1 25. , Black Goods at 98c, $1 25 to $2 25 p^r yard. Silks ^ Goods here shown with ploasuro. Wo would like to have you net ac- A quninted with this Silk Department. Moro Silks hero tlian in any otbor three stores in tho city combined. Look around. Vou will say wo do not * exaggerate. . 25 pieces Figured TaflettaSillu, beautiful styles, for trimmings and waists, l 22-inch wide, nt 39c, valuo 65c. s"i 56 pieces Figured Tafletta Silks, 22 and 24-inch wido, price 89a 88 piecos Block figured Taflotta and Black Groa Grain, with raiBod block fignres, 24 and 27-inch wide, at 89c, valao $1 25. 10 pieces Block Arrnure Silks, the greatest Black Silk value over shown, , at 59a worth 90c. 10 piecos Block Falllo Silks, 24-lnch wido, at 89c ?-- - irtnnrtwiirilo Mf.KUIr Hihhnnn in this aalo. Nos. 5. 7 W ihhnnQ oud D All-Silk. Satin and o elite Ribbonj. Salo prico 5c, ln ' ML* Uvi lO. worth 10 and 12c. Noa. 12, 10 and 22, All-Silk, satin c" edge Ribbons. Salo price 19c, worth 18, 21) anil 25c. Nob. 5 and 7 Satin Ribbons, j'e Sale price 6c. Nos. 0 and 12 Satin Ribbom. Salo price iOc. Nos, 10 and 22 Satin ;r< Ribbons. Salo price 15a jo /O | i Every express brines now additions to this big CLOAK ini ( In^K^s and FUR DEPARTMENT. Early Fall Cloaks and Capes or V?* 1 \J UIvO being told at a big sacrifice. J a lis nnmpotic Hr^ CinnHc AH prices that woro quoted in our for- c0 ^JlilcbUL Uiy VJUUUb. mer advortisomont hold good. Flaunels, \vi Blnnkota, Linenn, Shooting and all other domestic Dry Goods boinj> gold hero an lowor than ever before known. tb Rutforii-L' Potfornc Wo aro aol? aCont3 iu Wheeling for thoso DulltrllLft. l clllcnib. colcbratod patterns. October Metropolitan i0( l'tfahion SUoet Free by calling for it. STONE & THOM AS. I ? ...... ? no BLACK DRESS GOODS-GEO. M. SNOOK i. CO- Jc( nybody Want | ' Black Dress " iSm TO-DAY, TO-MORROW, THIS WEEK, ANY TIME? IJ I rtl# A Blaok Dress that weaks as long as you have it, one that is th jfrlt\' ' BtantiiT as long as you wear it, that embodies stvi.e with qualITY, a Black Dreis that will require but a small outlay to eucom- Di llinan rnnlilflitfis? R? HAVE "THEM IN QUANTITY?IN VARIETY! Tho twenty-seven namod aorU hero <lo not oxliauat cur soloctiou. Velvets and Velutinas, Lansdownes, flv R Silks and Satins, R Engadines, ?K u Silk Warp Henriettas, u Nuns Veilings, flE Silk Warp Eudoras, . Challies, S? jj All Wool Henriettas, L storm Serges, th Figured Novelties, Natte Cloths, APektn Stripes, a Glorias, Melrose Cloths, H Crystalettes, W Camels Hair Cloths, French Serges, Gi Mohairs, C Botany Serges' ?J " Crystal Reps, Clay Serges, "" , Pointilles, u Broadcloths, Black 8ll L Tainese Cloths, ft Covert Cloths, etc. pr Cravenettes, Not tho only storo sell lug liloek Goods. but one o! tho few that carry such nn immenso lino. fl0 Fewer still bavo this variety, and still Iosj, If any, have the low prices wo name. Jot Fourajjeres, Yokes, Collars, Edges, InHortings, otc., Vandyke, Mlrolr. Rhinestone, Molro and other offects. Large Buttons and Uuckles. A superior clasd oi Linings. Fall Weight Jackols at one-third value. See us about your Winter Wrap. n, "* til Geo. M. Snook & Co. | !!:. ' ' ' " in WINTER UNOERWEAR-M. J. M'FADDEN. 1,1 ???? ? ? ? ? eu t McFnDDEN'S OPBHIBGSALE OF ^ A, 0 winter undbhwear. i \ To attract oarly buyers wo will for ono wook soil WINTER UNDEIiWEAR J n ( \ at losfl than ita actual cost to mako. \ ci< \ 25 cent* for Boys' Camels Ilalr Undcrwoar. worth .**5 cent*. \ [0i <5 25, 36 aud 43o for Men's Camols Hair Underwear. A foi \ 26u 35c and 4Qc for Men's Fine Morlno Underwear. X xi A 2p and 35e for Homo-Made Canton Flannel Drawers. 4 V 48c for lion's Hed Wool Underwear, worth 76a X nA 60c for Men's Ribbed Uudorwonr. worth 75c. Q to X 50e for Men's Fleoce Lined Undurwoar, worth 7.">c. X wj $ Wo Hato nnndrods of Otlior Undorwcar Bargain*. f ail 1 HcFADDEN'S SHIrTaND HAT STORE,! ? !'i In 1320 AND 1322 MARKET STREET. J ,p Store, clo.p nt 0 o'clock excopt Hnturtlio'i. 1 - ' ' " ? =5 Oil SHOES-J-C- LOCKe 4 CO I'.1 YOU CANT GET LOST! | If you get a pair of Stacey Adams & Co.'s fine Hand-sewed Cordovan Shoes for - - $5.00 i Or a pair of same made French Calf for - - 4.00 s" Their Genuine Kangaroo, all styles, for 4.00 i Or a pair of their Patent Leathers for 4.00 I^^KThey will bring you back to IIOOKE'S, io? maIn ST.. S Lthe headquarters for these goods. b, c FUNERAL DIRECTORS. I MENDEL & CO., K, 1121 MAIN (STREET. UNERAL DIRECTORS. *romDt Attention Day or Night ton Telephone, No. 49. G. Ed. JJendel'i 'idcnce Ti-lcotuine. Ka 1. ooO SkSntelfijcnrer fflcei Nob. 25 "anil 81 Fourteenth fltreet. New Advertisement*. Jiack Dresws-Gto. \L Snook & Co.-E^htt ?orer Heard of It?Geo. E. Stifel & Co.?Tilth ttcjclo Hares?Third Pago. Vtu urd -Active .salesman. xwt-Gold Watch. ifonej Wanted by a Traveling Man. V. U. D. 8. Soppez. 'either Dtntert-Eirtnic.'Broa. rhe Hub flnildin*? For Kent lonoy to Loon?it. T. Howell. (louniuin ftuekwboat? IL ?. Behrena Vsnted?Lady and Oentictncu Agent*. Iperiai tele of Carpets? Kigbth Page. Irtm Cools? Stone A Thomas?Kichth Peso. totte's Howling Allies. irand Opera House?City Sports Big Show. ITT END Burabacker's Opening to-day, fob style and satisfaction II and oxamino oar large and handsome >ck of Foreign and Domestlo Woolen*, ocuriMl exclusively by onr agent for the f merchant tailoring trade. )ur assortment of Fail Overcoatings, Itiug*. Trou?eriugs and Fancy Vesting* equaled, aad otnbraeiuic every novelty. >Ve Kuuruuteo lit, uud rnako price* to Mutt 0 timed. 1 full line of Genu' Famishing*?"new (1 nobby." 00 dotrn of our celebrated *Gc Hull ?*o ncnln reeelr?d. i'he popular Kl?hmlo Shirt n leader. Ill Knit Wool Jacket* for sale by iiMonly. C. HEM A HONS, tie Tntlom and Gents' Furnishers* 1341 ind 1333 Market street. ITTEND Swabacker's Opeuing to-day. yWFMRDTOSRXi HAVE your eyea tested^ for k i iih mom JA0011 W. OBCBD, BE?Jeweler and Optlclnn, Market and Twelfth street*. UCK*S Opening Thursday and Friday, ptentbor U7 and *8. LTTEND Swabacker** Opening to-day. To It?pubilean Voters. rho now election law roquirea each ter to vote in tbo precinct in which resides. It is also necoaaary to bo tod on tho aasoaaor'a books aa a voter tbo precinct. The aaaesaor for the -y district will be at tbo office of the irk of tho Board of Commissioners >m 10 to 12 o'clock a. m., and from 2 4 o'clock p. m. each day from October 0 October C, inclusive. Voters liav* 1 moved from ono district to auother, from ono precinct to another, since no 1st should call on him and bo ted during tho abovo period. Tho unty commit too will notify the votora io are not listed, as far as possible, d every voter so notified should soo at his name is on tho assessor's liet; liorwiao ho will be put to inconvenico on eloction day, and will possibly ie his vote. J. K. Hall, Chairman Republican Committee. Women's Union Benevolent Society, f\n VrWno nuamno thn Kitth ward xilinry of tho VV. U. B. S. will give a uofit Buppor in tho old Hearne man>n, at tho corner of Main and Twentyst streets. A jrood monl will be spread, d tho ladioB should be encouraged by rgo patronngo. A. O. U. W. Lecture. VIon. G. L. Crantnor will deliver o jture to the members of Welcome >dge No. 0, A. 0. U. W., at the hnll is oveninR, and bas solocted for his bjoct "Travola in Europo." All the ambers of the order and their familiec o cordially invitod to attend. Tmnnleri llecoriloi!. Clork llonk yesterday admitted to tood trausfors of real oatato as follows: A ueiist l by David M. Alexander and ifo to J. R Murray, tor $825, a lot on o Grojiaaviile and Potomac pikeJune 20 by Charles Pape and wife tc ivid Keller, for $100, lot 15 of the Orur estate. lacoDRDU vu n?u. Marriago liconsog were yestorday 19' ed to tho following named parties: Thomas J. Thompson, aged twenty o, of this city, and Lncrotia M. Wells cd twonty-ono, of Ohio connty. Josopli McConnaughey, a widower, cd forty-tliroo, of Bridgeport, ant rail Uadcltir, a widow, agod thirtyree. of this city. Lots of Fuoplo Sold. Thero was no sparring match betwoor alcott and a local pugilist at thi 'and last night, as had ueonannouncod tho manngomont at two porform cos. Mr. O'Eourko disclaimed ro onsibiiity for tho deceit. It is sale tc y that half of tho large audionco wa1 osont for no other purpose but to sot is meeting. Tho show is good enough itthoso present last night were to< re to appreciate it Tho Buffet Itobbud. Yesterday morning tiio roar door o: a Uuffot saloon was broken opon. Tb( ievos did not take anything, so far ai uld be discovered, oxcopt two drawer* >rn under tho cash registor. These ually liavo monoy in tlioin, but or is occasion did not. Two chisels used prying tho door open were left on o promises. Two young strangers art spected. Arranging for G. A. 11. Day. Xho general committee for Grand my Day raot Inst ovoning for tho pur 180of making arrangoments for Grand riny Day, October 5. They oxtond i jordinl invitation to nit patriotic eo >tioB to participate in tlio parado and itivitioB at tho nnrk. Arrangements r tho parado will be completed or onday ovoning, whon all arfciotios arc quested to sond one mombor ab t presontativo ou thocommirtoo. There ll bo dancing at the Casino. Meals d rofreahinonta will also bo served at o Casino. Kopubllcau Club Mooting*. On Friday ovening tho Ohio County tpublican club will moot in Odd Folds' hall, and thoro will bo pood oukora proaont to entortain tho club. At tho rogular mooting of tho North id Republican club last night the ilybuainoas of apodal intoro.st waa the option of a resolution changing the ght of mooting from Monday tc luradny. No mooting will bo hold is ovoning, but a wook from tliic oning tho club will inuot, and there 11 bo good speakers present and nn teroating programme will bo rondorod, \TT12ND HwnbaeUpr'* Opnnlng to. day. ItICIICH Opnnlng Thursday and Friday, Ittmnltnr '47 nml UK. DON'T fnll tonttond tho Fall and Wlntoi nplay of Finn Mililnory on Friday, nt C. II. AltltllGllOMIlKK St CO.'H, 1007 Main Stroot. K. BC IIOPPEIl'fl Mllllnory Opnnlns iitrmlny and 1-rlday, Soptonibor *7 anil t. HICK'S Oturning Tlturtday aud Friday lutoinbor ?7 and 88, GliESSKEK-WRlGHT. A Pie&MOt Bom* Weddlnc Celebrated Yattudftr at Noun. , Yesterday at the Dome of Mr. George I B. Taylor, oa tfce earner of Jacob and Fourteenth streets, Ur^ W. L.GIessner, the well knowa pretiileat of the Laagh: 11a Nail Company, and Mias Martha Taylor Wright wero united in matrimony. Iter. Dr. D. A. Cunningham, of tbo First Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony, which wu wit: neued only by members of the family . and very intimate friends of the contracting parties The ceremony over, a lino luncheon waa served and Mr. and 1 *' ?? *n t}\a Pan* ilirs. UIOBBODt WOIOUIII0U >V Manilla elation, where tbey took tbe train for tbo east for an extended wedding fournoy. On their return tbey will be at homo at Mr. Gloaaner'a cosy _ realdence at 89 Fonrtoonth street. The groom ia a prominent mannfactnrer, and the bride the grand-daugnter of Mr. George R. Taylor. Seldom have ? hoartier congratalntiona beon showered p npon a bridal couple than they received. ? Among tbe guests present from oat of the city were Mr. and Mra. Jacob Gloaa- nor, father and motiior of tho groom, from Zaneavillo, Mr. and Mrs. James Eckort, from Fairfield, Iowa, Mr. and Mra. Norwood Chandlor, from Zanoa- " 1 Tills, and George Olcamcr, of Spring- r ; Sold, Ohio. L TUG EL lis1 TKOUBLES ENDED. jj The Tom jiorrtry Injunction Dlaiolvod. Wliooliiitf Position. ? Considerable indignation is being ex? preascd ninon^ tho local lodge of Elks over tho report sent out by W. H. Fri- _ day, of tho Brooklyn lodge, stating; that n the recont disagreement among tho jj lod^oa has beon settled In favor of tho Jamestown grand lodge meeting. A prominent Elk was soon last evening, and stated that the report was false in overy particular, tliero being no dis- ? puts at tho present time, and onlv one recogmrod set of grand lodge otucora. These were eloctod at Atlantic City, and have power sololy to suspend any *~ lodges for disobedience. I The suspension of the Now York, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore and other lodges by Friday will not hold. This is easily shown by tho fact that the temporary injunction secured at Jaraeitown, a, Y., by Dr. C. H. Caine, of Stillwater, Minn., at tho instigation w of Allen 0. Moyers and others, on Juno 18, restraining other lodgoa from meetin; at Atlantic City, has boen dissolved. _ In July a special motion was mado bo- ~ foro Judgo Ward to vacato the temporary restraining order. This waa argued on July 16, and on August 8 Judge w Ward disaolvod tho toroporary injunction. That settle it, and tho local lodge recognizes only the Atlantic City grand lodgo's ordors. A regular mooting will w bo hold to-night and business of im- n portanco will bo transacted. ' IIE IS A ItMPUUblOAV. C Thorcforo Mr. Mo Croud/ raiiflt Glvo wuy for a Now i.nmp Trimmer. Yesterday it was announced that J. C. McCroady, a lamp trimmer who has beon employed at tho city oloctric light | _ plant ever since the plant wad installed, 1 liad been diachargou. Ho was bo highly regarded as an efliciont man that 1 when Superintendent Capps was absent he was cailod on to fill his place. When . ho asked why ho waa romovod, ho was informed that thoro waa "a pressure" ! against him, and his place wos needed for a Democrat. Mr. McUready is still a Republican. Ho quits October 1. J The County CowmlMlouerg. | The county commissioners at the = I regular auditing meeting yosterday, in addition to tho usual routino business, discussed at somo length the arrangements for the coming elections. In one ? or two districts a slight chango will be necessary in the voting precincts. Tho commissioners were authorized to arrange these for their own districts. C. W. Driehorst was appointed tollkoopor I on tho Fairmont pike, yico Mrs. Finnogan, who died recently. Y. M. D. C. 11a liquet To-night. This evonins tho Young Men's Democratic Club will have a meeting in the Odd Follows' hall block, at which tho special feature will bo a banquet. Vice . President Frank Gruae will open tho proceedings with an address on behalf . of tho club, and AUrod Caldwell and , Col. Arnott will bo the main sneakers, while 31. jj. myuon, oanuiuuio juiius Pollock, for tho eonato, the candidates I I for tho houso and probably others will mako short speeches. An Aged Wotnnii Hurt. Yoaterday an ogod woman known ag i "Blind Margaret," whoso right namo is i Margaret Furrell, stumbled ovor tho ; Elm Grovo railway track and foil, . breaking hor hip bono. Sho was takon to tho North Wheeling hospital in the ( patrol wagon Sho is said to bo ovor i eighty yoars old, and hor injuries will i thorcforo likely bo all tho moro serious. j lml iiutrini Matter*. The Yorkvillo coal mines liavo rosumod. It is undorstood that sixty minors will bo brought from tho Jumbo f mines to work thore. i A now steel hammer is being placed i in tho Martin's Forry tool works. I - ) "Tlio Old Soldier" To-nlKl?t. ' This ovoning tho favorite comodian, I Phil W. Potors, supported by a strong ' company of vocalistu, comedians ana dancors, will coinraonco a throo nights' engagement at tho Grand lu his own original comedy, entitled, "Tho Old Sojer." Many now foaturos havo boon addod since its fortnor production horo, I [ as woll as an entire now company, and 1 as Mr. Peters is a strong favorito in 1 Wheeling, tho Grand will no doubt do \ n large business at every performance. 1 Coats are now on salo at tho box ollico 1 of tho Grand. i ) DON'T fall to nttoud thn Fall mid Winter . dlfttiluy of Flue Millinery nil Friday, nt c. u. AHI:KCIIOMHHK & CO?.B, ' 1007 Main ttire?t? , ATTKND Swaltaakor'ii Opening to-day. Very Low ltate* to Clovelnnd. Saturday, Soptomber 20th, tho Wheel' ing S: Lako Erie railroad will soil round - trip tickots to Clovoland al remarkably I low rates, much loss than half fare. Tickots good to and including Octobor 1. Tho only through lino out of Wheeli ing. On Monday, Octobor 1, tickots at i ono faro for tho round trip will bo sold i to 8toubonvillo, good two days, on aci count of tho groat bicyclo races. 0. R. Wood, T. R A. t I HICK'S OjxMilntf TlinrnUay anil Friday, > S?l?*?n?l>er and HH. ' ~S PE CT A C L E S?PROFylsHE F F. tin? or bond .fe/ft (n-wliu;. roll wSngmrrg^rN1111 ami ^ <2^ UrWAi ,,ftvo y?|,r tttTufiLfi?' J$7 '??* <lla??o?, ' WITHOUT CltARQR, by tho Only Hclonltflo O|>ttotnu In tlio Htntn, PROF. SHEFF, , 1110 Mala Street. Netl Door to Snook A Co. nu30-rrliw\r NEW FALL STOCK?THE HUB CLOTHIERS. Satisfaction's Moorings! Folk! go a sight on dross nowadays, MCjnnn and it you want to stand woll yon must uliUJi dross welL The old adage doosn't run jj|| SlZ63, that way. Bat ia this day and generait' tion the want of good clotiioa is very apt ? P5 * to unmake the man. Effort ia the pflront ol succosa. Wo ^ ^ ludiint Prnoto triod to porloct past perfections, and the ICgUul riulttj. flftoon iiundrod Fine-Fitting OVJSR- Dnjf flnalih'nn COATS and almost a third as many Dlol yUilMBj, (hp more SUITS are on our tables, thero- ' ___ i-PO. suit of our ambitious endeavor. We lefAntA.t (h/L vitrir friuhnit and lOininMiL J) J J. nnrfPnt Cinrfla wouvcs m?do by the hoe! manufacturers . 1OQ5 Uul OluglB* that wo could find. Ererr garment is . tailored in the verv boat mannor; ovory lIHljr8QS6 reasted Sacks. atitch is eocurely takon; ovory quality ' honostly weighed. It's tho perfection VUlifllV "? ot tho parts that unices the perfect J' <Ejq wholo, and we've boon vigilant from ^ * tho very beginning. Whoa you como to <? -y reviow our stock you'll see now stylos ' J ' Ollblfi Breasted ttlat cannot be found auvwhero olse ?? styles that appeal to tho appreciation ol Pvplnciuo n..K tho young nobby drossora?styles that MUIIiMlG uallVdi will suit tho quieter taatos, and styles that will win favor with ovory settlod, EllCCli $ sedate clothos wearor. In all oar Suits 1.2. and all our Ovorcoats, from the cheap- T " . est to tho boat, aro the virtues that bo- $30. mL n long to flno tailoring. We aro showing ' lnree dEuIOD a Groater Varioty, offering Botter Volues, asking Lower I'ricos than ever. If Datifflnf CiHinrt these aro not trade bringors, notU- 1011001 fUllllg, PntQWdva ingcanbo. U 111(1 n flVJ. Wo havo aucceedod in making ono of tho lareoat Collar and Cuff contracts rt* ever mado by any half dozen houaoa J) X j. $, combined, and shall soli tho Finest 1 ) . Linon Collar and Caff Made, guaran toed to bo four-ply 2100 linen, in all tho (u?i;?v lr.l..'. j latest stylos, as gooil as any 25o Collars OLVllSfl uldKlQU. Pnnl flnats ?nd 400 Caffs- 0ur prlco (or asi * vv? wuvui lew or nfl many na you want ? will bo 10c for Collara, 25c (or <k . $ Cuffs. Romombor twenty-one hundred $ 3 5 r Q linon. Como and eoo thorn. Buy aud 1 *-' comparo, and if thoy aro not as ?ood qb * any you'vo boon paying considerably t. DnU?:rtn j j i n i more for wo will buy thorn back at tho ulyllSIl rdDrlCSt JflflUCK LOUIS prico y?u paiJ*no niatter ia c<>u' dition tho're roturnod. CW?ili?l? T Anrfilin fniifq Qnfi QijniQ Siyllsli Lengths. LUUIj (11111 UllLUo ttTHavo you sean the Big Drive In Shirts displayed In north window? THE HUB, One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, fourteenth and Market Streets. NEW STYLE SUITS BAER'S CLOTHING HOUSE. 'SWEET MARIE,"? Is the popular song of '94. At the present time it is netting its composer the nice sum of ?2,000 per month. Popular songs are like styles in Men's Clothing?they are ever changing?the old giving place to the new. This Fall the changes in styles are more decided than of previous years. The Sack or Business Coat is made longer, and is cut away slightly more. We sell the NEW SACK SUITS In the Latest Fall Goods from $10 to $20. Like the plumage of a handsome bird adds to its beauty, so does a well tailored Suit add to the looks and comforts of a Man's general appearance. We aim to serve the Newest Styles and give a Man a Perfect Fit in all cases. BRER'S CLOTHING HOUSE, 30 Twelfth Street. SPECIAL SALE OF CARPETS. Special Sale t Carpets! Nloquette, Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Three-Ply Ingrains, Extra Supers Unions, Cotton Chain and Cotton Carpets. These goods must be sold, all grades, at cost and less than cost, for cash. Call and examine goods before buying if you wish to save money. J. K..HHLL, Assignee of Alexander Frew, J 1117 Main Street. I