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===== WINTER OARMENTS?STONE A THOMAS. |W^8?SwBB8b Every woman'In this vicinity who wantsto buy a Winter Garment, either for herself ordaughter, to come and see this big gathering of Fail and Winter Cloaks, Capes and Furs. We you agree us saying a larger or better selected HBHMHn stock was never shown in WheelJPaagffliiMWfl in?This cut represents a purchase - r?t _ jHttmnKJUBMHn we nave just maue or 100 disck Astrachan Capes, 31-inch long, 90-inch sweep, received Friday by express. To-night we don't think jdany will be here. Fur Buyers ws want you to see these Heavy Satin-Lined? 24-inch long Black Couey Co pea at $4 90 27-inch Ioiik Bliick Coney Capos at 6 90 30-inch long Black Conoy Capos at 8 90 This Cloak room must keep pace with the big increase in business in other departments. The greatest selection, lower prices. See the 38-inch-loiiK Int. Chinchilla Coata with Velvot Collars at..$5 OO Seo tho 40-inch loaz Beavor Cloaks, coal black, at 3 7 50 8?e tho 38 to 44-incMlone Beaver, Chinchilla and Molton Cloaks at 10 00 Ladies' Winter Cloaks S3 50 to $38 00 TjiHini*' Fur ftiniMi i?4 90 to 75 00 All intermediate grades in greatest selection at the lowest possible prices. SECOND FLOOR. While on the second floor take a look at the greatest showing of Women's New Fall Wrappers at 49c, 75c, 98c, $1 25 to $2 50. Material would cost as much without the making. BLANKETS! - BLANKETS! i,ooo pair Crib Blankets at 19. 500 pair Zebra Blankets at 99c a pair. Strictly Ail-Wool Home-made Scarlet Blankets ?2 48 a pair; value $4 00. Strictly All-Wool Home-made White Blankets $ 2 88; value S4 50. BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS. We are the Agents for Them. Metropolitan Fashion Sheet Free by Calling for it C TONE&THOMAS. BLAN KETS-GEO. M. SNOOK & CO Presh from the i ri;i"'cr' i Tho Kejnoto! (| Factory, ip-ewco^ ~ 11 Pure Dyes, 11 BLANKETS ! St. Mary's Blankets-Ten Cases of Them Wouldn't have much to talk about if these were simply the usual run of Country Blankets, This, they are not, as an Inspection and comparison will inako t Ton t P|aln tho ,act th,lt the st- Mar-V'a Blankets run lnrger tlirough\ Kievon, 4 out overy siie?none being skimpod; nro made ol fluor grades of f Twelve amir specially prepared wool, possess a freedom from grease and t Oaufer* r h"rrs not to be foand in others; display a superiority of finish \ Mro*. i that augments tho natural softness of tho fteoces employed, and F ' exhibit a diversity of styles unlookod for in Country Blankets, t[10 delicately tinted borders of which are absolutely unfadable. in ihort tho?GENUINE ST. MARY'S BLANKETS Embody the acme of excellence?the ossonco of perfection?bo- A Unyappwi, A fitting productions of the most modorn and imDrovod machinery; \ u,,',hrinkn. i Blankets, tho famo and sale of which extends even beyond the V m?. f borders of the United States. So whon we were offered tlio exclusivo sale in Wheeling of those i _ ? t best of bed coverings, wo quickly availed ourselves of tho opperi EUeiwiiUo \ tunitv. and now offor them to you, roador, at _ 9 St.M?rjN f _ Prices, New and Revised Prices! Which we feol confident will bo no higher than those charged for inferior makes. The Cheapest and Finest Ulankets are here represented. 48c pafr(oS513 OO pair. See some of them t'n Main Street Window I Geo. M. Snook & Co. UST Solo Distributors. | A Surprise ~~ LATEST y | ^ ?h FALL SHAPES. \ \ Stiff at$i.50s$i.90J f THE BEST VALUE ON EARTH. J s9eo3to?? ? JMCFADDEN'S, < t 1320 and 1322 Market St. J \ STORKS NOW OPEN EVERY 1WKNING. J you CANT GET LOST! If you get a pair of Stacey Adams & Co.'s fine Hand'sewed Cordovan Shoes for - - $5.00 Or a pair of same mada French Calf for - - 4.00 Their Genuine Kangaroo, all styles, for - 4.00 Or a pair of their Patent Leathers for - - 4.00 They will bring you back to B LOCKE'S , I043 M/UN*"sT.t THE HEADQUARTERS FOR THESE GOODS. , FUNERAL DIRECTORS. GMESDEL & CO., . U5? 1UIX 8TEEBT, funeral Directors. Promot Attention Day or Nlsht. store TateshoM, Ka 49. O. Ed. llnltfi Kandtnw Tplrpbonf. Xn. 1. nog ?Rf,3nfil%eitrer Office: No*. *0 autl 27 Fourteenth Mreet. New Advertisement*. Great Bargains?Carle Broa Special Clearanoe Sate-J. s. Rhode* & Co. Wanted?Bojr?. Men ?Q<i Ladiea Pint Preabjrwrian Church. Xrein From tlx} factory-Geo. M. Bnook A Co. ?Eighth Pan. Kid Glow?Geo. R. Htlfel <4 Co.-Fifth Page. And President Cook?Third Pare. We Want?Htone A Thoraaa?fflghth Page. For Hale?Nesbltt <1 Itovluo. The lieat Promot or of Harmony. LUtof Letter* Remaining in the Poatofflco. IXMt?Envelope Containing Rings. Lady Wanted to Writ*. Waoted^AdTerttslag CanvaMew?Socoad Pago. opccini au^-Bwiuj mui Startling 0. A. K. 8(017. WHEELING fAKK TO-MOHliOW. To this beautiful and popular resort (Whrollujc'r. Pride) mnny attractions have been added, the most proralaeut being the Concert Hull und Casino, now being built. Conaert at 2:30 p. to. by tbe reuowned Opera House Orchestra. Klrst-clas* meals and refreshments erred. loe Cream from tbe Park's own dairy. Tbe Wbeellaic A Elm Grove railroad leave every hour and the fare ha* bean reduced to 25c for the round trip, Including Park ntiiaUilon. Ten-Pin and Picnic parties should secure accommodation* In advance by telophone, 002-1, or by uppljrlng to Col. Augnat ttolf, Bluuugur. tested for'glass'es 're? chargo by JACOB W. GltUUB, Joweler and OptlTnn|/ibnr,t ?U.Und TA HTTP OW fl0 dosen Plain White Hem 1 U-nIIIfll l,n<l Lao*' Border liaudker< IV/ UlUUi chiefs at 2Kc each. 00 doxon Fast Black full regular made Hosiery at 12}to per pair. 11. E 31811 EIAIEll, Eleventh Stteot. TO-DAY'S SPECIAL. I.ndlea', Oents' ami Children's Under* wear at half the actual value. L. 8. GOOD & CO. Tu ltepubllouu Voters. Tho now electioa law requires each voter to vote in the precinct in which ho resides. It is also necessary to be listod on the assessor's books us a voter in the precinct. The assessor for the city district will be at the office of the clerk of the Board of Commissioners from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m., and from 2 to 4 o'clock p. m. each day from October 1 to October 0, inclusive. Voters having: moved from one district to another, or from one precinct to another, since Juno 1st. should call on him and be listed during the above period. Tho county committee will notify tho voters who are not listed, as far as possible, and every voter so notified should see that his namo is on tho assessor's list; otherwise he will bo put to inconvenience on oloctionday, and will possibly lose his vole. J. K. IIall, Chairman Republican Committee. Taxes are Coming In. The city tax collections for the first four daps of the now vear wore as follows : General fund, $6,054 47; ton cent levy, $1,189 57. So City Collector Shaffer reported to Receiver Kindloberger yestorday. This is considered a very good record for these times. v* Admitted to Citizenship. In the circuit court yesterday second papers of sitizonship were issued to tho following named alions: Fred Willane/a native of England; William Husselbee, of England; Thomas W. Rock, of England; George Buerckstuemmor,of Bavaria;FerdinandKeher, of Germany; Charles Geimer,of Germany. _ Two Lunacy Cases. Squiro Gillcapy yesterday oxomined Small A. Mooro, a woman noventy-oigbt years old, on suspicion of being insane. She was committed to await developments. It is believed thatebe is Bufleriog from senile dementia. Annie Hecker, of Bellairo, was also committed for n hearing to-day on a charge of lunacy. Bicycle KacM at MounaftvMle. Tho picnic to be given to-day at the fair ([rounds at Moundsville by tho glass workers, promises to bo an immense alTair. Contributions from tho leading merchants in that city have boon donated. Tho bicyclo racos will bo nspocial feature, i'roininent artists in that lino will tako part and a good crowd is expocted. A Now Klail at Weather. Yosterday tho air was chilly and raw, and a cold, disagreeable rain fell moat of tho day. Only onco did a ray of sun piorco tho gloom. The rain will do good for tho springs, wolls and atroams, but it caused a great deal of kicking among city pede8triana. The very dirty paved streets wore converted into mud roada that aro a discredit to tho town. The Couilsg Event, Tho outfnir and ball of tho Wheeling park barkeepers is to tako place at tho park on Thursday evening, October 11, and ia in charge of a committoo composed of Charles Kraft, Edward Vaos, Harry Siebke, Edward Brandfass, II. Kreuter and P. Altmeyor. Tho programmed attractions aro dancing, prize cake walk and prize bowling. Tho latter will of coitrao draw big, tho winner dotting $19 and tho second man $5. Tho cako walk will come ofT at 10:30 and will bo tho novel feature ol tho affair. That Joyful Feeling; With tho exhilarating sonso of ronewod health and strength and intorual cleanlinoss, which follows the n.a of Syrup of l'ige, is unknown to tho fow who have not progressed beyond tho old timo medicines and the cheap substitutes sometimes ollorod but never nccopted by tho well iufonnod. flicporpairfor an odd . ?? lotof KidCilovos, worth SHOOK $ CO. uptof.' per pair. Ann 40.lnoli, AlMVool Sor^e* nt 48 ami UUlt <131?peryard,aro tho tulkof WheelInir ami ltd vicinity. KSLHIIEIMUK'.S, Klevonth (Street. IT will wive you money to buy your Undurwoar to-day at the Special Hale of U 8. GOOD & CO. WIOTT Enulieltner'ii Clonk Department V IM I to-day tor Itm-galnd. 1II. EM3UEIMER, Eleventh St. ATTENTION, Butcher* and llrewenl For the bent Wool and Wormed Jacket* made at low priced, call ut C. HESS & SON'S. mn ITTflUT down Plain "Willto Hem lU-Nllltll Litoo Ilnrdor Uaudker11AU111 eliW? at Hjio each. 50 dozen I'mwt lllack full regular made lloalery at l'4!$o pur pulr. If.EMHIIKIMKK, lileventli Street. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. / , ^ ' UNDERGROUND WIRES. _______ "" Tho Ordinance Oommlttoo Postpones Consideration. MANY NEW POINTS ARE SUGGESTED Aod H Is Thought Boat to Hm the Solicitor on Hand?Tho OrUlnanco ho Dronr up waa Entirely Inadequate?ttorcrat Other New Matter* Are Talked About Briefly. At tbe meeting of tbe council committee on ordinances last night, called mainly to conaider the ordinance propared by the lolicitar, providing for patting all electric wires under ground in certain part* of town, tho ordinanee in read. It bad been corrected sinoe the IirrttLiatLNCiSttcalled attention to its peculiar wording. Still it did not teem to meet tbe views of tho mombera. There wore present roprosoutativas of tbe Western Union telegraph company, tbe telephone company, tbe Wheeling electric light company, the Postal telegraph company, besides Chief Healey, of thn fire douartment. City Solicitor White was anxiously inquired for, but was not prosont, though Chairman Dobbins said he had asked him to atteud. Tho members found numorous (laws in tbe ordinance, and only discussed it informally. Mr. Robinsou called attontion to the absence of a necessary provision for terminal or radial poles, and also suggested that under tbo provisions talked of tho companies might move their wiros on Main and Markot stroets to Chapline or somo other street, where they would bo as objectionable as now placed. Mr. Richards moved to limit the boundaries of the "underground district" more definitely. This brought up the question how tbo limits might bo detlnod. Tho committoo seemed to favor a district reaching from tbo river to Chaplino street, though some wanted to include Chaplino streot. Tho ordinance was finally laid over. Tho bicyclo ordinance was again discussed, and laid over till the ordinances of other cittos could be obtained, In regard to tho proposod standing committee on legislation, no action was taken, as a special committee alroady oxiste, and this was considorod a better plan. Tho streot car fender ordinance was also discussod in an interesting way, but no final action takon. The police committoo wa9 also called to meet, but failed to got a quorum. "ATrip to Chltmtowu." The newest, brightoat and best of all the Hoyt productions, will be seon at tho Onera House this ovoning, when "A Trip "to Chinatown will be presented. Thia brilliant production of Mr. Hoyt'a holds the proud position of playing the largest number of consecutive performances in Now York City, farcical, pantomimic, dramatic or operatic yet done on tho American stage. It rail over 000 nighta at Hoyt'e Theatre and comea here in the flood tide of its success. It is strictly a farce comody. It has no pretention to plot. Its object is to amuse. Do you travel? Are you a shipper? Tho "Kand-McNally Railway Guido and Iland-Uook" contains nil pertinent information. Aek your newfldoaler. Twentv-sevks* ground bogs for lunch at Hoe's saloon, Saturday evening, from 8 to 11 o'clock. Nolarger,liner,strong- I or, bettor, purer, or . __ J choaper Blankets made SNOOK fi CO. than the St. Mary's. We are sole sellers. DON'T mitts tho Groat Sale of Underwear to>dayut I? S. GUOl) & CO. n WA \TTfl IITl B0 ?to*en White Ilom 1 1 ll-li IIt 111 niM' x'uco Border HamlkerIV mum ehlnfH at ?Uc each. CO dor.nn FiiHt. lllaek full regular made lloslory at liikn p?r i?n!r. II. KMSIIEIMEH, Kleveath Street This ih a Xuw Ouo. The Woman's Kxchaneo of tho Socond Presbyterian church will hold a market there Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. You can buy Candy, Cakes, Katublofl of all kinds and all kinds of Fancy Work. Don't fail to corao, for you will be I surprised at tbo low prices you can-buy. Satin Ribbons, puro _?AAtr . silk, all widths and col- SNOOK fi CO. otb, 5c up. TT I \JT} You booh our nl.luch Turkey Bod M A V n l>uuinBkH ut I8o pur yawl. "4AI1J KMX I IKt 31 Klt'S, Eleventh Struct. 100 dozen Borderod ewnnv a pa Handkerchiefs 5c each, fl lU* UfOim EinHlielmer'ii Cloak Department V m 1 to-day for IturKnln*. i iwu E31S1IE1MEK, Eleventh St. MEN. to Meciiru entire fiatlnfaotion In style, lit iind wear, at popular prices, eaU 1 ate. IIICSS & SONS, Fashionable Tailor* mid Gent*' FurnlHhoru, 13U3 and 1U2Q i)larkot wtreet. J Ivory- ; -5oap ' sit floats* FOR TABLE LINEN THE POOQTCR ft OAMDLE CO.. C1NTI. SPECTACLES-PROF. SH EFF. I'HA ^IHIE, liy ttiiTOnly Holentitle (?jitU hin In tln> state, PROF. SHEFF, 1110 Mala Street. Nu&t Door to Buook & Co. i nuSQ-rrlmtr L d NEW FALL STOCK?THE HUB CLOTHIERS. W0*y0 Paved the Way for the Busiest ? Season we Have Ever Known ! Tj Stores will come and stores will go. but Hn the steam never gets low in our boil- t J ers of enterprise. We keep striving. < D the more we do the more we have to ? IT do, for the better we can do it In these A Edays of hustle and push, a man's min- j n utes count for dollar's, and this great j ?| andall-providingplaceofourssaveshis 1 I time.saves his cash.saves his patience j H We're their defendete against High j II "Prices' and ^worthless values. All our j fl D different departments, covering I tt Mpn'c : D J,1VU T) i Boys' /< I Children's !? L Wearables, , | Are each perfect in stock and appoint(I ments. Each is independent, yet gov- A u erned by the same strong principles U Tof right and responsibilities. We arc first in the market and last to leavo. I H Nothing worthy escapes us. Our cash and enormous outlet gives ; JJ | us command of the choicest and best ^ I and gathers in a variety that wins r your confidence and merits the sup- I 1 b i. 44* Eportyuu uhbiiuw upun >i. We're buyers of tho best, sellers of K the best, and only the best. s % lR TEE Hub, One-Price Clothiers, Market and Fourteenth Streets. OVERCOATS-BAER'S CLOTHING HOUSE. By the Way, How about that new OVERCOAT you promised to buy for yourself next fall ? Sext Fall is Here 1 * * Our stock of Overcoats is unequaled in this city. It not only includes the regular patterns of all leading manu* '-1 - ~^ r1?n!/*nr< nhf-liflO tacturers, DUt tin excjuiblic mi ay ui ueaiguo, uuiumu ble nowhere else. Jnderwear! We wish to call attention to the fact that we are "selling agents" for the American Hosiery Company's Underwear and Hosiery. This company received Highest Awards at the World's Columbian exhibition for full fashioned Merino, Wool and Silk Underwear. High standard of excellence in texture and finish, and perfection in fashion and form. These goods are warranted non-shrinkeable. CLOTHING AND MEN'S I?JXV 1?^ IV O FtTHNISKINOa' 30 Twelfth Street. v SPECIAL SALE OF CARPETS. ... Special Sale Carpets! Moquette, Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Three-Ply Ingfains, 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. HALL, Assignee of Alexander Frew, 1117 Main Street.