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1""-' ' EXTRA I EXTRA I-3TOWE A THOMAS. CTONE&THOMAS. EXTRA! EXTRA! Otia week ago the representative of tho Pittsburgh Dry Goods Com piny, who control the (tie of the celebrated "Komburiter" and "Alaska" Home-Hade Country Flannels, notiled ns that they were Embraced 28 pieces 31-Inch wide, not aii-wooi, dui a i * -yizr good serviceable White Flannel LOT 4 Contain! 1*90 pairs striotly All-Wool Rod and Black AT 4 9 A R Barred (kvaatry Blankets, largo size, valuo$4 a pair, ** * 4)^ U 1 "We want evory woman in this vicinity to see thia great 1 I O/l showing of Cloaks. After vou have looked around corao vCliAsJ. and compare our prioos with others. You will not bo urged to buy. Goods are sho^f n with pleasure here. Without a doubt two of the greatcot Cape bargains this c?r any other house evor offered aro the following: 81-inch long, 94-inch a weep Astrakhan Capes, lined with v heavy Marsoillew Satin AT $11 90 34-inch long Seal Plush Capes, trimmed in Brown Martin and Jet - AT $11 00 r~? Over 200 Far, Astrakhan and Plash Capes here Hi If 1 P Q to select from. Brown and Black Martin, Coney, 1 L41 Ci yj K* O Electric Soal, Wool Seal and all other fashionable Furs. See them. 24-inch Black Coney Capes at $4 90 27-inch Black Coney Capes at... 6 90 30-inch Black Coney Capea at 8 90 B6TWe are solo agenta for Butterick's Patterns. November Fashion Shoot can be had free by calling at our store. C TON E& THOMAS. COAT OR CAPE-GEO. M. SNOOK & CO ' Which Shall I Buy? _0R_ Where Shall I Buy It? APR! ?<!i - i.- ^ ID^0 i/yi r? -* w " A glanco into our largo Cloak Room reveals aa Altnn of activity and at tho same timo fully auswors tbo question that uow puzzles so mnt\y soarchora for stylish and comfortablo winter garmouts. Here are tall women, whom nothing sooras to please better than the loug, double-brciwted, tigbt-flttiug Prince Albert Coats, tho imraonsely full sleeves of whfch drop away in graceful fullness. This is tho Weal garment for a tall lady, although small and medium-sized women of slender build look equally as well In shorter garments of tho same style. Materials most in favor are Chinchillas, Bounties and Diagonal Ohoviots, Meltons, smooth cordod DlagouuU and Covert Cloths. Prices rango from S3 95 to $50Iloro again, at tho far end of this crowded department are women?short, medium, toll, fleshy, slender-all kinds, who think there's nothing equal to tho full sweep Par. Plush or Cloth Capes, of which wo huvo already sold groat quantities, ranging iu price from $3 75 to $300Full Sweep Fur Capes from tho host makers only are on tale hero. These consist of French and Klectrio Seal, Coney, Astrakhan, Monkey, Martin, Mink, Dyod Opossum, Persian, etc. Wo are selling the finest Mink Capes fully ?25 below market value. Cotaeln and permit us to talk Coat or Cupe?as you olect. If you've always worn Capos, would suggest a Coat for a change, or vice rersa. We're perfectly at home on the Dross Goods question, too, and tho low prices previously announced are still in force. Geo. m. SNOOK & CO. WINTER GLOVES-M. J. M'FAPDEN. j Winter Gloves! j \ AT REDUCED PRICES ! J p pcrSrTSSfj 35 cent Fine Jersey Gloves reduced to 25 cents. 4 a 45 cent Warm Wool Mittens reduced to 35 cents. j . 50 cent Dogskin Working Gloves rcduced to 35 cents. \ * 75 cent Fur Top Kid Gloves reduced to 50 cents. nHs*! 75 cent Horse Hide Working Gloves reduced to 50cts. f ^ kSkJIH Si 00 Genuine Hogskin Cloves reduced to 75 cents. f ^ 1 00 English Driving Gloves reduced to 63 cents. f f UpPlij 1 50 UnJressed Kid Gloves reduced to ? 1 00. ^ (| Warm Winter Underwear l'or 25, .15,40.48,50,75c. f ' Cheapest Store In Wheeling, t 6 llJUr AJl/fill 0, 1320 AND 1322 MARKET STREET, f f STORE OPEN fcVEKV SIGHT. f ? SHOES -J. C-J.OCKe & CO rUUTr UMPM Thl? '"It .rnproirmw tho NEW OPERA. a utWlLumCin . ?" '10,Mn?n,'< ui?? St combination of stylo, fit ntid comfort, and fx In cvorvsonseof tho word tin IDKAh SHOK. Wo have them In STACY ADAMS CO.' colobrated flygjj J lliind Hnwwl Corilnvaii* at 9ft 00 a Jfei J Hand .Sntvttil French Onlf fit ,| oo K jtf THEN WE HAVE ? j/Vc<AKl$\ IImid Wolt Itniit Amnrlonn Cnlf for oo rfffW \ Ilitml W"lt (it'lliiiiim Kunicaroo for .1 oo r Jffli DIftti'ft VICI KII>. In till tll? Hew ntylo* ut t\ jj 50 (J fff / f I Jr :] Tim U??st WonrliiK Cnlf Shoo* iiimln for y 00 I Lr A In fact, you haro novel had such an opportunity to net good JT* 1 jr Jim values as you have to-day ut jVy LOCKE'S,^ 1040 ai^IKT ST. overstocked wltb ttiankets ana Manneis anu aaiceu ui hi uuu iuoiu a offer- for i Urge qaantl ty. After a good deal of dickering oar offer ?u accepted. Monday oar cheek will be in their itore and Monday we arena log to (ell Flannels and Blanket* cheaper than they were erer sold in this country. LOT i Embraces 95 oiocos doable width, every thread pure wool,, -heavy Country Flannels that are worth anywhere AT I 30c?oar<L ' 7^ LU1 2 i?mbrfMtta86 pieces 34-inch wide "Romburger" All-Wool C'otrotiy Flannel* (these are the heaviest Country Flan- A T* -y r'/neld in uide), regular price 38c ** * 5 ^ LOT 3 wait until tho election coino9. llolibnry uml Cmlinulnmont. The police wore notified vestorday by Agent Bradon, of the Pan-Handlo road, that four can had been broken open in the company's yards, and one of them had been robbed. A telegram was received from Marshal Bulger, of Barnesville, asking that Mosea McKoown, six feet tall, bo arrested on a charge of embozzloment, for which a warrant had been isauod lor him there. A Coming Trent. The Mozart Singing Society will givo a grand concort on tho evening of Octo* ber 31, "Hallow eon" night, and there is no doubt but that the affair will bo aa well patronized aa have been former entertainments of this popular society. The Opera House orclieatra haa been engaged to give instrumental music and accompany the following woll known local artisti: Mra. Flora Williama and Messrs. Zulauf and Day. Fourteen Cumon Veitorday. There wore fourteen very variegated cases in tho polico court yestorday. Liz Harden was let go on promising to leavo town. Mra. Atkinson and Nora Groon were sent to jail, and John Moore to tho hill. Tho otherd paid their linos. Joseph Kcllor, a German, who gavo every evidence of being insaue, and who had a revolver when arrested early yestorday morning by Officer Scalley, was dismissed on promising to go to liia homo in Chicago. Promise* to Mnku UiMinasa Lively. Mrs. Alice Bradford was arraigned before Squire GilleBpy yeaterday on four warrants sworn out by Grace Martin, who cnaruou uer nuu reaiing iuur houBoa to be used as houses of ill f&mo, on September 15. She was held in $100 bail on each case. Ethel King was also up on four charges of keeping a house of ill fame, and was hold in tho same bail on each chargo. Grace Martin was some time ago given thirty days in iail through prosecution started by Mrs. Bradford. She declares that she will bring a charge against Mrs. Bradford for uacli of tho four houses she rents for each of tho thirty days she was iu jail, making 120 cases in all. Union Hp worth League. Tho annual meeting of the Union Epworth League and vicinity will be hold at Zane street church, Thursday ovening, at 8 o'clock. A special installation service has been prepared, and the following officers are to bo insiallod: President, F. T. Cartwright; lirst vice presidont, Miss Julia Faupel; second vico president. Miss Mollie Wincher; third vico prosideut, Miss Eatella McNash; iourth vice president, Miss Alice Walters; recording secretary, Miss Etta Satterfield; corresponding secretary, Miss Aeirio Kline. In addition to the regular routino of businoss, tho pastor, Kev. .J. Engle, will conduct a pontocostal servico. A largo number of leaguers from the various churchos aro expected to be present. The Wife (liven n Divorce. Chandler La Suor, oi Martin's Ferry, nskod for a divorco from his wife, Matilda La Suer, and she trot tho divorco nud a judgment for $500 alimony thrown in. Tho case camo up iu tho Bolmont county common ploas court yesterday. Mr. La Suer entered a countor claim, and was successful in getting a divorco and alimony. Mr. La Suor, who oxpected tho divorco, was not present and had no witnesses his attornoy boinir his only representative, and ho "said La Suor wna unable to attend. Nasty things woro said about each othor in their petitions. La Suor is in Steubenvillo, and tho wife, who got tho divorco, residos in Martin's Forry. J. S. Cochran represented tho formor aud W. T. Dixon tho latter. Hrpcc *,ftV0 yoa ?^?* L-Jlcbb whoro to find a dross to Pnn Jc suit? Porhapsyou'll find VjtUUUb# what you want at ono of the sovon Dress Goods countors of Geo. M. Snook & Co. M'KINIiEY AN!> WILSON AllitOAO. In 1HUO Wllllnm McKluley una burneil In Hllcvin the KnglUli inn u u Fnc tur I lit; city ofSheftlelds but In 18IM Wilhum L. Wlhon unit wined and dined In Lomlon brciiu<?e lie Ih the nuthor of nfruo trade tariff bill. Thene are hIkiiI Mount fuel*. Social at tho Socond Proibytorian church Frldav evening, Octobor 10. llomo inado candy, llnor than you over nto, cakos aud icocroatn. Qfwlich Aro 8oen "owhoro in Oiyilbll greater varioty than at Jackets G??-M-s='oo^co.^ FUNERAL DIRECTORS. GUKNDEL A CO.. . 1111 HALS' STREET. Funeral directors. | Prompt Attention Day or Night, j 8 lore Teleobone, Ka 4ft G. Ed. Meodel'i Pu;M?5fOce Telephone. Xa 1. noJ9 ?tajntclttgcnrcr I Office > No*. 30 oiid 17 Fourteenth 8tw?l. New AdTirtlitmraU. Wanted?Energetic Man. I Wanted?Good German Girl. Wanted?Two Young Men. Opera House?The Lout Paradjie| Ruasell Cottar* and Lota ac PftbUc Sale?W^P. Hubbard. SpeeTalComtnUaloner. Au Advertisement la a Contract?D. Gundllng 4 To.-Mb Page. I Strayed?IU?d and White Cow. Cberrlc* in Marasquln?O. V. Harding A Co. Don't You Want a Duater??Ewlng Bro* J. & Pepi>er i Co. Whuijr?Schaefor ?i Driehorat Monongah Coal A Coke?R. H. D. Will In. Don't Spoil Yonr Cakea?R. H. List , We are toady for You?Albert Btolie Jk Co. ! bomethlug hew?The Daugherty Typewriter. HAVE your ejea tested for |la?i?i free of charge bjr ^SSSiSSt JACOU w- guuub, iJ rJN&H^Sk Jeweler and Optl? elan. Hnrket ttad Zigy Twelfth atreeU. At the Penitentiary. Ono new convict was placod in tho penitentiary Tueadyr, and one, John Brown, of Fayette county, wlio had served a one year term (or unlawful wounding, w&s released yuiterday. The population oi tho place now is 459. The Murder Cn?e Agniu Postponed. Tho Briesoch murder hearing was set lor 2 p. in. yesterday at tho county jail office before Squire Uillespy, but the prisoner's counsel, Col. Arnett, was entraced in court at WolJsburg, and tho case was again postponed till Friday afternoon. One "Sigu of the Ttuy?." The bar mill at tl>e ./Etna-Standard worked two heats last night to fill a small order, the first time in the history of tho mill, 'iho mill did not run this way in Republican times. The Republicans in the .-Etna-Standard who voted for a change are Rick and tired of tho empty-stomach timos, and can scarcely A MYSTERY HERE Baby's Body Discovered on the Sisters bland Disappears. THE CORONER MAKES A SEARCH. But it Uitablo to Find tho Body or Sign* of It?Peculiar Conduct of * I House Bout Man?Two Martin's ! Ferry Boys Discovered the Body on Tuesday?Story of the Search lor the Corpse. As detailed in the Ixtjelliokxckx yes* terday morning, tiro Martin's Ferry boys while rowing on the. Ohio river near the Sisters islands above tho city, Tuesday afternoon, discovered a sack in tho water on the eastern shore of tho second island, which upon investigation wa? found to contain the body of an infant child, which from its docomposod condition inuit have boon in tho water for some time. The boys' names are Albert Harris and Edward llolley, and upon making their horriblo discovery - i 1 1 L *1 - - moy KQUlOUiaiOI/ rowuu uuc& ku .uur? tin's Ferry and notified Mayor Westwood, who in tarn notified the Wheeling police and County Corouer Schultze. When the lattor lourncd of iho incident Tuesday night it was too iate for hioi to hold an inquest, and it was delayed until yesterday morning. Coroner Schultze. during the forenooti, accompanied by his eon, went up the river ou the West Virginia aide. Lie had beon incorrectly informed as to the location of the body, as found by the boys, having been told that he would lind it on the firat or lower inland. After a thorough search there ho proceeded up the stream until opposite ttie second island, llcro he discovered a house boat anchored on the West Virginia side of the island, and his son hailed a man who was seen standing noar the boat. This man, though ho evidently heard the hail, paid no attention to it, and walked over to the other side of his domain. The coroner then came down to the city polico headquarters, when he was informed that the body was lying on the shore of the second inland, the one along tho shore of which the house boat was anchored, lio then went up the river again, providing iiimaelt witti a coitia in which to place the body. Crossing on tlio ferry at the Top mill, the parly went along the river bank, accompanied by two inon whom thoy picked up. and were ierried across to the second island. Hore another clone search was made, but no signs of the body could bo found. The house boat man was seen, but profossod to know nothing about tho matter. The coroner's son says that ho is certain that this was the samo man who refused to answer his hail earlier in the day. Finally tho coroner and his party, with a damaged cotHu, returned to tho city. iho circumstances of tho atlair are such that a minute inquiry will no doubt bo mado by tho polico at once. A Splendid Couoort To-night. The opening of tho Young Men's Christian Association entertainments at the Opera House to-night promises to bo a musical triumph. The Melpomo company is a combination of rarely gifted musicians. All are artists of high rank in their respectivo dopar'tmontH. Mrs. Elsie Warren-Mechling occupies a prominent place with the leading sopranos of this country. She has a charming stage presouce and is gifted with a voice of remarkable range and singularly oven in its development. Miss Warren, tho contralto, has a voice of uncommon richness and compass. Her sweet singing and winsome stage presence make her a general favorite. Carl Hotter is a gentlemen of decided musical talent and ability, liis renditions on tho piano are most artistic. Fritz Burckhardt, the violoncello soloist, is a great performer, i 1 is power over me instrument, ih annuel iuukjuui. mo entertainment will bo one of raro merit. That Joylul Feeling With the exhilarating sense of ronowod health anil strength nnd internal cleanliness, which foliowh the uso of Syrup of Figs, in unknown to the few who have not progressotl beyond the old time medicines and the cheap substitutes sometimes otlered but never accepted by the well informed. MEN, to aeonro entlro MiitUfnntlou In stylo, tit and wear, lit popular prlco*, call nt C. IIESS A: SONS, Fashionable Tnllnrn ami (ienti' Fttrnlidiers, 13ii3 nnd 1335 Market street. Pinp Fur ^ivo now ^n09 by exrillc I UI proas just received toPmpc 3ay- A" kinda- AU V^cipco. prices. Geo. M. S.nook & Co. Wanted. Two well furnished rooms; must connect by opening into each othor. Toilet and bath accommodations required. Contrally located. Wanted permanently. Heat of references. Would liko board in samo houso. Boat ol roforoncea exchanged. Address W. l'nlmer, of Hotel Brunswick. (to to the social at the Second Prosbyterian church Friday evening, October 19. Admission 10c. Everybody's going to get something good to oat. M'KINLEY AND WILSON AUUOAI). In 1HI)0 William MrKlnley wn? burned In etllicy In the ICtnjlMi ummifueturlnir city ??rhhHIIelil; hut in 1 HIM William 1.. WIInoii uiik Minnil mill illneil III l.omlon bocmi?o Jin in the author ofnfreo trade tar lit bill. ThuHo nro HlKiiillcunt InctH. p..r Anybody in aoarch of a 1 W choicoFur Capo will make nPC a mistake not to lirst soo the now lines just opened by Geo. m. Snook <& Co. Tub Pan-llandlo Dyeing ostabliahmont, owned by John Hoilmeier, at No. 1431 Market street, in tho best enuippod houso of its kind in Whooline. In addition to the dyoing and cleaning departments a corps of lirHt-class tailors nro employed, who cau do repairing as neat as it is possible. Clothes and ladtos' garments, cleaned or dyed, can bo made to look liko now. Satisfaction guaranteed. C. IIESS A SON'S ink you to try tholr relebrnteil :i.V Cotton, Mciino anil Natural Wool Unit 11 oho nnd be convinced that they are the h??t In the market. SPECTACLES-PROF. SHEFF. MIARGK, by tlii) OnI ^ fieleii11IIo <>hli? tlm Stat e, PROF. SHEFF, 1110 Matu Struct. No it Uoor to Snook A Co. uso-rrhww A LIFE WORK-THE HUB CLOTHIERS. _ A Life Work! Our whole time, talent, capital and attention liavj ^ given to clothes buying and selling, to lifting Readv-Mjfc Garments up to the level of the best nuJe-to-orj: ,-? care, not by dollars, by bold strokes of enterprise, not by high-handed assaults on your purses. If money saved b money made, we have bestowed a fortume on every wearer of our perfect Clothes. With every purchase has gone tin satisfaction of custom tailoring, at half the cost. Opej , your eyes I Don't be blinded by prejudice. Don't beljj by precedent Judge Dy tacts, not lanacies nan.iej jJW, from primitive times and kept alive only by the voice o( jealousy. Making to measure is a relic of the Jays of stage coaching and town criers of knee breeches anj silver buckles. Keady-Made Clothes is the child of the modern era. Popular, economical, perfect and progressive, trusts fashion, true to quality, true to fit, true to you. THE HOB CLOTHES HAVE RECEIVED THE HIGHEST AWARD IN THE HIGHEST TRIBUNAL?THE COURT OF PUBLIC APPROVAL..?afeBoys' aid Ellin's Cliii! Whether you seek satisfaction at the cheapest grade or the highest, we guarantee the best return for the money invested of any store In town. We guarantee you four times the variety of any store in town. Our new department opened this week for Boys' and Children's wear will be found by all odds the finest between Pittsburgh anl Chicago. Give yourself the benefit of the best facilities by shopping at TUU TTTTA The Largest and 1 niL LJ j IJ Only Strictly One I I M I ) Price House in the 5 State, Fourteenth and Market Sts. CLOTHING FOR BOYS AND CHILDREIM~LEE BAER. 1 _ j- t_ : ^lOUllIlg FOR BOYS AND CHILDREN. We write about BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING because we are interesM in good Boys' and Children's Clothing. In uusiness for good and in earnest, we have followed a clearly defined policy to seil honest, reliable, satisfactory goods. New things get here daily?new ideas. Our Reefer Suits and Overcoats?Kilt and Cape Overcoats?are the very best, made to fit your boys by clothing artists and at prices that command your attention. T EE BAER,^*^ Outfitter for Boys and Men. 30 TWELFTH STREET. ?gl SPECIAL SALE OF CARPETS. _ ^pecial Sale Carpets! Moquette, 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, 1117 Main Street.