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CLOTH CLOAKS, ETC.-STOWg A THOMAS.
gTONE&THOMAS. ii . .??^_THIS STORE^ Will thorn you the tmtMt mMcUom ot * id* can ua v,mui di? braofht to thia city. Tbey vera bought at the loweat poaalble pries aod an paid lor. JErery atyle it here. Erery kind of tor ia bom, all ap to date In atjrle, whather a M 90 Black Coney Cape or lb* Fiutat Aatrakhan. Honker, Wool SmI, Martin or Klectrie Seel, op to $125. Are you a judge ot Fora? II not, h?T? you a Iriend thai yon think la T Wa are perfectly willing to aend Capea oat for compariton. If any other atora ia aatUSad with a (mailer profit, they are entitled to/oar trade. ?????? CLOTH CLOAKS. Three styles, 34 and 36-inch long plain Black and q>q et/"v Blue Mixed Cloth Cloaks at - vpo.OU Four styles plain and rough effects in Black and Blue j- r\r\ Cloth Cloaks, Velvet Collars, 38-inch long, at <J?w Three styles 38 and 40-inch long Melton and Beaver ~7 cr\ Cloth Cloaks at /.OvJ Eight styles 38 to 44-inch long Melton and Beaver 1 f~\ f\/-\ Cloth Cloaks, half satin lined, at - - IUiUU Hundreds of styles Finer Cloaks at S12 50, Si;, $18, up to $35. Children's Cloaks. The assortment embraces hundreds of styles, medium to finest Infants' Cloaks at 66c to $10 Children's Cloth Cloaks $1.98 to $20 DRESS GOODS From the (treat aoctlon tnda ule held in Ne?r York the put month; oar bnyer wm there. Wo aro enabled to sell desirable Droit Goodi one-third low than prevailing prices. Think of buying 36-inch wide good serviceable fancy Dress Goods that are worth 12 i-2c a yard at - * Think it possible to sell 36-inch wide All-Wool Filling Cloth and Serge Dress Goods, never before sold for 1 0l/p less than 25c, at - - , 36-inch wide plain Cashmeres and Henrietta Cloth, all j q _ wool filling, at - - - 157 L> 38-inch wide All-Wool Warp Novelty Dress Goods, nn ~ style equal to goods costing $1 oo, per yard, at ^<3 L? 48-inch wide All-Wool Cloths, goods that are usually qq _ retailed at ;oc, at * - ^57 LDress Goods up to $2 50 per yard. ? N 1,000 Chenille Stand Covers at... ? 45o each 600 Chenille Table Covers at.... 89o each v 200 Feather Boas, 50 inches long, at*....- ........75c each 100 Maslin Gowns at... 59c each 200 dozen Fleece-lined Children's Hose at........ 124c pair 250 dozen All-Wool Children's Hose at............ 12)0 pair ierWe are agents for BUTTHRICK'S PATTERNS. gTONE&THOMAS. CAPES?GEO. M. SNOOK A. CO tAPES.^ FUR CAPES. m PLUSH CAPES. M W CLOTH CAPES. ff CLOTH COATS. Not a difficult task for expert judges and the knowing ones to quickly make a selection here; tuoas who claim to knew little or nothing (boat styles or qnalitle9 cannot make a mistake either. HOW CODLD ANYBODY MAKE A MISTAKE IN A CLOAK DEPARTMENT : : : : : THAT shows low than halt a dozen Ladies' Wraps of all Kinds carried over from last seaton? THAT buys direct from the best, and only the beat, farriers and cloak makers in the land ? THAT has made the Cloak business an absorbing study for tho oast ten years? THAT adds new styles almost every day during tho season? THAT is 0 31 i i li p<3 with small profits in order to do a large business? that's ocb cloak department. We'll do well by yoa TO-DAY on Wraps of any kind. We'll do equally as well on any other day in tho week. tudcc rip raycq of fine fdr capes InrvCC D1L? DUACO just arrired by express. GEO.M. SNOOK & CO. THE BEST HAT-M. J. M'FADDEW. j r\o you?| * jlj want to buy the j j best hat ever made j I por^?S1.50. | J WB HAVE THBM.- 9 A :McFADDEN'S,mahketdstr2eet! i OUR STORKS OPBN I.VKRY EVENING. f . SHOEB-J- C- LOCKE &. CO T r* Art/^ \Tn r\ry 1 v\ I LUUftUS UUUU VcUUCS VV 111! We havo portlitcnUy atuok to iho Ida* tbat to win public favor and retain It one mum at all timet irlre to th<i purchaser the very b?*t pomlblo value for bla money. We hive never boou In vkmIUqu to *u Cully carry out tbla Idea <u now. Those Goods Aro tho BEST VALUES Wo Hare Ever Offered. iMtu'i Hand Wolt, Oennlue Cork Sole 8hoea, Cougrou and Laco. ?.?3 on Mep'? Hnnd Welt. Oenulno Kangaroo Shoes. lateat atylei............ a o0 ladlea* Flue Donaola, Fiextt>lo oolo. Clucinnatl MadeShoea. all atyla* 8 00 LaAW DunffoU. Viavibla Solo. Cincinnati Made Shoes, plain or tipped...,.^. J,??, , \ oo BdTTho Largest and Best Lino of Mon'a Light Working Shoes Ever Shown tho Trade In this City at $1.50. LOCKE'S, 1043 Main St. fUNCRAL DIRECTORS. KKNDEL 4 00., _f . im MAW ITStn Funeral Directors. PromDt Attention Day or Ntftit. Bum Tckoboo^ So. 48. 0. Ed. lUodtfa Ratjflaoc* TtWpfaoo*. y a 1. Shrjntelligenrer j Offlc.i No*, *3 nod ?7 Foart??otli 2few AdvertUemenU. , Wotloo-A. a D. w. For Solo?Beren-Booood Hons* Beat Hat Erer Made Jor 1150?McFiddW'#? Elfbth Pafe. Red Fire?It H. LUL Fre neb China?Ewlnf Brot. liot C*ke? (or BreaJcfa?t?H. F. Bchrena [ Klocutlou?Mr*. J. A- Rajruev j Fineat Cat <slaa In too World?L G. Dillon A Co. IL & Btndi?Elcctrlcal Enfineer and Contractor. SPECIAL BARGAIN* IS %C 00 TitOCAKBINGti. Made to order of AU-Wool Cloth and guaranteed to wear, by C. HEM * SONH, Fnrtliionnhle Tallore and Oente' Purnlsh* ere, 1323 and 1335 Market tftreet. itir^Hffiri tan IIA VIS jrow t/M I i jljfcnl laJiilL1 *. t??ted for (lauei freo of 6 lia rye by j-iBi jacob w* ?kcbb> *~jgjStJ' W&j&setb Jeweler and Optlctan. Market and Twelfth ttroeU. LOCAL BilKVlTlMi Matter* of Minor Moment In and Abont the City. Capt. Dotjmsb "ia it." Matik? at tbe Grand to-day. Tu? Grand tbii evening?"Tho Orphan! of New York." Five towboat crewi loft over the Ohio Rirer Eoad for Parkersburg. Extra coachea were needed. Tn? A. D. Howe Machinery Company baa secured tbe order for 300 horse power boilera for tha BoUaire water works. A mettimo of tbe city council abould bare been held laat night, in tbe regular, ordor of events, but it ia scarcely necessary to say that none waa held. Tin dance given by the South Bide Independent Club at Mozart Hall on Monday night waa w?U attended, and very successful from all pointa of view. A nuhbeb of South Side young ladies will gfvo a private dance at Menge <Sc Howlny'a j)all. South Side, on next Wednesday evening, November 13. Tnit outcome of the election ahows one thing, and that fa that & G. Smith had a pretty good Idea of the situation in advance. Wben he predicted 800 majority in Ohio county a couple oi weekB ago, moat or ine nepuoncana ana everybody else joined in laughing at bim. "He laughs best who laughs last." ABOUT PKOPLiK. Strang*ri In tho OUy imil Wboollnc Folks Abroad. Carl Hartman, of Germany, a relative of Mr. Conrad Seibert, who came to thia country about two weeka ago. became homesick and left for New York Monday, from whence he aaila today on the American line steamer Paris for home. Mr. Hartman reports that the wot and disagreeable weather that has boen general in Germany this fall does not agree with Mr. Seibort, and he may return to this country. George McCurdy, of Pittsburgh, is visiting on the Island. 1 -I "D. wonu nouci, u? ?u?uuu..u, * turned homo yesterday to vote. .JHiss Lizzie Carroll, who has been Buffering with a sprained ankle, is getting better. Eb Kline, pilot on the Island ferry boat, was at his home in Clarington yesterday morning. Captain George Moore, captain of the Dave Wood, loft on the Ben Hur to join his boat at the foot of Blenny. Frank and Hugh LaFlam, of Allegheny, and Jacob Bbepler, of Fairmont, | wero home yesterday and voted on tbe i South Side. Mrs. Caroline Sondermsn, of the Eight ward, is recovering from a paralytic stroke, which occurred laatFri-l day afternoon. At the time her recovery waa not assured, but now she is much better. Tninufcr Recorded. Clerk Hoolc yesterdav admitted to record a deed made November 2 by Charles H. Loeffler and wife to D. C. Kurner, for $2,000, the east half of lot 240 in East Wheeling, aituated on Eighteenth stroot. Only Two Canes. Oliver and John Dodson were the only cases in the police court yesterday morninp. They were up on disorderly chargos, growing out of a family row. Oliver was finod and John dismissed, bnt the former's fine was afterwards remitted, and ho was lot go on paying the costs. Lloeuittfl to Wed. Clerk Hook yeaterday iaiued mar* riajje licenses to the following named parties: l'roderich Troll, agod 20, and Adella Kuntz, neod 20, both of this city. William A. Stongor, aaed 28, and Louisa Kobrecht, aged 21, both of Ohio county. John McShano, apod 27, and Kate Nolan, aired 25, both natives of Ireland and citizens of this city. Theodore lllrth Dead. Word was received here yostordav of tho death in Henderaon, Ky., of Theo< doro Mirth. Mr. Hirth waa formerly employed as a compositor on the Keg* ister, in this city, and his many former acquaintances will bo pained to hoar of his death. Ho was a prominent mem* bor of tho A. 0. U. W., nnd nt tho time of his death wax editor of tho Kontucky Workman, the journal of that society in i Kentucky. At Tollce Hemlqunrtcra. Frank Oleosa was run in last night by Ofticor Creighton for disorderly conduct "Knocker" Shelley atopped in at tho polico office when drunk, and was advised to go homo. Aa ho wont out ho fell down tho steps at the aouth end of tho city building and struck on hie j head. Uo wai taken in charge and put in caro of a doctor, but fought against having hie hoad sowed up where it was 1 cut. _ A Gront llnttle Is continually going on in the human systonw The doroon of irapuro blood strives to gain victory ovor tho constitution, to ruin hoalth, to drag victims to tho gravo. Hood's Harsaparilla is tho weapon with which to dofond ono's self, drito thodosnorateonemy from tho field, and roatoro bodily health for mnnv yoart. Hood's nlls euro nausea, sicknoaa, indigestion and bilioniness. 25c. 0 HALr-AKD-ziALP, Smith Brewing Co/s alo and portor, boat fall drink. MAKB1ED LAST K VEXING. Mr. C. 7. Dickla**a ud SOm AifwU Qapp SUrHfd. One of the moat baantiialand notable wadding* of the mm wm celebrated iaat craning at the Firat Proebj-terian church, when Bet. Dr. D. A. Canningbam performed the ceremony uniting in matrimony Mr. Obarle* f. Diekinaon and Min Aoioata Hupp. The groom, who if a member of the real eelate firm of 8mith A Diekinaon, haa, daring hi* tar in Wheeling, won a hott of friend*. The bride it the charming and aceompliihed daughter of Dr. and Mr*. J. CL Hupp, and ia a *ociai favorite among her large number of friend* and acqnnintanc?. At 7:30 o'clock the bridal party reached the church and to the music of the weddiug march proceeded to the altar. The bride was costumed ia white satin, en traine. with veil and diamond ornaments. The maid of honor, Miss Virginia Sinclair, of Charlotte, N\ C., wore a dreaa of white organdie with veiL The ushers were Meisrs. James King Hamill and Charles F. Soweraky. of Newark, 0., John Gsllaher. of Monndsville, sud Edwin L. Wilds, Edtrerton Vance and Step hen W. Rice, 15~~ The happy couple were the recipient* of many varied and handsome presents aa marts of esteem from their humorous friends. The decorations at tbo church were the subject of many complimentary remarks. The displsy of palms and plants was among the finest over seen on a similar occasion. A feature was the beautiful chrysanthemums which were sent from North Carolina. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at tbn residence of the brido's father, and, amid showers of rice, Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson left over the Pan-Handle road at 9 p. m. for the east, where they will remain for some time. Among the out-of-town guoita wore Mrs. Dickinson, of Newark, O.; Judge Taylor, mayor of Newark; Miss Jariff, of New York city; Miss Lapsley. of Washington, Pa., and Miss Ida McNeely, ol Washington, D. G. Heirs to a Toxn? Ketnte Wanted. Squire Manion, of Twenty-fourth street, is in receipt oi a letter from a gentloman namod Templeton, of Austin, Texas, making inquirioi as to the whereabouts of certain persons thought to be heirs to a large tract of land in Texas. The letter stntoa that the land I wno nra.nmntflH hv nnmonn from Vir- 1 srinin, and tti&t from ooms causo the | owners' heirs are unknown. The letter ! tho squire received confounds his name with that of Marion, and states that the amount due that person is es| timated to be $8,000. Among the persons inquired of are three by the name of Moore, and the members of a family , in the city think they are the ones I sought. The letter makes inquiries regarding between twenty and twentyfive persons. "Waait," Plays may come and plays may go but "Faust," with it'a beauties, goes on forever. This most successful product from the brain of the immortal Goethe, will be presented at the Grand Opera House by Mr. John Griffith and an excellent company, Thursday evening, "ifaust" needs no introduction to the play goers of this city, and Mr. Griffiih's "success as Mcphistophela during this engagement will be well and favorably romembered. No actor has created such an impression in the character as has this young mam. His roading is mas- | terful, and his stage technique perfect. Kin nnnoort is made ud of the strongest material, each artist fitting bis or her part like the proverbial clove. The production is magnificently staged, new, i novel and startling effects being Intro1 duced, forming the moat elaborate pro* dnction that he hai ever been given this beautiful pootio tragedy. A Child Enjoy* The pleasant flavor, gontle action and ! soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the fathor or mother be coqiivo or bilious, the I most gratifying results follow its use; so that it is the best family remedy known, and every family should have a bottle on hand. Alb is the best beverage; Smith's is the best alo. Fob a pain in the side or chest there is nothing so good as a piece of fiannol dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on over the seat of pain. It affords prompt and permanent relief and if used in time will often prevent a cold from resulting in pneumonia. This samo treatment is a sure euro for lamo back. For salo by Charles R.Goetze, Will W. Irwin, Chris. F. Schuepf, Charles Menketnellor, William E. Williams, S. L. Brice, A. E. Scheele, Will Menkomeller, Johu Coleman, Richards & McElroy. W. 1L Haguo, Wheeling; Bowio & Co.. Bridgeport, and B. F. Peabody <k Son, J30QWOOU. Purest, boat flavored, most popularSmith Brewing Co/a ale and porter. Home Soaker*' Kxnumluni. The Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling Railway Company will sell round trip tickets to points in Michigan at one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be sold Octobor 17 and November 14, good twenty daya from date of aale. , The Pan-liandle Dyeing establishment, owned by John Heilmeier, at No. 1431 Market streot, is tho beat eauipped bouae of ita kind iti Wheeling. In addition to tho dyeing and cleaning departments a corpa of fitBt-clnaa lailora are employed, who can do repairing as neat aa it i8 possible. Clothes And ladies' garments, cleanod or dyed, can be inado to look like now. Satiafactiou guaranj teed. Ask for Smith Browing Oo.'s ale and porter; tako no other. i Henry Wiwoy, tho postmaster at "Welshton, Florida, lays ho cured a caao I of diarrncca of long atanding in six hours, with ono nmnll bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Dinrrhcca Komody. What a pleasant surnriflo I that must liavo boen to tho aufloror. I Such euros aro not unuRttnl with this romody. In many initunces only ono manent relief. It con alwaya be doDoudod upon. Whon roduccd with wntur it it) pleasant to take. Tins ia tho aoagoti when you want i Smith's ale and portor?the boat. SPECTACLES?PROF. SHEFF. C>ptlcl^ itf the state, PROF. SHEFF, U10 Mala Street. Next Door to Snook <k Co. auOO-rrhnw SUITS AMD OVERCOATS?THE HUB CLOTHIERS. WayAbovetheAverage Nothing Bounds Tailoring Possibilities. ODR SUITS AND OVERCOATS.?*Give proof of progress. They reach the highermost bound of present perfection. Reach it easily in fashion. honestly in quality, satisfactorily in fit; reach it cheaply?Sf to $2j for the choice of the best is cheap, and our best isn't the usual ready-made standard! Rafter 'Ticn't the cheaD tailors'. Better. Up to th? scratch with the best talent can produce. Even the swell tailors must bow before our variety. MORE THAN 1500 SDITS! MORE THAN HALF AS MANY OVERCOATS I How can anybody's taste be omitted ? or anybody's form ? You are not too tall nor too short for our stock. Yon cannot be too stout nor too slim, for we have planned for you odd sized men. if you are hard to fit you are easily fitted here, easily suited from the dark and medium shades; the extremes for the fashion followers ; tempered styles for the less showy dressers, but all GOODNESS. All the money that Is asked worth nothing to be doubtful of, nothing to be shaky about. Our guarantee that gives the money back shields you, strengthens your confidence, make us careful, watchful. If you want to be as well dressed, as well " as anybody can be, don't venture, don't experiment, take the sure way, our way. and save something considerable. Give the boys and children a taste of your satisfaction by letting them wear THE HUB Clothing. None can be better. None can be cheaper. So little buys so much of the good HUB Clothing that everybody can afford to dress well. THE HUB, CLOTHIERS, HITTERS ABD FURNISHERS, Fourteenth and Market Sts. The Largest and Only Strictly One-Price Honse in the State S CURES ? $ /H1- Hfm CEALS ' I DiarrhoeV jjg g B rates, t | Cholera^ | i BREAKS UP A GOLD. $ i Solo Eturwnuc-25c aho 50c Pen Bomt. No Rater, Ho Pay. i 4 HERB MEDICINE CO. (Formerly ol Wolon, \V. Va.) SPRINUFIEl.D. 0. d ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF FURNITURE AND CARPETS Assignee s Sale.^ The large and elegant stock of FURNITURE AND CARPETS of Alexander Frew is now being sold at assignee's sj!? at regular wholesale price. A rare opportunity is now afford ed you to furnish your home with good furnishings at sanif price of cheap goods when paying a dealer's profit. Don't miss this chance. J. K. HALL, Assignee of A. Frew. 1117 MAIN STREET. J