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GREAT CLEARANCE SALE?STONE A THOMAS. S TON E&THOMAS. r?TVT ? ^SECOND + WEEK? ! ' Of our Great Clearance Sale, to make room for our Holiday Goods, will start off to-day with a rush. Prices lower than ever quoted will be the rule here. READ CAREFULLY. READ CAREFULLY. Clx? I fJ% /n i OHyn I Ea^n I 7n U/fcli W\2li 0/4 U U/^U IU For Bleached Pec yard for Yard for Oil For Lootdale For Jioanue Pillow Cue*, Englith Flaa- Bed and Black or Ladles1 Embroidered lie 42x36; nelette; value Figured Print*, Choice Bleach- Btllc Haodkervalue 10c. 12fc. ralue 7c. od Muslin. cliieU; value 20c. 12c 6MC 12XC 75c 25c For Lidlea' Per yard for Wfalta Hem- ForBarnealey Oil Bed or For 1} yard (png Yard for Wool >*U<ihut Hami- All.T-i.ion WhSu? ThIiIa Vaatnur Booa; Eiderdown kerchiefs; vaTue Craih; voi'uo I Linen; value value 3160. ' Cloaking; value 20a 10a 20a 50c a yard. DRESS GOODS, CLOAKS, jjTC. 121-2C 29c I 35c 85c Per yard (or SO- Per yard for For 40-in. wide Per yard for 42 inch wide all Far 40-inch Gilbert's ail all wool, Silk to 54-inch wide wool Warp wide Novelty wool Novelty Finish Hen- Silk and wool Cloth or Sergea; Drees Goods; Clothe*; value rletta Cloth; Dress Goods; value 26c. value 50a 60a value 90a value $125. itin pa iti i nn mn aa min aa id A 1 aa $0 ou p yo $i ?u $15 uu $11 yu For28-inch long For 32-inch long For Children's For Ladiea' For Ladle*1 27- Electric Seal Amrachan Pur Trimtnod Tonriit Cloth Inch longConey Capea with Capea, heavjr Gretcben Capea; valuo Fur Capea; Tal- Brown Martin Batin Lined; Cloak*. $7 6a no $1000. Collar jvalne $25 value $18 00. ^0^ 0/i OR/i I OR/i QOrt ! fifl/i lb i'LXi aw av\i uau uou For Childreu't til wool or ForGents'Grey For good anal- For our rojjalar For Polled Fleece Lined Random Un- ity Gents' Un- 50o Whits Un- Coney Neck Hosiery; value dor wear; value laundriod Shirts lanndried Shirts Scarfs; value ate. 30c. 85c. 45c 99c $2 48 19c" 17c Per pair for all Good quality Por pair for eel- wool Scarlet or Per yard for For Felt Blinds, 10-4 White ebrated Zebra Barred Coantry yard wide Oil on Hartshorn Blankets. Novelty Blank-Blankets; value Cloths; valuo Spring Rollers, ets; value $150 00. 25c. We Are agents for Butterick Patterns. OTflKIF A W A 1 W W A. m. m. "W a. m m m. w Q^rrri CLOTH COATS?GEO. M. SNOOK ft. CO aft .THE STRIKE IS OVER, AND Mpfe Now They're Coming I I ^Sr Every day brings increasing * ilM quantities! We're talking about the Cloth Coats That have been seven and eight, weeks a-making. They come at a tUtilfMSvM tim#> when nnr remilar stock is al ijijP^ bUyerS W'" be m?re than Pleased made thC m0S' '"'PU" that will at once command favor. Jill Children's Finest Cloaks! m SNOOK I CO. WINTER CAPS?M. J. M'FAODEN. r one t\ < yy niiti j 5 Good Warm Caps, with plenty of band to pull down over the f f ears, and at reasonable prices. That's tile kind you want and the f i kind we have. All colors and shapes. ? \ Men'* Heavy Cloth Caps.. 25, 35, 50, 75c, ?1 00. \ i Men's Seal Plash Caps 75c, St OO, $1 25; # i Men's Far Cups SI 00, $1 25, $1 50. A Bovs' Heavy Cloth Caps .......25, 35, 50c. Boys'Seal Plash Caps ? 50c, $1 00. r [ McFADDMr?fTDsV32R2EHT 5 B CORK SOLE SHOES?J* C? LOCKS & CO I I Cork Sole Shoes.,?*- I K- The recojtniiod be?t Wlntor Shoo. In fact tho only thine th?t will 4 H |( insore you warm, dry foet, Wo carry STAOY ADAMS A CO.'B J H lino of Cork Hols Koodi. J | French Calf. Hand Welt. Full Cork Sole, (?4 0Q | I | Enamel Calf, Hand Wolt, Full Cork Sole, 0 QQ 'j K We alio hnvo a nino lino of Mon'a First Quality Calf, Hand Wolt, Fall Cork Solo, Congress or Lpce, at.. $3.00 \i [LOCKE'S Jst. 1 I ?T Hi ri- 1- j t i t FUNERAL PmCCTORS. GUE.NDEL k CO., . ml UAIK at am, Funeral directors. Promot Attention D?r or NigM. Slot* TUrohoM. *a. d 0. M- > jjgHgM? T?I<i>boo?. So. I. nqg V^IU ,V?UVU4i^VIM.t * Office* Kofc 20 and *7 Fourteenth StroeU Maw Advartiw??nti* Opera Hotve?A Back Knmber. Opera Houso-Faost. At the Chrl?Uan Chnrch To-night Execuior'n Notice?Benjamin Allltfon. Co-partnership ^otlee. Wanted?Two Young Men. IVrnds?Slmoson A Ilaxtett. ' loth Coats?Geo. M. Snook A Co.?Eighth % Ton Ear Ore rcoata?R Gundlin* & Co.? I Fifth Page. Munyon's Ho medics? Gtjcuo's Pharmacy. Fine Dinner Cards?I. 0. Dillon ? Co Children'* and HIsmi Cloak*?J. 8. Rhodes & Co. BlchCut Glassware?Ewing Bros. H A VIC your tfss tented for rlaaees # I i i ^ free of charge by 'JACOB \f. GUUBB, Jeweler and Optlelsn, Market and VwWftaTicBr Twelfth tract*. LOCAL. BltEVITUSS. H?tt?n at Minor Hoinaut la anil A bolt tba City. Tnn Gkind this evening?"The Life Guard." * Last night the police raided Anna Heinrich'e bonne of ill fame. Officers O'Brien and Fitzgerald made the arrests of the proprietress, girls and a man. The ladies of Wesley M. E. chnrcb, of the South Side, will give a Thanksgiving /tit,nor at tlm church next Tbursdav between the houra of 12 and 3 p. m. Born the Wheeling and Warwick potteries, on the Booth Bide, are ranning steadily, and at the latter planta night force ia being employed until 9 o'clock. The Ivy Bloaaom Athletic club, of the South Side, will give a dance next Thursday night, Thanksgiving night, at Henna A Howley'a ball, on Market atreot. Tub United Brewery Workera' local union will glre a dance at Morart ball, on the booth Side, next Wednesday evening. It is expeoted to be a well attended ovent. PrrBR Camphkll was sent to jail bv Squire Oillespy yesterday as a plain drunk. James Holland and Mike Oondrav whn wnra on & chnruft of theft. wore dismissed by the same justice yesterday. Uoubb A Herrmann expect to have thoir new building at tbo corner of Fourteenth and Marketatreeta in shape (or occupancy so (ar as the first two floors are concerned, the woek before Christmas. "Ox the Mississippi," the scenio production which was given at the Opera Honse laat night, was witnessed by a large audience and was rcoeived with delight The scenery, the play, the cast and the specialtiea wero all right. At the Christian church thlsevenipg Prof. Eugene Fenchtinger, of Bethany college, will open bis series of lectures on Wagner and his music. His first talk will be on "Parsifal." The aeries promises to bo one oi the moat enjoyable and profitable ever offered in this oitv. ? 1?t ' ?I? , I, 1. HIS WUOUIU1DII OI IUD UlkT'lHB ?u?u?ing of securing the globe girdler, Thomas StovenB, for one of his lectures here in the nepr future. He recently returned from India and has some interesting experiences with the famou? jugglers of that sun kissed laud that are rotated In the lecture. Rbv. Mr. Bumory, of the A. m. E. church, of Wheeling, Will preach the opening sormon of the newly organized A. M. E. church, of Bridgeport, next Sunday at 2:30 o'clock, in what is known as the old Catholic church. This church has been very nicely and handsomely prepared for divine worship. A large attendance is expected from Martin's Ferry, Wheeling and Bellaire. Kev. Charles Coleman, of the A. M. E. church, of Bellaire, will assist in the installation, and all are invueu. Old Clttson Dies. Nicholas Spoidol, o! the Booth Side, died at his resilience yesterday morning after a lone illness, broucht about by old age. Mr. Bpeidel was one o( the old timers and waa once employed under tho city board of publio works. At Clerk llook'* onion. Clerk Hook ye?terday lisued a marriOKo license to Harry rilnck, aged 22, nud Edna Bailey, aged 23, of Pitts uurxu, i u. Iiobnrt Franklin Wiedman was made guardian ol Samuot, a^ed 13, and Marcaret Wiedman, nfloJ 9, and gave bond In $30, with Goorgo Wiedman no surety. Arreitn by rhe Police. Ilenry Schwitz was arrested yettorday by Officer Trischlor m a plain drunk. Officer Scalloy ran in Kllie Howard on a charge of disorderly conduct. Sho bit another girl with a poker. Later tbo complainant, Mrs. Albright, who koepa a rostnurnnt on Market street, and one of her dining room girls wore brought before SqniroPotorraan on poaco warrants, and each was hold in $100 bond to keep the poace for a year. A FINE ART DISPLAY. Tho finest display ot photographs ever inaiici in tho oity is now to bo soon in the street case at tho entrance to O'Neills gallery, No. 1205 Market street. For uniformity of tono, for graceful anil artistic posing, and ior oxcelleaco in workmanship, the photographs now to 1 bo soon in tins case ran* tar noovo nnything ever before loon in this city. | It will pay all lovers of art to walk several squares out of their way in order to tako a look at these picturos. A visit to the studio yostorday found all hands busily engagod on tho holiday work, which they are finishing a* speodily as possible in order to accommodate tho large patronago thoy anticipate from now on until Christmas. Judging from tho number of sittings they were makingyoitorduy, thoso wishine'work for the holidays will do well to loavo their ordori early. Auction of unsold goods at to-night's 13a*aar. Glmppnlettr'a llronoJilul euros bronchitis and croup. 5 Puhkst, boat linvorod, moat popularSmith Browing Oo.'a ale and portor. Special for tlm Leader. Tho Loader, 1020 Main street, announces for to-day the following special features: Clark'fl Thread 3c per spool Crochet Cotton *lc per spool. 260 flno $125 0-4 Chenille Covers at 09c. 1,000 Curtain Ends at 15, 10, 25, 29 and 33c. Red Lettor Sale of Cloaks, Olankots and Comforts continued. Como early and socuro choice. Tint Lbadkr, 1020 Main street. Fmbd oysters at tho Bazaar to-night* MINERS' C3MMITTK From the Blaooh Mlnsi, Where the Explosion Ooourrod, yisrrs the wheeling miners. One of tbe Womidod Minor* Broucht Here Yeeterdoy and Taknn to tbe North Wheeling Ho?pltal?A. Motb? mant for tho Hello! ?t tho Vlotlmi ro bo Started?A Situ Sleeting Talked ot At tho meeting of the miners' local anion at Trades Assembly hall last ni/htthere was present a committee of minors from the Blanch mine, where the explosion occurred on Tuesday, kill* ing seven men and wounding three. The ] families ot the victim*, especially that of John Donnelly, are in destitution, ' and this committee hoped to enlist tho < aid of the miners and others in Wheeling to raise a fund for their relief. One I of the Italian miners who was killed on Tuesday had wrftten to bis wife in Itsly only Sunday, telling her to get ready to c come here in the spring, and to sell the little home they owned in the old coun- 3 try. One ol his friends will write to her t at once, telling her of his fate and ad vis- ' ing her to hold on to her home. ihe committee which came here yes- ' terday was composed of George Benbow, . Patrick Devinney, Patrick McGivern, I Andrew AioIIo and Joseph Aloe. Tbep brought (jtspari Gaunl to the North t Wheeling hospital, and the minor# agreed to pay lilt expense* there if tho ' Blanch company refuses to do to, which , It is expected to. ' Aiollo and Aloe reaent the atatemant that the Italians habitually use too t much powder. They claim that the Italians are aa intelligent and as careful aa any othere, and it in a fact that the " explosion o! Tuesday was started in a colored man'e, William Morris's, room, and not in an Italian's. The miners here (elt great sympathy for the bereaved familioi and the wounded men at the Blanch mines, and after a great deal of discussion n com- mittee waa appointed, consisting of I Messrs. Jerry Mead, Charles banders and W. S. Berisiord, to trait on Mayor 2 Caldwell and ask him to call a meeting of citizena to take steps to raise fundi ? for the relief of the destitute. If any persona could have seen the victims' S families on Wednesday when an Ixtuj-igbnciik reporter visited them, he 3 would be willing to divide hia last dol- . " ... >i-? r* ii- > lar ior ineir ronei. .urs. i/unusuy ? would like to keep ber eight children together, if possible, bnt has no meant 2 oi supporting them. The miners wonld like to let her up in lomo modest bail- C nest by which the could keep ber family. IMPROVING ITS MNK. ! A Now Fender Doing Put on Wlxeellnc Ball way earn. Some time ago the city council postedan ordinance to the eflect that tho Wheeling Railway Company thould put safety fenders on the cars of its street enr line. Tho limit given the company was extended so that investigation at to tho best fender could be 1 made. General Manager Wright, of the eompany, after examining the fenders uted in a number of cities, has de- e cided upon one which Is to be at once applied to all of tho cars of the com puny, xHQ lenuer aociuou upon is one that is attached to the (root of tho truolc of the car, and not to*tho body of the car as ia done with other fenders. The advantages of a fonder appliod to tho truck is that in making sharp tnrns, of which there aro many on tho Wheeling line, the fender does not "take up half the street." Thore is ono matter in connection with the use of fenders on street cars in Wheeling that makes thoir use not so effective as it might otherwise bo?that is the fact that at n number of places on tho road thero are obstructions on the track that rise as high as Ave inches above the rail, sucli as water plugs, otc., so that a fender must be placed at least six inchea ahovo the rail. In othor cities the fender is placed about three inches above the rail and of course is more effective. Tho fender adopted by the Wheeling company is the same aa is in use in Cincinnati and Covington, Ky. General Manager Wright has also devised a method of boating tho street cars by oloctricity <md a force of men is now at work on tho radiators, four of t -i. ... i... ...i. _ u WHICH uru I'J uu (IUILUU ju um;u i;ur. *>c~ lore tho really cold weathor comcis the cam will all be equippod with tho device which trials have shown will easily iieat tho cars. Special for tho Leader. Tho Loader, 1020 Main street, announces for to-day tho following special features: Clark's Thread 3c per spool. Crochet Cotton 4c por spool. 250 fine $1250-4 Chenille Covers at 69c. 1,000 Curtain Ends at 15, 19, 25, 20 and 33c. Red Letter Sale of Cloaks, Blankets and Comforts continued. Como early and securo choice. Tub Lbadkk, 1020 Main street. Cheap l'ork. What is nooro appetising than a dolicious sparo rib? Owing to tho low rate hogs are selling at tho present time Messrs. F. Scbenk & Sons are prepared to furnish at the lowoat prices of tho market choico spare ribs, oflai, tondorloin and backbono, and consumers would do well to malco their purchases at once beforo tho rates are advanced, as these favorablo conditions will bo of but short daration. Bo sure to call at bchenk'a meat emporium, Market street, before buying. You are bound to be satisfied both with the quality of tho moat and the prices. The Pan-Handlo Dyeing establishinent, ownod by John lioUmoior, at No. 1431 Markot street, is the best equipped' houooof its kind in Wheolinu. In addition to the dyoing and closninu' departmentsacorps of llrst-clasa tailors aro employed, wlio can do repairing as neat ai it is possible. Olothoa and ladies' garments, cloaned or dyed, can be mado to look liko now. Satisfaction guaranteed. . Cnti.nRgN'w afternoon at tho Bflganr. WATCH ES?SHEFF BROS. 8rto Gold and Silver Wntoboa itt mioolnl IfLiilU. prices for Uie next low H you am vhinkJcErsZZZ*?u V i?K of buy I tit; n wntcn gKwffiZ flg/Tyv'Sk for n* holiday elft you Afr (jy c?n <1o mi *t this, wile mttSfifo ~7~ T-A?lby pnrln* a vpurt HMv '!avo 11 ,nl" M,<1? nntl1 WvM(wld Watches from WsJv? (fa TOfif niul^ Hilvor from JSIIEFF BROS'., IIIUHII.VVI IIKKT. NoH dout lo Suook 4 Co, uoD-nhMw si OVEBCOATS-THE HUB CLOTHIERS. ? IT fS^- I ASTONISHING What a Craze There is for Long Overcoats! 3ut no matter what length you may want, it is here, anj ;ut to Fit, too. We have spoilt many a tailor's order thj) season by fitting men who would have had their coatj nade to measure but for our assortment. See it by al neans if you contemplate purchasing an Overcoat thij season. We will save you several dollars and guarantee fou satisfaction, too?satisfaction as to quality, fashion it and price. Come in and see for yourself how true our lewspaper statements are, Don't take our word for any? hing. Come in person and examine the garments thor>ughly, see the quality of the fabrics and trimmings, the vorkmanship, style and general get-up of the garments, ry them on and see how well they fit, note the low prices, ind see if you don't agree with us that We Can ClotheYou Better for Less Money rhan any one else in town. This is Overcoat weather, md the man who purchases one without seeing our asiortment is simply doing himself an injustice. All the ne? ihapes, in all the popular fabrics, tailored to fit, to look md wear well, and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. >top in to-morrow or whenever it suits your convenience ind see how easily and how economically you can be ilothed at THE HUB ifis" Fourteenth and Market Sts. 'he Largest and Only Strictly One-Price House in the State A IT TICKLES YOU ? ME INSTANT RELIEF roll OCT FK0H * Mi jsk i5L I lAimiiun f iMSSSKUMINN = iS? HOT DROPS. I :' nilRFS ollc, CrnmpB, Diarrhoea, Flux, W4 I I wmmw vuuicru nioruus, abubcq, tnaugcp OI water, etc. II up AI 0 Cats, Bnrni, Bruises, Scratches, \ '< i ilLHLO Bites of Animals, Serpents, Bugs, etc. i ? DDCIIfC I|D Colds, Ln Grippe, Xuflnents, i ' ' | DllUllVO Ui Croup,. Sore Throat, etc* J ? ! SMELLS GOOD. TASTES GOOD. ; ; sold Every where at 25c and 50c Pat Borne. No Relief, No Pax. \ \' ; ; HERB MEDICINE CO. [Formeriy'of Weston, W.Va.J SPRINGFIELD, 0. J J | 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 sale at regular wholesale price. A rare opportunity is now afforded you to furnish your home with good furnishings at same price of cheap goods when paying a dealer's profit. Do"? miss this chance. J. K. HALL, Assignee of A. Frew, H17 MMN STREET.