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CLOAKS AND CAPES-STONE ? THOMAS.
CTONE&THOMAS. t 1 1 /^ _ _ _ uioaKs ana L>apes. Racks and Shelves to be emptied, no matter what the loss. If you are wise you will come early. One table.fall of Children*** Eiderdown Cloaki, Braid Tritnmed, re- QQa dnced 'to . .. - w Ou t.KU full fit (1hilrlr?n-'a (ir?tc!ir>n Cloaks. ?iZ03 4 tO 14, At $ 0 fifl each. Reduced from $4 00 and $4 50. 0' UV Two racks full of Children'* Gntehan Cloaks at tfJO RfJ nn/1 0 1 Rrt which represent aboat on?-li?M of former price. qju.l/V/ QUU $ 'fiUV About ten Ladies' Golf Cloth Ctepej, Plaid Lining, at Cj 4 K A Former price $8 50. $ tiUv About eighteen Ladles' Cloth Cn)>69, some Half Silk Lined, alio Silk Ilood Former price $9 OOarid 812OTL $4.98 flD(l $ 6,00 Sixteen Ladies' Tourist Cloth Capes, elegantly appliqued with (arae material, alao Velvet Collar, at - V 0 Rfl Farmer price $15 00 nod $16M. v OiUU About ton Ladies'F.lectric Seal Pur Capes, Browa Martin Collars, T\t..ffW A rtA Keduced (rum $18 00. ifflU.UU Fifteen Ladies' Elesant Seal Capei, Brown JIartin Collars, at..tf>JR nnj tf>4 C Rfl Keduced from Sio 00 and S28 00. 0'u 1UU <J>10.UU Finer Capes opto .. Q OR (] All at proportiooaie redactions. l|) OUi UU FLANNELS Ffty piocei All-Wool Country Flannel#, at Tbe'^Sc k'nil BLANKETS !-? Savontv-fivi- nalr AH-Wuol R?d auj BUck Barrod Counirv Blankatj at..^ 0 OR Value S3 50. >M-AU . FLANNELETTE!?^ 2,000 yorda neat atylea of Flaunelelte, iw. all desirable ahades. Price fi3/n overywhere 12*c, at .. .. V/Qv Agents for Butterick's Patterns. ? ?* i *?< r? m w * <r\ n ji a r\ gjUNfc<56 1 HUM AO. I*. S.-Wa Continue Selllit?j RemrUuiIer of Hollrtay Good* nt Exactly IIALF PIUCK. I . I BLANKETS-GEO. M- SNOOK A CO j feiver Meet J Eft The Man, j Who, when it rained, invariably carried no 1 umbrella, and, when he did, it likewise failed to rain ? Happened that way with our Blanket announcement the other day ! Did you read it ? in it we called attention to a lot of the LARGEST N size Ail-Wool Country Blankets at $3 95 a pair. Come quick. Not many left at this price. But this is only ONE of the lots upon which we name prices that make every pair a prize to the lucky buyer. " r IT Tl Uj. 1 nat was a nappy i nuugiu When we penciled a new price on the tickets of our BLACK DKESS GOODS, about ten days ago ! Intended to withdraw these prices after Christmas, but the pleasure of selling hundreds of Black Dresses quickly has become so resistless that we will permit these remarkable prices (of course they're low ones) to continue indefinitely. Buy that Black Dress now?50 weaves. Big Indian Hampers 98c up. ?,! .?> , 1/ 1 . .[p. 1 p.pr? Lines still unbroken. CLOAKS AND CAPES. Prices stiil the Lowest. Geo. m. SNOOK & CO. UiyiBRELLAS-M. J. M'FADDEN. L" * f~ 7ttm]brellasT! I \ $ / w AT SPECIAL PRICES 4 J 'i ?THIS WEEK.? * * G!tc lor SI 00 Surge Umbrella*, j 08c for $1 25 Gloria Umbrella*. , f i $ $1 IS for SI 60 Silk Gloria Umbrellas. 6 a gJ $1 oO for $2 00 SI Iff Scrim Umbrella*. A " ff $2 50 for finest Union bilk Umbrella*. f * / \ n^COIPA.IDIDE3Sr'S, j ' * * 1U20 and 1S2S Market Street. \ SHOEJj_C LOCKE d. CO r- ^T- T T -*- *- ^ ^ T ^'-E- > ? JUST A FEW MORE DAYS TO BUY j \) ri _ i I ^hopirnm aro tliiJluc our lino of Lailai' Flno Dongola qjn r\f\ 4 I noiiaay Flexible Solo Sbneijn?t right >1 T OU^-Nrto for Gentlemen, in Cronuluo Kangaroo Hand Welti make valua* qjq nr* ) L OllOcb ble Chrlstmaa present* ^O.UU J [ A r,rl our linn of Mlsso*' Vic! Kid, lixtonMon Sole. Patent Tip, Fprlug <? 1 rye ) nilU IIool. uro olcgunt .Shot-9, at ?pi..^O /< I', Ci;?M/s?.? for Oentlcmen and Indies. In fine Plush. Chenille, cm- (Pi f\f\ > OlipperS brolderod.allwlon.nl vPi.UU ? > A 4* once biijrera are Impressed with our Hue of fk'Utlcmim'a flno Velvet Km- 7C? 1 broMered Sllppors ut l vJU , > | rvr^l/P'Q Hoa?lquartori for Stacy Adam* it Co.*a Men's Fino 4 L.UVji\Ui O) Mhoo?. We have then in Calf, Kangaroo, mid Patent QQ ' [LOCKE'S. j FUNERAL DIHECTOHS. G MENDEL & COL, , 1121 MAIN* STREET. Funeral Directors. Promot Attention Day or Night. Eton TdeohoM. No. ? 0. tA. MeniM'i Rf.ldgnf TW?phoo*. No. ]. no?g__ ?ic.Sntcllijcnrer Olliret Not. Ufi uml 37 Fonrti-tuthMmU Jfew AdrcrtlnemenU. Property Owners and Tenants?s*eon4 page. Legal Notice?Board of Public Works?Seoond page. Opera Honae?Mr Wilfred Clarke. Stockholders' Meeting?Exchange Bank. Royal fblad Dressing?O. V. Harding <* Co. # Remainders iu Iiojks?Stanton's Old City Book Store. owner* of Property?Rolf & Zane. Notice?H. (J. Zn ne Administrator's Notice-James Cummin*. Ever .Meet the Mao-Geo. M. Snook ?t Co.? Eighth Pago. Cloaks and Cape*-Stone A Thomas?Eighth Page. List's Honey. Toln and Tar. Assignee's Notlce-J D. Elton. Holiday Good?? Albert >rtolzc <k Co. Pasture Tickets?H. f. Behren*. Rich Cut Olasairare?Ewlng Bros. fJO.OOO to toan?Simpson &i Ilazlctt Buy Now?John Frledel it Co. Music?Edw. Blu men berg. PIIESEIIYE YOUR HEALTH AND BE COMFORTABLE By wearing our excellent Underwear nnd Unexcelled Half Hose nt Lowest Price*. We are inaklfis; to order, At a great re. ductlon, elegant Overcoat* nt 820 00, and u kpecial ltue of AU*Wool Trousering* at 6 00. C. UES? ft SON-. Fanlilonahle Tailors and Gents' Famish* ers, 13 31 and 1343 .Market Street. >)A Pnp Panf Until January 1, on all i er lcih Kurnllure ol, our flrtt DiSCOIint Boor. O. MKNDEL4CO. tested^' tor g I a s %e ? JACOB W. GItCBD, Jeweler and Optlnan. Mnrknt uud ^^SiSrmSr Twelfth atreeta. Water Kenta Oua. Water rents now due and are subject to a discount of 10 per cent if paid be* fore December31. Not taking advantage of this diicount is eiuivaient to borrowing money at the rata of 40 per cou: per annum. Can yon afiotd this? Office op*n erer/ night uutil 8 o'clock. Ai Clock Hook'a Office. Clerk Hock yemerday issued a marriage license to Thomas Hutf, a widower, aged 38, of Wetzel county, and Mary Bennett, aged 34, a widow, of Wheel* ing. Michael Finnecnn qualified as administrator of the estate of Kate Finnegan, ileceaeed, and gave bond in $50, with Thomas F. Thonera* surety. A Hij* Improvement. Bids are being receivod for the reconstruction of tlie Chapman &Soas businesa house on Main street, now occupied by W. T. Burt. The building will be heightened from three to five stories, will have a handsome and modern Front and will be otherwise extensively improved. Franzlieim, Giesev Jc Faris have the plans and bids close tomorrow. Only One Cnte Yesterday. In the police court yesterday morning Mike Alectoweki, a Pole from Dillontrale, Ohio, was arraigned on a charge of Jisorderly conduct, and was let go on promising to go homo and be good. The tramp who was let go the day before on condition that he leave town, ind was run iu again by Officer Morau in the afternoon, was sent to the hill on the former commitment. Dl??! lit (he Iuflritmrj. At 6 o'clock last evening James Simmons, a native of England, died at the :ounty infirmary of asthma, aged sovmty-three years. It is understood that tie had relatives in Wheeling, but they liad not been hsard from up to last night, and Superintendent Pebler decided that if he did not get word from them to-day he would bury the remains in tho infirmary cemotery at 3 p. m. Belmont County runner* to 31eoU The Belmont County Farmers' Institute will bo held at St. Clairsville next rhursdny and Friday, January 3 and 4. Among those from a distance who are upon the programme aro Dr. Marsh, president of Mt. Union college, H. P. Miller, who is in charge of the experiment department of the Ohio Farmer, tmd Miss Mary A. Ilollingshead, teacher in tho Wostom iteeorve School of Oratory of Cleveland, who is well known in Belmont county. B. C. Lupton, of Mt. Pleasant, and Si isa Eva Grimes, a prominent voting elocutionist of Uniontown, are nlao on the programme. Counrtl to Sleet To-night. Yesterday an agreemeut was reached by which the Ropuhlican and Democratic members of council agreod to hold a meeting this evening. In accordance with this agreement President Wnteriiouse, of the secoud branch, ! yestorday ordered a meeting called, the call saying that the meeting was for the ' purpose of going into joint session to | elect a chief of the fire department. It! is undorstood that all the members ! will be present. A meeting of the council committee on health had been called earlier, but in view of the council meeting it is not probable that the committeo will be able to hold a meeting. A Fight with Chicken Thieve*. An old nrnn named Patrick Riley, living on the line of the Hall; mo re <& Ohio railroad, in Belmont county, Ohio, had qnito n hennery and was much annoyed by thieves, but the other night he laid for them, and when ho heard a racket iu that neighborhood he went out to the roost armed with a sharp edged corn cutter. The thieves were in sido his stable, and there were a jiuiidozon of them. They saw Riley coming and began pouring out of the stable door. Aa the ilrat of them ran by him ho struck out with his corn cutter. He Huccooded in sanding two stout blows homo, one on the shoulder of ouo man, while another blow cut a man on the head. The men then ran into him and knocked the old man down, so that ho could do nothing more, and tho thieves Hot away with fifteen chickens. Tim Modern Mother has found that her little ones are improved more by tho pleasant laxativo, Syrup of Fign, when in need of the laxative otTect of a gentle remedy than by any other, and that it is more acceptable to litem. Children onjov it and it benefits them. The truo remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by tho California Fig Syrnp Co. only. Goon ale is tho best bovorage just now. Try Smith's.^ on Pai< ('mil: Until January J, on nil ~w rurnuurn on our nr?i Discount ??"?? o. mknmsl * co. Smith Browing Co. makes the best alo, portor and brown stout. OA I>ni* runt t "HI .Intiunrjr 1, on nil %U 1(1 * i lit p?rnjtur? nu our flrnt IMSCOIIUI rto"r- O. MKN1>KL ?t CO. Phyhiciani rocoiumond Smith Browing' Co.'a alo as u wholeiomo bevorago. THE FORT HENRY GLUB Gava Its Annual Reception and Daoco Ynatfrday Evening-. IT WAS A VERY BRILLIANT AFFAIR Attended bj About One Hundred and Fifty?The Decorations of the Club House Were a Feature of the Affair? Dancing Followed the Reception ? The Corning AM?ombly Dance and Other Social ICrenu. HE annual winter reception and dance of the Fort jyfifts 3?.)l Henry Club 00 curred last night Wat the club's hand-; > frome and coin modioli* home it the corner of Fourteenth and Chap p- line streets. The ' number ot the J club's member* and lady friends who attended compared favorably with pait functions of a similar character, and in brilliancy last night's was one of the best. The I various apartments of the club house were arranged and decorated especially for the occasion, and the taste displayed in this was so noticeable aa to attract comment and induce exprosrions of admiration from many of the club's guests. The reception Instod from 7 to 9:30, and at the latter hour fully seventy-live couples were in the building. Every room from the parlor and reception ?* ami ftilliur/) rnAina ifu tilled, and r most delightful evening was passed, various forma of amusement holding sway until 9, when tho enticing strains of music by the Opera House orchestra charmed many to the dance's maze. Supper whs served in the ludies' dining room under tho supervision of the club's caterer. It was an early hour this morning when tlte fort iLenry annual became a memory, The second assembly dance of the prosent season will occur at the McLnre house 011 next Monday night?New Year's eve?and it is expectei to be. possibly, the most prominent social event of the year in Wheeling society. The new year will be ushered in in the midst of the affair, and then the pleasures of tho dance will be shelved while the youthful "1895" receives the attention it deserved. The committee in charge is hard at work preparing for the second of the assemblies. The New Year's dunce and reception of the Island club occurs next Tuesday, and will be one of the principal features of the day in Wheeling society. tiHIiuuu. Culver. Mr. John Heilmannand Miss Virginia Culver wore married at the home of the groom at iTulton, Rev. Mr. Ul/ort officiating. The attendants were Mr. Henrv C. Sloan and Miss Lizzie Heilmann. After the ceremony the newly wedded couple went to the residence of the bride's parents, where a fine wedding feast was spread and a good time en joy fid by All. BLACll l'ltl >CE LODHK Elects Officer# for the Ensuing Six Months. The lustnllutlou. Last night Black Prince lodge Xo. 19, K. of P., held (ho semi-aunual election of officers, which resulted as follows: C. C., John Enflolhardt; V. C., Benjamin Schoenor; P., William H. Bowler; M. A. Charles Hirst; M. of E., Philip Youngman; K. of R and 8., ?. N. Hirat; M. of W., W. O.Thomas; I. G.. 0. L Ullery; 0. O., H. C. Fuhr; Trustees, II. C. bonno and J. B. Thomas. Tlioao officer* will be installed .lanuary 3, 1895, by H. C. Senne, D. D. G. C.t and at that time the lodge will also be instructed in the new secret work of the order by the Granp Lodge representative*, li. (j. .Senne and J. B. Thomas. The lodge is in a flourishing condition. At the noxt meeting tho first degree will also be conferred on two candidates, and ihi- ceremony will be more than usually irapresflive. All brother Knights are invited to bo there on that occasion. Jr. O. V. A. 31. Election. Last evening Lincoln Council Xo. 28, Junior Order United American .Mechanics, elected the following officer* for the ensuing term: Commander, Louis Sonda; vice commander, Creor^e Prettyman; assistant recording secretary, Samuel E. Spring; recording secretary, C. W. McCho?ney; financial secretary, S. K. Spring; treaaunrv, T. II. Morgan; conductor, I). B. Carr; warden, G. li. McDonald; insido sentinel, W. H. Farr; out?ide sentinel, Charles Stoger; trusteo, D. T. Spring; chaplain, D. A. Hinten. The deputy stato councilor of the this district was present during the election, and H. L. Kullerton, one of tho popular nast councilors of this council, presided. Clinpp?l?nr'? Itrunclilnl curea bronchitis and croup. 5 Oft Pn? f nilf Until January 1, on nil ** wT. vc"1. Furniture on our flr?t DiSCOllIlt 1). MKNDKLftCO. IjKOTUKfS. Nanpuro Oprnkn. A nntivo of Japan will lecturo on I "Japan and her Institutions/' also eivo a brief sketch of * the causes of the Chinese ami Korean trouble, in the lecture room of the First Christian church, Market street, at 8 o'clock p. m., December 31, (New Year's Eve). Corno ( and hear of this interesting people by one of them. Admission, 25 cents. M?k* a Not* of it. Jt you are going west of Chicago no mistake will be made by traveling via the Chicago, Milwaukee 8t, Paul lailwav. It ?h first class in every respect, (solid vestibuled. electric-lighted, steamheated trains. Two hour* between Chicago and Milwaukee and sevon fast | trains each way daily with parlor car Borvice. Send_your name and addrca* to John k. 1'ott, annuel pasaotiyur ! agent, Willianieport, Pit, for ono of their ensincer-ruled, vo?t pocket memorandum books, containing a calendar for 1895. ' *>0 Vnr Poilf Until .Innunry 1, on nil -u i or tent ParnUurM nnJ olir flr., Uisi'Olint Ho?r. O.HENDEL&CO. C1IA KOF.hy tho'onlfSolent III" Opt^ iu Ihesute, PROF. SHEFF. 1110 Slnlii SfriM'i, Next door to Saook d: Co. uo29-i?*w listen to the bells-the h<jb clothiers. oun wish. j May every home and every heart be filled ^ to overflowing with peace and happiness, J -1- - Phri(>mlc aIH f\r 0 maKing uiis uib iiiw?i?i ?* ?*? ?* ? w? ^ ... young have ever known. ^ , T ISTEN TO THE BELLS! , THEY'RE RINGING OUT THE GLORY OF 01R SUIIEKB STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS. + + It is the grandest display of wardrobe delicacies we've ever made or that you've ever seen. Yon want to see it: we want vou to see it / Every feature is a special creation to our order for our exclusive showing like a mammoth Christmas tree. Our entire two floors are loaded down with dainty and desirable gifts for all mankind. So easy to reach, the prices bring them so low. One peep inside the door and your glance will drink in a thousand answers to the perplexing question, what to give. Our variety is well nigh exhaustless: our force is ample ; our system is perfect, and everybody will be promptly served, but the earlier in the day the less crowded you'll find our store. But early or late, you win una us at our posts. Jl^'Special Sale all this week in our Boys' and Children's Department. Prices that will make the goods move at a pretty rapid gait. Our little friends arc invited to call and see the real live Santa Clans every afternoon and evening in onr south window. THE HUB Mi HATTERS AND FURNISHERS. Largest aod Only Strictly Oae-Prlca House In the Slate. FURNITURE AND CARPETS. I Th?t.^ing New Year Is the time to begin to save. You could not begin in a better way than to buy your Furniture and CarpetS ? 'at cost :??mam? Remember, a dollar saved is a dollar earned. The more you buy the more you earn. Good House Furnishing Goods has become one of the necessities of life, and why deprive your' f e H sell oi a oeauurui ana comrortaDie nome wnen the goods can be secured so cheap. The large amount of goods we have sent out for Christmas, and which can be seen in a great many homes in the city, is sufficient proof we are selling the goods as represented. J. IC HALL, Assignee of ALEX. FREW, 1117 Main Street.