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_DRY GOO DO ANO NOTION3-3TONE *.
TON E &'THOMAS.
Buying strictly for cash, no matter how large the pur
chase, selling the same way, Is the reason this stoic soils
below all competition.
THIS WEEK'S INDUCEMENTS:
200 Celebrated Chicago Carpet
Sweepers. This week *t-$I IS
A + -j r~ r Extra-size Figured
t\ I ? ^ L. Door Matts. Value
This week at 25c
Mf ^ ~ 46-lnch wide All
UUL. Wool Silk Finish
Henrietta Cloth, the regular $i oo
quality. Tills week at 69c
Choice of big line
of 50c Men's Knit
Overshirts at 29c
At 39c. ed Chenille Stand
Choice of 500 Fring
ed Chenille Stani
Covers. This week at 39c
M(t ~ _ Ladies' All
4>2 9y wool cioth
Wrappers. Velvet Trimmed, reduced
from$5oa rhixweekat?.$2 95
M-nr 36-inch wide All
ZL)L. wool Serjes and
Henrietta Cloth. Choice this
week > 29c
dies' and Children's Underwear at
Half Price and less.
r 100 dozen Men's
^ LJL. Unlaundried White
Shirts, the 50c kind. This week
MCt . Choice from
1 1 J J al)out a dozen
Ladies' All-Wool Serce or Cloth
Suits, former price $$, $tonnd-? 12.
This week.... $1 %
bleached Seamless J
Sheeting. This week at it l-'-c
At 5'??? yards
r\Lz^./4L. inch wide P
This week at 4 !f-4c I
At $ 1 98.
?/ size Odor
less Fur Rugs.
This week at $1 i)Si
At $1 9^. ?
full 10-4 size, were $4, This week
at $1 95
r le t
or Ladies' Choice
Bleached Muslin at 6 1-tc
, 2,000 yards 58
ia?h wide Ren
frew Red -'Table Lenen. Value
45c. This week at - 25c
We're not giving them away, but almost. See
the Ladies' Cloth Capes at $498; the ?io 00
kind. All Cloaks and Capes reduced in propor
Twenty thousand yards Embroideries at 2, 4, 6,
8, 10c and up. Some extraordinary bargain's.
STOCK-TAKING FINISHED-GEO. M- SNOOK & CO.
TOCK-TAKING IS FINISHED
And thousands of dollars worth of New
Spring and Summer Goods have been
placed on sale to-day, and thousands of
dollars worth of delayed shipments will be
added during the next few days to come.
No such lines of Dry Goods have ever
before been shown by us?never such
large and complete lines: such beautiful and artistic styles;
such startlingly low prices.
The evidence of YOUR OWN eyesight, the touch of
YOUR own fingers, the result of YOUR OWN reasoning,
will corroborate all we say. Will you come and investigate?
part of Dress
Satines, G i n g -
'?MODES AND FABRICS,"
A monthly fashion publication can
bo sciMiroil here free of c'.iargo tlur
Inj tlio Hist ilu.vs of cvich mouth.
February number now In.
opened consist in
Housefurnishing Linens, Sheets and Sheetings, Pillow Cases, Bed
Spreads, Towels, Hosiery, Underwear, etc.
Yes, the .LOW PRICES will startle you 1
Not stopped selling winter goods yet. Too many to pack away.
Will not pack a single Cloak, if some low price will sell it. Offering
any of them at less than half price now, but will make additional con
cessions if these prices do not move them. Close them out we mu3t
Who wants a genuine Marten Cape that is marked S83 QQ
Or a Prince Albert Coat worth f.20 to $30 for - ? $9,90.
These are two examples of how we propose to do it.
wirThe Low Prices named in last advertisement still continue.
' ' SNOOK & CO.
BARGAINS?M. J. M'Fa6dEN.
1 ill -a??.SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK
. I2ic for Finn Cnm*r? Hair
V 12}0 for Pirioflt Llnon Collars, now ?tyloB.
A 250 for r.lotrnnt Silk Necktlo?. roducod from 50 contn.
49c for Fin? Nhlrm, radncad from 75 conts.
35c nnrt 50c for Onr Qwn Mako of Finn Whito Shirte.
50o for Pino did ttlotaa, radtcad frara 7fi cant*.
75o far V/arrnntod Jonni f'nnta that aro worth SI 00.
! MpFADDPN'S 0nc-Pi'ice 5tore'
\ 1U.V 1 jIX JlJ \J JLi X l Tim Chonyoit Sfcoro in Whittling,
y 1320 AND 132? MARKET STREET.
() flfirw* #r? nelllnpf YTInWir Uaftirnrw. nt rt4uc?4 prleiw.
FUNERAL 01 RECTORS.
G' MUNDKr. it CO., " "
? ll.'l .MAIN STHKKT,
Prompt Attention Day or Nlglit.
Store Toloulioii., No. ?. u. a?ud?l'?
I.H'ltlt'lH'O 1ol>M?tni||Q, Xd. I, 1|0^J
Olllci)i Sum Ud ami 117 I'mirT
Notice?W. (', T. U.
M, f)f* ,;"r' No!? nnJ Throat-Win. 8. Uatcblni,
Alpha I'oritand Comont.
"niiio-l?An K*|.vrlonc?<l Cook.
>> Mined?Mnii to Manage Uruucli Omce
IJfnqilot Umps-lEwJug Uroi
I'lmt-t liiii HonrtlId:r.
;i iriniii Op?ru llotisfl?"fllde Tracked."
*?no a and Munjou's-UooUs's I'laurmaoj.
I ritl?KltV!2 VOUIl 1I15AT.TH AM) UK
Son?) All.JV.iil Tron..rlnr. i,t
Ti"-" ????"????* "rJjLh.
tr?, lJJlnml IJ^a Mnrki't Street.
IIAVII your ryri
tested for clniioi
free of olmrico by
JACOII W. U11UI1IJ,
Jeweler and OptU
clan. Mitrhoi nud
Fire lu the Country.
Monday afternoon tliu farm houso of
John Umpbol, out Uiii Wheoliugcroak
tliroo inlle. abovo Klin Grove, cauuht
Uro from a defective iluo and burned to
tile ground. Campbell navod a nortlon
? ill! '",r,""Uro', bl" hl? !<"? ? ovor
f ,000 with no insurant:.. iVeiKhbora
attempted to control the lire, but it had
too much of a ?tart.
II. Stol. I'unr Dollar*.
^ estorday a commercial traveler
bought some clirars at the Hotel Wind
?or news itand. When he went to
"S'lt ono "looker on sualclied ??! of his
chanso and run. Tlio thief was not ar
restod, but is known, and it was said
last night that ho would return the
I money and there would ho no prosec^U
One Man Pnld Up.
I t\ ^?^or(Ja>* ^10 P?\ico court produced
I tlio first revenue since tiio newforco
I came on, and then only one man paid.
I ilua was A. Robinson,"who war lined
j y nnu costs for drunkenness, and had
I tho cash. \Irginin Robinson, colorod,
I on charge* of disorder and carrying u
concealed razor, got tlfteen and thirty I
days. 8. If. lloldcn, for disorderly con- I
I I1?*' 7,e,u U;) ^or lhir'y (,aya in dofault
of ins fine. r. Winslow, a vagrant, wai 1
[ released on promising to loave town.
| Tho Carroll Club.
A meeting of the committee an- i
poinlod to solicit subscriptions for the
| Carroll club was held last night and |
very encouraglnn reports ware made,
there is agreatdoal of quiot entnusiasni
boini; shown in the matter and a verv
lull attendance is expected at tho flr.'t
regular meotini: of etockholdors which
| will belield at Conveuthall nextTnurs
. day evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Share- 1
I holders will pay the lirst instalment of
. stock at tins mooting, diroctors will bo
chosen and the club will be put on a
An Enjoyable Party.
0?*ond.y evening Mias Katie
u Keoffo entertained a number of her
fnonds At her home on Eighteenth
streot. The ovening was spent in danc
ing and other amusements, and at a
seasonable hour refreshments wero
served and all Were well pleased. Those
present were Misses Katie O'KeolU
lleMio Weitzol, Eva O'Neill. Agnts
Cook, Mamie Burns and Nora Jacquey,
and .Messrs. George Savagoot, Charles
Armbruster, Robert Hallisv, John Me
Kown, Jerry O'Keoflo. Frank Armbrus
ter, Joseph O'KeeUe and Harry Friery.
Church 1 riiAtera It?*ap|>oiutcd.
Owing to the fact that a mistake was
| made in the original draft of the order
by which tho circuit court conflrmod
the appointment of trustees for the
Zane streot M. K. church, a now order
bad to be entorod yesterday. Tho
churches should be very caroful in this
matter, as complications might arise at
any tune from such a mistake. A woll
known lawyer said yesterday that ho
doubted if one in thme of the churches
of W healing had their trustees legally
confirmed by tho court. A very com
mon thing is to omit any description of
the real estate held by tho trustees, yet
this tho law would scorn to reqtfiro.
The Cohl Wcutlirr Contluunn.
Yesterday tho intensely cold weather
eontinuod, yet conaidorablo snow feil
continuing throughout tho day. Fol
lowing is the hourly record of the tom
Dcraturo as compared with Tuosdny:
Feb G. i\b. C.
J p- "i ZIZZ'Zis
Hie cutting of ice on tho crooks and
on the 15nek river goes on briskly, and
the supply next aumnier bids fair to bo
The Modern Invnllil
Has tastes modicinally. in kooping with
otlior lururiea. A remedy must bo
pleasantly acceptable in form, purely
who osomo in comnosition. truly hone
ucial in ofrect and entirely froo from
every objectionable qualitv. If r.-nlly
II ho consults a physician :'if constipat
ed ho usei the gentle fainilv laxative
byrup of tigs. * '
Wonderful cX'" F"r
?"0. M. Smook it; Co.v
ONE MM KILLED.
A Bad Aooldont at th?> Rlvoraido
Bluttt, Furnnon Lnot Nljfht.
II MAN BURIED UNDER FIVE TONS
Of Iron Ore, Killing Him Inetnntly.
Another Man Ksoapes xvltli Wounds
?on the Hond?Several Othor Lit.
borers Hud Narrow K?oupoi frtfin
lining lint-led Under tho Oro?Tho
Dead Man was a Polo,
About 12:15 o'clock this morning a
torriblu uccldont occurred at tho blast
furuaco of tho Ittvoraide a tool and iron
works in tho uppor part of Uenwood,
through which one laboror was in*
stautly killed and another man badly
At tho hour mentioned a numbor of
laborers, moat of thorn being Polos, woro
it work in tho stock homo undermin
ing tho ore preparatory to its being
takon to tho furnaco opening. 13ob
Muuikl and another laborer named
Protzky woro working in front of tho
I overhanging bank of ore, which Bomo
of tho othor mou had said would 10011
| fall in. Tho two, howovor, did not
j thiuk that thore was any danger, ur
vory little, and continued at their
j work. Buddonly thero was a collanso
| from tho oflects of which all the labor
era oscaped excepting Munskl mid
Irotzky. Poor Munski wua buried
uudor live tons of tho dirt and, un
doubtedly,was instantly killod. Protxky
hoard the ore start and got out of tho
way, receiving only two scalp wounda
that did not amount to much.
As soon an possible tliu oro was clearod
away, and as expected it was found that
Munski was dead. Tho body was hor
ribly.crnahed atid was hardly recogniza
ble. Dr. Moighon was hastily sum
moned, but of courso ho could do
nothing for tho doad man. lie dressed
the wounds of Protxky, which ho pro
nouneed not dangerous.
3111 naki was a Pole, and so far as could
bo lonrned doo.t notleavo a family. He
| was a boarder at "Joe" Luhic's placo iu
Kenwood, as was also Protzky. He was
taken to his room thore.
l.rnilup Coul Lnnda.
Tho quiot work of Prbidont a L.
Mooney, of the Bellxiro, Zanesvillo cV
Cincinnati railroad, in leasing coal
lands Booms to have been a surprise in
railroad circles now that it is generally
known. Tho Ohio Stato Journal, at
Columbus, nays: "Tho Uellaire, Zanes
villo & Cincinnati will noon be a stand
ard gauge, and a now branch to the coal
lields along Captina creek will bo added,
this movo will L'ivo the road an ac
knowledged prestige iu coal trattle in
that nection of tho state, and the pro
gnus of the work is being watched with
interest. Since tho inauguration of the
movo the Pennsylvania ueople have
been casting eager eves iu the directiou
of the new line, and an attempt was
made by tho company to Bucuro a right
of way in this tiald, but tho ootlons hail
already been secured bv Col. S. L
Mooney, of the Peliaire," Zanesville it
Cincinnati, and afior their surveyors
had covered the ground tho Peniisyl
vania people found that they had acted
too slowly. A number of parties who
are interested in tho Columbus, San
dusky A Hocking are stockholders in
the company that is at present buying
up tho coal lauds along Captina creek
I nod it is thought that the BeliaireJ
I Zanesville 6c Cincinnati may be oper
I ated in connection with tho Columbus
Sandusky Jc Ilocking."
When Other* Fall
Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the shat
tered system by giving vigorous action
to the digestive organs, creating an ap
petite nnd purifying tho blood. It i9
prepared by modern methods, posses
ses tho greatost curativo powers, and
has tho most wondorful record of actual
cures of any medicine iu existence.
Take only Hood's. 3
Hoop's Pitis aro purely vegetable,
nnd do not purge, pain or gripe. 25c.
Q/o ?-v-? of tho finest Cloth .Jackets
11C otill loft. Come and hear the
lowost prices on record.
Gko. M. Snook & Co.
In viow of numerous inquiries and en
couragements 1 have received since in
I Wheeling, I have concluded to purchase
j tho entire stock of Wall Paper of Tho
| Lewis Voight & Sons Co., Cincinnati,
0.. at 1011 Main streot.
1 shall make a spueialty of a high
grade of work, nnd be pleased to make
ostimatos or give auy fcuggostioim re
Will also carry a lino of cheap Wall
Papor to suit all classes of tr.ido.
^ Come and see some of the French and
German Importod Papers.
Klxibii II. Pi: id km as*,
1011 Main Streot.
Ai.k nnd porter aro gotting buck into
tho favor they enjoyed twontv-live years
Miw. Emii.y TnoitNK, who residos at
Toledo, Washington, says eho has never
boon able to procure any medicino for
rheumatism that relieves tho pain ho
quickly and efloctually ss Chamberlain's
Pain Halm, and that she has also used
it for lamo back with great success.
Smith BrovyingCo.'a ale?"It's a Good
-Ihing, push it nlong."
to oil for
? ?*-'?l Wf;i"v ^ 11* I m,
?"'r ?" 'wliu'ln
? 111) aiiiltt Hlr..l,
SUIT9 AND 0VERC0AT3-THE HUD CtOTHISmt,
Our Great Inventory Sales Beginning This
Morning. We Begin the
At Almost HALF their Real Value. You can
Make a Week's Wages by the Aloney You'll
Save by Your Purchases This Week at
Clotliiers, Hatters and Furnishers, +
Fourteenth and Market Streets.
+ Largest anl Oaly Strictly Oaj-Prica Hou33 in tin Stata. +
BAER'S CLOTHING HOUSE.
This is a season of blizzards
and grip?to be well pro
tected from the cold and
disagreeable weather is the
first law of nature and it
costs so very little to do it
at our store. Reductions
have been made to clear
out every Overcoat and
Ulster from our counters.
While we do not deal in
impossibilities, we deal
fairly and squarely. Our
$10 garments are equal to
the best offered. Our $12
Coats better than the best
elsewhere. Try us, we
assure you you'll be well
Come in and get the
benefit of our reduced
prices?examine our stoclc
MATCH US IF YOU CAN,
30 TWELFTH STREET.
REMNANT SftLE-J. S. R. A. CO.
Thousands to Scloct From. Every
Quo a 3Ioucy-Saver.
Wo mast have room to shnw onr Now
Wash Good9just opened: GINGHAMS,
WASH SILKS. EMBROIDERIES and
Prices that will make them move ha<
been put on nil win tor eoode. 1,500
yards Broadhead Dress Goods, >| 0 ly^p
wore 25c, now 1 u/2u
All Wool Dro33 Goods in Black and
Colors, one-fourth to one-third leas than
Fur Canes nnd Ladies' and Children's
\\ rap* will bo sold if low prices will
mnkn them movo. B9 Children's Cloak*.
?1 and (I years, were $3 50 to $7 50,C
.Twenty-two Misses' Newmarkets, 14,
10 and IS years, were $7 50 to $15, (jj| jjjj
Closing out prices on Blankets and
Et do mown Quilt?. All-Wool Home
made Blankets $2 50 per pair and up*
Which will be continued for a
JOHN FRIEDSL & CO.
PICTURES a ART MATERIALS.
RUBY crepe PAPER,
And nil roquoit, [or l?VMr SHADES, >1
NICOLU'S ART STORE,
l"-r' Tig MurlttU 5wft
TRY US. York1 Ptnrs Full Cream Checjn only
ALBERT STOliZE & CO.,
fo5 1117 Market Strcat.
SHOES-J- C? LOCKE & ca
C LI C C That aro tho Bost Valuos Sold In Whool- |
u n U L J Intf for tho lYlonoy! . . ^
I nPIfU'Q Men's 1/lcjht Working Shoos in Oil Grain CM RA
LUvJlVLl 0 Ladies' Don-join Floxiblo Solo Pntont Tip Shoo $1 UU
Mon'e Gonuino Kangaroo, Hand Wolts, OonRro^s and Lnco $3 00
Ladioa' Fino Donirola llnnd Turn Shoui, vary Btyliali $2 50
Men's Genuine Calf tihoos, onr mnlco, for hnrd wonr $2 00
Ladies' Dongoln KUtibla Shoe, tho bait Shoo inndo, for $2 00
Stacy Adams & Co.'sffaSr::! $4 00
LOCKE'S 7 1043 WHIN ST.