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MtJSUN UNDERWEAR 8i stone & muslin mm And it's a sale of more than worth of it here, bought ' earnestly seeking large orde tories going, and we are gc UNDERWEAR SALE a me our profits to a large extent, inspect Take your time al you'll buy Muslin Underwe ===== Fine White Muslin Corset Covers, as well made and shaped as any higher priced / ones, 7c each. -1 Fine Cambric Corset Covers, ! 10c each. Cambric Corset Covers, embroidory trimmed, 12c each. Six styles fine Cambric Corset Covers, low neck and V shapo, with 1 to 2i-inch embroidery, at 26c. : Fifty styles Corset Covers at 29c, 33c, 39c, 49c, on up. Plain fino Drawers, 3 tucks above 2-inch hem, 25c quality at 19c. Extra Fine Muslin Drawers, trimmed with 2-inch embroidery, with 3 tucks above at 26c." Five styles embroidery trimmed Cambric and Muslin Drawers, with 2 and 2J-inch embroidery and 3 to 6 tucks, 50c quality at 39c. 75 other styles at 49c, 59c, 69c on up. Muslin Chemise, with yoke of 3-inch embroidery, trimmed with cambrio ruffle around neck and sleeves, at 25c. STONE& ( FINE FUR CAPB8-Q: ?PECO ,^?Fl^Fnr Are going to t t a?y charged f One o( (he b?t Farrier* In New Y< EXTRA CHOICE Electric tot!. Wool mako tt poulble to do Jan u we lay. la ktitroh of the VERY BEST, yoa _ the Far Cap# opportunity o( tbe teawi SEJ/ERKL . . Important salon aro now in progrefs bo for instance Mtulin and Cambric Und nhow. and prices ir t fint-dsw goad* vr addition^ eaaee added this week. Frl brie Embroidery from o ?<o to J3Xc r ? Wraps, Blankets, fur Rugs, V fAnd other Winter Goods, rcduood to p IjymA on |/o Are moving oat fut at halt Iflfl/f/t OILi\D jef^ j,ut you auit ooroo at 01 Geo. -M. Sf Are made of steel and iiatiU) iu?uv w <>w. . Maje: is the most perfect cookii known. The Ma no other better th; House&Herrms " "A FAIR FACE MAY 1 CAIN." MARRYAPLA SAP< Intelligencer. ILB-STONB & THOMAS. THOMAS SWEAR SALE! usual importance. $y,ooo when manufacturers were irs at cost to keep thelr fac>ing to make this MUSLIN imorabie one by sacrificing We ask you to come and jout it and we know where ar. Fino Muslin Chemise, trimmed neck and sleeves with embroidery, yoke of 6-inch embroidery, open front, such as you woulan't expect to pay less than 75c, for 49c. Gowns--and note they are full sim iMusiin Viowns, witn cambric ruffle, at 29c. Pino Muslin Gowns, cambric ruffle, Hubbard style, at 39c. Pour styles fino Muslin, cambric ruffle, Hubbard and Empiro style, 1 to lj-inoh insertion in yoko, 6 to 12 tucks, and some edged with embroidery, at 50c, A hundred styles at G5c, 69c, 75c, 89c, 98c, on up. Fino Muslin Skirts, with 9inch cambric ruffle, at 49c. Fine Muslin Skirt, with 7-inch cambric embroidery, three tucks above, 48c. Finer Skirts at 65c, 75c, 89c, on up. Children's Muslin Drawers, size 1, 7c; size 2,9c. Small advance for larger sizes. Children's Twilled Drilling Waists, all sizes, 15c. Full lino of Infants' Slips and Dresses. THOMAS u ovnntr m i YOUR j Scbance; Capes ji'Hi; )e sold by us at prices usuor common ones! ?rk Clijr shipped u* ycstenUy about twenty-Arc? Seal and Aitraoban Fur Capes at priccs which cannot aflord to mlsa this chance, as this Is surely a. ? to-obo or nil of them njljjbt lotorcst you. Take smear. Never had such n grand line as we now I .I?iU?a-I nklnmaiil nf fnu* <If? OOfOr u/noi* ? n uh>v>^ ? .... cea In plain figures. Hundred* of yard* of Cam* yart^ "Everybody buj? *om." 'oolcn Underwear, rioof that vrilt touipt yon to buy (or noxt motor, of tbdf worth. Still > number of choleetblnp icq to avoid poulb'a dlMppointmout. look & Co. lajestic ooking Ranges mslleabk iron; macte by , lifetime. The steei MJL> Range fig apparatus the world bos ever jestic is like 'Stove. It is in any other. M, Wheeling,10'a. PROVE A "FOUL BARIN GIRL IF SHE USES DUO [plain and fancy + + + JOB WORK I Neatly and promptly Bxocutod. fflwJntcUigciirer umt wi No*. gflnml ?7yourmntl>Mtr?rt. New AdvtrtlMmenU. Administrator's Notlc?-J?tn?i H. Zlnk. For Balo?Uargalna?Rolf & Ztne. Spfdul?Geo. id. Snook A Co.?Eighth Unusual?Baer's?Eighth Pago* None Bettor?It. II. List. ' Opera Hou>?-Mr. Jamon O'Neill. A Modern Buffiirlng?Third Pago. Catch the Boom. Wo 8ell Them-Goetzo's Drug Store. , Blank Books?Stanton's Old City Book Btore. , _ -flffTWTfai HAV* your ?f?l tniUd for gtaiaca ^H| free of charge by .. jacor w. obobb, Jswelsr anil Opttnun, Mnrknt mill Tfral/thatrtoU. Ifotii I'uluftilly Uuntcih Miss Ada Stldd had her hands and face badly burned yesterday afternoon by her dress catching lire while standing In front of the grate at her home at Martin's Perry. Her brother -went to her rescue and In extinguishing the flames had hia hands burned. Ktuplrv Kitljfltls of lldlift Laat evening a large crowd of the members of Fidelity Council No. 102, Empire Knights of Belief, and their friends had a most enjoyable time at Wheeling park. Bowling was one of the features of the evening's entertainment, and very fine refreshments were Borved. Tho gathering was one of the most enjoyaoio or ine season. Pleasant Ulrthday Party. Miss Sophia Bearley and Mlas Roena Wlnesburg got up a surprlao party last night for Hurry Bearley, of Goat Eleventh street. The frienda gathered at liiacbop'tf hail, on Eighteenth street, where a most enjoyable ovening was spont. The -affair was in honor ot his twenty-fourth birthday, and made the anniversary vary pleasant for both Mr. Bearley and his many friends. At the Third Presbyterian. Special religious services are being held this week at the Third Presbyterian church, and the attendance has been good every evening. Last night the church was crowded to its utmost capacity. Bo far, as a result of the revival there have been eighteen additions to the church. This evening Rev. 8. J. Bogle, of Martin's Perry, will preach the sermon. Great Interest Is manifested .In the meetings by the people of the Eighth ward In general. Death of Mr*. Hrriiliuril. Word was received here yesterday of the death In Columbus, Ohio, of Mrs. Mollie Morris Bernard at the hospital there, where she was under treatment. She was the sister of Mr. Thomas C. Morris, of this city, and went to Columbus with her husband, Mr. W. M. Bernard, some six years ago. She has a number of old friends in Wheeling, who express sincere regret on hearing of her demise. The funeral takes place in Columbus on Friday. Pardoned by the Governor. Governor MaoCorkle has pardoned from the penitentiary, Nathan Johnson, of Ritchie county. The pardon arrived on Monday ovening and the prisoner was released on Tuesday, II* was serving a two year sentence and had bewi In about the half of his term. The officials at the "pen" were very much surprised to receive It as was also Johnson. No one thero was looking for It, as nothing had been done at this end towards getting a pardon for the man. The population at the penitentiary has bwn rcduced to 547. Death of Mrs. Atkluson. Mrs. Lucy L. Atkinson, widow of the late Joseph Atkinson, died Inst night at -tne npo age 01 nwnjr mnvij jcum. at the home of her son-in-law, Mr. Jnmes P. Wilkinson, on South Penn street, Island. Her death waa due to the Infirmities of old age, and wan peaceful as tolling asleep. She retained her faculties until nearly the last. She waa a native of Winchester. England. but had been In this country a number of years, and was ono of the Srst residents of what U now Chicago, ho had the warm esteem of all who knew her. Those Llh?l Hnlli. The Butchers and Packers* Magasine, of St. Louis, has the following: We regret to announce that the controversy which appeared In theso columns between Charles H. Loefller and Gustave H. Medlck. of Wheeling. West Va. has culminate] in a libel suit for $1M00 against Mr. Locflier. We do not understand Mr, Medick's position or the casus belli, but or one thin* wo are sure?he appeared to fully hold up his end of the discussion. Wo admire both gentlemen for their many excellent qualities of head and heart and regret the unpleasantness which has outranged two old fricndSj IN THE COURTS. limine** lu the Tim Clrcnlt Court* Ye*ter? day, In Judge Campbell's court yesterday the damage suit of Frank Goodwin and wife vs. Louis Quanz was finished. In the case of tho board of education of Richland district vs. John P. Gilchrist. judgment wua entered for the plaintiff. The case of Mary Lewis vs. Charles Prince, In bastardy, was dismissed. In the case of Joseph Slackey vs. R. H. GUicspy and Samuel McConnell, an application for a writ of prohibition, a rule was issued returnable Saturday, January IS. The oases of S. M. Rice & Co. vs. the Aetna, Royal and Liverpool and London and Globe insurance companies, wore ldsmlsscd, agreed. In the case of C. F. Freene vs. G. W. Freer.*, et nl.. an order was entorcd distributing the proceeds. HAD HIS QA-LL WITH HIM Auil Caught Severn! Murker*?A Dahl Scheme Worked. A bold .and somowhnt successful swindle came to light yesterday. A Ktmngvr, well drcaHcd and very smooth in his manners, recently wont about among the locnl employes of tho Haitimoro & Ohio Company hero, claiming to be Mr. R. M. Sheets, or tlrafton, superintendent of the fourth and sixth 1 ? * '? ?? Anmimnv'? lines. Ho told the employe* there was going to bo a grand change In tho management of tho road, but he would retain his position and would be able to securo them all good jobs, for a consideration. It Li r-ahl that ,bold im tho ochemo was. It sueosedcd <o nomo extent. A number of the employee, hoping to iiocuro promotions, or fcarlnir that they might otherwlso lone their old Jobs, gave him money. He Js credited w)th havlnir raised several hundred dollars. The officials of tho company here found out yesterday who the man was and a war. tunt was issued for him. . Muslin,Tndorwcar a**,n rece,vcti ?UKO. M. SNOOK A CO'8. OKAN1) Rabbit Lunch at A. Dlshop*?. 0S5 Market street, this evening, IF suffering with piles, It will Interest you to know that Do Witt's Witch I lacol Halve will cure them. This medicine Is a specific for all complaints of this character, and If Instructions (which ?ro simple) ure carried out, a cure will result. Wo have tested this In numerous'cases, and always with like results. It never falls. Logan Drug Co., Wheeling, W, Va., D. F. Peabody, I it* n wood* and VowJe A Co., Bridgeport. 0. I LOCAL BSHYITIE3MatUra of Minor Monwnt In and Aboat Uu City. Opera House this cvcnlns?"My Wife's Friend." The Grand this evening?nice & Barton's Company. The B<uitwn Ohio Mcdlcal Assocla. tlon will moot at Stcubcnvllle next Tuesday. Y?rtorday's weather wan afcoat M (1.... ? nm In over CXDerlMlCed in winter"In this climate. Friday evening noxt the Beabout club will give one of its enjoyable dances at Its club hopse on .Woods street, East Wheollng. Frank May was run In last night on a charge of loitering. Ho has been warned out repeatedly, but will not get out. Tho charter of tho North Penn Oil Company was filed with Clerk Hook yesterday; also a power of attorney from that company to 8. Q. Smith. "A Prodigal Father" closed Its engagement at the Grand last night. Tho business was good throughout the halfweek engae-ment. The performance Is one of the best seen recently at the Grand. There wero six cases In -the police count yesterday morning. One man went to tho hill for fifteen days and four paid their fines. Annie Kelley's sentence was suspended on condition that she go to the poorhouso, which she agreed to do. Clork Hook yesterday admitted to reoord a deed made Novomber 30, 1885, by J. P .Rogers, trustee, to Joseph Jacobs, for 1230, lots 63. 64, 65 and 66 of the addition on <the Island laid out by D.Lamb and H. M. Russell, special commissioners. A team belonging to the Heymann Brewing company run oft In Aotnavllle yesterday and caused considerable excitement. The horses, wagon and beer went over a twenty-foot embankment, but very little damage was done. The driver was In a saloon when the horses became frightened ana started. ABOUT PEOPLB. Slnuigcri In the City ami Wheeling Folks Abroad. Miss Adelaide Gilchrist, of Elm Grove, and Miss Mary V. Dickey will leave Monday evening for New York, and will sail on Wednesday for Gibraltar on the Kaiser "Wllhelrn, of the North German Lloyd line. They expect to be gone till the llrst of June, and will spend about one month In Spain nnd two months fn Italy, stopping in Switzerland a short time and visiting Paris and London. Miss Gilchrist has beon teaching art at St Mary's Hall, Burlington, N. J., for several years, and during the past two summers has been assisting the artist. Mr. William M. Chase, in his summer school at Shinnecock Hills, Long Island. Mr. Chase will take a class to Madrid, where they will study the old painters In the Hoyal Gallery. Th??y wil! also sail on the Kaiser Wllhelm next Wednesday. B. H. Hite, of Morgantown. was a Wheeling visitor. J. W. Scott, a well known Waynesburg cltUen, was here last evening. George H. Shearer, a "SSannlgton man. was on a business visit here yesterday. Hon. John T. Gibson, tho veteran editor, of Huntington, was In the city yesterday. Misses Gertie Sauers and Bertie Clatterback ax* the guests of friends over the river. Ten insurance adjusters are here to adjust the losses consequent to last week's tire in the McLaln block. C. K. O'Hare, of Pittsburgh, well known in oil circles, was here yesterday, en route to the southwest fields. George C. Shaw, superintendent of the Austen coke works. Austen, W. Va., was in the city yosterday on business. Harry Apple, cf Cleveland, was here ycsteray to nttend the funeral of his niece, the daughter of Mr. Ktz, of the Island. Joseph Ross. of Columbus, the "lost freight" agent of the Pan Handle road, was in the city yesterday on a business visit. Mr. C. W. Johnson, representing the Holloway lire extinguishing company, of Pittsburgh, was in the city yesterday. the guest of his friend, Chief Healy. Colonel A. M. Jolly, of Beaver Falls, formerly general manager of the Wheeling Railway Company, was at tho McLure yesterday. He Is now largely Interested in oil in West Virginia. John C. Campbell, of Dayton, Ohio, traveler for tho Dayton bicycle works, of which Colonel "Pat" Itussey, well known here, Is superintendent, was here yesterday, showing his 'B6 samples to the trade. W. E. and L. E. Stone are in the eastern markets buying spring carpets. Mr. \V. E. Hownd, buyer In the house furnishing department for Stone & Thomas. In In New York placing import orders for china. Tho Washington, Pa., Reporter says: Conductor W. F. Soanor, of the BalUmore & Ohio railroad, who has been spending a few days with his family here, resumes his run on Thursday. Conductor P. T. Ellery has been filling his place. Mlssos Cora and Junlta Power have returned to their home In Wheeling, uftrr h abort visit with their cousin, Mrs. John Wilson, West Washington. Miss Uuula Hunter, of Wheeling, and MIkn Mary Hall, of Coon Iulany, who have bcfn visiting Washington friends, Went to Miss Hall's home Monday evcn? lng.~Washlngton. Pa? Reporter. In Olden Time* reople orerlookod tho Importance >ot permanently benetlclal effects and were satisfied with transient action; but now that It 1m generally known that Syrup of Flga will permanently euro habitual constipation, well Informed people will not buy any other laxative*, which act for a tlmo, but Anally Injuro tho system. f^hntr Cnpwl nmI extra nne wliUICt?onfs of Fur, at the kind of prices you will like. GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. ! For Item. Tho two dwellings No*. 2132 and 2134 Market street. Each house contains i eleven rooms, gas, hot and cold water, bath, ate. Splendid location. Apply ' ? >* on A liMTfSUT 2201 M sin street. OKAND Rabbit Lunch at A. Wshop'e, USD Mttrkot street. thin ovenlng. I AM sailing sood clcan ooal for 6c per busht*l, delivered to any part of thl city. Tho only dealer In Home and Pittsburgh coal combined. Call nnd pot my prices?low<**t In the city. I also rec^lvo fresh lls?h and oywters dally and fttllc.t a share of the p/itronnire of the pubHe. U. TKASDAL1J, fllxtponlh and f'hnpllne strong. all~k indTo f^eyfs" fitted Kjrit Kn*iuin>1 for (l'lai.-j tVoc ol Clurce. If ynu nowl Hpnntnclon, uynn tlra op liontl nrh?N whan rontlliiRor Mewing, non<mll m hihI Imvo yimrey** oxumluvit for rIi?m?o\ trnn <if uliimi*. t ontra n H|i?>o|nltjr, If jpnu Imvo oilmr* mid fnllo.l Id(in<l (flu >*(?* tn mi It your > ?%, i??n?? to uh oml we will grind uppolul ulu??n* for your rn*?\ Ni-w 1o?m<? pul In atiy niyln fmun. All fcimta of gift**** rcp?tr?uJ. ?Jol?| rJa???n inliiiiilii rtrli'ilttf*. Hnllil Ooltl ' jiiMlu.-ie* filial t?i ilir t'yAN trout <1.1.no up. Mioul from 1.00 up. I'KOK. SlfKKr, Holdiiitllo Optician itnilHp*oiuUat la r*frao? tlitn nf tli? ?*yo. lltO .Muln Mtreot. Utnil. quarters for Ar tUlolal ISyea. - ? " THE HPS OLOTHl CDTTII Li I In M M Every Stitch of Winte Is Offered for Your C count from Regular P WE FIGURED I 25'c Underwear Joe Underwear 75"c Underwear $1.00 Under we Underwe, Si.^o Underwe $2.00 Underwe; $2.25' Underwe $2. jo Underwe There isn't such a vari store in Wheeling, and thei sweeping cut as this, but w ! spring thaw with too much when the losing will benefit A PEW DAYS LON coat Sale. Suits and Overci I $15, at $12.48. Suits ai and $10, at $8.48. The; you would have to pay the 1 equals. Certainly extremes tho best value for the least i paro with it?because it tab( takes mora courage than tt pushing policy to father sucl Need we say your mot Guess you know by this tim THE HU THE OILY STRICTLY OS! Market and Fc UNUSUAL?B AS.' jUnusi "Great Reductic ^ilop I" onrl "fii J ? unu w ally means und< must be fairly ki to go out. Here are two Suits and Overcc getting twenty-tv\ teen dollars for DOLLARS, and f at THREE-FIFTY BAfc* I SOIiK AGENTS FOR LATEST STANDIN ; theTatest^^ j f OTHER STORES ! MrF AnnFN'.sc ^ IT1V? ?W 8BOB8?J. H. L( SPECIAL SALE Men's Cork Sol< Tfil* I* ono time \rh*n th* ma: pltCAtcd our order on thlH ihoo by hand. So wo fflve you the chnnco I manufacturers' prlcr. You can't b won't havo them long nt this price. J. H. LOCK T? ' ' ^ SBS AND FURNISHERS. DOSE TXX33 iderwear. r Underwear in our Stock hoice at 25 Per Cent Disrice. T OUT FOR YOU! at 18 3-4c. at 37 I-2c. at 56 I-4c. ar at ar at 93 3-4C. ar at $1.12 1-2. ar at $r.5"o. ar at $1.68 3-4. ; n f ? <? 1 Ql I _ O ai at 4^ i kj j ety of Underwear in any other re never has been such a broad e do not want to be caught in the stock on hand. So wo will lose you. &ER of our great Suit and Overeats that were $22, ?20, $18 and id Overcoats that were 512, gil ie are Suits and Overcoats that tailor more than double for their are meeting in this great event? noney. There is nothing to oomabetter stock than othor nouses? ley have got?takes us and our i a sacrifice. ley back for the slightest cause ? e that we mean that. B Hatters, Clothiers and Furnishers... J-PRICE BOOSE II THE STATE. >urteenth Streets. B'S CLOTHINQ HOUSE. )ns!" "Half Price Dods at Cost!" usussirable things that eked out if they are brilliant exceptions: iats that we've been ro, twenty and eighricTrcM are now ririccn ive dollar Trousers go 30 l D Twelfth Street. , DUTCILESS TKOUSEUS. P COLLAR?M'FADDBN'8. Mil Mat. the cmmwrr stylk axd vikkst a fouri'Ly linen; for onlv: r r 12X' CENTS.j CHARGE JBCJo FOB IT. f Cheapest Store in Wheeling, i 1320 and 1322 Market Street. ^ MIKR RHOB COMPANY. eshievsl.ts nufrumirern' mistake In your gain. They dunilstnke nnil It thrown uh with too many on :o get a regular flrat data shou for les* than uy ona ab good In this city for 12 W>. Wo :e shoe co.