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i\ BARGAIN DAY?8'
STONE &
to-day"
Snail Lot Tbat Most be
Ingrain Rugs, size 3x4}, m
Fringed Ingrain Door lints
Animal Headed Far Nock Si
Thibet Animal Headed Neol
Lot Grctchen (soiled and r
$4 to $7 50, choice at <
lot Toboggan Caps, were 50
Six slightly soiled aud m
were $7 50 to JJ12, choii
/ 40-inch Lace Striped Scrim
L J ie\ i-.i. .M. rinni.? c^Minn/i
-> I *vmtu I1IUU iUUVJ
Kail Standard Dark Prints
Men's Massed 25o Underwoo
Men's Soiled and Massod 50i
Muslin Unii
- i- ti
?
STAB SOAP 3c.
Galvanized Coal Hods
Wire Lamp Sbade an
Envelopes, per pack,
DoTer Egg Beater 9c.
Carpet Brooms, 30c q
10-qnart Heavy Betln
14-quart Hoary Retin
17-ouart Heavy Botin
21-quart Heavy Itetio
4-quart Cofloo Pots II
Ammonia, per pint, ?
SIONE&
b FUR OAPB8?GEO.
Etrew "V
ifflFurr
Tlial |S| Som8 of T
& sdies Somewhat 0?
Our own stock being practlc
tlon to handle some of these
were willing to take rather th
nounce the arrival to-day of o
FINE FUR Ct
No trouble whatever to sell t
it'. 4 arid full in sweep, shapely in
in inner and outer materials,
r"=T?^sAre sold at prices th
JB-Sr buyers in search of t
LOOK | About 40 of last si
HERE, V and Gapes?eleganl
V-??I1 r*i/ 11 . _
ytltiv S ) LbSS 1 HAN MALI- (_
Bible Land Art Portfolio gratis 1
Geo. M. Sr
i? ??
. QUERNSWARE. I
AHN VRIRMT. A r.n
UV"A1 1 uu'l
DEALERS IN
CHINA, GLASS,
AND?
QUEENSWARE,
WALL PAPER
AND
ROOM MOULDING,
| 1119 MAIN STREET.
PLUMBING, ETC.
I TRIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY.
SUPPLY HOUSE.
riniubln; am! 0as Filling,
Htcain and Hot Water Ileathf.
A Vail Lion of tboCole'omttd??
SNOW STEAM PUMPS
??KeptCoimUnllr on lUtid.
^^ILUAil HAllU A SON.
Practical Plumbers,
UAH AM) STEAM I'lTI'liltS.
No. 38 Twelfth Stroot.
- All Work Dono Promptly ?t UoanoMbla Prion
SSfoy
VI
rONB & THOMAS.
THOMAS
FRIDAY,
Bargain Dav.
\J u
Sold Before Inventory.
;;ilnr $1 vnluo, at 59c.
at 19c.
tarfs at 23c, wero COc.
c Scarfs at $2 50, wero $5.
mssed), sizes 4 to 12, woro
SI 00.
Ic, at 19c.
nssod Cloth Mackintoshes,
co $3 OS.
at 33c.
Lace Scrim at 5c.
tic.
,r 13c.
b Underwear 19c.
rV MTTT A Al/t ALlJ
srwear?
NUED.^
i 23c.
d Frame 10c.
4c.
uallty, 19c. 1
ined Dish Tans 17c.
ned DLsli Fans 22c.
ned Dlsli Fans 23c.
ined Dish Faus 29c.
9c.
ic.
THOMAS
M. 8NOOK & CO.
rork:"";r;
[FurCapesj
'1 O I"Q A Here on Memo- A
1 C ? O q randum. a
hem, Find TtaemarstocM
. . .
ally exhausted, we were In a ivmI.
Fur Capes a( the low prices they
;an carry over. As a result, we aiiur
third shipment of
>lPES.^
hese Capes, as they are new, fresh
cut, of the finest manufacture, select
and. best of all,
at will attract instant attention from
.he very best
eason's light weight Jackets
t styles?will be closed out at
;ost !
:o our customers.
look & Co.
I WHISKIES.
t Talk is Cheap, j
(I But it takes mono/ to buy f
{ WHISKEY, {
x and to Rot value f ;?r vour raoucj a
f Id wlilikey, try a >iuar( of ?
{ KLEIN'S }
SILVER ACE,
5 . DUQUESNE,
' OR BEAR CREEK J
i RYE WHISKIES. 5
4 They aro tho tout?That'* tvlmt w# f
\ claim for thorn. For ?nlo by ovcrjr \
9 first cla<? dealer, ur MU(1 dlroct for 0
\ tbem to \
* MAY VI PIN M >?d?roi Rt., f
\ III A A ALCiin, AI.I.r.OIIKNV, PA. A
f Our new Catalogue mailed on appllca- f
^ tlou. tfend for ouu. j
INSURANCE.
riiJiVXj liSSTATB
TITLE INSURANCE.
IIyou purchase or m.ifco* lout on nU
Minto Imvo timUllo ItiniimJ lijr tiu
Wheeling Title and Trust Cx,
no. run 9iauki:r htukkp.
1L M. HUB8KLI* I* H. flTlFKU
I'retldont, !*oor?Urf.
C\ J. RAWIJSO. R I 8IN<ll,KTON.
Vloo I'f^ldnnt. Aw'tHcrctor*.
0. K. F- UlMJIIIllrtr, Itiainiuar u( Tllli*.
.
C 11IE AT FA CI LIT I li-S Fuli THE
f PROMPT COMPLETION OF uRDP.lt* at
TJII?lliTKM<I0KNUIil(J01J i'BlNTlNUOFPIUIC
Sk^niHIigenrcr
OIDi'di So*. iiKnud '47 Fourteenth *tr?*U ]\1
- _ . _.. ?i i
N?w AtlrcrtUcuenU*
Notice?II. o. xano.
Store Room and Dwelling for Rent?M. ,,
J. McFadden. / V
Climax Ilangos?Geo. W. Johnson's 41
Bpoolal Hook Balo-Stanton's Old City
Book Store. p.
Hargaln Day?fltono & Thoma??Eighth
Notice In Hereby Given?Harriet Oil Co.
Horse* Wanted?Portas B. Hundley.
goal?Henry Floeiuhelro. 1
poclal Notice?T. H. Hfggfns.
Ten I'avH Longor? Ewlng 13ro?. 1
To the Consumer?Albert Stolse A Co.
Tho Nicest Thing Yet?Uoettc'a Drug
Store.
FOR ELICOANT to TROUSERINGS, ^
All-Wool find gunrnntned to wear, made Jj
up on short unttor, etiU at
C. MRS* * SONS', ll
Piwhtonnblo Tnllom niul CJoiim' l-'urmitlw j.
cri, 13U1 and 13*3 Mnrket Street.
^ u
tmted^ fQMC I M??< 0
JACon W* ORUOB, ?
Twelfth atroota* 1<
h
LOCAL BREVITIES.
, n
Matters of minor Mumcnt lit anil About J
th? city. b
The Grand thia evening?"Lost in r'
New Tork."
In Clerk Hook's office the only buai- I)
nt-as done was the adraisalon to record
of five deeds of trust. q
Yesterday's poltoe court docket con- u
slated of two plain drunka. One was n
sent to the hill in default of his fine, li
and the other's sentence 'was suapend- tl
ed. a;
The funeral of, the late George W. li
Lrivingston took place yesterday after- -A
noon, and Black Prince lodge, K. of P., s
attended la a body, headed by Mels- 1
ter*? band. The uttendance was very ll
large. a
A car load of molda was received yes- .
terday from Pittsburgh from the Unitod
States Glass Company at Pitta- y
burgh. They were molds formerly I(
uacd here. One furnnce at the Central .
factory has been fired up.
"On the Mississippi," presented at c
the Opera House last night, has many
elements In it to make a strong play, 0
but It la not what la ought to be. A
large and rather chilly audience saw y
the first part of it, but many left before
the end. y
The two casea of John Gartley, accim.kI
of aasault on David Gartley, hla ti
neighbor at Elm Grove, and also the
civil auit for $300, growing out of the /
same matter, were to have been heard Ji
by Squire Gllleapy yesterday, but were
><ui?nnnA/l ""HI nnvf U'orfnp^av II
j/UBkyvuvu ?? ?V ? *
ABOUT PEOPLE. x
Strangers In the CUy nail Wheeling \
Folks Abroad.
W. P. Helakell and wife have re- turned
from a visit to New York. rl
Joseph Hlgglns, a prominent Littleton'citizen,
was In Wheeling last even- ;
Ins. ;
John H. Gillespie, of Wood Bros.* ?
planing mill, is dangerously 111 at his v
home on Fourteenth street. a
Mr. C. L Weems, of St. Clairaville, v
Belmont county's prosecuting attor- II
ney, was a MeLure arrival h
L M. Gorham, one of the most enter- ri
prising young oil operators in the southwest,
came up from SlsteravlUe yester- Cl
day on a business vjsit "
A. C. Jackson, of Slstersvllle. cashier 'i
of the Tyler County bank, was among t
the oil metropolis poople who registered
at the MeLure yesterday.
Mr. C. D. Elliott, of Sutton, president
of the West Virginia League of Repub- n
llcan Clubs, was In the city yesterday,
and autographed at the MeLure.
Senator Johnson N. Camden and his
wife, and Col. W. P. Thompson, of 8
New York, are at the home of Col. v
Thompson's and Mrs. Camden's moth- f,
er. Mrs. Judire Thompson, east of the
city. Mrs) Thompson is seriously 11L tl
1 1 * v
(jrrat Show nt thr Urand. w
One of the most realistic and clever
scenic dramas on the road is "Lost in n
Now York," which opened a -three j,
nights' enagement at the Grand Opera n
House last night before an audience d
which completely filled Che theatre.Tho s
applause at times -was deafening. The
company carries all Its own scenery ^
and calcleum effects and some of It Is jk
the finest ever put on the stage at tho a
Grand, among them the East river by it
moonlight and the Madison Square e
Garden. In the former a steam yacht E
Is introduced wlfh startling effect. The c
owt Is composed of some fine people, c
among whom Is C. E. Edwards, the
funniest tramp in the business. His tl
upeclalty In the fourth act is a wondnr. ]|
Miss Sinclair as Jonnle, the waif, and r
Miss Williams as the Queen of lllaclc- ?
mailers, are deserving of special mention.
The same play will be given aguin p
to-night and for the rest of the week. II
In the Circuit Court. a
The damage suit of Hugh Rogers, of 11
Bethesda, O., vs. the city of Wheeling,
was continued iiv Judge Campbell's
court yesterday. TheevJdonce was fin- r
lnhed. and then tho cpurt adjourned till o
to-day. when the argument will be
made. "When the court adjourned for c
the noon recess, Mr. C. Zulauf. a Juror. &
stated that he was to sing In a quartette
nt the funeral of Mr. A. J. Cecil, ?'
and Judge Campbell excused him for a
that reason. Court reassembled at
about 4:30 p. m. ?
,, u e
riinrml of A. J. Cecil. a
The funeral of the Into A. J. Cecil took
place yesterday afternoon, and the ser- z.
vires were conducted by Rev. Dr.
Swope. assisted by Hew Jacob Urittln;- .
ham. Tfie services were very solemn 1
nnd Impressive. The Interment was a: *
Green wool cemetery and the pnllbearrrs
were: Messrs. William Young. T.
M. Carr, J. R. McCourtney, William ?
1,1-lt. I-. M. L. Ott, N. B. Whim- ?
kcr and Georgo H. ParksNo
Titling* Yet Iterelrrd.
No In-Mllrence was received yester- j?
day from Mr. Howard P. Wilkinson, z
who disappeared Iwt Friday, Every effort
to find him has been made fh?at
anybody could suggest, and the mystery
of his gc-lng away Is Jurt as deep
as It -was the day after he le?ft. A number
of rumors were afloat yesterday, as
usual, but when run down they all
proved to have nothing In them, jj
In Oldrn Timet. h
People overlooked the Importance of 2"
permanently beneficial errocts and wcro ~
satisfied with transient action; but now z.
that It In generally known that Syrup of ?
Figs will permanently euro habitual ~
constipation, well Informed people will ~
not buy any other laxatives, which act *,
for a tlmo, but flnnlly Injure tho system. ~
MIWSUS. Will Day, Zulauf, Dnrrah, A
Itrlllcs and Nesbltt; Mesdames CHass
and HlheldafTer; Misses Dungnn,
1 lasting*. Alcf Jrnnahan, Land, Wfnchor,
Holler, Carroll and Pollack will tako A
part In tho musical and literary enter- ?
tnlnment given by the Kind's Dnugh- "
tern of Fourth Strcot M. fJ. church,
Friday evening.
RiWaRDS & IIOBTON'B .lemrntlnu
department will bo open about Feb. 1.
QUICK In effect, heals and leaven no JJ]
scar. LUirnlng. senly skin eruptions r,
quickly cured by DeWltt's Witch Haxel
Slave. Applied tn burns, scalds, old g
floren, It Is maglcul In cff??ct. Always JJ
cures piles. l,ogan ft Co., Wheeling, W. ?
Vn_. II- l^. I'Mihnilv. Itnnu'niid nttil .
Howlo A. CO., Bridgeport, O. 3 u'
Hrad.irh* cured in 20 mlnutM by Dr tM
MH??iT I'aI? 1'llU, "Uno cunt a du?c," At
druunltita.
rHE grand LODgT
lectins of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen Adjourned.
EW OFFICERS WEKfc LLtUtU |
op the Ensnfag Term of One Year?Mr.
McClmry, of Wc!libnr|t Hacceedi Mr
MeClnikejra* Grand Matter Workman.
Tho Foreman Case Tnblcd Without Action?The
New Officers Installed Laat
I?venlng?Other Duatness Transacted*
Yeafcerdny ww the third and oonludlng
day of the second annual mee:lg
of tho ^rand lodge of West Vlrglni,
Anolent Order of United Workmen,
1 this city. The main features of the
ay -were the consideration of the well
notrn Foreman caso and the cloctlon
f officers.
Most of the morning session was conumed
in oonsideration of the Foreinn
mnitter. It will bo remomfocred
lex. Foreman, of Grafton, was elected
rand recorder at tho grand <
>dge meeting last year. After ?
Is \ Installation in office he
Mieu, according 10 me rcpun- uu
tatter, by Grand Master Workman 1
IcCluskey, to furnish the required
ond, arnd In addition woa incfTlclwit.
'or these reaaons he was removed from
lllee by the grand maater workman
ml S. M. Hathaway, of Welcome
)dge, Wheeling, -was appointed to the
acancy. Mr. Foreman did not adolesce
Jn the decision of the higher ofClal
and carried the matter to the
lemberohip at large through a cJrcmw
letter. At the present meeting of
lie grand lodge lie claims payment of
tihury for the past year. Ills case waa
undled by Mr. J. H. Holt, of Grafton,
.t the conclusion of the morning seaIon
a motion to lay -the matter on the
nblf* was carried on a close vote and
: ww believed It-would stay there, thus
(. tiling the unpleasantness.
'JUia election of ofllcers occurred In
lie afternoon, 'fihe new men were at
nee Installed Into ofllce. They are us
jllotvs:
l'ast Grand Maater Workman?W. O.
IcCluskey. Welcome lodge, Wheeling.
Urantl M;t,sU?r Workman?G. W. Mcieary.
of WellSburg.
Grand Foreman?Sam R. Nuzuss,
f Fairmont.
Grand Overseer?George Bryson, of
loundsvllle.
Grand Recorder?8. M. Hathaway,
Welcome lodge, Wheeling.
Grutfid Itocelver?C. 12. Daab, of Wesun.
Grand Medical Examiner?Dr. G. A.
ischman, of Wheeling lodge, Wlieelig.
(Uc-electod.)
Grand Guide?Francis "Flood, La
telle lodge. Wheeling.
Cmud Inside Watchman?A. C. Stoet
cr, wcumjur?.
Grand Outside Watchman?Conrad
Felleman, Herman lodge, Wheeling.
Representatives to the supreme lodge
J. H. Holt, of Grafton; George I. GurIson
nnd Frank Grose, of Wheeling. <
The result of the election of officers *
rna received with general favor, -the
Intrlbutlon of the "plums" geographlclly
being equitable. The new grand
iaster workman, Mr. McClcarjr, of *
Vellsburg, Is one of the moat ardent
nd vigorous workers In the order nnd
rill ebly maintain the standard eotatoshed
under Mr. McCluskey's leaderhip
during the first year of the sepaate
Jurisdiction.
The work of Installing officers was the
(including feature of the grand lodge
icetlng, which adjournal early In the
venlng. The visiting delegates left
ar their homes on the several night
rains.
A CHABHINO MUSIC ALE
endered by UrRtiiiirrs ?t Mt. de Chantal
J?Mt MRIH.
At Mt de Chantal the entire proramme
of the muslcale last evening
ras rendered by beginners. It was as
>Ilows:
Recitation. "Punctuation." by the lit
le children; "First Violin." Rohde,
11m Pearl Robinson; "Farewell to For*t
Qreen," Baser, Miss Elsie Gundllng:
I'd Like to Know," Miss Margaret
;urns; "Sonatina," Beethoven, Miss
osephlne Waterhouse; "Morning Sereade,"
Millard. Miss Etta Thayer; "Air
e Ballot," Jadassohn, Miss Nellie
chmldt.
"Be Careful What You 8ay," Miss
lartha Haas; "Album Leap." Greig,
lis* Georgle Dent; "Long of Ruth,"
iounod, Miss Robinson; "Le gin Moutre
i Lauterue Maglque Floriau," Miss
'mma Roy man n; "The Rivulet," D.
Idwards, Miss Magdalene Anderson;
horus, "Lullaby," Brohues, Schubert
horlsters.
Punctuation, was a very pretty seleelon,
very entertainingly given by the
ttle Misses May Robinson, Stella Fent.
'earl Robinson, Lena Hannen, Clara
look and Leoretta Hannen.
The First Violet was very neatly
layed by Miss Pearl Robinson. This
tile Indy has decided talent.
Miss Elsie Gundllng sang with taste
nd sweetness und showed a marked
movement.
Little Miss Margaret Burns told or
rlwii fhe'd like to know in n graphic
tyle; we hope she may recover some
C her numerous losses.
Derthorlus Sonatina was played very
orrectly, anil with frooil phrasing, by
Ilss Josephine Waterhousc.
Miss Etta Thayer sang the beautiful
ong of Millard's with much sweetness
nd feeling.
Evidently little Miss Nellie Schmidt
,ns badly frightened. Wo saw. liowver,
that her fingering was correct,
nd we hope she may Improve rapidly.
"B* caroful what you say." was dellvd
by Miss Martha Unas with clearess.
Miss Georgia Dent pleased us with
ier pretty playing of Groin's Lovely
Jbura Leaf.
Bong of Ruth, was carefully sung by
Ilss Robinson. <
Miss Emma Reymann gave a humorus
llttlo recitation in French with on
vldent appreciation of her subject.
The Rivulet, was play.cd with much
plrit by Miss Magdalene Anderson.
Wo congratulate tho "Schubert Chor<ters"
on their charming rendition of
irahn's Lullaby.
ONE PRESENT.
EDWARDS * BOSTONS decorating
epartment will be open about Feb. 1.
Coat Cheap aa Dirt?Vr?? TV> Hay 11.
We will sell clean lump homo coal devered
at r? cents per bushel. Wo also
andle Montana Mines Fairmont coal,
;hlch far surpasses any Pittsburgh
oal in this market. Anthracite stovo
oal, also Davis smithing coal always
n hand. Bend In your order to
Vheellng ice nnd Storage ?ompany, j
uiu >iw u, incill/-liniu uiiu ??ttivi g
Lr<?rtn. '
iLL KINDS OF EVES Fmm '
Ryes Examined Tor (Jlu^us Free of
Charge.
If yon nnfil Npnctncln*, ojrn* tlm or li?cul
rh?in\rli?n muitluu or ncwluc, oiiuaitlt in
mi lmvi? your ?<> ? ? <>xoiiiIi>ni| for uIii?*?a
rnn of olmrg*. iMfllcnll nmp* n uppclitlly.
If yon linrntrli*<! otlinra nnit fnllo'l lo flu I
la??*? (o ?utt yonr ?ye?, noma to im nud
i? Will Ri-lml upri'lnl uln?*n? for jronr cn??\
c\? ItMinrn put lii nny ntylo frnmo All
IihIa of slnxci rrpniifol. Oolil qI:im?>'n
iltou Iii ?irliuiiK0> Mollil Mppfinrlst
tied |o |||? vjuh froui 93.AO up. Klrol from
1.00 up, IMIOK. SlIKKI ,
nleiiiIflo Opt Irlnn nml Hp?*einllat In r?fri?o.
Hon of t|it< ry?, 1110 Alain tract, Ilrad*
qmirtor* for Ar tlllrlnl Kvm.
TUB HUB CLOTHIERS AN
NOW
Got the Dpp
/
*TT 1 _ _1X Jl. __ L
wo nave aiujgeiiier iou
finest Overcoats that can be re
ments in tho house, richest v
sive styles, and with not a s
solitary reservation, but all, e'
ed for your choice THIS MO
are an utter disregard of even t
that are most unprecedented i
/ ficcs. CLEAR, COLD CASI
$25" Overcoats or Ulsters
j)20 Overcoats or Ulsters
518 and $ IJ Overcoats at
j>12 and $io Overcoats ar
$8.5"o Overcoats and Uls
tA /~>r\ f")worrn;>tc anrl I ll<
WUlUW W V VI VVMt^ MIIW
, All Boys' and Children's 0v(
at proportionate prices.
THE Mf
We don't care who tries, no b
created than theso Overcoats a
ing. They're fine from begii
stitch shows expert's hanc
them denotes high charactei
There's a mint ot money lock
and it's to liberate that to pre
having any left to,bo carried
that we make thismostastonis
are none in Wheeling to mate
J^The price bars ar
selves!
THE HUB!
THE OHLY STRICTLY OKE-PRICB
Market and Fourt
UNUSUAL-BAER'8 CLO
Unusuc
"L*reac reductions i
Sales I" and "Goods
ally means undesirat
must be fairly kicked
to go out.
Here are two brilli
Suits and Overcoats t
getting twenty-two, tv
teen dollars for are
DOLLARS, and five d
at THREE-FIFTY.
BAEFH
SOLE AGENTS FOR DUTC
ALPINE HATS?M'F
i r~ /f\. WE HAVE M
;For98c A i
| Silk Bands and Bindings. / ? j
[ Satin lined. Fino Quality. l \ I Jo
f They are worth $i 25, t
> price is
j McFadden's One1320
AND 1322 MARt
8IIOES-J. H. LOCKE 8H
SPECIAL SALE...
Men's Cork Sole She
Thin In onn tlmo when th<? manufacture
pllcatod our order on this shoo by mtntako r
hand So we fftve you the clmnco to got a n
manufacturer*' price. You can't buy or.c aj
won't havu them long at this \ rice.
J. H, LOCKE
D FURNISHEE8.
WE?r
Crust
many Overcoats, very
lade, very choicest gar
alues and most excluingio
exception, not a
very one, will bo offerRNING
at prices that
ho actual cost, at price*
ind extravagant sacriI
CONCESSIONS.
go at - - $18
; go at - - $i^
id Ulsters go at $12
id Ulsters go at $ 9
(J* /
>iers gu cu - .p o
;ters go at $4.98
ircoats and Reefers go
UCING.
etter garments can be
.nd Ulsters we're offerminc
to end. Every
I. Every point about
of fabric and finish,
ed up in these Coats,
rvent the possibility of
over into next season,
hing reduction. There
h it.
e down, help your
Hatters, Clothiers
and Furnishers...
HOUSE IS THE STATE.
eenth Streets.
THING HOUSE.
' "Half Price
at Costl" usu)Ie
things that
out if they are
ant exceptions:
hat we've been
venty and eighnow
FIFTEEN
ollar Trousers go
30
D Twelfth Street.
HESS TROUSERS.
/IDDEM'3. ___
line Hat |
,ut the 98c. J
' *
Price Store,;
CET STREET. J
OB COMPANY.
?1 75
>es,<4Ji? B
rs* mlntnko in your irnln. They du*
ind It throws uh with too many
'ffulur first class shoo for less th.ui
b good la this city for (2 60. W<
SHOE CO.

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