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Stone & r. a"rf GRAND C OP NEW DESIGNS A Carpets, Rugs, A Ono great floor devotod exchu Coverings. Our complete lir now on exhibition and surpa Novel designs und choice^ ps care. Lace Curtains, Oil Clot I' at tho stock is all that is need they have struck headquarter ? the Carpet line. We want y a call, the prices and styles w goods in design and quality a new line embraoes every qui to this department will pay y ODT OF THERl" Do you want new Spring styles? Do you want to see a line in which there is a contrast? Do you want the best quality? WE SUPPLY THESE POINTS! l&'Rooms measured and estimati Select your Carpets now and have the STONE&' NEW 8PBINO OOODB-O 1 ^BSv ONE OF OCH KEW SILK WAISTS. ??"Buy your Dresses, Waists n them made before your dressmaker bi New natural Linen and Linen flnlihed I Indian Dimities, Persian Uwni, Scotch 1 And dotted Swiss**, French OrtandU-h, . t Zephyr Olnfhamn, Japanese Crrped Drupei ' Face Velle, Lace*. Emlrold*rin*. Trlromlri Wraj?p?m. Laci? Curtain* and many other ? with hucH an array of CHOICE new c< ai ours, there should bo no trouble tvhatovi dinar/ volume of business done last mon , *====== Geo. M. Sn SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, 11 Here's Your Ch? ii Men's 25c Outin i? Men's 50c Undei 1 Men's 50c Work '[ Men's, 75c Worki ::fflcFadden's,1320< J' WIXJDBXjINi wwn M IKK Siliura TO ordku. BHOEB-J, H. LOOKH 5''-V-?* !- -T? T- T!-~T?T %GOOD SHOES vs. GOOD MONEY In this case it nnptnrlna ' Shoe lor TWO DOLLARS o > cmc ought to be easily , your Rood money for a p LJ. H. LOCKE B Ss THOMAB. THOMAS 'Lib! OPENING ND NOVELTIES IN rt Squares, Etc. lively to Carpets and Floor 10 for the spring season is asm iuiv nrovious blTerinc. itterns selected with great Us, Linoleums, etc. A look cd to convince buyers flint s for everything relating to our custom. All we ask is ill do the rest. Up-to-dato re tho kind wo carry. The ility sought after. A visit oil handsomely. BOY AT. WILTONS, AXHINISTERS, GOLELINS, MOQUETTES. BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, VELVET, THREE-PLY INGRAINS, AGUAS, TAPESTRY INGRAINS, EXTRA SUPER INGRAINS, C." INGRAINS, UNIONS, DAGllESTAN RUGS, MOQUETTE Rl'US, SMYRNA BUGS, FUR RUGS, KELUN RUGS, And everything pertaining to Rugs and Carpets. ? cheerfully given free of charge, m stored for you until wanted. THOMAS BO. M. SNOOK & CO. NEW GOODS. Many cogent reasons why you should buy early, not the least of which is the fact that you seIcure first choice from unbroken lines ! A partial list: Brilliantly plumaged Silks for waists and dresses?Printed and Brocaded, Persian, Floral and J.icquard designs?models of exquisite loveliness, Black Waterproof India Silks. Bicycle Serges for ladies' wear. Serges, plain and novelty, for separate skirts. Mohairs, surpassing variety, in p'am and figured, 50c yard to $ 23 suit. Colored Novelty Dress Goods, our best efforts of ore viousseasuns completely eclipsed 3i)o yard to ?25 suit, ind Separate Skirt! now and have ecomcs too busy. .*wna and Batiste*?plain nnd fancies. Lawn*. Corded Dlmltica, Whlty Corded Percale*, Print*. Tollle Lunorri nnd rlcs. Ollt. BpangUd und leather It'll*, ir*. !>?. OlovoH, Hnndkerchlcfi, Watnttf. Jew things. Mid*?with prlcnii for BUch an reasonable cr in duplicating thin month the extruorIh. ook & Co. etc.?m'faddbn'fl. ance.? g Shirts for 12^c. | rwear for 25c. i1 ing Cloves for 25c. \ r>cr QUirl-o -fr\v f ' o Willi CO I VI V_/ i ^ &1322MarketSt. I Or. W. XT .A.. I QHOIC COMPANY. _ ? 4 m : (hat we can sell you the best | I any house in Wheeling. The Si adjusted by your coming with 4 >alr. SHOE CO. j ffltaJttfclIigeiwr Olttvai N?n. "G uml let FonriwutliHlWIfc S*w AilvrrtUameuUu Truntoo's Sale. goo Bloycio Free. Mold of lionor Funeral Notice. , Sealed Proposals for licmoval of Oarbuj?f?. A Now Sonwitlon?Albcrt Btolao A Co. llara'H Your Chance ? MoFaddun's? Eighth Pave. Fashion Domands?Geo. E. fitlfol & Co.? Third Pago. Notlce?H. O. Zano. tnnurnnco Cliango. 4 Torchlight Ptovim?Honjamln Flshor. Comtnlffsloncr's Bale. lllshop'a Ulrd Hucd??Oootzo'8 Pharmacy. JJM'.OANT Ororooufs mndo fo order ?n short lint h'? nt bottom prlcon. Also agent* for ilie famous Jnron Jlyirb'nte Underwear. C. IIIMS A ?(>NH, Fn?tiir?tml>l? Tailors nntl Genu' Furnish re, 13U1 und 13U3 Mnrkrt tftreeU free of charga*by - * |?J8S235J& jacoii w. auuitii, ^Sfipras^ Jw^elet and optl. elnh. Marlcot uud VroSSSQer Twelfth utroaU. Heavy Wind Lant A'IrIiC. Alter mmtugnt iaai 1115m ior Buvcrui bourn a very heavy wind blew and it grow rapidly colder. The galo curried nway the storm doors at McLaughlin's saloon, ut Twolfth and Water streets, blowing It Into small pieces and currying it Into the river. A lime fit Kntrrtptnmrmt. On next Thursday evening the Elm Grove colored Ituptlst church will give a benefit entertainment In Klmmlna's hall. The church has Ju?t been started and deaerves encouragemont. The Clover Leaf mandolin club will play anil a fine programme will be rendered. Conncll Coiumlttro*. The council committee on fire department met last night and recommended to council for payment hills aggregating $193. New cogs were ordered for tho Eighth ward reel, and the committee asked for authority to buy a horse and a carload of oats. A meeting of the committee on health has been called for 4 o'clock p. m. to-day. Wheeling Iron and Steel Company'* Stock* In the Item yesterday morning about the sale of stocks, etc., belonging to the estate of the late A. B. Caldwell it was stated that eighty-seven sliares of stock in the National bank of West Virginia had been sold to Dr. U. W. Haxlett. This was a mistake, aa must have boon apparent on the face of the item as printed. I< was stock of the Wheeling Iron and Steel Company to which reference was made. Mcrnr* from John Knox's Lift. It is difficult fur those who enjoy the religious freedom of the present day, to conceive of the privation* and sufferings of those who still bore aloft the banner of Christ! Though the battle of Intolerance raged fiercely around them the bravest soldiers laid down their lives on-the battlefield. These bequeathed to this generation this priceless legacy and It seems a lack of gratitude that many or those alive to-day are not familiar even with their names. A ptudy of their lives would teach us to more highly appreciate these blessings that we accept so lightly. One of the bravest spirits of those trying times was John Knox, who was a soldier In very truth. He was a sword-bearer all through and laid aside the glittering blade only to take In its stead the "Sword of the Spirit, which is tho word of Ood." There will be an opportnity of learning of tho stirring scenes of his life by attending the "Soottlsh Reformation" at the Grand Opera House. February 24, 2"? and 26, given for the benefit of the West Virginia Home for the Aged and Friendless. ABOUT PEOPLE. Ntrnngrr* In the City nntl Wheeling Folks Aliraxt Mayor Cladwell r;as a visitor to Washington, Pa. yesterday. Miss Rose Rishop entertained friends last evening at her home In Eighteenth street Last evening Colonel and Mrs. Arnelt entertained the Euchre Club at their home on Fifteenth street. James McClyment. of the Island engine company, has been laid up for some time, but is now rapidly improving. Miss Mabel Cudort. of Allegheny, and Miss Ella McNIcholls. of Mansfield, Pa, are visiting Miss Carrie Stotzer, on North Main street. Mr. William Marsh has been seriously III for Borne time pa?t, and docs not show much sign of improvement. His friends feel uneasy about him. . Mr. James I'. Forrest, agent of the Gormans, who appear at the Grand the last half of the week, left town yesterday for his next place. He made many friends while here. W. H. Edwards, of New Tork. late one of the traveling salrsmen with Flndlay brothers, Cleveland, hns form <1 a partnership with C. C. Huston, of Wheeling, W. Va.. for tho wall paper and decoratlvo business In that city, under the Arm name of Edward* & Hoston. They are both oxperlpne?*d and practical mm. Ml*. Hoston being one of the fororaost decorators In that city. Their place will be conducted on the upto-date plan and they will look espectally to tho exclusive trade, In which they ought to havo a good opening.? New York Wall Paj>ep News. They will open to-day nt 74 Twelfth street. IN THE C0UBT8. Several Cain of nil Intrretting Character Heard Ytilrriiaj', motion tor a new trial in tho cane of Homy Kraft, convicted <rf stealing a pair of trr/users. having l>'-en ovcr-rulcd. he w.vi wntenoed to ten days' iinprlKjnrornt in the county Jail, Clara Mi.hh. convicted of keeping a houso of III fnmo, wax flnM JUO and costs. Judge Hugus Hum adjourned his court to couit In course. In tho circuit court Judgmont was entered In favor of tho defendant in tho nbfl nult of James Mlnkemyer va. Christian View Iff, nr. Tho case of W, II. Chapman vs. tho J. W. Belt* Si Son* Company was put on -trial and Is still pending. In the cane of Oscar Onkor & Company vs. H. IS. Parsons ut ul. and W. 8. Foose A Company, a writ of possession was directed to 1>e Issued. , The Jllodrrtt AVuy Common da ltself to the wrll-in fonncl. lo do pleasantly ntul effectually what wan formorly dune In tho cnideat mani?irr anil disagreeable as well. 'Jlr? rlr?aii?r? tho system and break up cold*. hradnt'ho3,arid fover;.t without uiiplonsn iit after effeeta. une the delightful liiiuld laxative roip?'dy, Syrup of Flgn. Manufactured by Californlii Fig Syrup Company. .Monty lo I,onn, Money to loan on real oMate?Went Virginia Saving* and Dulldlng Aiuioclatlon. room 14 Mnnonla Temple. Office hour# C;1G to 8:15 p. m.. overy Monday. J. W. riKRCR, Tlopnblle, In., nayn: "I have lined One Minute CoukIi Curu In my family nnd (or mynolf, with rcnultN ho entirely natlHfnclory that I can hnrdly find word* to mywnlf an to lt>? nu'rlt. 1 will never fall to rccotnm*?nd It to oth?rg, on overy occanlon that prol'"HtH Itielf." Logflll & l.'n., WIlOt'lllIK", W, Vflu. II. F. I'eahody, H?nwoud, ami Ilowle & Co., nrldni'port, O. 8 Nobody need linvo Neuralgia. Q?t Dr. Milan' I'oin Pill* (rum druKiflata. "Una , cont it duao." LOCAL BREVITIES Matter* of Minor Momcut lu Mid About the City. Opera Houno tbla evening?Tlw Fencing Mai-ter." The Clrand this evening?Wcbcr & Field's Vaudeville Club. A regular meeting of, the city council Is due to be held to-nlfrtvt. Thin evening a number of young ladiet-will glvo a leap year party at Bgortor'a hall. A line time la prohil?ud. A power of attorney was yesterday filed with Clerk Hook made by the Ohio Valley Benefit Association to JR. W. Taylor. This evening the Oil Club will glvo a cake walk and dance at tho Beethoven hall, wihlcto it Is safto to say will be out of slgfot. Tho bier docket In the police cqurt yesterday morning netted about 1300. Nearly ull of the oasts camo out of the raids on Alley C resorts. Tho workhouso prisoners cleanod the snow off the pavement around tho city Jui 11 yesterday. There ore other places whore .tiho eamo might be done to advan ta (re. Clerk Hook yesterday Issued a marriage llcenso to Oeorge Farress, aged twenty-two nnd Mllla Joseph, aged twenty-one, both natives of Syria and residents of Wheeling. Alox. Younger. Jr., was arraigned before Squire Gllospy yesterday on a bamtardy charge preferred by Mary Cardlman. He ^a-ve bond In J400 for court and was released. The streets at the corner of Eleventh and Water have been barricaded on account of the dangerous condition of the old warehouse at that corner,which I V.-....I .. </i /,i|| j, >.f till f 1/1 nv. ?:#?" ? Commissioner G. H. E, Gilchrist last evening reported -to the circuit court a final decree for tho settlement of the case of Mary K. Cracraft vs. Key McDonald and H. II. Hornbrook, guardian. This evening the Duquesne Club will give j. dance u?t the Boabout Hall, on Wood* street, South of Sixteenth. A very enjoyable time is promised to oil who attend and good order ia guaranteed. Mr. Theodore Roller, heretofore agtmJ of the JoflVraon Insurance Company, has accepted the poaitlon of secretary of the Fire and Marine Insurance Com- , pany. He will be quite an acquisition to that company. Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to record a deed made February 8 by Edward D. Elliott, guardian, to Catherine Sweeney, for II and other considerations, lota 13, 14 and 25 in McLure's addition to Wheeling. In another column of this morning's I paiper the city clerk ?adventlses that he 1 will receive proposals for tbe removal of garbage for two years, commencing I May L The present contractor has given eminent satisfaction. Wednesday Is the anniversary of the foundation of the City Hospital. A reception and ingathering of the sewing guild will be held to-morrow from 2 to 5 p. m. The hospital will be open to the public and everybody la Invited to call. IN THE CAIBO OIL FIELD. The Yorkiitg No. 3 Writ Now Making 200 I fin rrcla -Itltcli lr Oil Newt. Special Dispatch to tho Intelligencer. ( CAIRO, W. Va.. Feb. lO.-Jaoob Yockey's well No. 2. which has been doing one hundred barrels naturally has been shot and Is now doing two hundred barrels. Cairo OH Company will Immediately put down another well on (he same farm, also one on , Mrs. Weaver's and Jacob Hatfield's 1 farms. C. B. Kervln's lease on the Carrol farm ivae forfeited and the farm was Immediately leaded by E. Clark and C. M. Moore, of Marietta. They have rlK timbers atid machinery on the (round nnd expect to have a well complete In sixty days. The location Is be tween tno Baltimore r iuii-j ruuroau and the river, on?-half mile wert of the depot and Just across the river from the northern edge of the Cairo Oil Company's territory. Tftis well will be watched with more interest than any other Jn the lleld. being much further north and on north and south line between Pnlnt well, very Ugh-', producer, and the John^Smlth well which Is entirely dry. A Goo<l Hprclalty Kliuw. Weber and Field's "Vaudeville Club" opened a three nights' engagement at sthe Grand last night to a crowded houso and the entertalnmotn can truthfully bo said to be one of the neatest and cleanest ever given here In the vaudeville line. The company is a lnrge ono and is mndo up of exceptionally fine artists. The "top-liner" is the Celebrated Moors Brothers, who close first part with an act on the high wire. Their work iu marvelous and they were loudly applauded last night. 8am Ilernard in another card, und with his imltatlonn holds the attention of the audience for ten minutes nicely. Mclntyre and Heath never appeured to better advantage, and the house was kept In a constant roar all the tlmo they were on the stage. .Lixzio B. Raymond renders some catchy songs In a manner thnt wins hearty commendation. The rest of the company Is good. The same performance will be given again to-nlghf, to-morrow afternoon and evening. Seats at the box olhco. Hrmovnl Votlec. 15. Shopper has removed from the old stand. 1103 Main street, to 1067 Main street. The new quarters ore mnch more oommodious, and a full line of spring millinery of staple and funcy stock is offered to the public. Come In and see the great bargains. ronilrninl TfiUiiioiiy. Chan. Ti. IJaoti, J)raker itnii Mn twine- , furor*' yVffent, Colmnbun. Ohio, certlflen Mmt Dr. Jvlng'H New Discovery m? rritinl iib a Coogfo remedy. J. D. IJivwti, lit dp. St. Jam?vi hotel,Fork Wayne, Jml.. <r?tin?o that )ic v.'a.i cured ot a <?ougb ?if two yuan*' :?ta tiding. cuuned Jjy La rtrlppe, by Dr. ICIng'n New Discovery. I ft. ! '. Merrill,Bald wltiHVllle. Mniw., ijayn 1 (lint he Iran unort and ivcominemlrd It owl Di'Viji* knew It to fall and would I'AihcrbnvR It than any doctor, becaonc It ulv;uy/i ciircn.. Ml*. jlointnlftg. 2221 11. "Mli fit.. Ohlcago, always h?"i>* H at lintid ami ban no frnr of Croup, liocatlflo It Instantly relieves. i?Y?w Trial Hotlb*! nt 'Logan Dniff c.'o.'n Drug Otore. 3 Till'] little daughter of Mr.Fred Webber. Holland. Maw., had a very bad cold end cough whleh be had not been able to cure with any thins. I gave him , a 2fi cent bottle of Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy, says W. P. Holden, merchant ntul postmaster at Went Brlmfleld, and the next time I saw him be aal<l it worked like a charm. This remedy In Intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases, such aa coblH, croup, and whooping cough, and It Is famous for Its cure?. There la no danger In gtvlng It to children for It contains nothing Injurious. ALL KINDS OF EYES FITTED. Bjfr* Kx.tnn.irJ for (lliumi r'l-ot of Clinritc. If jroti 110mI npnrtnolr*, oyna tlrn op li*nri nrlir* wliuit ri'iulltitf or umlut, rooaull n? mill Ittiva your?y?? oxnmlueil f<>r gln.?. ? lr*? of fflnirtfi'. IMIIIoult rit??? u nputlnlly. 1 f jmi liuvn trlril otlinr? noil fnllml la Mtt<l jjIh-??>? to Mill your ryr?, mum to m mill uti will grlml uparlnl rIuo^oh fur your cum*. Now Inn** put lu nttjr ntyln fruiii* All UIii?Im of gln?at?? rrpnirnil. U?I<1 k)un?.? lnl.rii III rxalinnfre. Mollil ?lolrt *p*ctncl?N mini in llio ry?? I run* a.rto up. Htnul rruui 91.00 iii?. 1'IIOK. NllicriHclnutlflo Opllolnn (Mill HpvcmlUt lu rhfrnntlllll l?f til ' MJTM, 1110 Mltill Klroit. Ucltilqunrtor* for Ar tUIolal iiyci, ran HUB QLonii Prior Inverr / The immense r are having in ou Ma Sales, both in our Men's ai tonish us in tho least. At buyers from all surroundii grasping the opportunities \ AN OYERCO ALMOST THf You don't have the choice < served freedom of the creatr tide is rising and we are goi tinuing|this another week, to buy. By faithful represe anchored in the minds of oui ing and smashing of prices t moth departments. If you vinced. If you do believe rtfllOVO VIlUVAW I THE Hli! Market and DUTCHESS TROPSBB8 Perfect* Fitting Perfect Shape Trimmed Well Made Well At Popular Prices , % ^ I Every i? Fair Warranted THEY MEET Ti WAR You raiy buy a pair of DUT $2, $2.50, $3 AND WEAR THEM TWO M< BUTTON THAT COMES OFT IF THEY RIP AT THE WAIS1 CENTS. IF THEY RIP IN T] PAY YOU ONE DOLLAR, OR 'kA^V^vw^VWVSA^WWSA. Best in the Wo With every pair of Dul printed guarantee, with our understood that we will cat letter. BAEF SOLE A UK, NTS FOR ma akd gpnrnatpcfls. 1. to tory... un we r great M Overcoat id Boys' Department, doesn't asi any hour of the day you'll find lg towns, as well as Wheeling, ro're offering. AT AND SOU i PRICE OF ONE. rf one or two lots, but-the unre l of our stock, ?ur commercial ng to raise it still higher by conThis, above all others, is the time ntation the word "Confidence'"is r customers. Unmerciful squashhroughout every one of our mamdon't believe it, come and be conit, come anyway and convince B Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers... Fourteenth Sts. -BAEB'B CLOTHING HOUSE. Dutehess Ti?Aiicof>e JL A VUUVi u STYLE, MATERIAL AND FINISH : ir.iii' \ IE WANTS OF ALL. V/VlV^^/VS/N/VA/WWWS/WWWW^ [RANTY CHESS WOOL TROUSERS at , $3.50, $4 or $5 3NTHS. FOR EVERY SUSPENDER WE WILL PAY YOU TEN CENTS BAND WE WILL PAY YOU FIFTY HE SEAT OR ELSEWHERE WE TILL GIVE YOU A NEW PAIR. rid Try a Pair ichess Trousers sold we give a name attached, making it plainly ry out the above Warranty to a >'C Clotting Hous6, to A. m na miirnv rTU CT * ou I nuLnu JI. DUTCHESS TK0USR1I8.