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STONE & Workmen are nbw te; ent store. Rather thar | "" $200,000 worth of Dn Notions, etc., damaged have been cut right and only mention a few ite prices have been cut: 5,000 yards 36-inch Unbleached IV 3,000 yards 4>inch wide Sheetln( ' 2, $00 yards 9.4 Seamless UnWeic t'ii it ? ? ?< y y* . 35 pieces 34 and 27-inch wide Prl at 85c qualities, at_? 10 pieces 33-Inch wide Drapery Sil for elsewhere, here at. ' . 5,000 yards Printed Batiste, In t styles, at ? . , 4.800 yards Printed Dimities, wid always sells at loc, at b, 100 pieces fine Spring Novelty AllI Dress Goods reduced to 98c, ? 50 rolls of the best All-Wool Inirr* S buy better anywhere for 75c, V 500 rolls China and Japanese A 19c, 12 i-jc and I: , . = STONED silks?obo. If? il-: At such prl vW^trilA 5e<?n. may 1 an extraord Silks the ot / czji fn/y uiuay iiiwii kSSkZSS S) piece newest and best styles, con dark novelties in Warp Prin if Persians at the following ui Silks up to $3.0 Silks up to $2.( | Not a yard in the lot but w ?o to ioo per cent higher. I offers we place on sale our? so great as will make this i & Co- an event to be remer Some of the prices : Block Satin Duchess, prices st* Black, Brocaded Silks, extra g and 9I.1?. Black Satin J.uxors marked do Black Waterproof India Silks < Fancy Silks as low as 29c yard, 27-inch wide Block Satin I)ach< Geo. M. S I jOur $1 t ,Are ^cri* ; McFadden s i i 1320 AND 1322 "*" ? ^^^^^ ^ ? '0.?8T0NE fr THOMAS. i THOMAS iring down part of our presi hav(> our stock of over ess Goods, Silks, Carpets, by dust and mortar prices I ieft. in this space we can ms, which shows the way !!!"?.. 3lAc 1 4Kc hed Sheeting 9?c nted HabuUi Silks, 75c 39c k, the kind you pay 50c 29c in elegant line of spring 3s/*c Ith, style and quality that Wool and Silk-and-VVool Q _ 75-. 59C. 49c?n<l Ov7 C In Carpets; you cannot A O _ " ; T*OC / tatting reduced to 2 5c, Q ^ ^THOMAS M. SNOOK a CO. KS.... ces as these were never before -.ever again be seen ! We made inary purchase of fine Novelty her day. They go on sale Satling, May 2. is?2,076} yards, this season's isisting in the main of light and t Persians and Plaid and Striped imatchably low prices ; M) yard now $1.19. )0 yard now 98c. hat has sold this season at from In addition to these unparalleled fntire line of Silks at reductions 1896 Silk Sale'of Geo. M Snook nbered for years. rt at 49c, worth 85c yard. ;ood ones, reduced to 67c, 79c, 98c wn to"69c, 79c and 9Sc. loirn to 59c, 69c and 79c yard. sss, for skirts, <(I.7o grado for $1.39. nook & Co. .50 Hats! absolutely without equal. Hor stvle, $ It, quality and wear they arc far su- d >r to most liats sold for $200 and 1 '5- J ack and Brown, newest shape*. * ;W lints ol all klmls now ready. J Dne-Price Store. 1 - - Jf MARKET STREET. f (STACY ADAMS & CO. M ini! n' flio top of the Udder. n" in?Uor liotr rit|.|.11/ iiio wh?i?l?of progr?m turn. Tln? cut mi* ktjrlo, wo hat* olherw. nil up (o llm dny COIMKCT STVI.ES! HHillT PRICE*! Ben's Pineal Vlcl Kid, KM! $5 Men's Best Palent Leather, S. $5 Men's Best Calf Shoes, K. $4 J. H. LOCKE SHOE CO. THE OPHTHALMOSCOPE. The ophthnlmancoplc examination la or valuo to show the condition of the refractlor media, of the optic norve nnd retina, nnd of the wholo Interior of the eye. and to reveal the y?T*M^co ut any \\&tl\uLogtcal condition that may-bo present, thus ex* plaining the catiHe of the Impaired vlHlon and IndlcatUiK whether glasses or medical treatment In noeded. Prof. Levitt has made a life-long, careful study of the eyo and how to correct defect* of vision. No charge 1m made If advlco la given you a* to whetlicr g lasso* wilt benefit or not. Satisfaction In guaranteed in every case. Dillon, Wheat & Hancher Co. Prof.. I). A I,. LEriTT. Mantgcin. fflicjtvklligciwr oninei Not. 'JA nml *47 fuur(?*ntli New AdrrrtlMimentft* Do You Want a Carpet??House ft Herrmann?Fifth I'age. A Good Thins?Huebel'B Grocory House. Dress Good* Etc.?Stone St Thomas? Eighth Page. Th? Beat Men's Suits?Kraus Bros.? Fifth Page. A Halt Is Called?The Hub-Eighth Pago. Adjourned Trustee's Salo-G. L. Cranm?r. For Sale?Smith & "Dickinson. Notice?H. Cl. Zane. Wanted?One Washer nnd One Ironer. Notice?W. (J. Raymond. SPBIHO OFEKIRO OF C. H?S8 k 80N& All th? nrwil nwreltlfa, romUlluv of Saltings, Trouaertngs and Ortrcoitlu*!, new in etoek. Stylish make-ap, flrat-clnaa workmanship mud At at IowmI pH??. lu oar KnriiUhlug OtptHMtnt we ?r? otfrrlnc special lwritlni In Puderwnr, 45c How aud Kullf/ Shirt*. C. lira * SO.**, Faahlounblr Tailor* and Om?I?' FuruUhcn. 13S1 and 1343 Markat Street. ' MAVR ytnr tm tralMl (b rcl a Mcarrrf ofolwr|?b)r JACOB TV. GRimD Jeweler and Opt Iclan. Market and Twelfth treel*. COCAL BKEVmXS Maltin of Mluor MomnU In and A boat the City. The grand Jury of the criminal court meets thin morning. Grand to-night?Gonsalea opera company In "Olrofle-Glrofla." The hod carriers are demanding an advance from ?! to |2 25 per day. The Ohio River train due at 6:45 o'clock Saturday evening, was delayed six hours by a landslide near MoundaVillH. Th? stone mason* employed on the Vatice memorial church nt Altenheltn. declared a strike on Saturday. It was rainrr a pvvuiiur miv i?r \nc i cnmrn umi the foundation was completed. Officer Kemple hail a pretty tough time of it yesterday in arresting "Jes?" Nlekerson on a oharg*? of disorder. "Jew" did not want to go to the lockup and resisted. and as a consequence will have to answer the additional charge of resisting the officer at police court this morning. The Marshnll county Republicans meet on next. Saturday. May 9. in the several district voting places, to name delegated to the two delegate conventions at Clarksburg nest week. I>lstrict meetings to name delegates to the state. conjrroslonnl. senatorial and Judicial conventions will be held in Marshall county on July 11. ABOtJT PEOPLE. Strnn|(pra In (lift City nnil Wheeling Polk* Abroad. Miss Jennie Bailey Is visiting at Cambrldgeboro. Ha. E. I. Marsh, of Slstefsvllle. was a Sunday visitor In Wheeling. Ex-Senator Camden, of Parkersburg. Is a guest at the McLure. Miss Kaiherlne Steln la seriously 111, at her home In North Wheeling. Mr. Alex Hlrth and Charles Israel, of the Kr.d, are visiting rriena* in Pittsburgh. C. \V. Watson. of Fairmont, wan a vUltor In tho city yesterday. a guest nt the Windsor. Prof, Ilyron W. King. the well known reciter and teacher of elocution, of Pittsburgh. was In the city yesterday. Miss Km ma l/>ng. of V.as\ street, who has been suffering from n very painful cut. made by u stone, Is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford, who have bet-n visiting Mrs. Henry Beut<r. of North Market street, for ?ome time, have returned to their home In Columbus. Among the late arrivals at the Stamm yesturclay were fc\ H. Cole, Philadelphia; K. M. IJHrtlett. PnrkVrsburg; J. !?. Heed. Pittsburgh: T. C. Hum*. Toronto, Ohio; Charles Stager, Ht. Clalrsvllle. Among the guests at the Winder yesterday were 8. It Saunders; ltuffalo; R. M. J'rather. Cincinnati; K. W. Hunting. <5nm.l Haplds; Floyd Clmney. New York; I). Alexander. Pittsburgh. H. C. Comfort. H In ton. W. Va.: W. H. Purdy, Jam*** MeMiillin. Moundsvllle; James Cuslek. Slstersvllle; Wllllnm Frank. Marli-ttn. were among the Howell House guests yesterday. H??n. Jacob S. Hyer. of Braxton county. H In thsclty, n gueat nt the Me Lure. n.'n? iu rtf i?t/? l?<i.llnir iKinlr.'intM I for the Republican nomination for auditor of atate, the ofllce for which he run on the Republican ticket four ymrs ago. The Itov. 1). A. Cunningham, D.D., In hln t.fllclal rapui'itv ,u a director of the Western Theological Seminary, Alio, gheny City, Pa., and a member of the examining committee, will bo present nt the oral examination of the ?tud*nts <?f that InfttIttiCloti to-day and to-morrrw. On Thursday, May 7th, Dr. f.'unnlmrham will deliver the annual addreait before the Society <?f Inquiry of the Lane Theological Seminary, lit the Walnut IUIIm Presbyterian church Cincinnati. flow tu Trent n U'lfr. From Pacific Health Journal: First, get n wife; second he patient. You may havo great trials anil perplexities in your business, but do not therefore, carry t?? your home a cloudy or contract* ed brow. Your wife may haw trials, which, though of l^ss magnitude, may be hard for her to bear. A kind word, a tender look, will do wonders In rlias I.,.- K?s..v nil cliillflM Of stoillli. nit in?m - - To thin we would ncM nlwny* keep n bottle of Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy In ihe houne It \f ih?? bent and If aure in i*? needed nooner or Inter. Your wife wW \\^w Vuvtsv that you really care for her itinl wiah to protect her health. Till*'<11 k\ ?'??t M- Snook & Co. I"l. t llmo offer nt nuch wonderfully low prloen nre thin waHon'n brightest and Ihnm HtylfH. ON IS Mlnttie Cough Curo touchen th* rlijlit upot. It also touehrn It nt tho tight tlrnf* If you *ako It when you hava n. cough or cold. Heo tho point? Than don't cough. Logan & Co.. Wheeling. W. Va., n. K. I'eabody. Ibmwoud, and " liowle &. Co., Urldgeport. O, 4 WEST VIRGINIA. What a Republican Has to Say of tho Coming Election. PREDICTS A SIGNAL VICTORY For ilia Republican* lu tbli Hate?fayt the Majority for MeKlnley and Atkinson Will lUarh Thirty one Thoneand-Knthuataum U Keen In Every Corner of the State?The Unanimity of ISeuflment for Mr. Atklmou for Governor. J % A well known Republican whoso buslI ness takes him to every part of tha | state, who Is a close observer* and has j the facilities for observation, was In the city yesterday In the course of a talk I with on Intelligencer reporter, he spoke I Interestingly of the prospects for Republican success In West Virginia this year. "Since 1894 there have been heavy ac1 cessions to our party throughout the state, and those Democrats who voted with us then are not back-sliders. They are us good Republicans to-day as I am. Our plurality In *!#4 for congressmen reached over 13,000. Many people do not know that we really carried the state then by a larger majority than that. Hut It Is true. The Republican legislative candidates pulled over 16,000 more votes than their Democratic opponents." "What will be the figures of '96?" "From it careful survey of the situation throughout the state,-taken within the last six weeks, I believe that McIvlnley for President and Atkinson for governor, will receive pluralities of more than 30,000. You may think this Ih a wild guess. It Is not. The state of things In the Republican camp compared with the situation within the Democratic picket lines. Justifies my prediction. On our side of the fence we are united from Hancock to Wayne, from JefTerson to Wood. Everywhere our people are united an*! harmonious. On the other hand, how are our Democratic friends situated? To tell the strict truth, "they don't know where they are at." The maases of the party In this state are as much at sea regarding Issues and men as their leaders are. Factions are everywhere sapping the Htnmirth nf what was once a fine party organisation. Disorganization, loos of voting strength and four years of misadministration are th?? mill stones that will sink the Democracy of West Virginia so deep In the sea of ballots next November that it may never be heard from again." The gentleman referred to the universal demand all over the state for the , nomination of Mr. Atkinson for govj emor. Nowhere is there anything but Atkinson sentiment. "In fact, the sentiment for your Ohio county man." con| eluded the Intelligencer's informant, "is I .is strong as the desire all over the state to see Major McKlnley the Presidential | standard bearer of the party." FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. ' Hr. Addlaott Itrar! M Ihr Republican Xomtnr* llil? Yrar. ! The .Republican candidate for county assessor in the city district is Mr. AddiI son Israel, of Union district. Mr. Israel Is well and faw??Mv known over the MO ADDISCN ISRACL. Candidate for Aw*sor (City.) county, and will no doubt poll n biff vote next Novi-mln'r. Hp is engaged In the clear business oh a manufacturer of the Wheeling stogie. He u?* a member of the city council preceding the present body. _ Drlrgalr* to Detroit. On Saturday evening Crescent lodge No. s. Amalgamated Association of Iron. Tin and Steel Worker* held a meetln* at Trad"* Assembly hall and selected Fr?d. William* i represent the lodge at the national c.mvrntlon of the order at Detroit tin May 19. P.*ter Walt was chosen alternate. The delegate was instructsd to fnvor an Itierease In puddlors wages from U to $4 .*>0 per ton. Krw Pill*. Bend your nddress to H. E. Bucklcn & Co.. Chicago. and gvt a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits These pills are easy in nctlon and ore P?rt!<ulnrly effective In the rare of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria un?i i.ivt irouoicn mcy imvc boon proved Invaluable. They are guaranteed to be j?crf??ctly free from every deleterious substance ami to be purely vegetable. They do rot weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate I the system. Regular slae 2Se. per box. | Sold by Logan Drug Co.. Druggists. 4 I CTAYI FV ^Vnlsts by the hundred. Just i l.i.MJJ opened Sutunlay. tIEO. M. SNOOK & CO. Pnltllr Snlr. Saturday. .May H. 1896, at 1A o'clock, i we will sell at the court house, a lot front thirty feet on Norlii Front street, on Whaling Island and running earn to (he river, wltli new frame house of twelve rooms, with all modern conveniences. Terms*?One third cash, the balance In one and two years, with Interest. JAMKS I?. HOC;KltS. \V. J. W. COWDKN*. Commissioners. IIAVIKHMPR nowhere than ilAAl'OW.tllill t !??>?<* Just opened by PRO. M. SNoOK & CO. ALL KINDS OP TO FITTED. rtfs* fxuuxfd for glasses fiu:k of riumn:. If you iirr?l Sjh-i t?rl?*, llrr or lirail rhH wliru muling or raving, ronanlt n? hikI hn?r )?nrrr? rvnmlnrri Iter (loMn frtr of rhurgr. IMfltrnll roara imrUllf. lf>on Imvr trirrf nllirr* lid fulled to flnd nlm*r* to anil your ryu, ramr to m mill wr wilt ifi'litd ?l?'l?l cliiMft Itoryonr ror. Xrw Inuw |ml In nny atvtr frame. All kind of tflnaaea rr|xtlrr?l. Uold |lu?n lukm In rtrltNiigr. Molld (told NpfvUrln nttr?l to ll??*)fi from I3..1II tip, wit-el from tl.OO ui>. CHOI*. NIIK.I'K, Nt-lrii t IIU< Opl It-Ian mill N|?e?-tallBt lu r*fr?rHon of llir eyr, 1110 Main alrtcl. Ilcad?|imrlrra for Ai llflelal Kfn. THD gPB 0L0THIBB3 A Halt Is Calk A A.! 1 nnlrArl no vraafi A menu uoivuu uo JCOV be continually quoting si for fear tho pcoplo would clothing. Wo' told him are not for cheap clothinj low prices simply mean i 35 per cent, quality and s in the city. Wo carry as high-pric have garments that woul tailors for a half less tha aro naturally attracting tho criticism of our comp to say, if you find as goi 1 money as the one you bu and get your money bad fore the best patterns arc The Golf Combinatior Here are iiie greatest i All-Wool Combination Si pants, a dou|)le-broast6d all to match,'entire out others at $3 and $3 50. Confirmation Suits witl three stores in tho city ca the moat important of i prices range from S3 00 1 Fine Novelty Wash J littlo Novelty Wash Suit; the sun, made with the reversable collars and cuf A thousand Wash Pants Perhaps you are look! high-priced qualities. A Our Blue, All-Wool Gua for short trouser boys at THE HUB Market and Fc I^Ttu Largest and Only Strictly i CLOSING OUT SALE OF FUf n nninrr biudiny $30,00 sold at less than manufai ed stock of the most rel the country of Sideboarc foniers, Bed Room Suit Rocking Chairs, etc there still remains or last week several style; Room chairs at $I.0< price. Also a large ass Room Tables at one-hal Come early and securi *not last long. Asslgnoo of BED LOUNGES-WHITE, 1 Bed Lc If you want a bargfti Lounges. Full size v> 1 O FOR 50 CENTvc White, Handli 2245-47-49 MAS AND PURNI8HER3. id erday if we were not afraid to iich low prices in the papers think wp only sold low price no, because theso low prices ?, but forflno clothing. Theso i saving to you of from 20 to tyle considered, on any prices :ed clothing as anyone. \Ye d make excellent models for in they ask. Our low prices attention, and also attracting etitors. Wo have this much ad a suit elsewhere for your ly of us you can return ours c. Pick'your spring suit bei sold. Pick it to-day. i Suit. Irives ever offered boys. Fine aits, consisting of two" pairs of coat, cap and extra buttons, fit ?5, five to fifteen years; i long and short trousers. Xo in show such a stock in these, ill suits for your boy. Oar x) $12. iuits. Any number of sweet s in almost every fabric under patent underwaist, also with fs. They start at 50c to $3 50. at a quarter a pair. ing for a low-priced suit with . hard combination, isn't it? ranteed Double-Breasted Suit $3 50 hit it. I Clothiers, Hatters ) and Furnishers... >urteenth Sts. Dna-Prica House in tbe Slit:. tNITURB-AND CARPETS. our 0 worth of Furniture and Carpets now being cturer's cost. A well selectiabie goods manufactured in Is, China Cupboards, Chifs, Parlor Suits, Odd Pieces, i hand from our special sale ? of Oak Cane Seat Dining O each, worth double the :ortment of Parlor and Bed f original price. j these bargains, as they will J". BL. SCAXiXJ, Alex. Frew, 1117 Main Stroot IANDLEY & POSTER. iunoes! \J n get one of our 50?nlv 5 PER WEEK. ey t Foster, IET STREET.