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| , CL3 AR A WCE -8AXE-3T0NE ft THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas.
Clearance Sale
All over the big store. Each department lias its Bargain
Counter. Values that have given this store the
greatest January business in its 49 years' business history.
l'ew only of the inducements mentioned;
Ready-Made Sheets.
Size 81x90 Unbleached Sheets 4'c
Size 90x90 Unbleached Sheets 46c
Size 90x90 Bleached Sheets 49c
Size 42x72 Bolsters 25c
Size 42x72 Hemstitched Bolsters 39c
Ready-Made Pillow Cases.
Size 42x36 Pillow Cases ) 5c
Size 45x36 Hemstitched Pillow Cases ' 12k
Ladies' Fur Collarettes.
One-Half Price and in Some Instances Less the Rule Here.
Ladies' Black Coney Fur Collarettes, fancy silk lining, $2.50
value, at '. ... S1.25
Ladies' Black Coney Fur Collarettes, taffeta silk lining, regular
$4.5o value, at. $2.48
Ladies' Electric Seal Collarettes, elegant ,silk lining, have been
selling at $5.90 and $6.50, at $3.98
Ladies' Marten Collarettes, very full fancy silk lining, regular
$17.50 value, at $9.85
Finer Collarettes 011 up. All at proportionate reductions.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
and Embroidery Sale
Continued. Never have we had such a sale as this. Crowds of
agcr buyers around the departments every day; had'to engage
xtra salespeople to wait on the trade. Every quality, from medium
o finest, and in large varieties, included ,in this sale.
Basement Bargains.
Two Specials in Our Busy Houscfurnishing Department
Sutlburt s Royal Scotch Linen Writing Paper at 17c lb.
Irepe Payer, all colors 12c roll
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraps.
Never such business! Never such values! Our entire line of Lalies',
Misses' and Children's Jackets at exactly ONE-HALF PRICE.
IVe still have about 400 of the very best selling styles of the season.
_'ome early for them. They are selling fast. You may miss one
>f the ues! ones
Stone & Thomas.
CLOAK 3?GEO. M. SNOOK CO.
Geo. Snook & Co.
fig XTBAOBDIHARV
at aiu nm r tit n I
| IMS ILIM SfiLLlMr
+ " Ever seen?here or anywhere! **
We have divided our Jacket stock into three great lots, viz:
LOT J?All Jackets that have sold up to $7.00,
Now marked in rffr /"V P?
plain figures . .
LOT 2?All Jackets that have sold up to $16.00,
Now marked in A /\
plain figures . .
LOT 3?All Jackets that have sold up to $30.00,
Now marked in ffr FJ
plain figures . . ^^,^3
Great quantities of cacli, all iS96-7 styles, si7.es 32 to 42, and
ages '4 to 18.
We mean just wliat we say?that these prices arc for values
exactly as represented ami should interest buyers for miles
around.
As hundreds of dollars will he lost 011 these Jackets, the folIrminr
terms will not he deviated from:
O
Cash 011 delivery?110 exchange?no approvals?110 alterations.
A special lot of Fancy Silks at (>2lc, worth from $1..25 to Sj.no.
The Muslin Underwear Sale, the Blanket Sale, the Remnant
Sale are still in force.
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
NIGHT SHIRTS?M'FADDEN'S.
t n<(tJno Flannel |
l$l night shirts;|
km at half price. ij
" l3nllli? Sizes 14 1-2 to 18? ?
;; m, i i ,r for only 371-2 cents. ;;
*1 Ve make Shirts lo Order. {*
im^fj^dzdenst's,
THK CHEAPEST MXOUK IN WI1EKMNU, 1390 AND 1329 MARKET hTKKI'.T ' '
If your eye* need attention visit our
Optical Depurtment.
We have secured the services of Mr. IL
W. Ewalt, of Cleveland, Ohio, .if optician,
and can guarantee satisfaction to our
customers.
Dillon, Wheat & Hancher Co.
;: NOTICE. i
?
< > Retaining: the agency for the |
< Centemeri Kid Gloves, ladies desir- A
< ' ing them can be supplied by calling
? at my office. T
' * Persons having business with me
J | or the art room will be admitted at ^
{ either entrance?Main or Market? ^
4 of my store from 9 a. m. to ip.ni. 9
? |
I GEO. R. TAYLOR.
OflUm Sim. tfA 011.I -7 Fwttwntli wtiyt.
Kew ,\?1% frttirment*.
Public Sale Adjournment?Howard Haz^Orawl
Opera Houpe?Little Trlxle.
Notice-W. U. Sfinpj*oii.
llt.Mlr a' th? Ohio \ alloy.
city and County Rights?'Third Pago.
Notice?Adjournment of Sale?Howard
Uuzl'Ut.
Cuspidor?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
XoiI-'h to the Public?Charles Fetterers.
Our Qrait Dissolution Sale?The Hub?
Eighth Page.
Clearance Sale?Stone & Thomas?Eighth
Page.
Too Many Fine Overcoats?M. Gutman &
Co.?Fifth Pago.
Ladles' Percale Wrappers?Geo. E. Stlfel
& Co.?Third Page.
ATTENTION. BUTCHERS AND BREWERS!
For comfort, warmth nun durability
wear our celebrated All Wool Ktklt
Jacket* wild Comfort Coat*.
Theyarc the best mid tho cheapest. At
popular prices. All Hues again complete.
C. I1K?8 A. hO.VS,
Fashionable Tailors and Oenti' Furnishrri,
13*11 and 13593 Market street.
ItEMOVAfj WOTICE.
Jacob \V. Grnbb has removed his store
from the Grand Opera House building to
JVo. 1300 Market street, where a large and
elegant linn or Jewelry, Watch ts, Diamond*,
etc., may be found.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Matters of Minor Moment In aud Abont
the C'lty.
Grand this evening?"The Octoroons."
Mr. T. J. Cole Is a candidate for market
master.
City council meets in special session
to-morrow night.
Mr. John W. Kite, a prominent Republican
ut the Sixth ward, Is a candidate
for city Janitor.
There will be a stated meeting of Osiris
Tom pie, nobles r?f tho Mystic Shrine,
at the Masonic temple, on the 22d.
Mr. J. A. McDonald, formerly connected
with Xewall's hotel, Pittsburgh, is
the new day clerk at tho Windsor.
Upon complaint of her parents, Captain
Bennett, hunted up a wayward
daughter last night. She was sent to
the Rescue Home.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Fort Henry Club will
occur this evening at 8 o'clock. Directors
will be elected.
(trace St. Clair, the ln;nate. of an Alley
C report, and who fell In a (It on Market
street, Saturday night, was taken to
Pittsburgh yesterday afternoon.
Frank Dlerlnger, the eleven-year-old
boy who met his death by falling
through the Ice on the Back river Saturday.
while skating, will be buried
from the residence of his father, Mr.
Henry Dlerlnger, to-dav.
The big canvas sign which has boon
strung across the front of the Hub
building, was parHally blown down by
? W.? it I it Hp
Jilt' lllgn wiiiu i>i ?->
Officer Kd. Michaels removed tlie rest
of !t. before It was torn Into shreds.
There was all kinds of weather yesterday.
In the morning- It was fulr with
moderate temperature. In the afternoon
there was a miniature cyclone. Last
night it rained, and early this morning
the predicted cold wave was coming at a
great rate.
Saturday in Clerk Robertson's office,
the following transfer of real estate
was recorded: D?'??d mude December 29.
lS!Ki, by David c,. Morgan, trustee, to
the Pittsburgh, Wheeling and Kentucky
Hail road Company, for eighteen
feet of ground in the N^rth Wheeling
Company's addition. Consideration,
$250.
The revival services nt the Fourth
Street M. JC. church the past week
haw.- been largely attended. Last
nigh;, the pastor, Rev. I)r. Sooy, beautifully
told tlio story of the Prodigal
Son, and the lessons to b? gained from
the story. He was listened to by a very
large congregation. The revival services
will be continued every night this
week, excepting Saturday.
ABOUT PrOPLE.
Hlrmi?zrr? til tlwCite n.? I Vlirrlliiu Folk n
> tll'Dllll. *
L. C. Wilson, of Slstersvllle, is putting
up nt the Stamin.1.
A. llardl, a New Martinsville citizen,
Is in the city.
Eph Weils ,a well known resident of
Slstersville, Is at the AlcLure.
Joseph Gallagher was up from
Mound ville to spend part of Sunday In
the city.
fliaties B. Chancellor and F. H. Haller
hi i* two Parkersburg guests at the
Statu m.
c n. A. IT. Beach, wim has been seriously
ill for some time, in on the road
to recovery.
C. II. Jennings. a millionaire oil operator
of Pittsburgh, was ;it the Windsor
yesterday.
Homer Smith and N. 11. Tipp.-tt.
Point Pleasant citizens* wen* arrivals at
the MoLure last night.
John C. McRldowney nnd George 7..
Woodcock, <if Now .Martinsv|lle, are
stopping at the lIo\yell.
A. J. Scott and W. K. Scott are two
prominent oil operators of Pittsburgh,
among last night's arrivals at the Windsor.
t
Austin Beach eajfte down from Pittsburgh
on Saturday to visit his father,
Gen. A. II. Beach, and returned yesterday
morning.
NRtTRALOIA If the prayer of (he
nerve# for pure blood. Hood'N Samaparllla
Ih the One Truu Mood Purlllor
and nerve builder. ^ 4
EWALT,
HofrarilnM Optician, with
DILLON. WHKAT ft HANCHJCK CO.
HOZttM A of the mcuIp. or Scald Head,
evn in lt? most noverv form In nowrfjUlnirly
cured by Dpan'n Ojfitment.the
unrest Hpeclllo for all ltehln?w< of the
jfttn. t 4
All druggist* Kunrmitoo Dr. Ml In*' Pain
ru.i-H tohiup llettdacho. "Uno cent u dose."
THEY ARE COMING.
Cleveland Chamber of Commerce
Excursion to be Here.
A HUNDRED BUSINESS MEN IN IT
They will Arrive Ovir the Cleveland, Loraln
4l Wheeling Road Wedneeday, ana
will Depart on the Cleveland dt Pittsburgh
Road for Up-Rlver Polnta the
Next Morning?Will be Rntcetalned Inforiuallv
by the Wheeling Chamber.
The excursion under the auspices of
the Cleveland chamber of commerce,
which Includes Wheeling In Its itineracy,
will leave the Ohio city next
Wednesday morning and will reach
Wheeling over the Cleveland, Lorain
& Wheeling road that night at 10
o'clock. The excursionists will remain
In town over night, and leave on
Thursday morning for points up the
river via the Cleveland & Pittsburgh
railroad.
Although (he chamber of commerce
has not arranged for the formal reception
and entertainment of the visitors.
Secretary Haslett says they will
be entertained by members of the
chamber In an informal way. On account
of the late hour of their arrival
and the early train on which they
leavo the following morning, it will not
<UI. ... ?K?* PloL>a|onil?ra
lit* POSSIWC w.v.v?-yall
that Wheeling has *o show a visiting
business man. But their brief star
here will bo made pleasant. The itinera
ncy of the trip is as follows:
Wednesday, January 20, 7:30 a. m.?
Medina, 8::iQ u. m? 9:20 a. m.; Seville,
H:45 a. in.. 20:0."? a. m.; Maasillon. 10:55 a.
in.. 12:25 p. in.; Canal Dover, 1:45 p. m.,
2:45 p. m.; New Philadelphia, 2:50 p. m..
3::>0 p. tn.: Uhrlchsvllle, 4:10 p. m.. 6:10
p. nv: Freoport, C:50 p. m., 7:20 p. m.
Wheeling will next b" visited, the train
arriving there at 10:10 p. m.. and leavi
ii. . .n.ifninir at 11 nVtnck. !
moralized condition, and said mat ?
the men accept the *94 scale, and business
would brighten up in thirty, sixty
or ninety days, the present scale would
be restored. Just so soon as the market
warranted the restoration, the inen
would get it.
There are about three hundred men
employed in the .steel plant. They have
always had a scale, Independent of the J
Amalgamated scale, and the present
scale is slightly higher than the Amalgamated.
During the last year they
have not worked very much, and the |
Orders received by the company in.
that period have been few. Only three
days' work has been had in the past
month, owing to luck of orders. It is
claimed that if a lower scale be agreed
to, the men will not have so much idleness
to endure. The matter will probably
be amicably settled at the meeting
of the'employes this afternoon.
FOR AN ALIBI.
The Itowcry Forgery Cane to be Tried lu
the Criminal Court.
The Lowery forgery case will be heard
by Judge Hugus, of -the criminal court
this afternoon, for Che second time since
he has been on the bench. Two years
ago lie sentenced the defendant, R. L.
Lowery, to five years in the penitentiary.
iJVwaiy wiw i iiaigi u mut ..
check on Goodhue & Co., commission
merchants, for $38, and afterwards pettins:
JG on It in a North Market, street
saloon. The defendant appealed the
case then to the circuit court, which sustained
the decision. An appeal to the
supreme court waa successful, hence the
re-opening of t"he case thla afternoon.
The prosecution will oe conducted by
Prosecuting Attorney Meyer, assisted by
Messrs. Sommerville and Howard. The
defendant will be represented by Messrs.
Dry den and Robinson, who will make a
tight to prove an alibi.
BISHOP LATAHE,
Formerly of St, Maitlirm' Chnrck, thla
City, <>lrlir??r? Hli Birthday.
Bishop Jumes A. Latanc, of the Reformed
Episcopal church, residing In
Baltimore, formerly of St. Matthew's
In this city, celebrated his sixty-sixth
birthday on Friday last, and received
at his home in Baltimore many congratulations,
in person and by telegraph,
felicitating him on the continual
vigor of his life and the success of
his ministry, li will be remembered
that It was In Wheeling that Bishop
Lata no severed his connection with the
Hpiacopni eiiuren proper ana wun
Bishop Cumttiings and others. united
In Mil- reformed movement that separated
them /rem their old associates.
!:? enjoyd in this city the n-spoct ami
,t { 'om of not only his own people, hut
of those of all other denominations.
Sprclnl .\ullrf.
If your eyt-a Klve you trouble consult
our Mr. Kwjlt. refracting optician.
DILLON. WHEAT & HANOI 1KB CO.
MIXTTTRS seem like houra when a llf.?
la at atake. Croup glvea no time to send
for u doctor. delay may mean death.
One Minute Cough Cure gives Instant
rr?II**f and Insures recovery. The only
hu.-inleF* remedy that produces Imme<iint
o results. C. K. <Joetze, Cor. Twelfth
and Market i- v< ? ? ?; I* wlo ,Vr Co., Brlduport;
Pen body & riot). Ben wood.
THE King of Pills is Beecham'e?
P.KIX'HA.MS.
THE NEW WAY.
A WHAT SUCCESS I OR IIIING ALL
* KINDS Of I VIS ttllH (rlASSIS. 0
Our newHcltmtltlc method of examining
the eye* ami flitliiK KlttMM without put ttm;
UrtiKM In the ami milking the
|intfont blind for u week, or having them
nit for hour* looking at chnrt* nnd trying
to tit them*elvo? until they become no !?* - I
wlldcred they cannot tell what they ohm I
We lit the eye for examination without
depending on lite patient and know
when they are tit tod correctly,
consultation and examination free,
PROF. H. SHEFF, i
The Scientific Optician,
Telephone No. 2u3. 1110 Main Street. I
THE HUB?CIiOTHIEF
J ^T"*HIS is the store th
I the store that gi
| you are not satisi
Our Great
Dissolutioi
Saie??ic
ctill in nrncri
liifi ui>; luitvniiie u?u> o ? . T
Thursday, January 21?Slatersville,
12:10 p. in., 1:20 p. m.; Parkersburg, 3j
p. m., 4 p. in.: Marietta will be the!
next point, which *he excursion will
reach at 4 MO p. m., departing Friday
morning at 6:30 o'clock.
Friday, January 22.?Malto and MeConnellsvtlle,
8 a. m., 9:30 a. m.;Zanesvllle.
10:30 a. m.. 1 p. in.; Dresden, 1:30
p. in., 2:15 p. im; Coshocton, 2:45 p. m.,
4:15 p. m.; Baltic, 4:50 p. m., 5:10 p. m.;
Navarre. 6 p. tn, 6:30 p. in.; Canton, 7
p. m., 8:30 p. in.; Cleveland,10 p.m.
BENWOOD STEEL WORKERS.
They will Decide Whether They will AcctptaHednctloii
this Afternoon.
This afternoon at 2 o'clock in Benwood,
the steel workers of the Wheeling
iron and steel works will hold a
meeting in the Benwood city hall, to
consider a change of the scale they
have been working under the past two
years. The men were addressed by
President C. D. Hubbard, on Saturday
afternoon. He asked their consideration
of the 1894 scale, which is lower
than the one now In use. He reviewed
the steel Industry and Its present de
WVl'i -- - I JJof
men and bo
themselves of t
to secure good,
Cl<
Fu
at one-quarter
regular prices,
are offering our
nothing reserve
nobody's doubt
our own inco
ments, and we
sible for them to
t The original pr
still on them. A
selection and se
save.
THE HUB
Market and F(
I
Wheeling's Largest and Only
TROUSERS?bme
SO TWHIiPT
4
i l! 1 Aston
Aboir
BAERS
SOLE AGENTS DUT
MEN'S SHOES??T. H. L<
W^L WIND^
AA Y WITH A GRf AT SAIT. OF R
II 11
i Stacy Adams iV Co.'* Calf Cork;
Y Men's (tannine Calf Cork Sole,
tT IImi'c Vintin (lull' Cni'l.- Snln Hi
of GREATEST VALUI
\\ J. H. LOCKE
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DRUGGISTS.
fE & ^ur R'li?"sness,
Torpid Liver,
Indigestion,
I Nervousness,
KM Constipation.
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40 Pills in Box.
^lEfli^PSenl by Mail- Price 25 Crntx.
R. H. LIST, 1010 Main St.
ts AND F0E3WSHBRS.
! ?(
e people trust. This is 1
;ves the money back if I
ied. * J* j
1
ess. Hundreds
ys have availed
his opportunity
honest
othing and
rnishings
and one-half
Remember we
entire stock?
id. They are
ful Values, but
mparable gar-"
will be responthe
last thread.
ice tickets are
lake your own
:e what you'll
. />? - * ii.^
} uotmecs, natters
\ and Furnishers...
)urteenth Sta
Strictly One Price House.
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XX STHBET.
ishing I
: a difference a new pair of trousers
s to an old suit There's economy
satisfaction in piecing out the sea- I
We have a large stock of trousers? H
what you want?have something I
vill go well .with any. coat and vest? K
3
2 oo - ? $4.00. I
t tOO Patterns to Select From.
Clothing House, I
CHESS TROUSERS.
>CKR SHOE COMPANY. KH
izztztttzzuzxtts I
P 1896 jjg|
rlEN'S CORK SOLE SHOES. JI
Sole Shoos, the $5 kiuil, $3.50 fj fl
tlio $3.50 kind . . i?'-'-50 II
o ?i.50 kind . . , $1.75 ^
ES IN THE CITY.
r SHOE CO.HI
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Special Gearing S^l
* AT*
Reduced Prices?
On a great many goods
before stock taking... I
JOHN FRIEDEL S COM
1119 MA.IX ATHEBT.

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