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CLEARANCE SALE?STONE tc THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas
CONTINUE TO-DAY THEIR
Clearance Sale.!
Thousands of economical buyers look advantage of
the lo*v prices last week and we will make this one even
more attractive.
Dress Goods.
About 10 pieces 38 to 40 inches wide Novelty Dress Goods in a
good assortment of colors: sold on sight daring the season
at 39 cents and 50 cents; SPECIAL CLEARANCE
PRICE 29c
Lot of 54-inch wide Strict!v All-Wool American-made Suitings,
regular 750 value. SPECIAL CLEARANCE PRICE... 49c
Abour 300 yards of Silk and Wool S!ri]>ed Suiting, 46 inches
wide, the Si.75 kind. SPECIAL CLEARANCE PRICE. 98c
About 500 yards 36 and 40 inches wide dark Diagonal Cheviot,
ivas jo cents the yard, all must be sold to-day at 9c yd.
T ^ ^ f_ ~ C..V I
LucIUIC5 V^IUctlS. dllU k/U L JWtyax (.mull.
About 50 Norfolk Plaid Waists, tile Sl.io hind, SPECIAL
CLEARANCE PRICE <)8c
ladies' Cashmere Waists, lined throughout, the regular SJ.50
kind, SPECIAL CLEARANCE PRICE $1.69
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Sale continued. The most successful one in years. Another
invoice just received.
ladies' Good Muslin Corset Covers 7c
Ladies' Cambric Corset Covers 10c
Children's Coats.
Children's Eiderdown Cloaks, trimmed in Braid and Angora
Fur, the S2.50 ami S3.50 kind, CLEARANCE PRICE...
99c and
Ladies* and Misses' Jackets.
Our entire stock without reserve at exactly one-half former low price.
Winter Underwear.
No wonder this department is kept busy. Never have we had
such a large trade as this season. No room to mention prices, but
they arc about one-half real value. All kinds, from medium to finest.
Basement Suggestions.
Crcpc Paper, ail color?, per roil 12c
J lurlburt's Royal Scotch Linen Writing Paper, per lt> iyc
Clamp Skates, all sizes 39c
Stone & Thomas.
JACKETS?GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
THE ^JACKETS
KIND
? f ii ~VB WE SELL AT '
Tlicy conic in plain ami rough materials in Black, Solid Colors
anil Mixtures.
Collars liavc a generotts flare, which can l>e arranged into
info various pleasing positions.
No lay-down collars from last season among ours.
Sleeves fit tight from w rist to elbow, from which point they
suddenly expand into generous fullness.
Distinctly this year's style.
Hacks arc pleated into fold*, which cannot heconic disarranged.
A decided improvement over last season's styles.
All other important features of the 1896-7 Jackets are embodied
in our line.
WE HAVE NOT picked lait the least desirable styles
from which to give yoti selection.
But every Jacket in stock will be found among the
lines marked
$2.95, $4.95, $7.95.
These prices represent about one.third requlor values.
Sponge Crepon Interlining,
The 35c grade will he sold this week only at by the
piece of ten \ arils and 8c yard for smaller quantities,
U CtrtnnL fi Cr%
VfV/Vi ITI v/nwri? M w?
8WEAT!?R3-M'FADl>EN-ii.
tlhnl will you worm In Jtero weather. ^
!?< for Halloi' Collar Hwcuter*.
! for M? n'n Ifrtvy Wool Bw<-nlr>if>. 9
j j
McFADDEN'S, t1
The Cheapest Store in Wheeling, |}
" o I
If your eyes ne*<l attention visit our
Optical Department.
We have Fccuretl the Bervlcr* of Mr. II.
W. Kwalt. of Ck-velani1. Ohio, a* optician,
antl can guarantee satisfaction to our
customer*.
Dillon, Wheat & Hanchef Co.
I We Are j
j| Willing** H
ITo have you a.?k those who
have bought
Krakauer %
dt Pianos ||
Of u* what they think of their ?f
piano# and of us. We believe Iff
they know mcwt about th* gR
pianos nr>'l a???iit our business
{UlfUlfMlS. ASK IrtBJl. -ry
As !o prices and tfcrmi ask us.
F.W.BaumerCo. ?
1310 31M1KET STREET. gj
2ta3ntrlligcnrrr
<Ko?. SS aixl -7 > .iiirfrsiith Afr?*Mf.
5w Ailvrrilielucut u
I^ost?A Lady'* Pockeihook.
Business Property for Sale?Edward W.
Bnies.
We aro Willing?F. W. Baumer & Co.?
Eighth Page.
Cages?<>o. W. Johnson> Sons.
Annua! 3tfeet!r.u W?-st Virginia Home for
Aged and Friendless Women.
For Sale? Bailalre Steel Stock: AetnaStandard
Iron and Steel (7a stock.
Hrdem?>Uon of Washington Hall Association
Bond*.
Wanted?Room and Board in Private
Family.
Sweaters?McFadd*n'&?K(ghth I'tge.
Luncheon i>ellcaci?5?Albert Stolze St
Co.
STORE BOOM FOB REXT.
I offer my store building, \o. 1131 Mala
street, for rent. It la particularly mil
adapted, by location aud eqalpmeut. for
a flue retail dry goods business. First
aud second stories are each '410 ftel deep
and tlir third 33 fret. Flue combination
gas aud electrical llilnrei all through the
bnlldlug. Car)>et between the counters
ou the lower floor aud all orer the secoud.
nuil the modern conveniences aud IIItares
of a dry goods store. It has also a
.Market street entrance. Can be leased for
a term of years. Apply to the otvuer.
?iw? ? irivuiR.
ATTEHTIOK. BUTCHERS A5D BREWERS!
For romforl, warmtli unit durability
wear onr rtlrltrnlnl Alt Woo! Knit
Jacket* and Coiufbrt Coata.
Tl?e>- are the beat auil Ihr cheapeat. At
popular prlrea. All lltira again complete.
C. tli>S A. M?.\S,
Faahlonable Taltora nutl ( >uU* Kurniahfr?(
13*41 autl 1.T43 .Market ?lrcet.
KE.MOVA1, NOTICE.
Jacob W. (irnbli haa rrmoi rd lila atore
frwiit I lie (.rami Optra lliiuac hultdlug fti
So. MOW Market Mrrrl, where a larjr autl
elegant lliir at JetTtlrf* Watch ft, Dl?muadi,
etc., may lw round.
LOCAL BREVITlEl
Mattrra of Minor .<I>?;u-ut lu and li mit
i lie ritr.
Council meets to-r.lght In regular se?Hlon
urand to-night?Pete Baker In "Chris
and Lena."
The WurcvooJ J x>l *vorl(!? i.? now
working four furnace;*, and the employed
anticipate u &teady run.
The Mem-roon Club' will pive u private
hi ;> at Myer's hall on February s.
.McClelland will furnish the music.
An alarm from box about 8:30
o'clock yesterday morning, gave the
fir** department a run to the shoe shop
neat the Market stree: bridge. An
verheated chimney caused the alarm,
and the damage was slight.
The ladles' Auxiliary of the A. O. H.
;vf!l hold its fir*t annual state convention
in Ben wood some time next month
The l'>cal ladle* in charge are innTclntc
clatorate arrangements for the success
of the convention.
The regular Sunday evening entertainment
of the Mozart singing fociety.
was an unusually enjovauie one. i?csides
the number* rendft'ed by the
society and the CJrand Opera House
orchestra, solos were sung by guests
of the society.
Mrs. Su* Englehart. a well known
South Side woman, yesterday morning,
early. rushed Into the Eighth warcl engine
houfe and "aid come ruffians in
attempting to get In her house, corner
Thirty-seventh and Wood streets,
smashed several panes of glass.
This evening it the Pythian cattle,
01l!o Valley lodpe.Hrotherhood of Ruilroad
Trainmen, will mak' merry at lt.?
annual ball. There will be n goodly
showing of the railroader*, with their
wives and sweethearts. an*l the nffalr
without doubt, will be an enjoyable
one.
A LARGE AUDIENCE
Attracteil to Ilie Flrtl uf I In- ( . A, It. KutrrlnliintriiU
l.n?t Mtjlil.
The flrs: of the series of entertainmenu
being Riven by the local Grand
Army people, through which to rals-funds
for the entertainment of the old
soldiers ot the annual meetitiR^ of th?veterans'
organisation which take
place In Wheeling next April, wa*
given last evening at 1. O. O. P. hall,
and attracted a large .audience. The
programme Ki\?*n In the IntelliR'ncr
yesterday morning was curried out,
greatly to the enjoyment of the audience.
T wiight the ladies of the Woman'-1
iieufrf Corp' will fiv a festival aiui
bazaar. A.'itl t >-morrow evening tinSons
of Veterans will five an oyster
supper.
TOR ASSAl'LTINO HIS WIFE
Dirk" Davit, n ttrllnlrr Cnlorril llaii,
An-r?lrillu Wheeling.
Officer Gardner made a clever cuptun*
of Dick Davis, wanted In Bellalre,
for* a brutal assault or.
his wife. Inat n)(2il. in the Second
ward. Iiavls <\>inmitt?nl tin* ad.sault
Saturday evrulnx. cam?* so
Wli?M-l!A description of him wj
ii>nt luiv by th?- ltellalre police, ami
Officer ' Alex" was but .1 few hours In
landing hhn behind th* prlxon
DivIa refused Ij no t<? Hdlulrv without
requisition papers, which will
probably be obtained to-dny.
A 8KN81BLH woman will not full to
krep a bottl" of Solvation Oil on hand
for nils and bruises. It is unrivaled. :' >
c??nts.
WE havo the exclusive aale of the celebrated
Barney & Berry
Skate* .la?nn C. Stamp, oppo*
site pojilofllce.
CAME TOGETHER.
Wheeling Steel Works Employ*-?
aud President Hubbard
AGREED AT A. CONFERENCE
On a Scale of Wage* at the Steel Plant far
(IicEhibIbc Year?The Company Modifled
lu Terms of a Week Ago, and the
Men Decided to Aeeept-The Plant will
Start Thursday, and n Steady Ran is
IIoped For?The Particular*.
The differences exiting between the
Wheeling Steeland IronCompany and the
steelworkers in its employ have been
amicably settled through a conference of
the *te?lworkers committee and President
C. R. Hubbard. The committee reported
to the men yesterday afternoon,
and the agreement being satisfactory,
the men agree to go to work at the scale
agreed on. The company'* demands
were a modification of those mad* a week
ago. when the men were asked to accept
a reduction averaging a general cut of
from ten to fifteen per cent.
The new scale makes a slight reduction
on the tonnage men. but the day men
[ will receive practically whs! they got
! before. A tew engineers will bare their
wages increased by the scale. The company
posted a notice yesterday that the
I steel plant will re?ume ?n Thursday
morning next. It i* believed that th.?
! men will be given a fairly steady run.
WAIVED A HEARING.
Bigamy May be the Charge Agalnat
?Iamrt P. Workman?Ttto Women Claim
to Have Been Legally Wedded to lllm.
The hearing of James P. Workman,
late of Pittsburgh, but recently a resident
of Wheeling, who was arrested
hs Ur.tf/w T.lottf.tnta.nr Dsn In?rom on
the charge of adultery preferred by his
wife, who came down from Pittsburgh,
occurred yesterday afternoon before*
Justice Rogers. and ended In Workman
waiving preliminary examination. He
was committed to Jail in default of bond
to await th? action of Ijie next criminal
court grand Jury.
The woman with whom Workman has
been living In Wheeling claims to have
been legally wedded to hlin. If this is
true there is a clear case of bigamy
against the man. for the Pittsburgh
Mrs. Workman Is undoubtedly his legal
wife. They have not lived together for
fome time. and she would not have disturbed
him were It not that his signature
was necessary for the transfer of
certain property.
In Pittsburgh. Workman was a stock
broker, having an office under the Richelieu
hotel. Recently he came to Wheeling
and was employed in a Ioeal stock
broker's office. H<? lived at a boarding
house on North Main street.
(il?f the Flrtmm Itoom.
Members of the fire department are
protesting against the common occurrence
of teamsters neglecting to get out
of the way of the engines and reels In
g<?lng t?> a fire. In the run yesterday
morning, the Eighth ward engine collided
with a milk wagon Ht the corner of
Thlrtv-ihird and Chapline sirert. and
the dairyman luckily escaped having his
waeon wrecked, and had he suffered
such a lo?*. It would haw br*n his own
fault, us he had no need of turning the
corner. He could plainly .^ee the engine
rumlng down Thirty-third street. There
i.-? an ordinance to the effect that the firemen
should have the righ; of way. but It
)u* been disregarded of late. The slippery
condition of the streets make? it
necessary that the firemen be given u
clear track.
A Card to Fifth Waul Uflzrn*.
To tho Republicans aod All CItliens of the
Fifth Ward.
Having be?n honored by my friend*
with th?? nomination for the s-cond
branch of council. I !ak~ this method of
thanking my supporters at the recent
primaries. and of stating my regrets
that sickness now prevents me from
calling on rny friends and taking an
active part looking toward- the succesa
of the Republican ticket at the coming
election, i thank you all nnd my
friends I trust will not forget me.
Respectfully.
J. D MeFADDKN*.
Wheeling. W. Va.. Jan. 2.1. 1M7.
RHET'MATISM Is caused by lactic
acid In ths blood. Hood's Har^apurill*
:i-utrallzes the acid nnd cures rheumatism.
10
NOW is your opportunity to buy a
good i.rcan cheap. See page for ou.*
offer on second-hand organs, for this]
week. F. W. BACMER CO.
SKATES. Skate Hags. Skate Sharptriers.
Polo and Hockey Stick*,
at Jason C. Stamp's, opposite
]>ostofflc?.
More for Rent.
I offer my store building. No. 1150 Main
street, for rent. I: Ik particularly well
adapts, by location and equipment, for
a line retail dry good* business. First
and second stories are *ach 210 f^-t deep
an.I th? thlrtl 2*3 feet. Fine combination
gas and electrical fixture* all through
the building. Carpet between the cu?liters
on the I ?wer lloor and all over th<?
second, and the modern conveniences and
fixture-* of a dry pood* store. . It has also
a Market street entrance. Can be leased
for a term of years. Apply t?? the owner.
GEO. a TAYLOR.
Thontmitl Mite KnllroRi Tirkvfa.
The Cleveland. I?ra'.n & Wheeling
railroad are selling thi best Interchangeable
thousand mile book. Consult
thfir agents, or address M. i?. Carrel.
O. P. A.. Cleveland, Ohio, for list of
rallr >ads accepting Cleveland, Lorain &
Wheeling books.
ATHLETIC SWEATERS, all-wool,
for skat inc. howling, polo,
hockey, and all out-door exercise.
They arc iiiado to keep
you warm. Spalding's heavyweights
ar?* better than overmats.
JASON STAMP.
Opposite Postolflce.
tint Ilir IVatcb.
Lotiifl "VVeltzH. of N . ??" National
Ito id. ivan fortunate In * < urlng an
' lejcanl gold watch with Royal Soap.
J. A. GIBSON. Agent.
ALL the different forms of .?kin troubles,
from chapped handa to ecsema And
indolent ultvm can be readily cured by
UcWItt'a Witch lfagel Salve, the great
plb? curv. O. R. Coi'ixc. Cor. Twelfth and
Mftrk?t atwta; Bowie & <V. Brlde-f
n;. IVnb-idy >fr Son. Bf-nwcml. 5
THE NEW WAY.
a utui situs* ro? mmc *u
msos oi rus mm mvsts.
Our new ml^ntlflc method of r.\amlnfni:
the r> ** and titttn?r kIhs-** without puttime
drug* in the ryes and making tht
pntirnt blind for a w?**k. or having thvin
Mt for hour<* looking mi chart* and trying
to nt ttw-m-M-lvc* until th#?y luromr j?o Inwlldervd
they cannot tell what they ran
*!? Wo in thi* nyr for examination without
?l'M? ndlng on the pathnt and know
when they are fitted correctly.
Consultation and oxamlnatlon fre*.
PROF. H. SHEFF,
Th? Ocltntinr Optician.
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MEN'S OVERCl
BAER]
MEN'S A *T
OVERCOATS Overco
$15, $
OVE
$7.50, a
All calculations of the Overcoat
wrong; winter weather has been scar
*1"* "it tlin flnvc llfm
im WIU r-iH Iiij;. mill up vm%. ...s.
cold begins to strengthen," they've 1)
any priccs that gave sales.
And so these bargains come?si
CHINCHILLA ULSTERS
BARGAINS IN BOYS' OVERCOAT
For boys of 7 to 15
have boys to cloth
Price $4 50 instead
BAEFTS
MEN'S SHOES-.7 H. I.
H|^EW!llwi\D!
44 T wiro k Glut sur or 1
* ? '
Stacy Adams & Co.'s Calf (,'ork
H Moil's Uvnniuo Calf (ork Sole,
ileu's >alin fair Cork Sole, t!i
GREATEST VALU
::
J. H. LOCKE
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PHOTOGRAPHY.
mym3" art studio.
Photographs. Siiir-;
215** 7V^KIN STREET.
""photographs.
GET THEM AT
h1gg1ns' gallery.
ORDERS FOR TI1K MOST CO JITUCATBP
AND INTRICATE OEHIONH
OF PRINTING i nr?fullv and lnt?'IUt*nt|y
roiitnM*! iti tl?#> INTELMUEXCEH JOB
PRINTING OFFICE.
i3 AND rtTE)|SHZH*.
8 K
i ANY more days left ih
i to secure stylish, sea.
le axd reliable wearing
el' at prices never be.
touched BY axy house IX
ty. tiiistmssolutiox sale
vely ends next satur.
\ight. remember everyis
marked dovvx, xotheseryed^so
uxtil xexd
day xi<?0r you cax make
dollars do almost the
:e of two. the best ok
5easox's__production" L\
axd boys' clothixg, fur.
;gs axd hats axd caps alu
jed ix this sale. FOR THIS
dxly..you can secure axb
the house for $1.00. koub
back, AS USUAL, . FCU?
iTOJU D_OXXiXANH
Ifi
(Clothiers, Hatters
and Furnishers...
ourteenth Sts.
r Strictly One Price House.
3ATS-BAWS.
S "clothing
~ house.
? 4
[red and twenty careful dressers
are th&week the most decided
at bargain we've ever given.
18 and $20
RCOATS AT
>10 and $12.50.
makers have gone
ce, and forgetting
n to lengthen, the
een glad to accept
larc them.
High gride Krrsey Overcoats. Mod ?!
them are lined with Qay Worsted sfid
Double Warp Italian Goth.
years. Good fortune for those who
e. Ulsters from the best makers,
of SX oo.
Clothing House.
OCKE SHOE COMPANY.
IP 1896 jj
t!E\'S CORK SOLE SHOES.
Sole Slinis. tlip $5 kind,
Hie *.i.W Uiml . . #2.:?0 !
c $*.50 kind . . . $1.75
ES IN THE CITY.
r SHOE CO-H
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CLEARING SALE.
Special Gearing Sale
. . . AT . .
Reduced Prices!
On a great many goods
before stock taking....
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO.,
IIID MAIN *TKfct:T.

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