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SB Ladies'
Misses
flHl Children
^SATURDAY'S
f;/- Children's Reefers.
Children's Jackets.
E?- ' Cfiflfem'* Jaekets. Kmplr* front ami *
Ijack. all ilM*. elaborately trlmmwl with P
braid. ?n color*. a taml ?J0 value. Sat
Indies' Jackets. ;
MST1 M4CoT" I
p;'. .': . $4.95 on up. *
M'Misses' Jackets.
lift MUm* Full 80k liMd Oorert J?ck?U,
fc,<-.. it ?n exwptloaal nlua, R
Stone &
LAOB CUBTA1NB-OBO
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fe|pB NEVER 1
i h fact
p tVjfE ARE NOT selling Lact
|; W NOT SBfe New York
p are selling lots of Lace Curtains
I" bought them in your life time 1
|| Knowing HOW and WHER
| prices "that will stand the test <
I'. rUnnc, tn ma Ifg '
p - Our MARVELOUSLY LO
I. which are in full public view in
II windows?will continue ail this
< from cheapest Nottingham at 141
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I ;j|?r OUR READY
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I just arrived yest
one^^themwi:
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agaSSLout immense line
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I830 AND 1333 MARKET
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Thomas.
sting
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Wraps
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ilflccnt collection of new
Wraps here, including all
Est novelties for spring
ranging in price from
t to ? $22.50.
SPECIALS.^
Hosiery*
U dozen Children's heavy ribbed fast
blaofc Hosiery. sisee (to Mfc a special Or
offer Saturday at. per pair.'
UTOfMSB 12sc
tOc value, Saturday at
doxnn Ladles' fast blaok HoMery,
hlab spliced heels, double sole, an to.
ordinary 25o value. Saturday at,... ,7C
20 dosen. black /gfl
ad colors. S-hoofc Cj
oster patent Kid
loves. a_ regular
i raiue, muiotuj / ^ jgjm
Wrappers*
l doxen American Indlro Blue
Wrapper*, braid trimmed, akirtf
wry roil, a regular Jl Wrapper, 70-.
Saturday at. '7C
Thomas.
, if. SNOOK AGO.
1bluster
AKE THE PUCE OF
*Q I LACE CURTAIN FACTS
J J FOR INSTANCE.^.
: Curtains at cost. We ARE
City quantities cither, but we
cheaper than you have ever
? to buy, permits us to quote
>f any comparison you may
Curtain Prices?some of
both Main and Market street
week. Anything you want,
2c each to finestRealBrussels.
HADE DEPARTMENT
:ess with this season's Choicest
ickets, Reefers, Waists and
:ry heavy shipment of the latter
trday, and this cut illustrates
r new styles. OUR NEW
ready in about ten days, and
i in a position to do justice to
s of Ready Made Goods.
ASTER DRESS IS HERE.
ook & Co.
ADDBN'B.
ITHING I
I It will do you loin of good, to como ?
anil ?co the elegant 7tc 1'orcule T
ta wo nr? Belling for 4Hc?each Shirt I
two nice collar* am] X pair cu(f?? I
r are all very pretty patterns?evory I
t U warranted a perfect tit?nlie? I
IHIRT STORE, j
STBBBT. WHBELINQ. f
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THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE
Wbo think It doea not pay to put much
money In Children'! Shoe*; there an other.
who will have no'mako but
lAIRD. 8CHOBKR & CO.*
Th?y do coat more,, but they are worth
tha price. We represent the Una Is WheelIn*.
ALEXANDER,
saoesamt. 1049 mam st.
f About
g the Only I
1 People I
jS| Who do not like the new A
W style LUD\HO PIANOS
K wo are selllns:, are thoee ffi '
W wbo ore trying to aell g
?R aome other kind. But ft
wo can't pltaio every- jff
Sit AAAAA fiSo
MSB
? F.W.BaumerCo. ?
S a310 MARKET STREET.
fflbjnftlfigenrcr
Ofllcei ypfc 13 Mil tfl roart?numtn?u
New Advertisement*.
Quarter Day Extended-Mutual Sav??aturday
Items-Stone & TbomaaElehth
psx*>
moras. (or Merchandise and Household
Good*.
Lost or Stolen?Lady's Gold W*teh ud
Chain. V.
Broiled Mackerel ? HuebeTs Grocery
House.
For Rent?R. II. GHIespy.
Public Sale?Samuel Neebltt. jr.
Woman's Musical Club Concert?A. 0. U.
^MnS^Wanted?Chicago Coupon Co.
wanted?Agwnts to sell Check Perforator
Real Estate Bargains?Rolf & Zane.
List of Letters.
Public Sale?James T. McGee.
Executor's Notice-James T. McGee.
'THAT HEAVY, TIRKD FXELIH&,"
Oaaeed by milsi Uw eeir-prateta* ub.
of Mlf'UBUd optical experts (1), doe*
tars (1), profs?ore (ll ssd clairvoyant* (h
can be cared wlthoat pabllolty br J. W.
flrsbk, OptkUs.
SPRING OPENING OF C. HESS & SONS.
We have now on exhibit all the latest
novelties In lotting** Troaeeelngs. Faoejr
Vesting* and Overcoatings.
The stylish appearance, good fit, darabillty
and entire okslcfectlea of osr gar*
mrnte ts oar rcputatloii.
Price# ?f oar Mtlnc? this sarin* wilt
be 980.00 and op, JTroaseringe flkOOand
ap. Oar Genu' Parnlshlng department
Is complete. The bast goods at lowest
prices. G. IIKIh *
1391 and 1333 Market Street.
A. L. RICE & CO.
Exhibition of Pattern Roond Hots and
Bo oasts Iron Pari*. New York and the
aeatlons of oar own work-rooM, Toesjay
and Wednesday, April 6 Md 7.
OPENING DAYS.
This event, always looked forward 1.1
win surpass in Merest all former exhibits.
Students of style and women of
taste w? find it extremely Important.
Of the Two Hondred Models in ttls collection
all are absolutely exdasive, and
represent the highest development of the
UiKaer'i art.
Oar Show Rooms have been beautified
and entarged and apedaf attention bestowed
on the many little conveniences
and attractions which add to the pleasure
and comfort of oar patrons.
We extend a eonSal invitation to the
Ia<Ees of Wheeling and surrounding cities
to grace the occasion with their presence.
A. L. RKE & CO.,
1130 Mala Street.
Tax XotK..
Having been ordered by the Finance
Committee to push the collection or
taxes. I hereby notify all persona otvtnar
city taxes. that unless same are
paid by April 10 1 will bo compelled to
enforce the ordinance governing the
collection of same. J. K. HALL,
City Collector.
PlMMnllr nnrprlMd.
Mr. Harry Murrln was pleasantly surprised
nt his home, 4707 Jacob street, last
nlirht. by a number of hla friends. The
evening waa enjoyably spent In dancing
and kindred eoclal diversions. itefresh??
-. ?
wnih whc ovuvu ai iiiiuimshh
VmbII Blase.
A slight blaxo in the roof of Mr. Hughey's
hou.-w, on South Jacob street, yesterday
afternoon about 4 o'clock, gave the
Are department a run. The Are originated
from the chimney, and was extlnj
gulshed with but slight damage.
At XorUidtrnt t'hnrcli.
To-day at the North Street church,
I Miss Jennlo Hmlth will conduct a "Try
and Trust" Service at 3 p. m., and at
| 7:30 p. in., she will give a review of
"Wonderful Saturday Night .Experiences."
On Sunday at 10:30 n. m., she
will deliver a discourse on "Faith ariU"
Prayer." At 7:30 p. m., the pastor, Mew.
C. B. Graham, will preach on "A Contrast."
Free seats and a welcome to
all who will attend these meetings.
Will Consider If*
Thl* afternoon at 2 o'cli>ck, the Klverslde
steel" workers will hold a meeting at
the city ball. In Bemvood, and consider
the company's proposition of a cut of 10
per cent In their wages. There Is conf ld??rable
sentiment among the men agalmrt
accepting the cut, tuid there 1s talk of a
strike. Hut flrom what can be learned,
It 1* certain that tbe men will deliberate
long ImIotA going out on a strike. The
reduction Is, of course, displeasing to
them, bu-t many of them think that with
the present condition of the market, there
is no alternative.
SPKCML BALK of Ladles' Fine Kid
Shoos, Button and Lace, about 300 pairs
worth S2 60 and $3 00, at $1 80. Money
refunded if not an represented.
DINGER'S SHOB STOKE,
20 Eleventh Street.
WALL PAPiflK, Ilnby Carriages at
Graven'. 26 Twelfth street.
*
to-day at I Mid 1 p. m. olo?c? our
auction alio or Solid Leather Hhor?.
J. T. STONE.
THE FINANCES I
' 1 '
Of the County Considered Yesterday
by the Committee* ).
IT IS DESIRED TO PAY 510,000
" i.On
(lii lfiw Jali thU Year, and to Do UUi
it will bfWKWMiy lo KutsIm Bconomjr
In all of the DqwrtMMtt of tfce Coanty.
Tb?IlTWH will *9 Slis^oe-Tb* Ap.
proprUflomi UMommMbd Ifl Umtm
POUt rt Yotwliy'i Mi1I?|i ,
The finance committee of the board of
county commlMiMDntr*, bleatn. Hare,
Speldol and McGregor, met yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock, and remained In
sewfon until 1 o'clock in the afternoon.
considering (he finances of the county
and the annual appropriation ordinance
which will t>? reported to the
commissioners at the regular monthly
meeting next Monday morning.
The committee made rough draft of
the ordinance, hut It la not yet entirely
completed, aa the cut ordered In
the appropriation for the committee on
roada and bridge* will have to bf adJutted
by that committee by wiping out
eorae of the projected improvement*.
The sources of revenue for the fiscal
year, which begins May 1, were estimated
by the committee aa follows:
Taxes U07.000 00
Railroad tax ?.000 00
Dividends, Pittsburgh, WUecllug
* Kentucky railway 6,000 00
Rent 1? 00
Total SUfelCO 01
If the board were to do what waa
done last year-pay nothing on the new
Jail?there would be enough revenue to
appropriate to each department of the
county the amounts given for tttt, but
the flnance committee of the. board la
strongly In favor of making a 110,000
payment on the Jail, so this will necesltate
a cutting down of the appropriations
for the several department*.
This course was pursued In the drafting
of the appropriation ordinance. The
committee decide* to recommend adversely
the proposition for new filing
cases in the olllce of the county clerk,
which the committee on court house
nud Jail would have put In at a cost
of (4.300. It remains to be seen what action
the board will take on the tiling
caaa proposition; it has been said that
a majority favored this expenditure. It
Is understood, however, that several
members now favor the purchase only
of book rack* and filing cases for what
has come to be known as Divisions "C"
and "D." For this work the Baker company,
the lowest bidder, wants 11.76a. It
has been said that there are dealers In
steel furniture who will furnish thesf
goods for something like J1.100. If. on
Investigation, this 1* found to be true, It
Is not .likely the Baker company will get
the contract. It may be, too, that even
these cases will not bo purchased, for
rigid economy will be necessary If Ko,000
is paid on the new JalL
Without taking the Sling cases Into
consideration, the necessary approprla **
?-* -*- ***** *** ?* * ?
tioua aMouniw IU iuivn^nvw
ed above, the revenues will reach U1S,000.
Finally the committee decided on
a cut ot n.000 in each department,
which will brine the expenditure* within
the revenue*
Mr. Mfjtr laapreTlBg.
The friends of Prosecuting Attorney
W. c. Meyer, will be clad to bam that he
If showing satisfactory eigne ot Improve,
ment, and hie family and physician* an
more hopeful of his recovery titan at any
time since his aootdeat of almost two
weeks ago.
MRS. A. IN'VEEN, residing at 7M
Henry St., Alton, III., suffered with sciatic
rheumatism for over eight months.
She doocored for It neaHy the whole of
this time, using various remedies recommended
by friends, and was treated
by the physicians, but received no relief.
She then used one and a half bottles
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm,wl>lch
effected a complete Cure. This Is published
at her request, as she wants others
similarly afflicted to know what
cured her. The a and SO cent elxes tor
sale by. druggists.
PETER CLAU8. corner of Zane and
Huron streets, has hlsIceCream parjori
open for the season. All orders fllled
on short notice.
A NICE Penlon Paper at C, 8, S, or 1?
cent* at M Twelfth street.
SPECIAL SALE of Ladies' Fine Rid
Shoes, Button and Lace, about MO pairs
worth 12 SO and K 00, at SI W. Aloney
refunded If not as represented.
DINGER'S SHOE STORE.
:? Eleventh Street.
UTCMUT.
1,300 Tnrktsll B?rh Tomli. trorlli lOe.
for 7c, ?t U S. UOOD k CO.'S.
SHOES worth from >2 00 to IS 00 a
pair, at your own price, at auction today
at 2 and 1 p. m. J. T. STONE.
IF you need Wall Paper, we can show
you a nice 20 cent Green or Red at 10
cents. JOS. GRAVES' SON*.
B.kO. Kxcnnlon la Washington, D. C.t
Thwnday April 8, ISfiT.
Round trip 110. Tickets good returning
on all regular trains, within ten
days, Including date of sale. Through
Wlii.pllt.r- ,in th?
i uiuunx -??
12:25 a. m. train.
TOU can (ft a nice 20 c?nt Red Paper
for 10 ccnta at GRAVES'.
IITDIUMV.
ftOO twin Lacs Curtains, worth f 1 3ft for
79c ml 1m ?. CIOOD 4. CO.'8.
WHEN ready to clean house 60 to
Graves' Son for your Wall Paper.
IT is surprising what a "wee bit of a
thing" can accomplish. Sick headache,
constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
dizziness, aro quickly banished by,DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. Small pill.
Safe pill. Best pill. C. R. Ooetxe, corner
Twelfth and Market streets; Bowie
St Co., Bridgeport; Peabody 8t 8on,
Benwood, 4
WE have sold Wall Paper since 1852
and sell our goods retail at wholesale
prices. JOS. GRAVES' SON.
B. 4t (), Excursion to Washington D. C.,
" and Baltimore, Thursday, April 0,1807*
Round trip $10. Tickets good returning
on all regular trains, within ten
days, Including date of sale. Through
Pullman sleepers from Wheeling on the
12:25 a. m. and 5:40 p. m. trains.
OUR spring line of Wall Paper now
open. JOS. GRAVES' SON.
THE NEW WAY.
A GHAT SUCCtSS I Of FIT IMS All.
or tus mm glasscs. ?
nBB^SSS
Our near aetentine method of examining
tho eyes r.nd titling glassos. without put*
ling drugs in the oyes and making tho
patient blind for a week, or having them
?lt for hours looking at charts and trying
to fit themselves until they beooms so be*
wlldored they cannot tell what they ran
sse. Wo tit tho eyo for examination without
depending on the patient and know
when tney are fitted eorreoliy.
Consultation and examination free.
PROF. H. SHEFF,
SMtphan* NoT2u.B?1?m'()!M?ln,au?iL
' itrt AMD FtJBinBIDtBSl,
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Mark Twain'
II; ,! " ' '?v./ ? : .
Made a Mistake
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.YVIICU uc iiwiu uj# HVH nvaiiKi OS U1Q
most unique novelty of meteorological variety,
. He'd found .Wheeling: weather of the past week
more remarkable. Hasn't it kept you guessing
what to wear. A little ram?a little snow?a little
sunshine?a little blow?a little of everything. Has
not been much to urge the necessity for light
weights, but if it comcs it'll come in a hurry, and
that's why we've been asking yon to look around
and know of your own knowledge that we've gol
the largest variety and the best values. Don't talcs
much comparison to settle that, and the pricca
point condusively.. .The difference is so marked
.Of course if s to be expected with our facilities wa
should lead?and JVE DO. LEAD. [You 11 find
it to be so.
Men's Suits .?..^...$s'oo to $25.00.
Boys' Long Pants Suits.^-^. .$3-?? to ?I500Boys'
Short Pants Suits??. .$1.50 to $10.00
Juvenile Suits to $ 8.00.
A FEW HD6 LEADERS.
The be$t $10.00 Covert Cloth Top Coat in the state.
The best $10.00 Clay .Worsted Suit in the state.
The best 98c All-Wool Filled Jeans Pants in the
state. The best 50c All-Wool, Double Seatiahd
Knee Boys' Pants in the state.
THE - HUB,
Clothiers, Hatters and furnishers,
k r
HUB COEiVEK, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS
: '*!'' " ' t?,
Wheeling's Largest and Only Strictly One Price House.
BABB'8 CLOTHING HOUQJS.
WE HAVE
Ri1wY0IIR
Wm wants
va ?. a f>i i"p Pr*
Finger Tips!
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Here, as elsewhere in the store, we've bought the best at priccs
that will enable us to save you something on every articlc you buy.
Whether you want light weight Underwear br Hosiery, White Shirts,
Collars and Cuffs, fine Neckwear, Handkerchiefs,' Gloves or Suspenders,
if you'd make sure of having it right; get it here. If there's one
thing more than another we're proud of in this department, it's our
line of fancy Colored and Negligee Shirts. <
D A CD'C TWELFTH STREET'S BUSIEST
Li/iJLjl 1 Clothing. House.
8HOB8-J. H. LOOM SHOB COMPANY. .
4 Ladies' Fine Ylcl Kid Shoes, Bntton and Lace, <1
^, tbocoiace ana nine wiior, necuie ana uoui iuws, w
I:: + $2.50. |
< > Gentlemen's flue Y!ci Kid Shoes, Lace and Congress, ?3 Aft
< > Chocolato and Wine Color. Coin Toes, .... <4> J.w j
,, That reprtsenl everything you an get, and more than you will expect for the I
o t** . j:
;; J. H. LOCKE SHOE CO. J
^
WALL PAPER. OPTICIAN. ___
WALLPAPER.
NEW SPRING STYLES,
IF YOUR EYES )urdOpVlc?i l*!"11' ]
^bracing the latest designs in ..;v^
Wall and Ceiling Decorations.
We are confident we can
satisfy you, both in our goods Dillon, Wheat & Hancher ^
and prices, if you will kindly x 7 shoemaker ]
give us a trial. Toseph J. smith.
J ? 1400 MAIlKKr STBItW
PRACTICAL SHOEMAKER, j
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO., a I
AM> JWIftUMI. Ittfliu- :-:-V !
HID MAW BTlUCKr. 1(00 Market rttitt. oornw Fourl"""* j

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