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Stone & I offer Bt 50 pieces 44-Inch B' Imported All Wool ?, Covert Cloth, value 85c. at *?:' r-rt _ Io?c. . 36 pieces 38-inch Silk end Wool y Check Dress Goods, value 65c, at v 38c, 50-Inch wide nio^lr StnilUn Cloth at 33c. 08 pieces 24-inch \ wide Poulard Silks, All New Spring Shadings, at 29c. [ _ SPEC In Wall Paper Departr In Up I Stone & ==================== HOUSEHOLD QOOD8?C ^^^rineserritt: f BLEACHED TABLE MENS. Remnants from the mill, containing v from 2 to J*4 yard*, at tlio following low prices: . CI ?tut quality at..;...... 3Pc yard 75 cent quality at L8c yard Jj tOc quality at. ?c yard 11.00 quality at 73c yard A1X Table Linens in stock at greatly i reduced prices this week. : PILLOW CASEsT SHEETS AND BOLSTERS. 1;! Posted women will never think of buy- j *7 Jng the materials wnen tney can come here thta week and purchase perfectly mad* Pillow*. 8heets and Bolsters at LESS ' than the cost of materials, v' Good Pillows 7c up. Goods Sheets 36c up. We hare odorless feather and half-down filled Ticking Pillows very cheap. MATTINGS. fcuy from us and you will be SL'KE of securing fresh, soft and pliablo Mattings, i and not brittle, breakable stock from prcj nous seasons. We keep no cheap grades, but start good Mattings at 10c yard. Ten grade* all the way up to 68c yard. |<tf oq a suis ijH.07 COMFOI f These are full aire, made of bent plain i whit? cotton. Only 100 of them and orlce li K'. _______ Geo. M. Sn BATS?Ml E 1 To Keep Thins o-?r- T 1JHBL = ? &? opooooooooow I McFADDEN'S yisao AND 1323 MARKE ' * -STOW ? TROMAB. Thomas. offer 25 Young Ladles' Silk Lined Covert Cloth Jackets $4,95. 100 pieces Smith's Velvet Carpets, 30 styles, value $1,00, at 85c. j OA niarae Uoptfnrrl WW y* w VWd I Ml hi VI M Axmlnster Carpets. value $1.35, at $1.00. 20 pieces extra quality In a number of designs, 98c quality Black Silks, at 69c, TAKD. HALS nent. >holstery Department Thomas. (BO. M. SWOQg A CO. 3 a few prices on OLD GOODS I interest economically In<eopers for miles around. s for This Week Only. BED SPREAD BARGAINS. ISA Mftmmril Cnr*?^. M> ??i. ISO Hemmed Crochet Spread* ?e each Flfl* Marseilles 8prnid* proportionately cheap. TOWELS. ad doxen large Honeycomb Towel* 4c ewb. 50 dow n largert an-! beet Turkish Bath Towel* In the city at 10c each. Good Huck Towels. p\m Sx44. at 12ScThe largest and b??*t h*mme<J Huck Towel ever o/T*red at SZc. Just wore the fixe, < 34*80 Inch**. 2T. dozen Satin Daroank Xauklcs 2?c doxen. Others In proportion. MUSLINS. Finest Bleached Muslin in 13 to 20-yard lengths at \c yard. Fine 40-lnch unbleached Muslin at 4%c yard, and yard wide at 4fyc yard. RUGS-DRUGGETS. Only pretty one* here, which we know Will wear. ANGORA MOHAIR RUGS are something NEW. They're ?oft. lustrous and durable. All slxe* and rolorr.. Da. gh**tan J?ujr? In finer AMortmunt than ever. It Include* a new ?h*pe for piano u*e. High Art R?ver*lbl# nytantlne Hups, alxes lQx'S Inches up to 9xJ2 Jeei. MER f OQ RT AT $1*37 ir.d figured Sllkalines and filled with *oft i only $1.53. look & Co. PADDlM'fl. is Moving il? wwk we are join* to well an <;xtra ( > i* 12.00 quality of %!?n'? Stiff Hata (> r 11.80?every hat In th? very latent ( ^ rrect uprlna atyle?colors black or th* ( } **ant gold'Ti brown?In fjuMllty. trim- < ( In* and exdor th?*y all look an fine at , > ly >3 hnt. <> 3000000000000 > HAT STORE, ; T STREET, WHEELING. mflwwftmMilm BHOaS^ALEXAWPBR. r? THERE ARE SOME PEOPl? Who thtnlc It flow oot nay to put much money in Children's ghoee; thcro are oilier* who will have no make hut LAIRD. 8CHOBKR * CO/8. They do cost mor*. but they are worth the price. Wo represent the line la WheelALEXANDER, SHOCSOUB. 1049 HUH SI. I About ?? f 1 the Only I I & People 1 ?k Who do not like the now stylo LUDWIO PIANOS J jjff we are selllnc, are those RK who are try Ins to sell K i|8 some other kind. But wo can't please every- S S + +#? & ^ F.W.BaumerCo. I $g U10 MARKET mtJCKT. S ?kr.3ntclligcnrer Olltr?i Ko*. SJnml Fourteenth Ktr#>?u Stew Advrrtlwntnti. To Whom It May-Concvern?Wheeling Ice Exchange. 8av? Time and Strength?Iluebel's Grocery House. For Rent?Fink & Braunllch. Opera llous*?The Old Homestead. Diamond United OU Work*. AmiRnee's Sal*? N. W. Beck. Hotel for Rent and Furniture for Bale. Notice?Woman's Union Benevolent Socfety. Quarter-Day Extended?Mutual Barings Bank. Step Ladder*?H. F. Behrcns Co. Stock* for 6ale?Howard Haalett. Dr. W. S. Hutchlnt?Removed to $10 Main Street. __ Notice of Dissolution of PartnershlpOeo. B. Dryden. J. F. Park. Blank Books, Etc.?Carle Bros. THAT HXATT, TOXD FULIHG," Caa*ed by readlaff the Hlf-pnilitac ad*, ot eelf-MOMd optical experts (Ij, deefare fti. nrofreeor* (7) aad rialrvay eatefl) I can be corrct wlthovt poblidty kf W. ! Orakb,OpUduk SPRING OPENING OF C HESS & SONS. We haw bow og exhibit all the latest MvalUM ta llllliif*, TroMWflBi*. Faaey VnUbp tad Orcrcoallnct, The trli'h appMranrf. food At, 4ir?tillltr aadeotlrr MiUtMKion of oar (or* meat* ta onr repaafatton. Prim of o?r SalUap thta spriajr will ba V40.U0 aaad ?p. rrtHMriafi ?5.00 and Hp. Oar Gaala' Varaliblof da part ma at ta complcta. Tha best goods at lowsst prScee, C. * SONS, 1391 a*d 13*3 Market Street. In the Justice Shops. Two Polish women, charged with stealing coal from tho Baltimore & Ohio yarto. had a hearing before Squire Fltzpatrick yesterday. After being given a warning they were dismissed. Before Squire Thompson yesterday. Art McNlchol was lined 15 and costs for assault and battery. The complainant was William Welshans. and the charge grew out of a "scrap** in North Wheeling. _ 4*oca to Oklahoma. Monday evening an enjoyable social affair took place at Fulton. Mr. Ilenry Schnauber, who until recently hss kept x butcher shop on Twenty-fourth street, wss serenaded at the home of his fatherin-law, Mr. Fred Weimer, t>y the Beethoven Singing Society. Refreshments and music formed the evening's menu, and it was after midnight when the members of the Beethoven returned to the city. Mr. Schnauber left for Oklahoma yesterday, J n-t>?rA ho u'ill reside In the fututv. hence 1 the *erenad? was given in honor of hid departure. In Clerk Robert so it's Oilier. Yesterday In Clerk Hobertson's office. a marriage licence w? Issued to A. P. Krider. aged twenty-eight years, and Sarah Crowse, aged twenty-two, both of Wheeling. The following transfer of real estate was recorded: Deed made March 26, 1S97. by Christian Latz, et al. to John P. Callahan; consideration, $145; transferrin* lot No. 13. of the Phillip Schcehle heirs' and Luts's addition, on McCulloch street Eaton'* Hearing To-marro?r. To-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock William Eaton Mill have a hearing for his alleged connection with the fire In the Turner building on Main street last February. The hearing will be conducted by Squire Fltspatrlck In the criminal court room in the county building. About forty witnesses have been subpoenaed to appear.. The West Virginia secret service will prosecute tho charge. Eaton will be defended by efficient counsel, procured during the last few day* by his Chicago attorney, L. JJ. Wiles. HALVATIOS OH should always be kept In the kitchen. For the ready cure | - .. ?. ? ?. ?? Mliai | <I 5rai(lN lliu MUllll 4k ?<"1 I?? ? 23 cent*. MII.LIS Kill' Opculuai Tim radar* Friday and faiarrtur, April M. ? awd 10, at niHV A* KSOKB'I, 3WI iwflbMmJ. 3I1LLKRT Opening to-day at MffS B. L. CARL'S. SEE RJdpnth'* Historical Library. Nchappcr'i Opening. Our Millinery Opening or nno pattern Hat# and Hon net* will take placc on Tuceday nnd Wednesday, April 6 and 7. E. SCHOPPKR, J 047 Main atre?t. ATTEND opening of MIm B. T*. Car!. TuMday, Wednesday and Thursday. m IT should h<> madp a nvttlrr of public knowledge that D?WKt'l Witch Haxel Sulve Kill speedily euro pile* of the longest standing. It is (he household 1.tvorltc for burn*. scald*, cut*, brttlw nnd sores of all klndr*. Charles H. Qoetae, eornir Market and Twelfth streets; Bowie & Co.. Bridgeport; Peabody & tion. Benwood. i BEE Kldpalh'e Historical Library. IMPORTANT SUIT Ilclug Tried In (bo United States Court Here ThU Week. TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS la laralrwl la lh* Cam of llu BaraamRlahanlftoa Campmmy Acuta** th? Bar ilfa Car Maa?f*ctariag CoMpanj, of HattUnim-OMtaciiiM U|d M. ? ( will Plftat Uu Cut-Tki PlatattA The United States court convened yesterday afternoon. Judge Jackson having returned from Philadelphia, where he vent to accompany Mrs. Jackson home to Parkersburg. At the afternoon session a case was brought to trial before a Jury that Involves about $20,000, and will no doubt be bitterly contested. It Is the case of the Barnum-RJchardeon Company, of Connecticut, vs. the Ensign Car Manufacturing Company, of Huntington, manufacturers of railroad freight cars and car wheels. Quite on array of legal talent la engaged on either side. Messrs. Henry C. Slmms and Frank B. Enstow. of Huntington, and Mr. Henry M. Russell, of Wheellag. are counsel for the Ensign Company. and Mr. A* J. Clarke, of Wheel lot. and eastern attorneys, represent the plaintiffs. Amontr the Interested spectators are Major Ell Enalgn, treasurer of the Ensign ootnpany, and the present mayor of Huntington, together with Colonel TV. H. Hanks and other oOlclala of the aatna company. The following Jury was chosen and worn In: C. fl Yeager. M. R. Hobbs. J. W. Da via, Andrew Doty, W. B. l*ach. Robert Simpson. J. L Sawtelle. Matthew Ahmeyer, C H. Senseny, F. P. Jones, R. II. Merchant and James U Dickey. Mr. Clarke, of counsel for the plaintiff then stated his case to the Jury He said the title of the proceeding Is the liarnum-Rlchardson Company, of Connecticut, and Jacob M. Uarr. vs. the &??.a.fOT* Cm* XMannt?ntnrinar ComtanV. of Huntington. In thb? state. On the sixth of January, 1881, the HarnumRichardson Company and Jacob M. liorr became owners of letters patent on Improvement* In the manufacture of chilled car wheel J. The Ensign Car Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of car wheels and wet anxious to have a license under these patents. An agreement was made on January 6. 18S1. by which the defendent company was permitted to manufacture wheels during the lives of the two patents own- j ed by the plaintiffs. It would be found that the Uvea of the patents were of unequal length. The first was what has become known as the "Wilmington" patent which expired about 188S. The other, kaovn as the "Barr" patent, expired on March 16. 189". Under the license issued t.? the Ensign company, that corporation was to make quarterly reports to the plaintiffs of the numivr of wheels manufactured and pay a royalty at the rote of ten cents for each | wheeL The first report was made in April, lttl. It would be found that the I defendent company carried out the I terms of the agreement and reported | each quarter the number of wheels J made, until about the year 1886. when on application of the defendant company. the royalty was reduced to five cents for each wheel. Royalties were paid regularly until April. 1K>9. It would be found in the agreement that royalties were to be paid during the life of the later patent, which did not expire until last month. After April, 188?, the defendent company made no payment of royalties. His clients claimed royalties for the wheels manufcctured since April. 1889. up to March 15. 1897. when the patent expired. Court then adjourned, bnt this morning Mr. Slmms will state tne Ensign Company's case. Invalidity of the patents is the around of the claim that will be made. With Interest, the sum of $20.D00 is Involved In this suit. MILLERY Opening to-day at Miss B. T. C API.'fl SPECIAL SALE of Ladies' Fine Kid I Shoes, Button and Lace. about 300 pairs worth ? 50 and 13 00. at $1 50. Money refunded 1f not as represented. f DINGER'S SHOE STORE. ? Eleventh Street. 1 SEE RIdpath's Historical Library. I Mil \IVPRV Openlnp Tuesday and JllLbl.lLUl Wedn*-sd>?y. April 6 and 7. AJ1 Invited. MAB3DKN L. COLV1G. NILI.IXEBV Oprnluc Tlmrtday. Frl- j dtr MlnnUv. April f), ? and lo.m MlSS S. A. KXOKK'S, 31W? Jacob Street. ATTEND the opening of Miss B. L. Carl. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday. ^ XU'. JKS?IK Mr ADAM will op??? a new line oi millinery Th?rwJ?j-, April *. WIU have OMltlne offlB' pattern* April IS. MRI.JEMIEM(ADAX. THIRTY years Is a Ion* time to flsht tv> ualnful a trouble as plies, but Jacob Mitchell, of UirtonviHe, Pa.. etruwKiorj that Ion* before he tried DeWRt's Wltah Ho2el Salve, which quickly and permanently cured him. It 1* equally effective in eczema and all ekln affections. Charles R. Goetse. corner Market and Twelfth street*; Bowk & Co.. Bridgeport; Peabody A Son, Benwood. G D. A O. Eirnnton to U'aiiilaRton, D. C\, Tim rut *y Ajirl! 8, 1S07. Round trip $10. Tickets go^d returning on all regular trains, within ten days, including date of sale. Through Pullman steeper from Wheeling on the 12:25 a. m. train. APFYIYP. IUV ?P?nInff Tuesday and VlXnKUI If AI Wednesday. April 6 and 7. All Invited. MARSDEN L. COLYIG. OPKNINQ of An* pattern* April 13,1143 Main atrr+t. XR*. JCWlKllrAbAl. SEE Rldpath't Historical Library. If. AO. Ktcnrtlou la Wuliliifflon 1). C., lid RaUlmorv, Thursday, April A, 1S9T. Round trip 110. Tlckrts good returnin* 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. (rains. OPKMXlJ of fluip?Unni_A prll 13, 1145 Main UrNi. nni. *. BEE R!UpAth'? Hlitoiiotl Library. PROF. FIELD'S worm powder* aold on w guarantee; try them; ftt drugglwtx. theWW^WAY! * c*mi sucass 10* mm mi MSOS Of nts Win _U-?SStl 6ut new scientific method of examining the and AlUng gl#wM without puttin? drug# in tbe and making the patient blind for a week. or having them nit for houm looking at rharte and trying to fit theni*elvoe until th??y become 00 b?. wlldered they cannot tell what they can immi. W# fit the eve for examination without depending on the patient and know when tney are fitted correclly. Consultation nnd examination free. PROF, a SHEFF, The 8clentlflr Optician. Telephone No. 2&J. 1110 Main 8treat. TH? HUB ?CLOTHIHB THE HI Brings t ThU Spring?a greater?a richer a satisfaction "that grows ?at of that Is realized in Increased ralui faction that comet with a larger Isftctlon that Is found only In pei Hen's Clothing. ?>ur alack of Serine Suit# and gprtnr Ovmawts barely crowd* in our first floor. It Is tailored, too. The beat the best hands In (lie craft can turn oat We have thoufbt of you with your whims, and you of the extra (tout and exra (11m site, whose belt you would have to untie to be fitted, just take ouc nice Suit* and Overcoats and compare 'em ^tth anybody's. In every way?work manahJp. material. trimmings* fit, price. If anywhere In Wheeling you find as satisfactory at any* ! thins like our prices, come back i and set your money. Suits 15 to i $25. Spring Overcoats 15 to $15. Dress Trousers 11.50 to $6.00. Easter Scarfs. To-morrow we shall open what we've had d?ripned and made up especially for Easter. Aa strong In the 25c and 50c grades as any body else* at 60c and 75c Stronger to variety, theTClothiers, Hatter* HUB COBXEB, FOCBTEENTE Wheeling** Largest and Onb STRAW MATTINGSADR SHIPS ARE IB ^ And With Ther Straw I\ Ever landed in this countr tlflul effects of color andwi or cunning patience of Chi produce, are to be found on SPECIAL OFFER F 50 ROLLS VERY FINE C0TT0] 25 CENTS 1 Worth at least 45c. Will Look in our window and Palms that have been eml the artistic and skillful n inexpensive arici makeiver the home or place of busin G. Mend 1124 MAIN SHOES?J. H. LOCK | > Ladies' Fine Ylci Kid Shoes, B Chocolate and Wine Color, Neci o 11 UeutleDion's line Vici Kid Show Chocolate and Wine Color. C< ,. Tb? reprotnl cvcrythmE yoa c?n ?i ,, | J. H. LOCKE WALL PAPER. ' WALLPAPER. NEW SPRING STYLES, Emfiradnp the Litest desiems In Wall and Ceiling; Decorations. We arc confident we can satisfy you, both in our goods and prices, if you will kindly give us a trial. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO., 1110 I1AIX OTUEUr. s AND FURNISHER!!. r ii- _j JB [on Satisfaction ?a taller satisfaction than erer? redoubled effort? a satisfaction it anil decreased prices?a satlv Tariety?a wider scrrlco-a sat-faction. Boys' Clothing. If you would only take a bo# around Artt you'd oome back hen and buy, with bo much grew* appreciation of our values and arieUe*. you'd undenr*o<l b*t? ter just what we mean by lowej prices and better quail0** ac4 larger assortment. Our tytt art on oar Boy*' Clothes from t&t very beginning of the tnaklflg and to the end of the wearing, too, for our guarantee goes wuij 'em when you buy them. If tt?x wavtr In their aervlce, giviaf back* they are to come to as noi back the money la to go to you. Short Pant* fiuio J1 to Long Pants Suits $2.50 to 115, Novshj" Suits $L5S to K Were pr.it agents for the Mrs. Hopkial Knee Pane* and CtolT CJCJbiaatlon Suits. Free * To ertry purdmaer In our Boj# mm) Children's Ww Department during this and next week n hall Klve ana of the latex ?r4 greatest craze, Tbo-Coon-la-tie. Hole-Puzzle. Lota of tun la 'an, bojrs. , UI ID I1UU, > and Furnishers, [ AMD MARKET STREETS, f Strictly One Price Home. -O. MSNDBL U CO. n Came the Finest Cargoes of fiattincrc w? *??* agw y. All the new and beausave that the art of the Jap namen have been able to ; our shelving. OB A FEW DATS. I WARP JAPANESE MAIMS. PER YARD. be sold only by the Boll. . sea some of the Oriental jalmed while growing by atives of Japan. They ara y effective decorations for ess. el & Co., [ STREET. :e shoe company. '"H utton and Lace, * lie and Coin Toes, + S2.50. | i, Lace and Congress, CQ 00 f tin Toes, .... rt. u>d more thin you will upcct lot ll* | ^SHOE CQ.j OPTICI AN*. II VOU^EVES^ I _ m#nt h?\v -.- v M ,'2* VN Kwalt. of Cleveland. Ohio. and can guarantee MtUsfactlon to our ^ tonicrs. Dillon, Wheat & Hancher Cfr SHOEMAKER JOSEPH J. SMITH. J 1400 MIRKFT STB**** PRACTICAL SHOEMAKER. Shoe* neetly repaired end h*U ,ol*, while you wait. iiAt.i* sni.txci 1 i>t.n<i?:i>... .?? AMU IIKI I.INd. ) HEWK.l) ** liOO Market street, corner Fourteenth .