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& I _ A TB8T BAU-BTONH a THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas.
HOW MANY PEOPLE READ > j?
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS?
This morning we inaugurate
if. \ l -r ^ r> i
a lest sale.
BETWEEN 9 AND 10 O'CLOCK
THIS MORNING.
LANCASTER GINGHAMS. PER TARS - 93yAr
AMERICAN I4QHT PRINTS - ? l%c
LACE STRIPED DliflTT LAWN8... ? ? 4%c
STAIR OIL CLOTH. BEST QUALITY, YARD - ?434c
WHITE BACli WALL PAPER. PER BOLT. |C
100 PERCALE SHIRT .WAISTS. EACH - QC
'
BETWEEN 10 AND II O'CLOCK.
LADIE8' MUSLIN GOWNS, t rows embroidery, cluster of S tuck* with
fcinch Cum brie Rufflo j?zt C
ABOU^IO INDIGO BLUB AND SEERSUCKER LADIES' WRAPPERS,
300 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS, W and 4 yards lone, *150and 12.00qualltlM. An^
perpair - * ySC
#
BETWEEN 2 AND 3 O'CLOCK.
PEAK'S UNSCENTED SOAP. PER CAKE...? - ' QQ
' /
LADIES* MUSLIN CORSET COVERS, EACH ' 5C
LADIES* EMBROIDERED 8ATINE SKIRTS - 49c
LADIE8' MUSLIN SKIRT, with ?-lnch Embroidered Ruffle and 4 tucki
- jyc
BOYS' OUTING FLANNEL WAISTS. EACH , Qq
# .
BETWEEN 5 AND 6 O'CLOCK.
BLACK AND WHITE SKIRTING CHINTZ - 3X2C
LOT aw. NAINSOOK EMBROIDERY, YARD Iq
UMe TOIL D0 NOIRD DRESS GINGHAMS 5c
St-INCH CHECK DRESS OOODS. YARD. ? "J
Stone & Thomas.
ALTERATION SALS-GEO. M. 8NOOK * CO.
^ IN OUR GREAT
|^|n? Alteration Sale
^ * UXN n i~> n ixiu. t*
Eight Days more of the low prices named in our
big ad. A few more things for careful consideration:
Easter Parasols at sale 79c for handsome Black
prices. Brocaded Silks.
Tart Silk Plaids at sale 98c for Wrappers that are
prices. good enough to sell for $1.50.
Luxurious "Neck-Fixings" $1.89 for handsomely braidfor
Easter wear at sale prices, ed fast black Satine Wrappers.
All ready-made articles at $1.39 for Silkaline Summer
sale prices. Comforts.
? - t t T _J? ? TTTLii. r ?
caster ruo \jrioves, iour spc- lls. iur Ldaies w niie cmdal
lines that arc unapproacb- broidered Lawn Aprons.
able. 12c pair for Ladies' fast
Narrow and wide Fancy black, ribbed top, seamless
Silk Ribbons 18c to 98c yard. | Hosiery, worth 18c pair.
Qflfl beautaul Silkaline and Ratine p i I ( Ul/V
vUU at 25c, 39c and 48c each. llLLU W J
JJ^Come in the mornings and avoid the great
rush in the afternoon.
.? *
GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
HATS?M~FADDRN*3.
Feast e r ' hats.
Y ^ ? ? I,
Stiff Hats?citra lino quality?col- f Alpine Soft Tf/i!? th? cnrrorf, nhan.
{* . , ...... r, "I'watit quality?colors lilack or Gold- 4
^ ) or* Black or f;l"#ant (Joidftn IJrown? X rn Hrown T
o?.r, I V, ?f> , o X tfOB ONLY OR CPNTQ
| I run wi"?" i 'Si. jw ? r w.. ? . w,
u McFADDEN'S HAT STORE,::
J J 1320 AND 1322 MARKET STREET. Wt-IBKUNG.
Vi, . iJL.......
SHOEiS--ALEXANDER.
\ -fmn
THE MOST PERFECT
Footwear mado In th?? world com*
from tho factory of Lnlnl, Hchoclwr J
i.u. i iifir iuoj . pith i
for Alive* In u Cloth Top Button, o
the "oloni&l I^ut. It&O. Children
Sites lamo Bhof, J2.00.
ALEXANDER,
SHQt SILltR. 1049 MAW ST.
| Dollars |
I oense* j
Your dollars will buy most any gj
piaoo, but if you will examine Aft
THE NEW STYLE I
LIIDWIG PIANO
Your good sense will tell you ?
it's the only piaoo you wont A
H 6
? F.W.BaumerCo. ?
1310 MARKET STREET. Oj
anu TfcjKil: AAMIM4*
\c,uv.VHlHttJJUiin
Ofllrf. Not. SSnnd -7 Kourteentli Mreet.
Xtw Adr?rtU?mt*l*?
For a Few Day# Only?Huebel's Grocer;
House.
l?ont? Pork??tbook.
Wanted?Two Girls.
BioraKu tor Merchandise and Househol
Goods.
Diamond UnsAed Oil Work*.
To Whom It May Concern-Wheellnf Ic
Exchange. , _
FromaKo do Brie?H. F. Behrons Co.
Beef, Wine and Iron?B. II. I?l?t.
Kastsr Cards and Booklets?Stanton*
Old City Book fitor.-. , ,
A Teat Salo?Stone & Tboma.a-Elght!
Paso.
lnt?reat?Geo. M. 8nook & Co.?Eight!
Page. '
THAT HEAVY, TIBED FESLINO,"
CaiiMil toy reading the ?elf-pralaln j atla
of Mir-mmfd optical ei parte ill, Hoe
for* (It, profeaaore <ll and clalrrojrawu (I
caa b? eared wltboat publicity br J. W
Uralib, OpUclan.
SPRING 0PLNIN6 Of C. HESS & SONS
We have Benr on aiblblt all tba lalea
novrltlea In Nullliiga. TronerrlU|je, Faaoj
Vfillnct and Ovarcoatluga.
Thr KvlUh ?))|Mfcr*nrt, good f\t, dor*
bllltj-and entlrr Malefaction of oar gar
atriifa la onr rvpntafIon.
I'rlrra of onr SaUUi|? tlila aprlnv wll
be 9'iO.OU and np. fronaerloc* ftl.00 am
p. Our <i?uU' rnruuniUK naparuwo
to complete. The l?e?? cooda at lown
prices. C. 1IX*?^ A SON*,
1321 and 13*3 Market Street.
ipnfllie Embroidered T*frn Apront.11
Ilv.i0 \|t,.rnn.|on Sol?? prlco. 22c.
GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Matter* of Minor Moment In anil Abonl
flie C?r.
Grand, this evening? Alabama.'*
Tho Auodora club will Rive its tlilr
IJiUl 111 uuum iai iivui, ovum
April 23.
The brick work on F. A. Blum** nei
wnrr-house on Thirty-sixth street, i
nearly completed.
Leo Stewarr, obtaining1 fToodfl tind"
falne pretense. was fined 110 and cost
yesterday, by Squire Greer. Stewart ap
pealed the case, and gave 1100 bond fo
hla appearance at court.
A special meeting of council baa bcei
called for thin evening at ":30 p. m. t<
rnmlilAr 1 V*r? ordinance on markets. TVv
imcting Is called at the dUKGcstlon o
the Fifth ward members?Bucey, Mc
Fadden und Xcsbltt.
Henry Hrubonk, a former resident o
Steubenvllle, had a hearing befor
Squire Bogira yesterday for obtaining
S13 75 worth of groceries from James
Nolte, the North Wheeling grocer, oi
falne pretenses. Brubank represents
himself as being a merchant, which h<
inn't. His hearing was postponed unti
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.. If
was released on his own recognizance
A force of the city gas board employe
was engaged yesterday In putting In i
new service pipe for the Wesley M. !
church. Ever since the last hiph tvatc
the church has experienced trouble wit
It* gas service, one meter succeeding on
other with no apparent advantage. Th
difficulty with tho church lighting will b
tottUxl with th.. Introduction of the nei
service pipe.
ABOUT PEOPLE.
illrangeralii the City an.I Wheeling Polka
Abroad.
T'rof. F. TI. Crojjo attended the funeni
of his brother, In Carmichael, Pa., yea
terilay.
Mr. A. W. Campbell left last nl;?ht o
the roldnUcht train of the Baltimore i
Ohio, for St. Louis, to visit his aletei
who llv??* ooar that city. He may pre
ceed oa far west ao Denver, Colo.
I)r. J. H. Pipes, while returning: fror
the Waverly oil tlelil Monday evening, I
an Ohio River ear. had the little flmrer c
hit left bund severely lacerated by th
sudden closing of the car door.
Miss Moffatt and Miss Thompson, tw
of ParkerHhtirpr's moot charming yoan
Indies, were In the city yesterday, makln
Ea?tr*r purchases. Miss Thompson \i?
'Ited In the city last summer, and won
host of frk'P<ls.
Kriururil thr <i?r??l?.
Thftmaa Gorton was Liken to polic
headquarter* y?rt?rday morning by Ofll
cer StilohK but the cliar*<? against hlr
wn? dropppd nftcr nn fnf?*rr!*w wit
Captain Hcnnrtt. A. week ?co last Sun
day, .1 hogatwod of pottery belonging t
tho Wheeling: Pottery Company nn
conalgm'tl t<? Kentucky, fell from Hi
(J"?'k nf th<? Virginia into th<? water at th
wharf landing. It floated <1 own frtmu
n. : noi l oii'iam-" <uio iri'-n i
?iuk. Gordon diacoverod tin* ca.sk la
w?ck on the Inland :it th>? river'* edjc
Ilo brok" it open nnd took the contoni
ov?r to till* homo In the Klghth wuri
Ymterda.y he agreed to return the poi
tery to the own-iT. _
DO not bo hoodwink^!. IT*? no "Ju?
.is good." Halvatlon Oil Is whnt
want when In need of :i good llntriien
A NTCR Kranlch & Bach upright pin
no, but little used. Will fell at it bui
Sain. Cotuu In and ice it.
F. W. DAUMEH CO.
- THE PEOPLE'S LINE.!
An Independent Telephone System
to be KdtublfitheU Here.
TIIP FRANCHISE NO I CHANTED
/
At L?at KIrIiI'i Meeting of Coanell, on
Account of the Objection of Oiu Mem*
bcr? but the Promoter* Feci tkat It will
be tiranted-Monejr for an DKemlrt
Kjretrui If as lleen Halted-MU Hand red
Application* for PUon** Ileie,
h Aa detailed in another column, the
? People'# Telephone and Construction
n Company of Went Virginia applied to
H council last night for a franchise to erect
poles, lay sub-ways, and do all else necessary
to maintain and conduct an !ndependent
telephone business In this city.
The effort.to have the franchise ordinance
go to the three readings In the first
- branch failed through the objections of
one member.
I The officials of the company, however,
nro confident that their efforts to make
t the telephone business In Wheeling com
petltlve, with a consequent reduction in
rate*, will not fall of ultimate success.
f They take this view for a number of reasons,
one being that there are COO persons
t In Wheeling who desire to subscribe for
r the People's company's atrvSce.
Mr. 12. Elsworth Robinson has Just ret
turned from the eaot where Jje has made
f satisfactory financial arrangements,
whereby the sum of $250,000 will be avallf
able for the company, which is made up
principally of Wheeling gentlemen. Jt
t Is proposed to extend the operations of
f the People's company far beyond the
Wheeling local field. Long distance con5
nesting lines are to be built to Mounds'
vllle, Hlstersvllle and Parkfrsburg; to
Fairmont, Morgantown and Grafton nnd
f Intermediate points; to Wellstrurg and
Llttlft Washington .anil other points.
? Where there are no local exchanges on
i these long distance line;*, the company
will organize nnd operate local services.
t in piacea wnere icnau rxvnnnwa nre m>
ready in operation, arrangements for
t connections will be made. In addition
> thta system of telephones will i)e corui^cted
with the extensive eastern Ohio and
- western Pennsylvania Independent lines,
' giving telephonic coinmvnlcation with
the towns and crties of thos?? sectionsj
Mr. Robinson says that the system to
; !h> ndopted will t>?? th* 1>est to bp bad and
will be entirely satisfactory t? the corn,
pany's patrons. The rates decided upon
aro S3r. for business esta-blshments and
$25 for r???lden'>0* Th* tf"!l rst<*s In
_ Wheeling at present at* 150 for business
houses nnd *30 for residences.
= Just as soon as the franchise Js granted
by council it is proposed to bejrln the
work of constructing- the People's com*
pony lines, both the Wheeling local system
nnd the lines to the outlying towns
iAn4l/.?,v1 Tlw.u.i oiifvldn IInot] hv Iho
J way, will cent??r In Wheeling, where the
central and main oflioe9 of the company
8 will be maintained.
JUElfKE IN TROUBLE.
.1 Arretted for Attempted Robbery?Seine
^ Man Involved Before.
Officer Bcro yesterday morning arll
rested James Juenke at his home on
Twenty-third street on the charge of
attempting to burglarize the saloon and
u residence of Frank Ayres, at Thlrty
Arts un-I Chapllne streets. Yesterday
'> morning about 1 o'clock Ayres heard a
noise outside the windows of his saloon,
which aroused suspicions of burglars.
At 5 o'clock he heard similar sounds,
nnrl nnonintr tho door leadinc to the
alloy saw Juenke, anil called him In.
' Ah soon as Juenke entered Ayrea atr
tack?d him, and both Indulged In a
. lively light. Ay res was assisted by a
- mill man, who afterward left to teleprone
to the police. In the meanwhile
J Juenke escaped from Ayres' grasp, but
{ was caught later by Officer Bero. Ayres
t has a badly scratched face, the resiilt of
the struggle. Juenke was taken before
Squire Rogers yesterday afternoon, and
the hearing was postponed until this
- afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The long trial of Juenke for his alleged
connection with the robbery of
the Maxwell mansion, and his acquittal
of the charge are still fresh In the
public mind. Other crimes of more se1
rlous consequence have been attributed
to him. and he probably enjoys the most
unenviable reputation of any man out
(i nlde the penitentiary. He was unable
. to furnish bond and Is now in the
county Jull.
The Parochial School.
The* excavation for the new Parochial
school on South Wood street, will be
completed by the end of the week- The
crectlon of the bulldlnsr will bo,begun
next week, and the contract calls for the
completion of the school department by
September 1, find of the hftll which will
occupy the upper floor by October 1.
The new school will be similar to the
one lately crected on Fourteenth street,
and it will stand as a monument of the
untiring efforts for Its erection by Rev.
Father Joseph Mullen, of the church of
f the Immaculate Conception. Exclusive
e of beating and plumbing, onu iumuure,
? the contractors, Klleves, Kraft & Co.,
? get JH.C6S for the building. With the
] cost of the ground, the architect's fees,
1 and the accessories above mentioned, the
0 new school will represent an outlay of
1 J20.000.
0
Coming Attraction,
s The William If. Cooke circle of the
ri King's Daughters will oppeor in the
J. "Spinsters' Fortnightly Club" at Arlon
r hall, Thursday evening. April 15, at S
h o'clock, at which time Professor Make.
over will give an exhibition of his wone
clerful skill of transforming these Spino
sters into fivsh. beautiful, blooming
v young maidens, which none should fall
to witness. Admission 25 cents. Proceeds
to be divided between Hydrophobia
Fund and Day Nursery.
CP.Wtl RCQDress Shields. Alternation
uD.lJILIMO gal? prices, 5c per pair.
,1 GEO. M. SNOOK A CO.
THE Kins'* Daughters of the Fourth
street M. E. church will hold their
? market nt the I>ay Nursery building,
I" on Market strest, Saturday. April 1?.
' from 1 to 5 p. m. No orders will be received
after Thursday evening. Telephone
719.
n
n A FINE used Kranlch ?tc Bach up>f
right piano. In good oondltlon. Will sell
:e at a very low figure.
F. W. BAUMER CO.
o
^ PERSONAL.?The g??n tlemnn who
~ annoyed the congregation last Sunday,
t. by continually coughing, will And Instant
a relief by using One Mlnutu Cough Cure,
n speedy and harmless, remedy for
thront and lungs. Charles K. Ooetxe,
corner Market and Twelfth streets;
0 Howie * Co.. Bridgeport; Peabodjr &
Son. Menwwd. 3
;; THE NEW WAY.
A GKf Al SWCISS FOR HTTOC All
tuws or cus with glassis. #
Our in v. .. ii-t.tlflr* molhrhl itt mimlnlna
th? eyea i%?1 lilting: (tltM'i without putL"
tlnK drticn In the eyrt and muklnic the
patlilit blind for a week, or hnvtnit thom
Hit fur bourn looking <vt charts nnd trying
?t to flt thein*elvea until thoj become ?o Uu
?i wlldcred they cannot toll what they con
, nc?. Wo lit tho ey* for examination without
drpfiidliiK on tho patient and know
when tncy nro fitted correctly,
i- ConiuUatlon and examination free.
PROF* H. SHEFF,
Th? Bcltntlfle Optician.
Telsphono No. iU. U1S Main Slrwl.
THB HPB-CLOTgIBK3 AND VURSl^UERX
Turn On
Thn V Dat;
I IIU /% iiuy
Of sound judgment, let it penclrato through all the'
claims of variety and value tliat arc being made.
Don't stop it till it gets down to the bone of fact.
Others' offerings won't cast a shadow beside the
variety of the long rows of tables here, filled full
of the tangible evidence of best quality and greater
variety, and backed by a guarantee that's as good
. as a government bond.
TURN IT ON TO THESE.
Our $10 and
$12 Grade-^
Of Suits and Spring Overcoats. We cohM hang our repa.
tation on that peg. It's a |jopular grade. Everybody
knows we've made it so. Tisn't the cheapest. We've
$5 and $8.50 grades. 'Tisn't the best. We've got 'cm up
to $J5; but it's a between price, with more quality to commend
than you'll find for $5 more elsewhere or can get made
to order for $20, with a good three times the variety. Other
folks don't dare to raise their curtains above the $7.50 notch,
.Too much light would reveal the weakness of ; r j:j^
. -- ~ ~~
Boys' Clothing.
Especially in these days, just preceding Easter, we art
equipped (or the great rash that always surges to us : r the
youngsters' apparel. It is because year after year you have
found the greatest satisfaction in our qualities, variety and
prices, that sends you unhesitatingly here. You are on the
right track more so this season than ever before. Coon-iathc-IIolc
Puzzle with every Boys' Suit.
THE - HUB,
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS,
Wheeling's Largest and Only Strictly Ono Price House.
CURTAIN STRETCHERS-O. MENDEL Si 00.
ORIFNTAL PALM&
Grown on the Island of Formosa, and embalmed white
living by the artistic and skillful natives of Japan. Thtv
arc inexpensive and make beatilifim and effective decorations
for the home or place of business.
The I'alms are guaranteed to remain in their natural
state, without requiring any attention, for years. See SOM
of them in our display window.
LACE CURTAIN STRETCHERS.
$1.25 Per Pair, Any Size.
O IVIonHoI &r. f^n
V 1V1UUUU1 VJW WVI|
JJ24 MAIN STREET.
SEE OUR LINE OF WHITE EXAMEIJ FURNITURE. _
SHOES?J. H: LOCKE SHOE COMPANY. .
11 Ladles' Fine YIci Kid .Shoes, liuttou and Lace, f
,, Chocolate and Wine Color, Needle and Coin Toes,
$2.50. j
i, (Icntlenion's fine Vicl Kid Shoes, Lace and Congress, c i n(j
11 Chocolato and Wine Color. Coin Toos, .... vJ'W
i The* represent everything you can get, and more than you will expeci ror |
j pri?
| J. H. LOCKE SHOE CQJ
WAI>L PAPER. OPTICIAN.
WALLPAPER.
new srrnc, styies, J 32,s5?5
KmnrACincy the lAtrst n^cionc in mmi
"""7, ... T \\> hrivc norumt the'?J,,?uoi*a
Wall and Ceding Decorations. &^??ZX%Si?^mi.'S*>>?
We are confident we can loro,'"L _____
satisfy you, both in our goods Dillon, Wheat & Hanchcr Cg;
and prices, if you will kindly ??
r . ? pwnTOflRAPHY.
give us a trial.
MILKS' ART STUDIO.
john friedei & co., Photographs. ??sr I
; 1UO MAIM STUEKT. 2ISt MKIN STRBBT.

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