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TOO BOHY?6TONE *Sc THOMAS. Stone & Thomas. Too Busy 4. J T? i iL- !-1 w- i \j gu liuu uciaua ai/uui uic spccidi j* inducements that will be offered this j* o? week. Getting ready for our Fiftieth > j* Anniversary, which occurs next J* > week. Elaborate preparations now * * being made. Full particulars later. MAGNIFICENT SHOWING OF New Fall Dress Goods, New Fall Silks, New Fall Wraps. Every department will have its usual Monday and . Tuesday Specials. i The Carpet Department, The Lace Curtain Dept., j The Drapery Department, i Especially invite your critical inspection. Never have we shown . -.-p ; The Linen Department, i The Lace Department, The Art Department, i Offer special inducements this week that time prej vents enumerating. t Stone & Thomas. t 8ILKS-OEO. M. SNOOK & CO. SnooklTCo. ' DAYb. 1 A SALE OF > Tuesday, . Oct. 19 J T T CM|^ Wednesday, Oct. 20 i w ^ X ' l^S ^ Thursday, . Oct. 21 , EMBRACING OUR ENTIR? LINE. ? Why do we think this is going to be our Greatest Silk Sale? ' < Will tell you. j RrfAil^F There's MORE Silks here. i DLL/\lJjL There's PRETTIER Silks here than we have ever had. Dpr* A IIQF We have BOUGHT Silks cheaper. DLLnUaL wi|[ SELL Silks cheaper during this I sale than we have ever sold them. LOOK AT THESE PRICES FOR THE PROOFS: t Rich Black Satin Luxor, sells everywhere An extra wide and flno Black Taffeta t at S1.00. Price for three yj silk, worth 11.25. Sale jjjjg yg , A still finer Block flatln Luxor, can't bo BLACK SATIN DUCHESS 15?Five great \ matched anywhoro undor QOn VH special value?!. These prices throe days $1.50. Price for threo days.... only? 69c, 89c, 98c, $1.39 and $1.58 Yd. price 1U. BLACK ARMURE SILKS-Threo special < A . a , . ,,, , values for the next threo days? ? Finest Black Satin Luxor made. Wo have . .. sold many yards of thin number at $2.60 69C, 89C 30(1 $1.19 Yd. 1 yard. You can buy It during cq rf,i vw*' uuw uuinpi.itf iu. Halo at Jpl.Oa Iu. CHANGEABLE TAFFETA SlLKS?Can . , om show over twenty-five oolor-comblna- 1 Handsome Black Ottoman Cord Silk. tlons. Hlx qualities. Thoso aro the spo- ' Priced everywhere nt ILW y^rd. ,.|a| prtrcn ror threo flsys only? . ?r... rc?.. .. . y 89c Yd. 49c, 59c, eat, 73c, 94c and SI.I9 Vd. ?rirf, Oi/C IU. ImpoHBlble to quoto tho reduce<l prices 1 1 on these, an tliey are here by tho hun- i A better Black Taffeta Silk, 71a VH drods of pieces. Good ono* *C- VH worth $1.00 yard. Sale price.. bruin at "xUo Iu. > Evening shades in Taffetas, Indias and Satin Brocades 1 in many grades?all at sale prices. Come to us during the ! next three days with ANY Silk want?we will supply it at j prices never before touched. 1 ' 1 1 =3 I Geo. M. Snook & Co. i m DUNLAPSTYLE 1IATM M'IPA DBKN'M. I mzttzzzzzuzzzzmzzzztzzz&zzzzz& T, , Our Stor? Is Opon Evory Nl?ht, ou , fift-flRMT WINTER 1 QWAn::: fflHllNDERWEAR FOR } d' GOo Fine . for ... ^ :?7V(in < ? Men's W)o CatnoPA I loir rnd?twr?r , > iM1 ud Mun's Fleeee Lln?<l I'nderwoar < ?< ? for. ... Wfcn no 1 Mi'ii'n lleavy linllirlftunn i K i Mi n> rr".' I lent Iictliy lllh Under- < ><> ' no ::: Wmcfadden's hat and shirt store, 1320 nnd llii Mmhnt Sin n , Whcrllit#, i n i 1 i bztzzzzzzzzzzzzzzxzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzm i SHOES--ALEXANDER. A Gentleman's T Shoe Always. T ENGLISH ENAMEL. HEAVY SOLES. 51 Three Dollars. up-t?-date _ n Shapes, fitted POM Dollars, correctly, inFive Dollars. suri"s the most for your SlX Dollars. money. ALEXANDER, ? Shoe Seller, 1049 Main. th - ui ni Long Evenings. ? These long evonlnjjs afford *lc plenty ot opportunity for reading;. ar With a good IlKht you should be able to < rend comfortably. ee If you can NOT do so, visit our Optical ?rj Department und we will tell you the rea- . . son. ,U1 H. W. EWALT, ll )ptician for Dillon, Wheat & Handler Co. 10 - an PIANOS?F. W. BAOMER OO. j|a PIANOS!" j ?? an * Steinway, jj A .. Krakauer, O Clifford, Z m< S Ludwig | AND OTHERS. f01 bol F. W. Banmer Co., ? an 1310 W*nKKT UTRKET. da iKc 3ntc%enrer ? Ofllcot No*. Vti an?l !97 Fourteenth Street. Pi" Nrxv Ailvrrtlntmruta. in Lost?Betweon Thirty-eighth and Twen: W y-thlrd Streets, Lady's Gold Watch. jjc Not leu Is Hereby Qlvon?Bello IhIu Park. ? Free! Froo!?11. F. Behrena Co. " Lost?Lady's CJolcJ Watch. ,n Metropolitan Hotel. tin Proposals for Brick Street Paving at hi( dannlngton, W. Va. \r W. CJ. Wilkinson?Auditor nnd Accountmt. "Shine"?B. H. List. Month for Weddings?Stanton's Old City -i tool; Store. A Few Echoes?Jos. f?raves' Son. Hengallnos?Geo. IS. Stlfel & Co.?Third vo 'ago. In Highest In Quality, Lowest In Price?M. an liitman &. Co.?Fifth Page. PALL STOCK OPENING OF C. HESS & SONS. U'e Imve Jnat opninl our full atork, y(| oniprUluc nil the new noveltlea In Siilliiq, Trunaerlnua, Kanof Yeatlng* nnd Ivercoittluga, wlilch we art prevurcd to f nuke up un aliort notice, Tho atyllali npirarniire, good fit, durability nml rutlre .. ntlafnctlon of otir gnrnient* la onr rrpti- 1" ntlon. Price* of our Stiltlug tlila fall till l>e 9'JO.OO nnd np. Tronaerlnga 95.00 i... nut up. OnrOenti' Pnrttlalilug deiinrtnent la complete. The heal good* nt an owtit prlcea, Amenta for the Fa mo on J Inroa Hygienic I'nderwenr. . tlV C. HKSB & KOXS, J'f 'mhlonnlile Tailor* nnd ( enta' I'lirnlahera, 1341 and 1343 Market Mtieot. gu m un THAT HEAVY, TIRED FEELING," 'nuard by rending (he arlf-prnlalng nd*. it aelf-iinmeit o|itl?-nl Kprrti (1), doc- J ora (1|, profraaora (1) nnd tinlrroynitla (I) nil Uc. cured without publicity l?y J. W. 110 irubb, Uptlclnn. Ba 1 ? By At l.m lie 1 le tin Slllla. |h, This morning a new pot will be tried nc it the La Belle tin mill. It Is expected 0 turn out double the amount of tin nn hat un ordinary pot will. It Is called m,i :he Aetna pot and will do away with ^c, me polr of rolllH. No. .1 pot Is off and vlll not go on for about three weeks. At NorthStreet Church. Special meetings are being hold every "'I ivcnlng tills week nt tho North Street CI1 VI. B. church, which are conducted by P''( lev. Mr. Peter, a returned missionary :>f th<* M. 13. church In Africa. Tho noetlngs are well att wded ami much J,r food Is being acootr.pUsh'.'d. JJJJ In Favor of Dlia. I.tike. Says a Cumberland (Md.) dlnpatch: lrf The court ha? Hot aside the will made he >y Mrs. Rachel Horn brook, of Mountain he Lake Park, Just before her death, glvng $100 to her daughter, Mrs. Luke, of Wheeling, and a valuable property to ler daughter, Mrs. Billiard, nnd leaves n forco a will made In 1894 by which ort he property goes to Mrs. Luke. The at ourt held that decedent was not of nfl sound mind when the bint will was iv? nade. % tei ?. T\)| III Clerk llohrrtaou'a fiffh-e- Nt Yen ton! ay In Clerk Robertson's offlco ha the following transfers of real estate yere recorded: C 1 lend made March 21. 1R97; by R. ('. O IVhltford nnd wife to Peter Boyd; con- Hoi itderatlon $1.00; transfers one-half Itierest In partH of lots 4 and r?, HUltnro 2, Waters' addition. > heed made October 19, 1KD7; by Mils- j)(, dli tb Hamilton's helm i<> Win. Hhor-v eno; consideration $1,800; transfers part |(l it lot 10, sriunra 22, llellalro addition. ,.u Marrlttfie licenses were Issued iih follows: j-', 11 W. B. Kramer, 2.1, ami Mary lOlliia- a Doth lloldeir. I . 82, Of Wf ling. I?'j .fames (ICwart, l:!?. slid I,mils .Tor- & Inn, of Munnlngliui, \V, Vn Stephen Murphy, 2\, nnd Catherine ' 'iillahiin. 21, of McKeeiiport, 1 '<?. rvl l.otils Htalll, 27, and ICntlierlue Hellitem, of Wtioellni , I^rnnl< ('ampbeii. nnd Muitglo Mil- 1 .or, of Ohio county, "u ^ cil SilksAl H"'" *'r|00"' *" iriRO. M. SNOOK \ Co. I Ali n innilllflr.llt hna. ,nlr?l ii?f " l-'ridnv evening >?i the (Ipern llonae. 7rt llllt AO MiHUi ffll u, ('IIQNTltlOlt'M (front AUOllon uf Saiii ot Witohi i 'iK. Ji oiry nmi goi C/Hiey (loodn, will cnullitlie every (if- ln> tflrtioon and evening all this week. Ini FOREST FIRES. . i lie Woods Uurulni; Uotli East uiid f West of this City. [IE HILL NEAR MT. DECHANTAL AS BEEN BURNING SINCE SAT- | URDAY NIOIIT, AND CAUSES A f DENSE SMOKE OUT THE ^ WHEELING CREEK VALLEY. OVER IN EASTERN OHIO THERE ARE OTHER F1RE3," ONE ON THE HELLAIRE & ZANESVILLE ROAD BEING THE MOST EXTENSIVE. Many Wheeling people were unable J understand the versl?t.:u haze thai ins like a pali over the city throughit (he whole day Tuesday. Early in e morning there was a dense Cog islng, and many thought the haze ut didn't fade away was the fog, but wus not. It was the smoke that had Ifted over from forest Urea that are irning on at least two sides of the ty. Saturday night a Baltimore & Ohio :omotlvo set tire to the brush on the 11 back of Mt. de Chantal, and it has en burning since, though it snemed have nearly exhausted Itself last ght, the blaze being not nearly as lght as on Monday night. This ftro is not come dangerously near any uses and no damage of consequence is iticlpated. Over th?> river, however, there are ? veral forest fires of considerable size, i 10 l.vrjj.'st Is on the lin?- of the Belre, Zunusville & Cincinnati road, back Bellalre, between Jim's run and Dory's station. The area of Are Is said be fully COO acres, and already fences d outbuildings of the farmers have en destroyed. Several farm houses ve been threatened by the flames, t the hard work of the farmers has fur resulted in keeping the Are from ft larger buildings. The loss will lount to several thousand dollars. CVest of Rock hill, near Bellalre, nntier fire has been raging this week, d the farmers have been out fighting b blaze Monday and yesterday. So r no extensive damage has taken ice. IN THE COURTS. Phis morning In the criminal court of ilo county the well known abatement sea will como up for argument The >rnlng session will probably be conmed by ex-Prosecuting Attorney >ward for the saloon men, who art ilntlffs in this proceeding, and In the ternoon c^-Attorney Oeneral Alfred Idwell will argue for the state, which the defendant. There is great interIn this matter, and the criminal jrt room will probably be crowded Lit morning and afternoon. MARSHALL CRIMINAL COURT, rhe Marshall county criminal.* court fll ry has been discharged until Monday r d court has adjourned until Satury. It was planned to try a number the persona lately Indicted this week, t they were not ready. rhe jury In the slander case of 8. J. ward vs. Henry L. Foost, from Ros's Rock, gave a verdict of $306 to the ilntlfT. rhe plaintiff's evidence was excluded the case "f .f. (J. Haberfleld vs. the heeling Railway Company un ver- H t given for defendant. rhe murder case against James Ed,rd Jones it set for November 8th and ! McOill case for November 9th. Ew- ? ?, Dovener and Conlff will defend == cum. CIRCUIT COURT. CK Yesterday In the Ohio county circuit 4 urt, part II., Judge Hervoy, a di- 4 ree was granted to Jennie C. Downs A h-r case against John IT. Downs, a (I to Annie Dorf In her case agalnat 7 mcs Dorf. ABOUT PEOPLE I niigfri In tlir City mi l Wheeling Folk* Ahroi^l. 4 ?tato Commlwloner of Labor Isaac V. 4 irton, of thla city, left on a trip over A q state yesterday. diss Adelaide Gilchrist, of Elm Grove, X h returned home from New York city, X d will remain during the winter. Irs. Mary Scott Badley. accompanied hereon Hrlnton, left on the mldnipht tin for Cincinnati. They were the ? ests of Mra. O. O. Smith, on the lald, while In the city. Mil Flrat ltnptUt ?lrelli?u?. During the present week services nr<i ] Ing held every evening In the Flrat ptiat church, corner of TwePth and le> ion streets. which <ir*> In chnrge of > well-known evangelist, Rev. Mr. I ndlnp, of NVIlll.imspnrt. Pa. Mr. Ri ndlifg is a powerful mnn in this work ale <i the meetings are destined to re- LI: It In many secessions to the mem- T rshlp of the cliurah, kll So Tin-: CITY'S OAROAOE. te 'he Bub-commltteeof the council com- P01 ttee on health met last night with 1 ty Solicitor Nesbltt and discussed the ^positions relative to the cremating -yy, the city's garbage and offal, advanced o(. previous evening by Mr. A. Golden, Philadelphia, who was also present I nltfht. No definite action wan taken d the matter waa deferred for further , nslderatlon. So far aa he knew, Mr. hbitt stated that he thought a con- 1 let could bo made with Golden, but could tell the committee better after ,r looked up some of the ordinances. WILLIAM M. MEEK DEAD. Vesterdny afternoon at 4:15' o'clock ;urred the death of William M. Meek ln> his home. on North Market street, 8:.1 ler a abort Illness. Mr. Meek waa II known, being assistant auporlnident In the local office of the Met- Ta mil tan Life Inauraneo Company of All w York. The funeral arrangements .JiL d not been completed yesterday. y .^?5/i1 Cn|rv of Silks proving T pecial on 16 u great success. i> them at our prices. QBO, M. flKOOK A CO. ^ rilRRK la no need of llttlo children +)> Ing tortured by scald bead, ec*ema d nkln eruptions. DoWltt's Witch i7.i I Salve gives Instant relief and if its permanently, ('buries R. Qoelto, ?ls irket and Twelfth streets; Chatham ha' lclalr, Forty-sixth anil Jacob streets; sm K. Scheel", No. (107 Main street; 10x- H''| iiron. Penn and S5n.no streets; Howie JJJj Co., Hrldgeport. _ _ G of ICATH r<"' l'*?nlilr Coiurrl I'rlilnv '|\\(| iiiitu nlnll Ulitilr Ntorri, lie- ow vril Wnliiraduy nt lloiikr'a, lUNPRIJDS of proelotia little ones jpi Ihfllr Uvea lo Dr. Thomas' lOeiectrlc lf the sovereign oure for croup and other throat or lung diseases. 1 _ tin llrllmrlrr'n llj Hiiy ISInIiIUIimrtil, lidin llellmoler, proprietor of the Pan indie meant Dyeing and Dry Clean- ( ' Work** innouni n thai hla faomtlii v doing work on short notloa are bat* ^ now than i vat befora. Hla oorpa 2J asslslanla arc experienced, and per- IVJ, is leaving clothes or oilier articles to p# cleaned or dyed will llnd Ihem look- nm t us good as new. Telephone 04. jl THE HOB-CLOTHIBR3 AND FDUNI8HBR^ ?%^WV?V%^N op?DD? ?Bg] ?$?[P? J TTGd? UttGO? [pffflGBOSq I A PIAT T\ PTnATrn ^DULJJOirvUlVJl, A stroke that will prove what can be done in the lines of legitimate merchandising?a stroke that means an actual cash saving to you greater than is promised by any pf the so-called bargain offerings about town. AVe've no excuses to make for such extraordinary selling?rather we deserve praise. Nobody has failed. We're neither assignees or consignees, but this lot of Suits we put on sale -this week at rEN DOLLARSI Is the climax of our selling strength. There's a choice for you oWiandsomo Plaids, Checks, Scotch Cheviots, Worsteds and quiet 6taplc effects* made up in any of tire present fanhlonable.styles. They are better made, and better trimmed, and better values in.-everyway than-any Suit in those alleged sales for $12.50 and $15.00. We want you to make a comparison that you majpfind the<verdict with your own judgment?see the difference with your own eyes. If any alterations .ire-tfiecessary? no charge. If any dissatisfaction from any cause after you get a Suit home?come back and get your money. THE - HUB, Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, OB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STBEHS. THE DEALERS IN MEN'S AND BOYS1 WEARABLES. SHOES-J. H. LOCKE SHOE COMPANY. ?E EVE MADE OUR "REPUTATION FOR GOOD ViLIIS i WITH THESE SHOES AT THESE PRICES: J . .. . I Ladle*' Fine Flexible Ilongola Plioea, lSntlon anil I.ncc, all il}iei S*.00 fllcn'a Calf Shoea, Congreaa and I.acc, our own make $4<00 WD linr r OPT I VAIT Men'elltaTjrHole. Rxtenalon Edge Shoea, Maek . Wh WILL OtlLL lUU ? ??! t'olow, for 99.00. 94.50, 93.00, 94.00 rlltt IIU i op lo Slaof Ailnm* <t Co.'i innkef llic bcal alu* r?jzr-?--- In (lie world for 93.00. i j J. H. LOCKE SHOE^ COj LOCAL BREVITIB& WALL PAPER. Km of .Minor Momiil In and About For falling to report a contagious (lis- WALLPAPER ne to the health ofllccr, Dr. J. H. Mans will unswer In tills morning's police jrt. <ast night's nrrest.H Included Ida ley, Mm. Sue Inglehart and Hon Fr?- WC Want ITlOrC fOODl r. drunks; John Orock, vagrant, and , 57.I0 Harding, disorderly. for Holiday Goods, 'estorday nftornoon Officer Hero led a dog belonging to Schultsse, the SO Will * nth J2off street grocer. It wns lilta aoff weighed ,? ^ ^ jfl f|| 2. M. Holllday tie Co. yesterday sored the contract for the erection of ? handsome house to be put tip at THIS WEEK. oodfldale by Mr. Edwin H. I lea me, Now York. Work will begin on it im idlatoly. "A Country Hnpptr." | John Friedel & Co., I 'A country supper.M ?Vhat memories It arouses! 1110 MAIN SIR! IT. __ Po-morrow evening the tidies of the ? ? ~ inco Memorial church, nt Leather- HOTELS. iod will servo supper In the dining rruvvvuv^r/uvinrv^ in or the hnndsonv church edifice. gOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXAAW^ d Invite townpeop tc? oome out and r> '-NMRIST 10 llll S1AII0V" j n good meal whl!?* Incidentally help- O -ri B _ - | o J a , good cause. The hour, nre 5 to $ ^0 GmdeS llOtCl, TOrllltK A COI.D !? (INK IIAV OAKUM). Ml).. ko Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. C> "ALL THE YEAR ROUND. j ',ln,KK',h'r"f"'"'"'e?""'vy'f"f,?, ^^toOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOO /Twill tell Vol st. ciiarles hotel, TT,,-,- ,L,L IVMJ WOOD S1HII r AM) rillRI) AVI nr. J08KB* PITTSBURGH, PA,/ hnproviJ location Ilnr?il In cf?<* Vltv. your l>fnOndli<-i< como rrom wonk rye?] tonvcnlrnt in All Minimi station 0 If Klasnoi will relievo t horn. Do you ... ... n> iH'jitlarIn*? Im your eyei wain I, ?f m ivi W' art or burn? Ducm Iho print run to! Rale* 92,00 and$1.M her when reading? I?? thing* appear SI < IUMII S II01M CO. ililo, or mixed up? H/ivo (I deMro in '' *,,MUia "VM Utmag* 1 the eyes? Twllohlnft For any troublo Wm' P'**- ?- " , rtinP , .7 your eyo? eoniult Us. Wo niu!< > irlir imtMtWL. popular pr li'i'H. M <i U ? u at u| ,vnm " ! itloft frae i.r clmrire, and rely on our , ,, u sldll and not our patients' judgment lUOPHIOBHATORn, loniultfttion and exnmluntlon freo. J > l.t'ItiClKHATOHS. Tlif Scientific Optician, mill ll litirn will muvo tlioin till" ?" Cnrnor Mnln iiml lilnvi'iilti Hiwn, ,v|ll R" ^ "****"IJ2.no f flTATioxnitr, nooits, bto. }'"iio !JS5;: " i ii. Qviunir, ',SIW llll Mnriipt hi root. OEa W- JOHNSON'S SONS, k?ml fur I'ltubursli Ulnnatiili. IMIIk. teio Main Sir..!. nil CMnmtrolRl-UituIln, I'lm. n, cinpln. :l ICitiiulrrr. i'ommerelnl-Trlluini- nPio . ,.i?\irl.l* w Yors 11111/othei Isnrtorn and Weptoi n / AlttH'HH FH)jl T|I? MOH1 l , JiuiNl Hies, Literary and Fusion Maiai nla JimtBw UWoekllos. " " OF i'ltlNTINO ? ?m fully nm.Illni?;' j'y iuo 11*11 Uood. ami Hlulloncry, KuN^NO on'l'Jli'