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FAM.CLOTHWa-1 High ClassThat's the Story of th? Line of Tall Clothing for As good as tailor made, bettt custom suits. A Wealth of stylish Suits for Men. Some \ 4 T7inf?tr in JbUlUl Nrft ?*4W * HMWJT and double breasted, plain or S2 every sense of the word. A unsurpassed line of Chi to $8.00. >& An unequatafr line of Yot to $15.00. Anything you want her Goods. Time to think about a Fa here at pleasing p^es. M. GITM. Retail Department. LOCAL BEETITIB8. Mallcnof Minor Moment In and About th? oitr. Grand (bis evening?"Hogan's Alley." A cold wave la said to be approaching the upper Ohio Valley. It was decidedly cooler last night The newly promoted Consumers' Ico & Storage Company meets this evening at the city building, for the purpose of effecting a permanent organization, and to elect directors and officers. Tn nnnther Militmn the Natural Gaa Company of West Virginia has something to say regarding the "so-called pas saving valve" that has been put In use by a number of consumers of gas In this city. Consumers are notified not to allow 'unauthorised persons to break meter connections. Unknown persons entered the postofflce at Glendale on Tuesday night and got away with money orders, stamps and currency, as well as groceries owned by Postmaster Zane, whose value Is estimated at from $100 to $200. The post department has beei^otlfled, and Inspector Hooton will no doubt be put on the case. The Belmont county Republican committee announces Jhat General^Charles U. ?jrosvenor, 01 tae j^ieveniii umu umtrict. will speak at Bridgeport on the evening of Friday, October 2L Congressman Dnnford, of the over-the-river dlstrlot, will also speak on that occasion. The meeting will be made a rouAt the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Moundsvllle, Benwood & Wheeling Railway Company, at Moundsvllle, the following directors were elected: Robert McCormlck, Alfred Paul!, B. F. Peabody, M. F. Cox. J. A. Miller, W. A. Wilson and E. if. Holllday. J. A. Miller, of Wheeling, tvqh elected president, and ATirea faun, | * H'1-' "^r^mfry-and general ' GEO. L STI 1578 You purchase a dress C nn r-t Jic"/*/Mir?f mot ?pu UU, UIV, UWV.UUIH Uli aimp $1 00 to you. You want a silk dress regularly $40 00; the 20 p< $32 00, a saving of $8 00? silk waists. A Sealskin Coat value $180, a saving of $45, or e suit and jaunty coat. A $5 00 silk waist wil $8 00 one would be only elaborate one you save froi THIS IS A ML xt _ 4 r j lNOt ior one cur at your scrvicc^ OUR LC the continuance qjTyoin- go< To-day We Have Mrs "FRENCH TAILOF which has a ] made to your order, at pric corsets also. geo! gpnjfry*0* -Low Price > Great Success cf Our Men, Boys and Children. 'rf !r in fact tljan. many of the New Cloths and Patterns in rery strikingfcand nobby effects Worsted Suits, in bath single itin faced suits that are fine in Idren's Vestee Suits from $1.75 ing Men's Clothing from $5.00 : e in Clothing or Furnishing ill Overcoat, Big line of them l AN & CO., Main and Twelfth Sts. manager. The company made an excellent financial showing- during the put year. Death of Mr*. ?llsab?th Cbaruock. After rounding out a beautiful life of eighty-three years, a span seldom 1. /!???!< I.IJ Itm l?m_ VUIKUBU1QVI (U 1UU1I}, UCUIU WiU ItO UUpclling hand on Mrs. Elizabeth Charnock yesterday and 6he fell asleep in the faith of the fathers of her church, at No. 21 N. Huron street,where she lived with her daughters. Of late the burden of her years were resting heavily upon her, but up to the day of her death she manifested a cheerfulness that only could have been supported by the consolations of her faith, and her closing hours were characterised by a patience and calm resignation that were her' marked characteristics through life. Mrs. Charnock, who was the widow of William Charnock, and one of the oldest citizens of the city at the time of her death, leaves six children, William. John M., George W., Eliza; Mottle and Ella. The deceased was born in Greersvllle, Ohio, September 9, 1815. On the death of her father four years later. the family removed to Washington county, Pa., where she lived until the death of her mother, which occurred when she was twelve years of age. She then came to Wheeling, where she has since resided uninterruptedly. Mrs. Charnock was a communicant of the Ct.M* ?\r U hm.lntr ruuiui gum u* vuutkui ?? ??nife been n church member since she was twenty years old. STAMP WINDOW EXTENSION. To-day the extension of the hours of the general delivery and stamp window at the Wheeling1 postofllce goes Into effect The window will open hereafter at 7 a. m. and remain open until 9 p. en. The hours have:been 7:30 a. m. to \ p. m. Miss Jennio Evans becomes asslstant stamp and general delivery clerk. JFEL & CO. Does Our dt A Anni A lew moments' reflec you that it doe,s, for tl - 20 Per is not only on a few s large or small. Here and linings amounting to :es it $4 00, or a saving of or fine cloth dress, costing :r cent makes it cost you -enough for two handsome d at $225 would cost you nough to buy a handsome i 4. ff/. r\r\ 1 LU31 yvU uu? Willie All $6 40. while on a more n three to five dollars. HTUAL SALE / or on one article; there's i >SS IS YOUR GAIN, but ad will; therefore make the . Burke with Models fo t MADE CORSET . MON-BREAKABLE IIIP. ;es . from $4 to $35- Wc i.STIF FOREIGN MISSIONS. Twenty-sixth Anmut Convention ot Wheeling District FOREIGN MISSIONARY' SOCIETY OP THH METH0DI8T EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO BE HELD AT MOUNDSVILLE TO-MORROW. SEVERAL WHEELING WOMEN ARB ON THE PROGRAMME FOR THE* DAY?A PAPER UN "3LBXICO" BY MISS BROCKUNIER. , THE PROGRAMME IX DETAIL. To-morrow, it Moundsvllle, la the Methodist Episcopal church, of that place, the twenty-sixth annual convention of the Wheeling District Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. church, will be held, with the entertainment in the capable hands of the Phoebe Rowe Mission Band, of Moundsvllle. The indications are that the. convention will be large and enthusiastic.: r: The i past six months are a period bf extension and expansion of interest in topics that have their location across the seas, and this has been true as to the great foreign mission movement In the Methodist Episcopal church. The programme for the convention has been announced, and has on it the names of several Wheeling women, In eluding Mrs. C. H. Watklna, Miss 8hlrley Brockunicr, Mrs. C. E. Clarke, Mrs. A. J. Clarko and Miss Rosanna Lewis. Miss Brockunier will have a paper on "Our Next Door Neighbor, Mexico." The programme will be as follows: 9:30 A. M. Prayer and Praise Service?Moundsviilo Auxiliary. Convention Called to Order. Introduction of Missionary and Pastors. Address of Welcomo?Mrs. C. C. Mathews, Moundsvllle. Response?Mrs. C. E. Clarke, Wheeling. Music. Reports of Auxiliaries. Reports of District Officers. Report from Conference Secretary?Mrs. C. E. Jackaon. Hymn. Appointment of Committees Paper?Our Missionaries?Miss Lulu Jones, Moundsvllle. Vocal Solo?Miss Margaret Hammond. Moundsvllle. .Consecration Service?Mrs. Charles Watkins. Wheeling. Adjournment Benediction. Organ Solo?Miss Madge Mathews, Moundsvllle. Devotional?In charge of Wesley and Zane Street Auxiliaries, Wheeling. Convention Called to Order. Minutes of Morning Read and Approved. Women of the New Testament?Mrs. A. J. Clarke, Wheeling. Vocal Solo?Minn 11 eta. Roberta, MoundsPaper?;,I Pray Thee Havo Mo Excused"? Miss Rosana Lewis, Wheeling. Woman in Japan?Miss Elizabeth Russell, Japan. ? Pap??-Our Next Door Neighbor, Mexico^ Miss Shirley Brockunlcr, Wheeling. Song?Moundsvllle Junior Leaguers. How to Interest Junior Leaguer* In Missionary Work?Mis* Vlrgle Schalter, Moundsvllle. ? Collection. # Reports of Committees. Reading and Approval of ^lombcrs. Adjournment Benediction. At 7:30 p. m. there will be memorial services In charge of the Phoebe Rowe Mission Band, of Moundsvllle. OPENING to-day at Carl's, 3301 Jacob street. "wentieth ;versary Sale :tion and a little figuring w lie rv v*. m tent Uisco pecial items, but is on eve 's a few instances: ^ Curtains frc to $30 a pair, from 12c to $1 Rugs and o we've a regul: ? _ .1. men rug; our is $1 39, now <$5 off makes rt $ A A $42 50 9 is now $8 50 v5e one i? $6 4C <48 have all kinds ^ of rugs, all v ? count this wei io reserve stock?everything it is also our gain, as we 1 anniversary satftjficc willingl r the Only Measures are taken and 1 will allow 20 per cent c EL&C -? . - _? ?n about fion& HlrRN|*ri Im Ut? clly ?m>i WfeMllaiVM. pic J. F. CrosslanfL- and wife, of 8L 1 CUlravUle, yesterday registered at the McLure. , \V. D. Heltnlsk, of Fairmont. U U the Windsor. Mrs. W. G. Snodgraia. of Burton,was Howell guest yesterday. Dr. W. H. Debendorf and Ulaa Ine* Bpookfleld. of SmithOeld, wen In the city yesterday. Miss Jewel Meadley, of the Island, has returned after a pleasant visit with friends In Indiana. F. D. McCoy, R. Broadwater. W. R. Smith, and S. 9. Potter were Sistersvllle guests of the Stamm last night F. W, Hefner, of Burrlivllle. Abensor Bartlett. of Grafton, and E. A. Swaneyr, of New Martinsville, are state arrivals at the Stamm. AHen Newman, a bore at the Belmont Wast furnace, returned to work yesterday, after having been lncapaclta/.ed from work on account of his recent accident. City Engineer White, who Is confined to his home on the Island, with an attack of aervous prostration, was tetter yesterday morning, and hopes are expressed that he will have entirely recovered in the next week or ten days. THE very best fountain pen is "Waterman'? Ideal." We guarantee every pen we sell. If it does not please you, return It and get your money back. ALBERT DITTMAR, 1303 Market Street Telephone 549. : DIED.,:rloi SCHAN?On Wednesday, October 5, 1898, at 8:20 o'clock p. m., TOARY, youngest child of: Albert ana the late Amelia! Schan, aged S years, 1 month and 13 J days. Funeral services at residence of her father, No. 98 Fifteenth street, Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Friends of the family respectfully invited to attend. Interment at Mt. Olivet cemetery. CUNNINGHAM?On Wednesday, October 5, 1FJ8, at 1:50 o'clock p. m., BESSIE LILLIAN, Infant daughter of J. E. and Annie Cunningham, aged 13 months and. 3 days. FuneriU from the residonce of her parents, No. 8803 Wood street, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Greenwood cemetery. * CBARNOCK?On Wednesday, October 5, m rr !74RPTH wife of the late"WiUlira'cfcanioclC'iK her 84th year. Funeral notice hereafter. FONNER-On Wednesday, October 8. JSS?, at 11 o'clock p. m., IDA B. FONNER, In tho 31st year of her age. Funeral notice hereafter. UNDERTAKING. T PUIS BERTSCHY, Funeral Director an! Arterial Embalm sr. 1117 Main Strut. WaatSlda. Calls by Telephone Answered Da/ or Night. Store Telephone 8S& Residence, 601 Assistant'* Tele phone. 695. anil ALEXANDER FREW, Fnneral Director and Embalmer, I 1208 MAIN ST. Under Competent Management Telephones?Store. iSS: Residence. 780. BRUEMMER & HILDEBRAND. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS, Corner Market sad 224 Streets ?*-? < ?M nnan T*. u m^A Vl?k> iSltfUUUV Ml* WJW yU I The BL* Pay You? Item is c ill convince t0 W opportunit lint ry purchase, >m 69c a pair or a saving B. Druggets? j|| j ar $2, 28x54 regular price 20 per cent xi2 Drugget MBW less. or a $32 ) less. We gggWfc andallsiwg,, .gjjj|jj nth the ais- rtapOHIEB -k. [^wPwSi i g we have is rat. "JUMl liope to have Fjn;?i?m y- Bim\M the corset is ?g iff oil these ^ '?nmnnwUM /U. It is a Man's Duty ^ To Dress Well.??^ Eveiy consideration?social, business, home, family and friends?suggest that a man dress as well as his means will allow. "Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy" was shakespeare's advice?and it-was; good adviceThe weir dressed man has more respect for him self, and so is more respected. The well dressed man has confidence in himself, and so inspires confidence. The well dressed man looks successful, and that Often assures his success. THEN?Why not dress well? WHEN you can buy elegantly made Suits, trimmed and made up to date, at such low figures as $8 00, $10 00. $15 W and $20 00, and back ofcit have the guarantee of\pur good name. I " 11 , , D. Gundling & Co., Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. W. B. COE3BT8.-OBO. B. TAYLDB 00/ V? ?P.-.-*..-.... I I .in??W??tyj Geo. R. Taylor Company, Special Display And Demonstration ' OF \\T D AMERICA'S THE VV . D., LEADINS CORSET. J We take pleasure in calling attention to a specially attractive display and demonstration of the celebrated W. B. Corset Models which will be made in our Corset Department commencing October 3. Miss F. D. White, expert corset fitter, of New York, will be in attendance Mo demonstrate the advantages of a correctly fitted corset?just as a shoe is fitted?with real comfort and graceful effect, and we cordially invite your attendance whether you need a corset or not. Come in to be fitted and look over the handsome forms. We assure you of a pleasant surprise and hope to be honored with vour cresence. Geo. R. Taylor Company. GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. lNKET me of especial interest, for we have them from 42c tip a pair, hence/7011 save from 8c to $3 60 a pair, or ah y to get an extra every-day pair. ?