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* -*4J.!ji:.jj. .^.ix, . fxW dozen" lorio-m^ ? m ... ytfifog we'fc<*w .offered. Ladfts" FliiiriWhite and C to-day eachi ?\? ?|? Hi CJwHes' PJaln SWiit^ Pme **iwS wist Emhroi6errf;Hai ijdiis- ImportediSwissEiti 1' 39s qiiahtl?;. tO^dA^! eact tftH's Cotbrrt* Bonder Han h. Fen% Pfein White anttColor iMfr Flilll-SJwPiire' Line vorth fully 20c, to-day eact ?mnants. forthe DRESS G The enormous business of tf with hundreds of remnants, i the most desirable patterns ol of pieces of Black Goods, ei expecting great values and yoi ints 25,0and 35c Dress Goods a mts 50c and 65c Dress Goods a ints- 75c and 85c Dress Goods a mts $1:00 and $1.35 Dress Good tvtjxjtrlt arktt'c di IKcmi-vn^ x. ' i Remnants Prints at Remnants Canton Flannels at. I Remnants Outing Flannels at ? Remnants Muslins at.... ?j. j Remnants Linens, Remnants Ril I" Embroideries all at a fraction of their i ? dollars will do double and triple their i Stone & r.fo m (A Colossea [ Establishm Quietly, unostentatiously space, until now we occupy and second story room and the mos As our Soor space increases, so alTthat represents progressives proper presentation. We theref *> < 1 I UMOSScll K r commencing Tuesday, October H tion ample opportunity of becon K) Here are a few prices am to convince that our money re; K; strate our fixed purpose not to K Come to this grand open! NOTE-This is NOT W' complete in itself. ? DIVISION A OFFERS: | E: 'All Colors Plain Taffeta Silks, ! value 50c, at 39c yand. 1 Yard wide Black Taffeta Silk, J at Si.iq yard. E Black Crepons in variety. Width 42 inches. Value $1.25, at 98c yard. I|: Choice of a special collection of K-l Plain and Fancy Dress Goods and ; K Plaids, value up to 39c, at 25c yard. R:;: Special line of Covert Suitings, i ft* value 9125 and $1.37, at 98c yard, I Case Outing Flannels, valne 8c, * > at 5c yard. , m: Case Flannelettes, value 10c, at 1 7ic yard. Children's extra quality Wool | Flannel Skirts, value 37c, at 25c. p. Ladies' All Wool Flannel Skirts, ft? value 75c, at 57c. ?__? -.--.I *miA* Rtcarhprf Muslill. I K JJCSL )*l U IT1U? 1 value 8c, at 5c yard. K\ 40-inch wide Unblcached Mas- | lin, value 5c, at 3Jc yard. 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, value I K; 15c, at r>Jc yard. Bleached Pillow Case), 36x42 E'' inch, value 8c, at 5c each. Barber's Huck Towel*, value 10c, j I ' at 7ic. Extra quality Damask Towels, ' - ? -i ub I |?aiue 151., ?I 72-inch wide Bleaclicd 1 able, Linen, value 65c, at 48c yard. I! GEO. M PUB ? THOMAS. Thomas. s I it least 25 per cent betar i)lored Bordes Handier- ~ 01 a .? ? ? V, Linen, Hemstitched; also Ca idka rchicfs, to-day each.. UU tiroi&rrttt Handkerchiefs, iOU ?) M ?l lu/V dBrtrchiafs, 5c quality, to- On ?w? ?? ? ?*?? > .???. : ?WW ed- BorderHandkerchiefs, Cn ? V<l? ? ??. wW n Hemstitched' Handker;DAY SE. > GODS. \ ic past week has left us Wong them are some of [ the season; also dozens lough for skirts. Come j will not be disappointed t, yard.* - .,I2Xc t, yard............ 25c t, yard 33c sat, yard..? 49c RINTS, ETC Ic, 2 l-2c and 3 I-2c Yard .... 2 I-2C, 1 lie, 3C ana oc ioru .3: l-2c, 5r. and 8c Yard ?. 2c, 3c and 4c Yard jbons, Remnants Laces and ralue. Come to-day and your iuty. ? - - ^ 8 Thomasj SNOQ] If! ! Two More ient! ReaJ?Fw ' have we labored, adding co: fill every one of three longest t convenient basement in the ? f 4.1 also our lacmties, ana to-aa} ess in this vicinity. Our ma ore bulletin a Introduce 1 1 Unfintv it( ftfflof- In r\ k>f auu ladiui^ an wwwrv ui v ling better acquainted with ^ i goods to prove that our bi iches just as far as any other be undersold I ng sale. You will be made to a department store, but rath DIVISION B OFFERS: ioo dozen Children's Fleeced Jersey Ribbed Underwear. Small size starts at 5c, value 8c. loo dozen lioys' and ioutns son fleeced Underwear, 50c value, at 3SC200 dozen Ladies' Fleeced Jersey Ribbed Vests, 25c value, at 15c. 200 dozen Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, 75c value, at 50c. 500 Men's Puff andTcck Ties at 25c. 50c ones among them. About 100 Fancy Stanley Shirts still here, value 89c and ?r, at 50c. Fast Black Twill Umbrellas, steel rods, paragon frames, value 75c, at 50c. , $r.oo Umbrellas at 75c. $1.25 Umbrellas at 98c. Giildren's Umbrellas at 39c. Ladies Fast Black 50 r^hrc Combed Yarn Hose. Box of 4 pair for 50c, value 75c. Ladies' finest gauge Black Hose, high spliced heels, double soles, 50c value, at 25c. Ladies' fast black fleeced seamless Hose, double soles and high spliced heels, 18c value, at i2jc pair. rViniitif Sealskin and Monkev Purses, value 65c ami 75c, at 500. India Silk Baby Cap*, value 75c, at 50c. . SNOO BEOaB-AUXATOKa. Tie Dps awl flTTfllJO towns <rf~ oHUDiJ *e mm. fc* tfto vutty ol $3.50 fokhs but ?f last raw's profactiaa wai mt startisg poM, mt pnWAul HtM toAr M stew tweoty-eee styles at Itk ANT UO or LEATHER TOO WANT. Alexander, SHOE SOLEB. 1049 MAIN. OPAL MOUTH. | I October OPAL I ' MONTH ; AND OPALS ARE IN FAVOR. Thero 1? that of beanty about the opal i ! which endears it to thousands who cannot claim It as a blrtbstone, and probably the gem was never in greater favor than 1 now. We have a grand line of Opal and Diamond Jewelry. Richest styles ever shown.1 | Rings $120 and upwards. w?< < (? ST tf / _ Villon, w near s nancner to. ============ | 8HOB3?NAY BBOTHSBS. NO FAULT IS FOUND v? 4V- " ?* cn?torn#rfl B?CII \JJ UIV uiunt ?.????.?. with our Ladies' $2.00 Shoe. The kind we were so successful with In spring and summer?same make for fall, built of nice plump kid, selected with an idea to comfort and servicecorrect in style. Best <2.00 shoe in Wheeling:. NAY BROTHERS, Om Price Shorn. 1317 Market St K & CO. Store Rooms Now Easiness.- ^ ntinuously to the original floor ground floor rooms, the longest city?FIVE large rooms in all. r we stand at the very front of ny new departures require a r*rt/ LSI J VJWIVJ rder to give the entire popularheeling's most liberal store, jyers are just as keenly alert? store's, and to further demonfeel at home. :r a collection of stores, each j DIVISION C OFFERS: Ladies' Fast Blue Print Wrappers, made full throughout, 75c value, at 49c. 10-inch imported Seal Fur Collarettes, with Astrakhan Yokes, ! value $4.00, at $2.95. Full sized All Wool Country Blankets, value $300, at $2.55 pair. Wilton Rugs with fringed ends, 27x54-inch. Special value at $1.25. Brussels covered Foot Stools, j with fancy gilded legs, value 69c, i -t rrw i ??200 Cuspidors, value qc, at 3c I cach. ! 200 Cuspidors, value 15c, at 7c j. cach. 300 Bulb Jardcnicres, value 10c, i! at 5c cacii. Glass Lemon Reamers, value 5c, at 3c cach. j C. K. Haviland individual Salts, | decorated in gold and colors, 15c value, at oc. A spcci.il lot of China and Glass Ware, value up to 50c, at 25c; also a special line at $oc. 25 Havil'and Dinner Sets to pick !: from?just as many Warwick DinI; ncr Sets. $12.00 Warwick Dinner B Sets at $9.95. K & CO. "OPEN HOUSE" Yeiterday attbe Ohio County Infirmary Attracted the AT 1'ENDANCl: OF TWO HUNDRED CmZENSJLND THEOENERALVERDICT WAS THAT THE INSTITUTION' IB BEING WELL CONDUCTED?A DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS AND THE SYSTEMATIC. METHODS EMPLOYED BT SUPERINTENDENT McCOY. Yesterday tu a holiday for the Innate* oC the county Infirmary at Elm Orore, ms inlt a* open boose and vUlton' day for the dtten* of Ohio cutmty. The hoard of county commissioners fixed the boon from 10 a. m. to J p. ?. for visitors. At least MO people called ud j ? 41?? dartmw /Ta_ werv wuuukicu UUWU?H ?" * ? pertments by tbe courteous superintendent, CepUln W. A. McCoy, after which a light luncheon, In the form of coffee and sandwiches. wa? served. The guest* upon Inspection, found the tnstltutloo in the best condition and the Inmates happy end contented. Many people, who hare never visited the infirmary, Imagine ic to be a prison and the occupants poorly clad and wanting, bat such la not the case at the Ohio connty infirmary. Every inmate i? well cared for, properly and warmly clothed and not wanting for anything. The In...114. -11 nroll nmroA 1nv in th? hOft> pita), u well aa the unfortunate blind men. Captain McCoy, mM(1 by clerk of the board of county commlaalonera, T. C. Moffat, conducted an Intelligencer reporter over the ground* and through the various build lags. Front the reception room the dining room vu entered,where the 10# Inmates, seventy-six white males, two colored males, twenty-three white females and Ave colored female? were all enjoying their supper hugely, The dining room Is large and well adapted for receiving a large number of Inmates. The rations are of a quality not enjoyed In many a household. Coffee la served with breakfast, while sweet milk Is had mt dinner, end tea at sapper. The kitchen is presided over by two competent cooks., A large old fashioned oven is used four times per week for baking bread, 2S0 loaves being coosum ed weekly. On the lower basement floors, which were recently cemented, ore the various store roon? and the laundry. The store rooms when filled contain: Two barrels of chow-chow, twenty gallons catsup, 6,000 heads of cabbage, 1,000 cans of tomatoes, three barrels of saner kraut two barrels pumpkin pulp, two barrels of apple butter, two barrels of tomato butter and 600 bushels of pota toes. The entire store rooms were filled as a result of the past year's labor of the inmates on the 134 acres of farm land of which forty acres are tilled ttt present The committee on poor house and farm may "be compelled before the epxplratkm of winter to purchase more potatoes, as the potato crop this season was a failuse. The articles used and served to the inmates are of first class quality and articles not answering requirements tire rejected by the superintendent The Bleeping" apartments of the Inmates are all well attended to and clean. Chairs are placed along the hall for gen crai u?v. Invalids are cared for by trained nurses In the hospital, and a medium temperature to kept throughout the building on the coldest winter day, all the latest Improvement* In heating having been secured. The three floors are supplied with toilet and bath room*, and each floor has a nurse. The men and women are all required, It they are physically fcble, to perform some duty, and there are diversified trades represented by the men. The women are required to assist In scrubbing and kitchen work, which they do in a diligent and willing way. Two hundred Plymouth Rock chickens, eleven cows and a number of hogs compose the farm yard, which If attended by one regularly employed assistant The entire home and grounds are ill the best condition, reflecting credit upon Superintendent McCiiy and the board of county commissioners. Yesterday's "open house" will Induce the board to select one day each year for receiving citizens who desire to Inspect the grounds and buildings. Many a sad story could be related in connection with occupants of the Infirmary, who have wealthy relatives who could care for them. Tho board of county commissioners went out on the 2 o'clock moter yesterday afternoon anil Inspected the national road from Selbert'a to Elm Grove. The pavlngdone byContTactorL.G.Hallock was pronounced up to requirements. Upon arrival at Elm Grove the board Inspected the Infirmary and grounds. ABOUT PEOPLE ? <l.a rilv a ml WIlMtlllk* P?A< nimiigrii pU Abinntf. Dr. J. O. Walden. wife una child have returned after visiting his parents at OIpro, N. Y. George C. Shaw, mipcrlrotendent of the Austin Coke Work*, wa* In the city yesterday. Perry Fisher, ot the Second West Virginia, Is home from Camp llcade, vl?ttlng relatives In the Eighth ward. After an eight weeka visit to Atlantic City and New York, Mrs. Anna C. Wilson, of Twelfth street, returned home Wednesday morning. TWENTY-FIRST AWWIVBRIABY Klrk'a ArtMor*, 1005 Main fttraet. October 15 to 12. we will celebrate this annlveraary by extending to you a cordial Invitation lo our apeclal cash dlacount aale of 20 per cent off the flneat line of Framed Pictures, Water Colora, Water Color Hea^la. Medallion*, ftatun.-ai a\ 11 I Vrf (litiiiU Itmivhl naii?i<l illv for wedding nml holiday prewpnt*, anil l* the mo*t complete linn of goodfl rver brought to this rllir. KIRK'S ART 8TORE. 1005 Main Street Store will be open In the evening*. DONATION DAY at ReiCUO Home. ' 8PCTB AWPOVBBI Perhaps Ton Are Preji Against Ready-to-wear You very likely bought fit or otherwise unsatisfa demn all ready made gar sions are all wrong. You and an inspection of our pr Tin T\a4a DnUn nnd I up-iu*i/ttic omis auu i Will convince you that in t FIT and GENERAL EXCEI of the very best custom tail< are very little more than h< Overcoats $5, $7.60, $10, $12, $15 to $25, In a great variety of proper fabrics, Kersey. M Elysian, Covert cloth and M Single and Double Bre ways at 35. *7.50, $10. 812. $ I r?rs combinations and des Casslmeres and Worsteds, and all sizes. If you want i see our All Wool Covert Ov them with the 810 grades ? back if you want it. theThi HUB CORNER, rOUBTEENT BOCK1NO OHIAIRS- j SPECIAL SALE * of solid oak, cane seat Ml toll! i Built good and strong, with braced back and well fifr railed, for Only.. J7JSr Each m *** We only have'20 dozen and the? win not last long, so get your orders in early. Mail and telephone orders given prompt attention.^ > FREW'S p Furniture and K= r 1 a Hir uuyei JIUIC, ia 1208 Main Street. J\j^k Telephone 229. ^ J. H. LOOKB 81 Gentlemen, . If the Shoe Fits, Put it on; If the pri?e Dlea pay the price, S8.00, ai isfaction that you tjave t Kid Shoe, extra heavy ex lined throughout, fhat ar buy for the price. ;,v Lo WANTJtl) AW INJUHLTlUfl. Oat the Conrt hud Adjourned and U Couldn't be Mccitrnl. Yeaterday a Martin's Ferry attorney went to St. Clalravllle for the purpose of aecurtng If possible, an injunction restraining the Wheeling Railway Company from putting down its track on the extension of the road, at the corner of Hanover and Fourth atreets. In Martin's Ferry. The effort proved unaucceaaful, however, on account of the adjournment of court at St. Clalravllle. Now the track ia down and the kickers will have to go utter something other than Injunctions. TALKED WITH XAN8A9 CITY. Thi Long l>l?tniice Telephone line Corn* plfltni to tlinl I'oliit. The long: distance telephone line ha* been extended to Kansas City, Mo., and j the line was In ubo yesterday for the first time. Several Wheeling gentlemen talked with Kansas City yesterday over the telephone, including Dr. Charles M. Frlssell, who conversed with Secretary Clendennlng, of the Kansas I City Commercial Club, for several minutes. The Kansas City people are delighted that they are now able to communlcatc by telephone with the principal towns and cities of the country to I me eastward. POUR New Style Cabinets. 80 cents; eight Fine Photographs, 2f? cents. PLUMMRIVS GALLERY. DONATION DAY lit Roscuc Home. Yon can go to IMltabure*nlnrtli*,r furlt ?.t from Wheeling via Pennsylvania lines. Kxposltlon open; nttnrtMlve display, etc. Music by Victor Herbert band. Return tickets flood Saturday, Octobcr 15, only. 30A.S8?TBB BOB. 3 ldicei : Clothing. some once which did not ictory-and therefore conments. If so?your imtireshaven't tried OUR KINDesent stock of )?ercoats joint of STYLE-OUALTTY-. ^LENCE they are the PEER jr produot^-and our PRICE ilf of theirs. styles and colors and all [elton. Beaver, Chinchilla, [ontagnae. lasted Sack Suits and Cuta45 up to #22. In various coligns-in Tweeds, Cheviots, a big variety in each grade i Fall Overcoat don't fail to ercoats at $6.98. Compare shown elsewhere. Money ? Q Clothiers, Hatters J I J j and Furnishers, H AND MABKET STREtiS. LLBXANPBR FREW. IhhhhI r y ' gOB COMPANY. __ iseSjYpu put on Its mate; n&Mtelk out with the satbest Box Calf or Viol tension sole and leather lyman in Wheeling can eke Shoe Company. A aSPARATB 8YM0D For West Virginia Likely tobr ComIm*" ecl at I'cnittylrnni* Synod. The question of a separate synod tor West Virginia li* likely to come up the approaching: meeting of the Pennsylvania synod of five Presbyterian church. The sy nod includes the states of est Virginia and Pennsylvania, ami the ntf* j tatlon springing up in the lower part of i this state for a West Virginia synod > expected to result in the discussion o the matter next week, at Parkersbuig. J where the synod convcnea The synod opens October 20, * i cont'lmie in session one weeK. m- r i Wheeling delegates are Rev. D. A. Cun* ningham, Rev. Joseph Speers and Rev. [ R. R. Bigger. | m DONATION DAT at Rescue Home. * DYSPEPSIA?bane of human rxlftI ence. Burdock Blood Bitter* cures '*? I promptly, permanently. Regulates ana J tones the stomach. iwe will Tell vol) If your headaches comes from weak eyes; nlsio If gluMHi'a will relievo them. Do >'JU have headache*? Do your eyrs water, umart or burn? l>oe* the print run toget her when reading? Do thing* appear double or hj1x<h! up? Have a d< ' ire to ru? tho PVM; TWltCMIURT J VM of your cyei, commit u*. >V<* ,.N3nJnt popular price*. M?ke?iam fln 0,.r I tint Ion fret- of ohanro an.l [ . ?,ent or *klU and not on tho patienta Juokto.^ answer* Consultation and cxamua. free. j. PROF. SHEFF, ?!??'* Car. Miln <nd ttev?ntli SI*. ???" ? * ,fc