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IThe mere mention of this
floor of this Big Store,
experience what these Frii
them. Below will be fc
' specials for this week's sal
L 209 dosen ladles' Fancy Coloreu 11,
p. Border Handkerchlets, at each....
s? down Ladles' Plain White I?ce
S-*. Trimmed Handkerchiefs, alio
? Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, Prl- c,
it.1 day each.....
F . W own mcjj m rmncy u?orn ?or* a,
' der Handkerchiefs, at each 3C
200 down Gents* Pura Linen Hand- c.
kerchiefs, at each.. 3v
Lot of Sllrttly Soiled size 11x21
Fringed-Cotton Crepe Towels, at ^
Lot else 24x5? linen Damask Towels,
Colored Border*. Knotted 01a
Fringe, at each
j One case KM Seamless Unbleached Qa
.Sheeting, at yard i 7C
| S pieces OWncb Silver Bleached
IsY: linen Table Damask. Friday
ywrti .. '. 3ZC
I" 100 dozen Large Sire. Extra Heavy
* SSf Cro^et Bed Spreads, at
300 pairs 11-4 All Wool White Blan- Ci *
iv." - , keta, value $8.00, at per pair V*
All Boat Makes of Prints, including
Simpson's Black and White and OjGrey
and White Prints, at yard....
X 100 pieces Flannelette Wrapper Q.
Goods, the l?%c kind, at yard....
35 ptaesBJackBrocaded Silks, 21 39.
Sticaei W1UC, at -s?
Let of about eight pieces SJJghtly
"Mussed Jap. Silks, 33 inches wide, 1C|_i';
all colore, at yard...;...
; Lot ot about 10 pieces Double Width
Cheviot Mixed Dress Goods, that 7?
P sold at 15c, at yard /*
About IS pieces Colored Henriettas, ?
Browns and Castor colors only, 9C|
regular 60c goods, at yard
10_pleces All Wool Novelty Black
Drevs Goods, 38 inches wide, at 2$q
Friday we will sell our. regular 76c
BTftne Plain Black, Bright Lustre
e Sicilian, full 60 inches wide, at ?Qg
Ladles' Fane* Striped Pine Black
Satiue Corsets, all sisee. bought CQ?
r- to sell at Wc. at per pair 3'C
' Children'* Fancy Plaid Dresses,
Lined Throughout. Ruffle ahd oor
Braid Trimmed, all sixes, at each.,
| iS
Stone &
fjh.CE, ETC.?GB<
5 CENTS ^ this price w
thousand yards
YARD. ric5 nCTff
wide, suitable f<
Actaal ralie Ik te 18c yart Ti
? A mi ?. CL?.l
QO tENIS * wrnte omn
< < vious offers. 5
UU EACH. any other store
prisingly good
forced; patent shield button h<
sizes 14 to 18. Come at ones f
I^Undershirts, Outers
' sort for Men and Boys.
$1.00 EACH.
Jfc AB.BTeBt!
*5v\ Models |iFlexibone
* A? ?teit of the*
jBjKayfi| ? Incomparable life
nHHffiE modeled coraetathi
JlBffla manufacturer i
j^BuCjKWco+ahave placet
uBnirn ~:,u "81 '>mit
tm fywn ed Dumber o
fiwf I I n epecial tria
/ 7 * ? I ' and advertiain)
modela. with all the dominant feature
preeerred, which will afford our fai
patrone th? rare opportunity of teetin|
the form-rotaining. form-creating, am
wonderful wearing qualitlea of thia excel
lent conet at
fegalar lines of these Corsets sell
at flit SIM and S3.M pair.
Tie Crowds STZ.%
is the Ready-Made Boom. No ucom
bms thiog to receire as high as tec
big express packages of Jackets aat
Cm We aia?lv
twit* mtv
Silks and Dress XT*h
lar lines ,*e have erer shown. Greal
selling here to prore that thejr an
really such.
* ;
> , . N
J-8TOWB* THOMAflThomas.
iday Sale.
is sufficient to crowd ever]
Shoppers have learned bj
day Sales have in store fo:
>und .a partial list of th<
, Lot of Odds and End* Flat Box
. Writing Papon, at per box ^
1000 Roll! Dennlioa'a Crop* Paper, 0.
aU colon, 10-foot rolla, at each.... 01
: Fu[l _aim?_Grfy Pur Ran. tb? yg
*I>W AIUU, Itt
Lot of about Are dozen Wool Srayr- io
na Mat*, at each
2,000 Felt Window Shades, Mounted q.
on Spring Roller?, at each '<
10 dossn Spachtel Stand Cover?, 22
inches square, the 50c kind, at OQ.
each J7'
60 doxen Stamped D'Oylies, 12 Inches gr
I square, at each .
About SCO JS-fnch square Well Filled
Sofa CuRhlons, Fancy Covered, opwith
Double Ruffle, at each w}.
Two cases Children's Extra Quality
Fast Black Fleece Lined Hose, at tfV
per pair .
j Ladies' Superior Quality Silk
I Fleeced Hone, Fast Black. Spliced f Jl.
I Heels and Toes, at per pair >&1S
(Ladies' and Children's All Wool
1 Cashmere Hose, Narrow or Wide fpRibbed,
at per pair
100 dosen Men's Heavy . Natural f
| Wool Half Hose, at per pair
i Five cases Ladles' Ribbed Natural
Wool Underwear, the {1.00 kind, at CO,
per garment
Five cases Men's Extra Heavy Dark
Grey Shirts and Drawers, at per *)tZ.
garment [
Ladles' Good Quality Flannelette
Wrappers, Wide Skirts. Braid CQ.
Trimmed. Friday
Ladles' All "Wool Cloth Waists, AH
Colors, Braid Trimmed. Yoke C|
Backs, a HOO waist, at each .
Ladles' Fancy 8trlped Percollne
Underskirts. Umbrella Style, AQ.
'Corded Ruffle, at each *7<
Ladles' 18-lnch Plush Capes, 8atin
Lined. Large Collars, Edged with C? ft
Fur, at each
' Ladles' Fine All Wool Kersey Cloth
Coats, Faced and Half Lined,
Velvet Collars, actually worth Cii
#.00, Friday *'J
Infants' Long White Cashmero
Coats. Umbroldored Capes, Heav- nc,
lly Lined, Friday each
J. M. SNOOK <35 UO.
t place on sale to-day over twt
of Machine Torchon Laces, ir
ns, two inches to four inches
sr underwear, pillow cases, etc
i look means to bay. Don't wait.
offer which eclipses any preiftr
would the rifht orice ir
. Muslin in these shirts is sur;
fronts and backs are rein)Ies
to protect your collar bone;
or these.
hirts and Night Shirts of every
i Two cases ladies' fleeced
' jersey rib vests at I2%c each
j One case children's fleeced
j nat. grey jersey rib combina
tion suits, all sues, at 25c each.
. Sell at sight.
i One case ladies' extra heavy
j maco jersey flerced underwear
' at 50c. Equestrienne tights tc
' match if preferred. Better ones
never sold for 75c.
* Two cases nat. grey fleeced
i jersey underwear for children
Size 18, 8c. Size 20, JOc, etc
Two cases men's tan flat
, weave and heavily fleeced un
, derwear at 50c each. Boys'
i sizes 35c.
I Black equestrienne tights
; for women and children 69c
; up.
J^Thest are case pric<
> possibilities only, which smal1
dealers cannot touch.
The <? &
> Best Shoe
row, ?
to* w
?" "lie Wheeling
P" $3.51. Shoe."
Not because we say #?, MAKE US
but because we are able PROVE
to prove It. IT.
21 styles?any kind of
feather yon waol
; Sfco* Sdlar?1049 H?ln.
October *
There is that of beauty about the opal
which endears It to thousands who cannot
claim It as a blrthstone, and probably
the gem was never In greater favor than
We have ? grand line of Opal and Diamond
Jewelry. Richest styles ever shown.
Ring* $2.50 and upwards.
: Dillon, Wheat & flancher Co.
: JHwJntelKgenrer
Office: fioi, Z5 and 27 Fourteenth Street*
, New AdvertlKmcnla.
The Early Um of Violet Cream?R. H.
The Best Shoe-Alexandejv-Eighth Page.
; Hallow E'en-.Albert Stolze & Co.
For 8ale?About 15 Second Hand Stoves.
Wanted to Rent?By a Small Family.
10c for Coal Miners' Patent Caps?Mcv
Fadd#n's~SeconU Page.
A Popuar Shoe?Nay Brothers?Eighth
I Another Great Friday Sale?Stone &
7 Thomas?Eighth Page.
Found?A Gentleman's Dressing Case.
Goetxe's Reliablo Cough Cure?Goetxe's
Drug Store.
New Dill Pickles and Sauer Kraut?H.
F. Behrens Co.
3 $20,000 to Loan on Improved City Real
Estate?Howard Haxlett.
Receivers' Sale of the Wheeling Drug
For 8ale-Slmpson & Tatum.
8 For This Week?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
Silk Hats-E. 8. Dinger Co.
* We hm fitted mora than twenty thon and
pairs of Spectacles, rIvIuk a* a record
and experience unequalled by any
other optlelan In Welt Virginia. Satlsfaclion
JACOB IF. GllUBB, Optician.
Mo* 130G Market Street.
C. Hess & Sons' Fall Opening.
Regardless of advance in woolens, we
, are prepared to make to order Hull*!
Overcoats and Trooaere at last rear'* re*
(faced and popular prices, alia 80.00
up. Overcoat* 18.00 up. Pauta 13.00
up. The artistic cut and stylish appear*
mice of our garments recommend them*
selves. Inviting Inspeetlou.
C. BEI8 * SOW*.
Fashionable Tailors and Fine Furnisher*!
3321 and 1393 Market Street.
City Tax Notice*
But a few days more remain in
I wMcfe to pay ctty taxes and save the
> | discount. Interest at the rate of 10 per
> ! cent per annum witt be added after
November 10. The dty collector's office
will be open continuously from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 8 o'clock p. m. during this week.
City Collector.
Matters of Minor Moment In auit Ahsnt
I the Ci|r.
Grand ?h!s evening?The Little Irene
Meyers Company.
Opera House to-night?Cre?tora Clarke
in "The Marble Heart."
Mrs. Harry "Work, of SIstersviHe. Is
visiting: her mother, Mrs. George Bordeaux,
on the South Side.
' Dikins meeting to-night at Pythian
Castle, corner of Twenty-seventh and
Cbapflne strets. South Side.
Yesterday was a city pay day, over
15,000 being paid out by City Clerk
Watkins on board of public works and
council bills.
Yesterday afternoon. Officer Walker
arrested William McHoi .'and and
Charles WiHiams, who were trying to
sell a pair of shoes.
The board of public works will begin
to-day Improving- Pike street-, between
.MATKet street ana me zsauomu roaa.
The gutters "WiH be cobbled and the center
of the street] macadamized.
Rev. R. L. Kemp, A. M.. M. I).. of
Cuba, Ls In the city. He Is General Maxso's
flr?: cousin. He will lecture this
[ evening at the Ebenezer Baptist church.
The subject Is "The Cuban War." Dr.
, Kemp is a great pulpit orator.
, Yesterday was another busy day at
I the city collector's and sheriff's office*.
The ttue discount period |g drawing 10
Its ctose. and the discount is being
largely taken advantage of. Taxpayers
should pay to-day and to-morrow, and
avoid the rush orv the last discount duy,
Senator Kiklns has at his disposal
copies of the Farmery Bulletins, Issued
by the agricultural department a:
Washington. These pamphlets treat of
I various subject*, all of value to farmers
awl tho#e irrrerc?te<l In aierlcuJiure. and
ihe senator will be glad to distribute
them upon requewt, up to ihe limit of hln
quoin. Requests should be sent to him
at Washington.
' . lit Truth A nnlv?r?iir>'.
The Central Garden Club will celebrate
its tenth anniversary this evrnIng
with an elaborate programme of
' exercises. The celebration will occur at
; the club house, at th** head of Twenty
sejrunu Hd'CCi, ana preparauunN ?rc oc.
Inff made for a royal time. The Wheel.
inar CUr band will furnish brans muHlc.
and many musician* of note t\'lll take
part. Atnonfr them will be Prof. Charles
KHImyer. Mr. William Clematis. Dnvo
White and others. The festivities l>eKln
nt S o'clock. A display of W re work*
will bo mad?*. nnd the boo mini: of can
non i* another feature arranged.
In Citric llelMirtsnit'a Ofltr*.
Yesterday. In Clerk Robertson's office,
a marriage lletnfte was |*xue<t to Wll,
liam A. Dye. agf'd twenty-seven, of
I Htrlngtown. W. Va., and Alia Oorrell,
ag.-?l twenty-one, of Uamrsvillr, O.
Three deeds of trust Hftrs recorded.
DOLLAR FOater Patent Kid Gloves 59
cents at THE BON TON.
IXWT forcet the 8upper and Social
of thi? King's Daughtem at the Fourth
I Street M'. M. church this evening. Supper,
20 cents.
In Annual Convention Next Wee!
In Clarkabarg and a
N?rt Wednesday and Thursday, i
Clarksburff, will occur the flfth annu
convention of the Wist Virginia. Ban]
era' Association, and the indication* ai
that the meeting will be well attend)
and quite interesting. A very attra.
tire programme has been presented, ii
eluding a reception to tho visitors t
Colonel T. Moore Jackson oo Wedne
day night, and a banquet on the follot
tag evening it the Traders' hotel.
The programme of the business se
atom Is a* fulloiva:
Flrat Sesalon?10 o'clock a. m.
Convention called to order by the Prei
dont of the Aaaocfatlon. Joseph J
Bands, Caahler of tho Flrat Nation
Bank. Fairmont.
Prayer by the Reverend Thomas "V
Cooke. Rector of Christ EpJicop
Roll Call by the Secretary.
Address of "Welcome, by Hon. li. '
Holme?, Mayor of Clarksburr.
Address of Welcome, by W. H. Freema
Cashier of tho West Virginia Bank. <
Address of Welcome to Harrison Count
by K. G. Smith.
Reply to Addresse* of Welcome, by B I
Oilkeson. Cashier Seoond Nation
Bank, Parkeraburjr.
Annual Address of the President of U
Annual Report of the Secretary an
"0 tn 4Ksa Pnnt'sntlnn I
American Banker*' Association.
Report of Committer* appointed at to
meeting of Association.
Appointment of Committees.
Second Session?2:30 p. m.
Reading of Communications.
Report of Committees on Subjects to I
Paper?Judge W. S. Haymond. Preside!
of the People's Bank, of Fairmont, V
Paper?R. C. Dalxell, Cashier of the Cil
Bank of Wheeling.
Paper?lion. Warren Miller, Bank of Rlj
ley, W. Va.
Other Papers, by Bankers, the names an
subjects to be announced.
Address?"What is a Bank." William (
Cornwall, Cashier of the City Bonk <
Third Session?10 o'clock a. m.
Prayer by the Reverend B. E. William
Pastor of the First Baptist Churc!
Discussion of Subjects Selected by Con
Call of Counties?Brief statements froi
bankers in regard to the general coi
dltlon of business throughout the vj
rious counties represented.
Fourth Session?3:30 p. m.
Continuation of Subjects to be Dlscusse*
Address?Eugene H. Pullen, President <
the National Bank of the Republli
New York.
The President will call for reports of Con
mittees which have not heretofore r<
ported?Resolutions, Next Conventioi
Introduction of President-elect
Presentation of Gavel to the Retlrln
Among the subjects that will be dla
cussed are the following:
Shall the uniform law of negotiable In
I ??? Hv Ml
OM IUIICiilil) |W> < CWtUMIUMHaw .. ?
American Bankers' Aaeoclatlon, and a]
ready enacted in several state?, becom
the law of West Virginia?
What shall te done to abolish th
stamp tax?
What can the aawclatlon do lowar
abolishing days of grace, and securln
uniform observance of holidays?
What can be done to remedy the In
equality and existing evils of taxatioi
and how can uniformity be obtained?
For what purpose and to what exteii
should banks borrow money?
Following the the present officers:
President, J. E. Sands, cashier Firf
National Bank, Fairmont.
First vice president, I* Mallone<
cashier First National Bank, Grafton.
Second vice president. W. H. Free
man, cashier West Virginia Bant
Third vice president, H. H. ITosi
cashier First National Bank, Parkers
Fourth vice president, J. K. Onej
cashier First National Bank, Hunting
Secretary and treasurer, W. H. Fur
bee, ccshier First National Bank, Man
Executive committee,Joseph B* Sand.*
Fairmont: W. H, Freeman, Clarksburg
J. K. Oner. Huntington; L. Mallon*
Grafton; H. H. Moss, Parkeraburg; V
H. Furbee, MannfngJon.
Clisriea HnicroWi'i
Yesterday nfternoon at 5:30 o'clock, a
the City hospital, occurred the death c
Charles Huacroft, a member of the flor
1st Arm of Huscroft Brothers. Twi
weeks ago Mr. Huscroft underwent ai
operation for appendicitis, atid from th
effects of tho operatloo he had rallied
and his recover)* was expected, but h
was attacked by a stomach ailment an
sank rapidly, death coming yesterday
Mr. Huscroft came to Wheeling fron
Steubenviiie two years ago. and ha<
made many warm friends. The burla
will be at Steubenviiie.
DOLLAR Foster Patent Kid Gloves 5
centa at THE BON TON.
It was hot while it lasted
Was the war with BpoJn;
But Hotter the Gas Stoves
We are selling again.
The prices and goods invJte your Inspection,
To kc^p people warm I? our only ambl
Then w hy wUl your perish
When Stoves are so cheap f
Why not go to Caldwell's
A?.. ?t .? Hont
Then no more flffhUnff
The Spaniard* of old*.
For our duty thlf? winter
WW be light In* the cold.
Coll at B. F. Caldwell & Co.'s Store
and see how to do It.
DOLLAR Foster Patent Kid Glove/* u
cent* at THK HON TON.
j f your headache* come* from weak ?yt)
also U Klaaaea will relle\?- I>o yo
iiivf headachaa? Do your eyea watei
smart or burn? Do** the print run tc
cether wh'n reading? )o tl.tn?? nppea
double or mixed up? Have a Uealrc to ru
(he eyra? Tprltchlm;? For any trouhl
ot your eye*, consult ti*. \\ e ninke Rlaanr
nt popular prlc?a. Mak?? u careful einir
tnatloii fre* of rliargf and rely on on
akll! and not on the natlent'a Judgment o
answer*. Consultation und examlnatlo
PROF. SHEFF, skciaiisi
i# Cor. Mala tad (lovoaUi St a., mnHiIi w. Va,
p a pita amp ovbct
; We Are
e Well Aware
* hat there are thousands of
e Single and Double Breasted
2 Suits offered at $10 in this
j. city and elsewhere, but no
D suits as good as these are
offered in any other store for
less than $12 to $15- It was
?- an exceptional opportunity
Z that placed these suits at our
I command, ineir-gooaness
>r see them it will not take mu
of our salesmen to 'make yo
are plain blue and black mi:
checks, rough faced cheviots
meres, fashionably tailored a
? Ordinaiyand extraordinary
jr. equal facility, and the purch;
are. dissatisfied.
Fourteenth and M
" Tlw Seme Price to Everybody and Marie
CL.OA.fcLS, JS1U?\sau.
" Geo. R. Taylo
'' Our lino of Cloaks Is cMrtplete and
workmanship. The fit ot every garment
> a cloak to go out until it has .been fitted
i- Ot every kind and description, all
tailor's art low been employed bete, and
able materials tor Tailor-made Garments
if Sllk-llned Dresses froral jji.60 to 175.1
'* Small Furs are a necessary adjunct
g you win find only tbe newest and latest
price from 17.50 to JS6.00, and comprise tlx
" si an Sable, Mink, Blue Fox, Russian Mai
? One Wee
e Tbe display and demonstration of t
a children wt9 be oonrtnued this week. Mad
? of these garments and the customers are
. wiB pay you to cafl asd see her, even It ;
' garments,
t __________
Geo. R. Taylc
I Reliable
Furniture. .
t i
* A (..i.,.. iL.
xMiiuc ui uic
our autumn sho\
f J- never lose sight ?
? J- insist upon the b
c jt right. We wish
i J- advantage for pri
n- the excellent asso
j6 and you'll agree
s jf- inducement here
Special Bargains in Fine ai
Medium Priced Bed RoomSni
' Furniture, Carpets, Etc.
5 J. H. LOCKtt 8HC
! If the Shoe Fits,
Put It on; if the price Dleas
I pay the price, 88.00, anc
istaction that you have th
5 Kid Shoe, extra heavy exte
' lined throuahout, that any
I buy for the price.
is so apparent that if you
ich argument on the part
u a purchaser. The cloths
xtures, small plaids and
and smooth faced cassi.nd
very serviceably lined,
shaped men fitted with
ise money refunded if you
larket Streets.
i la Plain Figures oa Every Gar meat,
r Company.
cannot be equaHed in styto, quality ?>
sold la guaranteed and we do not alow
to the customer by an expert Otter.
o? the newest and latest Ideas of tbi
orjy the newwt, most stylish and lutti
b?a been used.
X>; jNew Strles received daily,
to a lady*! toilette thds seamn, uri
model* In our line. They ranee In
> beet qualities of Electric Seal, Per tln,
Alaska Seal Stone Sfartln and
k More. '
iie Arnold Knit Ooods for women and
a me conklin has sold quite a number
dediebted wltt? ttirlr purchases. It
rou are not la present need of these
>r Company.
many handsome styles m
ving is their reliability. We
>f that important point. We
est, but the price must be
our patrons to have every
ce and quality. Add to this
rtment, the superior designs,
with us that there's every
to careful furniture buyers.
i .. n a
No. 1208 Main Street.
es you put on its mate;
1 walk out with the sat- I
e best Box Calf or vici
nsion sole and leather
man in Wheeling can
' V
ke Shoe Company.

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