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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, November 01, 1898, Image 8

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? Stone &
L Ladies' Hie1
BE &P Here in a grand i
P ftWSwv 90(1 new
1 c'IiPtT p\ toe eastern marlce
R fliffl I /RW best of Ladii
Ifftff TtSI1/ exPress now Dnnt
moth assortment
? J fl\ many, special line:
?J 1 \ Made offlfwc
(7 |<r Front, Jackets Li
' { Jr '* Collars. See thea
quality to offer bi
Ladies' fine Tailor
(Made of All Wool Covert and
and most desirable shades of
Black. Jackets Silk Lined, 1
5' trimmed. We've never had &
less than $2000. Rather a str
?the goods will prove it
Finer grades Ladies' Suite- c
Finest Silk Linings throughou
at {trices ranging on up to $45
LADIES' m
P Only room here to mention two p
them is good. The ordinary store w
I ' them specials at a great deal more,
; dinary store. We are constantly
I things and Have low prices liKe inese
mistake for you to buy without firs
offer.
Ladies' Tail Covert Cloth Jackets,!
Wool Kersey Cloth Jackets, Face
sizes, to-day each
Ladies' Fine Imported Kersey Clo
Lined throughout with Fine Satin
^ in Reds, Tans, Browns, Blues, al:
^ to-day each.
? We invite comparison of the ab
& large quantities'and strictly for cash
gl' the same prices.
' ca in
Here's another t
QBSF- what kind of a ga
I I' ricty and at the lo
Ladies' lo-inch
Ladies' Electri
'flWtg/' Trimmed with M
ifflT Linings, quality 1
p . '-llHr the city less than
h / Finer grades Collarettes at $9.
Sfr in all the desirable kinds, that spac
1 Stone &
- f 1 ' . 8=
?, anjca sm dmss good
I Snook
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1.
11 1 1 11 I m m
JB or
it, expectin
tion. "We
L very carefi
opposed t
MER thoroughly
Uie suurcr,
1 known me
Know
cannot hel
you
only beca
!; the unexce
resources erf Geo. M. Snook 4
Our 1898-9 fall and wint
centage of "live selling" styles
here for every requirement of
people. SPECIAL goods for
party, wedding, street, travelii
"Automobile,"
the latest Parisian oolor-craze,
is here, so are all the other
leading popular colors.
"Venetian,"
the newest and swellest of hair
thread twill cloths, is also here,
I and with it all the other leading;*
weaves, both plain and
it fancy.
OUK i ALfc, would oni<
mention our wonderfully coi
and LININGS. J^*Specia
ij The Ready-Made Section,
The Small Goods Section,
The Chinaware Section,
I The Domestic Section,
The Men's Famishing Section,
The House furnishing Section,
E:
t GEO. M. S!
?6TOMB & TgOltAB.
Thomas.
Tailored Suits, Wraps, Etc.,
issortment of new styles, new fabrics,
Our buyers hare just returned from
ts, where they secured the very latest
?' Ready to War Garments. Every
js i)ew additions to this already mamBelow
we mention a few only of the |
i we have to show you to-day; I
tailored Suits at $9.95.
ol Cheviots and Broadcloths, Box
ned with Silk, with or without Velvet
ic to-day. We have never had same
store less than $15.00.
ed Suits at $14.85.
Venetian Cloths, in all the latest 1
Blue, Tan, Brown, Green, also
IHounced Skirts, Strap or Braid
Etch ait assortment to offer before
ong assertion, but come and sec
if the Best Imported Materials,
it, Latest Cut Skirts and Sleeves,
.00 each.
KPS. ,
rices. Either one of J
ould be proud to call
but this is not an or- i
doing extraordinary
to offer. It will be a / |
t seeing the lines weC^fjNOy
satin Lined; also All C-j)J5^V
J Ufllf T tnnrt fill *1) ' (
u oiiu iiuu i-iuivvi) uii / v" > a
$4.98 \
th Jackets, Box or Fly Fronts, <
i, with or without Velvet Collars, <
so black, Strap Seams, all sizse, *
$9..95 J
ove lines. Only stores buying in <
are able to offer such qualities at <
DEPARTMENT.
>usy corner these days. No matter (
rment you want, what quality or what (
you'll find it here in the greatest va- <
west possible price. <
i Electric Seal Collarettes, Astrachan '
lings. $4.50 is the price in most stores. '
$2.98 ;
ic Seal Collarettes, 22-inch Tabs, <
artcn Tails, Astrachan Yokes, Fancy <
hat you will find it hard to match in <
$9.00. To-day each $5.90 '
95, $12.85, $14-5? on tip to $ioo, ,
e prevents enumerating.
Thomas.
MM?????? . (
(
B-GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. ]
:& Co.
You a Silk or ,
!C tfZnrhrlc: Want
UUUU3 T T Ulll;
MG as to color, weave, design, i
price? Come to this store with
gthe fullest measure of satisfacare
hard to please ourselves?
ill in our selections?decidedly
o paying "long" prices. We '
search the markets?ferret out
s of supply?buy only goods of 1
:rit and approved style. 1
r how to buy right; therefore
p selling right. ,
i buy away from Wheeling, it's ;
use you DO NOT KNOW of 1
riled and constantly improving
fc Co. .?? .?* ?.< i
er line contains a larger per:
than any previous one. Goods
babe, child, miss or grown-up
waists?for separate skirts?for
ig or home dresses.
At !9c Yard
we are anuwuig a <-viI
lection of Dress Goods, worth 1
I up to 50c yard.
At 39c Yard ;
also another special line, worth
i up to 65c yard. But all the ,
i special values are not confined <
II to these two lines?you'll find ,
;i them at every Silfc and Dress
/ Goods counter in our Main ]
II street room. 1
f be half told if we failed to ,
mplete lines of TRIMMINGS
I concessions to Dress Makers.
I
; I
I '
Each and all arc alive with
the worlds choicest product. ,
i
. 1 i
i
WOK & CO.
i
BHOSS-AmXAyPBE. 1
The <? <?
Best Shoe
?
EVE* fgs. I
SHOWN (O?
fOM W
? "The Wheeling 1
%"*_ &50. Shoe^
tot because we say so, MAKE US
but because we are able ' PkOVE
to prove it IT' >
II lU*t of
leather you want....-ALEXANDER,,
Shoe Seller?1049 Main. i
OPAL MONTH. l
October ;
OPAL ?
' MONTH ;
AND OPALS ARBlN FAVOR. ]
There is that of beauty about the opal j
xrhloh endears It to thousands who can- .
lot olalixi It as a blrthatone. anil probably *
he gem was never In greater favor than
low.
We have a grand line of Opal and Dlanond
Jewelry. Richest styles ever shown.
il&ffs $2.50 ana upw&ras. ?
Dillon, Wheat & Handier Co.
BHOBS-NAY BROTHERS.
jcoopj
I Xs the word which describes our i *
| SCHOOL SHOES, i!
9 -A. school shoe to glvt> satisfaction 4
% must lx> strong and durable, well A
- ??-? ---? hnnAcl
IIUL lOKouiur aim uiau? Ut "V..VM .
> reliable material. OUR SHOES w 1
> ARB GUARANTEED. A <
:IF THEY RiP|'Xr|:
> We repair ail rips at our exponse. a I
I Nay Brothers, M.rtefs7tre,t. |
PICTURES-ART NOVELTIES. ^
Seasonable
Our store Is filled with
jbolce selections In Pictures and Art Novjltles,
and wo earnestly solicit an InspecJon.
For artistic gifts at moderate cost i
>ur stock Js a mJnc of wealth.
QUALITY HIGH-PRICES LOW
llirmrSARTSTORF. '
1231 Market Street
nol-mw&f
SKcSntclligcnrcr
Oflice: No*. Sft and 37 Fourteenth Street.
New Advertisements.
Opera House?Tho Prisoner of Zendo.
The Ascent of th'o Matterhorn.
Seasonable Glfta?NIcoH's Art Store?
SlKhth Face.
Notice?W. IT. B. Society.
A Fre#h Shipment?Albert Stolze & Co.
For Sale?a. O. Smith.
l.ost?Lady's Gold Watch.
Trustee's Sale?W. M. Dunlop.
Shorthand?Wheeling Shortliand School.
Wanted? Solicitor for Retail Store.
We'll Change Your Worry to Happiness
-House & Herrmann?Fifth Fap<\
Good?Nay Urother.-f?Eighth F/igo.
Ovorcoats-M. Gutman & Co.?Fifth
?age.
Mutual Savings Uank-Seeond Pap*.
They Strike You?McFadden't*?Second
to&'e.
20.000.
Wo Imvo fitted more than twenty thnn- a
land pair* of SprcUoIci, (glvliiu u? ii reeml
Ami fjprileneit uti?tjunllnd liy ntiy
ithcr optician lit Went Virginia* Xaliifac*
llou i
J A COII TV. nnviw, Optician,
Ho. 1.100 MurKet Stree*.
C. Hess & Sons' Fall Opening. ,
FINE TAJLORIN6-POPUUR PRICK. g
Ilvgnrdleft* ??r ndvnnce In woolnn*. we
iro pre I'nrril fo make (o ordrr hnH?,
t>Yrrcnntft and Troweere at luat year's reIncnl
mill populnr price*. ?Ull* S'-tO.Ofl
ip. Overcoat* S1M.00 up. 1'nnie ft.OO
up. The nrtmllr cnt and ?tyll?1t nppriiriiicii
afatir gnrtnnnl* recommend lunin*
iclTrt. Inviting luspeoilfin.
C. II KM & SOXS,
farlilonnbUTMIon and Finn (Turul*Iiem,
1331 and 13*43 Market Street.
In Clerk ItohrrUon'a Office.
Yesterday, In Clerk Robertson'* office,
:he following marriage licenses were Islued:
C. It. Knight, of Moundsville. and
Margaret Hay Forgey. of Wheeling.
William Duff, aged twenty-one years,
mil Amelia Templen, aged nineteen
fears, of Wheeling.
All Naliiii' limy,
All Saints' day will be observed at the
Catholic churches co-day. The day's observance
whs Introdured last evening
with a brief devotional service. This;
morning at the Cathedral there will be
muss 's at 0:30, 6:30, 8 and 10 o'clock.
Dfliciatlng In turn nt the different
masses will be Fathers McHrlde, Harris
and Atlmeyor.
Vnmtlnht I'lliiibliig To.Xlfcbl,
Mia# Annie S. Teck, the celebrated
mountain climber, will sive her unique J
lecture, "To The Summit of the ??Jat- :
terhorn," this cvcnlgn, at th? music ^
parlors of Mllllgan & WilUln. The lecture
will be illuptrotcil. and Intensely
interestlnK and instructive. Speaking of
Miss Peck's uppearancc in Providence,
the .Journal of that city, saya:
Throughout the lecture the vi<*?*
*ho\vn were very line and added Rrmtly
to the Interest. Miss Peck is Rifted
ivith a pleasant personalty, a line de- ,
lvery, and a inaanetlc manner, holding a
Ihe interest of the audkncp to (he ti
nst." .?
V
FRESH Moot at Welch's Grocery. ^
A ItA/TTHNO good boxinK content. "
IVunko and Sulrer turairtj* round# or I
more at Metropolitan A. C. to-nlirht. *
NO matter how Inn? you ha-v* had
t)j? cough; If It bunl't nimuJy dcvol- I
?P<*d Into consumption, Dr. Woodfft Nor- 1
ivay Pino Syrup ral euro you,
HUFF IS NOT DEAD.;
t Man who Is Suspected of Wife .
Murder here Identified at
/
JRIDEWELL PRISON. CHICAGO
rHE IDENTIFICATION" WAS
BRODOHT ABOUT THROUGH A
PHOTOGRAPH OF HUFF. 'WHICH
WAS SENT TO CHICAGO BY REV.
mrov-AW RAASE. OF THIS CITY.
A STORY WAS CURRENT RECENTLY
THAT H0FK HAI> 1
BENN EXECUTED IN GERMANY.
The sudden death of Mr*. Jacob J
\dolph Huff, who was formerly Mrs.
lacob Hob, (tf her home In upper Beryood,
In April of 1895, and the supposed
luiclde of Huff In the Ohio river, his
lothcs having been found on the Island
ihore, are remembered by Wheeling
people; also the suspicions that arpse
fcter that Huff rally did not commit
suicide and the probability thai he had
lad a hand In the death of his wife, all
will be recalled. Only a short time since
& story wflB in circulation In the southsrn
part of the city that Huff had been
ecu ted in Germany on an old charge.
Fhla latter story, however, must have
been a myth, a* will be aeen from the
Allowing Associated Press telegram re:eivd
by the Intelligencer last night:
A MAN OP ALIASES.
CHICAGO, Oct. 31.?A Bridewell prls>ner
of many aliases and whom two
it-omen claim as their husband, has
seen identified as the original of a picture
forwarded from Wheeling, W. "Va.,
is the likeness of Jacob Adofpb Hutt,
vho is suspected of complicity in causng
the death of Mrs. Jacob Hob, to /
whom he was married on April 15, 1895,
?nd whose dfflth occurred two months
ater. The prisoner is known lit the
Bridewell aa Martin Doty, with several
illases. The letter Incleoslns the picture
iraa received by the Chicago police 8atjrday,
and was signed by Rev. Her- s
nun Haase, of Wheeling.
Mr. Haaae said Jacob Adolph Huff
married Mrs. Hoh, a widow, April 15,. *
1895. Two months later the woman died
suddenly, and the day after her burial
Huff disappeared. His clothing and
svatch were found on the bank of the
3hlo river and it was thought grJef had
led him to commit suicide. The discovery
that he had drawn $900 from the
bank and pawned his wife's Jewelry
caused the Wheeling authorities to
change their minds and an examination i
>f the woman's body was made. It was '
liscovered, the clergyman's letter Indicated,
that she had not died a natural
leath. A week ago Rev. Haase. after
reading the arrest of a polygamlst In
Chicago, one of whose aliases was Hoh,
?ent the picture. To-day detectives recrwv
na nrlelnal of the Die
Lure.
Doty denied ever havin.? been In
Wheeling. He has been In the Bridewell
several weeks. Xearly a month
ago It was discovered that he was
wanted in Milwaukee for bigamy. An
investigation developed that at least
ten women claimed his as their husoand.
He was not suspected of murder S
until Rev. Haase's letter arrived. j
RED HOT CELEBRATION" ^
Dt Hallowe'en Kept the Police Force
Very Busy Last Evening.
The observance of Hallowe'en last
night was general, to say the'least, and
prosperity was evident judging by the .
ivay the kids played last and loose with j
?rn and rice. No wedding couple ever
.vas showered who more rice iu?ui ?as
tome law-abiding citizen's doorsteps, f
ind there was abundance of corn in
Egypt if the amount spread on the
pavements was any indication.
The small boy is a' come-to-the-front
Individual at all times, except it be
fvhen school bells ring, but he tvas on
land In all his glory last night. Chrlstnas
wasn't In it The ubiquitous kid
vas here, there and everywhere, and
;he police were kept busy. Door bells s
tvrere rung, doors were hammered at,
rates were lifted from their hinges?in .
?hort, the old-time Hallowe'en pranks
vere carried on Just the same as they
rere years ago.
Viewed from social X-rays the occa?ion
was more than of ordinary note.
Phe taffy-pullin's were especially coniplcuous,
and in all the wards the odor
>f the succulent concoction was borne
m the dying October night breezes. It
vas social festivity Inside the house,
ind small boy activity outside.
That deadly weapon, the bean-shoot?r,
rent havoc. And then came the tickack
and others. Hallowe'en of 1898 re.
reived ell the honors due the occasion,
md If nothing else it will go on record
is a howling success.
RIVER PIRATE CAPTURED
festerday Afternoon at His HomcNear
Martin's Ferry.
Marshal Lindcmuth, of Martin's Fer y,
accompanied by Ofllccrs West wood
ind Brown, started yesterday afternoon
n search of John Davis, and as a re
mil their man Is no?v reposing: in me
ilty bastlle. Davis is a member of the
2ear-McKnight gang- of river pirates,
vho were arrested near New Martlnsrtlle
several weeks ago, and until Frllay
night have been held at that place
'or trial, but some time during that
light made their escape from the Jail
)V sawing the the iron bars.
He was found at the home of his
rrandmother, who resides about one ind
a half miles up Glenn's Run, on *
;he Ohio aide, above Martin's Ferry. k
vhere he had gone for refuge, arriving
here Sunday night. He made no re- 1
istance after his apprehension and will 1'
)d turned over to West Virginia auhorttfes
to-day. All <he members of
he trio hall from Martin's Ferry, but
is yet I he whereabouts of the other
wo men Is not known. The officials
thouJd be congratulated on making
Iris Important arrest.
DR. BULL'S Cough Syrup Is used by
he best people In the land. It cur??s nt
>nce hoarseness and throat uflections.
Price 20c.
.FRESH Meat at Welch's Grocery.
WANKO-STKL35BU finish bout at
it. A. Kuitoa arena to-night. _
WE W ILL I ILL YOU
f your hoadachea como* from weak .eyes;
,]H0 If fflnntu-H will rollt!>o them. L>o you
iavc headaches? I)o your oy?-? water,
imari or burn? Dopr tho {trinr run nj.
[?r?tl??-r when reading? \Jo appear
ioublo or mlxud up? Haw a desire to rub
ho oye?? Twitching'.' For any troublo
f vonr oyoH. consult it". We make jjIubxu*
1 popular prices. Muku a enrefut <-xaiufiatlon
fr#w of rhar??> aimI rely ou our
kill and not on tin* imtlrnt'e Judgment or
matters. Consultation and examination
reo.
PROF. SHEFF, SPtCUUSI. I
Cor. Main and LlsvestJi Sts* WtiMliag, >V. Va.
BOTT8 A.SO QV3B00ATSVE'RE
OUT-TALKED OFTEN.
Why We Pro;
Wc have grown and grow)
ing and Hat business to-day 01
the sturdy oak overshadows t)
roots. Nor is it accidental sui
TRUTHFUL and JUDICIAL
accompaniments that go to m
CV7_ TLT C_U
we nave uuiu utuu vw
And Sold Them Qheaper.
These are the;fundame#ta
day and are doing their work' ji
vear before last. NERVE TCH
TO UNDERSELL A know
patrons want and need. One I
die most pleasant department:
forced sales allowed?money b;
and the most satisfactory brisiil
the public approval. We keep
" "I ealJJtn* rWF.APEK.
OilU Obuillg ,
we continue to grow and gro'
cleaning up several stocks of M
Suits and Overcoats, which \vi!
at prices that arc unmatchablc
tlow display and examine the
viot, Silk Faced, Double-Breas
the best manufacturers in the
$18.00.
THE HUI
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND
MgN'8 BUITa-LEE
c
iA HIT EVERY TIME" in
style, pattern, trimming and finish,
jest for the money. Everything fre
lot an old reiic or back number in th
Our Prices Range From 1
Our New Overcoats are very
nade to order?"MADE TO OUF
ind plainly show their up to-datei
hem elsewhere in style, goodness o:
LEE BAE
FURNITURE- ALEX.AND I
Reliable
Furniture.
J A feature of the ma
our autumn showing
J- never lose sight of th
ji insist upon the best,
j* right. We wish our
j* advantage for price a
j* the excellent assortmi
jf- and you'll agree wit
?. * inducement here to i
special Bargains in Fine and
tedium Priced Bed Room Suits.
ALEXANDER
urniture, Carpets, Etc.
J. n. LOOKC SFtOS C(
Gentlemen,
ir x?. _ ci r:i.
IB uie ouue i us,
Put it on; if the price Dleases >
pay the price, SQ.OO, nnd w
istaetion that you have the b
Kid Shoe, extra heavy extensi
lined throuahout, that any nit
buy for the price.
Locke
-TUB HOB*
o* j? OUT-DONE NEVER.
sper11
until oiir Clothing, furnisK/crshadoivs
all competition, as
le grass tliat grows about its
:cess. The sccret is not only
. ADVERTISING, but all thQ
ake our gfaid song of trade,
. * ? .
ds.
jf
1 feaioiis. They are here to
jn as they did a vear ago and
JSTDERBUY and ABILITY
ledge and study of what our
ow nrice?the largest stock?
5?the most polite help?no
ick for what you don't want?
fe's methods are submitted to
on selling BETTER GOODS
and that is why, dear reader, .
,v and grow. We have been
en's and Boys' Heavy Weight
II be 011 sale during this week
. See our south corner winprices.
Blue Serge and Cheted
Suits, the very latest from
country-r-$io.oo, $12.50 and
3 Clothiers, Hatters
j and Furnishers,
MARKET STREETS.
BAEft.
Equal to
ustom Made
its at $15.00
en's Ready Tailored Suits
5 of this fall's production
somewhat finer than
ve ever been before. You
notice the improvement
material, workmanship,
We are giving you the
sh, new and handsome
ie entire store.
SI.50 to {15.08.
Kar?rlc?/vnp T'hp.v Wgfft
fsPECIAL ORDER"less.
You can't match
r price.
R TWELFTH
STREET
9 CLOTHIER.
;b fhbw.
(?}
?
my handsome styles in
\ is their reliability. We
at important point. We
but the price must be
patrons to have every
nd quality. Add to this
ent, the superior designs,
h us that there's every
careful furniture buyersi
: FREW,
No. 1208 Main Street.
DMPA.NT.
'ou put on Its mate;
alk out with the sat
est Box Calf or Vlci
on sole and leather
in In Wheeling can

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