Mttfewt at the ordinary
irlieiv jw-vinitad the Utect ud 1
C?M?tltmi BWb Cases and Seen
utfetmirs^KoBto Cabinets, Ladies'
Oris Or Jtafcopwj,, and allatonr w
now doflir fo tfcfe department for
; iBteMrtafrjMrtsswTt of anything i
wetf tone# ?r stock before bo/iny
k inlilMJiHA ittrwaf jt.M and ranges on :
' up to Welow we mention a. few j
I71 or ttttf Mtily Muds*.
| sSTBIS"^^: 52.W;l
Fall ?w. Bert quality 'While Enamelwl
Sleel fieri*. 11 ich po?t?. ? 1 HQ
% Inch ill I in*, oolkt brut irim- Xl wX <
mlnn, at each v*?7U ,
^ II 1
An awortinent of Ova Btj-tM steel '
Bade, Beet While lEnamolwl.
' Full Sue. Ill Inch po?u. H inch
, flIRnt, 80IM Btara Trimmln*s. Ar i
I and ine heat to be had. anywhere MB,
at UI? price, each...., ?7?7tf ^
? _ . . I
XTpholstefea In Corduroy. Veleur, Pantasote
or Leather. Price range |7.45 to *50.00
, each. Below we mention two specials:
v FMt 8lze Couches. Full Spring.
f - 8pring Edge, SO Indies nidt*. Upholstred
In Corduroy Velvet, tH AC
and a special leader with us, at A/.d*!) i
[- Foil Slse, Fall Spring Couches.
Upholstered with Corduroy Vel,
. vet, Deep Tufted. You'll find ?a flr 1 these
hard to match at this jU W ;
price, each.. <?7.7t/
' | S
Down* of other Items that we 1
cannot mention iicre for want of
apaee?all equally as interesting J
when seen. A visit to this department
Is solicited, whether 1
yon with to tiny or not
. PAIR f
PAID Mainly in
* ** Greys. Si
^ Q value $1.3
T'Ov# 48c P*""is
5r\ 50 dozen Mei
| Ladies' Fleecec
all sizes, will be sold this week
i H^Customers limited to ti
We make these extraord
the view of directing you
? ?? imramii i tin ITUhri
lakh til uunr, nvsicKi mv unuci
GEO. M. S\
to*day and call your attention
best design.* of Parlor Cabinets,
jtarles, Chiffonier*, Hall Seats
' Desks, etc., in Curly Kirch,
ell known prices. New arrivals
the Fall nnd Holiday Trade.
n the Furniture Line will do
t IIS ft New arrivals o(
I lilu i Chair* in ?U the
L BtS J - latest delltns !n
SI ft* I (JSP1 oak. Mahogany.
It jlm I Ilia Forwt Oreen, etc.,
M f lilul embracing Parlor,
Hall Chalra and
ranging from J1.9S
Hn ?nriin 10 *15,00' Here aM
WlfSSS^Jj^SB ft few Items picked
at random from a
* great many:
full Size. Largo Arm, Comforta- an
bie Rockers. Oak, Forest Green J/Wfl
or Mahogany Finish, at each.... ^
Large Arm* Rockers In Oak,
Italian Walnut or Mahogany
Finish. Cobbler's Seat. Some
wJth Inlaid Racks. An excep-? J ftO
tionally good assortment at this liVA
price, each T,7U
^arge. Comfortable Rockers with
Leather Boats, in Oak, Mahogony.
Forest Green or Italian
Walnut: also with Tufted and?o Aft
Upholstered Backs and Seats, all ihrUfU
Finely Polished, at each qn;?7V
fables, Etc. <c"TT"r>^s
Mid Oak Tabic*. M-lnch Scroll
Top. with 17-Inch Scroll lender- in
Hhclf. Polish Wntafi, Turned >[,|y
Legs, at each
[Aiid Oak Taboutrttep. Turned Lti
with Undershelf, at \}y^
found Top Tabourettea. 20 Inche*
high. with Undershelf. Pattern AO
I^effs, Quartered and Polished* M(}^
Oak. at each
blalleable Iron Flower Stands In
Black. Forest Green and Red dl#?eJ
Enameled, at each ^
lower Stands In Bamboo and
Rattan. In White, Mahopony and
Natural Color, price ranging _
from 11.75 to $3.00 each
M, 8NOOK ai CO.
Brown's, Moies, Tans and
r i 1 i. o f -> A I
zes 10 o nciuai
15 pair. The special price of
i for this week only.
stomers limited to one pair.
i's fine seamless p
ks; value 10c pr.
limited to two pairs.
inary offers solely with
r attention to the
(WEAR DEPARTMENTS IN THE CITY.
IOOK & CO.
& "The Wheelinj
g** &50. Shoe."
Net because we say so, f MAKE I)
tat beceese we am able i PKOVE
to prove it j IT.
21 styles?Mr kind of
luther yta Mil....
Skoc Setter?1049 Hatn.
AND OPALS ARE IN FAVOR.
There It that of beauty about the op
which endears It to thousands who cai
not claim it as a blrthstone, and probab
the gem was never in greater favor ths
We have a grand line of Opal and Dii
mond Jewelry. Richest styles ever show
Rings $2.50 and upward*.
Dillon, Wheat & Handier C(
XS the word which describes our
| SCHOOL SHOES.
# A. school shoe to Rive satisfaction
must l>e strong and durable, well
put together and mado of honest.
4 reliable material. OUR SHOES
I ABE GUARANTEED.
t IF THEY WPI'SS?
We repair all rips at our expense.
t Nay Brothers, s^t
...wwifimiio ATtrri unOTriyTPa
Our storo Is filled wit
choice selections In Pictures and Art Not
elites, and wo earnestly solicit an Insper
tlon. For artistic gifts at moderate cos
our stock Is a mine of wealth.
QUALITY HIGH-PRICES LOW
NICOLL'S ART STORE
1231 Market Street
Oftlrc: Not. and 27 Fourteenth Street,
Winning Styles?Geo. E. Stifel A Co.Third
Furniture?Stone & Thomas?Eight
P Kid Gloves?Geo.M. Snook <fc Co.?Eight
Ready for Winter?McFadden'sS?fond
Clara Barton.?Dr. Greene's NervuraSecond
His Unwelcome Legacy?Warner's Sal
Monongah Coal?J. C. McKlnley & Co.
Magazines and Fashion Journals??rar
ton's Book Store.
Sneer's Wines?Goetse's Drug Store.
Woman's Hospital Association?KeguU
For Sale?Stocks and Bonds?Simpson i
Opera House?Richards & Prlngle's an
Eumu <it noiiHtid H >lin?trcl*.
Scaled Proposals?T. C. Moffat.
W? lmve flttnl more than twenty (hoi
sand pair* of Kyirctaelea, ?lrlnir u? n Pre
ord nml experience nweqnalled by nit
other optician In Weit Vlrgluln. Sailifai
JACOB W. (inrnn, Optician,
Ko. 1:100 .uarket street.
C. Hess & Sons' Fall Opening
rW[ TAILORING?POPUAR PRICES.
KegardleM of arirnnre In woiilom, vr
are prn |i?rcd to make lo order snlti
Ovrrconlnnod Irnw?8r? at last year's r?
cinord and popnlnr price*. Mitu 130.0
up. Overcoat* 9iH.n0 up. Pimm S.1.m
up. The artistic rut and MylUli nppeai
mice of our Riirmflnii reroninicnd iliom
nelrr*. Inviting inspection.
C. HUMS A SO,\?,
Faalilonable Tallora and Flue KuruUlicri
1331 and 15*3 Market Street.
Discount wlU be allowed on city taxe
op to and including Saturday, Xovem
bor 5. J. K. HALL. City Collector.
Emplnj-nfor IV'tw l'l?nt,
Jacob Spooner. accompanicd by hi
non and two other employee of the Mc
Kay Manufacturing Company, arrive
In the city laat night from NorrUtowi
Pa. Mr. Spooner is a tacker by trad*
and worked in Wheeling several year
ago. The McKay company's plant, o
South Water street, will manufaotur
shoe makers' supplier.
A(lil rnH* of WrlroiNr.
Interest is Increasing: in th<? meetln
of the graud lodge I. O. O. F. in till
city, which occurs in a f?*w weekw. Th
addres* of welcome to the grand er
campment will be delivered by Pat
Grand Master Godfrey Schul. Hon. 1
M. Garvin will welonme the grand lods
In behalf of the city of Wheeling. Th
Degree of IMtekah will be welcomed b
Mrs. U. M. Handy.
An in nriinf Can*,
Detective It. T. McNlchol on Batui
day, under inMlructionH of the stale at:
dltor, \j. M. Lafollette, arrested It 'I
How oil, an Insurance agent of Bridg<
port, for violating the insurance law <
West Vlrglnln, by soliciting and wrll
InK policies of Insurance in eompanl*
not utithorsed to do business In thl
atate . Mr. Hoivoll waived exam inn tlo
ond was held under n bond of $500 t
appear before the next grand Jury It :
xaid other arrests for the fame often?
THE Ladles* Aid Society of the Bet
ond Presbyterian church will serve
Blue Jiff Supper In the parlors of tli
church Thursday, November 10.
- BLACK BASS GALORE'
Will be Placed in Wheeling Creek
Next Friday by tbe
CMD STATES FISH OOilAflSSlOY
FISH COMMISSION'S CAB NO. 3
5 BRINGS 73jm BLACK BASS FOR
DISTRIBUTION ALONG THE
= WHEELING CREEK VALLET.
s THE DISTRIBUTION WILL BE
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
COL. GEORGE WISE AND LOCAL
Seventr-fl? thousand specimens of .
the finny tribes of black bass and crapf
pie will find their war into the waters
of Wheeliog creek this week, and If (be
little fellows are guarded against (he
~ unlawful acta of the drnamlter ana <ne
_ fellows who seine, ok) Wheeling creek
will in the course of a year or two, regain
its once enviable reputation as one
of the best small fishing streams In this
Last spring, It will be remembered,
through the efforts of Colonel George
Wise and other gentlemen who take an
_ interest In things piscatorial, the national
fish commissioner, Hon. George
M. Bowers, who, by the way, la a West
jy Virginian, was induced to promise to
m stock Wheeling creek with oewly
&. spawned fish when the season was
lost no time in complying with the
I terms of the protocol, by which he was
_ guaranteed future immunity from the
~ wiles of such enterprising and persist?
ent gentlemen as Colonel Wise.
9 The latter gentleman yesterday r?- ^
V celved a letter from the fish commisi
sion, as follows:
4 WASHINGTON. D. C.. Oct. ?. IMS. *
4 "Mr. T. C. Pearce. U. S. Fish Commission
cur No. 3, Qulncy, 111.
y "Dear Sir:?On the arrival of car No. 3 at
W Qulncy, you wJJi proceed at once to Wheel- j
iing, West Virginia, taking with you sixty
adult Mack boss and as many small black
baas and crapple as Dr. Bartlett can fur- nlsh
The route of the car should be over
the Wabash railroad and Big Four to Co- .
lurabu*. and thence over the B. & O. to
Wheeling. On your arrival at Wheeling
the fish are to be planted under the dlrectlon
of Mr. George WJse, in Wheeling J
"After completing this work you will return
to Qulncy over the same route.
4 , "These Ash should arrive at Wheeling by
I the middle or last of next week without
f fall. Respectfully,
4 I (Signed) "J. FRANK ELLI&
T I "Superintendent Car ana Messenger ?erf
k ! "Approved: (Stoned).
"GEO. M. MOWERS,
w J "Commla?ioncr."
W Captata Pearce, of Car No. 3, was at
t oncc telegraphed to at Qulncy, the re4
quest being, made that he name the
J time of the arrival of himself-and car
r (also the fishes) in Wheeling. Last
r night an answer was received, in which I
f Captain Pearce stated that the car J
0 would reach Wheeling via the Balti- I
~ more & Ohio road at either 12:15 or 4:20
on next Friday morning.
Colonel Wise has arranged with several
of Wheeling's enthusiastic fishermen
ta assist him in the distribution of
the fishes. The fish commission's car
will be sent out to Elm Grove and side- i
tracked. Thence the fishes will be tali
j ken in specially constructed receptacles
r- | up both branches of Wheeling creek
> I ana "pjantea. .inis wura wm ulwuji>
lt several hours and will be most in teres ting
to all interested in such matters.
At the same time, the fish commission
will turn over to the management of
Wheeling Park, sixty full grown bass,
which will be placed in the lake at the
' fcark. where it is expected they will
TO CONNECT TRACKS.
Application to Bridgeport Council by
the Wheeling Railway Company.
= At the meeting of the Bridgeport city
= council last night, the Wheeling Railway
Company asked for permission to t
- connect its track at Bridgeport with the
h main tracks of Uie Bellalrc. Bridgeport ,
h & Martin's Ferry railway. The petition
was referred to council's ordinance I
~ committee, which will meet this even- I
- i ing In conference with the railway offl- I
. | clals. The Bridgeport council has call0
j ed a special meeting for to-morrow |
evening to receive me commiuee a rc- ?
Among other business transacted, the I
council decided to make the minimum
ir penalty of selling liquor on Sundays at
? the discretion of the mnyor. The minimum
penalty heretofore has been $25.
d The maximum. $50. will remain the
Chief Bennett's repflrt for October
'* was as follows: Number of arrests,103:
r white males, 73; colored males, 3; few
male white, 27; males to city prison, 20;
females to county Jail, 5; fines paid, 68;
suspended. S; dismissed. 7: amount assessed,
$738 40; paid, 5380 90.
The police department has collected
In fine." for ten months of 1S38 the sum
of $6,972. The estimated receipts.which
* finured In this year's appropriation ordinance.
were $7,000, so the department
o has to collect only $28 In November and
o December to meet the estimate.
MIm l*eck*a Lecture,
Last evening, at the music parlors of
MUligan, Wilkin & Company, Mlsa Annie
S. Peck, tho celebrated mountain (
climber, t"ok her audience on a delight- 4
s ful trip "To the Summit of the Matteri
horn." It was a very instructive and 1
entertaining lecture, and waa illustrated I
with views of rare artistic excellence.
MJsg Peck has a pleasing personality.
s and a very attractive m?Mi? vi *m
parting her Knowledge of a subject that
d I* of absorbing Interest.
!_/ 111* lint Plmlrr.
s A piece of flannel dampened with
n OhambenJaln's Pain Ba?rm and bound on
e t<? the affected parts is superior to any
ptastcr. When troubled.' with a pain in
the cheat or side, or a lame back, give
It a trial. You nre certain to be more f
k than pleased with the prompt relief
Is which it affords. Pair* Balm is also a ,
io certain cure for rheumatism'. For sale
i- by druggist#.
WE WILL TELL YOU
e ^ _?
- if your headaches romps from weak oye?c
?f nlwo If glasses will relieve them. Do you
I. have hesdarhos? Do your eyes water
? sinnrt or burn? Dors tho prim run to
. cotlier when reading? hi tninn* apprnr
ls double or mixed up? Have a dexirc to rub
? the eye*? Twitching? For any trouble
o of your eyes, ronxult u*. We make kIuhsi-n
[Q nt popular price*. Mako h careful i'xam...
lhatlon fro* of ?lmrK?' and rely on our
aklll and not on the liatlent'* Judgment or
anwr*. Consultation and examination
; PROF. SHEFF, sncuiisi, I
Cor. Main and (lev en Ik St a., Wheeling, W. Va.
8OTT3 AMD OV?BOOAT8
WE'RE OUT-TALKE J OFTEN, j* j?
Why We Pro
We have grown and grow
ing and Hat business to-day o
the sturdy oak 'overshadows t
roots. Nor is it accidental su
TRUTHFUL and JUDICIAI
accompaniments that go to in
We Have Sold Better Cjoc
And Sold Them Cheaper.
These are the fundamental
day and are doing their work jt<
year before last NERVE TO I
TO UNDERSELL A know:
patrons want and need. One li
the most pleasant departments
forced sales allowed?money ba
and the most satisfactory busin
the public approval. We keep <
and selling them CHEAPER,
we continue to grow and grov
cleaning up several stocks of M
Suits and Overcoats, which wil
at prices that are unmatchable.
dow display and examine the i
viot, Silk Faced, Double-Breast
the best manufacturers in the
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND
WHITE, HANDLE? &
ROCKERS | a?
fir OA for a handsome I2piece (' ffl
mm m j| Regular $1.23 Stand,' oa
/ IX.C bogaoy finish, size 21:
^ 1 week oolj ... .
. Herman Frank, Frank E. Fo
2247 AND 2249 MARKE
jt A feature of the ma
J- our autumn showing
J- never lose sight of th
insist upon the best,
j* right. We wish our
J- advantage for price a
j* the excellent assortm
j* and you'll agree wit
v< inducement here to i
special Bargains in Fine and
Wadinnt Pficod Rod Dnniti Siiifc
I1VU1U1U 1 1 1VWU ?wu 1\VVIII VUUJI
urniture, Carpets, Etc.
J. H. LOCKE SROB C<
If the Shoe Fits,
Put It on; If the price uloases j
pay the price, 88.00, and w
.M.. 1 * 1T . u
isiucLiuii tiinii ,yuu imvw uiu u
Kid Shoe, extra heavy extensi
lined throuflhout, that any mi
buy for the price.
j. j. OUT DONE NEVER.
n until our Clotliiag, Furnishvershadows
all competition, as
be grass that grows about its
ccess. The secret is not only
.ADVERTISING, but all the
lake our grand song of trade,
reasons. Tlicy are here toist
as thev did a' year ago and
IMDERBUY and ABILITY
ledge and study of what our
aw price?the largest stock?
?the most polite help?no
ck for what you don't want?
ess methods are submitted to
in selling BETTER GOODS
and that is why, dear reader,
/ and grow. We have been
tn's and Boys' Heavy Weight
I be on sale during this week
See our south corner win
)rices. Blue Serge and Lheed
Suits, the very latest from
country?$10.00, $12.50 and
3 Clothiers, Hatters
9 and Furnishers,
Rocker, oat or (Hi Qf7
ih, cobbler seat, |
II Decorated Sewfog f7A;
I Lamp, globe aid / Ml,
[| shade complete? 1 v u
? _ in _
x or ma- i,; ^ m
*> ? i 74c
iny handsome styles tn
; 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 buyers.
No. 1208 Main Street.
rou put on its mato;
alk out with the satest
Box Calf or Vici
on sole and leather
an in Wheeling can
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