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i V> ft TT ^ I STONE & I HUMAS I Extraordinary Sale Friday...... of fall and winter weight cotton, cotton and Wool, and all wool and Children's.. Underwear The entire stock carried from last season (about $2,000 worth) will be placed on sale Friday at exactly m nmAiri No matter whpthpr it k Im / f KII I* V child's garment at 5c or No folk and New Brunswii finest regular made underwear at '$6 per suit, the enti line is to be closed out at exactly 1-2 the marked pric Goods will be placed on special tables, so that selectioi can be easily made. Men's Shirts, Etc. Lot of Men's Percale and Fancy Bosom Shirts; also /sr Men's Muslin Night Robes, slightly soiled, for- /J) merly sold up to $1.00, choice Friday v Bargain Day in the Basement. Clothes Baskets. One Gross Clothes Pins C Hand-Made of Whole Willow. for * 50c size.. 39c Wood Fibre Pails, if 60c size 49c each 15 75c size 59c Wall Mirrors, 7x9 inches. with white enameled I Roand Willow Clothe* Hampers, frames ' 89c size 71c Water Pitchers of crys- C 98c size . 86c! tal glass, good size... 1 $1.19 size 97c crystai Glass Salad Bow : imitation cut glass, wi Lunch Boxes. one dozen fruit sau- IE Papier Mache with Hand Strap. cers to match, per set 1 # Small Size 8c 10 Bars Armour's LightMedium Size 10c house soap, 12 oz. It Large Size 12c bars, for ? Stone & Thomas i jj ?cc. SK. Sr.cck & Co. I See- SR. Zrech A Co. 1 GEO. M. SNOOK & CO a plentifil suppl1 Of Bone Necessities and Beaatifiers Provided for Onr Patrons. Our Prices Permit Pnrchasiag Freely Rlflflkets Sheets, MWifiUnw?'iJ 040t lorn by han(j and ready hemmed, mi men w* mention blanket, It's gen- Swin^iI^.iS'sftiaL erally St. Mary's; they represent the ' *,l(! w <3c e*ch. eta highest type of All Wool blankets made, pniQW f, none better, few the equal In quality. rmuw v,aM^ durability and appearance. The altea ready made of the beat bleached c range from 10-4 to 13-4. the prlcea from tone, alze 42*36. 5c; aire 45x36, 8Vjc ea V.M to $14.00 pair. See the Beat Blan- etc. * Other makes good All Wool Blankets BolSltr ClSCS, "coC Blankets 39c pair upwards. ^s&lic# Si" C Mem'tt's Wool Bed Spreads, Health Comforts, S<SjSS made with Knotted Cheoae Cloth cov- 2?rtthbegM 0ttKn w 10 ? ? " erlng. ready to put on any kind of top covering desired. Price for full r?gu- Tohlp Lineno lar bed sis* 12.75 each. Some In Cribsis*. 40x?6 In.. $1.29 each. Same In such as ours at these prices need Cradle-else. $6x40 In., 79c each. I comment: - . . rNBLEACHED. tottoo Sfld 1 54 Inches .wide. 26c yard, worth J6t , , ? . , ! 72 Inch wide. 3?c yard, worth 60< ElderdOWS Comforts, " Inches wide, C9c yard, worth 75< ' : Bleached at 4$c. 60c, 69c. 65c, 76c corered with Choice Prints. Sllkallnea, , to $2.26 yard. Satlnea and Silk. Price range Mc. etc., ; T ., for cotton fllled up to $9.00 for One Elder-1 Hole IIOHS down 8/llf covered. )n Hirached Linen Damask with b ?,, ders all round, alien 1-4 and 10-4?cho SllkSllBeS. selection. Prices $1.(6 and upwards. ( Many choice new pattern*, ioc yard. Turkey Oil Red Table Danask Cretooes. In vnrlc,y ot our p?i>u,ar prt< Handsome new styles. 12Hc yard. Nipkifl8. i In Bleached and irnbleached Dami Yoa're Thinking of Baying Je? do.*nt0c' Mc' 7601,1M' " 2S e Kig ?r DriggtL? T#wels _ ?r.v-^ou?toTu^, *^'cn,y: kucs. Towel-Special. Monuette, nix? Wx3?. price 98c each. ?!Ta(,f>. of Monuette, else 27x?3, price fl.M each. Huc't Linen, 29c each, value 45c. Moquette. xlxe 36x72, price ^$3.25 each Turkish Batb Towel Special BigAlow Imp. Velvet. ?lse 20x38, prlcc r 1176 each. (^no lQt **lra ,or*e *'* ? 10c each. ^Mgelow imp. Velvet, s?e 36x63. price Ua Blgelowl?amlhg1on Plush, has mot- ,n N(,?in)(hanl. n?h Net. Renalssan tied renters with plain band'd bordera, ,rllh p0|nl, Hruaaela, etc.. with Pur Ise 36x72, price $8.90. an(j Taped Edffeii. We have a mom i DRUGGETS. tensive line of New and Heautlful 1 feet*. Our eironsrent exhibition betw< Ingrain, alxe 0x9, $4.39 each. $2.00 and $25.00 pair. Ingrain, slxe 9x12. $8.90 each. . Smyrna, alee ?*?, 16 90 each. , Portiere CortaMS. frTn'alsei'-YxlO 4"$T$ each" i v'"w co,or blendlnga In Tapentry, CI 5Snn:^Vm?1,M&;SCh- Jill, and Bop., Price, rang, fr Wilton Velvet. al*e 9x12, $33.60 each. II w upffirHire fleese Feathers?Choice New, Price M Pound, io One-Pound Sac fiEO.J.SNOOl&ai _ S0M Sl0t'- " "Alexandria" A mtrletly high grade I shoe for ladles? $3.50. Swell shapes, any leather, Including an elegant Mannish Patent I Leather. ALEXANDER, Good Shoes. 1049 Main* So/al Sioet. i I "Royal" I , $3.50 15 Shoe FOR MEN. Fall Styles Now In. Wheeling'! popular shoe?better than ever. If you weir the "ROYAL" you have the best $3.50 shoe In Wheeling. CWe defy the detection of inferior stock or poor workmanship in any of these shoes. ALL STYLES?ALt LEATHERS. NAY BROTHERS, RefUMc Shoes. 1317 Market. XittWt 3lrt Slort. , FOLDING POCKET CAMERAS .1* 510.00?$13.00. Successful'Is the best wort describing our new Pocket Kodaks. They are comir pact and light (made of aluminum), easy 'v to operate, and give results botlf certain and satisfactory We want you to seo these cameras and our collection of local snap shots made by users of them. ;c NICOLL'S ART STORE, 1231 Market Street. fflhrSttfellinenrer Ofllce; 85 and 27 Fonrteonth Street. Now Advertisements. Money To Loan?Rolf & Zane For Rent?Simpson A Tatum. Wante<L-10 Stogie Maker*. - , Commissioners' SaJe of Valuable ^Real Estate. I Lost?A Sum of Money. Violet Cream?R. H. List "Books are Delightful Society"?Stan_ ton's. # Fall Style Hats?McFaddon's?Second Page. Children Fatten?Fifth Page. Extraordinary Sale Friday?Stone & Thomas?Eighth Page. M Satisfied??Albert Stolxe & Co. if Hygela Dairy?Simpson. the Milkman, r Our Own Importation?H. F. Behrcns Co. Found at Last?Goctze's Drug Store. I Stocks for Sale?Simpson & Tatum. Kraut Cutters?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons. For Rent?James A. Henry. 20.000. Wo have flttod more than twenty thousand pair* of Spectacles, giving ua a record and experience unequalled by any other optician 1n West Virginia. Satlaflictlon guaranteed^ j aloh ay. uhuisb, optician. Np. 100? Market street. S2 FALL STOCK-FINE TAILORING. Totir attention Invited to our largo and handnome line of Fail Woolen*? all entirely new do?Wrna nnd many exciimlve novoltleM of which we are nolo ch ogcntH. ThontyllMli get-up and flu*hlonabla apncaranco of our gurmonts recommend them*eivoH. Price* rea*r.nablt>. C. HEHS ?fc SONS. Fashionable Tailors an<l Fine Furnlsbera, lAitl-iaiiU Market Street. Ot- m Verdict Against Cotts. Yesterday at noon, in the circuit court, the arguments In the case of W. q5' J. Cotts vs. Schenk, Thompson, et at. ch. came to their close, and then the Jury took a hand. After remaining In retirement for an hour the Jury returned with a verdict for the defendants. The usual motion for a new trial was made, n0 but it is not believed It will be pushed. It Is thought other similar cases brought by Cotts will be abandoned. !. In Clerk Robinson's ORlcc. - Yesterday, In Clerk Robertson's office, UP a power of attorney from the Illcks & Hogs Dry Goods Company to John J. Con Iff was recorded. A deed was recorded by which Chrlsor tlan Hoffmann acquires lot 220 In Ice Greenwood cemetery In consideration of |S5. A marriage license was Issued to Hugh Mullen, nged twenty-nine, born at sea under the American flag, und *8- Bertha Peters, nged twenty-two, residents of Moundsvllle. isk The United States Court. Yesterday, In the United States court, the grand Jury was charged by Judge Jackson, and then entered upon the examination of witnesses preliminary to JP" bringing Indictments In a number of ue- eases being pushed by District Attorney Gaines. While the grand Jury was thus busying Itself, Julge Jackson heard led arguments In the cast* of Duflleld, trustee, vs. Michaels et al, a famous oil case, which Involves the possession of valuable oil territory in Pleasants county, this state. Excursion to Akron, Ohio. ce> On Saturday, September 2.'f, the lefj Wheeling A Lake Erie will sell excurpx slon tickets to Akron and return nt one Ef- fare for round trip, account opening "f sen the Ohio rnmpatgn. Governor Roosevelt and Judge Nosh will be notable speakers. Also, all the well known Republican organisations, such as the , Blaine Club, of Cincinnati: the Tlppe* canoe Club, of Cleveland, und the Llnoni roln club, of Toledo, will be there. ROTH New and Second Hand School Dooks at Stanton's Hook Store. PITTSnritGll KXPOSITION Special Low Hate Dxvnnion via n. k o. I Saturday, September 23. Fare for I the round trip |1 75, Including admls[ slon to Kxposltlon. Tickets good rc turning Saturday only* GIBSON LAMB DEAD. The Prominent Citizen and Banker Passes Away After an ILLNESS OF ONLY A WEEK. The end Came Unexpectedly, Hopes Being Entertained or bis Recover? Only a Short Time Before?'The News Spread Rapidly Last Night and was Received With Regret-A Banking Career of Thirty-five Years. Last night at 7:40 o'clock, at his home at Echo Point, east of the city, occurred the death, unexpectedly, of Hr. Gibson Lamb, president of the Bank of Wheeling, after an Illness of only & week's duration, the cause being Brigbt's disease In an aggravated form, brought about by a severe cold. The news of the sad occurrence spread over the city rapidly and was received with universal regret. Mr. Lamb was one of the leading bankers of Wheeling, and wielded a powerful Influence in the commercial community. Socially, he was of a genial disposition and enjoyed the warm friendship of many. For some time Mr. Lamb had been desirous of taking a rest, but he found it Impossible to leave his post as head of the banking Institution, until a week ago, when his condition was such that he was compelled to leave, ?and seek at home the relief which all his business associates and friends hoped would come speedily. A severe cold which hod been contracted a few days ago brought on an aggravated attack of Brlght's disease, but his condition, while considered serious by his phyai- < clans, did not warrant the belief that J his illness would end fatally. Even ' so late as last evening, an hour before I the end came, neighbors had been informed that he was resting very well, and the hope was expressed that, with the assistance of a trained nurse, whose services had just been secured, the pa tlent would soon bjiow u ucciucu *??provement. Unhappily, there was a turn for the worse, and the end came at 7:40 p. ra. Mr. Lamb was In his sixtieth year, having been bom In this city In March, 1840, the son of the late Hon. Daniel Lamb. Early in life, about thirty-five years ago, he entered the service of the Northwestern Bank of Virginia (now the National Bank of West Virginia), and in 1863 he succeeded his father as cashier of the bank. Early in 1868 he resigned to become cashier of the Bank | of Wheeling. In 1886 he resigned and i moved to Kansas City, where he became a partner in the brokerage and | banking firm of Bayha. Lamb & Barber. He remained there only a year, ' and thence moved to Clniclnnati, where ( he became a partner in the banking ^ firm of George Eustlce & Company. He . ntnved in Cincinnati two years, and in j 1890 returned to Wheeling to become president of the Bank of Wheeling, a position that he has held since. Mr. Lamb married Miss Katherlne List, daughter of D. C. List, who, with three children, survives him. They are: Charles, connected with the bank; Bessie (Mrs. Clarke Hamilton) and 1 Louisa. ^ Mr. Lamb was a member of St. Matthew's P. E. church, and for several years was a member of the vestry board. ****- - * - ?1 >*nnHaman?( Tint 1 lie LUIlcini a>ia?D<;iHUHw ? been ..completed last night A GREAT SUCCESS " Is Duo fbr To-Day's Emancipation Day Celebration. The indications point to a very sue- s cessful Emancipation Day celebration to-day by the colored people of Wheel- . Ing and surrounding towns. The weather man promises better treatment | than last year, when the rain marred Its success almost completely. The ( exercises at the state fair grounds in the afternoon will be preceded by a street parade, beginning at 10 a. m. Meister's band will furnish the music and It. N. Strange will be chief marshal. The line of march Is outlined as follows: Form on Chapllne street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth; down Twelfth to Market to Tenth, to Main, to Twenty-third, to Chapllne, to Twentieth, to Market, to Tenth, over the bridges to the fair ground. All the colored societies will participate, and 1 Captain Clemans has appointed this platoon of police for the event: Lieutenant Daniel D. Ingram, Officers Allen, McGulgan, Knabe, Larkln, Myers, Woods, Rltz and Walker. At the fair grounds there will be an attractive series of amusements and athletic events. Hon. J. E. Holmes, a Pittsburgh lawyer, will be the orator of . the day, and there are likely to be a " number of other addresses. THE pain of a burn or srald is almost Instantly relieved by applying Cham- , berlaln's Pain Balm. It also heals the Injured parls more quickly than any < other treatment, and without the burn Is very severe does not leuve a scar. For sule by druggists. FAMILY WASHING. * Hough Dry Washed, Starchcd and Dried ti cents por pound. Flat Work, Washed and Ironed. S cvntn por pound. All Imiul work tlnlsliod 10 rents per pound. At LUTZ linos'. Homo Strum Laundry, EXCURSION TO 1'IH LA DELPHI A. ViaII. & O. Account National Export Exposition. September 14th to November 30th the B. & O. will noli excursion tickets to . Philadelphia and return at rote of $15 15, valid tor return passage until December 4th. Stop-overs allowed ut Washington and Baltimore. For full Information . apply to T. C, Burke, Passenger atjd Ticket Agent. When you feel thnt you bnve tried every, thing and everyone, consult us. A dally occurrence In the aurprhr rhown by tho benefited patients nt our ofllc#. Do you have Ii??u1ache? Do your eye* water? I">o they smart or burn? Doe* the print run together when refilling ? For any trouble of your eye* ronnult us. Wo mak?? glnspes at popular prieo*. Make u careful examination freo of charge. PROF. H. SHEFF, The Scientific rornorMatn Optlclau and UtliMta, Sit JM Chtkltn. [ m? Jut Cktkkn. There's a Look tit. of the right sort?feel of the right kind?and style and workmanship of the highest perfection in every one ofgfir ready tailored SUITS AND OVERCOATS. Pay $5x10, or any price from that to $??!qo, and von will receive more value, style and service for your expenditure than is ......II.. (rsr ? thtwl omt'rt CA rrmrh mr?nC*__tK? eav_tr? r?f llMldlM ?W1 ?* ?5?M" "W ?. ?w~?/ ?v ??, tw VI V?l ad. is the do-so of the store. i p Street Railway ~ Conductors and-Motormen. UNIFORM SUITS AND ULCERS. We are now showing the best Uniform Ulster Suits &|/\ AA ever shown, better than ever for the price MJlViUU See ours and compare with others at $3.00 to $?00 more. Plenty of them. All sizes. fttr? FOr BoVS.t^e^Me^ 'ti We are doing wonders in point of style and worth in com- 9A mon every day Suits at *4?l? JU Nothing in it for us, but wc reluse to deviate trora our principle, to give you only good clothing. If w.e clothe your boyi, they'll be a credit to you and us. MONEY BACK WHEN IT IS WANTED. sr THE HUB."? * * 1 * * V/ 1-^5 HJMSMO Market and Fourteeth Streets. Zaer't Clothing Xonte. j Satr't C/aliitt XoijfReady for the Fall Trade...... The season for the selling of Fatf Overcoats and Heavy Suits is here, and we are ready for it. We have jeen getting ready for it for months. The choice producions of the leading manufacturers of tha country are represented here, and whatever prompt caih and long experience in the clothing business can acdpnplish is here for /our benefit. We inaugurate the season with an unexampled display of Suits and Fall Overcorifs. Prices ought to be higher, but they'raottt. Our fall stock vas bought before the recent advance in prices. LEE BAER Twelfth Street Clothier. IDhUt, Sfatdltg <f Doner. I TDHlte, JfornUe/ & 5cittr. $1.49 ROCKER $1.49 Fine Cobbler Seat Rocker, Antique Finish. This is a bargain, and cannot be duplicated when this 1st is soli WHITE, HANDLEY & FOSTER. 2b4b market 8thbbt. FRANK & FOSTER, Receivers. Sohn Urltdel <f Co. | john Jritdtl A Co. SPECIAL SALE op # Fancy Flower Pots. - Jardenieres and Pedestals. Umbrella Stands and CnifldoreJ. a full line of china novelties. ...JOHN FRIEDEL & CO... me main btvue*. but. [A ; jCoete Shot Company. | ?otke Shot Compa*!' P Cultivate Discrimination between the ^ excellent and CHILDREN'S SHOES, and your Mils for footwear will ? lessened at least one-half. liny." Bo* Culf, l*oo. $1.15 trSlth'R Bo* Calf, l.o*, ?l?o? JlJj i.mio o<jnt?' nm c?if- ?pr,n* JIJ5 hoot, kIsoii to ItiH. jockeShoeCoj