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fStnr A Uktmat, | Stoat & Stoma*.
Stone & Thomas.
Beginning of the Season
A Discount of
25 Per Cent!
Consider what the saving is to you. Remember, it is
not only on one item, but on anything usually found in a
first-class department store.
ft. , . * .
. Feature Here?^.
is that 600&S ARE ALL MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES; that
we adhere STRICTLY. TO ONE PRICE, and that price under
any and all circumstances guaranteed to be lower than like
quality can be bought for elsewhere.
75c does the work of $ 1.69
$ 1.13 does the work' of $ 1.59
v $ 1.59 does the work of $ 2.09
I HFRF'S WHAT $ 3.75 does the work of $ 5.99
vnn civr """ 1 5 7.5? does the work of $19.1)9
YOU SAYt...... $11.25 does the work of $15.99
$18.75 does the work of $25.99
$37.59 does the work of $59.99
$75.|9 does the work of *199*
and sb on up to the largest arpount you can buy. For
every dollar you spend we make you a present of 25c.
If. Possible, Come In the Morning.
You Can Be Better Served.j??j?
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STONE & I HO MAS.
Uo. Sft'. Suet A Co. I Eto. Si. Snoot & Cf.
Snook & Co.
Until FiirtherNotice We
Will Give a Discount of
ON ALL PURCHASES MADE AT
OUR STORE ONE-FOURTH
OFF ON ALL Silks, Dress Goods,
Linens, Domestics, Ready-Made
Suits, Jackets, etc., Underwear,
Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Notions
and Chinaware?nothing reserved
Will always give you as MUCH
?and MORE?for your money as
any other store. We positively
will not be undersoldl
Wanted?20 additional salespeople
fiEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
$. A SR. Skott. 1
BUT THE BEST.
A full line In vVl/,,
II leathers. ijlfl'
Good Shoes. 1049 Mala.
i: YES 1
11 you can drop lots most toy <.
I, store and pick up a good shoe for <,
o $3.50. . j;
<> THE BEST 1'
J | COSTS NO MORE. ' |
:: THE..."J(OYAL"shoe... :
(i is worn by more men this season < >
,, than ever before. Yon are enti- ,,
<( tied to tbe beat. ,,
<' Reliable Shoes. 13I7 Market ;>
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Xicoll'* jln Sfort. o
GIFTS. S '
Wo have Just received from New * fl
York a choice selection of fine water X 0
color paintings, which are offered as O
appropriate and acceptable gifts tor
! weddings, or, In fact, for any occa- ?
slon. A variety of *lx* means a variety
of price, and we offer for $7.50 an 1
original picture, framed, as la our cus- n
I torn, suitably and artistically Do not u
rains seeing our display of fine arts. n
New assortment or those 25-cent 0
framed pictures on sale to-day?See ^
| our window display. n
| NICOLL'S ART STORE, | s
II 1231 Market Street. 1J c
Offices 25 and 27 Fourteenth Street, u
New AdvertiHcmcntM. d
Wanted?Three Unfurnished Rooms. n
T?,?? Tr..i<alln.r fialoamnn
Saturday?G. Mendel & Co.?Second ?
Let's Begin October?TIous* 4 Herrmann?Fifth
Pose. . . e
Grand Opera House?The Real Thing? n
Third Page. . ,
Men's 75c Warm Driving Gloves for 4Se?
New Goods?H. P. Behrena Co. r
Hygela Dairy-Simpson. the Milkman. d
' You Are?R. H. List. ^
Found at Lost?Goetse's Drujr Store. ..
Stocks for Sale?Simpson & Tatum.
Farm for Sale?Theo. W. Fink & Co. ?
Late- Publlcations-Stanton'a Old City 0'
Book Store. __
One I.ot?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons.
For 8ale?Howard Hazlett & Son.
Wo hnv<* fitted mom than twenty
thotutaud pair* of" Spectacles. trlvlngim
a record and experience uneq uullcd by ci
snv oilier optician In West Virginia.
Sat lathe t Ion ininrant eed. a
JACOB W. tiltl'ISll. Optician. ri
No. liiOti Market Street.
Opening To-day at CARL'S. ?
BRIEF MEXTIONINGS. G
Event** In and About the City Given in
Grand to-night?"Kelly's Kids." c
The Gentry dog and pony show con- tl
eludes Its Wheeling engagement this S
afternoon and to-night at Bridge park, tl
Mrs. Mary McLaughlin was fined II J1
and costs by Squire Oreer yesterday, on '
complaint of Mrs. James Studd. A
breach of the peace was charged. In
default of payment, Mrs. McLaughlin
was given ten days In jail.
The funeral trt the late Mrs. George
Laughlln occurred yesterday morning,
from the home of Mrs. Sidney I'.
Laughlln. at Woodsdnle, nnd was large- f
ly nttended by friends and relatives.
The Interment followed at Greenwood.
William Downs, toll-keeper out raid- ?
well's run, yesterday made complaint "
before Squire Greer ngnlnst Newton *
Gilbert, charging profane language and* u
a breach of the peace. Later the r
chnrge was wlthdrnwr. the defendant *
paying the costs. *
There, will be a special meeting of the
stockholders of the Carroll Club tonight,
for the purpose of discussing the
winter programme, it Is proposed to
make-the coming season as attractive
as possible to the large membership of t
Philip C. Wensel, picture dealer, of c
270:' Chaplin** street, yesterday after- p
noon entered u complaint at police
headquarters that thieves bad entered
his place of buslnea* nnd stolen goods
valued at $10. The police are investigating,
but no clue to the thief hns been
The council committee on streets, al- III
leys h'nd grades met last night nnd dls- tl
cussed the application of Swift A Com- A
pnny for the partial removing of the fti
scale house at the corner of Sixteenth w
and Eoff streets, where the firm pro- poses
to build a large meat Htorage
Yesterday nflernoon nt rt o'clock occurred
the death of Mrs. Lena Keller,
of 1306 McColloch street, at the home of
her son-in-law, It. Conrad. The de< eased
was in the eighty-first year of her
age. The funeral will occur Friday at 3
p. m., with Interment nt Peninsula i
Yesterday morning occurred the
death of Mrs. Maria A. Kammer, wife
of Mr. Ottmer Kammer, at the family
home, 400 Main street. In the seventy- tl
sixth year of her age. The funeral oc- ?
curs Friday at 8:80 a. m., with requiem
high mass nt St. Alphonsus church al !? w
o'clock. The Interment follows nt Ml. pi
K. or ?\ Card*. a
Rmboiwed K. of P. Addrcsa Cards
at reasonable price* at tho imHIIgcncer
office. I t
Many dlfTVrout ntylo* to seloct from. | O
rHE PIPES WILL The
Late Physician's Sod Endea- V<
voting to Prove Insanity.
rHE TRIAL BEGAN WEDNESDAY so
[n-the Circuit Court Before Judge
Hcrvey, and Is Attracting Unusual
Interest ? Able Counsel Employed
on Both Sides and a Hard-Fougbt UOr
Legal Battle is on?Sereral Witness- COF
es Testified Yesterday. OUt
The efforts being made by Dr. J. RPlpe?,
of Cleveland, to break the. will of aflC
:he late Dr. John H. Pipes have culmi- p
lated in the ca*e coming to trial In the
:lrcult court. Judge Hervey. The trial gyg
>egan yesterday morning. The plain
iff Gileses that the deceased pnysic;an
vas insane when he made the will,
vhlch Is dated November 1,1898, a few
nonths previous to his death. In the OIIC
vlll the son was cut off with $300, the
tulk of the estate going to other heirs.
The case bids fair to be fought biterly
in the present trial. Very able
egal counsel has been employed on
>ach side, Congressman Dovener. Col>nel
Robert White and G. R. C. Allen
tppearing for the contestants, while
dessrs. W. P. Hubbard and Nelson C.
iubbard are representing the defense.
Not much time was consumed in neectlng
a Jury, which Is composed of the V* t
ollowlng: Joseph Daum, i5.vC. Deitz,
fohn Weisgerber, W. A. l3est, Andrew
loss. Alfred Ulrlcb. Louis Rumick,
Valter Wood. William Wood, llarry
loth, J. A. Bell and A. M. Rice.
The opening statement to the Jury
*ras made by Colonel White for the
ilaintiff and by Mr. W. P. Hubbard for
he defense. Colonel White asserted
hat the plaintiff would prove that the ^
vlll in question was the work of an JilU1
insound mind. The deceased, he said, nvp
vorn by bodily pain, had resorted to
larcotics which had affected his mind pg|Q
efore the will was drawn.
For the defendants, Messrs. Thomas
Y. and Georgo Pipes, who are the excutors
of the will. Mr. Hubbard, In
cjji j, uanct icu mui mic .
rould prove that' the deceased wan of
ound mind, even admitting he took
rugs as claimed. It was not within
he province of the Jury to say whether
r not the deceased had acted wisely "IT
11 disposing of his property, for he had
he right to dispose of his property as
le pleased, and the Jury was only to
lecide whether or not his mind was
Cashier William Noll, of the Cameron
ank. was the first witness, and testled
to having witnessed the signature
f Dr. Pipes to the will.
Dr. Harry M. Hall testified that the
leceased used excessive quantities of
arcotica. He concluded that the deeased'a
mind had failed.
Dr. S. A. Hanlng was the next witess,
who also testified to the excessive
se of narcotics. He, too, believed his
lind had failed. He was given a rigrous
cross-examination by Mr. Hubard.
and made several important ad- mr
The third and last witness of the af- ?
ernoon was Dr. Schwlnn, of the South
ilde, who did not believe that the de- J
eased's mind w?* unsound. ML
The court adjourned until this mornig
at 9:30 o'clock. ,
In the Circuit Court. t
Yesterday, In the circuit court, Judgn
[elvin, the following cases were con- *
Idercd: ' ?
Ada Neuhart vs. Frank McFadden,
nlawful entry and detainer, an appeal
rom Justice Caldwell; verdict for the Cap
Ella Murtaugh vs. Wheeling Railway
ompany; demurrer to declaration
Before Judge Hen*ey:
Tntn?a Rrnwn At nl vs. U'pnilM RrOS..
t al; final decree entered as to title in
roperty and distribution ordered.
Agnes Me A dams vs. S. N. HI rat, et
1; court confirmed the commissioner's
pport, sale of property decreed and
istrlbution of funds ordered.
The Jury In the case of Clarence Biggs
s. the Wheeling and Citizens' railway
onuuinles remained out all day wfthut
FORAKEK AND NASH
ire to Speak at Cndis and Ulirlclisvillo
Among the most Important Republlat
meetings In enstern Ohio are those ?11
t Cadis In the afternoon and at Uh- IT I
Ichsvllle at night, next Saturday, Oc>ber
7, and a number of Wheeling and
ver-the-rlver Republicans will be In
ttendance. The speakers are ITnlted ,
tntes Senator Foraker and Candidate
corge K. Nash. PW*
Messrs. StlfW & Co. Thanked.
The Woman's Union Benevolent So- JL
lety desires to return Itp most hearty
hanks to the dry goods firm of Geo. E.
tlfel & Co. for Its generous donation to
he society, and It Is the society's sin- a 1
pre wish that the Arm may round out "l
mny succeeding anniversaries to the \ J
idlest measure of prosperity and sueBSS.
MRS. A. W. KELLY.
MRS. W. J. W. COWDEN.
Opening To-day at CAUL'S.
ALL STOCK-FINE TAILORING. j
Your at ton t Ion Invited to our targe
ml handsome line of Fall Woolons?
II entirely now de^lgim and ninny exIumIvo
novelties of which %vo are hoIo
gent*. The stylish get-nn mid fh?hitiuble
Hpneiiranee of our gnrmentw a
eootiimeuil thenisidvoH. 1'rlwjn reaunable.
C? IIKSS 4b HONS. '
uHliloiuiblo Till lor* mid Fine Furnishers,
lilttl-l.'IWI Murket street.
Opoulng To-day ut CARL'S.
Ilongh Dry Washed, Starched and
rled o cents per pound.
Flat Work, Washed and Ironed, 6 (
cuts per pound. t
All hand work finished 10 cents per
onnd. At LUTE BROS*.
*Tiur Home Steam Laundry.
Opening To-day at CA HL'S,
Steamship Tickets. ^1
J. O. Tomllnaon. ngent Pennsylvania JT
ncs, No. R Eleventh Htre?t, Is nuent for \ll
?e North German Lloyd, Cunard,
cnerlcon, French, Anchor. Red Star nd
White Star lines. Sec him for lowit
When you feel that you have tried every11UK
anil everyone, consult ue. A dally
crtirrenee i* th* surprise shown by the
r?n?*nt?^l patlontH nt our oltiee.
1)3 yon have headache? I'o your eyon
nt??r? l)o they mnart or burn? Doe* the J
rlnt run toitcthxr uhen reading /
For any troublo of your eyeii eonnult u*. f
o mnk?? kIohxi^ nt popular prices. Mak* /
careful examination frea of charge. ^
PROF. H. SHEFF,
lie Scientific ?'ornor Main
ptlclnu and 11 tli St*. Ummm
Ckr 3(*t CMktm. I Gkt SC,t Cklklin.
lot h incj Sense.
Any clothing is clothing, true, so any coffee is coffee,
any flour is flour, but grades differ. You want the
st. It's so with clothing: there are grades?you want
best. If you understood clothing as well as you do
fee or flour, it would be easy to determine, but you
i't. How should you? When you are going to buy a
nmodity whose value you don't know, it is best to pick
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a house whose repatation ror nonest, square aeaung is
ablished beyond a doubt, and trust to their experience
I reputation for good, honest treatment. The HUB
OTHIERS have that reputation?strictly one price to
rybody?a black and white guarantee as to quality, and
money back guarantee in any and every case you dend
it. There are: many dealers in clothing, but only
: HUB CLOTHIERS?theirs are stylish, good weaves
[ fit. If you still have doubts look us over.
Men's Fall and Winter Soils commence at SS.N to J2I.NL
Men's EaU Overcoats commence at &N to J25.W,
Boys' Short Pant Snits commence at JIJI to $ 8Jt.
Boys' Long Pants Snits commence at J3.K to jlgJl
pedal This Week.
Extra Heavy Blue and Black Men's Serge Snits, en
Single or DoiMe Breasted CpO# JU
BB THE HIJB.kkl
" " " """ ~~ ? ? 1 rinnoncu^
Market and Fourteeth Streets.
Skier's Clothing Sfouat. j SZaer't Clothing Mouse.
? - -r Jg- "? - i" ?
a man needs
IlllltJ in the autumn is a
W IS spring suit may be warm enough during the
J early autumn days, but during'the early mornings
and late evenings a Top Coat is a necessity.
* In no other garment is style sfffesseWial and the
> lack of it so apparent as in a fjpp Coat. Those
j? of our stock which we sell gt $7.90, $8.50,
;c $9.00, $10.00 and $12.50 we warrant equal to
first grade tailor made-to-order garments.
Our Ten Dollar Silk Lined Covert Coat
an Idea of Overcoat Value Here
Twelfth Street Clothing House.
Sto. 51 Cagtor Co. I Sco. St. Cailor Co.
E07 R. TAYLOR! COMPANY.
Wc invite your inspection of our Fall and Winline
Ladies' Suits. Separate Skirts.
Rainy Weather Suits and Skirts.
;ioth Jackets. Velvet Jackets.
Cloth Yelour and fiolf Capes.
Far Garments. Small Furs.
Silk Waists. Silk Underskirts.
SO. R. TAYLOR COMPANY.
?oeke Shoe Com pang. | ?ockc Shoe Company.
Money and Shoes
1 JL / ?rc bolh necessities?one as
j \ 0 1^^^/ * "1e other. Wc require very liitle
V~|L . L^n/ ?' your money for a great dctl of
L Va,UC ?Ur 'l100'Men's
Genuine Boy Calf and R?v
ft*\ >illn Ca"' leather lined ami three
n**| Vj/ /w \ heavy soles, the greatest winter sine
D J Reeling, at
HJSZ' LOCKE SHOE COMPANY.