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"WcAthorTorocnflt for To-day?Fnlr. STONE & THOMAS. Friday Sale... JSj?5l 20 ploco8 CC-Inch wide heavy JNA wifa/ bleached Table Linen, our best cn vm/ C9c quality, Friday uUC | 1 cane 50 dozen Ladies' Fleece i Lined Derby lllbbed Vests and I Pants, 2Dc quality, Friday spc- | 1 100 dozen 10x33 Hemmed Huck 7 Towels, 10c kind, Friday each. f C 1 case 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black Stockings, white feet, n per pair.....'.... uC 100 pieces No. GO Corded Taffeta Silk Ribbons, in all color stripes; also 200 pieces No. CO Plain Color Taffeta Silk Rib- I /| bona, all colors, per yard.... ' I 4*C % COO Picture Frames, gilt, mahogany. olivo and obony mould- I J\ lngs, at each I *rC 500 Tapestry Cushion Covers, I A each I 4C 20 pieces Silk Embroidered Hemstitched White Flannels, 55c to A ft 69c qualities, at per yard T*v;C 100 pieces 80-lnch wide Outing Flannels, all sorts of colors n 1 and stripes, per yard T*TC 200 pieces Sllkallne Drapery, at r per yard 00 100 full length Sateen Mantel Lambrequins, fringed all R ft around, at each ^ T"OC 1,000 Muslin Opaque Window ft r Shades, at each ZuC 100 Bteeel's Carpet Sweepers, at pg STONE & THOMAS. , GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. t kQcSplJndid ACc 1 ^ wV Kid Gloves J Value $I.OO--You Save 32c Pair! J ty Place on sale to-day a direct importation of one b |r hundred dozen splendid Kid Gloves in black, Hf|> grey, mode, brown and red, colors are equal to Jg the best. Ordinarily we'd prefer to sell each Y |r customer but a single pair to effect a wider disfX_ tribution. In this instance, however, the auan- J Y~ tity is sufficiently large to r permit of a more liberal allot- H L WE SELL: m nt?come in and buy what f . , you want. Matrztonl _ J " THESE GLOVES aro not unlike tho j; A. * SI.RO pair. wide, double faced Satin Ribbons ? worth 50c and 05c yard, that we're Pftfisavnnt's now selling at 25c yard. More you ?> Trefouisso^o palr. see and learn of them, tho moro you "jj jl 1 want. A lr" yownc'fl THE MARGIN of this announce?[ LaToscft ment reveals to judges of Kid Gloves J? sV 82.00 pair. nomo brands that have a universal k ? reputation for high quality and rich / Wffrtlielmor'fl colorings?gloves that are certain to g lo $1.75 pair. interest women who want tho best. f REDFERN i Chanmont . Straight Front Corsets?the only lino jr * p * with real whale bones, and we're tho \ i BerthoM M>? Bel1"3' A % 0i?38 pair. Model K, S3.50 pair, / f~ ronutno Modcl G> 54.25 pair. -4 91.SO pair. Shown with pleasure, whether you Je wish to buy or not. iS 1 CUSHIONS?fifty new stylc?-cv- 1 i rincc 91#00pajp> erything that belongs to the inside and outside of a modern cushion, and I ET' Clementina valuable art ideas thrown in besides. Si.oo pair. Foster Cuihions with Jewels among J ? tho new ones. Easex 91>ri0pnlr> UMBRELLAS?Two good ones? J k- V? better than wc have ever before ifrnrlottJi shown at 48c and 08c each. New ^ X. ^l.SO pair. Dent Umbrella*. Holiday Umbrellas W arriving for early choosers, r jfulo^ui^ll.sopr. AMONG SHIRTS . for m*a Just opened are two excep fT vYTi^aM'-T tlanaliy choice aiyle* At $A.&0 e*ch: ^Jj ry ?i.aupatr. An all whita one with neat tucki ^ ??? la.?d between narrow P. K. tpacea, || HL. ... and a neat itrlpad tno with amall Hr * f 1 ..V? jmiIt. pointa acattered between?front plait- ^ ed. On counter about fifty fancy i| Jf Mfava* KM* ahlrt* to eell at 48c each. Are worth "ri fa?? *1 .OOpr. up to $1.00. New Butterlly Bats. Ap Hr . New Patera Leather Bella and Gold Afl!*>r*? Klo*. B#lUnr> lnr '^n "BoJ* Reiuember cur irr*ai apvrtaltiea: B FjV- Uoalery and Underwear. i' a ft HAY BROTHIBa?SH0E3. Yes, The Best... iTh!? store flow not claim all the [ j pood things In'footwear, but when M it. cornea to ! Ladies' $3.00 Shoes | we bellovo we aro showing In the j J "Talor Made" tho Bnapplost and best shoe in Li pi .Mico.mil, tone a pe*p at them In U Eg our vestibule- show cas??"Am6rlcan H j j made for American maids." ; ! Price $3.00. NAY'S, | 1317 Market Street. 0 9AM B. MoKEE CO. SORGHUM AND CIDER. Old-fashioned, absolutely puro Sorghum Molasses, light In color, heavy In body and flavor. Most satisfying. If ir I you like sorghum It will pleaeo IJir you. The gallon Kc; the quart CIDER Really sweet, absolutely puro. Made fimm tho Juice of Golden Russet apples. \V? | never thought such cider could be mndo till wo drovo the spigot In thin Ar? barrel. Step In and satnplo It Tho /.TlC, gallon [$AM B. McKEE CO., | . "OP COURSE." j 'Phone C75, 237-31 Market St. 50kgJntci%enrgr j Ofllce: 25 nnd 27 Fourteenth Stroot. New Advertisements. Opera House?A Lady of Quality. I Grand Opera House?Flnnlgan's Ball. 1 A Shoo Snap?Alexander?Fifth Page. A No. 1 Mackerel?Albert Stolze & Co.. I Canned Peas?H. F. Behrenn Co. I Splendid Kid Gloves 68c Pair?Geo. M. Snook &. Co.?Eighth Pago. Second Floor Items?Geo. E. Stlfol & Co.?Fifth Pnge. $2.50 High Top Hunting Shoes for H.9S? McFadden's?Second Page. Red Fire?R. II. List. J. G. Kline. 1016 Market Street . Highest Cash Price?Alfred Dlmmack. An Evening Call?White Swan Laundry. Baltac's Completo Novels?Stanton's Old City Book Store. Seasonable?Geo. W. Johnson's Sons. The Greatest Hit of tho Season?Ncsbltt & Bro. . JiLfd- ' 20.000. Wo have fitted moro than twenty thousand palrM of Spectacles, giving;us a record and experience tmequallou by any other optician in West Virginia. Satisfaction guaranteed. JACOB W. GRUHII, Optician, No. UJUU.Market Street. " Underwear and Half Hose a Specialty. We carry tho best lines in the city and will sell all our popular numbers at old prices. Sizes as large as 50. Agents for the Celebrated Janos Hygenic Underwear, non-shrinkable and non-irritating ana most durable?also preventing chills from sudden cooling after perspiration. The best 25c cotton, Merino and natural wool Hose in the city.. C. HESS & SONS, Fashionable Tailors and Furnishers, tu&f 1321 & 1323 Market St. ^1 00 Corsots, 75 Cents at the great Inauguration Sale, beginning to-morrow, Nov. 3, to and including Nov. 10. Everything at cost. Nothing reserved. L. S. Good & Co's New Store, 1132-1134 Main street. City Taxes. Discount will be allowed on city taxes up to and including Saturday. November 3. J. K. HALL, City Collector. Open Season for Quail. The oncn season for auall In thin state Is from November 1 to December 20, within which time the sportsmen are allowed to shoot them, but no person shall kill more than twelve quail In one day. Th<> fine Is not less than twenty-flve dollars nor more than fifty dollars. Squire Srolowitz's Court. Mrs. Mary Parks was tried In Squire Srolowitz's court yesterday on a profanity and disorderly charge preferred by Mrs. Margaret Green. The case was a counter charge arising out of a suit brought beforo Justice Dunning some days ago. The defendant was dismissed. A warrant was issued for William Unco by Eucenc Thompson, charging him with stealing a suit of clothes belonging to him. Bllnco had not yet been arrested last evening and thore Is no time set for hearing the caao. In Clerk Robertson's Office. Yesterday In Clerk Robertson's ofllce tho following were recorded: Deod, inade October 22, 1300; by Anna L. Sage and husband and others to Itobert Englehardt; .consideration $2,r.00; transfers lot 6. squaro A In Jonathan Zanc'a addition. Main street. Deed, made October 30, 1900; by L. W. Wilson and wife to 2. M. Ollmore; consideration, I1.S42 50; transfers part of lot K In square 25 in Churchill's addltlon. Deed, made November 4. 1535; by Ilobert H. C. YahrllnK and wife to HenIry Kllwer; consideration, 12.000; transfer* part of lot IS on Jacob street. Deed, madn Octobcr 11. 1*00; by O. 8. . Itoblnson and wife to Kim Grove Coal I ''ompany; consldTitlon IC00; transfers j coal In i'J acres of land in Triadelphl* district. HAVE plarrd *tu<>nts In positions J sine** Sept' mt??-r 1. 1*00. ar?! failed to | supply other appllcatlor.m not having i students ready, but w? arc getting 100 j t ' ' ? ? * . ; wiiKr.uxn nrarxKsa rorxrcit; >% t?u ytu f?*t that yeu ha** triad **tj. I ih-?< *** i*tf?ow. ori?uiT u? A Aa... : o%curr?er* u th? urpri* ??>o?s by ?? vttt oDca ( ? jeu h?i# ix? your ?yM w a;?f * IX.IMT ?m?rt?f Urn! [?h ifi, j>rm* rtsn trg*t-.?r ?rf-?n r??rfin?* Kor ???> tr., .# cf r*?* ? rfBiull rja. V. Risk* ?! ?? at ;K?pultr pr1*M Hh?+ a carrfal eiau>;r.ai!un fr*? of charge. PROF. H. SHEFF, I Tb HolautUlo C*r. Main and ! | Oytk'Iaa...... KtoraoUi (tia% J | ..POLITICS.. I i' Bepublleans of foreign birth 2 who have not lma admitted to X <:. cltlzenahlp are requeated to 2> T notify the county committee- r ,i! man of their dlitrlct, or Chair- a ' man Hornlsh. of th* commit- ? ? tee, who will enlighten all ap- $ ?j, plicants as to the manner of ,j, <r appearing before the circuit X Judge. This should be done to- x & day, as Judge Hervey is hold- <? ? ing a special term to-fl|y es- <? <i pecially for this purpose. North End Parade. Tho fourth and last of tho Rough Rider regiment's scctlonal street demonstrations will occur this evening over tho streets of North Wheeling. The companies, all of which are called for tho function, will form on. Chapllne street, South Side, right resting on Twentieth, and tho route will be on Twentieth, Market, Eleventh, Main to | Jonathan's ravine, countermarch on Main to Fifth, to Market, to Tenth and disband. In addition to the Rough Rider companies, the Slx-Footers, Old Soldiers, Travis Cadets, Elklns Cadets, Washington District Citizens' Club and other local marching organizations will take part, and cordial Invitations are extended to the over-the-rlvor clubs. Tho clubs will rendezvous at 8 o'clock unarp. Aa this Is tho last Republican street i demonstration of the campaign In Wheeling:, every effort -will be mado to get out al ltho clubs. "Cold Water" Special. The "cold water" or Prohibition special train, In the Hempfleld yards, yesterday "morning at 9 o'clock, was the platform from which the Prohibition candidate for President spoke to a crowd of about 200 people. The first speaker was Mr. W. A. Brubaker, of Illlonls, followed by Colonel Sobleskl, of Missouri; "West Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Carskadon; Presidential Candidate John G. Woolley and National Chairman Stewart. AH the speeches were well received. The* train pulled out at the conclusion of tho meeting, and Its first stop was at Bellalre, and later at other points in Ohio. Wheeling Complimented. What was -wrong with Wheeling's turn-out? The over-the-rlver city seems to be famous for Rough Riders, and, In most cases, tne different companies are well drilled. Hats off to the "Wheeling boys!?Martin's Ferry Times. 1 A Successful Affair. j Last night, at I. O. O. F. hall, 600 peo-. ' pie assembled to take part In the first social function under the auspices of ! the newly organized Second United . : Presbyterian church. After the supper, I there was a pianola entertainment, folj lowed by an election for President of j tho United States, In which Mrs. Catt, the woman suffrage candidate, was the winner, and Mr. Woolley, the Prohlbl' tlon candidate, was second. More than $200 will be clcarcd, and It Is the first | contribution to the new church's bulldj lng fund. i NO one can reasonably hope for good I health unless his bowels move once 1 each day. When this Is not attended | to, disorders of the stomach arise, bll| lousnesB, headacho dyspepsia and piles soon follow. If you wish to avoid theso I aliments keep your bowels regular by I tnklng Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when required. They are so easy to take and mild and gentle in effect. For sale by druggists. Jc^WlXttiS S'l'UUlL AT COST, j Great Inauguration Sale of DryGoods, Notions, Jackets, Suits, fine j China, etc., at ACTUAL COST, beI ginning to-morrow, Nov. 3, to and inI eluding November 10. | L. S. Good & Co.'s New Store, 1132-1134 Main street. AJFTER the demonstration tonight, attend tho Ball to be given by j the Morning Star Fishing Club at I Beabout Hall. I SHORTHAND and Bookkeeping are of but little account unless you are I well up In Penmanship, Spelling:, Practical Arithmetic, Punctuation, Capital[ iratlon, etc. We have three men who I devote their time to preparing students thoroughly In these branches. WHEELING BUSINESS COLLEGE. INAUGURATION SALE. Entire stock at cost, boginning j to-morrow, to and including Nov. 10. L. S. Good & Co.'s New Store, | , 1132-1134 Main street City Taxes. Discount will be allowed on city taxes | up to and Including Saturday, Novem1 ber 3. J. K. HALL, City Collector. I Stenographers Wanted. ^ j Telegrams from Pittsburgh are callI In* for stenographers at salaries ran*. lngfrom$45 to J75 a month to start with. I ELLIOTT SCHOOL. ISIS Market Street. j SPECIAL prices on Fall Sultlncs and urercoatlnu?. C. W. SEABRIGHTS SON. El kins Cadets. On account of change In tiro* of pa. i rade In Pittsburgh It will T>* neo??**i\ry for the fpeclal train on the Pan Handle I to leav* Whwllnjc at 9. Instead of id | o'clock a. ro.. city time, a* originally | arran*?d. _ 21 School* In Ohio. Tber* are now twenty-one schooia and collescs In Ohio teachlnr Shorthand. We have th* *??* acm<*y j of this ey*t*m In Vmi Virginia. One J j week's instruction free. ELLIOTTS SCHOOL* 1211 Market str**L j JEAN* Pants, Itnderwear an? OU>ves j *t lowest prlr*? JOSEPH WIKlEKDORrrKlL FAMILY WASH1X0. Xlougb Dry Washed. Starchsd and Drted ? cmtijxrr pound. F?at Work. waaLed and Ironed, ft cent* per pound. I All fcaal %rork fnlahed 10 cants I | per pound. At LL'TZ BROS*. mwmm i-Aaaary. Tba Fmidut a Kara !o Catarrk. ?D. T. 8?.u?? IT.?tJ?r,t .,f Van-.j>l?t Irjiulment ("omj-nny, Wuhlnrtor., }x mntr*. "For I ?u with Oirv>?Jc CaUrrA K?n.^>. an,j ttvM. I rr-nt by prcUU*ta <mijr KAv* bm i*m. ; por*ry rrH?f. onftl | ??, |? um I>r Amr* n ?'?tiirrt.nl )H>w4rr It I im m? limMt tntUnt r?4?f. and h?a rrovrJ l.V1 on? in**! thin* In mj cam t>#k4 Lr CtarlM ic ikMU*. Tw+aih *nd I UArJwtMrcm*-? THE HUB CXOTHXEB& _ ' Tie Swell DresseP can find everything here that isnew'anj po up to the top notch, in fall and winter SiiL styles. Every department is fU|i ta /C\Z* 1\ overflowin6> and ,s thoroughly complete / 71 \ in every detail. Our stock of wfe -w an(* Overcoats \ j[ | is now at its best?better, stroncer. more original than ever before, and at 1 ^ Tj prices no other store can match and give \ I ' as good value. What we show you is \ I the very best products the best makers I can produce. They stand for honest, fla legitimate apparel, faultless as to fit' clean and smart looking from A to Z. It Will be well worth your time to call and see our clothes before you buy?that is if you wish to dress well and are economically inclined. Men's Suits $5.00 to $25.00. Men's Overcoats $5.00 to $30.00. Spccial lines this week at $10.00 and 512,50. SEE OUR WINDOWS ?. MONEY BACK FOR THE ASKING. THF HIIR AAA Li JSL "W li=^5 Fourteenth and Market. BAE-LOCK TYPEWBITEE. Did You Ever Stop to Think > <""" | mm^1 eas^or it would be, aoi: r.t is the object of the Bar-Lock to .;nve time and labor, and iu dohg , this you save money. In the BarE |j ag !' work, therefore you save the tins [M fV and wear and tear on the macklt! I tP ^1 necessary with some of the othtf | i it, but call at 1222 Market Btreti H J* ftnf^ ae0 th? Bar-Lock Typewrite:, >7.DO sent 10 your omco xox uuu? ' ,' .... ' ; ' f: .- v.-*r>. . . . .y I Bar-Lock Typewriter ' r. r. king, Office. Manager. ; : " . LOCKE SHOE CO. Great Shoe Values, j Men's Vici Kid and Calf Shoes $2.00 Men's Vici Kid and Box Calf Shoes 52.50 Men's Shoes, All Dependable Leathers $3.00 . We want your trade on Men's Shoes, and we will guarantee you better shoes for your money than any other house in Wheeling. Locke Shoe Company, j - JOHN FEIEDEL CO. WALL PAPERS ' We have bought the stock of Wall Paper formerly owned by R. T. Chew, at 39 Twelfth street. We will continue the business from Monday morning on at SPECIAL PRICES. Any parties having samples of this stock, we will furnish the paper for same. JOHN FRIEDEL CO., 1119 MAIN STREET. THE CHILD'S CURE WHEN TEETHING.-" fvL Laughlin's Infant Cordial Softtct tfte Cant. ilia ft the ftun, Rtcuctt Idkmart*' I Controls th? Bom4ft. Curing Summer Cottpivfil. Djt^ ibrf- O.arrhaML Hatubnct. Witti Cc':. ic.it. Vl NrtS? *.3 *rry nksbl*. I A > IF*1*9 ***** ?** ** c^erfml km +* **""* 1 K " * '**??* ? *?.-> a ?;.i r???*tvU tVi "if? ? r p -r/ f J**"* * "??? ?"* " <l" r?o t <-> at r?i, m T q JOHN G. McLAIN & SON, j Wf, ST (ft proprietors. v, I PA <\A l205MARKETSTREET.WHEEUNC.wSold by 431 drogylof and d?altr? f*o?r*lly- j tSi, EVERY WOMAN,. ! f'i ?? DP. Peal's Pennyroyal FN?a V1 ***r*"*0!*. ?*? ?*?***?*?'" .Li#-.t- ?t?rtw*. ^>?7lNgraU??<Dr. Wai a^r Md far I*-?" ^ ^*4 j toid by Cm a. 0o.t?. B.-sctUt. cot. 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