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SHIRTS-M. OUTMAN & CO.
Is increasing every day. The
Our Trade On
Shirts reason is plain, better shirts
' and newer styles for less money
than any other store in town. Sec our new Fancy Bosom
Shirts with Cuffs to match at 75c. A dollar would be
cheap for them.
NEW NECKWEAR 11 All the new shapes, and SiTcs
r\M ca| c 1 here at 50 cents.
,...UIN OnLL... . Ill WINDOW DISPLAY.jljUjl
" 1 O 1 Of Children's
Special baleA" 3.^at
They are broken lots, carried over from last spring, and
were worth $4.00, $3.50, $3.C0 and $2.50. All sizes from 5
to 14 years. They won't last long at this price, and the
best ones go first.
.Gutman & Co.
Rctnil Department. Main nnd Twelfth Streets.
HAVE YOU SEEN Ol'R SIO COVERT OVERCOUS? 1IIEY HAVE A 515 100K ABOUT THEM.
WAIL PAPEU-JOS. GRAVES' RON.
We have barely had time to chancre our ad.?
- . o
having been busy night and day selling Wall ft
Paper. ' 8
The People know where to get the best
goods for the least money.
Universal opinion is we have the best assort
ment shown in this city.
s JOS. GRAVES' SON, 'M?"
Grand to-nlght-rrhe Span of Life."
. t'lmlnal cr,,,,.. |5 no
?"-?Ade ?-ruSt?Iast the
-Mien, arrested hi,p. " Offlccr
M"1 Fa"-en list
. Obs at Ih^tf "l?"11 "ncle Ben .la
k^t ciVLif ke pawn shop. Mar- I
them In!' 80 0racer Bauer gathered
'in mills at the I,a Belie
recent C^'v.ro",n on' account nr th<- '
Plant win SSL? "" en?lne at 'he i
ihisweSJ. B0 ?" ??ay or j
rJJ.".,. hiVi!-1'a!'T<>nlc Si"'" gives Its 1
fth wi; !1' conccrt at the Carroll
PMifSSLft , concerts the
"Hharmonlc has given this winter.
ihU cltv- y?ter
?1'iih v!r l\ '?'?'l,!"ch announcing the
ABOUT PEOPLE. |
"'Ctr .?c ,v?. j
P'^ A In nml.
Havana, where hi"?' S "v" '?
'ienerai Lee and ? ,u'. Consul
'")r and viewed tlie m i ! tlht l,,lr*
Maine. Mr. and Mr?Enw?,,5at".e5hil'
:i' Havana two dnv< ....'i '' stayed
t" leave. but ?, ,!?" wro not sorry
the trip t? cJibi. rt'"r" having
"vSng^toiis1 w"Lt0 miny ?f her
f.'i2a" Corb'-tt i? |n ,'!fpn ? "Aunt
at her son's home li ?. t"' contIluin
?trivarit 8hf> removwl ?? ?? ?'mo uf"
><r death wiii ?'2* l? JlSuben^l?e
'??'rclo of friends. ^rettcti by a Jargo
2lou-el'i.C,lrr0"' ^"^atersvllie, is at the
!|ie Stiimrn.1"0 'S a I'lrl*l'>r'1 register at
at'thTHowSl! I,n" accciUwl a position:
Afitifjch q Si1?", ronttnan, ?f
<ltj. " e visiting friends In tht>
^'&rfi,'LM!!!er' ?f r. woitv
ilr. b" C';un,|,,l,dK|! Springs,
torn* time. bcc" ln ln health
Trafyi'^,,??,a? of lira. Charier ir
^ hospital wmV!"? IJr' ,,as
is iirovt ring. know that
5"?i vtelMtte^tTii^t W"8'o?. who Iuis
f- Mi?|.atfek "e S?uln? II.
\" ' h"Y"|0"r?*,'?,k ''or?. President
meeting of the board to-day at Mounds
T. K. MeKnlpht, of Pittsburgh, well
known in Wheeling society's realms, is
? registered at the McLure.
Thfe Pan-Handle* pay car officials, in
cluding J. p:. Laughead. G. R. Ref-d; J.
II. Dury and P. A. Geddings, registered
at the Windsor yesterday.
ALL ARE WEALTHY.
The '/onrllr* linve C'on?enteil lo n IJlvlalou
of the Commune'* Property, Which I*
iiotv Tuklir; PI nee?Surveying the
Yesterday the work of dividing among
the communists of Zoar the property
that has for many years been held by
! their organization, the Separatists' So
ciety of Zoar, began-. Last week all of
the memtiers of the society agreed' to
the proposed division of the property
into equal shares.
The division and allotment to each
member, his or her share, will be made
by three disinterested men. us soon, as
a survey yf the plat of the property can
be prepared 'by a competent surveyor.
The society never was, nor is it now.
In lir.ariclal difficulties. It Is prepared
at any time to meet its obligations
promptly. The real property, consist
ing of over 7,000 acres of land, Is held In
fee simple, and not a scrap of paper or
any incumbrance whatever Is held,
against any one. \
The story that three women were
! standing in the way ar.d blocking a dl
j vision has been stamped as false by
1 Louis Zimmerman, treasurer of the so
t There are remaining ninety-two inem
! hers, and each will be left wealthy. The
society was founded in 1SH0 by Joseph
Bimeler and a band of followers from
Wurtemburg, Germany, who came to
America to escape religious persecu
tion. Bimeler was made king and ruled
with a tlrm hand until his death. lie
forbade marriage and then- married
himself. The king's mansion, one of the
most interesting relics or the town of
Zoar, still stands.
Arrangements were completed by the
society to begin the work of surveying
and platting the whole property yester
day. The survey will be made by and
under the direction of George E. Hay
ward, a county surveyor. After the
completion of the .survey, Samuel Foltz,
of Xew Philadelphia; Henry S. Kline,
j of Borlver, and Mr. Becker, of Starke
1 county, who have accepted, will- make
a division among the members of the
society with the aid of the surveyors,
! the realty to be divided: equaJly among
| the members at cash values. The cor
poration will' remain and be conducted
by the trustees of the society until the
division Is completed and the allot
I meiits accepted by the members.
The supposition Is that after tlie com
pletion of the division and al> matters
settle down to. a llnal basis the beauti
ful little town of Zoar. ?with Its wealth
of romantic sceneiy, wiM- be turned Into
a resort, and if properly conducted, as
it surely will be, It will be foundior.e of
the most desirable places in eastern
Ohio for a few weeks* outing during the
summer months. Its- members will re
tire from the society each In. comfort
able circumstances ai:<l all of them be
ing industrious and frugal people, will
start the new life in happiness and
DR. BULL'S Cough Syrup has always
been kept up to the standard. It is the
same it was forty years ago, the best
CAItFl'T Itnmnnnt Sain Monday nuil
Tnoulny. (i. aiKXHIH, & CO.
CHILDREN and adults tortured by
burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin
discuses,may secure Instant relief bv
using DeWltt'B Witch Hazel Salve. It
la the great Pile remedy. Charles R.
Goetze, .Market and Twelfth streets;
Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth and Ja
cob streets; A. E. Scheelc, No. COT Main
street; Rxley Bros., Ponn and Zane
streets; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport. 2
DEFENDER BRAND of Coffee, only
packed In one pound cartoons. Try It
and you will buy no other.
CAltl'l&T Koninnnt. finln Mnndny nml
Timiiiny. <j. jm:*m:i, < <?.
A WIIRRLMAN'S tool bag isn't com
plete without a bottle of Dr. Thomas'
Eclcctrln Oil. Heals cuts, bruises,
stings, sprains. Monarch over pain, 2
Of the Sunday; School Association
Worker* o( llie
FIVE NORTHERNMOST COUNTIES
OF THIS STATE WILL BE HELD IN
WHEELING TO-DAY, WITH TWO
SESSIONS, AFTERNOON.AT THE
. ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH,
AND EVENING AT THE SECOND
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - A
LARGE ATTENDANCE 18 ANTIC
This afternoon and to-night the Si^n
day School workers of the counties of
Ohio, Huncock, Brooke, Marshall and
Tyler will hold a convention In this city.
Thlo Is ,the first of n number of district
conventions to beheld throughout West
Virginia, under the direction of Prof.
II. H. Mamlll, field worker of the In
ternational Sunday School executive
The afternoon session will open at 2
o'clock In the new English Lutheran
church, on Sixteenth street, and at
night another session Is scheduled,which
will be held In the Second Presbyter
ian church, on Twentieth street, South
Side. At the afternoon .session the
workers attending will be Instructed lu
the best methods of work In the Sunday
School. At the evening. t*sslon there
will bo a song service, devotional exer
cises'and an address by'Prof. Hamlll.
It Is anticipated that from ^30 to r.00
teachers, superintendents and older
scholars will attend to-day's gathering.
The objects of the meetings are ns
1. To discover our workers.
2. To consolidate our forces.
:t. To plan for county organizations.
4. To prepare for our state conven
In the call for the meeting. Issued by
Chairman Humble, of the West Virgin
it State Sunday School Association, It
If you aro Interested In the lnter-de
nominatlonal'Sunday school work cf
your state or countt* come to the work
ers' meeting lu your district with on
open, hopeful, willing heart. The inter
national Sunday school executive com
mittee gives us the skillful services of
Prof. Hamlll for these nine days. If
these present opportunities are appre
ciated and approved, our under-estima
ted Mountain State will speedily take
her proper place Iti the Sunday school
world. Lot us. the Sunday school work
ers of our state, be hat! as zealous and
faithful to the Important interests of
our commonwealth committed to us by
our Master, as other workers are in
their lines, and we shall steadily ap
proach our goal. A good Sunday school
open every Sunday in the year, within
the reach of every child In the state,
and every child in a Sunday school. Mr.
C. D. Meigs, state secretary, of Indiana,
and W. F. Crafts, ol" Washington, D.
C., one of~ the most eminent primary
workers in America, will be at our state
convention at Clarksburg. April 19-22.
Following to-day's gathering here,the
following similar meetings will be held:
At Fairmont, March 1G?Afternoon
and evening, for workers In Marion,
Monongalia, Preston and Taylor coun
At Elklns, March IT?Afternoon and
evening, for workers In Grant. Tucker,
Harbour. Randolph and Pendleton
At Buckhannon, March 10?Afternoon
and evenlncr. for workers in Upshur.
Lewis. Webster, Braxton and C.ilmer
counties. At this point Prof. Hamlll will
At Huntington?Evening of March 21,
forenoon of March 22, for. workers in
Cabell. Mason, Lincoln. Wayne, Logan,
Minpo. Wyoming and McDowell coun
At Uinton?Evening of March 22. and
'forenoon of March 2:t. for workers in
Summers, Mercer Monroe. Greenbrier,
Favette and Raleigh counties.
At Charleston?Evening. March 23.and
forenoon of March 24, for workers in
Kanawha, Putnnm, Clay, Nicholas,
Fayette and Boone counties.
CAKE WALK DISTURBERS.
At a colored ball a few nights ago a
feature was the cake walk, and Miss^
Lizzie Fletcher, who has wrested the
laurels frotn many a dusky damsel in
this diversion, became dissatisfied with
the proceedings and "done riz a disturb
ance." For this,-little display of temper
and gymnastics. Squire Fitzpatrlck last
nipht made it $1 and costs, and as Lizzie
had no money but a good excuse, ".Mr.
Johnson wouldn't turn her loose," hence
she will lingul:;h In the cells for several
days. Miss Cora Reeves was another
colored lady who created trouble at the
ball, and she received the same assess
The second week's series of special
meetings being held at the First United
Pres-byterlan church, opened last night
with a large congregation present. Rev.
J. II. Hutchman. of Zanesvllle. spoke
and delivered a strong and practical dis
course. He will ypeak every evening
this week, excepting Saturday. There
will be communion services next Sun
day. The public will be cordially wel
comed to these meetings.
FOR STEALING CLOTHES.
H. C. Cnrren, the colored man held for
trial, on the charge of burglarizing
Jacob Bcrger's home, In the East End, is
in further trouble. He will ajiswer to
the charge of robbing Herbert Pickens
of a suit of clothes. The hearing takes
place this afternoon at 3 o'clock, before
WAS SERIOUSLY HURT.
Edward Salllday. a well known young
man, was seriously injured late yester
day afternoon, while cycling on North
Main street. In some manner he lost
control of'his wheel and ran into a tele
Ktuph pole. He was picked up insensi
ble and taken :o his parents' home in an
A MAN stands no chance of being
elected to the mayorship of a city unless
he enjoys the confidence and esteem of
his neighbors. Geo. W. Humphrey Is
the popular mayor of Swanton, Ohio,
and under date of January 17, lSDfi, he
writes as follows: "This Is to certify to
our appreciation of Chamberlain's
Cough Itemedy. My family and neigh
bors have tested It, ami we know it is
an excellent remedy for coughs and
colds.?George W. Humphrey." Sold by
CAltrr/r Kumiinul Snle Momlny unci
Tuottlnj. O. MKNDI'.I.A. CO.
DEFENDER BRAND of CofToo Is
guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
Try it and see for yourself.
(,'Altrr.T KnmiintiL fnlo Momlny mill
Tiicfc.tay. <?. MliNDHI.? CO.
COOK'S IMPERIAL CHAMPAGNE
is an extra dry wine of a delicious and
fruity llavor. No menu Is complete
CAItl'ICr lleiiiiimit Sri to Momlny nml
tun,lay. U. aiKN'UJSI. & CO.
Dr^MUct? Norvo plasters.
IHN nil FERHNT JVAYS
Iif Which on* .1lajr llrmk 'lie Iteallb and
IJImM lln Life?One Wnv (ft Pr?v?ttl.
1. Getting run-down and exhaustod
through excesrlve hot weather.
2. Through loss of appetite and In
ability to receive nourishment from
food arising from the name cause. !
3. Keeping too late hours at night,
and sleeping too late In the morning.
4. Neglecting to take suniclent exer
cise to keep too body healthy, through
feeling too tired to do so,- by reason of
a weakened system.
G. Neglecting to wash the tody suf
ficiently to keep the pores of the skin
G. Keeping up a constant excitement
by fretting the mind with borrowed
7. Taking meals nt Irregular inter
8. Injuring tlio stomach by deluging
it with coploun draughts of ice water.
fl. Through getting in draughts while
overheated from active exercise.
10. Indigestible food taken late at
nlgCit, which cause bllllousness and oth
er unpleasant symptoms.
There Is oniy one way In which
health can be maintained or regained In
spite of all these dangers which menace
It, and that Is -by tho aid of a gentle,
healthful stimulant which will keep the
blood In proper circulation, destroy Im
purities \uhich enter the system, and
give vigor and tone to th\ whole body.
Such an aid is to be found in the use of
Duffy's pure malt whiskey, which phy
sicians so strongly recommend as the
best and only means of maintaining
health, strength and energy at all times.
The strongest constitution Is certain to
break down unless It la fortified toy
some potent ngent of the nature of the
great preparation above named and dp
'IO CUItK A COM* IX OX 15 DAY
Take Laxatlvo Uromo Quinine Tablets.
All drugglnts refund the money If It fulls
to cure. 25c. The genuine lias L. Ji. Q.
on cach tablet.
CAlCl'Kl' Remnant Siile Monday nail
Tueftiiny. ? (2. 31KNDEL & CO.
EVERY family should have its house
hold medicine chest: and the flrst bot
tle In It should be Dr. Wood's Norway
Pine Syrup, nature's remedy for coughs
and colds. 3
C.Mtl'F.T Remnaut Sala Monday auit
Tnextay. O. Al RN DKI. & CO.
THE next time you buy Coffee, try a
package of ilie Defender Bland, and
you will use no other.
KORN-On Sunday morning, March 13.
]$!?$, at 1:20 o'clock, ANDREW J., only
ehlld of Andrew and ilunnah Korn,
aged IS months and 20 days.
Funeral scrvlces at resldenco of parents,
No. 702 Muln street, on Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the fam
ily respectfully Invited to attend. In
terment at Greenwood cemetery.
GALA* IN?On Friday. Mur.:h 11. IS?".
PROF. T. It. GALVIN. In his 39th year.
Funeral from the residence of his father
in-law, William Memmlnger, at Pleas
ant Valley, Wednesday afternoon at
2:20 o'clock. Friends of the family are
Invited to attend. Interment at Green
LUCAS?On Monday. March H. 1895. at
P o'clock p. m.. EDGAR. Infant child
of James and Florence Lucas, aped 1
Funeral notlco hereafter.
] PUIS BERTSCHY,
Funeral Director nnJ
1117 ftlnlii Street, WcntSlde.
Call." by Telephone Answered Day
or Night. Store Telephone C35.
Residence. COS. Assistant's Tele
phone, CO.". aulO
Funeral Director and i mbalmer,
120S MAIN ST.
Under Competent Management.
Telephones?Store. 229; Residence. 750. j
BRUEMMER & HILDEBRAND,"|
FliNOUL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS j
torner Market and 22d Streets
Telephono 207. Open Day and Night. !
PALACB FURXITPRB COMPANY.'
Palace Furniture Co.
. \ Kjv . ? . ,1. ? . * ? ' v/1%3 ? ?? (tfW-Cx* M2SA3
Cf ^ # CASH OR
ClC. ^ CREDIT...
1115 MAIN AND 1110 WATER STREET, WHEELING. ^
TOP COATS?D. GUNDLINO & CO.
A Timely Topic!
For Men and Boys.
Do You Need One?
You do unless already provided. Our
readiness to supply that need is what
we want to impress you with. Stylish,
perfect fitting, up-to-date Top Coats at
If your choice lay between the ordinary ready-made
garment and custom work, we would not blame you
for patronizing the tailor, even at double cost.
But it does not. Our perfect Top Coats have all
the fit, style and tone of the tailor's best productions
at half the tailor's cost.
D. GUNDL1NG & CO.,
34 and 36 Twelfth Street.
I Ladies' New Spring Readv-to-Wear Garments f
? Jackets, Capes, Skirts and Tailor-Made Suits. i
* The handsomest and most exclusive assortment in Wheeling. ?
? Yesterday's crowds were those who learned from their $
$ neighbors what was going on at the BIG STORE. 2
For a pretty China Silk Waist, blouse
front, lined throughout, warranted In
For Handsome Figured.India Silk Waists,
the very latest styles and newest col
orings. You'll 11 nd a perfect tit here.
For the New Silk Waists, pleated blouse
fronts and ideated back. The sleeves
aro full at the shoulder, loose around
the upiScr arm and quite snug arour.d
the lower arm: no dressier or more
comfortable Waist could be desired.
Many at between prices and up to $22.00.
Has a leverage that will
purchase more goods than
ever before. We gladly ex
o tend you the privileges of
? our easy payment system, by which you may pay
? a little each week or month. <,* ^ & -<
NEW SPRING CAPES.
Very pretty now spring style La
dles' Cloth Capes, braided and jet
trimmed, full regular sweep: they
arc magnificent values rr
long an they tji./D
Now Spring/ Styles Velvet Capes,
.lot, Lace and Satin trim- t*/> //y
mlng, the regular $r?.00 >/ )/
Handsome New Spring Silk Capos,
lined with llgurcd silk throughout.
Jet trimmed and laee, ('
gracefully draping, full,.
(?? 07 I or 11,0 now cut Xav>* Bluo
iDO.0 i Sorsc Skirt?, nomo with
*yv vi unyU,|cro ? tucks. others*
brnldod, ruBtlclino lined nntl velvet
$9 >yn For handsome, now. full
.1 Hweop Novelty Skirt.", in
tho latest slindos of blue,
brown and Rrocn, matlellnu lined,
d?< For Figured r.rilllnntlnn
?nl.4.1 Skirt?, cut In the latent
v fashion, nleel.v lined and
Ihe leading Siomefurnisliers.
YOU CAN CRT IT ALL
lUshdu Ilonin Alltrrmnnp't E?t#bU?li? q
incut?See 'IV.clr Mnrktl Street Win- ?
From the Intelligencer, March 14. q
Energy, enterprise and excellence Is f
the secret of the success of the well &
known Arm of 'House & Herrmann, a X
business concern that has established It- A
self in this city by the probity of the In- O
dividual members of the establishment ?
and the fair dealing: fur which It is 9
noted. This house can furnish anything i
that will add to the COMFORTS OF 9
HOME, and besides it has lately instl- ^
tuted a department that will adorn the V
woman WHO MANAGES THE HOME, f
The popularity of the establishment was 9
evidenced on Saturday^ evening last Y
when Market street was blocked for over V
two hours by Interested people gazing V
Into the windows In which were display- ^
ed dreams of oriental luxury in theshape V
of carpets and rugs, another section nil- O
ed with different makes of bicycles nnd 0
then a parterre of drapery which makes O
lovely woman lovelier. ?
House & Herrmann, like John Brown's 6
soul, keeps "marching on;" they are y
not only attuned to the patriotic spirit 6
of the hour, but they are up to date, $
keeping step with the progressive age. O
In this remarkable establishment you $
can furnish your house from cellar to O
garret?with the exception of a gas
meter, and everything purchased can be Q
had on the most liberal terms. Your
credit is Rood there. If you are a little p
short In your bank account for the time $
being. Trust them and they will trust q
you. j A
AO For a pretty perfect lltting Che
ihi vftv,ot Cloth Tailor-Made Suit, In
^ ' two shades of green and two
shades of brown; Jacket lined with Taf
feta; velvet collar.
Ct(\ AG 1'or -Ml Wool Blnck. Navy and
??E tireen Tailor Mnde Cheviot _
? ScrRO Suits, with silk lined O
Jacket, silk stitched seams: new- cut tlar- '
Ing skirts; very neat, stylish and servicea
ble. Others up to JUS.OO.
1 For a handsome Tallor-Mado
Serge Suit, Jacket lined with Taf
feta, new cut llarlnj; skirt.
(i i ftO *'or n celebrated Tallor-Mado Suit,
M.Vil ,,m'a throughout: Black, Blue and
^ ' the New Brown arc the cloth