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FALL SUITS?M. GUTMAN A CO.
We Never : Stand Still. 7 2 WE CANT Accnpn Tn i J /"It A VT A. I i-f I V i : Our stock, like the register of a big hotel, bristles with arrivals and departures?goods are always coming and going. That's the way we keep the stock fresh. FHL-L- * SUITS. The plain statement that we have the largest and best stock of these garments in the city will bear the strictest investigation. We have literally thoun n ^ r? A"f m dcuiua ui iii^ni. In the mammoth assortment is every material, both domestic and foreign, every shade of color, from light to dark, and all the styles that are correct. If you wan't to see garments that are simply perfect in style, fit and finish, here's the spot to look. j FALL OVERCOATS! You Need 'em. We've Got 'em I R /F ? m JPr lVl.VJIUUIICUl ot< v-#u., RetaaDcFpartment. Main and Twelfth Streets, THE KENWOOD BICVCLE-K. HOGE. TWENTY-SIX POUNDS. GUARANTEED TO HOLD 200 POUNDS. ==COME AT ONCE AND SEE THE=== The Kenwood, THE GREAT CHICAGO LIGHT BOADSTEB. -i K?55 r T->^-?TvT.rr. ZjOSB TIME! A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE -%.^%.WILL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY.-**-^, WE ALSO RENT BICYCLES. Tho Pnoumatlo Makes Its Own Cood Road. Easy to Loam, a Delight to Hide. K. HOGEWHRkETS, JEWELRY. BLANK BOOKS. ETC. S0 ^ BLANKS In Wedding Gifts is what you ? Q want at this season of the year, UVy W1 vvJj S Stntionory, Wall Paper, Baby Carent lines NEW SILVER, NEW rlages, Day Books, Journals,Lodgers, LAMPS and TABLEWARE, Cash and Trial Balanoe Books, Rocand some choice things in new orda and Dockets, Memorandum pum i and Pass Books, Flat oponlng Jour aula and Ledgers, made from WestI r> r>11 i O. nr\ orn linen papers, guaranteed flratI. U. UILLUN oi L.U., class binding and paper. 1223 Market Stroet. ? I can give you some big bargains in PLUMBING, ETC. BJjAWK SOOES! TRIMBLF & Lutz bS sxriifrs IMlVlUlvL, Ut ' Inks and Mucllam mado. Etoel Pens o ? t f of all kinds. Sole agent for Loon OUDDIV HOUSS. Ieaacks 4 Co.'s celebrated GluciJ nam Pons. John Holland's Gold Fountain Pong. Excelsior Sleeping PLDKBIiCr AND GAS FITTING, STEAM ADD HOT WATER HEATING. ' SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PBtCES. A Full Una ot tho Celebrated? i Snow and Harsh Steam I'omps JOSEPHGRHWBS, ?KcptCon.auUy on Hud. 2a Twelfth str(jat, w 1300 anil ISO) Market street. Wheeling ??????????????? ap'jO ?? T~ : FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. u NATUEAL GAS CONSUMERS I ? AIR MATTRESS t?)..rtne Go. Burner, tor cook Itores Mid ",11 4,44 1 414 l*JWW 5i>bin?" wmbtiitioo, oou?ruUit The Only Pure Mattress f? '-'" nnied br the pertlei Alng It. Ail in the World SoW f??QiaHslSgEHRJ?.i!: ELECTBIC Itf CONSTRUCTION. Your piuoowe MUclijI HfHEBIfJO IK PRINCIPLE. VILLI AM HARE 4 SON. Call and Beo Them at BBRTSOHY'8, Practical Plumbers, due Main street. CAS AND STEAM FITTERS. A?D So OS TtTKLFTU SIKRIf. THE NEATJBT TYPE nnj UMd to tba'OonAll work dooo promptlr ?t mmomWo pricw. ?"rcl41 TiSi'uflloUCllJNCBa JOB 6VF1CB t THE EXCHANGE BANK. The Stockholders' Meeting Yesterday Well Attended. THE BflNKWILL REOPEN ITS-DOORS. Ttio Report of tbe Committoo to Canvu lor Additional Stock and Secure Depositors* Signatures to tbe Agreement to Accept Certificates is 'Favorable ? Tbe Prospect Very Bright. Vaalapilow nftnvnnAn tlm al/tstlr Vt uraiuuuu ?uo a bvu&uuiuui a of tbe Exchange bank met to decide whether tbe bank should resume business. Of tbe 2,000 shares over 1,700 were represented at the first roll call, and a number of stockholders came in afterward, ao that less than 200 of the shares wero unrepresented at the meeting. This unusnal showing was in itself encouraging. The report of the committee appointed to solicit $100,000 additional stock subscriptions, making the capital $300,000, aud to secure tbe signatures of depositors to the agreement to accept certificates bearing interest at three per cent, one-third payable in four months, ono-third in eight months, and one-third in one year, was presented. It showed that a majority of tho depositors bad signed t>e agreement, and the committee stated thai all who had been seen had done ao. One or two large depositors are ont of the city, but as soon as they can be seen it is expected they will alto sign. At any rate enough have signed to make it B&fe to resume operations. It was finally decided that the bank should reopen its doors on two conditions. The first was that ail the depositors should sign the agreement, and the second that $75,000 of the $100,000 additional stock must first' be subscribed. Over 855,000 of the sharos have been taken, and tho committee was of tbe opinion that the remaining $20,000 wonld be taken in a day or two. There is no reason to doubt that the entire $100,000 will be promptly taken, and it it expected that the bank corporation will be able to resume the management of Us property and reopen ita^doota.hy October 1. It will then have the largo?t aapltol stock of any bank in Wheeling. THE YOUNGICR HALVINI. He Makn* a Good Impression on a Fine Audience. Last sight Alexander Salvini made his first appearance before a Wheeling audience at tbo Opera House. The house was well filled upstairs and down, in spite of the increased prices. The play was "The Three Guardsmen," not a good choice as a modium to impress the judicious, but it must be said that the favor with which the star was received was fairly won. The auditors were enthusiastic rather than discriminating, olten applauding the situation rather than the acting. Nevertheless Mr. Salvini's acting was worthy of applause. It was intelligent forceful, delicate. His comedy was especially neat. Tho support was satisfactory throughout, and for the most part admirable. On tho whole the women were better than the men, but the porformanca was artistic, even and enjoyable. Tho stago setting reccivod unusual care, and enhanced the effect notably. Spocial scenery was used throughout, and the costuming was correct and elegant iNntlonal Road Repair*. Contracts for furnishing stone and macadamizing the National road have been let by the County Commissioners as follows: First mile from city limits to J. A. Lawronce at SI 18 por cubic yard. Second milo to J. A. Lawrence at $117. Third and fourth miles to August Uurgesson at uu corns. Fifth, sixth and eovonth miles to Wra. H. Fulmar at 79 cents. Eight mile, to George E. Hervey, at 80 cents. Ninth and tenth miles to William T. Crumrino at 70 cents. Eleventh mile to Martin White at $1 15, Twelfth and thirteenth miles to E. H. Bowman at $1 10. Fourteenth and fifteenth miles to John Horn at SI 23 and $1 25. ? ' uiiiawJtr 1 More Trouble for tlie Women! Yesterday morning Stella Gamble was arraigned before Squire Gillespy, on a charge of stealing $13 from an oil man named Alpin. The justice fined her $10 and costs, which was paid. Last evening Alpin tworo out a warrant in the samo justice's court for Georgia Frank for keeping a honso of ill iame, and for several inmates of her house, and they were called out of the Opera house after the second act and put undor arrest Thoy gnvo bond, for their appearance for a hettring:' Alpin is said to have thrtjatened to have a warrant issued every day, but thero will be Si limit fixed to this kind of buainoss some way some time, Sam Nichols at Borne. Mr. Sam A. Nichols, who used to be thft .'unfur flnMnr nf thn flld Whrtolinr* basoball team, haa returned home from the Savannah club which has disbanded. Sam says that the league was all right but the pay was Door, hence ho came home. His batting averace was .352, which was above the general loague average, although at one time he led all batters. He has a letter from Capt Comiikey, of the Cincinnati clnb, requesting him to report to that team on his own terms, bat Samuel says that his ball dayB are over?for this season. Ho may be grabbed up next year. llenwood Councilman Burled. Morrison Hartley, a prominent citizen of Ben wood, and a member of the town council, who died on Saturday after several weeks' illness of cancer of the stomach, was bnriod yesterday afternoon, the officials and councilmen attending in a body. The city hall will be draped in mourning for thirty days. His loss is deeply felt by the whole community, and his wife and children have the deepest sympathy in their affliction. . Lalielte PudUlers On. The boilers resumed work at the LaBelie mill yesterday morning, but the helpers still maintained their claim to higher wages than the boilers were willing to give tbem, and tbe work was done yesterday under difficulties. The pnddfera' wages were reduced in the annul scale, and they think the helpers should stand their proportion of the redaction. It is possible work may be reaame4 as usual this morning. Fox all forms of disordered stomach use Bromo-Soltzer. A palaUblo, prompt cure, 11 SHOES-ALEXANDER. 4 #THB# 1 ^Missing Link !j 9 For years the ihoe man't*<ln*m ^ \ has beon to prod ace * PERFBHT \ m KITTING. BTYLWH and GOOD M ^ WEAKING S1IOK, at a prico within ^ ? tbo reach of the manea. Jk iwE HAVE IT I T" 0 If you will tako the trouble to look la our show window this week ^ you will mo 8hoo? tbat All the eye ^ ^ with beauty, fit the foot for com* V fort; and wear as you like them to ^ X wear, and they ooat but ^ t $3.oo. 5 ? ALEXANDER, < ^ ?Shoe Seller,? ^ f 1049 Main Street. \ ABOUT PEOPLE. Strangers in the City aad Wheeling Folks A brand. Superintendent Van Pelt, of the penitentiary, waa in tho city yoaterday. . Alexander Salvini and air members of hia company were at tho McLuro. Col R. E. Fast and Mlaa Farmea, of Morgan town, were at the Mclureyeaterday. Col. Bob McEldouney, of New Martinsville, waa a guoat at the Windsor yesterday. Miss Bird Reich, of TMrleentHgjtreet, leaves to-day for West liberty to attend the normal school for the coming term. Carl Fulton got home yoaterday from Mt. Clemens, Mlcb., bis health much improved by the use of the waters there. > Congressman A. J. Pearson and family, of Woodafleld, Ohio, were in the city yesterday on their way to WashingMiaa Sink Danford, of Armatrong'a Mills, Ohio, who has been the charmine guoat of Miis Ella Wickard, has gono home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Alford and daughter, Violet, of Louisville, Ky., have departed for home after spending two weeks with tbeir brother, I Charles levy, of the Island. Charles L Conany, of Alma; V. J. Nenno and A. Bruner, of Siaterville; A. A. McDough, ot Farkersburg: C. M. Coast, of BavonswoodjThoj. M. Diggins, business manager of the "Old Soldier" 1 J . Cnt_ buuipuuj, UUU IUU UiUUIUVIO U1 mu W?I vinl company registered at the Bebler. W. P. Nelson, E. Boom and daughters, 0.A. Whiteahot and 0. fiainey and aon, of Sistersville; B. G. iloofe and J. A. Doplor, of Proctor; Charles F. Weishort, of Ravonswood; 0. 0. Johnston, of Clinton Fnrnace; H. J. Evans, of Webster; James B. Fox, of Farmington; all WestVirginianB; C.Dietrich and Henry Dietrich, of Clarington; George W. Ashbough, of East Liverpool, and J. K. Nelson, of Marietta, roistered at the Stamm. Herman L. Arbenz, who recently returned from an extended trip via the great lakes and Mackinac to Chicago, the World's Fair and other points of interest in the vest, and who has been spending his summer vacation at the home of bis parents in Pleosant Valley, loft Sunday evenipg via the Baltimore & Ohio for Bethlehem, Pa., to contlnuo his course of study in civil engineering ' at Lehigh University, where he baa been in attondanco for the post two yoars. Try It. Foralamebock orforapainin the side or chest, try saturating a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's P(uu Balm and binding it on to the aflocted part, This treatment will cure any ordinary case in one or two days. Palo Balm also curce rheumatism. SO ceut bottles for sale by Chas. R. Goetze, Will W.'Irwin, Chris. F. Schnopf, Chas. Menkemeller, Wm. E. Williams, S. 1* Brice, A. E. Scheele, Will Menkemoller, John Coleman, Richards & McElroy, Wheeling; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport, and B. F. Peabody & Son, Beuwood. Centennial of Laying Garner Stone of the National Capitol, Sept. 18. For the benefit of all dosiring to attend the celebration of thiB event, the Baltimore & Ohio railroad will Bell nvnnMiAn (i'/?lra(ii tn Waak ?nrrfnn for nil QAkUtBIUU UMUM WW I USUIH^tWU iUI HU trains September 16, 17 and 18, good returning until Septoraber 21, at the , |rolo of $13.34 from Wheeling. TBS WAY BBS LOOKS t trouble the woman who Is delicate, run-down, or overworked. Slits'! hollow-cheeked, dull-eyed, thin, and pale, and it worries her. Now, the way to look well Is to iw well. And the way to be well, if you're nny nch woman, is to faithfully use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. That is the only medicine that's guaranteed to buQd up woman's strength and to cure woman's aliments. In every "female oomplaint," irregularity, or weakness, and in every exhausted condition of the female system?if it ever fails to benefit or cure, you have your money bock. _____ There i? only one medicine tor Catarrh worthy the name. Dozens are Advertised, but only the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy say this: "If we can't cure you, we'll pay you? $300 la cash 1" t* DIKD. IlAItPKR ? 8unday, September 10.1893, at noon, Many Jake, wlfo ol Henry Harper, in her ~ 70Ui year. Funeral (rom the residence of her husband, 2329 ChapUne ttreet, Tuesday afternoon at 2 t o'clock. Friends of the family are reepectfnlly Invited to attend. UNDERTAKING. jQGUIS BEET8CHY, (Formerly of Frow & Bortscby), FUNERAL, "DIRECTOR And Arterial Embalmer, 1116 Xala Street. Bait adj. Cells by telephone answered day or night Store telephone. 033: reildenoe. Mi ap27 ALEX PRH-W. 1117 Main Street. ?UNDeRTF5ICBR.? Am prepared to oondnct borlals la a meet sitUfaotoiy manner; alt modern undertaking a a nUanotaaad Ane slack and white tnnsrai eudi Competent maufament guaranteed. CoBns. Ouluts and a lalTUneot btirlal mods. 1 aim to be prompt, eonsldenue aad reutbie, CsUj by telephone: ' itesldenoe, Aux. Fmw-So. Ill Store-No. 2* . CARPETS-G. MENPEL A CO. CARPETS! tNmtlMHIHHH Our New Fall Stock is ready for inspection. The line comprises all the Latest Patterns and Colorings .Produced by the Best Carpet Mills in the World. We can furnish you a Carpet from 15c to $3.00 PER YRRD, G. MENDEL & C?. 1124 MAIN STREET. FALL DRESS FABRICS?GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. WHATIS THE STYLE FOR FALL * v';-i The above question asked by almost every lady to-day is a hard one to answer, from the fact that every one has some particular fancy to please. So in response we extend a cordial invitation to every lady to see our line of Novfiltifis in Fall Dress Fabiiis Of all kinds, so varied that space will not permit enumera tion, and we are confident we have THE line of the city. : ' : H ? OUR LARGE WRAP AND SUIT DEPARTMENT Is now filled with NEW IDEAS in the most stylish garments shown this season, in CLOTH andrFUR. _____ ' SEAL SKIN AND FINE FDR5 A SPECIALS. Geo. E. Stifel & Ce. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-O. GUNDUNG 4 CO. ?_____ ?r-r- ~f? "The skies are brightening sSLls "The pressure lightening." n nrv Nearer to.the eHQ^UU LUJ&l^y Goal of Betjer Times. I ' vw VJ. 1 \ ' The incubus will be lifted and the Great Republic, without a handicap, will resume its progress on the highway to prosperity. Our stock of FALL AJSHD "WIUTBB SUITS AND OVERCOATS T Never looked "brighter," nor were prices ever "lighter." We want vour trade next vear and the year after. We're building now the success of the future. An ,X works wonders when in-vested at the "STAR." D. Gundling, <5c CO., 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. FURNITURE-ALEXANDER FREW. ^ A REAL PICTURE awaits every'per^n who has not called to J see our immense spread of HHNDSOME FURNITURE The forests have yielded their best products in material and art has f? expended every energy in the'conversion of that product into its present :j elegant shape. There are many grades of FURNITURE of course, but you will find that the best qualities are cheapest in the long run. Th.ey stand wear and tear best, and look well when old and worn. We keep the most reliable FURNITURB that is made, and . it is a pleasure to buyer and seller'to handle it |9 ALEXANDER FREW "17 2VCa1xx atreot.