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FALL SUITS?M. OUTMAN i. CO.
We Never j Stand Still. T" | WE CAN'T ~ ?: ArrUKD TO 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. FHLL ? 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 thou dCUlUd VJ1 LIICIH. 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. . \ FALL OVERCOATS ! You Need 'em. We've Got'em! I\/I rinfmon 1V1> U Li ULil 1 \JV W. Hetan1 D'epartment Main and Twelfth Streets. THE KENWOOD BICYCLE-K. HOGE. TWENTY-SIX POUNDS, GUARANTEED TO HOLD 200 POUNDS. ===COME AT ONCE AND SEE THE=== The Kenwood THE GREAT CHICAGO LIGHT ROADSTER. ? Tir>T\Tfrp XiOSB TIMB! , ' m. A HIGH GRADE BICYCL1 ^- ^WILU SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY.-%,#-%, WE ALSO RENT BICYCLES. Tho Pneumatlo Makes Its Own Cood Road. Easy to Learn, a Delight to Ride. K. HOGET^1?kbts PLUMBING, ETC. BLANK BOOKS, ETC. Trimble & Lutz, BLANK & Supply House. ^BOOK< FLDH6IN6 AMD GAS FITTIMG, I Stationery, Wall Paper, Baby Oai riagos, Day Books. Journals, Ledger* STEAM AID HOT WATER HEATIRG. Cash and Trial Balance Books, Set orda and Dockets, Memorandui and Pass Books, Flat opening Jom A Full Line o! ibo Celebrated? nals and Ledgers, made from Weal Snow and Marsh Steam Pumps era linon papers, guaranteed Aral ?Kept Constantly on Hani class binding and paper. uoo and 1303 Market Street, e.llj.6 j ^ ^ ^ Mm# jQ fpU NATURAL OAS CONSUMERS 1 BI,AN:K BOOK' J. f-iiro joar monoy and obtain bettor results Ton tons Blank and Memorar S? "-in* IltltllKllD'A rntont Improved j?? w-. In lit ,hl wtorttii1 (ma liuracr, (or coolt stoves anil dum Books in aloro. All tho bes r*?. x? emoko, no smell, no'llrt, no back Inks and Mucilage made StoelPon I'nrftoi combuatlou. porloot oontrol of 0( aH kinds. Sole agent for Leo f>; t iiimM br tbo parties using It. All T???rlr? t o, Scra. r. snamntoed u> r*dn? sas bills irom? naacKS <s <j0. a ceieoratea Ulac t- *j iM-r rent ^ud trlva satisfactory results, call nnm Pens. John Holland * Gol Kay? " &EOROE HIBBERD A Fountain Pens. ExcelsiorSloopin fflN S, Plumbers, Oas and Steam Hesters, Hnnchn* for bahinn Larmat stew ?|| Market iiwat Your patrons*? solicited. l/oacnes tor oaDios. Mi-gsftt (toe p'"-u-. .uuimbiu. aus and greatest variety in tliu Htato. ^yiLI.UM IIABE A SON. sold retail atwholihajje pric Practical Plumbers, josbphgrhmbi CAS AND STEAM FITTERS. 26 Twelfth Street. , 1 So ?S TtVKLFTH STUBSr. : A:i rork ilouu promptly at rcaaoaablo prtcos. FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC AIR MATTRES bteuioenceb^ ^ 9n|y pore ?ittrt!! fcijDnrotmtMKTH street, in the World. ? , ELECTBICIX CONSTBUCnOJT. Has a ThoronflWy Eqaipped'Job htoibsic iu pkwcipj _ Coll and S?o Them at Printing onica bbhtsohy'i iH6 Main Street. 001 AND COMHBRCUl PRUTIIG ANIY THR BEST QUALITY v IUJBI1HU ^ STATIONERY. TUK FINEST INK * THE NKATE8T TYPE are used In the C A Soeotaltv. w?SVl3!uofc)CEB JOBomc s -[not for the pjj The Names Selocted as Sol tab' Succeed the Bishop 1 ARE NOT TO BE MADE KNOWN HI The Slato Hade Up By tbo Dloc Council Sent to Cardinal GIIiIm Biihop Cnrtls, of Delaware, tho aiding Officer?Other Proceed Before a Choice Can Be Mad Borne. Yesterday the diocesan council at the episcopal residence on Thirte street to select throe names to be mitted to the church authority clergymen suitable to succeed to bishopric of Wheeling. Bight Bishop Curtis, the distinguished ot tho diocese of Delaware, arrivi tho city yesterday morning anil aided over tbo brief session of council durine Its deliberations, members ore Eev. Father John Mc Rott, Kov. Father Mullen, and Father O'Connor, of Clarksburg. , meeting was beld in tho room of | Sullivan. Father McElligott was t * secretary. Ibe session did not long. Three names were subml but whoso names they were canno known, as the members of the coi are required to keep them se Probably two, at least, of tbo ni mentioned in yesterday's Intellsok aro on tho list. Tho "slato" was forwarded at oni Cardinal Gibbons, at Baltimore, the 18th of the month thebisbo] the archdiocese will meet at Baltii to consider tho choice of Bishop K; successor. nicy win aiao suumu i otmas, which may be tbo eamo t as chosen by tho council here ye day, or may be entirely different two lists are sent to Komo, and customary from these six nominat: though it iB not netessary that should be one of them. It is thoi it will be late >n tbe fall before Bii Kain's successor can be appointed. Select Cutis to Sleet. The Select Castle of the Ancient 0 Knights of the Mystic Chain will its annual session in this city on 26th of September. The business n ings will be held in I. 0. 0. F. hall, ner Twelfth and Chapline streets, agates are expected to be present ( all bocUodb of the state. The visitors will bo ontertainec 6ilverWave Castle, of this city. Ai tractive programme has already I outlined for the aflalr, including a quet at Odd Fellows' ball and an on at the park. The local committee gecuroa excursion rates ovor all roads in tbo state, and special rat< several hotels. I "l>OTll'a Minn." Below is a clipping from the P delpbia LtJger on the "Devil's M company which will be at the 0 Opera llouao next Thursday, Fi 1 5 and Saturday: "Devil's Mine," one of the those der-life dramas in which there i dearth of oxclting incident, was pi at tbe National last night befor audience that waxed very enthusl = whenever the situations became i than usually "stirring." In the I ? act a scone of real dramatic inten introduced, and there are other feal that Bppoal successfully to lovers ol meio-uramaiic. Grape Growing In Ohio Coantr* Mr. W. M. Dnnlap, one of I county's most intelligent tillers oi soil, brought to the Iktelliqsxoei flee yesterday twenty-eight variotk grapes from his vineyard. The has not developed this year to the i faction of this enthusiastic gi grower, but the epocimona, brougt , - yosterday wore well filled, hande 7 . bunches of exquisite flavor. Mr. ' lap bos eighty varieties in his viney Uis aim is to bring out of each the that is in it. Trips for tUo Wagon. E Last night Officer West found The Oullins drunk on the street, and him in out of the rain. Tho p wagon had barely got back in house from this trig^when Jyhn D ley waa louna By utncor scauey, it same condition, and he was also gii froe rido to the city hotel and a night's lodging. . Noah Cotta was brought down : the north end at 1 a. m. by Officer on a charge of disorderly conduct. p Runaway Youth*. ' Last night a Mrs. Carpentor, coli ? complained to the police that her da ter, Rosalie, aged 15, had run am 9:80 last night with Dan Jonnini colored boy of 18. She i? very ! and taller than her companion, wl pretty dark. They had two large dies and were traced as far as tho Isl but no farthor clew to their wl ^ abouts could bo found. ' ) 7Wo Cocoa Yeitenlny. ? In the police court yesterday mor Lawrence Clark was up on two chs of neglecting his doty as garbage ' lector. He was lined $5 and cost " each, but one penalty wa? suspends L his paying the other. Two dri went to tho hill for fifteen days it fault of $1 and costs and a vag got tl days in default of $10 and costs. To-night'a Recital. 3. At bor song rocltal in the t 0. 1 ball this evening Madame Kate 1 i- will wear an attractive costume t it l>y Felix, tho great Parisian mot a Hhewill roudor an attractive progran n assisted bv Mr. Charles B. Ott with 1- tations. Ibis will bo the only or d tunity to hear Madame Bolls in Wl g log this season. k You can bo permanently cured o Opium or Whisky habit without ing your home or business. Dr. ? S3, Woolley, Atlanta, Go., a noted ?p< ist in tbo?o diseases, will if reque send a valuable book to any one ii S. ested. 1 ** Wyosiiko horses are fast galnii ? reputation for tbomielves. ' $11 to Chicago, September 10, via I & w. itallwny. SFor special train, leaving 8 a city time, on September 10, Cleveland, Lorain AWheollng Rai will sell excursion tickets toChlcagt return for one fare for tho round Tickets are good for ten davs, az coaches only. J. E. Teiiry, US. . O.F.&P. To the World*! Ftolr nt Low Bote. $11 round trip from Wheeling, S a. m., central time, over Pennsyh Short Line, September 21, good t turn nntii Octobor 1, inclusive. ? details please apply to J. G. Tomlii OF Ticket Agent, Wheeling, W. Va. lom- * b. Children Cry for Rtdier's Casti SHOES-AUeXANDER. Id to 4 ?THB# f Missing Link! ERE. 1 ^ WRAJUNO SHOE, at i prico ulthm Man A the reach ol the muwa. ? iwE HAVE IT I ?? Pre- ^ H too vlll take the trouble to look in our thow window thti week ling* ^ Ton W|ii nt ekoea thai Ml the ejre ? ^4 with beauty, fit the loot (at camle at ? jortt ,,,4 wear aa you Ufce them to \ wear, and they coat hut t $3.00. tost W 0 _ r. I ALEXANDER, ?o ?<> ^ ^onue oouor?? Rot. t 1049 Halo Street. head 4/V^WWW ^ in ========= Ptho ABpnX PEOPLE. ^jQ Strnnffom In the City and Wheeling Ft "Elli- Abroad. M. A. 8mith, of Huntington, li at Stamm. Loaia F. Stifel left last evening Mgr. Pittsburgh. nado George E. Grafton, of Marietta, li laat the Windsor. ttod, AI. 6. Field's minstrel troupe atop t be at the Bohlor. incll F. W. Flynn, of Wiisbington, Pa ?Wt a Behler arrival - :1 Nelson E. Whitaker loft laat even -NC1R for Washington, D, 0. *0 t,, Misa Clara SchHvar. of Boltlmori Qn visitlnir Island friends. >s of Miss Nellie Wallace, of Bteubonv nore is visiting friends In ttio city. jln's Albert Lawrence, of St. Olulrsv hree waa it the MoLure last night ?,'?? Miss Mary Canninehnm Ib the gi The M ' W* ??n?Tlui 01 Bellalre. it ja Attorney S. B. mlL ol New Mart ions, ville, stopped.at the Windsor last ni| be L. M. Stephens, of New Martlnsv light was on arrival at tbe'Behler yesterc shop Mrs. W. F. VanSirk and Misa . Vankirk, of Grafton, were at the Wi aor yesterday. d The genial Will A. Jnnker Is i bold Pre" n?ent of Al Fields' minstrels, | the he is a good one. ]eet- Miss Cecilia Henry, of Wasbingl cor- Pa., is visiting her sister, Miss 1st Del. Henry, on the Island. 'rom J. G. Ruple, dlstriet passenger age and TJ. 8. White, claim agent, of the I 1 by Handle lines, are in the City, a at- Major Ed. Brnes came np f: ?eon Moundsville last night and took in ban- mlnstrols at tbo Opera Honse. Capt. Charles L, Davis, manage) tj~, the Norway Taok Company, of Nor >s at t0WD' Pa-' 14 visiting friends in city. Miss Callie Eagleson has roturntn her home at Washington, Pa., alti hila- two months' visit to frlonds i ine" Wheeling. rand J. H. Flonnogan, of Grafton, A. iday Buchanan, of Morgantown, and J. Brooks, of Moundsville, registered bor- tbo Stamm. s no Ernest Baer and fampy moved 1 tho city yoBterday Irom l'leosant Val 6 ?.n whore thoy have been livlqg during tie pa8t Bummer. ??Jj Mr. Godfrey Schul haa gone to 1 "ivi waukeeto attend tho sovereign gr lodge of the L 0. 0. F. as a dele( i the trom tha Woat v?ginla grand lodge , Ur. James P. Maxwell returned (i Huntington last evening, where went to place bis daughter at the I 3hio bouravillo boarding school near : the Second City. 1 ?'* Dr. Eobert Reed, o! Wheeling, j is of Washington a flying business trip ' ' morning. Mrs. Howard Haslett, latls- Whoellng, la visiting hor mother, 1 rupe- j)r. Clark of this city.? W/athinQton,. " ln Reporter. J. Clark Neff, baggage-master on Wheeling and Pittsburgh diviaior l|Cat tho Baltimore <Sc Ohio, who baa t sufforing for some time with hay fa has gone for a three weeks' visit Mackinac. imas W. R. Kimball and A. B. Champ took of Cincinnati, oleetrio railway n atrol nates, J. E. and 0. L. Terry, of Cli the land, officers of the Cleveland, Lo: ond- & Wheeling road, were amongthe pr i tho iuent guests that arrived at tho Mcl ren a yosterday. free ? Just received, ono case all v trom Corded Dress Goods, in plain colon Riti, 46c a yard, worth $1. Also 200 dc Seamless Half Hose, in unbleached brown mixed, at 60c a pair, wt double. Geo. M. Snook A C Jred, ugh- MUSICAL and elocutionary recital i ty al O. O. F. ball this evening. j?1.? DO you wnnt a Wedding Gift T It so, light tend the UarjnUn Hole of fine China 10 is Onminrnt^l Hrlc-a-brnc, on Friday him* Saturday of this week nt I. O. DILlvON & CO. iere- For good feat, sound limbs, keen f and lanro lungs, buy a Wyoming he ning DOS'T BB F00J trgus ft by the dealer' col- & brings out so ? on u^rs. / / ttlB? v,els\ , d on / lm pays him bel inks \C?L SdK and says that ! Sr Alsf&fS \ V anted. If ltd OF ( *1 ' 'henrflt or-curt Holla * every case, nade hsT(> JO1"- money back. No other m listn. cine of lt? kind 6 so certain and effec lm. that It can bo sold so. Is any ol reci'. likely to bo "Jnst as good"? ipor- As a blood-cleauscr. floeh-bufldcr, fioel- strcngth-reatoror, nothing can <?iual "Discovery." Irs not like the aarai rillas, or ordinary "spring medldn f the At all seasons, and In all canes, It p leav- lies, Invigorates, and builds up the wl I. M. wstem. For every blood-taint idol- disorder, from a common blotch or el sfed, tlou, to the worst scrofula, It Is a peri liter- permanent, guaranteed remedy, rts == UNDERTAKING. ng a J^OUIS BEETSOHY, 3., I* (Totinerty ot Frew St Bertwhn. FUNERAL DIRECTO ?-? And Arterial Embalmer, the His stmt, tutsii iway c?Sta br telephone answered day or nl >and Store celopliono, 035: rttidenoe 804. i; trip. ; id in ALSX FBBV a 1117 Main Street. 5!30 ?UNDERTHKBR rani* * o re- Amprepandtoocmtfaot bartetelaaaott For blwioryaaunsr: all modern andartakiqg plUnou and Ano claek and whit# lantalea Hon, Oompeteat maufament (ueraateed. Cofflu, CMkauaad'a toll Una tXbarlalia 1 aim to be prompt, ootulderato ud nut . . Calli by telephone: )fk fieUdeacfl, AUtx. r*iw?No, HI . CARPETB-G'. MENDEL 4 CO. *M | CARPETS! ^ Our New Fall Stock is ready for inspection. Ths W line comprises all the # T ofnnf DnHnwno nn/1 fnlAtnnrfo * judical raiicmo aiiu uvivimgo 4 Produced by the Best Carpet Sills in the World. \ We can furnish you a Carpet from ~ 15c to $3.00 tbe PER YHRD, ,or n n/rT-nvTT\THT n n/*\ 1124 MAIN STREET. ilnR " 11 i" s u DRESS GOODS-GEO. g. STIFEL i. CO. | me. WE HAVE THE IAP^CCX- mm - Dress Goods Stock insmo1; Il?r THE STATER r lay. And the most attractive in style-and u grade-of goods. To open the season 80,1 we place two. of our specialties on sale ton. to-day, viz: mti sixty pieces imported uoiorea uress an- Goods, plain eolors,' that cost 78c per yard to Import, at our special eounrem 7 , * , the ter to-day, BOo per yard. pr|?| One lot Ladies' All-W<Jol Suitings, 60 the inches vfride. variety of colors, at j to 80o per yard. Regular pr)ee_60csr ft ; tear Our Wrap and Suit Department is laden with o* bargains in all styles of fall goods. s Geo. E. Stifel & Co. Mil- . , jato* STAR CLOTHING HOUSE?P. GUNOLING & CO. rom "The skies are brightening ^he "The pressure lightening." the , >aw n m Is Nearer to ttiE 2 SKBLjD LBJSljy Goal of Better Times. Pa., ! -,S| ,tb0f The incubus will be lifted and the Great Re ie8n public, without a handicap, will resume its pronto gress on the highway to prosperity. Our stockof *?. ion, FALL -A.2STD WHsTTEIR, lit ntttpro 1 i "kttv ATmr? nr\ i rrri iouilo AiW UVUtlLUAK) 'uro Never looked " brighter,<i' nor were prices ever' "lighter." We want your trade next year and [,at the year after.- We're building now the success ,zo" of the future. An X Works wonders when In?rnth vested at the "STAR." ~f D. Gundling, 5 ^ &CO., 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. me. gjt FURNITURE-ALEXANDER FREW. r A REAL PICTURE awaits every person who has not called to 9 , see our immense spread of 6 HKNDSOMEFURNITURE 4? The forests have yielded their best products in material and art has ' y expended every energy In the conversion of .that product irflo its present * elegant shape. There are many grades of FU-RNITURE ' course, but you will find that the .best qualities are cheapest in the long 'jj, run. They stand wear and tear best, and look well'whw old and worn. * We keep the most reliable PV/RN IT\JRE5*that Is made, and ^ it is a pleasure to-buyer and seller to^handle it. * ALEXANDER FREW , 1117 Main strict.