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FALL SUITS?M. GUTMAN 4 CO.
f ''' ....MMWe Never ; oa. a e+;ii OUUIU OL111. S 5 WE CANT AFFORD TO I a o + 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. czxt t -i- cm rrrc 1 1 IWi-L W-J V-/ 1 1 *?/ 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 thousands of them. In the mammoth assortment is every material, both domestic and for eign, 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. "d We've Got 'em ! M.Gutman&Co., Reta^'Department. Main and Twelfth Streets. THE KENWOOD BIGYCLE-K. HOGE.' TWENTY-SIX POUNDS. GUARANTEED TO HOLD 200 POUNDS. ===COME AT ONCE AND SEE THE=== ./ The Kenwood, THE GREAT CHICAGO LIGHT ROADSTER. *-___DOKT'T IiOSE TIME: ? A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE -%.?-%,W!LL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY.^t^. WE ALSO RENT BICYCLES. The Pnaumatlo Makes Its Own Cood Road, Easy to Learn, a Delight to Ride. KT- HDOE. ^T^RKEST ST. ?*. A A ! ? - ? PLUMBING, ETC. BLANK BOOKS. ETC. Trimble & Lutz, BLANKjs*: Supply- House. ^BOOKS, PLOHBIHG AND GAS FITTING, Stationery, Wall Paper, Baby Carrinitos, Cay Books, Journals, Ledgers, STEMS AND HOT WATER HEATING, Cnsii ana Trial Balance Books, Hocords and Dockets, Memorandum and Pass Books, Flat oponing Jour i l"i?? of tlio Cnlobratod? nals and Ledgers, made from WestSaoir and Mursli Steam Pnmpj orn linen papors, guaranteed first?Kept Constantly on Iliuia. class binding aad paper. woo ??i ltioa siaruot street, wi.?i|U I Mn yoa some big bargains In TO NATURAL GAS CONSUMERS I BIj-a-IvrK; BOOKS! Suvo your monoy una oliinln butter raulta Ton tons Blank and Memoranm using llllHIKItD'S I'Molit Improve. .**" _* ? l? ?f ? II ?? ??(. inlnrlflo ua? iturucr, lor cook stoves ?ud J ' Books in store. AH the best ri i'w No muoko, no smell, no dirt, no buck Inks and Mucllago mado. Stool Pens inhhif. Perfect combnaUoo, perfeot oontrol of 0f all kinds. Solo agent for Leon U.,? "*n? oi?d 'w wSSS^wli. fk?m 3 h^cks & Co-'s celebrated Glacit<>4Dnt'riH'iitandcivesutlNfaotoryrosulta. Call num Pons. John Hollands Gold aw m.h> thorn at GEORQE HIBBERD ? fountain Pons. LxcoUlor bleeping Y^r **tr0Dag0 80Ucali3<L andgroatMtvariedii^StoteT* "yy ILLIAM IIAHE & SON. SOLO ltETAIC AT WHOLESALE 1'BICES. Practical Plumbers, joseph GRFt^ES, CAS AND STEAM FITTERS. 26 Twelfth Street. ?Jy6 Xo 88 TfVBLVTIl STIIKCr. ? All vrorfc dono prompt!? at reasonable* pilees. FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. ' * AIR MATTRESS eaffi ISTELMOESCEIi, ^ 0nly ^ fcBms 26 ASD27FOLHTEEKTH klBIU. in the World. ELECTRIC IN CONSTRUCTION. Has a Thoroughly Equipped Job hyuie&ic is principle. _ , CnllanrtSeoTlicmat Printing Office. bbrvsoht's, 1116 Main Street. BOOS AND C0MHEBCI4L PBINTIHG /INLY THE BEST quality OP uumu """""" VjJ STATIONERY. ' Tins FINEST ink and THK NKAtV'-Sr TYl'K us U90d tn tin comA SDSOialtV. mCre1*'rai,H&ffl&StNC?RJOBOFFIOIl LOCAL BREVITIES. Matter* of Minor Mo moat In and About the City. Tuk Grand thia evening?"The Devil's Mine." Wiwi cherries ate said to be quite plentiful this (all. It la aaid that aqulrrela are scarce hereaboute tbia (all This evening tho Island club will formally open tlielr <jew quarters. Tuk Forty-third street Sports dofeatod a picked nine yesterday afternoon at the foot of Mozart bill. Tits puddiera at the LaBell* laid off last niuht on account of the excessive hoat, but will resume aa uaual tbia morning. Georqe L. Dobst yesterday acted aa catorer for aix difloront weddiugs, cer tainly a rare record in a town the mz6 of Wheeling. At tbe Elks regular meetintr last ovoning another member was added to the roll and more accepted by ballot to be initialed later on. 1 A number of Whooling baso ball craiiki and other people will go up to Pittaburgh to-day to take in tbe ball gamo and tbe exposition. The weather yesterday was about as . hot us it has boon at any liino in tljo summer, and if anything it had a more oppressive eQect on people. Reserved seats for "The Isle of Champagne," at the Opera Home Saturday night, wero in good demand yesterday at 0. A. House's music store. A vao, two drnnks and two disorderlies made up the docket in yesterday's police court, and every man on tbe list wont to the hill in default of his fine. San Jenninos and Kosalie Carpenter, the colored youths who elopod night before last, were found yosterday morning in Martin's Ferry and brougb t home. Okpicbk Haberfiblu last evening ran in Goorge Bkoid, on a charge of disorderly conduct. It was said he had insulted a woman up about Elevonth street. Charles Burrtps, a colored barbor, robbed bis employer, James A. Hunt, of Market streot, Wednesday night of some fine tools, and mads good bis escape. Aiis Hanna, whilo scuflling with a friend in fun, was accidentally pushed through a large plate glass window and narrowly escupod being badly cut by the falling gloss. Mil Ball, agont of Barnutn'e show, ' was here yesterday arranging for the appearance of tbo show here on Wednesday, October 18. It comes from Washington, Pa. A marriaqe license was yesterday issued to David M. Stewart, aged twentysix, a divorced person, and NoviHe A. Dnnlnp, aged twenty-five, a widow, both of Midway, l'a. The now atone rotaining wall in the rear of tho Hoarno tabernacle has been completed, and with tho piling drivon in front will it is thought hold back all right It is noarly six foot thick. Yesterday afternoon a young fellow by the name of Harry Brown was arrested while picking a lock in a big tool box in the Stamm houso alley. Ho was released later on promising to do hotter. Tho police first gave him a good scare. The Muscatine Oat Meal Company, through its agent, Mr. Jamos Cummins, of this city, presented tho Now City Hospital with a caso of its justly renowned Friend's Kolled Oats. Tho management takes pleasure in thus acknowledging their kindnoss. The river was at the'20-inch-mark last ovoning and Btatioary. It is not expected that it will got any lower, bat a rise is not expocted, either. Maviga tion is practically susponuoa ntriun, tno only boats running being tho C. H. Woods in tho Now Jlatamoras trade and the Virgin Ratliff in the Clarington trade in tho place ot the Liberty. WORLD'S PAIR TOURISTS. Peoplo Comlnff from anil Going to tile lilE Exhibition. II. Worthington left yesterday. William B. Cooke returned yoatorday. Miis Mary Burke, of the EaatEnd, has returned. Edward Steele, of South Woods street, left yesterday. Mrs. Charles Flshor, of tho Island, returned from tho fair city. Gale G. Emsheimer loft yestorday afternoon to tako in the fair. Miss Ella Watorhouse.of South Jacob streoi, returned yesterday after an extended stay. W. 0. Armbrecht, the South Side druggist, and party, returned yoatorday oyer the 0., L. & W. road. Edward Holireator, of the South Side, yoatorday rotnrnod aftor a two weoke visit at Chicago and tho fair. The statement in yesterday's paper that Mr, George Wise bad gone to the fair was a mistake. He ana his family returned some time ago from an extended sojourn thore. Among those leaving over tho B. & 0. yesterday wero Mrs. A. Mabis, Miss Amelia Stamm, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Stamm.J. K. Hall aud son Frew, Andrew Hare and a party of seven. Nomody need suffor from languor and melancholy if thoy take Simmons Liver Regulator. Just rocoived. one case all wool Corded Dress Goods, in plain colors, at 46c a yard, worth $1. Also 300 dozeu Seamloss Half Hose, in unbloached and brown mixed, at 6c a pair, worth double. Geo. M. Ssook & Co. World's Fair Short Line nnd Low Rates. Tho Pennsylvania Lines, round trip, September 21, $11 from Wheoling, 5:3Q a. in., contra! time, children under 12 Sears, S3 SO, Rood returning until Octoer 1,' Inclusive. For details ploaso apply to J. G. Tomlinsou, Ticket Agent, Wheeling, W. Va. , 11 to Chlcngo, ftoptnmbor 10, via G., L & W. Hallway. For special train, leaving 8 a. m., city time, on Septombor 10, the Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling Hailway will sell excursion tickets toChicago and return for ono (are for tho round trip. Tickets aro good lor ten days, and in coachoi only. J. ? Terry. O.F.if.A. Try it. Foralameback or forapainin tho side or chest, try saturating a' piece of flannel with Chamberlain's Fain Balm nnd binding it on to the affected pari. This treatment will cure anv ordinary caso in one or two days, fain Balm also cures rheumatism. 60 cent bottles for sale by Chas. R. Uootxe, Will W. Irwin, Chris. F. Sclinepf, Chas. Menkeineller, Win. E. Wllllamd, a L. Brice, A. E. Bchoelo, Will Menkemeller, John Coleman, Richards A McElroy, Wheeling; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport, ?od B. F. Peabody A Son, Ben wood. .Fob good feet, sound limbs, keen eyos and large lungs, buy a Wyoming horso. *9 the World's Fair nt Hole. $11 round trip -from Wheoling, 6:30 a. in., central time, over Pennsylvania Short Lino, Keptembor 21, good to return until October 1, inclusive. For details please apply to J. G. Tomlln;on, Ticket Agent, Whoellng, W. Va. . r . 1 'I n?1 ' SHOES?AlEXAJIPgR. ^ ?THB* '? jMissing Link \k 9 For jrcari tbo shoo nun'* dream & \ has been to produce A PERFECT \ m mTiNo, stVluu ?pu good 0 ^ WEARING SHOE, at a prloe within ^ ? tbo reach of the ma?e?. ^ iwE HAVE IT I '' ^ ^ ^ . It you will take tie trouble to ^ ? look In our allow window thlrVeek ? ^ you will we Shou that All tin ?je ^ A With beauty, lit tbo loot tor com- ^ V fort, end weir u yon llko tbom to V ^ wear, and they coat but JW ? $3-00- ? * ALEXANDER, * ^ ?Shoe Seller,? ^ f 1019 Main Street. ABOUT PEOPLE. Sfcrnnffera In tho City nud Wheeling Folks j ' Abroad. ' 5ff. iL Flaccus loft last evening for Cincinnati. f Nate Fail has returned from a rahort visit to Cloveland. J. F. Stuck, of Grafton, was at the Windsor yesterday. Rev. Father P. 6oger, of Woodsfleld, 0., is a Behler guest. H. R. Allen, of Washington, Fa., was at the McLuro yoaterday. Mlta Georgia Boome, of Slitprsvllle, was in the cily-y$aterday. John W. Urling and.AU Tiernan left laat evening for ntUbuig; > ' Mrs. Annie HoSman, of Chicago, Is the guoat of Ialand frierda. Loin Marplo and brother, of Shorrard, aro visiting frienda in the city. Frank E. NicboU, of Fairmont, registered at the Bohler yusiordoy. Mrs. Carrie Berer, o( Thirty-first atreet, ia visiting frionda la Cleveland. John H. Ewing and C. W. Franzheim loft last evonlng for Washington, D. C. Benjamin Stout, of Bockford, aad H. 0. Noale, of Parkeraburg, are at the Beblor. John M^Nov, of Wayneaburg, Pa., ia visiting hia daughter. Mrs. S. J. Pipes, of Ghapline street Mrs. W. F. Bartb, of Wellaburg, and Mias Jane Holt, of Steubenvillo, wero at tho Stamm yesterday, Mrs. George Miller, of Twonty-second street, loft vostordny for No# York State to visit her brother. Miss Rose Lukins will entertain fnonns this evening at her home, on North Front atreot, Ialand. i Dr. J. J. Richardson, of Moundlvtlle, will sail on the steamer California, of tho State lino, on tho 21at for Europe. rv^tr 01 1 j U-.1J- t'_.l b... u. in. o(ownrt nuu unuu, uiarneu uwo yesterday, dined at the Windsor, and tben left for their home at Midway, Pa. William Frandenberger, Joseph Hall and Georgo W. Gossett, ot Steubenvllle, were rogiatored at tbe Behler last evening. A. U. Heiscy. commercial superintendent of the united Stato'B Glass Company, was down from Pittsburgh yesterday. R. C. linger, a popular candy salesman of Cincinnati, is at the Stamm. Ho is on a pleasure trip and stopped off hero to son bis friends. Cbiof of the Fire Department Frank Uealy is laid up with rheumatism in' his legs. As soon'-as he Is able to travel he will go to Mt. Clemens. Rev. Dr. James Mills and Rev. W. L. Davidson were in tbe city yostorday on their way to attend tjie East Ohio conferonco, now in session at East Liverpool. Jamos W. Englo, of Harper's Forry: 0. W. Arnott and son, of Fairmont; 0. N. Robb, of Parkershurg, and Charlos C. Sbowalter, of the Pruntytown reform school, are at tbo Stamm. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Murray, who have been Jiving in Wheeling, will shortly remove to Cumberland. Md., where Murray Bros, have secured the contract for the etono work ot a largo court house. To counteract tbe desire for strong drink tiko Simmons Liver Rogulator. HELP IB WASTED J| ' by (he women who 1 ' ? are ailing and aufW? ferlng, or weak and 1 exhausted. And, to every such woman, : help" Is guaranteed ' by Doctor Plorce's i KMVnrifj- Prrarrln I I V I ( tlon. For young girls just entering B- womanliood; woI ? men at tho critical "chango of life"; women approaching confinement; nursing mothers; and every woman who Is " run-down * or overworked, it is a medicine that builds up, strengthens, and regulates, no matter what tho condition of the system. It'a an invigorating, restorative tonic, a soothing and bracing nervine, and the only guaranteed remedy for "female complaints" and weaknesses. In bearing-down sensations, periodical pains, ulceration, inflammation, and cvety kindred ailment, if it ever falls to benefit or core, yoa have your money back. MARIUGD. .FBEW-BAYLITTS?OB Thursday ovontag. Sep. Toinbcrl l, 1893, ut Zaue itnnt M. E. rianonago, by Rev. J. A. Kullorton, Mr. Joiw a Fbkw and Mlu Jinnie IHYurre, all ot this city. WORTIIINOTOK-CALDWELli ? Oa Thunday. Soptcmber 14.1803. at 12:i? o'clock p. m? by itev. it. Cunningham. Mr. Hood Worthinotox, o! Dauvllio, Ky? aud Mia biBXL N. Caldwell, of this city. DIED. 8CIIEPP?Oji Thuriday. September 14,1893, at 22:45 a. m., Conkad scubfp, la the 42a year of bis age. Funeral notice hereafter. UNDERTAKING. JQOUI8 BKBT80HY, (Formerly of Frew & Bortscby), FUNERAL DIRECTOR And Arterial Embalmer, JUG Main Street. but Side. CoMa by telephone answered day or night Store tolephono. <U3; r^bldenop. 60S. . aptf7 1117 Main Street. ?UNDBRTHKBR,? / Am prepared to oondaot burials In a most wfctsfactor? manner: all modem undertaking appliance* and dne black and whit*, funeral card* Competent management guaranteed Comm. Caikots and a fall lino of burial goods. 1 aim to bo prompt., oooslderato and reliable. Calls by telephone: Itesldeuou, alxx. Fnrw?Ho> 211 , aiow?Na sai cjwgEss-o. mqtpeL a. co. '$*~j CARPETS* 1 iiMiiiMiiiiiiiiis? Our New Fall Stock is ready for inspection. The line comprises all the Latest Patterns and Colorings Produced by the Best Carpet Hills la the World. We can furnish you a Carpet from I^CtoS^.OO PER YHRD. G. MENDEL&C?. 1124 MAIN STREET. DRESS GOODS-GEO. E. STIFEL A C.O. WE HAVE THE LARGEST^^aMk'1 Dress Goods Stock ?TUT THE STATE,^- ^ And the most attractive in stvle?and i grade of goods. To open the season we place two of. our specialties-oifsale to-day, viz: Sixty pieces imported Colored Dress Goods, plain colors, that cost 78c per yard to Import, at our special counter to-day, BOo per yard. One lot LadlesVAll-WoolSuitinflej'fcQ inehes wide. variety of (ioloia, at 89o per yard. Regular price 60o. : Our Wrap and Suit Department is laden with bargains in ail styles of fall goods. Geo. E. Stifel & Co. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-D. GUNDLING & CO. " " ' 1 . "The skies are brightening1 "The pressure lightening." **' i~i rfr>> Is Nearer to the lBJ8D^ Goal of Better Times. The incubus will be lifted and the GreatuRe* public, without a handicap, will resume it-siprogress on the highway to prosperity. Our stock of FALL JL2sTD WIUTERi SUITS AND OVERCOATS Never looked "brighter," nor were prices ever "lighter." We want your trade next year and the year after. We're building now the success of the future. An X works wonders when invested at the "STAR." D. Gundling, <Sb CO., 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. rUrtPi 11 urt?-ftLEXAWPER FREW. _ A REALPICTURE awaits every per^^ho' has*oot'called^ to see our immense spread of HKNDSOME FURNITURE The forests have yielded their best products in material and stt.'tas expended every energy in the converslon of that product into its-present * elegant shape. There are many.grades of FURN"I TUR E3 y>f course, but you will find-that the best qualities are cheapest in theMong run. They stand wear and tear best, and look well when old s(hd worn, '; We keep the most reliable FU RNITU R B that is made,_and a It is a pleasure to buyer ftnd selldr to handle it. "4'.' ALEXANDER FREW 1 1U7 Mmln Stroot.