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^ FALL SUITS?M. GUTMAN 6. CO.
Gutman's?
ATTRACTIONS
For Early Fall
OUR STOCK AND OUR PRICES
Are the strongest possible argument in favor o
dealing with us. To those who desire to econo'
mize in the purchase of Fall Clothing and Furnishings,
you'll find all value possible crowded into th<
prices quoted below.
MEN'S FALL SUITS.
Careful dressers and economical buyers cannot fail to
be interested in our great showing.
?-$T, $8, $10, $12, $11, $16, $18, $20.
BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS,
(Fourteen to Nineteen Years.)
Our line of 'Suits for the older boys is a remarkably
large and handsome one. Excellent values at
<?q nn cq fin u nn ra qs nn is no $r nil and sun no
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^ CHILDREN'S SUITS.^
Thousands cf Suits from which to make selections, including
scores of original novelties.
Childrens" Suits: $180, $2 00, $2 50, $3 00, $100, $5 00 ani $6 00,
No such stock to be found in the city.
Reliable Goods at Popular Prices*
M.Gutman & Co.,
Retail Department. Main and Twelfth Streets.
THE STERLING BICVCV.E?K. HOGE,, ..
The Sterling!
GUARANTEED TO HOLD 200 POUNDS.
* ==COME AT ONCE AND SEE THE===
GREAT CHICAGO LIGHT ROADSTER,
j^_DON'T LOSE TIME! ~ ?
A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE
-%.*?,WiLL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY.-%.?-%.
WE ALSO RENT BICYCLES.
_ _
The Pneumatic Makes Its Own Cood Road.
Easy to Learn, a Delight to Ride.
K.HOGE f ^MRKBT ST,
F.URNITURE?ALEXANDER FREW.
A REAL PICTURE awaits every person who has not called t<
see our immense spread of
HHNDSOME FURNITURE
The forests have yielded their best products in material and art has
expended every energy in the conversion of that product into its presen:
elegant shape. There' are many grades of F-ljRNITLTRB o
course, hut you will find that the best qualities are cheapest in the lonj
run. They stand wear and tear best, and look well when old and worn
We keep the most reliable FURNITURB that is made, an<
it is a pleasure to buyer and seller to handle it.
ALEXANDER FREW
. ' HIT Main Btroot. ;
COAL. I PICTURES A ART MATERIALS
R.u-D- wiLUB, Oldest Art Store In tne"State.
IOLE AOE.XT ?0*? , MONONGAH
COAL AND COKE, Plolnrai. Prime* Looking Olaws. ArtliU"
TWEXTY.WBSr AND WATKIt STA ""P""1*
. i, Ariutlo Frame*loonier. v
i none 33. Loa<;exporlouct), boat matorlala. export labor
ctoan Lump Coal etfo D?r Bushel. E , NICOLL.
Actlimcllo and Piedmont llleokanUUi Coal 1 '
IB ?toc*. ^ jc27 1223 Market 3iroot.
.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Matter! ot Minor Moment In and Abou
tbe Cltjr.
Uatikes at tbo Opora Houie to-day
Opeiia House tliLs evening?"Uncli
Tom's Cabin."
Free open-air concort at tbo publii
building tbii evening.
A VEitY heavy frost wni reported on
tbe hills about towu yesterday morning
The first chestnuts of tbe a'eason have
pnt iu their appoaraaco on tbo atrool
atanda.
Youxo men'a roily at tho Y. M. 0. A,
building Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Young men aro invitod.
Tun United Commercial travelers will
hold a special meeting in tho room) it
McLaina block tills evening.
Wobk on tbe now Lincoln achoo'
building has mado good progress in the
last few days. It will 6b under roof be
f lore bad weather sets in.
'Tib aaid that as Madame Zeno'a bat
" loon was being prepared for ascension
at the Jacktown fair the band played
s "Kearqr My God to Tbce."
Sukdeek, the miud roador. will close
his very successful otigagemont tli H
evening at the Musee theatre, and all
scientific people should see him before
ho goes.
Judge Pauh yesterday issued an or
dor in tho circuit court* confirming the
appointment of Joromiah A. Miller aa a
trustee of Cyrono Comraundory No. 7,
Kuights Tomplar.
Word was received last evening thai
J. B. Hughes, a former well known resident
of tho South Side, this city, had
died suddenly in Pittsburgh, lie was
subject to heart failure.
Fotm World's Fair excursions, Mon
1 day, Tuesday, Wednesday nnd Thursdnv.
Four linos. Got- your tickets nl
tho Union K. K. Ofllco, 1203 Markot St.,
for all linos, Jolin Bailie, agent.
Pat Chiusty, alias Goudy, wont to the
Mil from tho polico court yesterday
morning (or disorderly conduct. Will1
lam Gardner got tho same term for an
indecont act in public, and a plain
drunk was dismissed.
Arrangements were completed last
evening for a tlno high hacked Kric
coach to run right through from Wheeling
to Chicago next Monday afternoon
for tho low rate excursion over the
Wheeling & Lake Erio railway.
A colored man with a bad easo of
olonhautiasis, or swollen legs, was Boiling
lead pencils around town yesterday
and exposing hit diseased limbs to
view. Tho polico took caro of him, as
thore was a general protest against tho
public exhibition.
The funoral of William McCombs,
- who committod suicide at tho St.
Charles hotel Thursday morning, will
tako place from his lato residence at 30
Soutli Broadway at 2 p. m. to-day. The
, intormont will be private at tho Peninsular
cemetery, (i. Mendol & Co. prepared
the body.
AnniiT prnpr.i;
Stranjrors
In tlie CItj and Wlioellnc Folks
Abroad.
'Frank Flanagan, oL Fairmont, is a
Windsor arrival. I
J. Ii. Cunningham, of Mannington, is
n McLuro arrival.
Louis Medo'r. an J wlfo nro visiting
I friends in Pittsburgh.
C. Powell, of Fairmont, registered at
the Windsor yesterday.
Albert Lawrence, of St. Clairsvillo,
was in the city yesterday.
0. W. Hamricli and wlfo, of liuckhannon,
nro at tho Windsor.
It T. Brown, of Now Matamoras, registered
at the Stamtn yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Jiotz, of 1104 Main
street, bavo just returned from New
1 York.
Mr. T. R. Kennedy, tho civil engineer,
ha? returnod from a business trip to
Oakland, Md.
John Stacngel, of Coal etrcot, Is lying
ill at home, and it.is not belierad ho
can recover.
John T. Gallalier, of Moandsvilla,who
has boon ill at tho City hospital here for
sometime, Is roportoabetter.
I Miss Olive Miiler, of Stoubonvillo,
who had boon visiting friends in this
city, returned home yostorday.
Mrs. H. C. Sinsol, of Oakland, Md.,
rue Miss May Kennody, of this city, is
' visiting ber parents on Thirteenth
l street.
Mrs. Crawford Booth and Ed. Robinson,
who have been visiting friends in
this city, have roturued to their liomo
in Taylor, Texas.
Harry Oesterllng Mt yoslerday for
Philadelphia to resume his studios in
tho vetorinnry department oftlio Pennsylvania
University.
H. S. Puck, of New Martinsvillo; W.
E. McBride, of Sistersviile; Mrs. l'oochler,
of Mannlngton. and B. S, Jacob, of
West Liberty, aro Stauiiu arrivals.
Ilarry Waddell is ' so soriously ill
with typhoid fevor nt'the home of his
father," H. E. Waddell, on Main street,
that last night little hopo was folt of his
recovery.
Col. F. P. Jepson leaves to-night for
tiie state military oncampmont near
Charleston. Ho will be accompanied
by his daughter, Miss Evelyn, who will
attend school at Staunton, Ya.
Jorry Dngan, of Grafton; W. H. Henderson,
of Fairmont! W. W. Hnlrugs,
of Sistorsvillo; 0. N. Kane, of Maunington,
and J. A. Mootgomory, of Woodlands,
are among the arrivals at the
Bonier.
Miss Lottie Smith, of New Cumberland,
well-known in Wheeling, whore
she frequently visits, will be married
on Octobor 12 to Mr. Barr, n prominent
young business .man of Chatanooga.
Chief of tho Flro Department Frank
Hoaly writes homo from Mt. Olomons
that ho has improvod in healtli so much
that he can now walk without" a cano,
and ho oxpocls to bo entirely rostorod
to hoalth in a week or so.
Miss Mary Ilealy, of Whoolln'g, is in
the city, and will probably locate here
, and givo lessons in singing and voico
culture. She ia a cultivated and promising
singor, and will bo a marked addi
tlon to musical circles hore. Miss Anna
. Kraft is visiting friends ia Wheeling.?
; 1'arlmburg Slatf JouriiuL
t Crazed by Want or Work.
f Will ltossiger, of Bpllalre.was lockod
; up thero last evening uuder sad circumstances.
He is a yonng married
j man who has boon out of work for
1 some time, and this h.n preyed on his
mind until ho bocamo insane. He was
supposed to ba liarmloss, but last evening
showed signs of violence, and had
" to be locked np for sato-keoping.
As a genoral rule, It Is bost not to
correct coitlvoness by the use of saline
- or .drastic medicines. When a purgative
is needed, tho most prompt, eUectivo,
and beneficial is Avers Pills.
Their tendency Is to rostoro, and not
weakon, the normal action of the
Unwols. .
Winter Vkdebwcab at
Emu (man's.
' With nerves unstrung and heads that
ache, wis & women Bromo-Seltior
take. . ^ ^ ^ ^ 14
SHOES-ALEXANDER.
Which 1> tho $3.
easiest Shoe for <j) I
men, for women I
too? ^3> ^
$3, The handsomest
looking:, Uie
O finest made and
the best forme
<?g and youi
TT
I . I
1 And tlio voice $3.
of Wisdom
t prompt replies V
"That's the
ALEXANDER
gnOEt" $01
ALEXANDER,
Shot) Soller, 1010 Malu Stroot
I '
WORLD'S FAItt TOURISTS.
, People Coming from anil Going to the
, Biff Inhibition,
i J. E. Robinson is home.
, Waltor Hall leaves this afternoon.
Mrs. Ernest Boer returned yesterday. /
Mr. Will B. Day cot homo yosterday. I
Godfrey Scliul lias returned from the H
| (air. V
Steven Waterhouse and wife will leave
, to-day.
Clark Hamilton has come home from
the Fair. ?
John G. McLaln and family llavo left
for tho fnir. ?
Howard Simpson has returned from
a short visit.
Thomas C. Lewis lias returned from a
visit to the fair. ,
Goorgo S. Feeney and wifo will start 0]
for tho fair to-day.
Joiin A. Zorn and wifo leavo on a two fn
weoks' trip to-day.
B. M. Brown and wifo have roturnod *
from an exteuded visit. \V
Mrs. 0. B. Tracy and Mrs. Annie Wilson
returned yesterday. /
C. P. Wood, yard master of the Pan
Handlo road, leaves to-day. -f>
0. W. Frnnzbeim" and wife have re- f
turned from a visit to the fair.
D. Gutman was among those who re- it;,
turned from the fair yesterday.
Mrs. Gibson Lamb and her daughter, fe
Louise, returned yostorday at noon. ?'
Miss Mary Burko, of ,\Vood Btroet, v
Fast End, -will leave to-day for Chicago. '
Philip Henry Moore and family re- r"/
' turned yesterday from a two weeks' visit. J
Mrs. Gutman aud daughters, Misses
Bessio and Emma, returnod yesterday.
Dr. Inglas and wife, of Claysvilio, were
in the city yesterday on thoir way to
tlio fair.
Mrs. Goorge B. Caldwell and dautrh- ;
tor. Miss Sue, woro among those who
came homo yesterday.
Miss Lizzio Devlin, a popular young
: lady of South Wetzol streot, has just returned
from tho World's Fair.
Jay Jleifer and Miss Mae Boefor, of
Monavillo,Pa., arrived lost evening from y
the fair'on a visit to Dr. and Mrs. L. N. f
Pnnfnc I
A party that will depart to-day over \
tUe. Baltimore & Ohio includes Louis
Giifmn'n, Gabs Emsheimer, Bornio 1
Gundling and Bernie Kraus. ; =
Ferdinand Biedonbacb is homo from
iiis trip to St. Louis, whore lie was a ?
delegato to the Catholic societies' convention,
and from an extended visit to it
tho World's Fair. '
Tub Warner Safe Cure Company, ot
Rochester,' N. Y., lias successfully none
through the recent trying financial season.
This company, which is on a
sound financial basis, has a volurao of
business never exceeded at this season
of the your. With its new management,
which is of the most able ordor, extensive
advertising is about being done
which cannot tail to bring to still
greater succoss this remedy which has
always been so popular.
October 5 World's Fair Low llate Excursion
Via P., 0., C. & 6t L. Railway (Pail
Handlo). Train leaves Wheeling at 0:30
a. in., city timo. $11 round trip; valid
returning October 15, allowing ten full
days at the Fair.'
Envelopes were first made in 1839 and
sold for 10 cents to 25 cents apieco.
jgfk A helping hand
V1_V^ to lift up weak, tired,
overtaxed women ?
that's what you'll
aSS lind in Dr. Pierce's
ir ^wS Favorite Prescripts
if ,ion- 14 SlTCS 7??
Sfm IBMI just tho help {bat
jFSS HKaga you neod.
AM mH It's a medicine
Bum JhbHB that'sniadoesneciallv
^9 to build up womenl
strength and to aire
women's ailmonts?an invigorating, restorative
tonic, soothing cordial, and bracing ucr* ,
vine; purely vegetable, non-alcoholic, and
perfectly hurmlcss It rogulates anil promobs
all the proper functions of womanhood,
improves digestion, enriches tho blood, dispels
aches and pains, melancholy and nervousness,
brings refreshing sleep, ana restores
health and strength. ?
What* tho use of "trying this "and "trying
that," when (tare is a remocly that's guaranteed?
In all the derangomouts, irregulnri- ~
ties, and weaknesses peculiar to the sex, jx> r
rlodical pains, internal inflammation and r
ulceration, weak back, leucorrhoa and every 1?
kindred ailment, if tho " FavdHto Proscription"
falls to benefit or cure, you have your
money back. > j ;
? DIKD.
IIUQIIFS-At Pittsburgh. IJx. on Friday, Sop- S
tcuibor 2a,1833, J. & Ultima, aged M yson. r
Fuuorat from the residcuoo of It. C. Caldwell. ?
2310 Cboplino street, this (Saturday) utter- 0
neon at 3 o'clock. Interment private at n
Greenwood Oometcry. " B
McCOMlS?On Thursday, September 28.1S83. it o
8:Mam.,Wn.UA)l McCosiw.agod 45years. c
Funeral from bis lato rwlJonco, No. SO Soulh
Broadway. this (Saturday) afternoon st 2 j cl
o'clock. Interment prlrato at Fenlniular
Cemetery. B
H'lttubunih pspow please cony.l
UNDERTAKING. J
J^OOIS BEETSOUY, o
(Formerly of Fro it & BortMhj). n
FUNERAL DIRECTOR I
And Arterial Embalmer, C
1UO Mala SlroaU HastSlta. a
Calls br tolcpboQO answered dajr or nl;bL
Store ioloi>houo, tttB: reside aoo. W4. apa
: i? SOI
fus-W,
1117 Main Street. J<
#UNDBRTHKBR,# =
Am prepared to oobdnet burial* In a raoi tliv TD
Ufeetory toanuor: all modern undortakla* ao* X
pllanocsaud tine black and wttite luuoral eardk n<
^ .0.,
] aim to bo prompt, contldemto oud retUbta, gna;
tow-Ho. 29^ ^ at
CARPETS?G. MENDEL A CO. ' , ' Hi
CARPETS!
Our New Fall Stock is ready for inspection. The
line comprises^all the
latest Patterns and Colorings I
w- . J9
Prodncod by the Host Carpet Hills in the World.
v.-jwr
We can furnish you a Carpet frqjr>
15c to $3.00
PER YHRD,
; MENlFT Rr fMrl
iUUll 1/ UU VA; VW#
1124 MAIN STREET.
WRAPPERS?GEO, E. STIFEL &. CO. ' ^
/e have made a big-purchase
: Wrappers and Tea Gowns >&&
ir this Fall. To make room
e-will close out all on hand
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- 1
LOOK AT OUR FRIOBS a
HT 79? ESCH,
3 Dozen. Former Price $1.2) to $i .3$each.
OKTH LOT AT SX.1B EACH.
OINT33 LOT AT 1.33 BAOB.
ONE LOT AT l,75',BAOH.
OWE LOT AT S.OO EACH.
Those Wrappers were made by tho celebrated Hoe. Eomig AJanaJao>
turing Company and renowned for Stylo. Fit and Workmanship.
jeo. EL Stifel & Co. j
These Wrappers, will not bo exchanged, taken back or sent on approval.
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-P. GUWDLI.NG & CO. ,
flnn't Ynn fffiar tin MW \
XJ 1/ JLX i X U U J.AUU& 1/UU& JUU1XN |
School has.begun. The boys will require the.stimulus
of new and becoming raiment. The vacation
"knocks" out the boy's clothes, left them looking |
"seedy." Even if they're not exactly , in that "fix," ]
the chilly fall weather demands a change. In extending^an
invitation to parents to inspect ournovr".:^!
elties in School Suits, we assure them that in selecting
our new stock everything has been shunned that
could not be conscientiously recommended for stylish
appearance and undoubted quality. Most boys - 5|
give their school "duds" a decidedly "rough-andtumble"
usage. Qurs are made especially for such i|
youngsters, and their "wear-resisting" qualities .will
save you hours of stitching and patching. He'ii be
a funny boy that we could not fit and please.
D. Ghndling,
& CO., ' \ |
Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 Twelfth Street..
BLANK BOOKS, ETC. PLUMBING, ETC. ,j
U .ANK" Trimble & Lutz, I
^BOOKS, Supply House. ' |
tationory, Wall Paper, Baby Car- PL0MB1HG AND CA5 FITTIRG, 1 '|
STBAH AND HOT WATER HEAT1HC. J
rds and Dockets, Moniorandum
nd Pas, Booka, Flat oponlnz Jour- A Full Lino 0! Uio Celebrated?
ale and Ledgers, made from West- .
rn linen papora, guaranteed first- Snow and Marsu Steam Pampj
lots binding and paper. ?
?Copt Constantly on Hood.
in glvo you some big bargains in
1500 and 1302 Market Street, Wheeling A'
iiAics BOOKS: ?p3>
Ton tons Blank and Momoran- rpu NATURAL OAS CONSUMERS !
ura Books in storo. All tho boat X Sito your morvr ana obtain bi tter rmolw J
nk* and Uncilngo made. Steoi l'ena &.J2K JS.DSSSS?
f all kinds. Solo agent for Loon k? smoke. no until, no dirt, no AcJt - i.
saacks & Co. a colobratou Gluci- tbuhiuf. IVrfcct combustion, perfect oontrol of
nm Pens. .Toll 11 Holland's Gold P'''L V'" &
Ax.tt.iH T3 i.V/iaI.Ia* cinitninn btirtiottjjUifantcwI to roouco cits bill* rom J> lSS
onntam Pons. Excelsior blooplna to 40 per cent ana kWq ?ti?faotorr rwmt?. Call -tig
loaches for babios. Largest stock and mo tbom at GEORGE HIBBERD &
nd creatost variety in tho Btatc. SON'S, number*, qa* ?nd Kteam u*aterj, . jS
uu^ouiMbYHnoi/ lUI Market itroou Your patronage wUcluxL *5
??? ^ l'rlct* reasonable. an3 } /
J> retail at wholesale puices. -yyiLLiAM HABE*& SON.
dseph grkjzes, Practical Plumbers, I
26 Twelfth Streot. Ml . ' : i|
? OA8 AND S.TEAM FITTERS.
MUSICAL GOODS.
? So ? TWELFTH STMir. TjH
iIANO tuning.
All worl: doafl promptly.,t rwuombto price*
w roar Piano need tunlaj or repalriar? I( 1 I '1
roaro lnpiulllonitodo ltloryou and eau XSTELLIGENCER'8 JOB OFFICII? vl
ran tee that It will toe doao la a rrorktaanlllto JL KRWTYPK. SKII.LKU WoKKMKN, 1I0N1ST '.
BuWxedmanner. UJBKTandTASTYWOKK femlferprim* V-iS
,10 F. W. BAUilER 4 CO.

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