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FALL SUITS-M. GUTMAN & CO.
Gutman's??
ATTRACTIONS
For barly hall
OUR STOCK AND OUR PRICES
Are the strongest possible argument in favor o
dealfng with us. To those who desire to econo
mize in the purchase.of Fall Clothing and Furnish
ings, 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.
| $?i$8,$10,$12,$14,$16,$18,$29,
lDAVC TMMI DUMTQ QHITQ
JDl/IfJ lA/IIU IftiUU UU1IU
I (Fourteen to Nineteen Years.)
J Our line of Suits for the older boys is a remafkably
/ large and handsome one. Excellent values at
$3 00, $3 50, $* 00, $4 50, $D 00, $6 00, $8 03 and $10 00,
^CHILDREN'S SUITS.-*Thousands
of Suits from which to make selections, in
eluding scores of original novelties.
Childrens* Suits: $150, $2 00, $2 SO, $3 00, U 00, $d 00 and $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 BICYCLE K. HOGE.
The Sterling
GUARANTEED TO HOLD 200 POUNDS.
==COMG AT ONCE AND SEE THE===
GREAT CHICAGO LIGHT ROADSTER
? -r>rATVT.m LOSE TUVTE! ?
A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE
^ ^WILL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY.****.
WE ALSO RENT BICYCLES.
The Pneumatic Makes Its Own Coocl tfoacJ.
Easy to Loam, a Delight to Rldo.
^C^.
K. HOGE. ^isHRKET ST
FURNITURE-flLEXANDEH FREW.
A REAL PICTURE awaits every person who lus not called
see our immense spread of
HHNDS07VSE FURNITURE
The forests have yielded their best products in material and art h
expended every energy in the conversion of that product info its prese
elf mtsliap*. There are many grades of FURNITURE
course, hut you will find that the best qualities are cheapest in the loi
fun Tliey stand wear and tear best, and look well when old and wor
We keep the most reliable FURNITURE that is made, ai
it is a pleasure to buyer and seller to handle it.
A LEX AN D E R FRE\A
111*7 Main fltroot.
COAL. [PICTURES A ART MATERIAL
li. " u w1,jUSi Oldest Art Store in the state
?*nr.r. aci st for?
JtONOXOAIl COAL AND COKE, rr.,mc, UU,M, Attll
TWJJNTY-PJltST AND \VATSR ST4 Miiieriuls. An'liluvts'aixl Survejors' Supplies
Telephone sv Artlstic Frumps to ortk-r.
/?i - _ , ? La-TJ-j espcrtcatc, bcot inutorialH ox;vrt l.ib
Cloan Lump Coal 6',o por Buchol. . ,| , ,
Amhnu-ito itml I'ieUiaout llluckimilh Coal *=" MUULL,
lu kWdt- ]? ? lea its Mattel SltMl
: A YEAR AND fl HALF AG
A Daring Burglary was Oommltts
In Contro Whoellng.
A MAN NOW IN JAIL FOR THE CRIW
John Johnson Accused by Joti
Auber of Being Ono of Two Me
Who Entered and Robbed 11
House In February, 181)1!?Tho 111
tory of tho Crime Recalled?A Goc
Ilaul Made by tho Thieves.
An arrost was made yestorday wliic
recalls a vory sensational burglary cor
mittod over oigbteou months ag
f John Johnson, popularly known i
_ "Jacky" Johnson, was arrested by Pi
_ licoman Dan O'Brien, on u warrant i
sued by fciquiro Phillips. Tho con
~ plainant was John Auber, a sheet roll
ut the Whitaker mill, whoso hoiiao w;
entered and robbed, and ho made at
davit that Johnson was ono of tho tv
men engaged in tho burglary.
Johnson was arraigned botoro the ju
t tice, who sent him to jail in default
bail for his appearance for a hearing ;
2 p. m. to*day.
Johnson is an employo of tho Bait
moro & Ohio Kailroad Company, an
li'is acquaintances wore much surprise
when they learned of the serious uccu
ation azainst him.
, Auber has relentlessly followed u
every clue to tho persons who robbo
him, and this arrest is the result.
Tho burglary occurred shortly bofoi
midnight on the night oi February
181>2. Mr. Auber was at work in tl:
mill. Mrs. Auber was asleop with hi
- two little boys in a room. Sho awol
and saw that tho light was turned o
brightly nnd u man was in tho roon
Shi; called out:
"Johnny, is that you?"
Tho man turned, and producing
pistol, told her to keep quiet or ti
would kill her. He was smooth face
and had on a brown dicer. Ho had
child's monoy bank, lie wont to tli
bureau and took up a box containing
gold watch and chain and some jewolr;
Just then another man carno to tl;
door and looked in. This man, Mr
Auber thinks, had a mask on, thoug
sho ia not sure.
Tho man in tho room said:
'Go back, Jack! Go back!"
Then both went down stairs and oi
tlio aoor tnoy nuu come in, locxing u
door alter thorn. This was a aide doo
just outside of which thokoyalwa;
, Jiung. They liad found the key an
let them selves in.
In another room the men had soarcl
ed soveral drawers. Thoy took $45 i
bills, but loft certificates "of deposit. f<
soveral hundred dollars. In all the
got about $70 in cash and jewelry, i
eluding tho watch, worth about $200.
The manner of operating looked as
the men knew something about tl
habits of the household. They wore i
bold that there can bo no doubt th
they knew Mr. Auber was general
away at night, and their discovorv
? the key also looked as if thoy were in
entire strangers in tho neighborhood.
Just what circumstances connect<
Johnson with tho robbory is not know
and the evidonco heard at tho examin
tion to-day will bo listened to with
= great deal of interest.
TWO DIVORCES Git ANTED.
? * I., I.i.l.... I'rinlt'd nmirt
M ... ?Ycstorrtny'tt
Session.
I la Judgo Paull's court yesterday
| decree of divorca Vaa granted to Ma
Sheppard from her husband, & Mclv
Shoppard, and aho wai awarded tl
custody of their child, Flora 31. She
pard. He was aho by tho order i
strained from interfering with her pc
sonal liberty.
Sophia Cappg was aleo granted
divorco froui her husband, Ilari
B Capps, and was restored to her maid)
name, Sophia Githens.
In the case of W. li. Lukins vs. Lyt
L. Lukins and others, six comuiiasio
era were appointed to niako partiti<
^ iu kind, it possible, of tho proper
^ meiitiouod in tho complaint, and
partition cannot bo made in kind,
report that fact Jo tho court.
Tho Street Car Cnicd.
The cases against Jaines McGowt
and William Fallstick came up lc
evening in Justice Georgo Arklo's com
They were lined $1 iwid costs each f
making a disturbance on ono of t!
electric cars Sunday evening, and M
Gowen was also tinod $3 and costs f
nasault and battery tho sauioevcnii
on a conductor ci ouo of tho electi
cars In the same case Houston Da\
= was finod.sSnnd costs tor not appear!i
before the,justice as a witnesa Tuead
? evening.
The i-'Ilnt l'luin Trial.
Before Justice R. H. Gillospy la
evening tho case of thbatato against J
Sweeney, charging him with havii
worked tho "flim-flam" racket on
North Wheeling grocer, camo up ai
was tried. Sweeney was lined $10 ai
costs or ten daya in jail, ilia attorni
app.oaled the caio to the criminal cou
Troublesome l*oya.
Yesterday in tho court of Spui
Gillespy peveral boys wero up. coi
plaint having been made against the
of riding on Baltimore A Ohio cai
William Peters was lined $3 and coi
for having struck ono of the other ho
with an egg on Market streot. The 11
was suspended on payment of tho cos
Tho other boys were allowed to go afl
being lectured by tho court.
A Card.
Having purchased the Drug and Pi
soription Store of Messrs. McLn
IJrothers, at tho 'ornor of Market a
Twelfth atreots, I wish to inform r
friends and tho public generally, that
to is my intention to make this tho m<
completo Pharmacy in the city. \
^ shall make tho Proscription Dopartme
? a specialty, and it will always bo
charge of competent registered phi
maciats, both day and night. 1 ha
lit placed orders for a full lineof freahdru
of and medicines, and shall also carrj
1(T full lino of all the latest specialtio*
? imported and domestic preparatioi
0- Our Soda Fountain is second to none
lid tho city. We shall dispenso all t
latest drinks and of tho very best t
year round. Our stock of cizara will
complete, both foreign and domest
v Soliciting a sharo of your patronage
/ remain, Your obedient servant,
f OttAS, It. Goetzg
To the Ulgecut or SIiuttn.
= Drop into thoIntelligencer office a
5t talk about tho Intelmqexckk's popul
? World's Fair trip. If you can't con
write.
Wheeling to tlieWorhr* Fair, October 7
1(j. J*il? nail lOtli, vl? rcMiiinylvanhi Line*,
Qctobor 7th and 10th trains Ion
Wheeling at U*30 a. in. (city time) a
or- rJ:S0 p. m. OctoborStti, train leaves
12:30 p.m. Si I round trip; valid i
L luruiu'j ten days from date oi sale.
Q SHOES-ALEXANDER
id 4 *<<lSpx>? f
f Wbat is on Foot it
[P Ou lliti feet of niogt of the be*t? xT
1L X drfcuod mo a aii<l wotucu iu tills
v town you will find ^
" SThe Alexander Shoes
,T LOOKS RIGHT! X
g. IT WEARS RIGHT! 9
d \ IT IS RIGHTI X
k | Three Wars! i
: | ALEXANDER, \
ni ?Shoe Seller,? ^
Cr .
J" OliD DUPF KILLED.
Il
.q Uliad i/oliu Simmons'* Djj; Moots ivitli a
Fatality.
Poor John Simmons lo^t hie best
s! friend yosterday by an accidont at Bcn01
wood. Ilia famous dog, "Buff," was so
at badly hurt by being struck by a Baltimore
Jc Ohio ongiuo tfiat, though ho
'J was still alive last night, it wa9 evident
l{\ that ho could not recover and that death
a. was only a question of time.
J?hn was peddling at Bunwood yestordav,
guided by his faithful dog, as
j usual, and late in tho afternoon both ho
and tho doir wore pretty tired, and ho
.a let tho dog I0030 to amuse himself as he
g saw tit, whilo ho himself sat down to
l(J rest. Tho dog started to cross the rail,r
road track, and tho engino etrnck him, 1
knocking him about twenty foet away,
\x' and injuring him fntallv. It wa9 not j
, two minutes after his owner unstrapped
him until he waa lying, bleeding on 1110
ground.
a The death of the dog wa9 fi sevcro
l0 blow to poor Simmon*. Tho pair wero
l(| among tlio most familiar eights about
a tho city, and sroat interest was stirred
l0 tip in the afllictod man by nn .account of
a him and his dog printed in tho Intel*
LKiKXCBB, with illustrations. Tho dog
waa a marvelously intelligent guide,
a displaying soraotimoi almost human
,j'j judgment. IIo could take his ownor
unerringly to any place ho had oneo
boen by being di'rectod by tho namo of
the firm or person. IIo lod him upstaird
and down, and took him through
l0 tho crowded streets without au accir"
dent in all the four years he served him.
(.j5 Simmons tried to train a younger dog,
i j but could not do much with him. Tho
pup would not work to suit old Bull,
!,. and he punished it over and ovor, until
n tho two had to bo kept apart.
)r Tho accident is u sad blow to Simtnons,
who got around in all parts of
town by tho dog's aid, in a way which !
causod wonder. It will be hard to got
:r another guide as intelligent aud faith O
,ul- .
>0
The formula of Ayer's Sarsaparilln is
lv well known to tho medical profession,
0, ami universally approved. Tho reputaot
tion of the firm guarantees excoUonco
and uniformity in tho medicine, and
tho world's experience for nearly half a
j, century has fully demonstrated its value.
Don't" lio Left.
Ono who hasn't soon tho World's Fair
won't be "in it" after tho show is over.
Tho Intslughncbr makes tho way easy.
at DO
you.
warn
r.v to buy a
in nice squaro
r)0 "Wobor 1'iaao?
p. .I?
is in
perfect
!r- order and wa
will fell it at
a a grout sacrifice,
ry Don't
in ' inifg this
opportunity, bnt
la como nt once,
n- F. W. liADMKK & Co.,
>n 1310 Markot street.
ty ?
if Room nnd breakfast ono dollar per day
to at 539 E. Sixty-tliird strcot, Chicago,
111. Mlis. E. A. Dillon.
Chicago, HI*., vlu C., L. & W. Ity.
sn On Saturday, October 7, and Sunday.
rl Ootobor 8, the Cleveland, Lorain &
rt* Wheeling railway will soil excursion
.or tickets to Chicago at one faro for the
0 round trip. Tickets are limited to ten
c" days irom day of sale and are good in
or coaches only.
?K m
[!c The daily number of jioople visiting
18 Central park, New York, is estimated at
J* from 130,000 to 150 000.
?Looks IjJn a
Lit pSf-ipy "* what thoy sav of
^ wo ale woman
v\ 10VS^1 pjj down^and over-;
ul WSf/\ . ||J5| ubly sho knows it
cv EW- '>* \ ISs ho.rsolf. But
rt t/ K\\ \ tbin-o's ono thing
' H /j \\ 10 sho can't know.
CA r\ is or sho wouldn't
feel so and look so?end that is, that Dr.
ro Piercc'n Favorite Proscription is guaranteed
,n* to help her.
im It'j u legitimate medicinc, made especially
rs. for woman':: needs; an invigorating, restore3tg
tivo tonic and a soothing and strengthening
.. ncrvino, imparting tono and vigor to the
4 whole system.
nc But it isn't a mcro stimulant It's a remols
dy, safo and sure, for all the functional deer
rnngcmcnts, painful disorders, and chronic
weaknesses that make women suffer. In
"female complaints" of every kind, pori'xlical
mins internal inflammation, ulceretion,
and ldudred ailmonts, it's guaranteed
1** to bonefit or cure, or tho money is retumod.
l,,J No other medieino for women is sold so.
nd Proof that uothing else is "just as good."
nv
it dibd.
)st WAPD1SLI/?On Tuci'lay evening. October 3,
Vo 111 0 o'clock, IIATlliY IIOOVEn \V ADDEL1.,
j oldest son of Hanson E. and Virginia Hoover
nt WmldelL aged Jl years.
>n Fuuoral services at tho resldonee, 919 Main
*r" street, on Thursday pftornoon at 2 o'clock.
vo Interment prlvatj at Greenwood cometory.
?9 ,
in UNDERTAKING.
^ L?U1S BEKT5i0UY?
ho (Formerly o( Frew it Cortschy).
{? FUNERAL DIRECTOR
jc> And Arterial Embalmor.
1 Hlu iiala Mrcot. KaitSlJe.
Calls by tolopbonc answered da? or nlgbt
Btorutcluphonu. & *>: roatlcnnj atij7
ALEX IPHE-\7\7-,
nd 1117 Main Street.
nr
10' ^UNDERTAKER.#
ll1' Am prepared to conduct burials lu .1 inoitii*.
isfaoiorr uinnucr: alt inod.-'u un-Ioruifciaj ao*
tve pU?0Ci!i and n?o blank and white funeral curdt,
, Counwicut mauBRotaent gnarunturd.
h't Coillna. Cuiket* and a full lino ui burial ft *> li
at I aim to bo prompt. coujtdurato and reLiabia.
ru. Cuili by talephouc:
lv* fco-ldoucc. .uttx^FuEW-Na 217.
Siaru?No,
CARPETS-G.
CARP
Our New Fall Stock is
line com
Latest Pattern
Produced by tho Best
We can furnish
I^C t(
PER
G.Mem
1124 MAI1
FUR AND CLOTH GARM
GEO. E. STIFEL & CO
THB LEADERS IN
1 m /v #
Fur and ciotn uarmenn
I The most stvlish nnd best fitting Wraps for L
1 dies. Mimes an?l Children. Cotapleto llnoofsizi
in nil tht> newest shapes?l'lalu, Uraldctf, l'i
Trimmed aud Fancy
ASTRACHAN,
REAL SEAL.
CHINA SEAL,
SEALETTE,
MONKEY,
BEAVER,
WOOL SEAL and
PULLED CONEY
OAPESI
In Short aud Military Lengths.
si:e our special
/hi- riT ATITT T 1 OT/PT
$0 LLUItl JALM11
In all sizes from 32 upwards.
Get our price* before you buy. anil be co
Vluccd wo lead lu price as w ell as stylo.
Special October Prices ihis Wee]
o?r?cal Tipping for re-edglng Plush, Seal a;
Beulette garments.
GEO. E. STIFEL & CC
\
> ====
STAR CLOTHING HO
"Eoi't Toajte
School has begun,
ulus of new and be
"knocks" out the b
"seedy." Even if tl
the chilly fall weath
tending an invitatior
?i o_i 1
ernes m ouiuui ouua
ing our new stock ev
could not be conscie
isli appearance and i
give their school "<
tumble" usage. Ou
youngsters, and thei
save you hours of s
a funny boy that wc
D.Gt
Star Clothiers, 3
BLANK BOOKS, ETC.
BLANKS
^BOOKS
Stationery, Wall Paper, Baby Carriages,
Day Books, Journals,Ledgers,
Cash and Trial Balance Books, Rec?
ords and Dockets, Memorandum
and Pas? Books, Flat oponinz Journals
and Lodgers, made from Western
linen papors, guaranteed firstclass
binding aad paper.
I can give you some big bargains in
BIjA^TK boose
Ten tons Blank and Memorandum
Books in store. AH tho best
Ink* and Mucilage marie. SteoU'ens
of all kinds. Solo agont for Leon
JsaackH & Co.'s celebrated Glucirum
Pens. John Holland's Gold
Fountain Pons. KxcelsiorSleeping
Coaches for babies. Lareost stock
and greatest variety in tho State.
SOLD RETAIL AT WIIOLIISALEPCICI
JOSEPH GRHVES
26 Twelfth S'ront. ly
musical goods.
piANO TUNING.
Does your I'lauo need tuniug or repairing?
10, wonro in position to do it (or you and c
gimrantoo that it will bo done In a workman!
ml finished manner.
. ui 10 V. W. DAUilKK & CO.
JYJ ENDEL & CO.
ETS!
>
ready for inspection. The
prises all the
4?
s and Colorings
Carpet Mills in the World.
you a Carpet from
) $3-00
YHRD,
;iel&Co.
SI STREET.
ENTS-GEO. E. STIFEL & CO.
. GEO. E. STIFEL & CO.
NOVELTIES IN
5 i Dress Suitings
a* Many of our own Importation, and therefore
3S no duplicates, and special exclusive doir
signs.
i Cravenet!
(io inches wide, is a thoroughly watorprooI?Cloth
I Suiting and is guaranteed to turn oil' water aa
! represented.
Dress Goods!
Irrldesecnt, Changeable nud Plain Colors, In
all shades, Tlopsacks. Herges. Cordettes nnd
nil Fancy Weaves. Silks and Velvets" and
Trimming*
j
1 We hnve tho greatest variety of Blaefc nnd Colored
Silks. Ik-ncnllnes and Faille, Surah, otc.,
with Velvets, changeable, fancy and plain to
match all shades,
n
BRAIDS AND TRIMMINGS!
I. la every stylo nnd color to suit all Dress Goods.
ad Our Rondymade Stilts aro cheaper than you can
buy Cloth or Scrgo and have them made for.
Fit guaranteed.
IJ GEO. E. STIFEL & CO.
II
USE ?D. GUNDLING A CO.
ftlJMs."
The boys will require the stimcoming
raiment. The vacation
oy's clothes, left them looking
ley're not exactly in that "fix,"
iar ^nrrrmrlc o rlionrro In ov.
IV^I uv.nianwj u. wiiuiigVi in v/i1
to parents to inspect our nov,,
we assure them that'in selecterything
has been shunned that
ntiously recommended for styljndoubted
quality. Most boys
iuds" a decidedly "rough-andrs
are made especi illy for such
r ' wear-resisting" qualities will
titching and patching. He'd be
t could not fit and please.
INDLING.
<Sz CO.,
4 and 36 Twelfth Street.
PLUMBING, ETC.
Trimble & Lutz,
j Supply House.
PLUHBISG AND GAS FITTING,
STEAM AND HOI WATER HEATING.
A Full LJue of tho Celebrated?
Snow flutl Miir. li Stcaiu Pnupi
?ICopt Constantly on Hani
1500 and 1502 Market btrcet, Wheeling
) ! | np 0
rpo NATURAL OAS CONSUMERS !
JL Sftvo your moii y mid nbtfllu better result*
I by u*(n? HlltUKItD'8 I'Atent Imfirovod
dalniiflc Cihh Barnnr, for coolc stove* aud
prate*. No stuoko, 110 .-mull, no dire, no buck
Hushing. Perfect combustion. perfect control of
f.is consumed by the parties unltn: it. All
urncrs(;tmranteo<l to reduce bills :roni"*>
to 40 p?r rent and jriv%MitM.i<'torv rc*ulta. ?'itll
and ?eo tbern at GEORGE HIBBERD &
SON'S, Plumbers, 'ia* and ztcnui Henters,
111 Market it met. Your putrouago solicited.
Pt teen ruu-'iuuublQ, an I
yyiLLUM hake <t so.w
= Practical Plumbers,
= CAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
? Ko IS TWELFTH StttSKr.
All work dono promptly at reasonable price*.
If ?
an TNTKLLIGENCKR'S .101* OFFiCErIko
X KEWTYPE. 8KILI.BU WOJUCHK.V. HONEST
COUNT aud TASTY WORK. **>ud for j.rjf a *
1KTELLU.KXCKB,
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