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FALL SUITS-M. GUTMAN \ CO.
Gutman's ATTRACTIONS For Early Fall. ,-OjUR STOCK AND OUR PRICES Are the strongest possible argument in favor of i Hr?'ilinor with Tr? tlin<P whn Hpcirn nronn- 1 nil/.' in the purchase of Fall Clothing and Furnishings, you'll find all value possible crowded into the prices quoted below. ^>0^ MEN'S FALL SUITS. Careful dressers and economical buyers cannot fail to be interested in our great showing. Poii on <&n (D j a din cmj dun itin orsr\ S3 at-- Ni ?, $iu, la, Jilt, iio,j>io,?au. ; ^3^ 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 S3 OS, P 50, $4 00, $4 50, S5 00,53 00, $8 0) aad $10 00. ^ CHILDREN'S SUITS.-)*Thousands cf Suits from which to make selections, including scores of original novelties. Childrens' Suns: $150, $2 00, $2 59, $3 00, $4 00, $3 00 and $6 00. . I No such stock to be found in the city. * jj Reliable Goods at Popular Prices. j n M.Gutman&Co.,; Retail Department. M^ill fllld Tff6lftll StFfifitS. i THE STER LING BICYCLE K. HOGE. [ The Sterling!! GUARANTEED TO HOLD 200 POUNDS. ! n ==COME AT ONCE AND SEE THE==== [ GREAT CHICAGO LIGHT ROADSTER.; - H ^ noTVT'nP LOSE TI3VIE; - j A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE i ?%,?-%.WILL SAVE YOU TIME AND IVIONEY.-^.?-%, f WE ALSO RENT BICYCLES. 1 %-l-^ Tho Pneumatic Makes Its Own Cood Road. Easy to Learn, a Delight to Ride. K. HOGE, ^ MHRKET ST. FURNITURE-ALEXANDER FREW. .3sis? -If -"w A REAL PICTURE awaits every person who has not called to see our immense spread of handsome furniture rik- lorests have yielded tht<ir best products in material and art has i'xp .led every energy in the conversion of that product into its present B c! - nt shape. There are many grades of FURNITURE of r course, but you will find that the best qualities are cheapest in the long ; run riiey stand wear and tear best, and look well when old and worn, i w Iceep the most reliable FURNITURE that is made, and * it is a pleasure to buyer and seller to handle it. ' ALEXANDER FREW | . 1117 Mftln Stroot. t COAL. ' PICTURES A. ART MATERIALS. J 11, " " WILUS- Oldest Art Store la tlie State. \ SOJ.R AOTST FOR? JIONONUAII COAL AND COKE, K,??- W.I,- ?*,. < Aru.tr ' I WKs l Y-FIlwr AND WATliU STi. Mnti-riuU. Aruliiurcts'iHul Surveyor*'Supplies. ^ 1 .... . ^ ' ~ Arilxtla Krumoi toonlor. f>. ' i l/jngoxporieaco, Inut uiatetfaU. oxport labor. Ll"an Lump Coal GJJc per Bushol. . ,,tnr\i i 1 ?,ItoauU ilciliuoui WackjmlUi (.?ti NIOULL, r aioclc. jcjj j 1222 ilarfcot direct. J FLINT GLASS STRIKE. Tho Workmen in tho U. 3. Company's Factorioo Quit. ONLY TWELVE ARE AFFECTED HERE Hie Only Men at "Work wero in tho Mold Shop at Factory O, ami they Promptly lay Down their Tools?The KITort to Start up with non-Utilon Men Cauaos a Fight which Promises to be a Determined 011c. As nnnouncod in tho Intelligencer yesterday morning President Smith, of I,., ? W.J ' Auiviimu I'liuii uiuaa m urivcra Union, ordered a strike by all the worknoil in tho United States Glass Com?any'b employ, to tako effect vostorday it noon. T^ioro were but twolvo memjors of tho union at work in Wheeling, :liese beinj; in the mold shop at Factory J, the old Central, and thoy promptly jbeyod tho ordor of tho president and ivenfc out when the clock struck 1-. The resignations of Night-Manager VTorningstar and Motnl Mixer Fondt, of factory II, as announced exclusively in festorday'a Intl-m.ioenceu, showed very Mainly tho feeling of tho nvorago Wheeling jjlassworkor in re^urd to tho . ffort tu start up tho United states ompanv's factories non-uuion, and had ill the ulassworkcra in Wheeling been jusy, instead of all boing iule, thoro is 10 donbt from tho oxpressions heard cstordav that every man of them would lave quit. THE OFFICIAL DECLARATION. Tho strike was precipitated by tho ollowing circular, sent to till tho ormer workmen of tho company on L'uosday: "This company intonds starting throo )[ ita factories on a baaie whereby wo ihall bo enabled to meet tho competiion we now lind existing in tho trade, t is our intention to employ each poron as an individual; to have (our and hreo-quartor hours conatituto u turn, Hid to take oil* tho limit 011 moves, thus nabling each workman to make good vagea according to his ability. We inend to pay piece work as tar as possi>lo. and to pay tho same wages that have >rovailed throughout the past year, exopting only in such cases whero our lompetitors aro paying loss. "In starting the three factories reorred to 11 profcrence will be given to -ur former employes. Applications nay bo made by letter or in person to lo8oph Anderson, general manager Jnited States Glass Company, Pitts>urgh: Ii. J. lieattv, superintendent Jnitou States Glass Company, Tiffin, 0., ?.! ... It n IAnbS..o LiimiriLtAmlnnt Jnitcd States Glass Company, Gas City, nd. Applications may atao bo made, f preferred, to the superintendents of my of (ho company's variou* factories, ind tho same will bo forwarded to the Pittsburgh ollico. "Should inoro applications bo revived than necessary to oporato tho lireo factorios started, tho management vill thou considor the question of start* ng additional factories. MUST APPLY 1IBP0BB OCTOBBR 10. "If tho former workmen of this com>any do not apply for work in sufficient lumbers to oporato tho throo factorios tated on or before October 16, 1893. at toon, tho positions still unprovided for vill bo offered to others. "If tho state of trado will warrant it, t i9 tho intention hereafter to give rorkmon steady employment throughnit tho ontiro year. "Any person who accepts employment itidor tliij call may depend upon it that to will bo continued in his position as icainstnny and all applicants in the ol.oll ??!.. 1~..~ uiuiCi UUl/U jjriauu oiinu ??jij ivao tig position (so long us this company iporatcs), through uomo net of his own hat necessitates his discharge." Tho circular is signod for the United itateb Glass Company by Joseph Anderon, general manager of the manufacuring department. Tho threo factories oferred to are those known an tho Cing factory, on tho South side, Pittsnirgh; the Gas City plant and tho Jentty factory, at Tiffin. It was to tolp start Factory K that Messrs, Mornngstar and Fendt were Summoned to 'ittsburgh, and rather than go they caigued. PRESIDENT SMITH TALKS. W. J. Smith, president of tho Amerian Flint Glass Workers' Association, vas aeon by a Pittsburgh rooorter, and intnrmnil nu tn ftift cnnlrtnfi nf tlm ilrcular, suid: "Their program mo ia not low lo us or our men; tho incn have >een notified lor several days past what o expect. A pnrt oi tho programmo that loos not appear in tho circular is that ho company proposes to try and induco ill tho night and day foremen to got to:cther in one plant, so as to create tho mprossion that they aro operating sueessfully outride the union iind thus try o frighten members into accepting daces at tho company's terms. With a iow to this the company has had agents irculating among tho foremen, making hem various promises, but many of he foremen thus approached have md tho good senso to discern hat tho promises could last nly long enough to permit tho trust to ccomphah tho ends they aim at, and iavo refused point blank to work durng the pending trouble. Workmen iavo boon educated by oxpcrionco to ;now how to appreciate tho promises of ho United States Glass Company. It s but a' littlo while siuco many of tho oremon whom thoy aro now Booking to iso against their former shoptnates lore shnbbilv treated by that company, md evon without such treatment their eason woitfd suggest to thorn that a ompanv that would turn down old and eliablo officers would not hesitato to ummarily dismiss hundreds of workncn after thoy had pulled the chestnits out of the tiro, in other words, asisted tho company's principal object, ho destruction of tho union." at factory It. At Factory li, on tho South Side, not wheel has turned sinco tho summer top, which commencod in Juno, this ear, so that tho order of tho president if tho Flints has no bearing on thoso vho were employed there. Tho old rorkmen, however, are solid in their loteriuinution not t > work in a nouinion concorn. Said onoglassworkeryesterday: "Tho rlass workers' union lias a million dolars in iin treasury, and tho action of ho United States Company in deciding o run their plants non-union, mark* he bozinning ot a fight betwoen tho wo that will not ond until cither tho ompauv or tho union is killed. It fill bo a long nn<i bitter tight, but I hink we will win out in the ond." The uniou elussworkers who go out vill receive So a wn??k from tho uniou is long as they remain out. Boom and breakfast ouu dollar per day it 530 li Sixty-third street, Chicago, II. Mas. E. A. Dillon. SHO ES-ALEXA NDER. Ifflat is on Foot ?f yT On the foot of most of tho bc*t?Ire*?c?l mun and womia iulhls > BP town you will flu J &' SThe A1 exanderShoeS X IT LOOKS RIGHT! & IT WEARS BIQHT! Sf ^ IT IS RICHT1 | Three Dollars! | I ALEXANDER, I ?Shoo Sollor,? ^ 1U*B HillU ainroi. IN TIIE J UflTIORS* COURTS. A Nu 1111)it or Petty Criminal Cases Disposed of There. Yesterday Lulu D. Holden was bofore Squiro Arklo, accused by her father of beiriR a porflon not of pood faino. She was acnt to jail in default of bond for a hearing this evening. J. F. Humpter and Martha B. Iloldinan wero charped by S. R Hold man, tUo woman's husband, with illegal intimacy. fc>ho woa arraigned and gavo bond in $*200 for her appearance for a lioariu/f. Sumpter is in the city workhouse. Squire Gillospy held a hearing at tho jail nifico on the chargo of lewd and laciviouu conduct aeainst Arooa Drew and Martha Drew, l'oarl Carr, Joseph Cavala, Lizzio Noal, William alias "Bee" Millnr mid Mnllin Atom nnil nil PMVfii were remanded to jail in default of a line of $20 utid costs each. Williaiu Norman and William Brcining wero tried by the samo justice on u charge of ussault and battery on Warren Kraft. Nonuan was lined $10 and Breiniug $5 and coats, and each was required to give bond in $100 to keep the peace for one year. Now York Theatre Company. "The Batilo of L.fe" wart the play presented by the New York Theatre Company at the Grand Opera House last night. The piece is a eoniiational comedy-drama, and tho merits of the production wore evidenced by the frequent and hearty outbursts of applause. Tho audienco was sent homo well satisfied, which is the best criterion of an evening's entertainment. To-night tho company will present tho beautiful and over popular dramatic comedy-drama, "ilazol Kirko," which ruu for over two years in New York citv. An additional attraction will bo a friendly sparring bout, for scientific points, betweon Jimmy Kowan and Kid McCoy and Jack Welch. Please take notice that I will close out my entire stock of Carpet?, Oil Cloth, RugJ, Matting and Window Shados at a very low price, as I intend to move my place of buaine83 vory soon. Call soon and you will get bargains. Hesky Jacoih, 1223 Main at, noar bank of Wheeling. DO you want to buy a nice snuaro Weber Piano? It is in perfect order and wo will sell it at a groat sacrifice. Don't inifls this opportunity, but coino at once. F. W. Haumku & Co., 1310 Market street. Excursion to Chleugo, via the 1J. <1' O , Oct. 13, ID, *40 and 28. On above dates the Baltimore & Ohio will sell excursion tickets, Wheeling to Chicago and return, at one faro for the round trip, good Ion days from date of sale, and good only in dav conches. Trains leave at 0:60 *n. in. and 3;50p. in. To th? lllggcNt 6f Shown. Drop into the Intellig bnceboffice and talk about the Intelligencer's popular World's Fair trip. If you can't come, write. * Robort Louis Stoyunaon Is in quarantine at Honolulu iiurflinp hia sick* Sauioftu lorvant, Talolu. 1^-7 Strikfj at the I I / roof?Dr. Pierce's ) , ^ Golden Medical Discovery. That's v \ ( tho roanon so ? / \\\ many difforout /-\\ diseases and disS s\ V A. orders yield to it. "S]\ Tboy ull havo tho \( .J) same beginning? / there's a torpid \ //, liver or impuro Mr ll 'llli blood. And they '* all have tho samo ending?they're rurnl. by this remody. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness; tho most obstinate Skin and Scalp Diseases, such as Salt-rheum, Totter, Erysipelas, Eczema and kindred ailments; tho worst forms of Scrofula?even Consumption (or Lung-scrofula) in its earlier stages; every blooa-taiat and disordor, no mattor bow it came?ell ore cured by it It's the only modlclno for all such diseases that's so positively certain in its oflTects that it can bo yuarantctd. If it falls to boueflt or cure, In auy case, tbo money is refunded. Nothing clro can bo "just as good." It may bo bettor?for tho deafer. But fa isn't tho one who needs help. Beware of sporioos ihuU'tions or dilutions, oEorod at leas pricea, DIED. CHAMBERS?On Wednesday morning, October 11. 189.1, ill J o'clock. I?r. W. D. CHAMBERS, son o( Samuel B. Chambers. Funeral wrvlees at tho residence of liU father, near West Alcxoudcr, Friday at 2 p. in. Friends Invited. ALl'.XANPHR?At tlio home of hli parents, 03 Virginia street, on NVednotdny. October 11. KM. at 1 :! '? o'clock u m.. Freddie A . non of ?cu(on and Flora Alexander, aged <: years. Funeral notice to-morrow. , UNDERTAKING. J^oUl5> JJEKTiSCHY, (Formerly of Frew & Bortschy). FUNERAL DIRECTOR And Artorlal Embalmer, llIU Jl.iiu Street. KaatSidc. Call1* br telephone au*wcre4 /lay or night Store tolophoiio. O'.'i; rostdonci 3fr*? niij? ALEX 1117 Main Street. Funeral Director AND EMBALMER. Calls amwerod by telephone day or night Storo, 2?J. lUaidenci, 217. ocO CARPETS-G. MENDEL \ CO CARPETS! ,, - | J Our New Fall Stock is ready for inspection. The line comprises all the Latest Patterns and Colorings Froiluccd liv the Boat Garnet Mills in (ho World. We can furnish you a Carpet from 15c to $3.00 PER VRRD, G. Mendel & Co. 1124 MAIN STREET. WRAPS?GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. 0 0 ???O?0O????O?OOOQOO 9"' S**t. G- E. S. k GO. If/ If V ^'C-s ' '"'If, ? f?Jnr/ ?Ss c 1 C/i-, i L 7^/ G?oJeco4 'V a CN??N '"''' '? ?N> s%, ? cs> *?? *, vs ^ c Pr/r^ntj-, ?s- / G.E.S. SCO. *<** i^isC o??o?oooe??e ^ ? <7l\^ STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-D. GUNOLING I CO. TO DRESS WELL \ la inoro tho result of good judgment and t-isto than tho mere lavish use of uionoy. Our immense stock oi LIGHT, MEDIUM und HEAVY WEIGHT Overcoats is adapted to fill tho wants of all. Whether you want a Coat for sio or one for SGO. or any price between these figures, you can get a garment that will please you in ovory way?FIT, STYLE, FINISH and PRICK Everything that is fashionablo aud reliable in A T V A HTr\ T TTTTTtT PT1 VI T~\ ATTT m n< rall aind wlmlkbuus for the mnlo sox is liore at priceg to suit the shrewdest buyer. Our aiflortment of FINE TAILOlt-MADE GARMENTS was never larger. - &co., ' ' 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. BLANK BOOKS. ETC. PLUMBING, ETC. blanks Trimble & Lutz, -BOOKS, Supply House. Stationery, Wall Tapor, llaby Car- PLUMBING AKD GA3 FIFTI?!!}, c^r;ndayi"ra0ikiii?n^1^'^": STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATM ords and Dockots, Memorandum ami Pass Books, Flat oponinir Jour- A Full Moo of tbo Colobni'od? nals and Lodgers, made from Western linen papers, guaranteed first- Snow and Harsh Steam I urapi class binding and paper. \ ?Koj.t Constantly ou Hand, I can civoyou somo bi^? bargains in " 1500 and 1202 Markot fttroet, W!te<*ling DliArJS BOOIIS1 Ten ton* Iilank and Memoran- rpu NATURAL GA> CONSUMERS ! dum Books in store. All the host -A. Snvo ymir us i . un.:..Im h. t r; .:?n< Inlandilucilag,, made. SteoiPot.3 1 of all kinds. Solo agent tor U?on ,.ru,... Mnout ,,, t,rf( i,.1 . Isaacka & Co.'a celebratoil Gluci- iia?Llti?. r-:fw-. <romb i< . . j.. i*ro nf num Pen. John Holland'. (i.dd ^','^^1 'J - "rons lountain Pons. Excelsior bleepin<: ,,;?t ,v iu.'U>n ? I Coaches for babies. Largest hiock and n-o tl; mi ut GEORGE HIBBEIJD v'x and greatest variety in the State. '".rV.mt "At'. -C ??????? Prlrc? rfasonal>!e. mil yOU>BETAII.ATWIIOLIJSALi:I" BICES. "^yiLUA.U IIAKi: W. joseph grkves, Practical Plumbers. 5?0 Tv/olfth 8fro"*t. -Ijrn , = CAS AND STEAM FITTERS. MUSICAL GOODS. ? ?? No wnvKLt r.i srs: I) IA NO TUNING. All work ilow promptly c\t r. i' n...J!e .price*. Duca your Piano need tuning or repairing? If : : - ? t-o. wunro In potliluu to do It for you and can TNTELL1GENCE1VS .10J5 <>! KICK? Ktuirniitcc that It will bo done lit a workuiaullkc -L NEWTYPK filvil.i.i.!' v. oitliM :>. H".* C .adflabhcdnunaer WttKfai W9T* nulu x. W. UAUAlbU <x CO. '.5and27 Fouricotiiu .scroo.