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FALL SUITS -M. GUTMflM & CO.
Gutman's? ATTRACTIONS For Early Fall. ^ OuR STOCK AND OUR PRICES Are the strongest possible argument in favor of dealing with us. To those who desire to economize in the purchase of Fall Clothing and Furnish1 ings, you'll find all value possible crowded into the prices quoted below. MEN'S FALL SUITS. Careful dressers and economical buyers cannot fail to be interested in our great showing. ??? $7, $8, $10, $12, $14, $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 1 $3 00, $3 50, 00, $150, $5 00, $5 00, $8 00 and $10 00. . ..II ^ CHILDREN'S SUITS.fc Thousands cF Suits from which to make selections, including: scores of original novelties. Cmldrens' Suits: $150, $200, $2 50, $3 03, $4 00, $5 03 ani $5 00, No such stock to bs found in the city. Reliable Goods at Popular Prices. M.Gutman&Co., I Retail Department. Main and Twelfth Streets. THE STERLING BICYCLE-K. HOGE. The Sterling! r.naRANTRED TO HOLD 200 POUNDS. ===COME AT ONCE AND SEE THE== GREAT CHICAGO LIGHT ROADSTER, xi??DON'T LOBE TIME! *ti A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE ^f-^VVILL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY.-%,*?%, WE ALSO RENT BICYCLES. Tho Pnmimatlc Makos lt3 Own Cood Road. . Easy to Loam, a Delight to Rlclo. KunrP 1113 c i 1 VV C J, MHRICET ST. FURNITURE-ALEXANDER FREW. ' *wp , ^.i^fes;so.?4i5 : fj- . .. .-.v?- -m&1 A REAL PICTURE awaits every person wlio has not called to see our immense spread of hrndsome furniture riii.'forests have yielded their best products in material and art has expend. ! every energy in the conversion of that product into its present elegant shap?. There are many grades of F=\J R iM IT\J F2 E of course, Init y>u will find that the best qualities are cheapest in the long run. They stand wear and tear best, and look well when old and worm Wo keep the most reliable FURNITURE that is made, and it is a pleasure to buyer and seller to handle it. ALEXANDER FREW 111*7 Maiu Stroot. COAL. I PICTURES 4 ART MATERIALS. II. " D' Wi,'us' Oldest Art Store In tlie Stale. ?mi,ft aur.it ron? MONONiiAiJ COAL AND COKE, rrin. Uo,,.r Arllii, I > ..\ I \*HI(ST AN IJ WATEU ST.S. Miik Aroliitt-<M**iiii<l Sarvyjors'riiippliei, 'i< i'i-lio'io8* Artlstiu Frames loonier, cun i,,.?nfv,ici r, . . oxporlcueo, boat matorlaln. tftpcrt t&bor. *-ionn Lump Coal nor Bushel. AinlitiuitoiuiU i'k-UtKoui Ukcksiulth Co.-i! L. NICOLL, ,u<;t Jan liSNatkot Strom. THE TERRIBLE FALL f Of Alonzo Williams, Elevator Boy ttt tho Rogers Block, FORTY-FIVE FEET DOWN fl SHAFT. The Accident Duo to tho Carelessness of Another Boy?Tho Young Man's Spine is Injured and Internal Hurts are Fearod?Ho May Live?Other Accidents Around tho City Ycstcrday. Ycstorday afternoon at 5 o'clock, Aionzo tv imams, iuo oignioon-year-oiu ^ elovator boy at the Rogers' block on Main street, met with an accident that i may end fatally, llo was handling ( some trucks on tho third lioor of the building whon tho accident occurred, i Another hoy on the floor abovo was handling tho elevator while young Williams unloaded freight from the truck. Williams had unloaded tlio truck and was backing on to what ho supposed was tho elevator. Tho boy on tho tloor u abovo had, however, in tho meantime R pulled the olovator up to got on it, and ^ Williams not turning around to boo whether tho elevator was there, walked . into space, and fell forty-flvo feet to tho 11 collar below. A number of peoplo about t' the promises soon went to his assist- u auce, and found that the young man o had been terribly injured. Jlo \vas ti covered with bruises, and complained ft that bin back had been hurt. As soon f; as possible a physician, Dr. R. J. Reed, b was summoned, lie made au exaurina- t! tion and found that Williams' spino n was badly wrenched, besides extornal w injuries. He was taken to his home on p tho Island, at No. 4 Zano street, where r< ho suffered greatly last night. Tho doctor sava that tho young man may poasi- ii Ibly recover, biit that it is /carod that si internal injuries will dovolopo, and in a' that contintfoncy mattors would bo oven ?( moro serious than they aro at present, u Williams lias boon employed at his p presont position for somo timo and was tl considered a capablo voting man. Ho 6| is a stop-son of T. *?. Tappan, ttic Main r< stroot photographer, and resides at his c home. (j A Straugcr'H Had Full. ,j, Yesterday two men from Zanesvillo u climbed over the high railing which protects the footpath along the Terminal bank by the creek, and sat down on a( projecting timbers on tlio outside. One Q of them in somo way lost his balance p and fell to the crook bank below, a dis- t| xanco of twenty-eight or thirty feet. A j? number of people witnessed the fall r] with horror, but fortunately tbo man j, fell in a solt spot, and after a few min- p ules was able to climb up the bank ^ with assistance and walk otf. Nobody about tbo station know him. j, 11AILKOAI) ASSESSMENTS. C' County CommiHHloiiurK' Committee on Finance Apportions. t( The county commissioners' committee on finance hold a mooting last night, ^ at. which the assessments latoly made by the stato board of public works on the railroad property in Ohio county fc for taxation wore apportioned to the 11 various districts of the county. The work of tho committoo is shown bolow. ' Unliko last year tho assessment placed on tho Wheeling Bridge and Terminal ? Company's briduo over tho Ohio river, $315,000 is placed to tho crodit of Wash* jl ington district, in which tho bridge is u I?uilf Tt in noticeable that there is an increase in the taxation for tho count} on railroad property this year over last . of ovor ?100,000. That portion of tho y1 assessment belonging to tho city digtrictB will also bo certified to tho city a* clerk for collection. Tho total assess- 11 mens foots up to ?1,100,113 GO. 1IAI.TIMOKB A OHIO KAIMIOAD COMPANY. Union district ? 9 39.813 00 Webster district .. 30,401 00 Centre district 1"A&14 *>0 vf Kitchie district Jo.O'.-j C8 y Total 811.".,TOO GH W WHEELING, I'lTTSUUlicit A RALTIMOUE T.A1LHOAD COMPANY. E Union district ?8 2T..8I2 00 Clay district 00 Madison district - W*x> 00 Triiiduipliiu district ." 00 W Liberty district...., 05.S74 oo Q Total 8197,184 00 ri rrrrsnujtoit, whesmno a ke.ntucky haiijk>ad JJf COMPANY. T IUchlnnd district ?15.'?.808 00 Washington district 17.011 00 Independent district, Fulton -l.MW 00 Madison district 7,303 00 r( Clay district-...-.. 4.MS CO 0, Union district 00 Centre district 0.7:17 (? Webster district 12,172 00 (I Rltcliio district 29,213 CO b< Total ^2Vvm 00 WHEELING A ELM chove RAILWAY COMPANY. Union district 83I.C00 00 Clay oo Madison 2,ago 00 Washington 0,010 oo Fulton - 0 500 00 Triudclpbla. SO/juo 00 Total ~ 895,000 0U OlttO P.tYEU RAILROAD COMPANY, $ Kitcbic district .. ?5,C30 SC MHBEU.NO RAILWAY COMPANY. ti Madison district 81.411 00 i! Clav 4.til OO Union 3,327 &*? tl Centre 4.411 Oo if Woli<tor *?.7or? oo 0 Kltcbie :. - I'.'.s-j utj a Total 8U.117 WHEELING Illtl Dfii: A TKKMIN A J. ItA II. WA Y COMPA N Y. y, Washington dUtrlct, (bridge) 831'i,000 OO J Wii?hiugton...M* r.ioo oo ? MadUou &.100 00 ? Clay 4.2fi0 ou Union lV1*'.) 00 P Centre .. 7.0.V) 00 Wobstcr 17.000 00 t( Hitch lo .1.400 03 n Total 3100,000 00 |j ~ t] Transl'ori Kecorded. Clerk Hook yortordny admitted to record transfers of real estate as follows: October 13 by Frank Uruso and wifo C( to Mary A. La Tottsh, for $3,000, the north linlf of lot 10 in square 12 of the Josoph Caldwell estate. Fi May .'51 by Angelino P. Fink to C. W. McChesncy tor $500, tho north half of lot 21 in* Fink's addition, on tho Island. October 17 by C. li llailoy to William = B, Simpson, for $2,000, part of the south half of lot 43 in tho old town of Wheel- Z In* 1 Some Ac'lon Demanded. r Something ohould really bo done about tho case of tho family of Dill ltose, who is camped with his wife and four or five children on tho hill stdo Ft opposito Baker street. They aro all "" living in a small tent, with noway to J. heat it or to shut out tho water which runs down the stoop hillsido when it rains. A good doal of indignation is expressed by tho pooplo in that part of town, but whoso dutv it is to interiero seems a matter of disaurootnonL The family should certainly not be left exposed to tho elements as they aro now. l)o not ruin tho stomach with chemicals b'iinmons Liver Ke?ulator is purely v?>;etablo und effective. 8 HOES-ALEX A NPER. ^ On the foot of moat of the b?j?t- V* V town you will iluil tir sThe AlexanderSboeS IT LOOKS RIGHT! gP IT WEARS RIGHT! (p IT IS RIGHT! Jv | Three Dollars! f I ALEXANDER, I \p ?Shoo Sollor,? ^ 1019 Main Street. \ THE CITY OAS IlUPUItK. cnornl Complaint* nil Over tho City About tho Sorvico. For eovcrnl Jays post thoro have boorf loro gonoral complaints about tho city as servico than iiavo been hoard at 0110 me in many years past. Thoro is a Mil odor which seems to einanato from ic (livmo in many placca, r.nd in 0110 or ivo of tho hotels cortain rooms arc actally unfit for occupancy by tho guosts n this account. Tho smell was.at lirst ikon for that oi sower gas, escaping otn the openings of was to pipoa or , orn streot openings into the cowers, ut tho fact that it prevailed where loro was no sowar conduction, and was ot noticeable whore elcctric lights ero used instoad of tras, Jed many peole to suspect tho illuminating gaH to bo .'sponsible for tho troublo. Another unique complaint which has 1 tho past two or threo days become ran^oly general, is that the gas cocics Ltho burner* aro hard to turn on, iu )ine cases wrenches having to be sod to turn tbo gas on, while in others Inmbors had to bo callod in. 'ihat lis should bo true in all parts of town iddonly and simultaneously certainly 'quired explanation. Yostorday sovral pasoxports and plurabora wore in- j uired of, and thoy all declared tho ' ifliculty was due solely to impure gas. j ho yummy substanuo in tho pas clogs p tho cocks. An examination ahowod lia to bo true. A leading official of tho pas board was sen by an Intelligence!* man lust ironing, und bo denied that tho imurity of the pae could bo blamed for 10 goneral difficulty. IIo said tho pas I i uiade now from tho aaino mate- ^ al and by tho eamo process it as been right alonp, when no conilaint was heard, and is cleaned and uriflod in precisely tho same way. Ho rpued that somo other source would avo to be looked for for tbo cauao of jmplaint. Nothing liko Simmons Liver Regula)r for dyspepsia and indigestion?a ifo and euro cure. Hiculiiig A: Lulco IJrlo Hallway Low Hate* to CiilraKo. Next Monday will bo tho last chance >r people to take advantage of the poplar Monday excursions to Chicago | /or tho Wheeling <?Lako Erio Railway, pocinl olForta will bo mado to inako lis last Mondav excursion tho most i )mfortablo and dcairablo oiio leavinp /hooling this yoar. Shortest routo and uiclcest time, 'lickots pood on all replar trama going and roturninp. Ton Day* at the World's 1'air. Excursion via tho Cleveland, Lorain Wlioolinp Railroad, Wednesdav, Octo- , u n?-..!? i r..m t:i jo, iiuius tuuvu m iiuuiiiiu ai/u.-iu m. and 1:40 p. in. For further inforlatiou call on tickot agents. J. E. Tuiibv, G. F. & P. A. To tlio Rlgffost of Shows. Drop into tho Intelligencesofiicoand ilk about the Intelliqknceu'h popular /orld'a Fair trip. 1? you can't come, rito. ] xcurslon to Chicago, via tho II. & O., Oct. | IS, W, lilt and 28. On nbovo dates tho Baltimore it Ohio ill soli excursion tickets, Wheeling to hicauo and return, at oue fare (or tho Dund trip, good ton days from dato of lie, find good only in day coaches. I rains leave atG:50 a. m. and 3:50 p. in. j Ilia Lordship (surprised by tho corict pronunciation which greets his irs on overy side)?"Do not Ainoricans /or drop "their h'a?" Anglomaniac ipolo^etically)?"Wo cawn't roinomor to."?Brooklyn Life, All tcomcn who are overworked, "runown," or debilitated, need just ono medicine and that is Dr. Piereo's Favorite Prescrip- , on. It's a broad statement, but facts bear out. Thoso are tho facts; If you're u wenk and delicate woman, then io ,rFavorite Prescription " builds you up; ' you suffer from any of tho painful (11srdors and dorangements peculiar to your ix, it rolioves and euros. It invigorates in system, improves digestion, curicha; 10 blood, dispels aches and pains, brings " 'freshing sleep, and ra-tores health and rcngtli. All the chronic weaknesses, ir- | milariUos, and disturbance known as femalo complaints" are complotoly and unnaiiiintly cured by it. These arc facts, and thoy'ro strong enough ? warrant tho makers in guaranteeing their >mody. If it fails to benefit or euro, you :ivo your money back. No other medicino for onion is rold on such forms. That proves Uit nothing else can bo " just as good." )NNELL? At Don woo (I W. Vo.. on Monday, Octoborlti. 18*J? at 7 oVlock ?. in.. Hkssie. <latiphU'r o( Wlllium and Mary <'onnoll, of Glover's dap, W. Va , apod 17 years. incral froin tho residence of her brothor-in law. T. McCarty. Binwooil, at 9 o'clock n. ul I Wednesday, October lb. Hc<juiaiu mass at St. John's Church. Interment at ML Cnl- 2 vnry r.'ii.i't';rv, U NDE RT AKIN G. OUIS BISUTSCHV, (Formerly ol Frew ,fc Bortvjhy), "UNERAL DIRECTOR And Artorla! Embalmer, J) til .Unin Struct. Kait Shit. CalM by telephone na?worod day or night orctolcphono. &t'?: ro.'ildonuo y>x m>.'7 g ^.IjZ33C. 27" 3FS. 23 ^7*7". HIT MainStreet. ? | Funeral Director * AND EMBALMER. # Calls aiMivtwd by teluphoue day or nighL " Store, --J. Xtesldcnce, Ut7, oeO . CHfllRS-G. MEIMQEL A CO We Have Placed on Sale a Number of BeantiM Corner Chairs, I Purchased for spot casli from a hard-up Parlor Furniture Factory. We will give our customers the benefit of the deal by offering the Chairs for a few davs at ESCH I?? The Chairs are covered with an excellent grade of Brocatelle and are beautifully trimmed with fringe and plush. The trimmings alone are worth more than we are asking for the Chairs complete. Will be sold for cash only. G. Mendel & Co., Zi?24t STCES.tESE'S?. Tito Chairs aro displayed in our window and should bo seen to bo appreciated. ' SPECIAL SALE-GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. AT STIFELi 0.'S, special SAL|ff zz=z=zz=r==z ifllo Vi'ML Having purchased from the large linen manufacturing and imparting house of O. Jaffe ': Pinkus, New York, some entire lines of Fine Linens at special low prices, we will sell this week * 200 DozenLarge Size 3-4 lite Uapkins Assorted Patterns that cost $3 85 per -N ,H ~ dozen to land in New York. Prices :?';5 per this week ----- UJj'Ju dozen. 259 Dozen Elegant White Fringed Doilies, Qualities that should sell for $ 1 00 to $125 per dozen. This week's special dozen This is also the week to buy your WRAPS and FURS. The stock is larger and all sizes from Misses' 4to i3 years and Ladies' 32 to 46 bust in all the latest styles. Our prices lower than the lowest. O E! O 4- -1 -C ; Q ir f~^ ^ oeu. c. ouici cx v_>u. SSTAR CLOTHING HOUSE-P. GUNPUNS & CO. POINTS HI BE flBSili!!! There are many points to be observed in the purchase of Clothing, if you want to get honest value for your money, The principal points are: Duality. Durability, Reliability. hj u ' u ' y These points stand forth conspicuous at the STAR CLOTHING STORE. Many men feel limited in the price they want to pay for clothes this season. We have provided for such. Our line of ??15 OO Suits is choice and full up in value. Come, take a look at our Black and Blue Cheviot Single and Doublo-Breasted Sacks at that price. D.GundSIrsg&Co. "34 and 36 Twelfth Str et. BLANK BOOKS, ETC. PLUMBING, ETC. BLANK Trimble & Lurz ^BOOKS, Supply House. Stationery, Wall Papor, Eaby Car- PLUMBING AfiD GAj FiTilSG, STEAM AHD HOT WATER HEATING. ords and Dockets, Memorandum and Pns3 Books, Flat oponini: Jonr- A Full Llao or Hi'.* trlcbmtcd? nals and Lodgers, luado from West- ^ , orn linon papors, guaranteed lint- Snow ami M.us.i Steam nniM class binding and paper. f n 1 ' ?li. ntc-iisinatly oa Hand. can give you sorno bitf bargains in . " . , J1}00 and lo03 3IurU'-t irevt, V>M?Un; BXj^L3NT3SL BOOX3! J" _lLTen tons Dlanlc nnd Monioran- npu NATURAL GAS CON*-UTAtEUS ! . <lum Cooks in storo. All tho best -? ;;M i . ' lh " r' 11 Inka and Mucilago mauo. Stool Pons 1 of all kinds. Solo itgont for Leon JS', Isaacks Co.'s celobrated Gluci* nnin Pons. John Holland'# tioM V.;.!>M, Fountain Pons. Exeolsior Sleeping t ? c t. ,i Coaches for babies. Larye t stack ?ud - 11?- at GEOf-.'C.: . ;ir; .^:.D ?r'. and greatest variety in tho State. fin^ufr! \ i - l'i mmi n??:: OLD RETAIL AT WHOTAMAS.K PRICES. "^yiLUAM llAllE ir; I-ONV iosephgrmes, Practical Plumbers. 'AG Twolffh v GAS AND STEA;,1 FITTERS. MUSICAL GOODS. . < - r,r 131ANO TUNING. m >! L AU wort ?! >-.! : romp*. ; r >n \r. Docs your Flauo need tuning or repairing? If ?- ?- . ? D, tvoaro iu position todo it for you aud can TNTKIXUiI SC ' I ' 10B OFFlfK? uanuitcu tbut It will bo done la a workuituiUko A NKWTYI':' :.:C1T.: v-. -.J lid fluUbcd wanner. COUNT and TAs i * ' ''j'; , j , \ p'4, aaio F. W. BAUifER & CO. and 1*7 ]'our'..?;.ith