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l ifd^Ii! ^Ifjj BUT THE BARGAINS IN IT ARE BIGGER. a 9 | 4 O t 9 o I nvRRwm inn sum. found elsewhere. The different lines of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits comprise more i 8 than i.^oo carefully selected patterns. Our Overcoats and Trousers are almost countless in variety. ? c e 0 ? Q \ M. Gutman j & i o : & co.3 : o o j? Twelfth and Main Streets. I e o 0 SIX . RETAIL ? o FLOORS. DEPARTMENT. o ...........j| -7TV FURNITURE?A LEXANOE RFRE W. U?xy9^Z .VA 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 ha: expended every energv in the conversion of that product into its presen elegant shape. There are many grades of FURNITURE o course, but you will lind that the best qualities are cheapest in the Ion run. They stand wear and tear best, and look well when old and worn We keep the most reliable PUfRiNITL/FS E that is made, an it is a pleasure to buyer and seller to handle it. alex ander fr e w 1117 Mnin Stroot. a good show |. New Books" VilOU 'PiIK We ^ro always advising you to Century Company's Press advertise, and to keep on acivcrtis t<jomo strung^ comer* of our country, t iii ", but that does not cover the ciiurios r. i.ummis, niu.stnito?i si.r> , . .. .r. Itol*)'Hwi11hjt?iiiJ f;Ijr]j*tlnn Sclom?i?# J. } f round entirely. Of course, you uu.-icicv. u? i> si.-i should make your advertising effec- Tlu,""? live?it an electric light bo avalable, i swmi i':.-iu out <>r i'lmc, Mrs. Burton Han ,, , .. ' 4II ... risDii, llliiatnitcil Mi.jj VOl! SikUjJj l)Ot USL Jl ulllO.V Clip I Orft.1^ Kin^, iiiiwtrau'il to li Jit the path to your store. | What do we mean by that? Sim- M<Montiioijii','j^ r?'" t1' tnat the more conspicuous, the i^ii?iiesi>iiot?tsy*t?mof unitmi stnVivt. r r , ?r*:i-;f}r the mire attractive .. I..IIC, UK mire .1.(1 .mi>c, ji?1,K?rt?i(,.K?>|,?r(,,\vnl(orCiimp..si.l 1 : re original you make your ad- ? 'i; mi ,:s, the more, people will CT A NTON'^ > and I'-.id them, and the more ^ * Alx lull O Book Ston customers you will have to con- p. . . . tribute i? your cash-drawer. D L A IN i\ _^6Sa^ Study effects in bold pretty typo matter may be spoiled by ROOk' Q tii^y dri's.iiv*. Seek to catch the Atr-nm ,UvUl\0 eye by a display of good taste in the style and arrangement of \ our an- If you need a new Day Book, nouncembnt. Cash Book, Ledger, or anyAbove all, let it be bold enough to thing in the Blank Book or he easily read. Don't vex a reader office supply line go to by vexing his or her eyes! __ , Carle Bros. DENTISTRY. ]COS MAllKRT STJiKKT, oC.V OD0KTUNDKR. I QCHOOL BOOKS v' lis INI) SCHOOL STATIONERY. - 111 t??: ;*??r ptttyw! wilhoat l*>t? liy | MTKIIAItY \SI> I'ASIIIoN MAGAZINES, "Pl>? < ? : 1 I ill MMTIILII ATIyNS, 1I1..NTAI. WORK OK AI.I. KINDS j III,ASK llOilKS (AllKKULlA i:\i:rt:Ti:i>. I W'oHily ?iu<l Daily Newspapsn, Delivered Fn A. B. MILLER. D.D.S. |'''A"aCu*- q, H. QUIMBV. ai?l# 4- TivqIIUi Street, WUocliu^, W. A'a. j j,,j Jill MurUct Sircot! 1 \J 2 JUAil UVUX Kf LXiHi/ MW*AiWi |f I Our assortment in all lines is still in ia fair condition. We are replenishing |, our quick-selling features and have 0 a made : a / : PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.: * . We lend our name only to "tried and * not found wanting" Clothing. We sell # no trash at any price. What we mean by cheap Clothing is good, excellent and dependant Clothing for little ? money. We are in the frontwith style,_ i1 material and make, and show each season something new that cannot be sho had foil it, showing hiui the ci lie discharged her and drove her ir bupgy to a town, from which she \v< to Allegheny and from there here. t: told people witli whom she staid 01 night at a county home that she ^ coining hero to live with her an wliich was the information which to finding her. The baby died a liny ing death alter the girl left, hence order for her arrest. She made no jection to being locked tip, and seen to accept the situation coolly enougl: A NEW SWINDLE. And n Shrewd Olio Worked In This I of the Country. Tho Stoubenvillo Star prints the lowing: While Sheriff A. A. Franzln of Wheeling was in tho city yesteril he related how a slick rascal had b , obtaining money in his (tho sheriJ ~ namo in several surroundinir coun towns by misrepresentation and forg< : Tho swindler's modus operandi is as lows: lie writes a letter addressee . himself, and containing a check for i forent amounts signed by "A. A. Frn heim. SSherifl Ohio county, \V. \ This lottcr he sends in care of sc prominent morchnnt or business fi marked "hold until called for." W] tlie swindler makes his nppearaneo represents himself as one of tho slier deputies and inquired if there is a lei there addressed to him. Receiving lotter, he opens it and finds witjhin forced check. At once ho discover is after hanking hours and asks merchant or firm in whoso caro tho tor is addressed if tlioy will kindly c the check, as ho is in a great hurry, make his story stronger lie display pair of handcuff and a warrant, j porting to bo for a nogro charged v> murdor whom ho "has located in vicinity," and on tho strength of 1 claim and Mr. Franzheim'a signature the check, in a number of cases he been successful in obtaining amou from $25 upwards. Tho shoritl wa tho public of tho fellow's swindl Bcheme. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY 0 Dollar* in tlio Sum Ttiut tlio West Virg! Itiiilillni; 3Iny Sell For?Why NoL'Brhi to Wheeling? * Tho recently organized salvage a 5 puny, for tho purpose of buying up t "World's Fair building and exhibits, f already mado arrangements to buy t g cral of tho state buildings. This c # pany has mado an ofler for the ^ j Virginia building that looks to ridiculously low. The worst of it that their ofler is tho best that has b received by the state commission - Tho building, it will bo romembej f cost over ?18,000; the salvage compi has oflorod $150 for it. Stato buildi are a drug on tho market at Chici consequently thoso romarkablo ligt r that prevail. The question arises. Why can't ? West Virginia State Fair people, \ have exprossod a douiro to have building put on their grounds on Island, buy tho building at a consit able advance over what the salv pooplo have bid9 A prominent buil is authority for tho statement that -7 building can bo removed from y World's Fair and set up hero for $5, f, If tho building can be purchased i the commissioners for $1,000, the I vostraont would surely bo a good on ir, ? t> r> "Spider and Fly" To-night. :r? At tho Opera House thia evening >' pleasing spectacular play will bo gi< It is no easy matter to describe all n> attractive features which have I; 5 crowded info tiio prolog no and |] acts of "Spider and Fly," with its in fold novelties and a host of talor ?. performers, which wore mostly reci "" od abroad, and its wealth of beau! costumes, gorgeous pcenory, an mechanical effects, transformnti sparkling music, novel spociul' clover pantomime, brilliant ballots ? evolutions. It presents an entert ment in which tho brightest foati of comedy, pantomime, opera and i cialty are artistically bionded. llooil's and Only Hood**. Hood's Sarsaparilia is carefully pared from sursaparilla, dandel mandrake, dock, pipsissowa, jun ,9 borne* and other well known re , dies, bv a peculiar combination, pro ? tion and procoss, giving to Hood's saporilla curative powers not posse by other medicines. It effects rem able cures when other preparations IIood's Pills euro biliousness, eo ^ Si;u "Rent Day," Tuesday evenin 1 Opera House. We have all been tli The fed the babyly Emma Bucklmonon Arrested H< ou a Chargo of Murder. A TELEGRAM FROM UNIONTOWU.P Received by ilio i'uiico last Evenii The Alleged .MurdorcM a Color Girl but Fourteen years Old?S Claims nIic did not Know what t J,ye was?Tbo Intuut Victim Die Lingering Deatli. Last evening tlio police received telegram from tlio Union town, I'u., o cials, asking them to arrest Kim Buckhannou, colored, aged lourtoi and hold her as a fugitive from juat at that place, where film is wanted muruer. una 13 ino caae 01 which account waa printed in yesterday's ! telligenceu from Uniontown. Uu last evening the officers here kn nothing ahout it except what they h seen in tho paper. When the telegram waa rcceiv Lieutenant Terrill and Ofiicer Luki went to tho house of Mrs. Julia Maac a colored woman whose maiden nm waa Bucklmnnon, and who proved be an aunt of the jrirl. Emma w found at her iiouse, and waa locked 1 until the Pennsylvania authorities se for her. She admitted that, alio was tho g that wad wanted, though sho aaid e did not know tho baby was dead. S went to live with Mr. \V00ds, who li\ in tho country. She was hired us nu and had only been thero a few da When the baby's mother waa away fr< home one afternoon the girl gave t little 0110 a half teaapoonful, she sa of concentrated lye. She did not kin what the atufl was or that it was poisi but had once seen another girl give baby something that looked like il and was in a similar can. This was p sibly condensed milk. ' Did the atull mako tho baby sick Emma was asked. "No; but it cried like anything, a then it sot sick. 1 guess it just cr! itself sick." When she saw tho baby waa sick t _!_i \i? w) ? SHOES-ALEXANDER. r? \ ^ v1 # ^ DID YOU ^ n ^ EVER PUT p & "" J YOUlt FOOT f ^ > IN IT " ? C(1 xT We mean our no SlJOK. if you UIil you wore never sorry, but ^ 'IO fth y* comfortable. Never knew wlint he corns wore while you wero wearing wP V them, did you? Nor ever begrudged 8 11 MP one cent of the price. $3 ? ? Tho children's fe?t are better proW teetod In LITTLE GIANTS thnn lu ?* Jk ntiy Shoe made. SI 00, ?1 vS ? t ALEXA NDER, f an, $ ?Shoo Seller,? P tor T 1049 Main Street. \ a? Is llil THEY AUK SHlhXDKD. ew ??? . Tho Wheoling Railway Cum puny ComplloH aU with tho Jam. It was said lust summer that tho e<^ Wheeling Railway Company would uot ina comply with tho newly enacted Ohio )U> law requiring all street cars in that state to bo equippodlwitli shields for the protflg tection in winter of tho operator and up conductor. This proves to ho not tho ut] case, as the company has been at work fitting up its Martiu'e Ferry cars within ' irl the past week. The shield to bo used 1,0 by this line is not like the ones in use ,h0 by tho nowiover-the-rivcr street car com:e3 nany. It is tho invention jointly oi rso General Manager Jolly, Superintendent ve. Lofturt and Lino Inspector Tucker. An ",m iron frame is built over tho top of tho , 110 dashboard, and a piece of very heavy ? ygt oiled canvas is strotcfiod from tho 1 uW frame to tho top of tho hood of the car. * 3iif In tho centre ia a largo opening filled j .J with a framed glass. Cars fitted with \jitj theso fihioldH nro just as comfortable as 03- thoso withtheoxpensive wooden shfefds, and theso can bo taken off when warm 7' weather makes thorn useless atul an incumbrance. Two cars with theso ahields ncl were on tho lino yesterday, and all tho i ml other Ohio-side cars will have them in 1 a few days, l,0 It is learned that a number of the ;jat Ohio street car coinpauies will notcouiin. ply with tho law, but will go into tho j courts, claiming that it is not constituent tional. illO Hollttlng Cars. for Tho Wheeling Hailway Company is va8 fixing up a number of its old cars, and ntj in a few days they will bo in activo ser- I 'e<* vice on tho road. There has been a do>or" mand for more cnrs of the closed pattorn since tho open summer cars were olj" taken off this week, and there are not Ie" enough of the now cars to till tho de' mand. Tho old ones are being repainted and upholstered, and will not bo distinguishable from tho now ones. 'nrt Now UulforiiiH. Yesterday was the Inst day when tho fol- electric atreot car employes could bo ?im fitted out with their now winter uniiay forms, including a heavy bluo overcoat. All the employes complied with in^eu structions and have new uniforms, f's) which wore worn lor tho first tiino yestry torday. >ry. a fqj_ The wisest course in politics is to vote I j"t0 for tho Dost, man, ana you cuunuu uu ^ jjj. mistaken. So. in the uso of blood purn7. iflors, you can't bo mistaken if you take rn J? Ayer's Sarsapnrilln, because all parties ~ |U',0 airree that it is the best?tho superior nn medicine. Try it this month. _ ion m * ho If you have not been at tho World's I ill's Fair, you will enjoy tho Entertainment J itor Rivon at tho Opera House Tuesday tho evening. If you navo beon there it will tho recall overy picture vividly to your s it mind. the m l0l- Untieing Acmlomy. nsli Frof. John Million will start hisdancTo ing class for ladies and gentlemen, 9 a Misses and Masters, Tuesday ovenintr, >ur- November 7. in the Island club room, 1 ith corner South Penn and Virginia stroois, " tho from 7:30 to 10 o'clock p. m. This will his bo central for Bridgeport and Martin's 3 to Ferry, Ohio. Tho Profossor wishes all has those in the abovo places to avail them>nts selves ol this opportunity to come and rna learn to danco. None but new and popuing lar dances will bo taught. Classes will * meet Tuesday and Thursday of oach * week. I I At tho funoral of a foot ball player in lt Leicostor, England, a couplo of weeks ago, a foot ball was laid on the co(Gn. 3111ys. No body adverlh0 ( \ tiscethat his blood lias mcdicino doesn't '/ amount to much. Thoy'j-o all of om- V thorn " tho best." fl P???'But there's only I ]\ \ oi ?c of them that's be / / H\z S00^ enough to *3 I 7 J K guarantee ? and eon / i T that ia Dr. Pierce's nra /y Golden Medical era. Discovery. With J that, if it falls to benefit or cure, in any case, any yOU have y0ur money back. ngs It's a modicino that cures, in all dis&uz& igo, causod by a torpid liver or impure blood. ires It'a not like the sorsaparillns, which claim to do good in March, April, and Mav. All tho the year round, with equal l>onoflt, it cleanses, I invigorates, and builds up tho entiro system. vl,? If you'ro bilious, " run-down," or dysjx-ptic, tho or suffering from any blood-taint or disorder, tho that's the modicino you need. For tho worst ~ ior- forms of Scrol'ula, and in tho moct stubborn 1 -a,?o Skin and Scalp Diseases, such as Salt-rheum. I,jur Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas, and all kindred J xi ailments, nothing can equal it as a perfect l." and norinnnent remcrly. Sold by dealers in medicines tho world 000. over. row _ . in- 1)1 KD. 3IIORT?On Tuctdny. Oetobcr Rt. 1803, nt 12 o'clock midnight. of diphtheria, MAflfiir. T., only child of C?. William and I<onlsa M. short, o^ed f< years. 0 mouths and 20 (lays. this Funeral from resldenco of parents, No. f>59 Naretl. tlonal road, this (Thuridny) ufteruoou nt 3 tho o'clock. Interment at Mt. Wood Cemetery. >ecn ,rc.? UNDERTAKING. . ani- ? ? - ? I ited y OUIS BEETSOHV, u it- JU " jful (Formerly of Frew A Bortschy). ?" . FUNERAL DIRECTOR And Artorlal Embalmer, ar ij[ llltt .Main Street. Knit Side. ain- Calls by telopbono answered day or night. ares Store telephony, OS: rtwidoupo M3, 9pc- ? 1117 Main Strest. preiP?ir Funeral Director i me- 1 por- AND EMBALMER. fail. Callianswored hv telephone day or night q tJtore, !??>. Keildonce, 217. oc9 ? - i: sr. nt rpilE INTELLIGENCES 1 ore. | JL i?acuu? AaotiuuesHioiEPxriu. CARPZTGLEANSER-G. MENDEL ft.-CO iv^i iiiMiiigittitoettiititotci tt-'si 0 0 J TJSIE3^wGa^>^ * 1 FO ? ! CLEANING CARPETS! I <>< * Por Can. ? . G. MENDEL & CO.,. A o . A t ? 1 X7u i: () j sole Agenxs lor wneeiing. ^ o ALWAYS AUVE-GEO. E. STIFEL <1 CO. j6o. E. Stifel & Co. A LVVAYS ALIVE to the wants of the masses, we are /\ daily adding new goods to the now largest and most varied and best selected stock of FALL AND * WINTER WRAPS AND DRESS SUITINGS ever in this vicinity. Why Will You Wait ? slow is the Time to Purchase A Before the choicest novelties are sold, and get styles that will not be duplicated. Do you anticipate the purchase of a SEAL SKIN or fine FUR GARMENT? If so, place your order at once and save money. We guarantee the fit of every garment, as we keep competent fitters who will make alterations when necessary. Although our goods are of the highest grade, our prices are no higher than those for inferior grades. 3EO.E.STIFEL&CO. STAR CLOTHING HOUS?-D. GUNDIING * CO. IE HAVEN'T GOT THE To tell you all about the different styles of Men's and Boys' handsome SUITS and OVERCOATS for Fall and Winter wear now in stock ready for your inspection. NE HAVEN'T GOT SPACE To describe all the new lines of goods fresh from the workshop now being displayed in our Furnishing department. But v r v v a nn urn ! f A WP O AT WtlAl WL nave, uu i Is just this much to say: In every lino wo carry wo lend, And wo carry every lino you need; On those points every ono is agreed, And every wise buyer these points will;hoed. d. Gundling, &c CO., Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. Nice little MONEY SAFES go with every Child's Suit. BLANK BOOKS, ETC. PLUMBING, ETC. BLANK Trimble & Li re, ^BOOKS, Supply House. Stationery, Wall Paper, Baby Car- ' PLUMBIHG AND GJ5 FITTING, STEAK AND HOT WATER HEATING. ords nnd Dockets, Memorandum and Pass Books, Fiat opening Jour- A Full Lino ot tho Celebrated? nals and Lodgers, imulo from West- ? era linea papers, guaranteed first- .Snow ami Marsh Meant Pump) class binding and paper. . ? ? , ?Kept Constantly on Hand can civoyou some bi? bargains in IfiOO nnd 1502 Market Street, Wlicnllu^ BIiANK EOOXCS! nl\: _ Ton tons Blank and Momoran- rpu NATURAL GAS CONSUMERS ! dum Books in store. All the best .1. ; :* tn-i <>!'t?l:i b' i:? r r. min Ink.an.1 Mucilage mad* Ntcoi I'm,, "STES of all kind3. fcolo airont tor Loon ?r,?, , , , sin uo >mcut no.iirt, n?? ^ Isaacks & Co.'s celeb r a tod Gluci- ilashitur. iv < : r^uibr.pc.-f-c. coir. .1 nam Pons John Holland;. Gold \o^?^^romAi! Fountain Pons. ExcelsiorSleeping to 10 JK.r n ut all(I KjVejmusfucioryresale. /;.?u Coaches for babies. Largest stock nnd m-o them ;.t GEORGE HIBBERD & and greatest variety in tho State. fO ^^^."JVuTr "ZUl "? Si' ? 1'fJt'C'H IQilMJOOblO. Uil KH.D unTArr. atwiio7,?:s \le riiicEs. ^yaUAM IIABE A HOS. josephcrhves, Practical Plumbers. PG Twelfth S,rn-.t. ,y 1 " CAS AND STEAM FITTERS. MUSICAL GOODS. ' So twklitu STBUI. Ljiaxo tuning. All worl: done promptly at :,'iu.->n.t!>'e p''*'ei. ..? '.j Does your Piano ncod tuning or repairing? II o.uonro in poiltloti to do It for yon andean | XNTELUGENOER'S JOIJ OFFICR? ;uu>autct: t!iut It will bo done in a workmanlike NEW TVPK SKIRLED WOKKMKN*. UOSKg? indflnUlicd manner. . COUNT and TASO vVoiJ^ auiu F. W. BAU.MKU ?5t CO. '.if.nil27 l'our:?ju ica..