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?UH CLOTHING?M. GUTMAN & CO.
Our Clothing TRIUMPHS OF THE TAILOR'S ART. if Fill at! Iter Turnout MAGNIFICENT ! Before we proceed with what must prove to bean astonishingdescription of our elegant Fall Suits and Overcoats, it would be a pleasure to state that long strides toward perfection have been attained by the celebrated makers of our present stock. It's the Banner Stock of the Town. arm \t a nrrTV TO TTMT TMTTFn uun varum i 10 uixLiixTii 1 i-iLA EVERYTHING THAT'S MEW! EVERYTHING THAT'S NOBBY I EVERYTHING THAT'S STYLISH I EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD! In Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats. In prices we have no competition. M.Gutman&Co., flooiis. Corner Main and Twelfth Streets. deprSst. FURNITURE-ALEXANDER FREW. ^in?H E N PU RCH HSIN FURNITURE, Variety and price are the main features, and by taking a look throilgh our immense stock of New and Attractive Designs you will be sure to buy, as the prices are so low as to be within the means of every one. -?, <%, ALEX FREW, DEALER IN Furniture, Carpats, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Window Shades, Sc., 1117 Main Stroot. BLANK BOOKS, ETC. Stationery, Walt Paper, Baby Carmires, Day Books, Journal?, Lodgers, :r.3 Cash and Trial Balance Books, Rocords and Dockets, Memorandum anil Pass Books, Flat opening Journals and Lodgers, made from Western linen papers, gunrantoed firstI enn give you some big bargains in rnjANK books: Ten tons Blank nnd Momorandum Books in utoro. All the best Inks and .Mucilage made. StooiPons /' Vr imjul j_ACbA' ' -h\ oi all kinds. Solo agent /or Leon r! Isnacks Co.'* celebrated Glncl- r#7)wnmriffijrnrtn.riTrrm^rSi nuin Pens. John Holland s Gold iMj[wiikwyfwmjwjy Fountain Pens. KrcehiorSleeping *W? ' _ Coaches for babies. Largest stock DIIDITAM On? HcotlngStovc, with down ?nd greatest variety m tl.o State. WUHAN, any other pn? stove. Moderate In prtej. Call aud oxamlno thom. Wnor'F< UE rmcK3- NESBITT & JJIiO., JOScPH CRHVES, ?0 Twnlrth S'n t. kit ~ ' ? GROCERIES ETC. PICTURES 4 ART MATERIALS. T?OR MEDITERRANEAN PORT& CjTTEK'.O.-C'Ol'iu VIE VVS ~ " Tl? Twin screw K*pr?? liraraihtp o Columtola OP Tin: 0 will leave Xo*v Y'?rl: f.tr Nnplo. and (ieiioo via. WOKI.B'8 FAX?l' usI.rsTlll-IUDAV Nowmber3.i. o o, ?H saw: I T. ,T? a "'- ''- *:l?-'T" S ma *" rickots for nolo at? Mcoix's art store, H. F. BEHRENS'. ao*? 122- Marfcct street | uo2l ?17 Market street. MOCK LEGISLATURE To bo Oraanizod Uudor Rapublican Club Auspices. A MEETING V/flS HELD LUST NIGHT And a Commit too Selected Who Will Cliooso the Members of tho "Mock" Legislature, Four from Kach Ward and District?A Mass Meet in g to bo Addressed by Mr. iL W. Campbell Doing Arranged. Tho mooting of tho Ohio County Republican club, caiiod for Inst evening at its rooms in tho Odd Fellow*' block,was fairly well attended. Tho mooting was called to order by Prosidout J. K. Hall, who stated tho' purpose of tho gathering?111? organization of a mock legislature. Ho said tho gentlemen to whom had been delegated tho business of prertnrtmr n nlnn rnnid nrtk lin nrneftnt. IIo !*" ??* ~ I recommended that cacti district bo entitled to four representatives. Mr. Campbell, of the committee, ho said, had proposed that tho legislature havo a Democratic majority of one, and that the journal of tho houso of delegates of ISSS-Sy bo followed during tho winter. Mr. Campbell Kichards apoko ou tho subjoct of tho mock legislature, and was of the opinion that the scheme as outlined is a lirat class one. After aomo 'discussion tho chairman appoiuted tho following committee, which will select four members from each ward in tho city, and from each district in tho county: First ward, Capt. VVilliam Otto. Second ward, Campbell Richards. Third ward, \V. II. iiornish. Fourth ward, Richard Robertson. Fifth ward, William D. Robertson. Sixth ward, Capt Tltomni JMvison. Seventh ward, Dr. G. J. Caddie. Eighth ward, John Dovine. Triadolphia district, T. J.IIugus. Liborty district, Prof. A. & itall. Kichland district, II. F. Carter. It was decided that members of tho legislature meet Wednesday evening of next week when organizn'iion will be ellected. Tho cominitteo will also moot at the same time. There was some (lisciieeion and unwillingness 011 the part of gentlemen to tako "Democratic parts" in the legislature. It is said that Mr. Georce W. AtkinBon will assume the rolo of leader of the Democratic sido, and that exSenator Alex Campbell will occupy the position of speaker. For this Mr. Campbell is well fitted as ho was a member of the legislature of 1888-89. Mr. "A. W. Campbell's address was postponed for the present. A committee composed of Messrs. T. J. Hugut>, Mayor B. F. Caldwell and General A. 11. Beach was appointed to arrange for a maps meeting in the near futuro to bo addrosscd by Mr. Campbell. THAT HAY FAMINE. American Importers Could Not Competo With Their Soutliera Cousin*. England and Great Britain generally, that were lately the Eldorado of American hay growers, do not now pay the almost fabulous prices that ruled for a month or two early this fall. It will bo romembered that thero wore several large shipments made from this section, and altogether several ship loads went from Baltimore to England. The prieo was away un, $30 to $40 a ton, but now hay doesn't bring any more than it docs in this country. A local hay buyer oxplainod tho causo of tho de"? cline yestorday. It sooms that when it becamo generally known to tho commercial world that thero was a virtual hay famine in England every country that hail an over-supply sent it to their Cousin "John Bull," and as a consequonce thero was soon an over-supply and a slashing cat in prices. Tho hay .l.-l * 4 l,? C?,,t l. lUUb WHS BUUV U?Ui iiwm IIIC uuuni American countrios, while not of so good a quality as thai from the United States, was put on (ho inarkot at n much loss coat and soon ruled the market. Sevoral of the exporters lost heavily toward tho Inst. Teutoiilu Concert. Tho Tcutonia Singing Society will give one of ita popular concerts at its hall 011 South Jacob streot to-morrow oven tag, at which the following programme will be rendered: part r. Chorus?Normann's Sour Kuoken Toiiiouiu GwaHffvoroJn. Soprano Solo storch Miss L. Helinbrecht. Duett?Last Proscribed Flo tow Messra. II. Sellattb and II. Itoutor. Soprano Solo Faust I. Owna. PART II. Chorus?Thnurvlnd lustlger Gesolle Ilaerlng Tcutonia Gcsangverciri. Quartette?When tho Hues of Daylight Fado.... Kinersou F. Heller, F. Schaub, W. Zlmracr, II. Keuter. Gipsy chorus Sehumnuu Germlstor Chorus. Bass Solo?Bedouin Lovo Sons C. Plnauta Mr. If. Keuter. PAliT III. Chorus?Blumchen am Haag Storch Tcutonia. Soprano Solo Gade Miss II. Helinbrecht. Tenor Solo?Orange Blossoms Geibel Mr. Schaub. Club Swinging Mr. F. Miller. Director .. l'rof. L. Vass IJlft Works to lltttiiimo. One of tho most solid manufacturing institutions in tho stato is tho Ensign Manufacturing Company, of Huntington, one of tho largest railroad car and railroad carwhcol concerns in tho world. This company has not beon operating ita immense works, where one thousand men are usually employed, forsoveral months. As this is tho largest manufactures institution in iluntinirton, the shut-down has beon severely felt. A gentleman connectod with tho company has informed an Intelligencer man that the company has several contracts which will soon be closed, and that within a few weeks tho works will resume operations. Tin Seal" Bread. Tho Wheeling Bakery will give an elegant thrce-bladod pi;nknife, or a beautiful doll, to any little boy or girl who will eavo tho Tin Sq'aIs from 100 loaves of their bread. Seals must bo presented at tho oflico of the Bakery, cornor Main and Twentieth streets. Always ask your grocer /or "Tin Seal" Broad. Wm c, Trance nu<t Tent Medium. Independent slate-writing, sealed messages answered, business* marriage, divorce, law, love, luck, unites tho separated, given success. The only medium in tho city. 2(J15 Chaplino streot. Rod star cars to door. Parties out of the city, send mo a self-addressed, stamped envelope, (business size) ior froe advice. ^ If you have never been able to find glasses to suit your eyes, consult without charge, Trot. Shell, the only Optician in the city, at his now quartern, 1110 Mutu street, next door to Snook it Co. D4W f. SHOES-ALEXANDER. _ | "THE ONLY PEOPLE I"# 011avJn/r flie rJffbt to fell W ? Strong abd Carrol'sr #Mcd'i High Oradj ^ ^ 5 Cordovan Shoes. I T ^ Tlie best fine Shoe that can Jk D ^ be produced from leather! ^ W A strong statemint, but ^ (V we are prepared to prove it. 0 5 ALEXANDER, 5 J ?Shoe Sollor,? ^ W -1049 Main Street.- ^ ^ If You Head it in our ^ CHIMIN AI, ItIsCOIlD BROKKN. Uolinont Comity Ilujihlly Adding to tlio Pen Population. Tho criminal record of Belmon? county has boon surpassed at tho present term of court, and tho end is not yet. Never in tho history of that county before were as many criminals sentenced to the penitentiary during ono term of d court. About eighteen years ago, while I Major W. Kennon was prosecutor ^ and Judge Chambers was on tho bench, eleven wero sent to tho pen, but during ss tho present term of court Judge Driggs has sentenced twelve to tho peniten tiary, and there, are three more to try on charge* which, if proven, will take K thorn to tho stato institution for criminals. 1'rosocuting Attorney J. \V. IIol lingaworth conducted moatot trio cosea alone, and with wonderful success. In tho felony trials so fur thero have been only two acquittals, the i3am0ivJlJo boy ? charged with stealing a nocketbook from tlio. basket of a farmer s wife, and John Mazingo, charged with shooting with inteut to kill. Two others have boon tried for felonies and convicted only of misdemeanors, Watkins, of Bellairo, and Neltzelt, who did the stab- fg bing at St. Clairsvillo tho day of the ? Democratic county convention. It is a CI great record at a time when crime seems ?)( to be increasing. ^ Cloaks.?Hundreds of now styles just Q opened for to-day's trade. Geo. M, Snook & Co. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! Lndlcn* Wool Non-Shrlntoiblc Volts to- il tiny 50 conts. Ilugulnr 8100 V?*nt, nt til THE POPULAR, _i 1111 Mnlu btruet. pi Fumpkins weighing 250 pounds have been grown in California. v IVa money thrown away j-nrrn \ when a medicino doesn't holp \ von. It's your risk and your vp vJ,y\ 1?S3. But that's tho way you |r- have to buy overy medicino 0| y r\ v> >\ *or woman's ailments, except /.) n? Dr. Pierce's Favorite PreIvj/ U scription. ? A <1 with that, there's no risk A ~it'? guaranteed. If it n fl V/j doesn't benefit or cure, in all Yf 0 the chronic weaknesses, pain- / ft -JA 'l,l disorders and functional I sL V# disturbances that afflict 1 y ^ womankind, you havo your \ A v o monoy back. But you won't " *v ask it?you'll bo cured. v Giro it time, if your caso is ? olwtinate. Tho troubles that come slowly, havo to go slowly. The surest and speediest ? remedy Is tho "Favorite Prescription." It builds up and invigorates the system, regulatcs ana promotes tho proper functions, and I restores health and strength. For everything that's known as a " female coir Maint," it's a positivo specific. JL If you're an overworked or suffering woman, it's a medicino that's mad? especially to help you?but you pay only for the help that vou net On these terms it's tbo cheapest sold. 1)1 ED.' PRATT? At hi* late resilience. 10T? Fifteenth xlri-ot. on Friday. November 21. 2893, at 8:20 o'clock p. in., Kdu'ahd I?. Pratt. Funeral notice hereafter. CUNNINGHAM?On Thursday. November 23, nt o'clock p. xn., Mr. Hahaii Cm- t ningham, mother of Mrs S. B. McKce, aged 70 years. Funeral notlco hereafter. UNDERTAKING. J-^OUIS BEBTSOIIY, (Forraorljr of Frew .t Bertohr). FUNERAL DIRECTOR And Arterial Embalmer, JI Hi Jlnlu Ntrr.'U Kait Side. ? rails by telephone answered day or night i Store telephone. 6"4; rosldeuoo 50ii. ap_7 J^ENNEDY F. FREW, (Graduate of U. 9. College of Embalming), Funeral Director and Embalmer, WITH ALEXANDER FREW, , 1117 MAIN STREET. Telephone 229. Jff'gEEHW 217 CLC ? LOOK Cloak Sal Having bought fi York City their e enabled to offer I THE LATEST SI From Three == regular price mm- these Wraps ari J. S. RJ H52 : CHAIRS, ETC.-G. MENDEL A CO. IE HAVE JUST UNPACKED j'l A LARGE INVOICE OF Hp- ' MAHOGANY HAIRS, DIVANS, ROCKERS, ABbES, PEDESTALS, LADIES' iRESSERS, &.C., + + + + * + + Suitable for Holiday Presents. ?. -?. The man of fifty years ago who bought Mahogany Furniture left an heirlocm in his family, which has since brought its weight in gold. Mahogany is always a safe investment, but never more than in these times, when it bears the imprint of Fashion, and is numbered among the right sort of things of to-day. j. MENDEL & CO. WRAPSGEO. E. STIFEL &. CO. rHE WEATHER INDICATIONS Are for colder. Now you want to be prepared for the worst when it comes, so don't put off your purchasing WINTER WRAPS any longer. Every new and stylish Wrap of this season has been presented in our stock. Some lines, in which we have osed some of the sizes that cannot be duplicated, have sen S S S MARKED AWAY DOWN, S g S less lan half their value. These include Ladies' and Misses' arments. We lead in Furs of all descriptions. Our FUR CAPES, the various styles, are'pronounced by all judges to be ie best in the citv. Muffs, Thibets, Trimmings and Tip ngs. All only first-class. Don't buy a Seal Skin till you have consulted us. We il! give you a better fur for less money than you can buy sewhere, ajid guarantee a perfect fit. nn I a CrCp'C Celebrate,i Sanitary Underwear Ul\. J t\C v-I Lv i\ J is soid only at our stores. 3eo. E. Stifel & Co. '? STAR C LOTH IN G H OUS E-P. GUNJLING &. co. T'S A MISTAKE To suppose that the more you eat the fatter you get. It's a mistake to suppose thai; anybody can sell you two dollar's worth for one dollar. It's a mistake to suppose you can get the right results if you go to the wrong place. rt?ES7W FRKNKLY That we do not push prices so low that quality must be sacrificed. Wo are anxious that our clothing shall be satisfactory rather than cheap. Our aim is to serve our, customers so well that we slnll retain our trade from year to year. We are displaying an unusually attractive line of +MEN'S FURNISHINGS.** Notice Sensational Low Prices in east window Silk Embroidered Suspenders 45c a pair ! D.Gund!ing&Co. iAK SALE-J- S. RHODES1 CO. YOUHERE!^ .eh=-Cloak Sale! ? 'om the leading Cloak House of New . rntire sample line of Cloaks, we are ?ixtra Inducements to the trade. fYLES OF LADIES'. JACKETS 1 to Eight Dollars less than . It's Like Finding Money! B ALL FIXE GRAPES AM) NEWEST STiTKS. IODE S & CO. MZA-IlsT STREET. t ? ^