OUR CLOTHIIMG-M. GUTMAN 4 CO. '
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TRIUMPHS OF THE TAILOR'S ART.
h Fall nil filter taut
Before we proceed with what must prove
to bean astonishingdescription of our elegant
Fali 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.
li s the Banner Stock of the Town.
OUR VARIETY IS UNLIMITED.
EVERYTHING THAT'S HEW!
EVERYTHING THAT'S HOBBY!
EVERYTHING THAT'S STYLISH!
EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD!
In Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and
Overcoats. In prices we have no com
| FI.OOKS. Corner Main and Twelfth Streets. DEPAKTMEIfT.
To softon the heart and rest tho tirod brain, but real comfort is not complete
without oue of our softly upholstered
which affords thatdroamy rostfulness in which overy ono likes to sink
wlion weary und perplexed. Call and see our iinmeuso display 011 sample
(lonr aiid in show window of new and olojrant designs in Plain and
Tufted Leathor, Crotonno. Chenille, Rug, Plush and Corduroy, all at the
lowoat epocial prices and within the moans of ovoryone.
ALEX. FREW, ,fi X,grREET.
BLANK BOOKS. ETC.
BLANK_~ fig 1
Stationery, Wall Paper, Baby Car- ?
riagos,Day Books, Journals,Lodjioro, ? TfYPflRT
Cash and Trial Italanco Books, itoc- ?22' F JjAIUill
onlr, and Dockets, Memorandum Sag'?
ami Pas* llook?, Fiat opening Jour- ftffiv if ?SB k TTrT?t.?rrTit?
nais and Lodgers, inado from Wost-* JMfLlS WUTQlTffV
ern linen paporn, guaranteed llrst- ur>?*v5? " flluJjJ!lI?
class binding and paper.
Joan give you somo biz bargains in Guaranteed Eight Years Old.
Xl Xj jC\, JXT X5 O O S! WhUkey for Medicinal. Sociai or ftunllr pur
po?es nhould ho ab*olutcly nun1, tvoll nijod
Ten tana Rlimk find "\fomaran. palatable to the ?nsto ami free ironi nil iiijurioutu*
*A 1l?hlhn.f iuprcdlont*. Snen a Whiskey U FleromV* .)l,
l,rn tiooks in 8.ore. All tllfl bost Kx|>ort. .\j;od nnturnlly in Government JSondet
Ink* and .Uricilapo made. SteoiPons Warehouse*. exported to Ilmnburf. Gornmny,
of all kind* Sole ?v?i*nt l'ar Ix?nn kept In heatod warehouses until matured, ablp
1j?! ![ ? t iv ' !?i if nift t < - In P'"? bark, bottled on our onru nremlws. is tlx
JrfJJtks & l,o. s celebrated UlUU* guarantee ire ?ive yon thnt Old Export poj
nuin Pons. John Hollands Gold seM?<viall tho abovo qualities.
Fountain Pons Kxeelsior Slpenin<* VVo oftor 11 to lho clUaoos of Wheeling and
Connb.1t\r )tuZ' r ,Z\ J!L.* vleinltjr In original bott*s at the readable
Loaches for babie^. Largest stoit price of si.oo per full quart, or nix quart* foi
ana greatest variety in the State. ffi.oa Hainnlo ootrlea furnished Irco by our ex
SOLDfcKTAIfcATWIIOMWAt.KPBICBH. JOHN PCLT^RI,
Comer Market and .Sixteenth Streets,
To whom nil onion should bo a^dreiiserl.
JOSEPH GRAVES. JOSEPH FLEMING&S0N, Pittsbargh.Pa
PO T.volfth strft. 1.-.1 II?H.TT)|.I<
PICTURES A ART MATERIALS. 1_
gifillEOSt'OWC VIEWS " U' WILMS,
or int. 9 * ?1soo! Aor-',T nv?
WOHI^E'S patt, . MOXOXtlAII COAL AXI> C'OKi;
TWKSTY-FlItST AND WATEB STi
C?. Ovo:; SAI.UAT 0 Tclophono8->
MCOLL'S Al;l ^TOltE Clonn Lump Conl 7c oor Bushol,
n?i? . .. IU,M* AnUiim-Ira awl llodffloni mukinUlU Co?i
10;: Marit!mrcot u.iuclt J?i)
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I *_* JCiXAXJ 4. A i. ' ?. ^ J
I WANTED TO
Attomptcd Suicide of a Young Girl
SWALLOWED fl QUANTITY OF IODINE
That Would Ilnvo Killed Her in .1
Short Time, But a Physician Quick*
ly on Hand Administers an Kinetic
and Saves tlio Life ol (ho Young
Woman?A Pit of Jealousy Causes
the Narrowly Itacapod Tragedy.
Tho notorious M'liss McGlumplirey
placo, at 930 Market streat, that in its
timo has been tho scene of many wild
orgies, again comes to tho front. Lately
the rooms of this houso have been
occupied by young uirlu of easy virtue, I
though since M'liss- McGlumphroy's *
timo thoro has boon no laudlady there.
Withiu ?)x months ono of tho arrivals =
there wan Kin Hutch inn. a rnmolv Ionic
in" young woman ol nbout twenty. t
voara, who camo hero from Pittsburgh,
which is said to be her home. Slia has
been living with a "sport," and his no- j,
gleet of hor was tlio causo of what near- (,
ly ended in a tragedy last evening. tl
About 7:30 o'clock tho iiatchins .
woman swallowed tho eutire contents
of a haif-otinco bottle ol tincture of S
iodine, one of tho moat deadly poisons C
known. After taking tho iodina alio in- s;
formed another girl in tlio house of S
what she had done. Tho latter raised ri
an alarm, and Dr. Kidgway was at onco il
called in. Happily ho got to tho econo t!
beforo tho (loudly drug had taken ti
eflect, and by administering an emetic fi
saved tho woman's life. She did not ]
seem thankful that she had como back ii
from tho verge of tho grave, and kept U
ropoating Ibat she "wanted to die." It
Attendants reuiainod with her last o
night, and sho will not soon have an fi
opportunity to repeat her attempt to \
"throw oil this mortal call."
COUNCIL COMMITTEES. t,
Two Out at Four Moot?Some Interesting ^
Laat evenine the council committee f,
on ordinances mot to consider a change h
ot the ordinance which makes Assist* ti
ant City Clerk Feo clerk of tho police 11
court. Mr. Richards moved that hero- jj
after the police lieutenants perform the
duties of clerk of the court, and the
committee voted to recotnuieud this to ^
The matter of too low awning ovil
wan sent back to I no board of uublic
works, with a retjuost that tho board t
specify how high awnings should be, a
and what other roforms are desirablo. t
The matter of some way to adjust
more quickly disputed assossmedta for 11
taxation was deferrod, as was also a J
proposal to oxtond tho Island cow ordinance
to the entiro city, and a petition ^
from tho legislative committee of the a
Ohio Valley Trades ami Labor Assem- t,
hly asliiuK that ail city boards bo ro? \\
quired to favor homo labor in lotting t
contracts was informally passed, tho i
matter it referred to being a tiling of
tho past. j<
Tho finance committee was called to c
conaidor gas works finances, but failed
to get a quorum. Tho eommittco on j
petition* and remonstrances also failed j,
to aocqre a quorum. ?
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" Ihe conimittco 011 claims mot at 11 a.
in. yesterday, and authorized tho copy- 0
in# of the contract with Paigo, Carey & v
Co. for tho construction of tho stono ?
bridge, their bohd and the variou? osti- ^
mates presented to council from tirno i,
tolimo. Tho papers aro needed to bo fl
used as evidence in tho circuit court.
Tho claim of Marcus Church for dam- i
apes to property at 452 Alain etroot was
taken up. and tho committee agreed to
allow $300, or repair the damage. The g
claim was for SblO, for damage* result- .
ing from digging for a sower. It was J,
agreed to pay for plumbing made neces- ?
nary on James Montgomery's property t
on Caldwell's run by reason of a chango c
in a street c
Destitution tit llotmoud. ^
AtBeuwood a number ol caso3 of almost
uttor destitution have been
brought to the notico of persons disposed
to charily. In one ca*o the death c
of a child named Ilockingberry showed
the family to ho without food or clothing.
They wero at onco attended to. Another
was the death of Mrs. Skolly,
' who resided on a boat on the river
shore. Sho leaves seven small children
in destitute circumstances. The caso is
rccoivirie attention. A commnndablo
effort is boing made to have Than leigiving
dinners provided for the needy. .
Those dasirous of aiding in this may \
leave money at tho residence of Miss
Nullio Lcnobv, or provisions at the i
homo oi Miss Dora Davis. <
"The Vootloo" Friday Night.
i Next Friday at tho Opera IIouso ,
"The Voodoo, or, A Lucky Charm,"
Frank W. Sanger and Gus Both iter's j
musical comedy success, will bo the
attraction. This now pieco comes with
tho highest endorsements from tho
pres9 wherever it has been presented.
, Tho pieco deals with tho superstition of 1
tho voodoos of the West Indies and certain
southern states. The music is
original and tho eong3 catchy. Mr.
' Thomas E. Murray ia the star of the
company. Few comedians are more
original in their methods than ho. Mr. j
Murray, is assisted by the well known
soubrctto, Ada Bothnor, and a good
Lifo is too short and caroa too numerous
to stay home and ponder ovor
financial troubles on tho night that !
light-hearted Gus Williams is hero. As
it is more btessod to give than receive,
Gus Williams should be thrice blossod,
as ho carries his sunshine along tho
theatrical galaxy* lie not only cheers
for a night, but for many a following
night. To say that Gus will bo hero on
Thanksgiving aftornoon and night,
, should bo eufticient to crowd tho house. (
1 THURSDAY',Tli(iiil<N?lvlti};<l:iy, ourntor?H
I will be rioted ull dm.
UKV. K. 8TIFEL X- CO.
20 PKU CBNT ,
: Sheet Music
for tho ,
next two weeks.
' F. W. Baomeu CO. '
I am receiving now Wall Paper for ;
- spring trad", 181)4, chcaper than ever,
l'arlor and bed-rootn papers from 5c to
loc. You will save L'O to 23 por cent by j
calling or Konding for samples at tho j
i *'01d and Keliablo Wall Paper Store." j
JOH. Ghavgs. I
20 Twelfth Street. '
Julius Jacobs sella dry goods cheapest. J
[AVE YOU ANY FEET?
o you you cnrc Anything about tbclr comfort?
Your answer dcpcntfa
solely on Ibo kiii'I ut
boos j*on ure lu tbo
babit 01 weHriiifc'.
If yon bnvo
tbcu wo wlir
not given oy any
otbomboo on tbo market.
You waut to try incin in
ortcr to unclcr.'.'ftiid tlio
lull meaning oi this. They nte sold at
$3 PER PAIR.
lottf maix htrkkt.
TO MOVB THB COUKT.
[untfugtun Mny Supplant Charleston as a
Kent of Justico.
Down in Huntington they are claimtig
that in a few short months Charlesan
will bo abandoned aa the homo in
iio lower part of the utato of Judge
ackson's United States court, and the
ocond City will in the place of the
'apital City, encure this plum. It 4s
aid both Judge Jackson and United
tatoi Marshal Vinson are in favor of
Binoving tlio court to Huntington, and
: would seora in thii caao that tlio foatle
is won. The reasons advanced for
Iio change appear to bo pood on their
ice, the principal ono beinir the /act
hat Huntington is much more convensntly
situatod, inasmuch a? threeourths
of tlio prisoners that eomo be'
iroJudze Jackson aro from the lower
nd of tlio state, moat of these being
rom along the newly opened Norfolk &
Vestorn railroad. ' r
It is saUl that the campaign for a deent
government building in Huntingon
will now bo reopened with reoubled
vigor, and with much better
hances of success than hai been the
nso heretofore. It is even said that
Farmer" Capehart will emerge from
is shell and introduce the first bill for
lie benefit of his Cabell constituents?
I may be the second, since lie succeeud
that other brilliant Fourth district
nnifniaonin ,1 Ptmrlnu RrliTflP IIOCC.
IN TUB COU11TS.
Iiort Session* Yesterday in llospect to
Both sides of tlio circuit court anil
lio criminal court wero in session a
hort time yesterday morning, and all
hree adjourned out of respect to tlio
leroory of the late ex-Judgo John J.
Tlio Iioilly will ease, sot for yesterday,
ras postponed one week, the contest*
nts saying they desired to try it at this
erm, and by next Monday they could
ndicato a suitable date. It is probable
hat a part of the docket will be reset
0 accommodate this case.
In the case of Jacob Snytlor vs.
Cramer Bros. & Co., judgment was
ntercd for $570 03, with interest and
In the ca?o of Klinberly A Davis vs.
. F. Young the jury win sworn and ad- (
3timed till to-day. The same action
ras taken in tho othertpart in tba cflSOk
f Ella Boardraorp vs. C. J. Bradford.
In tho'criminal court Jacob Luikert,-;
f Fulton, cliargod with wife boating,
ras convicted and lined $20 and costs
nd sentenced to three months' imirisonment
in jail, but from this term
1 to bo deducted the time ho has
lready spent in jail awaiting trial.
'rults, Nuts and Confectioneries for
Malaga Rrape9, Concords and Catawba
weota, Florida ornnjioB, pearB, pino antics,
new figs, dates, persimmons,
rapes, fruit, tangerine*, shelled nuts
ion. Anyone wanting tlio abovo nrtiles
would do woll by calling at head*
juartors, wholesale and rotail, 1038 and
040 Main atreet, two doors south of new
>ridge. Albx, Dubst.
Tho nvorlse trip around tho world
:orapriaes about 22,000 miles of travel.
/o C\ SaTcd~-the Ufe
1,1 aj ^
^ off, and
jJ - -C- nothing can save
you. But, if taken
in tirao. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will certainly
It must bo dono through the blood?and
tho "Discovery" is tho most potent bloodcleanser,
slrength-rrstorer, and iicsh-buildnr
that's known to medical science. Tho scrofulous
affection of tho lungs that's called
Consumption, and every form of Scrofula
and blood-taints, all yield to it For Weak
LungH, Bpitiing of Blood, Bronchitis, Asthma,
and all sevcro, lingering coughs, it's an
uncqualed remedy. Its tho only one that's
r/uaranUfd. If it doesn't benefit or cttro,
In overy case, you have your money back.
Can anything elso, at any price, bo really
as cheap f
You pay only for raluo received.
Something clso, that pays tho dealor hotter,
may bo offered as 'Must as good. Perhaps
it is, for him, but it can't be, for you.
5EI.APLAIN?At hi# re?ldrncc.on Mondav. Novombor
."7. ISH Lewis a Dci.*ri.An?, iu the
7Stb yenrof his ngo.
'uneral from bis lato residence. Ko. 1307 Chapline
street. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend. Interment at Greenwood
(Formerly of Frew <& Itertv.hW
And Artorlal Embalmor.
1110 Main Street. KaUSMe.
Calls by telephone nnv.rcrol day or night
3toro telephone. &>" ; residenco &>V np.7
J?ENNEDY F. FREW,
(Graduate of TJ. S. Collcgo of Etnbalmlne),
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
1117 MAIN STREET.
Telephone 229. 217
SBA PE R manentc U R E
k l,lf mot>t o'?Hnat? rn-caef Onnnrrh'rs
I w. VJl i* Mm tiWnt.irmranteM In frtrn 3 tnft ?i?y*;
v nu other tr^mttnmt rivinitv.V jiid wfttiont
BfeOCll. f,|? ??,?'^attn<rrwult4of<1?*iiurwith Cn
Ixit*. Oonniln hp KamUI.Won-l. Noli I by
*11 firu;iri?t*. J F*tt4% (aucoe^utto
llrou). I'lnnnadm. Pert-.
CHAIRS. ETC.-G. MENDEL &. CO
WE HAVE JUST riNPAHKEDp
A LARGE INVOICE OF [j ' '
CHAIRS, DIVANS, ROCKERS,
DRESSERS, &c., ++*++++ Suitable for
u nlirlnTT DiiAomiio
nunua y nrocmo.
The man of fifty years ago who bought Mahogany
Furniture left an heirloom 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.
G. MENDEL & CO.
right in the lead-geo. e. stifel a. co.
Right in the Lccid? i*r5?SE3S^^0fc^
Better prepared than at any time to meet the demands for heavier
goods on account of the colder weather.
Why are we better prepared now ?
Last week making a special trip to the east, where all manufacturers,
importers and jobbers are making special efforts to turn their
stock on hand into cash before invoicing, we secured bargains in
Ladies' and Misses' Wraps, Ladies' Fur Capes, Novelty and Plain
Suitings and Holiday Goods that earlier in the season were not
thought of. Values seemed out of the question. Sales and cash is
all that was wanted by ail leading houses, hence we can offer you
drives that a month ago seemed impossible in our Wrap and Dress
Buy now. Don't wait until the season's almost over and then
get what's left. The lines are all complete now AND THE PRICES
SPEAK for themselves and sell the goods on sight.
Silks, velvets, etc., for fancy work.
atins?all light shades.
Geo. E. Stifel & Co. .
V IW.ll I'. II 'ill .. .V -I
STAR CUOTHIIWq MOUSE-D. GUNDLING & CO.
IT'S A MISTAKE
To suppose that the more you eat the fatter
you get. It's a mistake to suppose that 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.
WE SKY FRKNKLY
That we do not push prices so low that quality must
be sacrificed. We are anxious that our'clothing
r-i-ioii i-,o c-iHcfartnrv rather than cheap. Our aim
OI1UU ?-?i*kwiuvtv. J . ... .
is to serve our customers so well that we shall
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 I
Spocial low IN ONE NIGHT!
fafc) niAMovm By the use of either of
Xjfjg/ watches,' thoso^ delightful Toilet
81LVEBWARB,' Violet Cream or Rose Cream,
w?cnnsnvo SMOTH and SOFT!
K. H. LIST,
j| pnirod and AH Ponlm *"'1 n- 1010 Mnl" str"ct
to3run"and FURNITURE, CARPETS^ ETC.
correct time BRASS AND IRON HHtH
SIXEFP1 BROS., iiioig DTTT^CTU A TVO
Tho New .Jrirrlrrs. II10 Main Sirocl, ?J L. L/O | ?,fl Mj
Wlmrllns, \V. Va., next door to Unuiik " " 1 * ' k"'?
A Cn. . cm:. '
GROCERIES ETC. R F RT^f^" H V'^
For mediterranean ports. DLtxiobnl o
Tho Twin 8crew Expresi Steamship n *i 1 i rr
ooiumtoia Farnitore and tarpat House,
will leavo Now York (or Nup)o* nnd (Jonoc Tin.
Altlcr., TilCRSIUY. Xorcmbcrau. fsJo -J-j jfi Mn j n RfTPPf
ToQiBRAf.TAit, 830. | To Naples. 833. ? ? - ?
TJcVcti (or halo at? MACHINISTS.
H. F. BEHRENS'. T-1,n.rv..
j po2l frifi .Marmot ?trc<v. I^>kU.MA^ <x CO.,
dentistry. GENERAL MACHINISTS
ODOtfTTJNDEIL An<J Manufacturers of Marine and
Stationary Enjjln s.
I Teeth positively extractor without pain by nr. 17 Y?H1:kMS(; \v Va.
locul application No afi?r offentt - 1 "' 11 DENTAL
WOKK 'OK ALL KINDS TNJT.M.KIKNCER'S JOii OFFICII?
< tlirmu EXECUTED. JLsi-\VTYi'!'.8KII.I.i:l>'V.ll:i;MKS.Ii >S"Hr
A. B. MILLER. D.D.S.. coukt?HIT*m,
?pI7 43TifcllUisnoot,Wtt?Ua?, W. V*. . tttndshoaruoutUdirMt
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