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OUR CLOTHING?M. GUTMAN &. CO.
Our Clothing ??^TTTiirnTTri a n mirn m i Tr at* in t nrrf mmm u* tjijs iailuk ? m. # (lir Fall aiJ Winter Tint MAGNIFICENT ! Before we proceed with what must prove to be an astonishingdescription of our ele? I ? M r\ **/-1 f^\ i f If tt rAIlM gCim rail OUiib tiuu \y vcii_<jais, it vvvjuiu be a pleasure to state that long strides toward perfection have been attained by the celebratedTnakers of our present stock. It's the Banner Stock of the Town. OUR VARIETY IS UNLIMITED. EVERYTHING THAT'S NEW! EVERYTHING THAT'S NOBBY I EVERYTHING THAT'S STYLISH! EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD! In Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats. In prices we have no competition. M.Gutman&Co., FLOORS. Corner Main and Twelfth Streets. dewStmot. _ COUOJH ES-ALEXANOER FREW. ? To soften tho heart and rest tho tired brain, but real comfort is nob complete without one oi our softly upholstered ^COUCHES, which affords that droamv restfulnesi In which every one likes to sink when weary and porplexed. Call audeaecur immense displav on sample floor and ia show window of now and elegant designs in Plain and Tufted Leather, Crotonne, Chenille, Rug, Plush and Corduroy, all at the lowest special prices and within tho means of everyone. ALEX. FREW, 1117 maistreet. BLANK BOOKS, ETC. CARPET SWEEPERS. ^BOOKS; MJt Stationery, Wall Papor, Baby Carria^es, Day Books, JournatifLedeorg, y Cash and Trial Balarice Books, llec* **///} . ^ ords and Dockets, Jleinorandmu and Pass Hooks, Flan>ponins Jour* nals and Ledgers, made from Westem linen papers, guaranteed lirat- w"'J class bindiug and paper. M 1 can give you some b!^ bargains in "Wtl^C n^ANK hooks: / -wilt smile" Ton tons Blank and Momoran- r (lam Books in store. All tho boat ^VilCn5nC J?CC^ ullg Jnkaand Mucilagomade. SteeiPona >7lioa/t1t C, ,r. 01 nil kinds. Sole agont ior I .con j"\ tf&SCI i i Cvt^OCLN^CCP'"' Isaack* <i Co.'s colobratod Gluoi- ' num Pons. John Holland's Gold wo hare tho "Granil Rapids" Swoawirs la fountain Pens. Kxcolsior Sleeping twelvestvleso( wood, selected fiom the MichiConchas fnr hnhiu* I .ir.msf gnn exhibit lU the World's Fair. Persons deslrvoacnos ior unoies. Mnrest stock fnfroua bhou|d ch0OT0 ertrlv< M? the iUpp,r ls and greatest variety in tho State. lltnitod ami we eou secure no moro ilko them. NESUITT & ?H0., SOI.D ItKTAtt AT WHOtESAf.E Vf.lCF.i. ,.:,g Market .S^t. JOSEPH GRHVES, Tj ii. D. wills; 30 Twelfth Street. iv- l\t - . * SOLE A<;rN'T pon? PICTURES & ART MATERIALS. MONONGAII COAL AM) COKE, giiiioia t,,;ISfii:st asu wat,:k ?* ? ? Clonn Lump Coal 7c Dor Bushel. " Aullintrilti nmt 1'ieUiTiont IIIiicksmKU Coo! WOHXjD'S FAIR! 'T. .?C T.o *Ll: AT * *JOB + WORK* MCOLLa AR'i stord, nkatlv and promptly kxecoteo noW 12- Martet ureet. AT XI1K LSTELLIUENCEK JOU KOOSti . ' H ii WORLD'S FAIR PHOTOS. Tho Intelllffoncor's Popular Views and How to Got Them. SEC'JRE THE COUPONS EVERY DAY. Buck Numbers Can Bo Obtalued at tho Office by Persons Who Have Missed Any?Fach Purt It eq a Ires the Six Coupons Issued In One Week?They Are Offered Exclusively to Old and Now Readers of tho Intelligencer. ^ 4 It wns extremely fortunate for the Ikjelmgexcer and its wide circle of readcn that the arrangement was mado by which it aeeured the oxclusivo right to distribute, for a limited period, reproductions of the splendid series of views which the official photographer of the United States government bad coilcctod with much labor and groat expense during the past year. The roeultB of his work are remarkably comprehensive, llis busy camera carefully explored overy nook and corner. From tho nortborn to the southern gate, from tho nuisance to the I'eristylo bo was omnipresent. He was ever on tho watch for special features, and al;o those which from an art and educational standpoint seemed to be most worthy of preservation. In securing for distribution tho cream of this remarkable collection tho Intelmgkkcrh presents the most boautiful, uriistic, and wortliy o(luring ever vouchsafed by a newspaper to its readers, and it'therefore commends the entire sories to such as may desire the most complete, comprehensive, interesting and instructive, descriptive and pictorial history of the groat exposition which will ever be offerod. Persons who desire to take advantage of tlio otler should read the advertisement carefully. There are 256 of tho views. They are in sixteen separate poruouos, aixteun views in each portfolio. To obtain each one of these portfolios tho reader must clip from six consecutive issues of the Intelligencer the numbered coupons inserted tor the purpose?not the largo advertisement, or any part ot it, but tho coupon on the bottom of tho last column of the first page of the paper. j Six of these coupons with ton cents in ca6h must be sent to the Intelligencer, when that one portfolio will be mailed ' to tho party sending them. The iirst coupon lor tho first portfolio was printed last Monday. The last one will appear Saturday morning. The first coupon for the second portfolio will appear next Monday and tho last ono on the following Saturday, and bo on week after week. The proper and safe way is to cJip the coupon each day. Those who have 1 missed any of tho papers containing tho first six coupons can aecuro tho back numbers at the I$tblmgenceii counting room. New nainos aro added to the subscription lists every day, and all who have inspected tho pictures aro both surprised and delighted at their clearncs* and beauty. Nobody should bo without them when they can bo secured at a nominal cost. A FIXE THANKSGIVING. Beautiful Weather ami tho I)ny Is Genera I ly Observed. Finer weather has seldom been eeon in this section on a Thanksgiving day than that which greeted people yeeterday. It was clear and sunny, neither too cool nor too warm. Tho day was quite as generally observed as usual. Business was largely suspended for most of tho day, and all tho public ofiicoj were closed. Tho banks, of course, took the fluv nflf. nn<! nt tho nostoffico Sunday hours wore observed. The First, Second and United Pgeabytorian churches united in cervices at the Second church in tho morning, at which the Rev. Dr. D. A. Cunningham, of tho First church, preached. Tho English Lutheran, First Baptist, Christian and Chaplino Street M. E. churches united in services at tho fkstnomod church. Rev. A. J. Iroy, the Baptist pastor, preached, and tho ministers of tho other churches also made brief addresses. Special music was rendered by tho choirs of all tho churches combined. lbe # mombors of Fourth street, Thomson, North street and Zano street M. E. churches also united, Rev. Dr. Bickley, of Thomson church, preaching in the Zano street church. At tho North street church, Rev. A. Mick, tho presiding older, preached last evening, and tho Epworth league had service*. The Wesley.M. E. and Third Presbyterian churches joined in services in the (latter churih, Rev. Mr. Roberts, of the former, preaching the sermon.l In theCatholicand Episcopal churches also tho day was appropriately observed, and the attendance at all was good. Tho featnro of tho dav, of courso, was family reunions and bigturkov dinners. It ia.tho home dov, and was thoroughly oqj6yod as customary. AT THK INF1HMAHY. An Entertainment for tho Inmate.* Given Lnnt Night. At the Ohio county infirmary last evening there was a very delightful musicahand literary ontortainmont, which was very much enjoyed and appreciated by the iumates. Tho following programme was carried out: Singing by Epivorth J-enguo of the Fourth Street M. E. church. Prayer by a. C*. Wlnchor. Heading of tho 72d I'salm by (?oorgo Ilibbord. Singing?"Blvst bo tho Tlo fhat Hinds." Music by tho vEnllun Mandolin club. Georgo Otto. William Miller, Walter Vurdy, Bert Cox, William Schonk. Heading?"Chimes of Amsterdam," Kato Win cher. Plaiio duot by Misses Maud aud Blanch Chapmau. Huraorounrcoijotlon by Frank Walton. Recitation by A. V. Hlbbcrd. Music by Aro'tl Mandolin club. Kend I ng?"Caleb's Courtship." by Holllo Winoher. Yornl music br Kate Land. Reading?"A Voire from the Foor House." Vocal trio, Berdio, Maud und Blauch ChapChwpznnn. Bcucdictlon. A vote oi thanks was given to all who wero instrumental in making tho arrangements and those who gave their sorvices, also to C. A. IIouso for furnishing the piano and to the Wheoling & Elm Grove railroad for furnishing tho transportation. It has boon suggested that aorae charitable disposed person or persons furnish the .moans f of holding services at tho infirmary every Sunday evening. THANKSGIVING SOCIAL At the Y. 31. V. A. Hull Lnut livening wni n Great Sucre**. Young mon appreciate wholesome, manly fellowship, and this they may have almost every ovonjng in tho cheerful building of tho Young Men's Christian Association. Once in uwhilean enjoy i SHOES-ALEXANDER. HAVEYOU ANY FEET? Do you you care nnrtblnj about their comfort! Your answer depends sold? ou the kind ot sbovi you ure la tbo bablt of wearing. If you b?v# been wearing tho for-faojed PHIT-EESI SHOE then wo will guarantee u cortaln satisfaction not glron by nor other shoe on tbomarkol You want to try them In orter to understand the full meaniug of this. They are 60ld fit $3 PER PAIR. if,mNnRRj,H,?ii 1040 MAIN STREET. ablo aocial reception is givon to youug men. One of those pleasant socials was held last night. A moat agreeable feeling of good fellowship pervaded the building and the young men present had a jolly time. The decorations wore novel, consisting of corn, pnrapkiu#, cornfoddera and jacK lanterns. The refreshments consisted of a barrel of apples. Thero was no formal programme, yot th.9r.1e was plenty of entertainment nnd amusement Physical Director Marshall gnvo an exhibftioH\<?l heavy club swinging and Harry Bnchoif displayed considorablo skill in a fancy club exercise. Jameg Morgan entertained the young men with a humorous recitation. Thero was hearty singing at intervals, lod by C. S. Morrison, with James I'erry presiding at the piano. The delightful evening was closed with a brief 'J hanksgiving service, conducted by General Secretary Lynch. Rev. Dr. Bickley made appropriate remarks. fievornl hundred young men enjoyod tho evening at the association building and not a few gave vent to expressions of pleasure and delight. Tlio O. H. L. Club IMnner. Tho 0. W. I* club boys gave a Thanksgiving turkey dinner at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon at their pleasant club rooms on Chapline street, which were finely decorated. Tho table was beautifully decorated with flowers, and oighteon guests sat down to a feast which fairly mado the tables groan, 'ihe monu reflected much credit on the committeeNon refreshments, which was composed of Messrs. Will McNabb, Dave White and M. Mooney. Mr. Dinger took a flash light photograph of tho n.irt v. r? -rf For Broach of Promise. The breach of promise suit of Myrtle Clifford vs. John C. Gay was tried in common' pleas court at St Clairivillo yesterday, to Judge Driggs. As will be remembered Gay and Miss Clifford were engaged to be marritd, the time set, the puest%and mimstora present, bat bo tailed to come to time. At that timo suit was about to be brought when the trouble was fixed up and the day atrain fixed; but in the meantime Gay, who was a merchant at Kelsjey Station, on tho 13., Z. & C. railway, ran'away the day beforo the wedding, writing a note to Mi Clifford from Wheeling that he could not fulfill his engagement Tho shoriirclosed his store on an attachment in favor of bis brother, but tho breach of promiso suit went on, and Judge Driizga gave Miss Clifford judgment for $2,500 with coat*, Gay making no defeneo. To feel briirht and cheerful attend to your stomach, and take aimmone Liver Regulator. Wnlto, TraticcMUHl Tost Medium. Independent elate-writing, sealed messages answered, business, marriairo, divorce, law, love, luck, unites the separated, gives succoas. The only medium in the city. 2615 Chaplino street. Red star cars to door. Parties out of tho city, aend me a self-addressed, stamped envelope (business size) for froe advice. Julius Jacobs sells dry goods cheapest Tom?My fiancee has a parrot and I want to give her something for it. What would you sujfgost? Dick?Cat.? juage. _ Used up. IJb k uV?>r the only wat to v!^fl^\vvrv use 601110 thlngB. *w A\\y Vm^'V but *t'f a C oW \Virv?S condition for a mvlfTwMwV m,m or woman* V ft \\ \Hv ^ means diseaso. V^'VoWvJTx WU\Vs Toko Dr. Pierco'a Golden Medical %' CaJ-\ mN> Discovery. That moans health. It Invigorates tho Ifvor and kidney*, poriflas the blood and cloansea and renews the whole RVBtem. For all scrofulous humors and blood-taints, and even consumption (or lungscrofula), if takon in time, it's a positive remedy. It's a guaranteed one. In all diseases of tho, liver, blood and lungs, It's warranted to benefit or cure, or tbs money is refunded. No other medicine of its class is solc^ through druggists, on this peculiar plan. You can judgo why. You only fay for the good you get In other words, it's sold on MaL No other medicine of its kind is. And that proves that nothingelse is "Just as (rood " as the 44 Discovery." >' The dealer is thinking or his profit, not of yours, when bo urges something else. .Judge for yourself which is likely to be the bettor modicum. DIKI>. falONER?On Thnrsdav, Novomber 30.169% at 1:10 h. m.. Kaisers E.. relict of tho latb John A. Tlioner, aged 10 year* and 2 mouths. Funeral from her Into resldenco. 2238 Market street, Saturday, December 2, at l>:.'0 a. m. Roqulum mats at SI Alphousus Church at 10 o'clock r.. in. Interment at ML Calvary Cemetery. BAIRD-At Senttle, Washington, on Thursday. November SO, 1801. Dir. Wim.iam Jordan Hatkm Daiico. son of Mrs. M. M. nud the Utu Dr. George lialrd, lu tho 21th. your oi his age. Funeral notice hereafter. MEYER?On Wednesday evening, November 20. 3SOI, at 7:no o'clock, Mary E. Fohkman, wlfo of August C. Meyer, lu hor 24th year. Funeral notice hereafter. QUELL?On Thursday, November 30, 1R93, nt IV:lft a. m., EMZASBrn. wife of George Quell nnd daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Flanagan, In her 2-ld yeur. Funeral notico hereafter. UN PER TAKING. J^OUiS BEKTSCHY, (Formorly of Frew ,6 Rert<ehrv FUNERAL DIRECTOR And Arterial Embalmor, 11 III Main Street. KastSMn. Calls by telophono qhtwered day or night Store tolcphoMc. ti-'t; nuidonco 300. sp27 J?ENNEDY f. FREW, (Graduate of U. S. College of Embalming), Funeral Directorand Embalmer, WITH ALEXANDER FREW, tii7 main Street. , Telephone 229. JIT'telShone, 217 / CHAIRS. ETC.?G. MENDEL a. CO. I WE HAVE JUST UNPACKED II. r A LARGE INVOICE OF || =Mmmv ?? lUUllVUXlJll A CHAIRS, DIVANS, ROCKERS, TABLES,PEDESTALS, LADIES'DRESSERS, See,, +++ + + + + Suitable for Holiday Presents. ' v 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 ft bears the imprint of Fashion, and is numbered among the right sort of things of to-day. G. MENDEL & GO. RIGHT IN THE LEAP-GEO. E. STIFEL &. CO. Right in the Lead. - ? 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 all leading houses, hence we can offer you drives that a month ago seemed impossible in our Wrap and Dress Goods Department. f 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. Hon P L~j L<1 i V/1 V-A vy STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-P. GUNPLItMG & 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. ?^-a-* r-rrs riWW CC57T IVf I V/ , iftt COM I r-r\rvn iv t?. 1 That we do not push prices so low that quality must be sacrificed. We are anxious that our clothing shall be satisfactory rather than cheap. Our aim is to serve our customers so well that we shaft 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 D.Gundling&Co. JEWELRY. | FURINMTURE, CARPET3; ETC. g-j* BRASS AND IRON?JJJK diamonds, o nrnCTf A HQ WATCIIK, % * # * ? # DLilJo 1 JU AJJOj Fornitnre and tarpjt House, to run and f /-y t koep ti.e i Carriers _ i correct time i V-,U1 1 ? JJ . . ? , ? * DELIVER ' sf? ^ts?0" the intelligencer WIiMllnf, W. Vn., next ilour to Snook !' |> & Co. no!6 , | To Residences u:i?l HiikIiicw , I . llotucs Throughout \ PHOTOGRAPHY- ? Wheeling } Order Pictures~~>-I\]OW ^ ANDm 5 ?rem..*? Mv_y vv \ SUBURBS, i nOIiIDATS. i P DAILY, 15c PER WEEK. f Higgins1 Gallery, koordc?i^i7^ 110-7 ? TWELFTH STRUCT. J TELEPHONE 416. jyjYLES' ART BTCDI0. PHOTOOHAPH8. MACHINISTS. PORTRAITS IN Pasteu OIL, CRAYOX, WATER "D EDMAN ?SC CO., AND ISK. X? 2IS^ whin STREET. GENERAL MACHINISTS ?And Manufaoturero of Marine and . THK. INTELLIGENCES- Stationary Enalnja.. , I?A C'LUJl tKD PUllUfT/LlLI PiTt*. taW WHEELING, W. VA i r * 'dj