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OUR CLOTHING?M. GUTMflN &. CO.
Our Clothing TRIDIPHS OF THE TAILOR'S ART. fill" Ml ni Winter Tnuit j MAGNIFICENT ! ===== I: Before we proceed with what must prove , to be an astonishingdescription of our ele gant Fall Suits and Overcoats, it would be a pleasure to state that long strides - - ? 1 ? toward pertection nave been attained oy / the celebrated makers of our present stock. It's Manner Stockof the Town. ODR VARIETY IS UNLIMITED. EVERYTHING THAT'S NEW! EVERYTHING THAT'S NOBBY! EVERYTHING THAT'S STYLISE! , mrmwmimtft rnuKIVO fLArtTV I iiYMiininu mftfo uuuu i / In Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats. In prices we have no com- J petition. j - ? M.Gutman&Co., noons. Corner Main and Twelfth Streets. DEpSreNT.] EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN?GEO. R.TAYLOR. Extraordinary Bargain Faille Silks. SPECIAL SALE. GEO. R. TAYLOR. Messrs. Hilton, Hughes & Co., of New York, having accepted my offer for a large and entire lot of COLORED FAILLE SILK, Of Superior Quality, full twenty-one inches wide and worth at least, in the ordinary way, Two Dollars a yard, I will place the same on sale at my silk counters on this, MONDAY, MORNING, at the extremely low price of 98c. Anxious for everybody to see these Silks whether they want to buy or not. GEO. R TAYLOR. THE PEOPLE PLEASED. Thousands of Them will Get th World's Fair Viewa. THE INTELLIGENCER OFFICE SEE A Rush liko that of tho Oklahom Boomers?Six or Eight Clerks Kej Busy Saturday llccciving and Hcg istcrlng Addresses for Portfolio Nc 1 of tho World's Fair Views. Tho rush of peoplo to tho Intblligkn cei:counting rooms Saturday was eimpl unprecedented, it wn9 a sight to wil nPRQ thn nonnln rtnolrml in u'liKntr tlini turn to lonve their coupons and addressc for tho Intelugp.scbk's portfolio No. of World's Fair photographs. Nove was such a crowd seen in tho office bi tors except on election night, and it di fered from that in tho largo number e ladies and children present. In addition to this tho crowd cam and went. As fast as ono delogatio could bo waited on it gnve way to ar othor, so that all day long there ws moro or loss of a jam of people on ham It is safo to say thrt ten times as uian people were in tho olfico on Saturday n ever visited it beforo in a single dnj From Beven o'clock in tho uiorning, ur til 10 at night they kept coming, an four or live clerks were kooc ru?had al day waiting on those who brought i their coupons in porson, while thro others put in a good day's work oponin, tho mail and registering addresses son in that way. Several of the office force wore acti ally kept so busy that they could not g to their meals. It resemblod the rus at a World's Fair ticket office atChicag on a big day, or tho opening of th Oklahoma territory to the boomers Every mail yesterday also added in in creasing nuinbora to tho addresses rep istored for tho wonderful books whic tho Intelligences practically gives awaj some of the mistakes. In spite of the clear and careful wa in which the proper manner of proct dure has been repeatodly explained i tho Inteldigencer, it was expected tha some people would overlook tho diro( tious, and not so many us were expecte made mistakes. lror the most part th six coupons wero neatly cut out, pinno together, and tho name and addres clearly written on anothor piece o papor was pinned to thom, and ter cents in silvor enclosed or handed wit! them. This is as it should bo. Some of tho coupons were loose, caua ing tho clerks extra trouble for nothing Some applicants had to wait their turi and tell their names and addresses TU'A Af tlio mnil nnnl!?ntinnii fnpitnt t)i VII VUW "?? UJIJIIIVUV.UIU * " ten cents. Ono man clippod out the si: large display advertisements aad en closed them with ton cents. Many peoplo enclosed ten cents ir stamps, and ono oarly mail brought ii enough stamps to supply the office fo about three months. It is greatly pre ferablo that the dimo bo sent in coin It is safe, and much more convenionl In case a person for any good reasou de sirec. to onclose stamps, they must b ono or two cont stamps. Ten can stamps cannot be taken. This shoul be carefully noted. IIOW NON-SUliSCRIDERS CAN START. Ill many eases subscribers win brought in thoir coupons were accom panied by friends who are not subscri hers, and when thoy inspected the earn pie copy of the first portfolio they wor surprisod and delighted with the view: and naturally desirod to embrace th> otler. For this reason the Intellioen can's liberal supply of back numbers Krintod for tho occasion, was soon ox auflted. To accommodate those wh< desire to begiu with tho first portfolii and get tho complete set, and who ye cannot secure tho first six coupons, i has been decidod to send tho first pari on roceipt of 25 cents. This will covei the price of tho six papers containini tho coupons, and tho 10 cents, so tha the only advantage enjoyed by subscri bora ia" that they have tho paper fo their money in addition to tho port folio. Those who have not heretofore takei the paper c&u then begin wit this morn ing's issue, when tho first of tho sii couponB necessary to secure portfolii No. 2 will appear'at tho bottom of th last column on tho first page. It should bo borno in mind that th Bis coupons which wore printed in las week's papers are all necossary to se euro portfolio No. 1, aiv-l all tho ail which will appear this week, comraenc ing this morning and oncSing Saturday will bo necessary tosocuro portfolio No 2; so on from week to week. There has been a rush of now sub Bcribers. A largo bomber were bookei Saturday, as every doy since the firs coupon appeared, and those who hav Dot already registered thoir subscrip lions should do so at onoo. a wide range. The width of the Intelligencer' range of daily circulation was prott; well shown by tho postmarks on th letters addressed to the art portfolio de partmont These came from nearly ovcry town of any size in West Virginia qs well as from some small postoificos from all ovor Eastern Ohio, for a lontrtl of 200 miles or moro and about fift; miles west of the river, and from Wash ington and Greeno counties, Pa. Doubt less coupons will also be received fron more distant points as soon as tho mail from'thero roach Wheeling, Jand thou Bands of homes in several difleren Btatos will havo these unequalcd ar treasures. Many of those who have so far sen in the coupons have writton ietters t< accompany thorn, which is a waato o stutionerv and trouble. Tho better waj is that adopted by most peoplo?lot tin coupons, the dime and tho name ant nddress on a separate picco of paper tell the story, which they do plain 11 and completely. The part one portfolio ought to bo ro ceived by thoso who sont in their cou pons on Saturday not later than nox Thursday, perhups by Wednesday Everybody will, of course, want tin comploto set and want it neatly boun< in one volume, for while each portfolii has a neat, strong papor back, that ii not as permanent as tho books art worthy of boing bound. They can bt bound neatly and substantially at thi Intelligencer bindery for 51 50. Thi will make an elegant, convenient am durable volume, which would be cheaj at three times the entire cost. Take Simmons Liver Regulator t< keep the bowels regular. Ono dose i worth 100 dollars. "Mrs. Musin is still tho loading so prano of America. Her voice is won derful in range and clarity, and sin onunciatoa as clearly, as a speaker nrn QXecnUp as dolieately as a bir?l."*-?St 1/nw Hcpitblic. Meats on salo Tuesday nt 8 n. tn. ut U. A. liouie's. tlEAiiSUfel St Co.'iaJ. au 1 juvo money SHOES-ALEXANDER HAVE YOU ANY FEE Do you you care nnythln? about their Yonr uuswer <lcpuu<}? solcljr on the kind of hhoe? you aro In tbo 8 habit o! wearing. If yon havo bt'cn wearing tbo far-famea I PHIT-EESI SHOE then we will guarantee a certain natlflfaction not given Dy any other nhoe on tho market, y You want to try them In orter to undcntaud tho t- full mcaulng of this. They arc bo : $3 PER PAI : ALEXANDER, si" >1 1010 MAIN STREET. ABOUT FKOPLB. 0 Q Strangers In the City and tViioallnj Abroad. "Fock'a Bad Boy" Company ii 13 Windsor. ' J. C. McManns, of Siatoravilt y terod at the Windsor yesterday, 13 Mrs. A. R. Foison loft over tl ' Handle yesterday, for Now Yorl j Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Oornehtyar I from nil eastern wedding journe; n W. S. Greeninlgh, of Parke o registered yestorday at tho Behl< B C. H. Moore and Miss Sue Ti t Bethany, wore guests of theStac terday. J. Friend Hutchinson, the ? vountr Parkeraburj! attorney, i " Windsor. ? W. 0. Johnson, of Long Roa , S. N. Shackleford, of Glenville, theStamm. W H .Tnhnnnn. n nrmninonl ii vilie ''Elk," registered at the . yesterday. The "German Soldier" comps y on the Pan Ilandlo yesterday afl y for Johnstown, Pa, 5* Austin Bench, of the Pittaborgl n wna hero yesterday on a visit v it father nt the McLure. Tlio mnnv friends of Colonelr. d O'Brien will regret to learn tb 9 seriously ill at his home. g Dr. W. P. McGrail and wife, of f ing, were visiting friends in J< , county, this week.?Steubenvilte B x Miss Maud Lilly, ono of the pr clerks in tho poatoflico, will epei . day with friends in Wheeling.? Tribune. i Mr. Bernard Peters, of the Br i. Times, and his wife left on Satur 0 their homo after visiting relativ ? for a week or so. B. Peters, of PhilndelDhia, t khown railroad man, wa9 hero 01 1 ness last week, lie left for horn 1 tho Pan Handle yesterday aftern Messrs. W. W. Whitmyor and T/ong left yesterday morning for ? ington, to assume charuo of the H Uerald thore, having bought the 0 Misa Anna L. Kacklov, of t Pleasant, 0., who has boon tho a 1 Island friends, leaves this morn her homo. Sho has made a nuc friends during her visit here. William llanschuiriaker and Lizzio North woro married yeste tho homo o! tho bride'* parents Eighth ward, Rnv. I* \V. Rober tor of tho Wesioy M. E. char ficiating. Intolligonco lins been recoivt of the doath nt Hannibal, M week, of John Jones, sr., who ii known here and has relatives in ing. He was 87 years old at th of his death. The Randolph Entnjiriu says: Giesey, of Wheeling, tho architt drew the plans of our now court was here on Monday to porfec final arrangements with the court, relative to tho completioc work. Will Manners, who for seven has been tho night engineer Wheeling electrical company, yesterday at tho residence of liii Conrad Leonhart, after a tedious Ho waa a young man well liked a who sduw" mm. 0 STIFF!, & CO. nro making n sprc on Srnlotto and China M?al Capes. 0 want a bargain como this w?ch, & You're Glad You're Alive If you drink Smith's ale and " THE EMPEROR'S HAS ? *139 Unfortunates Held Capi the Palace at Peking The 11 Palace of Earth's Repose " 1 1 the Empress of China holds uer oo t rules over the imperial harem. wh< Q glimpse of the outside world la wt can see in the imperial flower-gardi * present young emperor, in additioi seven lawful concunines, has alread] than one hundred and thirty othen harem.?H. O'Shea's article, in th 8 trated American. Such is the lif( v most highly favored of Chinese f o prisoners within tho palace walls t out an existence in real slavery. A women know no slavery but tnaft w pends on themselves. Sometimes t overworked. " run-down," weak and then is the time to turn to the right n Tho one who takes Dr. Pierce's 1 Proscription emancipates hersolf fi weakness and becomes a stronger on pi or woman?more than that?a hoalt For all th? weaknesses and ailments ; to womanhood, " Favorite Prescript! positive remedy. And because ita a remedy, it's made a guaranteed one fails to benefit or cure, in any caso, your money back. Can yon ask mi head Stlfel ? Co.'h nd. and save FOX?Ou Saturday, Decembor2. 1S91. a ni,. kdna Hri.t.. daughter of Josopli KUa Fox, aged J j-enn and 11 moutti Funeral from the reddenco of hor part 329 Coal street. Monday afternoi o'clock. Friouds ol tho family res Invited to atteud. Interment prlva Wood Comotery. MANNERS?On Sitndav, December 3. 3:V> o'clock a. m., Ws*. U. Manners -4th year. Funeral from the tesldonoo of C. Leont 2802 EofT street, Tuosday at 2 o'clo Friends of tho family aro rcspectl vlted to attend. Interment at M Cemetery. CRA.YTON?On Sunday, December 3. 12:30 p. in., Mrs. Sarah Clayton, year.'', 3 months and 3 days. Funeral from the resldenco of hor ? . Crayton, 10G Zaoe street. Island, th dav) aftornoon at 1 o'clock. Frlond family aro respectfully Invited to Interment at Week's Cemetery, Brl Ohio. BAIKD?At Seattle. Washington, on T November 189J. DR. WILLIAM Uatic Daibd. son of Mrs, M. M. and Dr. George Ilalrd, In tbo 21th year o Funeral notlro hereafter. j^ul'lft iiliUTaUHV, (Formerly of Frew ,fc Hcrt?chrV FUNERAL DIREtl And Artorlal Embalmor III* .tlain MrMt. I'ai Coll* by telephone anwered -Jay o . 6torc lelepUouo. diS; tuldouM. CHAIRS. ETC.?G. MENDEL A CO. rP WE HAVE JUST UNPACKED ',=== imfort? A LARGE INVOICE OF i ?~ ~ ' maosAHY CHAIRS, DIVANS, ROCKERS, TABLES,PEDESTALS, LADIES' DRESSERS, &c., +++ + + + + Suitable for Holiday Presents. )E ,ER. The man of fiftv vears azo who bought ill A HOGANY FURNITURE left an heirloom in his family, which has since brought its weight in gold. Folk. Mahogany is always a safe investment, but never , ? more than in these times, when it bears the imat tiie print of Fashion, and is numbered among the ro|!i'" right sort of things of to-day. 3 Pan ::G. MENDEL & CO. ble, of rayea" LATE JANUARY SALES GEO. E. STIFEL A CO. i inn? uvriibv esrro W LAlfi ilAllU/iill DliLm as Early in December ! rnoon Cuts Right and Left to Make this the Banner Tjmn Month of the Season ! th his ;k: LADIES', MISSES' (U A f 17q SS and CHILDREN'S "aid. aciont Of Every Description Have Been 1 Sun'ZMarked Down! s hero bus'." have the largest line of Wraps to select from, and over with the reductions at this period of the season the ad?n vantage given you is unequaled anywhere. Our FURS Hunt- are the best in the market. Our prices the Lowest. New Dans line of CHINA SEAL and SEALETTE CAPES just in. This rofn't Is the vvee'< t0 save money- Don't miss it. 08t of Geo. E. Stifel & Co. n iho . -a !'Pna; STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-D. GUNOLING A CO. n, oi- ?-?? ? ? ;! Why Do You Wait? time _ t^wlio Supposing an invitation should reach you to-day to attend a louso, reception, a wedding, a dinner, bait or party a wuek hence, some are you prepared ? ? ? The time to prepare for such fashionounty able events is not after the cards are out, but NOW. of the -non yours js T7nll T^aec Quito I m 1 Ull JL/I l/OO UUXltJ J ii run The only Correct Style of Clothes for such occasions. We if you have them in West of England Cloth, French Worsteds and Whipcords, as well as everything else to get up a swell dressed man. The handsomest of Neckwear, Shirts. Dent's celeorler' brated Kids, in White, Pearl and Dark Shades. Drop in and EBf. get the opinion of the mirror 011 them. ra In ^0^ ! d. Gundling. In- & CO., sj oke Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 Twelfth Street.. ijLj- ? 1 jewelry. blank books, etc. "M ifSfc RI ANK "R ??* >.?. L,Lrt|,ix? WATCH KM, jg ^ 101107. TRC* Statlonory, Wall Papor, Bnby^Car-CrVTVoCnnSftro Cash and Trial Uaianeo liooks, liec* 11:55 p ySmwBHl Yo11 Money. ords and Dockots, Memorandum !L and d||f _0 and Pass Hooks, Fiat oponinsr Jourwnrrantod ?*? " ?'?? ?" >? t Ml. to run and I can give j'ou some bis bargains in 'KB. ?t corrccttuno ELAMK BOOKS! in his ? SHBPF BROS.. Ton Ions Blank and Mcmoranprt'^0, The New Jewoiprs, mo Main Btreet, ^)n Books in store. All Che best 1 p. ra. Wheeling, w. Vft., next door to Nnook Ink^and .UticiJago mado. ^tcci Puna 'n* ^ Co. h"1"' of all kinds. ^olo ajreut for Loon Wood Afpni i\i/^ oif x r p |-? Isaacks & Co.'.'i cclohratod Gluci* b I LnLI IN Li ol L V? r? ! num Pons. John Holland's Gold ?JJj "J m== Fountain Pons, Excelsior .Sleeping We have hundreds and hun- Conehct for tables.. Lar-on ntoclt ' * ?. dreds ?f choice Little Articles nnl1 Krea,cat vlr,? 7 ln tllu ?,tat0'tfZ in STERLING SILVER suitable for Christmas Presents, sotj)bktailatwiioi.j:- a i.efiuces. scport, Prices almost as low ns plated (okdak ones. Largest stock and great- JOSEPH CF5HVES, beiua est number of designs in Spoons ze Twelfth stre t. jy. 111 t8t' and Forks of any house in . ?? the State. pictures a. art materials. I. Or. DILLOKT cb OO., QTEUE0SC0P1C VIEWS JowolerB, 1223 Market 6t. ^ ? nr TIIr . nn =r==rT======r===r=== TNTEIXIGKNCKR'^ JOB OFFICE? wOHt/D'B PAin: sm.. -* newtypk 8kii.i.ki) w;)uk?m;s, it i.xbst ?xo* 0,1 s*lx at ..i,).^ OOUHI1 #nd TAijl'\ WORK. stdi'I for ur!cci vipar r'*j a t?'p ctodp INTELLIOB.VCBB, MCOLLS ART STORE, v 3fcw?d27 FourtueuUi <KtmL ?!? ~ 1222 Market ktreel