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[ AJ1N UAL HOL1P AY SALE~M. GUT MAN & CO,
WILSON BILL
Double Discounted!
ANNUAL
HOLIDAY <K
SALE ?^OF J?L
Men's Fine Suits
Overcoats,
$10. jf
These Suits and Overcoats have been selling,
and have been considered the cheapest thing in
the city, during the season at J?!? and ?j8,
and they ail go at
the uniform price /"!> 4
?' $1U.
The reason of this is, that we have too many
of them, and they must go. Those taking early
advantage of this tremendous sacrifice will have
first choice of the Nobbiest tilings shown this
season. The best line of
SMOKING JACKETS AND BATH ROBES
In the City. NO FANCY PRICES I
M. Gutman
cSc CO.
floors. Comer Main and Twelfth Streets. mSh.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS-ALEXANDER FREW.
q'na social way
The people all over the city are discussing the
handsome t}pnqatlfc
christmas 1 1 co u1110
Seen in our sloro. liattan, Upholstered, Fancy Wood Seat, and Children's
Keekers in ondloss variety. Easy Chairs and Couches. Upholstered
in Leathor. Cretonne, Plush and Cordurov. A new and attractive stock
oi I'arlor. Bod Room and Dining ltoom Furniture, l'ricoa lower than
ever beforo. Call and soo thorn boforo purchasing.
ALEX. FREW>7?ai^treet.
bargains j. s. rhodes 4co. amusements.
money opera house
q . i ?i n.one night, vmiiAY, kf.ckmiskr ic
0 A V I Nu Engagement of?
mmm morrisonn,
i II IIII l\ III If III II1 In bis entirely Now and Koconstmcted Publlm
XIUUVIUUI WiUUA Scenic and Dramatic Production ot
ip atjst i
. Tin? Wonderful "llrokon Scene," SvipporUM b
i r?tr n A7r M Miss Front: M.T.i:oBU:rs.Mr, EowaiuiKlsnkkmi
I^D DV?/??.IM a .Superb Company. rriws-Gp.T.MindSloa Seal
on fiile nt C, A. music store on and nfle
y -j , ]| WednesUay. UcconbcrdeS
UtlUiUO furniture, carpets, etc.
Embroidered sm
Handkerchiefs, ssk bedsteads
25, :i(l and 35c (JnaliUw. Choice BHRTSCHY'S
17c,?"* I Farniture and tarpet House
An T 7T . i No- 1116 Main Street
an importer made the loss !
We made the purchase!! C0Ai:
And you Reap the Benefit!!! " P- wilus,
- ?coi.f. Aon.iT For.?
T fi r?l 1 n f* MONONGAH COAL AND COKE
\ i inrlpq xt to
1 1? j? i iii till iv i >11 Clean Lump Coal 7c por Bushel
Ml IUUUUIJ \\ UUl Antliracjuiuud Piedmont lllaclsinitu cjoaj.
:H iili it. I
Immediate Rollef for the Needy ^
' Unemployed Demanded.
J_ PI
MEETING YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.
It was Decided that the Way to
Relieve is to Relieve.
THE LAW PROVIDES AMPLE MEANS
And tlio Board of County Commissioners
is tho Body Entrusted with
tho Duty?'The Joint Committee of
Various Bodies Calls tho Board's
Attention to n Mandatory Clause of
| tho Law?Employment on Public
Works in the Future also Cotitom*
I plated.
101
Yesterday afternoon there was a
joint meeting of tho committees representing
tho Ohio Valley Trades aud 1>ro]
Labor Assembly, tho city council, tho
chamber of commerce and citizen?, at Tl
the city hull, to consider what could tho
and should bo done for tho relief of tho prei
want prevalent among tho laboring chai
classes of tho city owing to their lack nox
of employment. Mr. Roman Dobler, clul
chairman of tho Trades Assembly com- Ath
mittee, was called to preside, and City will
Clerk Thoner mado secretary. Among
tho others present were" President J0**"
Grogau and Harry Hawkins, of tho .
Trades Assembly, ilonry JJaor, repre- PP'f
sontimr tho chamber of commerce, 'a|
Frank Gruse aud II. C. Richards, of tho
city council. The county commissioners . Jl
were not represented, having a meeting 1
in the country yesterday to inspect the J*"1
new bridge over tho creek at Konoy's f1*
Point, and tho county infirmary. j?,1'
In stating the object of tho meeting
Chairman Doblor said that something
must bo done. To this all agreed. Tho
project ot putting a tunnel through the
hill at Tenth streot was mentioned, but
.r_ . . .. . .!i i teaL
nr. nawKins 8>iiu mat was uu yuuu
enough ill its way anil at the proper "Iiu:1
time, but what Homebody ought to do tl10
was to give tlie hungry something to "iee
eat and to give it to thorn quick. t(je;
Mr. Ciruso had with him a copy of cllal
tho codo of West Virginia, and he
called tho attention of the committee to ^
the following:
Chapter XL VI, Section 6: t
"On application by or ou behalf of ,j1Q
any person who is unable to maintain Vqu,
himself, or by or 011 behalf of tho family |j1Kl
of any person when he is unable to t
maintain itand the family is unable to 005
maintain itaolf, such person or family,
if ho or they havo a legal settlement in mj,0
tho county, shall bo provided for or f
assisted as his or thoir necessities may
require, under tho order and direction y,
of the overseer of tho district in which gtuc
such settlement maybe; and if he or mo
tlioy havo not a legal settlement in tho Qq,
county, shall nevertheless bo so provided
for or assisted under the onler Ki
and direction of tho overseer of tho dis- nflls
trictin which he may be, until properly 13oo
removed as hereinafter provided. But
tho county court of tho county may
chance or rescind any order ordirection uvel!
given by such overseer, and may direct
any person or family to bo provided for
or assisted though tiie overseer of the
. district has refused to do so. to s
"7. Any person to bo provided for or and
assisted as aforesaid may either be kept Mot
- at tho place oi general reception or bo and
supported or assisted elsewhore, but in
a county where there is a county infirmary
ho shall not bo kopt at the expense w.
of the county at any place other than chii
such infirmary, except in case of emer- SSIV 1
gency or necessity, and then only so
long as tho emergency or necessity may . .
roquire." * * * * * "Ja
This, it seemed to all tho members, fetor
left no room for question as to tho duty ju
of tho commissioners to meet tho pros
ent emergency. Attontion was called
by Mr. Uaer to section III of nn ordi- Si
nance of tho board of commissioners, sold
which reads as follows:
Sec. 111. Overseers of tho poor aro
strictly prohibited from furnishing aid our
to any family in which thero aro ablo
bodied men, or havo other means of
maintenance sufficient to provide actual ?ii0
necessities. here
Tho pertinent question was asked,
What right has tho board to amend a
stato law by an ordinanco? (Jj
It was also pointed out that if an ablo |m /
bodied man was unable to maintain if?
I himself or family honestly and tho //?
board would not assist him, he would 'iff
be driven to starvation or compelled to ?f ?
steal. W|
After a groat deal of general discus- I
sion the following was proposud: *1
j "The undersigned, a committeo rep- _
' resenting tho city council, Ohio Vailey
i Trades and Labor Assembly and Wheel"
ing chamber of commerce, respectfully it's
call tho attontion of the county com- quio
missioners to sections G and 7 of chapter tciw
4<> of tho codo of West Virginia, pago *nju
415. It seems to us that this does provido
for tho immediate necessities oi
the unemployed and destituto citizens. ^ia:
"lit8olveil, That tho president, of tho "Fa
board of commissioners appoint a spo- give
cial committeo of three members and rece
the mayor of the city a like committee jj 3
- of three councilmen, to confer at once jJ
as to providing permanent relief by
.. public work for tho unemployed, such ggo(
? committee to mako a joint report to
both bodies in special session at the
; earliest practicable moment." 0^F
This was unanimously adopted. ?i
Mr. Baerasked: "If tho board of com- fcl
missioners simply pays no attention to *"uu?
that, what power can to brought to bear K
on them?" <
"Public sentiment," said a member. r
0 "Tho court< would compol them to T01>
obey the law," said another. This view ,,
was afterwards sustained by prominent Fun,
lawyers, but tho general impression Tl
was that tho board would promptly and ^
y cheorfully do alj it could. * gj^j
ft President Dobbins, of tho board of ' :
;J commissioners, was notitied by ?ele- J
phone at the infirmary last evening of Full<
- tho action of tho committee, and after 1
consulting with other members he <>
- answered that he would call a meeting 1
. of tho board at '2 p. m. to-day. There 1
_ hna been no call for a meeting of coun- ==
5 cil to-night as reported.
The best medical authorities say the t 1
j proper way to treat catarrh is to take a
constitutional remedy liko Hood's Sara a- t-. ,
parilla. 4 * 1
SWoKH Stick I* I in* nt
I. DILl.ON i CO.'S.
9 Cn!
You nro Invited
' to attend the Holiday Sale of Pianos -r r
and Organs at House's on Saturday, AS,
Monday and Tuesday, tho 10th, ISth ,
= and 19th.
Photographs will be delivered before I Fill
Christinas on all sittings made at our
new gallery this week. O'Neill,
1205 Market street
9 DON'T buy Ctirl^tnmu Preneiit* until
you have Kp?n 1. ( , Dillon & Co.1* stock.
F. W. Batmkr ifcCo. sell Stein way and Tr
Krakauer Pianos. Air.
SHOES-ALEXANDER.
30N0MICAL
HRISTMAS i)
RESENTS
Arc Those That Are Host
USEFUL!
C'mi You Think or Anything p
More I'acfiil 'J'han JSHOES?
If yon want to do the right
thing at the rtjht time,
consult
ALEXANDER,
Holiday Economist.
!) MAIN STREET.
THE BOWMi RS. /fl
Miration* fur Opciilug; of the Cham- m
pioiuliij) Sertoli. | n
lie eight bowling clubs, members of \L
newly organized league, are making
?aratious lor tlio opening of tho
uipionship series which takes place ^
t Monday evening, tho contesting /
is bein^ tho Calumet and Wheeling I
letic Wheelmen. A large crowd I
bo present to witness this came, V
mg others membors of tho other
113. Tho strength of several of tho --->
us can only bo conjectured, but the
liou p rev; tils ihatthestrongestorgan*
ions are tho Wheeling bowling club,
Lh Sido club and tho Columbia club. 1
:iia evening at the Press Club rooms I
representatives irom theeight cltibrf
nfeot to consider a prooosed change I
lio rules. Tho change on tho tapis *
3 have two championship games
i placo on bowling nights. In tliis
112 games would be played, instead
iity-six. iiach club would play
nty-oight games during tho series.
10 representatives of tho various
us aro requested to hand in tho
ies of the ten players selected for ^
membership of tiio teams, at tho %
ting this evening, also tho initiation a
which must be paid before tho ^
npionahip series commences.
Somo lM^bcorcrf.
number of South Side bowling enliasts
bowled Wednesday evening at
Mozart Park. Some of thoso
bowled are members of the
Lh Side team in the league,
their work was watched with intorTbeso
three made an average of
so that it will be aeon that tho
wit C5iaora ar? u uuukviuuss ([uuuuvj, ?
fourteen plavers made an average ^
>0. ^
on will find choice White Diamond
Is at $10, $15 and $20 at Sheli' Bros'.,
i Main street, noxt door to Snook &
Hscoi'AL 1'kaykr Books and Hym,
now edition, at Stanton's Old City
k Store.
OL'K CLOAK SALK.
niniM no sale. We ran lit anil pleaso ^
y one that wlitlius a Wrap.
You aro h'specially Invited
tUond tho Holiday Sale of Pianos
Organs at IIouso'.s on Saturday, ?
idav and Tuesday, tiie 16th, ISth
lttib. . ?
IIAVILAND CHINA.
iu. We liavo the atoeic, uml you will I
HO. i. G. DILLON Ss CO. JL
KTiiODisTanci Presbyterian Hymnals
II styles at Stanton's 01(1 City liook
VJ.
iKGAlNsln I'loo IMuted Silverware ut
II. K. lllLLMAI- A CO.\*
e in way and Kbakaukr Pianos are
only by F. IV. Baumkk & Co.
KCIAL low price* In everything In T
line. Come mut neo oh. I?
I. G. DILLON* ? CO. J
iVillv," said tho history teacher,
tv did Cleopatra die?" "She bit
10U with a snake."-?Puck,
>-n tfjfe As she enter*
It fw&J k womanhood, ov'/
vf7 I y?un5 s11"1
?Vi n?ods tho wisest
i /^Wrt\'x ll cm*?- Troubles be'
Ji W i V I ginning then may
,/Av yfl*li I mako her wholo
fl if 1 life miserable.
[ \ But the troub- 1-^
I JlW' lAiMj \' les thot nre to bo \j,
\tm V beared have a
* * positive remedy.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription builds
ind strengthens tho system, and regui
and promotes evory proper function,
a generous, supporting tonic, nnd a
ting, soothing nervine?a legitimate wied:,
not a boverago, free from alcohol and
rious drugs. It corrects and cures,
ly and surely, all those delicate derangets
and weaknesses peculiar to tho sex.
remedy th.it dors cure is one that can be
ranUra. That's what the proprietors of
vorite Prescription " think. If it doesn't
satisfaction, in every caso for which it's
mmendwl, they'll refund tho money. No
r medicino for women is sold on such
is.
ecido for yourself whether something else
by tho dealer, is likely tx> bo "just as
I" for you to buy.
DIKD.
N?OtiThutiday, December 14. lSCKt, nt 7:S0
'clock a. m., Mrs. ei iz.uiKm Omen, in her
llth year.
rul irorn her late residence, 114-t Charles
treet, nt 2:3u p. m. Interment atMt Wood
emetery. Friends of the family are Invited ?
?uttond.
D?At his residence, in West Alexander,
u.. tm Thursday. December ll. lS'JJ, ai 4:3j
. in.. Jambs Todd, apod ?l yoars.
>ral from hlslato residence Saturday afterioou
at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at West
iloxonder Cemetery.
iKR?On Thursday inornlnp. December 14.
N'j.5. at o'clock. AHAM 8CVLXR, aged CO
cur.<, 7 mouths and C days.
irwl (rota the residence oC C. Aul, No. 118
'ourteeuth street. Saturday moruiugat 8:.'W
['clock. Itcqdleru mass nt St. Alphonsus a
Itiurcli. Interment at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. m
'rlcnd-s respectfully invited to attend. |
UNDERTAKING. _ &
0U1S BERTSCHY, ?
(Formerly o( Frew ,fc n^rfschrt.
JNER'AL DIRECTOR
And Arterial Embalmer,
Ill'' .Main Street KattSM*.
II? h7 telephone nimvered day or night,
itelephouc. t?->: residents. MG. ui?:7 T1
EXNEDY F. FUEW,
Graduate of U. S. College of Embalming),
ieral Director and Embalmer, 9
?with?
alexander frew,
1117 MAIN STREET. an
? ==
Icplioue 2tW. l(riltlen?i Telephone*, fTl
c. Frew, 317} Keunedy F. Frow, 081. JL
CHOICE FURNITURE.-G. MENDELJlCO
'6 00 CHOICE
Of any piece of FURNITURE displayed in
our Large Window on
'RIDAY and SATURDAY
*siv HnlLqrQ I
1^ ^ i_/ V11W.1 ^
The collection consists of Rockers, Chairs, Tables and Fancy
Articles, in Gilt, Bamboo and Rattan, All New and Desirable
Goods and yseful and appropriate for HOLIDAY GIFTS.
16 QQ-? 00.
J. Mendel & Co..
UMBRELLA DAY -GEO. E. STI FEL &. CO.
Jmbrella Day
STIFEL & (JO'S,
Saturday, Dec. 16.
'
Every one who noticed the display of UMBRELLAS in our window
last week has only a faint idea of tho immensity of our lino. But on
tho above dato we will put our entire lino, 0 Villi ONE THOUSAND
UMBRELLAS, embracing all kinds, from Childs' cheap school I'mbrcllu
at 75o, to a Ladies' or Gents' Fino All-Silk, with Imported
Sticks, at SX5 each?all at
Special Reduced Prices
FOR THIS DATE ONLY!
Remember, wo are not soiling oft odds or ends, but evorytlung in ,
tho Umbrella lino bought Specially for tho Holiday trade. You will
save from $L 00 to $3 00 on any Umbrella purchased from us at tliia sale.
Wo will not exchange, tako back or send these goods on approval.
}eo. E. Stifel & Co. '
JKaT* Storo Open Kvenings till after Christmas.
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-D. GUNDLING ACQ.
T'S FUNNY
How deceptivo some \v0rd9 are. Take a blackberry, when it's green
it's red. A well refajd man may bo white, and some of the whitest
kind of men aro colored men. The man that waits on you don't
wait?you do the waiting. You hear of pooplo turning i:reon with
envy, or blue on account of bad business, but they don't change color
a bit. Take it in business?it's that same way. You buy all-wool
goods and lind cotton in them. You buy linen bosom shirts that
have Lonsdale cambric bosoms. That's not .
IOW WE DO IT,
however. "When wo sell foods for all wool, thero's nothing but wool
in them. "When wo sell Woolen Underwear, they aro all wool, and
so on through the entire lino. "We've found that good old honesty
pays. Teoplo aro more apt to eomo back again if they find things
better than wo told them. We're selling Bomo strictly All-Wool
Suits at $8 00! . Cost us more, but we want to move thernl
True, we'ro selling higher ones. to6, but wo'ro devoting a good deal
of attention to SUITS FOR THE MASSES. There nro more men
liard up this year than last. You may not tnlnlc it,
IUT WE DO!
-%*
d. Gundling.
<Ss GO-,
34 and 36 Twelfth Street.
'^HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSEFUL
OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
SAPOLIO
JEWELRY. CORNICE AND TIN HOOFING^
S*? GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE
Tixa Rooiang:!
' "1,KU A,{L? FpefilAl attention given to nil klints of SHEET
TEC. IRONf mid bu4Win?* Also '
We Can Save Cult nml get price* twloro contracting. ns I am
l on Monoy. prepared, to glvo Uur^.uiH in iliut lino uf work.
B. F. CALDWELL,
wiirraiiiod , jsoo w>41 . m.vhkct stbkct.
oorrcctt'.mo TJlK jNTELLIGENCEK,
HBFT1 EHOS.,
ir S?? .Ivvrrlvn. 1IIO Main Swl, 85AMIS. fOOBTEESTII STBK*T,
\Yli?'(<llu?, \V. Vn., in*vl dour to Snook
*? '^= Has a Tlioroufllily Equipped Job
po^mS'5TRY' Printing Offlce.
I appMcatiou/ N'o after c
...bout ,.alo br | B00K A[(D C0BHERC[4L PB1KTIK6
ST A I. WORK <H' A 1.1, K1NIK
CAKEITI.H' EXtCl'TEO. A SDOOlaJtV.
A. B.,MILLER D.D.3.. i? ? ?i
IT +i-nrellth Htrret. W hwil n*. W. va ThO Porfllmo Of Violots
? ? ... The purity of tlio lily, the glow of the rose,
ui,t lM-Pt'i i T/spKrnpD and tho Hush of Ilcbo combine in PouoM'fi
ILL I? 11-LLlUi.^OLK *ondrouH Powder.
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