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HOLIDAY SPECIALS?M. GUTMflN & CO.
Holiday? . -^Specials. ? T\ ? ARGEST VARIETY ever offered of good, useful XMJS PRESEHTS jura MBia. For Men and Boys. 3IITFLERS, An elegant collection of Specialties GLOVES, awaits your selections. ALL NEW-. ;? "" Every article this season's production. mtrilt U /ri'ftnUii tft th/? _ .. umivc 1L gicailj- IU LIIV- ciuvu..si SPENDERS, tageof all buyers to select' gifts from ' our great stock. SIfillT SHIRTS, A RARE ASSORTMENT. HANDKERCHIEFS, j EXCLUSIVE IDEAS! >v'~: OVERCOATS SHIRTS, AND -"T- Suits! " I ? Our assortment is still unbroken and OVERCOATS. comprises the most Fashionable Fab rics and all the Newest .Cuts. We have the only correct Long Cut ft Full Back OVERCOAT in the city. Have you seen it ? ?-4 Just See them if you haven't. M. Gutman & GO. rooks. Comer Main and Twelfth Streets. depSnt. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS-ALEXANDER FREW. n- ^ ' ? > ' e dn a social way The people all over the city are discussing the handsome i3rinqnr|fc< christmas i 1 c q c jul 10 Seen m our store. Rattan, Upholstered, Fancy Wood Seat, nnd Children's Roc kern in endless variety. Easy Chairs and Couches, Upholstered in Leathor. Cretonne, Plush and Cordurov. A new and attractive stock # of Parlor, Bed Room and Dining Room Furniture. Prices lower than ever bofore. "Call nnd soo thorn boforo purchasing. alex. frewt^^'streht. HARTFORD STEAM BOILER INSURANCE CO. Tho Oldest and Strongest Steam Boiler Insurance Company In Existence I Standard Accident and Liability Insurance Co. Of Dotrolt, Tho Old Reliable. Writes Employers Liability, Elevator, Team and Individual Accident. SMITH & DICKINSON, Agents, JJo. 1229 Marltot Stroot. JEWELRY. FURNITURE. CARPETS, ETC. sterling silver ! brass and ironfhh-k we have hundreds and hun- ,,,,,, DrT^CTP A T^C" dreJs of Choice Little Articles dlijo 1 jlajuo, n STERLING SILVER suita- * * * " j>!<- for Christmas Presents. 111 Prices almost as low as plated RFRT^fl-fY"^ ones. Largest stock and great- ? andnUForte0ifdean7SeMin ^*8 311(1 ^pfit HOIISC, the State. No. iU6 Main Street. ?* DlLIiOir cto OO., ? Jewolors, 1223 Market St. _ GROCERJES_ ETC. prr? TTHNEsr blended n.J1?, Porfumo of Violets 2 i-ii R*y of tho lily, the tflow of tho rose, -fcr *?ndrJB,a?h ?! hobo ?>inblno ?n pouoxx'b NCTS, CHOCOLATE, FINE cass ED GOODS, ~ H. F. BEHRENS. HJOB + IflrCORK-K* 2217Mnrkotmwet, or nt Ills Branch8toro, Thlrtj 11 AXD PROMPTLY EXKCDTED .lT? rplili INTELLIGENCES 'BLIKXEUJUKNQIta JOB BOOHS. X ? a clu# and l'.\r? LOCAL BUKVITIES. Mnttcrs oT Minor Mmnoiit iu and About the ? it \. The Grand this ovening?"Truo Irish Hearts." Water tax is now due, and noxt week is the hu?t it can bo paid without tho penalty. Tiie Central Athlotic Club will crivo its lirat grand hop this evening nt Howley Monro's hall. Aliikut Sutton, aged thirty-two, nnd Jennie Maldoon, n^ed eighteen, both of Ohio couuty, woro yesterday licensed to wod. The largo nlato class windows woro put in tho front of tho new -Masonic Temple yesterday. The work was done about ns quickly as any similar job over was in Whooling. 1 Ox Sunday evening tho Druids' Mnennorchor will give a Christinas ontertninmont in the Jieethoven hall, for which an especially attractlvo programme has bei?n arranged. Eugbnk Ant.kl Inst nisht threw a brick through the bur window at tho Farmer's hotel, on tho upper market square, nnd Olfidor West called for the wagon and gave him a rido. Mansfield & Feixler. tho proprietors of tho Bullet, last night agreed to donate to tho citizens' relief committee for tho benefit of tho uoedy unemployed, onehalf of their gross receipts to-day. John W. SciiulTze was vestorday appointed guardian of tho minor orphans of Johanna S. Pfeitter, deceased, Kmily, a^od eighteen, and Hosie, r.ged fifteen, and gavo bond in $500, with A. J. Schultzo as surety. T11p. council committee on railroads is called to meet at 4"o'clock this afternoon at Bloch Bros, tobacco factory. The committoo on' finance h called for 7:30 this evening to draft tho quarterly appropriation ordinance for next year. A srAnitino exhibition will be given this eve^injf at Eisenach hall, two miles out the Kim Grove road, by Iho Wheeling Boxing Club. James llowan and othor expert boxers will spar. There will be in all about a dozen bouts, all well worth seeing. Skyes cases showed up in tho police court yesterday. Nora Green inado a holy show of herself and was given thirty days, after which a state charge will be put against her. Tho two man found with her also got thirty days. Two drunks and two vaga were let go. Richard Cakteh, known iitiro as Dick, was shot and killod at Rapid City, S. D., on Wednesday night Xo particulars were given in tho dispatch. -Mr. Cartor once kept a feed store opposite tho Second ward market and later ran tho livery stable now owned by C. D. Thomson. II. E. Asubaugh, tho weU known drummer for Spoidol ifc Co., and J. Mac Rulston, also well known here, are the projectors of a wholesale shooting match to bo held on the Samuel Chamber's farm, near West Alexander New Year's day. Two hundred turkeys will bo disposed of, and three graded targets used, in addition to this foot races and other sports will be indulged in. "True Irish Hearts" opened up last evening at tho Grand to a good house. The picturesque drama is lull of good comedy and thrilling situations. Tho company carries a largo amount'of tine scenery, which adds to the attractiveness of the play. During tho action Ed W. Rowland rondorou n number of Irish ballads and dances that caught the houso. AU of the other parti are in capablo hands. Tun Cnlumot Club will pivo n Dig dance on the day after Christinas at their elegant club rooms on tho South Sido. The boys have endeavored to make this the most fashionable hop of the Christmas season, and on that oven* ing tho rooms of this new social organization will see as jolly a crowd of young Bocietv people as is ever encountered in any ball room. A supper will bo served at midnight. Many guests from other cities will bo preaont. 'HIE MOCK lilXilSLATUUE. Another Debuting Mooting WJl/ Bo Held 'I In* Evening. This evening at the rooms of tho Ohio County Republican Club, in tho Odd Fellows' block, the Republican mock will l?nl/l n rntfiilnr cnmiinn. which will be devoted to a discussion of the .merits and demerits of the Wilson tariabill. It will bo remembered that this subject occupied the last session in its ontirety, but the subject was entirely too bip for one meeting, and so it will be continued this evening. Tho Democratic leaders, including Messrs. Atkinson, Hart and others, are said to bo prepared to defend the bill, and will defy tho all comors to prove that tho bill will hurt the state or couutry. Tho Ropnblican sido of tho houso will be prepared amply, and soino of the very pertinent paragraphs from tho pen of "Torn" Reed, as shown in tho minority report of tho ways and moans committee, will bo quoted. Tho liepubcans claim tlieso are unanswerable, especially tho part dwelling on West Virginia coal. Tho ladies aro invited to lend brightness to tho sossion by their prosence in largo numbers. Take! Take I Take Simmons liver Regulator for dyspepsia, constipation , and heartburiK Srahhard Swonl Plan In white and lduo enamel at L G. DlLUlN CO.'S. Smith Bkewino Co.'s Buck Ale on draft in all saloons in Wheeling and vicinity Saturday and Monday. Clorksand Ornament* at 30 per rent lo** than regnlur price at 1). XV. UOSE% 1010 Market stri rtt. Onljr Tea Day* More. Our Special .Sale of Pianos and Organs closes January 1. By giving your order before that you can save Fifty Dollars. C. A. House. Diamond* at 35 per eent I em tlinn any ! other Iiousoat II,K.HILLMAN &lO.^. | lJerlln Jewel Hojo** at i. im.i.ox & co.'s. | ' You will bo surprised at tho money you can save by buying Watches, Diamonds, Clocks, Sjlvonynre, or any thing in tho jewelry lino at' .Sheft* Bros'., tho now jewelers, 1110 Main street. OXYX Table, Onyx Lamp mid Silk Shade $18 7of at Wheat ?v tfaiielier'M. Special salo of oar entire stock oT goods. ii. 12. kill il.vn ii co. Christmas Treo Ornamonts at lowest prices at Ziegekfkldek's. Letter Opener*, now ntyle*, at I. G. DILLON ?V CO.'S. Teachers or others can buy Gifts for classes or schools at remarkably low , prices at Stanton's Old City Book Store. rmn Wheats llancher sell Diamond* X iJ m chcnportliou any house In the city. Best Fruit Cakes, all sizes, at | zieuenflldhk's. SHOES-ALEXANDER. A Christmas Present for every one visiting our store this week, And some elegant thing! /or you to consider in making up your list of friends to be remembered. GENTLEMEN'S SUPPERS, GENTLEMEN'S DKE8S SHOES, GENTLEMEN'S EVENDiO OXF0RD3, LADUS' PARTY SLIPI'EUS, LADIES' WARM SLIPPERS, LADIES' DRESS 8IIOES, BOYS' AND GIRLS* SHOES AND SLIPPERS. BOYS' LEATHER LEGGINGS, CHILDREN'S JERSEY LEGGINGS, LOTS OF THINGS Til AT COST HUT LITTLE AND PLEASE IMMENSELY. .Sensible, Seasonable Souvenirs. ALEXANDER, SHOE SELLER, 101!) MAIN STREET. More up?n r.remnpi. EAST WJIEICLING CEMETERY Declared aNuisauce autl to bo Taken for I'ubllo Uhu. A mooting of the council committee on ccmotcrios was hold last evening at which the following was adopted: Ilcsulvetl, That that portion of the Third ward now occupied by what is known as the East Wheeling graveyard is in such a neglected, uncared for and disgraceful condition as to warrant action by this committee, and in view of the fact that with one or two exceptions those buried there have been abandoned and forgotten by their lelatives. that it is the eonseof this committee that said burial grounds be declared a public nuisance; that wo recommend such action to council, with a further rocommondation that the solicitor immediately procoed according to ordinance, and that tJio grounds be appropriated /or a public purpose. An amendment was adoptod that any porsou owning a lot there on establishing his riglrfMioU bo reimbursed at tho purchase price. Thoro was a good donl of discussion then of tho necessity lor a plat of tho Peninsular cemetery with the lots and ownors' names. Tho proper per-, quisites of the sexton wero also discussed at Botne length. Two or three cemotory lots were directed to bo transferred and the committee adjourned. Feeble and capricious appetites are host regulated by tlvp use -of Ayer's Cathartic l'jlle. They do not debilituto, by excessive! stimulation; but cause tliu stomach, liver anil /jowels to perform their functions properly. As an afterdinner pill, tUcv are unequaled. White Knaniol Jowi'l Iloxea at 1. ii. l>ILLON Si CO.'S. STIFKIi & CO.N l? '(iiitifnl Holiday Goods at lmlf price Friday and Saturday. SomBTQiNo now?Smith Brewing Co.'s Buck Alu on draft in ail saloon9 in Wheeling and vicinity .Saturday and Monday, l'lease ask for it. On Saturday Only Small Musical Instruments will bo sold by C. A. Iiouso at half prico. Don't forgot to attond tho Masquerade Ball at Koch's Hall, Fulton, Friday night. ZiEGEKFEHiF.il is making a specialty of boxos of lino candies. WATCH US! WATC'II KS! Will h<!)I for (lie next ten dnyg our entire htuck of Goltl Watehe* ill cost. 11. K. I11LLMAN* & CO. AHI! ff m K??luetloi?H every lino of URli A 1 J< WLl Wheat & Hnnclier'n. Methodist and 1'rosbytorian Hymnals in all styles at Stanton's Old City IJook Store. Great reduction in nil our Mtock until Saturday night. I. G. DILLON & CO. Boars are said to be unusually plentiful in the Cats kill mountains this season. PROGRESS IK CinViA. Tho THicelii Ittovo_ Slowly in the Dragon'.* Empire. His Majesty tho Emperor of China and tho 11 Bon of Ilea von " is enjoying a train of miniature railroad cars, presented to him by tho French syndicate of capitalists who wish to get contracts for building railways. In China, tliey will wonder at it3 steam enjrino; and tho ais thousand electric lights, which aro row being introducod into tho holiest of Chinese sanctuaries, cannot but turn their eyes to cur civilization. It will not bo long ero a material advancement will l>o mado in tho scicnco of medicine, which has for bo many ceatori& remained a blot upon their civilization. Tho missionaries aro doing much to dispel tho mysticism and reverent awo which tho Chinaman holds for tho concoctions of snakes toadn, lizards, ctc., prepared by tho native doctors. Thoy recomnfend standard remedicfi which havo long been favorably known in America and Europe, such as Dr. Pierco'8 Golden Medical Discovery, a remedy for all cases of blood-taints or humors, which has had vcan; of uninterrupted success in tho United 6tatos, and nrnnbera its euros by tho tens of thousands. This fa a point gained for Iho future welfare of tho Drcgomen Empire. wisp. MARKER?1On Timnflny, December 21, 1803. at .'1:50 p. ni. ('ATnri'.INE A. Rl ESTER. wife nt Thomas K. Marker, and daughter of N, and Miiry K. Blester, a?cd ."J years and8 months. Funoral from the residence of her parents, 2329 Market street, Saturday rooming at 9:30 | o'clock. Requiem mass at St. Joseph's Cathedrol ot 10 o'clock. Intermeat nt Mt. Calvary Cometerj*. Friends of the family are I invited to attend. SPRING Kit?On Thurdny. December 21. lf>m, nt 3o'clock ?. m., Chotkr Duaise. Infant kou of Mildred U. and Walter A. Springer. Funoral private. * CARTER? U Itapid City, a D.. on Wedno?dsjr, | l>ero'nber ">. Riciunn R. Carter, in the 39th year of his ago. Funeral notice hereafter. KKNNKN?On Thursday evening, December 21, is/;. nt 8:3* o'clock, Charles Alexander KENNE.V. Infant son ??f Alex ami Lizzie Kennen, aged 5 months and 11 days. T'ni: 1. v . _ UNDERTAKING. JT^OUIS JSEltTSCHY, (Formerly of Frew & Rortschy). FUNERAL DIRECTOR And Artorlal Embalmor, J11C Mala Street. KnitSMo. rails by tolephono nmwerod day or night. Storo telephone. C3; re?idouca W4 apj? J?ENNEDY F. FREW, (Graduateof U. S. College of Embalming), Faneral Director and Embalmer, WITII ALEXANDER FREW, 1U? main street. Telephone 2211, Ketidmco Telephone*, Alex, trow, SIT} Kennedy L\ Frew, 681. # CHOICE FURNITURE.?G. MENDEL & CO. Make Your Wife Happy This Christmas by presenting her with something Useful and Ornamental for the Home. We havea beautiful line of PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS, CHIFFONIERS, SIDEBOARDS, DININGTABLES, BUFFETS, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, DESKS, Etc. Our stoek of these goods is very large and we are offering them at VERY LOW PRICES. Come and see. G; Mendel & Co. WARM WRAPS?GEO. E. STIFEL d. CO. ~ I WARM WRAPS Prevent Colds and Save Doctor Bills! It only costs half as much tYiis week as it did last. ^Hin\/MooAC!5and f.hil Iran's Wwms rt" WU1 JLUJLOO^O U11U ViillUiuu uuxujju Long or Short, all Styles and Colors, all sizes, ages 4 to 16 years, Marked Down to HALF PRICE! Fifty cents on the Dollar, or Two Wraps for the Price of One 1 Remember, you have the Largest . and Best Line in the City to select from. ^vDON'T DEL-HY.^-**a?e BIG BARGAINS in Holiday Goods EVERY DAY! Geo. E. Stifel & Co. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-D. GUNDLING A CO. rjURIMMENSE LINE of STYLISH ? -w Neckwear ? 50c.?? .... Is creating deserved attention NONE SUCH IN TOWN! 86r SEE EAST WINDOW DISPLAY I D. Gundling. &c CO., 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. HALF PRICE-GEO. E. STIFEL A CO. SlciAL & C0- CHRISTMAS W I HALF-PRICE | Fridayand Saturday, 1 DECEMBER 22 AND 23. I SPECIAL SALE of I 1 FANCY GOODS. I ' Hand Painted Plaques, Jars, Bottles, Metal Goods, Hard Wood Boxes, &c., ON SECOND FLOOR, AT % PRICE. NO EXCHANGE, APPROVAL OR TAKING BACK ! 3 I GEO. E STIFEL & CO. j