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holiday specials-m. gutman 6. co.
Holiday?
'""Specials.
.
H T ARGEST VARIETY ever offered
^ \_j of good, useful
X1AS PRESENTS
baiii "obes. For Men and Boys.
JIl'FFLERS* ??
An elegant collection of Specialties
GLOVES, awaits your selections. ALL NEW.
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Ul VI V Ul LIUIW LI11J JC UJU11 J i / i WUUVUWIII
NECK WEAR, F
We will make it greatly to the advanSU8PENDERS,
tage of all buyers to select gifts from
our great stock.
SHIRTS^ A rare ASS0RTMENT>
HANDKERCHIEFS, EXCLUSIVE IDEAS !
nimvEMT O V ER COATS
SHIRTS, AND
^llitQ 1
VN1) uuivu
? 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.
4A j Have you seen it ?
jL-sf Just See them if you haven't.
M Outman
ji B ifl. H *1 A* u -MW ?? J?
<Ss CO.
nook Corner Main and Twelfth Streets. DeAfSst.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS- ALEXANDER FREW.
? ? A * a A A
UN A SOCIAL WAY" " ' ^ "
The people all over the city are discussing the
HANDSOME T) ri A C1 A 11 f Q
CHRISTMAS 1 1 COClllo
?oon in our Btore. Kattan, Upholstered, Fancy Wood Seat, and Children's
Kockors in endless variety. Easy Chairs and Couches, Upholsterod
in Loather, Cretonne, Plush and Cordurov. A now and attractive stock
of Parlor, Bed Ilooni and Dining Koom i'urnituro. Pricoa lower than
over btiforo. Call and soo thetn bofore purchasing.
alex. frew' 1117 ma^treet.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
< " -MI Til. ' ' C. V DICKINSON.
SMITH & DICKINSON,
(Offlco 1229 Market Street. Telephone 69.)
HKa.Ii ESTATE ANTS IBTSURANOE.
InviMlmpnt', Stacks, Bonds, Firo, Stc.ua Boiler, Employors Liability, Elovator,
'u.ui individual Accident; T<ve?ty Yoar.i Experionco in Management of
Real Estate, representing the following companies:
HAMBDRfi BREMAN KIRK INSURANCE COMPANY, of fionnmiy.
ViltlCULTURAL KIRK INSURANCE COMPANY, .it Wntxrtown. N. Y.,
UNITED STATES FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, uf New York. X. V.,
A > ?llAliri ORDSTEAM I10II.KI! INSURANCE (DMPASY.
y IANIURD ACCUlKST AND LIABILITY INSURANCE COMPANY.
JEWELRY. FURNITURE, CARPETS. ETC.
sterling silver i brass and ironj^jj?
We have hundreds and hun- o ? ? nr nCTI? A FvO
Jr-J< of Choice Little Articles a a a B B DJLjL/O 1 HALO.
]|i STIiRLlNG SILVER suitafor
Christmas Presents.
"ices almost as low as plated BERTSCHY'S
?ncs. Largest stock and greatFurnitarfi
and * House.
! Sfate. No. 4116 Main Street.
y. dilziow * co.,
J"valors. 1223 Markot St.
~ GROCERIES ETC.
'ICTwiS i ART MATERIALS. J,II,ESr BLENDED
]f)(VltOLI> DENXISO.VS ~ COFFSB. ,
' NL'TS, CHOCOLATE; VISE CANNED GOODS. ]
T1 TUB HOLIDAYS !
epe Tissue. h. f. behrens.
"v Wlute. GolorHand Tinted 22i7Msrk?t?wH^*iUlifeiirnri.hston). Thirty
, 1 clirhtb nml Jarc?h "trcotr ?! ! "?
J'1"- I I veil nt
Srt NICOLL'SARTSTORE. rpiiE UJTliLLIGKN'UKit
Murkci street. X )?a Cucaji a?d P*ftuU(TA8L? I'XPUL
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Matter* of Minor Moiuout in nuJ About
Uh* City.
Matinee at tlie Grand to?day.
The Grand this evening?'True Irish
Hearts."
Opera House this evening?'"The Firo
Patrol."
To-day is pay day at Bloch Bros.' tobacco
works and the La)telle milld.
The cage of J. A. Holliday & Son was
put on trial to a jury iu Judgo Paull's
court yesterday afternoon.
Two disorderlies and a drunk made up
the police court yesterday. Two went
to the hill and one waa discharged.
To-day is tho rocular monthly nov
day for all citv officials and employed.
Til a an in C/I ins n? ; 11 .llot ri hn f?,l
Last evening the Silvor Loaf Club, of
tho South Side, gave 11 hop at Westwood's
hall, which was a com pie to success
all around.
A i.AKf.n audience should greet the
performance of "Tho Fire Patrol" at
the Opera House this evening, as it is
lor the benefit of the poor.
The Martin's Forty and Washington
clubs will play foot ball on tlie .Stare
Fair grounds on Christmas at 13 o'clock.
Admission twenty-five cents.
This evening nt Wostwood'a hall, on
.South Jacob street, the Nellie Bl/ Fishing
Club will give a grand ball, which
promises to bo well attended.
This public schools closed yesterday
until January 2. Tho Christinas tree
and plum pudding must have n chance
with other "depressing" effects.
To-day's Cincinnati packet will bo
tho Iron Queen, which will bo here at 8
:t. in. She will have a good start from
Wheeling in freight and passengers.
0.-:ce Stat leu made n magniflcont
run in continuous pool of 68. Statlor's
friends talk of putting him up against
the Ohio champion, StolTt, or possibly
vtvui H iuur,
The wholo east side of the hill below
the now reservoir was found to bo slipping
uwuv yesterday, and ad a consequence
the water had to bo let out of
the reservoir.
The Opera IIouso band loft yesterday
for Now Athens, O., to put some spirit
into the audience during the waits between
the literary contestants oi the college
at that place.
Last night at Kieonach'e hall at I'dgington
a sparring exhibition took place,
which was a success except in point of
attendance, thore being only thirty or
forty people preaonL
At the close of young men's mooting
at the Young Men's Christian Absolution
building to-night tho annual
Christmas social will bo held. Young
men nre invited to attend.
srarn Brothers, tho McMechon bakory
firm, will eroct a largo business
house at that place at once. Tho contract
for tho lumbor has been given to
llollidav & Son, of the South Side.
Ci.kuk Hook yesterday admitted to
rerord a dcod inado December -0 by
.mary a. i.aiousri ana n imam, ner nusband,
to Mary M Vcnaman, wifo of Klias
1*. Yenaman, for $1,700, part of lots 1, 2
and 3 in squaro 24 in tho La Belle addition
to Wheeling, lying"on Thirty-first
street; also three deeds of trust.
A suck individual lias boon working
anumberof families on the Island, representing
himself as an employe of .Mr.
N. Seliulz. The plan was to take orders
for goods, deliver only a part and collect
for the whole amount. Mr. Schulz offers
a roward for the arrest of the party,
as ho lias no agents soliciting trade from
consumers.
Tiik Knights Templar of this city will
attend St, Matthews church in full uniform
on Christinas eve. There will ho
special services for the occasion, also a
full choir with music especially for
them. liov. Dr. If. R Swopo will deliver
the addre?s?subject, "The Soldiers
of the Temple." The public is
cordially invited to attend.
Tin: fire patrol wagon belonsing to
tho "Firo Patrol" company will bo
drawn through tho streots to-day to advertise
the benefit performance which
th?v will civ a nt t.li a ftnnrn llnnun tn
night, the proceeds of which will go to
the poor. Tho horses aro donated by
Mr. Berry Merchant, and tho banners
which will adorn tho side? of tho wagon
by Kurner Bros. Chief Ilealoy will
dress the members of tho company,
who will so out in tho wagon, in new
iiromen's uniforms.
Upchiirch Lodge.
Upchurch Lodge No. 20, A. 0. U. W.
had nn interesting meeting Wednesday
evening. Music was tho featuro of tho
entertainment. Master Workman Chas.
W. Connor, Foreman Howard Atkinson
and Past Master Dr. Garrison made addresses.
A programino for "Wednesday even*
ing, December 27, has been arranged
wt?on thoro will bo an open moeting to
which members of the order generally
and their lady friends ftro invited.
Tho Shrine Electa.
Osiris Templo, Nobles of tho Mystic
Shrine, held its annual election ot officers
at its hall last evenimr, which resulted
us follows; Potentate, Frank K. McCoy;
Chiel Iiabban, Stephen Waterhouae. jr.;
Assistant Rabban, W. E. Shaflor; High
Priest and l'rophot, M. It. Wolir; Oriental
Ciuido, J. K. List; Treasurer, W. A.
Wilson; Recorder. E. C. Schoon; reproBentativos
to tho imperial council to bo
hold at Denver next June, M. lw Wolll
and E. K Baldwin.
Read Geo. H. Taylor's double-column
advertisement of this morning. It
meuns exactly what it says.
AsuPEiinnow (Jprisrht Piano
at Wholesale Price.
1*. W. BArwHK & Co.s
Tho "11. a: II." i? the ONf.V IJnnqtwt
Limp to buy* I. o. DIl.lon & i o,
Clock* mid Ornnmentw at 30 pr-r eent Ic-j.*
than regular jtrlco nt U. \Y. IlOSL'S, KJlO
.Marivcl street.
Only Ten Day# .'lore.
Our Spocial .Salo of Pianos and Organs
closes January 1. P?y giving ynur order
before that you can savo Juft:i lioliars.
C. A. House.
Diamonds nt !ift |?or emit lc? than any
other house nt II. 1" IIILL31 \N A; lO.'s.
You will bo unrprifod at tho money
you can savo by buying Watches, Diamonds,
Clocks, Silverware, or any thing
in tho jewelry line at Sheff Bros'., the
new jowolers, lllOMaiu stroet.
ONYX Table, Onyx Lnmp and Silk Shade
SIM at Wheat Unilobar**.
Special ?nle of our entire stock of good*.
II. K. 1HLL )1AN Jc CO.
CmtisTMAs Tree \)rnamonts at lowest
prices at ZieQexfklder's.
Urlc-a-llrne nt co?t to-day nt
I. DILLON & COJ8.
Tracheim or others can buy Gifts for
Masses or schools at remarkably low
prices at Stanton1* Old City Book J?tore.
m Wheat ?? Hnnoher sell Dlnmoudit
ehenperthnn nny house la the city.
Best Fruit Cakes, nil sizes, at
ZlEUENFCLDEIl's.
SHOES ALEXANPen.
A Christmas Present
for every one visiting
our store this week,
And aomo elojrunt things for you to
consider in making up your list of
friends to bo remembered.
GENTLEMEN'S SUPPERS,
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS SHOES,
GENTLEMEN'S EVENING OXFORDS,
LADITS' PARTY SLIPPERS,
LADIES' WARM SLIPPERS,
LADIES' DRESS SHOES,
BOYS' AND (ilRLS' SIIOE3 AND SLIPPERS,
BOYS' LEATHER LEGGINGS,
CHILDREN'S JERSEY LEGGINGS,
LOTS OK THINGS THAT COST BUT LITTLE
AND PLEASE IMMENSELY.
Sensible, Seasonable Souvenirs.
ALEXANDER,
SHOE SELLER,
101U MAIS STREET.
Store Open Evening*
ABOUT I'KOI'LB.
Strunzorslu tlio Cily mil Wlioallnj Folic*
Abroad.
Henry Shallcroaa is in Washington
City on business with the poetoflieo department.
O. C. Miller, wifo and little pranddaughter,
leave to-ilay for Masailon,
Ohio, to spond the holidays with relatives.
Kev. Dr. David II. Greer, formerly of
thisi city, hai been appointed chaplain
oi the famous Seventh regiment, x.
S. G., to succeed Rev. Dr. P-axton.
.Mrs. Nellie Sweoney-Palmer will sing
a Christmas Kecitutivo and Aria at the
Fourth street M, Ji church to-morow
ui?rht. This will bo welcomo news to
tlio music loving public.
Mr. John S. Trimble ia lying at his
homo on Fourteenth street, so seriously
ill that his death wa< expected at any
xuinute last night. His host of frionda
will regret deeply to hear this.
Hon. G. W. Atkinson will lead tho
young men's meeting at tho Young
Men's Christian Association building at
1 o'clock .Sunday afternoon. Tho address
will be appropriate for the Christmas
season. All men will be welcome.
Tho news of the resignation of Mr. L.
W. JJaylor ai postoflico inspector in tho
Washington division, which includes
West Virginia, will bo rocoived with regret
by the many friends of tho gentleman
in this city, llo goes to New
York to take a position in a prominent
law firm.
President Charles Louis L009, of tho
Kentucky University, attained his
seventieth birthday yesterday, the 22d,
and tho occasion was duly remeinborod
by his frionds at Lexington. Tho distinguished
educator ii a graduate of
Bethany college, this state, and was for
many years one of its leading professors.
A suPKimnow Upright Piano
at Wholesale Price.
V \V R?r?i-B X- l'n
Something new?Smith Browing Co.'a
Buck Alo on draft i,n ail saloons in
Wheeling and vicinity .Saturday and
Monday. Please ask for it.
Ou Saturday Only
Small Musical Instruments will bo sold
by C. A. Houso at half price.
Jlric-a-lJrae at com! to-day at
I. V.. DILLON & CO.'s.
ZrHGEXFELDER is making a specialty
of boxes of fine candies.
WATCH ICS! WATCIIE3!
Will soil for tin* next ten dnyu our entire
Mtoclc ol' Gold Watc.hrs al coat.
IL K. HI LI..HAN & CO.
flHT^ I fH Reduction* in every lino or
UKM 1 J' WtlwSont* Ilanchcfs.
Methodist and Presbyterian Ilymnals
in all styles at Stanton's Old Cily Book
Store.
Mrs. A. V. Peebles wag ordained a
deaconess of tho southern diocese of
Ohio, Protestant Episcopal church by
Bishop Vincent at Cincinnati yesterday.
-r-v to it/
Sometimes you
may have to wait.
Tho troubles thnt
V7 \ have been years
GnJ /\ in gathering can't
I \ always bo cleared
V*?Tr \ /Osj away in a day.
I ft *r?r 1111 **""
wl* Vy oasis and dis(Tj'r/
f orders peculiar to
[jrJ [ jTt womanhood, Dr.
/v Pierce's Favorite
Prescription is tbo surest and speediest remedy.
\ ou can depend upon thatr-but i? your
case is obstinate, givo it reasonable tima
It':< an invigorating, restorative tonic, a
soothing and strengthening nervine, and a
positivo specific for femalo weaknesses and
oilmenta All functional disturbances painful
irregularities and derangements aro corrected
and cured by it All unnatural discharges,
bearing-down sensations, weak bade,
accompanied with faint s]x>lls and kindred
symptoms, aro corrected. In every caso toi
which it's recommended, "Favorite Prescription,"
is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
tho money is refunded. No other modiefno
for wonen ia sold on such terms. That ,
proves that nothing elso offered by tho dealer
can be "just as good."
DIED.
KKN'NT.N*?On Thursday evening. December 21,
is'j.t. at 8:.V? o'clock. Cimm.ks aj.f.xani>ku
Kkvnks. Infant son of Alex and Lizzie Kenlien,
apod months an<l 11 daya
Funeral from the residence of bis paronts, No.
2001 Ko.T streot, Sunday nftetnoon at Jl
o'cloek. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery.
Friends of the family invited.
MARKKR?Ou Thursday. December 21,1S93. at
p. IJJ . CATIfMtlNE A. ItlF-STEU. Wife Of
Thiunm ?. Marker, and daughter of N. and
M?ry K. Wester, luji-d -9 years aud 8 months
Funeral from the residence of her parenti. 2UJ9
Market street, Saturday morning at U:30
o'clock. Kequlem mas* at St. Joseph's Cathedrel
at ID o'clock. Interment at Mt.
Calvary Cemetery. Friends of tho lamily aro
invited to attend.
CAItTKR?At ftapfd City. R D., on UVdno?day,
JVeoinbor "jo, 1803, JUcifjutD li. Cabteo. in
the 39tb year of his aj;o.
Funeral notleo hereafter.
_ UN DERTAftl NG.
I OU IS BEBXSCUV,
(Formerly ol Frew A RorttehTY
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
And Arterial Embalmor,
1110 Mala Strop:. I'aUSMe.
Tall* by telephone nn??vcred day or nluhL
Btorj tolophoao. reiidoucj. 53(1. ao.7
J^ISNNEDY F. FREW,
(Graduateof U. S. College of Embalming),
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
WITH
ALEXANDER FREW,
1117 MAIN STREET.
Telephone 2'i!). Residenco Telephones,
ilex. l'row, 217; Kumicdy r, I'rcw, <181.
CHOICE FURNITURE.?G. MENDEL \ CO.
lake 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 stock of these goods is very large
and we are offering them at VERY LOW
PRICES. Come and see.
G. Mendel & Co.
WARM WnAPS-GEO. E. STIFEL & CO.
WARM WRAPS
Prevent Colds and Save Doctor Bills!
It only costs half as much this week as it did last.
^Misses' and Children's Wraps
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! Remember, you have the Largest
and Best Line in the City to select from.
^^DON'T DELHY,^d>
BIG BARGAINS in
Holiday Goods
EVERY DAY!
Geo. E. Stifef & Co.
- STAR CLOTHING HOU3E-D. GUN3LIWG d CO. *
OUR IMMENSE
LINE of STYLISH
Neckwear
at - 50c.?~
, ... Is creating deserved attention
NONE SUCH IN TOWN!
SEE EAST WINDOW DISPLAYI
^0^
D. Gundling.
& CO.,
- 34 and 36 Twelfth Street.
HALF PRICE-GEO. E. STIFEL & CO.
SIECSL & C0"1
HALF-PRICE j
? Friday and Saturday,
DECEMBER 22 AND 23.
I SPECIAL SALE of
I FANGY GOODS.
Hand Painted Plaques, Jars,
Bottles, Metal Goods, Hard
Wood Boxes, &c.,
ON SECOND FLOOR,
AT >2 PRICE.
NO EXCHANGE, APPHOVAL OR TAKING BACK ! j
GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. j

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