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Holiday?" ^Specials. ? . H T ARGEST VARIETY ever offeree U* L, ?f 8??d. useful ss5= XMAS PRESEBTS #atu kobes. For Men and Boys. SL'FFLERS, , An elegant collection of Specialties (JLOA'KS, awaits your selections. ALL NEW - Every article this season's production, XECKWEAB, We will make it greatly to the advanSUSPENDER9, tageof all buyers to select gifts frorr our great stock. sight shirts, a rare ass0rtivientt handkerchiefs, exclusive ideas 1 OVE R COATS SHIRTS, AND Suits! r ? Our assortment is still unbroken anc OVERCOATS. comprises the most Fashionable Fab rics and all the Newest Cuts. We have the only correct Long Cu ^ Full Back OVERCOAT in the city. Have you seen it ? Just See them if you haven't. M. Gutman <Sc CO. riooits. Comer Main and Twelfth Streets. eAFrme:it _ CHRISTMAS PRESENTS-ALEXANDER FREW. /fl Jbi ISll 111 S O CIALW X Y" ' * I The people all over the city are discussing the IHANDSOME T)'pncjn|1'fr ICHRISTMAS JT 1 CdClHC I Seen in our store. Kattan, Upholstered, Fancy Wood Soat, and Children's Rockers in ondlosf variety. Easy Chairs and Coaches, Upholstered I in Leathor. Cretonne, Plush and Corduroy. A now and attractive stock I of Parlor, Bed Room and Dining Room Furniture. Prices lower thau I ever before. Call and soo them bofaro purchasing. I ALEX. FIREWT'^'street. i real estate and insurance. I G.O. SMITH. C. r. PICKLN'SON. SMITH & DICKINSON I (Office 1229 Market Stroot. Tolephone 59.) estate ja.wd istbuhance. I ^reiiir.cnt,, Stocks, Honda, Firo, Stoom Boilor, Employers Liability, Elovato fUta Individual Accidont; Twenty Years Experience in Management < Kslatc, representing the followlni companies: II VMI'.CItO BRKM \N FIRE IN50KA.NCB COMPANY, nf Gormnny. "iMCUI/HJKAL FIRE INSURANCE CuMl'ASY. or Wotortotra. N. Y., fMrEI) STATES FIRS INSURANCE COMPANY. n( Now York. N. V, * > '?IHKIF.)RU8TKAM HOII.EK INSUUASCK COMPANY. l ANI. U'l) A'Tl!'r'NT ASH U.MIIUTV IXSf RAXCK COMPANY. bjewelry. furniture. carpets, etc. |sterling silver I BRASS AND IRONfHKv Wo have hundreds and hun- nrriGTr' A HC dreds of Choice Little Articles ...a(( DIlUijlJLiAlJi ")STERLING SILVER suitar . ,''c 'or Christmas Presents. oPric? almost ns low as plated BERTSCHY'S ?nes. Largest stock and greatI ?ndniS^fdeig;s Louse00" Farili(tir(3 and oarpst Honse 'hc s,:<te- No. iiiS Main Street. y- DlljJj03XT d) OO., _ j0w..;..r3i ,2_,3 markot st ? groceries etc. feubes * art materials. -pinesr blended lOO "OLLS DKXXISON'S OOPPBB. w nuts, CHOCOLATR fine canned GOOt P,..(, T*' row THE !!OLtI?AV? ! r, uepe Tissue, h. f. behrens. ,lte? Colore J and Tinted, ^!^;zri^UrwirUStore''S!: J'i-i IlKotrnl ni ? la "'COIL'S ART STORE. fTUlE lNl'ELLlGESOBK Ira MarUt stmt. x cuiu amo fubicxruli: Papu. RELIEVING THE POOR.' Good Work Conttnuod by thi Committee Saturday. ciAiir unor nrnnuiirnnnTinm oumc w IOC ncuuwiviLiiuHiiuii', Mario l>y tho Executive Commit toi rtt a Mooting Saturday Night?Tin > Work or Distributing tho I'rovU Ions Continued?Additional Dona (tons Itceoivcd ? Tho Storchous Will bo Open This Forenoon " tfark o i tho Streets. Tho work ol tho general chief com mitteo, In tho wards and at tho storo houto on Markotatreot ia going wonder fully well for a new undertaking but t few days old. With tho exception o ahoos for men, women and childrot etipplios have boon in auflicient quanti' ty to moot proasing casoa and tbero ia i , good store to open the week. Owing t< pcarcity of teams tho delivery of coa has not boon so rapid aa tho committei doi?ired to inuko it. > Manager Robert Simpson has the work oi distribution irom tho storo , house well in hand. Secretary Ilockinj is keeping a careful record of all tha comes in and all that gooa out. Th< Vi tilt ill' |Ji lUilll b ?? it*/ IIIU UUVU ?l?v roliof is readily turned to and tlio re cord shows when he wan supplied, wha was Riven to liim, by whom tho cas< 1 was investigated, how many in family whether he is ablo?bodicd, in short al that it is necessary to know. If it b< found that a mistake has been made it granting relief, this fact is entered op posite tho name, and no moro aid wil bo given. Tho coa! agency is under tin cyo of CaT>t. Cowan, who looka to deli - very. It scorns to bo not clearly undoratooc that an order for relief must be signet I by tho chairman of tho ward commit teo. Tho investigation may bo made by any rnembor of tho ward committee but the system adopted requires tin signature of the ward chairman, au( under instructions from tho genera committee. Manager Simpson will no deliver without this signature. Thii rule is adoptod to center the reaponsi bilitv and for tho protection of the really needy. Every day tho ward com I mitteea will ineetaa" below: I First Ward?W. A. Wilson, chair mnn W A Wilson's nlViro. 10 a. m. Second?I)r. K. W. Hazlett, chairman List's drug store, 10:30 a. in. k Third?Mayor 13. 1'. Caldwell, chair man; police headquarters, 7 p. in. Fourth?Raymond llauor, chairman Atlantic engine houso, 10 a. m. Fifth?C. W# Seabright, chairman Seabright's clothfni: house, 10 a. m. Sixth?M. Grogan, chairman; Find - ley McKinley'a residence, No. L'733 EoJ at root, 7 p. m. Seventh?J. S. Naylor, chairman hoso houso, 7 p. m. Eighth?Hermann Bentz, chairman cuzino houso, 10 a. m. Persons who have been overlooked b the ward committees ahould presen thenisolvos at the ward headquarters a thoso times and places to rnako thei needs known, to havo their cases inves tigated and to got the orders for rciiel properly signed by the ward chairman Thtt orders aro then to bo taken to tli etorohouso of tho genoral rolief commit ' toe, on Market street, opposite tho posl - ollice. A brisk business was dono at th storehouse on Saturday. Manager Simpson and his assistant "* will bo on hand this morning from ! o'clock to 11 to lilI proporly Hiirneu n\: plications for relief. Owing to a mis understanding or un willingnoss to mnk selection the board of public works pu to work on tho stroet* only about ha! the number of men for whom proviaio had been made. Tho executive com mitteo of tho general relief committe will ask to bo allowod to take tho ret ponsibility and Bolect tho men to b given work. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETS A Good Attemluuco ntul Some Good Wor Dono-Eiu|iloyiuont for tho Piocd] Utile* L.'iid Down. A meeting of theoxocutive committe of tho general relief committee was hel on Saturday night in the chamber o commerce, Chairman Hart presiding With the excoption of tho Second nn Fifth, all tho wards wore representee iuannger oiuiuauu ru^uuuu luunui, being dono n't tho storehouse. Th chairman said that an admirable syi C tcm has been adopted for tho manage mont of tho storohouso and i9 work in, well. Tho rocord is simple but cover euerything. If tho ward committee bo as careful in making rccommondc ttous tho trust confided to tho commit ^ teowill bo exocutod with great officionc> l Applications and investigations tliu k far mado brought up for conaidoratio / th? cases of real estato ownors, porson aided by tho county, and pensioners It was recognizor tbnt persons cornin under these Bovoral heads might bo i groat need and worthy objocts of th conunitteo'a aid. TJie head of a furail may havo tho titlo to his homo and i> fact own so liltlo of it that he cannc got credit by reason of his ownorshi and can realizo nothing on it. It wr dccided that tho presumption shall b against applicants under theso thrc =? heads, and that relief shall bo grante on tho basis following; ? Keal estate owners.?Absoluto war that cannot bo mot oxcept by charita bio relief. Connty Aid.?No additional aid aba gran tod except in extroniQ cases, espei ' ially those of widows and children. Pensioners. ? No additional relic shall bo eiven except in extreme case when there is no other resource. r? Ward committees aro expecied to b *? governed by these tales, which ar mado for tho protection of the mo; nopdy. Tho following was also adoptod: City Employment?Tho city board in employing men shall bo ro<]noatod t s give preference to heads* of families i need, and to work tho men in relays, s _ that in tho courso of each week "over dosorving applicant for work-shall ha\ ? hissharoof tho work, if possible, am further, to tako tho recorainendatior of this committeo in giving empio; . mont. 'j The committee has now on its relilist able-bodied men who dosiro chance to earn what they must havo t support life, and tho committeo dosirt them to havo this chanco. Treasurer Dobbins reported cash n t ceipts of $1,100. Manager Sitnson wi ') authorized to make such purchases ; tho work requires, so fur as the comini tee's funds will allow, and to givo ordei ? on tho treasurer accordingly. The ward returns of tho census of tt _ destitute not being all in, tho tabulatio of the returns was not possible. Ti committee desires to got at this matti in detail and will keep on until it su 3. ceod8. Tho executive committee wi meet again to-morrow evening at 7*.: o'clock. It is dosirod that ovory met ly ber be presont. A "Balm i.vGii.kaij" for you by fakir Simmons Liver Regulator for your di eased liver. SHOES-ALE XANPER. , A Christmas Present for every one visiting I our store this week, J And Borao elegant thing* for you to - consider in making up your iijt of friends to bo remembered, s GENTLEMEN'S 6LIPPER3, 9 GENTLEMEN'S DRESS SII0E9. GENTLEMEN'S EVENING OXFORDS, LADIES' PAR; i SLIPPERS, n LADIES' WARM SLIPPERS, LADIES' DRESS SHOE*, BOYS* AND GIRLS' SHOES AND SLIPPERS, BOYS' LEATHER LEGGINGS, CHILDREN'S JEP.SEY LEGGINGS, LOTS OF THINGS Til AT COST BDT LITTLE AND PLEASE IMMENSELY. Sensible, Seasonable SouYonirs. ALEXANDER, SHOE SELLER, 1010 MAIN STREET. Store Oppn ErminesART PORTFOLIOS ALL RIGHT. The Publisher.* n*o forvranling Them ami Little Further Delay Kxpocted? 14 Sights and Scenes" Open Handsomely.' * ?* * " i j TU0 10110Wing was ruueivcu juawiuu) ? from tho publishers of tho Dream City I art portfolios: . "Tho Jiflt oT nimos yon send corre- 'I t spotida with our own alroady recoivod I J from you. A part of them liavo been 1 * mailed. Tho romainder will go out " 1 with so littlo delay as not to troublo 3 you further." 1 Thoso who do not receivo delayed ~ ' Vart 1 by tho last of this woek will 1 kindly notify this office. Tho Intemj- _ 7 ukxckk is responsible for the dolivory * of ovory ouo, and will eco that all aro * delivered beforo Ion#. Tho enormous | 1 demand has mado sorno de'av unavoid- I 1 ablo. 2 Many of parts one and two aro now in " ) tho postofuco and will bo delivered as ' soon as tho Christmas rush is ovor. For I tho accommodation of thoso who prefor 1 to take tho 'portfolio homo with them 1 when they brinff in tho coupons a large 1 supply of part four was laid in and gave J great satisfaction to hundreds who * called at tho Intelligknckk office on 5 Saturday. Thoso who call at the counting-room this morning up to noon and this ovoning from G o clock to 10 can bo. " suppliod with them. They will be on nana nercaiter oncu wucs aa iuu pana? becomo due. The demand for tho first part of. " Sights and Scenes of tho World, as it' was revealed 011 Saturday, would have ? boon unexpectedly large If it had not. been that tho succegs of tho World's' 5 Fair portfolio gave reason to look for lively appreciation of tho second great opportunity to get a really valuablo ? thinir at very low cost. Tho list opens largely with tho promisoof more to coino. i Subscriber# wishing tho Sights and Scones of thoWorldand the World's Fair ? portfolios will save trouble by not disconnecting tho twocoupons. Send in tho Y two joined together aa they appear each J * day, cutting them out for six days in 1 succession, making in all twelve eour pons, add twenty cents, and your same '* will bo put down for the two works. ' Those who have already had tho foro thought to do this have greatly facili0 tatod tho work of entering thoir orders. Tho prossuro is very great and it is necessary to simplify the ollico work as 0 much as possible. Tho I.ntklljgkncek doos not hesitato = 8 to say to its frionds that thoso who sup^ ply themselves with theso two publica- ~ tiona will havo two art works that will l>e as pleasing as they will bo valuablo 1 1 from an educational point of viow. 4 FEEnLE and capricious appotites are I n best regulated by tho use of Aver's ' Cathartic Pills. They do not debilitate, 0 by exceasivo stimulation; but causo tho stomach, livor and bowels to perform 0 their functions properly. As an afterdinner pill, thoy aro unequaled. You will bo surprised at tho inonoy k you can nave by buying Watchos, Diar> monds, Clocks, Silverware, or any thing in tho jowelrv lino at Sheff IJros'., tho a I townlnro 11 m Mnin BtrflnK (i ? t Jorkins?I 800 thoro i9 a piny 03 r called "Tho Cori.-Crackflr." Now, what I J in a corn-cracker? Parkins?A woman ? I who has to stand up in a crowded street ? colt.?Truth. ). Ounht to bo . In smafter ? tho / ? S&uZSfiSi 0 There's too much is F unpleasantness i- .v for tho money. ?ntor, too. They're ' rffr // \> big enough, and * * mako trouble n onough, to do moro good. 13 That's just what Dr. Pierce's FJensnnt J. Feliets do,?more good. Instead of woakeng ingi tho system, they renovate it; instead of n ujaetting, they cleanse and regulate it? o mildly, gently, and naturally. Thoy'ro tho original Littio Liver Pills?tho smallest but - most effective, purely vegotable, perfectly II harmless, and easiest to take. Only ono littio >t Pellet for a laxativo?three for a cathartic, p Sick Jlendnche, Bilious Headache, Constlpa,3 tion, Indigestion, Bilious Attack, and ail dou rangements of tho Liver. Stomach and' l0 Bowels are promptly relieved and pcr. manentlj' cured. u Thuy'ro tho cheapest pills you ran buy, ~ for they're \wiranhxd to give satisfaction, it or your money i3 returned. You pay only for the auod you got. It's a plan peculiar T to Dr. Picrco's medicines. L !_' D'iii. j TRIMBLE?On Fnturdav, December 23,1S93, at , 3:10 n. ni., John 8. Tjujiiile, In his 03d year. Funoial will occur from his lato residence, 123 a Fourteenth street, at 10:510 a. in., Tuesday. December 23. Interroont at Greenwood cemetery. Special motor will leave at 11:15 . n. m. Friends of tho family Invited to at" t'jnd. HEINLRIK?At tho Institution for tho Blind, Columbus. Ohio, Geo sac Heqclkuc. bom [9 November 1S36. died December 2a, 18'J.:. 0 Funeral from his lato homo in Kirkwood, Ohio, n on Tuoaday ufiornoon, December 2G, at 1 o o'clock, WheolIns time. Intorrnent at Mt. y Zion cemetery, Wheeling. Friends of tho J 't? family invited. '? RAIMG?At Chicago. HL, Deccmbor 24. 1803, ( is Vntctsi.v T., daughter of J. II. ana Lucy V y- ltnbi : J v.-nrsnii'l month1-. UNDERTAKING. " Jj?U16 BEUTSOliY' ?S (Formerly oi Frew itBorbJChT). FUNERAL DIRECTOR J And Arterial Embalmor, It 10 Jlnin Street. Eatt?!4* p l.8 Calls br tolephono nnv.vore I day or nljjht. l" Store tolophouo, dtf; residence jQi ao.7 Kr" K.N.NEDV F. FitEiV, 1 _ in (Gradunteof U.S. College of Kmbalmlnir), ;I Funeral Director and Embalmer, WITH ] ?- ALEXANDER FREW, ] 1117 MAIN STREET. 12 3- Tolephono 320. ilmldnneo THophoncn, Alex. Ffvtffl&i/i Xiouucdy F. Frciv. (18t. CHOICE FyflNITjJRE.-g, MENQgL \ CO. Bake Yonr Wife Happy This Christmas by presenting her with something Useful and Ornamental for the Home. We have a beautiful line of PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS, CHIFFONIERS, SIDEBOARDS, DIWNGTABLES, BUFFETS, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, DESKS, Etc. Our stock of these goods is very large ?? ? -nmnxrT r\\xr . and we are offering mem at v ?,r\ i i-w w PRICES. Como and sea. }. Mendel & Co. t A JOYFUL CHRISTMAS-GEO. E. STIFEL i CO. rEO. E. STIFEL & CO. Wish you all a Joyful Christmas.1 ' /sJZgaT' Our stores will be closed to-day, Christmas Day. GEO. E. STIFEL k CO. i STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-D. GUNDLING & CO. r\ ttn n\/ri\/rrMCX7 U LINE of STYLISH Neckwear j 50c.?~ .... Is creating deserved attention. .... NONE SUCH IN TOWN ! SST SEE EAST WINDOW DISPLAY! d. Gundling, &c CO., 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. BAKING POWDER. PLUMBING, ETC. Bake Your Cakes With TRIMBLE & LllTZ, STEAM AHDMT WATER HEATING, A Full Line of tlio ' !. i-.M' - I?RiA'iTbi*jjh'lplTT.>1 aaygpj i .Snow anil Marsh Sloan I'umpi IX. II. LIST, Sole Manufacturer. Kept Constantly uti Hand. A" "nU rlandjullTitcll It de:1 1500 una 1303 Storkot Mrcot, W:icrllns ~"* npi) CORNICE AND TIN ROOFING. rpo XATUItAL GAS CONSUMERS I ????? -- ?? ? X Savo your money and obtain butter reeulta by usiiu;' III ItllKHP'S iMti-nt Improved GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE ?2 nanbinc. Perfect cowbunion, period ooulrOl of go* con?umod by tlio pnrtijM twin,- It. All A* ? burnerf guaranteed to rcd'i ira* bill* from i? - to 40 per cent and trlva ?jtl*fnciory r-.u in. ? all Tin Roonngl mid -c?> them Kt GEORGE HIBBERD fit, . SON'S, Plum ben, (Jo* iind .Ste;un Heater*, Ml Maruet at reek Vour patronago lollelied. Snoelil attention clTOn ti nil ltln.li oi SIII'RT prll-'c* ; ; RON and TIN WORK oil balldiogi Alio *irrr FT AM U I pp (. CfiV rE&L and FtiLT ItOOFiXO. \y U.L1A31 Li A It L A. bUN. Call and get prices beloro contracting. as I nin . p.. , roparod to give bargains lu tbat line of work. ii&CtlCcll I IlHTlDCrS 3c p a [ n\Al p i t oas and steam fitters. . r. LALU WtLL, So m twklfth strklt. J50C and 1303 MARKET STRF.ET. All work done promptly at reasonable prices. coal. ? ' DENTISTRY. R,. II. D. WILLIS, r^DO.NTUNDKIL SOf.C 10EXT ron V/ IONOXGAH COAL AM) COKE, "oT"" br T\N UXTY-FIRST AND WATER 8T3. UtlMAL WORK OF AIX KIX04 Tcirpb ?ne8v CATIEFLXLY EXECUTED. Clean Lump Coal 7c por Bushel, A ^ mtt T E*0 n no Antlir.icito and. Piedmont UlacLstnitb Coal A. ID. iYi 1 L?L*IL?n. L/.L/.o.. in mock. JoiO apl7 42 Twelfth Street, WfcoeUog, W. Va.