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SPRING CLOTH ING-M. GUTMAN &. CO.
OUR SPRING EXHIBITION :.QF-^ Men's Clothing IS NOW OPEN FOR EVERYBODY'S INSPECTION. Wo take a business pride in presenting for your inspection and purchase the most elegant assort ment of MEN'S, BOYS'and CHILDREN'S CLOTH ING we have ever shown. This spring we have secured the choicest styles of the most celebrated manufactures of Boston and New York. YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION is asked to the very diversified assortment of VERY FINE SUITS. Long or Short Pants Suits, Juniors and Reefers, in designs to be seen in Wheeling ONLY at our store. In all these styles we are showing some very great novelties, and persons who would have choice of any of these should make it a point to come early, before sizes are broken. Our line of Furnishings this spring is greater, richer and more varied than ever. We call your attention to our elegant line of Spring Neckwear at 50c. " M. Gutman & Co., floods. Corner Main and Twelfth Streets. dmSest. "Hi JOS. H. WORKMAN'S ? STRONGEST. NO STUBS. PATENT FLAT OPENING ?3lank ^ook. EASIEST" MADE. Uj fen FLAT OPENING. Jos.eph H. Workman's Patent Flat Opening Blank Books are manu' facturcd at tile INTELLIGENCER Bindery. Tho Business Man should boar In [I We mako Blank Bocks. Special mind that tho INTELLIGENCER tolNDERY Is thoroughly equipped to do first-class work. Wo respect Ruled Work, Bind Magazines, Perl-* odlcals. etc.. in fact, do everything usually done In a fully solicit an order and will puar- jj FIRST-CLASS BOOK EiNDERY.j nnteo tho work to bo of a superiorDrop a postal card or call up by end excellent quality. Give us a ! tolephono and wo will call for you. trial order. I: order. The Intelligencer Bindery, 25 AND 27 FOURTEENTH STREET. $ Carriers^ c f nun. THE INTELLIGENCER J A To Residence* ami Uniincsi x Y Houses Tiironrchout v i Wheeling | $ x.vo rr< i ? SUBURBS. ^ t DAILY, 16c PER WEEK. (! To onicr e-vllr. cft'-l up ^ TELEPHONE 416. Q V i coal. 11. li. 1). WILLIS -TOLE AGENT FOII Mcnongali Coal and Coke, Twcnty-'Ir^tnnd Writer St-?. Tnl<?phon? 8S. Authracilo and Pipdmo.it llhcksuiith Coal in r.ldck. A seat for MoundvrlUe Mineral Wool. ___ uir>3 architects. EDWARD E. FJUNZIIRIM. MJUAI.ti r. Glt^tX. FRANZHEIM&GIESEY, jS.i-c2a.itocts. fplf> l'ubll,- I.il.r : - ? li'iiM :i, , 1STELL1G t ISC E K. iiaad -*7 Fourweatli a:rcc WALL PAPER. .T;JOS.-fiM?ES,S ?DCALCR IS WaltP&per and Borders, BLANK COOKS, STATIONERY, BABY CARRIAGES, Etc, Largest stock and great est. variety in the city. SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRiCEi. 20 TWELFTH STREET. __ JEWELRY, EASTER NOVELTIES We nfe now receiving some Beautiful Easter Novelties, such as Prayer and Hymnal Books Silver Mounted, Book Maries, Pen Wipers, Letter Openers, Orange Spoons, Eas ter Spoons. Also a fine lot of English Novelties. LOOK IN on: WINDOWS TO-HAY. X. Cr. DIIjIjOSJ cSj CO. SHE WANTED-TOM. A Prioonor lu tho Olty Lockup Haugo Horeolf in hor Coll. HER STOCKINGS SERVE (IS II ROPE. Lockup-Keeper McDmtiott CutH her Down Just (ii Time?Slio 8uyn ulio will Kill lleraoll'nH Soon aHHlio(*ctN out of Jail, hut Want* (o Sco lirr Husband ami II a by First?The Mill vcy Case, Lflat night Oflicor West nrrostcd a blornlo young woman for being drunk on the Btroot in tho Socond ward, iilio was an inmnto of Mollio Boyd's liouio o( ill-fniuo,nnd said hor nnmo was Grace Si. Clair, but it was afterwards said slio had gono by tho nnmo of Virgio Andcr pon. She was locked up in coll No. 1. Not long ufter, Night Lockup lCcoper John MeDormott glanced at tlio ccll, and saw tho girl hanging froui onn of tho bars of hor coll. Slio was already nearly strangled, and McDormott took a Unify and rut tho rope by which alio was suspended. Examination Bhowod that cho had taken her stockings, tied them together and twisted them into a rope. When cut down slio lay on the lloor fur a good while and refuted to talk. When an I Intelligenckii reporter paw hor later, 1 however, she told him iier natno and said hor homo was i*. Pittsburgh. She said: "I'll kill myself all right yot just as I soon us 1 get out of this trouble and cnu I sco mv huiband and littlo baby once more.1* She said it wns all Mollie Boyd's fault that alio was drunk and in trouble. | Some timo ago she railed on Chief of ! I'oIjco McNichol, and wanted to bo given transportation to Pittsburgh. Tho chief font her to County Commissioner McGregor, who refused, howover, to buy hor a ticket, and eho has since been in tho Boyd house. SUSAN MUIjVKY CiUIIiTY. Tlio Abortion Cairn Hoard licforo Judge Jordan Yenterday. Yesterday in tho criminal court, | Judgo Jordan on tho bench, the case of Mrs. Susan Mulvoy, accused of procur- i ing un abortion on Etliol Cooper, and indictod jointly with James Bacbmann i j for that crime, was tried to a jury. J Prosecutor Howard and Mr. Post ren repented tho mate, and lion. G. W. I Atkinson, Mr. Flick and Col. W. W. Arnett tho defenso. Dr. Taylor, who treato.l the girl after tho alleged crime, and Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, her parents, told what thoy knew about tho case, then tho girl her self was put on the stand. She told a vory circumstantial story of tho crime, describing tho house in which Mrs. Mul vey lives, and saying Bachinnnu accom panied her there. Tlio dotails oi the alleged crimo were told very fully by the young woman. Tho state then put James Kachuian on the stand, and iio denied everything she had told connecting him with the abortion. Lieut. V,'alter Terrill was called to the stand and asked as to statements tho accused bad mndu to him about tho case, but mo3t of his I testimony was ruled out on objection. | Susan Mulvey herself was the only witness for the defense. She donie'd I everything the girl hud told, saying alio had never se.*n the girl, and nover saw Bach man n but once and theu lie was on a wagon. Tho court room was packed full of people all clay, and at tho noon recess the crowd was so great in tiio hall that the large double door into tho court room was forced open by tho pressure against it, a bolt being broken. J.a3t night tho attundonee was oven larger than during tho day, the audience packing tho corridors outside the doors. Tho argument was short on both (dries, and the ease was civon to the jury about !>:4S, and just as the clock struck 10 the jury camo into court and rendered a verdict of euiltv as chargcd in tho in d:etmont. The usual motion for a new trial was ontered and set for argument, Mrs. Mul vey was remanded in jail and court ad journed. The case of Jame3 ttnchtnnnn, indicted tor allogod complicity in tho sumo cri'ie, is pel for to-dav. Tho penalty for the offense is tlirco to tou years in tho penitentitnry. j . NANA blil.L'T IN A CtZLU I Tlio Keeper of a 'Tony" Hoiihs Will IAmwtr to Two Charges To-day. Last night the liou3c? of Nana Moffat, u a ley 1G; wa? visited by Oflicorj llucli, Dujm and Haberfield, unannounced, and il'ila liana, three other women and ouo matt were put under arrest. Tho Indies wore given a freo rido to the city building in tiia patrol wagon; and wero ; accommodated there with lodgings for S tho night. Nr.n'i has been tho causo of several complaints to the police. She has boon nccuead of playing for big stakoa with mou she know to have money. Two charges worn lodged against her, one of keopinc a hou?o of ill fame an 1 ony of selling beer without a license. Several duvi ago Chief MrNiehcl warned her that if tin complaints about hor did not c r.se ho would compel hor to leavo town or g;? to ??il, but alio waa very de fiant, nn;l s.Vul sho was not going to leavo "Wheeling till sho was ready, ller conduct at that interview was the provo cation fjr her arrest last night, and tho chief prnjiofes to see that she conducts business within reasonable bounds or not at ail. Sho retained Mr. J.Con ilT as her attorney, and he hud an inter view with her last night and afterwards undertook to secure hor release until morning, but in vain. Fie WiliilHjto Moot I'llmtm'r. Jamas Rowan, of this city, wants to go against Billv Plinimcr, wh030 com pany opens at tho Grand to-night, i l'limnier offers $53 to anybody who will j stand up against him for four rounds, and llowan says he will attempt it. It tho match could be mado it would draw the biggest crowd that was overseen tu tho Grand, and the Wheeling man would have lots of money put up ou him on the outside. Tlio rnttr.ru' Unit-tils. I^ast night, at tho Grand, tho benefit entertainment under tho auspices of tho striking "Wheeling potter* was held, and was an immense success, both financially and artistically speaking. Tne prog amino printed in Monday'* In telligence!: was carried out, greatly to tho enjoyment of tho large audience. Tho pollers will rcaiize a tidy sum from tho performance. Shade Tiile*. Shrub*, Vines and Creepers. UE:u'sNcitfEi:i:;s. Tel. 1413. If you went any kind of a Sign call up No. C14 and get tlio price. ilfn.vgi: & Chew. THE SOLD ROBBER ! That smashed our window Tuesday Viight and stole the box containing the $35, never made a greater mis take if lie supposed that it woutd effect the holders of keys. We have ordered a duplicate l3ox and Lock, and the same key will win that would have won had this Impatient gentleman of nerve not visited us. We knew that the idea was popu lar, but hardly thought it necessary to build a cell around it to keep peo ple away. Bring in your keys any time during the last week in April and the holder of the right one will get the S25- In the meantime all purchasers will get a key. ALEXANDER, Slioo Sollor, 1(110 3Iulti Street. LOCAIi imuvrnug. MitttPr? oC Minor Mftinout la and About tlio City. Tiie Grand this ovcuiug?Billy l'lirn mor'a company. Tin: Ftroet haoda of tlio board of pub* lie works will bo paid oil' to-day. Xom caao allowed up for tlio police court yesterday, tlio first "whitowaah" for a week or, bo. Jamss Lr.oN'Aun, ii plain drunk, was loeked up by OilicerBuch yoatorday and Ed Ilays, a vug, by Ollicor Carney. A iiam, wan glvon laot evening by tlio Fulton liro department, in ICoch'n ball at that place, and it was largely at tended nnd a pay timo waa had by all. Tin: Uuirot cafo will give an oponing lunch this evening from D:i>0 to 12 o'clock. Tlio new proprietor. Mr. Lar kin, will bo 011 hand to recoivo his friend*. Billy Pi.iMMEit, who bested George Dixon, and hiu apocialty company will open an engagement of three nights and a matinee at tho Grand this even ing, and tho mere announcement of this fact will no doubt pack tho house to the doora. Viaoistrs Lodge "No. 2, L 0. 0. F., will give a select hop at Assembly iiall this evening. This ia tho oldest lodgo in tho city and next to tho oldest in tho state. This is its first hop and the ar rangements guarantee that it will bo one of tho most successful and enjoyable on rccord. Alio (IT Strancei8l? tlio City nnit Wheollaj Folk* A broad. W. T. Schuan, of Mariotta, isaStamm arrival. Miaa GertrudeFrow is visitinir friends in Bethany. It. R. Whitehill, of Morgnntown, is at the McLure. Part of Billy Flimmer's company aro at tho Behlor. T. II. McKay, of Marietta, registered at the Windsor. Will J. Davidson, oi Huntington, reg istered at the McLure. Mrs. A1 McMullin, of Sistorevillo, registered at tho Stamm. W. E. Kirehner, of Middlebourne, fig ured on the Windsor register. F. W. Storey, of Fairmont, and S. II. Reynolds, oi Point Pleasant, ure Stamm guests. Harry Gottmau, of Stetibenvillo, was here yesterday and registered at tho Windsor. Billy Plimmcr, the pugilist, and his sparring partner, Benny Murphy, aro at tho McLure. W, !?'. Cunir.ghan, a prominent mer chant of Bingamon, \V. Va., is in the city oil business. John 31. Ilanloy, in advance oi Prim rose <k Weil's minatreis is here, regis tered at the Behler. Miss Jennie Coukle, of Wheeling, is tho guest of her cousin, Miss Ella Coo kie, oiMoundsville. Col. Robert McEIdownov, tho Wetzel statesman, was in town yesterday and autographed at tho Windsor. ' G. E. Robinson, of Gratton; J. II. McCoy and G. B. Sletnakor, well known Sistoraville nion, aro at the Bohler. Mr. Hugh Walbron, lately connected with Mendel's undertaking establish ment has accepted a similar position with Alex Frew. Among tho railroad officials in town yesterday wero J. Charlton, general pas senger agent of the Chicago it Alton road, and Traveling Passenger Agent A. G. Robinson, of the aauio road. The Modern Way commends itself to the well-formed, to ! do pleasantly and eflectually what was formerly done in tho crudest manner i i nnd disagreeably as well. To cleanse j j tho eyatera aud break up colds, head- : aches and fevers without unploasant J after ellbcfa, use tho delightful liquid. j laxative remedy, Syrup of Figf, | Notice. ; Tho hutch ors will, after April I, sell j perk, eausftgy and lard for 12A rents. ('i his lairie has been mado on account of j I wholeaalora raising tho price. Butculbs' Pkotectivi; Association*. Roses, tho best hardy, at SI oO to $2 oO per dozen. Reid's NunsEtina. Tel. 1415. America and Germany are taking tho South .Airica hardware trade away from England. ^ BURXIXQ, C s~>\ itching, sculy, crusty Skin /r. ~ O Diseases, such u.s defy tho ('/?"j ordinary blood medicines, :?*iro cured completely by Dr. r"( "L-y Picrce's Golden Medical Dis (V**~?V?v cover.*. For Scrofula in all various fonns, tho worst Scrofulous Sores and Swell &'alt eatin" ? U!cer*? ami every blood-taint and disorder, this is a direct remedy. It thoroughly purifies and enriches your "blood. AUxandcr. .V. C. / VM D"-v* ViE'icn: lx*r S'.r l I?Your ??(loldcn Medical Di3 covery " has proved a blot;. InR- tn me. It was rfcotn mended to ine Lv Kev. P. A. vft'- Kuvkendall. I havo been a sufferer with old sons on my l^trR for four years. I used three bottles of it, ; nnd my !ors aro souud acd welt and my . health Is letter than It ha? bven for some tircc. I lia-1 the l*:<t doctors of this country treat my ?1:0 and they foiUd to clbjct a cure. i Yours rcapectfuliy, ?C ^ Roses that grow at lowest price?. Rgir/s NuitHRBiRs. Tel. 1415. UNDERTAKING. j j^OUIS bertschv, (Formerly oJ Free ? n^rbchn jfuneral director Ana Arterial Enabatmor, 1115 JIain Street. LaiiSM*. Calli b- telephone nn*trar?A d?7 or nigh!. | Store tciopuoao, 6J5; rcsideuvj. &33. t:>-7 CARPETS ANO M ATTINGS-G. lvft:NDEL #. CO Carpets J All the-New Designs and Color N ings for 1894 are represented in our grand showing. Mattings! A choice line of New Styles, fresh from China and Japan, to select from. Call early and make your selections while the stodc is complete. We will make up your Carpst and store it, free of cost, until wanted. SPRING WRAPS-GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. Do You Want the Most Stylish" esoeoooaoooeosocco Just now. We can give you the choice of the best styles offered this season by the largest importers and manufacturers. Entirely New Styles. The Latest Out in Capes. Just Opened, Don't Buy Till You See Our Line. lorie, China, India and Sraei Silks, Entire New and Exclusive Patterns in Black, Colors and Evening Shades. The Newest Dress Fabric. Can only ba had at our store. Ask to see them. 5! Geo. E. Stifel & Co, STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-D. GUNDLING &. CO. Don't be Afraid. "?"?=3^57-w It isn't too early to begin the Spring Buying. All that's left of winter is its "bark." If you feel shabby in that old suit, new ones are handy, and OH, so cheap. If the heavy Overcoat is getting to be a burden, a spring weight is only a matter, of choosing. Lighter Scarf for darker ones, new shapes, new silks in place of the veterans of many weeks' wear. You have got these changes to make?waiting won't gain anything?and you'll feel better If you spruce,up alittle. TO-DAY?EH? The Star Shirts and Shirt Waists, complete new line, on sale. CO., 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. LIGHT FURNITURE-ALEXANDER FREW. , /i <p[CiHir " -tfS