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OPENING ANNOUNCE!*
?' PREL1MINA
EightySEMI-ANHDAL
OPEN!
VVa beg leave to inform the pi
campaign with largely increase<
mous stock, having leased th>
premises we have occupied for'
quarters were formerly occupie
city. With these additions to
abled to show our fast increas
by Fair Treatment, Large A
tho Largest, tho Best Assort
Men's, Boys'and
Ever brought to this or any
some flesiraDie novelty xo our <
M G0TMAN&I
RETAIL DEPARTMI
FALL SUITINGS?G
pore Runn<
FALL AND
Advance lines of Fall ai
Wraps now open. The
new, rich in color and h:
Our large rooms have
and repainted, giving ad'
(daylight) to be had in a
Dress Goods and Silks a
Come in, examine the
ready to purchase you
go to get the latest.
Our Imported Goods
styles seen at our store
where in the city.
Geo. e.
?st! i
BARGAIN BULLE'
B.B.P
Bargain
MAIN AND TENTHS
o
> We have just purchased at
5 of the ROCHESTER CLOTH
_ on the market for a few days at
S Bargain hunters will do well to <
a from their opening announcemi
? pose to close the balance of the !
j M SlEteli
1 $123,000 Worth of
5 from the Big Fire t
t*
5 The largest fire that has visil
curred in the wholesale clothing
dreds of thousands of dollars w
But $123,000 worth of Fine C
c the insurance, the entire stock
5 W. Va,. and will be sold for ha
O '
c ?
5 -AJyUODSTO- THE
2 Mon'a $4 50 Salta go at I
CL Mon'o Mon'a 5 00 and $5 50 St
^ iVlcIl b Mon'a C00,$050and$
r; Mon'a S 00 nnd $3 50 Si
FinP Mon'a 0 00 and $10 00 ?
11Mon'a 11 00 and $11 60S
, c I M*n'? 1200 and $1400 ?
? OUltS I Mon'a 15 00 and $W 00 I
<D Mon'a 17 00 and $18 00 {
5 Mon'a 10 00 and $20 00 I
X
If you can match thoso goods foi
Jj you will mucli obll^o ua by returnli
<S fund your money. Thia is as plain
X moan exactly what tro Bay.
Mon'a SI 00 Good Work
rf, Mon'a 1 25 Pants, sploi
k Mon'c Mon'a 1 50, SI 75 and J
? ^ Mnn'? .'H)0 Pants, our i
C Men's Fino Punts, extrr
5 Men's $3 50 mid $4 00 l1
^ Pnnfc Men's 4 50and $4 75 P
0 raillb. Mens 5 00 nud $o 50 1'
*0 Mon's 0 00 Pants at...,
2 Mon's 050 Pants at....
Again wo mako you tho odor?ti
you tho uionoy for any goods wo soli
uf tho word, and worth doublo tho a
o$ plies to our lino of Clothing.
x.
? Hoys' 30c Pants go at..
d Rnt/c7 N0*8' 40c ? won
? DOy S Hoys' 50c Pants, big eo
J Q11 i f n iioV9'flr,c l'onta, extra
O OUILS Boys' $1 40 Suits, a ape
5 Hoys' 1 50 Suits at
? allU Uoys' 1 75und o;) 6
tfl Uovm' 4J50 Fino Dresi
a T ct II Lb. Hoys' 3 00 and $3 no !
S Jloys' 4 00 and $5 50 S
These Hpot <to*h tbundsrltolti aro tho omi?a
lookfiti* for full vslue (<>t over/ dull'ir. Ii oiieliir
that l?l? |irollU art* outnf din qiieuion Ihtklx
Itlug tliin i;roat tola which will cnntlutio until t
&E. B. F
Main and Tonth Strc
ENT-M. GUTMAN & CO,
RY TO hup ^
Second
iNG ANH0UHCE9ENT
jblic that we will open the Fall
1 space for exhibiting our enors
two large halls adjoining the
thirty odd years. Tile spacious
id by the Masonic bodies of this
i the Six Floors, we will be ening
trade, made and maintained
ssortment, and Lowest Prices;
cil, tko Host Stylish Stuck of
CMdren'sfear
other town. Every day adds
ilready enormous stock.
CO.,?^
ENT, ITALY AND TWELFTH STS.
EO. E. STlFEL A. CO.
srs
FOR
WINTER '91 AHD '95..
nd Winter Suitings and
>y are beauties. Entirely
tndsome in style.
?been entirely renovated
/antage of the best light
11 departments, especially
nd Velvets.
lines, then when you are
will know just where to
\
are exclusive and the
is will not be seen else-EL
& CO.
riN-E. B. POTTS,
OTTS;
Bulletin!
ITS., Wheeling, W.Va.
2
o
Assignee's sale the entire stock o
ING CO., and place the same g
prices that will move the goods. ^
rail early. The following extract a
:nt speaks for itself, and we pro- ?
stock at still lower prices. o
if Fin Suit! I
O
Fine Clothing Saved a
it Rochester, N. Y. 3
:ed Rochester, N. Y., in years oc- j?
district on St. Paul street. Hun- p
orth of Clothing were destroyed. ilothing
was saved; and to settle ?
has been removed to Wheeling, 2.
.If price or 50 cents on the dollar, g3
GOODS ABB I
hia salo at .. $ 2 05 f?
lita at y 87
>7 00 Suits at 4 50 CO
iita at - 5 75 p
inlts at 0 00 O
>uits at 7 05 rr
jlilts at 0 85 ?
tails at 10 75 ?
suits at 12 62 p.
Suits at IS 75 p
-t
r loss than doublo our prico any whore, ?
tlio sumo and wo will clioorlully round
fair as wo can mako it, aud wo ?
Q.
intr Panta at 68 <
adfd valuo, at 07 q
?2 00 Pants at $1 18 <
{rout loarfnr, at 1 :i7 p
i value, at 1 02 D
auta at 1 05 ?T
< ? ? <i'? ,5
ants at 2 1).*> c
a 37 2
y 05 i
p
Imt is, wo lioroby jrunrantoo to rofnnd gif
not fully flati*factory in ovary eonso
mount o/ tiiu prico. 'i'liia oITor ap- <
O
c
19 S
t bargain at i.1) P
[lorn at Wj ?
vnluo nt ?iS q
csal ilrivo at S7 C
1)8 2
Tons knits at $1 18
Suits at 1 02 q
ino Drum feiutM lit ) t)~> c.
uitu nt 2 1)5 5?
of our WiWORftPUMMJW.'KK a>i l the publta
il?o t M???ir iHUilfM. ?ti 1 l. Mt'i'H' Iiiuih it', ii r itj
111:10/ oUl'.ir lMr,'.l|:M III I'. ) ?? I will *JJ WHO.I vi?
iiiIuiiuj <>. ! : ? ik 14 *otil
=>OTTS,*13t3,
Whoallnx W. Va.
THE AGG1DENT RECORD.
The Revolver Got? In Ita Work la
Bonwood Yoaterdtijr.
R LITTLE GiRL PAINFULLY COT
On Twentieth Street Ll?t Cronlng by
Falling Onto a Kuifo Ulade?Other
Castialtle* or Bandajr and Saturday.
Circa distance* of the Shooting at
Ben wood that waa Nearly aTro#cdy.
Yesterday afternoon the old itory of
the revolver in careless hauds was ro?
peated, and that the result was not fatal
is bnt a lucky chance. The two parties
in to routed are William Bogard and his
wife. Mr. Bogard, who Is but twenty,
and bis wifo but sixtoon years of age,
were sitting in their homo in Sontli
lienwood. Mr. Bogard was ongatred in
cleaning a revolver and Mrs. Bogard
nursing thoir infant child, when a shot
whs discharged, striking tho side of Mrs.
Bogard's hoad, glancing along tho skull
and oQ at tho top.
Although tho wound 1b ugly it is not
at all dangerous. Many stories wero
enrrnnt V?n? nn ?* ?? nam mmln na
the affair -was purely accidental.
SEltlOL'H ACCIDENT.
A Lltlln Child lUoeiva* a Uad Wound
While riiiylng With u Knife.
Last ovoDing about 7:30 o'clock a lit*
tie grandchild of Mrs. Kinney, of 40
Twontioth atroot, was playing with a
hrgo open pon-knifo and wandored
down to tho corner of Mnrkot street,
lloro it fell down and fta faco struck
tho knifo blade. Tho Inreo number of
peoplo passing at tlio time wore attract*
ed by tho screams of tho child, but
peomod bewildered. Finally a lady
nicked up tho child and carried it iuto
J)r. Taylor's olllce with tho knife still
sticking in tho child's cheek. Tho
blade was removed with some difficulty
and was found to havo penotratod tho
chcek hone about an inch and a qnnr.
tar. Iho wound is a very painful
ono, but it is not nocossnrily
dangerous. Dr. Taylor dressed tho
wound. It is not known how tbo
child obtaiuod the kuifo, us it
is a very dangerous plaything for a
email child.
Saturday Accident*.
Whilo hammering a bar of stool at
tho Whooling steel plant on Saturday,
rranx inonur, nix employe, aiot wiwt
1111 occidont that may causo him to lose
an eye. A scale of tho steel Hew oil,
striking him in tho eye and penetrating
both the lid nnd ttio eyeball. It was
uu extremely duugerous wound.
Will Harris, a CJevelaud, Lorain &
Wheeling brukeman, living at Bridgeport,
was nevorely squeezed in the
Htomnoh while coupling cars on Saturday.
Ilo wan brought to his home and
put under a physician's care, who reported
that no bunw woro brokeu.
On Saturday afternoon a young son of
Michael Eisenborg, of ttonwood, met
with an accident that might have rosultod
fatally? As it was tho boy received
injuries* that will lay him up for
Homo time. Tho injured hoy and an
older one wore sitting on the end gato
of a wagon when a jar precipitated
them both to tho pavemont when tho
youugster hud his clavicle broken and
his shouldor blado dislocated. Tho injur/,
though painlul, is not noceasarily
fatal * _
Iinluntrlnl Xotca.
Tho Wheeling steel works will resume
Tuesday morning.
Tho Moll aire steel works went on full
in uvury uupuriiiiuub una iuuiwiii};.
Tlioro wore ovor 150 potter* in tho labor
procession Saturday. Thin win u
pretty Rood showing for tho pottora'
organization.
The window glaSB mon from tho Indiana
gas Golds aro all preparing to go
back on short notico, as thoy think thoro
will bo no Btriko in that industry now.
Tho boaters aud rollora of tho La
Bollu mill will to on iu full this morning
and tho nail mill to-morrow. Tho tRck
hands arc at presout laid off, and tho
dato of thoir resumption is not known.
Owing to tho introduction of now
ehapos at tho North NVhooling potlory,
thoro was considerable misunderstanding
as to tho correct prices to bo paid
for tho work. The employes and tho
managers hold a conforenco, however,
aud everything was satisfactorily adjusted.
Tho turnout of tho Riverside mill
lodgo of Knights of Libor, tho recently
instituted organization of that establishment,
in tho labor demonstration
was something phonomenal. Thoy had
tho largest showing of any industrial
body iu tho parade. Besides thoso in
line moro than a hundrod who wero on
tho night boloro wore unable to participate
iu tho parado.
llullUliig Note*.
Mr. John T. Lakin is making improvemonts
to his Thirteenth street propoarty.
Louis llartongis the contractor.
The foundation is laid for tho new
houie of Mr. Joseph Brady at Pleasant
Vnlloy. Edward Clator is tho contractor.
Tho now houso of Goorgo Adams at
Pleasant Valley, is undor roof and is
rapidlynoaringcompletion. Mr. bitsson
is the contractor and Woods Brothora
aro furnishing tho matorial.
A New Livery Firm.
Mossrs. Swoonoy & Smith, is tho titlo
of a new firm consisting of Mr. Andrew
Swoenoy, assistant ctty clork, and Mr.
Jamos Smith, formorly of Clinton, W.
Va., who ha* rocontly boon conducting
a boarding stable near tho old jail on
Kott stroet, Yostorday thoy took po?.
session ot tho livery etnblo on Market
street nonr tho creek bridgo, ownod by
K. 11. Merchant. 'ilio member* of tlto
now firm aro both oxporioncod Uartvmon
ami may bo doponded upon to conduct
a fjooii stable. Mr. Smith will
manage tho now stable. Sir. Morcliant
ha;! not definitely decided upon his future
plane.
Somb things to romoinbor.ln selecting
Wall l'apor: iiluoB, yraya and drabs for
south rooms; rede, orange and yellows
for north rooms; olives, ocrus and old
blues for weBt rooms; yellows, terra
eotta and old rose for east rooms. Coujo
to 1011 Main si root for ideas.
"I know an old eoldier who had
chronic diarrhica of Ionic standing to
have been permanently cured by taking
Chamhorluin's Colic, Cholera and
Dinrrlnim Keinody," says Jul ward
Hhumpik, a prominent druggist of .Minuotipolis,
Minn. "1 have'sold tho remedy
in this city lor ovor seven years and
consider it tmunrior to any other modi,
cine now on tho market for bowel com*
plaints."
??'
Kvfcx osamltiod for gln'SOS froo ol
clinruu by Prof. Shotl", tho Optician. 1110
Main slroot, next door to Snook A Co.
mwkjlw
A DAbTAltDLY ATTEMPT
At Crlmtaal AimuII ou a Child Wm
rotlvtf.
Patrick Burke ii about forty years of
ago and it a boarder at the home of Mr.
aod Mrs. James Gardiner, in jEtnaville.
Saturday evening Mrs. Gardiner came
over to Wheeling on a shopping expedition
and left Burke and her little daugh*
ter, Gertrude, nine yeare old, at the
house.. Barke about 6 o'clock made an
attempt at criminal assault on the child,
but tho child rotisted and yelled fo
lustily that Burke desisted and left the
houso. The girl went to a neighbor's
houso, whore sho remainod until her
inothor return. Sho then told her experience
with Burke. Tho mother was
of course indignant, and at onco went
to the authorities of Bridcenort end
had a warrant issuod for Burke s arrest.
He was found and soon afterward jailed.
Tho trial will tako place this mornius
before tiie mayor of Bridgeport.
WI1KELING MAN GO.VE.
Sliaon Jouo Fall* Demi on the Street at
St. Cialrovilte.
At St. Ciairsvllle, Simon Jonot, of
Wheeling, a former resident of that
place, dropped dead in front of Borofl's
store at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Jones bad been in that town a day
or two and seemed in bia usual health,
lie was walking over town, when he
stoppod to sneak to hia friond Col. J. F.
Charlosworth. After speaking a few
words he fell in his friend's arms and
was with oaso lot down to the pavement,
whoro he expirod instantly.
lie leavoa four sons and threo daughters,
who mado their homo with him in
this city. Albort, tho oldest son, is a
mail carrier. Mr. Jones faithfully
servod his country in company D,
Forty-third Ohio Infantry. The Drummond
(?. A. K. post had chargo of tbo
funorul, which occnrrod from tho St.
Clairsvillo M. E. church at 4 o'clock
Sunday. Ilo waa a quiet, law-abiding
citizen, was likod by all who know him,
and it waa with rogrot that frlouda
heard of his sudden death.
CAPTAIN DOV12NKK 8l'EAK8
To the CUay*Unlou Ilt-pubiican Clnb Till*
Evening*
This ovoning at tho mooting of tho
Clay-Union Republican clubatBIshofTs
hail on Eighteenth street in East
Wheeling, Captain B. B. Dovonor will
deliver his first address of the campaign
in Wheeling since ho was nominated
for Congress at Now Martinsville.
Tho mooting* of tbo Clay-Union club
have already boon notod for largo turnouts
nnd this ono with tho eloquent
Dovener 08 tho speaker of tho uvuning
will no doubt bo u lar^-o unci entliuaioa*
tic ono. Tho ball will coinuienco its
jouruoy at 7:30 p. n?.
A PltlSONEIt ESCAPES.
Ho Was Snra of Gain? to tho Pcnltcntinrjr
and Gave^Lnff Hall."
At St. Clairaville Saturday evening
while Jailor William Greon was having
priaonera carry wutor, Clydo Ellis, of
Barneavillo, spilt nouio from his bucket
at tbe jail door, llo wna givon a mop
to wipo tho floor, and while tho jailor's
attention waa othorwiso attracted, ho
elipnod out and wns gono, without coat
or hut. Eiiiais known to bo a tough,
llo b&roiy escaped .the penitentiary
twice and thinking ho would surely iro
this timo ho was easor to escape. Tho
present charge was au assault on Scott
Barnes with intent to kill.
PIERCE.A CURE
OR MONEV RETURNED.
For over a quarter of a century, Dr. Pferoo's
Golden Medical Disoovcry has ixwu effecting
cures of Bronchial, Throat and Lung affections
Tho makers bavo such confident? In
tho41 Discovery " for curing Asthma, Bronchitis,
and incipient Consumption, that they
can afford to guamnteo It,
Mrs. Isaac Lotman, of TJmrlow, Delaware
Co., l*a? writes as follow*:
r>b. r.V. Pierce, Uuff'do.
N. Y.: " Ikar Sir?
I wlgh to write you of
I Tii my brother, Horry C.
rK ISJ Troup, who has Iron
hry & VM slolc for ten years with
| / Cg Huthnio, llo boa tv?cn
\ y<J xJ treatjHi by ten dltferent
\ ?~ I i. who bavo
/v sold bo could not bo
XL/ vj \v.ci?red. He Imd to sit
/ lN /Tyf \ "P ut be got oo
/ \L>cJ??/ \ short of breath; ho suf\
J?LJj / fiirud with fearful bimUn
/ ac,wa antl had a bad
*\ U ?,ou(yh. After taking
\ /if Doctor Piorco'a Golden
11 C Tiuitip Medical Diocovenr und
' Pleasant l'cllota. ho did
cotfii'tshortof breotb, and can sleep all night."
At tho flno track with transition turns
at Moundaville many rocorda will bo
smashod.
WORTIIINGTON*?On Sunday morning. August
JC. ht Duuvillo. Ky.. huHRL. wife of
Hood Worthingtou and daughter of Mrs. i
Mntllda and tho Into A. Jl. Caldwell
Fiinorol notice horenftpr.
UNDERTAKING.
LOUIS BERTSCHf,
iruilHKiu.i w mr.? a Ufcikimit|i
Funeral Director and
Arterial Embalmer,
1110 Main NtreoL Rnitt Sliln.
Calif by tolephono nnnworcl tlnjr or nlRht.
Pt'TQ ''1|: Vi'l ni?.7
atthe
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THEY LEAI
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luve a number of Wheels, l>
K. HC
READY-TO-WEAR CLO
KRAUS
f No other house does, ever did. f
* or ever will, sell such sterling *
f qualities as we Quote. f
IN YE OLDEN TIME the
versal, and all wool clothes u
the rule in our stock of Fashii
there are no exceptions. No
ceptions to our clothing, bee
criticism in every point, Style
ish. Every suit here is All V\
also as well-fitting and dur;
them elsewhere in this town,
too, because they don't find tl
style, it must be the latest to
V ?C0TCB HN
KRAUS
1310 Market SL, tlie Fluent Clotlilnj
sTitnnxv oyi: pkice to all.
STAR CLOTHI-ERS?1
A MAN?^
Looking about tho clt
proaont time will find
ijuita that upon oxam
FOUND WIT
Not a grain of anytliin
advertifed ob "all-woo
kot boforo. Cloth tiia
into saitH jaet to fool ]
trash right in tho faco
A DOLLAR^Will
buy moro of goo
world ? Wo havo neve
that remains tho aatno
hiKh-claas workmamh
but lower pricci. For
$18, wo can now noil fo
Tliit?, thou, is n real, p
a man can leave
IN HIS POCK
We don't do a low-prii
D. Gu
34 ar
Ebomob
SUPERB FRENCH MODE
The ideal for slender
splendid support for fullei
Boning never works thri
binding?never breaks?neve
No brass eyelets to stain
and cut lacers.
Sold by ALL RETAILE
who will refund the money if
satisfactory after three we
SAVE AND IMPROVE V
?
Ono nppllcallon will Inrtnntljr ond positively pro1
Flli*,C?niil5,nml InwvUof pvcrv kind, improve Ui
prevent* Thrush, hoof and skin ulsca**. It I* tlie pr
coiivincocl. I'rlro of "Toi'fm-ON-1'l.Jiai" including
cans, K.ro. Ono ralton will lart fotir horn* or tattle
CllESLENT MA.M ?Am Kl.\G CO., 1?
d?*C.M CjO.w' OriULJunY v-U.. t?oll!
TOP L
3IA, HARTFORD
iLTAIR. STERL
Z> TECE PROC
%?*A
jS&fcj* '"'jy'j?. *!*'' ^
uili second-hnnd and new, that wc v
>GE COMPANY,Jl
,v... .. v . r
THING?KRAUS BBP?.
i BR OS.
s spinning wheel was unirere
the rule. They are also
jnaDie suits, a ruie, 100, which
one in this vicinity takes excuse
it is above unfavorable
Material, Fit, Cut and Fin'ool,
like a sheep's tleece, and
lble. There is nothing like
The public like our prices,,
riem as low elsewhere. As to
have a place in our stock.
D SEE US. r
BROS.,
t and Furulalilng IIoiim' in tliu Statu*
>. GUNDLING A CO.
y for a Suit of Olothos to suit him at thfl
moro cheap-made, low?grado Clothing?
iaatiou aro
K in thorn but cotton and shoddy, although
I," than has ovorbocn shown in this mart
is absolutely worthless for wenr is mado
i'Ou with. Aro you beiug fooled with this
of tho fact tbut to-day
d stuff than it over would before in the
ir lowered tho high standard of oar suits?
; but tho prico Jina been lowored. Samo
ip, quality and lit. wo lmvo always had,
instanco: Suits wo usod to soli for $15 and
r $12 and $15. Just ai good ovory way.
oaitivo saving of so many dollars, which
TT - ^
kJU JL
:oJ buaiuoaa-?that is, don't soli trash.
NDLING.
& CO.,
id 36 Twelfth Street.
iSET^,
L ftelb
figures?
figures. W
Dugli the V&Ml
r rolls up. /$< :%\Vk
elcs wear.
at)f>rr!).*g
OUR STOCK BY USING
RcwniEciiilcd
Ifct your horwn ami cnttln from nity annoynnoo froit
io ar|>caraTuT of tlx? n?at,?ll>pni?liin wlUi tly-nrtK. li
r?te?t compound of thl.< projrn-astvo ur<\ Try it n?<l \r.
Iirtiida: Quart cazin.Sl.??: l?*-lf jral. c.uiaono
nn entire Mnwin. Ivvurcofiwlutloua. ilatloonly bj
Ullaricljiblu, k'a,
??K jailnj?. V/.Vu. nullrrbw
Bggfesy
AND HECK.OKY.
ING.
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C^y.1.-?- -v oi
ill sell at greatly rcJuced prico^.
I1CVCLB ?K\l)(jrA!lTKttS.
1113 MARKET STRliST.
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