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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, September 27, 1894, Image 5

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MALE WEARING APPAREl-M. GUTMAN 4. CO.
" IS TBE EAST CHAIR
bconomy of old agei
And one way to practice it Is to use the broad and well beaten
path that lead you to our mammoth store, when you're needing
anything In
?MALE WEARING APPAREL.
We to-day maintain the position we've held for thirty
years in tnis city, that is, of Giving You the Best Value
for Your Money, of being able to show you the
Largest and Best Selected Stock in the State.
We Don't Believe . . .
In selling one article at cost and putting a big profit on another.
Try us and we will use you fairly. Our splendid line of Clothing
is as complete as ever, and everyone knows that we keep
but one quality?THE BEST I v
What Can We Do For You ?
MGUTMAN & CO.,?
Six Floors,?-Twelfth anil Main Sis.,?Retail Department.
SEASONABLE QOODS-GEO. E. STIFEL A CO.
Never Heard Of It 1
A BONAFIDE SALE OF SEASONABLE GOODS AT
Less Than Cost.
This is not only an advertisement, but the goods are here at
your disposal. Take them.
50-inch All-Wool Suitings, consisting of Diagonals, Hopsackings,
Armures and Serges, manufactured to sell retail At Si 25 per
yard. We give you an elegant assortment of Shades to select
We have many other Big Bargains that it will pay you to investigate.
We may not save you 50 per cent on everything
you buy, but we will give you better value for less money than
anyone in our line in tiie city, besides a larger line to select irom.
TRY US ON WRAPS AND FUPS.--^
Dr. Uaeger's Sanatory Underwear. All kinds at 10
per cent less than the catalogue price.
Geo. e.
-o?stifel & co.
^eob^ooeset gA,
SUPERB FRENCH MODEL
The ideal for slender figures?
splendid support for fuller figures.
Boning never works through the _ fpwW
binding?never breaks?never rolls up. JM M A
No brass eyelets to stain garments /?,. ||l?k
and cut lacers. llWlMa
Sold by ALU RETAILERS, ]jjM
who will refund the money if not
satisfactory after three week9 wear.
nnflrrhAs
SL0
I . ,Vvw rtiicnrory. Will braeo yon tip in ? itM>k. Sold *itti WRITTEN
i'afe^Lg^l^@^>|Zj6^'iUAHANlEB to Curo Norrouc Debility, Loan ofHvxual I'ownr in elthmae*,
&ttXksMM in*olnntflrr KtnlMlooa ftoiamrniiitf. If nojjlfctiMl, aucb trouble# leari to
Buforu and Afit-r fains."" cornnmption or Jo??rUy, tl.(K>p#r box by tnatl.fi boxea for til. With c*?rv *3.
ortrr w* tfi*? * written guaranty to cure or refund the money, Addreaa
PEAL MEDICINE CO., Ohio. j.
gold by CIIA9. R. GOETZE, Successor to MoLalo Bros., Twoifth mid MarkotBtrooti no2D
AGRANDC01
HOUS
THE WHEEL!
We beg leave to inform the pu
Market street, that we have purch;
FOR .CASH (
Housekeepers in need of ANYTHI
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND ST(
.te^CASH
|house
' 1. 0. 0. F. OUTING ,
At the Wheeling Park Takee Place
Thla Afternoon.
THE GENERAL COMMITTEE MEETS
And OIvm the Lut Touches to the
I Arraogomonn That Are About Perfect?The
Mozart CIttb Will Arrlre
From tho Ea?? This Morning?Program
mo for the Two Performance*.
A Number of Out-of-Town Lodge#
Will bo Hero.
Oddly enough tho Odd Follows of
Wheeling will ova the town on an odd
d?y of tho month?tho 27th. Such 8
condition of affairs it tore to brinjr the
I. 0. 0. F. juat what they want?a big *
crowd, balmy Indian summer weather
and a consequent all around success. li
Last evening the general committee v
composed of representative! from the ?
various city lodges of the order held a \
meeting at their hall on Chapliae street fi
and concluded arrangoments for to-day's ^
outing and entertainment at Wheeling ?
parlc. Everything was found to bo t
moving along smoothly, and the predic- u
tion was made that taking tho advance H
sale of tickets into consideration there a
will bo big audieucos both nt the e
matinee and evening performances of h
tho famous Mozart Symphony Club, at ''
the Wheoling Park Casino. ti
Tho first ovont on the day's pro- 1
gramme is tho street demonstration, r
which will tako place at 10:30 o'clock, b
Tho various lodgoa that will participate r,
include oil of tho local ones and those ^
oi Martin's Ferry, Belluirc, Bridgeport, a
ltonwood, Moundavillo and Clariugton. a
it is expected that numerically speak- ?
ing the parade will bo one of the largost ^
of the year in Wheeling. Tho lodges 11
will form at 0:30 at the Odd Follows' l'
hall, corner of Cbaplino and iwelftli lj
stroets, and will move promptly at tho 1j
hour named, under command of Chief
Marshal Godfroy Scbul, assisted by a
numerous and brilliant atatf, over tho
following route: *
Chaplino to Twolfth. on Twelfth to J
Market, on. Market to Teatb, on Tenth i?
to Main, on Main to Twenty-fourth. on P
Twenty-fourth to Chapline, on Chaplin? a
to Twentieth, on Twentieth to Markot, P
on Market to Sixteenth, and out Six- a
toenth to tho motor offico, where they b
will tako tho 12 o'clock motor for tlio a
park. b
Last evening Chief McNichol, of tho h
city police department, detailed the P
following oliicera to head the Odd Foi- *
lows' parade: Lieut. Lukina and Officers ?
liaborlleld, Portor, Dautn, Uonavin, si
Itliukeuioyor, O'iirien. Beforo 12 o'clock a
the parade will have boon concluded o:
and tho paradora and their friends,
together with tho public generally
tliat will tako in tho entertainment,will T
leave for tho Wheeling park on apocial w
Elm Grovo motor trains.
Tho programme to bo given at the fi
afternoon performance ia a very flue t(
0110 aud an oqually good one will bo pro- tl
Bonted nt tho evoning porformauce. P
Tho afternoon programme ia aa follows:
Overturo .^..........-Tltus R
Mozart Club. B
Viola Solo, Farewell Strcctzc-Mlllard
.Mr. Itlchnrd Stool/cr.
Soqr. Aria from Frotecbutt......... Weber d
Miss Cecilia Brooms.
fa LaToupic ......Gillett
4-J b Loves Drcnin After tbo Ball OzlbnlLa
(.c Veulclan Sereuado Bee ley
Mozart Club.
Red tut Ion .. Selected
Mile. Zoo Do viello. u
Vlol-du Gamba. Solo DcWltt
Mr. Mario lilodeck.
Souk. Happy Days, with Viola d'Armour
ObllKattu Sirelelzkl
Miss Cecilia Breams.
Violin Solo, Convert do Ma/urlca Musin
Mr. Utto Lund.
(n Cornet Solo, Fantasia liduUvoiss')
- b Solu ou tbo Koman Triumphal Vllouch. '
1 Trumpet. J
Herr Theodore Houch.
Duett for Soprano and Contralto GreU
Miss Cecilia Braeius and Mile. Zoo DoVlello.
Immediately uftor the matinee porformauce
tho Odd Follows have made D
arrangements for several special motor
trains, that will bo in readiness at tho v,
- i...ii ?.i.o n?. I r
jmi IV I" UKIIK v?v? ~ t?..w ..."
tend the performance, who desire to re?
turn. In addition Lo the musical attractions
at tiiu cunino, a number of additional
attractions have been provided afc ?
tho park, which will no doubt be liber- ~
ally patronized.
'i'iio Mozart club ia expcctod to arrive 7
at an early hour this morning from tho ^
east.
Tho afternoon porformanco will bo p
started immediately on tho urrival of *
tho 2 o'clock motor train und the evening
porformunco on the arrival of tho 8
o'clock motor.
ATTEND StTtibncUor'fl Opening to?dny. Si
mm
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>tL 6L r
ng m;
iblic and the customers
lsed the stock of the al
or on
NG IN THE HOUSEK1
DVES, BEDDING, Wir
PRICES ON I
h]
1300 J&A.THT
CLOTHING AND FURNISH ING9-K RAUS BROS. j
KRAUS BROS.
HAD ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.
l Will Known m4 llalurrd Tooog Lady
Tries Co Take hmr own Life.
Tht town ef Pisdcost, Belmont eoony,
Ohio, and surrounding community
rere thrown into a atate ol intente exlt?m<nt
Friday, by Che newa of an atempt
at auicide by Uita Etta Caab. a
landaome and accompliihed younj lady
boot thirty-five year* of age, belonging
0 one of tbe moat prominent famlliea
1 Belmont county. The story aa told
o a reporter of tbe Intellio cvcsk ia
hat on fuesday night a seek ago, Miss
.'aah, after retiring, got up and droaaed
nd slipped out of the bou-e unnoticed.
In tbe following morning licr clothes
lore found in her room by her aiater,
rho noticed they were aoaked with innd
nd water, and* on being questioned
Ilia Caali told tbe family that >he had
tlemuted auicid* liv drowuing In Still
rater crook, She added that she bail
ornwitted a terrible crirno and mint
iow A watch was kept over her by the
araily, who wore surprised at her
trunvo hallucination.
Friday morning her father wont to
er door and told hor to get up and
ralk around, as it wan mch a bright,
heerful morning it would make her
oel better. She made no reply, and tho
aiher went away to his work on the
arm. Not long afterwards her sister,
Ida, went to her room, and oa en taring
raR shocked to see hor sister lying in
ieu with a torriblo gash across her
hroatand blooding profusely. An
larm was sounded and medical aid
umtnoned. It wa? found that no
rteries nor her windpipe hud boen sovred
and that there was a very slight
opo of her life. Her wound was careally.
dressed, but sho made violent attempts
to tear the bandage* ofl, saying
hat eho must aud would die. A sharp
azor was found in hor bed, with which
ho had made the cut. No possible
eason ciui bo assigned for tho rash act.
ho was a member of tho M. E. church
nd a do voted Christian, wat respected
nd loved by all who know hor, and hor
Grange action has causod much sorrpw.
ill are puzzled and entirely unable to
usign any cauao except mental oberraion.
When last hoard from she was
,'ing in a vory critical condition, with
ut slight hopes of recovery.
"The Koiiclui; aiuntof."
The charmlnsr comic opera, "Tho
'encing Master," will bo the Opera
louso attraction Friday evening. it id
i said to bo tho only comic opora com*
any in America in which tho entire
tago production is carriod by tho coraany.
The Vonico of poetry, history
nd romnuce is splendidly delineated
y tho accessories of costuming music
nd tho magic art of the painter's
rush, tho sceno of tho opera boing laid
i the city of tho Adriatic, in the early
art of the fifteenth century, "l'ho
encioj? Master" will ho one of tho
lost important engagements of tho
joson and will no doubt bo grooted by
full house, Reserved seats aro now
n salo at C. A. House's music store.
Tlio Modern Mount?
hrives on good food and sunshine,
ith plenty of oxerciso in tho open air.
ler form glows with health and her
ice blooms with its beauty. If hor sysjm
tieoda tho cleansing action of a laxave
remedy, alio U9cs tho sentlo aud
leasant liquid laxative Syrup of Figs.
UIC-K'S Ojnmln;; Thurttduy ?ud Friday,
optmnbor 37 ami as,
DON'T frill to attend tho Futl and Winter
l.stilny of Fin? Millinery on Friday, ;it
C. II. AllKHCItO U11F.E it CO.'ri,
1007 Motatilrcot.
Twenty can play the now game ofall
utile board" as well as one. Try it
t tho Alusee. Mw?ts
DIED.
.ORRIS?On Wednesday, September M, 18IM. at
4:? n. in.. John \V., iufuut ttou o? Frank uud
Terrcssa It. Morris, aged 4 mouths and 11
days.
unoral services at thn restdenoo of his parents,
on Mud street. Thursday afternoon at .1:3U
o'clock. Friends of the family respectfully
invited to attend. Interment privato at
Peninsular Cemetery.
OWNS?On Monday, September 24, 1891. at 12
o'clnrk, midnlsht, JoilN IL Downs, Sit. lu
his 76th year.
unerul services at tho family rcMdenco, 114
Fifteenth street, on Thursday afternoon at 2
n'nlorlr. Friends of the famllv rosneetfullv
invited to attend. Interment privnto nt
Greenwood Cemetery. Please omit llowere.
UNDERTAKING.
puis BERTSCHY, ?
(KOIlMHRLT OK FRKW A nnilTSCItV),
uneral Director and
Arterial' Embalmer,
1110 Rfa!n Strnnt* K:i?t Hide.
Calls by tolcphono answered day or night,
are telophouo, residence, 506. upi?7
>ATIOT
Jtalme:
of the Wheeling Ins
bove named company
I EAS>
= EPING LINE will fit
vlDOW SHADES, etc
EASY PAYM
STBEET.
| No other houso doos, ever did. | EEABl-TO-flfcAR
j or ever will. ,o.. .ueh ster.ln, t ? f.lnfhiTljf ^
4 Qualities at such low orloss ^ vlULilllig
UP-TO-DATE STYLES.'
Fall Suits^r
Overcoats,
In the Newest tint Nobbiest Weaves. The acme of perfection and
worthy rivals of the productions of the best merchant tailors. Our
Suits and Overcoats, with which we make a strong bid for the patronage
of stylish dressers, almost seem to beseech us by their mute beauty
to talk about them, to praise them, to invite you to see them. Not an
Up-To-Date Style missing in our truly wonderful stock. The choicest
selections of home and foreign manufacturers.
KRAUS BROS,.
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, I31'J MARKET ST.
?a-fiTuirrr.Y one thick .
QUEEN SWA RE^ WALL PAPERS AND BORDERS.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO. IT; JOS. GRAVES, Si
________________ DKAL&K I.H
We have replenished our stock WallPaperandBorders,
with new DECORATED DIN- BLANK BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
NEK WARE and TOILET BABY CARRIAGES, Eto.
SETS. Call and see them and
Largest stock and greatEet
Prices" est variety in the city.
SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
JOHN FRIEDEL 4 CO. ? ?,
CLOTHINGfiMP FURNISHINCS-O. GUNDLIN3 &. CO.
THE ^ #
STRONG #
POINTS #
About our Clothing are as follows :
1. A perfect fit is guaranteed.
2. Every garment is made to the most modern
ideas.
j, The goods are the best that dollars can buy
and built by manufacturers of national repreputation.
4. The trimmings are all of the best?they back
up the cloth.
j. The prices are as low as any man can make
them and pay his creditors one hundred
cents on the dollar.
T\ n TT-RTTN T TTVT/^
V. UUINULilNli,
<Sc CO.,
Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 Twelfth Street.
roF STORES!
klANN . j
NT COMPANY.
talment Company, 1136 to 1142
r and will proceed to sell the same
' PAYMENTS.
id this a'rare opportunity to buy
at
ents
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