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MALE WEARING APPAREL?M. POTMAN A CO.
ip IS THE EAST CHAIR bconomy of old agbi And one way to practice it is to use the broad and well beaten pith that lead you to our mammoth store, when you're needing anything in -p^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 What Can We Do For You ? | GUTMAN & CO.,? Six Floors,?Twelfth and Main Sts.,?Retail Department. KID GLOVES-GEO. E. STIFEL \ CO. _ SATURDAY l/in PECIAL_^ 1\ GLOVES! Ladies and Misses;? We have a lot of fo dozen Black and Colored Kid Gloves, popular brand, made to retail at $i 2? per pair. The entire lot will be sold to-day at the low price of 79c per pair! There's a full line of sizes, but you will have to get in early to be sure your size is not picked up. f"*EQ. E. J . cnricci kT on U 1 11 i^JU V/V/i mbo^tCQBSET SUPERB FRENCH MODEL. The ideal for slender figures? splendid support for fuller figures. Boning never works through the bindine?never breaks?never rolls up. Jf'j'lllifk No brass eyelets to stain garments \ | jjk Sold by ALL RETAILERS, who will refund the money If not -<P satisfactory after three weeks wear. ^ nn9irh.w SMfe^^LOSHIGOR .<jfc\v>s7^ !*<>? dlacorery. Will brieo too opln ft w??k. SoM with WfUTTRN 'jfcwMnltf irB?V?rln>raPARA1<'! gR tQ Cnr* ffrtoas Debility, 1,cm of Sexual Power in elthenex, 2 t ^.'^ygCMm Involuntary Kmlulona from umiiio, If neglected, aucb trouble? lead l? ^Ketort nidTnTrijTin^^ conanmptlon or Infinity, ll.oo p?r box by mall, 6 boxea for $5. With ererr $* uvioie aua Aiitr uatng. ord<,r Wlt Biffl Wfitt?n guarantee to cur* or refund the money. Addreaa I'EAL MEDICINE CO., tfttraiand, Ohio. Bold by CHAR a OOETZB, Saccoswc lo M0UI11 Bros., Twelfth and MarketStrwtt. noM HOUSE & HERRfflA lOOO MAIN STHB331 1 ________________________________________ :| STIRRING ORATORY " Heard at Warman A. 11 EL Chapel Last Evening ON THE FOREIGN MISSIONS. A Native of the Kaffir Tribe and Two Natives nt tbo West Indian Island* Mako Eloquent Addresses For the Cause?A Large Audience Present. A Blisslonary Prom the West Coast of Africa Speaks of Her Experiences?Tho Proceedings ol Che Conferoitoe. ine meeting iaas evening at itmjojbu chapel waa devoted entirely to the foreign missionary interestaof the African Methodist Episcopal cbarch, the Pittsburgh conference of which denominational body ii now in aeaiion In thia city. Seldom baa there been a more earnest gathering of tblf natnre In Wheeling, and nevar waa tbe came more eloquently advocated. The hesitating apeech of tbe native African of tbe Kafir tribe, who spoke from experience, and who came to thia conntrv for the purpoae of educating himself lor the work of carrying the measage of tbe ' gospel to bis own people, coupled with ; tbe polished eloquence of Dr. Herrlck, tbe aecretary of the Foreign MIsalODary Society of the A. M. E. church, and himself a native of the West Indies, waa an object lesson rarely seen on'any platform In this country. The auditorium of the church.was densely packed with a sympathetic au. dienco when Bishop Arnott opened the services. The first speaker of the evening introduced was Mm. May Smith, a native of Sweden and a missionary of tbe Methodist Episcopal church, who has been laboring in the west coast of Africa field, which has proipered so well under the ministration* of tlie eel' ebrated Bishop Taylor. She is a widow, ! having accotnpauied her husband to this country, where lie died. Sho is I well educated and is a bright and inter' eeting talker. She plead more especially for the womon of that land where o man can have as many wives as ho wants for $30 a piece, a land where the wile is the worker and the husband the loafer. Sho said that the greatest obstacle the missionaries had 10 combat with in that land was the rum traffic, but of late years this had been overcome to a certain extent owing to the influence exI orted by tho missionaries. Her re marks were frequently punctuatoa wita her witticisms uud the hearty applause of tho audience. The most interesting figure that appeared on tho platform was Moyzo P. Sakie, a native African of the Kaffir tribe. Ho had received some education from tho missionaries in that land and had come to this country with a troupe of singers. Through the instrumentality of Bishop Arnett, and bis own deej) desire, he has entered Wilberforco University, where he is known as Daniel Payne, being named after tho late bish; op, and adopted by tho Northern Ohio conference. Ho is a fine looking, intelligent young man, and,though he spoke vory brokenly on account of his present difficulty with English idioms ho succeeded in making himself understood. He also spoke of the terrible oflect of the rum traffic on his people, which he said amountod to $5,030,000 in Borne weeks. He sang a song in English and repeated the Lord's prayer and read a portion of the scriptures in tho Kaffir tongue. Tho next spoaker was Rev. Stephens, a native of Kingston, Jamaica, who gave a good description of the condition of the natives of that country, and inado a strong plea for the further spread of the gospel, not only in that but in all other countrios where the African is without the word of God. Tho last spoaker was Dr. Derrick, a nativo of Antigua, of tho West Indian islands, the homo of iMothodism in America. Dr. Derrick is the secretary of the foreign missionary society, and in a most eloquent and thrilling manner did ho portray the civilizing influences of tho gospel in every land where it lind hoon carried. lie held his hearers in rapt attention from his opening to his close, his fervent oratory almost carrying his hearers otl their foot. A collection was then takon up for the cause of African missions, and a very liberal rosponpo was made. President Mitchell, of Wilborforcp NN and 1 Neo Tlie ltrgfafrr, Nairn tint) Writ Vlrg University, will (pack tbla evening 00 the education of tt>? colored 7oath. OO.NPEHKNCK PROOKKDINCa Th? Boallar o( 1U D?J'? '* r*-8om? Chnrak ttstlMKs. The conference opened yesterday moraine with devotional exercise*. led b.r Be*. T. X. Bow, and with prayer by Kev.John Dickeraon, of tbo North Ohio conference. Biabop Arnett inatrocted the aecretary to place tbe name of Jeaae Wallaoe, a etudent of Wilberforce University, on the conference roll. Eev. Dr. Armatrooz, secretary of the floanclal department of tbe charcb, wae Introduced to the conference. Eev. Dr. Bicklpy, pa>tor of the Thom(on M. E. churcb, Island, and an old friend of tiiabop Arnett, waa introduced and addressed tbe conference briefly. Prof. J. G. Mitchell, dean of Payne Theological seminary, apolce in the in* tenets of tbat institution. He ?aid tbe UOUfc BQOUDIOU VO COW, ?u'? ?U?" Rested that the Pittsburgh conference hold a rally for the beneQt of the school. The matter was r a (or red to the committee on appropriation!. Dr. J. II. Armstrong, the financial secretary of the A. M. E. church, whose headquarters are at Washington, D. C., was then called on for his report which was quite a lengthy one. Tho grand total of receipU from the annual conferences amounted to $44,341 85, disbursements $13,202,21, leaving a balanco of $1,139 04. The receiDts from the Pittsburgh conference were $850 77. He recommended the adoption of the dollar system, and. if noceisarv, to collect on the installment plan. Ilov. Dr. Iiikur, of tho Fourth Street M. E. church, and Rev. C. P. Harrington, of the North Ohio conference, were introduced. The report of tho committee on Bible cause, stating that 10,000 volumes had been circulated, was oresonted and referred. A vote of thanks was tondered Dr. I Chaffar for the part ho has taken in conference worlc The name of T. J. Simmons recommended for elder was referred on accountof some irregularity in the recommendation. The namos of G. W. Webster and Charles Garner, recommended to sustain the relations of local deacons, were referred. TJ.? Af ?t>? irtrn miHnn nn tflm. perance raisod quito a breeze over norao technical points, which wore Anally smoothed out and the report adopted. THROW IT AWAY. There's no longer any need of / wearing clumsy, JK8ar~ clinflng Trusses, which give only partial relief at best, never cure, but often i Mfl|f inflict great injur}*, inducing iiiilnmmation. strangulation tQ and death. If HFI?"NTA (Brooch), or ny m Ilililtli lii Rupture. no ff matter of bow long standing, ? or of what sire, is promptly and permanently cured without tho knife and without pain. Another Triumph In Coniervatlvs Surgery Is tho euro, of rrnunpa Ovarian, Fibroid and other i UMl/ilO, varieties, without tho periis of cutting operations. PILE TUMORS, teSBJHS diseases of the lower bowel, promptly cured without pain or ro6ort to tho knife. QTHMT? In the Bladder, no matter how D 1 vil Hi large, is crushed, pulverized, and washed out. thus avoiding cutting. STRICTURE a so remwecTwitliout cutting. Abundant References, and Pamphlets, on above diseases, sent sealed, in plalu envelope. 10 cts. (stamps). World's Dispku eauy Medical association, Buffalo, N. Y. tit Oar Domestic Department you will IP| alwny* find choice goodn nt bottom prim*. 1,000 yard* Ilertt Munllu lit 4>io. II KI M Kit's, Eleventh Street. Ligiit Weight'Jackets owflfllf J6 Tft and Capes from $105 ap. a DON'T mis* tho Great Sale of Undnrwear tv-day at I- S. GOOD & CO. TTIQIfT EmshelmerN Clonk Department V I mI I to-day for Itnrgalng. 11UA1 U. EMSlIEltfElt, Eleventh St. r? ucfia envs ??u ton to tr? tholr celebrated USe Cottoo, Merino nn?l Natural Wool Half Hoho anil bo convinced that they aro the bent In tlie market. DIKD. KRAFT?On Fridny evening. October 5, 18W, at &48 o'clock. Maiiy I'm Craft. Funeral notice herenftor. UNDERTAKING. lOOIS BERTSCHY, (FORMERLY OH FREW * BRRTSCUV). Funeral Director and Arterial Embalmer, lllfl 3Tnln Street. Kant Slrto. CallB by tolcphono answered day or nlglU. Store toluphouo, C35; residence, 50(1 ap-7 ii? 11(36 inln Slant* /elluug for Hnrgnlnn In Otlior Clue< CLOTHING ANDFURNI3 -%.> f No other house dOH. overdid. ^ f or ever will, eell tuoh sterling t A quantise et such low prloee as ^ ^ WO QUOtO- j Every man in town wl ronizing the custom sh Handsome and Fashion Winter most of the tailc business. None of finer, better fitting or m prices are about 40 to So it is with our line of Complete in the city, an for yourself. KRAUS 1319 MHRICE MHTBICTLV ONE PUICB . QUEENSWARE. 1 JOHN FRIEDEL & CO. We have replenished our stock with new DECORATED DIN; NER WARE and TOILET SETS. Call and see them and get prices. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO. CLOTHING AND FURNISHI r> Your Clothes 1 ? #|| ) Considerably in appoaranc That's natural aud unavoida UUUtlllUU lu nuut kiiuui, .? ?. bo for tho Bluos to loso the to refuse an odor of domestic line on all the late fashions Children's Clothes. Men's Ovorcoats we show These garments are destim favorites We have them in d very nobby and aro tho acrne You may be hard to pleas the kind of cuitomcra wo wn satisfy thotn. Wo know tisoment for us, for they invi happy way of doing things. Then another itom f,D. G on tho label, sewod in tho Tailor-Made Clothos raoane t uruuuiuuw THE STAR CL01 34 and 36 o -4 | F in 1 ? Furniture, f i Or anyth JHOUSEFU i your eye 01 s^sL week we Ball Rare T71"" : This week w Wm Har Pi Bee Wm Suit Same as cui c--?h Crodit I X INSTALI / to 1142 Marls.ot S Id. mngs-kbaus bros. OF to has heretofore been patops could see our stock of able Garments for Fall and >rs would have to get out of them produce any richer, ore stylish Clothes, and our jo per cent less than theirs. Furnishings. It's the most d as for prices, come and see J-JilVJO., 2T STREET, WALL_PAPERS AND BORDERS. I? JOS. GRABS, .T. irCAtCB IX WallPaperaniBorflers, BLANK BOOKS. STATIONERY, BABY CARRIAGES, Eta Laraest stock and area!* est variety In the city. SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICE! 26 TWELFTH STKERT. IC3-P. GUNDLINS \ CO. AVE FALLEN OFF ? 0 ainco thoy woro now. bio, but that you should 1 inexcusable as it would pennant, or an old maid bliss. "THE ST AH" is in in Men's, 3oys' and Among the leader* for Poole & J'adtlock." sd to become very great , illerent colors. Thoy look of swell dressing. 0 in Clothing. That is int. Wo take pains to they are a good advoririably tell oihors of oar UNDL/NG& CO.," nock of our guaranteed something more than an )?9? hint; house, Twolfth Streets. ^vant of Carpets, Stoves, ling in the line of RNISHINGS, keep 1 this space. Every will illustrate some Bargains! e will place on sale a d Wood i Room -j t, at 6 7 ^ I c"h ? / n?J I Credit I ENT CO, Itroot. vj -V;