MALE WEARING APPAREl-M. GUTMAN A CO.
IP ' ' IS TflEEASYCHAIR
economy op old age?
And one way to practice it is to use the broad and well beaten
path that Wad you t0 our mammoth store, when you're needing
-^BALE WEARING APPAREL.
We to-day maintain the position we've held for thirty
years in tnis city, that ij, 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 !
What Can We Do For You ? .
f GDTHAH ?to,?
Six Floors,?Twelfth and Main Sis.,?Retail Department.
QUILTS-GEO. E. STIFEL &. CO, *
- iw /"\ ATT"\ A XT iO OASES
MUINIJAI WHITE CROGBET AND MARSEILLES
WILL NOT BE
GIVEN AWAY ?
lint will bo sold nt snclt a low price that anyone who soe? them
will bo Huro to take ono or morn with them. They're not second*
or soiled. They aro perfect in manufacture and brieiit
IJero's tho pricos. Seo the quilta and judge for yourself:
Good full size Crochet Quilts at . . 59c each.
Fine full size Crochet Quilts at . . . 98c cach.
Extra, full size Crochet Quilts at , . $1 35 each.
Special, full size Crochet Quilts ut . . 1 48 cach.
Elogant Marseilles Quilts at . . . 1 OS each.
Elegant Marseilles Quilts at . . 2 48 each.
Lest Marseilles Quilts at . . . . 3 75 each.
This is an opportunity to save monoy. DON'T MISS IT.
Aw r\ T-*
^STIFEL & CO.
t CURES g B mam HEALS *
\ Colic, 1% ft V S ? Cuts, \
i Cramp3, fifaa u | B Burns, i
A Diarrhce? ? u ? a & Bruises, ?
d Flux, B a \.l? a Scratches, s
* Cholera __ Bites of 4
f Morbus, flrT| Animals and f
# Nausea. B | ILp if 9J Bugs, etc. *
\ Changes of S S m 10 B B Tastes Good, i
5 Water, etc. S M 8 M B \J Smells Good. \
? BREAKS UP A COLD. i
1 Solo E?cKrwmc-25cm 50c Pen Bottle. Ho Relief, No Pat. ?
I HERB MEDICINE CO. (Formerly ol Weilon, W. VaJ SPRINGFIELD. O. 1
HOUSE h HERRHA
1COO MAIN STnEEl
"The Campbells Ara Oomlnsr"
the Cry of the Democracy.
OHIO'S EX-aOYERNOR TO SPE
In Wheeling Tuesday Night?It
Authoritatively Stated That The
Will Bo No "Refreshment" ai
"Cracking Good Prize Fight" A
Janets? Ropahlloau Meetings flu t!
Filth and Sixth Wards This Ere
The politic*] campaign is now on
tamest and until the sixth of ne
month one political melting will folic
another in qnick succession. T
Nomocracy, observing the strong ci
rent of political feeling that is da
drawing from it* strength, has felt a
ed upon to bring in one of its shin!
I < I. > ? Sn lha nt Pr.flnO.iffl
James E. Campbell, of Ohio, who ?
address the unterrlfiod at the Op<
Ilouse Tuesday evening. An effort u
bo made to rnako this tbe biggest me
ing of the campaign on tbe side of t
Democracy, although it is givon c
that there will be no "refreshment
this time nor will the attraction of
cracking good prize light" bo consid
od necessary?much to tho dtaappoii
rnontof the local people who are at
ious to witness this innovation in c<
ducting a political campaign.
While tho Democrats are exerti
themselves in vain to get tho people
attond their raoetings, the Kopublicn
uro everywhere getting largo audienc
and former Democrats are like t
autumn leaves, with every frost falli
Into tho KepubJican column. Repul
can meetings announced for this wo
are as follows: Monday evening H<
N. E. Whitakor and Mr. Beatly Jor
will address a meeting at K. G. E. hi
in tho Fifth ward, on Maricot stre
Immediately aftor the Fifth ward me
ing, Mr. Whitsker will address t
regular meeting of the Sixth wt
Republican club at tho hall
Chapline street. Both these me
ings promise to bo largely attend'
Thursday evening Mr. Whital
and Mr. S. G. Smith will speak
fore the First ward KopuDncun en
and on Friday evening Messrs Whital
and Alox. K. Osmpbell will be the a
toricul attractions at tho meeting of I
Republicans of tbe Eighth ward. T
tatter mooting will occur at a ball tl
will bo announcod later.
COLl) IN HRVWOOD.
General Alfred Caldwell Frill* to 11/pi
tlze 111m Audience.
A much advertised mooting of t
unterrified was bold in fienwood Sat
day ovening, tbe oratorical attractic
being Geuoral Alfred Caldwell a
Colonol W. W. Arnett. Tbe attendar
waa slim?not ovor one hundred peop
could bo induced to coino out and list
10 the bolow zero eloquonce of tho t
representatives of Onio county Den
cracy. Down in Marshall they ma
one fatal mistake?in not following t
example of thoir original brethren
in Wheeling, wlioro with tho aid ol
small portion of tho aonatorial barr
sandwlchou and beer without limit, pre
an attraction that invariably insures
advanco a crowd of respectable prop
tions. Where "refreshments" doi
prove a drawing card of sutlicient
traction, Mr. Howard might bring
ono of his pugili9tio pairs from the
torior; then tho house would be filled
Mr. Caldwell spoke (or over an hoi
Each minute that ho snoko brouo
about a change in the size ol tbe au
enco, and a* Col. -Arnett saw en
weary pilgrim' at tho shrine of Doin
raoy shuflle himself out, ho forgot e\
that thero wero sticks that need
whittling. When tbe sixtieth mini
and the sixtieth pilgrim had gono t
ox-attornev-cenoral retired. Tho co
nel, however, bad lost all the spirit tl
the occasion and tho forty remain
auditors demanded, and as tho Regis
so tersely puts it, "Colonel Arnett spc
briefly." llow briefly, perhaps l
Resistor does not know. Throe sf
second watches wben.comparod put
at 59 4-5 seconds.
MR. COXIFF TALKS
And then the Dojrn Urlulc Democratic Fi
At Wostwood's hall Saturday ni$
John J. Ooniff mado a Democro
speech. Actual count showod soven
Ave peoplo preaont, and of these ei?
\t?~' JL :&
Heo Tlio ltcRinU'r, Now* nml Wval ^
Itpt peacefullv nntil they beard the
familiar sound of the millet oa the
spigot, after the speech vu over, and
the beer was being tipped. They slepl
I?- no more aatil after the last drop had
been drained from the barrel. There
*u no prixe flgbt, probably became it
waa thought the beer waa enoiurb. The
v management bad been to modest, bow
lilt ever. In announcing oven the free beer,
that the ball waa only about a thirJ
, fall. Some of the auditors when they
left were more than that
ire Mr. Conifl waa lotrodnced by Mr.
U1 Hermao Bents, and cbewed over the
old tariff cheatnnta la a amootb and
" graceful way, and received applause al
he "stated intervals," heartiest at tlio
clots, when the beer was due.
Yeatarday't Issueof a Wheeling paper
contains an item beaded "Populists
in Over the River," saying tbat they have
,xt been active during tbo past week and
tbat on last Thursday night they held
a big meeting at Union Miners' halL
"* The fact is tbat the Populist meetings
ir- one montb ago wera tolerably well atllv
tended, but the attendance has been
n decreasing so that at mmo of their
tneutlugs held recently the attendance
n3 has dwindled down to half a d?z<n nn>l
or at lliursday night's meeting only about
riH one doisn wero present. Tho iiepub
sra ,icbnb oro lohvluif tud i u^iuugir nuu h~ing
back into their old party, while
,l" sorao Domocrsts who read and think
ot* have become bo disgusted with Deuiocho
racy that they cannot longer vote tbo
. tlckot ami cannot voto the Republican
M ticket notwithstanding that they beliove
I* in Republican ideas and policy. Hun'
a droda of this clasa are drifting into the
^rv Populist party.
NEW HYMVS FOft HA.RII TIMES.
Uow TIiosh Who Weut Astray Sniff Their
l0 To the Editor of the ln'ethgenctT.
ins Sir:?The other ovoning I hoard a
ob, man mournfully ainging on hid way
',0 from his work, "awoot bird, aweet proaHi*,
pects, sweet flowers, have lost all thoir
ek awoetnesa to me." In view of the fast
)" that something lesa than two years ago
>011 the singer hiranelf listened to tl?e siren
voice of the Democratic liar and out of
ot. the dentlis of his prejudices and not of
ct- his judgment, loft the party of proaperhe
ity to try that ot reaction and ruin, I
ird thought mo of a parody which this ainon
jjor of the night was evidently reaching
ot- out to grasp, and in the distance as ho
ad. pasaodou I hoard or thought 1 heard;
ter "Froo trado, for wool and free ore, have
be- lost all their sweetness to ma" This
ib, doleful tano and the ominous words are
cer doubtless ringing in the ears of ono half
ra- of the men of America to-Jay, ana robe
ponting of the folly and delusion into
l?o which they trave boen led, they are
iat mentally Haying, ''IIow tedious and
tasteless the howl," and aro longing for
the day whon they will have a chance
to whack the head of the freo trade
10. which in their ignorance they helped
to auramoti. gu.il
ho M heeling, October 7.
n d ElLahfth, Harrison Co* tnd.
IPA Vr"""",-Sv At tl,c aff? of
/ i\ years I becamo alDictcd
do \\ with "Ilip-Joint Dis|
V\ j on bo." For a year I suren
L. ?^ V \/ fcrod as much as it was
wo pr ** Lid pose'hlo for a human boI
fj InK to suffer. My phv,
\ u siclana told me I would
ko si h3 10 wa,t patiently,
he v" JI ^ut fnthcr procured
K -SX mo gome or Dr. Piorce's
.UP Golden Modical Discovi
a v^/nXzU// \v cry, and I found my failo]
l\Y ~~jy J \ ingr health restored.
' l\\// I I I con chccrfully say
I Yl/ / that I bellet'o I owo ray
in Ufo to tho use of that
or. valuable medicine.
2.t Your true Mood. EDWARD J. HUSH.
la PIERCE ? CUKE
la" on MONEY 11 HErPWBEP.
a scrofulous Eta to of tho system is tho
;ht primal causo of HJp-ioinfc Disease. Dr.
di- Fioroo's Golden Modical Discovery has curcd
ic^ thousands of cases of 8crofula. In Skin
or. Duwisoa, all Scrofulous Son* and Swellings,
>on it's the only cruaranfrcd blood-purifier.
0 ^?*? * '?* will molrn mn fnf
.Milli a wrunui 010 ?
3t0 and atrone. Try it.
ilo- C. HERS Si SON'S oak you to try their
rrnt celebrated X5? Cotton. Merino and Natural
Wool Half Homo and bo convinced tliat
lnK they nro the best in Hi? market.
ko There Is nothinR bottor than a nlco
;'1Q glass of Smith's Cronm A)o.
reo (FOIOCKKLT OF FREW A D8BT8CHY),
Faueral Director and
7 Arterial Embalmer,
11 in Main Street. Kant Sltle.
ty* CftllH by tolophotio nnswored <lny or nlsht.
gilt 8loro tclophoiio, 6J5; residence, 500. m>->7
irRmlu StiiolH Zeituiiff for IIiiiruIur hi Oilier tlo
CLOTHING AND FURN
f No other house does, over did. \
f or ever will, sell sAch sterling I
i qualities at such low Drtoos as j
1 wo auote. I
with our clothi
way their want
We are show
the best mamii
selling them at I
sell their old an
frr-\ a f in
CLOTHIERS AND F0RNI1HE
WATUICTLY ONE I'lUCB .
QU SEN SWA RE.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO.
We have replenished our stock
with new DECORATED DINNER
WARE and TOILET
SETS. Call and see them and
TMIM nPTUMI J?r f!fl
uumi nuui/juii u vju.
CLOTHING AIMD FURNISH
I m ? !
? Considerably in nppoarfi
That's untaral and unavo:
continue to woar them, is
be for tbo Blues to lose tl
to refuse an oflor of domes
i lino on all the late fashio
Men's Overcoats we sho'
Theso garment* are dcsl
favorites. We have them ii
very nobby and are tho aci
You may be bard to pi
tho kind of customers wo
satisfy them. Wo kno
tisemont for us, for they i
i.??? n?nn etf dnino thino
iiupp/ ? ?
Then another item UD.
on the labol, oen-od iu tl
Tailor-Made Clothes raoai
THE STAR CL
sdl week we
Same as c
; to Mnrliot
TOf our success lies in the
fact that we serve each
They are satisfied and pleased
nsj, with our prices, with the
s are supplied at our store,
/ins the latest productions of
\icturers in the country, and
ower prices than other dealers
d unfashionable goods.
;R3, 1319 MARKET STREET.
WALL PAPERS AND BORDERS.
JOS. GRAVES, St
BABY CARRIAGES, Eta
Largest stock and greatest
variety in the city.
SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICE],
26 TWELFTH STUEET.
IINC3-D. QUNOLINCJ 4 CO.
HAVE FALLEN OFF
inco ainco they woro now.
idablo, but that yoa should
i as inexcusable aa it would
10 pennant, or an old maid
tic bliss. "Til? STAB" is in
n8 in Men's, Boys' and
Amon^ tho loaders for
v u'lhc Poole tfc PaddocL"\
:ined to becomo very proat
1 diflercnt colors. Tlieyloolc
inoof awoli drosainz.
nnnn in C16thin?. That ia
want. Wo take pains to
vj they are a eood advornvanubly
toll others of our
GUNDLING & CO.,"
ie neck of our guarauteed
is something moro than an
36 Twelfth Streets. |
8, Carpets, Stoves,
thing in the line of
on this space. Every
? will illustrate some
we will place on sale a
m co? j
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