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FOB THIRTY YEARS?M. GUTMAN A. CO.
For 3o Years We have been studying the Clothing business and it has taught us how to buy. We always - get the worth of our money, so we can always give you the worth of yours. Many an honest dealer has to charge more than we do, because he paid too much himself. Ignorance is less provoking than dishonesty, but it costs you just as much. Need we point the MORAL? When you come to us you get the BENEFIT OF WHAT WE KNOW. Our stock, as usual, this season surpasses any other clothing stock in the state for variety, quality and &uantjty. ^ M (iUTMAJH fi Ul),? ' Six Floors,?'Twelfth and Main Sts.,?Retail Department. F URS A N D W R APS?G EO .J.. STIFEL A. CO. YOU MISSED 1 .?-?IF YOU DID NOT GET TO ODR OPENING LAST WEEK!1 TJho display of FINE FUR GARMENTS exceeded all our previous endoavors. So were our snios vkry gkatifyino. Wo will leave this for our friends to toll vou about, but wo have ordered and recoivod duplicates of all tbe leading styles, and will offer them at the same special prices made during the opening. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AT ONCE! Wo are not only selling CURS AND CLOTH WRAPS At Way Down Prices, bat it Extends to all Departments. BLANKETS. COMFORTS. DOWN QUILTS, SILKS, VELVETS, SUITINGS. Here's a sample, (TO-DAY and until all are sold): 60 pieces Suitings, all-wool, 50 inches wide, in black, brown, 00<-\ r>t?p vnn navy, myrtle and mixtures, at. YARD OOpiecos All-Wool Serge, 40 inches wido. all colors and 00QpERYABD S@*Come in, see for yourself and save monov. Geo. e. ^STIFEL & CO. KABQbhust CORSET .AT AiinphB NfUAii unnei dvrcnn rncnun lMWBBra WWvr^nyjrwwn The ideal for slender figures? splendid support for fuller figures. Boning never works through the \W$mm binding?never breaks?never rolls up. M" No brass eyelets to stain garments and cut lacers. jffijjj&T |l|uf|m Sold by ALL RETAILERS, who will refund the money if not satisfactory after three weeks wear. auO-TTll.H "DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN SAPOLIO IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF. ^ H/V m /I A A/I nil, ^ iiore is a uuuu 111 THIS PARLOR FURN^ FOR $27.00. A > |>itioo Parlor Euito, in Polinhad Mahogany fln- Qi) Q / \ A 8 PIECES istiml fr:imo, lino and olegunt covering, for O ^ .V/V - - .. . ? . , $27?0. ' 1 T <-v /\ Mahcpajiv finish Parlor lauio witu riuiou I If I **.?.?> lor .i.UvJ CAM! Olt fr o line Pictures, gcnulno work of art for...... 3.001 EASY PAYMENTS Wo will sell you any of those Roods aopnrafo nt the prices quoted. House & Hernia 1300 MAIN STREET. ALL SETTLED TO-DAY. The Campaign hat Ended and the People are Waiting. AND WHAT SHALL THE VERDICT BE? The Democrat* Show how Dotporato They are by Their Tactloa In the Closing Battle?K very thing Look* Favorable to the Republican Cause. Tbo Last Day's Campaigning. 1 ha campaign ended yesterday. The polls will open at 6:34 this morning, and cloie at 4:50 this afternoon. No votnr iihmilfl run anv rink of havioe hifl vote ah tit oat by waiting till late tbis afternoon to rote. The earlier a ticket ii deposited in the ballot box the tarer it ia of accomplishing the voter's will. The outlook l< very favorable for the Republican cause. The desperation shown by the Democrats yeiterday was in itself a good sign. There was no trado they were not willing to oiler. Anything' a Republican wanted they would give?or at lean protniso, for a vote. Thur offered to trade the whole ticket for a vote for county com missionor, or for one of tbe Democratic nominees for any position. Of course nobody could know whether thoy delivered tbe goods, or how many different people they had traded with. And talking abont boodle, thero was no lack of it to bo used to secure a vote for the Democratic ticket, or part of it. Beer was also free to anybody wbo would give the workers a chance. It was anything for votes. The Democratic Btyle of closing the campaign was equivalent to announcing publicly: 11 Ur? milaan uin nan Klllf IIAII? "W BIO uvuicu Uiiiego nu uau UU. ;VU> FO liiM Beta were offered for political effect, which, when taken up, wero shown to bo pure blulla. In tho meantime bets otiored on the Republican side etili remain untaken. The closing meetings on the Republican aido wore the beat of tho campaign in tho communities in which they wore held, and ovory other sign pointod to the success of protection. Men known in past years aa Democrats, members of Democratic organizations, appeared as enthusiastic partisans of Uapt. Dovenor I and the entire Ropublican tickot. Unless all signs fail to-day's voto will show I a tidal wave of Republicanism, andcarry all tho candidates into tho positions for which they are running. I Voters should be on tho lookout for | roorbacks. Any chargo brought at thin lato day must be regarded as so weak that its authors or sponsors wero afraid to bring it beforo the public in time to have it donied. The Register's foolish attack on the Democrats who signed tho card endorsing Mr. Whitaker for state seuator reacted forcibly yesterday. Several of the L?emocrmic signers 01 tnai uouuumut caJJod at the Koiristor office aad exprossed their resentment at that paper's exproeaions, aad declared they would never again patronize the paper until an apology was made. Tho manager promised to prepare an article to bo submitted to tho callorsat 7 p. w? bat when they called at that hour and waitod half an hour, Mr. Taney was "not in." A largo number of voters resented this snub, moro than tboyhad resented the insult in yesterday's JRegister. Tho result will be apparent in tho roturns. Taken altogether the situation was very bright last night, from a Republican standpoint. Tho weather indications wero for a fair day to-day, and it looked as if all was woll. IT AVAS ALL ONESIDED. Xlopubtloan Mouuy Found Few Driqo. emtio. Taker* Yeitterri&jr. On the eve of election in Wheeling the betting on tho result waa not nearly so active as had been expected. At tho pool rooms this was particularly tho caso. This is explained by the fact that many who stood idly by in former years and watcorod thoir "atufi" on the roault are now foremost among tho workers on oithor side of the political fonce. What botting was dono wag pushed by those who pin their faith in Republican success to-day, and tho hopelossnes9 of the Dompnrrtic cause iB more or loss foreshadowe'dby tho unwillingness of tho Democrats to bot. Among tho lato bets was ono by a woll known Ropublican that no county | in West Virginia will show up to-day with an incroaaod Democratic majority. Tho Ropublican, of courao, got the botI terend of this wager. I At the pool room a a bot was posted as inff?Three ?u :rsh or ers' fm v ai^E '"" *11111 VI I. I -| irT" THIS niNJNfi RflflM PIIRNISI liilU 1/11U11U 1IWIU i VMIUVI A (Moot Solid Onk 'Extension Tablo, Flat loavon in a crato, (or Six Curved Back Oak Dining Room Cha bod finish, (or A Solid Oak Sideboard, with Bovolod Miri uindo, largo eizo, poliehod finish Two larjro Dining Room Picturoi lloro in an opportunity to stnrt house Wo will soil von tho outfit (or ?10 00 cash t per week on balnnco. inn, and followi: S50 that & & Smith will be elected to the hotue of delegatca. *25 that. Smith will load the Kepohlican hoaae of delegates ticket, and 123 that Smith will have 250 more votes than the lowaet man on the Democratic ticket. There were no taken lor thie. The money wu potted bjr a Main itreet baaineae man. 15ran money fix offered at tno pooi rooms that Levi P. Morton will bave 30.000 plurality over Hill, for governor of New York. Thia waa not taken. The betting on the ro?ult in the See* ond diatrict waa $100 on Wilson to $S0 on Dajton. On the reanlt in the Fir?t district the prevailing odda were $100 on Dovener to $80 on Howard. Business at the pool rooma will revive thia evening when the polla have been cloaed. In fact, no beta have yut been taken on the reanlt in the First district at the rooms. DEMOCRATS nr? prupnrlnf; roorbacks in the nhnpft of Merrt elrculura uttaektng Republican osodldAtea! Ilewnre of thorn. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. A Short SflMloa Yesterday Iterated EmIo? tvrty Co Routine IJu?lno?*. Tho roL'utar monthly meeting of the board of county commissioners, yonierUay was one of the briefest ou record. Nothing was done oat of the mere routine. Tho bonds of Tollfa^epor C. W. Driehorst, on the Wheeling and Fairmont pike, and Road Surveyor James Cresap, of the second division of the river road, woreniveu and approved. Driehorflt'u bondsman was Wilhelmina Mayor, while Creiap furbished bond, A. J. Wilson jcoinfc surety. The court house and jail committee recommended bills for payment to the amount of $1,210.80 and the fiuauce com* mitteo $1,304.24. A. A. Franzbeiai, sheriff of Ohio county was credited with returns of $22,940.07 in county orders. The poor house and farm committee made a report of bills amounting to $881.00, roads and bridges Si,070.39. Tlio county onsineer waa instructed to have the contract on the Bethany pike com* pleted. Tho board then adjournod. A VOTE for John A. Hownnl J* a rot? to carry out the free trade programme. Cleveland and Wilson nay the fight to wipe out protoution In only liogun. Thta means further agitation, more btnlneM aacertalatfnnd more reductions of wages. N. & fVood at tho Orund. Tho Grand was packod to tho doors last night to wolcoino N. S. Wood in his new pluy, "The Orphans of Now York." Mr. Wood mot with a groat reception, and never appeared hero to bettor advantage. The supporting company was first class in every particular, and tho scenery tho fiaost that has been presented hero for a long time. In tact "Tho Orphans of Now York is the strongest melo-dramatic production seen at tho Grand this season. Mr. Wood made such a hit that no doubt tho capacity of the Grand will be tested at each performance tho rest of the engagement, which is to-night, tomorrow matinoo and night, 'iho election returns will bo recolved by spocial wire and read from tho stage to-night. AT KIN LEY AND WILSON ABU0AD. In 1800 William MoKhiley was bnrned In oilier In the Ilnllah manufucturiui; city of ttlieflleld; but In 1H94 Wilhnin L. WlUon wined and dined in London bccnu<to ho 1# tho iiurhor of a free trade tariff bill. Those are slRnllicant fnot*. DIED. GRAVES?On Sunday. November 4,1s94. at 5:50 p. m.,'Joseph Gkaves. In his 63tb year. Funeral services at family residence. No. 15C Fifteenth street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho family nro respectfully luvltod to attend. Interment private at 2:45 p. m. at Greenwood Cemetery. CHANCE?On Sunday, November 4. 181)4. at 3:30 J, m.. at the residence of bor daURhter, Mrs. euulo Ramsay, No. 202 ElRhtoonth street, Maiioaret Chance, lu her 74th year. Funeral services ou Tuesday uftornoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family respectfully] Invited to attend. Interment at Penlusulor | Cemetery. UNDERTAKING. i ODIS BERTSCHY, (FOIIMKIILY OF FRKW A BEllTSCltV). Funeral Director anU Arterial Embalmer, 1110 Main Street- ISaat Side. Calls by Ujlephono answered day or night Store telcphouo, GtV, rtoldoueo, Wd. ap27 ALTER C. UUKhLL, Funeral Director and Arterial Embalmer FOR AI.KX. FUMY, 1117 31A IN ST. Prompt attoaiinn Rlvon to calls, day or niRht. Telephone?Uo?Menco, No. se 17. Slure. No. ^'41). uol Rooms Fill PHV7VYENTS iifi ... fllllfr ied for $26.50. ?du>r?, 4.50 10 pieces f(iu g.oo 13.50 c;;;1 2.50 easv payments uoonlns. .ml <1 r.l) Wheelin 1136 TO < 1 CLOTHING AND FURNI KRAUS f No other house does, ever did. f f or ever will, sell such sterling f ^ qualities at such low prices as ^ ^ we quote. j There is a V IN READY-TO-WEAR CL The majority of these garm gard to looks. Tnere are are handling a class of good: RECTSESS OF THEIR CUT a they are maJj up. They it We are also headquarter Furnishings! * KRAUS CLOTHIERS AND FURNI3HE1 BVSTRICTLY ONE PRICK. QUEENSWARE. BARGAINS! U MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. JUST OPENED, A Large Assortment of Fancy China! PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO. 1110 31AIX STKEKT. CLOTHING AND FURNISH! HA You ever heard of a i your Clothing does not parison bring it back ai YC Can spend time 7 Poor Suit does not find We reach for the best this country, such as ; surety for good service W! Will never complain ab buttons are always ci ping, ctc. We combif prudent economy. . D.Gundl Star Clothiers, 34 ar misled for 5 ariTHk Zb |\Pp THIS BED ROOM F0HNISH1 Bod Hoom Suite, consisting of (u'l",zo ^ol Inrpotlirno'drawor Drossier, with Double Ucivcloil .Mirror, and a nico comumum stand with eplaehor, all Antique Onk li woll made, for Two Solid Oak Chairs, woll finished, for.., Lady's romfnrtnblo .Sowing HocUor to mat Oak Hod Room Table, nicoly finished JO-pioco Tnilot Sot, Pocoratod fir.o China, I Ml MA UK Any article sold separate at pricoj q g Instalr 1142 MARKET SI SHINGS-KRAUS BROS. . BROS. READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING. ast Difference .O THING, as you no doubt know. enls are made up without much re- > notable exceptions, however. We > that are conspicuous lor the CORnd for the splendid taste in which lust be seen to be appreciated. s for anything pertaining to Men's BROS., IS, 1319 MARKET STREET. WALL-PAPERS AND BORDER3. JOS. GRAVES, T. DKAIJIU IS WallPaperandBorta, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, BABY CARRIAGES, Eta Largest stook and greatest variety in the city. SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICBi 20 TWELFTH STREET. :? 1 .'I NCS-0 GUNDLIN3 \ CO. .VE fairer proposition ? If please you after a comid get your money. )U ? to read this ad. \ A room on our counters. Clothing to be had in you can count on with >. Your !FE out our Clothing?that aming off, seams riple cultivated taste and 4 a Ing&Co. id_36 Twelfth_Street._ imp i . " ' -4-s.f? N 1 /M S3 i te^ksfc ~tr If g> j ID FOR $24.75. nliloBecl, 17 PIECES StreiKdli in wuif w ton "!'!;.!":! S16.7 o $24-5, ' " 2.00 CASH eh !..">() I 0R 1.50 KASY 3.ooPAVMBm noted. nent Co., rREET. -j