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FOR THIRTY VEAR3-M, GUTMAN A CO. For 3o Years We have been studying the Clothing business and it has taught us how to buy. We always /rot tho u/nrf-h nf nur mnnpv. sn we ran alu/avs 6?.l ........ -- ? J, ? J_ 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 quantity. ======== I M, GBTMAB & CO.,?? ' Six Floors,?Twelfth and Main Sts.,?Kotail Department. FURS AND WRAPS-GEO. E. STIFEL A. CO. VOU MISSED 1 IP YOD WD HOT GET TO ODR OPENING LUST WEEK! The display of FIXE FUR GARMENTS exceeded all oar previous endeavors. So wore oar sales very oratipyino. We will leave this for oar triends to tell you about, but wo liavo ordered and received duplicates of all the leadingstylei, and will offer them at tbo same special pricos made daring the opening. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AJ ONCE! We are not only soiling CURS.AND CLOTH WRAPS 1 At Way Down Prices, but it Extends to all Departments. BLANKETS. COMFORTS. DOWN QUILTS, SILKS, VELVETS, SUITINGS. Here's a sample, (TO-DAY and until all are sold): JO pieccs Saitinits, all-wool, 50inches wide, in black, brown, Oflnuro viun navy, myrtle and mixtures, at.? , C/ 00pieces All-Wool Serge, 40 inches wide, all colon and ?5q yAED |^*Come in, see for yourself and save money. EO. E; l IhtL 6C UU, KABObutt CORSET SUPERB FRENCH MODEL. The ideal for slender figures? Wj'fW splendid support for fuller figures. ^^iwLijr Boning never works through the binding?never breaks?never rolls up. jBfjJHp9L No brass eyelets to stain garments Sold by ALL RETAILERS, who will refund the money if not satisfactory after three weeks wear. - <un?^ > aii9.rrhAs "DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN SAPOLIO IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF. #Here is a Good Th THIS PARLOR FURNISHED FOR $27.00, A "t-pit-co Parlor Suite, in Polishad Mahopany (In- QQQ AA ? PIECES islied (ranio, Uno and elegant coveriDir, for O ^ \ / V/ $27 00 Mnhojrany flnijh Parlor tablo with Flutod Lee?, O AA " ' for J.UU CASH OK Two fino Pictures, Romiino work of artfor 0 00 EASY PAYMENTS We will Roll yon any of thosogooda oopnralo at the prices qnoted. House & Herrme 1300 MAIN STREET. B1GYGLE COURIERS Bring Election Returns from the Country Practocta. IT WflSTHRQUGH THE MUDDY ROADS Of Ohio County chat the Wbeelmeo Straggled, tod Their Work, Taking tbl? Into Coodderatloo, Wa? Flee. Stamp, Schofleld, Rlheldaffer aed WorU Were the Pluck/ (jaartewe Who Did the Work. The wheelmen cf Wheeling hive il* waya been at the front in teat* of ipeed and endurance that tended to demonitrate the usefulno** of the wheel, and the Ixtzluoixcu haa defer been behind in aeconding thoae effort* and encouraging them. The road race* and relay ride* brought horn* to Wbeeliog the fact* that the cycle haa ponibllitiei that were never dreamed of a few yeari back. There ia one great disadvantage under which wheelmen in America work?the almoat invariable poor quality of the highways. In the face of thii, i aod the further fact* that the recent rains have put the roads of Ohio county in an execrable condition, the performance of a quartette of local cyclers in ^gathering the election returns for the l:rrKU,ioci<cKS trom the outlying district* that could not bo reached by telephone or telegraph, was remarkable and eminently praiseworthy. In no other aport, surely, in no other country, probably, are it* devotees so enthusiastic in it* cause and ready to sacrifice pleasnre and comfort for anvi *1-1?.t- tn _.l? *1 rpus. | is true of four Wheeling wheelmen, who i yesterday volunteered to brio* in the olection returns for this paper from sevoral of the out-of-the-way polling placos, including Gloan's Run ichool home and the brick school house, in Richland district; Adams' school home, in Ritchie district; Beech Glen school houso and Cool Breeze school house, in Triaddlphia district; Crumbacker's in ^Liborty district. The four wheelmen who did this special work were Jason C. Stamp, at whose suggestion the scheme was started, Waltor Worls, Herbert Riheldafler and Ellsworth Schoflald. Stamp started for Crumbacker's, eleven miles out the piko, at 5 o'clock, Riheldafler left the Intelligencer office for the brick school house in Richland at 0 o'clock, Schoflold mounted and etarted for Glenn's run at 7 o'clock, and ' Worls got otf at 8 o'clock for Adams' , school houso in Ritchie. The riders came in at various hours last night, with the returns. Worls was the first man to report with the returns from Adams' school house at 10 p. m. Stamp and Riheldafler got in at 11 p. m., and Schofield arrived at 11:30. The success of the scheme to get the returns in this novel manner was complete. Child Burned to Death. A most distressing occurrence took place at tho home of William Bonar, who resides on Fork Rudge, Marshall county, Monday about noon, by which his throe-yaar-old boy, Ray, was burned to death. Tho child had been down stairs with its mother in tho kitchen, and loft and wont up stairs by itself. Soon after, Mrs. Bonar was attracted by scroams. Sbo hurriedly ran up stairs and by the time she had arrived on the scene, found her child's clothing all in a blaze and almost entirsly burned off. Its whole body was burned to a crisp, and it was hardly recognizable as a human being, even by the mother. No one excspt an infant, in a cradle, was in the room at the timo, and it is a wondor that the burning child in its excitoment, had not run over to it and sot its clothes afire. Dr. 8. M. Steele waa summoned I from Moundsville, but nothing could | be done for the suffering child. It only llvod about three hours. The funeral | took placo yesterday afternoon. The grief strickon parents aro well known | and have the sympathy of many friends I in the county. "Yield Not to Minfortune.H I was afllicted with catarrh lait autumn. Daring the month of October I could neithor tasto or smoll, and could hear but little. Ely's Cream Enlm cured mo.?Marcus (ieorgt ShauU, Rahxoay, N. J. I suffered from catarrh of tho worst kind over since a boy, and I novor hoood for cure, but Ely'# Cream Balm seoras to do oven that. Many acquaintances have used it with excellent results.?Oscar I Ostmm, 45 Warren avenw, Chicago, 11L Cream Balm is agreeable. ing?Three :HSH OR ehs' ! ^f.*1 fjh M THIS DINING ROOM FURNISI A O-foot Solid Oak Extension Table, Flut loaves in a crato, (or Six Carvod Hack Oak Dining Koom Chn bod finish, for A Solid Oak Sideboard, with Bovoled Miri made, larjco size, polishod finish... Two largo Dining Room Ficturos.. Horo is nn opportunity to start house Wo will soil you tho outfit (or $101)0 cash i per week on unlanco. inn, AND GREATEST OS BKOORD. Tbm Whole Tavu Tartu Oat to BM Jobaajr l. G*od.bf Babj, By*, Oh. Not bine wu ever toon in Ohio coanty like the ioprompta demotutaatioa 01 jollifiesUon over the *veaeral rtrtH" lest night Tea thousand people wit oa the streets and there were very few Democrat* left. Mayer's bead wu oat, with two or three dram corps, aac about foar wagon load* of red fire were barned. Tia horns, bells, whistles, drama and other things were employed to make all the noiae possible. The procession moved np town abont tec o'clock aad came back aboat 12, and tbe square in front of the IsrrrLuonsCX8 office was crowded with shooting Republicans tor several hoars. la the meantime, all tho bulletin! continued to be favorable to the Kepab* lican cau?e, and each one increased the enthusiasm of the mnltitade of mer that stood oat ia the street and cheered. The sight as the procession cami down Market street was unsurpassed in local history, and at 2 a. m. there wai no diminution in either the enthusiasm or the aiu of the crowd. It wu * glorlooi victory, gloriously celebrated. At tbe Grand. The larceit audience of the aoaaot anemblod at the Grand Opera Iionai laat night to wltoeaa the aecond per formance in this city of N. S. Wood it hia now piny, "The Orphani of Now York." Mr. Wood needi no recom mendation to Wheeling theater goera, aa he never waa known to have anything but a good show. Hia companj ia aitrongone and tho acenery benuti ful. A grand family matinoo will b< given this afternoon, and to-nlght'a per formanoe will cloiethe engagement. A FEEBLE WOMAN ? offering from nervous prostration, ?* dUbility, or dtesinews, tbo result of weak now, (krangement, or displacement of th< special organs ?will find health regained after using Dr. PJerco's Favorite Preecrip ttoo. In every caso of " female complaint' PIERCE a CURE OR MONET BETUBNED. ^st'SIs. About two years affol /dSgKZgS. was so sick with womt trouble that I could not cross the room without O fainting away, xm doctors could do nx do good and told mo ] mutt die. but mj mother got mo MFa orlto Proacriptlon,' and in one woek I begat to feelstroDger. Arte] tckltff a dosen bcittl? I am ai well u I eva was; freofrom all pairu and acbcs and ull due to Dr. Pioroe'a Pity jubsmdepht. lizzf??n. MURPHY. New Dorp, Richmond Co., N. Y Clmppolcnr'h Bronchlnl euros cough sad consumption. 3 A Quarter Century Test, For a quarter of a century Dr. King'i Now Discovery has been testod, and th< millions who Lave received bonetit fron its ubo testify to its wonderful curativ< powers in all disease* of Throat, Chosl and Luntnu A remedy that has stooc the test BcMong and that has given s( universal satiifaction is no experiment Each bottle is positively guaranteed t< give relief, or the raonov wiil bo rofund ed. It is admitted to bo the mo3t roli able for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottle; free at Logan Drug Co.'s Drug Store Largo lizo 60c and $1. G DIED. GRAVES?On Sunday. November 4.1891. at 5:5 p. m., Joscu Gbaves, in his 65th year. Funeral service* at family resldenco, Na 15 Fifteenth itreet, Wednesday afternoon at o'clock. Frienda of tho family aro respect folly invited to attend. Interment privaH at 2:45 p. m. at Greenwood Cemetery. HiETH?At Henderson, Ky.. on Tuesday, No vember 6,1894, at 12 o'clock ui.t Thkodori IIimih. son of Philip aud Barbara llirth ox ml ;U years and 1 month. Funeral ThnrMny wt 10 a. m.. nt Ilepderson. Ky UNDERTAKING. ^OUIS BERTSCHT, (FORXRJtLY OP FREW 4 DtKWCflT), Funeral Director and Arterial Embalmer, 1110 Mnln Street. Er?<it Hide. v- *?l?nhnn.i nnatrorod dftV Or nlffht 8tm^TolcphonoT6S5jresldo noo, WO." ?p27 ^/alterc. durell, Funeral Director and Arterial Embalmer FOR ALEX. FREW, 1117 JUIX ST, Prompt attention glvon to call*, day or night Telephone?RcMdonco, No. a 17. Store. No. 4180. nol^ Rooms Fn Y PAYMENT JED FOR $26.50. cd Less, Q 4.501 10 PIECE.1' _ FOR 6.00 - r.!! 13.50 c07 2.50 rASY PAYMENTS keenln*. ind SL 50 Wheelir 1136 TC CLOTHING AND FORWI8 KRAUS A "... J [ F No other house does, ever aia. f or ever will, sell such sterling^ A qualities at such low prices as a , A we quote. A I There is a V, 1 X IN READY-TO-WEAR CL< The majority of these garme i gard to looks. Tnere are i are handling a class of goods ; RECTNESS OF THEIR CUT an they are made up. They mi We are also headquarters Furnishings. KRAUS CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHER "STRICT/.Y ONE PRICE. QUSENSWARE. j BARGAINS! ; JD MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. JUST OPENED, A Largo Assortment of | Fancy China! i PRICES LOWER THAN ETER. : JOHN FRIEDEL & GO. ' 11 tO MAIS STREET. [ CLOTHING AND FURNISHIP HA ! You ever heard of a it your Clothing does not j ! parison bring it back an : YC Can spend time : / 2 ? Poor Suit does not find We reach for the best i this country, such as j surety for good service. WT V V 1 Will never complain abc buttons are always co ping, etc. We combin prudent economy. D.Gundl Star Clothiers, 34 an rnislied for THIS BED ROOM FURNISHE ; Bed Room Suite, constating of full sizo Dou largo throe-draworDroHSor,with Double! jtovolod Mirror, and a nico coiubinatio stand with splasher, all Antii|iio Oak lir veil made, (or Two Solid Oak Chairs, woll linished, (or... Lady's comfortablo Sowing Kocker to matt Oak Hod Hoora Table, nicoly llniabod * 10-picco Toilot Hot, Docornted fico China, inu Any artirlo Bold soparato at pricet qi ig Install ) 1142 MARKET SI 1HINGS-KHAUS BROS. BROS. READY-T(MVEAB CLOTHING. "Vv nn ast Difference 3THING, as you no doubt know, nts are made up without much re* notabls exceptions, however. We that are conspicuous for the CORd for the splendid taste in which ist be seen to be appreciated, for anything pertaining to Men's BROS., S, 1319 MARKET STREET. WALL PAPERS AND BONDERS. Si JOS. GRAVES, m ?? DIALEK IX WallPaperand Borders, BLANK BOOKS. STATIONERY, BABY CARRIAGES, Eta Largest stock and greatest variety in the city. SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICB1 20 TWELFTH STREET. ICS-D. GUNDLING & CO. VE lirer proposition ? If Mease you after a comd get your money. )U to read this ad. room on our counters. Clothing to be had in rou can count on with . Your FE >ut our Clothing?that iming off, seams ripe cultivated taste and ing&Co. id 36 Twelfth Street. WomTtA $10.41)/^ (S5l rMl ?m\ JSS ' ffijmJ *fjr' jpP'.. . .j D FOR $84.75. ibloBod, 17 riECES Stron^tU i) Wash* FOR ::" si 0.75 92U3, 2.00 CASH -m /-v I /> r. l.OU 1 5Q east w.::.r:R" B.oorAYMEm lotoil. cent Co., "REET.