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A ROUSING LX Of the people v, JL JL Clothing at oui j^__SLASHIN( We have made in < IiWiiiC We have too many goods they shall, if the lowest ] RELIABLE CLOTHING have These reductions affect e\ our house, and if you ne Clothing we can save you sas TO GO 1= We mean business, an< stop in and take a look at do the rest. 1 GUTMANii Retail Dopartment, CURTAINS, ETC.Geo. E.Si CURTAINS Lace or Portiere, Silk or C prices that you will buy if 3 Lace Curtains, full length, a Chenille Curtains at S3 98 pi anywhere. Have You Blank If not why not ? when we s them all the way to $12 and and fancy borders. EIDERDOWN QUILTS I Full size, clean filled and co boiled calico, satin or silk. N just right. See them. iSrHeadquarters for FURS AN Geo. e. ^STH MACHINERY. D. HOA/HE.* MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. 'Hi (Pnceessof to Carothers and IIowo.) Engines - and * Boilers, NEW AND SECOND-HAND. Machinery and Mill Supplies, 2153 and 2157 3UIX STltEET. and Second-Hatul BICYCLES at cost. oc23 J^EDMAN & CO., GENERAL MACHINISTS And Manufacturers of Marine and Stationary Engines. *U17 WHEELING, W. VA. k 1 JLA VA V AV i "TJTJ/ THIS PARLOK FURNISHli A fi'pii-ro Parlor Suito, in Polishod Main ished fraiao, lino and olcgaut covering Mahogany finish Parlor tablo with Flu lor Two fmo Pictures, gonuino work of art fi Wo v.*ill ho! 1 you nny of thoaogoorfa a the pricoj quoted. House & 1300 IV] rV-M. GUTMAN A. CO. MAJORITY ill buy their Men's and Boys r store when they see the 3 REDUCTIONS our entire stock of IHCIiiil and they must go, and go trices ever put on good, : anything to do with it 'ery Suit and Overcoat in ed anything whatever in i from OETffT. i all we want is for you to the goods, the prices wifl } Main mill Twelfth Streets. GEO. E. ST1FEL A CO. :ifeI&Co. > henille, we have them and at such ;ou see them. Think of It, eleganl t from Si oo per pair upward, and :r pair and upwards. No such values ets ? ell them at 45c per pair, and have S15 per pair. Gray, white and rec 1ND COMFORTS. vered with the best grades of oil lo such line in the city and prices are D WRAPS. -EL & CO. STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC. FOOT BALL ^ + SUPPLIES, Inter-Collegiate Balls. Rugby Regulation Balls. Cheap Amateur Balls. Extra Bladders for Best Balls, STANTON'S And School Stationery. Misrelliiucous Hooks, Cheap Publication*. Fashion and Literary Mntrazlnos. Dally aud Weekly Pupers dolivored anywhere. C. H. QUIMAY, scO MM Market Stroat. a Good Ti n .V 1 "1 3. ID FOR $27,00, j " nnnv fln. fift Ci S\f\ S PIECE for VJKJ i j-'Oit $27 00, 2.00 cash OH 3.00 KlsY PAYMENT oparato at i Heim [AIN STREET. LOCAL BltBVITIKS. altera of XlMr Mmmi la Ml ib?t Ui? OU. The Giaxd this ereninj?"FtoiU" Ma Tlx xx at tbe Grand lo-day. ' STxrxaodCxrl Meyxer war* ran la , Ixil night by the police on a charge of ' disorderly condnct. Tux city tax collection! in tbe pait ' week were a* follows: la tbe general > food, I7.524 88; ten-cent lery fund $1,487 95. Yutixday Mr. W. D. Johnion celebrated bii fl(ty-sev?nth birthday, and waa pleasantly remembered by hit friends on (bo occasion. 1 Tnx city board of pablic works hu promised to clean the streets over wdicq me parano 11 dookou to iuu*o ttaii evening. This will be ?-good deed. In tbe police court yesterday morning two disorderly cases and a drank were let go, and one drank lent to tbe bill (or thirty dayi in default of $1 fine and coin. fckjcihe GiLLitspy yeeterday committed A. I). Maclntyre to jail to mwaii a Snal inquest as to bis sanity. It aeema to be asanred that be is a lunatic, but with lucid intervals. Tux contractors of tlie Benwood Southern street railway have notified tbe officers of tbe company tbat tbey will be here on Monday and commence tbe work of construction. "Facst" was again presented by John Griffith at the Grand last night to a large and well ploaeed audience. It will be repeated at tbe marineo to-day and this evening the engagement closes. Tin; council committee oa elections met last nizbt and authorized tbo city clerk to procnre whatever was needed for tbe city eloctlon in January. Another meeting will be necessary to provide for the ballots, etc. The Wheeling <5c Lake Erie railway has made a half fare rate to Clevelaud next Wednesday and Thursday for the national convention of tbe Woman's Christian Temperance Union, witb a week's limit on the tickets. 0. R. Wood received information last evouing that the Wheeling and Lake Erie Hallway had socured tbe transportation of the Tippecano club from Cleveland to Wheeling to-morrow. Tbe special train will arrive in Wheeling about 6:30 d. m.. citv time. H. B. Duaiirllk yesterday paid for the ohirt he obtained under false pretensos, and paid the coits of his case before Squiro Gillospy and of the soarch t warrant issued to examine his premises for the missing staff. Execution was then saspendouou the tine and ho was ? allowed to go. It is authentically recorded that sev oral weeks aeo John 11. Handlan predicted thatjfCapt Dovener would have 1,500 majority for congress. This is probably the closest guess anybody made. He also predicted the defeat of [ the Democratic legislative ticket. O.vb of the severest blizzards ever experienced hero last nightbetwoen 8 and 9 o'clock for just about ten minutes. Sleet, wind and the rain mado it vory unpleasant for pestrians. Clear weather is predicted for to-day. and that wero a j consummation devoutly to be wisbod. . Tub rolling mills at Cambridge, 0., have been shut down for the past woek, owing to scarcity of water, and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company is L ... I ! ..? ?? 'itnlr nn*u fpnm l!in HUUIIKK WliOl iU tuua ?.?.u wu? ?.<w Muskingum river, at Zanesville, to water tanks botwoen that point and Wheeling.?Iron Age, Tin horns do not go to-niaht. Tho Republican celebration committee aiks that they be suppressed. The citizona do not want them. They spoil good good brass band music and are a nuis. ?nce from every point of view. They should be suppressed, and the police have promised to try to suppress them. ABOUT PKUPIjU Strangers In tha City ami Whealln; Folka Aliroud. Irwin Johnson left for Pittsburgh yosterday. Park Collior left for New Athens, 0., yesterday. F. William Rane, of Morgantown, is among the visitors in town to witness this afternoon's foot ball game between TTm mx: V-/ W JL. -L- -l__ A Chance for Every Lady tc : f The management of the GRAj J testing the efficicy of newspaj J seat FREE to any lady brinRinp ^ Office between the houra of 10 an CTJT T? line?Threp, M. v v CHSH OR EHS ; //K J " THIS DINING ROOM FURNI A 0-foot Solid Oak Extonsion Tablo, Fl ^ loavos iu a crnto, (or Six Carvod IJaelc Oak Dinini; Room C bed finish, for , A Solid Oak Sidoboard, with Bovolod M made, largo aize, polished Uniah Two lariro Dining Room PJcturoi Iforo ia an opportunity to start hou ?Vc will ?eH you tho outlit for $10 00 caal porweok on balanco. inn, and Weet Virginia Uaiveraitr and Bethaojr Oollaf*. C. K Moore, of Proctor, ni > Eumm arrival jeaterdarJ. S. Roblaaoa, of Manoiagtoo. fi^arei oo the Slam in reeietor. C'barlea W. Barrick. of New Marttnivilla, ia at the Wlodaer. J. A. Oartlan, of Manoiaitoa, a well known oil man, ia at the McLure. IL L. Wella aod C. Aili, of Clarkibars, autographed at the McLure yf tarda jr. 0. S. MsKenrie, of Ilantineton. aod B. S. Moore, oi Proctor, autographed at the Stamm. ?r?? n r Mum of Pennsylvania. will marshal the Pittsburgh Tarifl Club ia to-night's par a Jo. Hon. J. Philip Clifford, of Clarksburg, one of Harrison county's prominent Republicans, is at the McLure. Messrs. B. Mason Ambler and V. B. Archer, well known Parkersbnrg people, were at the McLure yesterday. 6. W. Sine and wife, of Middlebourne, and J. W. Hull, of Grafton, are among the W est Virginia people at tho Stamm. Among the Wheeling boys who came in from the state university to see the foot ball game were Messrs. Durst, Cracraft and Woods. Mr. aud Mrs. J. F. Potter have gone east on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. Potter will inspect the leading laundrios in all the eastern cities. 11 >L Prioit, a Stoubouville iron manufacturer, is a McLure arrival. Ho ia enthusiastic for to-day'u celebration, and will be here with fivo hundred moro Steubonvillians. Mr. Phil Fletchor came down frem Pennsylvania to rejoice with his old neighbors over the glorious victory. He has only one regret, and that is that he didn't help to do it. The West Virginia University foot ball team, thirteen etronir and a large number of students who will do the "rooter" act at tho foot ball game thii afternoon, are at the Windsor. Rev.|John A. Crawford, /ormorly ol Wheeling, now of Michigan, will proach at the Third Presbyterian church Bunday morning and ovening. He will doubtless have a! large congregation, as be is a vory popular young man. Hon. William Kirkby. of Columbus, TT * una non. ouuiuh juu.uiuuu,sv? .? w?u?w, railway commissioners and inspectors of brid^os and treaties, respectively, of Ohio, left yesterday morning on an inspection trip over the Wheeling & Lake nDCCC Goods. All wool HenriL>T\COO ottaS) 35c. Finor crado! at reduced prices. Geo. M. Snook A Co. Special liar gala a In 90 Troumtrlngs. Made to order of All-Wool Cloth and guaranteed to wear, by C. Hess & Sons, Fashlonablo Tailors and Gents' Furnishers, 1323 and 1825 Markot streot. Do not fail to attend the Auction Sale of fine horses at the Fair Grounds to-day at 2 o'clock p. in. N F W ^rr'va'a ?' Cloaks and Fure IN Li VV /or to-dav'a business. Emsheimkii's, Eleventh stroot. MAKItlKD. LIST?BASSEL?In Clarkaburc. on Wodnwday, November 7, 1894, by Re*. Dr. Forrest, charlb8 W. Llst, of Wheeling. v. Va.. and Ex.lex Oiuium uafflkl, of Clarkabnrg. W.Va. ' undertaking. LOUIS BERTSCHY, (rORMBKLT OP VRZW A BBKUCKr). Funeral Director ana Arterial Embalmer, lltOMnIn 8treeL Kaat Side. Calln by telephone nnswored day or night Btoru telephone. 6*3; retrtdonce. 501 an'^ A^ALTER C. DURELL, Funeral Director ana Arterial Embalmer FOR iLEX. FltKfli, 1117 MAIS ST. Prompt attention glvon to calls, day or night. Telephone?ReMdonco, No. 5417. atoro. No. nol CIS OTJT. 5 See "The Burglar" FREE. N"D OPERA HOUSE, doairouB of ^ tor advertising, oiler a rosorved ^ : thia coupon to the Theatre Bor | d 11 a. m., Monday, November 12. ^ CIS OUT. n n_ nooiiis M >Y PHV7VIBNT SHl SHED FOR $26.50. ul?J Loire, $ 4.501 10 riECES h"!?.:u!:: 6.oo J?L, 13.50 9 no easy PAYMENTS isokoooine. Ii and $1 00 Wheelir 1136 TO . n iiUt v.-'*. :r- - CLOTHING AND FUHIM KRAUS %i 7 No other house does, ever did. ^ f or ever will, sell such sterling i ? a qualities at such low prices as | , ^ wo quote. ^ There is a \ J_ IN KEADY-TO-WEAR C The majority of these gari gar J to looks. There ar are handling a class of c?oi RECTNESS OF THEIR CUT tliey are maJe up. They We are also lieadquarte Furnishings. KRAUS CLOTHIERS AND FURNI3HI IHTHICTLY ONE CRICK. ?UE5NSWARE? i BARGAINS! t U MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. JUST OPENED, f A Largo Ajuortment of "w-l I Fancy inina! PRICES LOWER THAN EVER i JOHN FRIEDEL & CO, 1110 MUX STREET. CLOTH IMG AND FURNISH Marriage In Java the bride washes the j groom's feet asa token of subjection. In Hungary, at one time, the oroom t>ave the bride a kick for the same purpose during the weddinj ceremony. Horsebackweddings, wheregroorr and bride ride at full speed awaj from their pursuing attendants, are still sometimes seen in Tartary. Among the Borneo head hunter: a young man, in offering marriag< to a young woman, had to presenl her with the head of a man killec by himself. D.Gu CORKECT OUTFITTERS \ rnished for iii, THIS BED ROOM FURNISt ; Bod Room Fnitu, consisting of full ?ize U lame three-drawer Dresser, with Doubl ltavnled Mirror, ami a nice coinbinat stand with nplaeher, all Antique Oak well made, for Two Solid Oak Chairs, Moll finished, for Lady's comfortable Sowing Kocker to m; Oak Hod Koom Table, nicely flnlshod,... 1 10?pioco Toilet Set, Decoratod fine Chin INC. M.IKH Any nrticlo sold separate at pricej ig Install ? 1142 MARKET S ????? ISHINGS-KRAUS BROS. ? BROS. ' BEADY-TO-WEAB | CLOTHING. ^ast Difference LOTH1NG, as you no doubt know. nents ar<a made up without much ree noiable exceptions, however. We Js that are conspicuous for the CORanJ tor the splendid ta.ite in which must be seen to be appreciated. ts for anything pertaining to Man's - \ BROS., JR3, 1319 HARKBT STREET. WALL PAPERS AND BORDERS. I if. JOS. GRAVES, T. ??Dtuxa IN? WallPaper and Borders, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY. BABY CARRIAGES, EtO. Largest stock and great* est variety in the city. SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICEi 26 TWELFTH STREET. INCS-O. GUN0MN3 & CO. Customs. Tournefort says that among the Greek rustics to-day the bride and ! groom run the gauntlet of young > folks of their acquaintance, who kick ! and cuff them as they pass. In Wheeling and vicinity it is imi portant to know that ail young men ' contemplating marriage can be sups plied with all needful articles for this important event at tile STAR. ; Full Dress or Cutaway Frock, finest : White Shirts and Collars, the cort rect Neckwear and Gloves, in short I everything to step up with her to the altar and get spliced. mtu ma lli^LjinUL CO., Wt MAHHIAGEABLE ME\. $78.25,# vi . .] [ED FOR $24.75. oubloBeil, 17 piHC?8 to Strength ion Wash- FOB !!::!" SI 0.75 ?,.4 75( - 2.00' "su "ch 1.50 0R I -,() KAS* a, WnrnL- rAYMSW quotod. l SV iiient Co., TREET.