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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, December 08, 1894, Image 5

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CLOTH 1NG-M. GUTMAN 4. CO.
CLOTHING! We Need Money j
CLOTHING! jWe Need R??mi
?
We are in business to sell goods, not to hold them, and when every[Kjjy
is hard up it is good policy for a business house to accommo date
itself to the circumstances.
Clothing is worth just as much to-day as it ever was. It's Made
Justus Well; It Consists of Uood Material; it will last just as long as
ever, but it won't bring as good a price. Why? Simply because people
haven't the money to put into it We have the goods and don't
u'aot to keep them, and to make the change we have cut our entire
stock exactly
^ Pei* Cent!
It's money to you to look here, if you think of buying anything.
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Six Floors, Retail Department, Twelfth ami Main Streets.
BARGAINS?GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. '
U raiting for It ? JL
W ell, Here It Is! ^
BARGAINS IX EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD.
You'll wonder how it's done, but it is a fact, so
don't fail to let us prove it to you, Come in to-day.
2,coo yards all wool country flannel.
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Plain and Striped, formerly sold at 2jc per yard. - .
We will close this lot out at - - - /|AP
Or just about half its value!
PER YARD.
ioo Dozen Ladies' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE.
Were cheap at 6jc per pair. On the counter to- nn
d^at uuC
i*er i?aik.
Geo. e.
^-STIFEL & CO.
K?BO fiOBSETS
Made right in our own country and considering
prices?$1.00 and $1.25?superior in workmanship
to imported goods at twice the costj />'},')
while fully equal in fit and wearing qualities. 6 . if
No Brass Eyelets 11 v|||m|^
Boning will Not Break and KHSfejvlli fillH' 1/1
Never Pokes Through.
Long Waists, Medium Waists.
A<k Vnur Hpfllpr fnr kTARO COPSRTS.
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fjpfcfr lAMr^llllll9C& Tho only safe, ?uro and
JSsSDL t~ZVTT.t._;*r" _ ? . reliable Female PILL
m?fcPENNYROYAL PILLS. Hp6SSSi:
ftwSti&A"* for DE. MOTT'S PESlfYEOYAL PILLS and take no other.
WHHBB?'HT Send for circular. I'rlcc 81.00 per box, ? boxen Tor 86.00.
^SaiiWH DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO.. - Cleveland, Ohio.
formula nVeiins by tUo LOGAN DKUG CO.. Main nud Tenth Slreow. tlc^l DAff
Ml WE PAM CI
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(Now in C
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Furniture, Car]
That we now have on 1
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Now is the Chance of your
cash or on easy payment
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HOUSE
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1300 MAIN STREET.
PHYSICIANS MEET.
A Memorial Meeting la Respect to
tile Late Dr. Cummins
IS CALLED FOR THIS AFTERNOON
All of tlio I'hriiclini of the Vicinity
Are Cordially Invited?A Commitloo
on Resolutions Appointed.
Talk* With Physicians Rojgardln?
1'reraleiit Djseuoi and the New
Diphtheria Cure.
I.ast evening the Ohio county Medical
Society held a meeting at their quarter!
in the board of education'* rooms, on
Market street, tor the purpose of taking
action relative to the.death of the
late Dr. R. H. Cummins, a valued member
of the organization, and one of
Wheeling's beet known and well liked
physiciam. There was a good attendance
of the members, the president, Dr.
H. B. Baguley presiding, and Dr.
Iiildreth acted as secretary.
^ After informal discussion the society^
uociuea 10 can n muiuunm uicotiux u?
the physician of Wheeling, Ohio county
and vicinity, to be held at tho rooms
of tho board of education in the Uuu
building this afternoon at 4 o'clock,
when suitablo reiolutions touching
the loos by death of Dr.
Cummins will bo acted upon. A committeo
on resolutions composed of Drs.
I* 1). Wilson, F. J. J-eMoyne Ilupp and
K. A. Hildreth was appointed and the
members will draw up resolutions that
will bo presonted at this afternoon's
meeting. The society cordially invites
all physicians of tho vicinity, whether
members o' the society or not, to attend
thfemeetincr, to pay their tribute of respect
to the dead physician.
The society then went into regular
session and transacted some routine
business. Papers on technical subjects
were read and discussion followod.
An Intelligencer man talked with a
number of physicians last bight relative
to the general health of the city, with
special roferenco to tne situation hero
regarding the dread diphtheria and
scarlet fever. Dr. R. W. Hazlett, when
asked as to the merits of the now Koch
anti-toxine, which is claimed by some
to be a specific for diphtheria, replied
that he had not been able to form an
opinion, as it had not been introduced
into this section. He expected, however,
to find that it would not effect
euros in every case whore it is used.
Dr. John I* Dickey, Dr. Etzler and
one or two other phvsians who were approached
relative to the prevalence of
diphtheria just now, united in saying
that at present tho disease is on the decline
and that in their ODiniou this
community has seen tho worst.
Dr. 15. A. llildreth was of tho opinion
that the city health departinant should
have a good big appropriation, when
-n??nmn(in lunrl' !n (fivinff thfl P.itr ft
good cleaning uj> could be pursued. He
considered tho filth the cause of a large
proportion of the sickness this winter.
V. 31. C. A. MATTE KS.
The Tenth .Anniversary Approaching?A
Coining Lecture.
Rev. J. M. Stephens, pastor of the
Kirkwood Presbyterian church, will
give a talk at tho young men's mooting
at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The
talks given at tho Sunday afternoon
meetings nro enjoyed ouch week by a
large company of young m?"?
At 7:30 this oveuing tho Bible study
will be held, followed at 8 o'clock by
the regular young men's mooting.
Next Friday evening Dr. W. F. Oldham
will lecture in the association hall.
Dr. Oldham is an educated man, with
wide-open eyes and u delightful play of
Hnmnr Hin lecturo on the lands of the
Orient>ill bo n rich treat. Seats will
bo reserved at tho association building
on Wednesday morning.
Tho iryranasium classes are flourishing.
They aro all largely attended.
Hand ball, basket ball and other recreative
games are much onjoyed.
The association building is a popular
resort. Many young men find pleasure
and profit there every day.
With tho end of this year the association
will complete its tenth year of
activity. Tno tenth anniversary will
ho hold oarlv in January.
JUST THINK OF IT!
Wa nr? nrllinir a flno Llmngn Cliinn Cup
and Saucer with *t?rlin^ StlvcrSuoon for
SI 00. I. G. DILLON ii CO.
Xew Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Glovea,
Mitts and Hosiery, juut received, at
THE Leadeil
LL OUR
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bourse of Erection at
V-?WITIjets,
Sto
land at \m Ma
VE DON'T I
lifetime to buy
St H
ie Home
1142 MARKE
WAGNER'S "PARSIFAL.**
The Uit of the Herlaa Given at the FIret
CbrUllan Church.
The last of the una* of malic recitals
on Wtgaor'a "Parsifal," by Eugene
FetKhtinger, A. M.,of Dethanr College,
was given lut evening *t tbs Christian
church. The audience waa compoioJ
of tome of tha very beat muaical talent
of the city, and the close attention paid
by all was a marked proof of their appreciation.
five new motivea were introduced,
the muiic of which was very
charming.
Pro!. Feacbtinger'a playing was excellent
and the various pari, wero ablv
and diatinctly rendered. Tboso wiio
were fortnuato enough to bo able to attend
the entire seriea have enjoyed a
mti.lnnl no {a HftMnfll Ilfford
ed to thii city.
Simp?ua 31. K. Church Willing Workers'
Club.;
Through the invitation of Mrs. P. G.
Walker, a number of the young ladies
of the congregation of Simpsou M. E.
church met at the parsonago yesterday
evening and org*nized a club of "Willing
Workers." The object of the club
is to solicit funds, and give entertainments
to purchase a carpet for the
church. The church has recently been
seated and tho congregation contemplate
occupying: the main audience
room, on the third Sunday in this
month. Tiie following are theofflcors:
Mias Otta V. Gardner, president; Miss
Fanny B. Lee, lirit vice president; Miss
Mary L. Jennings, second vice president;
Miss Ada J. Dotfmeyer, secretary;
Mies Mamie L. McMechen, assistant
secretary; Miss Sadie L. Jones, treasurer.
The club will meet every Friday evening
at 7:30. Young ladiej of the congregation
over seventeen years of age
are cordially invited to attend.
Pritcticul Appreciation.
Yesterday the jKtna-Saudard Iron I
and Steel Company did a generous act.
it presented Dr. A. K. Ong, chief of the
Martin's Ferry fire department, with a I
check for $^0 in appreciation of the ser-1
vices of the Ore laddies at tuo oiuce ure i
on the morninu of December 1.
* Clmppelenr'* ltroncliiol
cures bronchitia and croup. 5
All Wool Knit Skirts 98c, worth $2,
only at TheLkadek.
OUTER'S nflchnitKl Stiff lint*.
DISGKtt )liU>3.,S?>le Axon!*,
38 Twelfth ami 1054 Main St?.
LI1IHKY Cut tiliiHN, (ineit In the world.
I. 0. DILLON ? CO.,
Solo Agouti.
The Wheeling Bakery will serve each
of ibeir customers who call|afc their retail
store, No. 1230 Market street, today.
an order of elegant hot Pancakes,
made from the United States Baking
Company's wonderful new Panttfke
Flour. These cakes will bo baked,
while you wait, to illustrate the very
simple method of making them.
n?Qn every evoning until ChristvJ
pen mas. Geo. M. Snook ifc Co.
BARGAIN'S In I^kIIom' and Gentlemen'*
Gold \Vnli:li?? at II. E. IIII.LMAH & CO.'h.
I1AVILA.ND China Cake Plato in
beautiful Decorations at
i.e. mijiiON&co/a.
MRD.
WHITMARSK?On Friday, DocoinberT. imi, at
It o'clock p. m.. Miss ANN IK WlllTMAIWK.
Funeral from her late residence, Jn West Wheel 1
us. Ohio. Saturday afternoon a t 1 o'clock.
Interment at Rock II1U Cometery.
WILKIN?At his Into residence, in Harrisvllle,
Harrison county. Ohio, on Friday, Decernlwr
7. 1891. at 4 o'clock a. m.. Dr. A. 11 Wi!.*
kin. In his G9th year.
Funeral from his lato resldenco Sundar afternoon
at '2 o'clock. Friends ol the family arc
Invited to attend.
LEVY?On Thursday morning. Dccomber 6,
180t. at 7:AO o'clock, JoHtt 11. Levy, aged 14
years and 2 months.
Funeral from tne residence of bis grand mother,
Mrs. A. Trimblo, rear of 1019 Main street, Saturday
at 3:30 o'clock p. m. Interment privnto.
UNDERTAKING.
LOUIS BERTSCHY,1:1
(FORXKRI.V CP FRCW A HERTSCBIO.
Funeral Director and
Arterial Embalmer,
111(1 Mftln fitreuu Rwt Sblfl.
Call* by telephone an?woro<) day or night
Store telephone. <H'?: ftwirtence. WG. np-*7
WALTER C. PURELL.
FuneralDireetor and
Arterial Embalmer
FOR ALEX. FRKIV, 1117 MAIN' ST.
I Prompt attention Riven to calls, day or night.
I Telephone?lionidcnce. No. '-17.
I Store. No. nol
WHOLE
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HOUSEFURNIS
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CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS-WRAPS BROS.
KRAUS BROS"
J No other house does, ever did. f READ VTO-WEAR
r or ever will, sell such sterling r
|r;r."| clothing.
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|?^ ' ? . You know that we sell the best
"T" made Clothing obtainable? Don't
1 1 L, y?u know we have the largest selection?
Don't you know for kind
and quality we sell at the lowest prices? WE know it,
and a visit to our store and a look at our stock will convince
you that we do, and weMl be money savers for you.
Jj^When you are looking for Holiday Presents, no
other store will show you the variety that we do.
KRAUS BROS.,
n> Amitinnn inn nrininiiinm i Hi n uinvnii nmnnnn
I'LUlnlbno An LI rUKMiHBIO, lOia 1AIIMH 5 IKbbl.
gynucm one run k
Mr. and Mrs. Noah
I
And all their sons and daughters, together with
all the animals, are found in
Marvin's
Noah's Ark.
Nicest thing in the world for the little folks.
Get it at your grocer's. All Marvin's Cakes and
Crackers are Health Foods.
IIsT, PITTSBIFBO-H.
FINE ?CLQTH)NG-D. GUNDLING d. CO. I
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I An Easy Puzzle ! 1
m ??????? 0
1 am composed of nine letters, and two
? words. Turn me backwards or mix me
up, and you have nothing, but properly
arranged, you have a word familiar'to the
people of this communityi a word that
! means hustle six days in the week, thir- J
! teen hours to the day, year in and year out.
% What is it? The answer is
I D.CUNDLINC! + j
-u Ani^ nparlu evervbodv nns
wers when you ask them where they
S buy their Fine
Clothing, Furnishings I
s -^?Christmas Fixings! ]
I Are our prices right ?
We answer YES! s
jpp jrmt a * fiL'//A restore
VIGOR
Wben In dotilrt ?h?t to u?e for N'erroui PeMllty. L^t r f Senjal Powrr (in eJther
M^v/-j>i!lt /My ?e?). Impotent v. Atrophy. Vartcoecic an-1 other ?raVnrt*c*. frc? any tauie, v?e
K^BR^iA'^fS^SW^^BS Ertinc Pill*. Drtlu Cheeked and full vigor quickly re?U>fed. If neglectcd. *ach
tmu!>le? rrtult fatally. Mailed anywhere, tented. forfi.??; 6 l?*e? for fs.oo. With
liesult In i weeks. every U-oo ?>r.ler ?r (Ire a Irpal ninranfee to ture or refund tha tnooey. Addrm
PEAT, MEDICJNP CO.. Cleveland, Ohio.
For talc by CHAS R. HOKTZE, Druggist del
BUILDING #
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usefurnishings
;et St, and 1404 Main St,,
NG ITl^r
HINGS at your own Price for
,SH OR ON EASY PAYMENTS I
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1404 MAIN STREET.

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