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CLOTHING-M. OUTMA.N & CO.
WHEN YOU GO HUNTING Through your wardrobe for a heavy suit and find you haven't got it, you'll save time, money and worry by steering for the Corner of Main and Twelfth Sts. and examining the Newest, Freshest and Nobbiest .cc?rtm?nt nf Fall Clothinf ever shown in this citv. Everything we show in MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING is excellent in quality, make and cut. Nothing LOW about them except the PRICE. We hold the same position to-day that we have occupied for 35 years, that is, we carry the Largest Stock in the state, show you no goods but those of Approved Superiority and quote you Prices Lower than those of any other clothing house in the city. Ml. GUTMAN & CO., MAIN AND TWELFTH STREETS. FURNITURE. 98c I ONLY! 98c (f ft 11 THIS BEAUTIFUL jyyy\ parlor STAND ft POLISHED TOP 24x34. ^ This Week Only. We have 10 dozen Oak and Mahogany ESCh 1 UJldll HI Ask to see our 49c Stands. I WHITE ENAMEL IRON BEDS, BRASS MOUTINGS, F0R $2.97. RNY SIZE. rfe/\/>B/rntC At Last Week's Prices. SPECIAL CARE GIVEN OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. Calls Answered Day or Night. HERMAN FRANK, FRANK E. FOSTER, Receivers WHITE, HAHDLEY & FOSTER, 2245, 2247, 2249 MAltKKT STREET. NEW FALL STOCK-ALEXANDER FREW. New Fall Stock Of Choice Furniture. Goods are arriving every day of new and up-todate styles of Parlor, Bed Room, Dining Room tis and Kitchen Furniture. We have the best $20.00 Parlor Suit in the city. Do not fail to see it. We guarantee value for the price, or goods will be taken back and money refunded. Carpets, Minings, Oil Cloth, Linoleum, in great variety. You arc cordially invited to inspect our stock. Alexander Frew, NO, laoo MAiK aTnTTTJI*. J AT HARD WORK. " Urge Crowds Attending the ff.C T. U. Convention at MouudavtUc. GOOD SPEAKERS IN ATTENDANCE MEMORIAL SERVICES WERE HELD IN MEMORY OK DEPARTED MEMBERS, AFTER WHICH THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR THE ENSUING TERM WERE MADE ? THE CHURCH WAS PACKET* AT LAST NIGHT'S SESS10.N?THE PROGRAMME FOR TU-JJAX JS A liUUU TM W. O. T. U. convention being held ai Moundsville, la proving a moat decided success. A large number of delegates are present and reports from the delegates say that exceptional good work is being carried on. The convention opened at 9 a. n*. with devotional exercises, conducted by Mrs. Stillman, of Lost Creek. Greetings were read from Nebraska and Iowa unions, and a message sent to the M. E. conference ia session at Mergantown. Superintendents of the various departments ivere elected. An Invitation from Superintendent Hawks to visit the state prison, was received and accepted, with thanks. The afternoon exercises went conducted by Mrs. Allen, of Wheeling, after which memorial services were held in honor of the departed members: Mrs. Margaret "M. Parkinson and Mr. Hugh C. Wright, MoundsvilJe; Mrs. Hester Michels, Piedmont; Mrs. Nancy Heatherington, Henwood; Mrs. Engla Jacobs, New Martinsville; Mrs Dr. Cunningham, Mrs. T. T. Hutchison and Mrs. Maria Dayless, Wheeling; Mrs. Elizabeth Chldlster, Buckhannon; Mrs. Belle Timmons. Roney's Point; Mrs. T. Vickers. St. Albans; Mrs. Lydia Picket, Fairmont; Mr?. Lucy Clifford,Reynolds; M. Med ford, Huntington. Dr. Hudson visited the convention, and cheered those present with two ?ongs, as follows: "We will be Free" and "You Can't." Roll call of general officers, four present; seven superintendents present; forty-five convention delesates precent. The election of officer* was next In order, resulting as follows: President?Mm. X. It. C. Morrow. Fairmont. Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. Bell C. Harrison. Fairmont. Recording Secretary?Miss Lent McWhorter, Buckhannon. Treasurer-Mrs. M. C. Parsons. Grafton. Vice president at larga?Mrs. M. M. Love, Grafton. Secretary Y. W. C. T. U.?Miss Lenl McWhorter. Puckhannon. Last night the cession was held at the M. E. church, nnd a very large crowd was present. The model L. T. T., as given by .Mrs. Hamilton, was greau}' enjoyed by all present. Dr. Hattle Jone's talk on petition nnd legislation was full of thought and argument. Miss Lenl McWhorter took tije audience by storm with her recitations?conilcnj and otherwise. She Is a great favorite here. The following 1* the programme for today. T?-n cents admission will be charged to-night to defray expenses. I,et the beauty of tne Lord God be upon us: and establish thou the work of our hand* upon us; yea the work of our hands establish thou it.?Psalms 90:1-17. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1*97.-MORNING SESSION. 9:00?Devotional Exercises?Mrs. M. W. Rider. Dallas. 9:30?Tlie Florence Crittenden Rescue Home?(a) History, (b) Work. (c) Needs?Mrs. Jennie P. SIsson, Wheeling. 10:00? Reports of Superintendents? Evangelistic-Mrs. Judith Gordon. Sunday School?Mrs. Annio Gwynn. I'nfermented Wine?Mrs. Oscar Wright. Scientific Temperance and Narcotics ?Mrs. M. M. Ix>ve. L. T. L. Work?Mrs. W. J. Hamilton. Purity-Mr?. Engle. Literature?Mrs. V. E. Mohler. Press?Mrs. M. Anna Hull. legislature and Petition?Dr. Hattle R. Jones. Lumbermen?Mr*. S. O. Pond. Miners?Mrs. E. L. Swinburn. Railroad?Mm. M. J. Kuhn. Flower Mission?Miss Georgia Putnam. Franchise?Mrs. Isalali Warren Non-Alcoholic and Non-Narcotic? Mr? M J. Grimes. Systematic Giving?Mrs. William Gray. State and County Fairs-Mrs. Jennie Slsson. Demorest Medal Contest?Mrs. M. L. Rabb. 12 Noontide Prayer. Whatsoever ye do, do It heartily as to the Lord, and not unto men.?Col. 3;23. AFTERNOON SESSION*. 2 W-Devotional Exercises?Mrs. J. F.nglo. 2;15?Reading of Mlnutea. Report of Young Woman's Work? Miss Lenl McWhorter. A Mo Jel Fnion?Conducted by Mrs. Relle C. Hannlson. S-.?uRpjtnrt of committee on resolutions. Report of committee on finance. Report of committee on plan of work. Election of delegates to national convention. Scattered Threads. flowing Prayer. Adjournment. EVENING SESSION 7 ;30?Music?Orchest ra. Prayer?Rev. J, it. Smith. Solo Mrs. r? T. Williamfr. Address?Mrs. Ella A. Boole, New York. Solo?MIfs Anna Felly, Silver < 'fTerlng. Rcncdlctlon. Orchestra. POTATO CROP POOR. Th* Cool, Wet Summer Was Not Favorable to the Growth of the Tubers. It Is becoming more evident every day that the potato crop is a partial fallun* in nearly every part of the United States. The cool, wet summer vsas not favorable to the growth of the Iuhern, except when planted upon high, dry ground, nnd even in such favorable localities while the quality is good the yield waa small, and "there were but a few In a bin. In th" Wheeling market the retailers are quick to find out when potatoes are potatoes. As one dealer said to n reporter fur I he Intelligencer yesterday, "potatoes are of such universal use, alike on the tables of tho rich and the | oor. that any scarcity makes n considerable Inroad upon the houHe-wile's market money. What Is worse is the fact that among other vegetable* there is no adequate substitute* and there Is no source from which this year wc iat? make gnotl-h il-ib-i.?ncy by Importation, evrn If we could afford to pay higher prices." Hnme'li ii j ? Kimih, It n :?y I v ?>i th something t?? know flmt tie- v< 11 In -i msdli lm f r rent" i 1liji the IIh i out net s on* system i" a In alt It y \ lft< t I i:i?-. trie Hitlers Thin medicine I* purely veneisbip, acts l>y giving Idtie lo tin- nerve cnttvii 111 the St -rtiiich, tlv stlmtllllen 1he Liver and Kidneys, mid nk't tfjenn ?.i Hi" in throwing -rf Impurities in the blood i:i< lib Itlt < rs luiprov-4 the SPP? it* slds digestion, and I* pro noun? Hi I v tb<< wb have ttlfd it iip ii*. x * t v i? t ii ""i purifii f nod nerve i in"' Ti y li Mold f. i .ii fi en h ittl- , at I ,t-!ti Drug Co's P. us Hlure 2 EP WORTH LEAGUE Convention Coming Here?The Receipts -w-j From Col. Bain's Lecture Will Go to II Help Defray Expenses. The great Epworth League convention |\ which meets in Wheeling nert May, will bring almost as many people to our city as the Army of West Virginia, They will come from Philadelphia. Harriaburg. Pittsburgh. Baltimore, Washington. D. C., and the entire state of West Virginia. They are coming 3,000 to 4.000 strong. The citizens of Wheeling should encourage conventions of this kind. It brings people and money to our city. In order to * 1 Entertain this vast crowd money must be _ raised. A part of which it la hoped to |c get from the Epworth League star lec- ,m ture course. Ths first number of which will be given in the Opera H ^uae October 7th. Th * great and only Col. George Wf. Bain, of Kentucky, will lecture, November 4 th Lyric Ladies of Chciago. December 2nd, Frank Beard, the humorist. December 16th. Slayton's Jubilee Singers, January 11. HS8, Orifrinal Swedish Quartette. and February. 189S, Bishop Fowler. CoiKvrning Col. Bain. J. DcWttt Miller T| ha.s th?.- following to say: I I "Col. Bain is a man singularly sweet and unafTeetifig persinallty, an honont, Q arnest. entertaining, convincing public 1% talker. An audience that can hear him and not enjoy him, accuses itself, and one that can hfar him and not be benefitted by what he says, is either so good as to be beyond the need of Improvement, or so bad as to be beyond its reach. THE THIRD SEASON'. Opening Recital of Woman's Musical *|*| Club Saturday. The Woman's Musical Club opens Its q third season with a matinee recital at K A. O. U. W. temple next Saturday af ternoon. Similar events have for the past two winters afforded enjoyment to the holders of season tickets and their friends, and the tcnnlns winter pr^m- f lses even more. The programme for I Saturday. ^ Leslie, Klse Again, Glad Summer Sun Choral Club Hoist (planoi-lianoft of th* Demons . ,.MIb5fS RatcllfTe and Spell Lostl 4toIc?>? Good Bye" Cs. O. njaii Pinsuti (voices)?'"Two Pearls of Love" Mrs. Flora Williams and Miss Margaret Hervey Lisxtf piano)?(a) HU^psodle Honjfrolse No. 3 _ Moskowski (b) Servnata F Miss Sadie Em.?h??!mer L Bach (voice with violin oblajcato)?"My Mean Ever Faithful" | . Mrs. Flora Wlllhuna BURIED TO-DAT. The Funeral of D. A. Dorsey Occurs today? His Trouble Between Partners is Denied. Ex-Senator D. A. Dorsey, who committed suicide, Wednesday, will be burled to-day, In the cemetery at Sherrard. Ne Moundsvllie lodge No. 282, of the order of Elks, will have charge of the funeral services. The funeral cortege will leave the residence on Tomlinsou avenue for LI* the cemetery this morning at 10 o'clock. The trouble between Mr. Dorsey and his partners in the oil business, which INc wasr eported about town, In being denied by his partners and those most w cicely associated with him la busl- NC nets. MUSICAL MILL MEN. The La Belle brass band, composed of twenty-seven musically Inclined employes of the La Belle mill, meets for its > third practice to-morrow evening. All I the members are enthusiastic over the V organization, and if the proper nuj/port = is received it promises to be a cracker-Jack. Good instrument! have been secured, and interest in the band is on the increase. Under the direction of Prof. Summers the boys are coming along nicely, and it will not be long before they can face the public. Warn Ins to .\trvoni Parent*. Nervous mothers and fathers make | their children nervous and under these Influences a Rood "bringing up" Is impossible. Excitement surrounds such children from their earliest years. The , father and mother take turns in being IS cross, and disputes over trivial matters are frequent The puzzle is that the h lusehold stays intact under these condltlons, but It generally does and the w children suffer Do you expect such :n children to gTow up Into calm, useful men and women? Isn't It a great inJustice to give young lives such a hand- & leap? This condition of thing* can be SC remedied, but the local doctor has nothing in his cabinet that will smooth the DC troubled domestic sea. Such things are beyond his reach. Dr. Greene, the great 41 specialist, of 35 West Fourteenth Street. ^ New York City, discoverer of the wonderful Nervura. will give you advice that will take the cloud from your homes. His remedies soothe exclttd and excitable nerves quickly. They were discovered after years of research, and are of wonderful potency. All nervous people should consult this great specialist. It costs absolutely nothing to / do this. If you can't call on him. write him fully, and his advice will be given you free of all charge. Don't go on bringing up your children In such unwholesome atmosphere. 0 COL. GEORGE W. RAIN?The first number of the Epworth League 8tar Lecture Course, will be given In the Opera House. Thursday, October 7, Instoil of the 4th. Reserved seats go on ? sale October 5. nt 8 o'clock a. m. Any ^ league selling ten or more tickets will bo entitled to one full course ticket. J Call at Lukens* Jewelry store. Ih< m ? ka, 91..10. 1'iriirilon to Plttabnrgti. 91.50. cai Saturday. October 2. the Raltimore & Tf* Ohio will sell excursion tickets to Pitts- \a burgh and return, nt rate of $1 GO, good returning same day. NO mnn or woman can enjoy life or vyi accomplish much In this world while suffering from a torpid liver. DeWltt'n Little Early Risers, the pills that cleanse that organ, quickly. Charles It. Goetse. Market and Twelfth street*; Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth and Jacob afreets; A. E. Scheele, No. G07 Main street; Ex1< y Uros., l'enn and Zano streets; Rowle (i & Co., Hrldgeport ^ 3 Tj nTn. a: WALT/?On Thursday. S^ptmibor M. 1?P7, AI ,.t ; M n m . Mr- M V WALL nn ter <>f Mrs. Geo. V Rellly. I)fH 1'iiri. ml rif!i' 1 h? t? it'l'r Ml U1TDKRTAK1N0. Ko j oris ni UTSrilY, j<; I uncrtil Director And Arterial tmbalmor. II11 UmIii sirufI, Wr?l Midi. Call* by Telephone Anawsnsd Da* er Nlijht store Telephone It, fleeldettcfi Assistant's Tele* |mone? sw>. suit KENNEDY F. FREW, (Iraduate of V H College of Embalming, Mineral Director and 1 mbaimer WITH ALKXAKDKR I'KKW, T?l?phnn? :.-i IM Main HltrM || BHUKMMBR A HILDKUHAND. M \l (Ml ItlMHIMS KSl) I MHO Ml HS Inrrter Msrltrl surf Jid MrwU Tflephui 1 I >7. Open Day arid Nlpbt A myll SOME GOOD KEWS-KBAP3 BBQ8. lie Dnippn \ SOME GOOD NEW& ight liiuUlJ READ IT. A SURE CURE FOR KLON'DI C1T1S and more profitable than ?ON-- I buying Alaskan Nuggets. Make Your Fall Purchases at he pnf|[|n i KRAUS BROS/ inht IT hi 1 The treatment is the best known ^ J to the mercantile world. The result 4 is certain to benefit you. OFF ll'TTLI TUT? r\l r\ r\\T MrTTlI ?AT? THE NEW. Our counters are teeming with the newest and choicest selections in I FALL SUITS and OVERhf ffiimn COATS. Pretty fabrics, stylishI IHip made, coupled with sensible, serinht I I lllll t viceable wearing qualities?that's " what makes the Suits so attractive. X Accommodating prices: -IN-- $8.00, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00. J KRAUS BROS., UlOlT * WHEELING'S TORE MOST CLOTHIERS, ight Mil]. Strictly One Prica, 1319 Mtftat St. NEW FALL AND WINTER OOOD8-QBO. R. TAYLOR 00. }H0. R.TAYLOR CO. The chilly weather behooves one to look about for fall and Viator Clo'hing. We invite yon to call and ezamias our new Hoe of all and Winter Goods This "? our first season for these goods, and remember that all the goods you see in our store are new and com prise the best the eastern markets afford. jw Dress Goods. New Hosiery. ;w Silks, Black and Colored New Handkerchiefs and !w Cloaks. Taney Goods. iw Tailor-Made Dresses. New Linens and >w Furs. Household Goods, etc, jeo. R. Taylor Co. REAL ESTATH. lUSt FORSHLE! - NORTH MAIN STREET LOT. SSIJPfl ? ^ * Wo offrr for Ml* 2S. 45 or M fwt fronting t T , ff, on North Main street with a depth of 120 The Intelligencer fM, |# sn tll(y ? 1 ?r\-f a i THIa nrnnnrfV l* fn th?* most dcxlrahifl tX up tw iwspaper, and at this time, locaUon th? city. ju*thesi>ot<orMm? r . f f I ono wishing to build a nice residence. hen everyone is eagerly look g for information about the u...cn?..,A v, , , , Honey to Loan oq Real Estite. eat fvlondyke gold fields, has T"1?ltidal suidt RINEIIAItT & TATIIM. Telephone 219. City Bank Building. SALE ^THE^ | . r-r-a .. ,irkr i Fin? brick resident of 14 rooms, with rrirl Al IfrBl- I ha!l*. li*ht and natural I ft i ,|j^I wlJIUr ' ,in<% corner lot lOOxlw. with fine shade I V/I^iu ^ j m,a and ^hrubbfry. within tw?nty rain1 utes of the business center of tho city. TO THE v** i Th" owner \oavea the olty and la will. I irig to give some one h bU bargain. Thli I Akif\\/i/r />AliiiTnv "F** ]0" Prir' '? onl>' tor 'hort "m* LONDYKE COUNTRY! ifar,k"-"rkM" w 'ou Jt AND THE .* r-~Z ? i i r* t i [ii i *ROLF & zhnE,? old r ields or AldSka | w^non.? w x?. so rountwui at WHIN WD Itow 10 GO 10 THE FOR S-ALIE. NEW ELDORADO 01 1HE NORM, j rbt two-story dwelling at 2342 Chaplin# ... i. - .i I street. This is a rood property and very desirable location Will bo sold very low tJ> fc3? e.% t.% w? 0? '?nd on easy terra*, or cash. Just aa you j wish. V. complete nnd authcntlc?A<>count of , Tho buslne* property northwest corner f marvelous mineral product!* of Ala*- Jacob nnd Thirty-seventh streets It con. , Including information from AmcrJ- elsts of tw -'or v I r'ck luilldlnp. and coni and Canadian eourcos regarding the ] '" Jj,2^|JJ25r,f?2Jt?^rchean roomi? *nt roM dl-covrrlr, In the Yukon A '<?>? bu,'""'Xo ,X illoy. with tho only complete ec-rles 1,1 ILDiNO LOT*. authentic map?, plans and photo- ?n Chaplin* street betwoon Twenty* Phi? reproduction of Ihl. rceion. Jjjrbth >? J^SVn?f? m7?h. oSlJ ono loft; cotno early If you want the bar* tlflt tho Cnth11si|1 S*ic KlonJyker ' i.of on Jaoob stroot noar Twenty-ninth. . ? .... . for $?n. Lota In aamo square have aold for and Gold Scorer Would Like to . . r , , . . UCS for larire lot on Twenty-ninth street kmm i% Contained in ne?r toll irat* Ihi, Book. C3-. o. SMITH, Exchange Bank Building. THE OFFICIAL GUIDE TO FOR ZR-EHSTT 11: Kl.HNt>YKE OMNTItY ;11 " 111: OOLII KIICI.DS ?'K I No " V?l" flrwt, . room., both .API? A" eontntn* only un-ful '.ii!?"" 152 1 Irimtworlhy fjcl?|>n i>ar?d i ,urt<- nih 12 (? Inlly for tlu? gold r>' "k? TM 1 ho \0 Kourlocnili atroot .rk \fntp ?( euch Important ailb* i n?. c I irtocnth street 23 00 t<? n?? ('"ft of Living; Pl.?< -t No. r; Tw. Mtii th siroof IS to nlng and Tranaportntlon anil *?'. :u "jrcot jo oa ..xl flrnnllea* Mlnlnr Kxtn'rl* Twmtleth atfeet It) 0) 1 r Th u". No. Pill Main street. 4 rooms, both coa: \ low* of lAp'Tts. Th >1 fc.11J(l. j] oo mti?; The I.find lloute; M.isknn km Main siroct. ?ioro room 1? oo Instil*' . Th< Vukun Vallcj nnd j K'lloon Hi Martin'- V.-rry 1J (0 n r ?ubJ?'t*. . iooru?-.i i iff creacent Place 7 (0 tlu i ?i -ii?.- M?n< lw ?fit coal propNrnrljr nv? h?ni!nom?|)r nrlntnl .' "v. '""I MlI- ' hjnui _ (? . i,i rue iv t t. --roomed I IMeaMnt \ alley . I 00 j-ii-. . ptorusnj llluatrAl*(l. In- . v,, hlirkamith clndlnr ? full pago half ' M,k" 'I,.,,"!' p' lu< I ft n? phut.igrnpha tnkon Hil.M ; Alley i ! ifO ?>?pi>? ifllly for Mil* Work, aftlMtto- N.' y-ft Wood si reft, 1 rooms 7 ft) ally and durnbly bound In pnpor. Full BALK. with specially dc*lfBi .l cov. r. j nrrrn j^d Woat Mberly, l-roimr i Tbla k has boon secured for In- ! hous? an<t orchard I?M tcllliTonccr t.itdem nl lli<> Wmv< t N'o 1171 inch sltort 7:j poslbb1 pric< TNVICNTY-FlVIfl aoroa land I'elera' run and 4-roomtd CENTH Hi ore room and dwollln* Mllonvalt, www J. III ? *rlian?ro for * farm. I OH SMI ONLY Al IIH t; ? itelligonrcr Ollicc, james a. henmy. II ..i i7 lourlrrnlli Slrrcl. ,.*? Mm!'!: j Ptll (OH. MM 10 KSt ? I _v 1 *"1DRISS, P0SIPUP. I'Pi'i: isTnM.iqirMTn rniNTifro I.nic.i, IVJ.IW 1 1 i:.itbh?lim.nl-jiell.?Murilt.prompl.