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SeconomyS And elegance are combined for your benefit in those iim wimtrr suits rNm r?r? jllDH W llljuuii | M , \J \J AMD OVERCOATS AT The very newest and best goods at this priqe. Perfect in every particular. They are really $15.00 and $16.00 values. * $1.00 AND $1.50 KID GLOVES FOR HEN. BEST MAKES. FULL DRESS SHIRTS. PERFECT FITTING! NEW 50c NECKWEAR. THE BEST IN TOWN. it fin BY RIBBED UNDERWEAR AT tlTHE SUIT, WORTH 81.50. E GUTMAN & CO, Retail Department, Twelfth and Main Streets. SUITS AND JA0KBT8 -OR'). R. TAYLOR OO. GEO.R.TAYLOR CO. Our November Styles jj NEW JACKETS, of Tailor-Made.*.^ NEW BLOUSE SUITS. Suits and 1 NEW TIGHT-FITTING JACKETS. f i THE U,EST JWNCH LENGTH in JaCKclS CLOTH AND VELVET' Are now being received. ! JACKETS AND BLOUSES. Our styles arc EXCLUSIVE and pleasing, comprising the brightest ideas of the best Eastern manufacturers. NEW DRESS GOODS, SILKS AND VELVETS. A beautiful line of COUCH COVERS and PORTIERES in Oriental Weaves and Colorings just opened. LACE CURTAINS a specialty. Our stock being entirely .NEW throughout is an assurance <y getting only what is corrcct and stylish. /", Geo. R Taylor Co. LAMPS. LAMPS TO Bill! A T /v r\ 4- nil Dmi aaa A run Line cii aii rnut^. Sewing Lamps, beautifully decorated, fiQr Only BolBr?*L-mpS' . : : : $1-69 SEE THEM IN OlIR WINDOW. FOLDING BEDS At $10.65. Ladies' Secretary $6.25 All goods sold at low prices on reasonable terms. HERMAN FRANK, FRANK E. FOSTER, Receivers. WHITE, HANDLE? fl FOSTER, 8215, 82*?, S'UU JIAllKUT SlllLlft'. Apolt ("THE QUEEN 0 BEWARE OF DESPONDENCY Was too Much for Joseph Tayloi a South Side Citizen. fill: REVOLVER ROUTE CHOSE? A BULLET THROUGH HIS HEAT CAUSED INSTANT DEATH?HI COMMITTED SUICIDE IN Till KITCHEN, WHILE HIS WIFt AND FAMILY WERE IN AN AD JOINING BOOM?THE CORO NKIVS INQUEST HELD AT MID NIGHT. Joseph P. Taylor, an employe of th Riverside steel works, committed auicld about 11 o'clock lust night, at Ills home 3823 Jacob street. A 32-callbre revolve was the Instrument, and the ball wa used *vlth good effect, death ensuing a J most Instantly after he tired. lie leave a wife and four children, a son and thre daughters. Recently ho had become morose an< gloomy over his work not paying well and he was Idle yesterday and YVednes day. None of the family, however thought ho Intended doing away wit himself, not the.slightest intimation being given to that effect. The family <?< cupy throe rooms over Louis Hoel seller's grocery store. While his wlf and children were sitting in the mlddl room, Taylor went Into the pantry lead big from the kitchen, and with good a In settled his earthly career. The shot startled the household, and I was a sad spectacle that confronted thel gaze. Stretched full length on his bad In the pantry lay the husband am father. The silent mess?mgerhad come In stantly, and not the sign of blood oosei from ^ie h<de made by the bullet. Tay lor must have known Just where to plac the bullet, for a cleaner suicide Ik rarel; committed. The ball entered the rea part of the head on the right side. Drs. PIpeH and Melghen were hastll: summoned, but their services were no needed. A few mlnuteH later Coronoe SchUltzo arrived, and Investigated !h circumstances. Juat before midnlgh he rendered a verdict of suicide, prtmar: cause, despondency. The former occupation of (he decease* was that of a nailer, but of late years h has been a machinist at the Riverside lie has lived about ull his life on Ch South Side, and the news of his tragli death was a shock to his many friends. SHIPMAN CONFESSED To the Rohhory of the Sherrard Post , onice?A chapter From His Record. Clyde Shlpman, of Martin's Ferry, wh has been In Jail for a week, charged wUI robbing the poetofflce at St. Mary's, Ell county, Pa., about a month ago. \va given a preliminary hearing befor United States Commissioner 8. C. Mc Candless, says the Pittsburgh Time?" Since his arrest he confessed to robbinj the Sherrard. NY. Va., postofllc-, and th original charge was dropped. He waive* a hearing and was held for trial at Char leston, W. Va., November 10. Whei flrst arrested Shlpman was supposed ti know something of the Gower raurde on the Lake Ell? road. . The Sherrard robbery occurred in Ma: of last year. Soon after that Postoflw Inspector W. W. Dickson was about t. enter a boathouse near Bellalre, for th< / purpose of arresting John Cunnlnnljam who was Shlpman'* partner in the crime when he heard a shot within. When In entered, Cunningham was round dead 01 the lloor. The son o/his mistress ha< ; shot him. LOCAL BREVITIES W?tl?ri of.Minor .'Mo in in i In nml Alion ih? riir. Grand to-night?"The Strange Ad ventures of Miss Brown." The council committee on pollci meets this evening at 7:.t0 o'clock. Council committee on streets, alley and grades meets this afternoon at o'clock. The Relic Isle Park Association hel< a meeting yesterday and effected it organization. It wa* anything but the usual No vember weather yesterday. 'Twos per feet Indian summer weather. Rev. I>r. A. Moore will address th North street church Epworth Leagm next Friday evening; Ills subject, "Th Manly Man." There will be a waltzing contest to night at Dolan's hall, Ren wood, be tween Daniel O'Connor, the champloi waltzer of Wheeling, and James Flcm lug of Renwood. - No business was transacted yester day In the criminal court. The dockc on the felony cases will be called thi morning. Wiley Rowers will pvobabl: be tried this term on the charge of muf derlng llcnry Kiel, ABOUT PEOPLF. Stranger* In ttir City mi'l Wlirrllna Polli A l.n.n.I. C. B. Lrfvudeu and wife, of Hunting ton, are at the Windsor. ('. A. Weaver, of Moundsvllle, was I Me Lure guest yesterday. Attorney Oenernl K. I'. Rucktr wa an arrival In the city last night. John II. Thompson, of Pnrkersburg was among la?t night's arrivals at th' Howell. Miss LUzio Llllle, who has been II al her home on the Island for lhe pas week, Is improving. <>. W Mine and daughter, of Adonis !?. K. MHghon, of Littleton; M L, Rene dum, of Cameron, and .1. A. Roper am wife, of I'roetor, are West Vlrglnlani (it the Ktamm Miss Ha rah llnnen, youngest sister o Hamu'l I la nan. of MoundHVllle, Ih vis iting him, old friends will remembei mih.m Hanan as one of the ntudonti a Pleasant Hill seminary thirty-five o forty years ago. Lambert Naegeir, editor and publish er of the Montana Htaats-Zeltung, a Helena, Mdntami, who was the gues of his ulster, Mrs. I^ul* Mailer, <ir thi city, for some days, returned home tlili week lie in a brother of (b-nnai Nae?ele and the proprietor of a Hour lulling Irl-weekly newspaper. H19819 the floHnii Ml, Cnlvnry sin Hon, "Chrysanthemum -Iioin " opening Hunday, ol p. in . find nexl week. Con cell by Opera House orchestra 11(1 W I fall In nH?'Mit I lie ?iilr of l.mHi"' J * I ?!V nml I lillilrinN i n., hi ii M v I II I . (i (Mill X I O,' I OIlANIl Tiirlb Mntlp Lunch it Pete Zlinmn'M. N?? . ti.' Koff mi-vat, tjutuidnj | cvkiiliii, Nowmbir o. !'maris F TABLE WATERS") SUBSTITUTIONS. A PALACE OF FLOWERS will Ui> Thrown Open to tht Public Ban' u?y Afternoon, wlicu Cloriil Max I., P Ilea* ilaa Ilia "I'lifaaiilbiwam Hliow." Concert hy (lie Oprrii IIuna* Orelttilra. In a shall of crystal, Florist Max L Hess 1ms arranged to receive his ^ friends and patrons an4 the public in general, at a "Chrysanthemum show," next Sunday afternoon, commencing at > 2 o'clock, when the Opera House or: ! chestra will be In attendance and give 2 I one of Its enjoyable concerts. Mr. Hess' ^ palace of flowers Is located on the National road, cant of the city, Just this - side of the Mt. Calvary station, where persona attending the show will alight from the motor. ?lnce last aeason, which was Air. Hess* first In the llorlcultural line of trade, and before which he was the very efficient florist at beautiful e Wheeling park, he has made many Improvements and additions, most e prominent among which is the fourth greenhouse, No. 4. or "the rose house," r as It Is more familiarly known. Now he H has facilities for serving his patrons to the acme of satisfaction and without " the delay that Is sometime# so annoy n | iriK' lo persons warning iiuwiig ui buuu (i I notice. | As to quality, Mr. Hess has indrod I made a most enviable reputation In the ' past year. With the energy of youth I. j and the determination to succeed that . J ipive sent countless Americans to the front In the hurly-burly of business life, he has left no step untaken, no stone fl unturned to lure the goddess of Success, and the result Is a business built up within the twelve-month of which many a florist would be proud to possoys after yours of hard work and Intelligent application of Ideas. When ar? Intelligencer reporter stepa p<'d Into the cozy office of the Hess Kreenhouso yesterday afternoon, ho \ was surprised at the transformation '* that has taken place since last fall, "j Flowers everywhere, roses, chrysanthemums, Keranlums, lilies?of every colj or, shade and variety, give to the scene _ a tropical luxuriance that causes one to " appreciate the effort?long continued ? effort?necessary to bring about such a result. It is In chrysanthemums that Mr.Hess takes especial pride this fall. Th*y are Y to be seen hi beautiful arrangement and boundless profusion In the first of the four Breerthouses.and are the make' up of a show that will please and surprise all who attend the "Chrysanthemum Show" which constitutes Mr. ^ Hess' formal opening for the season. They are to be seen in red, pink, white, yellow and In all shades and tints. No such showing of the beautiful chrysanc themum has been seen in Wheeling bofore Mr. Hess determined to make hh 1897-98 opening a function that will be remembered by all who attend. Persons-who will And it inconvenient to . attend the opening of the show on Sun- ' day, should remember that the function will oontinue through next week r> when Mr. Hess will be pleased to r?> | k celve his friends and the public. I * AN ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION ri Tho council committee on finance mo: ? last night. In the absence of Col. Hork helmer, Mr. M. A. Chew acted as chalr, man. The principal business transact^ ed was tho adoption of Mr. Davison's motion to grant the request of City j Clerk Wat kins, who asked for an ud_ dltlonal appropriation of $3,000, to be ? divided among the departments. The r, money will be divided as follows: Por lice committee, <300; committee on real estate, $500; contingent expenses, $2,200. c WELLSBURG'8 READING ROOM. ? The formal openlng^Df the reading a toom In the George chapel, at WcIIh burg, on Wednesday evening, was well attended and It bids fair to be a valu0 able acquisition to that town. All the 1 talent taking part acqulted themselves * with credit. .Mr. nnd Mrs. S. George 1 will long be remembered for so kindly granting the use of the building, which Is so well adapted for the purpone, and, t aside from this, they very substantial aid financially, as well as by working ..aui.innitoiv /? in,t tho n m I t on foot. RICCI COMES TO WHEELING, c* As It was intimated recently by th(* Intelligencer that he might, Hlcardo Rlccl * has decided to make Wheeling his home 4 , again. Mr. and Mrs. Rlccl cornea back 1 this month. Mr. Hied win give vocal 1 Instruction, and Mm. HKcrl will Instruct 3 In instrumental music, especially the piano ami mandolin. Ilnckleu'a Arnica Snlv*. The best salve in the world for Cuts. Rrulses, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, ^ Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ' Chlllblalns, Corns, nnd all Skin Erupt? tlons, and positively cures Plies, or no pay required. It Is Kuarantecd to give . perfect satisfaction or money refunded. . I'rlce 25 cents per box. For sale by I?i gan Drug Co. 1 DON' r fail to attend th* ?nl? of Lnrile*', ami Children** H'riin*, Hitturdttj-, - tit K OOOU .t CO.'K t * !i SLOAN'S Liniment Is the great Fam>' lly Remedy. It penetrates so quickly. - Sold tif William Schwertfeger, 1110 Main street. J. M. THIRSWKND, of Oroahock! Tex., says that when he has a spell of Indigestion, and feels bad and sluggish, In- takes two of DeWltt's Little Early Misers at nlnht, and he Is ail right the next morning. Many thousands of others d<> the same thing. Do you? 1 Charles R Ooetr.e, Market and Twelfth streets; Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth a and Jacob streets; A, E. Scheele, No. <107 Main street; Extey Pros . petm and Zanu streets; Howie & Co., Pridgcport. ; a 7 DILI), J TAVIiOIl?on Thursday. November 4. l*i?7, * at II o'eloek |?. in . JOSEPH P. TAY- , LOIt, In his .Kith year. ; Funeral from his late residence, JWM Jacob street, Hlimlny, Novnmbor 7, at a p. m. 1 Interment at McMcchon cemetery. Kil? U'lu UivtU ?t f UNDERTAKING, ; r GUIS BKRTSCHY, i Lj r lunrrnl Director mi l Arterial linliulinnr, I HIT MAID KIWI, ' Cult* hy Tolrlilloon A muvi rrfl hny s (,i Nlcl't Moii? Ttlcphonn '-ii 4 K. Mi ii ". COR. Ah ilNiitiit'H Tehi plii'iM'. " aulO /\ LEXANDEI1 FREW, Funeral Director and Imbnlmor, 1208 MAIN HT? Under Compolciil MaiuiRPtiiMit. T"lrp||0h"- Mlore, Ilcsldiiue, 7f?1 BHUfciMMKR iV HILDBBRAND, 11M101 llfltK MM AM) IMIJUMlliS (rirnrr Viiikel nod JJil Mfee.* ?' T?Uphtili? 2V7< Open Lmj uud NIhM, hi) 21 GOOD CLOTHE8-KBAU3 BHQ3. GOOD CLOTHES Do not make the man, but good clothes will make a , good man better appreciated by his friends and the pub lie generally. Don't "hide your light" under ill-fitting, inferior clothes and thereby do yourself injustice. The BEST CLOTHES are so cheap here that almost everybody can afford them. The swellest and most elegant line of SUITS AND OVERCOATS AT $10.00, $12.00. $15.00, $M. QUALITY RIGHT, FIT RIGHT, MADE RIGHT. Money back if you're-not satisfied. See our new line of solid body French Percale Shirts, in the latest <P 4 /|A Roman Stripes. Price (JlivU KRAUS BROS., WHEELING'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS, STRICTLY ONE PRICE. 1319 MARKET STREET. CLOTHINO-D. OUNDLINQ ii 00. YOU'RE NOT AN EXPERT In tlie judgment of Clothing. You can't be. Many who have devoted a lifetime to the business are not always. Vonr absolute safety lies only in buying clothes from a reputable maker, endorsed by an honorable merchant. " . OUR CLOTHES ARE "REPUTABLE." We put our label on all dependable Clothing, and back that label for all there is in it, which means, money back if you want it. VVe do not liositate tn tell you that our Clothing contains the highest amount of intrinsic value at any price named. Reliable Suits from $10.00 upwards. Stylish Overcoats from $10.00 upwards, as high as you want to go. , llave you seen the new E. & W. Collar, "Bodie?" It's a corker. Sew Ascots. new Tecks, new Band Bows, new Puffs received weekly?always the newest at the "STAR/ / D.Gundling&Co. 34 AND 36 TWELFTH STREET. FRBW'8 FINE FURNITURE. UDUW'C UlMP ElIRNTTIIPr I'lUUII U J^lllJU U1I1U1U1I1J. Our New Fall Stock of Parlor Furniture, comprising Pallor Suits, Odd Pieces, Rock ing Chairs, etc., arc wonderful for their beauty and style and excellence of construction, as well as the very moderate price at which we sell them. Fine Parlor Rocking Chairs, in Forest Green, Royal Purple, Mahogany and Quartered Oak, from $2.00 to $8.00 each. These arc special bargains. Do not fail to sec them. ? Alexander Frew, XJIDA-XjUin IKT FURNITURE, CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, WINDOW SHADES, ETC, WO. 1HOO MAXN HTnmWT. fO RESTORED MANHOOD gSR f f "to Tii??rfwi?t rattuMir for MrvoutpMMrmHon ?ri?1 nil MrtOtwdlMftKiof ( Jl v>v iii**?'M#r?tl?nnn*0?of HlliwntX.'urli?jN*rrott?Prritritlnn. fill[fi I [""r 1 ""l W?iiiH"?,?.ifn|'ol?ncf.MKbtlf FmlMlrni,Totufcfttl nvrprt, ffm.f/.TT. wm/.i-xr- 'v>?u of Tohiireunr opium, which !#?() toCon< wWareWW"' Hiiai|Uloii mul-Anllf ?lih *T*rj IA ordi?r wntir* * written *u?r? UCiUUK JMUAfliilk 1 ? r ,r T?nld At VI .60 i*?r hp*.? how* For Mlo hv Will H. Plrkwon'M McLnro llouno Pharmacy. myll?dAw MKHCHANT TA1L01. INBUnANGBI. f?l8SS8cS888S8SSS888888S8^ REHL estkteF" I TO ORDER. I TITLE INSURANCE. 58 hulls lo order, SI 5,00 up 3';! K( - . ..1.. itiu nn..K XX If yoti nurrhnn or m?ke a loitn oft r#?1 Overcoats to ordar, JIMOap. 8x i -imo imv? Hm mto imurwi i?y ni? I pants to ordv, $uo up. >? wheeling Tide and Trust Co, ,3 tiv Vj ^ C> NO. IBI/1 MAHKUr ItTllliKr. vj C A L L I G A N, it. m i?'5S!?u Y) ' iV) 1, 1 HTII'U. HNNWIt W 142-t Mnrket Blri-ol, II v i KAMI IMI. . Vlr. Pr??M?i? Of ay: \vm. 11. niArv a??t H.-ctjt?nr u H. K. <lll,L-||HIHT..U?iimliier of JHIo?