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FAU? CLQTHiyO
The Height of f
Double Breasted S<
Made of Heavy W(
and Fancy Worsteds.
The length, the hanj
arc exactly ana precisei
We are showing ext
tire Jine this /all, and i
elsewhere* No matter
you money..
A New Line of Top Coals J
Values beyond comf
Children's Department.
We still present for 3
SUITS in Ibwn, badly
replenished now.
Autumn Neckwear
in new tints and sha
M. G1JTM
Retail Department.
BOYS' OLQTHINQ
Well-Dre
Refect Gedit U]
It is not an expensive bi
fashionably, if you buy th
We exercise the greatest
matter how low the pt
amount of intrinsic value
receive.
I,2M pairs of Saee Pants,
Short Trouser Suits * .
Bojs' Long Trouser Suits
Beautiful line of Beefers,
from 3 to II
Your money back, when
you do not like.
D. Gundl
Complete Lines fro
Important Annot
We have secured tbe exclusive a*enc
New Chamber
Pon't be talked Into buyln* aomethl
fr.-.ni abroad, who Is hero to-day and 01
Like the OTHER poor, we are always wl
every promise and statement wo make
You can have tho TEN LARGE V(
make email WEEKLY OR MONTHL
We fully bellevo that tho NEWLY I
and at the price has no rival We furtb
this is true. We have some printed ari
vinclnr as an examination of tho Encyt
No. 1301 j| CTA1SJ
Market St. |! >3 1
. FACEMAi
GAIN." MARRY A PI
SAP
EDUCATIONAL.
West Virginia
Conference Seminary
Thorough. practical, economical.
Thirteen competent lnntructom.
Moral Influences tlio best
COURSES?
Classical, Scientific, literary, Normi
Music. Art. Business, Elocution.
LADIES' HALL furnished throogho
with steam he.it, cleotrlc lights, ba
room*?an 1D1SAL CHRISTIAN HO J*
FOR VOCNO LADIES. Room anil hoa
Jn this Hall per week J3.C0; per year, i
eluding tuition. 1140.00. Special Indue
merts to TEACHKflS.
^xpennes of Young Men per year J123.I
Winter term beslns November 13; Sprli
term M.? - n 8.
For particulars write
S. L BOYfRS, Pre?idenl,
"rtl Buclihannon, W. Va.
Mont de Chantal Academi
I \Dr? tilt DIRECTION OF Jilt
SISTERS OF THE VISITATION.
First-clans tuition In all branches. E
crllont accommodation*; home comfort
poikI t&blc; large and healthy rooma; ?
tensive grounds; pure ?lr.
For terms and other Information.
address
Dircclrcss of Mont dc Chantal Academ
VVhwnm. W. Vi>.
n;scr.ANCB.
F2E7?L- ESTHTB
TlTl V TMCTTIJ k Mrc
11 A L,?j jmourvAnui:
If you purchftM* or make a loan on real
have the title Insured by tba
Wheeling Title and Trast C(
NO. IlliJ MAKKlcr HTltKKT.
>1. M. nuurlL Preside
L. V. BTIFLL Seoreiai
C. J. HAW Li NO Vic? Preside;
WM. 11. TKACV" Aus't. BocreUi
G. Ft. S. ai.A^irili:^T..i;sftiulncr ct TU)
d?ii
-Id, OUTMAN & 00.
ashion.
ick Suits.
?
ight Black and Blue Serge, Cheviots
j, the lapels and the general make-up
y right, and SO ARE THE PRICES.
raordinary values throughout our en'
? i?t. i?
i win pay iv luuii "uv u?w?. uunug
haw small your purchase, we can save
lust Received.
ictition in our
our inspection the best line of BOYS'
broken at tlie first cool weather, but
pes.
AN & CO.,
Main and Twelfth Sts.
-D. GUNDLINQ ACQ.
ssed Boys
pon Their Parents.
isiness to dress your boys
leir clothes at the ririit shoD.
O 4
care in our selections. No
ice, we give the greatest
that is possible for you to
doable seat and hues, at 50c.
$2.51 to S5.W.
.... $191 and Dp.
Top Coals, sizes
.... $151 to $11.(1.
you want it, for anything
r>\ , *
i r\
ling & Uo.
m Shirts to Orercoat&^^r
jncement
'.y for Wheeling and vicinity for the
Encyclopaedia
Ing you don't want by tho gmooth gentlemen
ut,of reach to-morrow. Our case is different.
Ith you, and ready to mako good any and
as to this famous work.
2LUMES on payment of |3.00 down, and then
Y PAYMENTS until paid in full.
tEVISED CHAMBERS Is second to none,
icr believe that we can convlneo YOU that
Ruments along.thls line, but none aro so con:lopaedla
Itself. We solicit correspondence
TnNT'Q OLD CITY
-1 VJIN o bookstore.
' PROVEA FOUL BAR^
.AIN GIRL IF SHE USES
OLIO
j STOVB3 AND BAN0B8.
c
* Think of Every
Good point a perfect cooklnf appllanco
should have? thon examine tha
ri i?Ji- "D~~?"
v^uiuciciia jLvaiigu*
Makes kitchen work s pleasure.
Jj GOOD BAKERS-PERFECT ROASTERS
Sold with that understanding.
We have them in several stylos. Call
x- and sco them.
nesbitY^ero.,
1312 Market St.
y,
DI5NTISTUY.
= ete7 worth en.
DENTIST."
i Pea body Building, Room No. 301.
tm 1126 Market Street... Wlioeling, W. V?i
-TAKK Xl.nVATOn. Jrni
- ?
MArriTMsav.
). I l^EDMAit * coGENERAL
MACHINISTS
y AND MANUFACTUXUSB8 OF MARINE
rf AND 0TAT1ONAHT ENOXNC8.
" Jul7 W,Incline. V/. Va.
WILL HE ANSWER IT ?
An Offer to the Democratic CongrcsKioaal
Candidate
WHICH HE WILL'HAVE TOTAKH
CP OB CONFESS HE' MADE A
MISSTATEMENT IK HIS SPEECH
AT THE OPERA HOUSE ON WED
HBBVAX HlUilx?nunuuuuw
BROTHERS WILL FAT MR.
BLAIR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A
POUND FOR EVERY POUND OF
.WASHED WOOL IN HIS COUNTY.
In his speech in the Opera Ho die
Wednesday nlgbt. Candidate Blair made
a misstatement, possmly under a misunderstanding.
but nevertheless a misstatement,
that showed a woeful Ignorance
of matters about which the
nominee of the Democratic party In <h^
First congressional district ought to be
posted thoroughly.
The Intelligencer Is prepared to ahow
conclusively that Mr. Blair did not tell
the truth when he Bald Wednesday
nlgbt that wool has not been so low
since the panic of 1893 as It Is now.
His own organ, the Register, Quoted
him as follows: "The speaker found
by consultlnR Dun's report, that wool
had not been so low since the financial
panic of 1893."
In Its report of the meeting, the Intelligence:
sulci; "Air. Blair had the
nerve to speak of the price of wool, and
made the prepodicrou.j statement that
wool Is lower now tnan n nas ueen *mw
1S93. This Is a bare-faced misstatement,
and Mr. Blair Is indeed a backnumber,
If he doesn't know it. He said
the farmers are now getting: 1$ cents a
pound for wool. In rebuttal of this It
is only necessary to quote Tuesday's
wool quotations."
At that -time the Intelligencer did not
have the opportunity to present figures
more In detail. Yesterday an Intelligencer
man called upon Messrs. Horkhelmer
Brothers, of Main street, and secured
from Mr. Louis Horkheinier the
following figure*, which show the average
price ol wools, washed and unwashed,
from 1803 to 1898;
Pino Medium
Tear. Washed. Unwashed.
188 3 20 18
188 4 ? 15
1896 13 IS
189 6 1C 11
189 7 21 IS
189 8 l!6-Z7 20-21
This stamps as false Mr. Blair's
statement as quoted in his own party
organ. ON THE CONTRARY WOOL
? MrttTP Ut/IDPD fPtTAV TT WAS
lO iivri niuiuiit J i
BEEN SINCE '"l,E FINANCIAL
PANIC OP 1S93.
MeBirs. Horkhelmer added that their
WOULD PAY MR. BLAIR TWEXTYFJVE
CENTS A POUND FOR ALL
THE WASHED WOOL HE COULD
RAKE UP IN HIS OWN COUNTY OF
DODDRIDGE. >110 wlitch comes much
ot the wool bougM by the firm.
The muslca3e and converasationfi 'or
the benefit of the King's Daughters ot
St. Matthews P. E. church, given at the
McLure last evening, calle-l oirt a rep-,
resent&tive audience and wua an Interesting
affair from every point of view.
This organization, of which Mr*. George
-R r^Mweii le the leader, la to be con
gratulated upon the successful outcome
of every thin# undertaken by it. The j
young1 people who contributed the artistic
enjoyment all merit the highest approval
They were Mrs. Fred Frazler, i
Mrs. Leon K!ee, Mitt Margaret Harvey,
Miss Sue Caldwell, Miss Gertrude Rcis- |
ter. Ml as Virginia Harrison. Mi ss Harriet
Dalzcll, Mr. A. A. Taylor, Mr. Jasper
Baum, wingers; Mies Emily Pollock,
Miss Ell i Brice and Miss Martha D. |
Caldwell, pianists, and Miss Ella Chew,
elocutionist, who made a most attractive
programme ensemble. Mrs. Ricardo
Riccl, Miss Annie V. Sage. Miss Lutie
Hicks. Mr. Robert Gilchrist, and Mr.
Nelson Vance, beautifully supported the
vocal work. ,
Speaking of the Blair break. Mt. Mor- 1
rls Horkheimer said that the Democratic
candidate possibly meant unwashed
wool, but even then his statement Is untrue,
for unwashed woo!, like washed,
Is higher now than It has been since 1S93.
It will be noticed that all wools went
up decidediiy upon the enactment of the
Dingily tariff act, which protects
American wool from the inroads of AustraHan
and other foreign woolr. Continuing,
Mr. Horkheimer said that
washed wool Is standard in this section,
the larger part of the purchasest of his
firm from Western Pennsylvania, Eastem
Ohio and West Virginia being of
tho washed grades, so in trpeaklng of
the prices of wool, Mr. Blair could not
take the unwashed grades and cite their
prices as the- ruling price for woo.' in
this section.
A FLOBAL PALACE
Ii the !fetr EaUbllahment of I?? A. Smith
on Twelfth Street.
A floral oatace Is the new establishment
to bo opened to-morrow morning
by L A. Smith, the Island ilorist, at 66
Twelfth street Mr. Smith cordlolly Invites
his friends and patrons to call at
his new place of business on Twelfth
street and Inspect his large, varied and
beautiful stock of plants and cut flowers.
It Is well worth a visit to his
salesrooms <o see what can he done In
the scientific culture of flowers.
Mr. Smith will make a specialty of
flowers for funerals, an well as for
weddings and other social functions.
His facilities are excellent for the
prompt filling of any order, however
large it may be.
Don't Procrtitlnklf.
When you ore sick and have tried everything
to get back health and you are
told that you can have the advice of
the greatest and most skilled specialist
of the ape, free of expense, you arc very
foolish If you do not hasten to take adUAntnxa
nf l> Hr RrAUnn K Wnnl TJYnir_
teontli Street. New York City, the most
famous specialist nnd mont successful
In curing disease, will Rive you advice
by letter, free. The debilitated, those
who have lost <helr vigor nnd vitality,
should seise this chance. Don't be miserable
but write to Dr. Greene to-day
and you will thank us for telling you.
Iloir to lionk (Inml.
Good looks are rcnlly more than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of all the vital organs. If the
llv<*r bo Inactive, you have a bilious
IOOK; ir your niomncn do aiaoruerca.you
haw n dyspeptic look; If your kidneys
he affected, you have n pinched look.
Secure good health, and foo will surely
have good looks. "Electric Blttera" Is
a flood Alterative and Tonic. Acts directly
on the stomach, liver and kifineyi.
Purifies the blood, cures pimples,
blotches and bolls, and gives a good
complexion. Every boltle guaranteed.
Wold nt Ix)gnn Drug Co.'s Drug Storo.
&0 cents per bottle._ G
DOLLAR Foster Patent Kid Glovea SO
cents at TUB HON TON.
If (lie Uulif la ChIIIiir twtli.
Be sure and use that old and well-tried
remedy, Mro. Wlnslow's Soothing
Hyrup for children teething. It noothea
tho child, soften* tho gums, allays ail
pain, cures wind.colic and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle tn-wft?
fbe Easy Foo
Easy to Baj
Easy to Cool
Easy to Eat
Easy to Diges
Nnaker Oal
& At all grocei
2-lb. pkgs. onl
RED CROSS SOCIETY.
# ????
a no ncparw m? ~ ?
fin. Joha B. Otvdta, and ortkafni
nr./ Mrs. JcmmU P. SImom.
The Red Cross Auxiliary No. 77 w
organised Jtdr U, 18SS, and elected t
following officers:
President?Hi* WilHam. P. Butler.
Vice-Presidents ? Mewlames O.
Rawllng, John Wagner. Hi E. Dal si
M. Soonebom J. D. MJcFaddcn, W.
Lewis; Catherine Meyer, W. B, He
bard' and lllse Jennie Bailey.
Treasurer?Slra J. P. Sisaon.
Correspond!n* Secretary?Mr* J
Uw Pollock.
Recording Secretary?Mrs. John
Garden.
The first, meeting* **re held la t
Carrott Club Auditorium, which *
kind!)- donated' by the manegeme
The use of the liecrne Tafoernadle
headquarters for the Auxiliary v
generouaty tenderdi by air. Wllltam
Hearne, and wan gratefully aoceptod
During the time Intervening bet,we
the date at organization and' the pn
emt, the members of ttie Auxiliary ha
worked faithfully and weK, but to t
ladles comprising the various comm
tees sptdal credit le due. The eiecutl
commute has been efficient, and li
faithfully attended to all the details
the ?X)rk of the society.
The committee on ways and mea
has become especially active in devlsl
* ? tfty hA TWV
The Vcmubioa Day and- the boxeif plac
In public pla??9 were due to this coi
rrrfttee, and to them t'he society Is J
debted' for a large part of the mon
collected.
Tlie cutting committee was kept bu
a? the record of their work show* Th
report having cut 650 garments. Th
the membership committee was faith!
In its work Is evidenced by the Ion* I
of names of active and honorary mei
bens on their books. Some of thei
however, were secured by other work*
la t'he society.
Th? convu.Hee on distributing a
packing reports having b^ik sev
boxes, containing altogether 1.C97 ar
cles. M>uch credit Is d ue this conxmdtt
as well as the committee on cuttli
for their falthfuhieso in being prese
at the headquarters of the sdbiety eve
day. Mwb good bas been done, a
many of our wounded and suffer!
soldiers andl sailors have been help
for which th* AuxlWary deserves cred
The society is Indebted to Mess
George E. St'itfel & Co and Mr. R. H. L
tor packing boxes; to the Singer a
otanauru oewin^ v^uiib^oiui
for the Joan of sewing: machine?; to 2k
Ml R. Wolff, for the free use of a te:
phone; to Uio Wheeling and) City H<
pitais, for their offers to take so Id lei
to Mr. W. H. Prank, for services of 1
employes for one day's work; to 2?
George L. Doirst, for use of his stc
rooms to receive dividends; to t
press for their assistance;
air. Zicvejy iwr awimnuu vi otcm
and to adl Who have in any way contri
uted to the success of the Auxiliary.
MRS. JOHN B. GARDEN,
Recording Secretary
TREASURER'S REPORT.
Mm II. B. Irwin S3
Fourth Street M. R churob 22
First Presbyterian church..... IS
Second Presbyterian church 11
Samuel Bloch 6(
G. W. Stocking, Sistersvilie, through
Dr. Dickey 1C
Cash. Mrs. Meyer t
H. K. List - 6C
Cash, Mrs. Meyer H
Mrs. Wm. H. Hearne 1C
Cash
Cash I
Mrs. Lawrence Sands..... t
Mrs. Annie Burke I
Mrs. W. P.-Hubbard, for work 3
Mr. Lucius Hoge 1
Ways and means committee at
Durst's r.r
Mr. Dewey 1(
Mrs. W. P. Hubbard 3
From boxes, through the ways and
means committee 1
St. Paxil's church, through Mrs.
Meyer i
U. P. church 1(
Philippi - )
From box**, through ways and
means committee J
Mrs. J. D. Culbertson
Miss Virginia Miller I
nurlmrtn CurAnn Xift fttld M?rv
Swift 1
Mr. J. A. Miller :
St. John's church 2(
St. James* Lutheran church W
F. Schrnk Sc Co f
From boxes J
Mr. John A. Fawcett
Cosh, Mrs. Meyer 1
First Christian church K
From boxes <
St. Paul's church, Mrs. Meyer
Daughters of the Confederacy 1(
Daughters of the Revolution II
Mrs. George Adams I
From boxes, through ways and
means committee '
Cash I
Sale of Pins '
Second Christian church...* 3'
Cosh 2
Receipt# from donations 4i<
Receipts from duos 11!
Total receipts tfw
Disbursements 2?
Balance in treasury $31<
MRS. JENNIE P. SISSON.
Trcasurei
TIM VlnVa Tlonrrntnvc will rlvft
Free Concert nl the Fourth Street M.
church at 8 o'cJock thlsr evening
which Mm Martha E. WW taker v
F-lirjr. Mrs. Whitaker neMs no introdi
tion. to a Wheeling: audience.
DOLLAR Foster Patent KW Gloves
oenu? at THE EON TON
MARRIED.
RU8SI5LL?BURKE?On Thursday. Oc
her 27, 1898, by tho Rev. DnvJd A. Ci
nln*rhaiu, D. D., pastor of the F1
I'r^sbyterlan church, MR. HENRY
RUSSELL And MRS. ANNIE HE
KELL BURKE.
DIED.
RODGI5RR?At tho residence of his p
ontH, No. 100 North Front str
(Island), on Tuesday. October 25.
11:1? o'clock a. m., LEE MURFlN.oi
child of J. V. L. and Ophelia L. Ro<
rrs, in his 17th year.
Service* at tho resldenco nt 12 o'ck
noon Friday. October 28. Interment
Wclisbur*. w. Vfl., leaving on tno 3
p. m. 'ruin. Pan llandlo rond.
UNDERTAKING.
fouls BERTSCHY,
tuncral Director ani
Arterial Embaltner.
1117 MBlnmrxxl,
can* ny icicpnon? Annwewi vkj
or Night. Store Telephone CS&
llealdtnre. MS. Aaalat*nt'a Tel#
phon6j_ Wi. aiu
ALEXANDER FREW,
Funeral Director and Embaime
1208 MAIN ST,
Under Competent Management.
Telcphonea?Store. 228: Itoaldence. 758.
BRUEMMER & HILDEBRANI
11 MR U DIRECTORS AND LMBALMLRS,
Corner Market ard 22d Streets
Telephone 807. Open Day and Nlghl
m/2
i?^ 1;
J OLOTHTHO-B
i Oar Clotbing
s Hast Be "Just
rs
y and that "Jo* ?o" moat mi
Brot.' label. Tin wm 4ppll<
Tldtualtty u obr ctochlns poi
1> price* show.
u*
The former touches the top notch of
'** oon?l*t?nt with f?lr worth.
* Oar 10 and 12 Do
>U.
B. in Jfflxed Oaaaimere* and Cb
lb" . from the ordinary 10 aatf 12
l?ssty made and UnMiedt, at
pile* to OVERCOATO TTe
B. 10 ,011 j] Dollar* unusual va
be our are omnuaL To
yia
* we wwildn't bo different fro
as
j? Call and be Convinced.
iKRAUf
* WHEELING'S F0RE1
JJ Strictly One Price.
rfc ~ ~ - =
tangP
TJ ]
This offer will only last t
J{| have been exhausted.
rs. To those who desire *jjure, unsdultersf
lc?- of the Mononenbels Valley?far-fumed
j now is your chance. Remember, root
n<t Wad, or we will assort it ss yoa sped
ir.' The Whiskey offered in tl
? is genuine rye whiskey, sever
S cially, but aged in bond. T
^ chased for less than $5.00 else
? WE SEND II
t 4 BOTTLES
And trety bottle is imrsnteed to bolt
sotae thst this firm will do exactly as
JOS. FLEM1
iOO WHOLESALE AND Rl
!g 410-412 MARKET ST
iOO I i
:? miHMniHifliiniHnHiinmnii
i oo V w
\! HARPER'S
: oo mm during 1899 will contain <
j h mm curate accounts of all no
!?> ml occurrences as they trans
110 Ifll foreign lands. Eminent r
i m hm guished artists will contrib
mm readers will have the mo
i oo NW
!| 5 PICTORIAL
Is S OF THE
108 Mi
s?W ;W
i os qjjj During 1899 HARPER'S V
? M Iy rich in fiction, containii
MM pen of H. Q. Wells, auth
r w Worlds"; " The Consp
Ea X Chambers; a romance o
at ^ by E. S. Van Zile, and s
,"! W. international fame. Artid
dents in our new posses:
63 Cuba, and Puerto Rico, wit
V will fill the space left by
t?- 0 THil CiihcrmH/
n't & M.11UI CIUUi3WXiMtr
IS- S
I IK^ 2?
>ck W ^P|p^ harper &
01 ffll Franklin Squa
DINNER AND CHAMBER 8E1
JOHN FRIEI
I*.
Largest Ass
^ ...DINNER AND CI
at the best value
can bo had at
? JOHN FRIED
i 1119 MAIN
So."
s just rtsbfc or It cannot bear Knaa /J
m to our pticw, as much marind taOf |
rnw. Junt eqoaltr a? much do. oar , ,lj
jwrfeadook the Utter tho lowest notch ;.|j
liar Suits if
| i
eviota, also Plain Wtmi, in DUWrot.
Dollar 9ufta. Every garment la ?au)t*
id of course a perfect fit. The uos'ap* :
j...
're ahoTring exceedingly nobby ontl M |
.litts. Probably you * ?ay ttwtiaH
u've guessed right. If they mre uaari .
m oth?r (tare* that'* It In a buMmI.,
BROS.,
MOST CLOTHIERS, f
1319 Market Street..
BEST OFFEtfl
EVER MADE.
Think of it?four quarts of
ither Finch, Overholt, Gibson g
>r Guckenheimer pore Rye,
[not Bourbon] Whiskey, for
(3.25 and delivery charges
prepaid, sent in plain package.
intil the 500 barrels in stock
led product of the famous Distilleries
for the excellence of tbelr product, 'ii
order may include one bottle of each g|K
fy. J
lis most liberal of al! offers,
l years old,?not aged artifi- -'jj
liie nrliielrair Miitinf lu? nHr. 7J
JUM nUM?\>jr WU1AUVD wv |IIM fl
:where?
1 PREPAID
FOR $3.25.
I a fall quart Thi? paper will guarU
aaya. bead la your order at once.
CNG ?5c SO NT,
(TAIL DRUQQ18T8,
PITTSBURQ, PA.
WEEKLY ? |
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teworthy and interesting M ]
;pire in our own and .in M
nen of letters and distin- ?
ute to its columns, and its jZ
st impartial and the best ?
, HISTORY c. S
: YEAR . 3
VEEKLY will be especial- ^
ng serial stories from the M
tor of "The War of the ? H
'irators," by Robert W. 2
f De Soto's last voyage, g
hort fiction by authors of ?
les by special correspon- 2 $
iions ? Manila, Honolulu, 2
;h other interesting matter,
contemporary events..
on, Four Weeks | J
N5-J0HN FRIBDEL & CO.
)EL & CO.
iortment of
fUMBLK StTS...
> for the money
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