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HA\-IIA\ DLE I'OI'I'EIL We«t«n people at home from the MUlf Fair are loud in their prallte» or PiV HAMtLt: «OF FEE. If It I» all they rial m for lt. I rau run olf'iOO Ib». a week. Re» pee t fol 1 y. «M K. *. PATTEK.VOX. Index to New Advertisement«. riTTH FAÜt Opera House— McNUb, Johnson & Slarin'a Minstrels. Wanted—Girl for Housework Shorthand School—L. Dow Pattou. For Sale—Frame Residence. Baker's Mairie Relief—F. H. Lange 4 Ca P*per Hanging and Decorating—David Kuer ner. natural Gas Fitting a Specialty. For Rent—Three Rooms. For dale—Eugine. Wanted—Situation. For Rent—Furnished Room. For Rent—Dwelling. Wanted—Nail Factory Machiuist. The Buchanan Mortgage Company. Olivette Ferry—W. H. Sadler. FIRST PACK. For Sale—Valuable Real Esiato. Additional Local on First Paye. IN A SMALL WAY. Poiated P«ociiin(< of Brief Items of Local Interest. Thk steamer, Ida Smith, will be the Monday packet fur Marrietta, 0. Two deeds of trust were admitted to rec ord in Clerk Hook's office yesterday. Three plain drunks, one of which was a woman, were diNpcwed of in Police Court yesterday morning. The Mannerchor Singing Society will give a dance at their hall on Tuesday evening, the 21st inst The Niagara base ball club of the South Side yesterday defeated the Standards, of Triadelphia. at Echo Point, by a score ol li to 5. Jl'DGK Jacobs, yesterday sentenced Lizzie Williams, the woman convicted ol l»etit larceny, to twenty days in jail. Court adjourned to Monday morning. Some trouble having occurred on sheet mill No. 3 at the Crescent Iron Works, the mill was off all week. Crescent Lodge held a meeting last evening, and it is un derstood that the matter has been settled, and the mill will go on to-morrow. There will lie a committee to wait on the citizens of Martin's Ferry, Monday, tor donations to the reunion on the Island Thursday. Any one wishing to give any thing it will lie heartily appreciate«!. Anything will he acceptable, except cof fee, as they have an abundant supply ol that article. Tribute of Kespect. At a meeting of tl»e F. I». Association )iel«i at liridgeport, Thursday, September 1*!, 1 -*->«», the secretary was instructed to draft resolution*of respect, WiiEEEAS, It lias please«! Almighty (iod iu the intinitude of his wisdom to re move from oyr presence by the hand ol death, our esteemed brother Joseph Me Con uaujf bey's wife; therefore be it HtmJet J, That the sympathy and re spect of the orticers and members of the F. 1». Association be tendered to his famil) aud friends of our brother. These résolu tious to be inserted iu the daily papers am a p»pv sent to onr worthy brother. Gkoruk C. Hamilton', .«Secretary of the F. H. A. St. Louis »u«i ti<-tum via B. O. For the Trienial Conclave of Kuight* Templar at St. Ia>uls, Sept. IS to uHJ. th< 1! A O It K Co w ill sell round trip ticket! to St. Louis at the lowest rate ever offered, ; good returning Sept. 28 inclusive. Par 1 ties going via H & O cau stop «»ver at Ciu « imufi both going an«l returning to visit tit«* Exposition. au advant:igc offerts! by n< other line. A sleeper J eaves Columbus or train leaving Wheeling !»:•*.> V running I through to St. Louis. Sleeping Cai berths OUU be «te« u red at depot ticket of rtce t>u tralu leaving ut M Cit> I time. OHIO KIVKR KAILltOAl). S|M>rial Sunday Kxcurniou«. (tu aa«l after July 11, iSi^i, the Ohit Kiver* Kail road Company will sell ex cur 1 ttiou tickets every Huuduy until furthei notice at the following rates: Wio^'Jiug U l'arkersburg und return, Wheeling • to Sistersville and return, $1,50. Ticket« I «>nly to I* used on day of sale. Trait I leaves Wheeling at 7:10 A. M. city time returning, will leave l'arkersburg at 4:1k" I». w. ft|)d Sistersville at 6:10 p. it, Wheel j ing time. Stockinette at Kmshiem«^. L.S.tio»u><4Co. sell dry goods the cheapest, Ik you want to learn »hört-band writing send one cent stamped self-addrc»»ed vu velope to S lee ».t Dibes, Stemjgraphers Columbus, O. The B. Jfc O. will *11 round trip tickets to Pittsburg at $1.511 and' Washington, Pa., at $1 even j Sunday morning. Trains leave at, 5:05 am I 7:35, city time. Br\* your cloaks at Etushcimer's. Sewastopol, Im*)#, Ottoman corsets hair and cheviot am! all tUu novelties ii dreMS goods at Enisheiiuer's. SNUL SUDnBHNGSL What the Week Brought Forth on the Gay Side of Life. THE PATTERSON-LORIHG RECEPTION And Other Evente that gave Amusement to the Belles and Beaui. PERT1REIT PERSONAL P0IKÎS. Around th« ball the Ught shon# down Oo half the beauty of the town, On swaying, perfumed multitudes, That rustled like the summer woods; And my own well-belored was there, And wore a white roue in her hair. NE of the largest and moat elegant social entertain ment» given in this vicinity for years was the re ception tendered Miss Lucie S. Hart, of Clarksburg, on Thursday evening last, at Mooumeut Place, out the National road; by Mrs. Andrew Patterson and Misses Minnie and Lucie Loring. Major Lor ing's mansion and the beautiful Patterson cottage were both thrown open for the eutertainment of the guests, all of whom enjoyed a delightful season . of aociaJ amusement. Carriages began arriving as early as £:3U o'clock, and as they rolled softly up the drive their occupants could not fail to notice the beauty of the sceue. Toe lovely harvest moon hail just risen in all its splen dor, casting a soft radiance over the earth, while Japanese lanterns scat tered about the park, lent additional charm to the eye. The guests were received in the mansion by Mrs. M:ijor Loring, Miss Lucie Hart aud Miss Lucie Loriug, while Mftj. Patterson, assisted by Mrs. A. S. Howell and Miss Minnie Loring, re ceived in the cottage. Both houses were ablaze with light, and inside the brilliance and beauty of the scene was be yond description. In one end of the large ball room of the mansiou the Opera Houso orchestra was stationed, and as the music tilled the apartment, fair ladies and gal lant men gracefully went through the figures of the lanciers or glided over the waxed floor in the enchanting measures of the waltze, while the hum of voices, the soft glow of the lights and the faint perfume of flowers that hung on the night breezes aud stole in through windows aud doors, lent a fascination to the senses that was delightful. The parlors, corridors and park aflorded promenaders excellent op portunity to indulge in those little tete-a ' tetes that are so enjoyable on such occa sions. A carpe ted walk led irom one house to the other, and the guests took advant age of the hospitalities of l»oth. At the cottage cards was the feature, aud an ex citing game of progressive euchre was play ed, the winners of which were presented with handsome prix,es. Both houses were beautifully decorated with flowers and plauts, which were artistically arranged. There were about one hundred and fifty guests, the elite of Wheeling and vicinity, present, among whom were sev eral visitors to the city. The costumes of the ladles were beautiful and rich beyond description while the gentlemen were at tired in full evening dress. At 12 o'clock elegant refreshments were served by Mrs. Ziegenfelder, which wero huartily appre ciated, and at J o'clock the guests l»egan 1 to depart reluctantly from the scene of gaiety. It was a memorable eveut and those who were fortunate enough to be present will long remember the pleas ures experienced on the occasion. The hostesses were the recipients of many con gratulations on the taste and elegance with which everything was arranged, and the delightful manuur the affair passed off. They have cause to feel proud of such a brilliant social success. Following are soineof the costumes worn 011 the occasion: Mrs. Loring, black aud white I striped velvet, point lace and diamonds; Mrs. Audrew Patterson, pompadour, black velvet oQstume, entraine, pearls; Mrs. A. •S. Howell, white satin corsage, embroid ered in pearls over blouk satuj; Miss Lor [ ing orange satin, with ecru lace and red poppies; Miss Lucie Loriug, pale blue silk with overdress of cream lace; Miss Lucie Hart, blue satin and brocade; Mrs. James Mi-Courtney, lavender plush, embroidered in crystal; Miss Lillie Hart, cream white gros grain silk and lace; Mrs. Bussing, of Chicago, ivory gros grain j with cardinal velvet trimmings; Mrs. Luston, of tit. Loujs, black thread lace; Mrs. Ueorge Wise, lavender satin and vel vet; Mrs. Hobert IMaplojqe, black silk eutraiue; Mrs. Prank Ifearne,lavender silk entraine: Mrs. Kirk Armour, of Kansas City, tan silk with panel* of yellow plush; Mrs. Prauk Jepson, pearl colored silk ! with crystal trimmings; Mrs. Arnett, pink satiu with gold lace; Mrs. OIlie Wilde, pink satin with swan's down; Mrs. J no. kihsliliitfcr. pink »urah with crystal trimmings; Ml m Pendlctoq, wl)it£ silk en tmine with crystal waist; Miss Maud i Echols, white silk with embroidery in colored beads aud pink feathers; Miss Virginia Simpson, block lace; Miss Ella Hervcy, black silk and velvet brocade; Miss Armstrong, cream satin with ostrich feathers; Miss Carr, ecru surah with red embroidery; Miss Mary Ott, pale bine snrah; Miss Fannie Bell, cream wool cos tume; Miss Ida Harden, black silk, cut square. On Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Mr. William Laughlin and Miss Auuie £. Odbert were married at the First Presby terian Church, Rev. D. A. Cunningham I). D., performing the ceremony. The altar was beautifully arranged with flowers, and the bridal formed a very pretty picture. Siguor F. d'Auria rendered the music in his accomplished maaner. The ushers were Messrs. W. W. Irwin and Steve Rice; the attendants Messrs. J. Har ry Odbert, brother of the bride, and Mar shal V. White. Thegroom is a son of Mr. Samuel Laughlin, and has many friends in the city and vicinity, while his bride is a daughter of Mr. Wm. B. Odbert of the snnfh «Tir! a charming young lady who s popular amon : a large circleofacquaint uiKxa Mi out* Mrs Laughlin left for an eastern bridal tour. They were the re cipients of a large lLst of handsome and costly presents. On Wednesday evening last, Mr. Antou Reymaun celebrated the lorty-ninth anni versary of his birth in a very pleasant way at his residence on Fifteenth street. Early in the evening the Opera House band ten dered him a serenade, and were invited into the house, where a large number of guests had assembled for the purpose of making the occasion a merry one, and right well they succeeded. The evening was passed in a delightful manner, in a stood old-lashioned way, aud when supper was announced the guests were in good ap petite to thoroughly enjoy the bounteous collation spread before them. A number of toasts were drunk to Mr. Revmann and his family, and he was the recipient of many hearty congratulations and good wishes for future prosperity. Among those prissent were mauy of our mast prom inent citizens. [Continued on Firnt Page.] ABOUT THE CITY. I'reseutatlon. Mrs. S. E. «loues wife of the Rev. S. E. Jones, of the Thompson M. E. Church, and teacher of the bible class connected with the Sunday School, was last evening pre sented with a plush, upholstered rocking chair by the members of her class. Mr. Fred E. Smith made the presentation speech, which was responded to neatly by the pleased recipient. A False Humor. A rumor was iu circulation yesterday to the effect that au accident bad occurred at tiie Elson Glass Works, in Martin's Ferry, resulting from the use of natural gas iu the glory holes. An investigation, however, proved the report erroneous, and every thing going on as serenely as a Summer's day, ami a hot one, too. Sent To Jail. William Garner was before Justice W. II. Davis, yesterday charged with threaten ing to kill Henry Miller and using pro faue language. In the later ease he was fined $1. ami co«ts and in the former was sent to jail in default of $200 |t>oud to keep the peace for oue year. His sou Joe, who was arrested for using abusive lau gn rge, was dismissed. NIcIioIn Vletoriou*. Yesterday the tie between Messrs. Nichols and McColloeh for the place of County Commissioner on the Democratic ticket in Richland district, was settled by a vote which was as follows: Brick school house—Nichols 8-1; McColloeh 52. Glenn Run school house—Nichols 157; McColloeh (»2. Total, Nichols 121; McColloeh 111. Nichols thus receives the place by a ma jority of seveu votes. Transfer* of Kent JNtaUt. Deed made the 1-itli day of March, 18*2, by William J. Porter aud wife, to James E. Green, l'or a certain piece of property in Pleasant Valley, Ohio county, on Edging tons' Run. Consideration $tt,900. Deed made September 18th, 1SSG, by John McLure and wife, to Lawrence Glatz, for lotnumlier 21, in John McLure's addi tion to the city of Wheeling, situated in the First ward. Consideration $130. Tony I'astor I.ast Evening. I.ong before the doors opened at the Opera House last evening, theeutranoe. aud pave ment iu front of the house were filled with a crowd of anxious pushing humanity, all wanting to get near the l>o.v office, iu order to be thetirst inside and secure good seats. Atter tl|e doors opeued a constant stream of people kept passing in until the amli troiuui was well Tilled and the gab lery was packed. And It may be said with perfect truth that not a persou left the house dissatisfied with the least pleasing part of the performance, if that part could l»e found. Messrs Leopold and Bunnell gave a clever musical act: Hi »es aud Remington presented "Our Railraad Hoarders," and "took the house" liy their specialties; Mr. Ifarry Morris, an old favorite, reucwed his acquaintance with his Wheeling trieuds, and was honored with many recalls; Mr. John F. Byrnes and Miss Hellene contributed a pleasing sketch, and Mr. Bryues' crayon work was especially cqmmnedcd. Mr. Paster sung three songs that brought down the house. TheE lectric Three won a fair share of the ap plausc. The Dare Brothers g:ive one of ihf.' hest acrobatic and horizontal bar acts ever given in this ».ity. Stewart Dare, who is minus one leg, and|is particularly act ive and supple, performs a number of feats which at first seem to be muscular im possibilities. and Thomas S. Dare made a really funuy and agile clown. The far cial afterpiece introduced nearly all the company and made a laughable ending to a very enjoyable performance. The show, taken in its entirety, is one of the most complete and satisfactory. The company is one of the best Mr. Pastor ever brought to Wheeling. It is understood that next season he will introduce a comedy, which is said to be very, very funny. Circuit Court, In Part II,of the Circuit Court yesterday, Judge Boyd heard the argument in a Chancery case, and the court adjourned till Monday morrnpg. In Part I, Jndge Jacobs sentenced Lizzie Williams to twenty days in the county jail. In this part the State vs. Dr. Fonuer will be put on trial, Monday morning. Struck an Old Man. William Lavelle yesterday morning got drunk, and running across Richard Brad ley, an old gentleman, struck him over the head with a heavy cane, knocking him down and cutting several bad gashes in his scalp. He was arrested by Officer West, and appeared before His Honor at the matinee yesterday afternoon, and was fined $20 and costs and sent to the work house tor thirty days in default of payment. Minstrel* This Week. On Tuesday evening next McNisb, Johnson & Slavins' Minstrels will appear at the Opera House in one of their refined performances. They were here last season and all who saw the entertainment were highly pleased. This year they come greatly strengthened, and, judging from the comments of the press all over the country, they are excelled by no company on thffroad. Seats on sale Monday morn ing at Baumer's. "Silver Spur." To-morrow evening that delightful com edy-drama "Silver Spur," will be presen ted at the Grand Opera House by a fine company-of which the charming little ac tress and Wheeling favorite Blanche Vau ghn, Is the star. The piece took immensely here last year and the prospects are tliat it will have a big run the whole week this season, and all lovers of the play should see it. Re served seats are on sale at Shield's music store. Camel's* hair underwear and hose at Emsheimer's. BASE HALL Y ESTE III) A \ • The Home Team Again Down» the I)u quuMieii in Fine Shape. In spite of the additions the Duquesne club had in yesterday's game they were agniu outplayed at all point* hy the home team. J. (i. Smith of Pittsburgh made his ap|>earance in the box for the local club, and had the visitors completely at his ! mercy, only two hits being made oft' his delivery. The fielding erroos were about equally divided the home nine having six against the visitors se von. Cons id ering the fact that he never faced Smith before Wright caught a good game. Dudley, S. White and Xichol fielded in fine form. Gray at third, did the best work for the visitors, while Os boru's work iu the points was a decided improvement on the visitors' pitching of the day before. The attendance was again very poor, and the home team came out behind financially. The Duquesne have had a fairly good reputation,and theWheel ing nine engaged them thiukiujg they eould play much stronger ball tlian they showed up, consequently the home team cannot be blamed for arranging games with a known Weak club. There will probably be a gaine at the reunion Thursday, between the Zanesville club and the home nine, and Stcubenville will play the following Saturday. Mr. Smith, whose effective work in the box was much admired, will remain here for the next few weeks and give the Wheeling club the benefit of his services. Following is the score in lull: W HE EM NU. __ ItH.|P.O.| A. I Whit«. J.. 1. White, S„ 2 Wright, c... O'iiriglit, 1. Niehol, s.... im.iley, :)... Ahl. m smith, ii.... Kuy*. r Totals.... 4 4 :t 0 3 1 4 0 I 4 0 I I 1 „...."in io Di g t ESN ES. IA B. K. BH. P.O.' A. tirey, 3 Swift, c Whitsell. m Richardson. 1. Wurden, (i Oabtiri), p RpQU. r.: McMillnu.2 Uiltuore, 1 Totals 30 0 I 0 » Ü 2 1 27 Inninw 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Wheeling 1 1 4 1 0 0 1 0 2—101 Pttquesues 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0— 2 j Earned runs—None. Two-haso hits—Xichol 1. lieft ou base»—Wheeling 5, Duqiiesnes 3. Time orgaine«—2 hours. t'mpire—Mr. J. Lark in. Cif E A pest dry goods at Kmsheimer's. Qur $3.QQ Ladies' Shoe. Made in extra high cut, both in kid and Morocco, also made ou the the common sense hist, are unexcelled in style and wear. W« a'so carry a full line of all kinds of shoes, ranging from $1.00 to $7.00 per pair. We sell for cash, and can. thereiore, give bottom prices, at J. W. A MICK's, 1143 Main SU NOTES ON WHEELMEN. A Fine Tour Through Virginia by Dr. Mason and John Topping. A DESCRIPTIOI OF THE RIDE. Other Items of Local Interest to Lovere of the Wheel, POT ID PERT1HEHT PARAGRAPHS. j» H E bycicle tour taken by Dr. C. E. Ma son and Mr. John Topping through Vir ginia, proved to be a most delightful one and the gun" tlemen have returned with glow in g ac count of the sport. The following de f scri p t io n of ri "<• rfj t h e tour written by Mr. Topping, will no doubt interest all our readers, especially the friends of the bycicle. Leaving Wheeling, says Mr. Topping, via the B. & 0., at 5 p. w., we arrived at Harpers Ferry for early breakfast. After liaviug taken in the historical points and >ther places of interest, we mounted our wheels at 11:3U o'clock, and wheeled to Winchester, "î*2 miles distant for supper. This carried us over the rough part of the valley pike, and into a country where bi cycling could be indulged in to perfection rhe ride from here on to New Market was & succession of miles of beautiful country, fine roads and good hotels. About six hours cach day was spent in riding, and the remainder of the time de voted to sight seeing and the enjoyment of that hospitality that only Virginians know how to show. From New Market to Luray, where the wonderful caverns are located, a distance of about twenty clastic miles, we encountered some very bad roads. Climbing the Massoueld Moun tains which were four miles high, and from whose summit the Blue Ridge mountains were seen towering above the cloud*, the scenery and the two hours spent in the caverns at Luray. fully compensated us for the weary ride of fort}' miles. Mounting our wheels at New Market, the ride to Staunton was all a wheelman could ask for. At Harrisburg we had the pleasure ol meeting Dr Ta tu m, a brother of Mr. Peebles Tatum of this city, of whose kind attention we were the recipients. At Charles town we also met an old Wheeling bov, Mr. Heiskell, son of Capt. Heiskell. From Staunton the Natural Bridge of Virginia was visited, and after a vain at tempt to find the niches wherein the am bitious youth had placed his feet to climb to fame, and carve his name nljovethe list, the Doctor determined the party should not be disappointed, and proved to ride his wheel up the side (as only a Wheeling wheelman could, ) ami then eclispe the man who jumped oft'Brooklyn Bridge, by coasting trom the dizzy height of 200 feet, to the rocks below. He no doubt would have succeeded had lie not l>een prevented by the little wheel ofhis machine, running up his back and becoming tangled in his hair. Returning to Staunton we crossed the mountains to Charlottesville ami on to Richmond, traveling through country never before traveled by bicycle. The roads were found to be bad, auil the lirst night had to be passed in the woods at the home of a farmer. The ac commodations were what the l>oys would call tough. A garret to sleep in, hot bread, bacon and weak coffee for breakfast. The next day, although attended with many difficulties in the way of sand and mud, necessitating about twenty-flvo miles of walking, was spent good humoredly. The natives never having seen a bicycle, created much sport for us. We were gazed upon as peculiar beings. I was asked if we had been out long, and could not resist the opportunity to say that we bad been away so long that we had outgrown our clothes, ind in proof of the assertion called atten tion to the length of the doctor's pants, After having a royal welcomo by tho old Dominion Club at Richmoud, we boarded the train for old Point Comfort, where we net the L. A. W. and joined them in hav ing a good time surf-bathing and sight teeing. The party here broke up. the Joctor going to Norfolk, returning home via Washington and Pittsburgh, and I ^oingto Baltimore, thence home. Wheel Note*. E. P. Baird a member of the Orange Wanderers.and hulderof tho 10 mile bicycle -oad record of America, was In town Tues luy, and t4»ok a moonlight spin over the Wheeling-West Alexander route. He pro nounces it fine, and a ride that the Wheel ing wheelmen should feel proud of. Mr. Baird is a line fellow and makes a jolly companion on the road. [Continued on fVr*/ Page.] t|aU Clothing. Do You Want a Stereolyped Boj? BOYS' CLOTHING FOR FULL, * Novelty reigns all thorough it : Materials, Shajie m Get Up of It, As new as an untroddren forest. )t rive n Panic to every Old btockot Boys Clothing witw its shadows. Nothing like we ever carried before. «(SCOTCH GOODS)« And Domestics that Look.Like Them. Smooth Fabrics and Rough, Fancy and Plain, and jN as far awav as we could get trom the long-ago-liM,,»^ out stvles that clothing houses tliiuk safely aiu:ini, enough to sell. We follow the same clean track in u,, materials, as well as Correct Style, Perfect Fit and Superior Make. Never in our experience did we show such a s|>len<liil bewildering am# beautiful CHILDREN'S \ H„V<. CLOTIT1NG. Your'e after new clothing aren't v„uv Don't imagine vou have looked upon elegant dotLins for the lads until you see ours. D, GTJNDLING & CO., !S"o. 30 1 3th Street, Outfitters for Boys and Childern. (guns and Soadd Shells. s * m TaFs tnTiTtîTï f ciï i ïn t As to Finish and Fine Shooting Qualities. THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS OCR LEPBYKR HAXMEKLKxsiilV AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING MAKERS : "Lefever" Hammerless, "Parker," "Colt," "L. C. Smith" "Pieper," "Remington," "Clabrough," and other double guas Also the "Spencer Repeating Shot Guns," and all the different grade of Fine Rifles. Agent for the Chamberlain Cartridge Co.'s Machine-load ed Shot Gun Shells, which are now being adopted by all the leading sportsmen in the country. I. G. DILLON, JEWELER, No. 1223 Market Street. - Wheeling. W. Va. £teinu:ap fîianos. SÏEÎNWAY *t SONg ^piRne«^' ALSO THE CELEBRATED Kran ich 4» Bac^ piünoS<* FOR SALE ONLY BY • IF1. W. BATJMEB, t^lO "Vf.-n-k.-t Ol . CrUTAIAN <Sc COMPANY, mammoth clothiers, Now at the very dawn of the Fall Season we want our Readers, Customers and the Public generally, to know why they should deal with to î ,-ißCT w 1 11 • r- . vWtv nn"4 Perfection in Quality. Where else will you find the enormous assortment of everything pertaining M RSI—We excel all in size of Stock, Greatness ot Variety, an^ x, ^ Man's or Boy's Wardrobe that is shown on our Six Floors. , „ r < ß „i;au]P Clothintr to the Public, driving out to a great extent the horrible shoddy s SECOND—We were the First House "way before de war" to introduce really Good. Re .able Uothing to tne ruo.i g g which some Clothiers still persist in handling, to the detriment of the Public and the discredit ö eI^s^ rnntrnl certain lines of Goods to capture special bargains, and <>ffer 1 THIRD—The immense amount of Goods required for our ever-increasing business, enables us to control certain lines ot Uooüs, capiu p g ^ to the People at Pricces below Competition. Perhaps there has never l>een a Season bri customers "catch on" to the Neat < most of the great choice of Goods « «,.uw „.n.* m — - o x — o- . .. . „ ^ t Tailors in the land, at about one-half the Tailors price, rneaswmiicm'". ^ ivays still grater in comfortable Sticks. Our display ot Light TV eight ( a j have ever shown. % * . . Tmind eo 3 Prettiest Stvles, and gather the Handsomest Materials to be i ^ a ^ >een hemmed in by no ideas that maybe a fabric was too tine to jt ^ .jiiuug iic-ic mat iuuiuera cun uuy pruufiiuv to sive me »uuu «n« ...0. .. nlfm> r . pvpplience of stvle. material and work, than you y1 I..,. »mu m uur stock the Harris Cassimeres, Bannockbums and Worsteds, the best things that are made, and you wi 1 , , Short Pants Suits we show 160 Styles, nothing like ^ worth. In School Suits, both in Long and Short Pants, we show hundreds of styles, and we've seen to it that they are made right strong. In UlWrcn 9 ^ort ram» Bum . j been seen here for beauty of style and lowness of price. Even* buyer is invited to call and post himself in prices and styles. M. GUTM AN & CO., Lowest Clothing House in America. Retail Department. Corner Main cfc TwelftH Streets.