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WIIKKLINU, W. VA., OCTOISKH 30,1KHH. H
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. ?
FOB PRKSIBENT, 0
liKNJAMIN llAKKlSON.of Indiana.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT, 11
LEVI P. MORTON, of New York. tt
FOB EI.ECTOM-AT-l.ARUK, lj
AU0D8TU8 POLLACK,of OhloCouuty;
T. P. 1>A VI US, of Fnyctto County.
Flrat?ANTHONY SMITH, of Tyler.
Second?ft. K. FAST, of Monntiptliu. S
Third?J. W. 1IKAVNKK, of llpdiur. ,
Fourth?J. A. UlllttONri, of SJuon. 1
REPUBLIC A S STATE TICKET. J
FOU UOVKilNUJt, j|
NATHAN GOKK, uf Hiirriwm County. j
GEO. M. nOWKlUj.ol licrkeloy County,
VOn TIIEAHUUKR, t
111 RAM LEWIS. of Clay County. 1
FOB ATT0K5EY OKNKltAL, c
Wil. P. IiyiUJAKI), of Ohio County.
FOU 8l!I'KIUNTKNI?KNT OK *011001*,
T. II. McClUUE, of Wayne County. i
FOB JL'DOEH Xl'PJtKMK COL'KT, f
JOHN W. MASON, of Taylor County: i,
II. e. McWllOItTEK, of Kuuuwlm County. L
i on coNoitf>?. 1
Flrat District?CJ. W. ATKINSON, of Ohio.
Kecuml DUtrlrt?W. II. II. FLICK.of Berkeley.
Third DiMtiri?J. II McOIKN'M, of Kul?-i>;h. t
fourth Ulfilrict-C. is. SMITH. ?>i noou. c
^ von aiicutrjui>a a. .
JOSKril It. I'AULL, of Ohio County. 1
JOHN. A. CAMPJtELb, of ilmicuck Couuty.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
TOR STATE 8KNATK.
B. J. SMITH, of Hancock County.
IIOUfiK OP DEl.KOATK*.
FRANCIS T. WOOD,
HUOO I. LOOS.
W. il. DUNLA1'.
THOMAS C. MOFFAT.
JOSEl'II D. KLtON.
Crrv?THOMA8 M. JONE8.
Country?A. J. HCHDLTZB.
Mn. Ci.bvkla.ni) to Minister Sackville- ;
"West?By St. George! We are lost!
They don't seein to be hungering nf
lor any muru n ii?uu-uuu juiui uioluosions.
It is entirely wrong to suppose
that our Democratic brethren don't know
when they huve had enough.
Next time there is a joint debate we I
shall see that every Democrat in town is i
arrested and marched to the meeting 1
place, there to ho held until the show is f
over. Then they won't howl so much <
It is easy to believe that the President |
and his friends arc annoyed by the pub- ,
lication of the letter of the British Mill- (
ist??r. Intended to help them and their *
party, it has wounded thcin in a vital (l
spot. It won't down, either.
Tug street car strike has happily been ^
settled. The men are to bo congratulat- ?
ed, not only on the small increase of '
wages but as well on the shortened 1
hours. The public will congratulate
itself on the restoration of local travel- j
Foil the benetit of those who may have a
neglected to preserve tho correspondence
between the British Minister and j
the naturalized citizen, that interesting L
literature is reproduced in to-day's Is- E
tkm.ioknckk. Every line of it is worth t
careful reading. 1
Whbn Sir. Win. L. Wilson said that *
Androw Jackson never in his life J
said a word in favor of Protection, r
ho forgot that Andrew Jackson voted in n
the United States Senate for the Protect- *
iveTurill'of 1824. Mr. Wilson is blessed J
with an excellent forgettery. n
Mr. wiii. L. W)Ihuii on Mnnliuod. t.
In his discussion with General Goff t
Mr. Win. L. Wilson said: "There isn't janything
in this country that the old .
Democratic party puts above men. God j
forbid that the coal and the salt and the v
lumber should bo put above men in 11
West Virginia." This was very pretty, j
but it wasn't argument. u
Take their employment from tlio men t
in West Virginia who mine the coal, ['
make the salt ami produce the lumber, jj
and what becomes of their manhood? t
What has become of the manhood of the
foreign wage-earner ? What has become
of the womanhood of the Euglisli wo- u
man who forges trace chains for a dollar u
a week? 11
Mr. Wilson and thoso of his party who
want the standard of manhood he has in
mind aro welcomed to it; the thousands ti
of West Virginians who know something a
better want none of the Freo Trade sort. jj:
Thr Crist' of MtniHler SurkvlU?-?Vcnt. ''
The impertinent interference in Arner- 18
ican politics of the British Minister at ft
"Washington has alfeady assumed the
importance of a celel)rated case. So far 111
from the incident being finished it t;
is only fairly begun. Though the ai
President may fail to causo tho De- ?'
partment of State to furnish the offend- J
ing diplomat with his passports?a po- j|(
lito way of bidding him begone?it is
not to be supposed that the Minister's M
own government will fail to call him
Tho representative of n foreign gov- (i
ernment sustains a delicate relation to" J*
tho government ami tho country to
which he is accredited, llo is to have jn
his correspondence with tho duly ap- 111
pointed officials of tho government to 1,1
which ho is sent, not with the subjects m
or citizens of tho country. IIo is to
lrnnw nnlv tlin rAnatitnt<?l nuthoritiutt. no
not any political party. To advise a !tfl
subject or citizcn as to which political ft
organization ho should support is a H|>
scandalous breach of diplomatic cour- en
tesy and a most offensive abuse of his J01
Minister Sackville-West has not only rjf
been guilty of this grave breach of pro- ba
priety, but ho has insulted the people of Wfl
the United States by broadly insinuating ? J
that their President is capable of juggling pa
public questions for fear of losing pop- thi
arity. Tho people of this country may
ike thin insinuation or they may opencharge
it, for from acta they have a
;ht to .infer motives. But this is a
ivilcgo which the Aiucrican people
iver will accord to the representative
a foreign government.
Tho case of the British Minister is in
> way helped by the obvious fact that
j desired to assist in the re-election of
r. Cleveland to the Presidency, beiving
such re-election in the interest
Groat Britain. However much the
Minister and his government desired
lis result of tho pending election it
as not the privilege of either to su?a
ord or pun a lino on the subject.
If the Minister's indecent interference
ad not been discovered it might have
rougbtsoiue votes to Mr. Cleveland,
ut while, in that event, Mr. Cleveland
light have been glad of the assistance,
le moment the scctet becauli* public
roperty it became an oiiicial matter
nd devolved uf.on the President of the
fnitcd States the oiiicial duty to take
The President should have cut oil* all
flicial relations with the British Milliter
the very moment that busybody
duiitted the authorship of the pubshed
A Cai?|>uli;ii lllunder.
The Democratic press of tho State has
ought to make some capital for the
)euiocratie nouiinee for Governor by
tating that the men employed in conl
nd coke works in which Judge Fleming
i interested receive better wages tnun
hose paid nt Connellsville.
A statement in another column from
he West Virginian, published nt Judge
''Joining's home, shows that tho Demoratic
press was misled into a blunder,
.'lie difference in wages is considerably
n favor of tho Connellsville miners,
f the point made in Judge Fleming's
lehalf was good until disproved, thin
ater point is better.
If there was auy political capital in
he matter the capital comes to hand
pportunely to be used against the
)emocratic nominee for Governor.
B. J. Smith, of Hancock county, the
Republican candidate for Stato Senator
n.tHis district, is well and favorably
:nown in this city, having been engaged
or many years past in the lire brick inlustries
of New Cumberland. At the
ime of his nomination several weeks
tgp, it was predicted that he would
>rove a very strong candidate and tune
ias justified the prediction in uninistakible
evidences of Iub popularity in the
ounties of Brooke and Hancock as well
18 iiwthis city also. In matters relating
o the welfare and advancement for hit*
ounty and State, ho has always been
iberal and progressive, and is regarded
y all who know him as a representative
itizen of undoubted integrity,irreproacliible
in character aud thoroughly qualiied
to represent the interests of this disrictin
the next Legislature.
A FALSE KKl'OKT.
lew tli? Frno Tra?l?? Organ I'l?>acln (he
Unity Act Atiout the WIlHon-GolT Dobatc.
That "Packing" ProccHU?A Silly Yarn.
\> the Editor of the hiteUlyrnccr.
Silt:?All fair minded men read with
lisgust this morning the lieyUtcr's coinnents
on the Gofl-Wilson debute. The
iiuch over-rated Democratic statesman
tad been defeated in a debate with the
(epublican standard-bearer, and the
democratic organ, in attempting 10 acount
for llio defeat, pleads tho baby
ict. It liowls about Golfs "claquers
efusing to allow Wilson to be heard,
nil it fairly boilsoverwitb rage because
ioil's friends were in the majority in
he audience, and that the enthusiasm
if the Protectionists was so great as to
J most drown tho cheers for the Free
.Yade theories of ono of the fathers of
he Mills bill. The Rejiilcr had for
lays and days been urging upon Demoirats
to attend the debate. Everybody
;now what this was for. It was "to fill
he rinlc up with Democrats for the purlose
of howling Gofl'otf the floor. This
'/as the scheme and the Regixlcr knows
t. Well, there either were not enough
'reo Traders in the city to carry out the
dan, or they did not have interest
nough in this "campaign of intellect"
d go and hear tho living issues of the
lay discussed. Consequently, the Proaction
sentiment was the strongest and
t made no bones about its approval of
iolPs splendid argument, and its disap\V'Slur?t?'u
In its anger at tho miscarriage of it*
cherae unit tho clear victory of the Hide
f Protection, the Register resorts to its
sual method of consoling its Free Trade
L'aderH,?that of lying ubout the meetag.
It knows that every ono present is
ware that its account is grossly unjust,
ut its article was written for eonsunip011
outside tho city, and for effect
tuong thoso Democrats, who, not so
tirnest as tho Republicans, were too
izy to go to the rink and help "whoop
iings up" for their man.
Itn statement that many of Goff's partialis
at tue meeting were unnaturalized
treigners, is a lie made of whole cloth
nd the Register knows it. The "howls
ud yells" of the Republicans wore in
>ality the enthusiastic cheers of a milltude
impressed with Goir's masterly
rguments. When tho Register says tho
iidienee was composed mostly of "hoodinis,"
it casts a gratuitous slur on the
usiness men and the thousands of |
onest toilers who were present.
When it says that in his first speech, j
[r. Wilson was howled down, and had
relinquish tho floor to Gofl it utters
aowingly a falsehood; for Mr. Wilson
lokejust seven minutes longer than
eneral Go 11'. The Re/jitter's verbatim
port of Mr. Wilson's speech gives tho
i to Its own statement, for the verbain
report shows that Mr. Wilson said
his concluding paragraph: "Ifow,
y friends, my time is about up and I
ust close." (lie had tlirco minutes renin
This Is a sample of the misstatements
ade. Tlio Rtgitlrr't stenographic reirt
of the speeches does not bear out
i editorial statements. People will
lice of that, when they read it. ? by,
[ht, ill the middle of Gen. Golfs
roch, the report shows that the Genii
was interrupted by /irvlonijetl cheeri
Cleveland. Of course these were not
As to the Jlegiiter's charge that the
ik was packed, that Ib pleading the
by act with a vongeance. The riuk
is open at the hour named to Dernoits
and Republicans alike. Throught
the meeting seats for at least 1,500
opie were unoccupied. Why did not
> KtguUr "pack thoao seats? It
might have done this easily with the
"several hundred Republicans in Wheel- ing
who are going to vote for Cleveland," |
and whose names the ltegiiter some time J
since claimed to have in its jtosscssion. ;
Tho vacant seats were there. Chairman
Riley, Mr. Pendleton and other tl
Democrats, who were seated on the plat- form,
from where the seats could be
seen will substantiate this. Let the J
Register stop its childish actions, and be
decent for .once. It has been demon- ;
strated that Wilson is not a match for
Goff, and lying about the meeting will %
not take the sting from the hearts of the '
disappointed Free Traders who were :
there. Fair Play.
Wheeling, Oct. 21).
THAT 311,It CIlUlUE 1
Tlmt tho Alliambru It ink wui "Packed," *
To the Editor of Hit Tntelltocncer.
Sir:?It has been said that it is well to :
be patient with a fool sometimes, and fol
lowing this injunction und by u repression
of my natural feelings I have often
found in the Register much to amuse me;
but in glancing over its report of the
GofT-Wilson debate I found that an ass ;
was trying to masquerade in a fool's skin
and all my charity for the imbecile
mosquerader melted away. Thottudied i
course of inartistic prevarication this
paper has industriously pursued during
this campaign would have made that
chief priest of falsehood, Anannias, blush
in crimson shame. If this eminent liar
had not died several years ago I am con- I
lideut he would have committed suicide
had ho been spared to read to-day's
marvel of mendacious journalism.
I am sorry that I am not imparting
anything new in these statements, but
merely rellecting what has long been the
opinions of Democrats as well as Republicans,
and I have no idea that any censure
of mine will Jtenetrate.the rhinoceros
hide that envelopes the skull of this
self-bred calumniator. It is ho putrid
with misrepresentation that it would
nuuseate the fiery stomach of a crematory,
and the flames of Nebuchadnezzar's
' """"n hnvn ntwl Knnirmod
with disgust had they coino in contact
with it. In its discernment* the tablets
: of truth are mere platitudes ol cunvea;
ienee, taking pride in its moral obloquy
and political defamation.
But as to its charge that the rink was
packed with Republicans who howled
Wilson down because they feared to let
hiin speak: This of course will serve its
purpose outside of the city, but it can't
monkey with the buzz saw at homo in
that manner without amputating several
lingers of inlluence. Poor Wilson 1 Like
the pitchcrthat went to the well, William
Leander swam the Hellespont of
Free Trade once too often.
Oh! it was pitiful.
In ii wholui'ity-ful
Friends he hud uono.
Now wasn't it? When this Cwsar was
feeding ou the mountain mutton of the
interior the question of his growth in
greatness was not an inquiry of surprise.
But when ho came to Wheeling and was
fed the beefsteak of Protection none
wero so poor to do him reverence.
1 llttl a IIIU iiuiuui iiucui lucaouiuujuiik \JI
My advice to the Market street Mmnfarmer
is, in tho language of tho eloquent
Mr. Mills when usked a puzzling
question in regard to some measures in
his instrument of industrial destruction
: "You go take a bath."
Wheeling, Oct. 28.
111m Aku In Firty.Klcht.
To the Eilllor of the JntcUtoenccr.
Sih:?Please give the age of James G.
Blaino in to-morrow's issue of your paper
to decide a bet. Subscriber.
Wheeling, Oct. 21).
PAULlr-HEISKKLI.#?On WednewUr. Outobcr
*.l, l*M,ut the rtsidunce of tho brule'H mother.
by ttjc Rev. D. A. Cunntnchiim, D.D.,
JoHKNI U. 1'AULL Ulld Lll.UK 1\ II RISK ELI.,
both ot tlila cltv.
BINOELL?On Monday. October 29,1888, nt S:30
o'clock it. m? Br. Cuaiilks D. J. Binuku,
ugcd 3D years.
Funeral services at his late residence, corner
Thirty-third and EolT street, Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family
aro Invited to attend. Intermeut at
McMAHON?On Monday morning, October 29,
1HS.H, nt 1 o'clock, Annie F., wife of Rosj
McMuhon, In tbc-llth year of heroic.
The funeral will take place from St. Anthony's
Catholic Church, Bridgeport, Ohio, Wednesday
morning at 9 o'clock. Friend* of the
family arc luvitcil to attend. Interment at
Mt Calvary Cemetery.
C03S?On Monday, October 29,18S9, at 1 o'clock
a. m.. Ki.nr.it Lekoy, infant son of licrmanu
and Mary Cons, aged 2 months.
i Funeral from the residence of his parents, No.
t/m \laln Itriuit till a (Timmliitrt nflnrnnATi nt
'? o'clock. *
ELBERT-On Monday. October C9,1888. at 8:45
a. m., Francis A. Elmbt, Jr., in the 48th
year of his Hge.
Funeral from the rcsldcnco of hit mother, No.
CM Main struct, Wednesday morulog at 9
o'clock. Interment at Mt. Calvary Cemetery.
Frlcnda are respectfully invited to attend.
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Gentlemen's Ladies' 4 Children's
In Ilalbrlgpan, White, Ribbed and
Merino, Scarlet, (Cochineal djed),
Camel's Hair and Australian Wool.
Which has been Reduced 25
per cent from the regu- '
LARGE STOCK OF
White and Scarlet.
AT ALL 1'KIL'ES.
Geo. E. Stifel&Co.,
1114 MAIN ST.
Wo havo roccntlr replenished our stock of
tUoso flrat-cIaM goods, aud give aguarantec with
every Knife autl every I'afr of bcliwonj sold.
Stanton & Davenport,
No. 1301 MARKET STREET.
Blank Books and Stationer;!
PENS, INK8 AND PENCILS,
WALL PAPER and BORDERS,
STANDARD BUNTING FLAGS.
Largest stock and greatest variety In tho State.
Bold retail at wholesale prices, by
rea 3f. TWELFTH STREET.
Bats, Masks, Gloves and Belts,
Croquet and Hammocks.
Books, Magazines and Papers.
C. H. QUIMBY,
Bookseller and Newsdealer,
jog Now. 1414 and 1W7 Msrket Street
Boots and Shoes.
Boots and Shoes
FOR FALL AND WHITER WEAR,
of Good Quality, Durable and Reliable, Good
Styles and low prices.
Call and buv and save money. All goods warranted.
Ileel Plates put on Rubber Shoes Fkkk,
irhlcb will give tbem double tbo wear than
without them, at
oc22 1121 Main Street.
Jewelry, Watches, &c.
OCR 8TOCK OF FINK
Breach Loading Guns,
'or Fall Trade, is now oomplcto. We hare Guns
rom tt to 915 each, representing nearly every
citable maker known. Our prices are guarntitrd
as low aa any house in the country. Call
ind see us or write for prices.
i.e. DILLON & CO.,
Jewelers, 123 Market Street.
We are Agent* for Chamberlin A Peters' CartIdge
Co.'s loaded shells. . se2P
FOR A GOOD SET OF
1050 Main Street.
n Pint Mortnge Security on Ohio Rokl EiUte.
rom one to five yean.
R. T. noWELL,
Insurance and Bea] Kutate Agent.
Jyao Bridgeport, Ohio.
_____ Ceo. R. Taylor & Co.?Reduction of Prices.
Deo. R. Taylor S Co.'s
mi Marled nnwn iRfnnishinglv Low Prices.
nil 1UUIUVU i/VUUI
FINE ALL-WOOL SERGES,
40 inches wide, down to 48c. worth 60 cts.
STILL FINER ALL-WOOL SERGES,
40 inches wide, down to doc, worm ou uis.
FINEST ALL-WOOL SERGES MADE,
48 Inches wide, down to 88c, worth $1.00.
39 inches wide, down to 72c, worth 85 cts.
FINEST ALL-IOOL ALMAS HADE,
42 inches wide, down to $1.05 from $1.25.
Henrietta Cloths and Drap d' Ete,
46 inches wide, down to $1.05 from $1.25.
Broadcloths, all colors, 88 cts, from $1.00.
Broadcloths, all colors, 5>i.oo, irom $i.zo.
Broadcloths, all colors, $1.48, from $1.75.
Broadcloths, all colors, $1.65, from $1.90.
Broadcloths, all colors, $2.20, from $2.50.
lSSg^We invite all interested to call
and see the bargains we offer in this
and other departments.
This change of prices dates from
- * ** ? <-i /-v
tms morning, uctooer
House & Herrmann's Cash and Credit House.
"WW T\t\ TIiau ConO5'
HI Ml U\) llIDJf UdJ !
Have they asked them?your neighbors ? Good plar
It profiteth one much sometimes to know what the neighbor
think. In Washington?where one of our large stores ha
done, and continues to do, a stunning business?we get a dea
of trade from the neighbors "say-so." It's the best advei
tising in the world. Same here. You've some neighbo
who's had a chamber set, or a parlor suit, or a stove, or som
carpets, or something of us, and we haven't been here ver
long, either. Ask them what they think of our credit system
Ask them if everything we say isn't just so. Ask them hov
they like buying ten dollars worth of goods for one dollar dowi
and fifty cents a week. Ask them and see what they say
We are willing.
HOUSE & HERRMANN'S
Casli and Credit Farnltare and Carpet House,
A 3m 1\7TATI\T
J.O' V-/ V/ X ' XX XXX ^ J X X V ' ' ' X j
WHEELING. W. VA.
C. Mondel & Co.?Furniture and Carpets.
the new Styles
AEE READY I
Wc arc plowed to announce largo arrivals of New Goods, fresh from tho manufacturer*. You
attention Is Invited to a choice, completo and carefully selected assortment of tho Newest an
I mo*tCharalug Eflects in
Parlor and Chamber Suits,
DINING-ROOM, HALL & LIBRARY FURNITURE,
?Single Pieces Miscellaneous Furniture,?
CARPETS, LINOLEDHS, Oil CLOTHS,
Rugs, Mats, &c., &c.
In orcry Department weollbr unparalleled inducement* to buyer* in tho way of High Clin
OooHh nf quality beyond one*Unn, and to theie wo add unlimited variety in all new noToltluanc
tbc 8TRONO INDUCEMENT OF LOW PRICES, by which wo ahall demomtrate that the Cheapea
ai well ai the CholecHt mock is that of
G. MENDEL & CO.,
furniture & carpets
No. 1124 MAIN STREET.
^^Undertaking a Specialty . ?w27
Sewing Machines?Edw. L. Rose & Co.
We Are Ready
To Save Y ouFrom$15to $25.
. , We are selling towing Machines at greatly reduced prices. We employ no Canvassers: by
dealing direct with us you save the agent's commlulOD, and secure the very bent Sowing Machine*
made. We handle the
Standard, Wfiite, Howe, New Home and Automatic.
We will veil on time nud lease Machines, and will give liberal discounts for prompt pay*
tnents. Call, write or telephone us for particulars.
Needles and attachments for all Machines. All kinds of Machines repaired.
EDWARD L. ROSE 4 CO., 55 Twelfth Street, Wheeling, W. Yi,
ocii Whtre We Have Been for Twalva Year*.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Friday, November 2, 1SS8.
ON THE TRAIL;
Daniel Boone, I
BY Mil CHAIILKS UAYLEU.
The pleco In elegantly mounted, and a remarkable
itrouK cast of characters has been n-cured
from the moot prominent lights In the j.mlcs
36 PEOPLE 36
To Incrcuo Iho force of this Stronc c?*t. anil I
to add realism to the production, ft hand of 8
genuine Shawnee Indiana, lucludltu! Hucks,
bquaws and I'AitpooMfl, have Uen cmragcd.
Six beautiful Trained Horn--. Magnificent
New Scenery. SurtlluK Stage h fleet*. Fierce
Hand-to-hand Knife Duel on Horoelmck. lluru
lng of Boone's Lotf Cabin, Ac.
Our own maKulllcent special car Is u*ed to
carry scenery, hones, animal*, Jsc.
Auuivmun, aim aoccnts. No i vtnt fhatm
for reserved scats; oo aaleat C. a. House's Miuio
(H^i * con,lncnc? w?ltie*Uy, October si.
Grand Opera House7
0. C. GENT1IKK, Ia'moc Jc MutiaKvr.
Tlmridu)' unci Friday, November I Jt J.
Flral production In this city o[ tbf tlnod sues
THE RULING PASSION!
Under the illrcctlou of Aborn mil ivtrin
Tin. <trmi.nl Mlaoi. K..-1 "u*
Tho Crystal I'ulucc. Tho M??l llouic. Tho
KuluHtonu of Ileal Water. Tho \ ?i| U|n*i
Ship ut Sin. Tho Walloon Aseoueion. \ (;rMl
rr?Mliictioti of a Great Play. A i*r io*j 0(
Prices?l.'i, 25 ami .'i0 octiK Rwervixl tenti on
gale at MoLure H?uv I'lmrtnncy. ,M /i
New Fair Grounds,
Wednesday & Thursday,
Oct. 31; and Nov. I; 1SSS.
TWO RACES EACH DAY.
Purses for Each ltace, $201).
FIRST D AY-Free tor all Race.
GO AM YOU PLEASK.
The following Mrull known borne* liuvo bvea I
Kinsman, Excelalor, Undo Hllc,
Judge Lynch, lllnek Harry, Hell Shockelt. 1
2:30 TKOT?I'UIWK $2C0. Kntrla:
Frank P., Midnight, Holt.
Lady WlUon, CIHlbrd, Darlington. ^ 1
SECOND DAY?2:21 PACE?PURSE SAW.
Judge Lynch, Hlack Hurry, IMI ShuckctL H]
Exccluior, Uncle Slle, Keltcr. I
'2:20 TROT?PU USE 1200.
En trie* to cloao Monday. October 29, nt 10 p. I
m. l'ool? Hold ou therrotind'.KUil m McLaugn* I
liu ?fc McQIulcy's. All nut* no to rule*.
IUmIiitiI rateson nil railroad* un>l rteamboau, I
Admiiwlon, 50 cento. (iruirl stand free.
Races called promptly nt 2 p. w.
Do not fall to atu-nd.
For untried call on or odd reus
A. A. FRANZHEIM.fec'j.
This Is tbo last amusement of the M**on-H I
ougbt to be well patrouUcd, n.s t*ie inanageniaro I
doing all in their power to umke It u Micmn. I
. Mew Serial i
Uj- tlin Author "The luck of Hearing
Cnraii," "Tales of tlio
DDPT UA DTC'C HPW OTADV li
UllLil llttlllLi 0 11 LiII 011/111
lt Of Mining Life in California,
"r In the Intelligencer Member 3.
"Crcray," has all thccharacterlotlc qualities of
7 Bret Ilarte'K early work-uniclilni; pui'woa,
t quaint humor, frcali charm ins dene IptWri and
nympathctlc appreciation of trim luanllnroa and
\j woinanUnena even under the roughest and most
>1 It la a love atory of dramatic iltuatlon and ex?
, citing incident*.
In the Intelligencer Noyember 3.
Imnplcan Olllrc nn Rret Harlfl.
nuiiuivuu viiiiw- -.?
E. C. STEDMAN, the Poet Mini K-wiy^t. sj*akl
of him a? "a rare genius, who*e work must |>o
- counted amour the treasures of the languaM
" The Lata E. I'. WHirl l<K, tin- famous l?<*ton
Critic?"Bret Harte lia* grc?t ?hnri>ne-? of mere*
|y external observation: lie ha*, aim, km at
. depth of moral insight. He interprets iii.le imp>
illations, which he at the same time condemns.
| He louche* Hiat vital virtue in their""'''f
f souls which will, In the end. rcgclicran tin ir
coarse nature*. Be may he Lih-nint of |ihi-lr
getting lion, hut toleration i* oi hat ion
which tend* to lift rather than to Justify
in short he is thoroughly Christian In iht s?ntl*
raeotof wl,U'h dlmt. ,. '!
pathos, though lie I* artlsilcally cart Jr.!ir
if ceal his end In his means, and ?' u,. mowmjr
New York Sun?"Few writers of our own. ,,ru"y
recent generation ran vi with hrct H??e in tiio
"waZto? CHBIKy'S'li "'' ' ' "Hail
Dickens lived 111 Cal'lornla ^
ton* would bttvo jjivimi u? ciunci
, M><ritiifl Mr. Hnrto*. Ho Iarm> In- fm?rmn hl?
art to flic (traduction urid dellnt at:<mi oi r?ilt?r- I
niii life, his work hu* nil the fttamp oi oritualiiy
BRET HARTE'S STORIES IN ElMOPC.
"It wu by virtue of their wvcrelgo vcrarlty I
In the broad liven of human imlur.- ?U'l by mo
electric quality which defi.* tl.c Urrlrn "?
pecch and race, that hi* work* pnvnl the tf .
and found h domicile In m> iuuny Kuropcan
households."?Sew York Sun.
Ills work luui appeared In prominent Journili
of all rountrfvH:
MacmiUan't Mnoazlne and tho Lomlun IUh'"*
i ted A'flfi In England.
I Rcvut. tie deux ilmda, therreat literary M?w
t zlneof France. .
Dcvttfhe Jtundtchnu, tho leading monthly ol
Jtntita Europea, tho chief review <-f Italy.
Jloikow IJazdle, the mo.it lullueutiol journal w
And In prominent pupers and periodic*!* la
I Lisbon und Madrid.
IIIi Latest 6tory Is "Cre?sy," which will ma I
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