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No More Electric l.lght Compel Ulou.
The Council committeoonlights sends
back llie Edison li^ln and power ordi
nance with the recommendation that it
do not pass. The committee desires to
protect tiie city irom further competi
tion in the business of furnishing lights.
If Council take the committeo's view
the electric light company now in the
field will lie highly gratitlcd, bccause
Ihe stockholders oi that company arc
human and takn a business viow of tho
situation. Without enabling legislation
the city cannot furnish electric light to
When the city went before tho legis
lature asking tho necossary legislation
the electric light company mado an all
day-and-all-night campaign and the
citv was defeated. When the city goes
again the electric light company will
be there as before. It may or may not
bo successful, but it will give tho city a
bout. It has for all purposes except
street lighting as absolute a monopoly
of Ihe electric light business as the city
has of tho illuminating gas business?
as tho city had of the whole lighting
business before it consented to divide
with the electrical company without
It is not a commendable public policy
?which gives a monopoly oi tho electric
light business to a private corporation.
- In tho hands of the city a monopoly
may be defended, for what tho city gains
is in a sense the gain of all who livo in
the city and help to 'maintain its gov
The city has granted no monopoly to
tho electric light company now doing
business hero ;yotthat company virtual
ly claims a monopoly;, even as against
the city itself, and if Council agree with
its committee, the city will admit the
claim of monopoly, at least as against
any competitor other than itself, iliis
is not good ground to stand on.
The English Idea ot' Public Schools.
Mr. Wakeinan's London letter pub
lished to-day gives a graphic and start
ling picture of the "ragged schools"
of England. To appreciate what these
schools are it is to be borne in mind
that if the children for whom they are
provided wore in tins country they
would have their share in the creat free
school system which, with all its short
comings, is the pride of the republic and
the admiration of visiting strangers.
Tho contrast between our system of
free schools and the English system of
compulsory education with compulsory
payment is striking and startling. It
is not the cqmpulsory attendance
that is objectionable, but tho compul
sory payment which to a largo part of
the class it falls on is impossible.
It is not strange that the poor of
England are in revolt against a system
of education which keeps them and
their olfspring under the lash of com
pulsion at every step, which constantly
confronts them with the prison house
and under tho guise of compelling the
young to bo educated compels them to
bo criminals and their parents pau
It is out of an average weekly wago
of $? 36 that the English father must
pay the public school charge for every
child of school ago ho is unfortunate
enough to have, or bring himself and
his children under the ban of a harsh
law mercilessly administered.
Tho British workingman who can,
registers his vigorous protest against
thi3 system as he passes the gates of
A monument ol'tiie Doom.
Tho destruction by fire of the I.urav
Inn removes ono of the costly monu
ments of tho late boom in tho Valley of
Virginia. Handsome hotels, costing
$100,000 or more, have been a feature of
these boom movements. They have
been built in cornfields to stimulate
the salo of lots, and they have supplied
the beautiful valley with such hotel ac
commodations as are not to bo found in
Virginia's chief cities.
Tho Luray Inn is said to have cost
SI25,000 and to have been insured for
$100,000. The probability is that it
never will perform the phcenix act. At
this stago of the proceedings 8100,000 in
hand is likely to be moro highly es
teemed by tho boomers than a hand
. some inn.
A Dictator's Full.
IIo was a Pullman porter and lie
accused a station agent at Lake, Missis
sippi, of wanting to "beat people." This j
accusation moved the station agent to
drop his fist somewhero on the porter's
anatomy. Tho porter hit back, jumped
on his train and was off. Cut his train
had to make its roturn trip, and this
was tho station agent's. opportunity.
He had a minion of the law on hand
and tho porter wa9 captured. The lirst
cltizons of Lako tooktho porter in hand
and whippod him, aftor which they
gttvo him leavo to not away an fast as
his lo^'H would carry him.
Perhaps the porter did not deaorvo
this treutment for the cauatic romnrk
ho nindo to the station agent, but on
general principles and as the repso8cnt
ativo of the only aristocracy in tho
country, what befell him at tho hands
of tho men of Lake can only bo re
garded as retributive justice. It is tho
first time on record, so far aa tho l.v
TKi.LMKNmt is aware, that anybody has
got tho l'ullman portor down.
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They "Will Mourn Some More,
Tho Htriko in tho St. Louis Stamping
Works having been settled, tho Welsh
tin plato contingent in this country
will bo doprived of ouo of its texts for a
great deal of tine writing.
A strike against manufacturers of
American tin plato has bood discussed
by American l'reo traders as showing an
unusually vicious spirit on the part of
tho manufacturers. From which they
infered something inherently bad in
American tin plate.
Welsh tin plate thoy apostrophiso
aa something altogother lovely and of
good report, going about over tho face
of the earth seeking whero it may do
, good, turning to the United States with
a particularly benevolent yearning, aa
the sowing circle turns its tenderost
side to the.heathen of Timbuctoo.
In settling the strike tho Messrs.
Noidringhaua have unsettled tho free
traders and must expect them to bo
very miserable creatures until they can
lind Komething from which they may
extract the happiness of a greater
The Flare-up in llruzll.
To understand what is going.on in
Brazil wo may put it this way: Presi
dent Harrison, objecting to the course
of Congress, informs tho law-makers
that he will have no moro of their in
tolerance and sends them home. To
strengthen his hand he orders tho
troops under arms, has his agents stir
the people up to revolt so that his
troops may shoot down enough of them
to inspire the rest with fear, has some
more friends enact the "thrico upon
the Luperca'" scene, finally yields to
their superior judgement and declares
himself dictator?all in the interest of
the public welfare.
In this republic this would bethought
an irregular proceeding, and the Presi
dent would find somo powerful and de
cisive opposition to tho scheme. In the
republic of Brazil it is not so. The dic
tatorship has been declared and we arc
told that peace has been restored. The
South American conception of a repub
lic is somewhat different from ours.
Let's see?didn't tho Democrats
gerrymander Ohio not many moons
gone-by? Didn't they carve up the
state to give them more congressmen
than they are entitled to, with a par
ticularly vicious whack at McKinley?
And must our Ohio friends bear these
tiling^ for ever and adav?
"Wheeling appreciates tho honor of
being selected as the scene of a spirited
base ball battle. This is what wo get
for producing such a fine crop of players.
It may bo that one of these days we
shall reach the dignity of being in it
with a club.
Some of the patriots who voted for
McKinley would like to have places un
der him and aro not backward in com
ing forward. The Democratic news
papers seem to be horrified. Funny,
Japan seems to regard the recent
earthquake as only a slight commotion
which reduced her population by a few
thousands easily recovered. Human
life has little valuo in Asiatic eyes.
If a Wheeling man were to wako up
some line morning and lind tho streets
clean, he would think somebody was
trying to prove an alibi on him.
Fonseca may have made up his mind
that the republic is a failure in Brazil,
and that Deodoro I. would have adigni
j tied and melodious sound.
Gov. Campbell will feel very much
! like helping Mr. Cleveland if the Stuffed
Prophet gets the nomination. One good
turn deserves another.
Key. Du. Briugs is having some quiet
satisfaction of his own just now. lie
has his seminary and ono verdict 011 his
"What ever may happen to Brazil, she
v?ill havo no vacancy for poor Dom
Pedro. His glory has departed.
' AVintei: has opened in earnest on tho
fishing banks, and desolated homes
bear witness to its coming.
Ohio will not bo Michig.1nized for a
year or so at least.
MOHGANTO WW NOTES.
Iuturo.Ulu? Item* i'tom tho University.
Tho Now Court IIoimc.
Sperwl Conrtpwulcnce of the Intelligencer.
Mokgantown, Nov. 0.-?A plan of uni
versity extension is being arranged by
the professor of tho university, which,
if successfully carried out, will be of
great benefit to the people of the state.
Tho details of the plan havo not yet
been announced to the public, but the
main featuro is known to be a series of
lectures to be delivered throughout the
stale by the different professor.*. Each
will choose subjects having a direct con
nection with his special work. The lec
tures will bo made as simple as possiblo
so that all may be able to understand
and derive benefit from them. The ob
ject will bo to popularize the sciences
as much as possible.
This will not only bo of direct benefit
to the peoplo of the state, but will also
do what is much needed in the way of
advertising the university. The people
of tho state in general know very little
about the university, and about what
kind of men luivo charge of tho institu
Athletic sports aro receiving a great
deal of attention from the students now.
A challenge to play a game of foot ball
on Thanksgiving has been received
from the Washington Jefferson bovs.
Tli tali as boon nccoptcd, nncl prepara
tions aro being made with great activi
ty. The boys will bo uniformed and
practice will bo more regular than in
tlie past. J'rofeasor Emory is drilling
tho players, and proves u very ellleient
and active instructor. Tho Athletic
Association has boon newly organized.
Ollicers wore elected for the year and
financial matters are being looked into.
Mr. \V. C. Myer, of Wheeling, was
elected manager of tho foot ball team,
and .Mr. ltobert F. Jhirns, of Washing
ton, 1). C., was elected captain.
The senior class met last night and
formed its organization for the last year's
work in which they will engage to
gether. None of tho "othor classes lmvo
organized yet. A largo comet band has
been organized from university talent.
It will furnish music for dress parade
and similar occasions.
The iron framework for tho rooting of
tho now court house is being put up.
Tho workmanship throughout has been
of tho best quality, and the building is
beginning to present ft very beautiful
lion. Geo. C. Sturgis and wifo have
gone to Charleston, Mr. Sturgis to at
tend court and Mrs. Sturgis to visit
NI2W8 l ltOM KOJlli
Now Era of ProHiiorlty for Italy?Tho
1'opo'it Health Good.
Rome, Nov. O.?Tho news from Paris
that the council of ministers has decid
ed to abolish thedillerential duties now
levied in Franco against Italian prod
ucts lias given tho greatest satisfaction
to the peoplo of Italy.
The importance of this measure to tho
agriculturists oi Italy can hardly bo
over-estimated. France had been for
many years their chief customer, until
tho beginning of the tariff war which
is now to cease, and the sudden closing
of her market, especially to Italian
wines, added seriously to tho crisis that
have produced so much misery during
the past few years. With a ready mar
ket lor this enormous cron, and with
crops of cereals, considerable above the
average, Italy ought during the coming
year to enter upon a new period of pros
The health of the Tope continues to
bo excellent, and notwithstanding his
eighty-four vears, seems to be as nourish
ing as for a long time past.
He feels keenly the situation in
which he has been" placed by the un
fortunate incident of the Pantheon, but
there is no truth whatever in tho
rumored intention of quitting Konie.
Much disappointment has boon felt in
meagre result of the offerings of Peters
Pence from England, the amount being
only about ?500 sterling.
A Hard Winter.
Halifax, N. S., Nov. 0.?Tho steamer
Harlow, from Newfoundland, bring3 the
intelligence that the weather there is
very stormy and unusually cold for the
time of year. A ureat deal of snow, it
appears, has Already tallen on the
island, and winter, to all appearances,
has set in at least a month earlier than
No herring had been taken on the
Newfoundland const since the Harlow's
trip, and many people, it is feared, will
find it hard work to pull through tho
?\V??Kt Virgin lit Pensions.
SjKcial D if patch to the Intelliqcnccr.
Washington*, D. C., Nov. G.?AVest
Virginia Pensions: Original?James
Smith, William Kqarnes. Edmond P.
Young, PowhaMan L. Bonham, Barrett
Painter, Andrew J. Piter, John W. Fish
er, Thomas B. Jackson, James 15. liar
less. William M. Tablor, George W.
Brandon, Sylvester W. Boyd.
Increase?Herman Annegarn, James:
F. Stone, William King.
Widows?Sarah A. George, Hannah
Special Dispatch to the IntcUiQcnccr.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 6.?Post
masters appointed to-day: ? Peewee,
Wirt county, S. F. Lock hart, vice C. J.
Showalter resigned; Prett, Roane coun
ty, T. S. Hughes, vice J. B. Wolf re
signed; Seld?n, Wood county. II
Schiader, vice J. H. Neale resigned;
Slancsville, Hampshire county, J. y.
Sargent, vice J. 1). Oglesbee resigned.
Popularly called the king of medi
cines?Hood's Sarsaparilla. It con
quers scrofula, salt rheum and all other
blood diseases. 1
Steam Dvfinj: uml donning,
Mr. J. Ileilmeier, proprietor of the
Pan Handle Steam Dyeing and Dry
Cleaning Works, at No. 1431 Market
street, desires to inform the public that
he is prepared to do cleaning, dyeing
and repairing of all kinds pertaining to
the human attire in the very best man
ner and in the shortest possible time.
Mr. Ileilmeier is himself a trained
tailor and he has a competent force of
Ask your groccr for Taylor's Best
BABY CURED OF ECZEMA,
Mother's n?<l Minister'* Testimony?IIo.nl
Mass of. Putrefaction?Doctor Fails.
Cured in Quick Time by Cutieura.
I deem It ray duty to inform you of the won
derful cure of ccrcum which Cuticura Rem
KOI us brought upon our little baby, three
months old. When about two r.tul one-half
months old, the whole of its little head became
one nuus of putrefaction, over which we became
very much alarmed, as the medicine prescribed
by our physiciau only seemed to aggravate and
increase the intense pain the little thing seemed
to be in. We were utterly at a loss io know
what to do, as the physician seemed to have ex
hausted all efforts to give relief. But through
the recommendation of lie v. J. 0. Ahern, pas
torof Brooks Circuit M. K. Church Sociotv, we
were Induced to try the Cuticura Rem ED i is. and
after n few days' application we were astonished
as well as delighted over the result. We con
tinued the use of the medicine according to
direction*, and after a few weeks the little fel
low was entirely cured with no traces of ttio
disease left. .Many thanks for this wonderful
cure. Mcs. JullX H0UTK1N, Cluitimin, Gil
It gives me great pleasure to testify to the
facts contained In Mre.John Holstein's testimon
ial concerning the cure of her lit tie babv. When
I saw It I did not think It possible for It to live.
1. however, recommended Cuticura, knowing
that If u cure was possible, Cuticuba Remedies
would do It. My most sanguine expectation
culminated in a perfect cure.
J. G. AlIERN, I'astor M. E. Ch. So.,
The new Blood 1'urlficr. (to cleanse the blood
of nil impurities ami poisonous elements, and
thus remove the cause), and Cuticura. the
greutSkln Cure, and CrncURA SoAf.an exquisite
Skin Bcaatltler. externally (to dear tlie skin and
fcalp, and restore the hair), cure every disease
and humor of the skin and blood, from pirn- J
pies to scrofula.
Fold everywhere. Price. Cuticura. 50c; Soap,
25c: Rr.soLVE.VT. Si. Prepared by the Potter
Dnuo and Chemical Corporation. Boston.
USPSem! for "How to Cure Skin Diseases."
SMi and Scalp purified and beautified
unu i u by Cuticura Soap. Absolutely pure.
~&Z RHEUMATIC I'AINS.
fwi In one minute the (atlrnrn Anti
Jf<L\ Pain Planter relieves rheumatic, scl
/ Vj\ atlc. hip, kidney, chest ami muscular
( \ pains and weaknesses. Prlco, Jio.
ANTED?TWO HOUSE GIULS. |
A|n*lv nt Hotel Wlndnor. n
CABINET-MAKER OH CAUPEN-1
lor can liear of n placo by addressing Stove f
Foamier, euro this oillee. n
WANTED?LOCAL AND TRAV
ollng salesmen to sell Lubricating Oils.
Apply for term* to The DlcterlchsOII Co., Clove
land, Ohio." nofi
WANTED?A LADY OF GOOD
mlurcM who In a good performer on tlio
Piano ami Organ to till a position Iti More.
Address l^oek lioxMl, city. naO
WANTED - 1)Y GENTLEMAN,
hoard lu privato family. Sixteenth,
Seventeenth or Eighteenth streets preferred.
Address 'HOARD," Intixmokm Kit olllce. no5
17011 KENT?TWO ROOMS ON SEC
.1; ond floor, 80; four room* and attic, 812.
Possession at onco. No. 6 and 7 Thlrtv*flfth
Mrcel Rolf it llarvoy, agents, 1311 Market
17* I H.ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
.1? The pastor, Rev. D. A. Cunningham, 1). 1).,
will preach at iQjJtOu. m. and 7:80 p. in. Even
liiK subject, "Young Men." Sunday School at
tf a. m. no7?
WANTED ? SALESMEN TO
travel for a Pittsburgh Jobbing Notion
Homo who know and can lnfluenco. tho best
class of dealers, to men who can prove thorn*
mdves worthy wngos no object. Address lk>x
Pltt?huri;n, I'a. no7'TATh
TjiOURTII STREET M. E. CHURCH.
JL. l'reachlnirSunday at 10:30a.m. by the pastor,
ltev. A. 11. Hiker,D. D. Introduetory to M. C.
A. Week of Prayer, 7'HO p. m. The Young Men's
Christian Association will liavo clinrue of tho
servJrc*. Sunday School at 2 p. m. Epworth
League Monday 7:lip, m. ns7
TpNGLlSII LUTHERAN SERVICES
JLLi will be conducted by ltev. D. M. McKein*
erer, of Pittsburgh, lu Mozart llall, corner
Thirty-eighth and Jacobs streets, Sunday at
10:80 it m. und 7:80 p. in. Tho publlo generally
and I.utheraus In particular ure Invited to at
The time for the rccentlon of bids on tho rec
tory for St. Matthew'H church has been extended
until Wednesday, Nov. 11, atO p. at. Tho plans
are at tho oillcoof Mr. lid. Franzheltn, architect. |
no" THE BUILDING COMMITTED
RUCTION SALE OF STOCKS.
1 will odor at public auction on SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER 7, at tho front door of the Court
House, at 10 O'CLOCK a. in.," the following
stock: Twenty shares of Franklin Insurance Co.;
C2shares Bank Ohio Valley; 41 shares Wheeling
anil Belmont Bridge Co.; 5 shares Elm Grove
railway; 1- share* Citizen's railway.
no2 W. 11. llALLKR, auctioneer.
If you soak our new
They arc equal to the canned and very much
H. F. BE! I KENS'
2217 Market Street, or cor. Jacob and Thirty
QTEINWAY PIANO FOR SALE.
Wo have an elegant so von octavo Stelnwav
Piano,with carvcd legs, etc., good as new, which |
we oiTer at a great bargain.
F.'W. BAUMER & CO.
YOU CAN FINI> THE
Best Assortment I
of line goods at
1215 Market St.
"Opp. McLurc House
I>EWAHE OF FALSE REPRESEN
y tations of other Coal Dealers! It. TEAS
DALE, at the Hemplleld yards is the only dealer
in Pittsburgh second pool coal in this city. He
keeps constantly on hand clean and nut* coal,
and sold at lowest possible prices. Try one load
anil you will have no other. Also oysters and
fish received daily. Corner Slxteenth'and Chap
line streets, opposite Public Building. Call
and see us. TEASDALE it ItlXEY. Telephone
No. 13. n o2
25,000 AGENTS JLa nt bp,
1,500 already started are rolling up great lists of
orders for the ONLY authentic, si-lendidly il
LVSTRATED LIFE OF
HON. CHARLES STEWART PARS ELL,
Written by his mother and uoiieut m'vtade, esq.
Splendid portraits of Parnell, Gladstone, Mrs.
l'arnell. Mrs. O'Shen-Paruell, Ac. Price only
SI.25. Sale immense. A cents report 2i to 50 or
ders a dav. WAct quick! Send 25c for outfit
to HUBBARD BROS., l'ubs., 40G Race street,
Philadelphia. ' iio'-ttIias
Guns ! G-uns ! Guns !
HOGE & BR0?
Dealers In Hardnnre and Farmers' Im'jlcments,
No. 1113 Market Street (west side,)
Ilavc just placed In stock the largest lino of
Ever brought to the city. All styles and grades
of guns and at prices to suit everybody.
au'JI-Mwstw HOGE & BRO.
rortrnits for Christmas Presents. |
Studio 2154 Main Street.
And we nro ready with tho largest stock of
Fine Reliable Guns
of ?nv house In the State, Wo have the "Par
ker," "Lcfcvcr." "Colt," "Smith." "Prize Ma
chine." and all the good ones In the market,
and at tho very lowest prices.
125 Guns to Select From !
Our $8.00 Gun is a Wonder to Shoot.
I. Gr. DILiIjOISr <fc GO.
K>rShclls -10 cents. no'2
J^LST OF LETTERS
Remaining In the I'ostofllce at Wheeling. Ohio
county. W. Va., Saturday. Nov. 7. To obtain
any of the following the applicant must ask for
advertised letters, giving date of list:
Barnes, Miss Minnie reck, Mrs. I). II.
Osterhouse, Mrs. It. Thornley, Miss Grace
Adams, Uriah Lnzcar, Wm. M.
Bryant, J. it. Martin, F. 1-1
Boyle, E. F. Morris. Michael
Bowl, C. T. Ncwkotn. Herman
('ulleti, Ed C. Norton, T. W.
Dunlap. W. C. Parish, Thomas
Dyas, Charles Schinitt, Jacob
Erskine. Frank Stout, Stillnian,
Fitzgerald, J. B. Rltchlo, ltobcrt
Flcmmlnir, George A. Thomas, Salonas
Fischer. John A. Wubsier, \V. S.
W. J. W. COWDEN. I'. M.
iF j&. ?2. O S
WOOL FLEECE KNIT.
FOU31ULA OK CONSTRUCTION*.?Unspun
Wool, Knitted Into meshes of a cotton thread |
Basis tho Theories of Profs. Von Pettenkofer,
Parkes. Kreiger, Buck and others.
ADVANTAGES.?Capillary action of unspun
wool upon the body. Greatest Hydroscopic
qualities and non-Irritating. Interstices nat
urally formed, stores body temperature, pre
vents rapid Radiation during Climatic
Changes; also aiding Transportation of Mois
ture. Porosity, Elasticity, 1'erfect Fit and
Non-shrinkabillty are regarded.
INDICATED in Rheumatism Kidney Disease
(Nephrites), Pulmonary Consumption, Ca
tarrhal Toubles. La Grippe, ctc., as well as
a general Prophylactic.
Nom?Features accomplished recognized by
tho Medical Profession since is>si, abo en
dorsed by U. S. Army, U. S. Navy, I'olico and
for saw: at
C. HESS & SON'S,
Merchant Tailors and Gents' Furnishers,
1323 and 1325 Market Street.
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER.
overcoats- m. gutman 4. co.
If Your Political Wager has
been an Overcoatrsee
Carr's, Schnable's, McGee's Crom
ejilis. - XjIzl o cl
Long, Warm Ulsters.
Just Such Garments as Your
Tailor Would Want
$30 TO $40 FOR.
We Show a Magnificent
Line of Them From
m & uo.
twelfth and main streets.
CHINA, GLASS &QUEENSWARE.
At Very Low Trices.
Wo only hnve space to quote a few of
the iol' '
Yases and Hantol Ornaments In Great
Ill'J AND 1121 MAIN* ST. no3
GOLD HEDAL, PAU1S, 1878.
1. Baker & Go.'s
The pride of nil housekeepers. Capacity of
mill, 10,MM barrels per day. 1-or sale byulijrro
from which tho excess of
oil lms been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
arc used in its preparation. It has
more than three limes the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefbro far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for.invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Croccrs everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO.. Dorciiestsr, Mass,
AMUSEM E NTS.
0suLu>ilvs0' | Monday, Koy, 9,
Aad a clever Comrnny of Conicdliras in ih0
Greatest Comedy Success,
!Xm* ?ir'8- V?u must see it. ?
pfofit iou ImM ,i0"r Co1- Mllioilrr.
Tw.li V. V ^on m"sl hi! til WO.
Prettv iirn \i v011'11 ffjW-t all your troubled
vl M orC oa- ^ ou will litugb.
i rettj Company You can't help it.
Under the Direction of
-X. S3. ETUG-EET^.
?u!rcIfS ???cwtta A. House's Slus*
..tore 1 rida>. November o.
??? Just From Now York. ??
Wednesday andThnrsJay, Nov. il ?12
XJovoy i?s Sj
SK*'11 together in o:?i enmtinv. Tin
llliole world contributes to tills enterprise.
America's Greatest llorsi-iiiau,
. i ., kojikrt .stick sj:y,
Alia bis wouderiul borv. Spot, trained dogs
. Hob and Prince.
T>,? ri^.U,.U *'"Vorlt<-' Clown. MAX III.'GO.
-r?;^ 'a, 1,viniJGc W^ud rs.tbeSA !.AMi:03
?rk Vm"'i i)jl",'L"f7 ideality, L.\ CKiAl.i:.
ine iuack-F/io,: i;unci.about Comedian-,
lilt ANN ON AND ?JEVEIt,
Hint 1'uvoritc Coiitedian.
t CIIAUL&j PHILLIPS.
, Jnpnn n Representative Manipulator. YANK HOE
! ucrinuny n Operatic Star. ALMA HKLLINI.
1 Ti.-wi AawrlPii's Arn.batie >Mr,
L1A\ | IJA\ LNPOIM' JlilO.-'. I VIC
I ? ti.cir new ac t.
I 1%, 1 ril.? ""PI')' 'ri'b Pair, VIII- DALY.5.
Lnghuids Lady Afriaiist. .MADAME HLAND.
1 I>i<?nlnyjit(?dililciiit feat? In mld-ntr
Tiiat l-avoriteCome-Jina the Cievcr .-atlri.stnu'l
u Olsanixr bsvot.
You want to bear biin.
A World of Genuine Novelties.
A Itegular Circus Kin? on I lie Staire.
, , iti'iiitc the Childron utid .see tho Circus.
Ailmhslon. "?*> an l .Vkr. Reserved kmh a
ri"? ^ r;--i:s comiuenw.1 Monday, November
a> < . A. House's Mn-dc .Storv. i; "
grand opera house?
0. 0. OKN-T1IKIC ;..)lAN.VMa
[ iuo -Ni',':)!;i and Saturday- Matinee,
1.??, ... ?',,sii:i!en?'iinr on
. 1 hida i evening. nuvkmiiek a,
The Winsome Sunletm
The Youngest. lightest and Prettle-t .-oubrette
on the Amoricau Stage. She will present
hcrgreat realistic comedy drama, the
Special Scenery, Strong Cast. Genuine Hocky
Mountain I'onv and Hurr*>.
Prices?Orchestra Chair.*,'.<) cents: Dress Clreio.
?> cents: Gallery, 'Si cents. Season sale at Ge:w
tiler rf Store. !Ui7 Main Strrot. noj
GRAN DOPE RA HOUSE.'
^ C. C. GKNTHKIJ. ....Masai;:
THREE NlGIIT.i AND WEDNESDAY MATINEE,
Commenclm; Monday Evening. Nov.
C. W. Yrealand's Operatic iSlnsirsis,
That have pieced so many in the blgeitie?. !::?
t'lnibn the ]M>pular oow.li.m. hiim-.f!-: ..> !
<lnBCCr.MIL AliTIIl'j: l>K>IIN(i. and Amrrl' -
repr-M'i.tntive iiurnorist and vocalist, iiliv. i.s"
>> AIUU-.N, and ?0 reorl. ss J'crforin. y-n.:
'JJi'n pro^rannne of extraordinary merit, li l-'df
i'HA.NKY, Champion Solo Clo^i.<t. 'I .V.i -
tary Drill and Kxercl'es. Aiti>il<> Jockeye ( :
Mammoth Songnnd Dance. A Gr?*iit Si.'ent i :i
Act by \"under a!id K? nacdy. I-Veryti-ii-'i- i. n',
novel and original.
Prices?jOrcln.stra chairs. .Vc: <!rt ?v cirr!"
gallery. nov." on .- do at 0. C. UcutluT"'* ?
biory. iOu/ Main .street. i.u7