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Three oI the Quantlco Bandits Are Now In Custody. OFFICERS -CONriHUE THE SEARCH For tlie Remaining Four?Went Virginia Farnlihes Two?One Hart $if000 on II i* Pcnon?'lUo Ex proa* Company's Figure#?Two of ilio 3Ien In Jail at Martlnsburg?Account of the Arreita. | Wabmixutox, D. 0., Oct. 17.?The arrest in wilt Virginia and Weatorn Maryland of what ii continently cellared to be i part of the Quantico traia robbing gang has been fully confirmed, and it la predicted that the arrest of tbe other members of the gang will follow oon. There were seven of the robbers and three of them are under arrest Money hai been found ou only one of them. Tho reports would Indicate that alter the robbery Ibe men beat acrou country to the westward, and first sought railroad transportation in the bhonandoah Valley. Conductor Greon, of the Baltimore & Ohio road, arrived at Washington at 11:60 to-day from Cumberland, Md. He did not learn any additional facts concerning the arrest at Cumberland last niglit beyond those heretofore given, or o( the arrests at Cherry Run yesterday, lie, iiowevor, confirmed the nows, and reported that the authorities were on the track of four men in addition to tbe throe arrested. Of these four, two he said had been placed under arrest at Martinsburg this morning. They had boarded a freight train and' hud unmercifully beaten the conductor. Ono of them had u very large nickel plated revolvor. Mr. Green was not long enough at Martinsburg to learn any paiticulars of the arrest. At Shenango Junction, between Mar tiniburgifnd Harpor'a i'orry, tno railroad men iuformod Conductor Grocn that two men hud purchased tickets thoro this morning. The agent thought thoy were suspicious characters, from their apueorance and behavior. They had plenty of money, which they exhibited when thoy bought tickets, home of the money was deacribod by the ogont as gold. Two mot) answering the description sivon of those men wore eoen near Aqula creek tho day of the robbery. One of tho men, ho said, purchased a ticket, for Louisville, Ky., and the oilier for some point in tho west. Tho agont described one as a tall and tho other as a short man. It will be rouiembered that Green reported tho Shenandoah Junction incident to the Adams Express Company ofiicinls. The conductor says tho lino of tho railroad has been infested with toughs for several weeks. There wero confidence men on his train to-day, and nearly evory train is troubled with them. Thoy have boon at the Maryland county fairs and now are eeekiug other fields, giving a groat deal of trouble to tho train men. Within a week a dozon or more of thorn have boarded trains and attempted to swindle passengers. Tho last atatoment is important in its possible bearing on the arrests, as indicating that the mon in jail may havo other reasons than participation in tho train robbery for wishing to avoid tho police. At the same timo the boliof is expressed confidently that the right men have been caught. TllilUti SOW IN <JU.-?rODY. Ilut Four of thn Train llohhurti Aro Yet at Lingr. New York, Oct. 17.?Of tho seven Quantico robbers tho Adams Express Company believes that tliroo are now under arroat. The Cumberland tligpatcli aent out by tho Associated Fress this morning waa ahown to President 1* C. Weir, of tho express com puny, who aaid that it agreed wit' tho advices ruceived by linu. 1'ho Cumberland fluanoct, ho bolioved, was ono of throe men undor stu voillunc<a who passed through Front Hoyal, Va., Monday night. Tho sheriff lost track of them, though lie waa advised of their coining. Thev bought nowclothoa at Front.Hoyit I and wore traced to a Nor/oik & "Western train. Subsequently two of tho man woro apprutiundod at Cherry Unn and sent to iail at Martinsburg. Tho third escapod, but was ovortakon at Cumberland, Md., and ia now under arrost there, whore th6 only tnonoy so far as is reported was found. * Tho memorandum book which this robber carried, showing whom the entire booty had been divided, had not yet been roportod by tho company's amenta, but it should provo a valuable clue. , Four tnoro man implicated in tuo robbory have yot to bo accounted for. Mr. Weir waa positive that tho total amount otolen would notoxcocd $20,00D, and that ovon that amount would likely bo reduced by further reports. Although thoro has boon much talk of the man Cartor, said to have boon arrested as a 8uspect in Washington, he has not received a word of information concerning him. * ittifusks to talk. 1 liu Itobber Cnpluretl ut Cumberland Had Lot* ut Monny. Cumberland, Md., Oct. 17. ? This morning at about 1:10 o'clock Officer Hock, of this city, noticod a man acting in a rathor auspicious manuor near tho Italtimoro & Ohio depot, llo tried to board exproas train No. 0, weat bound, with two aatchola. Tho man auswored tho description of tho ono who waa implicated in* tho robbory of tho oxprosa car at Quautico, Va., last weok. As Boon as tho otficor attempted to inako the arrost tho man startod to run, but was soon caught by tho oflicor. llo claimed to have boon atoppmg at ono of tno hotels in this city, aud upon boing takon to each ono of tho hotols in turn claimed that it was a different ono. llo was takon to tho station house, and upon being aoarch?*d $1,553 was found hiddon in two woolen stockings. Kino hundred and twonty-throo dollars woro in notes and ?(>;50 in silver, ono silver watch and ono gold one, a lot of l>awn tickets and three silver pocketbooks. A lino Colts' navy revolver was on his person. Thoro woro forty-three cartri lgos in his pocket, and a memorandum book in his pocket showing whoro the entire boodle hud boon divided between the men. In his satchol woro found old muddy shoos a slouch hat and wearing apparel that looked like disguises, llo triod to hide another rovolver aud some money, but was canght in tho act. The man is rather largo, and woighs at loast 100 pounds. Ho is six foot tall, with a smooth face, aud drosses neatly. It was discovered by tho oMicials that lie had arrived in this city at nJ)out 11 , o'clock yesterday morning, and had : gotten away with sovoral hundred dollars in a gambling homo. Tho police ore confident they huvoouo of tho rob* ber?. The nan JUimed to belong to several orders, bat refassd to sire hit name. He wit committed to jail to trait trial on the twoaty-fiftb instant. He is very suiien, and rttfutos to talk, but before hit commitment to jail told a number of conflicting storiei. Officer Beck says that the man wan intoxicated, and made a hard fight beforo he could be arretted. CifEPitY Hex, W. Va., Oct 17.?The men who are supposed to be those who held up the Richmond, Fredericsbure & Potomac railroad train at Aquia creek last Friday night were cornered near here yesterday afternoon by some detectives. After a hard fijtht two of tbe men were captored. ., M. V. DJtYDK.V HPKIK4 At .Now SlttrUitarllle?III* Btuark* About Fruaiona?Advocating Aoarcbjr. tfjxetfU Corretpoudaux of Ike InUUigtnocr. N*W M ABTIXMVILLE, W. V., Oct 18.? Carioilty took many of oar citlzena to the opera house lut night to llitea to M. f. Dry den on bii "tariS roform" ipeocb. Mr. Dryden begin by referring to bii ministerial work which be did in thli town while pastor of the M. E. church, and rolorred to the (act that of the 110 member) but four of tbom wore Democrat!, and that be thanked God that he waa one of them. He atated tbat tbia was bis first political speech in >Vett Virginia, but before concluding he related an aneclote of an Englishman who hail interrupted him in n speech on the same subject in South Wheeling. His speech tended to anarchy; he declared that millionaires built up under a "robber protective tarilf" should be annihiiiated, and cried out that the lionso of Stephen B. Elklna waa on fire and wisbod to God it would burn, lie aid that the protective tariff enabled the manufacturer to pay higher wages, but nake'il the question: "Will he do it?" to which ho answered "No." In tho next breath ho said: "Wo have taken oil the duly on wool and thus onabled tho manufacturer to sell hia product cheaper," but ho didn'taak tbe quoation, "Will ho do it?" but undertook to prove that be waa doing it, and in tho satno breath said tlint wool bad advanced from eixteen to twenty-two centa under the Wilaon kill. llo denounced the Republican party for squandering millions of dollars in way of pensions. Your correspondent left tho meeting with an old soldier, who has been a life-long Democrat, who declared if this lie tho doctrine of the democratic party, uou envo ua iroin a further calamity, and declarod that he would vote for uaptain Dovener for Congress. 1'urinir hia speech thero was a broad srailo played over the countenances of the many Republicans who were present, and iu loud whispers he was denounced as a demagoguo and hypocrite. Kroui an expression of many of our intelligent votors, it inischt be a paying investment, il the state Republican executive committee would aend Dryden to iVotxel. ilia concluding remarks upon a re? liirious subject if compared with some of the old files of tho Wheeling papers, would prove him a greater hypocrite tliau Judas Iscariot. BAPTIST CIIUKCH. Corner S'one I.uyitiK at Fairmont?Open Conferouco I.unt Might. Special Dluxilch to Iht McUUmiur. Faiuuokt, W. Va., Oct. 17.?Tho laying ot the cornor atone of the First JJaptist church here to-day drow a very large crowd, Rev. G. M. Shott, tho pastor, has beon indefatigable in his efforts to secure funds to erect a build* ing which will bo au ornamont to tho town. , This afternoon tho inombora and friends assembled in tho Presbytorian church and from thero marched to the locatiou, which is on tho South Side. Tho procession was headed by the Fairmont cornet band and followed by the uniform rank Knights of Pythias, Odd Fellow*, Junior Order United American Mechanics, students from the state normal school and tho public high schools, and other orders. Tho principal addross was made by Kev. T. T. Johnson, of Charleston, woat Virginia. To-night in tho public school hall they are holding what is known 03 an open couforonco. IVJSAVICItS STJtJKE. Tho Situation In Full Kivor?Moro Mou Join the Strikers Fall Rivbii, Mass., Oct. 17.?A large numbor of tho woavers employed in tho inillo in tho northern section of the city struck to-day. Sanamoro mill No. 1, which on Monday had 2,SS0 looms running, to-day has but 152. Weedinore mill No. 2 is operating 200 looms loss today than yosterday, and nearly all the lootus at the Narragansett aro atoppod. It is reported that tho Narragansott will shut down ontiroly to-night. Tho Tecumseh mills have lost 300 looms sinco vesterday. This forenoon 5,000 pooplo gathered at the strikors' mooting at South Park, and 1,100 weavers participated in tho parade which followod. Four hundred women took part in tho procosoion, Silver For China. San Francisco, Oct. 17.?When the steainor Gaelic sailed for the oriont sho carried about $750,000 in silver, consigned to China, whoro it will be used in paying ofl tho army. Most of the cargo was for Japan. The hold was filled with canned meats, und tho supposition is that it is meant for supplies for tho Japanese army in Korea. Tho Gaelic carriod away 500 Chinese and lOOJapanoso. Tho Chinese say they aro going homo for tho holiday fostiv- | itics, while tho battlellolil is tho destination of most of the Japaneso. Iinlinim Killed. Oklahoma, O. T., Oct. 17.?At Reno last night while somo twonty-fivo Indians woro riding a broncho race, their animals collidod, throwing nearly tho whole party into a houp, killing two and fatally injuring govern! others. Cnrthlii I lie Treasury. Washington, P.C, Oct.17.?Tho cash balance in tho troasury today wan $114,0-13,SJG; trold reserve $0S,(}DU,'J74. li!vnitv mother should know that croup can bo prevented. Tim first symptom of true croup is hoarseness. This is followod by a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Homed? is given freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or oven aftor tho cough has developed it will provent tho attack. 25 and 50 cent bottlos for sale by Chas. It. Gooixo, Will W. Irwin, Chris. I'. Selmopf, Chas. Menkomellor, Win. K. Williams, S. L lJrico, A. E. Schoele, Will Menkomellur, John Coleman, Richards & McK.lrov, W. 11. llagno, W heeling; llowio & Co., Uridgoport, and i?. F. Peabody &Son, Bon wood. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. DAYTOV IN TUCK Ell. Bootleg Mmioc M?ld At thm County Seat Dayton ami Mawn Speak. fp^rial (hrra&yndrvx of the InteHiiffvxr. Paksojis, W. Va., Oct. 15.?Hon. A. G. Dayton sod Hon. John W. Mason ad dressed one of the largest and tnosl enthusiastic meetings ever held in Tacker county, at Parsons, on Monday evening. The conrt house waa tilled tc overflows air. und the speakera received close attention and liberal applause, i L. 1.. McUrum wan called to the chair, and he, iu an able and eloquent speech, introduced Mr. Dayton aa the repre* BfntMtive of tho younger element of the party of the diatrict. He declared him to be a man of the people. Mr. Dayton came forward amid tre? mendoua applause and began an able and forcible argument for Republican principle!. The sound of hia voice waa familiar to hia boarera, from the fact that he waa among a people with whom he wa? associated in a buaineaa way at every term of the court. For more than an hour he waa listened to with the closest attention, and we never beard a more thorough or convincing argument to prove that tho Democratic party ia responsible for the present condition of the country. He quoted from Mr. Wilson's speeches in Congress to prove that not only waa that party the sole cauie of the panic and uncertainty, but the preaent condition ot thinga had actually been predicted by Mr. Wilson if any rauicaf cnange* in mo larin icueuum should be suddenly made. Through and through it was logical and convincing and unanswerable. A longhaired Democrat from some* whore in the wilds of Tucker, who sat with his feet elevated in the air, and squirted tobacco juice promiscuously into tho midst of the audionce, greeted the opening sentence of Dayton's speech with sundry groans and hisses, but before he had proceedod for more than ten minutes thin shaggy faced deuiren gradually settled down with an expression reaching across his countonauce and clear back behind his ears, something similar to that of the small boy who has eaten a peck of green apples. Mr. Dayton brieUv referred to the vile roinark inado by Blanchard, that those who "voted for Dayton would go to h?1," by saying that while he did not believe that such a fate was liable to overtake any man simply because of any political views he might hold, yet if WilsoniBm continued "some of us may go to tho poor house." Mr. Mason mado a logical and convincing argument to prove that protection was bent for all the people, and was also the beat means of raising revenue. lie too received the closest attention, and wu9 roundly applauded. Tho mealing uujouriieu wiui uirau rousing cheers for Dayton aud tho interests of Weat Virginia. HEADY TO MOVi; Juj?une?M Truop? ami Crulanm 3Inmml nt I'ort Arthur. New York, Oct. 17.?A dispatch from Shanghai aays: Fifteen thousand troops undor Field Marshal Ova ma are encamped across Regont'8 Sword promontory, to the north of Port Arthur, and within sight of that naval stronghold. They are waiting tor a favorable moment to move forward, while outaide the port the Japaneso cruisers aro ready to intercept all retreat seaward. Sung Kwei, the emporor's father-inlaw, has reached Shan-Hai-Kwan, the plnco on the gulf of Liao-Tung whore tho high road from the coast to Pekin begins. He takes tho chief command, and will try to provent tho landing of a force of the enomy at this ^oint, which possesses groat strategic importance. A serious split has occurred at Pekin l.ntn-ann Mr OTntinnr ll.n Rriti.h minister, and Count Cassini, tho Uusflian miniator. All tho foroignora in the capital have received peremptory ordera to leave. Tho negotiations for poace have collapaod. ^ Spnnlrfh Libel Suit*. Madrid, Oct. 17.?Quoon Regent Christiana has instructed tho government to prosecute the proprietors and managers of sevoral Catholic papors which assorted that she had caused the King to be enrolled as a Free Mason. Kheumatism is primarily causod by acidity of the blood, llood's SarsapnriJla purifies tho blood, and thus euros tho disease. 7 ltucklcn'it Arnica Sulvo. Tho best aalvo in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcors, salt rheum, fever sores, tettor, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cpros pilos, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or monoy refunded. Price 25 cents por box. For sale by Logan Drug Company. lloiuu Hooker*' KxnurMlonM. The Cleveland, Loraih & Wheeling Kailway Company will soil round trip tickots to points in Michigan at ono faro for tho round trip. Tickots will be sold October 17 and November 14, good twenty days from dato of sale. Women I Martyrs to neuralgia, headache 91 and nervousness many I men suffer also--Mrs.Vn.iA I I H. Mapp,White Plains,Ga. H was broken down in health H when she began taking fr?<, I Brown's | Iron Bitters In a unsolicited letter Eft H (Juno29, lbUl.) slio writes: H "About 9 or 10 }'enrs ago Bg H I was broken down in health H H and suffered from extreme In H nervousness, and nevero n H neuralgic pains afflicted d if- H H ferent parts of my body? N fg sometimes the dreadful pain Bw B would ho in my eyes and head, sometimes in my hand H and often in my shoulders la N and neck. I took many B5 remedies, but found noun feKB like Biown'slrou Bitters. I H H have used a few bottles Bj SB every year since. I ofteu n praise it to others." H It's Brown's g| Iron Bitters |j you need 1 l.ook for croMtd Red lines on wrapper, OROWN CHEMICAL CO. OALTO., MO. JS2 Brings comfortoind improvement and tends to uenotiil enjoyment when rightly used. Tie'many, who live better than others anij. enjoy life more, with less expenditufr, by more promptly adapting the World's beat product* to the need* of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Sjrrup of Figs. Its excellence it due to its presenting I in the form moat acceptable and plea* ant to the taste, the relreoJung ana truly beneficial properties of * perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acta on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 60c anu $1 bottles, but it is manufactured hy the California Fig Syrup Co. only, wlioso name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will no* accept any substitute if offered. ktiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmj | THE GREAT | I Pittsburg I | Exposition) Now Open. 1 Sept. 5th to Oct. 20th. 1 Innes' Famous 13th Regiment Band j Of Now York, 65 Pieces, = E Th* Gskatmt Military Bakd in Amek- = E ica, has been engaged at an knormous E E cost to entertain you. , E E MECHANICAL EFFECTS E SEVER EQUALED. E See tho = Miniature Coko riant, E E Type Setting Machine. E Electric Display, E Fish Exhibit, , E Fresh Meat Preserving. E Mechanical Novelties, E Tho Latest Inventions. = MAGNIFICENT ART GALLERY. 1 ADMISSION 1 ADULTS, 25c. E Low Ratoa on All Railroads. FiiiiiiiiiilllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUiliiliilliiiiilliliiil HOUSEFURNISHINB GOODS. 0p6Ef^> There is no Substitute for Experience. The Cinderella Stoves and itauges uro the result of thirty years' experience. "Their clenulineas ieMeu* labor." "Their economy saves money." NESB1TT & BRO.f 1312 Markot street. sou Clty/geuta. Wood and Slate Mantels! ^?STKEL I!AX(iES. "v B.F. Caldwell & Co., 1508 and 1510 Mnrkot St. au2l j JF YOU ARE THINKING OK ri RCKAXINQ A * Refrigerator or Ice Cream Freezer Come and See Our Stock. ' Til.*: LA 110 EST ASSORTMENT IN THK CITY. GEORGE W. JOHNSON'S SONS, . inyO 1210 Main STitr.Kr. PICTURES A. ART MATERIALS. nAVIS YOU A riCTURK You Wnnt Framed? \ You will bo pleased with tlio large stock of latest pattern* of Mouhlliw* shown at NICOLL'S ART STORE, 1'itlCRS VliltY Low. 1222 Market street. APIctorial Jour? Northeast. Excursion No. 29 Conducted by our great Pictorgraphic Portfolio >1 .r-VT-y -T T r ' '-T 11 V W H> VIKA Glimpses "'-?America are through Canada and the New England States. The trip is to Ottawa, Can3da, for a view of Chaudiere Falls as they appear when the crown of the 1ce-king is upon them, then through Lachine Rapids and on to Montreal to participate in the Winter Carnival which is I-iaIH th^ro ThonrA wa innrnmr tr? Oiiphw* IIV.IU Vliv.ll.* < IIV-UW " W jVUIIIVJ ?W WW and take a glance at its heights and battle grounds, then speed away to Morrtmorenci Falls, Lake St. John, and the river of Death, through a region of great scenic beauty. Our trip is thereafter southward to the Green Mountains of Vermont, by lakes, rivers, falls, farm-lands, villages, and thence on into the heart of the. White Mountains. Here curiosity, awe, grandeur and beauty are in company joining hands and holding a wondrous region in their embrace; we travel to the summit of Mount Washington and look away to the sea, and around upon an armv of mountains seared with vast chasms, garlanded with heavy forests, silvered with running streams, jeweled with sapphire lakes, wonder break ing upon wonder, * Panorama^ Glorious to Behold. Cfrttn fKa VX/Kifa lVAi-kiinf<?lnc nnr fntir lc^n 1 ll/ill LI 1C ?V 11II.U iiiuuuiuiuh' v/v?* iuu> M Maine, and thence to Boston and down the Old Colony Road by Woodworth's Home, where he wrote "The Old Oaken Bucket," and Daniel Webster's Farm, to the seaside haunts of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We visit Plymouth also, where the Pilgrim Fathers anchored, view the monumental spotsi where they lie, repeat the old stories and enjoy a review of the historic associations of places and individuals which distinguished New England annals. / One Coupon cut from the First Page of the Intelligencer and Ten Cents for each part. Address the A rt Department,'. '. ==.^!rr^... daily intelligencer, wheeling, w. va. iJiworcr j. Will hrieo you np in n week Wold with WRITTEN l'A KAX1KR t0 ('nro " r?oo?D?:bilily, T.<*s oftiexnal I'nwcr in ?llh?i nor, IkvoIhhItt KmtMtnnw fr?m ntiv rr.n-.i-. If inflected, unch troubles land lu Aiit-r consumption or loiiu ttjr, fl.nopvr bo* bj mail ,6 tin*** for |5. With * *? |!t. Uek?r? ?ua Aiur wnufc. r,1(>r W(. a wrl?,n to eui??r nfund ibo mooej. Addrn# l'KAL MED1CLVE CO., cWland, Obio. Sold by CIIAS. H. GOKTZI*. Huctomo: to McUIn ttro*.. Twelfth nncl Market StrcoU. noM PHOTOGRAPHY. MACHINERY hiogins' Gallery. carothers & howe, * 43 TWKLFTII STIIMKT. O 2153 and 2157 MAIN STREET. Photographs jy?YI.liS' AIM' STUDIO. machinery. FHOToonAPHa Automatic Safety Gas or Oil Engines. i'OltTHAITS IS I'ASTKU Oil- CltAYOM. WaTKII am"nt bicycles. 21S4 TUtKIN STREET. Wo will cxchnnKo your old mount for au IDE ELLIPTIC CltAXK 1IICYCLK, fustoit ro?d whool GROCERIES ETC. nn'1l>o?t lull <'11 iuIhton earth. JoI2 J^KOM GERMAN'V. JJEDMAN A CO., Dried Pears, Lentils and Dili general machinists PicklOS at And Manufacturers of Marino and H. F. BEHRENS', Stationary EnBlne?. No branch stores. i?17 Murkct Slroot, aul7 WllKKLING, W. VA.