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piTie Intelligencer, PftblUkotf Ihdlj, Exetpi Sand*/. TERMS* fir Tm, by Mull, PmUc? Prepaid, DAILY (HX DAY1 IN THE WUX) It 00 DAILY (THMEI DAYS IN THE WUJQ 4 00 DAILY (TWO DAYI IN THE WEEK) 2 75 DAILY (ONE MONTH) 66 WEEKLY (ONE YEA* IN ADVANCE) 1 00 WEEKLY (MX MONTHS)? 00 V TIN PAILT ltmuJOKtatM to Mlrmd bjr carrier* fo Wheeling and adjaoent towns at 15 cents per uetk. Pewmi wiabto* to enbscrlbe in the Daily Innujotxctu can do to br eendlnc In their orden w tbe IimcuioKMCca office on postal cart or otherwise. Thar wiil bt punctually ?erred by carrier* Tributes of Rcspect and Obituary Xotlom, 60 etnupcr iuch. t'omspoadanoa oonUialoc important a?w$ solicited from every part of the surrooodlntf country. Rejected comaantcatloni will not be returned noleM accompanied by sufficient posttfa LNTKLLIGEXCKH PUR CO, nortuxton. 25 and 27 Focsmorrn Stbut, Wheeling. (The iNTRLUotNotE, rinbrtriojc Its wrenU edition*. 1s entered in the PomoOkm at Wheel, inf. W. Vjl. m Moond-cl?u matter. 1 TSXXrilONK nombus: Editorial Room* H23...Counting Room 811. ?he 3ntr Uigcnrcr WHKKLING. OCTOIIKR 20,1894. REPUBLIC AN TICKET. fok cokobms. TM DldrlH-U B DOVENER. of Ohio Coontf. Second PiMtrict-k. 9. IMVTO.V. ol tauboor Co. TMnlMHrlH-JXR H. HI/UNO.ofKanawhaCo Fourth JHatrfa?VtA KREN MI LLKR.of Jacluon Co FOB STATE ?K5ATOH-riR5T DISTRICT. 2i. & WU1TAKKIL FOR IWP*R OF DKLKJATBI, JOflKPH C. IJRADY. AHK A HAM hTAMM. Al.KX. R. CAMPBELL K. O. SMITH. FOB JUDGE OF THE TBJMIX AL COUBT. T. J. UVGVR. FOB C0UMTY MJPERIXTEXDE.VT OF SCHOOLS, JAMKh C. LEWIS. ?WK are engaged ttilft year in a movement to keep our baalaeas at home. We bavn tlUcovereU that If we do n't keep oar buftliietn, our butlnemi will aot keep tu."?Governor McKlnley at Buffalo, October 26. Mr. Wanamaker and Prices. Democratic newspapers and Democratic stumpers have sought to make a campaign point on John Wanamaker's advortiaed reductions in the prices of commodities sold in his great storo in Philadelphia. Mr. Howard, Democratic nominee for Congress in this district, has fallen in line with the rest of them. In his speech at Shinnston, Harrison county, be declared that "Wanamaker had made a 33$ per cent reductiou on goods on account ot the reduced duties iu tho Wilson-Gorman tariff bill. Mr. S. H. Chalfant had the good sense not to believo this. Accordingly ho wrote to Mr. Wanamaker, who answered promptly. The intoresttng correspondence is given in another column. Mr. Howard has fallen an easy victim to the inaccuracy and trickery of the literary bureau of his party. Two very instructive facts are brought out by Mr. Wanamaker. First, the foreign manufacturers, taking advantage of the unwillingness of American wogo-earners to accept re* duced wages necessary to compete with them, aro demanding more for their goods than formerly. In other words, urn nrwlfntinf* the tariff reductions. aa they have been known to do before. So it it that Americau consumers pay increagee tribute to tho foreign manufacturer*. ? Secondly, "there are largo reductions in prices of Roods, but they arise from salos of goods of people forced to real17.0, or driven out of busineis, by tho long shuffling and finally unwise legislation of Coneross." This is ono way to make commodities cheap, but it is a vory costly way to any people. An economic policy which forces pro. ducers to sell at loss to act ready money, which drives manufacturers out of business and throws their products on a falling market, is a policy which moanB tho decay of tho national indus* tries. It means bankruptcy for capital and idleness for labor. Perhaps this ro-ult is what Mr. Willf iam L. Wilson had in mind when ho told his British admirers at the banquet tablo in London that he and his party irionds in Congress were ongaged in tearing down tho tariff defenses which tho protectionists had built up. It is a policy which gives infinite satisfaction to overy foroign manufacturer and overy foroign laborer.. Wool refuses to go up to help the froo trade prevaricators. Wool is a stubborn thing. An Outrage by Dcmocrntio Konndors. It has come to a pretty pass when in so enlightened a community as this a man cannot entertain such political opinions as ho pleases without toughs jumping on him to boat his oninions out of him. Young Tom O'Brien, who bos boen a ' Domocrat, has seen lit to oxercise his right as an Atnorican citizen to abandon the party which no longer suitod him and ally himsolf with tho Republican party. Soino Democratic rounder*, rosonting this, boarded a train on which Mr. O'Brien was leaving tho city oarly Saturday morning and gavolhim a severo beating, as they had threatened to do bofore lie loft tho city. It appears from a statement raado by ono of thoin that ho had bet $200 that Mr. O'lirion would not vote the Ilonubliemi ticket, and when ho was convincod that his money was lost ho said lie was "going to take it out of him." Wo shall bo vory much surprised if this attompt to bulldoze be not reflonted by tho rospoctability and doconcy of this community. The object of young O'iirion's assailants wai not v t only to "take it oat 01 bin" but to mm notice oa other roan* nun wbo hire been Deaocnta that It will be dangerooi for them to Join the Bepablican party or to rot* the Republican ticket thii 7 Mr. By the time the U* rtJ th roach with the z*o* who made thia aiaialt they and other* like them will tee that the )ob they hare ondertaked te not a profitable tort of work. Thia oOeoae vu commltteed In Manhall conoty. where the ofieudera mar be Bare that they will get all the joiUce they, can uk. g " If erery Republican in Ohio eoanty ' doea hU dnty the Repnblican majority * bare will bare all the earmarka ol a landslide.> " Worktn*men and the McKtnlejr n Tariff. Mr. Tohn 0. Fendletoc, in bia apeech In the Opera Hoaae laat Saturday nizbt, " aid that no workingmeu appeared be- I1 fore the waya and meana committee " wane mo jacjumoj dim was uuuer cow aideration to ask for it* provisions. Mr. Pendleton added that the neareat any man who appeared before" rtie "commit- u tee came to being a workingman was Q John Jarrett, who was afterwards given jj an offico by President Harrison, and is C| now in the employ of a corporation rj It gives tne Iktkllioexccii pleasure to Q be able to rofresh Mr. Pendleton's memory from the official report of hearings before the ways and means com- u mittee at the time of which Mr. Pendleton speaks. Mr. Jarrett was by no means the only workingman who ap- 3 peared before the ways and means committee to aak an increase of duties. Without going through the whole ^ 1,400 pases of the printed record it will doubtless relieve Mr. Pendleton's mind j to have his attention called to the ap- v* peajanee by its authorized, representa- It IITO 01 we wnoie Amoncau runt vxiusn Workers' Union. The special porti- V( nency of this reminder is that Mr. ai Howard, the Democratic noraineo for ti Congress in the First district, was then a member of this fcrganizntion. n Tho memorial of the American Flinta m was presonted by its president. Mr. Smith, who was not given an office by President Harrison and who is still at * the head of tho organization which he n then represented before tho ways and means committee. The memorial called b attention to the largo imports of foreign ti class, the like of which could bo made ^ in this country, and 9aid that "tho re* n suits of this condition have fallen y heaviest on tho workers," and addod tc with telling force: jj' "The causes that enable so much for- n eicu glassware to be imported into the g1 United States to the detriment of the home industry are the cheaper labor of foreign countries and tho inadequacy of ^ the duty loviod on tho goods. "From tho most reliable data obtainable on tho subject tho cost of labor in the German states whence tho bulk of & theio goods is imported may'be set down at one-third of the coat in the q> United States, that of Great Britain at re fivo-eighths, and that of France at a p medium between that of the German h status and that of Great Britain. b "This vast ditterence in the cost of labor between foreign countries and the c< United States makes it almost iinpossi- jrl hie for tho home product to competo d against foreign-made goods in tho mar- S< kets of the Uuited Statos uuder the b> present duty. s< "To give tho home product an equal r< chance to compeio in United States oi markets against the foreign product, we tl think the duty on foreign-made goods ti should be increased." t? Now perhaps Mr. Pendleton or some other free trador will bo good enough ^ to show when and whero tho American n Flint Glass Workers' Union or any u other body of organized labor appeared betore air. wusons ways anu moana committeo and asked for a roductiou of duties. q u Senator Hill continue* to hold his beat ear jam up against the 'phone, and & still he doos not dctect the voice of Grover Cleveland. Has Mr. Clovoland been stricken dumb? A A ltcducod Wool Clip. "Owing to the great slaughter of sheep the pait year" and "poorer care _ due to the discouraged feeling among sheen men," the American Agricultur- 75 ist estimate* that the wool clip of 1894 "ia the lightost in several voara." This n ia precisely what protectionists pre- 'a dieted. The Democratic victory of 1S92 meant free wool. The beginning of the ki decline of the wool industry is as nat- a ural as that water shall seek ita level. We shall see moroof this decline, for it is the logical result of froe trade in wool in the United States. Wo shall ti have fower sheep in tho country and at there will bo a shrinkage in the nvorage weight of the fleece owing to "poorer caro due to tho discouragod feeling r] among sheop men." Si All tho free trado falsehoods that may bo circulated will not raako wool grow- tj ers feel better about it. Thoy know 0 that tho knoll of thoir industry has w beon aonndod, and, fortunately, thoy know that their only hope lies in the j, restoration ol the party that haa stood o by that industry. ci ^ hi Don't trade. Voto your own good ?*' Republican ticket and lot tho othor ^ ticket tako ita chances. No matter how v< fair the ofler to trade thero ia dangor in si it. n: How Can Tlinv Aumvor? In ita pictured fraud ou prices under tho now tariff tho Register sought to mako it appoar that wool bai advanced jj1 since the removal of tho duty. Every w markot quotation allows this to bo untrue. Tho Intelligencer has quotod the Democratic Philadelphia Record to fl( show that tho vory opposito is truo? c< that since tho paiango of tho freo wool ^ bill Amoricnn wool has fallen to the tj lowest price on record. c< Tho Philadelphia Record of last Fri- C day quotes tho wool of this rouion, XX and above, at 18 cents. This is tho current quotation in Philadelphia, but R sales aro made below tho quotntion. Tho Register's quotation for Jast Hf August is from L'l cents to 23 cents. If u< Highest of all in Leavening Pc Ro>l A X ABSOLU hi* quotation for last Aacast be correct, hat baa happened since Augnit tc nock oat every pound of onr fine woo! rom S cents to 6 cents of its value 7 What answer can tor free tradei lake to tbla plain array of facts? The best Mr. Howard's friends can d< i to figure out a amall majority for him f the Ilepublicana of the diatrict gel leir votea in he will have no majority y a long shot. The indications arc tiat they will get their votes in. Jon* 0. PfixnLCTOh makes the bost iriff speech from the Democratic point ( view that has been heard in Wheel ig this year, lie recites the Demo ratic campaign book bo much xnor< tpidly than the others that he does ot weary one so. WANAMAKUK** 1*11 ICES, [a Hon a Word to Say Keganling Mr Howard's QuoUlioui 1'row lilt AdvartUftunnU. b the Eilitnr of the JnteUigencer. Sia:?liou. John A. Howard mado a peech here on the 22d inat., nnd made Dmo assertions which I did not believe mon# other thintra he aaid, in eiiect: "I want you to know where I stand, am in favor of tearing down every estixe of protection. You who are not i favor of free trade aro not true LMamorata and have no buaineaain the party, ad if I am oiected to Conereaa I will ote to tear down the wall of protection, ad you who are not in favor of free ado need not voto lor me." In his further talk he declared that ool had jjoue up and that John Wanataker made treat reductions in too rilingprices ofgooda: I herewith aeud you a copy of a lettor wrote to Mr. Wauamaker and a copy f hia reply: Siii.vnston-, W. Va., Oct. 22,1891. oil John Wannmaker, Philadelphia. My Deau Sir:?I am aorry to troule you, but 1 waut to aik one queaon. The Democratic candidate for ougreas in our district make* the as>rtion in hia speeches that you have lade a reduction of 33$ per cent on all ourgooda by reaaon of tho reduction - ?- n >..wr l lauo oy iiio i/ciuuviuiib iunu. *<w?, * o not believe the atory, and you will infer a favor on me by an oarly reply, yarding tho truth or falsity of the .atementa. Youra truly, S. If. Ciialfant. Tho following ia a copy of .Mr. \v uua* laker'a reply: John Wa.namakbr, Philadelphia, 1 Privatk Officb, Oct. 24, 1894. J 11. Chntfaiit, Shinniion, >1'. I'd. Dear Sir:?Answering yonr letter inntrin^ if it ia true that our lirm hag lado a reduction of 311$ per cunt in rices on account of the now turi 11', 1 ave to Hay that auclt a statement is ofch false and silly. Silka under the now tariff are 5 tier jnt le?a; linens, no chance at ail; loves very little. Each article ia reneed according to tho tariff schedule. Dtne articles cannot bo reduced at all ecauso the foreign manufacturers have sen their chance to withdraw certain jbatea formerly allowed, aa they know ur work people had not yet acceptcd te lower wairea neccaiary for thein to ike to compete with foreign mauufucirera under the new tariff. There arc irge reductiona in prices of goods. but ley arise from aalca of goods of peoplo >rce<l to realize or driven out of bullosa by the long shuffling and finally nwioe legislation of Congress. Yours truly, John Wanamaker. This letter is commended to tho atsntion of Democrat* who persist in uoting Mr. Wannmaker's advertisemntft. 8. II. cualfant. hinntlon,' If. I'd., Oct. 20. A PKJ3K M IN." Sample Democratic Forccrjr Denounced by Mr. F. 8. I-nmNtrent. "Mr. Elkins, my services aro yours, iv politics aro my own; when they un't suit you, you know your remedy." F. S. Landstreet in 1892. Thomas, W. Va., October 23, 1S94. ) the Editor of the RegUtrr, Whaling. IF. la. Drab Sir:?Tho nbove appearing in a umber of Democratic papors, and in a ,rgo poster printed at tho Radiator lice, i9 fnlso in cvory particular. I aver said or wrote anything of the ind to Mr. Elkins, aud there was no ecossity for ray doing so. Tho whole iing is a forgery and a pure fabricaon. Very truly yours, F. S. Lakdstrrbt. [Tho abovo is a copy of a cotnmunicaon sent to tho Register by -Mr. Laudroot, and explains itBcli.] The JohnnIn Hull* In Our Clover Field. Tho largest importation of tin ovor lipped to Penvor arrived yesterday, ixty thousand pounds wore consigned oni England. Surveyor of Customs tis Sponcer collocted ior tho dutios on le cargo nearly a thousand dollars, ndor tho Mckinley bill the dnties ould havo been doiihlo that amount. Denver Mining Hfcord, October 24, 1894. Although the fences aro only purtty own, the British bulls aro jumping /or, and are eagerly gathering our hucilent grass to nourish their famished .'stems. How do our American workiginon liko it? Who lost and who linod that thousand dollars which the oraocratic surveyor of customs at Don}r failed to collect on the abovo congnmont of British tin? "Oh, justice iou hast Hod to brutish beasts and ion havo lost their reason." Tin Plate. The only way to cure catarrh :a to arify tne blood. Hood's .Sarsaparilla urilies tho blood and tones up the holo system. 0 IIiirklen'4 Arnica Halve. Tho boat salvo in tho world for cut*, ruisos, sores, ulcers, salt rhoum, fever >res, tettor, chapped hands, chilblaim, iriiH, and all skin eruptions, and posivoly cures piles, or no pay required, t is guarantee'! to givo perfect satiafao on or money refunded. Price 23 jnts por box. Fur sale by Logan Dru,' ompany. Home SitrkrcK' Kxcuraton*. Tho Cleveland, Lnntin Whooling ailway Company will sell round trip ckota to points in Michigan at one re (or tho round trip. Tickets will l?o dd October 17 and November 11, )oil twenty days from date of sale. iwer.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report | Baking ' Powder TELV PURE BREAKFAST BUDGET. ' Daring the put year 41,390 applic 1 tioos were made for patents aod 24,li wore granted. Of these 1,000 wore f , boota and shoes, 1,800 for carriage* ai wasons, 1,000 for harvsjten' impl meats, 1,000 for lamps and gas fittins 1.400 for railway care, aod 1,050 I 3 packing and storing vessels. The supposed prehistoric stone wal that the recent fires in banillac ai r Tuacola counties, Mich., uncovered a ( believed by many to be a collection stones that have bocome cemented t l>? <Ama n>in*rdl i<Annait limil to that 'tiaed in the manaiacture mineral paint A method baa at last been fonad - soldering aluminum by heating tt . metal and acraping tho aurface 00 aa ( , remove the oxydizing liltu until tl ' metal ia "tinned." The alloy uaed coi 1 siata of 50 parU of tin, 25 of silver, 25 aluminum, and mclta at 750 decrees. L. M. Hudson and sons, of Jnnip* Ereeinct, Oregon, this year raiaed 18,0( ushels of wheat and 2,000 buahela . barley. Next voar they will have 1?2( acrea of cummer fallow wheat an something like 700 acrea of spring grail 1 While Peter Pote waa at work on tt } band of tho Dolaware river laat Wedno day a body floated past him. lie r covered it* and discovered that it wi that of hia wife, who nad commitU suicide after ho left home. The youngest convict in Kentucky i . Lon. Warren, He robbed a store nee White Hill a few months aince. Warre , ia perhaps the youngest penitential subject in Kentucky, lie is onlyfou toen. 1 Joliet, III., i9 booking a fine of $100 I AMdk Af f h? 11 w riai I Pivl/1 UUUIUSb CBUI w. I..V. o.? which pass through tho place becauc they neglect to obey aa ordiuanco f< the elovution of the tracks. Good wheat is selling in Union count] Oregon, for twenty-cents per bushel, d< livered at tho mill. One farmer ha 00,000 bushels and has aold 15,000 bush ela at that price. Measurements of human hair prov that its fineness depends much on colo aud that ic varies from the 200th to th 000th of an iuch iu diumoter. A Kentucky woman recently defendo herself and children against armed bui glara for more than an hour until aj Distance arrived. Tho flrnt savings bank in this countr was the Philadelphia Savings Fund s( , ciety, organized in 181G. It is still i existence. % A Quarter Century Te?*t. For a quarter of a century Dr. King' New Discovery has been tested, and th millions who have received benefit froi its use testify to ita wonderful curativ powers in all diseases of Throat, Ches and Lungs. A remedy that has stoo i the test so long and that has given 8 universal satisfaction is no tocperimen Each bottle is positively guaranteed t give relief, or the money wiil bo refuni ed. It is admitted to be tho most rol able for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottle free at Logan Drug Co.'a Drug Stori Large size 50c and ?1. 6 M'KIXLKY AND WILSON ABROAD. In 1890 William MrKlnley wnn bnrno in eflijjv iu tho Kuglifth manufacturing cit o(SUvtlletd; but Iu 1801 WilUttut L. \UUo wan wined and dineil In l.ondon becam he m the author of n free trade tariff bit Those nre significant fact*. There is no medicine so often needo in every hotno and so admirably adapto to tho Durooses for which it is intendet as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Hardly week pause* but aorae member of tb family has need of it. A toothache a headache inay bo cnred by it. A toucl of rheumatism or neuralgia quietec The severe pain of a burn or seal promptly relioved and the aoro heale in much less time than wbon modicin has to be sent for. A sprain may b promptly treated before inflammatioi sets in, which insures a cure in abou one-third of the time otherwise rc quired. Cuts and bruises should re coivo immediate treatment beforo th parts become swollen, which can onl; be done when Tain Balm is kept a hand. A sore throat may bo curod bo fore it becomos serious. A troublesom corn may be removed by applying i twice a day for a week or two. A lami back may bo cured and several days o valuablo'time saved or a pain in tb side or chest relieved without paying i doctor bill. Procure a 50 cent bottle a once and you will never resrret it. The J electric | thrill of | j health j ! is never felt by those who = j are run down-out of sorts- = j poor in blood-badly nour- = ished?dyspeptic. That = j would be impossible, and EE so the delight of living ?5 | is lost! = Brown's Iron Bitters brings weak people up to the Stan- S dard of health?feeds the blood?acts S5 on the nerves?strengthens the mus- S= cles. It brings the blush of youth to ?5 weary women's cheeks?is a boon to Sjj the invalid?refreshes and renews 55 life in the aged?nourishes the weak, SS puny ?child?briefly said, it gives SS strength, and strength cannot exist S without perfect health. Itisancces. |5 sitjr in every family. It dots not S injure the teeth or causc constipation. ?5 it's Brown's e= Bitters you need! == j Tho Ocaainc hna the Crossed lU'tl hitics on Wrapper. gs Urown Ciirmical Co., Baltimore, Md. S5 IIIIHIiillHllllliHIIIIHHIIIIIIIIHIIHIHfl j rpuio 1NTKLMG KVCEtt I X U A C'UIAlt AMU 111E9EXTAXU.K I'AtCSX. 4 shocs-alexawder. A J * WHAT d + MATTERS ? How lone a aboe may wear If ^ & It u uncomfortable daring tba ^ wbola lima of aerrioa. ^ 5 SOME __TU.T 5 J SHOES J 5 OTHER ?? 5 ? SHOES D? NOT" J 04 ^ wo m)1 tba klxm tbat po.jw. w or ^ aud w*don't dud It neoewary ^ . to Mtoridce wear either. v l j ^ W? lit f?*t corrfftlj. Re- ^ member that plruo, when ^ f?, ^ you uilak of *boea ^ ^ ^ ^ : | ALEXANDER t ?[ # ?UO? HLIEB. 10(> Iila St # ?r 4A One chance In a MOO Piano with ? of ^ ?*ch even dollar's worth of shoe*. ^ 4^ $ 10 ? of FUn CAPES-J. S. R. & CO. s T?nii r.anflo I !1 U1 VUpU i 10 a oJj A LARGE STOCK OF ASTRACHAN. ?r ELECTRIC SEAL. Z WOOL SEAL. . SHEARED CONEY. |? PERSIAN. BEAVER. ; MINK. " MARTIN. 0 ________ r. Th? choicest selections from tbe best 0 Furriers. All the newest designs. We have Capes 22 inches long and Capes 38 d inches lone and all the intermediate r- length b. SVe invite your inspection. ; J.S. ludes & Co. 1 W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES. : W. L. Douclas i 53 SHOE no squcak7n<l 0 ?5. CORDOVAN, t. jm . ^ FRDKH&attMBl?DMLT ,? FscCAif&KWffl/uat !" Js * 3.5i> P0LICE.3 Soua. 1 - n& *2AvBorsScmSm. , CZ NO FOB CATALOGUE } ^W^?SBFW*L*douqlas, n BROCKTON, MA35. ? V?1I ?nn inn mnnf-r b* DHKhulM W. L L Dougiaa Shoe*. Because, we are the largeit manufacturer# of advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee I the value by lumping the name ant price on II the bottom, which protect* yon agalnit high d price* and the middleman's profit*, our shoes ! I equal custom work In atyle, easy Biting and ' wearing qualities. We have them sold every. a where at lower prices for the value given than 0 onv other make. Take no substitute. If your ,r Scaler cannot supplr you, we con. Sold by i. F.lt. MKNKKMEI.I.EK, *181 Market St. 1 T.J. STOSK, 1045 Mnin -street. )y? MwaF li ~ i POLITICAL. I APPOINTMENTS. n 1 Copt. B. B. DoTener Will Addron Meet;* Jngs at the Following Place?, tip to o and Including November 5, 1S94. y WeBsburg. Brooke county, Monday, October t 29. 7210 p. m. Falrvlew. Haacock county, Tuosday, Octobcr 30. ":*> p. m. , 1 0 Now Cumberland. Hancock county, Wednest day. October XI. 7:10 p. in. ? Bethany, Brooke county, Thursday, November 1 1.7:JW p. ra. I McMochen. Marshall oounty, Friday, Novem- , 0 bcrS. 7:J*i p. m. , Wheeling, Ohio county. Saturday, November . 3,7:30 p. ni. t Beuwood, Marshall county, Monday. Novemher 7:.W) p m. AMUSEMENTS. OPBRA HOUSE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER I. ENGAGEMKNT OF Willaril Spenser's Opera Co., Blroct from their Famous 13.1-Xlght Run at the Broad and rhe-tuut Street Theatres, Philadelphia, Present lug Tlie Princess Bonnie. By the Auihor of THE LITTLE TYCOON*, eo PBOPLiE?oo IKCLCDIKO Fraxk DAXIF.1.9. ELEANORE MAVa wii.ua* ARXffryo*o. Rout. Dropericx. Limjax^h ais Marion*. Maiiklla IUkeh. N. S. ItURNHAM. FRANCW Roi'K<XAtr. Joseph Gkf.exspelder. Mouxt Jov Walker. Prices?All sent# ??n lower floor. $1 .Y); admixslon 51 WJ. Balcony?Reserved seat*. Si 0); adtnltslon. flOe. ts'?t? <>u *alts at C. A. House's tnuMc store Tunwday, omnb^r U>. oc27 Gj,HANI) OPERA UOUSE. X Thursday, Friday nn.l Saturday evenlug* and Saturday Matisei:, Novembar 1. 2, a. First time at this Theatre of tbo WorldFa mom Hay, I THE GALLEY - SLAVE. Night Prices, !.*?, 2"?. 35 and 50c. Matinee prices, r- j.'tan'i :vV* or.'9 JEWELRY. Grand opening of '-.-NEW GOODS, ' Commencing Saturday, Oclobor 13, | Our lino this reason will bo choico nml from many foreign countries Kvurybotly invited to call nud look through whether thov wiah to buy or not. lte?poctfully, ^ I. G. DILLON & CO., ; Jeweler* and Importers of China and Knp.-v ?H*'>d?. (| BUYS ~ i Hie Weekly Intelligencer " ?kou? 11 ONli YliAll. NEW ADVERT!S EMENTS Wasted?a Pari n ku *vi \ tyjO : wit roo-l man bu<'umck?r< f a month. Addre* "A. A ear* lur?.. *? offlo o LOST?ON POSTOFKICF. STKIS .. b?tw??n po?tofi)<* and Twentieth ?f . twotie*doiUr bill* Finder ??,"!?; !v*ar! J brjMvtu* ?t lit# laielUf?nc?r i.aux? _ OPIV M HA KIT P 0 S i T I V K! V eared at your bora**: medicine' r t. . otHer li* l?r the ttadiral Cttro Co . c. . t\>n?alta*.k>n tree Addroa* J. D. SLATfcK. I urtt. Ocrtlaad. <>. _ ( . ? CLAIRVOYANT? PRc?f. i/Lh AH) Phrvnolucut ttud Mlndmudfr *- . hi* wife. Clalrr rant and Palumt br, ?t * n Xlu?u<v?. K'ir.' date of tuarn**e an I !<. thing. lfcOMaln > tract- ?? / OK P. FUNERAL NOTICK. The member* of Black Prln?e LMg* N<* ;? K. o( P.. are ber*by notlted U> Be a; * ca*i!e IIall. comer Tveuty-aftth *u 1 < ?treeu>. on Monday. October ?. ? H. I p. ta. lor the purpose of attending th.- . ?. of our brother. Cbaria* M. Straub. w , , tnvltM to atteud. C. TI10M \> L >\ Hinrr. K. of B. A & ^ HS. SANDS, Member American Io?tituu? Kectrtcal Engineer*. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, PEABODY BUILDING. WHEELING Electric Light. Power. Hallway. Xinln; iai Steam Plant*. Dealer tu Klortrioal SuppUaa rar?. < . VTEW ORLEANS XX ?MOLABSEB. ? The new crop (1*01) Uis *rriv.-d at H. F. &EHRENS\ No branch slow. '."1" Mark' : -:r t ^TC\ Rookwood PotteryT New Stock Just rewiv^L J\ Hvving Bros.. Agents for Rookwood I'm.- -j M11& J. A. EAYNKsi ELOCUTION, DELSARTE. MR. J. A. RAYNES. VOICE CULTURE, PIANO nml STKINOKD I NSTltU51KVIS. For terms sddrou, au? IM FOURTEENTH STU.-.uT D. HOWE.it MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. (Suoceftsor to Carothera and Ilowe. > Engines - and-Boilers, NEW AND 8E00ND-1IAND. Machinery and Mill Sapplies. 2158 and 2157 3IAIX STREKT. New ?od Kocood-Hand BICYCLES at cost. o^.?> nnnr Din puui DiiJj Li L + + SUPPLIES. Inter-Collegiate Balls. Rugby Regulation Bails. Cheap Amateur Balls. Extra Bladders for Best Balk STANTON'S B.?lf s'i.V FOE K-ZEHXTT. A o .t f irra north of cltjr. for market jcardSlOO per tnuum. So. 2>QS Alley 8 ? ? I * "? *0 roomi. Main and Twenty-tint street S'o 6? .^erenteeutb street. J'So. 104 Nineteenth aUeeL....~~~ * <J No. 2X'A MaIn street. 4 rooms. both kmc?... l: "J Bulldln* In rear of l."?01 Marke; street..... X v? Pour-roomod bou?ea. Cre*oent Place... 7 * ) store room. No. 1140 Market utreet 2S o? Pour room*, both gases and bath. No. .*> Serenteenih ?troet ..... . 11 o) Saloon and dwedlng. Martin's FeriT. ad joining U.& P. depot ? .. 39 M Eight rooms, both ivei not water and bath. No. 1016 Main street ? 3 0) No. 378erenteenth street, eight rooms, both galea, hot water aud buth......... 2! No. 2225 Market street. three roomi? 7i? Na 39 Twentieth street 10 0J 3tore room* Main and Tweuty-nrst streets. (8 00 an<l|3u<w. No. 2241 Main street....^ 16 03 No. :,602 Main streot. three room* 6 W Two rooms southeast corner Market aud Twenty?lith iUNt r, w No. &4 Sixteenth street ... 4u 0? No. 17S Seroutocn'h street 'j w Buildlnc corner Tireutr-fourth ah 1 market street* lately mod u a outlaw fnotory. No. S.VTT Cbaplloestreet, two room*.- 5 JJ No. 1W MarXe'. street, both gaio* i\ >> 1 No. 2G.B Alley D , .... & jj ,v j ^ Lh'Pllne itreec, atoro room anJ dwelling. No. ?'>06 Jacob ttrggt. ,, , j3 01 No. 2510 Jacob street I', u) No. 1527 Chapllue street, offlco room....-..,. s t)J FOR fiALt No. 77 Eighteenth street, Si 100. peal ruble lots on North and South Front street. 140 acre iirrn on Uoggs run. town1 fWO*?' 180(1110 JweU,aS' ??Ar U<>a?yHeal cautd o( erory devrip: loo. JAMES^ HENRY, Real Citato Aroqu Collector. Notary Public aui Pension Attorney, Na 1012 Market streci .wM I8 FITS 1 YOU I WEE, I HEPS I Y?U 1 I well; I! 8 The JAROS HYGIENIC fi ? UNDERWEAR U FITS EVERYBODY. t? SUITS EVERYBODY, fe ** ABSORBS MOISTURE. fr ?! PREVENTS CHEUNG. gg Ikmmmmmwz Jurm llygloaic Ua4cr*v? ukl iu tUU ollr ?nly by C. HESS & SOBS, laslilunalilo Tailors anil (jeals' Fiirnlslirrs, 1351 & 1323 3IAUKET STREET. 1X7"K AUK sou; agents ? T IN THIS VICINITY 10K File Celebrated J, E. Peppar flCa. WiiisSy *e*Mea wo carrr In Mnrir ot all f.mo- ?'i. . * Ol.l Ft. UiMirv. Kmuher^-. Mv.t.'i.'. '- 1" >il>M>ii nnd(iuckc!ihrl!ucr. Htxl nny ' k >f this cltuM iiMinl y carruvl by rtr>: ; SCH ALF lill u, DRIkSHOKST. 0015 ius ila..?