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[The INTELLIGENCER, embracing 1U several editions, is entered in the Post-' office at Wheeling, W. Va., at second-class . matter.] ' ? ;rI . ? ' TELETHONK NUJUUUU tdHorfsl Boeew 8391 Ceestlim Root. B22 THE INTELLIGENCER. . . . i W11KELING. OCTOBER US, 11(9, REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL TICKETS. r irat uiairict, BLACKBURN B. DOVENER, of Ohio County. Sccond District. ALSTON O. DAYTON, of Barbour County. Third District, .WILLIAM 8. EDWARDS, of Kanawha County. Fourth District, R. H. FREER, of Ritchie County. OHIO COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. For State Senator, NELSON E. WHITAKER, of Ohio County. For House of Delegates, H. F. BEHREN8, B. W. CONNELLY. HARRY W. McLURE, RALPH McCOY. County Superintendent of Free Schools, GEORGE S. BIGGS. CONGRESSMAN DOVENER'S APPOINTMENTS. '**" m||| !,?? flllo.l unc IOIIOWIIIK U]i|iuitiuucnui mil ? l?y Representative 13. B. Dovener on tho dates mentioned: At Moundsvllle, Tuesday. Ontober 25. M Wo t Union. Wednesday, Ortoher 26. . At Center Point, Thursday, October 27. at 1 p. m. i At Heuwood. Saturday, October 29, at 7:3P p. n>. In Hancock county, Monday, October 31. At Wheeling, Saturday. November 5, at 7:30 p. m*. A Case of "Doctoring Figures." A very formidable-appearing campaign document, occupying two pa$es of extra size In yesterday'* Register,'containing, to use our contemporary's language, a "veritable encyclopedia" of in\ formation. Intended to defend the year* of Democratic state administrations from the damaging testimony of the records as exposed hy the present administration. A very larg^- portion of the showing Is an alleged "review of Republican rule" In West Virginia, and a vast amount of doctored figures concerning Democratic rule. The attempt is made to show "lavish expenditures" of money by the Republicans, and grojs mismanagement to overcome the effect of the present treasv urer's report for the year ending Sep\ tember 30, showing more than a million dollars in. the treasury and not a dollar of Indebtedness, after ttoe Republican legislatures and the administration had paid more than $200,000 of a deficit left over by Democratio administrations. Figures are garbled, distorted and sup? pressed in constructing this campaign 'document, which is to be distributed to deceive voters as to the real facts. In connection with this grces misrepresentation in the document prepared for distribution to the tax-payers almost on the eve of the election for the manifest purpose to deceive by shrewdly manipulated figures, the Intelligencer this morning presents a speech delivered by State Treasurer M. A. Kendall, in which he gives the results of his investigations of the oflicial records in the public offices, and which are open to any one In the elate who desires to verify the facts he presents. If our readers will ntudy the showing made by the state treasurer they will quickly ascertain the manner in which the array of tables In the Register's voluminous document falsify the real records. It will show how the records of repeated Democratic deficiencies have been omitted, and how ' the fact Is carefully suppressed that the . excess of appropriations by Republican legislatureswas due to making up defl ~ n,.mn??Dlln o/lmlfllfilM. ciencics III'III x/Linvwoviw ? tlons. In addition to regular appropriations. and that these deficiencies deducted would k how the legitimate Appropriation* really leas thun thoae-made by their predecessor*. Mr. Kendall's graphic summary of the situation In which lie found matter* cannot be disputed. The record ahows It, and the acts of the legislature which may be fountain any lawyer's office confirm It. It l* rot ncceaeary 10 review the Allowing mad > by Treasurer Kendall, tor hin presentation of fact* will be found on another page; his official report hue already beon puhliabfd. J1lace the two alongside the Register's concocted combination of shrewdly manipulated figures. which are deficient in not bringing out matters which hnvo rhe greatest Importance, In demonatratlng that the nresent admlr <trntion has not only been more economical, bat that It has squared up thousands of dollnrs of indebtedness or deficiencies inherited from Its predecessors, besides a recovery of a shortage In the accounts of a hlprh Democratic state official. Road Mr. Kendall's brief statement. It also in a "veritable encyclopedia of information" for the taxpayers. And more Is available. | A statement from Hon. Joseph C. Brady Is published this morning In reference to a phase of the RoflUler's attempt to compare Republican state records with ihow> of Democratic administrations. 'Mr. Brady, who wji? a member of the finance committee of the home of delegates in che" first Republican legislature in twenty-lire yean," which the Register aeenu particularly to make lta object of attack, km>tr? whereof he speaks when he handles the Register's "facts and figures" without gloves and shows up the real facts and figures. We commend his statement to a careful reading by voters, to many of whom the figures be gives will be a revelation, for they make clear some things which the Register misrepresents. Important Labor Questions. All the candidates for the legislature and state senate. In responding to some questions as to their position on certain matters affecting labor, propounded by the trades and labor assembly,gave favorable answers. It was natural that they should do so. since the questions were perfectly reasonable and presented Issues on which there can fee no material disagreement among fair-minded men. While the letters of all the candidates unequivocally gave their endorsement to the principles laid down, the one which most completely covered the ground was that of Senator Whltaker, who gave specific answer to each question. with the reasons of the writer, while offering suggestions broadly covering each particular subject. The significance and the Importance of Mr. WiltaIter's replies are especially notable, because of his position as an extensive employer of labor, whose record as such Is consistent with what he says on the subjects he writes of. For this reason the public well knows that his expressions are no less sincere than those of all the gentlemen who gave their cordial endorsement to the various | propositions. There is no disagreement on any of the questions, but Senator I Whltaker sees in two of them opportunity tor suggestions which, are (n accordance with their Importance, for they are matters which have been subjects of a great, am ui inotumiuu u; vwhwmists and labor reformer*. One is the f question of child labor, and -the other, the amelioration of the condition of the working classes in general. Upon the flint question Senator; "Whltaker expresses himself in a way that shows he has given much thought to the phase of the "problem affecting child labor, which he regards as pernicious and opposed to our national principles as against the European systems. He points out, however, that In fixing the age for prohibition of such labor the difficulty of "reconciling the age to the conditions of life and the necessities of the home," presents itself, on account of the many Instances In which the labor of the youth is Indispensable to the support of the family. On this account he would advise the fixing of the limit at fourteen years instead of sixteen, in or I der that possible hardships resulting from an enforcement of the law might be averted. Mr. Whitaker, nevertheless believes in a proper and reasonable limit, as does every one who has studied the question. v On the vital question of the amelioration of the working classes generally Mr. Whitaker lays down a principle on which all agree. The question Is one of the greatest importance, because the wage-earner is no small factor in contributing to the wellfare of the country, for, as Mr. Whitaker says, he Is a big part of the government by the people. The subject Is one which Is directly connected with our general advancement and progress as a Nation on commercial and industrial lines. This question is as ^directly interesting to the working clas9 as to any other, because the producers of the country are directly concerned in the broadening of our field of operations, * nnm marbntn and hnl(l In IT ill UUl CUICIIII6 ? ? them, and on following: out our policy of commercial conquests In the markets of the world, which have already begun, as shown by our large excess of exports of manufactured and other products over our Imports. An Apt Suggestion. An article from the Lumberman's Review give? some particulars of the Intentions of the Connecticut Company which has leased from Col. John T. McGraw the plant of the Holly River Lumber Company, which, 1t will he remembered, failed during that great period of business depression of 1893. The plant is now to be resuscitated and active ... ? a |? operation? win ?e rusumcu. * ?c uwu .? an Important one, since it Is a revival of an important West Virginia Industry In these prosperous times after an Idleness of Ave years. The Item- referred to will be found elsewhere, and we commend It to the especial attention of Mr. McGraw hlzor self, as a good text for a speech on the comparative conditions existing now and in the year Immmedlately following the election of the last Democratic President. Mr. McGraw knows all about the circumstances and in possibly able to give an entertaining dissertation on the subject. The "enterprising" newspaper liar who sent broadcast over the country the report of a double murder in Logan county, of a terrible disturbed state of the public mind, of a prospective lynching and other harrowing features, including the calling out of the national guard by the governor, "has succeeded in advertising West Virginia once more as having a lawless section in which "no life is safe." Is it any wonder that West Virginia newspapers are continually called unon to defend the state against cor rupted Ideas about It that prevail in other (vtat<re( h<i long a s such individuals as iho perpetrator of this canard are permitted Co earn pocket-money by selling slanders against the name of the state to yellow Journals in the eastern cities? The Register's campaign document published yesterday showa that nt the clone of the last fiscal year of the Democratic state administration was n reported balance of $238,980, but it does not state that against llils stood old debts and deficiencies ante-dating this showing to the tune of $240,000. A young man nt Louisville,' the son of a blacksmith who bequeathed him a valuable formulu for the preparation of enameling, Is to receive $2,000 per year for live years from six manufacturing I concerns for doing nothing butkeep the | secret of the recipe. It seems that the | young man gels Uio small end of the bargain. Six large concerns that esteem a formula of such value to them, certainly should see more than this small amount In It for the owner. Poasibly they do, but the young man perhaps doesn't realize what he is giving up so cheaply. Spanish greed In Cuba may lead to the j Americans limiting-the time When certain gentlemen may remain on the is- j land. The Spanish officials are charged ! with using their positions to make | money toy Belling army supplies and engaging in other things which are not altogether honorable. Another method of employing tfreir~time If to stir up an insurrection, if possible, against the Americans. If there is truth In these statements, and there is every reason to give them credence, the earlier tjie date fixed for evacuation the better. The Democracy in Ohio is In a peck of trouble because old-time contributors, Who have heretofore been liberal with their cash, have locked their purses. These include McLean, Brlce, Sorg and others. It is all owing to the fact that the other faction controls the state organization, the gentlemen:who have always furnished the funds being resolved to let the faction so determined to run things do it all toy itself, and it finds that It takes money to oil the machinery. But the old-time contributors only smile and crueHy look the other way. The Spanish officials estimate that It will cost $16,000,000 to evacuate Cuba. Just where the Spanish government is going to raise this amount, if we can | trust to the truth of her statesmen who ore pleading the poverty act, It is Impossible to say. Perhaps Weyler can be prevailed upon to furnish the cash out of the amount he Is believed to have pocketed from tho money sent him to pay the army in Cuba. A REVIVJBD INDUBTRY Connecticut Firm I*a?es the Holly River Lumber I'lnut In till* State, f The following1 from the lumberman's Review* of New York, will bo of interest to the lumber interests in the state. It concerns the revival! of ani industry which has been idle since the panic year of 1893, when we were having an unprecedented! period of depression: I The Crosby & BeckSey Company, of New Haven, Conn., through their southern representative, Mr. F. O. Havener, have closed a deal with Horn. John T. McGraw, of Grafuun, W. Va., for a three stars' supply of choice poplar and oak timber, and- -the control of tbe large band winv-nvill, kilns and planing nriM which was formerly the property of the HoWy River dumber Company. The | lumber fraternity will recall that the latter company failed'. 1n ltJB3 ar.d' the | plant andi Umber Jum!? passtd' into the hands of Mtn. MteGraw by purchase. The*: i Crosby & Beckley Company has been j 1 running this plant) for the past eighteen | months, using the timber convenient to the mill and along the fine of the Holly River raMroad. Under line deal jus* consummated, sixteen miles of standard1 gauge railroad.' is now being built, which will open up an immense tract of very superior poplar and oak timber. The logs are to be hauied' over this railroad and delivered ait the mill at Palmer, W. Va., at t'he rate of about 1,000,000 feet per month, assuring to this prominent New Haven firm) a steady supply of logs and lumber at aii seasons of the year. The Crosby & Beckley Company are now at work, thoroughly overhauling and putting in complete order the wboli plants Including rebuilding t'he large dry kilns, and it is their intention to start the plant in full operation about December 1. Lumbermen wiho are rushing up and' down the poplar and oak country in quest of stock wild look with envying eyes upon tills contract, but all wlj: admit that it could not have or mnro /yiroihlft hands. The stock w\U bo ready for delivery soon after the first of the year. TlteGrowth at*Having*." Kansas City Journal: The charge Is frequently made* tihat the people of the United: Scutes, ail classes include*!, have grown extravagant; that they have lost the simplicity and flhriflt choraoteWstic of the early days of the n attorn These assertions are not borne out by the savings banks statistics. In IS20 there were only 6,835 savings banks In the United! States, having an aggregate deposit of $1,138,000, wthile in 1807 there were 5,208.000 (teposttors, with deposits aggregating1 $1,1130,000,000. In 1820 the average de<pos4t was $125, while that of 1897 was $370, which Is three times as large as that of 1820, and is larger than that of any European country to-day. The savings banks of the United! States have an aggregate deposit: twice as larce as thai of Germany, and Germany leads both England and Prance. It 1s probably true that) people of all classes In the Unite*! State? npomi more money than formerly, but It does not seem t*> be truo t'hat they are more extravagant according to their incomes, Tragtdf. The loosestrlfo leaned o'er the lapping stream. Purple and gold in the noonday blue; It heard the water laugh In Its dream, And coo as the wild doves coo. Many a tale the brooklet told, Of leaf and blossoms, of nak and yew; But the loosestrifo carried its purple and sold As un emperor's self might do. "What aro your tales?" it asked and lanchr-d, "What aro your blossoms of low estate? The bees for?et the honoy they quaffed, To bok at my golden Kate. I, superb In the mid-noon plow, 1, supremo in tho shadows late. Hear your chattering words late, 11 far your chattering waters How, And lean, and listen and wait. "Surely now on the anvil of doom. Crowns are wrought for my stately head; Surely now upon destiny's loom Purple robes for mo nro spread; Other flow'rs of a meaner birth Fade and fall, nnd their light Is fled ; I, tho Immortal monarch of earth, Look on tho living and the dead." Over tho creek the Sea winds come. Fierce and fitful and salt witn npray. Scattering flakes of milk-wrote foam To tho flight of tho Ptorin-rloud pray Tho loosestrife lauKhcd,"Let tho sea winds pass! I stand unwhnkrn to front their way." Cut tin* purple trails in tho soddr n graw, And tho gold floata down tin* bay. -Pall Mull liuzotte. Itnrlilcn't Arnica Salve. The beat naive In tho world for Cuts, Prulses. Sores, l'lcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chlllblalns, Corns. and all Skin Eruptions, ami positively cures 1'Iles, or no pa;* required. It Is guaranteed to give pcrfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For %ale by Logan Drus Co. If (lie llntty l? ( fitting Teeth. Be sure and uso that old and w$U-trled rrmedy, Mrs. V/innlow's Soothing Syrup for children teething. It soothes : the child, softens tho gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and Is the bpst remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. m-w&f CA0TO3TIIA. Bwt, tho II* KM Vm H,im Atari Bcu^ht iRottLl Baking Powder Made from pare cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Afcim baking powden are thegrcatot moucmto health of the present day. LmhmmmmmhSSMMMSLMBMJ EEFLECTIOKS OF A BACHELOR Some women keep their brain* about the waymhey do their top bureau drawer ?everything ac the top. SamaoD probably used to go around with a smile on to think how he had Delilah Just where he wanted her. The oniy thins that can compare wHti an animal robbed at Ite young is a woman when a man tells her he forgot- to mail abetter he gave ber. Statistics would no doubt show that all the patent things made to put on buttons with, witihout sewlnc them, have been invented by marriedl men.? New York Press. Womankind. If there is no other way in which a woman can be complimented, left her that she is a great problem A man never kfrows how well posted his wife is on church affairs until she entertains ber minister at supper. The violet, for modesty and shy unobtruslveness, isn't in 16 with- a girl wtoo Is wearing an old hwt when1 every one else has on new millinery. When a woman goes to Omaha to visit the exposition, and expects to stop with a friend1 and save $5 in' board-, sfc? mnra nil wccm auuicmi ovuvu mwug for her friend; If a woman catfches cold wearing a thin dress her husband escapes public censure. But If she catches it hanging out clothes all hris d'earest friends stop speaking to hrtm. When a girt goes around from town to town cooking1 oattmeal or a new kind of pan-cake Hour at- a grocery'Store, she is called) a "demonstrator." The word fi? so good' that AitcMson girls are using it instead of the work "cooking." Afttfhlson? gtfrls no longer cook potatoes ?t/bey "demonstrate" them. They are alco gfrvdng demonstrations to dishwashing. Women eat so !lttie and- so irregularly that it' is a wonder Irt has never occurred to Unc.e Sara t'hat t'hey wou4d make goodi soldiera ?Atchison Globe. 'I hill Sllnneml llliti. Husband?You are continually asking me to make sacriflees for you, but I can't recall anything you ever gave up for me. She?Wttff, I like tfwvt! Dldtft I give u<p my iprofjpectB of marrying any one of a half dozen of the best men in town for you??Chicago News. ^ tavrli Cnnnnl fin Cnrml with local applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cur? is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack meddcine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, and Is a regular prescription. It, Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surface*. The perfeot combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo,O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the beat. A Word to the Wise Is SnfllcUnt. Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured m? of catarrh when everything else failed.?Alfred W. Stevens, Caldwell, Ohio. Ely's Cream EaJm works like & charm; It has cured me of the most obstinate case of cold in the head. I would not be without it.?Frederick Fries, 283 Hart street, Brooklyn, N, T. 1 A 10c. trial size or the Mo. size of , Ely'? Cream Balm will'be mallei Kept by druggists. Ely Brother* 66 'Warren street, N. Y. Discovered l?y a Woman. j Another great discovery has been made, and that, too, by a lady In this country. "Disease fastened Its clutchea upon her, and for seven years she withstood Its soverests tests, but her vital . organs were undermined, and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed Incessantly, and could not sleep. She Anally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking the first dose that she alept nil night; and with two bottles, has been ntisolutely cured. Her name Is Mrs. Luther Lutr." Thus writes W. C. llamnlck & Co.. of Shelby. N. C. Trial bottles free at Logan Drug Co.'s Drug Store Regular site 60c and 11.00. Every botlo guaranteed. i KiHlnml 1 talcs Tta Ohio River Railroad. Wheeling to Cincinnati, O (6 50 Wheeling lo Lexington, Ky 7 60 Wheeling to Louisville. Ky 9 00 Wheeling to Louisville, Ky., second FA l Class o uu Ilellef In Six Honrs. Distressing Kidney and Bladder dieease relieved in six hours by "New Great South American Kidney Cure." It Is a great surprlso on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain In bladder. kidneys and back, in male or female. Believes retention of water al- < most Immediately. If you wont quick relief and cure this In the remedy. Sold by It. IL List, druggist. Wheeling, W. i Va. tf&s INTELLIGENCER COUPON. jr**Our* Nation * **|! Tn "VX/s* .it.it A *** f * Q X Tho Intelligencer Is Issuing In X X weekly parts hii Invaluahlu lllus- Y tratcd history of the Spanlsh-Amer- J 0 loan war on sou and land, (ho pic- O j 4 turea being reproduced from photo- A X graphs and original drawings ex- A X prcsHly for this work. Tho series, ? which 1h a continuation of Unclo T 0 Pam's Navy Portfolio, also In- O oJudcs photographic reproductions A , X or pictures owned by tho govern- A ] X nient and states, showing tho horo- X * 5 lion of tho nation during tho pust z ' P century. P 4 They are Issued In 1? weekly parta I A of 1C pages each, and are sold nt o 1 X the nominal price of 1ft eents each A < T nn<l one coupon cut from the Intel- I 0 llgenccr. Thoy can be purchased W ( A nt the Intelligencer ofllcn on and fy after Monday. August 1, or will bo O r 1 sent by mall; uild 2 cento each for A ' I postago. Nos. 1 to 16 now ready. X o ??CUT THIS our. o " JBWSLBY?JOHN BBOKBB& OO. WHEN YOU WANT 10 MAKE A PRESENT Tou will And the moat satisfactory place to purchase It is at thia Jewelry Store. No matter how much money or how little money you want to spend, you will ftnd ? suitable present here. John Becker & Co., JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS* 3587 Jacob Street. J. B. RHODES A CD. MODES & CO. Bargain Sale for This Week. 600 Children. DC. Grey Union Bulls, V.IW worth 35c, for ftUU 1200 pairs Ladies Fast Black i A. (Fleece-lined) Seamless Hose, 11 ||? worth 15c., Tor Al/VJ 800 P Children's All Wool Hose, QfiP All Sizes, for ZJUU 800 Ladles* ' n C a Jemey Vests and Pants, yfi/l 85c. grade, for LADIES' AND... MISSES' JACKETS Coming in DailyThe latest Styles. Give us a call and you will And our prices the lowest. * a ni j /k /v j.s. Modes g-uo. hyqibnio pndbrwear. iyst] 1Doctor 1 Says that a wet skin g ahcoes before c0ld8-s g? Jaros Hygienic Underwear absorbs moist-^ URE,PREVENTS CHILLING g?-CAN'T SHRINK -NON-rift \ Mh IRRITATING - STOUT OR dS 1 THIN-TALL OR SHORT- J MAN, WOMAN, OR CHILD ^ ? ALL CAN BE PROPERLY gn FITTED?AT MODERATE ^ COST,,TOO. For Sale by C. HESS & SONS, ' Agents for West Virginia. FASHIONABLE TAILORS AND GENTS* FURNISHERS 1321 #pd 1323 Mrhet SU Wh?li?g, W. V?. STOVES AND RANQE3. Think of Every Good point a perfect cooklnj? appllanco should have?then examine the j Cinderella Ranges. Makes kitchen work a pleasure. 300D BAK KRS?PERFECT ROASTERS Sold with that understanding. W? have them In soveral stylus. Call and sco them. NESBITT &~BRO., 1312 Market S'. AMUSEMENTS. ^ Engagement Extraordinary. ?OPERH HOUSE# Friday nnd Saturday and Saturday ( Matinee, Octobcr :sth and iSth, % Annual Tour .... Mr. Creston Clarke, Miss Adelaide Princo, In nomnntic Dramas. Friday Night "Tho Marble Heart" Jatunlny Night...'Tho Ijisi of His Race" Saturday Horsaln Mntlnco "Ruy Rlas" Mnllnco prior*, 7f?. BO and 35 eonts. Night )rlc?'H, ll.oo, 7r? and M rents, Seat* on sHlt> it C. A Houno'a music store, Wednosdny, )otobgr Mthoct24 RAND OPERA HOUSE. One Solid Week, commencing Monday, Mobrr 21. Dolly Matinees, beginning Tuesday. LITTLE IRENE MYERS ,nd hrr merry company, In repertoire. Change of play each night. Nl?ht prices?in. 2i> and ;s?o. Matlnco prlcen?lo and 2Uc. oc20 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, F>UNP?IN"CJHIO RIVER, A GENTLEMAN'S dressing cave, contslnln* hat cap and regalia. Inquire at IntelllgencerolBce. peg) O TOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meetln* of the stockholders of the La. Allema Ilulldlnjr, Loan and Saving Association will be held on Wednesday ovenlr.z, Navcxbcr 1? at 7 o>!*ck F>. m., at Xnoke's Hall. 3521 Jacob street, or the election of ofllcers and other buslness. B. SCHUL, Preildent. CHAS. E. DANNENBERG, SccriMary. oc?-nol ALL KINDS OF BONDS FOR SAIL Surety (or Coats, Awignees, Clerks, . Receivers. Cashiers, Contractor*. BSUDflOM IMS OfFICL FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO. ALTKEDPAUU . . GeaeralAgeat aii mfw ennne nkb iii-IT vvwwi Fromago De Brie Cheese. Philadelphia Cream Cheese. Neufchatcl Cheese. American Club House Chces* Roquefort Cheese. Edam and Pineapple Cheese. ALBEkT STOLZE & CO. POR RENT. The country resldenco of Mr. C. C. Woods, at Bark View, three minutes' walk from the motor. Eight rooms, hot and cold water, hath, and natural gas for heating rand lighting. Grounds lft acres. Shade and fruit; also barn. Possession given November 1st. NORTON" db OCX. 16 Excfcango Bank Building. oc22-23 : (DHL PICKLES News:: \ ~m<l(SAUEK KJtAUT. H. F. BEHRENS CO., 3217 Market Street "l^-OTICE OF ADJOURNED 8A1.B. Tha balance unsold of tha lata Charlei Lauc, deceasci], property, on North Front tract. Island, which was offered fqr aaJe o? tkn nm.x* a? 1A n m OllAfdlV uiv i.vu>b iiuuiw at. iv ? ".? Octobcr 22, has been adjourned until Wednesday, October 26. at 10 a. m., at the north front door of the court house of Ohio county, W. Va., when it will be positively sold to the highest bidder on the following terms: Ono-half cash In hand, or more If tho purchasor so elect, on day of sale, and the balance on time to suit purchasers at 6 per cent interest, secured satisfactorily to the parties Interested. oc2S I J. C. HERVBY, Auctioneer. FOR S^.Li2Z. Aetna-Standard Mill Bonds. Whltaker Iron Co. Bonds. Bonds Guaranteed by Ohio River R. R. A farm of 120 acres, 5 miles east of the city. Dwelling: No. 8 Vermont street, fl room*, hall, bath, cellar and laundry, at a bargain. Business property Nos. 2110, 2112 and 2114 Main street, sold as a whole or separate. Dwelling No. 023 Main street, 9 rooms, all modern Improvements and conveniences. Dwelling No. 1122 Chapllne street, 13 rooms, 2 bath rooms, wash house. Lot 33*120 feet. SIMPSON & TATUM, 'Phono 6M. OPERA HOUSE. II ni^ARra'qi ONE DAY ONLY. || vv I UDL.II ?JI? Under Sealed Orders, A Story of the Secret Service. A Romantic Drama In Five Acts by James W. Harklns, Jr.. Presenting MAURICE FREEMAN and a Specially Selected Company rhe Attack in the Foot-HIHs. Secret Service Headquarters. The Duel in the Night. Delivery of the Sealed Orders. The Algerian Sahara. Alone on the Dcaort. Charge of tho Secret Service. The Great Scientific Experiment. Prtces-$1.00, 75c and 50c. Seats on sale &t C. A. House's Musio Store Saturday, October 29. oc25 Talk About FIRST-CLASS CHAMOIS SKINS. .We have them In all sizes. SPONGES That will wear, and won't scratch. AMMONIA, SAPOLIO, FURNITURE POLISH, BRASS POLISH, and everything of first quality In the Drug line, at LIST'S DRUG STORE, For This Week. You will be surprised to see the Gas Heating Stoves ' we are offering for SI.25 this week, tome aod see them. * + * + + SEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS, 1210 Main Street Late' For Opening. The grandest display of Ladles' Furs over made In thla city, Tuesday and "Wednesday, October 25 and 26 only. I will dispose of a large line of Samples of Furs, consisting of Fur Capes,. Collarettes, and deal aacques, sent to me by a largo Eastern Fur House, to bo sold. Regardless of Cost. Ladles will plcaso call at G. A. BEIITER, oetM llatter and Furnisher. I4KE YOUR BISCUIT AND CAKES WITH The result will be satlgfActorjr. loid bv K. D. LIST, 1010 Main SL, and by flrnt-clasa dralcm. SILK - ' Tr For ^cddiug Parlies. HA I o j Also Have the best style Silk llats (or Opera and Parties. Suitable (or stylish young met's wear. ...E. S. DINGER CO.... I 38 Twolfth Street.