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Rejected communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by sufficient postage. (Tho INTELLIGENCER, embracing lta uevoral editions, is entered In tho Poatoffice at Wheeling, W. Va., as secondclass matter.) ' TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Editorial Rooms 8211 Counting Room ...822 THE INTELLIGENCER. WHEELING. OCTOBER .10. 11)00. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. For President. William Mckinley. Of Ohio. For Vice President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Of New York. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At Larpe. BENSON B. McMECHEN, Of Marshall County. j. b. lewis. Of Kanawha County. DISTRICT ELECTORS. First District, O. W. O. HARDMAN. of Tyler Co. Second DlRtrlet, N. G. KEIM, of Randolph Co. Third District. CHwVS. C. BEURY, of Fayette Co. Fourth District, T. B. McCLURE. or Wayne Co. FOR CONGRESS. First District, B. B. DOVENER, oi Ohio Co. Second District ALSTON G. DAYTON, of Barbour Co. Third District. JOSEPH H. GAINES, of Kanawha Co. Fourth District, JAMES A. HUGHES, of Cabell Co. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor, ALBERT B. WHITE, of Wood Co. For Auditor, ARNOLD C. SCHEItR, of Mineral Co. For Treasurer, PETER SILMAN, of Kanawha Co. For Supt. of Schools, T. C. MILLER, of Marlon Co. For Attorney General, ROMEO.H. FREER, of Rltchlo Co. Judgen Supremo Court, HENRY URANNON. of Lewis Co. GEO. POFFENBARGER, of Mason Co. FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT For Circuit Judge, THAYER MELVIN, Of Ohio County. FOR THE LEGISLATURE, State Senate, SAMUEL GEORGE, Sr., Of Brooke County. House of Delegates. ABRAM McCOLLOCH, HENRY STECIC, S. G. SMITH. GEORGE A. LAUGIILIN. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Criminal Judge-T. J. HUGUS. SherlfT?D. II. TAYLOR. Prosecuting Att'y?FRANIC "\V. NESBlTT. Assessor (Clty)-ADDISO>: ISRAEL. Assessor (Country)?LESTER SMITH. County Survcyor-RORERT HAZLETT. Bryan and Aguinaldo. There la a reason for the renewed activity of Agulnaldo'a rebel forces In the Philippines. They have been encouraged In the first place by Bryan's nomination, and later by his public utterances, especially by his letter of acceptance, In which he promised, If elected, to Immediately convene Congress In extra session, give the Filipinos Independence, the United States to exercise a protectorate over them. The press dispatches yesterday gave details of desperate conflicts with the Insurgents entailing considerable fatalities on the American side. The same dispatches nlso related horrible deeds performed by the Agulnaldans. Novlclo, a rebel captain, was found guilty by a military court at Raler, Northern Luzon, of burying a live American sailor named McDonald, who was captured with Lieutenant Gllmore's party from the gunboat Ynrktown. Jt was nlso shown at the trial that Novlclo caused the death of Vnnvllle, another of Gllmore's men, by delivering him to the Igorrotes, who lured hlrn into the woods and murdered him and two Spaniards. They bound Vnnvllle, opened his veins and sucked his blood until he was dead. Those are the barbarians Ilryan Is sympathizing with, and characterising the policy of the administration as oppressive. They are lauded as patriots when they are shooting down and torturing our soldiers. Uryan and the measly "aunties" are responsible for all these horrors. Tills nssertlon is corroborated by the recent letter of Dean C. Worcester, of the Philippine Commission, to friends at the University of Michigan, as to the effect llryan's antlImperlallst campaign Is having upon Aguinaldo and the Philippine Insurrection. He writes as follows: "('nrnl t l/>nn Imm-nvtnir hf?rt* VOW rapidly up to t'.io time Mrynn wnu nominated and bejvun to talk In public. Tlio result of the announcement of his policy In regard to the Philippines was to put a stop to the Important surrenders which were steadily being made under the terms of the amnesty, and bring about renetoed hostilities through the worst districts here In Luzon. "We know absolutely from captured correspondence that this desperate effort to keep up a show of resistance Is being made only In the hope of Inlluenclng the election at home, and Important Insurgent leaders, like San DIco, say that unless Bryan Is elected or the war In China draws troops troops from these Islands they will give up their useless efforts In November. I therefore do not look for any general Improvement in the situation until after the presidential election, but with that out of the way I expect to see a speedy change for the bet "At present the insurgents are resorting to that last resource of a failing cause, wholesale assassination. They are putting prices on the heads of men known to be friendly to Americans, and are resorting to the most fiendish tortures and mutilations in order to influence the common people by fear. A letter was captured a few weeks since from a man sent in to organize insurgent "committees" in four or Ave towns where we have established municipal government. He stated that he had found it impossible for him to carry out his mission, as the people had unfortunI ately been seduced by the Americans, and said that he could do nothing until I four or five lives had been taken in each of these towns. I saw a surgeon a few days since who had Just dressed the wounds of four natives whose tongues had been cut out for refusing to loin a night attack on one of our garrison.*." Coming nearer home we find men in j the Democratic party who denounce Bryan for the very things ascribed to him by Mr. Worcester. At Butte, Montana, the other day, Mr. T. W. Coakley, a Democrat, of Boston, said: "I was bred a Democrat. In 1896 I stood by Mr. i Bryan and his platform, and spoke for I him through Illinois, New York and New England. For myself, I pray that God will forgive the American agitators at Whose door is to be laid the blood of our slaughtered soldiers in Manila, as I hope to be forgiven for every word of praise by tongue or pen that I have given to W. J .Bryan." The thing for the American people to rln tn.fliiv wf?nlr la fn <m ?Vio nnllo on/1 smash Bryan and Bryanlsm. The Laborer the Capitalist. Bryan In his attempts to array the i contented Industrious class against an1 other class In his demagogic and Indiscriminate attack on all forms of capital Is appealing to a prejudice, nothing more. The worklngman to-day, who has been frugal and saved a portion of hi:) wages Is to a certain extent a capl' tallst himself. This Is shown by the deposits In the savings banks of the country which amount to over $2,500,000,000. The national banks have had on deposit a somewhat less sum. Thesavlngs banks I represent the savings of the worklng| men .and the other the surplus capital of the merchant and manufacturer. The | sayings banks to make dividends must I loan the deposits of the worklngman, and herein Is where he In a sense becomes a capitalist. Bryan, therefore, is J as much a menace to him as he Is to the other capitalists. ! The position of the laborer was most I aptly illustrated at a political meeting [ the other day In an eastern city. A rea'i I estate dealer and builder who was something of a speaker was addressing [ an audience In Ills home city. Every ! one knew the builder, who had put up hundreds of houses and sold them on the installment plan. It took a large [ capital, which the builder borrowed from the savings banks, giving mortgages on the finished houses as security. Suddenly the speaker said: "is John Mangan here?" John Mangan rose up. "John," said the builder, "you have | worked for me several years?' "1 have," said John. "And you have earned a good many dollars, and saved some, I suppose?" "I own my own house and have 91,200 In the bank," said John. "Thank you," said the speaker, "that Is all," and, continuing to the audience, he said: "Now, what is John's $1,200 doing? I'll tell you. I am borrowing it and paying 5 per cent for It. I am borrowing the savings of several hundred men and using it in developing real estate and putting up houses, which I sell to these men ami other people on Installments. So really, John Is the capitalist and I am the laborer." "The Incident and lesson conveyed." says the American Economist, "should convince every one of the Importanco of continuing our present monetary and tariff laws. We must not only see to It that these laborers continue to have work and good wages, but that their dollars shall be worth 100 cents when they are deposited In the bank and worth 100 cents when loaned to the builder, and still worth 100 cents when withdrawn to. send the boys to col lege, or for any other purpose. 'Ana there Is another view of these comparative bank deposits. The money in the savings bank Is theabsolutf property of the depositors, most of whom are farmers anil mechanics. The money of the manufacturers and merchants on deposit In the national banks represents in a great measure indebtedness for goods and labor. So that a largo part of this vast sum also belongs to the laborer when Saturday night comes." Southern Democrats for McKinloy. The Intelligencer has from time to lime n'Jotc 1 the expressions of southern buuliicfi:! men who are pronounced In their opposition to Bryan and BryanIsm, and who declared their tarnation of voting for McKlnley. Of course the Democratic politicians of the south are not In accord with the business men of that faction, but they are only a few potatoes In a hill compared to the representatives of business and Industrial Interests who are In favor of letting well enough alone, and who desire a continuance of the present prosperity as against thff panic, niln and chioa Bryan would Inaugurate. One of the moat comprehensive expositions of the situation In the Kouth Is found In the letter of John Hkelton Williams, of Richmond, Virginia, to the Manufacture Record, of Baltimore. Mr. Williams Is at the head of the Seahoard Air Line railroad, and a man of Influence and Is supported In his views by all the three living Democratic ex-' governors of Virginia. Ills litter, In part, la oa follows: "f represent 10,000 employed men of the best classes of American citizens and $100,000,000 of Invested capital, and I feel my responsibility to both. The same conditions that give my stockholders and bondholders their dividends and Interest give the worklngmon their wages. In voting for President ! MeKlnley 1 shall feel that I am doing my part as an American citizen to de- ' fend the Interests of men and money, for it Is to the interest of both to have exchanges between buyer and seller btlsk, anil new enterprises constantly developing. I, shall feel that I am voting for the Interests of the south, because this section Is on the up-grade, and, more than any other section of the country, requires the mnlntennnce of tHe confidence that makes capital seek opportuntly and outlet, Instead of withdrawing to await results. V'l recognize the Importance of our foreign policy and the trust problem, but the American people can be trusted to deal with these as they have dealt with other questions, In due time and In order, bringing such changes as may b(* needed step by step. There Is no emergency to Justify us In inviting the fearful dangers which Mr. Bryan's election would bring, the disasters which the execution of his declared purposes and the fulfillment of his promises jvould surely develop. Vjtl am anxious to be true to the lnteresfs of my part of our country and Its people and traditions, political-ami otherwise, and I have always voted the Democratic ticket until Mr. Bryan and the free silver, class-antagonism doctrine he represents with such faithful fanaticism were thrust upon the Democratic party. I cannot think I am wrong noW when the conclusions to wjiich I am Impelled are Bhared by every man of affairs with whom I am in touch, by all the three living Democratic ex-governors of Virginia, and by the only Democratic President the country has had in fifty years." Commerce and Manufacturers. The treasury bureau of atatisiics has compiled a very interesting statement in regard to the relation the manufacturers bear to the Importation of raw materials that enter Into the products which they export. Nearly one-half of the Importations are now for their use arid more than one-third of the exportations are their products. Their importations during the nine months ending with September, 3000, amounted to $281,000,000, a dally average of over a million dollars, while their exports of finished manufactures in the same time amount ed . to $338,000,000, a daily average of more than a million and a quarter dollar^. Never before In the history of thecountry have the manufacturers impoited so much material for use in manufacturing, or exported so much finished manufactures. In the corresponding nine months of last year the importations of manufacturers' materials amounted to 5242,000,000, or HO,000,000 less than In the nine months Ju3t ended, and the exports of manufactures amounted to $277,000,000, or $C0,000,000 less than In the corresponding months of this year. In the nine months of lS'JC ending with September, the Importations of manufacturers' materials amounted to $183,000,000, as against $281,000,000 In the corresponding months of 1900, and the exports of manufactures amounted to S1S4.000.000, as against $33S,000,000 in the corresponding months of 1900. ' Thus the manufacturers during the four years have increased their importation of materials for use In manufacturing more than 50 per cent, and increased their exportation of finished manufactures more than SO per cent. Manufacturers' materials a decade ago formed but 33 per cent of the total Importations; now they form over 45 per cent of the total Imports; while finished manufactures, which a decade ago formed but IS per cent of the exports, now form over 33 per cent of the exports. "Mr. Bryan has a taste for Scriptural illustration He will remember how Christ was taken up into a hisrh mountain, and promised all the glories of the world if he would fall down and worship the devil. He will also remember what Christ answered. So the tempter now takes the American people up the mountain, and says: 'I will take from you half your debts if you will worship me,' but, then, bravo old Uncle Sam rises up in all his dignity, manly pride and honest wrath, and speaks in thunder tones: 'Get thee behind me, Satan, for it is written that thou shalt worship tho God of truth, honor and righteousness, and him alone shalt thou serve.' "?Carl Schurz, at Central Music Hall, Chicago, September 5, 1806. Mr. Bryan has been rather luxurious In his scriptural quotations. He has recently drawn on that fountain of inslratlon for tho young man Absalom and theCoodSamaritan,buthln applications have been spiritless and pointless. Hut here la a quotation that ha has perhaps overlooked. It fits him to a nicety, and was uttered by the Great Teacher. Himself: "Bwraru of false prophets which come to you in sheep's cloth'ing but Inwardly they an? ravening wolves." Henry Watterson. who vigorously opposed Bryan four years ago, is giving him a half-hearted support thin year. He thus characterised the prophet of ev^l In 1S0C: "lie is a dishonest dodger; he Is a daring adventurer: h?k is a political fakir; he Is not the material of which the people of the United States ever made a President. Nor Is lie tln? material of which any parly ever beforo made a candidate." ja Bourice Cockran In his speech at Madison. .Square Garden In 1S9G, sized up Bryan in the following language: "Ho is an enemy of public order ,he Is tin obstacle of progress, he la a conspirator against the peace and prosperity of the industry of the country." The Democracy would throw up its hand's If It wasn't for John T. McGraw's vaulting ambition to reach the United Slates senate. Possession Is better than promise and prophecy. We have prosperity, therefore don't let go of It. There Is more business than politics In the re-election of William McKlnley. Thb DcinocratH are concentrating every effort on the legislative tickets. Tho Went Virginia Democracy Is demoralized and desperate. Voto straight. Don't trade. Girls, Beware! "I will take anyone worthy of consideration In the matter to a man whose buHlners It In to send oat agents to scour the country for girls who, under promises of good situations, are brought to thin city for hellish purposes, i Never wan that buHlness more llourlHhIng than at present. In .lime, lMtl. one of these canes got Into print. Fifteen young women were brought to this city ' l . from the neighborhood of Allentown, Pa. Those cases got Into the courts; hundreds do not. The details of this commerce are the most shocking of all that flourish. It is a traffic that invades the sanctity of the home, hundreds of miles away. It tugs at the heartstrings of mothers."?Franklin Matthews in Harper's "Weekly for October. Chapter on Money-Making. If a man takes a piece of steel worth fifteen cents and makes of it watchsprings worth *100, that Is skill. If he takes a piece of paper worth two cents and writes on it a poem that sells for $50, that is genius. If he takes a farm worth $5 an acre and by his labor and knowledge puts It In heart again and makes It worth $20 an acre, that la work. If a man takes a hammer worth sixty cents and In a day's use of It earns 51 35, that's hard work. If a man buys a yearling at a trotting sale for $15 that In lis three-year form develops ability to make a mile at a 2:06*4 gait, that Is Judgment. If a man buys a silver mine he has never seen and It makes him a millionaire, that's luck. If a man buys an article to-day for SI 50 and sells It to-morrow for $3 C9, that Is business. But when a government takes fiftythree cents' worth of silver and coins It Into a cart-wheel, and says legislatively that It Is one hundred cents, or a dollar, and pays It out as such to Its creditors, that Is not finance, but highway robbery.?New York Sun. A Cheap Trick. New York Wall and Express: Another example of the trickery and deception which Bryan Is employing In these closing days of the campaign appeared In his speech at Salisbury, Md. In reply to the Inquiry: "How about 10 to 1?" the calamity candidate said: "The Republicans have never attempted to change the 1C to 1 ratio, and Mr. McKlnley Is now coining silver dollars at the ratio of 16 to 1 without waiting for the aid or consent of any other nation nn pn.rth." Bryan's purpose In making that statement was to mislead his hearers into believing that the government was following the policy of free coinage at 16 to 1. He was, therefore, guilty of a deliberate misrepresentation. There Is no free coinage. The government Is coining sliver dollars to a limited extent, but not for private holders of silver bullion. They are being made for the account of the treasury, from bullion which belongs to the government and which hna baen lying in Its vaults for years. When It Is converted into coin there will be no further making of silver dollars until the country Is duped Into adopting the monumental stupidity of Bryanlam. which proposes that the United States shall coin all the silver In the world and maintain it uc a parity with gold. My Prayer. I have no lengthy prayer to make When I approach my bed. And when, through God's grace, I awake, Again to fare ahead! My prayer I say Through all the day? The words are few And dimple, too; "God let my faith In Theo And In Thy people be Forever strong and true!" This Is the pimple prayer I pray? If It be answered. 1 Alone shall And the way And confidently die. ?S. E. Klser, In Chicago Tlmes-IIerald. Spring and Autumn. "Thou wilt forget me." "Love has no such word." The soft spring wind Is whispering to the trees. Among llmo blossoms havo the hovering bees Those whispers heard? "Or thou wilt change." "Love changoth not," he said. The purple heather cloys the air with scent Of honey. O'er the moors her lover went Nor turned his head. ?W. J. Linton In New York Tribune. Catarrli Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ns they cannot reach the Beat of the disease. Catarrh is'a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh cure is not a quack medicine. 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 surfaces. The perfect 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 best. Opportunities for Business. During the past year the Chicago & North-Western Railway Company built 474 miles of new line through the most fertile portions of Iowa and Minnesota. These new lines of railway are now In full operation, and are dotted with promising towns, which nre trade centers for well located communities. A descriptive pamphlet with a list of the business opportunities In each io\vn may be obtained upon application to agents of the Chicago North-Western Railway or to W. B. Knlskern, General Passenger & Ticket Agent. Chicago. 111. *1 - 1 ' 11 i tfSCWHST J5LKS3A US ira owm BMW IF Women sutfer>ng from female v'VtWft troubles and e^Vsi- -yfefl, weakness, and from irregular vlSS.^ or Pa'n'u' men! vs^SLses, ought not , s/U-^Sit0 '10Pe " f\ ^^A'ji'jdoctors cannot %. S*'ie'P them. PhyI H sicians are so busy with other diseases that \-&/f / tlicy do not unt/ I v?* dcrstand tu'ly ill Wj the peculiar nil' * ments and the delicate organism of woman. What 1 the sufferer ought to do is to give i a lair inai 10 BRADFtEUrS FmnaSo Regit2at or | | which is the trite cure provided ! i by Nnturo for nil fcmnlo troubles. It I j is the formula of a physician of the i | highest standing, who devoted his I whole life to the study of the distinct ailments peculiar to our mothI ers, wives and daughters. It is made | of soothing, healing, strengthening herbs and vegetables, which have been provided by a kindly Nature to | cure irregularity in the menses. Leui fcorrhcca, Fulling of the Womb. Ncrv! ousness. Headache and Backache. 1 In fairness to herself and to flrnd> 'lelil'n Female Refjulator, every I su(Turing woman ought to give it a I trinl. A large bottle will do a ' wonderful amount of good. Sold by ( ruggists. Wn-J fir * r.lcely lllmtr??H fwliook on ttimutytrt. The Brndtlcld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. A rich man died the other day. He died In the very midsummer of life, and he left his family $1,000,0001 The doctor's certifitfr&y. cate showed that death resulted from typhoid fever. The f aoctor himself said nn\?s. to a friend : "That 00.000 man was a suicide. I '#^4 He had a splendid UWiiwconstitution. I iaj2r*nT could have pulled i S'fl S tlirouKk if his 1 IH W stomach had been J ? S A sound. But he ruined his stomach by hasty meals, snatched in intervals of business and by neglect of symptoms which have been I warning hira a year past, that his stomach was failing in its duties." The symptoms of a disordered condition of the stomach and the organs of digestion and nutrition are, among others, variable appetite, sour risings, heartburn, undue fullness after eating, dttll headache, din*pcomplexion, discolored eye, fluctuations in J physical strength, nervousness, sleeplessness, despondency. No one person will have all these svraptoms at once, but any one of them calls lor prompt aid for the I fl.iffVrUrr <?r?n*oh 1 The restoration of the stomach, digestive and nutritive organs to a condition of sound health, begins with the first dose of Dr. j Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The cure progressed from that dose until the functions of the stomach and its related'v organs are in .health}: operation. Then the nerves arc nuiet, the appetite healthful, the sleep restful, the eye. Dright, the complex, ion clear. In one word the body is in a condition of perfect health. "I was troubled with indigestion about two years," writes Wm. flowker. Esq., of Juliaettn, Latah Co., Idaho. " 1 tried different doctors and remedies but to no avail, until I wrote to you and you told me what to do. I suffered vitn n Rnin in my stomach nnd left side and thought mt it would kill me. Now I am glad to write this and let you know that I um all right. 1 can do my work now without pain nud I don't have that tired feeling thht I used to have. Five bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disco*eiy and two vials cf his 'Pleasant Pellets' curecf me/' Don't let the dealer sell you a substitute, if you want a cure. Insist on haviug "Golden Medical Discovery." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets surpass all complexion powders. They make the skin healthy and the complexion clear. Pensions Granted. Special Dispatch to the Intulllgcncer. WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.?Pensions have been granted to West Virginia ap pllcants as follows: Original?Philip Hinkle.Rlchmond, $G; Hezekiah Hashman, Schultz, ?6. Increase?Henry P. Adams.Robir.son's Mills, to $12; Jackson Spurlock, Leon, to 514; James A. May field, Dillslow, to $17; Robert Horner, MartinSburg, to $8; Addison Newman, Milton, to $1:5. Restoration and Increase?James Whltehalr, (dead) Fremlngton, to $12. Widows?Louisa A. Whltehalr, Flemington, $8, and Isabella H. Thompsan, Morgan town, $8. Postmasters Commissioned. Special Dispatch to the Intelllcencer. WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.?John F. Williams and Jacob L. Stutler have been commissioned postmasters at Eldora and Big Buffalo, West Virginia, respectively. The site of the last named office has been removed to a location three-fourths of a mJle east of Its former site. Relief in-Six Hours. Distressing Kidney and Bladder diseases relieved In six hours by "New Great South American Kidney Cure." It is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain In bladder, kidneys and back, in male or female. Relieves retention of water almost Immediately. If you want quick relief and cure this Is the remedy. Sold T? TT T Inf /I,.,,-MM ... .. .... M>U>| wubb'^li ?? ilCCHIIB. ?V. I Va. tth&s " S CATARRH Nothing but n lowill cure Ms^WW?.SB CATARRH. SS^ Jf?&9HEj0H Tlio spoclllc i'? Rii 'Jjs Ely's Cream Balm pr It Is quickly Absorbed. Gives Re- ftbtiUj Allays Intln'mmn- COLD ?N HEAD I tlon. Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Tuate and Smell. No Mercury. No Injurious Drug. Regular Size, 50 cents; Family Size, ll.uO at Druggists or by mall. ' ELY HROTHKRS. tthstew r.G Warren Street. New "Yo^k. ' AMUSEMENTS. Tope rh"houseJ One Night Only, Tuesday, Oct. 30. XBTIKriEJSi Aprl In Comblnau t $3 l llon w*n MIS FJ -GviYi Scenes from Band. \? SS seventy J oraS" People. 0^^ ArtU13Advance sale opens on Saturday. October 27, at 9 o'clock, at the box otllce. Price??Lower floor $1.50. Gallery?Admission 50o; reserved scats 75c and SI.00. oc24 ?OPERA HOUSED Mutlncc and Night, Wednesday, October 31. TIIE FUNNIEST FARCE THAT EVER HAPPENED. A Stranger in a Strange Land. ENACTED BY A SPECIAL SELECTED COMPANY. Prices?Night*. CGc, 50c. 73c and J.1.00. Matinee, ?Iic and 50c. Seats on sale Tuesday morning. oc25 LEIPZIG QUARTETTE. The concert committee of tin* St. James German Lutheran Church (Chapllno St.) takes pleasure In announcing to the musical public that thoy have secured the above ceh-brated organization lor one concert only, on Wednesday Evening, Ocl. 31, beginning at 8 o'clock, In the Church Auditorium. All admirers of Classical Sacred | Music are hornJn ? ,.autvu u ircai seldom to l)u hail In tlds city. Admission 50c. Tickets for nale at the following pianos: German Fire Insurance Co., 29 Fourteenth street; Bayha's Bakery, 1161 Market street; L. Wclsgerber, corner of Sixteenth nnd Chapllno streets. oc25 "xOPBRR HOUSED THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I. Matlncc and Night. Ninth Consecutive Reason of .Tnn. A. Heme's Beautiful Comedy-Drama, SMOKE AC'SES. Presented by .lames A. Homo's Own Company of Players, with F.ntlro Now Scenery and Mechanical Novelties. A Superb Production Guaranteed. Night prices?11.00, 75c. W.e and Hoc. Matlneo prices?'25c and fAc. peat salv opens Wednesday morning. 7 i HAND OPI'.UA lUH'SH. vi Ono solid week, commencing Monday. October 23. Matinee dally, commencing Tuesday. king dramatic company. Headed by Kirk Brown. "Hands Across the Sea," Monday night; "The TUreo Guardsmen," Tuesday matinee. Change of bill at ?nch performance. Night prices 10, ift and 30 Cvnttt. Ma Unco prices 10 und 20 cents.' oc25 .. new advertisemeotT" a i once. lclEOUND?ONE DAY HOnm* ? year* old. sixteen hand* hlch j2?> (;an have same by calllnz i?r NPVAisEUsLaMSn at tho Mcl.urc Uouje, on \\! jS S S'tWo10 811- m- TYPEWRITERS FOR SALiicj^ 2 No. 2 Smith Premiers, 1 New Yost. 2 Hnmmond3. rnone uzi or can at Bar-Lock TW writer ofllce, 1222 Market street. ocF HALLOWE'EN SPECIAir^ NUTS OF ALL KINDS. CONFECTIONERS* SUGAR MAPLE SUGAR CREAM FOR MAKING RON RONS. THE REST N. 0. MOLASSES FOR TAFFY. 1 ALBERT STOLZE & CO., 1117 Market Strict. J. G. KLINE, IOIG Market St., Wheeling, W. Vi, Cash pure liquor dealer. The purc-at arJ best brands o( whisky and wine .will t* went you upon receipt of price. Kline's Best Ryo...tl.00 per gal.,85e perqv Sunny Brook Ryc..^.EO per sal., 75c per a Paris Club Rye 52.00 per sal., 60c per qt, HollnnC Gin 5150 per ual., 75c perqt. GIVE ME ATRIAL ORDER. HIGHEST CASH PRICE Palil for Woolen and Cotton Rags. Copper, Brass. Scraps of Leather and Old Shwi ni<l Ruhhpr. Rnnf?J ?- ? - ?. ...... mi ninm c: E metal. | ...ALFRED DIMMACK,,, I 2-106 Chaplinc street Telephone Ms. I Yards 2712_Maln St Telephone as. |'i RATS AND ROACHES^ Clean your house of these pests. USE PHOSPHORUS BUTTER. sold uy R. LIST, 1010 Main Street. WM. BR ICELAND, FRESH FISH and OYSTERS.... Special attention Riven to all ordtn. Prompt delivery guaranteed. Telephone 957. 1612 ilartet 8, BOTTLES."" "-BOTTLES! JACOBSON BROS., Dealers In Second-hand BOTTLE Si Alo, Porter. Appollnarls, Wine, [l| Brandies, etc. We enter to the Wine. Llnuor nnd oral Water trnde. 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