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SCANLON CONVERTS i ji. Life-Long Democrat of Martin's Terry, Who Comes Over to tho Party of Prosperity?Joins llio Marlt Hanna Club. Charlos Wetherson, a reHldcnt of Martin's Ferry, and a life-long Democrat, attended the Scanlon meeting at llie Star theatre, In that city, Friday evening and camu out of the house thoroughly converted. He oald to a lumber of his friends, that It was the first tlmo this campaign that he had heard the truth, lie Immediately Joined the AC. A. llanna club and a Khaki uniform was given him, which he put cn and be was placed In the lead of the club on their trip to SlBtersvllle, Saturday lie states that he will vote for UcKkifcy and the whole Republican ticket. There are many similar initancts In that vicinity, as the results of to-morrow's election will show. That city will probably give McKlnley a majority ir-0 greater than It did In 1S9G. ' Dropped Dead. -Yesterday morning about 6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Keglna Halm was found dead In one of the out-bulldlngs near her residence, in Burlington. She had gotten up n. few minutes before and her daughter arose a few minutes later. When the daughter went to the kitchen Ehe noticed that there was no tire kindled in the stove, and as It had always boon customary for the mother to build the fire and have it well under headway fat-fore the daughter arrived at the kitchen, she'thinking something might bo the matter, searched the house, but In ,'valn; then a search of the out-bulldlngs was made and she was found In ono of them lying on the floor dead. Deceased was In excellent health when she retired the night before, and her death was a great surprise to the residents of that village. She was. sixty-two years of age and heart trouble . was pronounced the cause of her death. The lUUt-'Ivll ?> 111 JIIUVC IU-II.K..UH tcrngon at 2 o'clock, and the Interment will be made at the private burying ground on the farm. Nose Broken. The eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barr, of Martin's Ferry, was kicked in the face Saturday afternoon, by a horseJnhd sustained a broken nose. The Utile girl was playing'Around a team of horses which were hitched in the alley and it Is thought that phe had been abusing one of them, and it fired away and kicked her in the face. She-will be laid up for several days. Friday's and Saturday's Lectures. At the First MotKdUlst Episcopal church, at Martin's Ferry, next Friday and Saturday evenings, Prof. "W. W. Weaver a member of the faculty of Mt. Union College, will deliver two lectures. Ills subject for'Friday evening will be "Romance of Heaven," and Saturday evening, "Quo Vadis." Hannaa "Went to. Slatcrsville. The M." A. Hanna Club, of Martin's Terry, together with the Rough Rider companies of this clty,.jvent to SlstersvilU: Saturday, where they took part in that i>1 uce. The boys were very much plcns-d rrlth their treatment whlio there and enjoyed the"trip Immensely. Taken to St. Clairsvllle. Charles Dietrich, who was urrested ''last week by Officer 13alley, ut Martin's Ferry, on a charge of highway robbery.-was taken to-'^t. Clairsvllle Saturday, by Marshal Ervin, not bring able to furnish ball to the amount of 5200, which had been .rjsljed by Mayor Goodhuo. ': I John iJurna -Dead. John W. Gums, an arjed resident of Martin's Ferry, died a? his home on Walnut street, at an early hour Saturday morning, after an illness of several months. Rcccaeed wdS*fcighty years of a^e and had be;n a resident of that city f"i many yr.Ms. He x;as the father of William Hums, Democratic candidate for sheriff of iiclmont county. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late residence. Interment followed at River view cemetery. TVFall of Slate. David Evans, a resident of Bridgeport, was caught by a (ali of slate while at work at the Wheeling creek coal mines, Saturday inorntng. fie was badly bruised, hut fortunately escaped any .serious injury. Kartln's Ferry Briefs. A regular meeting or the W. C. T. U. ill he held to-morrow evening, at the residence of Mrs. Robert R. Kerr, on T.'nth street. All members are urged to hi; present. Mrs. Charles TI. Carpenter will ontlTtain tlio Iripntiir. r.f thn TltlmM. 15'f- next "Friday afternoon, at her home on West Hanover strc-ot. Rev. E. A. Read, the newly called pastor of the Baptist church, commenced the discharge of his new duties yesterday. A largo number of people from thin *Uy will take part In the Mother Hubbard parade at Wheeling: thin evening. Charles H. Drennen came down from Cleveland yesterday, to spend the day with his ; ircnts, on "The Heights." Joseph Anthony was down from Pittsburgh yesterday, the guest of his parents, on South Broadway. Harry Wilson, of Morgantown, W. Va., is the guest of his brother, Dr. R. H. Wilson, in this city. Misses Laura and Minnie Helling spent Sunday with their brother, George, at Cleveland. The "Three Musketeera" Is the attraction at the Star theatre, next Saturday eVenlng. Mrs. I,. Robinson, of Allegheny, was the guest of her son, H. G. RobinRon, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Black left yesterday for Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, to spend a few days. Communion nervlcca were observed the Baptist church yesterday inornl'. Ij. Scheehle In able to be about his r(J?m, after a month's illness with fever, i/^he election returns will be read at the Star theatre to-morrow evening. A. J. Smith has returned from a busltrip through the state. Bridgeport Brlefr.. A large number of people from this f'ty attended the demonstration/; nt 'ituinirgh and SIsterHvllle Saturday. K. Trueman and Daniel Stoker atn,'"d the Republican street demon"'ration at Cleveland, Saturday. J lie foothnll team from this city doJ.'l,,'d tin- Juniors, of Uellnlre, Saturby a flcore of fi to 0. "Virsln Clayton, of Manidugton, waa for the future Good. I The Bellalrc steel plant operated 'all of lout week on export steel. The orders of this kind have furnished a largo share of the work for several months past, and Instead of a shut-down from over-production, as was so common only a few years since, the. mills ate now kept In steady operation, not only to supply the domestic demand, but to keep up the foreign trade. Prices are so adjusting themselves that It will not bo surprising to find this foreign trade going beyond the fondest hope of the most enthusiastic advocato of present policies. . BELMONT BY 1,800 TO 2,000 Is tlio Claim of Republican County Chairman Bergundthal. County Chairman "W. C. Bergundthal confidently claims Belmont county by from 1,SOO to 2,000, and the Democrats capable of sizing up the situation concede from 1,200 to 1,600. The tide Is toward McKlnley and continued prosperity. Thu trend Is against taking any chances on any kind of a change. The people are well pleased with the general conditions now and will not risk any kind of a disturbance or Interruption. The only Democrats active are those who feel that they must Impress their perFonallty on their party for future considerations. Hundreds of the best Democrats are In line for prosperity. CONGRESSMAN GILL CONFIDENT That tho Republicans in the Nation, His State and District Will "Win. Hon. J. J. Gill, whose brief career in Congress, having scrvod only one session, has stamped him as a capable man of affairs, coverrd In a general way most of the counties of the over-thcrlver district the past ten days, calling upon as many of his constituents aa was DOflslble in the limited time at his command.' Everywhere he was received with highest favor find the most cheering reports come from nJl parts of the district. Mr. GUI has not the slightest doubt of a glorious triumph In nation, state and district, confident that the calm Judgment of the people will sustain the policy of President McKlnley and the Republican party. Wherever he has been he has received assurances from considerate' Democrats of their Intention to have a full and fair trial of the present policies before trying any new experiments. Mr. Gill ends his brief campaign with a single regret, und that Is that he did not have more time to visit In "the various counties. AH of Ills constituents nre so thrifty, chcerful and hopeful that It buoyed him up and made him forget for tho time that he had been troubled with any ailments at, nil, and their warm, hearty greetings' filled him with confidence in the Judgment of the people this year. Bellnire Briefs. | The monthly meeting of the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will be held on Thursday evening of this week at the home of Miss Alice Cunningham. The funeral of Miss Elizabeth Nally, who died Thursday night, of pneumonia. took place yesterday afternoon at the home of her sister on Rose Hill. Interment was made at Mt. Zlon cemetery. The funeral of Evelyn, the two-yearold daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brady, of the Third ward, who died Friday, took place Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. "William MeCIellan, a Bellalre boy who has been with the army of the Philippines, Is expected home soon on a furlough. The Ministerial Association meets thin morning at 10 o'clock, in the study of the First Methodist Episcopal church. Stanley Osterle, of the Third ward, died at the home of Charles Wilcox yesi terdny morning, of typhoid fever. The Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling railroad crosslnr nn Noble strpft. is lin Ins placed In better condition. Mr*. William Mills and children, of Mansfield, are guest of Mrs. Sarah ; Mills, of the Fourth ward. William Elliott, of Gravel Hill, hns j presented to the Bellalre loilce of Elks a fine pair of Elk antlers. J. a. Crawford and family left Satur, day for Pueblo, Co!., where they will make their future home. The Ladles of the Golden Eagle will give a supper and social at Armory hall to-morrow evening. Misses Ella and Mamie PIckctt, of the Third ward, are visiting friends and relatives at Pittsburgh. The Blackburn'Guards attended the Rrpublican demonstration at Sistersvllle, Saturday nlnht. j Miss Audrey Fowler, of the Fifth ward, Is visiting relatives and friends j at Pittsburgh. ! Miss Bertha Rlggsley, of Coleraln, I was a guest of Miss Lydla Simmons, I Saturday. William Burke, of Baltimore, was .In the city Saturday, calling on the merchants. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Litton, of Lancaster, Ohio, are visiting friends In this city. Mrs. W. TI. Brown, of Shndyslde, who has been seriously 111, is Improving. Mrs. S. D. Richards, of Eethesda, Is the guest of Mis. D. W. Cooper. Mrs. E. Wcstlake, of Martin's Ferry, Is visiting relatives In this city. William Glllcland is home from Washington-Jefferson college. Max Ilerzberg Is able to he about i again, aftor a serious Illness. | Mrs. A. L. Baron, of Tlflln, O.. I? visi King friends In this city. | Henry Nagle Is home from New Jerj scy, tti vote. Ilheumatlnm Cured in a Day. I "Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and i Neuralgia radically cures In 1 to 3 days. lis action upon the system Is rertiarlwI bio and mysterious. It removes ai oncft the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The llrsi dona greatly benefits. 7"i rents. Fold by IJ. 11. List, j 1010 Main street, Chat'. McnkcfnHIor, corner Market and Twenty-second i streets, druggists. ? tmv&/ ! MY lino nf OvorcnatlriRH nrul Minting arc uhvayn of 11ir- rliolcoKt pntloriiM. J C. W. BEAlJlUGllT'ti SUN. $ BELLAIRE. | BRIDGEPORT. 4 MARTIN'S FERRY. yi r the guest of J. C. l>nt and family, at Brookslde, over Sunday. The Democratic club may go to Mingo this evening, for the parade nt that place. Edward Munley, of Matamoras, was the guest of Dennis Murphy, over Sunday. Miss Edith Loe, of MoundsvlUe, is the guest for a few dnyH, of Miss Ethel Cox. : William Koehnllne leaves this week for a trip through Oregon. George Fisher was down from Mingo over Sunday. WORKING OH FOREIGN ORDERS Is tho Bellalre Steel Plant?Prospects west Virginia. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. NATIONAL. For Frc?ldfiit, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. Of Nebraska. : ': ' For Vice PreHldent. I ADLAI EWING STEVENSON, Of Illinois. [ 'or Electors of President nn<! Vice President of the United States, JOHN W. DAVIS. Of Clarksburg, Harrison County. DAVID II. LEONARD, Of Farkersburg, Wood County. JAMES D. Bit EN NAN. Of Wheeling, Ohio County. F. W. DROWN. Of Charlos-Town, Jefferson County. JOHN A. PRESTON. Of Lewlsburg, Greenbrier County. JOHN M. HAMILTON. Of Gruntsvlllo, Calhoun County. CONGRESSIONAL. For Representative In the Congress of the United States for the First District, WILLIAM E. HAYMOND. Of Sutton, Braxton County. STATE. For Governor. JOHN II. HOLT. Of Huntington, Cabell County. For Auditor. JAMES IL MILLER. Of Hlnton, Summers County. For Treasurer. J. GARLAND HURST. Of llarpcr'a Ferry Jefferson County. For State Superintendent of Schools, IL A. ARMSTRONG, Of Morgantown, Monongalia County. For Attorney General, GEORGE M. McCOY. Of Slstersvllle, Tyler County. For Judge of Supreme Court of Appeals, JOHN \V. ENGLISH. Of Point Pleasant, Mason County. WILLIAM G. BENNETT, Of Weston, Lowls County. JUDICIAL. For Judprp of First Judicial Circuit, TIIAYER MELVIN, Of Ohio County. SENATORIAL. JOHN KUNKLB. Of Brooke County. OHIO COUNTY TICKET. For Houao of DMepntos, CHARLES A. CARENBAUEP Of Ohio County. D. M. THORNBURG, Of Ohio County. ROBERT SIMPSON, Of Ohio County. I. F. JONES. Of Ohio County. - JihIro Criminal Court, ? ..WWIS tt. JUKUAW, Of Ohio County. i ' For Sheriff. W. \v. 1UWIN, Of Ohio County. For I'roflocutlnK Attorney, JOHN n. WILSON, Of Ohio County. Foi Coiilily AxwHuor, City Dlntrlct, J. WILSON WMltE. Of Ohio County. Tor County Anuppcor. Country IDIntrlet, MICH AMI. A. MADDLCN, Of Ohio County. For Countv Surveyor. C. C. SMITH. Of Ohio County. THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, I OHIO COUNTY. I I, ChnrleB II. nennlnp, Clerk o: Given under iny hnud at thu Col WEST VIRGINIA. PROHIBITION TICKET. NATIONAL. For President. JOHN 0. WOOLLEY, Of Illinois. > " For VIco President. HENRY B. METCALP, Of Rhode Island. For Electors of President and VIco President of the United States, W. C. SHARP. Of Parkersburg, Wood County. J. W. BEDFORD. Of Huntington, Cabell County. M. L. CONNELLY. Of Clinton, Ohio County. D. J. GIBSON, Of Newburg, Preston County. C. C. JOHNSON, Of Charleston, Kanawha County. M. 8. HALL, Of Ilarriaville, Ritchie County. CONGRESSIONAL. For Reprepentatlve In the Congress of tho United States for the First DistrictGOODLOE JACKSON, Of Jane Lew, Lewis County. STATE. For Governor, T. II. CARSKADON, Of Kcyser, Mineral County. For Auditor. J. B. McGREGOR, Of Rltchlo County. For Treasurer. W. C. B. -MOORE. Of Kanawha County. For State Superintendent of Schools, E. E. MERCER. Of Marion County. For Attorney General, C. D. MERRICK. Of Wood County. For Judgo of Supremo Court of Appeals, judicial! For Judge of First Judicial Circuit, SENATORIAL. OHIO COUNTY TICKET. For House of Delegates, I For Judgo Criminal Court, For Sheriff, For Prosecuting Attorney, For County Assessor, City District For County Assessor, Country District. For County Surveyor. KCt.J C tlio Circuit Court of Ohio County, i lit IIouoo of unid county, iu tlxo city WEST VIROINJA. Social Democratic Ticket i .1. WATjCOKpSl). For Prealtfenfc'. EUGENE VjaDEr.?" Of Indlapijjj 3X5 For Vice PrdiM*nt JOB HARRJMAN Of California. n u> 010' ? . .. -# ri ?r>A virn Precl ror l^icciorn in ricaiurwi|}"? dent of the United States, ir. a. lehds. Of Marshall C$#nty. ng/ Hill ' drf J. C. KAUTZ. Of Muson Co^ty. I bo . 10 o al JOIIN CACIWAN, 0( Ohio County. Ulv M/JJ A. M. HANR3, Of Marlon County. ortv. . iIH ?D . j. M. HIWJ;' Of Kanawha CVUnty. ( V * ic P. R. GARRfitfT, Of Ritchie Cbufity. ? . .toY Ja. CONGBESSIOtfAL For Representative in thCKJongress of the United States for the fftrst District, . lc lie ir \ c tnr ? STATE. For GovcrndK1 nl0 ' 9" \l? ' I For Auditor!' V j ' i "For TreasureV, , in m )? t C For State Superintendent of Schools, .n xi no J For Attorney General, ad! nn n< For Judge of Supremo Court of Appeals eV jt! 3 jr if j JUDICIAL1." For Judge of First Judicial Circuit. H . :r. SENATORIAL. OHIO COUNTY TICKET. For House of Delegates, 10' In.", .-id i H'V. ij;i n . rt a'b b-j. lo 0J7 : 10 :u. I i nr >no ''9 J' *10 ' 13 ! . iO '119.' in: ? 10 . 9l0 >bl jqq lor For Judge Crlmlrrnt (.Court, I'U 'I . ll 0 *Ja: C/r jod ' ,o| For Sheriff, " lori .hri oq j n ff. , :r,a! For Prosecuting Attorney, .qie . lo r ri i l( 91 9(1) I 10 i H'J. For County Assessor, Qlty District. ? o." noU nv in ot:> nhh _ _ o M For County AnsoHsor, Country District. n Ji tl 3 : / J ri >i For County SutWiyor. . M/Ui bn o?.r, il'in. n< certify Hint the nbovo 'ttotatnutlonn to of Wheeling;, this 23d 'ifiiy of Octobt WEST VIRGINIA. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. NATIONAL. For President. WHARTON BARKER, Of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, IGNATIUS DONNELLY, Of Minnesota. For Electors of President and Vice President of the United States, W. B. CULLUM, Of Moundsvllle, Marshall County. J. F. McWlLLLAMS, Of 8encer, Roane County. Y. GILLESPIE, Of Ucatora, Braxton County, DR. R. 8. DAVIS. Of Klrby. Hampshire County. T. K. MASSIE, Of Tophet, Mercer County. OLIVER GORRELL. Of Algeria, Pleasants County. CONGEEISFONAL. For Representatlvo In the Congress of the United States for the First District, t t. . state] For Governor. H. T. HOUSTON. Of Alderson, Monroe County. For Auditor, W. C. RALEIGH. Of Purkcrsburg, Wood County. For Trennurer, JOHN* BRE1NIG, Of Junction, Hampshire County. For State Superintendent of Schools, F. E. ASH BURN. Of Parkersburt;, Wood County. For Attorney General, . For Judge of'Supreme Court of Appeals . i J ._., - LI*" * 1 JUDICIAL. For Judge of First Judicial Circuit, SENATOBIAL. OHIO COUNTY TICKET For House of Delegates, I for Judge Criminal Court For Sheriff, s ' ^ For Prosecuting Attorney, For County Assessor, City District For County Assessor, Country District. i For County Surveyor. r offices lmve been certified to mo nnc >r, 1000 CTr '? V WEST VIRGINIA. THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATION Al, For President, william Mckinley. Of Ohio. s For Vice President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Of New York. For Electors of President and Vice President of thevUnlto<l States, B. B. McMECIIEN. Of Glendalo, Marshall County. J. B. LEWS, ' ' Of Handtey, Kanawha County, O. W. O. HA RDM AN, Of Mlddlebourne, 'Tyler Count?. ' ' ':yiv6:i : \'N?( )>' M?i(r?; ?> N. Q. KEIM,' Of Elklna, Randolph County-it li? '' " I?o:"> In ?* ) CHARLES C. EEURY. Or Cloremont, Fayetto, County. TAYLOR B. McCLURE, 0? Wayne, Wayne County. CONGRESSIONAL. ! For Representative in tho Congress of &Q T,nlted States for the First District, B. B. DOVENER, Of .Wheeling, Ohio Cpuntjr. /' ' STATE. i For Governor. ALBERT B. WHITE;, Of ParUeraburs, Wood County. For Auditor, ' . ARNOLD C. SCHERR, ^ 01 Kcyeer, Mineral County. For Treasurer, PETER SILMAN", Of Charleston, Kanawha County. For State Superintendent of School?, T. C. MILLER. Of Fairmont, Marlon County. For Attorney General, v. ROMEO H. FREER,Of Harrlaville, Ritchio County. , For Judge of Supremo Court of Appeal* HENRY BRANNON. Of ^Veaton, Lowls County. GEORGE POFFENBARGER. OX Point Pleasant, Mason County., JUDICIAL- f'. For Judge of First Judicial Circuit* THAYER MELVIN, l Of Ohio County. / . _ . SENATORIAL. V 3. GEORGE,' jj/ I i Of Brooko County# T / ' ' OHIO COUNTY TICKET. For House of Delegates, ABRAM McCOLLOCH, , or Ohio County. ..j M HENRY S. STECK, 01 Ohio County. J \ t' ' 8. G. SMITH. ( Of Ohio County. GEORGE A. LAUGIILIJT. Of Ohio County. ' v For Judge Criminal Court T. J. HUGUS. vr , Of Ohio County. /? For Sheriff. 1 \ >. ?' D. II. TAYLOR, Of Ohio Counts*, x ' . .. v. . Fnr Prosecuting Attorney. FRANK W. NE8BITT, Or Ohio County. For County Assessor, City District ADDISON ISRAEL, Or Ohio County. For County Asrrs.'or^Conntry District, JjEstkk smixi-i, . Of Ohio County. ' For County Surveyor; HORCRT HAZLETT, ' Of Ohio County. ^ 4 ? * I filed in my office. VTU.ES H. HETyrWINO, ClflTlt