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The Pernio Advance.
T. T. McDOUOAL,
SDITOK ANIi mormnoi.
WediM mlny, September 14, 1004
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For President,
TII KOI>()UK lit)(>SKVKLT,
of New York,
tor \ ice-President,
ClIARLKs \V. FAIRBANKS,
of Indiana.
For Congress, Fifth District,
JAMES A. II lTG I IKS,
of (,'rIh-II county.
republicahTtate ticket.
h or Governor,
WII.I.IAM M (). DAWSON,
ol Kanawha county.
I' <>r A ii<11t<>r,
ARNOLD C. SCIIKRR,
of Mineral county.
For Treasurer,
NEWTON < HI DIN,
of IMeasauts county.
For Attorney General,
CLARK \V. MAY,
oi Lincoln countv.
For .Superintendent of Free Schools,
THOMAS C. MILLER,
of M at ion county.
For Secretary of State,
CHARLES W. SWISHER,
of M avion county.
1'or Supreme Judges,
FRANK CoX,
of Monongalia eoutrtv.
JOSEPH M. SANDERS,
of Mercer county,
COUNTY TICKET.
For House of Delegates
H. B. WORKMAN,
JOHN W. ANDERSON.
For Sheriff,
W. H. II ENT.
For Frosecutiug Attorney,
J. II. MEEK.
I'or County (. oininissiouer,
L. C. < >1 rEEN.
For ('ounty Surveyor,
J. A. DOSS.
For Assessor—hirst District,
SIDNEY BARBOUR.
I-or Assessor—Second District,
MOXTEVILLE BARTRAM.
A sham hat'i i k has hceli fought
at Bull Run between soldiers m our
standing army. Just why this spot
■\va> selected, or why there is any
sham battle at all is past explana
tion, except that there is a whole
lot of money to be used up, and
certain “Biy Ikes’’ in the army want
to see something that looks like
fighting and desire to show’ off the
brilliance of their uniform. 'These
military and naval maneuvers are a
fad of some governments which
have never yet demonstrated anv use
for sending men with blank cartrid
ge" to capture forts w ithout cannon
It is all very much like chasing an
an .se bug and think you are hunting
.a fox — Wheeling Telegraph.
Reports from Virginia are to
the effect that there is a great in
difference in t he State about the
Presidential campaign. It is said :
that the people just keep going
about their business and pay no1
attention to politics. Even S*n
tor Daniel says he is “tired of be
ing everlastingly in the minority.”
\ lrginia t tikes it for prauted that
President Rooe^velt will be elect
ed. And so does the rest of the
world.
...
I'iik statement in the Republican
platform that “A Democratic tariff
has always been followed by bu«i
ics- adversity, and a Republican
tariff by business prosperity” i- true
t'1 the very letter. Not onlv ha- a
Demo rati* tariff always brought
busiiie-s adversity but even tariff
. agitato n with a doubt that protec
tion might 1 >c follow < 1 hy f rre i ra le, |
las brought bankr ipfcv and h »rd
times and a panic in every instance.
——- <4» • *
A lb.rrnu( an \ . l arger than
usual, may be ex pet * I in the South
owing to ttic fact that there will in
a large cotton < rop. , j h high prices
and prosperity as a r* -ult. The w ar
in the East and tie- deficiency of
w heat in Europe, w ill make lar^e de
mands on this oo mtry lor those
staples. Altogether the future
out-look, from a business point ot 1
view is cheering, and the South will
behold the vision with the same
satisfaction as the rest of the nation.
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Jl’iMiiNt; from Republican gains
in Vermont and Democratic losses in
Arkansas Roosevelt will he elected
by a large majority.
A movkmknt is on foot t^ erect a
monument to the memory of the
author of “Dixie,” Danial Decatur
Rmiuett, at Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
*• • ♦
Hon. W. \V. Wiiytk, of Mc
Dowell county, was nomiiiate<'by ac
clamation for Stale Seuator, hy the
Republicans at \\ illiamson the ‘>th
iiihi. He will be elected by a large
majority.
Ilox. .John If. SxoixiitAss, Presi
dent of the W cs t \’ irginia Republican
League, is now manager of that in
teresting and progressive paper—
the Wheeling Telegraph. Mr. Snod
grass is a first-elas* newspaper man.
Yks, Bro. I»r«>wn, of the Weal Vir
ginia Argus, the Ckreho Advaxck,
as long as it is controlled by thej
present editor, will stand up for
Wayne county and its people—re
gardless of polities or anything else.
Senator Fairbanks has been
touring the west. Becomes hack
reireshed and encouraged. Be pays
he thinks fen has seen evidences in
Missouri that people of that State
have determined to put a magnifi
cent Republican in the governor’s
i dice.
Sam Mathews, of the Auditor’s
office, has returned from a trip to
ayne county and reports every
thing all tight in that section of the
State. —Charleston Mail.
Of course everything is all right in
Wayne county; why shouldn’t it he?
Don’t you know the Ckrkdo Ad
vance is published in Wayne?
Not until the 20th itist. will the
Republican campaign open in
Maryland, with a mass meeting in
Baltimore, the chief speaker at
which will be Senator Fairbanks
As a matter of course he will ad
vert to the general prosperity
wich prevails m that State, and
will congratulate the citizens of
Baltimore upon their splendid re.
covery from the effects of the
Sjreat fire, which atone time por
tended a national calamity. The
Maryland campaign is to be short,
sharp and decisive.
Tub Republican State Executive
l ommiltee has made a wise selection
in the appointment of Roy B. Naylor
t'»r manager of the press bureau
Mr. Naylor’s long identification with
(he press of Wheeling and his knowl
edge of State politics makes him a
vain tble man to any party.— Wheel
ing Telegtaph.
Mr. Naylor is all right and will
prove a valuable acquisition to the i
party workers at State headquarters.
It seems that those in charge of the
State Campaign see the need of the
co-opera'ion of the Republican pre-'s
in this campai rn and are appealing
to it foi assistance, although the
State convention failed to recognize
it.
The Auvanck has for almost
twenty years aided the Republican j
party in a I campaign, in every way
possible, and is now ready to do its:
full share of the work in the present
campaign.
Opp.nino ot Gampaign.
Next Saturday, the 17th inst., the
Republican* will formally open their
campaign in this State,
The speakeis on this occasion will
b«: lion. Charles W. Fairbanks, I
candidate for Vice President; Sena
tor Stephen 15. F.lkins, Senator N.
15. Scott, Mon W. M. <). I >awson,
candidate for (iovernor; and all other
candidates for State offices; lion
A I*. \\ bite, pr. -ent Hovcrnor; the
live Coiigrc«-ineti of this State; Mon.
15. 15, Dovernor, lion. A. <». Day
1 >n, Mon. Joseph If. C» line-, Mon.
Marry C. Wood yard and Mon. Jas.
A. Hughes; hx-lt over nor (» W ,
Atkinson, Hon. Charles F. deter,
md others, d lie speaking will take
place durin g t r.e day.
A rate of ill.50 for the round trip
fr>>m Ketio\a has been reeured on
be 11 A < >. for that day ami a
ipieial iriin will leave Parkersburg
ilier ’le meeting to bring excur
sionists home.
It is dead easy for a millionaire to
>ose as a reformer. , J
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Our COA I Si ll and CLOAK Departments are now com*
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A(‘n\ Yoik, Chicago and Cleveland Milliners arc represented
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The extensive line of QUEENSWARE sold ' in our BASE
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To secure everything under considerations favorable
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lloueu'i’, the proof ol all things is in the realization
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The Big Store, Third Avenue, Huntington, W. Va.
*g«nts lor Butterick Patterns and Delineator. Visit Our Picture Framing Dept, on 3rd Floor.
WIIKN one remembers the long,
fierce opposition which the Demo-*
cats made during the last session of
Congress to the ratification of the
Panama treaty, it is at least notio
able that the whole question of the
omal 1ms been dropped in the pres
ent campaign. Mr. Charles J.
Bonaparte, writ’ng from Baltimore,
says: “Our adversaries cond inn the
means whereby our opportunity to
build the canal was acquited as rob
bery and a national disgrace; but
they show no disposition whatever
to undo the wrong they denounce;
iliey declare the goods stolen, but
they propose to keep and use as
their own these stolen goods.”
W A NTK1>-Quickly, few persons to repre
'em long eslHlillsht-d wlndt-sale house among
retHtl merchants ami agent*. I,ooiil territory
of lew couuiles. Sis 'alary null expenses
paid weekly. Kxpense money h<1 vanced.
Coin mission extra. t*ei nwtnenl engagement.
Business success In I. f’levious experience
not essential, Knelore self-addressed envel
ope Address, Sc i-kki n tk.n i>knt Travki.
kkr, S26 Ouarboru Ml., Chicago.
toNovlia
It is rumored that Governor
Wfiite will ; ppoint C. E. fladdox,
WTiir(len of the Penitentiary, 'Fax
Commissioner. The salary attached
is $1,000a year and expenses. It ia
the best office in point of salary with
in the gift of the Governor ami
Haddox will be a lucky fellow if he
secures it.
Hon. C. I). Mkhrick, of Parkers
burg, the candidate on the Prohibi
tion ticket for Attorney General, in
one of the ablest lawyer* in the State.
Although he never touches, taste*
nor handles intoxicants, and would
"»uke an admirable State official, hi*
cl)uu32H for election are rather slim.
The Palace Hotel, Sixth ana Vine
Streets, t'lncinnali, is a gem in th
way of service at rates, 00 and
4J.&0, or t'J.OO with ballr, per dav
on the American plan, $2 oo up.
war Is, European plan,
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Attorney-lit- Law,
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