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s n . >s i of every woman. There was a time ; u'j ii : ird this on account of tlie high price \ jt so now, at our stores at least. Our ^ : <. ' . i UitUS DEPARTMENT has in i . goods from 25: a . . \ rd. t ie color in the cheapest is as fast, and , u nu iv case? equal to the better gr. les. Entire i c\N\ LS CLOTH. UN , :M.5. IVMISE. CkEPES. BENGALEES and FIGURED ... t.-uah and smooth effects that makes our •> tae most complete ;n this city. WOOLEN SKIRTS. I me second lot t those Wool ■ Skirt Patterns have arlived t: J, Blue an i Grey, with Mack c ■ an ! h rder at y\ Q/'n 75C ■ O Vi \ alue. -UR TRIMMINGS. :nd White Persian Lamb, ■ a. irten, Mink, An 1 _‘t. Seal and Wool Seal. 1 Head Ornaments; :i I t. Irimmin^s. t ’ it in.! tancv Silk s. 1 r > ;s an.1 Sets, mien s and b.dero .ASS. ri.nu special values G : <.>. i» or American a d afacture. Latest ittinus in dishes, is, Miuars, creams, .dual viishes, etc. L Me arrivals, bringing liand - >me Coats, Jackets and ( ; es. Tins department iiives universal satisfaction. It's tiie most complete to be f und. M >re styles and low ions. Every Garment Sold a ■ ;A:! SHOE bargains of : > 5i.O»SHOES, i. ; )CKE SHOE CO. ! .ver KreigO Jc->dry Stor*). [draciion of Testh tifilhooi Gas. H pH d to the gums. No pain; no dan P$* ■ r; no unconsciousness; . ... ... I . --- rirrht n after-err.vts. i ; aw exc.usive right t . .. itv. ■ or imitations. Fresh .7 • ID BRIDGE WORK 4 SPECIALTY. 2nJ tut V") ir Fee li l:\atnineJ. i - -s.oj; .or/ bos. >10.00; filings 75c up; 30 a ooth and up; extracting 2oc; \ 1 . s I 31 VI>V AfTMNOANT. •N ' "t •' T -1. MENDEL & CO ♦ Cs U ^ » c vs we will offe." l >ol :;de of..... A < \ ' y a covt-'rin.v for y;>ur kitchen oa-i oo:n icr a* ri 13 way 00wn VJC 'a n —< .vnci fr, 1 - LJ w i’-: r V, A!N STREET. f. ' \\; N ISO I <!v VROI ND. He Will Not Reach Bellaire Until Four O'Clock on Tuesday Morning. He W 11 Deliver Short Addresses at Bridgeport and Martin’s Ferry Between Seven and Bight O'C.ock — A Large Republican Demonstration, Last Evening—A /Democratic Meeting at Elm Grove—Excursionists for Canton, Other General Political News. Yesterday a slight change was made in the time of the arrival of Mr. Bryan in Bellaire, which will knock that city out of a rousing irg Democratic demon stration on .Monday night. Until r the original arrangement of Mr. Bryan's itinerary aiong the river towns of Eastern Ohio, from Bellaire north, the Presidential candidate* was to arrive at Bellaire Monday night, in time for a late speech, anti was to remain there in his car all night, preparatory to taking up the big work of Tuesday, which in cluded three speeches at Youngstown. From some reason not muue known in tin's c.ty, this aas been so changed that Mr. Bryan will not arrive in Bellaire an hi four o’clock Tuesday morning, and tne earnest leq iest to all Democrats is, that he be not disturbed uutii seven o’clock, as he needs every moment ot jest he can get. \v hile this delay .n the ar rival oi Mr. Bryan will be a great dis appoin.ment to thousands of Democrats in Bellaire and vicinity, including ui.s city, it is no. wholly a bad thing. The Kepubiicans have been preparing for two weeks for a rows ;»g big demonstra tion in Bellaire Monday night, and had Mr. Bryan arrived as originally sched ule j. the two parties might have in terfered with earn other, and some un pleasantness occurred. As things now .- and, the It publicans can hav - their 'demonstration without tear of coining in contac- with a rival demonstration, and ;h>‘ Democrr.s w.ll have their in nings. although under adverse circum stances, br.giit ami early Tuesday morning, before the train pulls out for Bridgeport and Mar.in’s Ferry, eu route up the river. The telegram announcing the changu ji piogramme arrived yesterday morn ing. at Bridgt port, and was as follows: “Chicago, ills., October 17. "George I*. Mckt c, Bridgeport. Ohio: “Mr. Bryan will reach Bellaire at four o’clock Tuesday morning. He must not be disturbed until 7 ’oclock a. m. He will spe ik for five minutes at Bridgeport, and for ten minutes t Martin's Ferry. "D. M'CON VTI.LE.” While Tie exact time of his arrival at Bridgeport i*s unknowu at this writing. ■ it \v... pr i tbiy be about 7:25 a. nn, and 1 in Martin's Ferry about 7:115 a. m. Tues ! day. It may he a few minutes later at Ci.cn point, but scarcely earlier. The < xac- time of ne schedule at both points w.ll be published as soon as ascerta*uec!. A I. Itt. I: !> KM t > NST if A l ION Itv tli” I.orui I.list Evening. I »u \«litrenHi•< at .Iii- IVi niliml Depui. Tiie local Republican organizations, witii the exception of the Eighth wan! , eiub, which wen; to Ben wood, had a | large and line street parade, las: even j ing, as a preliminary to the addresses announced to talc • place at the Terminal suilro id a ;>o‘, at -Market and Eighteenth streets. The clubs turned out about their full active membership, .and marched even bettei ban usu . and the usual Satur day nigh: crowd was attracted along the streets. The parading column, which formed on Chapiine s reet, north of Twelfth, was made up as follows: Cnivi Marshal It. It. Baguky. Staff-: Men. 1 >rum Con s 1" Men. Six Fool Club—67 Men. Drum Corps x Men. Tariff Champions -‘c Men. Drum Corps 7 Mill. Colored Kepublieans—li Men. Drum Corps to Man. Boys' Cluh—S'1. 1 »rum l 'orp.s 10 Men. First Ward Club •:» Men. 1 li'urn '' >r; s Men. 1 iltiMi n < ’:ub- ”tt Men. Drum Cmps—^7 Men. Sixth Ward Club-'d M-n. Drum Corps M.-ti. Fifth Ward Club - >1 Men. Drum Corn—-7 M* n. Young Men’s Republic .n Escort Club—Go Men. Drum Corps •'> Men. ’■’niton i lul> n Men. Spiaker'8 Carriage. La urn Corps l Mi m Elkins Cadets M'-n. Total - caO Men, organized mid uniformed. The parade only lacked the Eighth ward and Benwood clubs to have made it the largest. <s it was the lines:, the Republicans have yet had. The column marched down Twelfth ; street to JIarke:. north on Market ;o ! Eleventh, counter-marched to Sixteenth, I tast on Sixteenth :o Woods, south on Woods to Eighteenth. west on Eighteenth to Chapiine, north on Chap line to Sixteenth, west cn Sixteenth to Marki and sou h on Market to thf Ter n in i grounds, where the column was d.sbanded. There were fifteen nunureci 10 iwu thousand people at ihe Terminal grounds wh n t h' pioeossioo atrB '■* and the column and those who came in with it swelled the crowd about another thousand, b'V that was high water mark. Before the first speaker had been introduced the crowd had mc.a-u awav to a large extent, and thirty min r;, . i r th( meeting • s opened one half the audience had 1 ft. while a Quar ter of an hour lat( I one-hlU tne rema.n Cer had gone, and when the meeting closed, a littio after ten oclock, there wis not over four hundred people in >• grounds and about one hundred and Sw more scattered along the con sidewalks. The rapid disiiwe • ’tLguous E?r If I ft 1 n i i C~ ^•asiir so.d *«***?' r- * cn-v a--... »>, '«*«*■>«* u‘;l° »tr. ^ i . r< «! n, l > A. ^-••UuW wlWWuuwoi." ®-atd fetfc gration of the audience was partially accounted for by a shower of rain,but this only hastened a disposition mani fest! very early to leave the place of meeting. The meeting was called to order by James K. Hall, chairman of the Re publican County Committee, who intro duced Mr. Henry Baer as chairman. .Mr. Baer read his short introductory address from manuscript, and in a voice which was inaudible to all save about two hundred people close up to the stand. He was frequently asked to speak louder, but his voice was unequal to 1 the work cut out for him. Mr. Baer in troduced as the first speaker o? the eve- ! ning Mr. C. C. Shane, of New York City. ] Mr. Shane is a handsome man with a i fair voice, and made a very tolerable gold bug and high tariff address, which contained a large amount of assertion and very little solid argument. In his prefatory remarks he said he-was on fa miliar ground when in Wheeling, for i thirty years ago he was a traveling man, ] covering West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, had often been in this vicinity and along the river, and recalled, in his river travels, seme of the old pas senger boats, like the R. R. Hudson, the Andes and the Ohio No. 3. A: present he was in business in New York, and was a. large employer of labor, and he ; had not reduced the wages of his men during the last three years, although business conditions were very bad. Ho said that there was no doubt but that | the eonclit.cn of the country was far • from satisfactory, and that ihe two great j parjes proposed radically cTlffertnc rente- i dies. The Democracy off< red a tariff for revenue and free coinage cf silver, while the Republicans had for their measure of relief a high tariff and sound money, by which he meant a continu ance of gold monometallism. This was fair enough, but the speaker spoiled the j introduction by tin following assertion j ; ••at. :he Republican remedy was the one ■ which would bring relief, while the Democratic measures would not, this being simply bald assertion, without ar guni< n; to back it up. He referred to the National Democratic Convention in char acteristic gold bug style, asserting that the party was dominated by socialists j and other classes of dangerous irre sponsible?. end followed another state- i :n nt ha he had no words of ahuPn for any one with denunciation of Mr. Bryan, who, he asserted, was seeking to array class against class, who was imbued wj.h hostility to those possessed cf me ns, etc. Mr. Shane is evidenly ca pable of a logical and able argument, but lie did not make one last evening. j At the conclusion of Mr. Shane’s ad dress, Mr. Baer read from his manu script seme mere, introducing Mr. S . nuel .i. Rond Hi, o’ PhiladtIphia, as “the son of his father. ’ Mr. Randall has u powerful voice, and easily reach ed rtery portion of the largely dimin ished crowd. His address was a fair summary of the gold standard and h.gii tariff policies, interspersed with several short stories, but scarcely coils even for a brief synopsis. He said nothing .bat v. s not perfectly familiar to bis audi | once. He concluded shortly after ten I o’clock, and the meeting was adjourned. AIOISTKAI) AT EIAl GROVE. \ Fine Ucetlni; A<lc1r«*sst;i! ,5v the Color;-«l Last night Chas. F. Armstead, the col ored attorn-v, of Charleston, addressed a large sized audience at Elm Grove, m behalf cf he cause of Dcmocracy. I: had been feared that th:re would be trouble since th ■ assault made upon members of the Democratic clubs, and the prompt punishment of the oF Aiders Thursday night. Threats had been made by a number of negroes at Elm Grove that Prv would “do up" the sp'-aker when he arrived last night. Mr. Armstead was aoipiv protected by friends and no trou ble ensued. Four or five negroes were gathered in front of the hall where tne speaking was h id last night, with spok' a taken from wagon wheels in their'.lands and endeavored to start a quarrel wt.h a man who cante down stairs. U th* meeting, which was held in Kimmcn’s town hall at Elm Grove, the room was filled with voters of t'nat town and neighboring farmers. Mr. Matthew Simms pr . ided rs chairman of ho met ing, and introduced Mr. Armstead, who spoke for fully two hours. Mr. .\;■ uswad is a natural orator with splen did intellect. There has been no speech delivered in Elm Grove t'hat was more ( ff. ctiv cr convincing than the logic?I, eloquent address last night, by the col or 1 orator from Charleston. He held •the undivided attention of his audience from start to finish. H‘> k pt them in continual laughter and applause. In discussing .'he money question Mr. Armstead clearly proved to the farm s present by an apt Illustration, that if free coinage w re established tharjt wmibl be impossible for otir dollars toTw worth anything less than, a hundred cents. The value of the bullion in he ! -diver dollar would be regulai d by he j demand for it. and the price which th? c ivcrmv nr would pay for it. Mr. Arm I sttad said that if a gr>c*r was able to | take the eggs of a farmer a: 50 c uts a dozen, -hen that would lie the prlee of ! eggs in hat neighborhood, for every far j mer would take his eggs to that groc r. and if any other grocer wanted to buy ! eggs lie would have to give the same i price for them. 1 he au ■ i■ rc rc .di ^ Htw tli" pom an;: "‘ iis is as it will ho nnd-w :he free coin of silver, when the gow rn-m nf will coin 37H4 grains of pure silver into a 100 con's. The prir of silver will im mediately rise to that, for every holder if bullion in this country or ir. other countries wood not soil for less, because h knows that he can take his silver at anv time to t’h minis of the United States and get a dollar for every 371H L-:lvi'. Then if other countri •- wish to pet "any silver for their own use 'h y would hav to pay the same price. The price of gold was fixed eighty years ago bv England, and it is only worth a 100 cents, because the cavern men' gives ttiat much for if. Mr. Armload said that iust as soon as we would hav free sil \ r that we would get the tra 1; of sip er countries, which we had 1 is', whan silver was t’ cla: • t in 1k7J ’o be no ienc : one of our standard m tn's. Mr. Armstead said that t*he bankers -v?re so solicitous for tiie interests ot ■fieir prposltors n! .tifra.d *na' 'h farmers and laboring men would he paid off in 53 cent dollars. If free coinage of silver would cause the depositor to be paid back in money which was worth only one-half in value of what •he put in [ them, every banker in th>- country, as a matter of :nv- stment, weald be an advo cate of free silver. The reference to "sound money*' was good. It meant thaf t :e poor man go all the "sound" and the rich man all the "money.” So far as tla^ poor n ■■■'■ is concerned there :s no difference *n money to him. He car. ge as much w.ih one kind a? he can w: h another, whe • r it be gold, greenback? cr paper. There is only one rooster hat is crowing for cold and that i-s Johnny Hull. Mr \rmsteid reviewed the many ques tions at some length, backing his argu ments with un';i»pn.able tac.B. ii.* eulogy of Lincoln as the great friend of humanity was sub1: me. The conclusion of his speetM w^s especially eloiuent and was enthusiastically cheered. EN ROUTE FOR C ANTON. Many KrpiiMicnns Passed 1 hroiiRli the City Yesterday Mnrninjj. Yesterday morning several thousand Republicans, ea route for Canton, 0., to call upon Major McKinley, passed through the city. They came in over the Baltimore and Ohio, from as far east as Cumberland. Md., and a total of forty-one cars were transferred to the Terminal tracks and. sent across the river via. the I'nion bridge Into Ohio. The arrival of the long trains natur ally created a good deal of interest in the lower portion of the city, and thou sands of people turned out to watch the unusual sight. The whistles at the Ben wooi mills, at the potteries and other places were kept going while the trains were passing, and this added to the popular interest and helped to draw a crowd. Details of what transpired at Canton will he found in our telegraphic col umns. HIE IHCi DEMONSTRATION To ISt* Hold Ily the Democracy on the Last Day of the Month. Marshal Franzheim is actively at work cn th° details for the immense I •rati*'1 demonstration which will be held in this city on the last, day of the present month—Saturday evening. Monday evening the officers of all the Ikv-a: Democratic clubs will be called to gether at the headquarters in the Pea oody building to confer with Marshal Franzheim. and during the early por tion of the week replies will be coming in answer to the invitations extened tw> out-of-town clubs 10 rake part. All the clubs within, about on12* hundred miles of Wheeling have been or will be invited to come *o this city on that oc casion, and all past tv-cords in the parad ing lines will be broken. TO HAVE THEIR PICTt'RES TAKEN’. The Wheeling ladies who presented the handsome banner to the F ulkner Club Friday night will have their photographs taken by O'Neill, tlie photographer, with the banner in the c* r.ter of the group. The acceptance of this beautiful emblem W e made by 'A'. H. Kf.'k* , president of the clnb, in the following words: “I.ndi s and Col. Arnett—J thank you in behalf of the Faulkner Silver Club, and I know each and every number of the club will remain steadfast to the principles which this banner represents. It is a great honor to 1»* charged with the care and custody of this beautiful banner that comes from tender hands, suggesting ten der memories, and at the same time sug gesting perhaps more clearly than history can describe, the fierce struggle which up to this moment has made us feel the most independent in:inn <>n « rth. It is fitting that Democratic heads should un furl this banner more proudly to the breeze at this critical moment of our his tory, to remind those w.io would class us with the destructh • socialistic element of our country, that th* same atmosphere in which Joffrson breathed the immortal sentiment of the Declaration of Independ ent'* at tliis jnomnt hallows the Democrat ic name, gives vigor to tin* Democratic mil ill lin ens in Hri linn rises as iica uiiim mri'iise im pi Id tln> emblem of our loyalty to home and country. Are we anarchists? I<ook at the banner and bow your head in shame for such a. slander. We will pat her ’ncnth its folds, receive inspiration from its blessed memories. Stout, brave hearts will respond ti its call and disenthrall otir people from fetters which threaten to disrupt the liberty lovinp of our land.” MASS MEETING AT MARTIN S KERRY Mr. ('has. F. Armstead, the colored or ator from the Capita! city op this State, will speak at a mass meeting at Martin's Ferry Monday nlpht in behalf of Democ racy and the cause of free silver. Mr. Armstead is .1 natural orator and a man of intellectual attainments, and the peo ple of Martin's Ferry are assured of hear inp one of the finest speeches of the cam paipn. THE BALLOT COMMISSIONERS. The Oilio County Ballot Commission ers met again yesterday and awarded the contract Sar printing the official and sam.ple ballots for the coming election in this county to rho West Virginia Printing Cc-mpanji—* the low t bidder. Thirty-four thousand ballo-s will be 'needed, and th.s number requires seven teen reams of paper. MEETING AT GLENN’S RlTN. There was a large turn-out of the Democrats of Richland district at Glenn’s Run, Inst evening, the school house being filled to its rapacity. The meeting was called to order by Harry Garden, who introduced George Ebbert as chairman. Mr. Ebbert, in a neat lit tle address introduced Hon. John O. Pendleton/ as the orator of the evening. Mr. Pendleton made a splendid address, thoroughly discussing the issues of th ■ ■campaign, and was I stoneL to with the groatost attention. At the close of the address a Democratic club was formed with a membership of about fifty, which will be increased. THANKS TO MR. GOODHUE. Clarington, 0., October 17, 1S9R. To the Editor of the Register. Sir:—The Bryan and Sewnll Club, of Clarington, by a unanimous vote, beg to offer on behalf of the Democracy of “Old Monroe" the thanks of ail Democrats to A. J. Goodhue, Esq., the Young Men’s Democratic, the Faulkner and Bryan and Sewall Free Silver Clubs, Masters’ hand, and all who helped to push the thing along, for assistance that more than made our Democratic jubilee a glorious success. With best wishes for the jolly boys and handsome lad .'S who owned our town on the 15th. We are kindly yours. JlILirS STEIGER. y - COL. S. TSCH APPEL, J. M. COLLINS, ENOCH YOST. JAMES JOHNS. SAMUEL PRANKHAT ’S ETt. j. \Y. SANDFORD. WILL S. RICHARDSON. MARSHALL COUNTY BALLOTS. The Marshall bounty ballot c. r-nr-B* met Friday and preparca tae allots to be u-f i at the coming ^c ion Th' re were two candid s <er ... •or State Senate on th- Peopi Part>‘ i. j,, - i s Newman, the D mocru Ic laminee. • ndersed by the People’s party •onvn'ion. and W. H. Cullum. a M.d Jle of the Road" man. backed by the Republicans. Who .re em.catoring t )r vent a fusion be ween th Democrats nd people's party forces, hoping th*re iv to secure their vote? fer the single cold standard. Both cand a s wt •egularlv certified, but the H puol.can nembers of the commission, Circuit ’ g r and D. B. Evans arbitrar lv placed Cullums on the ticket, and r& I;,‘l to consider any • vidence whatever, ;0 w'ho was the proper candidate. Fhev received their cu from the Re publican leaders, as the same tactics R-cre Tied in Wetzel county, but tha; board decided the matter more in ac cordance wi.'a the law. an enquiry. To the Editor of the Register. Sir:—I wish to ascertain through the columns of your paper if it is the policy of the school board to allow teachers who are employed by the board to go around and make public speeches at the txpense of the taxpayers. 1 have al yf ( s understood that no politics should be discussed by any of the teachers in public, if they are allowed to do so, it is about time that such proceedings should b? stopped by the taxpayers at the coming election. A TAXPAYER. A CARD It has been charged that I was influ enced by Geo. Magers and Mike Stein to by George Magers and Mike Stein to flop to the Democratic party, but no man can say that 1 have flopped when I have always upheld the Democratic par ty. If I have done anything in favor of the Republican p,jr;y, I would like some man to tell me something about it. I have many times marched in a Demo cratic parade, but have never marched in i. Republican •'arade in any State. THOMAS II. CLARK. MR. ATKINSON AT BENWOOD. Thn ev'i '-hues held a lnrzo meeting at Bcnwood, last evening, which was ad dressed by Hon. G. W. Atkinson. POLITICAL NOTES. Col. Arnett addressed a big meting at Short Creek last night. The Colonel made votes. The Pastime Club has sixteen mem bers—thirteen Democrats, two Repub licans, and one “on the fence." The Y. M. 1). C. is called to meet Mon day evening in special session, at the headquarters 'n the Pea be y building. Friday evening s me on? —said to ba 0. M. Weideiuach—telenhoned to this offi ••• giving tl • im< ■ \. D. R1 and requesting a publication of ti fact tint ii’ had concluded to vote f<- Bry an. Th< aker was closely interro gated, and insisted that 'ht was Mr. 'tit:;, and the i:>m was inserted. Mr. Riiz re pudiates the t': ttg. and th® p'dict sty Weidr-Wi-r-h is the nan. Mr. Ri.z is r - ferred to that gentleman. Capt. Jacob Moraines >r. of th"4 , 'Eighth Wrrd Silver Club, marched his organization flown to Renwood last right to attend the mee’iner ad*dreaped by Messrs. Tobin r•' i Hartman. It ! happened that a Republic m p; we.-slon was due about the srm ■ time, but the Silver Ciub-marched down fir-i. an the | Republicans burred their stock o.' red firi. while ti; Republicans marched in darkness. Mr. Leonard Fey anl Mr. John Davis have made a wager that i1' McKinley is elected Dr.vi; is to wheel Foy from f ortty-thlrd stnv to tiie litti? Market hruse, end if itryan is dieted Foy dors tho whefling. Only six drink? will be ! allow* : on the trip in either case. VERY FEW CAN DO IT. Them are very few opticians in f 1;i3 country or Europe that can without hav ing a person loo!: at charts, ask qn> -t.ons ! or in any w>y depend upon the patient, j examine and corrrctly fl ii: eyes with ' glasses. It requires an expert >o do it. | and Prof. Sheff is the only one in the State that can fit the eyes by -his method. HP makes no charge for examination, ' and cm be consulted fice at 1110 Main street. SMALL TALL —Therp was one case in Police Cwrt, lalst evening. The offender was let olf with a dollar and costs. —Attention is called to the advertise ment of Kraus & Co.. in another col r-nn. of the best qualities cf pure whisky. —The second grand ball *o he given bv Seabright Division No. 477, i!ro u-r hood of Locomotive F7ngineers, will be hold at Pythian Castle, Thursday even ing, October 20th. The annual convention of the PL y’s Br< ht rh< >d has bet n in ses sion in Pittsburg for file past few days. The Episcopal clergy and a number o? promin n laymen of \\ heoiuig are iti attendance. —The ladies of the Church Aid So ciety of the Ebenezer Baptist church, i will give a concert and fair October 20th to 2 t h. A good musical programme will be rendered, and the cost of admission has been put very low. The committee is composed of Mi's. M. Hopkins, J. S. Rainbow and Rev. Wm. Toney. ...To-night at the Second Presbyterian (rntrch, Mr. Chas. Zulouf will sing Mar stnn's “My Cod and Father, While I Stray,’’ and the choir und r the direc tion of Prof. Henri Hartman, will sing in thf-ir usual excellent style. Prof. Hartman, who is also the organist, will play as a prlude Dudley Bucks “Varia tion, I>a-“ Rose of Summer.” .WiOl'I I'EOI’I.E. A. E. White, )f Parkersburg. Is In the city. , The Misses Amelia and Anna F. inler are visiting friends in Pittsburg. W. Chester McQuilkin and bride, of Lisbon. O., are guests of Mr. and Mi . Frank Craft, of the Island. Hon. G. W. Atk.nson, Republican can didate for Governor, ins n turned home, after a canvass of the State. Mr. Ed. Miller, of South F >ff was called to S> w Albany, Ind., on ac count of the illness of Vs mother. Mrs. P. P. McVeigh, of Covington, K>\, and Mrs. Goo. Surgu.v, of Colum , bus. O.. are visiting their uio:h*r, Mrs. Mary E. Handlan. Nrv’ii. niel Motmtford, the popular potteryman cf ehe IxiBel!<=* pottery, ac companied by his wife, took In the ex cursion to Canton yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Younginger, of Mt. Morris, Pa., who hive hern visiting his parents the past week, left for home yesterday. Fur Trimming* in 1 liliiet .Martin, Hear unit nil lii'dralilr kind*. I>rt****t 1 rimming*, everything** that'* new and novel. Hlnek mill Colored Silk I'leee Velvet* C5."e worth 81.2A. sW VUAlKLU’S. TRADES ASSEMBLY MEETING. Attention is called to the cal! in an other column, for a special meeting of the Ohio Valley Trades and Labor As sembly for this afternoon. If is an nounced that important business will come up for cons! erition. and it is especially desired that there he a full attendance cf the delegates. MISS GARVEIt. 1045 MAIN SdREST, Has received another lot of 'ho=;p Fine Felt Hats. Many Fans, worth $1.00 eacn. go on sale Monday morning at 2.,c. each. --- Bargains iu Watt'll* ** at 11 Hillman & Co.’*. For Campaign Manner*-Sat In*, Cold and Sil\«*r Fringe**, lords, ISraltl* and la«-«*lH. h s\, ABACK tU’S. / new advertisements. WANT YOUR TRADE? Not unless we < an >?tve you as riuH or more for your money than anj other fellow. You act as judKe. jjon’t buy anywhere—not even hert —till you know to a r !nty wher« the best values are We are confident that w. ire show. Ihk th< newest ai rthj shoes on the market. S a- what YOU think about them. RL9XRN DER, SIIOK 8EIXKK, 10 211 M \t\ ST. We shine ’em free. BRIDGKPOHT. Oroves 8toven*on s«poke to .1 large frot silver audience Friday evenlm u i’arton. During the meeting on« Rpubll can got up and announced him If in ad vocate of free silver, and Mill the gold bugs aay the cause is losing ; ml. In another column will !■ found the complete arrangement <>»' V.- Warn J- n nihiis Bryan** trip through th oi l mmv of I q H« will pass through this place s' ortly aft. r seven o'clock, railroad time, a:, i m ike a live minut- address. James Allman, of Toronto, w in town yesterday calling on lr.' Geo. Keohnllne is down ftom S*. at tt v i 11 e spend 11 **( .la Farmer Hop! • of the brightest ruin.1 dr :i ten. !t will l»e produced lier. T”.> ! iy night by Frank S. Dusvld. rt a; 1 Ids . x c.dlent company. Hutry Fox was at f* etih nvl!: yester day afternoon on l.usli» . Last evening, W. V. C this place, and W. B. Fran- of Martin'* Ferry, addressed a large and • r . dastlo audience at Soaptown on the • ' ies of th • gold st!>odard. Henry Woodcock, an old ! ri: imrt boy, is traveling with the May I’tindie comedy company, and has a >veek s stand at M r tln’s Ferry, beginning t -t ■ irn.w nlclit. A large number of ids ft' cd.- ’ attend in a i> ..iy one night durP .. I v. . k. j. B. Ryan, of St. Clalrsville. was in, 1 town yesterday. Monday evening C. F. Arms. id. tho noted colored orator ar ' fr« silver advo , Cute. will speak at tin* B, n Bim't.illio Club hull at Martin's * rr> on im Issue* of the day. Mr. Arm • >d 1 a excellent speijlier, well acquaint"! wlt'.i Ms object, and will undoubtedly 1 tv.- ;i audt Mlss Amy Thatcher 1- rt y terday for a several days' visit at Steal., nville with friends and relativ.-u A number of people from t! s place at tended the foot! til gan’.o on the Island yesterday lietween the V t Virginia l.'ni verslty and I,afay.tie <v,:: teams. Charles Ralston is down from Pittsburg spending the day with ' family. Miss J.ola Pelt*. who r. is been III foe tiie past few days. Is Improving. I Oliver Stonebrc-k« r was released from I custody yesterday upon tti> payment of | his fine. Ladle*’ and < iilldien’* fmlorwi*ar, odd* ' and • mix at half price 0*1 rich and I'oque Hoax, lout an<l xhort, large line cheap Double Kuching* for I>rex*cs nnd t orsef s. > ra long v. alxl. V I .<(«>, u>ie<p.:.l ed valuex. SWAH U KliK'N. V,.r,l King? H, E. Ilillinan & Co. have ' a variety. THE ORATORIO 8001ETT. The people Interested In tin' I>roJ hi Oratorio Society an* called to ne t M o rlay evening at Egerter Hall, at s o’clock, and all p« rxons Interested, and particu larly till members of the church choirs f the city, an Invited and urged to l- pr* ■ - ent to assist In completing the i Mlllinerjr! We excel all former season*. ' See iix lie lore purchasing. W alking llats and Sailors! t)ur stylc» are correct, prices the lowest. sWAHAt Khit’s. Stylish Millinery. Right prie. s. MARS DEN 1., COL VIG. RIVER NEWS. There were ten feet two Incht.- of wa ter in Cho channel last night. S t iou ary. The swell took out a large amount of coal from the IMttsburg pools, most of the boats passing down ye.crrdav. To-day’s Boats Pittsburg. Ben Hur, 4 a. m.: Kanawha 6 a. m.; Hudson. 6 a. :n. Cinelnnati, Virginia. 8 a. m. The Btdford nnd Argand both had good trio.-, y sterday out o fthis port. Pittsburg, Pa., October 17. River 8 feet six-tenths and failing a the dam. Cpar and < nl. tin r gains In Wulclicsnt II. I. Hillman f a i < .'s. -o •■'of <••••'•. •• IP.iiners-Siit Ins. (.old nnd Silver fringes, fords, Braids nnd Tas«»ds. .x\\ \it \« Kt.lt'S. Nnhlw WalklnB Ha s. Sn flora. lNOUUy Tams and I>*■. • MARSDEN L. < )LVIQ. -—o-— ^th«* IT«*kI, f Till: WIIKKMNtJ DA 11.1 KKOIsTFR lOc l'EU WKKK Telephone, - - - - - 007. THE NEW WAY. A (irest Sncrru for Kitting til Kin n-f E,vm With tilanHi f'onuu I twl inn Hnd •uminiilln’i free Our new aneu title nirtUn.l of o> nnlnlnj t In* «*)<•>• an <1 III l In i; (lni.,ri h It holt pull in* linin' in flie rye-am] in tkiru: the \> i lent lillnil fur :i wi»k, or Imvinn them "rt f,,r hour* looking :»t chtrU mnl trylutT •*> tit tliHiiMltr^ until they heionn- «<» bewilder# e<l they rnnnnt tell n hm tliej * in »ee. • fit the *>••« l>y eMmlofilo" without de pending upon the patient and know when they lire lilted correetly. I'KOK. It SHI I f. The hrlentille <»(»*!• Inn. 1110 '<liiill MfiA T>0BERT HAZLKTT, (Baowx & IIuit.ETT) CANDIDA'! !: FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR