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El EGRAPHIC LABOR NEWS.
\UtUK’ y is tver. T..e .1-. anclw.il >\ A f> w ' S m i rk Moadjii. ’ :Tl'.e Fairmont planing mills will 1./..I1 after ill electiou. r.KNKKAL I.-\noR NOTES. In r.’ '.v-lioy? organized. A brick trust Is threatened. i nto has Lilian miners. Av\ i tolerates S2» trusts. • . ' • \ «■ ! i organize. Vh • tv r i a •«. ••'0.00a unionists. .. lttper children. N is V !i> White barbers organized, i r. : i. iH-rry shu.* mill. I ith is to i. w labor temnle. ., • i i it. ’! h . ■ 1 I.nly postal clerks. , .it'd b ■< a co-operative grocery, tcow 39 ts miles. New York is to have a SD-story building. T i arc )' ,0>i> boot atnl shoe unionists. S ; a .lose. Out.. Labor Exchange is dead. A .aita ston cutters struck for fikTS u V. gton. D. O.. plasterers have or ganized. V . m<n took the places ot Chinese s* lk< rs at ’Frisco. \ 1 hr.s a union of walking dele 1 hotel and restaurant employes V. ‘ijttcton unionists will prosecute • Sunday barbers. X* w \ uk is to have a co-operative res- \ taurar.t. S : i u«e unionists want no city fran - : n :n Is el s, lacing socialism in Oer Washington lumber trust has 11.r. v i l."i'' roi'U out of work. X w York union haekmen will oppose tl • movement for low r fur- s. ’Frisco !:uvyi rs 1 .v • organized and will n r raond four sup* rior judp s. T >!»• > has the only union of carpet lay : s an ! dra i ors In Ar.ieri t. A X.av Yorker w e.-» v - boycotted has s d the union for J8.“" ivilofonte, l*a.. is to have a - a-o; eratlve . s plant. In Switzerland a telephone message om - to S ct nts. H"i> pickers at Puyallup, Wash., g<t to s', ct nts per 100 pounds. ; bak rs imrea-sl the price of a four pound lo;.f two cents. V c i-o‘ eratlve factory may be establish ed t Cleveland by the union. is year* too number of trades union ' s jurni il from f a to half a mll v-run:- r.t employ s tn t’l classified •v •• will f >rm t national or inlzatinn. sit' of 1 >< • roll's l i’. r t mph has 1 ■■ le t,d. and Kansas City's is also a -• r common council h s decided ill .-icy priming must bear the union Might-Hour Herald suggests self r type as a naans to k> e;> out ma imrton uni 'iNM have asked the ■ ut to t ty Navy Yard bricklayers • ■ , rs join’d the Cigarmakers’ Jn .1 I' lkn when he was 11 years M Hied :.t chanlc (Kansas City) r will be et by hand composition. V N a • rk carpenters' union has do o"i ■ Jr in ' r of Union $ of Brook 1 - who is eld and infirm. Omaha ordinance • "impelling retail c...il d* a’., rs to pay SI" a year tax has been di d .red invalid. t i ■ , I d. Y. now Russian Minister. >m work 1 iu a Philadelphia locomotive sh " at '' day. c. ’ii w rkers of Fall River and ■ t m». union tr.a i- goods. f. i f ii Railroad Commissioners In sist if, •: they have the right to fix the stru t railway fare. I- . i tl it labor is bett r organ n the city cf Lvtrolt than any oth r t y m Aim rica. . w‘ mi i• *ipal water plant yields ■ rit <•'■ y.'rt.i’O a year. In London pri \ earn •« 1 year. \\ ishington Purity of Flection Intv i th it e\. ry bit of election printing b ir th ■ name of the office from whit It it Is i> ted. y at work on a Fortlnrd. Mo., ele v ^ -truck for 20 cent.- an hour. 1 >-t. A Waltham watch firm cut wag- s ]j per cent 'i„o ;rwi members of the Miners* Union of Telhirl.h' dlstri-l have agreed to con tribt ’ each to th-. support of the Lcad villc strikeis. T " St. P ud C toners' Union is confront ed by another labor saving machine—a hoop-driving machine- which is causing them some concern. In th- hi<t ix mouths the Cigarmak* rs* • b. Is. an ineres- c£ lev. 0 over the prwi- j oiu six months. }•< ron : f.ir i a 1-t i c of the bo.s to pay his f k .Hi-• to tti** union. Only union jour n • r-n an'! lv dp- rr v. ” lx? employe*!. S H u! Uriel. fnl.nislnt rested i,r • ■ preparation of a 1 .11 providing for t • ; , . .>cro:i th Ui'.iiuins Inspector’s S’. • ft. !- n <' -r.t: :■' Tnvor Union has ot M \ d th" 'ontam of polities anti V. to < font Icy Native candidates .% ■ not l' a sympathy with or labor and its aims. <..w ^ or!: Architectural Iron Work !d»dto fine every mcm w >rk.> t a Sunday ¥>. One member ; the place of another member of a w :o w on ; irikt has been lined. ", ;j c ;-v!co n has In " ]'o..rd of the 1 rint : 1'n on of Washington, . *•.•:!.. Carter, a colon ! press • ■>. rnmont printing o !i"e deprlv d of his position for reas . L it the C ..ini', ion by the : • S-.'im I.and Or. lit Association Is ■ :Uu;tlon whuh, under Government • •• ic. s and regulations, was established : y ;ir.' a;t" to provide farmers and * i:.t r snail property owners with faelli s for obtninii g 1 s upon long time a: 1 at 1 \v ra* < of Interest. At the eorv. :.:on of ’Frisco unions St;. I a .or Onimiss • ner F’zgerald was ,; . > . ta.-nib r • x-ot!!clo of every com ! .. Tt s was done for the reason that ’ .T’.i-all has the power to summon I.. l fore the committees In the course o! investigations necessary f"r establish : i cr laws. -■ ■ • . t La" " Uni. a indorsed ra V al resolu tions regulating immigration from the ef • Rionaa i.te- Europe, an 1 considered pro; ; : r buiiding a government canal mi.re,ad fr >m the Atlantic to the I’a '. roast. Tiu immigration matter is a ! ...t- o l.r : tie. number to .*••' a year. • ■ : . Fort Is llkt v to be made by Cleve O.. ra an "faciurers and mechanics to r.n te ae.i!n«t the cheap lumber : S wh: !..' ve been shipped into the dan g th- past years. Union enr ■,r3 wilt retire to handle any goods i; t\ s re. .uf". -Part 1 in Cleveland or, r.t least, unless th.o work was done by mechanics receiving the union scale of wages. Among the business men of Yankton. S. 1\. an organized general effort is being m e’ to boycott the hard coal combine throughout the Northwest by inducing as many consumers as possible to substitute corn for fuel. It Is proposed to hold a con vention at ome central point where an or ganization can be formed and the boycott made complete. t he condition of the Florida cigar trade is becoming very alarming to manufac turers, and they are husbanding their Cuban leaf in every way possible. This is. 0. ' course, due to the continued war in Cu ba, which has prevented the growing of tel acco, and also to General Weyler's or der forbidding the exportation of any more t" cco front the island. A Jacksonville manufacturer says: “It will be at least two years before we can hope to get any tobacco from Cuba.” New tork ’longshoremen have just been or' : nized by a representative of the Eng li. ii L nion of Unions, a federation ot the dock laborers, firemen's’ seamen's, and riverside workers’ unions in Great Urit nin. affiliated with similar unions in Hol 1. n J, ]:. I. .um. Swt den, Germany, France, Spain and Italy. The organ of this body is printed in a half-dozen different lan guages. "Wo organlz. d." said the dele gate. “ lit thirty-eight ports with a mom ber.-diin of over 40 000. Nationality, color, n ■ ■ or creed barred out none. We stop I” '1 t hat practice. Then we forced the employers to discontinue the practice of making men work over hours, it was a common practice to make the men go to w >rk fifteen minutes before the legal starting lime, take off fifteen minutes or ;| half-hour from dinner time and make them work as much longer after quitting time. Beyond our own union we have combined with the organized seamen, lire nicn, carters, bargemen and railway men into one led ration anld we have combined with similar organizations in Holland, Bel gium, Sweden, Germany, France, Spain and Italy. Connection with America will bring ev -n greet, r strength. I have found a bi at deal of cueouiagvinent since f came here.” MARIETTA. M ta, 0. 0c >er 24. Grand Mas ter V.\ L. K rns antI Pas (lrami Master J' W‘. i 1 Inter have returned from Cin cinnati. where they actnded the Grand Lo lire ot' Masons a*s representatives m \r: >:icin Uni n No. l. Af er ad journment of the Grand Lodge Thurs • s af ■ rno in they par U lpat< ' in & reunion and banquet of representatives cf N. c. Hormany Lodge No. 2, of C n c:nrati; Old Erie Lodge No. 3. of War ren, O.; and New England Lodge No. 4, of Worthington, O. These four were ti'“ original charter lodges through which was organized the first Grand Lodge at Chillicothe. Jud.z* ii. L. Sibley and wife left Fri da.” for r'dru ’.d, li’.s., where they will soerd a week vlsi jug lvi’Uives and friends. Mr. Will ITrisrh m left to-day for Washington, i). C.. where he will re main during the winter. Mr. Harry l-\ 1! return. ’ home to In di a a; !'- Frid y. after a pleasant vi’si; wi a relatives in this city. A* Wear’s Hall, from four to eight Friday evening. Miss Wocabridge gave 'diuhtful d uc? in honor cf Miss Elizabeth Gallagher. About twenty c uples of the young soc.ety people of tap city wore present. Pr. and Mrs. H. S. Clark have return ed home to Beverly, after a visit here with their son. P. E. Clark, and their daughter. Mrs. Fred. Curtis. The Junior Club will be entertained Monday evening by M ss Oldham, on Second street.. Mrs. A. D. Alderman will be the reader and Prof. W. W. Boyd critic. . Messrs. Phil Peters. Jr.. Txm Pkiptnn and Georg- Peters left Friday night on a hunting trip into West Virginia. Mrs. John Trainman is visiting friends in Pittsburg. Cape. J. B. Haight has returned from a visit to his daughter ai Cincinnati, Mrs. T. G. Sel’.ew. Mr .and Mrs. Herman Meisner, who h .0 been guests of ine latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lord, lefu We«l i v for their home at Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Vanvaley have re turned from a visit of ihrte weeks in South Dakota. Mi-. Harriett Towr.e left the first cf the week to visit friends ai ChiLicothe. Dr. C. E. D ckinson was called io El gin, Ills.. Tuesday, by the death cf an oil friend. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Coste have been visiting fiends in Buffalo, N. V., dining the past week. Mrs. Lillian Jackson, cf Chattanooga, 7 an., who has been spending the sum mcr with relatives in this city, returned • hime Wednesday night. Mrs. Charles A. Ludey returned home | to-day from a visit of several weeks with her sis er, Mrs. Frank Martin, at Cald well. Mrs. J. H. S. Tomer has arrived home from Lucas, K s., where she has been visiiing relatives for the past three< weeks. Mrs. Chris. Painter, of Pittsburg, i3 the guest of Mrs. Ruppert, of Scott's . Landing. , .Miss Katherine Nye entertained her lady friends Wednesday evening in honor of her cousing, Mrs. Rowena . Cooke, of Chillicothe. Misses Tiliie am? Mary Carius have been visiting relatives .n Covington, Ky. ■ .Miss Francis Curtis entertained Wed nesdav evening in honor of her sister, • Mrs. Theodore Hawkes, of Duluth, M nil. | Mr. Louis P. Schafer and Miss Ka;h erine Suiter were united in marriage Thursday evening. Both are well known young people. M:s. A. C. McKee, of Caldwell, is the g est of her sister-in-law, Mrs. G. J. Lund. Miss Flora Fuller, of Portsmouth, is visiting her grand-parents, Mr. anu Mis. Protsmon, West Side. Misses Nellie Racer and Lou Dye left Thursday for Akron, where they will spend several weeks visiting fr.ends. BRIDGEPORT. The Wheeling Creek mines run five and one-half days the past week. The miners were paid yesterday, they accepting the reduction to forty-live cents per ton. Squire Cope, of Colerain, was in town j yesterday evening. Mrs. Bailey, of Actnaville, had the mis- j fortune to fall down a (light of steps yes- , niday morning, breaking her right arm ^ at the shoulder. Dr. Wagner was called and rendered the necessary surgical aid. Thus. Brewer, who was injured at the Whc-ling Creek mines several days ago, Is slowly improving. To-morrow evening Geo. Duncan, of this place, will speak at the Brvan Bimetallic . ub hall at M -tin’s Ferry on the Issues of the campaign. Mr. Duncan, who has i radioed law for many years, is a logical i~. -.som r, and those who attend will hoar j something interesting. A large number ui KcpuDucans imcnu t-.l the Wheeling demonstration last even ing. Mrs. T.oe Rllev wont up to Steubenville 1 i.-t evening to spend Sunday with her husband. William C. Prickett. of Dubois. Pa., ar rived here last evening to visit friends and relatives for a few days. Joe Donahay was at Barnesville yester day. where he noted as referee in a foot ball game at that place. A young daughter of V. T.rskl, of \\ heel ing creek, died vest- rday morning and will l.e burled this afternoon at Linwood cem etery. T. I.. Lewis Is home from Columbus for a short visit. Two young colored children had a nar row escape from being run over yesterday afternoon at Noble street crossing b> a C., L. & W. freight train. The two start , ,1 to cross the track in front of the ap proaching train and one of them turned and started back again. The other, who had gotten across, started to recross when the train was almost upon him. He had just gotten across when he was hit by a projection on the engine and almost knocked off Ills feet. Those who saw the: affair expected to see him run over l>> the engine. Ilenry l ox is spending the day at Pitts- | burg with friends. The West End foot bridge is nearing completion. --- MOUNDS VILLB. D. I.. Logan has commenced the erec tion of two new residences cn the lots lately purchased from J. M. Roberts, on Tomlinson avenue, no it of Fifth | street. i The fifctrie car line has been lain as j far as Sevent.i street, and work is pro- . grossing as fast ns can be expected. It j will not be many days before the cars will be running to the end of the line. It understood that ti:A management is having some trouble with the B. & O. company for the right of way across i s ; tracks at the electric plant, which has necessitated considerable delay in the pi ogress of (he work at that point. The McKinley club went to Parkers-; burg on the free transportation excur si n Thursd ij ift< rno m. Harry Martell’s “South Before the War” will be the attraction at the Opera House on Tuesday evening. The company is an exceptionally strong one and the play is beaming with new fea 4h-».THIS IS.+ & EVERY number contains By mail, postage prepaid, per month, Daily 59c. Daily and Sunday per month 7Cc. i tures, and is surely a pronounced sue- j cess. The crodltors of Batson, Baldwin & Estel held a meeting at the office of the \ assignee, C. R. Oldham, Thursday, to •_ce what arrangements could be m .de to ! effect a compromise and allow the firm to continue its business. A postponement was had until November 10. when de finite arrangements will in all probabil ity be agreed upon. S. 13. Blair has located in this city for the practice of law, and has opened an office in the J. L. Parkinson build ing. on Sixth street. Miss Lynnie Hammond is confined to her home with fever. The County Commissic-acrs are hav ing natural gas placed in the Court House and jail. The main line is being tapped on Sixth street temporarily, un.il the town is piped. The Democratic County Executive Committee held a meeting yesterday afternoon at the office of Simpson & Showacre. All the members of the committee were present. A. O. Bacon, of Georgia, will address the citizens of this place on the issues of the campaign at the Court House to morrow evening. Mr. Bacon is the most eloquent orator that has been here and one of the silver giants of the South. Everybody should turn out and hear him expound the cause of the pco 1 -e Miss Laura Simpson entertained the. Christian Endeavo. Society, at her home on North Jefferson avenue, Friday even ing. The weather was disagreeable, but a large crowd was present and enjoyed the social feature's of the evening very much. At the proper hour refreshments were served, and all present enjejed themselves very much. 1 Miss Ilate Henshaw has returned home f:\-m a pleasant visit to friends at Burton. Mlio. STANTON TO MR. BRYAN. To the Democratic Nominee for Presi dent of the I’ni.ed Stat s. William J Bryan: Honored Sir:—In your l.isure hours I presume that you are considering some strong points with which to gi.d your in augural address in case you should Le chosen for our next Pr.sident. Allow m :o call your attention to the position cf thirty-five m.’.lions of Ameri can citizens, who in violation of ev ry principle of our government, are Wholly unrepresented in the legislation of the conn. ry. A large number cf this class are p rsnn - of education and wealth, ex er ing1 an immense moral and intellect ual influence on our civilization and pouring vast sums as taxes into our nat ional treasury. In view of this fact, it, would be a graceful tribute frem a young man to the mothers of this Republic to recommend Congress in his inaugural addret s to pass a Sixteenth Ann n linen to the National Con- itii'.ion forbidding disfranchise in tli° P veral S ttrs. on the ground cf “Sex," thus placing educat'd women at least on an even political platform with emancipated slaves, an I ignorant, immi grants from the eld world. Such an act of justice on the thresh o! i of your a Iministralion would be the keynote to th reforms proposed by the Chicago platform. Important as the Finance and Tariff may be, they are in significant compared with the civil and political rights of thirty-five millions of people. This would bo file strongest point in your address, and one that none of your predecessors have as y t made; a step of progress in the social and political evolution of tlie period In which we live. An enthusiastic supporter of Mr. Bry an read to me his Great Labor Day sp fch, delivered iti Chicago on Septem ber 7. It certainly has a true ring from beginning to end. Ignoring all minor questions, such as -tariff and finance, that might havs confused his audi ace— as they do everybody—he dw 11s on the fundamental principles of just gov ernment. which, if carried out, would secure equal rights to the thirty-five million disfranchised women. The ballot, as he describes it, in the band of every citizen, would indeed bo a scepter of power; a crown of royalty. A man who. as President of the United Siate-s, would use his influence to carry out such principles, I would be glad to see in the highest position in the gift of the American people.—Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Honorary President Woman’s Suffrag Association. BURGLARS LOOT A STORE. Special to the Register. Centra! City, W. Va., October 24.— Burglar- la?: night looted the hardware store of C. It. Loyally. Twenty revolv ers, several dozen pocket-knives and raz is and many other articles of vaate were stolen. Two horses were taken from near-by stables, on which the bur glars escaped to Kentucky. The ani mals were recovered at the Big Sandy river to-day. SISTERSVILLE. Sistersville, W. Va., October 24.— Charles Gibbs Carter, of 'ittusville, Pa., attorney for the Carter Oil Co., who has been in the city for the past week went to Marietta yesterday. Eph. Wells returned last fven:ng from Wheeling. C. W. Broekunier, of Wheeling, was a dis'inguiahed visitor in the city yester day. G. H. Nesbitt went to Marietta yes terday. Cbannlng M. Smith, of Parkersburg, was in the city yesterday. Attorney C. X. Matheny retu.ncd last evening front St. Mary’s. Mr. and Mrs. Perry A. Shan°r are in Pittsburg visiting. Dame rumor has it that two very prominent society people of this city v. ill son be wedded. The Democrats of this vicinity aro preparing for a big blow-out here Satur day evening to make a big demonstra tion. Several getid speakers will be here to entertain them after the parade is ever. Handsome badges have been printed for the marchers, and every free silveriie who can will have their houses decorated for the occasion. The usual lights and red fire will be lavish ly used. 11. S. Reich, of New Martinsville, was in t he city yesterday. A very decide! drop In the tempera ture was experience ! here this morning, a he_vy frost prevailing. Friday morning early the ewelrv store of H. Frank, situated in the old Carter building, un Weils street, was entered by burg! s. who took away with them about worth of jewelry, etc. The steamer Ruth is now making round trip runs between thig city and Wheeling, and is reported as doing a ep’endid business. Car . b. T. Bowers, of New Martins ville, is in the city. G. W. Henry, of ChieifT who has been in the city for gome time, went down to Marietta this morning. f T. Newlon went to Parkersburg his morning. Mrs. J. F. Frame went up to New Tariinsviliie this nnrning to spend unday witfo her par'-trs. Will Harrington will Sunday m unday in Whee.mg. GRAND FREE SILVER RALLY nT WHEELING, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, ADLAI E.STEVENSON, Will address the people, expounding the import ant issues or the campaign. Other addresses by Gov. YV. A. MacCorkle, Hon. C. Wood Daiiey, Hon. W. J. Kerr, Hon. John Marron, And other speakers of national reputation. Sj eaking will commence at 1:30 p. m. from four separate stands in different parts ot the c.ty. GRAND PARADE Of all Free Silver Clubs of Wheeling and surroun hn . in the evening. Cannon will be fired from Wh^elin ing the afternoon and evening. All Democrats and . ver adherents are requested to display their ilagi and ot..er decorations on this day. All are cordially invited to participate in this Grand Dem onstration. EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. _- lilvit . OIL NEWS. Special to the Register. Sistersville, W. Va., October 2*. Th" Kanawha Oil Comp.ny are dot doping t large tract of land on Pine Fork, in Wr zr-1 county. They have located s-w :l now wells anti some of the tigs hate been completed, anti they will be put to drill.ng a= seen as the tigs are Ml com pleted. Tne salt water an.! gas whic- has been bo.hiring the owm of ’!:■ Hob*, yayfleld well has ;.L>oil ex.;.;t .< d i e.f. ami every indication po 1 ible poin - io its m king a splendid producer. The Fisher Oi! Consp-tny’s well o:i the Cehrs farm, over near H'-n vood. 0., is being drill . d« • th being put In, and wh n it ha.- i: n fin ished there is no doubt •.hatevei but that it will make i:i the ne.r. tbo:heed of 50 bar:els a day. Th.s comp, ny’s No. 2 Price, in the same field, htrs lnc»*'a •* i s pro. :<*ticn, and is reported as ma'/iEg ’"art ta They have made t.-.c. new locations cn this fat m. and will -.art lb. m to dii’.l ing as soon as poslblc. The first .veil drilled in ' y Shay & McMullen on the Tub. ugh fa:m. in m above territory, has increased i*s p.o liuc.ion and will mak a gooJ piodit- r. They have mad< ;i b * m • location a i tie to the (test of their fi:St on ’, ; mi • x pecc to start it to d.iil ng the first of the week. Trea & Crawford arc drilling at about COO feet on the Thomas McFarland farm, over in that district, tt rich i< look'd upon as an import, m tt-. w II. Kamey & Co. also have a vci.v itn; ant well on .he Sta! or faim. a Ft le out of the development, which, along with Crawford ft Trea s wtll, is ex pected io define the new pool. OIL CITY, Pa.. October 24.—Credit t> it alic* s, $1.14; certificates, none; shipments. ,»i2 barrels; runs. ! 1 102 barrel.-. NKW YORK. ' ctober 21.—Petroleum. Pennsylvania crude, firmer; Novemi * r >*f fered at $ 1.13. U X1V !•: ft SAL POST A L OATH F.RIXC. WASHINGTON. October 24.—Postmaster General Wilson has requested the S* r. tnry of State to invite nil the countries of the world to send representatives to the meeting of the universal postal dele gates in this city next May. The l'ost mast* r General will ask ( ottgress to make a suitable appropriation f**r the entertain ment of the visitors, who will include many of the highest postal officials in the world. The amount will lie in the neigh borhood of $2UO.OOO. The conventions are held every six years. About 100 delegates arc expected. HEG1NNING WITH UCToRER 1ST tub price of thk register WILL BE TWO CENTS. THE SUN DAY EDITION WILL BE FIVE CENTS. THE REGISTER WILL EE DELIVERED (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY CARRIERS. IN THE CITY. FOR TEN CENTS A WEEK. THE DAILY AND SUNDAY EDITIONS WILL RE DELIVERED IN THE CITY FOR SOME POINTED PARAGRA1 Many a blessing in diguise effectu aliy eludes detection.—Puck. It is in the darkest corner of the piazza that love can see best.—Texas Siftings. When a man startjrOTt for blood lr generally has to furnish it.— MiovaukC' Journal. Some men learn enough in a year of travel to bore others for a lifetime.— L. A. W. Bulletin. Fight your troubles one at a time and those in the front rank will run — j Ram's Horn. Some men cannot cons’dcr themse.v^s , truly religious without rr ring other peo ple uncomfortable.—Tn, h. There few w’eked actr- -ses as wick ed as th r press agent would have the public believe.—New York Press. When a boy says “No" at the taule it doesn’t mean no; It means (hat he is trying to be polite.-Atchison Globe. The man who ^ooksaround an . ..tug.is flfer he has fallen down has a kcen tens-* of humor.—New Orleans Pica One reason why many people care nothing far the school oi expcr.enee » that it never gives any diplomas.—Da. People who are digging cut their last nte; s underwear find that the mo h s been having underwear to burn, inneapolia Journal. No mm with music In lus 60ul r-n ar the advertising band wagon go.ng without wishing th:u_ it hud same »’er horses.—Boston G.obc-. Nothing Is mors dish ear ter lug to a an tMn the discovery that he has irrled a woman who loves to keep n s ■irjrg table In order.—Albany 1 1c- j gram. --o FIFTEEN CENTS A WEEK. BEGINNING WITH OCTOI KR 1ST THE PRICE OF THE Iti.U.lSIER WILL BE TWO CENTS. THE SUN DAY EDITION WILL, RE FIVE CENTS. THE REGISTER V ILL RE DELIVERED (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY CARRIERS. IN THE CITY. FOR TEN ENTS A WEEK. THE DAILY AND SUNDAY EDITIONS WILL RE DELIVERED IN THE CITY FOR FIFTEEN CENTS A WEEK. I RETRIBUTION'. 1—Deg—Gracious bui i , is si d. 2 Anarchist- Thunder! the dag ha swallow d the r.'.tro glycerin . 3—TaLo that, you bruie. 4—!!! !!! ??? ??? *** *** HEATING • STOVES ARE WANTED *IN COLD WbTHER. We have Efficient Heatei- at I- , r* *'*• Cooking Stove". Steel Ranges And Siove Repairs. We have hint thirr\ -thr*— '*• -• i t* ! iu I Ut sain*- Ioi m I- i all 1 . ' 1 1 l< contiiiue. JOSEPH BELL STOVE CO. NOK111 \\ III 0''1 t»€*od i WE’VE HOT ’EM! Legal Blanks o: every J -scrip tion. H<ne paper, Just waat you want. WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO., Wheeling, Y7. \n