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LoCKE SHOE CO. • ill ’*' Riv.'TST:;* ET h: liijt In tfe Pain ess (over kreijjs Jewelry store). Extrac iQn of Isetti WitM Gas, 1 Applied to the gum>. No pain; no dan A I* :jr; no gas or air; no unconsciousness; * *a * n , after-eitects. 1 nave exclusive right -ci :nty. Beware or imitations. Fresh 9 CROWNS , a rn BRIDGE WORK h SPSCUITI. it Custa Vnhir • Ca’I :snj Get \ou* Tee !i Examined, s of te tv -) /Qry bast $0.03; fillings 75c up; 1 vu:ge vvor < a topth and up; extracting 2oc; ioed 75c. OoliK WAIIR %NTl > «•> \ KVI NIN(iS, I \I»Y AITKNDANT. w i h, 30 inches, spring ed.<e all around, well - »ls o t d and c ivered with Figured Denim, box lined with Figured Cambric. ,r:z OF THE COUCHES IN DISPLAY WINDOW. A Conservative Estimate Shows Bryan’s Triumphal Election. Chairman Jones Gives Him 952 Vo:es as Absolutely Certain, With Illinois, Deloware, Iowa, Ohio and Wisconsin Doubtful, But More Favorable to Bryau Than to McKinley—Mark Hanna Makes Ou landish Claims That H Surely Must Know are Silly. Chairman Bu lerPredicte Bryan's E cc ion—The Popular Plurality. CHICAGO, October 31.—The campaign in the Middle Western States for the most part came to an end to-night. In Chicago and Cook county, where the heat of the light has been, the rounding up for the candidates was finished this evening and the last speeches were made. Both parties claim to be sure of the re sult. and express confidence that the count on Tuesday night will show a large majority for their men. i’ho only change that has been made in the estimates of either party Is the asser tion of Chairman Jones that Illinois is a doubtful State. He has always claimed it heretofore as certain for Bryan. Chairman Jones says that Mr. Bryan lias at least 1S3 votes in the electoral col lege. and that nothing can take them away from him. Chairman Hanna Is far more sweeping In his estimates of majority and Major McKinley’s prospects, and says that the Ohio man will have not less than 311 \otes, and others may come later. Both chairmen issued to-day their last appeals to the people, and say that they have the victory already won, id ull that remains to clinch the n-autr is the count ing of the votes. In the matter of Congressmen, mem bers of the State Legislatures and smaller offices on the tickets, the claims are of the same nature. The campaign in the Middle West, and particularly in the upper Mississippi Val- ! ley, has been of the most determined character on both sides. It has been the center of the fighting ground, and neither party has spared any effort to win. The statements issued by the chairmen are as follows: CHAIRMAN JONES. CHICAGO, October 31.—The great strug gle to right the wrong of 1S73 has been won. The only work remaining to bo done is to see that the people have the opportunity to vote as their consciences dictate and that their votes shall be counted as cast. I urge ail lovers of the country and our institutions to exert themselves as they never have before in this holy cause. Watch the polling places; scrutinize ! evi ry act at the polls and see to it that the laws shall not be violated. The committee has offered a reward of S.'.i.n for evidence necessary to convict any on< giulty of bribing or attempting to bribe any voter to vote or refrain from voting. Also a reward of $500 for evidence to convict any one of coercing or attempt ing to coerce, intimidating or attempting to intimidate any voter. I have received from our chairmen of each State committee full estimates of the standing of voters in each State and am confident that Mr. Bryan's election is assured by a viry large majority. He will carry each one of the following States: Alabama 11. California 9, Colorado 4, Florida 4. Georgia 13, Idaho 3. Indiana 15, Kansas T\ Kentucky 13. I.ouisana S, Mary land s. Michigan 14. Minnesota 9. Missis sippi 9, Missouri 17. Montana 3, Nebraska s. Nevada 3. North Carolina 11, North Da kota 3. Oregon 4. South Carolina 9, South Dakota 4. Tennessee 13, Texas 15, Utah 3, Virginia 12. Washington 4, West Virginia C. Wyoming 3; total, 252. In the following States I look upon Mr. Bryan's ehances as the best: Delaware 3, Iowa 13. Illinois 24, Ohio 23, Wisconsin 12; total, 75. There are other States I regard as doubtful. JAMES K. JONES. CHAIRMAN BUTLER. WASHINGTON. D. C., October 31.— ; “The election of Bryan is an absolute cer tainty,” said Chairman Butler, of the na tional Populist committee, in reviewing the campaign to-night. “Bryan now has absolutely certain 258 electoral votes. And his popular majority will be larger than the electoral major ity and it will be at least two millions, which is about the size of the Populist vote. The arrangements are perfected and the lining up of voters, both Popu lists and Democrats, are far beyond our expectations, due more to the intense in terest* of the people in the tight than to the diplomacy of committees who, how ever, did all they could.. The result now achieved is wonderful in view of the dif ficulties confronting us. Our party came in the West from the Republican party, in the South from the Democratic party and to some extent the old party prej udiees still exist. To line up this vote solidly for a candidate was extremely dif ficult, and although the Democratic com mittee met us half way, yet in many i States local managers, unappreciative of I conditions, added to the difficulty. Two Vice 1’residents caused great embarrass ment and the campaign would have been simplified if Sewall had seen his way clear to withdraw, but falling in this, wo had to organize joint electoral tickets all around. The party as well as Watson were disappointed in not having one tick et, but it would be a slander on him to say he would consequently keep Bryan from getting votes, and he will make no further fight. The free silver Republican vote that will go to Bryan will be much larger than M Kirilov's gold standard Democratic vote The two millions of Populists votes will be practically solid for Bryan. There Is a much larger percentage of the labor vote both organized and unorganized, for Bryan than has ever been cast for a Democratic candidate and the Peoples Party's strength, even were the free sil Cured of Disfiguring n i eczema KANSAS REMEDIES Our htbv W on three week* cw oaaiy .1 , ;vlt|, F,v«M. Iler head. arms. neck. Hmb«. 'r|V every Joint In her body waj raw and b «xt .!• « hen w concluded to try t mcCRA »r«ri»tE« n> knn with CTTICTRA (olnt J nt /awd Cvtici ba SOAP, an 1 o-tf t»‘ Arm p> vi.'ior. we oould KC a clianre. After wr Rad -A) ,!,«n one work somo f the aorcabad ed pr,r«n. > and cc^cd to *pr*\*J. In lc» than a *'■ - ; : W®0 «iJS? ! i ;' t- a* lovely sUn and hair a* any child. I . . .. <h«'wn at the Craore Fair, end took a ,|um .» the prott: *t baby, over atxteen other* LT* M,ts 1’AKX. 1609 RelUvIew Are.. Kan. City, bi'd c-rtxVwhtic. roTTK Dara k Cbbr.Cow, Boston. / ver and Republican labor vote absent, could elect Bryan. Chicago is doubtful, but we will get forty thousand majority in the country districts to overcome that, and Bryan does not have to get Illinois and he could lose all of the middle West ern States except Indiana or Michigan or Minnesota (which are certain) and be elected. The Republicans will come near er to getting 'Wyoming than any State west of Iowa.” CHAIRMAN HANNA. CHICAGO. October 31.—Chairman Hanna to-day issued the following signed state ment: "I ain confident that the strength of Mc Kinley and Hobart in t«‘’e eleev "aJ college, ] as a result of next Tuosuay's election, will | not be less than 311 votes. This estimate 1 is made upon ligures just received from chairmen of State committees, the result of final i>olls taken in such a careful man- ! ner as to give them teh highest credence. These polls indicate that the vote by States will be as follows: M'YINLEY SAFE: California ft; Connecticut 6; Delaware 3; Illinois 24; Indiana 15; Iowa 13; Kentucky 13; Maine 6; Maryland 8; Massachusetts 15; Michigan 14; Minnesota 9; New Hamp shire 4; New Jersey 10; New York 30; Nebraska 8; North Carolina 11; North Da kota 3; Ohio 33; Oregon 4; Pennsylvania 32; Rhode Island 4; South Dakota 4; Ten nessee 12; Vermont 4: West Virginia 6; Wisconsin 12; Wyoming 3. Total 311. Bryan safe—Alabama 11; Arkansas 8; j Colorado 4; Florida 4; Georgia 13; Louisi ana 8; Missouri 9; Montana 3; Nevada 3; South Carolina 9; Utah 3; Idaho 3. To- , tal 78. Probably safe for McKinley—Kansas 10; Virginia 12; Washington 4. Total 26. Doubtful—Missouri 17; Texas 15. total 32. (Signed.) M. A. HANNA. FIGHT IN ILLINOIS. CHICAGO, October 31.-The fight for Illinois that has been waged by both of the political parties in the campaign that is just closing, has been one of the hot test struggles ever known in American politics. Both parties have all along made sweeping claims of their ability to cardq tho State, but at the end the Republicans seem to be more san guine of success. Chairman Hanna said to-day that he was sure of the State for McKinley by a majority rather over than under loo.OtW, while Chairman Jones, in his statement of the result, which he sent to the press this evening, puts the State in the doubtful column. This is more of a concession that the Democracy has made regarding the State any time since | the opening of tho campaign. The , Democratic leaders have always stated | that they would carry the State by a 1 large majority, and after the speeches of Mr. Bryan in this city during the last few days, they have expressed themselves as being very jubilant over the outlook. The tight on the national ticket has to a large extent pushed the struggles in the Congressional districts into the back ground, people generally being of the opinion that the Congressmen would fare pretty much in the same manner as the head of the ticket upon which they are running. The leaders of the two parties have said they were going to have all the Congressmen, but they have in most re- i spects make a good part of their contest alone. In the State at large the Republicans claim nearly everything, and the Demo cratic assertions are no less sweeping. Nothing but the count of the votes the night of November 3 will convince either party that it has made any mistake in the majority of its candidates. INDIANA REPORTS. Indianapolis, Ind., October 31.—The campaign in Indiana closed to-day and speakers from the State are congregat ing here to make final estimates of the result. That the State is in doubt there is no question, and betting to-night is livelier than it has been before. Two monster demonstrations were made by Republicans and Democrats in this city, both having parades miles long. Chairman Gowdy, of the Republican committee, to-day claimed the State by 25.000, with ten Congressmen out of thirteen. “The silent Democratic vote will he cast for McKinley,” said he, “and If I am correct in this. McKinley will carrv the State by 00,000.” Chairman Martin, of the Democratic committee, says the Democrats will carry the State by from 25,000 to 40. 000. “There is no way I can figure it,” said he to-night, “by which our ma jority will be less than 20,000. We shall certainly carry t.he State and will elect nine Congressmen.” MICHIGAN CLAIMS. Detroit, Mich., October 31.—At the close of a campaign of almost unpar alleled interest, both the Republican and Democratic-Peoples-Union Silver State committees are claiming Michi gan by 35,000. The Republican State Central Com mittee has made three separate can vasses which they claim to have been very thorough. Their figures on the last canvass just completed, gives them a 35,000 lead, equal to 7 per cent of the total registration of 500,000. The earlier canvasses showed nearer 20,000, although the exact figures have not been announced. The Democrats made no systematic canvass, but fig ured their majorities by estimates made from actual canvasses of certain scattered localities. They also antic ipate the entire Populist vote and a large part of the Prohibition vote, the latter being expected to approximately off-set the loss of the gold standard Democrats. BOTH CLAIM NEW YORK. NEAV YORK. October XI.—With the sot ting of the sun to-day the active work of one of the most remarkable campaigns ever conducted in New York State was brought to a close. Chairman Charles W. Hackett, of the Republican State committee, snvs in finally reviewing the campaign: ’‘The majority of the Repub lican electoral ticket in this State will reach at least 250.000: In New York City alone I am sure that we shall obtain over 50,000 plurality. In addition to this wo expect to clinch the question of national control still further by sending THE NEW WAY. A Great Socrr<i for Fitting Alt Kin Is of Eyes With Glasses. __^ Consultation and examination free. Our new scientific method of examining t beeves and fitting glasses without putting drugs In the eve* anil making the patient blind for a week, or having them set for hours looking at . harts and trylug to lit themseltes until they become so bewilder ed they cannot tell what they can see. We lit the nes hv exonilnatIon without de pending upon the patient and know when they are fitted correctly. rKOK. H. SHFFF, The scientific Optitlnn. M10 »I„iu Street. a Pol'd Republican delegation to Congress. In the Assembly districts, al though the Democrats are making dick ers for members. 1 believe that we shall carry at least 112 of the 130 districts, and possibly 120. That will give us a big mar gin to aid in electing a successor to Sen ator Hill." Chairman Elliott Danforth, of the Dem ocratic State committee, says to the As sociated Press: "We shall carry the city of New York by at least 60,000, and that will elect the Bryan ticket in this State. The Republicans are counting on a ma jority of 100.000 or more up the State, but they will not get it. The farmers' vote will be a great surprise and the normal Republican majority up the State, which is about 63,000, will be cut in half. We expect to increase the Democratic list of Congressmen by at least five anil are pretty sure of creating a surprise in the election of Assemblymen. In this latter canvass the Democratic party is at a great disadvantage because of the rank apportionment of the districts by the Re publicans two years ago.” CIO ED IN OHIO. CINCINNATI, O., October 31.—The Ohio campaign closed to-night with unusually large demonstrations in the cities and in many parts of the rural districts. There has been much speaking and much parading during the canvass, and especial ly on the part of the Republicans, in this State. The pilgrimages to Canton have done much to increase the interest in this State. Before the campaign closed to night, there was a contest during the day between the Republican and tlie Demo cratic organizations as to how the returns should he compared next Tuesday night. The Democrats wanted comparisons with the vote for Bushnell and Campbell for Governor in '96, and the Republicans with the vote for President in '92. A compro mise was secured by which comparisons will be made at least In the returns of the larger cities, where the polls close ut 4 p. m., with the vote for Governor last year, and also with the vote for President in '92. But when the returns come in fast at a late hour Tuesday night, these double comparisons may be found impossible; then comparisons will be made only with the last Presidential vote of '92. In lS'-'2 the Harrison electoral ticket carried Ohio by only 1,000, and the lowest man on the Harrison electoral ticket had less votes than the highest candidate on the Cleve land electoral ticket, so that one electoral vote of Ohio out of its twenty-three elec tors was cast for Cleveland anil Steven son. In 1.S93, McKinley mid a plurality of over SO,000 for Governor, and in 1S94 the Republicans carried Ohio by over 137,000. BOTH CLAIM MARYLAND. BALTIMORE, !Id., October 31.—The fight for Presidential electors In Maryland ended to-night with great demonstrations on both sides. There is a wide divergence between the claims of the chairmen of the opposing committees as to the result of next Tues day's fight. Chairman Wellington, of the Republican State committee, insists that his'party will get not less than ix.000 ma jority in the city and that they will carry the State by at least 25.000 and that every Congressman with the possible exeception of Mills, in the First district, will be Re publican and in favor of a gold standard. On the other hand Chairman Hattersly W. Talbott, of the Democratic State com mittee, claims the State by from 0,000 to 10,000 and he thinks the Democrats will certainly elect three and possibly live Congressmen. IN KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, Ky„ October 31.—A large pertion of the male population spent the last eve of active campaign work follow ing bands and drum corps, waving Hags, tooting horn3 or waving aloft the edify ing transparency. Chairman Sam J. Rob erts, of the Republican State committee, holds to his prediction that Kentucky is safe for McKinley by from 15,000 to 25,000. lie says the Republicans will lelect seven out of the eleven Congressmen (counting Breckinridge in the Seventh district, who Is on the ballot under the Reupbllcan de vice) and have a good show for a solid delegation. Chairman Sommers, of the Democratic commltteo, claims the State for Bryan by about IS,000. He says the chances are very good to reduce the pres ent Republican strength in the State's Congressional delegation. EIGHT iN DELAWARE. "WILMINGTON. Del., October 31—The political situation in Delaware is full of uncertainty owing to the light in the Re publican ranks, the defection of the gold standard Democrats and the campaign of the single taxers. From the best Infor mation obtainable to-night it would ap pear that McKinley ought to have 1,000 majority. The election of the Democratic candi dates for Governor and Congressmen and a Democratic Legislature is practically conceded by the opposition. MINNESOTA iS SAFE. St. Paul, Minn., October 31.—Chair man Rosing, of the Democratic State Committee, says that his party has the State absolutely certain for Bryan hv at least 25,000; that he feels absolutely certain of electing four Congressmen and that there is a strong probability of electing two more. On the other hand, the Republican leaders, while ex pressing the most eomplet confidence in the results ns being favorable to them, will give no figures, saying they are willing to stand by those they have heretofore given, but that they will make no new claims. They have here tofore claimed a majority of not less than 30,000 for McKinley. IN KANSAS TOPEKA, Kas., October SI.—To-day practically closed the most Intense cam paign that Kansas has experienced. For the first time in a national election the State has been considered a doubtful one. There are eight tickets in the field, but it is safe to say that outside of Bryan and McKinley tickets the others will scarcely poll 10,010 votes. Republican leaders claim a plurality of 10,0)0 to 12,000 votes and the fusion silver leaders a plurality all the way from 15,000 to 3Q.OCO. Chairman J. Mack Love, of the sliver Demoeracy, claims the State for Bryan by 20,010 and says the silver people will elect several Congressmen and control the State Legislature. IN ViISSOURI. ST. LOUIS, Mo.. October 21.—The cam paign in Missouri closed to-day with ral lies in almost every town uni city througghout the State. It is generally conceded that the State, outside ef St. Louis, will be carried by the fres silver Democrats. The Republicans have la'.d stege to St. Louis and are hoping to carry it by a sufficient majority to overcome the State at large. IN NEBRASKA. OMAHA. Neb.. October 31.—Although the" ampaign of IS6 will jiot be formally ended until 12 o’clock MondAy night, the task of organizing the alignment of forces for the struggle of Tuesday has been practically completed. It is generally ■ recognized as the most exciting campaign in Nebraska’s history. The Republicans claim Nebraska for McKinley and place 3,000 as the conservative majority mini mum vote. They think it will be from that to 15,000. The silver forces are e.-.ually sanguine, but place Bryan's majority in the State at 3,'00. IN WISCONSIN. MILWAUKEE, Wis., October 31.-State Chairman Coe is confident that the Re publicans will carry the State by GO,000. He claims that the ten Wisconsin Con gressmen will be Republican, and that but six counties in the State will give pluralities for Bryan. State Chairman Peck claims the State for Bryan, but gives no figures. He also claims that three of the Congressmen to be chosen will be Democratic. He makes no claims on the Legislature. NORTH CAROLINA. I RALEIGH, X. C., October 31.—There ! set-ms. In spite of furtive threats of scratching as to the Bryan fusion ticket, to be a .,eneral asquiescence among the better informed of both Populists and Democrats, that Bryan will carry the State by 30.000. The Republicans claim the State for McKinley by L’.uOO. • IN 0 iVA. DES MOINES, la.. October 31.—Chair man Curry, of the Democratic State Com mittee, has issued a claim that the State will give Bryan 30,000 plurality. Chairman McMillan, of the Republican State Com mittee, estimates that McKinley will have j at least 75,000 plurality. CAtl ORNIA. SAN FRANCISCO, Cala.. October 31.— The Republicans the confident that they will varry the State by at least 10,000, and the Democrats are equally certain that Bryan will have a majority. NEW JERSEY. Trenton, N. J.. October 31.—The Repub licans are confident of 40.000. The Demo crats claim 7,000. THE BETTING. CHICAGO, October 31.—Bets on the re sult of the election are being offered at ‘ the following odds; General result—3 to 1 that McKinley de feats Bryan. Illinois—3 to 1 that McKin ley carries the State; even money that McKinley’s plurality will be 20,-lM: even money that Tanner will defeat Altgeld by gn.OGO. Kentucky—Even money that Mc Kinley carries the State. Indianla— 2 to I 1 that McKinley carries the State. Cali fornia-Even money that McKinley car ries the Stale. Nebraska—Even Money that McKinley carries the State. Michl gan-8 to 5 that McKinley carries the State. Kansas—4 to 5 that McKinley car ries the State. NEW YOKK, October 31.-Thcrc was a good deal of betting at the Fifth Avenue Hotel to-night, but the Bryan men de manded odds of I and r> to 1. H. C. Cook placed $5,000 to $1,000 on Mc Kinley carrying the country; $2,000 to It**) the same way and made four bets of $500 to |HXt that McKinley would be the next President. Kred H. Brooks placed $4,500 to $1,000 on McKlnb-y; $‘.’.‘“'0 even that McKinley will I carry both Indiana and Illinois; $2,000 even I that McKinley will win in New York State by 150.00*1 plurality; $3,000 to $500 that the majority in New York will be 150.000 and $1,500 to $1,000 that McKinley will carry Nebraska. Vote for W. P. Robinson for Prose cuting Attorney. He deserves your ! vote. o The “Texas Harry” company, full of fun, will appear at the Bridgeport Op era House Tuesday evening. A spec ial wire has been put In the building, and election returns will be read from the stage. Tailor-Made, at $4.50, Monday only, at 1 . S. HOOD & OO. W. P. Robinson, Democratic candi date for Prosecuting Attorney, re spectfully solicits your vote. VOCAL INSTRUCTION. Mrs. Stella Sebastian McClure, pupil of Oampanarl and Emma Juch, will receive a limited number of vocal pu pils. Terms moderate. Call or ad dress No. 840 Main street. ion Boucle Jackets, Silk Lined and Tailor-Made, at $1.50, Monday only, at L. S. GOOD & CO. 100 Hondo Jackets, Silk Lined and | Tailor-Made, at $4.'>0. Monday only, at L. S. GOOD & CO. Vote for W. P. Robinson for Prose cuting Attorney. Ho deserves your vote. ——-o--—— 100 Poucle Jackets, Silk Lined and Tailor-Made, at $4.50, Monday only, at L. S. GOOD & CO. --o W. P. Robinson. Democratic candi date for Prosecuting Attorney, re spectfully solicits your vote. —— -o Fur Trimming* all kinds cheaper than elm'whrrr. Military Braid and Set*, newest, large line. l inen Collars and Caffs, new shapes New KIIiImiu and Lace Neckwear, latest Embroidered Piece and Plaited riilffon*. MY.lit \« KI.K’S. Vote for W. P. Robinson for Prose cuting Attorney. He deserves your vote. --o Y7. P. Robinson. Democratic candi date for Prosecuting Attorney, re spectfully solicits your vote. HOTXSSE5. ALL STAR CAST: Eye Davenport, William Broderick, Wane Mllard, Charles 0. Lasset, Drew Donaldsca, Fred Frear, Minnie Jarboc, Arthur Sertoj, Marie Davenoort, Charies W. Myers, and ethers. One Night, Tuesday, November 3d. Harry and Edward Paulion's (Authors of Kruilrite, Mol>0, etc ) Brilliant Operatic f:xqui«Hc Music, Perfect Stajje Appointments! Elaborate Costumes. Watty Hydes, Musical Director. The Flection Returns Will be Announced Between Acts. 1 _i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CHILDREN S SHOES OF THE KIND 1 HAT PLEASE. Not the kind that Itijtir.n w tittle one's leot beyond repair, b it tlie kind that looks nad Ilts like SiliM’.s. It costs n<> more to get them tuour 11 you buy them RL0XKN DER, SHOE SKLI.KIt, 10111 MAIN ST. ^CANTON, O . October "I. I:, the awful crush about the stand in the McKinley yard this afternoon to shake Major Mc Kinley by the hand, a V ■ na town wo man fainted dead away. Si was carried through the throng to the cast Ode of the street, where restorative- were applied. She recovered after a tim I was taken away In a carriage. Sever .1 others were overcome. Two little git! out live yoars old were caught In the <. h and almost smothered. Strong arm grn.-pcd them and quickly carried them b. yui. 1 harm's way. Soon after these Incidents the N'lles citi zens were crowded so about o n.r.d that a panic was imminent. M. <r McKinley, seeing this opportunity, ft• — a three cheers for the old flag in the following words: ••My follow citizens, I propose. Inas much as this is flag day, in honor of the glorious old standard who h we love .o much, we give three roc in- chi > rs for It and what it represents in ;r national life." The people paused, the crush was stayed, and with great vehemence the cheers were given. The crowd moved away and Major McKink >• j •. ■ l quick ly into the house. The move doubtless avoided serious injury to many in the crowd. 100 Boucle Jackets, Silk Lined and Tailor-Made, at $4.50. Monday only, at L. S. GOOD & CO. XV. P. Robinson, Demo< ratio candi date for Prosecuting Attorney, re spectfully solicits your vote. W. P. Robinson, Democratic candi date for Prosecuting Attorney, re spectfully solicits your vote. Vote for \V. P. Robinson for Prose cuting Attorney. lie deserves yout vote. Ladles’ Winter l nderwear, 25c worth r'vn plaid Ribbon*, handsome, title worth Embroidered Handkerchiefs. Jo*t In very C Ostrich nn.l C oqne Roi»*. bmp and *h«rt. price* very low. hW A It At KEH s. Get llie Meet,—* THE WHEELIN'!! DAILY REGISTER. 10c I'KR WEEK. T elcplioncv amusements. QPERR • HOUSE. ONE NlOHr, TUESDAY, H0Y8MB8R 3d. The Reigning C orn tic Comedy Success, D-O-R-C-H-S, By Harry and Edward Paulton, authors rt. Drew Daven Bassett, Arthur The Election liuturii* \nnonnerd Between Act*. Brices—All scats on lower floor, J1.00; ad mission. 7.",o: r* -ierved Is in I>>11< i■ ri>. 75c; admission. '*<>«•. .■-' at at A. Home s music store Saturday, October .;l. t. oc25eudq ut rJ'mimc, aiuw. AT.I. ST AH CAST. Eva Davenport. Marie Mlllaj Donaldson, Minnie Jarboe, Marl port, Wm. lii dcrlck. Chat. n. Fred Error, Chas. W. Meyers, Heaton and others. QPERR HOUSE,. Friday, November tith. The Idol of the Fun-Making World, .101.1.1 NELI.IK JlcHl.MH. In II. Grattan Donncllv's comedy creation, A EIGHT II HEW YORK. With a carefully selected company HrlcM and sparkling music, superb • ■>-’ nje- , beautiful scenery, clouds of pri "> Kir a cyclone of merriment. I nil .•( new 1 delightful features. Don’t ' <d »o • • tho most notable novelty 111 sight. Brices—11.00, 75 and f.U cts. Seats on srilo at c. A. House's music store Well ' i • . November 4th. octlevdQ QKAND OPERA JlOUSE. Monday, Tuesday and Wcdnesd y nigh*’, and Wednesday matinee, Nov. 2, I Era uiui Webster In A BKEKZY TIME. Special midnight performance Tu*«e.iv night at II ii. m. K1 etion r- ! n v. I be received by wire. I suul pri o -j HAND OPERA liOl>K. 'Ll Thursday, Friday and Fatnrd-.y n t and Saturday matinee, Nov. 5. 1 The Orman dialect singing >n" • n, J. E. TOOLE, in KILLARNEY AND THE ’UlIM Night prices, 15. 25. 25 and ■■ . Mr'"** prices, 15, 15 and 35c.