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AUTUMNAL WEDDING Several Kotablo Oaos Occuri Horo Yesterday. THE MflY-lSENBERG NUPTIf At ll??' Wheeling CJub llootu I ?.* U...?r Tt?.(llln..f All". Two Notable OuL-of-Town AV clings ut Now Cumberland t Moundsvillo?Two Other* Li in City Last Evening. Several notable wedding, in wb Wheeling people played the U in*; roles, occur rod yesterday, tli were iu tho citv and two others oc< red out of town, one at Now Cuuil laud and anothor at Moundaville. Tho tnarriago of -Mr. Josenh May, of tho members of tho llrm of J Brotiiors, Steubenville, and ^ Amelia Isonbor^, of Barne9ville, dau ter of Mr. and Mrs. Mover Iaonbi prominent .Jewish people o! that pi; occurred at tho rooms of the Wheel Club, iu the Rogers block, in this < last evening. These nuptials will at as one of tho most brilliant that h been witnoased lorsomo timo iu li Jewish circles. Tho ceromony was performed in parlors, which wero beautifully deci ted for the occasion, by Kabbi ltonjai lionnheiui, of iho Jewish congrogat of this oily. It was just 8 o'clock \vl tho bride :ttul grooui entered the up: meats. Tho former looked benutifti n charming costume of whitouilk ben line, triiained with r??ai old lace uti profusion of diamond ornaments, w a fall bridal voil. Following the bi .and groom came little Elsie .May (Ju ling, in a pink silk boquetto costui witli Ecru lace and a miniature < moud pin, and Master Edwin Kli both scattering llowcrs. 'J he mail lionor was Miss Mamie Bossinger, Philadelphia, a couuin of the bri whose costume was u wondrous ci tion in pink silk, laco tri timings i lovely pearl ornament*. After the impressive ceremony been performed the invited quests, v numbered about sixty, and were immediate relatives of tho contract parties, proceodoil to tho dining roo which were also beautifully decoral where the marriage feast, which ' served by Ziejreufeldor, was discus Lutor in thoevening tho dancing stat iitid was continued until the "woo a hours" brought tho dawu of uuot day. BUC11A N A X?IS A HER, A 1'ruuilncnt Couple Married ut Mou villi' I.unt livening. A beautiful wedding tool: place at Simpson M. 12. Church in Mounds^ Inst evening at 7 :o0 o'clock. Tho par were Mr. Louis L. Buchanan, of < cago, and Miss Clara linker, dnughtc Captain and Mrs. A. O. linker, Moundaville. lfov. Cf. W. Grimes ft i ciatod. ' Miss Aunio Sage, of Wheel I pro9i:lod at tho onrnn, Miss Ktlio 1 " orts, of Cincinnati, acted a9 maid . honor. Miss Carrie Cockayne and Moss Woods, of Moundavillo, v bridesmaids. Dr. .George W. lirowr Newport, Ky., was boat man. Mr. W. Weightman, of Louisiana, and Albert Suape, of Mouudsvillo, v ushers. 'I'llii hrido was dresaod in crvatal with veil trimmed with lilies ot vallev. and carried ft bouquet ol saino (lowers; Miss Hoborts in w borigUHne. trimmed with silk, and r.ying white roses; Miss NNoods in low eilk. carrying roses to match, Miss Cockayne i.. white, triminod v yellow Bilk, and alio camod ycl '"linmcdiatoly aftor the corotuony and Mrs. Buclianau were driven to homo ol tho bride's parents, wher ' 12rand reception was given them the relatives, alter which thov depai ou the midnight train for Clncimi where thev will ho Ihursday aftern at tho Grand hotel, and will aftorws Co to Chicago and take up tlieir r i UeTho church was handsomely de . atod and iho couple wore tho recipic of many handsomo pro.aoiita Tho b lias been organist ill tho M. 1.. chu there for a number of years and alio ' been in high social standing. A of friends join in host wishes f< ' luippy and prosperous life. A h auilioncu was present to witaosfl coiemony. 15AUH-SM1TH. A DlilllniruUliO'l Nuptial Ceremony at: . Ciiuibwluiiil. Aa previously announced in 1 paper, tho wedding of Miss Charl M. Smith, of Now Cuiuburlaud, W. to Mr. K. W. Barr, ol Chattano Tennf; took place at her homo at 1 pi ice', yesterday afternoon, ltov. ' Williams, of the Presbyterian chu of Cross Creek, l'a., performed the 1 rlaso ceremony in tho presence . lar?o number of relatives and frle nfler which ail elegant feast was cussed bv tho guests Present. luippv couple left on their wedding lit ivoniig, and return to Cl.< oooga, Telln., their future horns. bride is the only daughter of the Senator B. J. Smith. and tho un fl son of the lale Governor Ban Alabama. ? Crawford-WoimIh. Mi'6 Mattle B. Woods win unito.l marriauo to Mr. J. W. 1*. Crawford tho home ol her parents on Ihirteo street, Bov. l)r. 1). A. Cunningham dating. After the ceremony the \ dod ceuplo were driven to tho \\ hee & Lake Krio depot, ovor .wl11^1' tliov left for a two weeks trip to U Bn.' 'Iho groom is an attache of J>e Kllinisliani's olllce, and both he and bride aru very popular uiuong tlieir quaint ancos. Dean-June*. At the residence of Kov. Dr. A Itiker, that minister united 111 mnrri Mr. John W. Bean, tho well^ kn bookkeeper at Alexander Irow s fu tnre store, and Miss Matilda Jono; 'i'nirtoenth street. Mr. and Mrs. I leit for 11 visit to his mother, near \ ton. and other relatives in Lpf county, and will spond two or tt weeks visiting there. lUo Janeiro Quiet. liio D11 Jaseiko, Oct. 11.?Pesul firing is procooding between the in nent souadron and tho forts. Iho j, quiet, it has not been louche, the enotnv's shells. Banks and o establishments are open and gen burio?s is proceeding Fresi l'eixoto has issued a manifesto in w l ho euvs that should tho congress!, elections un October 3d result advor 10 him, he will know how to obey will expressed by tho country. Julius Jacobs soils dry goods cUcsi S LOCAL nitKVlTIfc.S. }Iutt?rs of .Uluor Muuiuut la uud About tlio City. ...i The Grand thia ovoning?N. Y. rea Theatre Co. There wui not a caso for tho j>olico yesterday morning. || o IIo.v. J* Dxnford spenks for protccHO tion ut JEtnuville thia evening. Tub foundation of Dr. l'ipct'a now .... lannli ctfo/lj Snllfll lp Side, is nearly completed. Manager Hiester litis booked that excellent comedy, "Jane," for early pro* tnd duction 'it the Opera House. the A week from next Saturday Fred Warde and Louis Jamea will preaent "Tho Liou'a Mouth" at the Opera llouse. ich Tin: Mercantile Club will open tho ,uj. social season this ovonitnr with a full areas hop, for which tho Opera House orchestra will play. ur* Officer O'Brie.v yesterday shot a ,or" horse belonging to tho Atlantic Tea Company. Tho horoo wasalllicted with ono lockjaw and could not recover. ,|av Tub street railway pavingtran^ is now j." at work on Jacob below Forty-first strooi. The work of paving will be oh- completed at the end of this week. 3r~< A maruiagk license was yostorday ace, issued to Mathia9 M. Glanna, a^ed }>, jn? oi Uulmont county, Oiiio, and Ada * ititchio, aged 37, a widow, oi Wheeling. . Tiiosk who bought tickets for the en3,11 gajroment of l'owell, tho magician, at avo the Opera house, can have their money jcal refunded by returning tho tickbts to C. A. llouso's music storo. ^,0 The century run of tho whoeluion )r.a" next Sunday promises to bo u bis: af. 1 fair. A number of othor riders will ,otl enter, ami altogether there will bo probubly lit toon or twenty contestants. [ j(1 Ovpiceu Scallby was detailed yester,rd. day to kill a little dog that was dying j u anyhow. lie put (our bullets into it jt|, before ho stopped its squealing, and j,|0 then had to club it to death. The tiring nj. collcctcd a big crowd. me, Dick Sjianlky'k wife yesterday paid lia- his lino to tho city and he was trans* iin. forred to tho county jail to servo five I of days for stealing. After this a line of of $10 uuu coats remains to be paid to the ide, state or ho will have to servo ten days oa- more in jail in default. A gikl applied for aid at police headquarters yesterday who Huid she had had run away from her homo in l'onnsylifho vania several weeks ajjo and gone with the u dramatic compauy, but now wanted ,n" to get back. fcJho was cared for and ms, word sent to her mother. Tin:. Steubonville St ir is responsible i for thissnako story: Annie, wife of T. .* \V. Quillin, who resides on tho lJarthma' p':lce? *n Cross Creek, attacked and . killed eight full grown snakes at once u last Saturday in her yard. They were all lying in a heap when she discovered them. ads- John McC a luster, of tho Now York 'l " Theatre Company, was rather severely , burned about tho eyes last night by tho discharge of a pistol in tho slum scene, rillo Fortunately ho closed his eyes in titno :oo mid tho Droverbial cheek of tho actor jjjj. was liia salvation, and ho suffered 110 serious iujury. of ABOUT PfclOPLIi P? strainers in tlio City und Whoellujj Folk* tab- Abroad. oi E. J. Bcobe, of Fairmont, ia at tho lias McLuro. roro L. Ilockman, of Moorelield, is at the >, of Windsor. Mayor C. W. Arnett, of Fairmont, Mr. wag jfl town yogterday. 1,0 ro C. C. Fulton, of Mannington, regisQjjj. tered at tho Behlor yesterday, the Mr. George Homo, of House & Ilerrthe matin, left yesterday for Pittsburgh and liito Cleveland. car- Miss Ida May Frank, of Chicago, is yol- the guest of Mra. W. II. Frank, of and Twelfth street. j1^1 CapL R. M. Shaw, of I'arkeraburu, low wag jn tjl0 city yesterday aud registered at tho Windsor. Mr. and Mra. William Johnson, of 0 a Stoubonville. were in tho city yeatorand l'10 Huosts ?f friends. ted Fred W. Bartlctt, of Mannington; W. tati, B. Grier and \V. L. Jackson, of Parkers0011 burg, are Behlor arrivals. trda Ool. F. Itieater was at hia offico yeacsi torday aftor being confluod to the house several days by indisposition. ^or" Miss Emma Eat is, of Wheeling Island, !nf9 and Miss Lottie .Stein, of Philadelphia, r , are tho guests of Miss Lillio LaUocho.? iren it.iiin >'u lost Chief of tho Firo Department Ilealy )r u cot homo from Mt. Clemens last ovonirgo entirely cured of his rhoumatism nml enthusiastic' in his praiso ol the waters there Among tho arrivals at the Stamtn wore, Miss Estoo, of Mannington; S. Sew Vinson, of Taylors town; W. J. l'aintor, of Thornton ; Charles Groves, of Sistora.t ; ville; L. 13. -Martin, of Moundsville; J. 1 8 1). Claytins, of Grafton; D. II. Leonard, otto i'arkeraburg; L. D. Johnson, iJurnorsVa., ville; F. IS. Clark, C. L. Clark, J. B. oca| Clark, W. M. Snodgoss and wifo, and F. E. MclSldowney, of Now Martinsville. ^r" Tho AuHtrlau Lautlivolir. liar- Vihnna, Oct, 11.?Tho now bill introaf ducod in tho reichsratli for tho reornda, ionization of the Austrinu landwehr dia- provider for ton voars non-active sortrio v'cc' a,1(* n^?''h',C9 ^0 clau?e proventittu 'an(Jwohr from boine sent out The ?* l'10 counlr>'- ^'lu l)roan,L?le to tho l ite cava l',at l'10 a*ni OI K?vernmout in to brinir the landwohr into closer re, lalions with the army, eo that in the * ovent of war tho authorities could use tho latter to the greatest advantage, I in I>:ilton Gaug'aTlireiit. 1^ at Guthrie, Okla., Oct. 11.?A cominittee of citizons from Gushing and Inked ^'ails appeared at tho United States line marshal's ollico this morning and do1 manded protection for themselvos and II & their property, as tho Dalton gang have jj[g throatoned to have revenge on every ac. citizen who aided tho otlicora at tho Ingalls battlo a month ago. 'Alio people fear that the town will bo burned and they, themselvos, shot down during tho 23 excitement i ago own Tun great value of Hood's Sarsaparilla mi- as a remedy for catarrh is vouched for of hy thousands of people whom it has loan cured. ^ 1 V'es* ,1* QT They Give Tnolr Uuunoiik. irec Porhaps some of our readers would like to know in what respect Chamberlain's Cough Uemedyis better than any other. Wo will tell you. When this lory romciy is taken as soon as a cold has gu*. boon contracted, and before it has bo. " come settled in tho Hvatem, it will clty counteract tho f?fleot of tho cold and I hy groatly lessen it's soverity, and it is tho ther only remody that will do this. It acts oral in perfect harmony with naturo and lent aids nature in rolieving tho lungs, open?ich ing tho secrotions, liquofyinir tiio mucus Dual and causing its expulsion from tho air sely cells of tho lungs and restoring the aystho torn to a strong and healthy condition. No other remedy in tho marKot pnapeases tbeso remarkable properties. >C9t. No other will cure a cold so quickly. UMTKIJ STATES COURT. j A Niunbrr of Cane* I>itj)onuil of-Ouo Man Skip* flu It (mil or 81,000. Specif Di$patch to tlx InUUigcnctr. Claukmiujig, W. Va., Oct. 11.?In the United States court to-day the following cases were disposed of: United States vs. A. M. .Singleton, of Braxton county, selling without license, fined $100 und forty days in jail; United States V3. Ira tf inkle, of Upshur, same ebanre, not! guilty; samo vs. 1>. A. J^ainbert, Upshur, sumo charge, 51UU lino anil iiuny wuya in jail; same va. Henry Riblett, of Harrison county, name charge, nolle pros, as 2xo had license; earno vs. Peter j Anions, aamo charge, nolle proa; saino against Liza Groon, uarao charge, nolle proa; Hatno vs. Lou Jlicknian, Upaliur county, 6amo charge, not guilty; aanie vs. George l'rice, same charge, nolle pros; name va. Marcellas lleuuott, same charge, $100 line, and coats; same va. Itichurd Jojlin, aanie charge, nolle proa; aaino va. liomor Da via, Webiter county, pamo charge, .5100 line, and costs; same va. Thomas J. Reynolds, alias To be Iieynolda, same charge, nolle proa. Ira 11 inkle whose caao ia reported above waa hold under $1,000 bond to answer for perjury duriog the trial of hia case,. When the time for the perjury case had arrived it waa found tiiat the defendant had skipped and his bondsman will be hold tor the SI,000. Juries have been diacharged and the court will adjourn to-night. The grand jury returned one hundred indictments. KuplLit C'oiivolition. Special Dltjxilch to the lntcllhjtncfr. Charleston', W. Va., Oct. 11.?Tho morning sesaiou of tho liaptiat State Association was taken up in tho considatvitiAti rf ivntnnn'a wnrlr niwl of Slind.1V school work in the church. A report froui tho Baptist circles in the state showed that S55'J had boon collected by them at an outlay of $3 05. L. 10. Peters read a splendid address on tho work and plana of tho A. A. P. S. Tho evening session was opened with tho consideration of tho report of tho executive committee. Tho receipts of tho year wore $2,912 04; expenditures, S3.4S3. Total debt, $.430 7o. Tho receipts of tho American Baptist Ilome Mission Society from this state amounts to $1,940 50 for tho year. Conl Operator*' OrKiinizutiuii. Spcciitf Dltpatch to lite JnUUigencer. Charleston, w. Va., Oct. 11.?The se coal operators of the state mot hero toduy and porfected an organization. ^1( About one hundred wero present. A constitution and by-laws were adopted. A banquet was tendered to tho citizens y. of tho city for a like courtesy extended to them last spring. Now Company Chartered, Special Dltpatcli to the JntdHijcnocr. Charleston, W. Va., Oct. 11.?The secretary of state granted tho following charter to-day: The United States Hiuriufcicturiri# Com puny, general o/litres at Cliarloston, W. Va., capital limited e\ to S200.000. shares $10 each. ? lu Postmaster* Cotutuhitloiicd. fptcial Ditpalcli to the htftBigcnccr. jjr Washington, D. C., Oct. 11.?The fol- c lowing West Virginia poatuiaators wore commissioned to-day: Lyeurgus C. C. Colott, Hillings; James 0. Crawford, Montana Minos; James K. P. Ott, Kippen; Joseph Wier, Shaw. ]'u?toltlco Changed. SjHcia! DUpa'ch lu Hie IntcUiijcnctr. Washington, D. C., Oct. 11.?The * postoilico at Kempunele, Lewis county, lias been dimmed to Hurst, and Madison J. Lovett, commissioned as postmas- _ ter. A Sow West Virginia Ganger. SfKclul VitjxUcli io lite IiildliQcncer. Washington, I). C., Oct. 11.?Ballard P. Conrad was to-day appointed by the secretary of the treasury a gauger in the C West Virginia internal revenue district. ^ ai bOUTJIUKN DliVKLOPMISNT. (. Tho Meeting uf tlio Southern Intor-State Immigration Society. 111 Chicago, Oct. 11.?Tho executive j?. cotnmittoo of tho Southern Inter-Stato Immigration Associations and others interested in the development of the South held a meeting in the Palmer ? House parlors to-day. lion. M. T. Bryan, of Tennessoc, presided. Among those presont were Hon. M. T. Bryan, Tonneasee; Hon. E. Polk Johnson, of Kentucky; lion. II. E. Alvord, of Maryland; Dr. J. J. Hull, of __ Virginia, and lion. C. F. Moore, of West Virginia. The meeting unanimously favored an early convention of representatives of southorn men, and instructed l'resi- C dent Bryan to issuo a call for a southern M industrial congress, leaving the timo hi and place discretionary with him, upon cr a further conforonoo with the commit* ai tee and tho governors of the several 11 southern states. fr This movement lias for its object the lii proper presentation of the varied and undeveloped resources of tho south to tl tho people of the northeast. I? cc Mental exhaustion and brain fatiguo Promptly cured by Bromo-Seltzer. 3 Si Mrs. Arvllla Powell "Ky vrlfo suffered with inflammation and 8oronc35of l&o bowels, which a physician cali was cauaod by a tumor. Sho had an attack of tho grip and la two weeks was reduced to c mere wkcictn. Tho family physician did all ho could and pronounced licr incurable. bUo Uocldcd to try Hood's Sr.rsaparllLi. Its go Jd cSoct was quickly noticeable. All traces _ Hoad'ss;> Cures ot tho tumor liavo disappeared, slio Is fr^? < front pain* and thero is uo sorenejs or swull- I lug. mio has not boon la so good health for years." Timotuv Powklx* Curke, N. Y. Hood's Pills Cure blck lleadaehc. 20c. 'attention, republicans. All Republicans of Ohio county Interested In the election of Governor McKIuleyaro requested to meet lu the Ohio Couuty Republican Club rooms, In the Odd Fellows building, to morrow (Krldayj evening nt ?:C0 o'clock, to arrange for attending the McKlnley moctlutr at Bel aire next Thursday evening. All member* of the ^ Escort Club and Tariff Champions should be ptCttiUt. J. K. HALL, rresldcut Ohio County Republican Club. The Intellic Is a Cheap and f THE WOR You Can Have Railr and Seven Nights L i 9 THURSDAY, October 12, tickets good going on all trams any train within Ten Days. T day going as well as coming, anc The INTECLIGENCER has had so many inquiries for intative to Chicago to arrange for the comfortable >tels and the best locations. Contracts have been c Arrangements have also been made with the pop LLIGENCER to sell its tickets in connection with hotc All first-class tickets good on all trains leaving VVIi Five Dollars deducted from any of the following r: i and Oct. 28. Good for passenger coaches only, t Other hotels in addition to the following luve 'cry body. Call at the INTELLIGENCER Counting i< rtlier information. Mr. T. C. Burke, 13. & O. tickc u^iuiPA will nrivA infnrmntinn fnneernincr-thes ;tiu ai uwiiunw, ??*?? o'ws" cj MM COMFIT BROWN'S HOTEL, WINDSOR BE orner iCd street and South Chicago On Lake Michigan renue, three blocks from 1). & 0. eta- avenue and 74th str an. Two olectric linos and four steam All outside rooms iios to Fair. Twenty minutes rido to T|)re() m,nulefJ tW air, faro 5 cents. Exposition entrance Wheeling pooplo know this house. Seven days' lodjjinjr, ivon days' lodging, including bath,and first-class railroad first'Class railroad tickot, good on all trains until Nove trains until November 5.. $19 00 With seven brcakfa THE PULLMAN HOTEL, THE GARFII orner 55th at root ami Washington anil &SOO to 5830 Stony ! n(li8on Avenues. A solid block of rick, otcain heated, electric light and ______ ,11 bolls; 300rooms; ou Cottaco Grovo "rosatl.o street fro ;enuo cable can; throe blocks from linois Central station; same distance noar threo entrance: oin Fair Grounds entrance. Strictly rat-class. Excellent cafe in hotol. Mr K A. Lippincott, tlio ...unuwr ol Sovca Jay>. lodgin? io Pullman, 19 a son of the late Major ipnlncott, long famous in Belmont . A. , t >unty as a hotel-keeper. rou^ ticket, pood ?vcn days' Iodpinp and first-clas9 rail- November 5.. road tickot, pood ou all trains until November 5 $22 50 Meals 25 ccnt9 each, to. L, C. List's Famous Wheel- HOTEL D ing Headquarters, Sixtictii 8i ot?? only two squares fr J51 and 2253 Calumet avenue; first- to tlio Fair-a more ass houso in first-class location; unsur- Electric, steaui a assort table; cable cars and Illinois other parts of the F entral to Fair. ,u" P0?P'? ?nd P"i? Seven days' lodging, oven days' lodging, seven breakfasts aud evening dim and seven evening dinners, and first- hath, nud lirst-cl , . , ? . AVheoling to Chic cla?s railroad ticket on all trains until ualjj November November 5 $29 50 trains, including s \RRANGEMENTS CAN ? CALL OR WRITE FOR AN1) 5^ THIS IS TO! OPi fencer Plan W,w to Spp -J J WW -?' w ID'S FAIR oad Ticket 1 $i4.oe. -OR.odgingfor , $19.00. will be the next $1400 Day., ; and returning>on any day and he $19 00-tickets ^ood every I these include sleeper privilege. hotel accommodations that it has sent a special repre. | ; accommodation of its friends in the most desirabla losed on terms that insure the most satisfactory rates. u!ar B. & O. Railroad Company which enable the IN I coupons. eeiing and Chicago, with Sleeper accommodations. ites on special excursion days : Oct. 12, Oct 19, Oct. s'o sleeper privilege. been arranged with, but in this list is something for 00m and tallc it over, or write from any point fur :t agent at Wheeling, Air. R. C. Haas?, B. & O. ticket e trips. j-wAk. at i,aw mm All JLBU 11 A. MiVU i ACH HOTEL, f CALUMET HOTEL, Ueaeb, corner ttond Corner 7uth and South Chicago Avenue cut. Grand Crossing. Permanent hoiiao; now anu neat; eight blocks from Fair; !o by oioctric can to electriccnrs pass tlie door; atoam roads ) and cablo cars if preforrod. , , Seven days' lodging and lirst-class rail^ eluding batn.and ticket, cood on all road tlcUet' K00U 011 a" ,rauls unl" mber 5 $20 00 November 5 $21 35 ,sts~ 23 00 With eeven breakfasts 23 45 2LD HOTEL, NORTH ENTRANCE HOTEL, Island avenue, just N. W. corner Jellordou avenue and 57tU in the Fair Grounds, atrcct; ?olid, handsome brick .tructuro of 2o0 rooms; 070 feet from grand ena; electric light. . , , , trance gate of the Fair; Illinois Central nud cubic card to the city. ; and first-class rail,, , . lM .Seven days' lodging and first-class railon all trains until road ticket, good 011 all trains until CtPO ri\ November 5 $23 50 Breakfast?, if desired, 50 cents each. E PARIS, HOTEL DELAWARE, d IthodcH avenue; Corner Cottage (Jrovo avenue and Gltli om Plaisance Entry street; live minutes from Fair; cable carj and elevated railway; fare 5 cents; nd cablo lines to all air grounds. Wheel- superior family hotel. rs at this hotel. Seven days' lodging and first-class ra 1, including breakfast roaU ticket, irood 011 all trains until ters, and also use of a<?s railroad ticket, November 5 S2J 30 ago and return, good jIlt.iujjn? ecven breakfasts and seven 5 and pood on all ilcepiugcars.^2800. ovening dinners W BE MADE EVERY DAY I ( FURTHER INFORMATION.