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Absolutely Pure. Tkia powder nerer Tartea. a mArrei of purity, ttrvnifth and wholeaomene«». Howeoonomx»! iban the ordinary kinds, * «d oaaaot be «okl in competition with (.be »altitude of low teat, «hört weixht «loa or pbcwphale powder*. Said omit tm cm*. Koyal Rakim Powdkb Co., m Walltect Sow Yor>. .. 10 enlists. QR. t»BO. J. CADDLE, ^qRGEON DENTIST, Re. 141« *lwrfcet Mtml JTOrer Dollar Kaitfc. at* $n> (oûodî. .00 BUSY! We Had Inli-iul«-«! •«» «!%«• Yon » W hole 1.1*1 Ol Our »U<i ll the rnohiUK biwiiif»» will not . ... . ■« riiAngb liiue. .411 we ewn «Mjr I«, fft Iffif Had Socl) Bargaim WE NEYER HAD SUCH HANDSOME GOODS, We aetrr wi-r«* more ïr»litlr<l to %ee lb«l jua r*n npprcelnle m wood I h in* when offered lo you. Ju«l ree«*i%f<l. HBulbrr lot of Hand ffl PLUSH COATS ! DOLMANS AND JACKETS. —$10.00 and Upwards. &2.UO m ml I |>wHr«l«t. Henry Jacobs & Co., Retail. 1154 Main St. Wholesale, 1156 & H">X Main Street po13 SAVE YOUR DOLLARS TRADE WITH US. OUB STOCK —«F— Ladies', Misses and Children's WRAPS IS COMPLETE. We r>»|W«f«lly »<k lh«> publlr to vail «ad eximlar our k<mmI« b*f»r# pnriliittliiK. BARGAINS II EVERT DEPARTMENT ! L S. GOOD & CO., 1181 MAIN STREET, OcA SE AL AND FUR CAPS! At DINGER'S. - - 38 Twelfth St not #ljfrK»3 $U$iaUt YESTERDAY IN THE CITY. » »t*r K«curU. Mr. OL 8ehi.*pf, ibc Opera Hoa*e drag fiat, mad« the following ohmrvatioiu o Um temperature /eateriUj: 7i m., 45 9«. m., 4c<; 1*2 m . 51; 3 p. ui , 48; 7 p m., 48. Weather, cJungefll»!*. Mm ke K«w AdrortMmrat«. SBCOMD fAQU. Oa£» Free—Wheeling Bakery Company Ready <br Bualne«— Wointii'i Extktiii«. uum Teeth Only $10—Mi l ortaick *. For Sale~»>rks of 8bakeKpeare. Picture Frame ifooidln*— Kirk * Art Store. Air Motateoers—.Ve'M«« A Bra beel**» Hiking Howitc-'—K. 11. Liit. ■*3 *TH PAO«. Hou»« "I*icke <fe Tafel. 1 =" 1 — -Prof. H. Kraeater. *jr Ifee«MilUaof w>* Inpraiai « Mtkiaer;, we rM «»«Ter »Me FruiM m4 at prirei drMmed mt ketore. KIRK'f lllrtft. Ik* Ur(Ml Mien erw ^«4 fer iisyeetlM la aar eâ«jr . M will be auwi* a^ Inl «la«* ml ^alkir felee*. J ®r»l IIa« ef aar CciabraM I» juat reeeived. 1 in<' m km# som. IJ***" — V drMMBcd ef ke«»». «TURC. l«W *»'■ *»ree jue www aa **klWt Ik / Fall M«l Wiauer Waai nt a smaulway. Th* Nm of Um D«j PotaMly Par* (nphftl for Hasty Header«. Thbkk marriage License« were issued yes terday. Omen Dikc is the champion dog kill er of the force. Th K voice of the museum man u numer ously heard in the land. Thkbk were three cases before Hia Honor yesterday morning. OxK deed of trnst was admitted to record by Clerk Hook yesterday. People still occasionally apply to City Clerk Bowers for marriage licenses. Matinee at the (Irand Opera Honse this afternoon, "Little Red Riding Hood." Gockk Bkos. opened their art store at No. 1111 Market street, last evening. The store is a handsome one. The attention of those desiring to learn Oerman is called to the advertisement of prof. Kraenter, in another column. Captain John Pobtkb has already com menced rebuilding his tire brick works at New Cumberland, destroyed by tire a few days ago. On* Monday the remains ot the late Muses A. Chandler, a former resident of Wheeling, were brouitht to the city from Cleveland, Ohio, and interred at Green wood cemetery. A max named Carson, employed at the Belmont cooper shops, by mistake got his right thumb in a machine at which be was working and had it badly crushed. Dr. Schwinn dressed the wound, and was com pelled to take oft the mangled part of the thumb. De. I. Wki&ich, of Martin's Ferry, die«) last night from a hemorrhage. He has been ill tor some, and time, and his death was not unexpected. Dr. Weirich was one of the oldest and most respected citizens of that city, and his death is a shock to countless friends. He was in the seventy-second year of his age. Anthony Gollner, a well-known ci tuen of the Second ward, died at his residence on Eleventh street, yesterday, of typhoid lever, after an illniss of about ten days. Mr. Golluer embarked in busi ness some twenty years ago, and at the time of his death was possessed of a com fortable competence. He was a citizeu much respected by those who knew him. NAKUOW KSCAI'K. A Man Jump* from a Railroad Tralu and I« Strock by a Car. As the y:15 B. & O. train for the west was passing the Benwood store, last even ing, a man carrying a new pair of shoes jumped ou a car to ride down to the sta tion. Just as the station was reached the man beard the door open, and fearing ha would be put otl the train he leaped to the grouud, but making a misjudg meut, he was struck on the back of the head by the car and knocked down between the track and platform. Everybody who saw the accident expected to see him ground to a shapeless mass, but fortunate ly the train stopped just as the wheels were almost touching him. Had the train moved several feet further, the man would have undoubtedly met with a terrible fate. As it was, he wa< saved. When picked up he was tonnd iuaeusible, and was carried into the waitiug room. A doctor was sum moned. who found a had gash on the back or the injure 1 man's head, which he was compelled to sew up. The man's name was not learned. iientletuau. See our genuiue porpoise shoe; is water proof, and I oat the shoe for winter. J. W. AMU'K. I'OINYS ON PJtOPLK. VjTtmonta of Cltlzan* »ml tlw * l'iulnn und Golo< of Stran A. B. Carter and wife are at the McLure. KabbiSessIer left yesterday fur Philadel phia. W. H. Bradley, of New Cumberland, m at the McLnre. Mrs. Henry M. Harper left yesterday Philadelphia ou a visit. C. 1- Williams, of tho Ohio River rail road, is at the McLnre. Capt. Chas. Muhleman, of the steamer Andes, is at the McLnre. T. L. Wisener and wife, of Beaver Falls, are at the McLnre House. Mr. G us. B. Spates, of Clarksburg, pass «1 through the city yeaierday. Mr. Andrew Sweeney U convalescing from an attack of typhoid fever. G. G. Nichols, E<q., editor of the /Vo plr'* Ad wate, of Pittsburg, and at one time a resident of Wheeling, is in the city. Mr. Geo. P. Morris, of London, Eng., is vising his uncle, Mr. Heury Morris, of Tt irteentL' street, aud expects to remain in the city. Henry Scamou, wife and son Harry, are home froja a two weeks' visit to Prof. W. H. Seaman, at Coczet, Va., and friends in Washington, D. C. Mrs. A. V. Snyder, of Brainard, Minn., who has been here the last two months visiting relatives aud friends, returned home on the 9:15 p. m. train by the B. A O. railroad. John C. Medick and Miss Rmiiie L. Weisner will be marrie«! this evening at 8 o'clock at St. John's Church, and a recep tion will follow at the resideuce of John C. Medick, on Chapline street. Miss Fannie S. Sutpheu, of Lancaster, Ohio, who lus been the guest of Mrs Geo. K. Wheat for »eyeral weeks, returned home yesterday, to the regret of the many friends she made while here. J. K. Botsford, Esq., and daughter, Mrs. Boyd, are back from a month's trip to the West and Southwest, taking in Chicago and Kansas City on their travels. They feel much be ne tit teil by the trip. Mr. C. S. McCandiish, of Parkeisbnrg, teller of the First National Bank of that city, and well known throughout the State, has made arrangements to go into the backing business at Marietta, Georgia, and will cotnniwice business about Decem ber 1st. Mr. U. B. Williams, of CJrafton, train* master of the Third and Fourth divisions and Parkersbnrg branch of the B. & O., was in the city yesterday. He has been at Ben wood on business oncerning the change of the schedule, which goes into effect next Sonday. He left for Grafton last evening. Judge Cochran and Mr. W. A. Lynch stopped at tho McLure House, Monday night, and left early yesterday morning for New York. They merely passed through the city and no significance is attached to the visit as they saw no one. The fact that they are still toother is a good indi cation, however. Uenilemea, Examine onr Congrem Waukenpha^t, tbe easiest lifting doe shoe in the market. J. W. Amk k. t Arre»te«l la Plttcburg, ; Chief of Police Smith last evening re ceived a telegram from tbe Chief of Police of Pittsburg stating that Joe Sweeney bad been arrested there an a suspicions charac ter aud pla<vd in jail. He wanted infor mal ion cofeceruiag Sweeney's reputation and the Captain furnished : t. Sf/eeney is tbe mau accused of assisting In robbing old man Curtis, in Marsball county, km« time since, and who was dismissed by Justice Eifwaitu, «i Mounds* H le, although tbe police fini confidect hi> was one of tbe guilty J men. ^ When Your Nerve* Bottier Vou, Ikvi^jrate them. When your night's repose is pnaoon* or un refresh in#, your appetite 'aded or c*jtfcloaa, whe« »light " and annoyances of worry you, know three your nerr«» are we«k; .M, Sü, that Its Dame is BASE BALL MEETING OP THE DIRECTORS OF THE OHIO STATE LEAGUE, At Kaliouoo, Twterdaj—Prtaid«Dt Vosgle Makes Ha Annul Report—A Great Many Changes Made in the Roles. The Directors of the Ohio SUte Base B«ll League met in annual seasiouat Kal amazoo, Mich., yesterday, and transacted a great deal of important business. Severn changes in the rules have been made, which will inure to the benefit of the League, which, next year will be a great deal strouger than last. President Voegles report stated that there was $1,900.25 in the general treas nry, $31.25 of which is in the expense tund and $1,*» in tbe KQarauU* foud- ,He congratulated the League representatives upon the discipline enforced among play ers and upon the control exercised over audiences in reference to umpires. He offered a number ol suggestions and recom mendations which were acted apW by the meeting, a full accouut ol which will be found in the following special: Special Wtqram lo Ute KevitUr. I Kalama/oo, Mich., November la. The Ohio Base Ball league held its annual meeting iu this city to-day in the parlors ot the Burdick House with the tollowing delegates Pr«*nt : E. C. Linn Lima, O.; Oscar Seeley and W. T. English, Wheeling; W. H. Taylor, Mansfield, O., President Charles Voegele. held the proxy of the Zanesville club: R. W. Smith, Kalama/oo; J. C. Hanser. Sandusky, O.; L. A. Loichot, Canton, O ; John Connel y and J. J- Jennings, Columbus, and Man ager A. C. Buckenberger of the Wheeling club. . j Cauton was regularly admitted as a I member of the League, she haviug taken Steubeuville's place conditionally that club disbanded. Lima, O., was ad mitted to fill the vacancy occasioned by the disbandmeut of Akron. The hand some I-eague pennant was presented to the Kalama/oo club by Mr. John Connolly, of Columbus. His neat speech was responded to in a graceful mauner by K. W. Smith on behalt of Kalamazoo. In the election lor olhcers this af ternoon W. H. McDermot, of Columbus, received seveu votes for President, and F H. Btunoll, of Cleveland, one. Mc Dermot's election was afterwards made unauimons. Brunell's name was only pro posed to test the sense ot the meeting in regard to tbe proposition recently ofiered to have the President elected liom a non Iicagne city. John Connolly Secretary, with a salary ol $m The President's salary was hxed at **• C. Taylor was elected a League directi r, to till the vacancy occasioned by the resig u»tioj"öt K. W. Smith. The salary limit of the players was tiied at one thousand dollars per month for each entire team. The'ffQarantee was fixed at $40pergame, with the addition of $15 for Kalamazoo, During the season each clnb had the privilege of taking the $40 or forty per Lnt of the i:ross receipt", which worked a uroat injustice to such good pacing towns «s Wheeling and Columhus, and it was by a combination of the last m™"*" JJJ that the guarantee was changed to the old fi*Theconstitution was changed so as to make one inning to constitute » game for the guarantee money,and a penalty of $1 Kit imposed on the club relusimî to pl'Y fcommittee co sisting of Seeley, McDermot and Taylor was ap S'.tVd to select the ball to be played with next season. Each club will be■ rj qnired to furnish au approved bond ot to remain in the League the en tin season. This is an increase of $250 over last season. The suspensions ot Strothers, Grumbling, Dillon, Groff, Dale and I»anow »ere ^ dèred to he removed. The meeting then ndj mrued, the various delegates returning home. _ Try our ladies' tine Kid hand sewed at ;Mi. Joseph Hasekaukr. A Wurm Kereptton. In speaking of a concert given at Asso ciation Hall, several evenings since, the Torouto, Canada, World, among other things, says: "Madame F. D'Auria (so prano), wife of Sijjnor D'Auria, of the Toronto Conservatory of Music, made her first public appearance in this city, and her singing was a great surprise. Her se lections were "Ah uou Credea' 'and "Ah non Giunge," from "I«'» Sonnambula," and a song and hallad in the second part. Her voice is one of high range—powerful aud brilliant, and her execution displays great delicacy and culture. The perfect phrasing and refined expression displayed in the "Sonnambula" numbers together with the sentimental treatment of the lighter music, show great versatility of talent. Mme. D'Auria won double recalls at each appearance, and on the first occa sion responded by singing "The l,ast Rose of Summer" with much feeling and sweetness. Mme. D'Auria Is an acquisi tion to Torouto rcusical circles, and the warmth, spontaneity and genuineness of her reception last evening wonld indicate that her talents will l>e properly appre ciated." A Fin« PerformHnce. The Rinehart Sisters have apparently caught the town. Last night, "Little Red Riding Hood" was presented to an ele gant house ma l- np of Wheeling's best thcatie goers. The company is one ot the best ever visiting this house and the plays arc all good. "Little Red Riding Hood" is a pleasiug operatic bnrletta, iu three acts, taken fmm the story familiar to us al) from childhood. Miss (roldie Rinehart, a most charming young lady impersonates * Red Riding Hood" true to nature, while Misses Bertie, Stella and bright little Leo, each lend a helping hand to make the piece so very interesting. The singing off Goldie and Bertie and dancing of Stella drew forth tremendous applause from the audience. Messrs Harris and Peters again scored another great hit in their laughable comedy busi ness. This afternoon "Red Riding Hood" will be repeated, while to-night the bill will be changed to "Cinderella." 1 HAVK HAI» eaiJUTU lor iwenij jears, and used all kinds of remedies without re lief. Mr. Smith, druggist, of Little Falls, recommended Ely's Cream Balm. The ef fect of the first application was magical, it allayed the indammation and the next morning my bead was clear as a bell. One bottle has don* me so much good that I am convinced its use will effect a permanent curt*. It is soothing, pleasant and easy to apply, and I strongly urge its use by all sufferers.—Geo. Terry, Little Falls, N. Y. Apply Balm into each nostril. An End to Bon* Scraping. Edward Shepherd, of Harrishurg, 111., says: "Having received so mach benefit from Electric Bittere, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it Have had a running sore on my leg for eigbt yearn; my doctors told me I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I osud, ibetead, three bottles of Electric Bittere and sevMi bcutj Brcklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now *oaou aisl well." Electric Bittere are sold nt fifty oents a bottle, and Bncklen's Amie» Halve at 25c. box by Logan«* Go. L.S.G00D&O0 sell dry goods the cheap#*.4. unnlwiuw Examina oar Lace Waukenphast u you want a shoe that will not hart yoar feet J. W. AM u n, 1143 Main Street It ta that te settle* kcytad all doubl that KIBE'S ABT STOKE, IN} lala Mtre«t,te the ptee* t* bay Ptetare Anal«*, lam»« fpë Art tel Wailala ——.. CARRIE» PIGEONS. '• Wichita" Arrives In Oooil Time Crom the S tat« Capitol. Mr. M. Emsheimer oo Monday took two of Michael Freismutb's carrierj>igeons with him to Charleston, where he went m a delegate to the meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge of the State. Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock the birds were lib erated in front of the State House in the presence of qnite a gathering of citizens. At 3:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon one ol the birds arrived at Mr. Frieemuth'aloft in the Stamm Honsel alley. The distance from Charleston to Wheeling by an air line is abont 160 miles, and considering the roagh weather the bird had to contend with, the trip was a very good one. The wind blew trom the west making dying very difficult. The bird is a loll brothel to ''Wichita," which some time ago made a wonderfully qnick trip from Wichita, Kansas, after which place it was named. When it arrived the bird was in good con dition, but very hungry. It remained abont its old home nntil very near dark when it left for its ho^je in Fulton, wbert it now lives. The other bird, which was the father of "Wichita," has not shown up at the time the loft was closed last even ing, but Mr. Freismuth looks for it some time this morning. The following was received last evening Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 15. SptcUU Tdtgrom to the RtffiMrr M. Emsheimer, of your city, loosened two of M. Friesmuth's homing pigeon« irorn the State House Lalcony, this morn ingat 10 o'clock. They made the trip ill live hours and forty minutes. The day was dark and rainy. - ■ ■ ♦ - ■ ■ ■ » A QUIET WEDDING Saleuinketl at Bridgeport, Yesterday M urn Ing. At precisely eight o'clock yesterday morning Rev. C. C. Hays, pastor of th< First Presbyterian Church of Bridgeport, performed the ceremony which made Mr. Frank Seigel and Mins Lillian Alexandei [ man and wife. The bappv event wat solemnized at the beautiful ieddence ol the bride's father, Hon. Ross J. Alexan der, inKLrkwood, and was witnessed only by relatives and the most intimate friend.« of the families of the high contracting pa! ties. There were no attendants, and tbt entire aß'air was of the ino"t «juiet and unostentatious character. The bride wa< dressed in a beautiful brown broadcloth and velvet traveling costume and presented an elegant appearance, while the groom wore a conventional black Prince Albert suit. The house was tastefully decorated with cut Mowers and potted plants, which were heaped in profusion throughout the parlors. After the ceiemony » most palat able wedding break lust was served, of which the guests partook heartily. The happy couple left on tne iir.'iO C. & P. train for Steubenville where they t»>ok the parlor car parage to Chicago. The will proceed at once to Kansas City where they will make their home. Among tbofe present from a distance, were, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welty, Miss Lillie Welty, Miss Annie McEllroy, and Mr. Willetts Ke*rns of New Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Weisner of Beaver Falls, Pa, Mrs. Joe West, of Chicago, and Mrs. N. C. Glover, of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. lioreman, ami Mr. Robert lioreman, of Parkersbnrg, and I)r. and Mrs. Alexander of Powhatan. A number of congratula tory telegrams were received, aud the long list of presents included many costly aud useful articles. ST. MATTHEWS MM) A Y MCIIOOL. A «Well Wither" Call» Atteutl.m to the Hector's Kemmks. To the Eililor of the Jieiji/lcr. Sik: After the singing of the last hymn in St. Matthew's Church, Sunday morn ing, and before beginning his sermon, Rev. Mr. Swope, the IJector, spoke eloquently in behalt of the Sunday School, and of the necessity of the members of the congrega tion taking an intenst therein Upon the children who are growing np in our midst and last taking our places, the prosperity of the church depends, ami that they may have a proper love and reverence for her, they should be taught her truths in the Sunday School. He said there were twenty five children whose parents at tend St. Matthew's Church, who go to other Sunday School.-, and while, no doubt, they are being t.iught re ligious truths, they will not grow up in the faith professed by their parents, but will naturally remaiH with and love the church that had the training of their yonthfnl minds. Probably all th&se children have been baptised into the church, and parents and guardians, who have stood sponsors for them have promised to see that their re ligions training should be in the church. The way to fulfill these promises to see that interest in the Sunday school does not lag and that there is a proper attendance. To persons who believe in the doctrines, and love the services of the Episcopal church and have her wtlfareat heart, there is ample material for reflection in Mr. Swope's remarks, and in the belief that some of the congregation who were not at St. Mathew's Sunday morning will see this in the Register and take it to heart, I have taken the liberty of asking you to publish it. A WKI.L-WlSHKB UK THE CHI'KCH. I,Alton NOTES Items of Iuterent to Worklticmen Picked up and Paragraphed. At the Min^o Junction Nail works self feeders have been put on nearly all of the cold machines. The upright shaft of the squeezers at the Standard mill was broken Monday, which will lay the boiling department off for sev eral days. The Brilliant Glass Works are erecting a new pot arch and mold oven, and the fac tory will be ready to begin operations about December 15th At a meeting of the joint arbitration board of the National Federation of Miners and Mine Operators, it was de cided to pay five cents advance per ton for mining. The advance is to date from November 1, 1887, and to continue to'May 1, 1888 It seems that Wellsville, O., is having trouble with natural gas, judging from the following in the Stenbenville Uazrltt: "Natural gas, with its luxuries and con veniences, has not proved an unalloyed blessing so tar as Wellsville is concerned. Last night about 6 o'clock one of the huge mains of the Rridgewater Natural Gas Company burst at East Liverpool, entirely catting off the supply there and at Iron dale, leaving the hundreds of households without fael. The night was nnusually cold, and no little annoyance and discom fort were experienced. The damage was repaired this morning and gas turned on at 7 o'clock. Twice within fonr days has this annoyance occurred. Friday the sap ply of the Ohio Valley Company was sod denlv cut «ff for two hoars. A number of citizens arè aerionsly contemplating a re turn to coal. Important to Housekeeper*. For the edification of thoee who may hesitate to give their feathers to Tally & Co., 1043 Market street, in view of the re cent dishonest action in Belmont county, the following explains itself: Whkuxo, November 14. To Whom it Mag Concern. I have personally examined testirnoaials exhibited to me by Tally A Co., feather renovators, for excellent work done, and au satisaed the? are genuine. C. W. Skabkh.ht, Mayor. Adrlee to Mothers. Mrs. Winalow's Soothing 8yrup . for children teething, is the prescription of oneof the best female nurses and in the United States, and has been nssd for forty years with never Éailiiag saccess by rpHlinmi of mothers for their children. Daring the process of teething its v&lne is incalcnable. It relieras tbe ^hlld from j pain, cares dysentery and i <ng in the bowels, and. w y gknwral intklligkncjc. / Steamboat Sold. Wbe steamboat Olivette, which baa been ptyfpg in the Mnakiogam river trade, has resold bj her owners, £. Martin and D. Moryan. to Capt. L. M. Ha«em, of California, K j. The consideration is un known. Hand* Off. Capt Oak es, of Wellsburg, was in the city yesterday. He talk« right from the shonlder on tbe question of a postmaster for Wellsburg. It is, he claims, a purely local matter, and the Democracy up there will not tolerate the interference of Wheel ing politicians. May Not Recover. The condition of James C. Miller, of Wellsborg, who while cutting wood on last Monday week struck his foot with the axe, severing two tendons aud chipping off pieces from tbe tarsal bone«, grows more serious and he may not recover. New Water I'ipe. Superintendent of the Water Works Riddle hue responded to a complaint of a lack of water on Twelfth street, west of Main, by laying down 220 feet of new eight inch pipe. The pips heretofore used was but three inches in diameter, aud was nearly full of rust. The old pipe will be abandoned. The Uraml Jury. The following gentlemen will compose the Grand Jury of the Circuit Court, which assembles at M o'clock on Monday morniug: Johu Stroehliue, William Wolvington, Fred Nolte, John Beltz, Jas. Ewing, Fred Happy, Clarke Haines, P. H. Miller, Ai ouzo J.oiiu„', Frank Waithers, Bernard Kiev a, Joseph Porter, Robert H. Pogue and I). C. List, Jr. * Chimp of Sou» of Veteran«. A camp of Sons of Veterans will l»e be mustered this cveuing at 8 o'clock at headquarters of Holliday Post G. A. R., by Col. R. H. Fre« r, who is at the head of tbe order in this State. It is hoped that all who wish to join this organization wiii be present at the time designated. All G. A. R Comrades who wish to be piewent are cordially invited. Ottlceru Elected. At a meeting of tbe South Side Singing Society, held last evening, the following officers were elected to sei ve the euxuing six months: President, Chas. Morningstar; Vice President, August Koch; Recording Secretary, Charles Schnitze; Financial Secretary, Georg-i W. Bell; Board of Trns tecs, Lloyd Cheuowith, Win. Schul, Henry Spahl. V. M. U A. Meeting*. The Vouug Men's Christian Association purlors were tilled with young men, last evening, aud the meeting was very inter esting. The meeting to-night will not Ite giu until 9 o'clock. All vouug men are iuvitcd to attend. The union prayer meeting this afternoon will be conducted by Rev. G. W. Grimes. The time is 4 o'clock. An Old Cniu. While engaged iu diggiug in the pi|*e trench on Twelfth street, one of the work men nnearthed an old copper coin of the denomination of one ceut, and of the date of 1788, as near as can be made out. It is not so great in diameter as the usual "big cent," but it is very much thicker, and is unique in that the legend "one cent" is surrounded by a chain ol fifteen links. The coin is milled on the edge. Ohio Wool. The Zanesville Time*-Hrronler has the following to saj about the wool market over there: "The wool market shows no improvement. A local wool buyer states that lie has received quotations from his principals in the Eist which would hardly justify the paying of 28 cents for wool at this point. The outlook at pre»*ent seems unfavorable to improvement, but there will probably be no decline iu price. A strong agitation of the restoration of the wool tariff might possibly act as a touic to the market." A (iront Improvement. The Pan Handle Kailrond Company Monday opened its double tiack Imtween Houghton's and Colliers, a distance of three and a ball' miles. The double track between Philadelphia station and Den nison, four miles, will aim be open in a few day«, followed shortly thereafter by that portion from Dennison to Trenton, three and a halt miles. The work of double tracking the road Irom Pittsburg to Steubenville is about complet«!. Transfers of Ileal Kxtate. The following transfers ot real estate were left fcr reoord at Clerk Hook's office, yesterday: Deed made November 15, 1887, by Nora M. Heiser and husband, to Henry Foster, for a lot of ground on McCollocb street. Consideration, $1,1(»U. Deed made November It, lN<7, by An drew Hydinger and wile, to Mrs. Louisa King, wife of John T. King, for lot No. 12 and the north thirty-three and one-third feet of lot No. 24, in square No. 2, in I*a (trange. Consideration, $650. Deed made November 11, 1887, by S. O. Boyce to Anna M. Xiue, for lots No«. :J4, tST», 40 aud 47, on the plat laid out by Special Commissioner) Unswell and Hub hard. Consideration, Serious Acritlent. Monday night about ten o'clock the ea«t bound Pan Handle stock tieight train stopped at Mingo, and Webb Frazier, who had charge of a car load ol hogs en rnnteto the Eafet Liberty .Stock Yards, went for ward from the caboose to see their condi tion. In going back to the caboone he failed to notice the bridge over the road way and stepped off, falling to the road way beneath, a distance of twenty feet. Attention was called to his accident by people living near by hearing bis groan« He was taken to the hotel and his tatber sent for; bnt his physicians say bis skull is badly fraetnred and recovery is extreme ly doubtful. He is a young man about twenty-five years of age, and is the son of James Frazier, of Hopedale. He wa« tsktn to his home yesterday. The Fry Concerts. Oar friends of the Mission Sunday School, io East Wheeling, have made an arrange ment to give our people a fine musical treat, on to-morrow (Thursday i night, at the Opera Honse. Madame Frye'a Boston Concert Company will give a concert for the bene fit of the school on that evening. We clip the following press notice of thia company from the daily Kennebec Journal, of Augusta, Me, : "Madame Fry and her daughters are truly accomplished musicians, and masters ol' their art. What may aeem wonderful, they are equally at home in both vocal and instrumental music. The violin nolo by Mim AlU was much admired, and the fair violinist was deservedly encored. Mise Lulu's flute tolo was sweet, and received with much favor. The Scotch ballad was rendered superbly by Miss Lulu, and be came the favorite number of tba pro gramme, the fair songs tret» u«ing repeat edly encored." H oBdarmi vom. W. D. Hoyt A Co., Wholesale and Re tail Druggists of Rome, Ga., say: We have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Electrip Bitten and Buckleo's Arnica Salve lor two yean. Have never handled remedies that sell so well, or give such universal satisfaction. Thine luve been some wonderful cures effected by these remedies in this city. Several cases of pro nounced consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of Dr. Kiaff New piicovery, taken is o&nnaction with Electric Bittore. We guarantee them al ways. Sold by Lagan A Co. HAD NOTHING TO LOSE. A CHARGE OP GRAXD LARCIN T. PRBHER RED AGALNST A GIRL. DISMISSED. The Principals is the Ou«, However, an Pan isfaod for Offenses Revealed While They an Stating the Pacts to the Oourt There were two cases on trial before Justice W. H. Davis. yeateiday, which embraced several poiut9of more than ordi nary interest, and which provoked a good deal of comment during tie afternoon and evening among those convenant with the fact«. These can*« arose ont of a com plaint made bv a vouug matried mai) named Edward McCuIlocb, hailing from Spring Hill, Pa . to the effect that he had been robbed of $T>5 or early Monday evening, by Mamie Anderson, an inmate of Mrs. Annie Keim'* house of ill-fame, on Twenty-first street. McCnlloch visited the house in company with a frieud, about half-past three or four o'clock in the after noon, and stayed there about two hours, his male Iriend going away and leaving him alter vainly trying to coax McColloch to go with him. On leaving the house, al>out I o clock, McCulioch went into Mnldoon's saloon, and there made a state ment to a friend that he bad beeu robbed ot ft!0 in Keim's house. The friend, who saw that McCulioch was intoxicated at once went to look for an officer, and run u.ng acn*w Jack West, told him of the story West at once hurried to the saloon, found McCnlloch and took him over to the Keim house. Arriving ther., he made in Quirles, and was assured by the women iu the place that there was nothing in the story. West made the mast persistent en deavor« to elicit from McCnlloch some definite story concerning the money he claimed to have lost, asking particularly for the dénomination of the bills, bot while the alleged victim could talk well enough on every other subject, he seemed to have an impediment iu Iiis speech every time the officer referred to the denomina tions ot the notes, aud alter an hoar or two the mattei tvun laid n&idp uotil morning Yesterday morning McCulloch was taken betöre Justice Davis, and on his complaint a warrant was iasned for .Mamie Anderson on the charge of grand larceny. The par tie« were soon all got together in the .Jus tice s office, the woman and her Iriemis at the Keim house all the time protesting that there was nothing m the ease. McCnlloch, in narrating his grievance, naturally ic ferred to his haviug been drunk aud nlso to the object of his visit to the Keim house He reiterated his story of the robbery, aod stated that the girl Mamio Anderson had taken the money from the watch fob of his trousers and placed it in her stocking He remonstrated with her, when she told him to keep his month shut or she would cut his throat. He said this threat made hi in alraid to say anything more about the money till he got out of the house In view ot the tact that the girl is veiv slight weighing about sevcuty-live pounds, while McCnlloch would turn the beam at about one hundred and sixty,a mill man and verv muscular, the story provoked a smile. When this preliminary statement was over, the Justice held the girl in (or her appearance at seven o'clock lor a hear ing ou tue chaise ot larceny, and then sur ii'îi » !" Prt,sent by announcing that McColloch was fined $jo and cost* for adultery and $1 aud coats lor being dmuk and that in default of payment he was committed to jail for twenty da va The girl was also fined $-J0 and costs tor forni cation. The couple wer.* thus niulcid in heavy jienalties for telling a straight »V ry ol the circumstances attending the com mission of another crime. While there in no doubt that from a moral point they' were deserving punishment, yet legally it is claimed it was unwarranted The girl was endeavoring to prove her innocence of a felony charge, while the plaintiff was "J»"*, apparently, to recover a rum of money whi- h hail been stolen fiom him. ' It »as rough loth wa>s, and was well cal culated to have a very depressing upon fn-1 tore witnesses who might chance to be ar raigned before that Cmrt, beside« tending to suppress the truth. before the Justice upon the charge of steal iug the money, and McCulloch having been brought down /roui jail by Oflicer Wilkie, the bearing proceeded. The plaiutitV told his story first, to this efl'ect: He had been working at the Wheeling steel works, at Benwood, and had come np to Wheeling with a check for 85 He got this check cashed at the Exchange Hank. He paid ont for )>oard, and than started out with Frank Winaui to have a little time. He had $5"»—five ten dollar bills and one five dollar hill—in bis fob pocket, hut told his companion that the balance of was all he had. After drinking at two or three places, the two went over to Mr*. Keim's. There Winam borrowed a dollar and left him, and he speut two dollars and fifty cents in the house. The girl Mamie Auderpuu took his money from bis trousers. On cross examination ht said $1."» of the money had been received by bim from the Amalgamated Association, and the remainder he had brought with him Iron» Pennsylvania, but it was shown by his own statement, made to witoe-wei« for the defense at previous times that he hod been ont of work in Pennsylvania for a long time before be came lit re, that he "beat" ilia way here on the cars, tnat he allowed bis father-in law to walk home, a distance of a hnndred miles, or so, at a time when be claimcd to have the $55 in his pocket, that be bad said, Monday, he iutemled to "l)eat" his way back to Penn sylvania, that be had come to this city hungry, aud bad been boaidedat the home ot a friend, which hoard bill he had rever paid, aud h vi worn a very dilapidated sait of clothes in which be complain«! of being cold—and all this time, according to the claim jnst made, he uas carryiug a roll around with bim. The testimony of the witnesses far the defense knocked the liottom out of McCnl loch's improbable claim very completely, and the case against the girl was dis missed. A Dead Sure Thing on Krank OtllMt. Frank Gillett, of this city (Norfolk), the lucky bolder of one tenth part of ticket 61,5U3 in the Louisiana State Lottery, drawiug $50,000, on tbe 13th inst , re ceive»! a package yesterday by tbe Well* Fargo Kxpress, containing "250 crisp twen ty dollar bills. Returns were made in joat nine days from tbe time tbe ticket was forwarded from here for collection.—Nor folk ( Neb. ) A'om, Sept 29th. RAI I/; fcMKETING. Beeehitiooe Ai Md kr tk« IMhMj >Mti 2lxt TkimUj. enthusiastic meeting of Um lo district, beJd in Bethany Xovembe*1 10, 1887, which has beas pre viously mentioned in the Rboicteb, in terest! p~ speeches were made bj President W. IT 'ery, ot the College, J. C. Gwt, S. VW »on and others, at the cloee of whW|£.J. Gist, C. H. Beall, W. H. Wol lsrj and EL H. Cart is were appointed to draft a résolution expressive of the meeting. They reported the following, which were unanimously adopted: Rrmtrrd, T\at we are in hearty sympathy with the proposed Wheeling, Wellaburg and State Line Railroad as proposed to be bailt np Buäfclo Creek. Second—We think it to the interest of every ci tiiea and particularly to every farmer, to have said road built. Third—That we recommend that all who can suhecribe liberally to insure its location in onr district. Fourth—That all farmers should give the free right of way through their respec tive farms. On motion the various committees who hold subscription books, are requested to secure all the subscriptions that can be se cured in their respective districts, and re port to the meeting to he held in Bethany November 19, 1887, at *j o'clock p. m. J. E. Wbitsett was Chairman of the meeting and W. H. Billings Secretary. Water I'roof Shop«. Our Genuine Porpoise leather shoes at our Ot-nuiue Alaska Seal Skin Shoes at $4 00; onr Genuine Oil Grain Shoes at $'2.00; our («euuine Kaogtroo. with a calf skin lining makes it a water proof shoe. Joseph Hasknai kk, No. 1048 Maiu Street. Thaiiksflviug. The B. 0. H. K., in accordance with its usual custom, will sell rouud trip ex cursion tickets at greatly tednced rates to and from all stations ou its lines cast of the Ohio river. The tickets will be «old No vember 23rd and 24th, good to return until November 25th, inclusive. For further information call on Ticket Ageuts B. & O. R. R. Ai.kkki> Dim M UK, at 24<Mi aud 2408 Chapline street, p:iys th* highest cash pru-e lor rags, wrought and cast iron, t«p p»*r, brass, Lead, y.inc, lope, bones, etc. Any per>ou havitit; any of the above for sale will lind it to their adviiut.ige to tele phone Mr. Diiuinick and get his prices Telephone No 526. (JOLLNKK-At hi« n-siJriiro, No. 30 Klcvi-rth fitreei. Tuf*'1*y, NovcmlHT 15, IW7, at I :W p. ui . ANTHoNN Goi.l.NKK, III libfJd yrnr. Kuuvral notice bereifter Heir idirrtisfutfiils. H0MŒ0PATHY —-In <84.9-51 at St Margaret's Hospital, Pans, 4 663 pa tients were treated Homoeopathically death rate, 7 05; by other treatments, 3.724 patients, death rate 11.00. The Board of Hospital at Thoissey, France, reported (1846) that since the adop tion of Homoeopathy the mortality "has been much l"ss than ever before " It s safest to buy the medicines of 'old and responsible houses Ours is the oldest Homoepathic house and the largest Reliable Homoeopathic medicines may be had under our labels at leading druggists and at Our various pharmacies BOERICKE «St. TAFEL, | Philadelphia, ton Arch St , New York, ! 145 Grand St Pittsbuigh, 627 Smith field St _ Hm %istrlbtf*nb. GEKMJIN LESSONS. 1 PROF. I. KUIDTU Will «art a rlw in the Urnain langoac* ta Wheeling. Til!lion will be ONE DOIXAR A WEEK. 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