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WHO Absolutely Pure This powder never varie». A marvel of puni y. strength and wholesome ne«. Muneootx mical ihati theordinary Worts, and canuot be sold in c >mpetittwn with the multitude of low test. short weight alum or phosphate powder*. Sold amiy in com. Boyal BahiNo Puwdek Ca, 106 Wall street. New York QR GEO. J. CADDLE, BURGEON DENTIST, R«. 1*41« n«rfc(4 JVM«, Dollar Hartu*'« tr«nk. •«« Qrg 6aoiiS. ANY AMOUNT OF BARGAINS! On* tirfAtpr I'hun (h«t Other. ISO Piece* Beautiful Embroidered iMuch Flounc ihx* at ». & « ml ÎO coulis worUt double the money. 31.25 Spread for 85c. Pieces more Double Width Fancy Suiting, only lue per yard. A great Kargala. 75c. CORSET FOR 45c. A beautiful line of Waih itoods, SeeraORkcrr, Batiste, ('hall et, Ac.. reduced to 7 cenUt per yard. ©:»r line of S »tine* I* considered the beat in the city. AU makes ac<l price*. We boast of our lit^C i;n*»ds aud exclusive oesixua. 34 Lace Curtain for ?2.50. Have you Heen our ft1 ,c. Fancy Scrim, 5c. Crinkle. Sk\ I)ai»y Dorset and ic. Curtain l'oies .' 20c, White Goods for 12 l-2c. Ami lots of similar bargain* through the en tile »took a^-Xew. choice ami cheap Kk.MN.VNTS EVERY DAY. Henry Jacobs & Co. 1154 to 1158 MAIN STREET. Jel7 Low Prices. Owiu^ to the advanced stave of the wuon we have reduced our IO Ont Nwtine lh>» n to 7c. ao " " " IAr. so " " " a**. , 3» •• " 30c. 7 Cent l.a*n Dou a to 3 et«. IJ l-'i t'rot Challlni Ujwa to IO et*. It») B«<1 Spreads a' 91 Co, former price 91 ÎO. 50 Silk Umbrella* St .*»1, former price i~ '*). 500 Parasol* at »educed pricef. 12» Corsets a'. «5 cent', former price >1 00 l;Vu Ccwets at -»0 cent«, former price ?"• Centa. •jr> Pair I.aoe Curtains SI Ä former price 00. öoo La lits' tiaiu4 Ye»ta, all sue«, from 'P> cents d>>«rn to l^cei ts. SuO Ladle»' Balbrigati Veot«, all siatea, from 53 centa down to 35 cent*. A LAKUE STOCK OT MMES, CAMMERE«. II KM Kl KITA ( LOTH, Hl.%4 K A ( OI.OKKD Mll.Kft, AH at prie«« th it astonish every one. Our ttltl'tr UEPAKTaSST Instill complete, and as we have no room for them In the tall »easou we will close them out at a sacri H*». one. come all and yon will save money wheu yon b jy your Dry (ioods and CarpcU of • L. S. Grood, 11-15 and 1 t'i7 I AIX »TREKT. YESTERDAY IN THE CITY. Thermometer Ke«or<l. Mr. 0. Hohnepf, the Opera House drag gwt, mad« the following obeerration* oi the teinperntnr* Saturday : 7 a. ra., t>9 9 a. ra., 72; 12 m., 80; 3 p. m., 83; 7 p. m., 81. Weather lair. Sunday—7 a. m., 67; 9 a m., 73; 12 m., 85; 3 p. nx., 85; 7 p. m., 79. Weather f»ir. Index to New Advertisement*. aeoixD pA»; b. Wanted—Two Reliable Men. Bmi Ball—Zanesril'e va. Wheeling. ForCincinnati —Steamer Amies. White Mountain Ice Cream Kree«ere—Nesbltt & Bro. Blank Books and Stationery—Joa. tlravos A Son. Public Sale of Furniture. Ac.—Willam E. Handlan. FOURTH PAGB. Low Prices—I.. 8. Good. w (.man's In ion Benevolent Society. Spifial Bale of Silk Umbrella»—tieo. B. Taylor A (V>. FAR HOT WEATHI B. t rail line of KerzM. Pin Cheek«and Drap d'Ile», «lilrk we are prepared «• inake up In th«« bent style at re*» »nable price*. Kalkrlgsan Fnderwear at 91.00 a anil and upward«. I'aney Flannel (tklrU nt 3d cent* and upwards, at HEM * SOS'*. 1321 and IS«» Market Mtrcet. The entire Opera Hanne Orekenlra, een«Ulln| of eighteen piece«, ha* keen engaged, and a Une concert pre gramme kaa keen arranged to Lake place on the monnt. w bile the string kand will entertain the dancer« at the Main Pnvilion. Beeide« tkl« the Ten Pin Alley« and Lawn Tennla Uroundi will k« mach enjoyed. With the akave and aiher attraction« in the Pineal Park we«i of the Allegheniea, all have the aaanmnee of «pending a next delightful fourth Seal! and refrefhaenl« of nil hind« will he aarved. Koter« will leave far the Park frana S:M a. aa. nntll I« o'clock p. m. 6a early and avoid the m«h. Don't forgot tho old timo picnic of the Maennercbor, oa July Fourth, »I tho State Fair Groud* L. 8. Good drr goods tho cheapest For Fire Work«. Flaw or Campaign Good*, go to J. C. Orr'a, 41 Twelfth at P*opl* leaving town for their Sammer re er« »Hon can hare the Rsuism mailed to them at «ny addrea by calling at the Counting Boom. Rate* tame aa la the city and postage prepaid. 19 A dXAxL WAY. Th« Kmi of H)t Dar Polntodlr Par» (rtpiMd tt r (Ixt« ÜMdtrt. The Board of Diracton of the Stat« Fair Association will meet to-day. Thk great America» Eigle has his screamer in splendid shape this year. The Board of County Commissioners will meet this morning in regular session. Tub river marks on the landing, last evenirg, indicated six feet and rising «lowly. Thk police force appeared in their new light dicers yeetarday aod they looked quite nobby. Thrkk girls were arretted on the street yesterday afternoou by Officer Carney for cresting disorder. Police Cocbt will ba lively this morn ing Twenty-six case« will pass in review before His Honor. The steamer Andes will arrive to-day from Cincinnati and will leave for that port on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Kkv. Howard Mc^caby, a noted young divine from Canton, O., preached at St. Matthews P. E. Church yesterday morning. Thk incorporators of the Citizens' Gm Com pany will meet to-day at the office of H. M. Ru?sell for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors. A small boy named Blyfus, who lives on the Dut Side, was attempting to ex plcde a blank cartridge Saturday afternoon when it suddenly exploded and a piece of the cap entered the boy's body in the region of the stomach. It was reported last evening that the injury was of a* se rious nature. Tub children of the public schools who are to sioi; in the choruses at the Maenner chor picnic, on the Fair Grounds, on the Fonrth, are requested to meet at Maenner cbor Hall this evening at half-past seven o'clock for tlnal rehearsal. Tickets of ad mission to the Fair Grounds will be dis tribu ed to a!l who come. OKXKHAL. l.VTKLLtWKVCB. X«w Truite» Council Organized. The Ohio Valley District Council of Carpenters and Joiners of America, com posed of delegates from all the Carpenters and Joiners' Unions in this city and vicin ity, met at Trades Assembly Hall, Satur day evening, and organized by electing the following officers: President, E Wil son Shaw; Vice-I'resident, J. B. LsKue; Secretary, Thos. Saulsbury; Treasnrer, E. L. Verth Committees were appointed on Ltws and Representation, Disputes and Grievance*, Conference and Arbitration, Strikes and Lockouts, Blacklisting and Boycotting, and State of Trades. The Council will meet on the first Saturday of each month in this city. Bob. Burt's Hearing, The hearing of Robert B. Bart, charged by Frank Fallon re with the attempt to baro the building occupied by the defend ant as a residence and place of business, will take place this afternoon two o'clock, before Justice W. H. Davis. The facto of the arrest, Mr. Burt's release on bail, and a reenrne of thecircamstances at tending the tire, on January 8th last, wgp» all folly net forth in the Register of yes terday, and are well known to the public. There was an immense amount of gossip concerning the matter yesterday, and there will be a large crowd at the hearing this afternoon. Mr. Bnrt's friends have rallied to his support with an unanimity mo?t gratifying to tbe accused. The evidence to be adduced by Mr. Fal loore and his witnesses is awaited with mach cariosity. To-Night** Bicycle Parade. The second parade of tbe Wheeling Wheelmeu will take place this evening, and a call has been issued by President C. B Hart requesting tbe Wheelmen to meet at the City Building at 7 o'clock, to ride over tbe following route: From City Bailding down Chapliae to Eighteenth, to Wood, to Sixteenth, to Jacob, to Fourteenth, to Chaplin« to Eleventh, to Market, to Tenth, to Main, to Fifth, countermarch to Main, to Twenty-tourth. to Cbapline, to Twenty seventh, to E')ff; to Thirty-ninth, counter march oa Eoff to Twenty-seventh, to Chapline, to Twentieth, to Maiu, to Fourteenth, to Chapline, thence to City Building. After the parade a meeting wili bo held io the room of the Police Court All wheelmen of Wheeeling and vicinity are invited on participate in tbe parade and to ait»nd the meetine. A notice is given to boys and others along the route that if they in anyway interfere with the wheelmen, endangefinz their safety, as some persons did on the last oc casion, they will be prosecuted. (excursion to the Seaahore. The Baltimore and Ohio R. R Co. will ran the Ürst excursion of the season to At lantic City ou Thursday, July 5th. The ronnd trip rate from Wheeling will be $10 and tickets will be valid returning for ten days, with privilege of stopping off at Washington Train leaving Wheeling at 5:4-5 a. m. will have Parlor Car through to Philadelphia Sleeping Car through to Philadelphia on train leaving Wheeling at t>:20 p. in. Takk your family to the Fair Grortml on the Fourth. Special prize« will be ortVred, fur which the children can com pote in runniuir, jumping and other con ks ta. Ik you have one spark of patriotism left, go to the Fair Ground on the Fourth and hear the reading of the Dtclaration ot la dependence and ringing of patriotic songs by school children and singing societies. Fourth of July Kicuraiona. Tickets will be «old to and from all sta tions on the Ohio Hiver R K , Jaly 3 and 4. good returning July 5, at one fare for the round trip. Fourth of July and Campaign. Fireworks cheap for cash at 11119 Main jtreet. P. Losch kk. Grand Concert Kt Mason's Sommer Garden. No. 3307 VCain street, by the full Opera House Bra# Band, to-morrow night. •For Fire Works, Flags or Campaign looda, go to J. C. Orr's, 41 Twelfth bL Go TO the Maennerchor Picnic on Jnly fourth, at the State Fair Grounds. See MOgramme on another page. Broke Her Ann. Annie Carlin and another girl employed a domestics at the Cafe Brunswick, were laving some fun last evening about 8 »'clock by swinging on a clothes line, ["be line broke, precipitating the girls to he ground and Miss Ctolin, in attempting o break her fall, threw out her It ft hand, rhich struck the ground in «racb a manner hat the arm was badly broken Jnst above i he wrist. A physician was sent for who et the fracture. Ttif OpealHff of the Camp«Un. To open the campaign with any hopes of ! peedy suceeas. attack the enemy, ralaria, be- J jre It baa a chance to Intrench. An obstinate m 'twill prove if you don't go right at it If ou are prudent, too, yon will bare fortified, ; poo the first intimation of its presence in your ' eighbarhood. Hostetter'i Stomach Bitters is ' M médicinal ammunition that you require. Tvtj form of mal «rial fever yields to this fine reventtve and remedy, for constipition. liver , amplaint, <lyspep»ia. aervoust-ew and kidney J «unie it i« no has effective. Residents of ma- £ trial local him, and persons wyurnln* in or | ound tor the srreat West, should select this med i Ine a* a means of defence against the frequent 1 Mtations of miasma. Those in delicate health, J îe s«ed and the enfeebled, s bon Id la evsr* in- . ance wort to this rignal invigorant. Use It Î ir weak nerves. I w non I >' A DIAMOND PIN. IT GITS BILLIH CALTIX, A WELL-INOWN ROUNDER. INTO TROUBLE. H« Throw* Mete Dunbar, a Fair Cyprian, to the Floor and Relieves Her of the Sparkle— Sent to Jail for a Hearing. Yesterday aftsrnooa about 4 o'clock Billy Calvin, a notorious man »boot town, went into the boose of Meta Danbar, No. 1817 Eoff street, and after being there •while he noticed a diamond pin in a tie at the girl's throat. He took a fancy to the pio, for what reason will be seen hereafter, and throwing her to the floor he snatched the pin and skipped oat The girl immediately notified Officer Carney of the theft, and he went on a hont for the thief, notifying several other mem bers of this force at the «me time. Aboat 5:30 o'clock Officers West and Hazlett .spotted their man in Alley B, between Twentieth and Twenty-first streets. They pat him ander arreet and took him to the lockup. Miss Danbar was notified of the arrest, and she went before Jost ice W. H. Davis and swore oat a warrant for Calvin, charging him with the theft. Upon searching the prisoner no trace of the pin coald be discovered, bat it was learned that Calvin had disposed of it to a well-known young man, to whom he re lated a story as to how he came by it, and why he wished to sell it. The young man kaowiog Calvin's character, made him give him a receipt for $8, the amount paid for the pin. Offioers Carney and Shorts, who worked np this part of the case, secured the pin, and also learned that Calvin had relieved a girl at a Sooth Side houe-e of ill-lame of several dollars which he secured by tearing off her stocking It is alleged that Calvin has been in the babit of "doing ap" girls for money, and that yesterday be was making a raise pre paratory to leaving for Minneapolis, as be had hi* overcoat on his arm when arrested. The pin, which Calvin took from Miss Danbar, contains six diamonds, set in a crescent and star, and when new it was worth aboat $60 or $(>5. Calvin, when charged with the theft, said be had taken the pin, bat only because it belonged toan other man, indicating that lealonsy wa« his reason for relieving the Danbar woman of it. He was very cool aboat the matter and did not deny that he bad sold it. Calvin was taken before Justice Davis, who held him ia the sum of $1,000, and be ing unable to furnish bail he was sent to jail to await a hearing, Tuesday morning. It was understood, last evening, that some of Calvin's friends were urging Miss Dun bar to withdraw the charge, bat she re fused, and the case has now gone beyond her power, so that Calvin will be apt to have some troable for his action. WETZEL CONGKR-WIONAL DELE GATES. Mr. Atkinson Claim* that Capt. Doveuer I« Mistaken. The Republican Cjunty Con rent ion of Wetzel county was held last Saturday at Stewart's Hall, near Littleton, and four teen delegates were appointed to tbe Con gressional Convention to be beld at Clarks burg on September 5th. Capt. Dovener aud G. W. Atkinson, both of this city, are the principal candidates for the nomina tion to succeed Gen. Goff. Capt. Dpvener informed a Register reporter Saturday night that ten of the fourteen delegates were for him. Mr. Atkinson claims that the Captain's statement is incorrect; that he has nine of the delegate?, and he thinks ten will be for him, while the remaining four are for the Captain. It seems that the two brothers don't n*a the same arith metic. Political Notes. Mr. Bsrt H-iz'.ett tuys that he is not a candidate for county Jsurveyor before the Republican Convention, and that the use of his name in that connection was un authorized. POIXTtt ON PEOPLE. M ivenients of OUtaoua and the Oosilni ' and Golnc of Mtrancera. Thon. Moore, of the clerical force at the po*toffice, is off on a vacation. Dr. Charles List has returned from tbe Pennsylvania University at Philadelphia to spend his vacation. Mr. Arthur Lawrence, a popular yonng man of the South Side, leaves to day for a six weeks' visit to friends and relatives in England. Jndge Boyd and Col. W. W. Arnett have gone t<» Baltimore to attend the Con vection of Democratic Clnbs. Col. White and others will leave to-day and to mor row. A very pleasant party was given last evening in honor of Miss Etta Barrett, of Wheeling, and Mr. Tom Feeney, of Phila delphia, who are visiting friends in this city.—Clarksburg Newa. Andy Fisher, the well known mail car rier of the Eighth ward, is enjoying his two weeks vacation. He will go to Balti more as a delegate to the National Asso ciation of Democratic Clubs. Sum I'xselton and Mike Mahoney, two well known Wheeling boys, who are em ploye« of the Linsly & McOatcheon iron works at Allegheny, Pa., came down yes terday on a visit to friends. Mr. Usseltoo said last evening that he felt confident that hia tirm would sign the Amalgamated : scale before many days. The Cut lied ral Excursion. ^ Nobody who believes in pp«nding the Fourth of July in h quiet, sober way sbonUl mim the delightful excursion to Cresap's New Grove, for the benefit of the Cathedral Repair* Society. There will he no lack of refreshment« and good string maMC, while the committees in charge shpll insist that there he no objectionable features. The fare for tha round trip is bat t>0 cents for adalta and 25 cent«» for children. Trains leave Ohio River Rail road depot, 7:35, 9:30 a. m., 12:15, 1:30 and 4:30 p. m. la ibis connection we are requested to announce that an important meeting in the basement of the Cathedral of all the committees interested is called for this evening at 7:30. Thk excursion on th« Ohio River R. R. to Cresap's New Grove should be patron ized by all who desire an enjoyahl« time. Trains will go down at 7:35, 9:30 a. m ; 12:15, 1:30 and 4:30 p. m. Round trip: Adults: 60 cents; children, 25 cents. Grand Conccrt At Mason's Summer Garden, No. 2207 Main street, by the full Opera Houss Braes Band, to-morrow night. For Fire Works, Flags or Campaign [roods, go to J. C. Orr's, 41 Twelfth st. Excnrnion to Cincinnati. The steamer Andes, leaving Wheeling rneaday, July 3d, at 3 o'clock p. m , will tell round-trip ticket« at half rates, and 25 -ents for meals, from all pointa along the river. ^ • Don't fail to go on the Cathedral excur tion to Creaap's New Grove on the Ohio ïiver R. R. I Thk beet way to spend the fourth is to fo on the Cathedral excursion to Cnsap'a Jtw Grove. Grand Concert M Mason's Summer Garden, No. 22C7 fain street, by the fall Opera Hause Brass $and, to-morrow night. Baektln'f Arnica Salve. j ( The best salve in the world for Cuts, 11 ".raises, Sores, Ulcer, Salt Rheum, Fever ' | (ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, i Jörns and all the Skin .Eruptions, and i ositively cam Piles, or no pay required, t is guaranteed to give satisfaction or iooey refunded. Price 25 rants per öox. t to sale by Logan & Oow « VKRY_CL08E. Capt. Prince Bh the Xoit Dclrptw. Bat Mr. Moffat the Most Tot«». Mofiat, 2,471; Prince, 1,816. That's tbe way the Tote will stand in to day's Republican Convention, based upon tbe ballots for Governor in 1884. Tbe personnel of the convention will stand : Prince delegates, 26; Mofiat dele, gate«, 24. So that if the question of who is to be }he Republican candidate for Sheriff was to be decided in that way, Capt. Prince wonld be tbe man. But as that isn't the method, it seems be will hare to be content with the knowl edge that be came 'mighty" near reach ing the goal of his political ambition. Tbe close scrape will be all the more notice able, when one looks at the detailed vote for delegate in Madison district. Captain Prince now has one delegate from Madison. Tbe totals for the Moffat and Prince delegates in Madison were: Moff*t —Wise 229, Mitchell 227, Loos 229, Norri« 226, Rine 223; Prince delegates: VouDg 224, Hawkins 224, Schenerline 225, Ripley 321, Graves 220. This shows a margin of but 9 votes between tbe highest Moffat delegate and tbe lowest Prince delegate, and shows how close the contest was. A recount in Madison might make all tbe difference in the world. The delegates who will make np the convention, with the addition of the people from Triadelpbia and Liberty, not obtain able for tbe Sunday Register, are as follows: Washington District — Thos. Bennett, Geo. Zoekler, James Hanes, Enoch Ball, sr., and J. Kindleberger. Madison—George Wise, Alex. Mitchell, H. L. Loos, Reuben Norris and C. £ Schenerline. Clay—W. F. Peterson, C. R. Tracy, Thomas E Lewis, H. W. McLureand Charles Bailey. Union—M. A. Chew, Addison Israel, James McAdams, Jos. A. Metcalf and Ed. Pratt. Centre—Dr. T. 0. Edward», J. K. Hall, James Kemple, D. W. Martin and Fred. C. Arbenz. Webster—Dr. H. B. Bag n ley, Henry B. Harvey, Harry B. Hastings, Charles Helm bright and J. D. Stanton. Ritchie—H. C. Brannon, H. Heybold, Louis S. Seabright, Wm. Dixon and Coon. Bremer. Richland—Wm. Nortb, II P. Carter, D. A. Waddle, W. A. Ridgely and Samuel Busby. Triadelpbia—John Weiss, John R.Clark, Fred Vade, W. H. McCausland and J. C. Dunkin. Liberty—Sheridan Garden, Abram Mc Cullocb, G. P. Maxwell, Isaac Snedeker and John Korne. The vote to be cast by these delegates, by districts, will be as folio we: Delegates ff o 0 O o Districts. is Washington. Maiiisoii Clay Union Centre Webster Kiu-hie Triadelphiu Liberty ». Kicblaml 01 5 463| 468 4 11 7o7 606 151 5 0 505 50.'« 5 0| 505 505 t) VI 6 0 ( 573 573 0 5 564 564 0 5 2811 28» 6 0 2*2 282 .. 0 5 218 2'8 0 6 iao; 13'J Tota's. 241 2611281 24711 18-0 The convention will meet in the Police Conrt room At tho Citj Hall, at 2 o'clock thin afternoon. THK llKGULAR REPORT Of M Iks IJzzI« Hoyil, the City MlMlouary, for In her regular monthly report for Jone, Mi»»» Lizzie Boyd, tneCity Missionary, eays: "My tabulated report for the month of Jane »hows 209 visits made; prayer offered in 141) of Ihem; the Word read in 120; have made 26 calls on the Rick; given 896 page* cf tract«; 26 religion« and temperanoe pa pern; held 3 cottage meeting«. "The report lor the year, including nine month«, isas follows: Number of visits, 1,865; nnmber prayed with, 1,008; number read to from the SVord, 658; and in every individual case earnest words spoken in regard to their soul's highest interests; have given 5,8'.'7 pages of tracts und 362 papers; visits made to the sick, 212; held 33 cottage meetings; gave 7 bibles, 102 articles of clothing, and secured promises from 82 children to attend Babbath school, always letting them make their own choice. "As we review the fruit garneted during the year, which cannot be valued with silver and gold, we give thanks unto the Giver ot it all." Lack of tpace prevents publishing the report in full. Juue. H Kl,LAI KS. The Catholic chnrch looked mnch im proved yesterday when service was held. The edifice ha« been nicely papered and painted. A young man nan named Zeweig who struck a Kirnt warder, was arrested Satur dav night. The funeral of Ralph Blnm has been postponed until Taesday morning. The Bellaire Stamping Company and the planing mill are abont the only indus tries in operation. Quite a nnmber of onr people visited the park yesterday. Some weeks ag » the Boot and Shoe Rt corilcr offered prizes for the best essay on "How to manage a retail store." Mrs. Rath Bond, of Brilliant, secured third prize. Rev. A. B!nm, of Galveston, Texas, and Rev. Dr. Mesaius, ot St. Lou is, will be here to attend the funeral of Ralph Blnm. Cbi»f Math, of the fire department, re turned home yesterday. He will tell the bojs abont bis Western trip at Liberty hose house this evening. Rev. Hoey preached on able sermon last night on "Tbe value of the human life." The Baptist convention concluded its wotk on Sitnrday and adjonrned. Hon. John Sbacnafelt has gone to Ken tucky, where be expect* to bid for the con tract of new railroad. The boys are continually damaging the small trees in tbe park. A crowd from here will spend tbe 4th of July at Armstrong's Mills. W.J Kelly informs us that the First ward has formed an Independent club. Tbe first man who talks ia to ba thrown into the Ohio. A fellow who was arrested Saturday night made a big racket with his mouth after he was locked, np. Some of the K nights of tue Golden Eagle went to Staubcnville yesterday with the Wheeling lodge. Ad intant child of Chas. Zimmerman will be baried this morning. John Flynn, of this city, Is being favor ably spoken of for the nomination for Sheriff on the Democratic ticket. Some of the employes of the steel works witl continue at work. It is not stated that the plant will not be off more than three weeeks. NU AB LEGISLATION. Programme for the Week In the Two Hoaiei of Ooairtii. Washington, D. C., July L—It is !x pec ted that Monday's session of tbe ■Senate will be devoted to speech making. Senator Morrill will speak in relation to steam railroads in the streets of Washing ton and will be followed by Senator Hoar >n tbe Hsharics treaty. It is the understanding when the House kdjonrned yesterday that tbe tariff debate ihonld be snspended Monday in order to illow tbe Honse to act upon several mew ires of public importance. These are tbe tolls providing for tbe refunding of tbe lebt of the Union Pacific railway; for tbe id mission of tbe Territory of Oklahama; granting a charter to the Nicarangna Tanal Company, and forfeting certain rail oad land grants. Families wishing to enjoy tbe Fourth j hould take a basket and go on theOatbe- < Irai excursion to Greaap'a New Grove. BASE BALL A Nice Tlotoir Orer Canton TeittKUj Tha ZmutIIIm To-Day. The Wheeling boys got in their work •gain yesterday, by timely bitting, while tSe Canton team waa unable to do mach with Simmy Kimber'a delivery. The boys will arrive home at 9 o'clock this morning, and this afternoon will meet the Zuieeville dnb on J the Island Park, and it ia hoped the boys will manag* to keep their string of victories unbroken. Whichever Zuiee ville pitcher faces that terrible line of bat- ^ ten, he will have cause to crow if he suc ceeds in holding them down. Wheelingnow has a straight string o 1 the heaviest, hit- | ten* in the league and their eyes are in good shape. A big crowd will no doubt I attend to-day's game. Tastarday's Game. Special Telegram to the Reçûtrr. Canton, O., Jaly 1.—Wheeling de feated Canton in a well played contest be fore an audience of fifteen hundred. Pe-| chiney appsared with Canton again and played a good game at third. Nichol, Stenzel and Nicholson hit haid for Wheel ing. Kimber pitched a fine game and made a nice drive tor two bases. Nichol son made several fioe stops. In the first | Stenzel hit for a single and scored on Nichols drive for three bases. Nichol's scored on Nicholson's fly to left In the third Nicholson made a hit and scored on Pechiney's wild throw. In the seventh Steczsl and Nichol hit fora single and both ! scored on Parson Nicholson's fine single In the eighth Brodie made secoDd on Sharp's mnfi'of his fly and scored on (tim ber's two-hagger. Canton made their first run in the sixth on Sharp's hit and Bro die's miss of Pechiney's fly. They scored again in the eighth on D.iv's hit, his steal of second and third and Virtues loDg fly agninst the fence, which Nichols made a I great catch of, after a long run. Score : ' WHRLÜÜ6. r7~(l~B.jp.o. ia.|i i Stenzel, Nichol, c. f. - Ottewon, s. Nicholson, 2b - Crogpui. r. f. » I " Stap'eton, lb " Brodie, 1. ' Van Saut, 8b 0 Klml'cr, p. — ! 0 Totals I 6j 4 1)0 :i 0 0 I 0 ;t l 3 ft; 0 •2 0 0 « 0, 0 2 0 1 0 0 05 0 10| 27,14! 2 Canton. Donofthuc, c. f Delaney, 2b Virtue, lb Shu'i). 1. f » - Pechlney, 8b Fiu>>immous, r. f. »... Zerher, r. « ~ 8ixth*mith, C — Monroe, R. Il B. FM |A.|K. 2 1 i! 1 8 0! 1 o| 2 3 0 0] 1 1 9 0| Oi ;> 5I 24 11 Totals - Wheeling 2 0 1 ° 0 0 2 1 ♦- C\ Canton —.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0— 21 Kariitfl runs, fanion i, nuramii •», two base hit«, Monroe, Kimbtr; three base hit^, NichoJ; «track not, by Monroe 5, by Kimber4; base oo bills, oil" Monroe 1, ofl Kiruber 1; passed balls, Sixsmith 1; time, 1:45; umpire, Karnum. League and Association. At Louisville—Laniaville, 1; Baltimore, 6. At Kansas City—Kansas City, 5; Cleve land, 6. At Cincinnati—Cincinnati, 3, Brook lyn, 2. At St. Louis-St. Liais, 5; Athletics, 3. Not«». In Saturday's Pittsburg Chicago game, Anson was fined $50 by Umpire Valentine for bick- talk. The Silver Leats of the East End, chal lenge the Triaddphia club to a g,»me of ball ou next Saturday afternoon, at Tria delphia. Home club to furnish the ball. I TAKEN IN «LILT. Au Injured Kltchln County Hutband Shoots the Destroyer of HU Home. PAKKKBsnirim, W. Va., Jaly 1.—I) B. Morgan, a well-kaowu stock raiser of Kitcbie county, hid occasion to suspect the fidelity of his wife, one of the hand somest women in that locality. One Robert Clayton, a young neighbor, was tho cause of Morgan's jealousy. A day or two ago, upon returning home, Morgan found bis wife missiDg, and, haviug his suspicious nroustd, followed the path she had taken until he reached the top of a hill some distance from the house. Here he suddenly and unexpectedly came upon Clayton and Mrs. Morgan, who were in a compromising position. As soon as Mor gan saw the guilty couple he begau firing at ftpytou. At the second shot Clayton fell/out rose to his feet again and ran. Again Morgan shct, and again Clayton fell. Morgan continued firing until be bad emptied the six chambers of his pistol, by which time Claytou bad disappeared in the woods. The woman also disappeared, and has not been seen eince. There is lit tle doubt that Clayton has been hsdly if not mortally wonnded, and is now either lying in the woods or in the house of some friend. Morgan, after the tragedy, went to town and bepan a suit tor divorce. The Htljir has created a social sensation thronghont the county. MILLS' OPINIOK. The Tariff Bill Will P*m und be Throttled In the Sraatc, WA8HINOTOK, Jnly 1.—Chairman Mills said this aftsrnoou thtt the Committee of Ways und M uns would mike an effort on Tuesday next to agree npon s reasonable limit of debate on tbe tariff and that he believed that the day for taking a floal vote would be fixed not later than Saturday, Jnly 14. possibly a week later. He thinks the bill will be passed with bnt three or fonr neg ative Damocratic vote«, and that it will then go to the Senate, be referred to th« Committee ou Finance, asd that the Re publicans will report a bill they are pre paring and permit the Democrats to re port on the part of the minority; the Mills bill; that both meas nree will then go on tbe calendar of tbe Senate, and that Congreea will adjonrn about the second week in Angnst without any further action on the tariff. Run Over and Killed. Indianapolis, Ind., July 1.—Near Brazil, Ind , early this morning, Michael Williams and Allen Campbell were ran over and killed by an east boned Vardalia ex press train. Tbey are snppo» 4 to bave laid down on tbe track and fallen asleep. Its superior excellence proven In million* of >om<* for more than « quarter of « century. It 9 used by the United State« Government. Kn loned by the head* of the Great ünirendtles aa he Strongest, Purest, and moat Healthful. Dr. >rioe'i Cream Baking Powder does not contain Lmmonia, Lime, or Alum. Sold only In Oana. PRIOB BJUdbra POWDDt 00. N«w Tons. cntciaa R. waa. FLOTSAM AND JETSAM. WHAT GOBS ON IN THB INTERIOR OF THI 8TAT8. The Rarster1! öleaning« of the Local (Mnmns of the Country Press—A Chronicle of Mit ten of Muj Kinds. Horse thieves »re operating in the East- f era Panhandle. The Fonrth of July programme at Charleston is very elaborate. A lodge of the Uniform Bank, K. of P., is to be instituted at Parkenbnrg. Parkersbnrg has reduced the license to sell domestic wine, beer, etc., from $150 to $100. Andrew Taylor, of Pocahontas connty, sustained a broken leg a short time ago by being canght in a steam sawmill. The Ohio River Kiilroad Company sent a train of sixty-fire cars of iron oat of Parkersbnrg for Huntington, Friday. G os Ewig, the asylum baker, at Weston, claims the honor of having been a school mate of Germany's young Emperor, Wil liam II. Kline & Nusbaum, of Buckhannon, bave made an assignment. The assets are said to be about $6,000 and liabilities much more. The report that a reduction of ten per cent.* had been made in wages in the black smith department at the Eumgn Works at Huntington is untrue. Bricklayers from Con nel Is vil le, Pa., have arrived at Elkhorn, McDowell couoty, to erect the new coke ovens. Industrial enter prises are very active in McDowell. They are lamenting up in Brooke county over the fact that notwithstanding this is leap yew, the first six months h how a fall ing off in the number of marriage licenses. According to the Oakland Democrat, and the IVegt Virginia Argus, they seem to be havinga miniature ''Kentucky border war fare" np on the Garrett connty, Md., line. On Sunday evening last, while Jailor Wm. Gott was feeding the prisoners at the jail at Hinton, John Collins, forger, at tempted to escape. Mr. Gott discovered him and fired three shots at him as heran. He was recaptured. The Little Kanawha Lumber Company has over 12,000,000 fret of logs, represent ing about $50,000, lying in the Kanawha and its tributaries, awaiting a raftiog stage. The Company have enough logs on band to run the mill to its fallest capacity until October. On GritTUb'8 creek, Summers comity, there baa been opened a quarry of lime stone, which is considered tbe finest in the conntry. The color of tbe stone is known as Bismarck and is not fonnd anywhere else in this country. The C. & 0. railroad will build a branch to the quarries. Capt, W. A. Roome and D«puty U. 8. Marshal John VauBoren have arretted James Boman, ol Lincoln coanty, on a charge of violating the pension laws. Boman was taken before United State« Commissioner DuBois, who held him for the United States District grand jary. A man named Cris», of Holliday's Cove, Hancock connty, while crossing tbe Pan handle track last Saturday morning with a horse and wagon, wan struck by a pas senger train. The horse was killed and tbe wagon demolished. Criss received in juries which, on account of his advanced ag«», 84, will probably resnlt in death. A new town has been laid out in Mason county, at the month of Little Guyan river, and lots are now on the market for sale, at prices ranging from $10 up, ac cording to location. It is nicely laid off with wide street* and alk-ys, and has a beautiful lake m the center of the town. It has been christened ''Silverton." Its projectors expect to soon have quite a big town there. Sunday afternoon Geo. W. Chancey, son »f Hiram Chancey, on Grans Lick, Jackson county, w»i snapiiiog a revolver tuppnetd to be empty, when a load w. s discharged, itriking the young man's mother in the rhest, tbe ball passing through her riiiht lung and lodging in the posterior cheat wall, from which it was extracted by Dr. John 1'frwt. Mrs. Cbancey is still living, ind is likely to recover. Mrs. John Kesler, who resides on Lead ing Creek, about nine miles from Wrston, bas a flour barrel containing about three bushels of empty essence boxe« which she bas accumulated and treasured since that ttmmodity was introduced upon the mar ket. It is frequently tbe case that persona tecure things of little value and keep them in mementoes, bnt incident« similar to tbe ibove are seldom met with. Chief of Police Mehen, of Parkershurg, received a letter Saturday moroing from the authorities at Kokomo, Ind , stating that a woman calling hercelf the 4 Gypsy ^aeen," and answering the description of theono who suddenly left Parkersburg not. long a ko with some stolen funds, bad been seen in that neighborhood, and ask ing the chief for further and tail particu le regarding her. Capt. Mehen will at ince send tbem all the information he can ind tell tbe authorities there to bold the woman. As Mrs. John Tompkins, of Cedar Grove, Kanawba county, was sitting by her win low the other day she looked out and saw in immense black snake out in the yard with his head up and looking as thongh be meant fieht. She went to Ibe mantle and took down a 38 calibre Smith A Wesson revolver and, returning to the window, cat off hi» sDakenhip'H bead at tbe first «hot, at a distance of twenty-eight feet. Thin is the beat pistol phot on record and Bnffalo Bill will bave to luok after h m laurel*. Tbe snake was four feet, four inches in leogtb. The fire-bag, who bnroed the Court House and records at Addition, Webster County, a few weeks ago, has been cap tured. He turned oat to be a certain in dividual who waa convicted of borne steal ing last April and sentenced to tbe peni tentiary for Ave years, bat who escaped from the jail before he was removed to Mound ville. He has been biding aroond there ever since and when he got an op portunity, he avenged himself by burning tbe Oourt House in which be was con victed. A serious accidental shooting occurred on Klk, near Huntersville, on Friday last by which Mrs. Oonley received a had wound in the face. Her Mater was walk iog in front of h*r, carrying a 38-calibre RemiogUn rifle, and by some means it was fired, tbe hall entered Mrs. Conley's right cheek just below tbe eye, ranged down waid, knocked out five or six teeth and shattered tbe underjtw, came out and barely marked tbe sbonlder and passed to tbe gronnd. H be is now in a critical con dition. J. R. Sigler's store, at Cairo, Ritchie county, was broken into and robbed Fri day night It is snppoM that two trampe robbed it They broke Into a window of the second fitory and took some clothing, silk hankerehiefs, jewelry and shoes. They left their old clothes in tbe clothing room and evidently rigged themselves oat in new clothes from top to toe. In leaving they unlocked tbe ware room door, tbe key of whieh was in tbe lock inside. They mast bave been somewhat arqaaioted with the store-room from tbe way they went aboat their work. y. B. Archer, E«] , who wst employed by some prominent timber men of the Little Kanawha Valley to hnnt down and prosecute the thieves who have bsea steal ing their timber, has msde a careful si ad y of tbe «abject and decided to bave do arrests made just now, bat will have their names presented to tbe grand jury at the next session. This is a matter of very great importance to tbe timber men of tbe valley. Tbe timber thieves along tbs Little Kanawha Valley are beginaiag to realise that the legitimate lumber dealers mean business, and aie now tryiag to hedge, as it were. Tbe five-dollar clause in tbe law has opened their eyes, sad all legiatered brands so logs will be haodled very gingerly hereafter. Cspt D. F. Bayer, of Mariette, has a valuable find in tbe shape of a pipe mad* of terra eotta and in a good state of pnaer vation. The pips was found in Mason County, W. Va., while exeavatàag fer hal lest to be used oa tbs Ohio River Railroad. It wm found st a depth of twsaty-ire the surface in whal to faiown se terrace back from tbe river, of tbe pipe, »11 we can ny to indulgence to rare specula ipe represents » bead, draped Ida, and aside from the almost nosed probably from tbe and sand, to • perfect ning feature* suggest a Captain baa bad tbe and baa forwarded one tbe Peabody Institu ithsonton Inatitnte at feet tbe As 10 that i thm. in abeence abrasion bead fioe face. relic , to Prol. Pu tion, and Washington. A dastardly day upon tbe Wagoner, a you age, who is emp family of Dr. A She bad gone t morning to milk lap, â joQDg man who was evidently criminally attacked with death if ebe ri tlel heroically for her maintained it aim ont life, for her aaaailai failure to accomplish a knife and stabbed side, icd'cting a i several inches in length.^ released her and fled. Love was summoned as and stitched op the worn per»te straggle and fright and exhausted her that her i very critical, and as late as night I it was feared that she would d% uùj | writing, however, she to g™* Abetter. Danlsp was srrested and admittV, I in tbe sum of'$500 for his appearand u,e next term of court. w. U. B. SOCIETY. The regular mcntbly nue'lng of tfce Wo Union Benevoleot Society will be held at 1 roomaof the Young Men'a Chriitlan Awociati^ on Monday evening. Jniy 2d, at 7:30 o'clock. MRS. W. J. W. COWDEN, jy2q Becretaiy. GEO, M, SNOOK k CO, ARE IN DAILY KKttKlPT OF NATININ. ZEI'IIYRM, ('II AMBRA Yff, TOII.K Dr ROIDR, MANDAIiAY CORDN, KTRINCANN, NEERNFCKEIUI. UINU1IAMN, Cil ALLIE*. H ATINTEN. LlWIli WHITE UttODHi EMBROIDERIES and LACE FLOI'HCINOM. ti-lprrlsl taIiim in Par«M«la, brelia« and I'na*. «è PrlMlIfy'» Nilk Warp Heart* «im« ni lowfkl price«. 44'Onr sale of Fine Embroideries mt oue-iwtl! value, «till roulinnea. GEO. M, SNOOK & CO, a JeJlMd JJ*LY SCREENd If you want Koreeni that will fit any window or door «ad ktep OB» th« Hl« N« Um» bept by «SO. W. ItHVMn Mû, Je2# H& mO Mais Strati Ho! For The 41 of Jul) HAS AUAJfOKD FOB AJf -Old-Tia* Nie And Voliffeat on the State Fair Grounds, Jufy4,1888. Tha programme of the da? »111 «mbrare Rec p'ioa at vWtiug docietlea from PlU'burj, Alle«h> nr. Tarentn«, McKeeerort, DeunUwu, Steuben «ille, ud Martin'« Ferry. Addraa cf Welcome by tbe Major. Singing of Patrlor Pop« by toe Puptlaof tb« Public ttchoola and Gratd Ma«a « hon* of ding log Boclei 1«*, ( F re Hundred Votota). unlet th« direction of ProI. H. J. Arbtns. Reading o* Dec)ara>loa of Indepecdcarr by Mr. Prank Hrnnig. DANCING, PRIZE SH00DN6,&c The Kefie*hmeiit Tablea will be In charge of the Lad Ire' Serti««, wbe will «erre Dinner and Supper, loe Cream. Lemtnid«. Ac. urand Display of Fire Works In th« «renin«. Ma»ie by Maytr'a Full Braaa and String Band*. )*ö«adh FOR JUKE AND JULY SALES. Fin© French ana iclpatliig a Urs« demand for these grods the season. we have made nWnnlve poi •""•recently. and hare now on tale and daily the lartett »tock »I price* that «III **T%u iBOd'jr If yo-i consider m y let and qual ity- 111 noon In order toobtaiu U« style . [SPECIAL AND ÂTM1VE Silk an:f\ess Goods Department Blick koltrri SmH changeable and l|n Sursli, Check and striped Surah 1 >ur great drive of 10c. Here Suiting H STILL iL THE KAGK. LACB CDRTÀIS! PARASOLS At Greatly Red uoA Prices lo rvduce ■tock In !• line. ('■rial« Palea 4'4ip|ete for 85*. EGGER,WTmCK&CO, 1132 MAIN SWEET. Jel7 tôfo. $. Çajlor £ —£ilk èlmbiffUaà GEO. R. TAYLOR &CÛ, SPECIAL SALB \ THIS WEEK. i ONE HUNDRED 28 Inch Paragon Frame *-*"o o » • o o » o >"♦ o ♦ • ♦ »••»♦•••••• »Vff* « • » *3 Iii SU UMBRELliS! Placed on Sale (bis Korning, at $3.00 Each. . Every Umbrella Warranted to be Double Twilled and Pure'Silk.