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THRIFT! INVITATIONS liave been, lrom time to time, ex tended by us to the gentlemen of Wheeling to call and examine for themselves the various articles of which we publicly speak in our newspaper notices. Many, very many, have done so, and have, with rare ex ceptions, purchased, because they found things just as we stated them to be. We don't charge you anything for name or reputation; and we can afford to sell on a Small profit—the great volume of business being what we look to. The opportunity is herc, gentlemen—the chance to get SUITS AND OVERCOATS at far less than the "custom" man would ask you, though of every whit as high qualities. Why not avail yourselves of such opportunity? Remember this, please: While we, of course, place ourselves before you in our "best bib and tucker"—as the saying is—you'll never find us throwing out any "baits" or "snares'' or "traps/'or resorting to any other than honorable and upright methods. Be thrifty, then, in laying out your income—by dealing with us. D. Gundling & Co., STAR CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, 86 TWELFTH STREET. Statists. QR. GEO. J. CADDLE, SURGEON DENTIST, X«. »1« Market Slrwt. AVOver Dollar fertnfs Biuk. apSo*d înj ëoofs. X. JACOBS. I. INCSBEKU. Cashmere*. Haudred doz. Ladies' Süimless xcod I^dte»' Cloth. All Wool lloee, only 20.x a pr., worth:öc. £mb'd Flannels. Riöbbd tiat- M«rioo Jeisey VetU, "Velvet*. Regular price 50c., oar price only 25c. Tiadleaa Immense stock and assortment of all I^ine Sorts Under »ear at wonderfully low price« A" Wool Over 500 each of Comiorte, Blankets and Shawl« New shades JJever known to be as remarkably cheap, Drew Cloths. And oar home-made all wool Flannels M<wt be seen ,20 to 25r. ) ti be appreciated Henrietta Cloth, OoUadiw', Misses', and Children's Wrap*, in order to XJlsten», Red ace stock, we have in this ic-t-ince Raft lins, X*ken oil all the High Tariff lor yoar Protection, and Moc'j eekai». Our Revenne, the cc»t of Han Material, wool d Aud 2fear!y be as mach as that of oar weil made garments. Newmarkets. lacobs & Isenberg, 1154 to 1158 Main Street. P. S.-S0)Btn. fresh choice Country Feathers at 60c. per pound. New Kemtauts cheap every Ml5 day. 1125. L. S. GOOD. 1127. GREAT SPECIAL DRIVES. We will offer this week the greatest the trrand Mt. the moat remarkable bargain» ta Dry Goods «rer offered In tais city. 2.000 yards heavy Can'on Flannel at 5 cent«. SOoO yards Manchester Gingham at 61. centa. M pieces jO luce half bleacned Table Liueu at j £6 ceo is. I 10 pieces Turkey red, fast color, Table Linen at SOct-uts. SC doz n % fine linen Napkins 75 cents, worth »oily Si 60 SO dosen % One linen Napkins 11.25, worth ftilly »190. 19 pieces M Inch bleached Damask 75 cents, cheap at |1 X>. 50 pieces 18 inch all linen Glass towllng 6\» cts, jrorth 10 cents. 25 pieces aU wool Tricot 27 cents, worth 50 cts. 20 pieces all wool Ladiea' Cloth,52 Inches,50 cts, (rortn 75 cents. _ lu piecw «ai wuut U.UW4 viv>», wJ L.v«ij wortn *i .00. Cu para lied Bargains will be given in Ladies', Ml»**' and Children'» Wraps. KX) Children'a Oo*ks (spécial) 75 cent*, worth thru« time* the money 500 Children's waps from lit*1 to 915.00. S50 tacket« from fl SO up to 512 00. 20i' Newmarkets from t- 00 up to fJO 00. A tall line of Plush Wraps frjm llû.uu to IM.Of) piece. Rperlal ! Kptrlal!! Mpeelal!]! TWEMTY Ni: 4L. PL1KH COAT», tfA inch long («amples) dzes 3«, 38 and to. at 110 a | piece. worth moru than double the money. Such bargains right in the beginning of the I •M«on were never heard of before. But we griar-. an tee to produce every article mentioned in this advertisement at the exact price named above. 1 L. N. GOOD, ocl 112S and 1127 Main street. "^yHOLESALE DEALER Sveitxer andLimbargerCbeese. EDWARD WA«!»!, So. 210» Main street dVOrden by mall will receive prompt ai YESTERDAY IN THE CITY. Mr. 0. Oabaepf, the Op«ra House drng gist, mad« the following observations of 16« tempenuare yssterd*j: 7 a. m., 49, 9 a. m., 40, 12 m., 46; 3d. m., 45; 7 p. m., 41. Weather, changeable. Index to Mew Adv •JOOND PA««. Propoea:.i for Coal, I'DdertaktBir and Medicines. Wanted—General Agent. Wanted-Agent on Salary. Vor Kent—Barber h hop. 1ratty * Sweet Cider—Conner A Snedeker. Beautiful Books—Stanton A Davenport. KnUhta Templar Funeral Notice. Auction Sale this Kveniue—Wickhsm a. Sxcelslor Baking Powder— R. H. List. Ivory Soap— Tit*-ter & Gamble. for Cincinnati—steamer Lizzie Bay. THIRD PAGE. Religious Notices. ror*TH pag a. Liât of Letten. _ 1,000 handsome, well-bo and and print ed volâmes on «11 «object«, in oar 35 cent book section. Bj mail, 45c. Stahtow A Davtnpobt. Ait, who try S tab bùn' celebrated C>ogh Balaam prosoaDce it sapetior to all others. Call on jo«r Druggist for a free sample Weft Vmi FrevewMve. J. W. Amick & Co 's gentlesoea'i cork tote I Or® $1.75 ladies' fine doc g w la button boas ftrs cheap at $2 50. gToxx's Cash Bhox Stori. IN A SMALL WAY. The News of the l>ay Pointedly Far»* graphed for Hasty Raadftra. Two deed* of trust were admitted to reord yesterday. Eyi iNK Pakaikjx matinee at the Opera Hoaae this af'erncoo. ' Littlk Nt'GOKT" ru itiaee at the Grand Opera House thia nfterncoa. Pbok. Wcolkry, President of Bethany ColWge, will p»e*ch at the Disciples' Chor.h to-morrow, morning and eveniog. Mary Lall y was yesterday uppointed' administratrix of the estate of William Lally, deceatei. Bond, $1,200, M. Lofius sorely. Thk wheelbarrow bst which was to be paid by John Ziroitz, by pushing Dr. F<p s for several tqiiare?, baa been poit p>ned till Satuiday evening at 7 o'clock Thk second semi-monthly reheaisal of the Optra House Orchestra will cccur to morrow eveniqg at Arion Hal), and an es pecially fine programme will be presented Thekk were three cases in Police Court yesterday, outside of two tramps, wto were gi»en a chance to leave towj. Two of the parties were lined and the third was dismissed. Crescknt Casti.k No. 4, Knights of the Golden E'gte, will attend divine wcr »hip Sunday morning at V.ane street M E. Church. The sermon will be ejpecial ljf addressed to the Koighta. Thk powerful melo drama, "Under the I.a-h,'' with Ihs talented yourg ncfor, Walter S. Sanford in the leaning role, will occupy the boards the first three nigbtj ot next week at the Grand Optra Hoose. Whkki.ino City Castle No. 2, Koinh's of tbe Golflea Kagle, will give a grand ball at Anon Hall, Thursday evening, Novem ber 23. The Opera House orchestra wiil make tha music, and a pleasant time is promised all wuo attend. Col. Jai ob NrsoR celebrated the fifty uiuth anniversary of his birth yesterday atternnon and tveciog, in roysl style. He was called upon by a large nomber of hi-t friends, wto united in wisbirg him many happy returns of the day. A fair audience greeted "Little Nag gett," at tho Grand, latt evening, and Ml the house highly pleased. Those who wau* ti see a fanny show, heir g<»od music and witness graceful dances should oot fail to enbraca this opportunity Matinee and night closd the engageaient. Thk last of the special week of prayer service?, at the Yourg Men's Christian A? jo^atioa balding, will beheld at8 o'clock this evening, and it will probably be the hrg*»t of the week. All young men wiM be welcomed. The regular young men's Quoting will be held at 4 o'clock to-mor row afternoon. Thk Anvil Chorus feature of Gilmore'e Boston Jubilee Band, which will be at the Grand Opera II mse December 13, in its entirety, will beprodccîd by a corps of teD anvil I) iatera picturesquely attirai in red shirts and rips, who will beat with sledge hammers upon steel anvils. Goon ei/tfd rudiences witnessed Hi« per formative of Fraf. Bartholomew's educated horses a» the Opera House, yesterday aiter nc«>n and laet evening, and as usual left de lighted. A maticea will be given thie afternoon, and the very successful engage ment will clow to night. No one sliooli fail to see this remarkable exhibition ot animal intelligence, as this will probably ba the last opportunity. Kleyen Kleyen. Far Mntfr, 69 c!s , a* the Papular, IUI Main street POINT» ON Piorij. ÄOTeuienU of CltlMo* *nd the Oomlnf tsd Oola( of Streng*™. J. Cunninglum, of New Camlorland, is at the Howell. Ezra McConnell and wife, cf Flashing, Ohio, were at the Stamm, yesterday. J. V. McCaaslandand JohnG. Kuple, of Waehingtor», Pa., : re at the Stamm. The*. Hornbrook, of New MarliosTille, and Cale Bart, of Manningtoa, are at the Stamm. Miss Liar* Porter, of the Garden Spot, left yesterday to spend the wititjr with fiieads tu Chicigo. Mr. D C. List, Jr., of Kansas City, who ha» been in the city a faw days on busi q*sh, returned yesterday. The Mtasee Sheron enteittined a few friends very pleafantly at their home in P!euant Valley, last eveoing. Mr and Mrs. W. B. Howell leave this ccorning for St. Vincent's College, in Penn sylvania, to p»y their son, who is attend iog college there, a Tint. G. C. Leater, of Washington, and Stephen Commitg«, of Hickory, Pa, D. W. (»jd man and K. A. Bogardaa, of Mansfitld, O., aie at the HoUl Windsor. This year's whist clab was handsomely entertain*d by the lady members, who re side at Mrs. Seusetey's boarding honte, and the affair was indeed a pleasant one. Miss Suue Sitgreavee, who is with Rfr eina Y ok* s, writes that 1er company will play at Wheeling on January 3d and 4th. Good booses will greet each performance, without n doubt Use Stebbina' Universal Liniment. Beet in the world for Barns, Bruises, Sprains, Ac A good assortment of Fine Pocket Km Tee Mad Seizors. All warranted, at Staktos & Davis post's. Look for the Bl| Shoe. Oar $1.50 men's fine scaalesi gaiters •re cheap at §2. Stove's Cash Shoe Stork. Klaven Kieven We »re offering to-day one lot of Ladies' white merino vests at 39 cts. ; woith 50. At the Popular 1111 Main street L 8. Good mils Dry Goods the cheapest Ont $2 men's fine seam-ess gaiters are a bargain at ?2 50. Stoxk's Cash 8hob Sto&b. All (Me tdeçrnpkic and local aevs of tXeiay art pMithed in the 8ÜSDA Y BEG 181 ER CLAY DISTRICT TIKIS CP THB R5T1EB TIMKOPTflB BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS it I«tard*y's Session—Th« Billot» Gor# Ovtr Thrn Several Tim«—Mr. Atkinson Loses Three You*. When the Board of Commas ioners as fetaWfd yesterday morning the oommi« siooers and canvassers cf the market hon» precinct of Madiaon district append in response 50 the » amnions of the Board, and were sworn as to the circnmitinces eurronnding the two protested ballets in that precinct. Their evidence «towed that H to one ballot the contest was on mem bers of the Legislator*, five candidates having been voted far instead of fenr. The ballot had been connted as to all candi dates except Legialatuie. The ba lot had, theiefore, been connted lor Mr. Atkinson, and was so allowed by the Board. As to the second protaated fca'lat, tbe commis sive: s stated they bad sealed it up because tbsy wero not satisfied the voter was a resident of the S*te. Thii was a lispub licao ballot, offered by a colored man. The voter cauld not give his residence, bat it has since been asceit lined be is a Cin cinnati man. Action by the Board npon this billot was deferred. Oüly eu3 of the commtabioaero from Washington district, Mr. W. A. Wilson, responded to the mmmons cf the Board, at the morning sesaiOD, although alt were present in the afternoon. They were in struct* d t) retora on Monday next, and all the disputed ballots in that district are therefore leid a*ide until the a. The Board then opened the ballot-box of Ciay district, and prcc?e1ed 1o make a recount cf the vo'ei. The lobby at this time was well-filled with »pectilore, and the gleitest inte>eit was manifested. Tne po'l book of the district showed that 931 votes hud been cut. The count by the Board showed a total of 491 for Pen dUtMi, 481 for Atkineoa, and 10 ad judged a.4 containing no vote for Congressman, making a total of 932, or one more than the proper namli.'r. Oa a second connt of the ballots, straight thrjngb, however, only 931 votes were foued. It was propofed to let this count stand and throw ont a Prohibition billot, on which all the candidates had been marked off, as being fair snd impartial to eacD CI ID© nvai wu^nMi jüw w« iw «u «, but Mr. llagu», cl* coacssl for Mr. Atkin êOB. objected etreaaoa-Iy, claiming tha straight count showed one ballot too many, and that autil the prtsiroa of that ballot wrs satisfactorily txplaiaed it should be tskon off the Pendleton list. Pnsident Gru»e—Why not throw out the blank ballot? That would ba fair for yonr candidate, and fair for cure. Mr. Hugaa—Take oae ot yonr own bal late. You have found more than the Com missioners gave yon. Until you explain how you «>t that vote, I Bay take one of yonre. raea you can lay you have done your whole duty. President Grose—The Board is endeavor ing to do it« whole duty, fairly and impar tially. Mr. Hugus—If you want lo ie-t under the imputation reanltitg fiom the injec tion ot the ballot yon have selected, go a lu ad. President Ornee—If the Board recinnte the votee, will you agrej to p»yita/wr Jinn for to-day? Mr. Hugos—Yps, sir. President Gut e—Pat that in writing. Mr. Haguj—Pat it in writing, Mr. Clerk. President Giu^e—Yon mast do that vourgelf. Mr. Hugus—Then, Mr. Clerk, make a ciinnte that I am required to do this. Mr. llu^ui started lo prepare his agree ment, but on Becond thought, and after a oonfereoci with Mr. AllUoo, hiä co coun sel, backed oaW The digcwsion was then renewed oa the discrepancy as to the num ber of bàlloU. by Mr. McGregor asking that a record of the fact be made by the dtrk. He was rt«iui:ei to make a writ ten motion embodying h;s ids», anil th«n Mr. McGregor and the attorneys engaged in a débat» in which the wbo!c groand wss gone over. Mr. Stein proteste! rg.inst the motion being recoidïd, and i' was lost. * Mr. Hngns then renewed his proposi tion to pay tha Board for toe time netes wry to make a recount if the ballots, and drew tip and »i^ced the following paper: "I hareby agree to be at all costs occa tioned by a reiount of Clay district, owing ta discrepancy in vet » for Coag;e*ma:>, as .'onad by Board, Drovided result is not changed, i. «from 431 for Atkimon and 491 fcr Pendleton. "G. W. Atkinson. "By T. J. Huaus. "Nov. 1«. '88, 2:47 p. m.'' The recount wss then commenced, and was com ladt.d about ten minnUs past four. Daring the progre-s of tho recount a ballot was found on which Mr. Atkin son's name was wnttea alaiost on top of Mr. Pendhton's and a pen maik drawn through the combinatioa thus formed. Bo pabl icans i osiated that the name of M r. P. n dleton had b.en first scratched, and Mr. Atkinson's name written, while Democrat« clainei the name had been writtea firat and then both scratched cut. Mr. Myles movod that the ticket be net coanted fcr eilhsr «• intestant The ayes and nays were called on this, and the vote mull«], ayej 5, not» 2. The ticket was not counted. Mr. McGregor ask^d the priv»l»ge of hav ing the hallo'. j>boUgrapli;d. Mr. Plaident—'There is no motfoa ba fore the liouae. Mr. Hugos— I sfk to have the ballot folded, so it may be identified. Mr. Preeileiit—There h nothing befjra the house. A motion was made fo have the ballot folded, however, and earned. At tweu'y minntei to four Mr. Hngus objected to the count of a ticket upon wtich Atkinson's name was scratched out, and I'eadleton's wiitten. He thought it was similtr to the ca3e next above cited. It was entirely diasimilar, and even Mr. Maxwell conceied it shou'd be ccuated, and it was. The same geLtleman made a «■owl at several other ticketj which fol lowed. Mr. Mdir^gor—Oh, what's the use, Mr. Maxwell. Wteu the rcount was competed, the renaît win announced: PtndletOD, 491; A'k'njon. 480; not counted for either, 11; total, 98*J. O. iginal contt: Pendleton, 4i*l; Atkinson, 4S3; fjr ce tier, 7; tola!, «81 Mr. Hugos—I have consumed one lour and th;rty-three rain a tee of this Jljard's time. My agreement was to p»y for it if the result was the s une. Tne resn't is not the same, and I suppo» Mr. Pendle ton will gltdly pay the ex pen sea. Mr. McGregor th>n moved to m»ke a record ot the fact that there was one v.,ti too many. Mr. My'es «mended this by summoning the election officer^f the dis trict for Monday, and tte mot iff was car ried. Mr. Hngu*—I would like to have the Board sabmit the disputed billot in Cl» y to Messrs. Haonsn audBownj, as experts. Mr. President—Taat m it ter is cot biing diu us* 3d at this time Tne Beard then passed an order inspect ing the (l«rk to dasl-jy the Ant C}*y t^lly sheet m vie by then dmiug the day, and then acpuiued until this inornit g. OFF AGAIN. The Total Vote C*»t la Webit«r Not t'p to the Kepçbllcan Poll. The Intelligencer set up a howl in the wieDg place yetterday whea it undertook to throw its favorite mintle of frand over the Tote latjiycMt in this city sud county. It made a special mention of Webster district as beid? a horrible example of piling up illegitimate to». Let's look at Webst«. The fnteâigencer't charge ccncanicg the district created • great deal of indignation in that portion of the city, and the paper wai denounced right and left. If the writer of the denunriatoiy article had token Um trouble to c4i oa the Rspoblh can who took the poll of Webber district for bis party, under a contract mads with Mm Repnbi eiu Eiecativo Committee, be would have asoei triced that the poll book showed a total cf 1,496 voters, or tea more tban the number of votei actually cast. So mach for the Intelligencer's "fraud." A w«ll known citizen of the Sooth Side, who was in Gallipolis on election day, says there was hardly a colored man left in that town, on account of tb« induce ments held oat by West Virginia Repub licans fjr them to cast a vote on this side of the river. May this not account for the large Republican majority in Mason county ? There was a recount of two districts of Marshall county, yesterday, for the office ofGoverror. In Cameron the recount was made at the instance of Mr. Meigben, repre senting General Goff, and in Liberty dis trict by Mr. Ewing, representing Judge Fleming. There was no change in the re sult heretofore announced. In the Liberty district count it was found that there was one more name on the tally sheet tban there were ballots in tbe box. The Com mssionen*, however, bad found a Republi can ballet on tbe ll or, and bad ceiled it up, with attïtement of tbe circumstances and tbe announceseat that it had not been counted. The County Court decided to couLt it, and did so. To offset thi«, thers wfs loucd a Piobibition ballot with Gcil and Atkinson stickers printed in black ink, in violation of law. Tbe Court threw this ballot out very promptly. THE COUNT IN BROOKE. Tim Democratic Candidate (or Sherifl Olren Hla Certificate. Ths County Court of Brooke county, which, by the way, consists of two Repub lican and one Democrat, nut yesterday to recount tbe ballots cast ia that county at the recent election. The recount was up on Congressman and Sheriff. Ingoing ovar tbe ballots two Republican tickets were found with tbe name of J. E. C'artis writ ten thereon instead of J. L. Curt«, the right Dame of tbe Democratic candidat?, J. E. Cuitis being tbe father of J. L , asd not a candidate for my office. Tne two tickets weie thrown ont, although tbe in tention of the voter was unmistakable. On a third billot—a Democratic one—tli3 name "J. ^E. Carts" had been written. This ticket was si*) thrown ont. Another Republican billot had E. H Curtis' name strckeu off aid *'J. Cortts" writtm instead in a very cramped hand, wi'.h the "t" cot crossed. This ticket was likewise thrown ont. These cbaaje*. bojrtver, still left Mr. J. L Cnrtis, the Democratic candi Jäte, four majority, and he was givea bis certifi cat?. " " * \(r pan_ dletcn gained one vote. Mr. F. P. Jepxra Seta a LI» at Kent. Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 16.1388. To the Editor of lAe R"j ttir. Sir:—Yen og GlaM, of the Intelligencer, is a tenderfoot, at lœsi. He was reared in town, but doesn't know chefTan inch from his nose. A broad laugh up a wide tleeve at his e xpense he cannot d'soern. He overheard me till Mr. Isstt Tuesday night that Pendleton was eleoctd and, in a fpiiit of p'eaaantry, we want "one more vote," and I wos going to get it. He thereupon conjures np a fairy tale tbat Mr. Steenrod and myself left for the Kiat instanter to get that vote. This flighty attache of an intolerant, btgotul new^pep r Jbuir at the time ths ex tent of his mendacity, ft r all trains bound Eant tbut night bad deputed. I will not pretend to dqpy another float ing narable tba» I i\>nnd the required vote in the Dcdy cf a deceased male. It is cU'imd to bs an Atkinson ball at, and the fusion of pro's and on'« preeuoiably stran gled tbe beast. For cotrestcrin* this bal lot I beg pardon of Cat-Biidis Hart, et al. No w for the facte re^a'dirg Mouudsviile: I had the satisfaction el inspecting on Mon day and Tuesîay the returns ^rtin Mar sh ill county and saw every bal.'ot recount ed. Tbe supreme pleasnre was also Htl'jnled me of returning home Tuesday evening from this meeting of the Marshall County Commissioners — a Republican Board— with not only one more vote for Mr. Pen Jletoo, but one plus thirteen, in all/onr/e«» votes that had b.ea withheld from Mr. Pendleton until last Mojday. Within an hour alter my return I en countered a cctir e, of wh'ch Glass chanced to be a member; then followed tbe epi sode. Prom tint id-ntical moment to this hour I have b?en in tbe city—Gla's, Feacb, Paris and Hart all to the contrary notwithstanding. It is difficult to obtain redress from al leged men who lie and are proud of it. Respectfully, P. P. Jkpson. GKNKKAL. INTKLLIUKXCK. "•I'nder the Luit." The above powerful melodrama will be presented at the Grand Opera House by tbe talented young actor Walter S. Rao ford, supported by an excellent dramatic cast, next Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day nights, with special family matinee Wednesday. FprcUl scenery and new and citchy tpxialttes will bs added to the ef fectiveness of the pert trmance. I'ralne Sarvlce. The monthly praise servic3 will be at tha First Presbyterian Church to-morrow evening. A brief strncu will be preached by the pastor appropriate for the occaehn. Some of the gcoJ old hymns and psilms will be bud g by the congregation and an thems and eolo* will be given by tbe choir. To this service étrangers in the city and non-church-goars are cordially invited. Transfer of RmI Kutate. The following transfers were admitted to resort! by Clerk Hook yeilerday: Deed made November 13, 1383, by Geo. W. Lsmmon and wife, to Max Mahlke, for lot No 17, and the north twenty feet of lot No 1G, on thee.'at side of Sonth Ka ron street. Consideration, $750. r>3f«l made Xovembîr 9, 188H, by T. M. Gamo, special commissioner, to W. V. Arthur and James Lowther, for a piece of ground in Cburchili'a addition. Consid eration, $115. A Short Session of Conseil. The Firjt Branch of Coancil bald « fif teen-mi ante sptc'al eeesion lut evening, for tbe pnrpwe of cleinirg up some of the bu-inem lelt unfinUhsd lwr Taenlay even* ing. Tbe pay io'J of the Boud of Public Works, tbe ordinance nuking a change in tbe funds of the Polies and Pire B a*d, and a resolution in regtri to tbe repair of a street in Nirth Wheal ing c instituted tb9 bnaite». Mr. Ferrell preeided. Look Like Imparted Voters. For • week or so past partie« of negroes bare been noticed toning into tb* city over the B & O. and Ohio River rail ojds, and passing thioigh <nto Ohio and np into Pennsylvania. One puty of thirty came inorer the B. A O., in charge of a white man, and went over into Ohio, ßererat colored men, one of whim is a pjttsr at one of the bot« Is, said ha stwfoaae of these people goiog through t he city on their way oat into the State soap wcks ago, and qae pirty was accompanied by a number of wemsn, some dogs, banjoes, fiddlis, 4c, bnt didn't loik as if they w are going to stay long. Wonder if these aren't some of tbe Republican cclnnizns seat oat into tbe Stati long enough to rets. An Andiene« In Hysterics. The Detroit Frtc Prêts, describing tha effects of tbe presentation of thç world famoua bumiroui creation, "Skippsd by the Light of tte upon tbs audi eaoes cf that city, says: "Of all ths fitny pl'ys that have bjen done in this ciiy, 'Skipped by the L'ght of the Huon' ii nnfoabiedly the fnasiest, and tie mamer in which itii given by Fowler & Warmingtoa's company i« be yond criticHm. Fiotn ths tiaoe the ear* Mia want rçp oa the firtt gst until (t if EC ended on tha final scene the bon» was in a contint« 1 np:oar and laughter reigned supreme. Tfce performance waa one that ni l probably not be surpass*. ia the cox ed/ field here daring the season." This production, which will be the at traction at the Optra House next Monday evening by Fowltr & Warmirgton's fa mo us cam piny, baa been seen here before and created a veritable langhing furor. Since that time the play has been revised and many new featares and mnch new music has been introduced, and in its new form it is slid to be fancier than ever. Sea ta on aale at Hcuie'a music store. THE B. & 0. ACCIDENT. Soma Farther Po'nts Picked Up Yesterday CjDoernlcg It. The terrible accident on the B. & O at Valley Falls, Wednesday night, in which five men lost their lives and several others were badly injured, was still the talk of the town yesterday, and the awful wreck 8) graphically d<scribed in yesterday's Register had the effect of inspiring pecp'e with awe at the terrible cjnecHjuencej of one man's mitt ike. Ei Dewire, the engineer of the express, was running cut of his regular turn. He bad taken Charley Rl'ey's turn in order to bj home on Thursday to attend the b»ith day pan y to te given by a friecd. A friend ot De wire's Baid y aster d ay tb at Ed often talked of dfath as a matter of course, and bot longer than a few weeks ago said that he would not be living in a few months. Hs seemel to bave a forebodicg that he would meet with an accident and said be would often go do*n to the yard and s 'and beside his engine, nod looking up at it, lose bis nerve and become almost afraid to get up ia tbe cub. Bat ai scon as he got hold of tbe throttle and started off all fears vanished and he felt perfectly safe. It is s»id that Billy Canton's head wss severed completely from his body, and that it wùb impossible to find it, to that the body will have to be baried without the becd. Clmtcn's remains will be taken to his old lonae at Graftoa on thî'J:05 B & 0. train this morning, and the tbe l'uuer»l will take place from the Meth odist church at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Dewire's fanerai will take place from bis late residence, No. 114 Twenty-sccnnd street, Saudny aftercoau at 2 o'clock, un der the auspices of Wnaeling Comtcandery Knights Templar, of which be was a mem ber. Mr. John CoinmicH, tbe well known B. & O piasenger engiueer, who was De wire's bosom friend, very kindly appoint ed himsell'a committee of ona yesterday and circulated among the members of tbe Hmtliofhivul nf I^nmnl i vwl'.nnnt^rs ftBil collected a neat tutu, with which he had two handsome tbral piecas made, beating the letters ''B L. E " in their centre, one of which was placed on I)ewiris's coffin and the other on Clinton's. A curnbsr oi handsome bonqueta were gfcuiel by him and presented as tribal«« cf the esteem and regard in which the two anfortinate men were held by their friends. Nathan Goodwin, tbe brakeman whose error was the cansjof theaecideit, did not jump frem the ermine and ran away, as was ttated in one of onr report«, bat all innocent of bis mistake went back and laid down on tho engine. When the crash came he was thrown to the ground and re ceived injuries to one foot and his back He was carried back to Fet terrain, his tome. It is generally conccded that bad the ex press not besn a vestibule train the cars would have telescoped, and many lives might have been lost and much injury to life wrought. As it was, noae of the pas senger cars weredamaged at all. This fret was alw. no doubt, dne in part to the fact that Dewire had the presence cf rahd to put on the a'r brakse t j their full force. \ Kleve n—Eleven. a pair fi»r Indies' a'l-wool Hose in blaékand colored; cheap at 35cte. At Thk Popular, 1111 Main etreît. B. & O^hango of Time. Oa aid aftsr Sanday, November 18tb, B. & O trains will lèive Wheeling depit a3 fjllows, Eastern timitr MAIN LIKE EAST. Beawojd acimmolation, çxctpl Sac day, 5:33 a. m. ^ Cumberland accommodation, except Bun day, 8:10 a. m. Washington, Baltimore and Philadel phia Limitsd, daily, 8:55 a. m. Monndsville accommodation, except Sunday, 12:01 p. m. Graltin accommolation, daily, 5:10 p. m. TRANS OHIO DIVISION WEST. Cclumbus accommodation, daily, 8:55 a. m. Chicago and Cincinnati Exprees, daily, 10:2ô a. m. Columbus accommodation, except Sun day, 2:20 p. m. Chicago Express, daily, 3:40 p. ra. Caicago Limited (No. daily, 8:10 p. m. Cincinnati and St. I.ouis Kxprew. except Saturday, 11:15 p. m. Columbus and Cincincati Express, Sun day only, 2:45 a. m. Fcr St. Clair*\ille, except Samlay, at 8:55 a. m. aad and 5:10 p. m. P., W. <ç ». DIVISION. For Pittsburg at ">:0O and 7:3rt a. m. and 6:3o p. m. daily. For Washington, Baltimore and Phila delphia. via Prttsburg, daily at 6:30 p. m. Read the SUXDA Y REGISTER to tno'r row. Kleve» Fleveii, Gents' aM-wool scarlet undershirt! or drawer», t>7 cts.: camels' hair under shirts or drawers, 'J3 cents. At the Popular, 1111 Main street. Imported French Tissue Papers in all shadts, at wholesale or retail, by 8 J ANTON A DAVENPORT. IIow ould we get along witkout "Mile End?" Couldn't Buy the SI XI) A ^REGISTER tomor row. Mkn's Rtnnict' saag-proof rubber boon, E. Stent's patwt, best in the world, sold at Stonk's Cash Shok Stokjc. ELEVRN-KLEVEN. To Parents: 2"> dozen Boja' Flannel Waut i at 60c!s; never »old at less than $1 00. At The Poitlab, 1111 Main etieat The S VXD A1* REGISTER u altcays in demand Get « copy targ. <^T5\x we/oSTa — PURE p?pRicrs CREAM |akin§ >OW0Ef ^ PERFECT «*0^ Its superior exoellenea proven In million! ol horn*« for mare thaa a quarter of a century. Ii is med br the United State* Government Xs doned by the heads of the Great Universities a. the Strongest, Pnrest, and moat HealthfnL Of Price's Cream Baking Powder does «Dt < tmrnnnla l^MS oirAlum.. Itold onifjtn PRIdS BAJCIHS POWDIB 00. nw xi THE MÜRDER TRIAL. FURTHER EVIDENCE ADDUCED AG il .V ST TBE WHEELING MIN. * A SeoioB of Cnrt Which Luted Until Nttrij Tra . O'clock at Night—Tin Situation Up to Noon lastinlij. Oor report of the trial of Mem Rnat, Cress and Riddle, of this city, chargei with the mnrder of Adam Stanb, ends at coon yesterday, the State having rceUd its cms and the defense began. Thursday exeaiog's etsiicn of Ccart lasted nntil reiily ten o'clock. Fron» the report of the tistimony in the Erening Reporter the followicg is taken:— Mr. Leonard, a portion cf whoee testi mony was printed yestardjv, mid:— "I saw a man load a doable barreled shot gan; saw one of the de fendants with a gnn; did not aee him load it; tne of tha men that came from the wtgio bad two gin*; when the irea came from the wagon with the gnrs the crowd aroand Shaffer left: oce of the men gave Shaffer a gun; the crowd ran into the store and houses; I was standing on Crawford's oorner; saw the Wheeling men run acrofs to Fisher's store and hamimr at the door and break it in; after they got in the store I hsard the report of a gan ; it appeared to be in the rear o; the store; Stanb came t j the doar of Andersen & Bacbanan's »tore; one of the Wbeeliog meu ran np and caught hold of him and pulled him oat; another of the party came np aod made him let 8tanb go, :ui J be went back into the stoie; thty theo started cp street and pissed where I was standing, bat did cot say anjtbipg to me; a man was standicg a short distance be yond me, and one ot the Wheeling men strnck him with his list and then cotu menctd belting him with his gnn; I don't know the man's uame; he is a blacksmith; th»y then cime back and Mr. Divia came ont of Fisher's store; they commtnc.d striking him with their fists; the crowd then came oat of the store aud the tight brcame general pgain; I then croesed to the front of AldeisjnaLil Kackhanan's store; I picked np a gun that was ljicg on the groond and ran back of the store and hid it be bird a Joj; came back to tfcc front of the store anl was standing beside Mr. Stanb; there wore teveral small ciowds lighting at that time; one ot the Wheeling men, who was by bimst If palled up bis gan and poiu'ed it in the dtrectioa of Mr. Staub and myself; I stepped aside, and the man shot and Mr. Stanb dropped and said, "I am shot;" the man with the gun on hi* shoulder came 01 up and I sail, "don't »brot any more;'' after Stanb was shot the Wheeling men went towards their wagon; iA. » DU.tf . . A : A »1.« " ö^idO'Donnel1 testified tba« be was at Aud«r.o3 & Bncbmau'H «lore the n git ot the mord»r. 11.k«J B»t and Hhaff; r there. Tley bad no üte arm . William Can y said he heard a noiaeand weat to the do>r and ww a figbt gou>* on; Tt^Ud down street and saw some men coming down the aide etieet with guns, SSiwere three men; one o. the meooame up to where I was stondi-g and pointed la if un in the direction of tie irowd of^Tey lorstown men m if he wa» P®« *•*«*; I caught hold of the gnn and pushed it np the other two men came tip and made me let bo of it; he then pomUîl itin ithe direc tioacfmybeul sud I stepped aside, recognize one of the defendants as th«i man that pointed the gern; they all then etartr ,d off : I saw a gnn snapped tw,c® * j*"® crowd ; con'.d not say which one of the o,owd euappjd H; «oa't know whether ,t was one of the three <ltf«idaiit8 the Wheeling m*n ran over to Fisher's «tore and kicked tbe dooropen; one of them ran in with a gnn in bi«hand, [ heat«! the r»p:>rt ot the gnn, it appeared to come from in the store or in re«r ofit [ t5în faw two of the Wheeling men attack Mr Davis; they struck him with tteir fivs and kicked bim; oEe ■•"*£} to g*t at him with bis gnn, Mr. 1 arker ili'ew a sl<>">e at the man "ho to shoot Davis, and struck him in the breast, knocking bim backwards, and m ho fe'l the gnn weit ort in the air; I Haw one of t*e Wbee'.itg men come down the s reat in a harried manner; be palled np * mho and shot Mr. Biaub; cou'd not say that -ritffif the defendants is tne man that flrtd sworn—Was in Taylore town the niglit of Utf difficulty ; was in my own house; »w the me® came in town ia a one-bfr»e wagon; bear** nawe and mnt out f nd walked down to t^Mjorner; while standing tlnre with Ezra Haofonr cf the Wheeling men came* np; ne went np to Hard and pnsbed him and then Struck him; lUnd struck the Wheeling man; jast alter that I noticed Hbatl* ; knccktd down and a couple of men were ponnding and kicking bun; '"B® ®J!, of the Wheeling men hollowed, Lets Let the gan«;" ther fftB . *nd Jtans and commenced snapping them, but "tridaeJ and I saw them lcai the goes, [à satchel was exhibited and identi lied by tbc witners as the one that be saw them gel the cartridges cut of | They then comae need clubbing with their gnnsi;,i»f no one with gain or pistols hat tie \\ besi nn men; *** several Taylontown men knocke J down; went in Fieber s stör«, was afraid of the gnne; the Wheeling men came to tke store atd I ran out the back dowMo the blacksmith shop; a man catne to the oat'k dcor and shot; 1 «taid in the blacky smith shop and looked ont cUhe door .the man that c»me in the store shot Mr. Btanb. r The three defendant! «loop np, im the witter said that tbo man who shot Staob was a man in luigbt between the tallest iu l the shortest of the d-findants J George Hill said tint while he was go ing tome from work hs met a wagon with Q*e men .n it; they were Peter krm Frank Kiddle, Adam Bhaffer, John Rost ...a Brant; they were going in the direction of Taylorttown; that, night I heard that Adam Btaub had been shot at Tayloretown; w«nt with Dr. Denny to that plate; on the way met a wagon «Ith «me men in it; don't know how many; after I got to Tayloretown I lurrowed a revolver and jot Mr. Lattimer to go with roe in a cait to arrest t,he men; »mrtook the wagon about one mile from Claysrille and pee?ed them: tbey had their horse on a gallop; an they came loto Claytrille I wîs standing in front of Mr. Campeej s home; I hollowed for the n*n tü »top ♦nd throw np their hand»; I hid two révol tera in my hands; there weie three men .n the wagon; I told them they weie under arrest and to get ont of the wagon ; two of them aot out. hat Sbaffer waa Ivin* in tbe wa*on; I «at Ruit and G'rtaa down on Ihe cu»b H*ooe and lliej held a whim pered conrtration; Roct looked aa if be had bte i in a fight. He had so hat on and said that hi« hat bad bien «bot off »I Tajlontjwn; I drove the wagon b*k to rajloratown with Crers acd Shaffer in it On the way back to Tay?o:*town wo mot two vehiele«; one of teem wai a covered cpring wagon; Dr. Dennj, who was with it, called cnt ard aaitl: "Poor Stanb ia d«ad;" he ap«»ke in anch a tone of voice that oonld be heird by the Wbeelicg mes. [Five Rare, nid to b» tbe otei found in the wagon, wm here brought into the court room ] Tee wagon aid content» wm tamed ov«-r to Mr. Kennedy and A. D. Yourg, >t Tayloretown: tbe oily prone >ona ia the wagon wm a loif cl bread. [Cipt. Dov*ner here asktd, "What mooey did yon find on the prisoners?" Toe de fense objected and tbe Jedge sostaiiMd the abject oo, which was withdrawn by tbe defenae aid t be qccation admitted. When •fked tbe object of the qneation, Capt. Havener itatei that be wished ta prove that this parly of five men bai come «at *o this community on t hunting expedi tion with only one loaf of bread and with out money.] I did not find any money. ü.i cTOf«-*xaminatiou Hill «aid: "Did not are piatola or fevolvpra on tbe persons ot the men at (H* y «rille; tb* y threw up their bands at my command. Ooe of tbe mea lowered hij hands, and I repeated thfl command, and ba rtpVed, 'AU right, General.' " Oa re crost-exsm inatioo Hill said that when they arrived •t Tajloratown some ooe e»me up and retch«! for Eu«t Witress said, ''Lears tbe man alone," at which tbe man r«ached back to bis hip pocket Hill taid, "Don't pull a revo|ver oa me," to vrhteh the man r* plied that bo bad basa deputised by lbs sheriff. A* D. Yoapf, A- D. McPtotoa «4 F. A. Porter wore sworn, hut contributed lit'le of value to the evidence, eicept the latter. Porter slid ho heard tome one aiy: "Tfcey «re killing Kapell DaviF." He cane out. One of th.» Wheeling men raired bia gun to strike, but mimed hie aim and bit his friend RhnfiVr over the head. Tne (tun wu broken into two or three pWeee. I mw a man, whom I thijik was Hunt, aboit fifteen Getaway, pointing his gon toward the crowd where l»ivis was. I picked up a stone and hit Kuat, and bis gun went off in the air. I ran b*ck, and was between ttc fdnce and Blaub when the latter was ahot. John M. Latimer as id he was präsent when the men were arrcibd. T&ey did not a k wby tb«'j were arretted. Koat gave his name whin anked ttc second time. Ali. the 0. Ii. H. 0. Hooka for season of '8H-'89, sold separately or in aet#, by RtAKTOM & DaVKNI'UKT. Btehiiiks'Concentrated Vegetable Blood I'nrifier correct« all forms of blood disease. Try it. All Drog^iats have it Wet r»«t l'rnventlva. J. W. Amick & Co.'a gentlemen'* cork sole aloe). A HtartUng Innovation. Something the Hoatb Hide bai long been in need of - a ffntlemüi'B famishing gjoda •tore - ha* been opened at No. 23^'» Market street. It is a quiet, unaaauming little eetablbhueiit, bit it cintaics one of tbe moat complete slocka of famiahlng goods in tbe city, and a stock so well selected that any man, no matter bow particalaror fastidious be may be, can find wbat be want«, at pricei tbn' no other bonae in tbe city can nodersell. M »ay articles of iadies' apparel are also kept in etock. Tbe joang man who ia proprietor of tbia eatab'.ish ment Ii known all over tbe city, asd hie many frienda will h» pleased to give him a call. Hi« name ia Hogh J. Wbyte, and do net forgit bis number, 23'i-» Markt! ftreet. The SUS DA Y REGISTER ia the heti paper ptthhui ia the eitg. TUB AMKIUCA.IV PAT STOCK IHO' Km curalon* to OhlMgo rin Um Fe»»«y1« Um Ei camion fi cke ta will bo »old (o c*k°°Q No». l'Jth, Hth, lfilb, 191b, and 23rd, 1888, from nil principal » on tbe l'tnoaylvania Lin« west of IV Itartf, at low round trip rafea. For 10 fur mat ion apply to lb* tear at I'mm or Ttck«i Ageut of ibo Pennsylvania Ui Itright, Intrrnting, JSVi«jr~7V DAY REGISTER. DIB». CLINTON—Wedncedey, Nwnnltrr M ID J TMo'cUxk p m , WILI.Ii M H. luiiroMr'r rear«. The bo^WllI tM UltB on lb» » 'h I ■ naj B. .V O. R. K , this (Saturday) morning (<* 4 nient si firaflon, W. V». Rervloea tt ■ K. church at 1 p. in. FrlniJ» ar<- Invited tend. gtw &dvntl*emtnis. T 1ST OF LETTERS Remaining In the Porto»'-« at Whi*!'.oi wniitf, W.V*. Hatnrd«*., Htrrrm'^r I I* obtain any of the folloirlnn, the applleaai ■ a«k tor adverllaed lclUrn, flvlu* du» LA DIM. Dehu, Mlai Minnie MeUtar. Ml« Iter» Uoiahuwr. MU* Rlla M ore. Mm < !•/» Kunc, Mr*. 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Prices Are Absolutely Beyond All Competition. Being so well aware of this fact ot; selves, we invite you to verify the assertion I) comparing our goods and prices with am thing to be found, elsewhere; then to thin] of the almost illimitable variety that youhavf here from which to select. See our WONDERFUL STOCK OF overcoats! Table after table piled high with fine Satin Liners, Meltons, Beavers, Chinchillas Kerseys, Elysians, Whitneys, Shetlands, am Fine, Soft, Luxurious Montagnacs, the rief est and nobbiest of top coats. We wen never in a position to serve our customers s well as just now. Hurry up and join thi throng of pleased buyers who daily crow* our stores. M. GUTMAN & CO, Mammoth Clothiers, SIX FLOORS. RETAIL DEPARTMENT) PLUSH COATS -AJTD— ■JACKETS CLOTH JACKETS lEWHIHETi —0*— EASY WEEKLY —OB— MntlU rwtiti HOUSE & HERRMANN* MAX MOTH FURNITURE, CARTKT AO STO?I OftBHT WW«. %«ru vim s rcMci r. a. MtraMi mnnurc****