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! WHENEVER It happens—as it occasionally does—that silly people try to make l>elieve that they can undersell ns, it doesn't worry lis a single iota. No; it merely "stlength ens our nerves and sharpens our skill.'' Winter Suits and Overcoats ! It's no easy thing to give you much of an idea— unless you call and see'em—ot the variety we have for you, this season. Novelty after novelty, side by side.j As we say, you must vsce them to sense their worth. I Cloths—most of them—that you'll find nowhere else. Verily, a gnind stock of high-class-low-price Clothing. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. "Anything^ do for a child" isn't our way. Just us much care that the smaller-sized garments shall be neat and graceful and well-made as that the men's clothes shall be. Various fabrics; full line of sizes; re markably low prices. "We enjoy attempted competition. Our KT<M K OF OVKKCOATK which whs mowotl down duriug lh<< l»Mt Third line of Grry l'hinehilla» ju«t iu. D. Gundling & Co., STAR CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, 30 TWELFTH STREET. Sintis ta. QR.GEO. J.CADDLE, SURGEON DENTIST, Bf». WIS Market Nireet. Dollar Sarings Bank. ap3o*d SJrj taads. N. JACOB». I. IMKNBERU mi Now la the Helghth of the Season Oof Immense Stock OF LADIES', Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Flannels. Blankets. Comforts. Underwear. Hosiery, Knit Goods of all description, Plushes. Velvets. Broadcloths and Sackings, Tricote. Henrietta Cloths. Cash meres and all other Dress Goods. BUT M3RE ESPECIALLY ON UPS, We refuse no reasonable offer on same. Right at this present time, when you need the ahove goods we make this GREAT REDUCTION And don't wait until you are fully supplied. --for holWTresents Spocia' annu lions aud very low price*. €ho ce. Fresh Country Feat h< r* 60c. a round. Cheap Ecornants, alt kinds new each day. lacobs & Isenberg, 1154 to 1158 Main Street. P. 3.—Extraordinary Inducement in Flash ' ;ar meut*. Half price on all Cloaks nn'>4 GLÜSING SALt OF ladies' Misses' and Children's CLOAKS l.OOO Children'« Cloaks at Cost. f>00 Misses' Cloaks at Cost. 250 Ladies' Newmarkets at Cost. 50 Seal Plush Coats at Cost. 25 Modjeskas at Cost. 10 Seal Plush Jackets at Cost. 500 Cloth Jackets at Cost. Kemcmber that this sale includes all the New Styles airivel of late. Call Early to Avoid the Rush. Ij. S. Groocl, 1125 and 1127 Main Street. wa'H H0LE8ALE DEALEK Sweitzer and Limbarger Cheese. EDWAB1» WAUXEK, No. 2109 Mala Street. 4V*Orlen by mail will receive prompt nt wnÜDn. anJ9»b Stywlintj &e$\sUt, YESTERDAY IN THE CITY. ThirmomiMr Keourd. Mr. 0. Schnepf, the Opera Houae drug g st, Blade Ibe following otoerratioas ot J the temperature Fridaj: 7 a. m., 42; He, 43, 12 dl, 45; 3 p. m., 46; 7 p. m , 43. Weather, changeable. Indu I* Hew AdmtlMUMli. ncoxD fa sa. Wanted—Men for United State« Army. For Sale aud for Kent-W. H. Binehart. • ireet Cloak Cut—Geo M. Snook A Co. «i^-ra Uou«e—Kate Puiseell , Decorated Dinner Ware-Swing Bros. K«r Cincinnati—Steamer I.ouis a. Sherley. l'iaiMM tor Reot— K. W. Baumer Js Ca Table Cutlery—Neehitt A Bro. Try IM1 Cou «h Syrup—K. H. List Kiae Diamona« a Specialty—I. O. Dillon & Co* McLain'» Pectoral Syrup— McLaJn Bros. Attention. Hoiliday Pom, Sa l-\ G. A. K. K. of P. Funeral Notice. roratH raoa Special Meeting—Tray el en' Protective Aaro datioD. chri.ttmas P. Behrens. List of Letters. Religious Notices. Great Sale of Clothing-Bankrupt Clothing Company. A.O. V. W. Funeral Sot ice. ALL the C- L. & G. Books for season of '88-'t», «old separately or in sets, by Stan tow A Davinpobt. L. S. Good sails Drj Goods Um cheapest I» A SMALL WAY. rh« New« of the I>»y Pointedly Far», graphed for Hasty I te »der«. 0»t diel of trust was admitted to record at Clerk 1 look'scffiee, yesterday. Thk police made 138 arrests daring No vember. B. H. Swart/, recently appointed a no tary public, bas given bond, with A. B. Caldwell a? surety in $2.">0. D. S. Thobsbl bo yesterday qualified àg administrator of the (state of John rborobarg. dcceaxd. Bond, $1,000; D. M. Thornburg surety. At yesterday's session of the Board of Commis» ioners permission was granted the Wheeling Fair Association to meet in the rooms of the Beard, Monday evening. Thk Kt-nna Clob will meet at tbe ball, orner Sixteenth and Market streets, this tveniog at 8 o'clock. Thk owner of the carloal of biled hay, on the siding near the LaBelle mill, will dod it non est if he don't look after it. The boys are having lots of fun with it. The funeral of tbe late Thomas Bay less will take place to-morrow afternoon at 1:30 oV'ock. Thk membre of Holiday I'oet G. A. R., are celled to meet this evening, for the purpose of tletting cUlcers. Thk members of Ohio Valley Lodge, No. 31. K. of P., are called to meet at half-past twelve to-morrow afternoon, to unite in paving the last tribute of re-pect to the la'ejCbarlei Githo. t&Q Jknn i K Reynolds was arrested bo Con stable Wilcox, last evenirg. Thk menib?rs of LaBelle Lodge, No. 2, A. O. U. W., are called to me.t at their hall Sncdty s lie moon, at 2 o'clock sharp, to attend tbe funeral of their late brother, l'huma* K. Bayîe«. 8n-l>Y of the International Sunday School lesson, a( 5 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. parlors. Thk regular Young Men's meetings will *>e he:d at the Y. M. C. A. building at 7:30 o'clock tbis evening and 4 o'tlock Sau Jay «fterooon. Thk orphans' at tbe North Wheeling Orphan Asylnui enjoyed a treat of ire cr<«*ra from Mr. t»«o. L. Durst on Thinks giving day. Thk members of Poat B, T. P. A., are ntlUd to meet at their pulars in the Mc Lure H«miso, at H o'clock th's evening, to trarsict important bnsin<ss. A M raiCAL and literary entertainment will be g*veu this evening at Wesley M. E Chapd, in th*Eghth ward, and asplendid programme has been arranged. a Bishop Warben eay*: "ChaplgpMc C»be's 'Bright Side of Life jirLibby Prison' is full cf laughter and two." At Fourth Street M. E Courchufxt Thurs day. Admission 35 cents; chÉBren 25. POINTS ON PEWLI. Movements of OltUen» and (Ib Coming and Going of Strar.jc«$«. Pro'. 0. A. Armstrong, JÜ; cipalof the W<st Liberty State NormaîW-bool, is in the city attending the Iastitoflk Mr. Al>3. Cohen, of Cincinnati is visit ing Mr. B. Roeensteic. Max Hts«, a popular young geim^an of the East End, who is with B A. Elliot the w*ll-known Pittjburg tljrist, is home on a visit to h's mother. S. W. Mathews and wife, of Mounds ville, were at the McLure yesterday. Col Robert McTldowney, of New Mar tinsville, registered at the McLure yester day. Sheriff I. G. Hurst, of Jefferson county, was at the McLure over last night. Hei will go down to Charleston this morning. H. D. Pbippe and T. 8. Freeman, of Bethany; were at the McLure yesterday. Buy the SUND A Y REGISTER. Rargala Notkers Call and ex« mine the following special l>*ritains to da? : •25 piec's Silk Plush at 113 per yard, worth 6Pc. 75 piec» stripad and checked Anitinga (40 inches wide) at 31c per yard, worth •"»Oc. •20 piecw yard and a half wide, all wool c'otbs, atlWj per yard, worth 60c 25 piec?e (hUck) striped Henrietta cloth« and DeÂlnias at 83: per yard, re daced from 51 25. 100 piec s C*nton Fianrel at 5c p°r yard, loo pairs Clarksburg1 Ked) Blankets, at $115 par pair, worth $6.00 25 pic je« Stinten' j beat velvet Carpets, at X>c per yard, worth $1.25. 30 pieces Body Bruesalr, at 75c per yard, redncîd from $1 00. 15 piece« Koxbory and Stinsen's Tapes try Brnfse!?, at 65c per yard, worth 85c everywhere. The above price? are gcod for to-day only. Stone & Thomas. Ladies, if yon want a good sljoe buy the $2.00 Golden Bale »hoe. J. W. Amick & Co. 1,000 handsome, well-bound and print ed volume« on all subjects, in our 35 cent book section. By mail, 45c. Stakton & Davkxpoet. Ureat Turkey Raffle. There will be a gracd turkey raffle and luach at Henry Eichenbnrg's saloon, 1100 McColloch 8tiee\ this evening at 7 o'clxk. Ws display in our western windows beautifal hemstitched hsndketchisfr, 3 for _5cU; embroideried handkerchiefs 15c and 25c. Emsheimeh's, Eleventh Street. Ladiis' Extra High Cut Fine Button Shoe« $190, worth $2.50, at 8toxe's Cash Shoe Stork. Ws display in our eastern windows dress goods of all descriptions worked in pla'n tignrts. Call and see them at night by the light. Emjheimeb's, Eleventh Street. Ladies' Genuine Hand Sawed shoes, |3 00. J. W. Amick A Ca, 1143 Main Stnet. VACATED. JDDOI BOYD WITH DRAWS THÏ RESTRAIN ING 0?.D1R. Entered in Ropoose to Mr. Atkiuon's Petition of Wednesday—The Writ of Masdimu Still Hanging, and Certiorari Applied for. Tb« l(x*i! R-publican leaderâ were a Mil eyed «ad lugubrious lot, yesterday. Tie prooeedirgs Inaugurated by them in the Circuit Ooait, Wtilneeday, by the burred filing of papers which lud been prepared and laid sway on a shelf a week or ao bsfors, turned oat in a way which made them aick, and at noon, when thej filed ont of the Coait IIouw, their solemn visages and the uaiet earnestness which cbaracten^jd their converaotion made the crowd look like it was a National conven tion of andeitakcre, taking a rettse for dinner' To be knocked ont so easily on one short rcttnd, dewz'ed the gentlemen who have been crowding up bebind Mr. Atkinson in an tfl'jrt to aid him in securing a go jd hold on something be was not entitled to. Ei pecially wer-.- they disposed to "blest»'' their lack, after having so carefully, and, as was supposed, with sach infinite wi» dom, cbo-en the legal grounds cpwi which they were to stand in their last endeavor to turn down Congressman Pendleton. The way countenances lengthened ont, in the Conrt room, when Jodge Boyd an nounced the setting aside of the restraining order, wes fnnny. Tee Republicans had crowded into the Conrt room, and were general lyoccapyicg front seats, fiom which points of vantage they had hoped to wit ness the total discomfiture of the Board of Commissioners and Democrats generally. When the announcement was made, they Sled mournfully cut, and their disappoint ment was marked enough to bring t?ars to the eyes of a pet ito. Affer a whiie tßey recoverea euougu iu "wonder what had biea done with the cer tificates oj election," and for the mcceed ing hours of tbe afternoon they almost for got their great grief in skurryiog aroand town and bntton-holing talks in a confi dential way in the bopeot ascertaining the whereabouts of the papers. Many were the yarn* told to the bewildered Republi cans. They were told the papers had been sent off by special mewenger, that they h9d been sent by mail, that they were going by ex prêts, that they were in the custody of the members of the Board of Commissr'oaers, that C erk Woods had them, th-»t they were locke 1 op in this vault *nd in that, and by dusk the howlers of frand were in quite a state of mind, and weie filling the air with wild threats of what they were going to do in certain con tingencies. Gentlemen were to be arrested for contempt of Court, have mnd thrown at them in the Intctligenerr, held op to pub lic execration, and so on ad lib. For their wails and threats the Demo crats calmly returned the eunniest of smile«, and the awuraace that "all was well." The long array of extraordinary legal remedies invoked by the Republicans caused a good deal of fun amoDg Demo crats. Said ore gentleman, last evening: "Lst's s e, they have prohibition, certiorari and mandamus — every thing enept habeas corpus. ' ' The Republican inquiry as to the where abouts ot the certificates of election wap, of course, ioepired by a desire to persist in their policy of delay, aad prevent, is pos sible, the issuance of a certificate by the Governor to the enci-#*ful candidate. This bas bean their aim all along, and they kept it up to the lost. THE PROCEEDINGS Hart In the Circuit Court, Bofore Judge Boyd, Yextfrday. As was anticipated, there was a large audience pie;ent in Part Two of the Cir cuit Cjurt, Judge Boyd, yesterday corn ing, anxious to see aad hear what might take place in the matter of tic petition for the writ of mandamus and reetrain iog order tworn out by G. W. A'kijftjß^ on iirnUIHIMii i| im u I oird of Commis tioners were^Hi, Tiard promptly, headed by President Gruse, and with them came J. D. rawing, special counsel tor the Board, and Hod. Alfred Caldwell, counsel ljr Mr. Pendleton. Of gentlemen interested on the other side there were present Mr. Atkinson hiiu self, Messrc. Hugos an l Russell, his coun sel, and Chairman W. J. W. Cowden. When the matter came cp, Mr. Eawell made application for a writ of certiorari, jâ an addition to the legal steps alrujj* taken. To th:a Mr. Ew'ng objected,1 on the ground that the pluutiffi alrmri : had a suit in this Court, in vol viiuriffie same matters and the same p-MfygpTTd jt would be proper to dispoi&jjfcmnirprior case be Uljljeotgrmitii^w^ranew oce. UoTifiWI (or the Board the a demurred to the petition presented to this Court, Wedne«1ay, upon the ground that it did not cimc'ly state th; facts, and was followed by Mr. Caldwell, who addressed the Court at omsiderable length on a motion to s9t as=de the order which had been entered in Court, retrain ing the commissioner* from forwarding their certificates to tbe Govercor, which order, he said, was not proper, and h id be> n improvi dently awarded. Procwsdiog, he said the Governor was not tied down to the cartifi entes, in any casa. The phintiffj hsd sud denly come to the conclusion that they could not maintain a writ of prohibition, which was what this restraining order amounted to, and that was why they had turned up Willi a icq nest for certiorari The whole matter was dimply an efl'ort to delay action; it was anomalous, and bad no precedent. He scored the patition pre sented to J edge Boyd, Wedneeday, and said the people who had drawn the piper and tbe «eotleman who h*d sworn to it, knew there had been no refusal to grant or sign a bill of exceptions, wliea they had got up their 1 tile docutneat. He asked the Conrt to take up the matter it tbe be ginning—at its threshaold— and disposa of it Mr.Caldwell was followed by Mr. Ewinjr, who said, in regard to proceedings by man damus, that nnqutst ouably.wbei a proper ease aas be?n made cut, a writ of mandamus could »sue to compel an inferior Cmit ta sign proper b ll of exejptiona; bat in this caee he did not think a proper case had been made. He citad a number of author ities, and pointed ont that th?rc wer» only two cast* in which a mandamus wonld be proper. Oce was when a proper bill of exceptions, correctly stating the facte, had been made and presented to tbe Court with • reqnts-. to siga it,which request had been refused ; and the other was where tbe Court, in refusicg to sign the bill, conceded that it was a proper till, but would have cost ing to do with any bill. Neither of these case« was* the preseut eitustion. and the plaintiffs were net in condition to aek for a mandamus. It they were agrieved tbey were, up>n a proper presentation of a propar ca«e, enti tled to a writ of certiorari, bat there was no present grounds for mandamus or prohibi tion. No precedent cool1 be found f«r the writ of prohibition: on tha other hand, in such a matter, this Cjurt had na jurisdic tion over the Board. That Court had ■imply erred, and that was the substance or ti>e allegations here made. In conclud ing Mr. Ewirg raid tbe Governor was making ecquuies about the certi ficate«, thinking ihey hid teen already nndnly delayed. If be should make a de mand for the papert«, tbe Board would ba in a dilemma. With th« Eit-co ti?e branch of the government polling ono w»y. and the Jndicial branch another, tbe Bjard wonld be in an nnpleeant position. Mr. Russell replied to the coaneel for the Board and Mr. Pendleton at caatider able length. He defended tho petiUon I V which had been present»!, wjine, on the point of refusal to sign, that the Board which wonld meet next Monday, to which time it was contemplated ti ajoura the hill öf ex (Options, wonld hive very differ ent fonctions from tbote iniident to the examination of the re turne. If in the meantime the certificates had be« tent off, and it was then diecovered by the Board, that its functions under the statnte had ceased, as regarded the returns, his aide wonld have been shutout He charged, in concluding, that counsel for ttfe Board were now aceiing delay; or at leist panning a policy which must re sult in delay, and announced h's anxiety to more along with the matters at issae with the utmoet powible rapidity. At tfce conclusion of Mr. Russell's argu ment Mr. Caldwell rose to reply, bnt be was clucked by the Gonrt, who said toe restraining order bod been issued Wednes day, without any consideration or knowl edge of the facts. He bad donbted the proprio y of it at the time, and fow lis was satiefled it should not have been is soed. Tne motion to dismiss the manda mu.% however, was denied, and counsel for the Board was given nntil 3 p. m. to answer. Mr. Rttsseil thftn asked for & considera tion of the wril of certiorari, bnt Mr. Oaldweil maintaicfed the floor, he having been mereiy interiupted by the Court in announcing the dismissal of the retrain ing order, and after addressing the Court, fi!ei an o*ject;on to the considera tion of the application for certiorari, which the Cjurt overruled. Mr. Earing, who followed, said be did not tlfnk the B)ard was particularly interested, more than any other inferior Court, ia the certiorari proceeding*, and that their presence wes not essential. This was tacitly agreed to, arid the members wandered ont, while Mr. KuèStll busied biimelf with the preparation of a formal applicat oa for a writ of certiorari This was presented just at noon, and Mr. Caldwell, address ing the Court upon it, saying it was an other effort to get a restraining order witbouta right or proper method being pur sued. The thing was an et tempt to have a certiorari stand as an injunction or re straining order until a real writ could be got at, something for which there was no justification. The purpose was an illegit imate one, and he asked that the writ be cot allowed until the record was con cluded Mr. Rusîll waived argument, and asked the Court to at once pafs upon the application. Upin consideration, the Comt granted the writ, and fixed the bond at $:>ÜO Mr. Russell then drew the order, and it w*s entered. The writ of certiorari is returnable Mon day morning at haU-p?st nine o'clock, and notice thereof was served oa the members of the Board. The time within whicn counsel far the Board must reply to the petition for the writ of mandamus, originally made to ex pire at 3 p. ra., je tsrday, was further ex tended in the afternoon until 11:30 this morning. '•UNDER THE PALMS." A Large Andlooce At the Oper» House, and a Fine Perforiuauce. Tha Opera Hons? wis ciowded, last evening, with tin friends of the pnpila of the Eoglish Lutheran Sunday School, and the members of tha congregation, the cc cision lmn^tbe rendition of the Scriptural Cantata, "Under the Palms,'' one of the beet of Gaorse F. Root's' productions in that line. The rendition of tha work was a success in every particular, and after the cn'tsin went down, at the end of the closing chorus, there were hearty con gratulations oa every side at the happy outcome of the eff>rt to provide a lire! cla*s musical entertainment. The Cantata was produced under thf direction cf K«v. E. H. Domblaser, the pastor, and Mr. E W. Danaway, with Miss Luln Btyha as pianist. Etch of these cîrtied oat thsir allotted task to perfection, Miss B»yha beirg very judi cious* and bappv in the d'tb;utt work ol going through the Cmt«ta with bo many non-professional vccil'ste. Thesoloieti were: Sopranos, Misa Au nie E Meyer, who saug ' () Shepherd, Wbo Leadest." "Bletsed he Thy Glorious," "My Soul the Savior's," "O, Church ol Christ," and the obligata in the finale, "We are Marching to Z on," and Miss Lizzie Eg»fter, whostPtr, "When the Lord Turned Atrain," "We If«ruember the Graves " "I Was Glvl," and the obligata àg the finale. The alu«s were Miss l/z/.ie Huer and M;ss Minnie D«*lo?; the tenor MfltWm. M. Clements, and the lm«jO. S. Sihint't. Jas H. Laoiasfer and I'rof. A. E^yraight. The choir corsiswd of twen ty fvrtjfyocn;; ladie« of the school. Many of the forty-eight cumbers in flic cautan'a were exceptionally well render ed, tin finale beicg worthy of especial menpn. W* display in our eastern window; lunrffa at 49c and up. GO-inchlong wrapt fl greatly reduced prices Emshejmkb's, Eleventh Slreet. ImpostII) French Tienne Papers in al shades, at wholesale or retail, by Stanton & Davknpobt. All the telegraphic and local ncirs of Ihedai arc published in Ihe S UN I)A Y REGISTER Gentlemen's Oennice Cork Sole shoes Best shoe made for winter wear. J. W. A MICK & Co., 114:1 Main Street. The SUND A1* REGISTER is ahcay intercut ing. Buy a copy. A good assortment of Fine Pocke Kuives and Sciwors. All warranted, nt Stanton & Davbnpobt's. LadirV Fine Flexible Kid and Morocct Button Shoes $1.50, worth $2.00, at Stone's Cash Shoe Stobe. Great Turkey ItafHe. There will ba a graud tuikey raflle anr lunch at Usury E Orenburg's saloon. lltM McColloch street, this ever ing at 7 o'clock Mlnnehali* and Famous Flours Bake Mors Bread Than Any Other Flour Manufac tared. For sale by all grcccis. Inquire for tbe*< superior Honrs and lake no others. Bj using Famous Baking Powder with fhes< flours you will never ba^e bid bread 0: cake*. Be eure you gat Fanons Bahicj Powder. Free sample cans for trial. Labor ncirs is an interesting feature of th S UN DA Y REGISTER. I CAN highly reeommoDd to all wbo an troubled with biliousaesi, sick beadach and loss of appetite, the celebrated Swia Stomach Eitlere as one of the best of med icines. When first recommended tn me was suffering from the ab3ve,jand alte taking three bottlei have baen entire); cared, and have gained ten pounds 11 weight Veiy respectfully, Als ram Bass. 77 Nineteenth St., Pittsburg, S. S., Pa. For sale by Logan k Co. I/O>k for tSe Big Shoe. Our $1.00 School Shoes for Children ar cheap at $1 25 Stone's Cash SnoE Stobe. We display in our eastern windows Sill Plashes from 49jc np, Mufflers from 25 np, for to-day and Monday only. Emsheimeb's, E'eventh Street Special Cloak Sale We will offer for to-day the followini bargains in Cloaks: 50 Ladies' Cloaks at $1 99, reducei from $5 50, $6.00 and $7.00. 50 Ladies1 Cloak« at $6 89, formel price $7 00, $7 50 and fS 00. 100 Ladies' Cloaks a\ $8 89, formel pries $9 00, $10 00 and $12 00. 50 Ladies' Cloaks at $10.93, rtdocec from $12 50, $15 00 and $18 00. Call early as they will cot lait long al above prices. Stone & Thomas. Bright, Interesting, Newsy—Thf SUN DAY REGISTER. THE LAST DAY. A SrLENDtD LKCttRB BÏ DR SCHAK7FKR BKDS TUB PBABODY INSTIIUIB. A Big Attendasr» »t All thi Semons Ysslerday— Interesting Talk bj th# Instructor»—A Successful Oos«. Um Pea body Teacher* I ostitute, which has been io session for tbe pest two d»ys, cloeed l«t evenirg, and it is generally prononr cei by nil who attended its sessions to be one of tbe most interesting they have evf r attended, aod the gcod it has accom plished is nntold. Groat credit is dae State Snpt. Morgan, Sapt Anderson, aod other* who bad it in charge, and Dr. Men denball and Dr. 8cbaefTer h »re the thanks of all for their splendid instruction and lectures. Tbe interest in the work of these institutes is increasing year by year, and next year it is expected tb:U th« In stitatb will be more largely attended tban this, aod if it is, a oiuch larger ball will necessarily have to be see a red to accommo date the people. Yesterday's rêvions were attettfei by a great many tMcher« and others interested in educational work from SUubenville, Wellsburg, Martin's Ferry, Btllaire and other point*, and the liveliest interest was manifested by all. Th* Morning Seeston. The morning session opened about 9 o'clcek with prayer by Kev. W. H. Cooke, D. D., after which th« pnpils of Washing ton school sing a sorg. Dr Schatffrr was then introduced, and he continued bis lect ure of the previous day on "Things Noi Worth Knowirg," showirg that many tbiogs arc often iHOght that arc really not necessary, and only have tbe effect of crowding oat ether things that are iovalu able. Tbe lecture contained many good points and was li-tîntd to with cloee at tention. After the Washington school pupils had sung another song, a pupil of the primary department of the same school delivered a declamation. ETp ] "CCRSS Dr. Mendenhall was next introdccd acd he proceeded to finish hie lecture of Thurs day on "Physical and Mathematical Ge ography," and he succeeded in clncidf ting many points on this interesting sabject, explaining among other things the manner in which the weather reports are made np. His aodience was nery ranch interested in the subject and appr«c'ated its excellence fully. This ended tha morning session. Afternoon S«s»lon. Ths aft îrnoon session, which opened at two o'clock, was one of the mcst interest ing of the Institute, and ths atteudanca was îargs. Dr. Mendenhall opened on "A Now Method of Literary Analysis " This method w.-u bnt recently discovered acd i* based on the observance of the wcrks of a great many famous writer«. A certain number of wordo, s*y one thou sand, are selected from the work cl' a cer tain author, and the one, two, Ihne and four syllable words are singled out and added together in a certain way, forming a diagram or Hue, which the"8feaker explrined by a drawing on the blackboird. It has alweys been lound that this number of words selected from a bo^k written by any certain author and worked out in the manner stated, gives the same mjnlts, and thus the author of a certain took could be discover ed by the experiment bairg made with words from another of his works. Dr. Mendenball thought tlr's would be tbo cor rect means ot settling the great contro versy a* to whet'ier Snakespeare wrote the works accredited to him or whether they are the woîks of Picon. I):. SckatflVr followed in a talk on the cultivation of the sense?. Me spoke espe cially on the sense* of sight, unell and hearing, end demonstrated how they could all ba coluvated to become much sharper, by prop.-r practica. He dwelt upon eis eases ol the eye, and f-howt-d how tu former times many peop1« were supposed to have braiu troublewhen «correction of their imperfect eyesight, by tfcc use of glasses, remedied tbe troub'e. Dr. Mendeuhall closed the afternoot session with u talk on the habits ol Japanese, referring particularly to the customs of the pupils in too schools. A* the Japanese language is a charactai language, the student who receive« what we would call a common schoeil education, would have to be ma«ter of al least three thousand different characters, their names ard oses. THE EVENING LECTURE. The room was filled to over (lowing in tb< evening to listen to Dr. Schattier delivei his lecture on "Manual Training," ant many who conld not get seats, nor hardlj a plaça to stand, were compelled to leave As has btea htited, I>r. Scbaeffer is one c a cammittee appoint ?d by tbe State o Pennsylvania to investigate the snbject atd he is thoroughly familiar with all it branches, details »ni its practical result* lie went en to speak of the great need o manual training in the pnllic schools, firs' t iking np tbe subject of cookiog as tangh in eoiue schools ot the country to the gir Scbo'are. He spoke especially of one schoo ' iu Pittsburg wbero the art of cookiog ii tnight and the grent BOccdKS the innova tion his met with. He saidthat upon in vestigation it had been generally fjund that when a girl had refused to take s course in this department on the ground* that she wus thoroughly familiir witl kitchen wo*k, the family suffered from poo 1 cookirg. He also spoke of schools when girls were taught to cut oot all the gar meets wora by them and pat them to ' gether, and what n great advantage it wa1 ta them and to tlieir parents. In speaking of manual training for boys he referred to a numbarof srbools in Phlla delphia, P.altimcre, New York, Chicag« and other cities where the system has beei ictroduwd and what glorious results havi b ca achieved by if. There are teo man] meo, said he, waiting to secure vacan ( clerkships and other positions c that kind and not enough skill ed labor ta fill our macbin< , shops and other trade* There shouH be . no need for importiag l'jreign skilled workmen, and thera would cot ba if tbi I .system of manual training ware introduced into the schools of Um country. There Ate hundreds of boja who go to school and •re not particularly bright in their sludie*, who posâtes Sue mfcbao.'cil talents, and if they bod tfce opportunity to cultivate them, woo Id make skilled machinists or other artisans. Now God has givsa as all the« gifts of mental and physical power and they certainly should be caltirated, and in thinking of the glories of ths Creator we should not forget that Jesus Christ himself worked at the carpenter's beach unt l He was thirty years old. I hope foe the day when thé putPic schools of ths country will be supplied with sppliaotei necessary to afford the youth of the country a chance tocDltivatetheir talents and abilities. D> Sbattler was loudly applauded, and his lecture wis pronounced by alt ss one cf the most instructive and interesting they had listened ta At its conclusion s quartetts composed of Messrs. Hammond, Bullaid, Parker snd Beaumont Fang a son?, Miss Annie Hess played a piano solo. Master Alfiel Spoil played a violin sola, aod was compel]« d to answer an enocre, after which State Superintendent of Schools Morgan made a short addrers, thanking all for their assist ance, and assuring them that spMiil efforts would be made to hare a »Ucctsjfnl insti tute next yesr. Re*. D". Cooke pro nonnced the heurdiction, alter which the assemblage dispersed. 'Tis a real happiness to sew, now that we hare "Mile End." Buy (he SLNDA Y REGISTER to nor row. Our Cloak Department. For want of room we are obliged to keep onr reserve stock of wraps in onr hastment, which is heated and well lighted, bot ladies will find samples of all onr etjleaon the first floor, all at reduced prices, which they will quickly appreciate when shown. Emshkimsr'h, ElBTcath8treet. M kn's Fine Sewed Seamle.ss Gaiters |1 JH), worth $2 00, at Stone's Cash Shoe Stork. gfllgious gotirçs. ST. LUKE'S P. F- CHURCH, SOUTH PENN Street—Rev. H. H. Morrell, D. D., Rector. Services aUO 30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday School at 2:00 p. m Wffll.EY M. E. CHURCH—REV. D. L ASH, piiator. PreachlUK Sunday at 10::» a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday school at 2:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. ZANE STREET M. E. CHURCH - REV. C. B. Graham, pa«lor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. frayer meeting Sunday at 6:00 a. m., and Sunday 7.-00 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Twen tieth and Market Streets-Rev. William H. Cooke, D. D., pastor. Service« at 10:30 h. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at U.-00 a. m. All are welcome. First English evangelical luth eran Church—Rev. E. H. Dornblaser, pastor. Services to morrow at 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:00 p. m. Young People's meeting after evening fervice. ST. MATTHEW S P E. CHURCH-CORNER Fifteenth and Ohapline street*—Kev. R. R. Swope, D. 1»., Rector. Services at 10:3'» a. m and 7.30 p. m. Rev. J. E. Wood will oflieiate at both morning and evening service«. Third presbyterjan church (eighth Ward)—Rev. L. W. Barr, pastor. Services to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. rn. Sabbath School at 2 p. m. Subject of morning s-rmon, "Snceeas," the first scnnon;in asetieson "Succets inLtle." EHRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-REV. D. A. Cunningham. D. D., pastor. The p»s tor, Rev. D. A. Cunningham, D. D., will preach at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school ai '.• OOa. m. Mission school at 2:30p. in., Eighteenth streot, above Jacob. ( 111 A PLINE STREET M. E. CHURCH—REV. \J W. G. Rihcldaffer, j»a.-tor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sabbath school, in fautdepartment, at 9:00 a. m., advanced detri ment al 2:00 p. m. Young People's meeting hiin day at 3:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:15 o'clock. /CHRISTIAN CHURCH (CENTRE WHKEL ing). Elder N. L. Atwood. pastor. Serviocs at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9 00 a. m. Prearbing morning and evening by l'nif. J owling, of Bethany College. La Belm mission at 2:30p. m I'rajer meeting topic. "On What Doos My Soul Feed." T. JjUrc ^dürrtisfmfnts. P. A. -SPECIAL MEETING. Post B., T. P. A. will hold a special meeting at their Parlor in the McLurc House, this evening at 8 o'clock. Business of importance to l>e trans acted. After the meeting a baunuet will lie held. A. O. MAXWELL, I'rest A. T. HUPP. Secretary, j delq Q.ENERAL NOTICE. 7b the Mtmbcr* oj 1/iIU /♦ Ixxlgr, 4V<». 1, A. O l\ W. You are hereby notified to meet at our Hall, comer of Jacob and Thirty sixth streets, Sunday afternoon, December 2, at 1 o'clock sharp, to at tend the ftineral of Brother Thomas K. Baylc« Sister lodge« are re»poctftilly Invited to attend. A. J. BrHVLTZK, WM. C. DICKMAN, Kecorder. Master Workman. deleqd<i c CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Drafts on 800 places In Europe. Money orden delivered to any house in Europe at lowest ratti at H. F. BEHRENS' European Steamship Agency, del 2217 Msrket Street. J^IST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Postofflce at Wheeling, Ohle county, W. Va., 8aturday, December 1.18SR. T< obtain any of the following, the applicant musi ask for advertised letters, giving dal«: LADIM. Coleman, Mrs, Jean M le hens, Mit* Mam'e ErerharV Mrs. Saline McKown, Miss Iiirdie Geissler' Miss Ema K y an. Miss Maggie Hall, Mrs. Lucy G. Sanders, Ml*« Maggie Luvel, Mrs. Mury Wolf Mrs. Jennie BEMTLXMXN. naggs. Wm, Goodman, Charlie Bsukherd. S. E. H aid man 8. P. Cracraft, Chas. Hynei, Louis Daveny, Jno. R. Jennings. J. P. Dougherty, Pii'.rick L»aley, George E'liott, Ike Metiner. George Fox, John A. Moore. H.A. Gibbons, A. J. Reynolds, Thomas roxfciex. AlicnUer, W. Kilroy, J urn es 2 Deisler. W. McJurle, J. F. Hop»', Mr* L. D. Peters, Jean Kadel, Wilhelm Tomkluron, George 3 FIRMS. i J Halîock & Co. I MIRTH LANK? IS. Prohibition Button. » ROBERT SIMPSON, P. M. PLUSH COATS! -AND -JACKETS CLOTH JACKETS and IEWMARKETS —ON— EASY WEEKLY Mlltllj flJMtil! —AT— HOUSE & HERRMANN'S, MAMMOTH FURNITURE, CARPET AND STOVE CREDIT HOUSE, 1QOO Main Street. I WOPEH CXTIL S O'CLOCK P. M. IATIJBB1IVITU11 O'CLOCK P. H.1 * Oro[t»»to anJ ß»Hi—jB. »nmna * ti. M. GÜTMAN & CO. We have just left behind us a week of trade wind, ought to make any Clothing House in America feci happy. We've good cause lor Thanksgiving. The Old est Clothing House in the State is -BOOMING like real estate in Denver, and don't you forget it. We do not call attention to our success in a spirit of Imast fulness, we mention it only because success in business is an indication of fair dealing, and we feel that the lilu eral patronage bestowed on us for a third of a cent nic has been deserved by our untiring efforts to furnish the public the l>est in the market at the LOWEST PRICES. The active business alluded to above made l»i<; gaps in our stock, and to lill them up one of our linn has been in New York for the past week, and to-day we again offer you a full line of every desirable thing in Wearing Apparel for Man or Boy. We show you more and better OVERCOATS AND SOITS ! For Men and Boys, than all the clothing stores in Wheeling combined. We offer them to you at a less price and guarantee quali ties. If you want to distinguish yourself from Tom, Dick and Harry, let us furnish you with your garment*. We don't stick to the old style crowd of clothing. Ours arc tailor marie and you caù't tell them from what tail ors charge double what we get, and we charge you nothing for the Elegant Style that marks all of our Tailor-made Goods. M. GUTMAN & CO., Mammoth Clothiers, SIX FLOORS. RETAIL DEPARTMENT. WHAT LIBERTY VAS TO PATRICK HfflfRY, Electricity to the Immortal Morse, AND VICTORY TO THE SOUL OF STONEWALL JACKSON, A Rushing, Driving, Live, Wide Awake Business is to the The people of this community are quick to appreciate a good bargain offering, as was evi denced by the throng of buyers that crowded our store to overflowing all week, and taxed the combined energies of our entire Corps of Salesmen to suplv their demands. Hundredsof Chinchilla Overcoats at $3.50, #4.50, $5 and $6, worth twice the money, left our Store and we have hundreds more left. Any quantity of Fine Dress and Business Suits at $5, $6, $7 and $9, were sold and we have thousands more to sell. THE PEOPLE WENT WILD Our Kerseys, Meltons and Castor Beaver Overcoats at $\o, $12 and #14, that other dealers consider cheap at ten dollars more money. Mothers were delighted at the low prices at which we are selling our Big and Little Boy's Suits and Overcoats. Suits and Over coats for Boys this week from 95 cents up. Workingmen, Mechanics and Farmers grabbed the cheap pants at 65c, 75c, $1 and $1.25, regardless of sizes, and we want to say right here that if in the rush any one got pants that are not the right size we will cheerfully exchange them. Fine Dressers become ecstatical when they see tkj Silk and Satin lined Overcoats at $ 12.50 $13.50 an<i §15.00, and the Prince Albert Suits and Cutaway frock Corkscrew Suits at §12.00 and §1100, equal to the betf custom made at §30.00. We are Receiving New Goods My Day and it will be Dojlars, Dimes and Cents saved to on every purchase at the Bankrupt Clothing Company, 1067 Main Street, STORE OPE II KVfRT EVEM1MQ, , . M 'iii' nrfcHÉèr ■■ lUW, *