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FOURTH PACE. S '.perfluou3 Hair Removed—Curtis Co. Wanted—Ladies fonHome Work, ! . ;. - Chance—Lincoln Co. Wa.ui u—Salesmen. W : >d State Managers. <a. i!—Traveling Salesmen. War * ii—Salesmen. V.T.i Reopen Monday—Joseph Ruch. Ni to the Public—City Health < i’S'.al Opera House—The Fast Mail. r>_ :ch Pitted Cherries — Albert fc1s Ac Co. N v.- Mountain Buckwheat—C. V. I ;r “h&Co. Notice—Social Postponed. Wanted—Salesman. Wanted— Horse. V. ...u;d—Students and Others. V.'. i‘ti—News Agents. St Resumed—Mt. de Chantal. * d— Position by Young Man. d—Situation as Drug Clerk. V .aied—Agents. FIFTH PAGE. (\ o Purses'—Geo. E. Stifel Ac Co. 1.adits’ Tailor-Made Boots—Alexun- ; der. Co turners—G. Mendel & Co. Chick oring Plano for Sale—F. W. Bumner Ac Co. Dre».~ 1’arade—D. Gundling & Co. i ic. ias in Shoes—J. H. Locke Shot' Company. i rollev Men and All Others—John Becker & Co.‘ SIXTH PAGE. New Ideas- -Stone Ac Thomas. SEVENTH PAGE. We’ii Furnish the Home—House Herrmann. TWELFTH PAGE, r- > Household Furnishers—White. Handley & Foster. rNvi.ir Geo. M. Snook Ac Co. The Trinity of Qualities—O'Kane Ac Co. •me of the New Things—Geo. M. Snook & Co. ( no Price—The Leader. \I v r Mind the Weather—Krau^ Bros, i s. Jacki is. Furs—Egger. War £UI;?*Tm£ l&fpsfar. V.-ST VIRGINIA PRIBTING COMPSSY, I tTALISHETRS .AND PROPRIETORS. The REGISTER, embractn* Its several . nr.*, is entered at the Postofflce in Vliatlirg, W. Va.. as second-class matter. I opl- are very hot a: the v -‘ii r bureau. A eat pra> Seal joker in the man a been sending our "Cooler to *w weather bulletins. ps in England are very poor uni many ases failures. But our c: ‘ boun'eous. We have enough “Cooler weather for to-morrow," says the weather man. But who believes him? We have been fooled with that :• yachtsmen seem to be almost as i ch * at jaw” < aa the pugilists. This t rt thing . ems to be a prime requi te o' sportsmanship. r< ,c\- l that Spain has d cided upon policy of extermination with re , ,] to hi Cuban revolutionists. The ;> • .;>■<; > carry it out; first catch ie revolutionists and then try the ex I ,y be aore or less significant to noli- that while not long ago “Gentle ir n J;;u" Corbett was confident he would lick Prof. Bob Fitzsimmons in two rounds. has now graciously ex tended the limit to ten rounds. ;■ ■; ; . . I that the franchise for laying aa o .in cable between Hawaii and California, issued by the former goternmei . ought to carry itself with out ur. f [>• Diary aid from this coun try. v. par nership in such a cable en terprise word be apt to turn out just the sort of entangling alliance against which our fi;-.- President warned his in his last address. I i.- v« ' >u tnat it will not be loi until long distance telephoning will en tir y supercede the telegraph. Be tween N< w York, Boston and Philadel there are now about forty long d itaiu •• wires, and in the whole sys t ::j, v. i. a goes as far west as Chicago i.iii; Mitw lukoe, there are " .000 miles e ».:• I le Mid miles of wire, and the system is growing fast every my. Ti -re is mall doubt that the restric tions ..gainst the sale of American meats in Germany are prompted by political, rather than sanitary consider ations N< ver the less, the new regula ion. inscribed by Secretary Morton cone ' ni .g meat inspection are in ■ letut- lv■ wholesome: and one effect of their promulgation and rigid enforce ment will lx* to demonstrate to the sat •• on of impartial Germans them v* s -ha: t • discrimination a rainst American moats is simply another in * of deference to aganunism run « :.i vnwiun^ iiriTM tm\>. V .•». ueai has been done In Now Y r! and New England in the las: three ir:. to move consumptive cows from The dairy herds. This has begun to 1 vi i effect in the West, and the \ ood work ought to go on until the dis » i- l»as been exterminated throng h t?:: the country. r: \ lenoe goes to show that tuber cu. > is is almost universal. In Iowa ,.n ) Minnesota It exists to the same ex it that it has been found to exist in >, <w Ei ;kiud. and it must be extermin ated by the same means. The germs of disease have been found In the milk In many cases, and wherever a careful examination has been made the tests have been verified. It is sensibly pointed out that the -p, ,y ;o arrest the progress of consump tion among cows -ls*o stamp it out, and it would uppoar*that-this needs to be done everywhere. .Tiro longer -it is ne glccted the worse it is for those who own large herds where the disease spreads rapidly. SOUTH AFRICAN MINING BUBBLES, Speculative London and even France have gone-wild over South African min ing schemes engineered, it is said, by a multi-millionaire named Barney Bar nato, who was at one time an itiuereut juggler, and still seems to be a master hand at the art. The French, who were formerly con sidered the most thrifty and, so far as regards speculation, the most conserva tive of people, within the past few years seem to have plunged recklessly :r.d blindly into a wild ocean of stock ! jobbery. Forgetful, apparently, of their Panama experiences, they have thrown i way upwards of $1100,000,000 in com paratively worthless gold mining en terprise-; in South Africa, which have b.-en designedly unloaded upon them by unprincipled sons of that pertidions England they strive hard to outwit. They have listened with avidity to oiorles of mining camps bringing into ■ existence, with mushroom growth, cities of marvelous beauty and prosperity. They have flung their gold into the i "pools" with unsparing hand, and now mud to lose it all. When the crash shall come—and It cannot be long de layed—the blow will fall with an effect mere disastrous than that of the Pan ama collapse. Still. Johnny Crepaud can console himself that Speculative John Bull, of th- Loudon Stock Exchange, is largely ia the same boat, and misery loves any kind of company. The Board of Health lias proceeded v .:h such commendable caution since i was iroused to the smallpox situ ation some weeks ago. that it would be a very great pity now to risk a possible undoing of the good that has been done l proceeding too t'a^t in the matter of uomg away with the precautions wisely sen to prevent a sp: •. ad of the disease •a: h as closing thi schools and mar kets. At this period, when we are about a: the end of our troubles, the wise course would be to proceed coolly and judiciously and not risk another out break by try ing to hurry along too fast with the opening of the schools and markets. AllotT l’fcOt’LL. th»lly Chroulclo of the Movements of Intll vUIuhU. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hanes are visit ing relatives at Frededickstown, O. Mrs. J. \V. McXary and son Harry r turned home Friday after a mouth's visit at Bruce, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. George Dunbar are at t-diding the Exposition at Pittsburg this week. .-' ■cretary Parsons has earned, and is a out to take a vacation. He has been earnest and skillful in his duties, and :ke exchange wishes himself and Mrs. Parsons a pleasant trip atm a safe re turn. During his absence Brokers Swarthout, Beall. Delaney and Bogy will act as callers, and Mr. T. J. Qerahty will act as manager of the clearing h ise Denver Record. Mr. Gerahty w s formerly manager of the Union News Company of this city, and is a S' ntle man gre atly esteemed here. Robert Pekart has returned from an ex' mkd business trip through Penn Prof. Charles Fuess has returned from down the river points. Joseph Rectowald, of Pittsburg, is visiting in the city. Mrs. A. J. S ibert and daughter, of th? - city, are visiting friends in Burk hart. O. Miss May Zeigler, of Echo Point, and \Yru. Stcdtman leav< to-day for Niag ara Falls. Mrs. Conrad, who was stricken by panUysir while in church, is recover ing slowly. Miss Rose Hanlon, of McCulloch street, has returned from Pittsburg. Pett r Yochum, of the East End, is indisposed. M .-s \nuie Arbeni. of Fifteenth street, is on the sick list. V.at.-hnll Weave:', of the North End, I for Freaport, O., yesterday, on a hunting expedition. Miss Lillie Smith left for Pittsburg on a visit. Mrs. A. Remale is in Allegheny vis iting relatives. Mrs. S. J. Boyd is visiting at Beth Peter Hoffman, who has been in Call for about six years, is home on a visit to his father. John CL Hoffman, on South Chapline si * et. Mr. and Mrs. M. .T. McFj !der.. of the Island, havi returned from Cambridge boro. Pa., after a very enjoyable trip Messrs. C. N Handier and I. tL Oil lot but :• -day for New York on a i business trip. Mis- Lou a Loetll r. of South Jacob street h us returned home, after visit ing friends in Clarksburg. Charles F. Keener will open an office 1 pany about the first of October. S. J. Florence left for Cincinnati to c t his daughter, Mr Fannie Frazier. Prof .Carl Fuess has returned from a business trip down the river. .1 T. Hudgens. of Portland Station. 0.. is making up a car of horses, which l.o will take South for sale. REAL ESTATE MARKET. Dti'tlsof Transfer fo” KerurU at Clerk Hook's Ollier. 1 istrrilav. P od made July UL i' by A. C. F. Kt ling, administrator of John George Miller, and others, to William H. (Labe, ft : the no.Pi quart r oi lot No. I'd. in Chapline & Eoff’s addition. Consideration. $2.6So. Deed made December 1. 1894. by Benj. F Springer and wife, to Henry Si. i.'o, for one and one-half acres of land on the headwaters of Peter's run. Consideration, $4d. LOCAL OIL OPERATIONS. The North Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Company, of this city, has been organ : ••■>1 with a capital of $50,000. for the purpose of sinking oil wells on their pr* sent leas-s. which consist of six thousand acres of land in Ohio ami Marshall counties, principally up CaLI v - I's run and in back of Mozart Park. Three w lis v. !1 go down within the next forty-five days, with three more to follow. The outcome of this new field, which is said to poss -s very fine sand, will be looked upon with interest by local business men. as every dollar invested in »htse wells will find its way into the business eh&nnels of Wheeling and this locality. Attend the opening of Plate Hanes to-morrow evening. Iraijaii, At St. Johns Church, Wellsburg. Last Evening. The First Official Visit of Rt. Rev. Bishop Donahue to the Congrega tion—A Celebration of the Silver Jubilee of Rev. Father T. J. Duffy. The Dedication of St. Anne’s Church, at Wheeling Junction, To-Day. A dual event of the most pleasant and enjoyable nature transpired at Wellsburg. last evening, the occasion being a reception to Rt. Rev. Bishop Donahue, who was paying his Urst offi cial visit to the congregation of St. John's Church of that place, and the celebration of the silver jubilee of Rev. Father T. J. Duffy, the beloved pastor of the church named. A most pleasing incident of the celebration in question i\as the presentation to Father Duffy of a substantial purse of money. Mr. John McNally, one of the senior mem bers of the congregation, made a brief address of welcome to the Rt. Rev. bishop, to which the distinguished pro late made a heartfelt and eloquent re sponse. After this. Rev. Father Mc Dermott, of Holy Ghost College, Pitts burg. in the name of the congregation and in a very beautiful and appropriate speech, presented Father Duffy with the purse. Father Duffy was much overcome at this substantial evidence of appreciation on the part of the con gregation, but expressed his thanks most earnestly. The congregation then adjourned to the residence of the pastor, where he was serenaded by Lnzeur’s band. The whole occasion was a most beautiful and enjoyable one, and it was plain to be seen how strong a position the pastor held in the hearts of the congregation. The Rt. Rev. Bishop will remain at Wellsburg to-day, and will preach at the seven o’clock mass. After this ser viv'e a large number of the congregation will proceed in carriages to Wheeling Junction, seven miles distant, where St. Anne’s Church \vi!’J " dedicated with appropriate ceremonies. Bishop Donahue will preach at Wellsburg at s ven o'clock this e.vcning. smalT talk. Minor Matters of Interest lJrielly and 1’lthilv Told. - The Council Committee on Natur al Gas is called for Monday evening. —There was another whitewash in Police Court yesterday morning. The police have been asked by the Bellaire authorities to look out for John Parks, who is charged with forgery, in writing his uncle’s name to a check on the Dollar Bank of Bellaire, for $10. —The will of Gregory Hoelscho was admitted to probate yesterday. —At St. Matthew’s P. E. Church this morning the vested choir will sing a Te Dm in composed and arranged by Prof. J. A. Raynes. The choir will be assisted by Madame Kate Rolla and two male voices. —Julius Hotfirc was arrested last evening by Officer Coss, for disorderly conduct. —There was another blank in Police Court, last evening. The Silver Globe Club will open tho Turner llall October Orh. with a danco. LOST CHECK FOUND. Yesterday an East Wheeling man no tilL • I th • police that a New Vork check on an Indiana bank, for $.500. had been lost. A little inquiry located the pa per in the possession of a party who did not know its value, and it was restored to the owner. MARTIN'S FERRY. Yesterday morning Mrs, Rebecca Morgan, of the Orchard, received a tele gram from New Castle. Pa., stating that her son had been seriously injured on the railroad near that place. She left for Now Castle in the afternoon. There will be no services at Sr. Paul's Episcopal church to-day. Rev. Forney, of West Wheeling, will occupy the pulpit at the M. E. Church this morning and evening in the absence of IP v. J. W. Robbins, who is attending conference. h v in work toward raking in the shekels which is to go towards taking them to the Cotton States Exposition at Atlanta, where they will run for that $1,000 belt. So tar they are meeting with success, and should not meet with anything otherwise. The boys are training hard, and if goo I training and hard work will win the belt it surely belongs to them. Every local citizen should do what h can to hpthmkt mwnmwpduflffi ?y rfifffifftlffi fi help them along and not be any ways . low about It. Frank Zink and family left last even ing with the excursion party to Niagara Falls. Miss Della Chambers, of Cambridge, who lias been visiting here, went out to St. Clairsville yesterday to visit friends. Miss Lillian Dean has returned home from a visit, with relatives at Potomac, W. Va. The Y. M. C. A. Board of Directors will meet Monday evening to settle up affairs as far as possible. Chauncey Hogg, of Cadiz, was in town ye-terday on business. Mrs. Clem McCabe and daughter, of Dillonvale, are visiting Mrs. McCabe's parents here. Russell Wood rind wife left yesterday for a several days’ stay at Green Springs, Ohio. Harry Gibbons, of Mt. Pleasant, was in town yesterday on business. Th* Independent hose company have The contract for laying the new water main to Bridgeport, which was to have b* n I* . Friday evening by the Water Works Trustees, was not let owing to some of the bids not being very clear. Vx*> were five bidders, as follows: J. W. Lane, Caleb & Couture. Bridgeport; Hibbard & Son. and Halette & Hazlette, of Wheeling, and J. T. Stringer, of Port land. To-day and coming week at St. Mary’s Church: This is the sixteenth Sunday aft; r Pentecost and feast of the Seven Dolars of the Blessed Virgin. Ep„ Eph., 3:13-21 Gosn. St. Luke. 14:1-11. The married men and women’s sodality will r.m- • to-day after benediction, at 3 p. ru. Next Sunday will be the fifth anniver sary of the month. "The Peter Pence collection will betaken up a: all masses to-day. Parents have no reason for keeping their children away from school. The Buckeye glass works did not shut down yesterday ;is reported they would. The company have quite a lot of mate ria! on hand at present and will work it up before they shut down, which will be a couple of weeks. Coroner Reece Furbav completed, the , inquest yesterday, held over the deaths of Wm. Horace at the Aetna-Standard about three weeks ago. The verdict ex ■onerateS'theowners of "the mine froiruilt blame. Horace was a miner and liis death was caused while attempting to get on. a coal car in the mines, which is not allowed. Mrs. Wm. Mann has returned home from a several weeks’ visit with rela tives at Minneapolis. A. M. Harkins, of Rush Run, was in town yesterday on business. Notice to the Public:—On and after October 1st the blasksmiths of Martin’s Ferry will charge as follows for horse shoeiu: 1 new shoe with toe, 40 cents; plain shoe. 35 cents; plain remove, 20 cents; remove with toe. 25 cents. W. H. COSS. G. M. BARTHOLOMEW. S. H. HEATON. * Wm. Dixon, Robt. Smith, Paul and Howard Thomas attended the Wells burg bicycle races yesterday. Paul Thomas entered the one mile novice and' won. Howard and Jesse Hipkins will leave for a two weeks’ hunt near Freeport to morrow. Adam Wernig has returned from a business rip to Toledo. Geo. Webber has given a horse to the Independent hoso company to raffle off. Ohas. Helling left for Niagara last evening or. the Q., L. & W. excursion. Jas. O’Donnell has returned home from a visit with friends and relatives at Cambridge. The Buckeye base ball club of Bel laire defeated the Martin’s Ferry Jun iors yesterday by a score of 17 to 15. The Bellaire club stole the ball in the sev enth inning and the game was called off. “Brock” Brown returned home last night from a visit with Cambridge friends. August Roosenvelt, who mover! his family to Kentucky about three months ngo. has returned to this play to stay. Three disorderlies and one drunk 'were registered at the city hotel at nine o’clock last uiglu. BRIDGEPORT. The Ladies’ Aid Society, of the Kirk wood M. E. Church, met Friday evening and elected the following officers: Miss Mattie Smith, President: Mrs. Mary Sturgeon. Vice President; Mrs. Robert Howell and Miss Annie Davis, Secre taries: Mrs. Bradley Smith. Treasurer. They also laid out their plans for en tertainments and socials to be given during the year for the benefit of the church. A good bit of excitement and commo tion was caused in the West End yes terday morning on account of a small pox iiag being out at the home of John Miller. Investigation, however, proved there was no smallpox in the family and that somebody who wished to have some fun put it up some time Friday night. A freight train on the C.. L. & W. road ran through a switch near Uhrichsville Friday, doing some dam age. Other trains were delayed several hours by it. Passengers were trans ferred from one train to another until things were cleared up. Dick Bailey came in from the “Hoo Dad” fishing camp, near Flushing, yes terday. He says the hoys are having a first class time and are shooting plenty of squirrels and catching any amount of fish. He will return to-mor row. accompanied by Harry Sells and Wilbur Shields. Another large gas engine has been put in the Crystal glass works for the purpose of running the cutting shops. This makes the second one they have had put in. The large addition to their factory which has been In course of erection for some time is about com pleted. Mrs. Rachel Ehni, of Pittsburg, is visitiug relatives and friends at this place for a few days. Mrs. Mullen, of Bellaire, has moved her family to this place. Wm. Keohnline is home from the Sis tersville oil fields visiting his family. Mrs. J. B. Gribble. of the West End, is visiting her parents at Beaver, Pa. John MeConnaughey lost a valuable driving horse last Friday night. Miss Carrie Hill, of Harrisville. re turned home yesterday after a visit with friends in the West End. A young daughter of Oathey Kidney, of the West End, is ill. Henry Stanun and Nick Kuhn re turned yesterday from a several days’ hunt near Freeport. Sixty squirrels was the amount of damage done. United States Marshal Al. Conaway has returned home from a business trip to Harrison county. A two-year-old son of David Ferrell died Friday night after a couple months’ illness. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o’clock. In terment will he made at Weeks’ ceme tery. Miss Fannie Greer, of the West End, left yesterday to spend a month with friends and relatives at Cleveland. Mrs. Charles Trueman has returned home from a several days’ visit with relatives at Pittsburg. Rev. E. D. Llloock will occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian Church this morning and evening. John Morrow, Herbert Woodcock. Walter Lewis and Benjamin Burt and wife loft over the C.. L. & W. last even ing for Niagara Falls to spend a few days. Friday evening Misses Oura and Grace Porter, of West Bridgeport, en tertained a number of their friends in a very pleasant manner in honor of their guests. Miss Carrie Hill, of Har risville, and Mr. E. Kear, of Van Wert, Ohio. BELLAIRE. The Bellaire Athletic Club Friday night elected new officers as follows: D. McClarin, President: M. Ellikan, Vice President: C. B. McCabe, Secre tary; John Messerly. Treasurer; J. Mc Cormick. J. McNabb and Henry Lud wig, Trustees. Nex Friday night they expect to initiate several new members. There is a cash balance on hand and the boys believe their club will now grow and prosper. McKinley and Bushnell will speak in Bellaire October 5. J. B. Hart, division inspector for the Central Traffic Association, has been promoted to travelling inspector, with headquarters at Pittsburg, and will move his family there. Mr. E. S. Spear, of Wheeling, will take the place he vacates. We can heartily commend Mr. Hart for close attention and being zealous in the discharge of his duties. John Toilet was arrested Friday night on information from Zanesville on a charge of robbery. He was taken' out by the marshal. The city has secured a perpetual in junction against Rosa Lichtig to pre vent her from erecting any building on the city's territory along Crescent street. To-morrow night u meeting will bo held in the Christian Chun h to organ ize a “Good Citizenship Club.’’ This is to be a general meeting for all cit izens, and'will be addressed -by the dif ferent ministers of the city. All who are Interested in such a club should,m <to be present. John Maule 1s out under bond. Rev. Will Pearson, wife and two children spent some time at the Wind sor Hotel yesterday. They were on their way*to visit friends in Monroe county. Rev. Pearson is a brother <of Judge Pearson. Mr. J. C. Eaton, of Jerusalem, was a guest of the Hotel Anderson. Enoch Crawford and wife, an aged couple of Richland township, are in very poor health. Mrs. Crawford had a limb broken not long since and has not rallied properly, and the husband from worry and nursing has become feeble, too. so that they need the sym pathy of their neighbors, being child less. Mr. J. W. May, United States Express agent here, spent Saturday in Pittsburg on business. Mr. and Mrs. H. Eberling were up the C. & P. road yesterday on a short trip and visit. Perry, the porter, made complaint against Fannie Kirk (colored) for using profane language, but failed to prove the case and had to pay the costs. Several of our citizens and their wives took in the C., L. &. W. excursion to Niagara. Mrs. John Winzenried, of the Fourth ward, is at Pittsburg on account of the death of one of her daughters. Tillie Frank, who has been visiting at Findlay has returned to her home again. F. A. Jackson, the clever ticket agent of the C., L. & W. road, is at his post after a pleasant vacation and trip. MOUNDS VILLE. Misses Maud Grimes and Jessie Hoot en are visiting Miss Grimes’s grandpar ents near Frlendley. Wm. Erskine, a prominent attorney of Wheeling, was in the city on important legal business Friday. W. DeWitt Stewart left last evening for Baltimore, where he will resume his medical studies at the University of Maryland. The production of “Moselle, the Moun tain Fair.” which was rendered at the Opera House Friday evening and again (last night, by home talent, for the bene-1 fit of the band, was a charming success. The house was crowded on both occa sions and Quite a neat little sum was realized, which will be used to purchase new uniforms for the boys. Too much cannot be said in commendation of all those who took part in the performance and labored incessantly to make the af fair a success. All rendered their parts to perfection and it would be hard to say which excelled, if such a decision was necessary. Mrs. Rachel Stewart, of Rock Lick, is the guest of •friends and relatives In the city. Dr. T. R. Rogers returned Friday from Maryland. He was accompanied by his niece. Miss Millie Guard, of Frietids ville, Md„ who will make her home with them. The Doctor is the picture of health, and says he enjoyed his trip very much. Sam Harriott, of Cameron, was in the city yesterday shaking hands with his friends. I. S. Rice has been awarded the con tract. for the plastering of the new Trin ity Parish House. Mrs. E. B. Kirkbride presented her husband with another heir, Friday, weighing over eight pounds. The new comer is a girl. Ab. Charlton was awarded the con tract yesterday of carrying the mails to and from the postoffice to the depots. ►He will take charge to-morrow. Joe Weaver and Philip Hodgeman have gone to Alexandria, Va„ where they will attend school the coming win der. / The T. J. Dorsey farm, consisting of 190 acres, situated on the Waynesburg road, was sold at commissioners’ sale, yesterday, to W. H. Cook, for the sum of $2,500, subject, however, to the wid ow’s dower. The same property sold last spring for $3,860, but the salewas set aside, upon bond being given that at least ten per cent, more than that sum would be bid for the property. Mrs. (’apt. John Smith and son. Frank Sigafoose, have returned from a pleasant trip to Louisville. St. Louis, Indianap olis and other western cities. J. C. Eardallasat Westfield, Mass., at tending a netting of the United States Whip Company, of which the Weaver Bardall Manufacturing Company is a branch. A FREIGHT TRAIN ON THE STAGE. A complete freight train of fourteen cars, illuminated caboose and practic al working engine, a magnificent scene of Niagara Falls by moonlight, with real mist, as scon from suspension bridge. The flight of the Fast Mail, which crosses the stage at the rate of seventy miles an hour, and a realistic steamboat race and explosion on the Mississippi are among the most novel scenes and mechanical effects shown in Lincoln J. Carter's scenic produc tion, “The Fast Mail,” which appears at the Grand the last half of this week. Seats at the box office. Attend the opening of Plate & Hanes to-morrow evening. Attend the Opening of Plate & Hanes, Monday evening. DIED. ECKHART—On Saturday, September 21. ISO. at 5:45 a. m.. John E. Eckhart, aged 90 years and 5 months. Funeral from the residence of his son in-law, Louis P. Salterbach, 154 South Broadway, Monday, at 19 a. m. Services at the residence, where friends are in vited. Interment private at Mt. Wood cemetery. KOBER—On Sunday. September 15th, 1895, at 2:45 o’clock p. m., Frederick Kober, aged 72 years. RFRKK—At Mountain Lake Park. Sep. tern tier 15th. 18t‘.»5, William Leighton Burke, infant son of Thomas and Anna I). Burke. MERGE—fin Tuesday, Sept ember 17. 1^95, at S:50 o'clock a. m., Francis F., youngest son of James and the late Eliza Merge, aged 3 years and 1 month. YOST—W ednesday morning. September 1'. 1V6. at 10:30 o’clock, William Yost, aged SI years, six months and two days. sr’HEN't'K— At family residence. No. lit North York street. <«n Monday. September 1(5, 1805. at 1:15 o'clock p. m.. < utherine, wife of Frederick L Schenck, aged 08 years. 1 month and 20 days. MERGE—Monday. September 10. 1 H'JH. at 11:45 p. m., Fannie D. Merge, in her 24th year. SMITH—Thursday. September 29th, 1S95, at 12:45 a. m., James, sijn of Robert and Mary O. Smith, aged 2 years and 0 months. I -— ...... JertKchr.t FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND ARTERIAL KMHALltlKR. lilt! Main St., bast Side. Calls hr telephone answered day or night. Stun- telephone. 085; residence, 500. my Id MALE HELP WANTED. SALESMEN WANTED—TO SELL OCR goods to the wholesale and retail trade. Our goods sell on sight. Liberal salary or commission pajd. For particulars address Centennial Manf'g Co., Atlanta, Ua. Fac tory, Milwaukee, Wls. se22a I PIANOS AND ORGANS-C. A. HOUSE. A PROMISSORY NOTE ~~~ ISAS^GOOD^AS^^GOLD When endorsed by men of unqu^ ;fj„ financial responsibility. THE^MERSON^PIANO IS AS GOOD AS GOLD Baysff-MTIfgHiD FirffiTW——B——:: And is endorsed by the collective^ and authorities of the world, anil, where recognized as the leader h. Fianos. SOLD ONLY BY I 1324 and 1326 Market Street. WANTED. WANTED—POSITION OF ANY KIND bv voting man. Can furnish good refer ence. Address W. P.. this office. se22dqeq WANTED—A POSITION BY A QUALI fieri registered drug clerk. Address H. X., Register office. _ se*:/lqeq WANTED—A HORSE. WEIGHT 1,100; state price. Enquire at tuts office. se21erdq___ WANTED—STUDENTS AND OTHERS to know that on and after 5I°nday. Sep tember 23d, all departments of the Whal ing Business College will be In fujl tion._ se-ieqnq_ WILL FAY CASH FOR GREEN Cl - cumbers. Green and Reu Peppers. String Beans, White Cabbage and Wind l-ilkn Apples, HOME CONSERVE CO., corner Eon und Twentieth Streets._seu». TTTANTED—Persons wishing to store V\ goods to cull on JAMES 1-ILAN. No. UJ.">1 Market street._uulOexdn "ITT-ANTED—BOARDERS AND ROOMERS. \ \ nrcommodatioim first No. 10.>s Market street. MRS. FALKENS i’EI.V. apJtt FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE-ABOUT 200 FEET OF Steam beating pipe. Apply at this oibce^ my»n PERSONAL. _ DO YOU SPECULATE? THEN SEND for our book. “How to speculate success fully on limited margins in Grain and Stock markets. Mailed free. COM STOCK. HUGHES & CO., Rialto Build ing. Chicago. _ SUPERFLUOUS HAIR WRITE FOR free information how to remove hair per manently without slightest Injury to skin; superior to electric needle. CURTIS CO., 1S8 22U St., Chicago. se2‘-’q BUSINESS CHANCES._ WANTED — STATE MANAGERS FOR established house; 21.200 a year and com missions; must deposit $500 to jRkJU well sc oured. No traveling. Box 775, St. Louis, Mo. i_rL_ (■««■» F ADVICE and how to make protlt fti able investments in grain and I llktfta Blocks. 20 years'experience on Chicago Hoard ol Trade and New lurk nnd Chicago Stock Exchanges. Sate and sure plan explained in our booklets ‘ How to Make Money'' ami ‘ All About Stocks. T he time for action is now. never were better op portunities offered. $25 to $100 ot your income may lav the foundation of a fortune. Address at once. LINCOLN & CO., banker* nnd brokers, 128-125 LaSalle street. Chi cago._ AGENTS WANTED WANTKD—TRAVELING SAL E8 M E N. Blank book line. Will pay $150 i*er month to good man. Address with stamp for particulars, the OFFICE SPECIALTY CO., Rochester, N. Y. __•eflWI WANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY CITY and town for Prof. Nellis’ discovery for curing all kinds of diseases. $2,5<XMX) made i.i-r year on $10.0o capital. Write ciulck Tor territory. Gentlemen or ladles. NELLIS CERE CO., Masonic Temple, Chicago. SC~q___ ___ WANTED—A GENERAL AGENT FOR the State of West Virginia, a man with some executive ability, large experience in Building and Loan matters; to a compe tent man a liberal contract will be given with u guarantee. Address Calvert Build ing and Loan Association, Baltimore, Md. seld.M.W _ _ AGENTS MAKE $T> DAILY. MARVEL OUS invention. Retails 26 cents. 2 to 6 Bold in a house. Sample mailed free. FOR SHEE & MAK1N, Cincinnati, O. Jy’-'ld EDUCATIONAL’ J IXSLY INSTITUTE. A school for the thorough teaching of hoys anil young men. English and Clas sical courses, also Modern Languages. Military Department In charge or Lieut. L. S. Van Duzer. U. S. Navy. Re-opens Monday September 2.1iL JOHN M. RIRCH, Ph. D., Principal. sel4ed to se24 _ MUSICAL TlKfinTl The music-loving citizens of Wheeling and vicinity are hereby notified that my PALI TERM of instruction in PIANO, VIOLIN THEORY, ETC., -WILL BEGIN SEPTEMBER 9th, 1395. For particulars please address EDWARD BLUMENBERG. Wheeling Mudio, - f>52 Market Street. •e8tu,th,sflxsu Mount k fatal, NEAR WHEELING, W. VA. STUDitS WiLl, Be RESUMED AT THIS ACADEMY ON SEPTEMBER 11th. 1895. Parents and guardians may be pleased to learn that the rates buic been reduced. Weekly and da> scholars will be received A conveyance will be sent every morning to tbs H o’clock motor. i' JI-V-ti?rUs a< (]n-sH THE DIRECTRESS. se21,22.20,2St2!«-oc1.8 $10 REWARD. The above Reward will be paid to any ono who will secure the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who are now regularly stealing the DAILY and SUNDAY REGISTER onthe Island and North Main street. West Virginia Printing Co. au20e*<lh _NEW ADVErtTlbEWEN7\ THOR RKXT-fra ,, J' ant I hall. Eoqulre at M > WILL REnl i I desire to infr.rtr rons and the put re-open my plac. Market stru t, y. be prepared to auui as usual. se22q VOTKE. i ±1 Steen rod Division 15. of L. K.. lias postp". given September 25. at . “j Twenty-sixth and Chat October 23. All ticket: dated September 2.7 will i se22q fjjuxi) opera i; VJ Three nights and ,v commencing Tliuri ■ I.IM OLS .1 t \ i: 11 :;■> -—tiraud Sc.mi' 1 , ; THE F7TST N'ght pr. "« 1 5 nee prices 15c. ‘25c and NOTICE TO HE FUEL The Second ward marl open to the public on j morning next. The Centre market will next Saturday, unless oin I dered by this Board. THE CITY HEALTH E se22q C. II. HI TJOTEL BEIL Li I Mr. Chas. Klein, fori business at No. 71-> opened a bur in the Ii he will be pleased to se« Call and get a number u beer or whisky. Also a ti; gars, l.uneh served every t Jy7dvl> WAUKESHA Will ' » O/.ONATU LITIII \ Its equal Is unknown .. Kidney Troubles and l:1 tains 35 grains Ozonau live times the strength . Water. A fresh slilpi For sale by till dru. KRAI • a 1133 Market street. \ seSedrb ( \ZUNATE I.I'i I ' / Heroin nu n'll RHEUMATISM KIDNEY T Wlmlmlc iml • • 1 * ookt/k'n i»m» Murk, t ..n _FEMALE HELP V.V; - ALL LA NIKS HAVIN'! A letsun ■ regarding pleasant horn easily pays $1* weekly. Tin tif>11 and "ill certainly i»a> ligate. Reply With Stall I j ' MRS S. A StKIUiLNS. La SALESMEN WANT SALESMAN —T RANK partmmt Storm..ale ■ mlum Trades. Jlat in era l treatment. S. I street. N. Y. SALESMEN T<> S. I perlence n<. ees«urv position; l ■Mi'll. C1 _ — ft , -,Al • • tAL l " I Tj\\[:.M FOll .-A IT. irm of NO acrm in ■ M.: -!. II ounty. W \ > , • ■ , ■ i. .in. I '• dw- lling house, also y fruit, and wel v to suit purchaser, or . r . ,jj i Attorney at Law ai.d Rank Uuildiug. eiaU FOR SM At a bargain ! Two tots on tin' W three hoitaeH of tliri all rented to good »<■>. FOR R *'' .J Store room and d" street. Large Htore room PLATOF: Tel. M. -- GRCX A RSOLFTI ; Pure Mixed Pit> Pare Cider »mi Fruit dart, Hu < K. I. Ml l ■ 04s 'l:> I- • ' ipiRSTnl- Til NEW MOUNTAIN c. v. H \' T7REX< M i'l A till Ml no look PEACHES AN _itS l4* ALUU-.