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’ F. VV. Baumer & Co. are offering a second-hand, raven octave, Steinway Upright Piano for two hun dred dollars, including stool and cover. This is an op portunity for any one wanting a piano. _ __ J3RY goods-geo, e. stifel & CO._ EO. E. STIFEL & CO. _ _I 1156 7VY7TIN ST. \ ' . GOOD QUALITY, YET NOT EXPENSIVE, HAS < MOTTO IN MAKING Ol R PURCHASES OF •PS. THAT’S HOW IT IS WE CAN OFFER YOU A BETTER COAT FOR $5.00, $6.50 UP TO $18.00 no else-can. Rough Cheviot, or Kersey, . i:h the large buttons, \ civet Collars, some - stitched and some with big Mandolin or ink because we’re ■ . ry day and sending out - at such a great rate • running short. We n.. orders with the best WE. ARE BEING SUP WITH NEW* GOODS eek we will open som * aes in Fur and Plush >t the newe-t shapes -on. Also Fur Boas of t< cs that are stylish and .:t tor le^ - than 75c —if you can get it at all in the city—is an All-Wool Cheviot Suiting, 45 inches wide. Our price 45c per yard. Pretty Plaids and striking Rough ; Novelties at 25c up to $3.50 per yard. No such assorted stock j in the city, no such values. Thousands of pieces of Silk in S partment that are ex ceptional bargains Black Taffetas from 60c to $2.00 per yard, and Fancy Silks from 50c to $2.50. BOOTS AND SHOES-LOCKE'S. :i!!ii:!!l!!!!!!!!!!!!ll!!l!!!Illilllll!!ll!lllll!!l!llllllllllllllll!li!lll!!!lll[lllllllll^ He sell the Best shoes that are re- , , *•* l tailed in thiselty for the money. • T’t Our line of J _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ We sell a - nn.HF QuriF nn = Shoes I I UlirVL UllUL U W I 8 strictly solid — a* !im. j SwV «1at SHOO. We —* all tite style ! makethis - “ anti tu ore I shoe and we ~~* w*‘»r than i IfM^ MAIN STREET know It lathe ~ hleherprictd | *▼»«101 OinCU. best made. He ha\e the exclusive sale of Stacy ZZZ I Adams &• Co.’s Fine Shoe*. *«* ZZZ Men’s Genuine Knamel Calf t*5. Flu- ZZZ I cst W Inter Shoe made. SS5 r A don* ir. an artistic mauair :n Paiutiaz a Spoclalty. r. ractdva prompt attention .. M VKXEi STctEEZ la>at«-* for d<*w tal diazs promptly uisUel. Tkuk«*uonis 2)1 T'i'O above Reward will be ' to any one who will secure . rest and conviction of the n or porsons who are now iy stealing the DAILY SUNDAY REGISTER on the : and North Main street. cst Virginia Printing Co. aaSOetdb P. LGRiLLARD COMPANY. St. I.ouls. Mo.. Sept. 1!>. 1SU.>. GENTLEMEN: After examining all the leading makes of typewriter on the market, we selected the ••W 11.1.1 Vlis" as the i»est, and after using it several months are more than justllle.l In the wisdom of our selection. Its visible w ritlng and elegaut work, heavy inauifoUi* Ing power and many other qualities eoin blne to make It u very saflsfact jry machine Indeed. Tour* truly, (Slgm'di JOAN A* LAD1>» COPP & DEVORE, I General Agents. TTOTEL BEIILER BAR. Mr. Chas. Klein, formerly in the grocery business at No. 715 Murket street has , opened a bar In the Hotel Behlor. where he will be pleased to see his many friends. Call and get a number one drink of cool or whisky. Also a flue line of ci gars. Lunch served every morning. JyTdvb J^ROWN & HAZLETT, CIVIL ENGINEERS, room 16 Masonis Building, ai cm sms. ~ Facts and Gossip From the Offices and i Corridors. A Rumor of an Interesting Nature Going Around — A Proposition to Improve a Street Which Appears to Have Merit -Health Office Mat ters—General Notes. It has not been so long since the re cent charges of Improper actions on tho part of a city official, that people who keep tab on city matters have forgot ten about the incident. The disclos ures of this nature, which indirectly caused a resignation and ihe election ot a new official by Council, have been practically duplicated, if current rumor is worth anything, by other folks hav iug something to do with the adminis tration of the city government, and tho thing is creating talk. The “reform” Council will have some more vacancies to fill, if the current allegation is cor rect and past precedents are to go for anything. Who is the guilty wretch? Well, “the man that did it knows it.” •lust at the moment when Health Of ficer Jepson was preparing to con giatulati himself upon me disappear ance of small-pox from the city, he got a new installment of the disease. It is hard lines. Hud the cases reported Friday evening not materialized, we would have had all the flags down in a couple of more days, and could have announced the city free from this par ticular malady. As it is, we are In for it for at least two weeks more. The city has not boon without one yellow flag since the first of last February, ex cept one period of six hours, interven ing between the taking down of the then "last flag” and the discovery of a new case. Health Officer Jepson has done well, running the number of cases down almost to the vanishing point, but the fates appear to be against him just at present. It Is likely that the next piece of machinery the B. P. W. will ask for will be in the nature of a stone crusher. There is already talk of it. A first class machine, capable ot' crushing tons of lime stone every hour, can be had for about six hundred dollars, and with the failure of the street roller to con solidate river gravel on the Island streets, it is probable that the Board will seek to substitute broken rock for streets which are to be Improved with out being paved. By the way, speak ing ot island streets, a good many peo ple having an interest in that sort of thing, have been looking at the square of rolled street put down over there on a rock foundation, and it is universally pronounced to be all right. It's a pity the receipt was not discovered and ap plied years ago, but better late than never. With the arrival of two thousand feet of new hose, th^ fire department is now the recipe was not discovered and ap seutial matter, and yet there is scarce ly hose enough. On a proper footing the department ought to have fully ton thousand feet of first class hose. Fif teen hundred or two thousand feet per year barely makes up for the natural effects of age and wear and tear. One or two members of Council have been discussing the project of moving next year for the improvement of Chap line srteet, between Eleventh and Six teenth. At present the street is boul dered with stones which were laid down “befo" de wah.” The idea is to clean the cobbles thoroughly, run the steam roller over them, to even up the surface, and then apply an inch and a half of asphalt. It would certainly CARPETS AND FURNITURE-G. MENDEL & CO._ OD THINGS I $1.25 PER PAIR. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa: Liberal Terms of Credit. naMsarTrcTirccEE! Solid Oak Chiffonier, = 5 drawers with locks, = scroll top and base, n | INDIA. | E Reproductions of Genuine E = Oriental Effects. = E Two Sides. 36x72. Fringed Ends. E llill!lllllllllllllllll!I«lini[:Zlillllllitlll!llli!lllllll e Oak and Birch. \ 5 feet S inches high. SIX PINS. G. MENDEL & CO., FURNITURE AND CARPETS. 1124 MAIN STREET. make an ideal street, and he a cheap Job of street improvement, for there would be no excavating or preparing of a foundation. Why not try it? It the mortuary report just isued by Health Officer Jepson the population of the city is given at 38,000. which is more nearly correct than the estimate usually appearing in this document. In the similar recent reports by other health officers, the population has been placed as higli as 45,000, which is not only too large, but makes the death rate statistics useless for purposes of comparison. The normal death rate is about 17, so that Wheeling with Its rate of 13 for a population of 38,000. is far enough within the limit, without striv ing to seek after Improper results by swelling the estimate of the number of people. The health officer has also greatly simplified the report, dropping the technical classification of diseases, which were only intelligible to a grad uate in medicine. Council will meet in regular session. Tuesday evening. There will not be much business to transact, however. Fire Chief Healy Is again able to be out. after a 'two weeks' siege with rhe rheumatism. The attack was brought on through a severe strain to the ten dons of one of ihi-3 legs. Chief Bennett is wondering what he will do wkih the swarm of vags and tramps who wfill soon bo clamoring for admission to the basement of the City m ill as tthe nights grow cold-r. Coun cil has refused to concur in the wish of the Committee to exclude these wan ; derers from the building, and yet there will have to be some different arrang? mer.'t from that in past years, if the building is to be properly taken care of. .The Committee on Health has been called to meet next Friday evening, probably for the purpose of hearing She statements and arguments of counsel j over the natural gas controversy. A HANDSOME GIFT Bestowed Upon George AV. Hannan by the Employes of the Jefferson Mill. i George W. Hannan, superintendent of the Jefferson rolling mill, at Steu benville, under the lease of the LnBelle Company, was given a pleasant sur prise yesterday at neon, at the office adjoining the mill, by the employes, who made him a very handsome pres ent. At that hour the men gathered in the office from the mill, and a com mittee arrived from the city and spread out on the desk a handsome silver din 1 nor service of ten pieces, worth fully j $150, and George P. Harden stepped to the front and In behalf cf the employee J of the mill presented Mr. Hannan with the si Ivor set. Mr. Harden's speech was very witty, referring to the an cient custom of presenting talismans to those about departing on a Journey, and as It had come to the knowledge of The men that Mr. Hannan was about to leave the state of single blessedness, they gave him the present as an expres sion of their love and esteem, and in conclusion he extended to Mr. Hannan and his prospective bride the best j wishes for their future happiness. The presentation was a complete surprise to Mr. Hannan, who was so deeply af ; fected as to only be able to thank the men for their kindness from the bot tom of his heart. Everybody had a handshake l>eforo leaving. Mr. Hannan went to 9teubonville last June to mun I nge the mill for the TjaBelle, anti al though young and a stranger, he suc ceeded bv his courteous treatment of the men in winning their respect and high esteem, and the present was made by the men in the happiest of spirits. Mr. Hannan has also made many friends there among manufacturers and merchants. Mi*. Hannan Is to wed on Tuesday Miss Kate Bray, a very popu lar and accomplished young lady of 'this citv, and he certainly has the best wishes of all his acquaintances. THE FAVORITE. We pint on saie to-morrow at special prices the folowing: Qi • f White Unlaundred rc'.n 0 III FIS forced front and back, lin en bosom, worth 75c, at 37c. f i i _ „ ^ „ For men. fleeee Undeiwear nned, worth esc, at 39c. 1 ^ J,* ’ White Ribbed Vests, worth LadieS ;>5e. a-t 14c. M for ladies, fleece-lined and nOSe fast black, worth 20c, at 13c im * Heavy Working Gloves, IVieil S lined and unlined, worth 75c, to-day only 48c. Flannel Shirts ™rV:cswrt full 39-inch length, 69c. Remember Z t.Monday) only THE FAVORITE, 18 Eleventh Street Feather Ilona. Stamped and Art Goods, every kind. Chatalaine Satchels. New elastic Belts, very swell. Yoke Lace Collars, the latest* SIVA BACKER'S. Special bargains in Ladles' and Gents’ Gold Watches at 11. E. HILLMAN & CO.’S. Q A Correct Styles, from 49c. OJIIOIS. to $3.00. Twelve dif ferent blocks. MARSDEN L. COLVIG. Corbett Licked the Butter off his biscuit when he found it was the finest Dairy Butter, three pounds for 50 cents, from Fitzgibbons* Butter Stand, 1105 Market street. Also both markets. Millinery the newest and most artistic. Sailors, largest variety. SWA BACKER’S. If you have tried elsewhere "and failed to tret tJlnsses to suit your eyes. Consult ns and | we will examine your eyes and make special : Glasses for them. Glasses ground to suit nnv eyes or frames. If vou have broken one of your Glasses, no matter what kind, brln? us the pieces und we will make one on short notice. Eves Examined !or Glasses Free of Charge. — THE OPTICIAN, 1110 Main Street. To Prevent the Carbett-Eitzsimmons Fight at Hot Springs. The Fighters Win in the Habeas Corpus Proceedings-Local Base Ball and Bowling News—Results of Yesterday’s Peaces Other Sport. Hot Springs, Ark., October 19—The Corbett habeas corpus case terminated just as evrybody in Hot Springs ex pected it would. Even those who are bitterly opposed to 'the contemplated gleye contest ccm.ng off in Hot Spiing», or any other section of the State of Ar kansas, feitt that while there seem to be such a slight foundation for opera tion under the law- that when it came 4 a test a decision would be forthcoming that would bo unsatisfactory’ to them. Gov. Clarke was apparently the first to discover that there was not statutory prohibition to prize fighting or glove contests, that the act of 1891 had not passed the house as amended by the Senate; 'than instead of the bill as amended passing as constitutionally provided by roll call, it simply passed by a viva voce vote, hence was not legally passed. • The decision of Caan cellor Leatherman this afternoon was in accordance with <’he views expressed by the Governor and as shown by the house record. The proof product dem onstrated the fact that a glove content was to be fought at a limited number of rounds here on October 31 by Corbet':! and Fitzsimmons, and that rive-ounce gloves were to be used. By testimony of experts put on the stand it was discovered that soft glovo contests are not brutal affairs and are never attended with any serious or harmful results when engaged in by trained athletes. Chancellor Leatherman rendered a decision that there is no law prohibit ing prize fighting or glove contests, and that the defendant was entitled to his liberty under a writ of habeas cor pus, and it was rendered. Little, Rock., Ark., October 19.—Gov. Clarke was immediately seen after tho news was received of Chancellor Leath erman’s decision. He said he was not surprised at Leatherman’s decision, so called. “I will be surprised,” he con tinued. “if the State of Arkansas has in it any person in tho judiciary who will take the same view of it. 1 was never more •determined than at present to prevent the fight, and I am sure be yond peradventure that I will do so.” Corpus Ohristi, Texas. October 19.— Fitzsimmons said to-day: “1 have Just [ received a tc-legrarn from Julian that he has got my attached stake money fixed up and has left for Hot Springs i4 arrange other matters. “I am now ready to leave at a mo ment’s notice fer Arkansas, but will not receive any notice to come unless I am guaranteed protection from the courts and have assurance that the fight will be one to a finish. I see they have got Corbett in hock up there. I I am glad its not me. but had I gone to Arkansas, they would have had w also. I dcu’t mind running up against * any pug. but I tell you I draw the line ! running up against any court. They will knock a fellow out every time.” In FAVOR OF FLAHERTY. A Ten Round Prize Fight at Huntington Last Night. Special to the Register. Huntington, W. Va., October 19.— There was an exciting glove contest here to-night between Dave Flaherty, of Portland, Ore., and Dick Wilson, of Cincinnati. It lasted ten rounds, and was for blood. There were several knock-downs during the evening and a corps of police were on hand to pre serve order. The fight was decided in favor of Flaherty. CAMBRIDGK WON From tin* Belial re Hoys Yesterday—Cham pionship Games Postponed. “Billy” White took a ball team out from Bellaire yesterday to get revenge from the Cambridge club for Its defeat of last Saturday. Mercer did not pitch, but Minnehan went into the box for Bella ire and was hit hard. The Bell aire boys also found Young more suc | cessfully than during the previous game. The score was 14 to 6 in favor of Cambridge. Batteries, Minnehan and Westlake. Young and Young. The second and 'third championship games be *veen Wheeling and Belluire have be n postponed by mutual cone nt until Friday anti Saturday of «hl3 week. AMATEUR BASE BALL. The Peblarr Jrs. defeated the Charles tons by a score of 15 to 8. The feature of the game was the home run of Blac\ Batteries, for the Peblarrs. Black and Jepson; for Charlestons, Ewing and Fairchild. Score; Peblarrs .0023 5 102 2—15 Charleston.0 0033100 1— 8 SOUTH SIDE LEAGUE. The schedule of games for this week in the South Side bowling league is as follows: Monday, Mozarts vs. Mail Pouch; Tuesday, La Belle vs. Harvest Home; Thursday, Novice vs. Standard; Friday, Standard vs. Orient. Tho standing of clubs follows: W. L. H.S. P.Ct. Apollo .3 0 878 1.000 ; Mall Pouch . 3 0 835 1.000 Harvest Home. 2 1 880 .GG7 Standard. 2 1 772 .C67 La Belle. 1 2 820 .333 Novice . 1 2 739 .333 Orient. 0 3 731 .000 Mozart . 0 3 794 .000 W VA. U. SECOND TEAM DE FEATED. Special to the Register. Morgantown, W. Va., Octolier 19. The second foot ball team of the Wes; Virginia University, with a number of students, left in 'hacks this morning for Waynesburg, Pa., where they play ed the college roam of that place. The West Virginia Uniyersity lined up as follows: . Noll}’, oenitre; Beck, right guard; Mc Donald, right end; Elliott, right tackle; Turner, left tackle; Moffet. left guard; Speer, left end; Caldwell. Quarter back. Rowan, captain, right half back; St. Clair, full back; Orr. left half back. The team is considered a strong on?. The lira: team of the University and a big crowd of students went to Union town. Pa., where they played Latrobe this afternoon. Special to the Register Wayneisburg, Pa., October 19.— Waynesburg defeated the second team of the West Virginia University by a score of 10 to 8. Two bed plays lost the game for the University, giving Waynesburg their touchdowns without any interference. The interference of Rowan and end runs by Orr were the features. Morgantown, W. Va„ October 19 — The West Virginia University football team defeated Latrobo at Uuiomown, Pa., by a score of lh to 0. The game was witnessed by a large crowd, including many University rooters from this city. BETHANY SHUT OUT. Special to t.Tie Register. Marietta, O.. October 19.—The game of foot ball between the Marietta and Bethany College teams, which was played here to-day at the K. of P. Park, was a hotly contested game and result ed in a score of 30 to 0 in favor of the Marietta boys. FAMOUS DOG POISONED. LEXINGTON. KY., October 19.—The trotting ilog Ned. owned by T. \V. .Mot'u", of Findlay, O., was killed here by some enemy of McCue last night. The dog was four Years old. cost S.'".'*"1, had a record of 45 seconds for a guarur of a mile, and was never beaten. A reward of is offered. Boston. October 19.—Results at Franklin Park: 2:21 class, trot (conclud ed): Lady Watson won first, second and fourth heats and race; time, 2:19, 2:18, 2:17%; Brown Jim won third heat in 2:19%. 2:27 class trot; Green Bay, Jr., won in straight heats;; time, 2:27%, 2:24, 2:21%. 2:i4 class pacing (unfin ished): Alctnta won fourth and fifth heats, time, 2:15%, 2:16; Tony Wilcox won second and third heats; .time, 2:13%, 2:15%; Bayard Wilkes took first heat in 2:15%. Following are the entries at Latonia for October 21: First, mile, selling Master Fred, Billy Bennett. Traverse, Hinton, No Remarks, Gloriana, San Blaise, Uno, Capstone, Major Dripps 115. Second. % mile—Bessie Yelser, Buckwa )09, Fair Faith. Millard, Bulk line, Egbnrt, Prince Imperial 107, Why Ota, iNonius, i^urnw ic, m.w9 Issio 0., Lary Courtright, Strathmeath, Springvale, Lady Pepper, Canewood, May Thompson, Elsket, Handspun 104. Third. % mile, selling—Umbrella, Pres idio, Montieth 104, Evidence 103, Old Centre. Patriarch 102, La Golondriana, Amerique 99, Feast, Ida Wagner, Fn!ir Larye, Arabetta, Equinox, Hannah, Mike Kelly. Fannie Hunt, Oswego 97. Fourth, mile and 20 yards, selling— Ashland 108, Strnthreel 105, Monto Fonso, G. B. Cox, Peabody, Basso 99, Birmingham 9G, Fayette Belle, Annie Goodwin 93, Relict 90. Fifth, % mile, maidens—Vigars 118, Byron McClel land, Sir Wellington. Cashier. Robin son, Ferry man, Sir Marcus, Major R. 115, Martin, Lonaise, Tartar 112, Gar land, Zutfalig, Jim Dougless 112, Maz zerina, Eunich 110. Sixth. % mile, selling—Little Bramble 107, Sir Vassar, Sir IMlke 10G, Onaretta 105, Judte Oen nv 104, Hanlon 103, Squire G. 101. Helen H. Gardner, Vice Regal, Royal Princess 99, Arcadia 97. _ CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. The next regular civil service ex amination for places in ohe postal ser vice will take place Saturday, December 7;h. Applicants can not, be examined for carrier If under twenty-one or over forty years of age, nor for any other position if under eighteen years of age. The examtoia'tions are open to all citi zens, regardless of politics. Blanks can be secured from Ella W. McClure, Sec retary of the Local Board of Examin ers, wiho will furnish all information. DR. TRACEY’S LECTURE. Dr. Tracey lectured on temperance topics twice, yesterday, at the Hearne Tabernacle, to large audiences. The afternoon lecture attracted a largo num ber of young people. This afternoon he will lecture at the Grand Opera House, to men only, and to-night he will close his series at tho same place. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Friday evening a young man named John Pendleton, twenty-one years of age, liv ing at No. 2243 Main street, accidentally shot himself in the left leg while foolishly handling a revolver. A physician extract ed the hall, the injury being a severe flesn wound. __ \V. t!. C. Corsets, most comfortable and best lit ting. Non-shrinking Winter l nderwear. Embroidered Handkerchiefs (Job) 25e, worth SOe, . __ (link and Colored Kid <S loves (Job) . .»c, worth SI. 45. _SWA HACKER'S. The finest Marshmallows on earth at 25c. a pound. This week only. GEO. L. DURST. MarsdenL.Colvig’s nil: ery is correct. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ttTH E SLeePLess ^•SHOETA AN !-$• ♦ncrcccccaa^aj^aaiLCcciiCco^ Alway* on the*iro. NVver caught B napping. Nothing "Silurian” ubout B r If you are nnxlou* to mv wbnt'a fnah- B lotiiible, all that * (uflilonnhlo and B nothing that’s not fashionable, you B must go to the o BIG STORE. U y And if you want Low Prices, and noth- y i»g but Low Price**, you must let us U quote them. ^ 1049 MAIN STREET. amuSementsT “THE TWO JOHNS.” Of this company, which will appear at the Opera House Wednesday even ing. an exchange says: ’’J. C. Stewart’s ’Two Johns’ Compa ny opened at the Auditorium last even ing. The two loading characters, Philip Johns and Peter Johns, the former by J. C. Stewart and the Litter by Raul Dreser. I't is tho old team of Johns to gether again, and of cours** they have :n good show. The ludicrous mishaps, mistaken identities and comicalities of the funny play were amusingly brought oirt. The company Is a good one. Tho quarteeto made a strong impwsion bp their fine singing and were encored again and again. Tho other specialties are also good. THE FUNNY CRONIES COMING. Tho attraction at. the Grand Opera House the last three nights of this week Is one which never fails to draw crowded houses when it visits Wheeling*] and the Indications are that its coming engagement will be no exception to tlfe| rule. It Is (the comedy favorite, “The1 Two Old Cronies,’’ with the always fuuny John D. Wills, supported by a., carefully-selected cast of comedians* and singers. Tho play has been re written and revised and new songs and1' Jokes substituted for those we’ve hcvm> before. Seats on salo at tho box. office. Tin* River. -r.rii ! - *>H There wero 11 inches of water In. the channel last night Stationary. The ofllceru of the new Cincinnati packet Virginia have ben selected as follows: Capt. T. S. Calhoun, com mander; R. H. Kerr, chief clerk; John. Sweenoy, chief mate, Spence Sanford, and Harry Ollum, pilots; Irvin John ston, steward, and Goo. Johnston, chief engineer. They are all experienced and capable. The lowest stage of water ever re corded at Louisville was 19 inches on. October 14. 1887. In the canal and the falls dry. Now there is 2G inches in thq canal and 1 inch on the falls. Everything is very quiet along tht public landing these days. ATLANTA EXCPRSION8. - - — Lower Kates via I’eriniylvania Lines. In addition to twenty day and season excursion tickets to Atlanta, excep tional low rates have been made for ten day tickets via. Pennsylvania lines. These tickets will be sold October 26th, November 5Ch. 15th and 25th, I lecember 5th and 16th. at $18.40 from Wheeling. 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