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' < jd Against Walling. -n'd Murderer Admitted Knew Pearl Bryan Was v Slaughtered -Described in „ ., j to Chief. Deitch How Jack up. )Pjsed the Dispose of the j .,Body—The Evidence ^i Admitted Yet. Ky., June 6.—The common Walling trial to-day con i.iv in the examination of >li<v Phil Deitsoh. of Cmein ,ve Herrr.au Witte and De MePermott, of Cincinnati, vi termor began yesterday - i to-day. Chief Deitsch ,n<l nearly ail forenoon. i was frequently in retirement of the jury ' ,t. i.ited the admission of . r< ny. Some of the most :1t>ny ay Col. Deis.'h has . the court to be with . j ■ ry until the court hears by counsel and -ion. •i\ in quci ion consists of - U3 admissions nude by •,,) putsch, among which Walling) knew soon after . at Jackson intended to ib heri and he t W.tl! i to perform an abortion \ . -hat Jacson then changed lid he would kill her with a at some room and make it ?he had suicided; that he ms again and said he would cu: her up and scatter the i the city sewers; finally v days before Jackson did (Walling) km v Jackson » . g :o cut her head off. stlmony is put in jeoparv L that C i. Deitsch before he from Walling, told Walling well for him to tell all ;jip whole affair.’ • Plummer testified to an ad ;;:h»1 from Walling in thf ;i v. ry much the same in all • . n:s as that excluded from - a s evidence. nier also stated the heart ... n by Walling that he would v. ned Peart Bryan of her , >-sassination had he found • Cincinnati. Hamilton and when waiting to rrceivo j nuary 27. when she first came na.t i. although he knew all Witte stated that Wallins :n ;iia: after Ptari Bryan came cl. be had to go and look a Thursday because Jackson n c i to Fort Thomas and other - n K ntucky on tha: day. This first nee that has been of ,m . x, ■ r • n of the Kentucky ml, by j. k-m before tne uiur- j defense xiill i vibt’ nut Wall iy. It is that all n«.xt n k will be con t i in taking testimony. ,11. * ■— - vrn urrti) ttm Ki t mi kukk. -•in Prl\«*n to !»< inanition By Her ■ Smith. Ark.. June 6.-—Shortly lock last night, on South Sixth " >. Fagan Bourland shot twice i !y wounded Maude Allen, and i upon her own husband. The - w is the result of an intrigue - anding between Bourland and i w >man. and has not been tin- j i in view of the serious difficul- j in have occurred from time to * hind is quite wealthy, and a most estimable lady and a ■ i • al society. Sh* has not ' -I and probably will not be. w-re fired. one taking f \!len woman's left breast the head. The last shot rock and bounced against •'s l^g. Mrs. Bourland (Ii3 tveif by blacking her face in 1 she might come upon the> unawares. "U M> l|ONKY UELEUATION ' ■*’ ^ irtinsliur* for the Con • k) the Uegis: r. c. \\ Va.. June f>.—At : • c iunty convention held 1 s mil m nev delegation : to the Davi3 conventions ; wi re sv'-cted by a cam- ' ■ >mmended only sound I "• A motion was made by ; •->' element to reject the | ' rnc ion was defeated by j 1 'us vote and the re-. J a<« >P‘ d. ’ - he’d a convention | cat".- to their State I ' ■ conventions. At- ( >n men were chosen. n;u > >i mi)K At; a in. U V- , »'l th. H** HpkI Violently *'• » <• of Ilia Oil. ' - ristcr. * '*’• Va.. Juno 6.—John ' 'li- time ago murdered ter-in-law. at .Milton. -•1 then attempted sui ' ’. ms 'lf. tried to eoai a at th* county jail here ■ discovered bumping 'm-h force against the •s Cp-l- His wounds are ' now in a padded cell ’’ns guard. His rela te insane. with FORGERY. R gister. ■ Va.. June 6.—A here yesterday for iirb's Friendly, for mplaint of Dr. C. W. -'i^Res that Friendly a note and presented inty Bank for dis *'•*’ ^‘*5 fled the county. ■Tl: . 'IKTIES addressed. Register. • Va.. June 6.—The Mo ,, J[erary Pieties of thei - Barbe, at the c‘UCi uunaa t >utn. i THE COLISEUM READY. Preparations at the Bl^ Hall for the Dem ocratic Convention. Chicago, June 6.—Everything is in readiness at the Coliseum for the Na tional Democratic Convention, to be held in July. The print of the appoint ments. as submitted by Architect Be man. and ratified by Mr. Oanda, repre senting the Democratic National Com m itee, has been formally accepted by the Board of Directors. Dimensions of the space to be occupied by the conven tion are TOO feet in length and 300 feet in width. The total seating capacity is 15:000. On *he Sixty-third street side o? the building is the public reception hall. 250x250 feet in size. The western side of this immense lobby will be lined with refreshment stands. Acoustic facilities of the immense buildings have been satisfactorily tested, and have proved an agreeable surprise. Seats have been arrang'd with due consideration for an unobstructed view. The building will be lighted by electricity. WANTED T(TLYNCH HIM. A Drunken Mun Tried to Kill Ills Wife ami Child. Xenia. O., Jun? 6.—At Cedarville, Rome Murray, while drunk, tried to murder his wife and baby with a hatch et. Their condition is dangerous. A crowd of enraged citizens tried to lynch Murray, but he was jaikd here ! before they could act. -o IIAKKInOX JiKI’l HUCAXS Nominate Candidates for Minor Odlces and >*‘leot Delegate*. to the County Conveu I tlon. I Special to the Register. Clarksburg, \Y. Ya., June 6.—The Re I publicans to-day held their primary j conventions througout the county to j appoint delegates to the County Con vention. which will be held on next Tuesday. From the list of delegates it | is generally believed that M. G. Holmes ; will be nominated for sheriff, and Henry I Hay mood for clerk of the Circuit Court. The tight will be close between A. C. Moore a:iHarvey Harmer for prosecut I ing .. rney. and P. M Long and Yirgil : Highland for clerk of the County Court. In Clark district M. S. Riley and J. N. David were nominated for justices, : and Leroy Rollins and Frank Cost for constables, and in Coal district John Flynn and R. S. Northcott were nomi nated for justices, and J. L. Cunning 1 ham and Hugh Sa ger for toasvbies. BITTKK FIGHT IX TAYLOR. i For! noy und lloke Itoth Claim a Majority of l)rlr^ite«. ! Special to the Register. Grafton. \Y. Ya., June 6.—The Re publicans held district meetings in this county .o el«^ delegates to rh--> Judi cial convention. A very bitter fight took place between the Fortney and Hoke factions. The court house dis trict split up and elected two sets of i! jk ates. Th^ fight was disgraceful in tde-extreme. Fortney g ts five dele gates and Hoke thirteen. Both candi dates claim the nomination. LATER Hon. J. T. Hoke carried the Republican district conventions of Tay lor coun:y, held to-day to nominate del egates to th Judicial convention at Elkins next Thursday. The result was unanimous except in or.e district not yet reported. It is be lieved that it will bo for him also. He has also the entire delegation of sixteen from Barbour, which insures him tho nomination. F ur of the Barbour districts were for Te?t*-r first with Hoke for second#choiee, but Taer having withdrawn, the Judge has tu • enire delegation. This gives the Judge f" d* legatts, only being necessary to a choice. -0-- , Till; MONCOW I)KAO. Tho Number of Killed Reached 3,873 and the \\ ounded 4,000. Paris, June 0.—The Eclair asserts that 3,873 persons perished and that •LO'H) persons w re injured in the crush' jn Khodijnskoje plain, outside of Mos cow, on Saturday morning last. BIO POWDSR PLANT SOLD. Niagara Falls. June 6.—It is reported that Schoellkopf <fc Co. have sold their P wib-r plant and privileges to Morton, Bliss & Co., the New York bankers, for $4.000.0'>0. Governor Morton is at tho head of the banking firm, and it is un derstood that they will bond the pur chase for $10.01X1,000. The canal, water and mill privileges were purchased by F. Schoellkopf in the eighties for $7k,0‘X>. He sp nt a large amount of money in widening the canal, and a large power house is now being built below the dam of 50.000 hors; power in addition to the 50.000 horse power in use on the canal basin. A $£>.000 FIRE. Now Britain. Conn.. June 6.—The Booth block. the largest business block In the city, was dam-aged by fire to-dav to the extent of $05,000. The origin of the fire is not known, but the police are at work under the belief that it was in cendiary. BEAT THE COLLEGE BOYS. Special to the Register. i urkersburg. W. Va., June 6.—The Parkersburg base ball club and the W 3 Virginia University nine crossed bats her • .odny a:J\nighfs of Pythias park. The attendance was very large and the game was a hotly contested one, rt suiting in a score of t> to 4 in favor of Parkersburg. -o TWO THINGS HE'S SURE OF. Cant. n. Ohio. June 6.—Senator Proc tor. of Vermont, is here to-day to call on Major McKinley. He said he was sure o: two tilings -that the Frrsiden tr :! n niace wi'.I be a resident of Can vn. a .id hat he. Senator Proctor, is not a candidate for the Vice Presidency. CONFEDERATE GRAVES. Special to the Register. Hunting on. W. Va.. June 6.—Camp Garnett. Confederate veterans, to-day dceorated he graves of the Confederate ! dead at Spring Hill cemetery. The ex ercises here were very quiet owing to the Democratic primary' being held to day. 11 A New Bill Prepared. Omitting the Objectionable Items. The French Spaliation Clr.ims Criti cised by the President—The Sen ate Clearing Up Business Prepar tory to an Eariy Adjournment. Senate Will Insist Upon a Num ber of New Public Buildings. Washington. June 6.—The President to-day sent to the House of Representa tive a message accompanying a veto of the general deficiency appropriation [ bill. The message includes a defense ; of the exercise of the veto power and a long criticism of the French spoliation I claims aggregating over a million dol lars, it::r! also an objection to payment of the Choteau claim for $174,445 aris ing out of the construction of the iron clad steam battery Etlah. Thp President’s veto proved effectual, as the House by a vote of 40 to 149 re fused to pass the bill over the veto and s nt to the Senate a substitute omitting the French spoliation and other claims which had incurred the presidential oil position. Although there was little de bate on the Indian bill conference re port. which involved a compromise ex tending government aid to church schools for another year, when it came to a vote, the compromise was rejected by the narrow vote of 5S to 65. An amendment authorizing the States to make liens on arid lands to cover expenses of reclamation was adopted, and a bill passed limiting mail which cannot be franked. The Senate made some progress to day toward clearing away the great ap propriation bills which stand ahead of adjournment. The Indian bill was fin ally disposed of. the contract school item being modified so that Catholic schools will be abolished July 1, 1S97. After discussing the items of baatle ; ships and armor plate most of the day, the Senate declined by a vote of 24 to j 22. to accept a conference report recom tr.endng ihr.-e battleships and armor plate r a mat ll'-m o' The sun dry civ.l conf.'vs were instructed In I unanimous vote ic insist rr. tiie apprt* | priatioas for new public buildings at the capitol of Utah, Idaho, Wyoming I and Montana, and additional sums for buildings at other points. RESULT OF A PANIC. The Burning Oat of a Fuse Canse* Fright on a Brooklyn Trofly C ar. NEW YORK. June 6.—In a panic on a Brooklyn trolley car. of the Nassau line, to-night, two boys and a man were seri ously Injured and some thiry others bruised and cut. The accident was due entirely to the men and women on the car losing their heads completely. In a mad scramble to get out of the trolley, they fell to the street and Jumped upon each other. The cause of it all was the burning out of a fuse while the car was going at a good rate of speed. FOR FREE SILVER. The Democratic Convent on of Wood County Make* UnquulilUd Declarations. Special to the Register. Parkersburg, W. Va., June C.—The Democratic county convention held here to-day was largely attended and unusually enthusiastic. The following resolutions were adapted: "Resolved, By the Democrats of Wood county, in convention assembled, that we demand the unconditional re-enact ment of the coinage laws of the United States as they existed prior to the year 1S73, without regard to the action of any other nation. “Resolved, That the delegates chosen by this convention be quested not to cast their votes for the nomination of any candidate whose record in the past, as well as the present, does not prove him a friend of the free coinage of silver.” Delegates were selected to represent the county at the several conventions to be held this summer. ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY. A Brilliant Reception to the Law Students *. Frldav Night. Special to the Register. Morgantown, W. Va., June 6.—Dr. and Mrs. St. George T. Brooke gave an elegant reception last night to the graduates of the law school of the Uni versity. Regemts Robinson, Reed, Smith and Thompson arrived this evening. A large number of visitors came in on to-day’s trains, but the big crowd will not be here before Monday. An immeno crovml is expected to at tend the Moot Court to-night. The Regents’ prize essay was awarded to W. S. Dcffcnbaucrh. of Smithfield, Pa., subject: “The Effect of Cuban Inde pe: dance on Cuba. Spain and the Unit ed States.” The decision was render ed by three judges, and the essay will be read at the Regents’ prize declama tion contest Monday night. all of them murdered. Fresno. Cal.. June 6.—The bodies of Steve Shamarian, aged 55, his son Ren jamin. aged 19. daugh:er Que n, aged JO, Armenians, were found five miles from Fresno this morning, all having hern shot in the back of the head. The murdered persons lived on a smaPi ranch. The bodies were found a mile from horn near an irrigation ditch. The sheriff believes he has a clew to tho murderer. MORE FREE SILVER DELEGATES. Special to the Register. Steub.nville, O.. June 6.—All of the Democratic factions united in this minty .his stternoon at the primaries ami elected a solid body of delegates to the county convention, who arc for free silver. This insures solid State and Congressional delegations for free sil ver. HOT REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. Special to the Register. Morgantown, W. Ya.. June 6.—The Republican primary election was the hottest in the history of the county, but the returns are not yet in. Pittsburg Has Taken on Her Bright est Holiday Attire. The National Colors of the United States and Germany Harmoni ously Blended Throughout the City — President Cleveland Will Open the Proceedings. Pittsburg, Pa., June 6.—Pittsburg is in holiday attire in honor of the Twenty-eighth National Saengerfest of the North American Saengerbund, which convenes here nest Monday even ing. But few delegates have arrived so far, but to-morrow and Monday every ;jain is expeeted to bring its quote and r hen President Cleveland touches the electric button, formally opening the Saengerfest on Monday evening, there will be thousands of strangers v/ithin the city ga.es. The decorations at the new exposition hall, where the moot ings and concerts will be held, were completed this evening, and the work has been most artistically done and the hall presents a beautiful and attractive appearance to the eye of every beholder. The national colors cf Germany and the United States are harmoniously blended in all the decorations. Great streamers of red, white, black and blue, reach from all sides to the high dome of the auditorium. The great lyre to be lighted by electricity by President Cleveland touching the burton, hangs at the rear of the great stage, in full view of the entire nudience. On each side are mammoth portraits of the leading musical composers. On the left are those of Wagner, Mendel ssohn and Schubert. These arc hand somely draped with flags. High over the stage is a huge picture of a lyre, on each side of which is a banner inscrib ed i:i large letters "28th National Saen gerfest, 1896.” ‘‘Pittsburg and Alle gheny.” There are also large shields bearing the names of S. C. Foster, F. Abt and Hans Sachs. Flags, festoons, bunting and natural garlands are so arranged as to produce a most beautiful picture. The Saengerfest will be in session four or five days. During that time there will be live concerts, in which 3,000 vocalists, representing over 100 German singing societies throughout the country, will participate. On Tuesday there will be a grand street parade, and on Thursday a monster pic nic at Aliquippa grove. On Friday it is hoped to organize the North American Saengerfest into a permanent organiza tion. On Wednesday the various Swiss turning societies in attendance will hold a national festival. UN1VKRSITV 1SEGEXTS Meet at Morgantown and Transact Only Routine Ruslnoss. Special to the Register. Morgantown. W. Va., June 6.—The Board of Regents of the University met to-day, but transacted only routine bus iness. They received the reports of the different departments and the estimates for running them and appropriated as much money as they could for the pur pose. The moot court to-night drew an im mense crowd. ---O THE TRIP ABANDONED. Special to the Register. East Liverpool, O., June 6.—Will L. Taylor, of the committee on transpor tation for the McKinley club excursion to the National Republican Convention, has just declared the trip to St. Louis off. Arrangements had been made for a train of six Pullman cars in which the clu>b was to lodge while at St. Louis. Many had withdrawn their orders for berths, and as interest was lagging, failure was feared and the order for the train was countermanded. THE BUILDING READY. Chicago, June 6.- Everything is now in readiness at the Coliseum for the Na tional Democratic Convention to be held in July. Dim nsions of the space to be occupied by the convention are 700 feet in length and 300 feet in width. The total seating capacity is 15,000. TORONTO GOES DRY. Special to'the Register. Toronto. Ohio. June 6.—A vote on the local option question here to-day result ed in 19 majority for the drys. It now remains for council to pass the ordin ance. which will be done at the next meeting. SHOT HIM DEAD. Special to the Register. Charleston, W. Va., June. 6.—James Gregg, white, shot anti killed Warren Kimbrough, colored, ait Point‘Creek, this morning. Gregg is said to have been drunk when he shot Kimbrough. Gngg was arrested and lodged in jail in this city. WEfZEL REPUBLICANS. Special to the Register. New Martinsville, W. Va., June 6.— The Republicans held a convention to day and appointed delegates to the vari ous conventions, and instructed for G. W. Atkinson for Governor. T. P. Jacobs for Judge of this judicial district, and Jack Mathews for State Senate, and H. R. Thompson for Clerk of County Court. funeral or col. harvey. Special to the Register. Huntington. W. Va., June 6.—The funeral services o' Col. R. T. Harvey will be held here at 2 o’clock to-mor row. under the auspices of the Masonic order. FOR AN HONORABLE DISCHARGE. Special to \he Register. Washington. D. C. June 6.—Roore sentative Killing to-day introduced a l)i’l to grant an honorable discharge to Samuel J. Stolzenhcrger, late of the IPV.h Pennsylvania Infantry, to date from March 11, 1S65. —-o SIXTEEN TO ONE. CLEVELAND. O.. June 6.—The Demo cratic conventions of Jefferson and Tus carawas counties to-day declared for free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to L For Ohio County Will Assemble To Morrow Morning In the Chamber of the Second Branch of Council—The Delegates Making Up the Body, and the Business to be Transacted. The Ohio County Democratic Conven tion will assemble in the chamber of the i Second Branch oX Council at ten o’clock j to-morrow morning, and will be called ! to order by Chairman Kincheloe, of the i County Committee. The delegates mak | ins dp the body are as follows: Washington — Eugene H. Deiters, t John J. Kenney and Patrick Scally. Madison—John S. Naylor, C. H. Cop<p i and John Loomis. Clay—John A. Howard, R. B. Mer chant and Prof. John M. Birch. Union — James McKinley, Charles Schmidt and Frank Wendel. Webster — Bernard Meighen, Jr., James Carroll and J. A. Wood. Ritchie—J. B. Handlan, Charles J. Otte and William Fuhrman. Liberty—A. C. Harrell, S. S. Jacob and a tie between Daniel Forney and Charles CrumMoker. Triadeiphia — Luther W. Blayney, Wm. M. Hutcheson and W. T. Cham bers. Richland—Harry H. Gardner, George Ebert and James P. Stewart. The Register has heretofore publish ed the business to be transacted, but it is here repeated: To nominate four members of Vhe House of Delegates, Senatorial Confer ees, Delegates to the Judicial Conven tion for the First Circuit, Delegates from the various Districts to the Dem ocratic State Convention to be held at Wheeling on August 12th, A. D. 1896, Delegates to the District Convention to be held at Clarksburg on June 17th, 1896, Delegates from the various Dis tricts to t.he Congressional Convention and to appoint members of the County Executive Committee. -0 WOOLY CHICAGO. A Store Full of People Held Up and Relieved of $500 in Cash—Two Hundred People Saw the Robbery. CHICAGO, Juno fi.—The gang of desper adoes which has been the terror of the west side of the city for the last two months, committed another bold rbbery to-night, holding up a store full of people at 9 p. m., and escaping with $-'00 in cash. The store was Klein’s general merchandise estab lishment at the corner of Fourteenth and Halstead streets. The robi>ery was com mitted in the presence of fully 200 people, wiio were held at the point of revolvers, and on a crowded and brilliantly lighted street. All the robbers escaped. -o INSTRUCTED FOR TURNER. Morgan District Democrats Want Ulm Sent to the Chicago Convention. Special to the Register. iMorgantown, W. Va., June 6.—The Democratic convention of Morgan dis trict to-day elected the following mem bers to the Congressional convention at Davis: E. M. Turner, J. L. Wharton, J. E. Fleming, E. Shisler, R. E. L. Allen. Al ternates, Geo. Gamble, Leroy Crow, R. R. Rice, J. R. Bufibridge and Charles Tool. A resolution was passed instructing the delegates to do all in their power to elect E. M. Turner as one of rhe dele gates to the national convention at Chicago. . The convention was well attended and enthusiastic. C. W. Finnell and John Alexander were re-elected members of the County Executive Committee. -o DEPUTIES ON DUTY. The Sheriff Will Try to Protect Street Railway Kmployes. Milwaukee, June 6.—Formal notice was served upon the sheriff of Milwau kee county to-day by the Electric Rail way Company that he must protect tho company’s suburban lines and the men who work thereon, and if unable to do so, call must be made on the governor to order out the troops. The notice tvas served through the attorneys. As a re sult of this notification Sheriff Stanley took a force of 50 deputy sheriffs to Stiver City, the suburbs where riots oc curred. and lined the straightway tracks with officers. Cars were run on that line during the night without any dis turbance, for the first time in five weeks. The two men shot Thursday night are still alive, hu Motorjnan Breen cannot live. The police have learned that the party in ambush numbered 12 or 15 per sons. Six arrests have been made. WOOD COUNTY REPUBLICANS Select Delegates to the State Convention. M. A. Kendall for Auditor. Special to the Register. Parkersburg. W. Ya.. June G.—A mass convention of Republicans was held in the Court House here this afternoon to select delegates :o the State conven tion. which will be held here July 22. W. W. Van Winkle was chairman and C. Brooks Smith. Jr., secretary. The following delegates were selected: E. McCreary. F. B. Burk. H. F. Tully, T. 0. Bullock.*C. B. Smith. Jno. Hogan, Alex. I^aird, Brent Bartlett. Geo. McHenry. W. T. Heaton. Hubert Dickel. J. W. Dudley, L. D. Craf . Peter Brock. M. V. Trough. W. T. Cook, T. A. Guinn, T. H. Morris, Otto Shultz. J. C. Kimes; G. S. Bradford. Benj. Dernberger, W. T. Cochran. B. T. McMechen. Perry Nice ly. Clark Nelson, D. W. Welch. W. A. McKenzie, P. H. Metcalf, C. S. Cain, Thomas Devaughn, Janies Hunter, C. W. Combs. Delegates were instructed to vote for M. A. Kendall, of Wood county, for Auditor, as long as his name remained ! before the convention. WORK OF RELIEF. Additional Appeals for Aid for the Tor nado Sufferers. St. Louis, June 6.—Pursuant to a res olution of insfruction adopted at a meet ing of the Citizens’ Executive Commit tee of East St. Louis. Mayor H. F. Bad er, of that city, to-day sent out addition al appeals for aid to all cities in Illinois with a population of 1,000 or more. While the relief corps has sufficient funds to meet all immediate expenses as well as continue its work ten days longer, i: intends to overlook no oppor tunity whereby its means may be aug mented. While the starving have been fed and mo3t of the homele.-s housed temporarily, the need of relief work will continue for some time. The most popular plan, and thr one that v/ill undoubtedly he adopted is for Merchants’ Exchange Committee to as urae active control of the field. If this is agreed upon the1'Organization will have charge of all money as heretofore, and of all donations. One mammoth distributing station will be provided, and from it will be delivered all goods and other articles. A FINK PROGRAMME ArrnnRtd for the Second Public Concert Next Tuesday Keening, at 7:15—ASpeclal Motor Over the \V. & K. G.—The lull Programme to be Rendered, No little interest centers in th' con cert to be given by the Woman’s Club next Tuesday evening. This will end the musical season, and a large audi ence will be treated with gems never be fore presented in this city. The pianos to be used are Knabe Grands, one of which, a manificent Concert Grand, was brought especially from the factory in Baltimore for this occasion by Messrs. Millian, Wilkin & Co. The ush "rs, as in the mid-winter concert, will be young ladies, and all details will ba in charge of members of the Club, which I to-day as a musical oranlzation is with out a peer in this State. All renders of the appended program will note its artistic worth as to selec tions and interpreters. The closing number, Hayden's Toy Symphony, be sides being a gem, is a novelty, inas much as it brings before a Wheeling au dience for the first time a woman’s or chestra, no matter what the instru ments. Hayden’s dignified manner of expressing himself musically does not' prepare one for the vivacity and humor displayed in the “Toy Symphony,” which suggested itself on seeing somo children’s toys at a fair in a small town in Hungary, through which he was passing. Collecting a basketful of cuckoos, nightingales, whistles, trum pets, quails, owls, crickets and i attics, he studied their compass, then com posed this amusing little symphony. The choral club of over fib voices will sustain the voice parts, led by Mrs. E. i B. Ryan and Mrs. W. J. W. Cowden, and the following named ladies: Mrs. Oliver Thompson Rhodes, Mrs. Frank LoMoyne Hupp, Mrs. (’has. A. Roemer, Mrs. J. W. Phoebus, Miss Mary Wilde, Miss Bessie Jepson, Miss Flora Pollack, Miss Olga Roller, Miss Wettie Rey maun and Miss Laura Dalzell, with Miss Annie Sage as the piano—play the various instruments—and are the per sonnel c>f the first woman’s orchestra of Wheeling. This number cannot fail to lqave an entertaining impression and fittingly bring to an end the following splendidly chosen musical treat: McKensie— Waken. Waken, Hay Is Dawning Choral Club. Raff (Pianos') .March Ignore Klnfonie 1st piano. Miss Wilde anil Mrs. Henry Bertschy; 2d piano, Miss Bessie D. Taylor and Miss Maud (Jarher. Mozart (Voices)..Sul’ Aria Nozzc de Figaro Mrs. Geo. B. Cal well and Airs. Flora Williams. Raff (Pianos).Aus der suite—Opus 200 1st Piano, Mrs. S. B. Allison; 2d piano, Miss Flora Pollack. - (Pianos) Rest Thee on this Mossy Pillow Miss Alice Egerter, Mrs. Chas. O. Roc nier. Miss Florence Phillips. Dancla (Violin).S La Straniera Schumann (Violin).a Traumerci Mrs. John I’. Glass. Schubert .. Night Choral Club. Intermission. Nevin . Lady Bird Choral Club. Liszt.Rhapsodic Hongroise No. 2 Mrs. Nellie Warren Holloway. Dudley Buck.Concert Waltz Mrs. J. M. Hammond, Miss Loretta McGranahan. Miss Nell Kg.' ter. Miss • Ida Taylor. Miss Bessie McGranahan, Miss Emma Schultz, Miss Theresa Phillips, Miss Lillian Red.il!. Tittl'—Trio . Serenade Violin, Miss Flora Pollack: cornet, Olga Roller; piano, Mrs. Chas. O. Roemer. Ardlti . Waltz Song Miss Zou Hastrngs. Jensen (Pianos).. Wedding Music—Opus 45 a—Festival Procession, h— Rridal Song, c—Round dance, d—Not turn o. 1st riino. Mrs. Frank Le Moyne Hupp and Miss Frances Bell: 2d piano, Mr*. Geo. S. Feeny and .Miss Hulda D.-l aplaine. Haydn . Toy Symphony Mrs. E. B. Ryan. Mrs. W. J. \v Cow den, Choral Club and Orchestra. •-0 RIVER NEWS. Dally Chronicle of the Movement* of the Boat*anJ B'>*ttn*>n. TO-DAY’S BOATS—Pittsburg. K-ystor. • State at 10a. m., Ben llwr at 5 a. m., Ruth at 5 .a m.; Zanesville, Lorena at 4 a. m.: Cincinnati, Virginia at 8 a. m. yESTERDAY’S DEPARTL’RChar leston, Bedford at 9 a. m.; Parkersburg, Liberty at 11 a. m.; New Matnmoras. Lex ington at 11 a. m.; Clarlr.gton, Jewel at 3:30 p. m. There were four feet four Inches of wa ter in the channel last night. .. Falling. The Keystone has been delayed by fogs and other causes. The Coal Bluff succeeded in getting her barges off the upp. r end of the Island, hut they broke loose and were not recaptured until they had floated to the mouth of the creek. The Liberty will hereafter make Sunday excursions from Parkers'burg to Sistcrs ville. C.ipt. Wm. Bay’s new nacket w as launch ed at Ironton yesterday afternoon. -o Christian Sehnepf. the Opera Hoik ? druggist, made ;he following observa tions of the weather yesterday: 7 a. m., 6S; 9 a. m., 72: 12 m., 8b; 3 p. m., 86; 7 p. m.. 84. Weather changeable. WASHINGTON, D. C., June 6.-For West Virginia—Generally fair during the day. followed by showers and thunder storm* at night; southerly winds. « The Republicans Only Cast a Moderate Vote. This Morning It Looks Like James E. Doyle Was the Nominee for Sheriff, and E. M. Lewis for Coun ty Clerk — The Legislature in Doubt, but Leach is Probably One of tho Nominees. The Marshall county Republican pri mary election occurred yesterday, and although the vote was not heavy, it was a hot race, so far as the ofli. ■ $ of Sheriff and Clerk of the County Court were concerned. The candidates for She.ft were: J. E. Doyle, Thomas Montgom ery, W. H. Harris, G. F. Gray, \\ . C. Riggs, J. L. McMeehen an<i John W. Burehinal. The candidates :or County Clerk were: E. M. Ltwis and J. L. Phillips. L. T. Stidger was the only candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court, and T. J. Parsons the only candidate for Prosecuting Attorney. Through some oversight few figures were sent in for candidates for the House of Dele gates, and from scattering figures it was impossible to certainly tell who was elected, but at one o’clock this morning it was a good guess that Leach was one of the nominees to the House of Delegates, with the other in doubt between Purdy and Hanen. The returns up to one o’clock this morning were as follows: SHERIFF. James E. Doyle—Rosby’9 Rock, 1; Lynn Camp, 0; Dixon’s School Home, 27; Rockdale, 4; Nauvoo, 11; Belltou, 1.4; Rig Run, 53; one precinct MaMechen, 27; Dorsey precinct, (Moundsville, 6; Court House, 11; Cameron, 74; Terrill School House, Glen Easton, 3; Thir l ward, Uenwood, 63; Boggs’ Run, 24; Sharp's, 93; school house, 02; City Hall, Ben wood, 173; Mayor’s office, MdMcch en, 119; total, 829 Thomas Montgomery—Rosby’s Rock, 0; Lynn Camp, 0; Dixon's School House, 0; Rockdale, 1; Nauvoo, 0; Bellton, ft; Big Run, 9; one precinct McMechen, 27; Dorsey precinct, Moundsville, 6; Court House, 'Moundjsville, 0; Cameron, 74; Terrill school house, C.len Easton, 3; Third ward, Benwood, 1; Boggs’ Run, 5; Sharp's store, 3; School House, 1; City Hall, Benwood, 1; Mayor’s office, McMechen, 4; total, 126. W. H. Harris—Rosby’s Rock, 10; Lynn Camp, 35; Dixon’s School House, 11; Rockdale, 30; Nauvoo, 46; Bellton, 31; Big Run, 12; one .precinc . Mc Merhen, 2; Dorsey’s precinct. Mound. vllle, 30; Court House, 35; Cameron, 69; Terrill School House, Glen Easton, 4<*. Bogg's Run, 1; Sharp's ?tore, 4; School House, 0; City Hall, Benwood, 1; y.Hf~ or’8 office, McMechen, 6; total, 363. Cr. F. Gray—Ronby’s Rock, 29; Lynn Camp, 20; Dixon's school house, 0; Rockdale, 26; Nauvoo, 9; Bellton. 38; Big Run, 2; One precinct, McMech* , 9; Mayor’s office, McMechen, 6; Dors \ Moundsville, 92; Court House, le. ; Cameron, 36; Terrill school house, O! t Easton, 45; Bogg's Run. 1; Sharp's st< • <>, 1°■ School House, 1; City Hall, 9; to al. 427. YV. C. Riggs—Rosby’s Rock, 0; Lynn I Camp, 11; Dixon’s school house, ft; Rockdale, 6; Nauvoo, 1; Bellton, 0; Big Run, 0; one precinct. McMechen, 0; May or’s office, McMechen, 1; Dorsey':, Moundsville, 6; Court House, 30; Cam eron, 26; Terrill school house, Glen Easton, 3; Third ward. Benwood, 23; Bogg’s Run, 0; Sharp's. 1; g< House, 1; City Hall, 0; total, 109. J. L. McMechen—Rosby’s Ri>ok, 2; Lynn Camp, 11; Dixon's j;hool hour , 0; Rockdale, 6; Nauvoo, i; Bellton, (); Big Run, 0: one precinct. McMechci, ;; Mayor’s office, McMechen, 38; Dorsey's, Moundsville, 4; Court House, 16; < am eron, 8; Terrill school house, Glen K.i on, 1; Third ward, Berwood, 23; Sharp’s. 12; School House. 23; City Hail, 41; tchal. 190. John YV.Burchinall—Rosby’s Rock. 2; Lvnn Camp, 1; Dixon's schooj house, 0; Rockdale, ft; ^'auvoo, 0; Bellton. ft; Big Run, 4; one precirn-, McMechen, 1; Mayor’s office. McMechen, 4; Dorsey's] Moundsville, 45; Court House, 94; Cam eron, 26: Terrill school house, Glen Piston, 4; Bogg’s Run, 0; Third ward, Benwood, ft; Sharp’s, 1: School House, 0; City Hall, 0; total, 182. CLERK COUNTY COURT. E. M. Lewis—Rosbv’s Rock, 24; Lynn Camp, 63; Dixon’s school house. 5; Rockdale, 32; Nauvoo, 36; Thin! ward, Bpnwood, 95; Bellton. 37; Big Run. 27; one precinct, McMechen, 33; Dorsey’ . Moundsville, 163; Cameron 64; Terrill school hoti -e, Glen Easton, 41; Mayor's office, McMechen, 1< 1; Court House, Moundsville, 253; Bogg’s Run, 52; Sharp's, 105; School Jloime, 95; City Hall. 209; total, 1,441. Jos. L. Phillips—Rosby’s Rock. S; Lynn Camp, 8; Dixon’s school houw\, 33; Rockdale. 37: Nauvoo. 31; Third ward, Benwood, 7: Boilton, 49; Big Run, 52; one precinct, McMechen, 17; Dor sey’s. Moundsville. 27; Cameron, 174; Tcrril school house, Glen Easton 54; Mayor's office. McMechen. 80; C . ire House, 46; Bogg’s Run, 1; Sharp’s, 19, School Home, 7; City Hall, 10; toial, 636. CAR hi. I. tODTV DEMOCRATS. I Indications as Presented by Incomplete Returns. Special to the Rt sister. Huntington, W. Va., June ft.—The Democratic county primary wis he'.fl here to-day. From returns up to this hour indications are that W. M. Bowles is nominated for sheriff. Garland Buf fington, for county clerk; R. W. Mc Williams, Circuit clerk, ar.d Gforg I. Neal, for prosecuting attorney. The country vote may change this, however. FOR FREE silver. Special to the Register. Woodsfield, O., June 6.—Th" del - gift 3 selected to the Dis'rict Conven tion to-day stand 23 for silver and 10 against; to the State Convention, 5 to 2. -o —James A. Garfield Circle, No. 1, Ladirt of the G. A. R., will hold their regular session In Egerter Hall next Thursday morning. A full attendance is desired.