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DRY OQODS.
NOTICE!
On and After This Date
OUR STORE WILL BE
OPEN UNTIL9P.M.
A, SIEDENBACH & BRO?
110*1- Main Street.
eft WHKIII.IWW, w. y\,
NEW GOODS!
Wo ar* now opening dally new and choice
Dry Goods and Trimmings
01 every description. Abo tbe latest Fall
and Winter
CLOAKS, DOLMANS, JACKETS,
AND UL5TEHET1EN,
In Black and Colors, for Ladles and Children,
We will display one hundred ditUsrent
Htylen, and invite onrcustodiers and the Irudi
loan early inspection.
H. EMSHEIMER, .
ElxrembSt, foot. Main and Market.
*el "
Academy oi* 3Iuh1c.
TUESDAY, NKI'IKMUKIt Itttli.
OPENING NIGHT.
Attraction Extraordinary.
r?Aor rx/riMnr
nuoc. hi i iinvjic.
America's Great Emotional Actrens.
COL. WJI. E. SINN ? MANAOEB
Supported by the
Brooklyn Part Theatre Company
lit the tintudSuccctsfal&ocietv llruma, lu three
Act#, entitled *
The Princess ol Paris,
(sole and exclusive property of Rose Eytlrgs.)
ROSE EYT1NGE as} Princes* of l'arls.
ThenUy will be printed as originally producci
In I'arh, wiu appropriate Scenery,elcKani Parlslui
Costumes, anil unexceptionable strutiK Cast.
A<lmiM>lon.50 and "5 cents, Kwervcd scats fo
ludeat I.ucih' music fctorc, commencing Saturday
September 'Jth.
MAtymm
Oitlpc: Iiom.23 ?ml 27 Fourteenth Ntreet
S?w Advertlaetueut*.
Grandest of the Series.
Base Ball on New Kair Grounds.
Regular Kanawha Packet?Steamer W. N
ChHticellor.
Wanted to Rent?Show Casta.
Notice?Cadelahi p.
Nndnu m F Ll.-IX...
Election Notice?Home Building Associa
lion.
New Fall and Winter Goods?C. Hess
Boos, Merchaut Tailors.
Lecture on Capital and tabor.
Tickets tor the State Fair.
State Fair Notice.
Academy of Music?Hose Kytinge?Loca:
f
WILL receive tonljy, 400 boxes cltoict
Yellow Freestone Peaches.
251) boxes Hamsun Plums.
60 box?s Uurtiet Pears*
SO barrels Sweet Potatoes.
25 boxes Lemons. At
ZAILS1TZ B110S\,
ljM) Wain atreet.
HAHllLK, Marblcized and Slate Man
tols. The 1 dry eat black and variety, a
F. U. Caldwell'*, 1500 and 1502 Jlarkel
street. _____
CAS DIES, Fruits, A'uts and flic flues
Refreshments at Sirs. Zeigeafelder's, No
66 Twelfth street.
HI E usual merchants' luiich nttheNev
McLure llonae Sample Rooms daily.
Tiieriuouiuiwr Kvcunt.
The following shows the range of the tber
cnomoter, as observed at Schnepfs drugstore
Opera House corner, yesterday:
1H81 . 1H?"2
7 k. u. il m. 3 r. *. 7 r m )7a. m. 12 *, 3 c, a, 7 m
73 100 100 W l_ 74 St S3 80
Washington, September 7,1 a. m.?For tin
Ohio Yuliuy and Tennessee, partly cloud;
weather ami local rains, variable winds, lowe,
barometer and stationary or higher tempera
ture.
For Lower Lake region, slightly warmer fai
weather, variable winds, lower baromete
aud stationary or higher temperature.
The Utf Mm. IIoIhIcii llurtlcu.
The many old friends and acquaintance
of Mrs. Kolsten Harden were no uoubt pain
ed to read of her death at an early hour yes
terday morning". She was one of the old pea
pie of this vicinity, coming here from Pitts
burgh with her husband in thespringof I84S
at ttie time when the old Point Mill was ii
operation. He was one of the pioneer work
men who built the LaUellu Mill, und remain
ed a member of the company until his deatli
and his widow'* estate remained in it iinti
her death. She was a most estimable am
genial lady, who shared all the vicissitude
of her husbands life, aud reared a respectabl
family by whom she was surrounded in lie
last moments. She and her husband wer
both natives of Chester county, Pa., retuov
ing from there to Pittsburgh in 1831), an
from thence, as we have said; coming to thi
city at a later day. Her remains will be it
tered at Greenwood to-morrow.
Regent* of (he Ntntc Uuivcmlty.
^ Some changes were made yesterday in th
i3oaru 01 licgcnu 01 tne state University a
Morgantown. The law governing the inst
tution prescribes that the Regents shall nun
ber the aaiue as the SeimtoriaJ districts in tli
State, .and that one shall come from each r.
these districts. By the reapportionment lai
passed last winter the Legislature create
vacancies in the regencies frorasevcral of th
districts by changing their geographic*
boundaries. Several o( the regents were t
bo reappointed yesterday at ,any rate, thel
times having expired,and therefore the Gove;
nor tilled nil the existing vacancies. For th
First district he appointed \V. P. Willey, c
Wheeling, vice l)r. B. W. Allen, removei
for the Fifth, Jacob J. Armstrong, of Jack
son county; vice Dr. James Stewart, ofPui
nam; for the Sixth, K. A. Rennet, of Hunt
ington, Regent for the old .Seventh distric
tor the Seventh, Joseph E. Chilton, of Lir
txiln county, for the Ninth, (old Sixth) D. C
Gallagher," of Charleston, vice Jlenry t
Walker, for the Tenth, T. J. Farnesworth, o
Upshur county, formerly Regent for th
old Ninth; for the Eleventh, Joseph Mon
land, of Morgantown, formerly incumbeu
-for the Tenth; for the Twelfth, John A. Hot
inson, of Mineral county, ex-Regent for tin
Eleventh; and for the Thirteenth. D, U. Lu
caa, late Regent for the former Twelfth,
CITY 11RF.VITIE*.
All MorfM of fuft're?f ftitf Jlnticr <oSui?iI '
Base ball again this afternoon.
The Btate Fair approaches apace.
To day Is Brazil's Fourth of July.
Qhapek are down to B cents a pound.
Til* Cincinnati Eipoallion opened yesterday.
Accokdinu to the almanac dog days are
ended.
Tickkts for Raymond's engagement will be
sold to-duy,
UoTit parts of the Circuit Court will he In
ewMtlun today.
The St. C'lnlravllltf and NVellsburg fairs are
both In progress.
The Wilson Lyceum will open theeloyenth
of this month for uctlvc buslnctw.
All will agree In pronouncing the list of
t[>eed entrlfa (or the Htate Fair Aral-class.
Fl cci'i Huos'. wagon broke down last
t.Ul.t Ml. II... rf.rtiM* ,.f K..IV .mil MivtftmtI.
streets.
Trnc Injunction suit of the J). ?l 0. raDranil
com puny will be argued in the U. 8. District
Court to-day.
Mon* people go to the Statu Fair Grounds
via the brldgo since the drowning accident
on Tuesday thun before.
Citi/.knh In the Fourth w?rd nro on the
hunt fur the garbage collector in that district.
They have not teen him for several days.
Title body of Hermann Delbrugwe, who was
drowned Tuesday afternoon while crossing
the river in a frkiflf with aev?ral other*, has
not yet been recovered. Careful search was
made yesterday, hut with no result.
Dunmoiik wiiitinu yesterday caused Mn.
Maxwell to be arraigned before fquiro Caldwell
on a Deace warrant, charging her with
threa'enUig to kill hla child. The case was
dismissed tit the complainant's costs.
A ckktimcatk of incor|>orallon was yesterday
issued to a Mineral county corporation
known as the A brant's Creek Ifaotu and
Lumber Company. The capital stock is$50,
(MX), and the principal otnee at keyser.
Tiik Committee on Wharfs meets this
morning at 10 o'clock at the wharf, and the
Committee on Streets, Alleys and Grades at
llieCity Iluildiim this evening. The Water
Works committee whs to liavo met last evening,
but failed to gi t u ijuoriuu.
A capias was yesterday issued by Judge
Jacob for Mrs. Sarah Ki'k, the mother of
Morris McAdums, who was indicted bv the
late Grand Jury for ~feiouiously receiving
stolen goods, knowing them to be stolen, and
; Deputy bin rill Klancliard lodged her in jail.
Tiik contract tor the foundation of the
Short Creek bridge was yesterday let by the
Committee on Jtoads and liridgcs of the
Hoard of Commissioners.* The contract for
masonry was awarded to P. Q. Shrake, at tf>
per cubic yard, and that for tilling to W. 11.
r l)avis, at 2t cents a cubic yard.
While 0. C. Miller, a painter in the Eighth
ward, was engaged in painting a small piece
: of work a few doors from his shop yesterday,
some uneuk thief entered the shop and finding
Miller s cout, he took it Into the back
yard and rilled the pockets of their contents.
This U the second time Mr. Miller has been
robbed in this manner.
Next Sunday there will bo an excursion
from Pittsburgh to this city of about GOO
members of the order of Itedmen. Lust
evening there was a meeting of the commit
teen froui local lodge*, held in this city, at
which It wan resolved to meet tbe excursionists
upon their arrival in this city, and entertain
them uh fully ua tliu Jaw allows on Sun
day. Monday there will be agrand picnicat
Siebert's.
Tub Maryland Mulicul Journal for Septem}
ber contains a notice of the transactions of
the Medical Soclwty of this State, which is
very complimentary. Itsavs "I'he address
of the late President, Dr. ileevej*, itfa ehef </'
ociurein its way, being energetic, practical
and agressive," and it particularizes two of
I the payers raid as iwrticulary creditable,
namely, "Public Health, or Sanitary
Science," by Dr. T. H. Cauiden.of this city,"
. and "The Relations of Meteorologv and Disease,"
by Dr. K. A. Hildreth, also of this
| ciiy. !
'I'll K I'OIIKIK,
r ?
. U. S. District Court?Judge Jackson.
; In this court yesterday in the admiralty I
cause oi Win. C. Beans vs. the Wheeling, J
Parkerksburg <fe Cincinnati Transportation
Company, the respondent, by their counsel, |
: liled their exceptions to the libel heretofore
entered.
: .Wheeling, Parkersburg?& Cincinnati Transportation
Company vs. the Steamboat John
Lomus. The court heard the arguments of
counsel on the exceptions heretofore 11 led to
the original libel in this case, and overruled
the exceptions, where upon the respondent
fded its answer and claim. '
United Slates vs. Henry Dice, charged
wuu violating the internal revenue laws by
. selling liquor without a license. On motion
of the District Attorney a Initials capitis wus
: ordered to issue, returnable forthwith.
United States vs. Kara Snodgrass, same
charge as the foregoing, and ftauiu proceedings
hnd.
United Slates vs. Geo.Weedle.Same charge
[ and same process.
United Suites va. Veronica Loy. Same
charge and name process.
? Clark it Hubbard, assignees, eta, vs. James
Hutchinson. Injunction ^routed restrainA.
J. Clark and K. 0. liarr, special commissions
in the case, from telling or interfering
with the real estate involved.
Adjourned until 10 \. m. to-day.
CllicuiT Couut, 1'abt r.?Judge Jacob.
This Court met at the uauul hour yesterday
morning.
T. II. U. Staggers, of the Marion county
. bar. WUS lutruittfd to uriuMirw in fliia f'i.nri
. In the case of the Statu vs. B. F. McMechen,
charged with grand larceny, a demurrer
L was entered to the indictment.
Cornelius Tobias Vance, and Albert Price,
charged with petty larceny, werebrouglitinto
I Court, and plead not guilty. Desiring counsel
to defend theiu, and not being able to
* employ them, the Court assigned John 0.
Pendleton to Vance and L. F. Stifel to Price,
The cases were set for triul on Sept. 22.
f Win. keeper desiring counsel to defend
him on the charge of petty larceny, and not
being able to employ uny.tlin Court assigned
(Juy It. C. Allen to defend him.
In the case of Joseph Green, chargfd with
' selling liquor ou Sunday, a motion to quash
' the indictment was entered by accused's
counsel, Uen. Robert White.
, Cuses of .Frank Campbell und Anthony
Kinney, imlioted for grand lurceny, set for
September 22.
, Cases of C. Ilorsiuan, Frank Lut&, Louis
Swalb, August Mathewp, J H. Russell, Law[
rence Heifer and Win. Gondii- g, charged
. with selling liquor to minors, set for triul on
September 23.
r Case of Wilbur Milligan, indictcd for murr
der, set for trial September 13th.
Case of liugena Cady,- indicted for grand
larceny, set for September 21. |
John Wilson,"charged wi h grand larceny,
wns brought iuto Court and inquired of con-'
B cerning Mobility to employ counsel. Having
nouej K. McKennnn was assigned to do-1
feud lilui. : '
1 JudseT. D. Houston ,was aligned to de.
fend Morris McAdams, indicted for burglary.
'? Court ddjourned to meet at 9:30 o'clock, a.
1 u. to-dav.
.
'J>PKIIMOX'ALT, piOTES
About Souic of Ili? Wlie**linr People anil
ltoninOiiieri'4)ui>lu.
? Miss Clara Clarke is at present visiting at
? 8tcubonvillc,.~*7^r*nr^-'7- e
Miss Kute Hornbrbok, of Powhatan, Ohio,
.. returned to the College yesterday.
d Messrs. Win. Hull and Dan Kline, of tho
is KiiMh ward, leave in a few days for Cincini*
natl.
T H. li. Stagger*, Esq., the well-known
young attorney of Fairmont, was in the city
yesterday.
e Charlie Johnson; formerly\of the. fonder
lt here, is editing a new paper called Truth, at
' Kansas City.
l* Miss Gertio Baldwin, of Clarington, Ohio,
, entered as a student ai the Wheeling female
v College yesterday.
d Prof.'Waldemar Malmene took his place
ie in the Faculty of the Wheeling Female Colli
lege yesterday morning. .
o A telegram received at the 8tate Uoim
ir yesterday announced that Secretary of State
r* Stalnaker would arrivo in the city to-day.
? Mrs. C. W. Conner and daughters, Alma
!; and Laura, returned to the city on Tuesday
'? evening after spending tha" summer very
* pleasantly at Mountain Lake Park, .
r Mr. and Mrs. Wtu. Lefghton, Miss Mamie
i. Lelghton, Mrs. Flanders, Miss Minnie Luring
,1 and Miss Jessie Parks returned from Chicago
yesterday, having finished their summer
}' visiting in tho West. . f \
if Miss Eva Stewart, daughter of Mrs. J. A.
e Stewart, of this city, yesterday entered school
h at Mt, DeChantal for the ensuing terra. She
it was accompanied by her mother, Col. A. C.
> Mills and wife, and .her'brother. Mr. MMt
e Stewart and wife, all of whom enjoyed n 9ort
i. of basket picnic at the Mount and Morala
rook's Vark.?Jiellnire Jndtpaidcnt.
THE XEKII.lKNOCKS' DAY.
Tbry lirHf tlio ftUmiHrtli-flome Smq
Bull Uriel*
Seven to live. Well, it was a good game.
It la not to bo presumed that the Standards
can l>?at a picked nine of two crack clubs
every time. There are some Impossibilities la
this wo'rld. According to the best judgment
of the people on tbegrouudu the score should
have been even on the lost inning. But It
wasn't. It was seven to live In favor of the
visitors.
While It la the custom to conjuro up mta
takes on ths partoftho defeated nine, and
to blame the umpire for gross misruling*, in
this case the defeat of the Standards can
easily be accounted for. Barkley's put out
oil third was a very doubtful decision, and
Howe, who scored on lite eighth Inning wan
lalrly out on llr*t. These decisions would
have made the score even, llut It is not our
province to kick. The Nesliannocks beat the
Standard with the partial aid of an
umpire, n gentleman who played In Tuea*
day it game, and who, |>erhap.?, whs interested
Ill ilie result of the contest. It in unless to
deny, however. that tin* Standards played a
very mediocre gHin? coni|>arcd with the previoiiu
<l?y'? performance, while the "red
legs," villi the assistance of some Crockery
City recruits, showed up to much better au?
vantage. It wan expected that they would.
They did not disappoiut the people, mid
those who stayed away missed a very lino
gome.
The small defeat will do the homo team
some good, and will besides afford a panacea
Uj (he Ifarntsvlllo club that hat been mount'
lug ever since they were totally destroyed.
The Standards can well afford to rest on the
laurels they have won, and have no reason
whatever to feel ashamed of yesterday's contest.
It was spirited, hot and entertaining,
and well repaid the four or'fivo hundred people
who witnessed it and had no money on
the result. Boiuething will drop yet. There
are more games to play.
Below is the summary:
STAN DAK 1)9. ,
A Uj H I II. I' O A. K.
SillltVMll 1st b 5 0 0 13 0 1
IMfMCy.C I 1 a! 4 1 u
Uir?l, p 5 2 X 0 4 2
llfwonbC'lK. b ft 0 0 3 2 3
3J?>lfttl, s. s... 5 0 10 3 1)
Sillkr, 3d b | 12 2 3 0
V. Mftnluln, I. f..'. 4 1110 0
A. Itclllll'll), C. f 4 0 10 0 0
Hliein, r. f 2 0 1 0 0 0
Tntui as | 61 ii 'i\* ~ ~T
wWelcb struck by baiU.nl ball.
NKJUNNOCKi.
~~~ A II It I B l? O A. 1/
Welch, let b ?.... 4 1 1 6 0 o
Hutiet. p...-. 4 0 0 0 7 0
W. '?alker, 3d b 4 0 0 1 3 0
HOVVO, a. 8 ..... 12 2 12 1
y. Walker, c. 1 1 2 12 I O
McJunkliw, 2d b 1 1 0 3 2 2
Jllehardson.). f 4 1 2 3 0 0
Huihurlmid.cJ400110
Ueed, r. L ... 1110 0 0
Total !f? 7 8 27 10 T
BCOKK UY ISNINU8.
.. , , I 2 3 I 5 C 7 S 0?1
| SUUnlardl 0 0 II 2 0 0 0 0-,fl
floliunuook* h0 '1 0 2. ',{0 0 1 7
Kamed Runa?standards, ?; .SVMjiinnoek. 1.
Two-haw hit*? K, Walker. Richardson, C, lionloin.
Total bancs on clean hits?Standard, 12: Nehlwu
nock. 10.
Struck out?Standard, 5: Neslmnnock, 2.
L?-fl on buM.'?Standard, "l Neslmnuock, 4.
Time of game, 2:15.
Umpire-Mr. Wallace.
on. my!
First of the season!
A defeat that woa not a defeat.
Once more, boys, for the cigars.
"0, give us the Parkersburg Stars."
Wallace is not a success as an umpire.
Seven to five, Well, it can't be helped.
To the 1'Jarnaville club?Yell, now; We can
bear you.
Hie Standards have been beaten. Everybody
"cuss" now. That's the old style!
"The way that crowd applauds reminds
me of some I've seen in country towns."?
Member of the 'Sucks.'
Hairy McLure, that base ball enthusiast,
just arrived home from the west in time
to see ?be Standards defeated fur the first
tinte this year.
Barclay's head was level yesterday when he
cried out to the hooting, howling mob of
spectators, "We are doing tho playing. Let
us do the kicking."
We can furnish a man who will bet that
the Standards can beat the Keshan nocks,
Crockery Cities and the umpire four games
out of five. Any takers?
Tho Star Case pall Club, of Parkersburg.
will play the Standards this afternoon at 3
o'clock. Heinlein will pitoh for tjje Standards
and Laird wilt catoh,
j The Parkersburg Stars are all big mon and
I very pleasant gentlemen. They will play the
Standards t bis afternoon on the Fair Grounds.
This is a State club. See to it, spectators,
that they have a crowd and a warm reception.
The game between the Stars, of Parkersburg,
and t|ip Standards, did not materialize
yesterday morning owing a inisuderstandling
among the Stars, who buppoied that they
were to play in the afternoon, as had been
rtflrurtix/irl
The reporters' gallery and the stairs leading
to it were overrun with outsiders yesterI
day, crowding the lead-pencil and pad men
entirely out. They ha* to hunt their own
accommodations. The Standards should see
to the comfort of their co/|}f?rt r3'
What was the matter with little Trainer
when Hobby MuNichol didn't suit? or with
some of the Parkersburg nine? or with some
of the players /'Oiu Steubenville? All would
have made eood umpires A man who
played the day before should tieyer haye been
taken.
The South Siders do not like the Standards.
Those living on that side swear by the HiverI
sides, and greeted the defeat of the white and
'green with the livlfc&t satisfaction, at least
that element did that makes itself so obnoxious
to the public by yelling from the trees
outside the south fence.
When the boys organized the Standard B.
15. Club, ttiey retolvei) to make it as unobjectionable
as possible and with that end in
view, resolved to have no beer about their
I games. This resolution was heartily npolauiied
by the public. Beer is weii enongn
at the races when people are Ijound to yn
somewhere between )nat$, hut in a base hall
game one wants to stay and see It through,
provided there are no alJuremenif to draw
tliein away. When the Standards contracted
' for the grounds they stinulated that thev
j wanted no beer Yesterday afternoon, they
I found the bur in full blast. The Association
wanted to make a few dol|
Urn, not uatielled with the handsome
sum already brought In by the club. A committee
of the club waited on Messrs. Mendel
and Campbell, and firmly but politely refused
to occupy the grounds until the beer
wus removed. They denied the statement
that they were trying to run the grounds,
but protested that their only desire was to
make the piace apd game eminently resectable.
At last the beer was taken out for the
day, but it is said a meeting of the Boaid is
to be called to annul the agreement with the
Standards, We hone tho Assopiation will
stick to the original contract,
At Baltimore yesterday the score stood:
Altejjhfny .. 7 o 3 0 0 4 o 0 0-14
lUltl mores ~2 01000040-7
Wheeling Female College.
This Institution begun its thirty-third year
yesterday morning, under very (tattering
auspices.
Tne exercises were opened by Hon. C. D.
Hubbard, President of the Board of Trustees.
Rev. A. Hall, of Kingwood, conducted the
chapel services.
Dr. Cunningham, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church was present, and made an
able address on thoroughness in work.
Rev. Geo. E. Hite spoke at length in his
usual bright and earnest manner, urging on
theyoiym ladies the importance of being
practical
Mr. Thoma, of the daily Volkblatt, offered
words of congratulation on the prosperity ol
tho shcool.
After the more formal exercises tho morning
was spent in an informal reception, and
a very enjoyable time was had by all present,
We adu our wishes to those 'of the many
frlendsof the College, that the present year
may be highly successful. '
Will receive to-tiny. -J00 boxes choice Fret
3lone reaches at /aunjts Hups tfcCo.'s.
Docroii bills are abominable and not need,
ed.in kidney and liver affections, as.Perumi
and Manaiin will cure them.
Enmch and revitalize the blood by using
Brown's Iron Bitters daw
Kediicliou In l'inuoN.
Present stock of pianos, Steinway, Knabe
Ubickering, Hallet A Davis^ Emerson, Hardman,
Guild, Ac., at the very lowest prices,
and great reduction for cost. Call early and
secure great bargains.
Lucab' Music 8tork,
1142 Main street
HOOP LA t
Tlie*|H*ti EolriesforliicStnle Fair?The
NrcoMd Aniiunl Miovr to be a lllff
MlCCVIV.
Aathe opening day for the second 8tate
Fair and Ex position draws nearer, the efforts
o( tbo managers to make it surpass the
fine show of last year aro becoming more and
more apparent.
The bulldlugs at the present time present an
unuuialty attractive appearance, and the
burry of the workmen repairing and building
new stumis, and that of the exhibitors
placing their stock, are sure . tokens that the
ellorlsofthe management aro appreciated
and their co-laborers, tho business men are
doing their share to help the succcitsot the
show and themselves at the samo
time. The exhibition will undoubtedly
be largely attondcd on opening
day,' and an tllbrt is being
made to have the exhibition a complete one
by that time. The decorations throughout
are more elaborate than heietoforeand some
very artistic designs have been placed on
the different Bbindft. TJ>? nimwirwiwiit t>u? I
0. >4. ??. i.uyiiii, i nriicrauurg. \>. va., enters or. m.
Ida II.
Kipru DAY, nuruY, SKPTEMKER 15.
First IUce?Free for all pace. Purse 85C0.
1. James Akin, Columbia, Town, enter* b. s. Joe
liowers, by onl Joe Bowers.
2. L J Dewey, Toledo, o., enters b. s. Charley H.,
tire unknown.
3 t'iVia lliifkle, Cleveland, 0., enters br. g. Keno,
by { hinjeotbu, "" ' ' " ' * "
i 4. Neil. Nor n Po|nt, Pa? enters b. g. Jiny J|m,
.Mre unknown
Si'iWM Jbictwiturming, twomHeda^i. J'ltree, $IV.
1. K. A. Flanlgun, Pennsylvania, enters b. m, Virginia,
by Vinjll.
2. Saim-el Montgomery. Wnyuesburg, Pa., enters b.
w. F?iry Queen, by Enquire.
3. Kd. llower, Pittsburgh. l'u.f enters ch. g. Elector,
by Letups.
Third Hrtce?RIcyolc Race, best 2 in three mile heats,
01 en to all Amateurs. 1st 1'rlze. Fine Gold Medal.
Vd i'rlzo, -ilver Medal: the above is also for Cham*
ploiudiip of ?efcVVUKi?i^
Fourth {{HcenOtiuhiimired yard slow race, free for
all (?taud still barredj oestliin ft. 1st I'rUe, Cradle
Bprlng. 2nd Prise. Nlukel Alarm Clock.
Grand llleyele brill.
SIXTH DAY, SATURDAY, SF.JUMnEll 10.
Ffrst Race?Trot 2.45 clus*. PurfccStrO.
1. J. 11. Sherman, Zaiu'bville, u., enters b.g. Cliffwood
by Almoin Chief.
2. Ab. Kuhh, Youugitown, 0., outers b.m. Rosa by
liluj: Hull.
a jA?it:i Wjilker. Laiyrancefjarg. I ml, enters b. g.
Col. Bannister by Cuitls' Ha ?.bletonlan.
4. W. N. Koberlson, Jr.. Cleveland, Ohio, enters g.
g. AVm. G. by unknown.
5. ild. F. ''Ctrs. Columbia. Tenn., enters b.s. Ed.
ticerx by Euflph}. "
6. J. II. Penntnan. 8Dr|ngfle1d, tl., enters br. ?
Burnt. by -|1 UiifiMJiiVu 7.
L. N. l.ourtti, Pi\rken?butg, Vf. Va., enters blk. g.
TourUt.
JecMid liHee?Trot, free for?nll. Purse 8500.
J. J. S. lluwll, 'oiufutiu-, 0., enters b. g. Dr. Nor*
nmii, by Col. .Moore.
i R.C McLaren, St. Louis, Mo., enters b.m. Lady
Thorne. by Darby.
8. T. F. Hughes. Philadelphia, Pa., enters b. g.
Tommy Newell, by Clark Ctilef.
I. Win. II. Royce, Pittsburgh, Pa., enters ch. m.
Clara J,
Jfulfn T. Itnymond iu "Frcali."
t.. * >.- - ? - -
< v.iv?u((i? nffj nc-'vy ease 01
"Fresh." together with the ay nopals of scenes',
it will he gis-en at the Qpera Jfouse Monday
evening Septt|?|ber JLth:
FprdJijfljjil Hmy Pre*h,?, John T. Kaymond
Of the N. Y stock Board, The Mutt Who Can.
Barou Alexin Bosc-hovlteh, a young romantic Kmt'ltu
Ulllcers whohag but two passions, Mr. 0. H,
llarr.
Mahotnet All, an otllcer of the Egyptian Army,
who fought against the Russians, Mr. Harry Piers^n.
Achmet I'flshn, Chief Oflleerof the ex-Khedive of
Kgypt, Mr. Geo. F. DeVere.
Mai Idas Mana**ah, a Hebrew Banker and Financial
A Will olilw Khedive lu Europe, Mr J. F. Uean
Zazurack, Chief Eunuch of Aekmet Pasha, Mr. Jno.
arbie.
Adulph. Courier and Servant of La Marchess della
Flotesta, Mr. J. Kemiuld.
1 Water Lilly, me Pet {'!) of the Harem, Muter Charles
Krtiaa Mini, a young Igyiitian Brincess, with
1'arislun Ideas, daughter of Aekmet Puslm, Miss
, Stella Boulface.
{ 'lorn I,a M?rehesa Della Floresta, still young, yet
ftiher thjrd \y|do>yhqod Havjngh.d three old
hiisbande, would now lito arfeji youug one, Miss
ul;glp Creese.
Holene. Kreraa'a Parisian Maid Ml? Plerson
/.i-nurn Miss Hutu Cowles
I,alia Mis* Belie Flohr
Miriam, Mim* Jennie Boyd
Sadli Mlssjjuiiic Cohen
Some of Aekmet Pasha's young wive*, and a
few of Erema's many rep-mammas.
' Bynopsls of- Scenes.?Act I.?1878?Sice, France.
; Intenor of the Hotel dea Anglais. View of the
Harbor by Mooullgnt.
Act 11 ?187'J? Naples. Boudoir of La Marchcsa,
overlooking the Gardens of the ex-Khedive, and
the Bay of Naples.
: Act 111.?l?7a?interior of Aekmet Pa>ba's Harem
In Die IWacv of the ex-Khedlve.
, Act IV.?18*9?Gardens of the ex-Khedive, boderlug
on the Bay of Sables. Eruption of Vesuvius.
"Col. Sellers" Tuesday, vKisks'' Wednes,
day, ''Fresh" Thursday, and '-For Congress"
Friday and Saturday matinee.
Tickets for the entire engagement will he
' placed on sale at Wilson & Haunter's music
store this morning. There will no doubt be
r quite a rush for thpni.
HOTEL AKKrVALM,
8T. JAMES HOTEL.
F. r K'lgurtin. PJttsVgb. J W Coats, Ironton.
' J \V Holllngsworth, Fl'g. J Kley, Newark.
J 11 Johnston, H N l)oo. 11 Ames. Wellston.
N V. Nichols. K M S. J II M< Clung. Phllad'a.
0 Graham, Slstersvl'lc. 0 Graham, Jr., Slstersv'e,
T N Parks, Middleb'rne. W c Johnson, Mld'b'me,
r S Cireen, N.'Matamows. 0 Thomson. N. Mata'ras,
J DSweeney, Morg'town. E Hallam, Philadelphia,
3 llalltyerOJnl. Phjlad'a. W pomtttpek. Sandusky.
, J T Gpe, OraftQn. 0 Williams i w.. Grafton,
, W Stephens aw., Grafton. J Hull, Parker>b\jrg.
1 A C Henry, Parkenhimf. It Eaton J?J. ClaJjivlile,
J M FftrreM w..* Harr'liu. W smith, hi*..? >.??
A narrower, PhUHdeln'tn, Mlw II Dalmin,?liub'uh.
: p Monizelii. IMttc'h. H <} NirrUh, Baltimore.
N W Tuckar, Urown's Isl. H Freeburjj, Cincinnati.
M Taylor, Baltimore. J Kinley, l'ltuburgb.
t Jt \\ iokernmu. Cleve'd. F Wk-Rund. Eiyrin.
M G Hogau, Cimton. J boneiioo,' Columbus.
J V* Jones, Littleton. HGowIcy.IUnium'iSh'w
star imie hall cluu, i>ahki:ijibuuq.
1' Schofler. L Kalwr.
W Mann. Kd Kelley.
W McFarland F Flak.
C IIulL \V Nhmi.
1' V Dolnn. Geo Cainnbfll.
E Hemp.
A DARING THIEF
Enter* m Store, nutl When Recovered
l>rnwi ft Revolver?The Proprietor At*
tnckM It tin with n Rime Hull Rnl. a
Shortly after one o'clock this morning Mr. ?
B. F I'orter, who keeps a grocery store on the ^
southwest corner of Chaplino and Eleventh
streets, hod a most exciting adventure with a ill
burglar who entered hi* store, and whole
presence was shortly discovered by the pro' *
prletor, -who lives with his family iu the n
same building. 11
The daring thlof chose the hour of I o'clock J'
this morning for his depredations, and effect* 'y
ed an outrunce by prying upon an out*
sldo shullcr with n "jimmy," Mr. Porter, v
who Is a light 'sleeper, wus awakened by a
noise tnnile, os ho thought, by a rat in th? k
storeroom, which adjoins his bedroom. Ills ?.
dog was nlso growling sfotlv to himself, and '
I'orter thought tho dog also studied a rat. _i
Opening the door he started the dog in, when .
there was u oils noise falling shelves, and a
voice said: "Advance another step ,
and I'll shoot you!" In the dim
light I'orter saw a man with a revolver In his .?
hand. It Was tho Work nf ? inniiwnl fnr ..
Porter to primp ft baso ball but, with which .
he started forward. The burglar made a leap .?
for the window and went Hying down street.
Porter culled police, and the police whistles V.
were hcnrd for some time afterwards. .
It is believed the burglars Imd
"pals" outride, and that they escajwd ,
through "Uuena Vista" Mr Porter loses '
some goods and considerable money. Occur*
ring at the hour it did the robbery was cer* i
talnly a bold one. Mr. Porter throw the
bBso hall bat with all the force r>
he could command, and the prowler will
probably carry the marks of the same to-day, D
as he was hit while getting through the win
duw- ... ?
ll.OVII-JAJIINUN. j
Ycilerilitjr Moriiinu's l-'nNhloiinblo Weil* p
<11 UK ?t tlint'HtlU'dral. h
Yesterday morning at 0 o'clock Hon. John 8'
B. Floyd, of Logan county, was married to f(
Miss Cluru Jamison, of 4his city. The cere- s|
mony took place at the Cathedral in the pre- b
settee of a large and fashionable audience, ^
attracted by the prominence of the contract- tt
ing parties, in pari, but largely by the novelty li
of the ceremony. The immediate friends '1'
were s?Ated in front, while the tmtilim; F
ushers disposed of those attracted by curl- h
osity in a very witi&factory, manner. Ju ad- o
uuiuu cu me murriuge ceremony, mere was h
also celebrated a nupliul mass; this was very
solemn atid very Interesting; It was a cere- a
mony almost entirely new to a large portion it
of the assemblage, and was observed with jj
the most careful attention, lit. He v. Bishop U
Kain was celebrant, and was assisted by a
brother of the bride's, a young Jesuit priest, 01
arid Father Logue, of (he Cathedral. gi
After the ceremony the bridal party and
the immediate relatives and clergy" were V
driven to thu residence of the bride's mother, M
on Fifteenth street, where a magnificent wed- 'J;
ding breakfast was served, and Mr. and Mm.
Fioyd timde the recipients of numerous con- Ji
gratulationu and well wishes. The list of ui
bridal presents was a large and costly one.
At 4:17 last evening Mr. and Mrs. Floyd left hi
for the K.ist on a short wedding trip.
Miss Jamison was handsomely attired in a
magnificent light purple silk and looked as .
lovely as a brido could possibly desire
to look. la losing Miss Jamixon Wheel* J'1
ing society loses a cultured and charming
hdy wlio possesses a host of friend?, who wilt A
always wish her well and be glad to wel- 01
come her back whenever she may visit her
old home. 0i
Hon. J no. B. Floyd is one of the rising ti
young men of the State. He served with
t.? a., ir...? n i-L-.? ??
uum\j ?t| ma iiuux Ut JSCfe/fUlLS IUO pUSl it
two years, anil now is the Democratic notninee
for Slate Senator from his district, which i
is equivalent to an eleptiqn. 1
will receive Thursday, 300 boxes FeaeliCB, j*'
50 bo*es Plums at Za knits Bkos. & Co.'s.
DN.3U. LA UK CHAUTAUQUA, 8N.OO.
bi
Xliitfnm Fnlln mill 'lorniito, Cuniuln. j,
l'ujiuliir ItHilnml I.i?ko Excursion. n
The Allegheny Valley ltailroad will run '
the lastof their "Popular Cheap Excursions" (j
on Tuesday, September liitb, to the above a
points at the very low rate of $8 50 round ai
trip. Tickets good till September 30th. An y,
authorized sgent of the company will accotu- [r
pany tne excursion. T^ain \yilr leave Union
Stallo'n, Pittsburgh, Tuesday, September 12tli, .
at k:40 a. m. (city time). Passengers can "
leave Wbeefing, Monday, September 11, 4:10 ..
v. st - "Vd WelJsburjr, 4:50 j'. m? connecting tj
with train leaving Pittsburgh 9:25 r. m., and
go through to Maysville ahead of excursion,
but joining the excursion leaving Maysville
Wednesday morning. First-class hotel ac
wu hi in uu iu i una win pe uccurea a1 jp\\'i>yii|e
for ?2', at iliagafa l^lls arid Toronto, for Sf2f5 *?
'per day Tlits excursion will give fossengere jn
an opportunity to witness Canada's Gmafhlr, >n
Agricultural ami Jurfustriul JCxfiibilion at the
CrystaJ l'alaco in Toronto. Hanlon, the $3
' Champion Oarsmanwill also give an exhi- 8,1
bition. For fuller information apply to ^
agent accompanying the excursion. Send
lor programme, giving route, hotel rates, Ac., o<,
to 1\ H. Utley, (Jeneral Freight and Pasgen* W'
ger Agent, A. V. R. R., PitUib\)rfyh. l<a. No
more tickets ftilj he sol$ than fan {><: cciii/u^ably
accommodated with suite. rriiiw n(
Fo? lame Hack, 8ld<? or Ghent u?c Shllob's gC
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Shiloh'h Cough and Consumption Cure is
sold by us on a guarantee. Itcuresconaump- f,
tion. 11
Suiloh's Yitalizer is what you need for Pr
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizzinessand
all symptoms of Dysuepsia, Price 10 and 75 to
cents per bottle.
Caopr, Whooping Condi and Bronchitis N'<
immediately relieved by Shilah's Cure. an
Sold hy J-;. Rocking, at'ent, under Odd Fel- to
lows' Hall, and by It. H. List, 1010 Main
street. . kowdaw an
Forty years' trial lu proved "BLACK- wt
DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine in 1?'
the world. J?,1
For sale by Logan ?fe Co. " ?
Cnlnrrh or (tin lllmldcr. __
Stingine irritation, intlammation, all Kid*
n*y arid Urinary Complaints, cured by "Buchubaiba."
$1.
No liead-achu ur back-nche for ladies
wbo drink "WINE OF CARDU1."
For salo by Lojmn it Co.
Tlmt Iluslmnd or Mine
Is three times the man lie .was before lie began
using "Wells' Health Repewer," $1.
Druggists. _____
For piles, constipation and a torpid liver
never mil to take Manamn.
' "BUCK-DRAUGHT" maces chilli ^
and lever impossible.
For sale by Logan it Co.
IllVkit I M KI.I.IUKNOK Tj,
nolr^l J)o\vn >YI>hp <i? Ml? kcwc^ycry ^
!Jlilo'(ioJ?tr uii, cu
The Pittsburgh and Cincinnati packets are *'c
all running regularly.
The levee appeared deserted yesterday as
very Jittle business was transacted. It
The Jennie Campbell and barges are at ^
present laid up at the Louisiana Iron Works of
at New Orleans. th
The W. N. Chancellor passed up late yes- ot
terday, having been detained hy the fog.
She did not pass up until 10:30 a. m.
The river rose quite rapidly yesterday W
morning, but last-evening* it was stationary
and the wharf gauge marks Indicated adepth iftl
of 7 feet 7 inches in the channel. on
The Chancellor will para down to-morrow '?
morning en route for Charleston and the
Kanawha Valley. This is a staunch craft
and is commanded by very popular gentlemen.
At this season of the year, there is
nothing more delightful than travel on the
river, and a more beautiful stretch of water
than that up.the Kanawha cannot be found. __
GiuENsnoito, September G ? River 4 inches
and falling. Weather clear. ""
PlTretiUKOif, September <??IJiver 8 feet and
stationary. Weather clear and pleasant. __
Oty Cm, September 0.?River I foot and ii
stationary. Weather cloudy and pleasant.
RuowN'syiLLK, Pa., September (i.?River 5
feet JO inches and lulling. Wenther clear.
MonfUKTOW*. W. Va.. St*i?teikiber U ~Hiver J
3 feet 10 Inches and fulling. Weuther cluur. Su
Cincinnati, September 0 ?River 14 feet mid fl!1
folliiiK. Arrived: Kuunu Graham, Pitts- ],
burgli; U. V. Shenck, New Orleans. I,?
Cairo, Iil., September Q.~Arrived: Ar
katifcasOJty, Vlckftburfj; K. K. De itutgfc, 8t. i
Louis. Departed: Arkan.vnsCily.St, I^ouis. ~
River 14 feet 5 Inches mid rising. WenUn-r
cloudy. Thermometer 78?. :
Lotfwviux, September.O ? River.falling 7
feet 10 inches in the canal; 2 inches less on ?n
Se falls. Business dull. Weather fair and f01
easant. Departed: Queen City, Kvans- S1
vllle. 5'
HKlOHBOItl lOOP WKWN.
WSLUDCRO FAIR?SECOND DAY.
Yesterday morning opened up favorably for
day of enjoyment at the fair grounds. Tlie
Urles have all been made. In the ladles
parttueut the display, while not as large as
sretofore, is certainly much liner and of
iore beautiful design than ever before. The
Isplay consists of bread, cakes, jellies, weiw?,
canned, sealed and bottled fruiM, butirs,dairyand
fruit, porcelain piintings.ouilUi,
jrcndi, worsted, cotton and linen embrold*
rles. needle work in endless variety. The
oral display is magnltkeut, allowing line
iste in the arrangement. The now very
npular sunflower is prominently displayed
lili charming effect.
The best of harmony and good will has preslled
In this department, and the lady manners
desire to express their sincere thanks
> the Utiles generally for their cheerful and
hid assistance rendered in arranging the
All. The ludies who kindly volunteered
itliout compensation financially to take
liarge of and arrange the Floral lull,are ileIfuitlW
lit tliu.ltlul.uk> J.
miataucea county futr would, in a great
ieasiire, be a failure.
In fanning Implement*, the display excels
mt'of former years. Prominent are the
uckeye, Monarch, Richmond, Champion
nd Union grain drills, Model, Kureka und
uckeye mower, ifoyce self rake reaper,
union reaper, Buckeye and Acme dropper,
orse cultivators, Acme clod crusher, leveier
id pulverizer, Pony Acme mower, Buckle
cider press, Oliver and Wizard chilled
Iowa, Webster and Drown wagons, Mlshaka
agon: spring wagon built by ltobert Thomp
iti, Wellsburg, Dullalo Flour Mills wagon, t
ullt by Hensel, Ketg & Co., Allegheny, \
uggfea by the o. 8. and Columbus Buggy 1
oru., and John Murphy, Steubenville.
In Farmers' aud Mechanics' hall the (lis- Z
lay of wheat, oat*, corn, potatoes, onion*
ibbage, grapes and Hour, show the finest
lecimena.tuat were ever on exhibition here,
i sowing machines, are the Singer, Davis,
domestic and Crown, with additional imroveinents.
Jos. Hell it Co., of Wheeling,
uvea line display of cooking aud heating
oves.
The show of fowls is better than lierctojre,
consisting of white and brown leghorns,
Iver and golden Hamburg, black
reuated red game*. light Brahiuas.partrldge,
an tarns ana riymoth rock.
In American mcrinosheep the cxliibit is not
s large as formerly, but i9 certainly very
lie. The exhibitors arc: J. 0. Gist, 9 penu;
.11. Buchanan. 5 pens; D. Pugh it Hon,
'airvlew, WestVa., 4 pens, 0. II. lleall, 20
end. Lancelot McConnell exhibits 0 head
f very tine Chester swine. Alex. Chambertin
also exhibits Chester and Bcrkshires.
The cattle display is good. Tlie exhibitors
re Lincoln Hell, or Washington couniy, I'a.,
mi head of short horn?; C. J J. Beall and T?
[. Buchanan, 8 ht;ad short horns; Kobert
oyd, 0 head Devons.
8. 8. Marvin & Co., of Pittsburgh, make one
i the finest displays with their goods on the
ounds.
In the pacing race to-day, Mollie Maguire,
fabash and Texas were entered. Mollie
iiguire won with Wabash second. Time
20.
In the trotting race,Citadel, Evergreen and
.ilia 8. were entered. Citadel came in first
id Evergreen second. Time 2:43.
To-day there will be a running race. Mile
eat, best two in three; also a free for all trot
UKLU1EB.
A gang of workmen arc altering some of
ic tracks and making repairs in the C. A 1*.
Will Johnson, who has been living at New
lbany, Indiana, is coming back to "la}'
ut" at the Union Glass Works.
Horn's addition road tax is to be worked
at on the street* of that part of town, under
le Street Commissioner's superintendence.
Numhers are prepared to go from here to
?e St. Clairsville fair. They will go by both
mds, but many will go by the pike for the
riyc.
Council has ordered Noble street pavelents
below Thirty-seventh street, lo belaid
i order to tlx the gutters better and preveut .
ie water standing.
The C. Y. Lucas, while towing a small
urge up the river, hud to work sometime to
revent the barge from sinking, as the waves
>se over its sidta and swamped it.
Sixty-two card of Texas cattle will go
irotifh hereto-day on their w?y to Europe.
,t the B & 0. cattle yards here they are te<l
tid watered aud allowed to run about the
urds and stretph themselves before coutinuig
their journey,
A. lady'y screams were heard along the
ver yesterday, and it was thought someonu
us overboard, but it was a passenger on-the
enwood ferry boat. The "apron" struck
ie shore in landing and forced the beanos
jwn on the deck where her foot wtvs, The
)at was backed and her foot was released here
she \fajj pprmunently injured,
xups 4<ucy Auuerson lias resigneU lier potiou
as teacher in the Fourth ward buildg,
as she has accepted a position a# teacher I
th? Steubenville Seminary. The Board
as willing to give her $42 50 instead of ~
8 50 per montfi, but she was unwilling to
ay here. No successor was appointed at
at meeting, as considerable work was to be
me. Some changes wc" made in the text *
iots empjoyed and some new aids to study
pre decided on.
NEW CUMBERLAND- A
The M, P, Churoh people are pnshing their
iw building alot>g as fast as circumstances
111 admit. They will have it enclosed by A
ild weather at least.
To day Fairview looses one of her bestcitins
in the pcrwn of Dr. Robert Andrew. A
a moves to East Liverpool, where he will
actice his profession.
llie Court House Committee will be roady *
submit their books to take stock by the
st of next week. The faith of the average
jw Cumberlander will be put to the test, A
d we predict he will come up sincerely,
o.
Yesterday some Utile stir was manifest A
long our citizens about the school election,
was leported thatsomeof the county folks
;re mustering in force to defeat the school ^
iry of eight months, and reduce it to four,
ir people think more of the school prlleL'pa
we have than any other one thing. ^
Mi^rvtrn -
antord's Radical Com,
INSTANTLY RELIEVES A
IP most violent Sncexlnfior ITend Cold*, clcnw'the .
till ?? by magic, stops watery discharges from the A
iso and eyes, prevents ringing noises In the head,
res Nervous Ilcadaclie and subdues Chills and
ver. ' .
IN CHRONIC CATARRH
cleanses the nasal nas^aues of foul mucus, re- a
iron the senses of smell, ta.ste and hearing when
ectcd, frees the head, throat and bronchial tubes
offensive, choking matter, sweetens and purl flea
o breath, stops the couxh and arrests the progress a
Gtfarrh toward Consumption.
A PUKELY BALSAMIC A
atlllatlon of witch hnjeel, American pine, Canada
. marigold, clover blossoms, tie. Sweet, safe,
ectlve. One bottle Radical Cure, one box fa <
rrhal Solvent and one Dr. Sanford's Inhaler, In e
package, of all druggists, 81. Ask for S.4N- ~
KD'8 lUMCALCUKE. ft
"""? * rOTTEn-Bo.!.... M?.. "
oOLUVs-ELECTRICITY
Mftk^ MOTWTiS?
3=? liVr?^ fe, CO 'Us'S' VOLTAIC fl
-Sjv ,!jlTjl KfcBCTHIC PLASTKKS II
yJiiffll <. ono hundred tlmea superior
jwwU t?? all other pliatcr* for tjverv
/s ^S& ? "Rln? Wettkiiem and lnllnm'n"',on
I'rtco M routN.
-**o t C.^ Holil everywhere.
fESLEYAN FEMALE INSTITUTE,1
STAUNTON, V1KUINIA,
3|i0iu Somcmlior 20th. IfcO One of the Kiwi
Iicol> f t Voiinit I itUlo hi (lie United Stale*
rriiuiKlli K? -. Bli-llul. cllHiHtu iluMmmwd S
ln/roine 6lii.cn SUIe-. Terms uinoint tlie toll
ho llntmi. lkiur.1, Wu'.lng, Knitlliill Co,.~j
tin, Iro'oti, ftu tnmi, ]mlmmi>n<al Mnnle .(,
r ?liip mill- > e-r fr.,m St'ptetnM'r in Juno, Sn*'
>r Oitnlogu. h vvri u to
f.r.v. a M. A. II.v i:i;i - ri n n_...
v3-v*"w riU.inton. v,
iiA.iyrjMoi*ie, MX).
MT. VKItNON INHTITUTB N.,. 1(5 >|t VfniOfl H (W
*?!Ing NIMI imy MmihjSchool ftr \oiuiir I iuIim
(IIAUIV Girl*. J-ouml.d I*M, Mm. MlS
rjaof Kbl? t'ri,foN,iX. I'oiutifiil munllnii liSSi!
< one of Mimwndiri "ffiX 1
mnment. Muni on.l ?ilv?iii?-,iUn"ur"SJ
iculura Kill mi ?|.pltoiIL? U! yflw
bakihq powder.
up
tl
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Thin powder nomrarlea. A mwrel of purity,
trvngth hihI wholetorocnei*. More economic*]
han the ordinary kliidn, and cannot be told In
?tnpetition with the multitude of lowU*t,ihort
reight, alum or ?ho>phatopowder* Sold onlr in
aui. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
tfi-MW V#w York.
MALARIA
Malaria is an almost indescribable
malady which
not even the most talented
physicians arc able to fathom.
Its cause is most frequently
ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not necessarily
mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it It
often affects the suffererwith 1
general lassitude, accompanied
by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per"
son afflicted growing weaker
and weaker, loses flesh
day alter day, until he becomes
a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria once having UIJ Its
hold upon the human frame, ths
door of the ?y?tem is thrown open
to nervous uiiease*. The hodf
weak and enfeebled abtorbs no
noumnmciu, out nuotuung upon
Itself, the digestive organs no
longer perform their functions;
the li vcr becomes torpid, and wher
organs failing to do their routins
work.speedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death ate apt
to ensue.
In addition to bein? a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
rccommcndcd for all diseases requiring
a certain and efficient tonic; espcciallyindigestion,dyspepsia,intcr
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enrichcs the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in raedicincs,
price, $t per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
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i PLAIN HOUSE MADE HANDSOME
. WITH THOSE
Mental Iron Cornices!
Made and put on by
3. F- CALDWELL,
DKALEft IS TUB
i eneeuon uefrigerntors,
lee Cream Freezers,
Water Coolers,
Stoves, Tinware,
And all klndtij; T
HOUSEFURNISHlI GOODS I
or mid lf?Ot> Main St.,
jtfi v WHKELIXG, W. VA.
POR nENTr--^"^
P0U"KESX ~J?;
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gTATE FAIR.
NOTICE TO KXHJJIITOM
bmfdV..^0 ,"",1, fete, m. i, ttl
?c2 ?' MKNDEL
gTATE FAI1L
NOTICE TO KX1IIHIT0J1S.
?- >? uracfji
,.ic n??umuuu on the xrounda. Hpectl t.,i,u I
cloao Monday. t-ept. ?. at 11 v. x., nna *11 oih??. I
trlot dote ? onday. B*pl. 11, at ft r.*, So I
for premluma will be lecclvcd alter the abovetWt? H
f'i (1. hH. MKNDKl., Swretart. I
gTATE FA1 It,
NOTICK TO MEUCHAKT8. I
Merchant* desiring Ihclr Mgns on the Tirer !?cf?
ot the \V??t Vimitiln Stale Fulr inn procureit*<?
(or theam&ll ?uui ol 11.W (or each ton (vet.
KUUfiklrAVI'VELL, I
I tel Mtimtet. I
JJOT1CE TO STOCKHOLDER ' I
OK THE I
Spauldiug; Iron Company, I
A mnotlun ol theStockbohlcni will b? held mt? 1
Coil Shalt at Htllllnnt, 0., on I
8ATUHDA.Y, SKl'IKMBER 9tfa, I
At 2 o'clock P. M., (or the yurpow o( electing *vIB I
17) Director*, wild the tnmwtlun ol oilier tuiinai I
V ' DAVID jjl'AlILW.SO. I
TIIISUl'll.MM fUUU, I
T?U?. H. iAYI.OB, I
LEWIS CLOHAS,
Oil AS. 11. 8l'Al'LUlSQ, I
C?'t<m>un'
FOR SALE. I
oiTsALtSrHE stock aSdgood 1
will of ft well e<iulH*d Job I'rluUuR Uflke la
this city, or would ml material In hit* to ?ult. y0c H
furthcrpftrtlcnluwiMiqnln' Bt tolM.ttKv. )n H
gTOCKS FOlt SALE. ~~ 1
48aha#c? In JeflVwon Mill. I ;
'JOshare* In Franklin Insurancerompinj.
5 abatis in Mill City (haw Company.
15 (.hares in hulk-lie GlnM Company. 11
10 share* in (tope Sueur foinj^uy.
J3AAC IKllf.V,
ftu31 No'-M 'ludfthSirwt.
pOE SALE OR RENT.
KIEKWOOD ritOPEKiy.
Eleven seres on llie hill ?bon town.
H. FORBES, Wheellit
No. 7,^U. S. Custom llouit. Teleptone Ft
j^OIt SALE.
Farm of 191 acres, !% milts from Mounting,
Marshall county, SV. \a., li'i seta uudtr cultlnHon,
mo'tly IiiKtass, two hewed log hum-*, oahiM
and a vwiety of small Iruit titi*. limwtoin; ilL
and w#U wateted with never filiiiigiprliiLi.
luijuire of JullN L. (jlltsUK, on the picubo,
or to ' W. V. HO(Jfc.t UKo.,
au26 1300 Market Stmt
pOHSALE.
A good farm, containing seventy five ami, ?3
ck'Kied excepting a few ccn>, tltuated ou WbnJlug
creek road, near I'lca-tnt Hill. U ku n how
with beven rooms, alfco Hatile.gr*I a liornc md i
good well, which it?nev?r dry, mul a la?Ketf>tta
Upon the pluie ate two of the litirtt otcliatdktoU
found in t tie neigh hot hood. !>eatfnc mI( kftidtt^
fruit. For price or iufonnatiou, call on or uddrtu
CAKLUiHAlA-NK, on the vretnbei 1'utoB.ctid*
drcm Kherrard, 1*. o., Matthall county, W.Va.
au!4*
pou SALE.
That elegant Reiidenej, 220C Chnpllne itnri,
South Side. The building is comparatively st*.
fu perfect order within and without; conuir? ua
rooms, hath nioiu, hot and cold u titer, gu throc^out,
the utile ifi tlnbbcd, cxceliant cel!?r;i!?
brick stuble, carriage and wash home. IhdcflUou
and neighborhood one of the l?t i? theii.y.
Apjdy to A LEX AN uEK BONE,
au26 1318 Market Etrect. CramtVi' ?l>^-.
MUSICAL GOODS.
pOR SALE.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND]
Stein>vn.y Piano!
AT A BARGAIN.
Call soon.
LUCAS' MUSIC STOltE,
]e? lltf Main Sited.
piANO FOR SALE.
A Fine Seconddiiwd l'Uno, seven oc!m,
over strung, in jierfect order, for JisO. Cill
at once to secure this bargain.
ft?24 WII.S0X .UUUMEll .
STANDARD SHEET MUSIC
At h?J/ prict*ORGAN
INSTRUCTION HOOKSH bmlf price.
IxjU of Musical ]U\ncHhiK for30d*>'
Send tfj hUuup for lurj;o
\>M. JI *-"
*tl2S 53 TtrgMth .St WjtfjjgggS ~
DENTISTRY.
THE
New York Dcntnl Companj's ODlcf,
10.0 MAIS ST., WIIKKIiTNfi,
During the twuil ywrTJiouwn,l*ofTct''l> ?ww
txtmctvd ut & <*cnBEST
O-XJM SETS
AT EIGHT DOLLARS PER SET.
m|?|?
Gu,yiv,.,'or'W,d^jt..;U;Kj|^
J^Ra SURG1SON 4 SON,
DBN"TISTS'
No. 1143 Market utreet. Wbwllnf.w* *V*
AllnocrwtlnnH w?rwnt'^ ^
PtflTlIRES AND ART MATERIALS^
J)KCOIIATt:u TAMim.VKS, I
PI.AQUla AND I'Af.fTTK I
An eloguni assortment. Tlirre tor t*?tV- I
five ceaia, KIIIK'S AI:T STOKE, I
MnlnKtrreL Call ami w llicm. 'n^ . I
STOCK OF ESGKAV1.SGS. g
P,HlSc"l*'..So",,w Iti'triiclltir.1 ViniPlIu' RrrlT,' I
.H'Uh, HcniniiiMtaSUrnowMldnWI I
Cu^llcnge, Tollini llell. .??ie tlif ??< >. l*? I
f"?. Jerwy Vlll.uc Two ?l the (jjnrtof
">"?<ra|Mirc udm tllutelh, ??<! I
otnerawlrable #ublect*. Coil ?tid nt- tbeifl. (
K. L SlCVLL, Agent. f
n?y< M< Lnr?- >f?ux'.Ut .'inrft _ jj
D55" COLLARS, I
BOO itUXXKLS, 1 >00 CHAINS, I
I The largest lisaorlnifnt in the city at tit a
Hardware und Mousc/iirni.tliiui; Store of
XEsnrrr .t lino., I
'vlO i3I2 .Market Sljrtlr I
been compelled to refuse applications for
largo spaces for some days past, as nearly
every nvailablo inch has been taken up. The
restaurant tills year will be run under the
direction of the Society, and in being decora*
ted and retltled. Floral Hall and the outside
gardens will present a beautiful appear*
ance.
The race course will bo unusually attractive
this year, us can he seen by looking over
the list of entries, which include sotueof the
best (lyera on the track in this auction
of the country. The entry books for running
and bycfcle races are open up to the
uiglit before the day of the race.
v 8PBKD KNTHIKB.
rtitKT DAY, MONDAY, SKlTKMItKU 11.
Klnt lUce?Troi for horses owned In Ohio. lk?l*
liiotii, Marshall and Urooke counties Pur*e 3100,
best 3 in 5 heats
1, Jnnies Mendel, Wheeling, \V. Va., enter* b. in.
Lucrvne.
1 Frank EvaiiH, Wheeling, W. Va., cuter* b. g. Forniter,
3. w.M. llandlan, Wheeling, W. Va., enters g. s
Miimtirino hagle.
4. (leorgo Clark, Jr., Wheeling, W, Va.,enters?
5. W. U, Saearingeii, Wheeling, \Y, Va., enters h. m.
liooMer Girl.
Second Knee? Hlcvclo race for home club, 3 In 5,
half ititieheaU First i?rUe, Excelsior cyclometer,
s.cotid ptUe, McUouahl cyclometer.
3MCOSHUAY, JVtHOAYt HElTKMNKIt 12.
First Face?Trot 2:33 cIiusn, best three In Ave
liutilx him;, J100.
1. II. S. Hatch, Cleveland, 0., enters ch. g. TomB.,
by Ktmnger.
2. J. J. lJusi). Fwnlilin, Temi., eiders, g. s. Wade
Hamilton, by Almont, Jr.
3. II >1. Henderson, Khamn, Pa., enters b. m. Madaline,
by UyMlylc's llambletoiiian.
i. r- ii. uri?un. uemmgton, ind., enters ch. ro. The
Kill, by iiluhlnnd Chief.
5. 1-. N. Waii, Parkeraburg, W. V*., enters br. m.
Mil H.
C. John Ffrslrston, Washington, 1). C., on.ersb. c.
Keshan nock.
Second Knew? Running Itace, wile heats, best two
In three. Pui>e, Si-0.
1. K. A. Flanljnn, Pennsylvania, enter* b. in. Serpo
kite.
2.- Kd 1 tower enters Elector.
3. S*tnurl Montgomery, Wuyncsburg. I'm., enters b.
ui. Fairy Queen.
TJIJBD PAY, VKpNEShAY, SKIT. 13.
First |tacer?x'J& Pace, bust 3 in 5 heats. Purse
two.
, I. John Fgglcstou, Washington, I), C? enters eh.g.
(/<M>lp,
J. Hnss Motiiigrove, Steubenvllle, 0., enters b. g.,
I'uptuin Dsn.
3. David Muokle, Cleveland, 0., outers b. g., Keno,
by L'liiUicotho.
' 1. J. H. lltldingcr, Pittsburgh, enters br. s., Capt,
Jack.
5. W. II. IloycC, Pittsburgh, inters ro. g. Felix, by
Dictator.
P. Win, llaikh. Minerva, Ohio, enters Mamie N.
Second llnce?'Trot, 3:00 minute ela-s, best 3 in 5
heats. Pur?e SlW.
1. Ab. Hush, Youngstown, 0., enters br. m. llosaby
Blue Hull.
2. J (tines Wtdker, Lawrcnceburg. Iml., enters b. g.,
Col. Ilannister. by Curtis' llHiubletoubu.
3. \V. S. Itobcrisou, Jr., of Cleveland, 0., enters g.
K.. Win 0.
Thlril Raw? bicycle rrace free for all amateurs, 3 in
5. b If. mjlu' h ats. F|r>t prljta, gold xngdal.
fc'ecouu prlae, silver inodal.
Fnijrtl) Knee? Half inilii dash (or amateurs who
liave never won a fice. Flis". prize, pair of ball
jiedids. Second prijfe, II|U &To)mau bell,
KgUtrril PAV^THUKSDAY, SEITKMBRH H,
Flist K?ce?Trot 2;;w elios. l'ursoJtOO,
1. tieo. H. Smith, 0/ Steubenvllle, U? enters br, jr.
i lltoivnwood.
, 2. J. il. Peunmau, of Springfield, 0., enters br. g.
Sue-alt, by Sil. Uold bust.
3. K. L. McLaren, St. Louis, Mo., enters b. g. Busby.
by George o likes, daiii Daniel Ijimbert.
Sccond Ksce?Troifc2y class. Purse SiOO
1. 01 Eisman. Wheeling, w. Va., enters b. g. Edu
I11 A., formerly Sentinel.
2. A. Sy. Illiike, Cleveland, 0., enters br. s. WestM?le.
3. }J. 0, Conover, Middleman, N. J., cb. m. Au>
auBta'Sehuybr by Abenjtien, "
' 1. T, F. Hughes, rhiladelplili. pa., cnttra b. s.
Tommy N'uwell, by Clark Chief. Jr.

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