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THE NATIONAL CIRCUIT Bicycle Races Horo on Saturday Will be Among the Best OF A VERY SUCCESSFUL SEASON ' Ot Bicyolo Jtuclnfi?Tlio Track la Beliiif Worked and Will be In liccord Breaking Shapo Far Saturday*# Baooe?The Stoglo Souvonlr ! a Feature?The Handicaps Will foo ilccclvod To-day ? Baltimore Win* ! row Clnvolaml and lias tho Ponnaiil If Slio Low* Ever/ Other Ganio of Clio Weak. Among tbo national circuit bicvclo moot* of 1694, tho ouo that will tako place at Wheeling noxt Saturday is sure to Btaud aa ono of the beat of the ronson that haa aeon haa seen some vary successful onoa. With the exception of John 8. Johnson and Harry Tylor, all oi tbo top-notch racing mon of tho country aro entered for tho Wheeling racos 1 next Saturday. Sanger, Bliss, liaid, Githena. iMnccJonnld, Lumiden, Brown, Cabanno, Taxis, K C. Johnson, Milrphy and tho other big guns of cyciodon), will como together on a specially prepared track in nix contests, and ?b this is practically tho last hi it moot of tho year tho spirit of rivalry will ho high and somo of tho finest contoata of the year will bo tho ro9ult. Yesterday tho work of putting tho State Fair track in shape for the races was commenced, and tho rollim; and sprinkling will be continue') until tho ; morning of the race*. By that timo tho surface will bo very fine, and it would not'jo surprising to see some of the existing rocords broken during tho meot ; ou Saturday afternoon. The handicaps will bo rocolvnd to-day from Official llandlcappor Bliss, of Columbus, and there is much specula- j tion as to what handicaps the local moil ' who aro entered in the Class A. events : will recoivo. Tho racing men aro engaging quarters 1 daily by tolograph from the McLuro ' and tbo probabilities are that this house will bo crowded with racing men Friday night when the B. A 0. train from Pittsburgh gots in. A number of tho Whooling boys will go up to Pittsburgh 1'ridav morning to witness tho i races at Schonley park that afternoon, i Tho W. A. \V. will got out its uniquo : stogie souvenir that was so popular at the inont last September. The stogies ' have boon furnished by Hanuan Brothors. of Mnrkot street. tiitnens and Lamsden, of the famous ! Kamblor team, aro about the beat tan- i dam tonm 011 the track and it is possible i that tlioy will do an oxhibitian milo i during the races hero. I niilHS AND SANGER Wcro Not Amoug tho Wtunera at the Unit!. 1 morn Circuit Raoos. 1 Baltimore, Sept. 28.?A Btrong koon ' wind blow down tho stretch of the park cycle track this afternoon and the seoond and last day's racing of tho annual < fall tournamont of tho Maryland Bicy- ] cleClub, and many of tbo mon ran tho events in their nnderclothos, while tho , spectators woro bundlod in ovorcoats. , Neither Bliss nor Sangor won. Kay j McDonald crossed tho tapo first in tho . one mile open, class B, but was die- J qualified for foul riding on tho last turn. | lie rode in such a manner as to cuuso , all tho others to rldo wild nad to shut thom out. Half mil#, open, class 13?Bay Mc- , Donald, Now York, first j L. D. Call anno, Cleveland, second; J. P. Bliss, Chicago, , third, lime, 1:05 4-6. ' Ouo railo handicap, class A?\V. F. Sims, Wathinxton,scratch,first; Claude ' E. Leatberberry, Baltimore, 75 yards, second; R. P. McCurdy, Philadelphia, . 60 ynr(.e, third, l'ime, 2:25. Threo milo handicap, class A?W. F. i films, Washington, scratch, first; M. II. ' Caib, Baltimore, socond; 0. B. Jack, Heading, Pa., third. Time,8:11 5-8. C. C. Loathorberrj', of Baltimore, finished i second, but disqualified for looking I backward during the race in violation I of the referee's ordor. i Ono milo, opon, Class B?Dr. A. L 'J Brown, Cleveland, first; L. D. Cabanno, Clovoiand, socond j W. C. Sanger, Mil- I waukeo, third. Time, 2:18 3-5. Ray i McDonald camo in third, but was dis- ' qualified tor foul riding. I Three milo handicap, Class B?U. E. House, Washington, 325 yards, first; W. H. Muliikin, Baltimore, 225 yards, 1 second; J. M. White, Baltimore, 300 yards, third. Time, 7:16. Wylle is ou Time. Cleveland, Sopt. 20.?Cyclist II. n. 1 Wylio, of (JhicaRO, who is trying to ro- ' duco the record from Now York to , Chicago, made by Soarles last weok, arrived in this city at. 0:30 a. m. to-day, i his schodtile timo. After a rub-down, he started on'his journey west at 9:35 o'clook. Ho has two days and two hours yet in which to reach Chicago. Wylio wbb robbed of his watch and a small amount of monoy whilo sleeping in a fonco corner at Northwest, whoro ho took two hours' sloop. THE DECISIVE GAME That Gives Baltimore tho Pennant Fought 1 to a Finish. Cleveland, Sopt 20.?Clovoiand oatplayed Baltiraoro both at the bat and in the fiold, but lost tho game through hard luck. Tho gamo was fought to a linish. Attondanco 800. Scoro: Cleveland ?o 02001,201-0 Baltimore -..1 21000000-7 Karned runt, Clovoiand 3, Baltimore 2. Hit#, II and 0. Errors, 1 and 4. PJtchora, (Juppy aud Hemming. Umpire. Lyucb. Htundlng of Clubs. Club. W. L. Vet Club. W. L rot ]laltimnre.N.N8S S8 7(K) Plttsburgn.... CI C3 501 Now York......W? 43 ?7 Chicago 74 431 Boston 48 62fl Cincinnati-.. S3 73 4'J1 Plilladelphla.71 63 ft?.1 SL Louis.. .'>3 70 411 Brooklyn to 60 631 SVushiiiirtoii.. ?5 84 SIS Clovoiand. 65 60 61C Louisville 35 92 27C Mndn It Threo Straight. Pittsjiuroii, Sopt. 2G.?Pittsburgh mado it threo straights from tho Brooklyns. Konnody pitchod winning ball, bnt hi* support was poor. Colcolough was hit hard, but faultless Holding saved tho game. Atlendanco 700. Scoro: irrrsnuRun. ft. it. p. a. kjiirooklym. n. n. p. a. k Ptonzol, m^l 2 0 0 OJGrlfllu, in...o 1 4 0 o < Bon'ran.rU X 6 1 OiL'Cb'ce, ib..o 0 10 0 l Bcekley.lb.O 0 10 0 0Corcoran,Ml 3 3 4 1 fcuilth. U....1 1 0 0 Olfliiriis, rf 2 1 I 0 o < Blerb'n'r/i.l 1 4 2 OlScbock, '.'b..O 0 0 2 0 llurtuinn.,'1.1 2 0 2 0 Hhlndlo. 3b. 1 2 12 1 Cross, fu 2 1 2 1 0 Tri?adw'y,lf2 2 4 0 2 i W caver. o...l 1 6 1 0 Pailoy. o 1 10 10, Colcol'h, p.l 2 0 2 0 Kennedy,p,I 3 0 0 o ; Total *0 12 27 H "of Total *8 0 > 1'ltUblirxh M..0 8 .1 1 0 0 0 0 2- l? i Brooklyn. 0 0 o 0 1 3 o 1 ?- 8 , Two nutwbon winning run was inndo. Earned rnns, Pittsburgh 4; Brooklyn 4. Two , ioae bits, Bteiuel, Dalle/, Keuuody. Tlirco buau < ! Races! bits. Bteniel, Grllflo. Treadvray. Home rant! hoc Cro?. Stolen baxes. Smith. Hartman. Wearer Barns. Kim beae 00 balls, by <;olooloagb. Z*4 6; Kennedy none. Hit by pitched bail, Crou. Jc.p' Btruck out. LajChaiioe. Tun#, 1:30. Umpire*. p Belts and Gaffbey. Two Huudrcd Htxvr It. py? St. xyoch, Sept. 26.?Barely 200 people $2,( eaw the Brown defeat the Pbilllea in an I eair Eflme to-d?y. Bcore: ren BL LouU 0 til!!!! *-11 sod Philadelphia..... .0 21001020?6 211 Karued rut 11, St. Louis 7; Philadelphia 3. lilts, n 17 and 15. Errors, i and 3. Pitchers, Breltcu- ? iteln and Johnson. Umpire, Hunt. of t Put op a Hooky Gam*. Loohvii4,?, 8opt 20.?The Colonela E pot ud a rocky gamo ol ball to-day. M" Score: in* Loulartlle ... .0 00008002-5 J' New York- 0 2003400?-? adn Earned rum, Loulirlllo l. N?vr York 2. lilt*. L. ( 11 ami 11. Krrora, 9 and 2. Pitchers, Inks and ., Meekln and Gorman. Umpire, Keels J; -? low Kenuedy In Uot Wntor. 0j ] PimBOROII, Sept. 20.?l'itcher Kon- T nody, of the Brooklyn club, who as- ma, Biultod Umpire Botts in yosterday'a game at Exposition park, will havo tj anawor (or hla conduct. Officiate of the 11 Pittsburgh club lay that they will pro- n c0 for cliargo! against tho young man and T further that they will do all in their day power to have him puniahod. WF.W YOKK8 COMING. ?a( The Oothaui Giant* to Play Dure Next Monday Afternoon. 8| Last night Manager Will W. Irwin, of tify tho Irwin bajo ball club, concluded ar- "itl rangomenta for tho appearance in Wheeling next Monday afternoon of one doo of the host tonins in the National dilti Loaguo?John Ward'a Now Yorkt, who have boon playing such remarkablo ball ?r0, In tho west for tho pajt two weeks and !|10 will finish a flrat class second to Balti- tjre; more in the raco for the ponnant, beat- watl ing out the Bo9ton beanoatora by a good v margin, Tho Gianta will pitch both .. Rule and Mookin in tho game here Monday, which will be called probably 9.K?' at 3:30 p. in. at tho Irwin park on tho **?" South Side. Jack Glasscock will have ?'" charge of the local toatn, that will op- J' poso iuo ->ob- lorns, ana it win do a " <> strong ono, with Glasscock probably Edn figuring atebort, and Westlako,Xicliol#, ried Kounedy and other loaguers in tho Hov tonm, assisted by tho best local talent Tl obtalnablo. The same will undoubtedly bori Jruw a good crowd. On Saturday of P., next week tho Clevolands play hero, and niro it is probablo other loaguo toamu will dog! be engaged. l Homo Old I.PHKU?rn. villi The Martin'6 Forrv-Twin City ball 10t: zanies at Martin's Ferry to-day, to-mor- was row and Saturday will be caliodat3p. Ir 111. sharp, and will draw big crowds, of 1 Westlako, catcher, and Carey, first base, Bae who are with tho Indianapolis club, and croa McDaniols, Detroit's pitcher, will play jj with tho Twin City club. Hobright, tor(j loft fieldor, who was with Wheeling poo luring tlio days of the trl-state leaguo, _ is with tho Twin Cltys, and so is Shra- , i Jor, Ganiou, I.a Velle, Young, Carey [right), Donahan, Wagnor and Pritcli- lL' ird. (ioorgo Westlake, whoso homo is M H Bollaiio, is known as "Gainio" and is Mrs > great favorite. Martin's Fotry will yosl nave hor regular team, and three fino S< >|iaios are expocted. tho Rtlltlmoro llorHr Itnrtng. ''''w Baitimobb, Md., Sept. 20.?Tho aocond lay's racing at tho Gontlcmon's Driving 0[ v, Park was inarkod by cold woatber and jj t good attondanco. Thoro woro thrco viai races on tlio day's card and only ono j| vent was flniBhod before darkness set n. The 2:37 class proved quite a sur- ,, jrieo for tho talont. Gregorian was ' made an even favorite ovor tho field, nr0 !>ut ho lailod to materialize at any part 11 it the gamo. Panic won tho raco. Sum- was mary: .T: First raco, 2:29 trotting, purso $500 Smi [unfinished)?Bay Wilkos won second j, md sixth heats, bost time, 2:21}; eleven jn j itarters. .. Socond raco, 2:37 trotting, purse $500 . " ' ?Panic won in throe straight boats, boat time, 2:23 j. fix Third raco, 2:22 trotting, purao $500 Uai [unfinished)?Romola, Minnie 0. and Panatine oacU took a boat, best timo, 2:22. 01 pur Lutoniu UnceM. H)r( Cincixsatt, Sopt. 26.?Fine woathor, liea j fast track, 3,000 spectators, throo vigc favorites anil two socond choices win- Hot oing, forty-fonr starter# out of fifty-one "H< antries in flvo racos, is the history of son tbo racing at Latonia to-day. Summary: Xool First, ono mile?Promenade won; timo 1:42J. Second, six furlongs?Fay- H otto Belle won; timo 1:10. Third, ono perl mile and a quarter?Peytonia won: timo ben J:09j. Fourth, seven furlongs?Sister ? Mary won; time 1:28J. Fifth, five furlongs? Ductor won; time 1:03J. Sixth, one mile?Loonawoll won; time 1:44J. Jerorao Park Rncog. Neiv Yomc, Sopt. 20.?Tlie attendance i j at Joromo Park to-day was ontiroly in I keoping with the card, light. 1 First, six furlongs?Wornborg won; | | tiuie, 1 :17j. Socond, ono inilo and a six- 1 toenth?Rodskin won; timo, 1:52. I Third, Fordham stakes, half milo? I Harry Reed won; timo, :49. Fourth, | milo and an eighth?Sir Walter won; || timo, 2:00). Filth, iivo furlongs?Lou I Foster won; time, l:03j. t Ilolrannt Fnlr Huron. (Special Ditpatch to the InUlllacnctr. St. Clairsvillk, 0? Sept. 20.?The Bolmont county fair was well attendod on its socond day. Joo Hooker won tho 2:35 pace, four hoats; llav Bob, socond; Lady May, third. Best time, 2:40. 2:50 trot, four boats?Yomon, first; Legal Koto, socond; Lady Bird, third. , fi Time, 2:50. f/i Buckskin Bill gave a good exhibition ill of wild riding. Programme for to-mor- III row, tivo trots, a pace and a run. %\ Mouudivlllo Huron. 1 Tho following is tho programmo of ft tho fall mooting of Moundsrillo Driving I Park aud Fair Association, Octobor 17 I and 18: f Wo'JliodJay.Oetobor 17?2:45 trotting, I purse $150; 2:25 pacing, purso $150; I 2:30 trotting, purso $150. Thursday, Octobor 18?2:10 pacing, 1 purso $200 ; 2:23 trotting, purse $:'10; 1 2:35 trotting and pacing, purso $150. |J HIChliAIIIIS. II AllHnrt. of I.orttl Nnwn unit On.tlp from ll tlin OtliM City. 11 John Hauls appeared bofora tho IJ mayor yoiterdav on tho chargo of Sun- III ilay soiling and was fined $25 and cost*. It Tho mayor uiado tho fino light owing to I] tho fact that Mauls wua going to quit III tho saloon business. ?| Quito a number of poopin from this citv attendod tho St. Clairsvllio fair vogtorday, and a larger number will go PIC up to-day. 11 Miss Kato Davis, formerly of this JLJ tity but now of Sistorsvlllo, Is visiting Vou relatives in tho Flrit ward. |,tCa Itov. William I'orogory, pastor of tho South Uellalro M. K. church, rotumod i'? i STATE FAIR 6S0DNDS Sanger, Bliss, Bald, A ne lut evening from conference and i (rfven a hearty welcome by the Korth Leagne and congregation. arks & Co. have sold to John Kudo, litnwood, the Mrs. J. W. Sellars pertv, on Winding bill Price paid too. [iises Dalay and Mamie Miller have irned home after visiting frienda i relativos at Welliville andsiteubene. ev. D. W. Chandler, formerly paator he Firat M. ? church of thia city, been assigned to St. Clainrille. ( arl Sbnpe baa returned home from 4 jbnrgb, where he haa boen spend- ' aoveral weeks with relatives. Dbn A. Gallaher has boon appointed liuiatrator of the estate of William Junningham. ev. J. K. Alexander, of Morning Bun, a, is visiting Hov. W. U Alexander, V Etock Hill. "I! _ . ? . fat he Old Sojor Company played to a 1 lerate bouse last night and all were ~f sfiod. aria & Archer will shortly open tip rl' >al bank in tho Filth ward. he pension examiners mot yostor- _r is this city. ] siAitriws PUitltY. in am ?i and Mlnhnpa lu tuo Tliriviac City ^cj AcroM the Itlver. ponco, Baggs & Co. contiooo to beau- Jin their oflico. The quartered oak fur- a|1l ire and partition has been benuti- jt by otohod glass being placed in tho me tition abovo tho doak and in tho r. The design is entirely new and [J ?ront from anything hereabouts. Dei old warohoueeand fitting shop has en' n strengthened and otherwiaely im- ovj trod. Tho saving of this building at } time of the recent Are was due en- gw ly to Martin's Ferry's oxcellent u? or works and fire dopartmont. Co eaterday morning one of tho cars on Pa< Bellaire line was considerably dam- an< I by striking tho wagon of George aC( jbeck, of Martin's Ferry, and an- = jr car ran off the ond of tho track. >hn Porry, who is woighing bosa at JtL Yorkvillo coal works, and Misa m Liston, of Deep Kun, were maryesterday at Now Alexander by . Mr. Hoover. bia evoning about twenty-fivo mem! of Ohio City Lodge, No. 45, K. of will visit Black Princo Lodge of Bell, which will havo work in tho third roe. i , ,T. C Drennen, of Steuben- ' >, was taken sick whilo on his way no iilitcnoli rounion yoaieraay ana unablo to attend. i JEtnavillo on Tuosday ovening, all bo atroet can woro delayed by ono r's wagona breaking down while I sing tho track. ra. Dr. W. B. Shuttloworth loft yosay to visit relatives at East Liver* I, Pittsburgh and Burgottstown. reigbt ongino No. 75, on tho Clove- Tha I & Pittsburgh railroad, was ofl tho k all morning yestorday. Tt r. T. IL Louia and his daughter, -i . Fred HalJ, of Wellsburg, spent erday hero. jats will bo put on aale to-day for jsi Y. M. C. A. ontertainroent on Saturnight. ' isa Lizzio Weinig wont to EUwood , Pa., yoatorday to apond a couplo -ooks. r. J. F. McDonald, of Irondale, is ting his daughtor, Mrs. B. F. Brady, ies Ruth McMauus, a toachor in the rd ward schools, is on tho sick list. I ra. Frauk Zink and daughtor, Helen, ? visiting friendB in Aileghony, Pa. on. 0. L. Woema, of St. Clairavillo, IS down yoatorday on business. iraoa Coon loft yesterday to visit at P2 thfiold and attend tho fair. ||S unea Crosaley haa taken a position [IS )aughorty'a atoro. isa Besa Griffith returned yoatorday H ;i Indianapolis. I iott Linn returned yesterday from k3 rison county. A Grnna Feature. I Hood's Sarsaparilla is that whilo it Slf iCei the blood and sonds it oourtinc P-J >ugh tho veins lull of richnoss and Pj Ith, it also imparts now life and CM ir to overy function of tho body, wj ice tho expression 90 often heard: "C tod's Sareaparilla made a new per- 1 of mo." It ovorcomes that tired ing so common now. ooi>'s Pii.ls aro puroly vegetable, ^ tectly harmless, always reliablo and eficial. 1_ jg (I Kc Shall I f \ G Take JJl -s Is tho anxious question fit i fueling well?have no appo- US O lite?aro out of sorts?lmvo )] N no energy?feel tired out. HM v Fcrbap9 you aro feeling tick fit yourself f lit Wonymcdiciuesarorecom- [1 mended, doctors consulted? II (lu many cases) much money )1 spent lu this search for health IM -andyctitcau allbcavoidod. II I Wiso peoplo cuuifflcncc at [I once taking u% , Brown's J) o. Iron Bitters I ^ and aro soon made well 111 ami strong. Nearly every Hi prescription given by physi- 11 ciuns for sucli troubles con- If Da tains IRON which some [I I pooplo say they cannot toko. \1 rf is warranted not to giro If causeccnstipationusalioUier 11 m Iron Medicines do. lln '1 Genuine Iw tho croMed /// Red lines on tho wrapper. UM BROWN CU?U,CQ. UALTO. UD. Ill s 3? ;tures &. art materials. |>o|n AVE YOU A PICTURE You Want Framed? will bo ploiuuwl with tho largo stock of ^ t pnttorn# of Mouldlifca shown nt ?? NICOLL'S ART STORB, rp) icu Vbky Low. 1Z22 Murkct Htruoti X TRACK, SATURDAY ilacdonald. Johnson, Ten Races I KNOWLEDGE Bringa comfort and improvement and ids to personal enjoyment when btly used. The many, who live bettlion others and enjoy life more, with s expenditure, by more promptly ipting the world's beat products to ! needs of physical being, will attest I value to health of the pure liquid :ntivo principles embraced in the nedy, Syrup of Figs. [ts excellence is due to it* presenting the form most acceptable and pleast to the tn ?tc, the refreshing and truly reficial properties of a perfect laxvc; effectually cleansing the system, polling colds, headaches and fevers I permanently curing constipation, has given satisfaction to millions and t with the approval of tho medical ifession, becauso it acta on tho Kidfs, Liver and Bowels without weakng them and It is perfectly free from !ry objectionable substance. syrup of Figs is fur sale by all dragte in flOc and$l bottles, but it is mauictured by tho California Fig Syrup . only, whoso name is printed on every ikago, also the riamo, Syrup of Figs, 1 being well informed, you will not :ept any substitute if offered. OUSEFURNISHING GOODS. QpEERa re Is no Substitute for Experience. 10 Cinderella Stoves anil Kaunas are tlie roof thirty years' oxporleuco. 'heir oloanllness loaions labor." :beir ccouomy iavon money." NESBITT & BRO., 12 Market ntnwt. pel l City Audits. Wood and Slate Mantels! <~~STEEL RANGES. F. Caldwell & Co., 1508 and 1510 Markot St. au2l YOU ARB THINKING OP PDBCIU8I.V0 A ifrigerator or Ice Cream Freazsr Come and Sco Our Stock. Z LARGEST A880RTMKNT IN TUB CITY. 3RGE W. JOHNSON'S SONS. 9 1810 MAIS STKF.KT. STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC. CHOOL BOOKS and supplies. For tho nost two woolis wo will rIvo to ovory pcliolnr buyine tlioir School ItookH owl Supplies from us, n hamlnomo PENCIL BOX, containinc Kulor, Ponholtlor, Loail Poncll anil Slnto Poncll, or a box ol lino Slate Poncila. ABLE BROS., I3Q8 Markot Stroot. IIIOOL BOOKS Ami School Statlonory. MIscoUiiUtfouH Hooks, Cbenp I'libllciiiioiiH. l-naMou and Literary Mnjflulnes. lly uud Wcokly l'npora delivered anywhere. C. II. QUIMBY, 1414 Market Street. PHOTOGRAPHY. iggins' Gallery, ? 42 TWELFTH STRKKT. % lotographs s And Upward,. 'YLKS' A1!T STUDIO. troTOGriAr-lie. mm w 1'astku On, Cbavos, Watoh AKnlSK. Igg 7W7T1N STRBET. [Ili INTELMGENCEIl u I CLUAIl AMD l'lU.-t.''TAUl.L l'AI'tll. [, Sept. 29. The National Circuit. Githens, and the other Big Guns will be there. Prizes $2,500 I A Piravia1 T Qyj*+ + ?Northeast. Excursion No. 26 Conducted by our great Pictorgrapliic Portfolio y-y?t -y--? <NJI 1>- A A ^ 11^ Glimpses -?America >1 ^y?r-^-vr? OsJI^ ^ * * * * ift * are through Canada and the New England States, The trip is to Ottawa, Canada, for a view of Chaudiere Falls as they appear when : the crown of the ice-king is upon them, then \ through Lachine Rapids and on to Montreal to participate in the Winter Carnival which is held there. Thence we journey to Quebec and take a glance at its heights and battle grounds, then speed away to Montmorenci Falls, Lake St. John, and the river of Death, through a region of great scenic beauty. Our trip is thereafter southward to the Green Mountains of Vermont, by lakes, rivers, falls, farm-lands, villages, and thence on into the heart of the White Mountains. Here curiosity, awe, grandeur and beauty are in company joining hands and holding a wondrous region in their embrace; we travel to the summit of Mount Washington and look away to the sea, and around upon an arrnv of mountains seared with vast chasms, garlanded with heavy forests, silvered with running streams, jeweled with sapphire lakes, wonder breaking upon wonder, ^Panorama Glorious to Behold. From the White Mountains our tour is to Maine, and thence to Boston and down the Old Colony Road by Woodworth's Home, where he wrote "The Old Oaken Bucket," and Daniel Webster's Farm, to the seaside haunts of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We visit Plymouth also, where the Pilgrim Fathers anchored, view the monumental spots where they lie; repeat the old stories and enjoy a review of the historic associations of places and individuals which distinguished New England annals. / Part -jL Comprises the fol^ lowing Views: On Historic Fields of West Virginia and Pennsylvania ; Blue Grass Regions of the Shenandoah ; Scenery of the Kanawha River and Blue Ridge Mountains; Natural Bridge of Virginia; East Tennessee ; Pen Pictures of Mountaineers ; War Memory That are Fast Fading; The Great Smoky Mountains; North Carolina; Scenery About Askville; A Tragic Story of Mont MitchelL One Coupon cutfrom the First Page of the Intelligencer and Ten Cents for each part. Address the Art Department,'.'. ..DAILY intelligencer, WHEELING, W. VA.