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EVEITOG <GOW
ORAY CR1
The somewhat original uso <
waist of this chic evening gown
day when human ingenuity is all
combinations of trimming. Tl:=
chine with a vest of shirred chif
bolero fronts. The ribbon collar
gives a sharp contrast, and a sty
and untrimmed. Posed by Miss*
amaker.
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oaoooSOCl
There's Joy in sallia? outward.
Though we leave upon the pier,
With faces grieved and wistful,
Our very dearest dear;
And the sea shall roll between us
For perhaps a whole round year.
There's joy in climbing mountains,
In fording rushing brooks.
In poking into places
We've read about In books.
In meeting stranger people
With unfamiliar looks.
But the Joy of joy is ours
Untouched by any pain.
When we take the home-bound steamer
And catch the home-bound train;
There's nothing half so pleasant
As coming home again.
?Margaret E. Songster.
Society homes arc belnp opened one
by one after a summer's absence, bit:
no formal entertaining is yet announced.
The week ending had us
scheduled diversions the KlrkpatrlckSage
and Sage-Hornbrook weddings
and the military hand concert with Mr.
Edmund Yahn, of Cincinnati, as outof-door
attraction. The coming week
holds a Casino dance Friday evening:
ana two musical treats, the Chicago
Glee Club, Monday evening, at the English
Lutheran church, and the Banda
Rossa, Tuesday evening, at Wheeling
Park. The Linaly In camp, Lieutenant
B. C. Dent In command, will call society
dolly In that direction, and golf, as
usual, will hold its own at both links.
Fair week includes a dance to the Married
People's class, the Cotillion and
Junior Cotillion sets September 14.
The event of the week was the double
wedding solemnized Tuesday at noon
in St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal
church, Island, by Rev. Jacob Brittlngham.
The contracting parties were
Miss Ethelyn Sage, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Sage, of "SVellsburg.
and Mr. Charles Newton Fltzpatrlck. of
Cleveland, and Miss .lune Hornbrook,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hornbrook,
of Elm Grove, and Mr. Archibald
Bruce Sage, of New Mexico, all popularly
known young people. The wedding
march was inspiringly played by
Professor Hermann M. Schockey, and
the wedding procession entered, led by
ths ushers, Messrs. Clay Hornbrook, of
Parkersburg, Charles Sage and John
Connell, of Wellsburg, and Archibald
'A. Taylor, of this city; Miss May Hornbrook
and Miss Kirkpatrlck, as bridesmaids,
and Miss Annie V. Sage; a a maid
of honor, all daintily gowned in white,
wearing large picture hats of white- and
pink and carrying pink roses, forming
a pretty surrounding to the two brides,
both effectively beautiful of different
types, Miss Sage, a handsome brunette,
and Miss Hornbrook of the pretty spirJtueJle
style. The brJdal party was met
at the chancel which was covered in
white and beautifully adorned with
potted palms, by Mr. Kirkpatrlck and
Mr. Sage, where the service was read
impressively by the rector of the
church. The wedding, planned with
taste, was one of the prettiest ever savn
in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrlck
will be at home In the future at Cleveland,
and Mrs. and airs. Sage In New
Mexico, and the best wishes of innumerable
friends go with them.
The event of the coming week will be
the dance at the Park Cnslno Friday
evening, given by Professor George M.
L/oiuruKKe, 10 marrieu i'eopies
dancing class, the Cotillion and Junior
Cotillion nets. Melster's full orchestra
will furnish the muHlc, which Ik to Include
many of the very latest compositions.
An especially brilliant evening
hits been planned and Boclety will turn
out enmasse.
The concert given at the Park last
evening by the Opera House Military
Band with Mr. Edmund Yahn, baritone,
au soloist, was a complete success. The
audience was large and appreciative.
All the band music was good and a
repetition of-several numbers \va? enforced,
Tho plcolo numbrr of Mr,
Hummel wm excellently given. Mr.
N OP
EPE DIE CHINE
jf shirring and guipure on the
. clnims cspecial attention in this
but exhausted in discovering new
material is pearl cra^.crc^c do
fon showing between tne lace faced
"and tie of striped black and vrlilto
lish touch. The skirt; is pleated
Jessie Mooney. From John Wan
[ETY3q3?
i Edmund Yahn. the special attraction of
the evening, merits all recognition possible
to be bestowed; his voice Is superb
ant! splendidly managed. His encore,
number, "Am Meer," by Shubert, to the
first selection. and Punchinello (Mollov)
and "Still Wis Die Nach't" were exquisitely
rendered. Mr. Yahn was faultlessly
accompanied by Prof. Hermann
Schcckey. v
Mr. Julius Pollock and son, Master
Jule Pollock, are home, after a month's
stay at Terra Alta.?
The event of the season at Capon !
"Springs, where many Wheeling people J
spent this summer, occurred last Wednesday
evening, and was auspiciously
brilliant. Wheeling society figured
prominently. Among the patronesses
were Mrs. John Frew, Mrs. W. W. Arnett,
Mrs. Louis F. Stlfel, Mrs. Morris
Horkhelmer, Mrs. Charles W. Franzheim
and Mrs. John D. Culbertson. On i
the executive.committee was Mr. L. F.;
Stlfel. On the programme committee'
were Mr. Charles W. Franzhelm and
Col. Morris Horkhelmer.
The Misses Anna and Theresa McCabe,
who have been visiting their sister,
Mrs. William J. Lutz, for the past
two months, have returned to their
home In Brooklyn Borough, Manhattan,
N. Y.
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Harrison, of the
Island, returned "Wednesday from a
summer trip, to Brookslde, one of the I
beautiful resorts In the Alleghenles. Dr.
Harrison won the championship trophy \
of the scheduled bo*vvllng games at I
which Aurora, Oakland and other adjacent
mountain haunts were represented I
by splendid players.
Miss Emily Hay Pollock and Miss
Eleanor Brlce, two prominent members
of Musical Wheeling, delighted an audience
gathered for a summer inuslcale,
given for the benefit of one of the charl-1
ties of Marbledale, Conn., at which !
place these talented young ladles are
spending the summer chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Taney, of Island
Place.
Miss Carrie Becson, of Unlontown.
Pa., Is the house guest to-day of Mlns
Laura Crangle Dalzoll, of Nojth Chapline
street, with whom she leaves thin
evening on a visit to Pittsburgh friends.
Mrs. John Frew and Mrs. W. W. Arnett
returned yesterday from Capon
Springs.
Mr. T ITniitfov IViltnM*- ?v,? t>?1_
tor, and one of this clty'H boat golfer*,
returned "Wednesday, after a month's
absence, spent at Mountain Lake Park,
and In encampmcnt as a member of
Company A of the National Guard, at
Keyser.
The executive committee of the
Woman's Musical Club met yesterday
to arrange plans for the coming season's
musical campaign. An Interesting
prospectus was the outcome.
Thd Chicago Glee Club, booked for
next Monday evening at the Engllrh
Lutheran church, on Sixteenth street,
will furnish a treat. The work iH artistic
and entertaining. A large audience
nhould greet the organization. Two
ladies and four gentlemen make up the
ensemble.
The Banda llossu, the attraction at
tbe_ park next Tuesday evening, has
been heard here and the expressions
then were most complimentary. A large
I audience at both afternoon and evening
concerts Is assured. i
| Mr. and Mrs. ltlccardo Itlccl-cxpect
\ to return from the Canada lakes region,
Jill lli^ S'fc ~j.ilai
where they have been summering, Sext
:
C. W. Franshelm and family returned
last evening from a sojourn at Capon
Springs. ^
Mrs. W. "W. Arnett and Mrs. John
Frew returned yesterday atter in ,extended
sojourn at Capon Springs.
Mlas Nellie Atkinson, the charming
daughter of Governor diiorge . Wesley
Atkinson, is the guest of Miss1 Ethel
I'iWinjs, ui i^uaui'.'rwcjoa,
?: ? ? o?1
PERSONAL N0T2S.
Going nnd Coming of Wheeling
People and Visitor*
L..E. Peters, ofdarkfiburg, Is at the
Stamm.
L.A. Rore, of Parkersburg, Is at the
Park hotel.
L. II. Lindsay,'of Buckhannon, Is at
the McLure;
A. Lenchnrd, of Grafton, la at the
Grand Cental.
Edward Browne, of Parkersburg, Is
at tho Windsor.
J. L. Williams and wife, are Cameron
callers In the city.
Mrs. A. J. Stone, of Fairmont, Is calling
on frtonds here.
A. J. Smith was a Parkersburg caller
In the city yc3ti*nlay.
F. C. Dualy, of Grafton, Is autographed
at the McLurc.
L. D. Lawther and wife, of Salem,
were In town yesterday.
i.Ilrs Fannie Warner, of Weston, is
visiting triendn in the city.
Dr. S. M. Steele, of Moundsvllle, was
a caller in the city, yesterday.
Charles Aniens and family have returned
from Rockland, "W. Va.
J. C. Mahon and wife, of Slstersville,
are the guests of friends in the city.
C. A. Weaver, of Mounds vllle, was a
business caller in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Harry E. Callendlne. of the Island,
is visiting friends at Wellsburg.
Mrs. J. F. Dolan and daughters, of
Slstersville, are calling' on friends In
town.
Mr. and Mrs. Max L. He3S have returned
from Chicago and other .western
titles. 1 :
J. K, Chase, of Cameron, returned
home yesterday, after a brief stay in
the city.
J. E. Hasletter and Q. S. Lowry, of
Slstersville, are state arrivals at the
Park hotel.
Mr. George S. Feeny and son George
returned last night after a short stay
at Terra Alta.
W. E. Slathers, superintendent of the
Insane asylum at Weston, Is calling on
friends In the city.
Mr. B. S. Allison and family, of South
Front street, Island, have returned
from Atlantic City.
D. W. Reynolds, of St. Mary's, and
C. E. Schuphach, of Slstersville, are
registered at the Stamm.
The Fairmont arrivals at the Windsor
yesterday were Misses Margaret E.
Murphy and Clara A. Murphy.
Rev. Dr. D. A. Cunningham returned
yesterday from Lake Chautauqua,
where he spent the heated term.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Parker and
daughter and Miss E. V. Parker, returned
last evening from Atlantic City.
Coi. Charles B. Kefauver, who Is so
successfully filling the position of state
bank examiner, Is here on oificlal business.
Miss Lizzie Kirby, of Johnstown, Pa.,
who has been the guest of the Misses
Devlin, of the' South Side, has returned
home.
George C. Blshoff, W. G. Meyers, A.
C. Meyers and Henry Meyers returned
from Detroit yesterday, where they
spent a week's vacation.
Mrs. Kate Strouberg, Miss Bessie
Merschrod and Miss Laura Caldabaugh
have returned from a three weeks' stay
with friends at Bradford, Va.
Misses Cora Plues, Maggie Bamberger,
Ethel and Ella Jackson will return
to-day, from a two weeks' sojourn
at Atlantic City. New York and other
points in the east.
Frank Altmeyer, of the South Side,
who was bitten by a dog early In the :
week, as chronicled In the Intelligencer,
has gone to New York for treatment at
the Pasteur Institute.
Captain and Mrs. Thomas D. Bennett ;
yesterday returned from Detroit,
where the captain, as a past grand
I'linnrellnp nf tho Wen* Vlrfinln trrnnrt
lodge, was on? of "West Virginia's representatives
to the Knights of Pythias
supreme lodge meeting.
Rev. Joseph Spesrs, pastor of the
Second Presbyterian church, arrived In
the city last evening from Brentwood, (
L. I., where ho spent his vacation. Mrs.
Speers and daughter. Miss Elizabeth,
are visiting friends at Sewlckley, Pa.,
and will not return until after the session
of Washington presbytery next !
week
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel O. Boyce yesterday
returned from a three weeks'
trip op the lakes. Mr. Boyce spent several
days In Toronto, where he was favorably
Impressed with some of the 1
features of Canadian municipal government.
The street railway system,
with its liberal transfers, especially appealed
to him. While in Toronto he
met E. G. Barrow, owner of the Toronto
Eastern league base ball club, who
ran the Wheeling Inter-state team of
1895. . _
Wheeling Park Concerts.
The programme for the Sunday Opera
House band concert at Wheeling Park
are as follows:
AFTERNOON.
Overture?"Stradclla" Flotow ,
Caprice?"HabllloKc" Glllct
Cornet Solo?Granl Fantasia on Foster's
Famous "Old Folks at Home"
.....Casey :
Mr. Augustus J. Fllller.
Waltz Suite?"W edding of the Winds"
Unit
March?"The President's Own"....Thayer
Intermission.
Overture?"Orpheus".... .. Offenbach
Intermezzo Slnfanlco Mnscagnl
Gems from "The Fortune Teller"..Herbert
Descriptive?"Charge of the Boer Cavnlry
at Elandslaagte" Luders
Two Step? "Alabama Itlosnom" (Characteristic)
Sam Banr
Intermlsnlon.
Scene* from "Faust" Gounod
Hons for Cornet, with Echo Quartette
Davis
Mr. John M. Osborn.
Fantasia on Popular HonK" of th?? Day
Von T11*er
Waltz?"On the Beautiful. Bluo Danube"
8tr.iuss
EVENING.
March?"Tho Man Ilehlnd the Gun"..
Sotisa
I Overture?"Berlin In Joy and Sorrow '
1 Conrndl
Oriental Dance?"Sultana" Voclker
Piccolo Solo Selected
Fantasia?"A Summer Day In Norway"
Wlllmers
Selection?"The Binding Girl" Herbert
Polka Comlniio?"SqucKeo!*. Casey
Selection?"Tho Bluo and tho Gray"..
Chattaway
Waltz?"Ia Sereniita" Jnxone
March?"The Citizen Soldier" Taylor
Williams Song Recital.
The song recltul to bo given under the
direction of Prof. T. Llewellyn Wi|M?rrt? i
lit the Blue Jllhbon halt, in Benwood, 1
next Monday, will attruct many music j
lovers from thin city, an well ns Ben- i
wood. Prof. Williams will be assisted \
by the Standard Male Quartette of this ,
city, composed of the following voices:
Marshall Alger, llrst tenor; Wallace II.
Smith, second tenor; George E. Boyd, |
first buss, and Ambrose C. Woods, sec
ond base, i
M * I
Squire Dunnlng'a Court. i
In Squlro Dunnlng's court yesterday j
Annie Coftteld was went to Juil for twen- ,
ty 'days on a drunkenness and profan*. i
ity charge, preferred by Mabel Rlnkus. ?i
Ella Keener Svaa adjudged Insane, and 4
as soon as the papers, which have been j
forwurded to Weston, have been re- 3
turned, she will be sent to the Insane 2
asylum. Miss Keener has been at the i
Rescue Home for some time past, and >*
this action was brought about by Hii- '
mane Officer Echols. ]
BRIEF MENTIONINGS. ;
Events in and About th? City Given J
in a NutshelL' |
Matinee at the Grand to-day. 9
This Is cleaning up week at the Y. M. d
C. A. <5
Grand Opera House to-night?"A Star
Boarder."
The Wheeling Park Association Is repairing
Its bicycle track.
Monday, September 3, being Labor
Day, all banks will be closed. ^
Presidential Candidate Bryan speaks
In Wheeling next Thursday evening.
The Republican county convention
meets to-day at 2 *p- m., at the city
building.
Yesterday, at Pittsburgh, occurred
the death of Edward A. Bankerd, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bankerd, former- J
ly of Wheeling. 1
The Hibernian picnic scheduled to oc- 0
cur at Mozart park next Thursday, has ft
been changed to Wednesday, on ac- a
count of the W. J. Bryan demonstration r
occurring on that day. ^
The excursion to Cleveland over the v
Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling railroad
to-morrow, given by the Knights of
the Golden Eagle, will likely be attend- 0
ed by a large crowd. The ladles will f
serve refreshments on the train going II
and coming. t
Yesterday morning, at the Altenholm \
Home, cast .of the city, occurred the
death of Mrs. Margaret McMechen, in b
the seventy-eighth year of her age. The j
funeral will occur from the home this
afternoon at 2 o'clock, to which lrlends
of the family are invited. The Interment
will be at McMechen cemetery. *
The new pumping station connection r
will be made, commencing to-night at
midnight, and is expected to be completed
Sunday afternoon. Water consumers
would do well to lay In a supply
of water In barrels and other receptacles
to-day, though It is believed
that there will be no difficulty In com- E
plating the cuuncctlon at the time spec- *
lfled. I
The presentation of "Our Navy and \
Coast Defenses" at North Street M. E. ?
church by Prof. Van Llew, of New ?
York, last evening, was most enjoyable.
The "Star Spangled Banner History"
and the illustrations wore worth more
than the price of the lecture. The pro- ^
fessor will render this evening "FlashLight
Revelations of the Slums of New
York," with over one hundred large,
clear views by skilled artists, with two ,
1,200-candle power calcium lights. 1
IN THE CHURCHES.
Vance Memorial?Services will be held
at this church at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m., b
conducted by the pastor, Charles B.
Austin, D. D. Strangers are cordially
invited. "
fi
The Sunday morning services of the p
First English Lutheran church will be
resumed on Sunday at 7:30. Mor.nlng
services at 10:30. Sunday scnool at 2 u
p. m. The Young People's Society of o:
Christian Endeavor mooting on Monday je
at 8 p. m. will be displaced by the concert
by the Chicago Glee Club at that
hour. d<
T
Sunday, September 2, there will be a,
services at the German Methodist
church as follows: Sunday school at
9:15 a. m.; reading at 10:20 a. m. In the
evening at 7:45 p. m. a service of sacred
song and music will be held. Interspersed
with Bible readings. This will ^
be a rare opportunity for lovers of sa- T
cred music. .
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Services at the United Presbyterian ^
church Sunday morning at 10:30 a. m. p
by the pastor, Rev. J. H. Llttell. the
pastor. No evening service. Sunday h
school at 2 p. m. Christian Union at
7 p. m. All are welcome. A
/ D
First Presbyterian church?The pastor.
Rev. D. A. Cunningham, D. D., u
having returned from his vacation, will
preach at 10:30 a. m., subject, "A
Summer Sermon." Sunday school at
9:15 a. m.
Rev. Joseph Speers will conduct the
usual services to-morrow, at the Second B
Presbyterian church. P
B
Rev. R. R. Bigger will fill the pulpit C
at the Third Presbyterian church, Sab- C
bath, morning and evening. Morning 8.
ineme. -wnat &nau we uo witn uur .
Confession of Faith?"
P
First Christian Church?Rev. C. M.
Ollphant, the pastor, will prcach In the
morning on "Harvest Home," and In '
the evening on "Something "Wrong."
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Mission
Sunday school on Thlrty-flrst street, at L
2:30 p. m. Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, at 6:45 p. m.. led ln
by Miss Lyda Wells; topic, "Sebk
Souls." Luke xv:l-10. Prayer meeting ni
Wednesday evening. Seats free. All H
welcome. OfTlcljil board will meet next,
Tuesday evening. j*
IK
First Baptist churah, Rev. Martin W.
Buck, pnstor?Preaching at 10:30 a. m.,
by the pastor, and at*7:30 p. m., by
Rev. Wheeler Bogges, returned mission- ni
ary from India. Sunday school at 9:15 ni
a. m. Sunday school at Chapel A, cor- Ri
ner of Broadway and Maryland streets, "J
and nt Chapel B. 2888 Eoff street, at ^
2:30 p. m. All are cordially Invited to
attend. At the morning service the or- in
ainance of the Lord's Supper will be
commemorated. j
Services at the North Street M. E. v
church Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 ?
p. m., conducted by the pnstor, Rev. C. je
B. Graham. Baptismal services nt 10 ni
a. m., and reception of probationers at
the close of the morning service. Bunilnv
ai'hnnl nf 9. tv m. Rmvorth nrolm
tlonal meeting at 7 p. m. Official meet- .
ing Tuesday nt 7:30 and other meetings 0f
of the week as usual. pi
HERMAN BREMER DEAD. **
_ to
Death of a Well Known South Side
Young Man Last Evening. ^
Last evening, at his home, on South ci
Eoff street, shortly afjer 9 o'clock, Herman
Bremer, one of the best known and
highly respected young men of that part
of the city, passed from this vale of
tenrs. The dec-eased was nick but a
short time of cerebral meningitis, and
while the end came not unexpectedly,
nevertheless the news of his *ath came
as a shock to his many friend*. Mr. ftt
Bremer was In the twenty-third year of S<
his age, being called away at the very
threshold of what promised to have
been a life with a bright future . Ho ^
was an alumni of Ritchie school, and at
the time of his death employed in the S
capacity of collector for Dr. T. M. Has- pj
kins. The funeral arrangements have
not yet been completed.
The Tin Plato Scale. Bt
The conference yesterday at Pittsburgh
between the tin plate inanufnc- CI
turers unci workers did not bring about K;
ii settlement of the wage scale, but
nuch progress wu? made that nil are CI
liope/ul of an agreement to-day. If lvl
tho scale Is signed to-day there will be
nothing to prevent a Renernl resumption *{'
r>f nil the plants of the American Tin
Pinto Pnintiunv iiptt TiiumiIrv niopiiltiir '
A atart may not bo made until there lj,
Irt nn naauranco that tho tin houacmen <
will aecopt a compromise acalo. It Ih
announced that tho conforenco com- pj
mlttce of the Tin Plate WorUora'-fnter- M
national Protective Aaaoclatlon, com[>oaed
of tin houoemon, haa been tflvcn
aiMcrotlonary power In the wagn mat- ,
tor. and this la taken to mean that n
settlement la naaurod^ - en
i7
BASE BALL. ||. BOWLING, f
BOXING. I| CYCLING. f
A GREAT FIGHT
Vill be the Battle Between Jack McClelland
and' Tony Moron Before
the Metropolitan Athletic Club
Next Monday Evening?Big Crowd
Coming.
That the twenty-round bout between
ack McClelland,'of -Pittsburgh, and
tony .Moraii, of Now York, to be pulled
It before the Metropolitan club next
londay evnlng, will be. a great fistic
rgument, Is generally conceded. Moan,
who la working In a mill at Bradock,
Is backed by fellow mill-men,
. ho will come down several score
trong to root for their favorite, while
f course McClelland's Pittsburgh
rlends will be here in force. It Is
Ikely a special train will be engaged
o bring the Pennsylvanlans down to
Vheellng.
Moran Is a new man In this section,
ut he has 'met such good men as Patsy
laley,-Billy Barrett and Austin Iiice,
11 well known in Flstlana.'
The preliminary will be between two
IttBburgh boxers, and is being aranged
there now.
INTER STATE LEAGUE.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Clubs. "Won. Lost. Per.
>ayton Si: 3d .078
'ort Wuyne 75 DO .000
oledo 71 CO .587
Wheeling CO 5-1 Ml
lannrteld Q OS .513
nderson 52 07 .*37
few Castlu 3U 82 .322
larlon 31 83 .201
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
Iansfleld 5. Toledo 0.
Fort Wayne 8. Marlon 5.
wheeling 9, New Castle 0.
TO-DAY'S GAMES. .
Jew Castle at "Wheeling.
Fort Wayne at Marlon.
Toledo at Mansfield.
Dayton at Anderson.
"Wheeling got another game yesterday
y forfeit, the New Castle falling to
ppear for the scheduled game. Toay,
however, New Castle will be here
)r a double header, the troubles In the
ennsylvanla town having been satislctorily
adjusted by President Power,
f the lengue, Insuring the continuance
C New Castle's representation in the
:ague to the close of the season.
The first game of this afternoon's
ouble-lieader will be called at 2 o'clock,
he Wheeling pitchers will be Pardee
nd Skopec, and Wadsworth and Flgsmler
for the Quakers.
Interstate Games.
At Mansfield. RHE
ransrteld 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 *-5 8 0
oledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 3
Batteries?Moredlth and Fox; Joss and
.rthur.
At Marlon. 11 H E
[nrlon 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0?i? 7 2
ort Wayne...'.' 0005010 *-S 90
Batteries?McCord, Lynch and Bergen;
larrlson and Swam.
At Anderson. It II E
nderson 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?2 2 2
ayton 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 ?I C 1
Batteries, Wrolfe and Beville; Guthrie
nd Donahue.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Clubs. Won. Lost. Tar.
rooklyn 01 3y .G10 1
Ittsburgh 56 40 ,543 '
hlladelphla 52 50 .510 ,
oston 52 50 .510 '
hlcago 50 53 .485 i
Inclmiatl 4!? F>3 .480 .
t. Louis 4S 54 .471
ew York 41 0") .40C ]
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
hlladelphla 9, Brooklyn 4.
Cincinnati 11. Chicago 1. i
Boston 5, New York 3.
St. Loul3 10, Pittsburgh 5.
RHE
lttsburgh ..1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1? 5 14 3
I. Louis ....5 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0?10 10 1 I
Batteries, Chesbro and Tannehlll; Robmon
and Powell Earned runs. Pitts'- j
irgh 4; St. Louis 2. Two-base hit*. Wagar,
Robinson. Throo^base hit, Roblnjon.
omo runs, Beaumont. Schrlver. Sacrlcojilt,
Rltchey. First baso on balls, off ,
hesbro 2; off Powell 2. Hit by pltohed
ill. bj.- Tannebtll 2; by Chesbro 1; by Tan
nun o. nine, -;iv. umpire, u uay- 1
User Up Two Pitchcrs.
BROOKLYN, August 31.?Doth Kennedy, r
id Bernhardt were retired In second Ining
to-day for giving too many free
i8scc. Howell was hit hard In the third,
jt settled down nftcr thut. Donnhuo
tched a tine game except In the fifth,
hen Kelley brought in two runs with a
?ur-buKKcr to center. The gnme was unitercating.
Scoro:
It II E
hlladelp'a ...0 4 4 0 0 0 0 I 0-'j 10 1
rooklyn 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0?4 7 3
Batteries, Bernhardt. Donnhuo and
urphy; Kennedy. Ilowejl and McGuire,
arned runs, Brooklyn 2. Home run, Koly.
Time, 2:14. Umpire, Hurat. Attendee,
1,200.
Chicago's Poor Game.
CHICAGO, August 31.?The Chlcagcn
-day probably played the worst ynme
tho *enson. making several more mlsnys
than ca? be shown In tho error
ilumn. Their batting was equally as bad
i their Holding, Scott holding them down
' four Hlnclen. A base on balls, a passed
ill, a wild pitch and a single saved them
om a ahut-out. Attendance, 1,C00. Score;
HUE
llcngo 010000000? 14 it
nclnnatl ...1 0 2 4 0 2 1 1 O-li 12 2
Batteries, Taylor and Bresnohan: Scott
id Kahoe. Earned runs, Cincinnati l.
Ime, 2:05. Umpire, Emsllo.
Boston Won Easily,
BOSTON, August 31.?Boston won easily
day. Taylor's bason on bulls proved
istly, four of Boston's five runs being
in to his wlldnt-ss. Neither aids wa?
do to bat effectively. Attendance, 1,500.
:orc:
B II E
Jflton 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 ?f? 7 0
r>w York ....0 0-002000 1-,*1G3
Batteries, Nichols and Clnrko; Taylor
id lloworman. Earned runs, New York
Home ran, Hickman. Time, 1:60. Umro,
3>vartwood.
American Lenfrue.
\t Huffnlo. It HE ^
Iffnlo 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0?,1 8 3 e
llcugo ....1 0 0 1 o 0 0 C 0 1-0 12 1
M Clovcland. First Rami'. It II15
cveland 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 1 ?S 12 3 ?i
Clly..l 0000000 0?171 p
-\t Cleveland. Second Riune. ItJIE /
oveland 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1-18 4 11
[inauH City..l 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0?.1 5 4 A
M Indlonupoll*. Flr*t frame. It 1J E
dlnnapoljH ....0 0U 1 001 0000 0?2 It 7
ilwaukce 0 0020000000 2?1 S 0
\t lndlanapolU. Second game. HUE
dlunapollH o T o 2 0-:i r, i t
llwaukoo 0 10 0 1?2 5 2
3amo called on account of durknc.'vi. d
\t Dotrolt. It HE h
JtrOlt 3 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 *?8 10 i rr
InncapollH ..0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1 7 r. 1
d
Amateur Btiso Ball. t?
rhc Sclunulbauh bane ball team will rt
ubs bnti with the Bllttuers, of 13eu?, ai
wood, at the Forty-first Btreet grounds
to-morrow morning, at 10 o'ciock. Batteries?Schmulbaehs,
"Watt and O'Toole;
Sllttnera, Ferdinand and Kelley.
The Providence Races.
FROVIDENCE, It. 'I., August Sl.-The
final day of the grand circuit racing
wound up wlththe last two heats being
run off in the dark. In the unfinished
2:20 trot, Lady Geraldlne, the local
favorite,-won, after losing; the fifth
heat;-' Geers made a great drive, and
landed the race In the final heat. Dan
"Westland won the 2:14 pace, In which
Stacker Taylor was the.favorite. Roster
was the favorite in the 2:17 trot, and
won In a six-heat race, which was concluded
in darkness. : George, an outsider,
won the 2:17 pace In a four heat
battle.
Raco Track Fire.
PROVIDENCE) R. I., August 31.?
Fire broke out late this afternoon In the
cattle sheds and stabl'.-s of the Narragansett
Park, where the grand vircult
race meeting is being held, and before
all the horses could be taken out eight
hod been suffocated or burned to death,
including Ace, Mark A. and Agmon
Jim, all owned by H.. Simon, If Ontario,1
Canada. The lire spread rapIdly,
and threatened many exhibition
halls. Help was sent from this city,
but at 7:35 the fire was still burning
fiercely.
NO COMPLAINTS
n -n- ii.. >.r -.. i-1. - b n?
vuuiu xium txiu iuuuiu ui vupiiuu
Crenshaw, Snys His Father?Story
Emanated From Other Persons.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 31.?Adjutant
General Corbln has received the following:
"CARTE RSVILLE, Ga., Aug. 30.1900.
"General H. C. Corbln, Adjutant General,
Washington, D..C.
"Please say to Surgeon General Sternberg
concerning the reports of Illtreatment
of my son,' Captain Frank F. I
Crenshaw, that he made no complaints i
of 111 treatment to the newspaper reporters.
He reached Atlanta with a smile
on his face, with his heart full of Joy to
meet ngaln his loved ones and those
near and dear to him. I am satisfied
that It was his own desire to leave the
Presidio at San Francisco and come to
Atlanta. The Information as to 111
treatment came from a passenger on
the same transport that brought my
son from Manila. I will write you later
more fully concerning the statement
made by this messenger. The statements
as to III treatment attributed to
my son were made by another, to a
newspaper reporter after my son's
Hps were closed by the icy hand of
death. Like a true soldier he bore his
sufferings without complaint."
"T. C. GRENSHAW,"
HAZLETT FOUND GTJILTY.
The Washington (Pa.) Banker Convicted
of Embezzlement.
Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer.
WASHINGTON, Pu., August 31.-After
a trial lasting ten days, that has
been watched with great interest here.
Major Samuel Hnzlett was this afternoon
found guilty of embezlement as a
banker. This was the third trial of
Maor Hazlett, the first resulting in a
verdict of not guilty and the second In a
verdict of guilty that was overturned
recently by the superior court of
Pennsylvania. The Jury was out about
ten minutes. - Major Hazlett was defended
by Attorney Barr, of "Washington,
and Col. W. W. Arnett, of Wheeling,
and it Is said that the verdict will'
be fought to the higher court.
BRYAN'S ITINERARY
Is Changed in Some Particulars?He
"Will Speak at Sistersville.
The itinerary arranged for Bryan's
speeches In West Virginia as given out
from Deer Park, was changed yesterJay,
by National Committeeman John
T. McGraw, go that instead of going
from Clurksburg to Wheeling by way
3f FairmoQj, he will be brought to
Parkersburg, where he will speak at 2
p. m., Thursday. From Parkersburg he
will come to Wheeling over th? Ohio
River railroad, stopping a short time
it Sistersville.
The complete itinerary for Colonel
Bryan in West Virginia, is as follows:
Cumberland, Md.?Tuesday, at 7:30 p.
n.
Morgan's Grove?Wednesday, at 9:30
i. m.
Keyser?Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p m.
Clarksburg?Thursday, at 10 o'clock a.
n.
Parkersburg, Thursday, at 2 o'clock p.
n.
Sistersville?Thursday, at 6 p. m.
Wheeling?Thursday, at 8 o'clock p.
n.
A Still Alarm.
Shortly after 7 o'clock yesterday
nornlng, a still alarm summoned the
-look & Ladder Company to the plant
>f the Wheeling Stamping Company,
in Water street, just below the creek,
vhere an overheated furnace used for
>ollIng tallow, set fire to some wuste
hat was lying near. When the firemen !
"Iivcu me iwi nua uuruwiK UI1U
hreutened to becomc a lilaze of ser- i
oua proportions. With tho assistance
iC four Babcock extinguishers tho Are :
van soon squelched. The loss will not !
unount to over $20.
This Morning's Fire.
An alarm of Are nt 12:25 this
horning called the department to the i
top mill, where workmen had accident- ,
illy set flro to some waste In the en
line room. The blase was extinguished ,
>efore any material damage was done. (
Friday's Arrests.
Friday's arrests by the pollco were as
ollows: Frank Smith, drunk, by Qfll- .
ier Dudley; Robert Bond, vagrancy, by ,
)fllcer Ingram; James Kraft, drunk, by .
)tllcer Dlehl; Dick Blum, drunk, by
)lllcor Kroneweth; Robert PrJtohnrd,
llsordorly, by Officer Junklns; Robert
rrltz. disorderly, by 0nicer Junklns; \
Vlll Peters, disorderly, by Officer Juntlns.
I
* ? * ^
Escaped Convicts Killed. \
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Aug. 31.?
Ves Austin and Bob Armstrong, two
scaped convicts, were killed and a (
hlrd woundod to-day by Warden Brock
nd a posse near Whiteside, fifteen '
lilcs from here. The convicts escaped
rom,the" stockade at Coal City, Gn? on
londay.
Nogro Pronclior Hanged. i
RALEIGH, N. C.. Aug. .Il.-Thomas !
ours, ii negro preacher, and the mu?ercr
of n fnmlly of ?lx persons, was
ariged here to-dny, In tlie county Jail,
'he execution wuh private. Jones murored
Ella Jo'.ivs, colored, nnd her four-,
Jon-ycar-old daughter, and then net
re tu*their homo, burning allvo four j
inull children.
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. McZ-ADJ
% New Fall Style
^ Stiff Hats at Sped
% McFADDEN'S
' 1310, 1316, 1320 anil I
vi *ji 4* *T4 4? if* 414* 4' 4* 4* 4* 4-*4
WEST VIRGINIi
" EVERYTHING NEW
THE~G
West Virginia Exoosi
WHEELJNC
September 10, II, i:
TWENTIETH A"
OPEN DRY TIN D N
3s,23-A.?rT:
Dor Show?Over 2,000 Thoroughbred
Mugnlfleont Exhibition of Live Stock.
> Art. Industrial and Me
x-.xcltlut? liiilloon Ascensions.
Running Hue
Vnudovlllo Attractions. TlibM
GRAND EIjECTin CAIj ILLUMINATION
Eicurslon Rates on All Railroads. Address S
CLOSING THE CENTURY IN A BLA
A. .HEYMANX, Prcsldcut.
RACING AT MIGKT
One of the Features of tlie State Fair .
This Year?The Night Racing Programme
Announced?Entries in
the Different Departments Pouring
In.
One of the most attractive features f
of the twntleth annual West Virginia J?
State Fair, which opens on Monday, j *
Septmber 10, will be the night sessions, |1
and the main feature of the night ses- j ^
sions will be the racing on the elctric- t
ally lighted race track. Not only will
there be races by th Cook hippodrome, r
but there will be four running events
to be put on by the fair association, J 2
one race for each evening. . Secretary I
Hook yesterday announced the pro- I
gramme for these running races, as
follows: 1
Tuesday night?On half mile running
race. In heats: purse, $75. j
"Wednesday?Mile dash, purse 575. ^
Thursday night?One half mile, In
heats: purse. S75.
Friday night?One half mile dash; 1
purse, $75. C
The entries for these races close on
Monday. September 10, at 5 p. m., and
New Lexington rules are announced c
to govern.. j s
Hal Kennedy, a representative of the
association, has gone to Columbus, to j5
attend th?> Ohio si rite fnir. nnd ?weiy
speed entries for the Wheeling Fair. It J
Is'anticipated that more and better i 8:
horses than ever before will be attract-.}.?'
cd here this fall, owing to the fact that ! n
the Ohio and West Virginia state fair
c'.ates do not conlllct.
Entries in the different departments
are now pouring in, and the superln- "
Undents of the departments have their
bands full. -
The date for the test of the electric R
lighting- arrangements has not yet been
fixed by Secretary Hook, but necessarily
must be on some evening of next
week.
'.THE RIVER.
The marks nt 6 p. m. Friday showed
3 ^eet 3 Inches and fulling. Weather, ~
clear and cooler. ,
Yesterday's packets were the Tele- %
phone for Marietta at noon, and the F.
A. Goebel for Clarlngton at 3:30 p. m.
To-day's boats Include the Cricket for
Charleston at 7 a. m.; the H. Iv. Bedford
tor Parkersburg at 11 a. m., and r
the F. A. Goebel for Clarlngton at 3:30 X
p. m. ^
Pittsburgh River News.
PITTSBURGH. Aug. 31.?The chief
Interest of the day along the local
wharves centered In the arrival of the
Cricket from Wheeling, from which r
point the boat had previously made an
attempt to come up, falling on account
of an accident. The little boat, which "
Is the only one able to run at the present
low stage between this city and J
Wheeling, passed Davis' Island dam at f
n'cifiolf -1 rr? T? 1? R
noon yesterday and, notwithstanding
the fact that she shoved a barge from
Wellsburg to East Liverpool, and was
compelled to tie up below the Davis' Island
dam on account of the fog for two
hours, averaging six miles an hour upstream.
It (s considered good tlm&
The Cricket la the lightest river
packet which has been seen in Pittsburgh
In thirty years. She Is 132 feet
long, not Including her wheel: eighteen ft
foot beam, and Is registered by the st
government to carry fifty-one tons, her
limit of 'carrying power being perhaps
seventy-five tons. The boat draws thirteen
Inches of water. It Is fitted up
with steam capstans, electric lights and .
dphons, In the manner of larger boats. A(
rhc boat; which Is running In the place
)[ the Greenwood. Is owned by Capt. ~
Sordon Greene and came to Pittsburgh
under CaV>t. Jesse Hughes and Mate
fclex. Shaw. The Cricket departs for
Charleston at 4 p. m. T
The water at the Davis Island dam I
roll an Inch or two since yesterday, and J"
ivas still going down to-day.
River Telegrams.
OIL CITY?Hiver 11 inches and fallng.
Weather, clear and pleasant. 01
GREENSBORO?River G feet 10
nchea and falling. Weather, clear and
ivarm. Jacobs and Dewey down Satirilay;
Woodward and Cherry up. r(
BROWNSVILLE?River 5 feet 9
lichen and stationary.
PlTTSBUHaH-Ulver 3 foot nnd stn- Cr
lonnry. Weather, clear and warm.
BTISUniSNVILLE?Hlver 2 feet 3 ?
ncliPB and falling. Weather, clear and
vurm.
If
South Dnkota nnd Wyoming. 1*
Special excursion tickets will be sold
from .Chicago via Chicago, Milwaukee
u\d St. Paul railway, on AURU*t SI,
September 4 and 18, to Deadwood,
Spenrflsh, Rapid City and CuHter, S. D.,
Mid to Casper and Sheridan, Wyo? at Fr
>ne faro plus $2 for the round trip, flood
Lo.return until. October 31, 1000. Stop
ivgrs allowefl.wowt of Omaha. Tor furihpr
Information call on or nddrcua W. Fc
3. JIowpII, Q. E. P. A., 861 llroudwuy,
STe\v York, or John It. Pott, D. P. A., H
is? William street, Wllllanisport, Pa.
| ' w&8
iEN'S.
4.
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T
ia! Prices. |
Kali Stylo SUITHats, In tlio Dnni
or Youmon block. nicely tin- T
led, fnst color i?llk binding*, nu
eel lent but to wwr nnd worth T
.(io~ Spcclnl Price $1.50. ?
SjioelnP' Hlir Hut, In tbo now iL
1 blocks, nil lielgiitHorcrown nnd T
iltlis of l?rlm. bout silk bindings,
flrst-alnsH tot^ln every -* ;;iJ
Our Special Price $1.90, ^
hat store 2
322 Market''Street. ( ^
. STATE FAIR.
BUT THE NAME."
LI? II > """
reat
tiofl and State Fair, j
i, w. va.,
2, 13 and 14,1900.
<KIVERSAUY;
ight this vekr, ,
TJrtEIJS s
Dog* From All Parts ot'tbe AVorld.
Twelve Trotting and Facing Uncos.
rcantUe Exhibition.
Thrilling Chariot Haucs.
L'H at Night.
Id >v?y. TIio Gormriri Yiliugo.*-**
OF THE GltOUSDS V.VEUY NIQUT.
ecrtfor/ 'or Premium Lift or lalcrmatlon.
ZE OF EXQUlsiTH SPLENDOR.
GKO. IIOOK, Secretory.
THE STATE DENTISTS'
Association Concludes its Annual
Meeting Friday, With the Election
of Officers and Discussion of Technical
Topics.
Tha annual moetlng of the "WestYlr;lnla
Dental Association, in session In
;h!s city, closed last evening. The atendanca
was representative and num.
jered about thtrty-live, nearly every
lection of the state being represented.
Che following officers were chosen lor
he ensuing: year:
President?G. M. Mcls'cely, of Manlington.
Vice Presidenl?J. Jr. McVore, of
tiannington.
Secretary?W. B. McKee, of Wheelng.
Treasurer?"William McKinley, of
tVheeJinff.
The next meeting will be held in
Jannlngton, on the last Thursday and
Friday of August, 1931.
In the afternoon the delegates were
n session at. the.office of Dr. John Mc:iure,
and discussed technical matters.
NO need to fear sudden attacks of
holera infantum, dysentery; diarrhoea,
ummer complaint of any sort if you
ave Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
trawberry in the medicine cheat.?L
THIS is the last week of our special
uinmcr offer. .You save Just 510 by
nrolling with us on or before Septemer
3. Remember you have the reminder
of this week to try our school
ec of charge.
THE ELLIOTT SCHOOL.
Market Street
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION.
'Irs. W. S. Hutchins
will give instruction on tho Piano to
a limited number of pupil? At hrr
residence. No. S10 Main street, commencing
the fln?t week in September.
Arrangements tan b* made by rilling
or through the mail, beslnnlns
Monday. September 3.
SCHOOL SHOES.
5CK00L TiMf
is nearly here. So are our
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here, ready for your insaictiou.
Best mokes at lotf
prices. Come m and sm
them.
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August Cnrl. 3742 JccobSt. _
PUBLICATIONS.
UIGHTER
OF THE ELM.
A TALE OF WEST VIRGINIA.
A book that has excited almost *
iror in the locality whore v1
;ory is set.
By Mail, Postpaid, 91.00.
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Public Library Building'
Bco Hours?1 to 3 p. m.
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ill up office from 8 a, ra. to 8 p. "*
Residence from 8 p. in. to 8 tu
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COFFEE.
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