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WHEELING, "W. VA*. THURSDAY MOKNING. AUGUST 27.1885.
AN EL DORADO By the South American Commission. RICHES OF ARGENTINE ^REPUBLIC That Might Be Developed to the Benefit of the United States— The Report. IGENERAL WASHINGTON DISPATCHES. Washi3k;to5, August 26.—In tho ro ot the South American Com mi »or., pared tor Congress on the riait to Um nt;ne Republic, they say : "Moco than »Immen monthly I en re the harbor of doc Ayrts tor foreign ports Inden with e producta of the valley of the river Piatt«, s component of which ia the political riaion known aa the Argentine Republic, are aleo every month hundred« of bg vessels departing from the same city, ■ving cargoes almost wholly destined for Not ou» of them disa the Hag oer country, and only one-fifth ot the Dg vesaela ia an American bottom, y jeara ago our cointry enjoyed a e and prosperous commerce with the latte Valley. Since the advent of steam jnmunication and the effect of our civil on our ocean commerce, the riag ot our ion ia rarely »een in these waters;- yet American ot long residence in thia try, and every citizen of it wbo has veiled in our land, will tell you that the I Agentine Republic is t [ The l uit«<l state« of South America. L^n many respects this observation is found r*i ed on striking similarity In round a>im i I b«rs the area of the republic covers 1,20 », 000 square miles The northern limit lies "gander tropical siiies. In the central re ^■on there are vast plains, where told, a» IPresident informed as. over ">0.000.000 } jd et eheepand from 16,000,000 to 1>, ,v,000 head of cattle in addition to droves horte* of uncounted numbers. Oneoener I ov< r 60 000 mare* that he is >ut to slaughter for all their hide« and ase. Th«* report gives in detail tha pro >cts of the country, «ays tons ot wheat and jur are beirg exported that a portion ot ,je land seems to bave a capacity ior the L production of the two grains of the world, at Jeaii ot Europe and the western hemisphere, And that the* e are along the western portion ' the republic mines of silver ot nnknowa lae. Some believe it to be hot, but soil .d climate are greedy diversified, and never becomes so cold as to make it nec ■y to feed stock. Sheep raising has in ied 32 per cent, since 1876, and is In tht Hand* ot British fubjects There has been no increase in the herds ot cattle. The country has 2,800 miles of railroads built, and many thousand miles more projected. Foreign colonies have been encouraged for many years, and Italy has sent a larger number ot immi its into the country than any other nafion. They are so numerous that they take possession of the Government if so wiUed In fact it was once that they would do so. Th* govern >t fosters education, contributing four oa toward it this year. There are _jty t*o corna «chools taught by Aoaer >s ladies according to our system, and te ladies are praised very highly. Tdere also two enumerators and fourteen na tal colleges and a school if mine) and grieohure. " • The report contains: On Tbt> LMilliif Questions low can better re.auona, friendly and com lercial between the Republic and the nited States be established? tJoth the resident and the Ministers of foreign at ..irs returned the same answers: create fire qnent steamship communications. Taey f ftzpatiat -d at some length on its benedts hoth »idea. They saw oa it è ft bettter acquaintance on their '3 own part and thrfr leading men with the I hat.n and policy of our own country. They L believed that their own people ^would take ' on broader and more generous views when once they come into close and buj»oe*a con tact with < ur own land. They cKim that it the I'nited State« thoroughlj compel a i td ^e vasm^ss ot the undeveloped w.-al'h cf tl is region, its money and sons .rauli How here in !Hi earns of Profit to Each SM«. Bf nee it was that the Argentine g™ ém irent stood ready at any time the Cured 5 at • would foater the scheme, to unite * lb it, on just terms, in establishing fre < j ju t and cheap steam communi." itiou be , »we. n he countries. The earn-wtnesa ot r both the President and Ministry on this question was very manifest It will be a T'great mistake it the Argentine Republic is L net attached to the I'nited States by far ' stronger ties thun those which exi-t t>day. • The way to it is easy and open Fourth-Cla«« OIHc«*. Washix:tos. Argust 26—The Acting Postmaster General to-dar appjinted the fcllowicg named fourth-class po-« ten asters: In Weal Virginia—I.eon, G. W Knapp: Scott's Depot Jamea M Simms; Ora, A. r — *»_ mw—«W_ E >et»Oo; i e'roifuu, nu. .»... Ja Ohii>—At liberty, J a tau Faßart ; Clioiou»iiie, K W Peg/; Dixon, Thomas C CuJIeo; Peerles*. John E We!la; Siam, 1 Joel fcWfiambre. Hull Prairie, John Mor I row; Slillbury, Henry P. Giot*; Prairie [ lot, Osir.an C. Ihrer; Bloom 1*1«, John / KelN. Milton Contre, Chad- M. Wallinif; 1_ Basking W u Coboiey, Beaon Uid^n, N. Cherry; Van Lue, Wm. Alspach; •• * V Muât . r Be«» ill, J T. Cofpcc. \ Solvent. Mr. Cannon. comptroller of tha currency day r*»ived a telegram from oiak ex #iner (ii'mu, »hoi» in charge of the Cify Hatioual iiatk, or Ft. Worth, Tex , report ing that the Oaük is unquestionably solvent •nd «ill resume business in a far d*/a Ihe d> faioa'ion of Nichols he say« will not «xcftd $.;o •»»>•■, and hia accoanta are betn* rapidly rrccncikd. Exports. Tke Chi»! of the Bareaa of Statistic« ro I total value« of exporta of domestic car «nd hott» «nd of beef, pork and dairy ducts aa tol'o** fuly, 1885, $> 40.579; July, 1884. tit), »,04? Seven months ended July SI, '4 :-69; do , do., ecd*i Ja y 31, '►>4, U'ijll.Tbb. b**t hi à pork prodoct* for sine moo:hi •tdtd J'.iy 31. 1885, $67.706,092; July 31, 18» 4, S 60.570,36 ». ' 1 am prodoeta tor three months ended 3. 18i-5, ft 031,716 July 3, 1884 $3, SC4*60 C0*1 of Bureau of Statiatic reporta total *a)ue«f exports of breafitnrF» from Cnired Si ansae follows: July, 1885,18.714.305, *«ly, 1884 $1X371 754 ^PfT»n months ended July, 1885 $>"5.558, J2, ro . July 31. 1884, $80.546.13t. a«b«*ottac Mulch. !»'«—< »1** J|(aETi>srhL H^. Aogust —la the priai jtootisg to-da? at Monat Alto psrk, onde tir ai «fu«« of the /rj.trea frost this place Maiii sur/ Ou'fud c S the fix*» prias, I fus fi Jd medal. , V» »»rei »fvwirk Haeentova *oa tk I • • .*•'>! r.r ' ,n,'«»»fT»«|K>rt Ml . w<* t«. fu U' (la! C-Jiirls *as l<Ji out x tU 5 FIRED UP WITH CARBON OIL Aad m Probable Double Fatality WU1 Ba. •alt. I %lilf to At &tqi$Ur. Mosgastow*, August 26.—It wm four o'clock yesterday evening when the usua'Iy quiet little town of Pu Marion, Pa., wm thrown into excitement by an explosion which very mach resembled that ol a gun The smoke that aoon arose from the hooM of Charles Pride, a »addier of that town, and a former rendent of Morgan town, at once revealed the «eat of trouble. Oo entering they found Mr. and Mrs. Pride and their ! only child, a two year old son,in dames as a resuh of trying to build a fire with carbon oil The particular! of the fatal aocident m gathered from a reliable aoarce are aa fol I lows: Mr*. Pride had been trying to boild a fire in the cooking «tore, and had brought to her aid tome carbon oil After pouring seme on the fire, she careleedy placed the oil can on the stove and stepped into aa ad I joining room and took np her two-year-old son in her arms and went back to the stove with the intention of removing the mis placed oil can. Just as she was in the act of removing the caa the fatal explosion took place. Mr. Pr dj, who was in an ad joining room immediately ran to their rescue. While be was trying to extinguish the crnel dames that were feasting upon the clothes of his wife and child, he himself was badly burned. Finally with the neighbors' assist ance the tiames were extinguished, but too late. The child died in less than two hours from the effect of its burns. It was buried to day at Morgantown. It is thought that Mrs. Pride will not recover. Mr. Pride's injuries, though serious, are not though^to j be fatal. LATE CROP RETURNS. The PrtMDt Decline in Wheat Accounted For—Che Condition el Cora. Chicago, Aoeust 26.—The Farmer's Re view published the following summary of its crop returns up to August 24. With the exception of the country tributary to Red River Valley, the last fourteen days' harvest t.. a v : i_ J„1 a ir..nk ike spring wheat to be handled thia fall and winter will b« of inferior quality. The in tensely hot weather of July has been the main cause of ihia state of aflairs, the effect ot which was more or lese to shrivel the graiu and produce a quality below that ot la« jear. The spring wheat crop ot ltiS4 was ot exceptionally hoe quality. Northera Dik> ta promise« now to be th* onlv ar<-a from which any large supply of No. 2 hard whea ' may be looked for. The price ot wheat has declined tw;lve cents within the la&t GO days. Even with the past prices wheat export de mand is very small. Great accamala ion of stock at shipping points and prospects of a still farther iij crease, has also been an element which has gone very far toward produc ng the present decline. The very cool nights which preTiilfd more or less daring August had made farmers considerably anxious for j fear of early frost. While the general appearance ot corn is one ot encouragement, the crop, as a wiole. is late, and we must get well into Sep ember without an early frost, or with it at least fifty per cent would be soft. The general impression is that we are to gather the largest crop ot cotn ever grown; still, tht corn crop is \ery uneven, and we think that the yield will not come up to the geueral impression. THE WELLAND CANAL, Making Arrangement« to Deepen It—The Advantage* to Be Derived. Ottawa, Ost . August 26.—Plans for deepening the Weiland cacal from twelvetJ fourteen ft et are bt-ng prepared by t te Chief Engineer cf the Department of Rail ways, and it is probable that work may be commenced belote the season for naviga tion closes. At present large vessels com ing to Port Coloorne have to be lightened in order to pa's through the canal. The es timated lose through this cause last year, was as follows: Canal revenue toll on quantity lightened #I 475 80; total loss to canal and vessels, $20 427.16. With the advance in building large ships 50 per cent, are now enable to pise through. As the notthwest |deve'op< a Inrpe is rease in the traffie through the canal is expected. Dj luth commenced an increase ot shipment io lfcî>0 and last jear'a returns showed an in crease since that time of nearly 8,000,000 bothele. l c!«ss ih* Canada Pacific railway makes a d).»cri(iiinniion against the canal in favor ot their late rente, 75 per cent of these -kiprutnti would come tbrovh canal ■ i is beid that if greater d-pth of water wer^ yrr\id»d vtMeîj could well affor.i to pay 30 eei'ts per ton toll At this r ite 150,000 tot "* lightened would repr-set t a ! ;as ot OM lue to the canal of *5 OUO. or the in terdît tf cost of forntsbiog this ext't* .J»ph. P:e*ur*ing tba? the American and v\ sf- in • »utsrio ttade does materially in n>u«» some six or seven million busiels of nor'hwfst wheat, in addition to the average traffic through the canal, would, if deeper water is provided, pay by extra revenue th» interest on the cost of enlargement, save $100,000 every year to the o -tiers of vesiels. atd perpetually lower the cost of transpor •a'ion by the St. Lawrence route to the sea beard. Killed Un the Hallway. Special to th* R'ju er Guftvs, August 26.—A man whose name is suppoeed to be Fiits Petri was struck by engine tear Iroot jwo, eight mi!e» east ot here, this eveoiog, and in stantly killed He itepped from the south track to sretout of the way ot an East bound truin. When he got on the north track the West bound train struck him. throwing him against the hank, breaking his neck and irrt arm in two places He had a certificate t-f membership of the "Uoion Tempérance Sciùty of the Sea and L»nd," orner Mar ket acd Henry streets. New York, in hid pc<ket. tu the «tui'kiuru'i Convention. Sfir uil to th' R'-juttv CuARiEsruN, W. Va, August 26—Gov ernor Wilson to-day appointed S. W. N. Ftamster, of GtvenSrisr, and Colonel A. Woodford, %.f Le»is cvis.ty, as delegates at large and Marshall l>-p-«, of Roare, and James Pickens of Btrbour coutty, as alter nates to represent We« Virginia at the N »• tiocal Ccu ven;ion of Stockmen ta be held in Chicago November 17'hand 18th. Hanging Too liood (or Him. St Lovis, August 26 —A dispatch from Sedelia, Ma. says that on Monday laa; an ex convict named Hiram Hedia, OrataUf es j faulted Mrs J D Cruse, a to un? married vornan, living at Bsaman's Stacoo. s*vea miles from Sedaha Mrs Crus* is an in valid and fainted from terror and the treat ! ment received. After recovering conscious ness the women vas carried about a quar«4 of a mile into the woods, kep* there sererai ! hours and repeatedly assaulted bj th* bru a He then Kit fcer. aod she with grea' diS ' colty dragged h'rself back home aod *»▼< \ aa alarm. She is in a very precarious cot oiiion. tsd her phjsician thinks »he w II die. The whole country is being scoured for Hedin by infuria'ed citizens. *ad U Jlu , »retch it caught he will be Ijnihed ai , on ce. Wfeen the Up* of Moanty t Are parted in asmi!e, they disclose a rot of p*arls rivaling in purity tbo«e which th< diver bgjege o» frees Um ho*torn of ttu ' Persian sea. WWt will beet pea»» i ie thesi i'.'irs of the month? SOZODONT, t* 4 «sWhmtaJ ki sii>si aadfit— isfcve of du PENNSYLVANIA DEMOCRAT) Assemble in Convention, Nomina* a State Treasurer and FORMULATE A ROUSING PLATFORI Heartily Endorsing The Administrativ and Approving the Work of Gov. Pattison. • DAY NAMED FOR STATE TREASURER, Ha&bisbcbq, August 26.—The Demc cratic State'Convention waa called toordei this morning at half past ten o'clock, the opera house being packed and over foui hundred delegates being present. R. Fal len, of Lycoming, was elected temporary chairman by acclamation. On taking the chair he spoke of h's party being in posses sion of the national administration and said that they had a perfect record to present to the pnblic. He eu'ojized President Cleve land, and said that the people were now having a higher, better and parer adminis tration than has been known for many years. Referrini: to the new constitution, he said one of the great questions was the regula tion of the laws governing great corporations. It was a duty to keep them within the bounds of the Con futation. He charged the Republicans with allowing the laws to remain as a dead letter when they had an opportunity *> enforce them. Governor Pattison was highly com plimented for his move on the Soath Penn railroad, and the Speaker requested that the Governor be folly endorsed and sustained in his courie. pointed, after which the Conventiou took a rtcess until 11 o'clock. The Convention did not réassemblé on time, but when called to order the attend atice wad m large as in the morning. Jaco3 L. 1 uroey, of West Moreland, was elected permanent Chairman, and the usual nam o«-r ot Vice President« and Secret-tries were •»(.'Poiiited. The Committee on R^ota'ions r«-;ortcd the following Platform: The Democracy of Pennsylvania in con vention declare their hearty approval atid .-upport of the principles adopted by the ( bicago Democratic Convention, July 9th, lï-84. They favor an honest and effecient civil service, a fair and just revision of the tariff, and a thorough reform of the methods of the administration which obtained under Republican rule in strict accordance with the tetms of the Chicago platform upon which Grover Cleveland was elected Presi dent and Thomas A Hendricks Vice Presi dent of the United States. Second—We cordially approve the Dem ocratic reform administration of President Cleveland and his Cabinet. We recognize in their official acts a resolute determina tion to vindicate the pledges upon which the President was elected. To this end we affirm his clear and indisputable tight to promptly remove officia s who have prostituted the public service for partisan and personal etds. The thorough reform ot abuses and searching investigations al ready made in the several departments of the Fedeial government, give assurance »hat the present administration will secure for the country that thorough organization of the Civil Service which will effect an honest, practical and efficient administra tion of the government. fhiid—The ndministration of Governor Pattison, by the firm and houeit execution ot 'he law and the faithful and rigid use ot the veto power in the iuerest of reform and eccnomical government, challenges respect »cd commands the confidence of the people. We warmly approve the action of the Gov ertor tnd his offi' al advisers in ther tffi.ro to maintain and enforce the constitu tion; to secure a just and honest apportion mtnt; to guard the interest of the people; to ecure economy and honesty in the State government, at.d to reform long existing abuses and deep'y rooted inequ ilities in the laws. Fourth—Evwy legitimate effort of labor to better its condition, enhance its reward and protect its rights commands the sym t>»thy at.d support of the Dem >cra ic party The importation under contran of foreign oat per labor is an evil which should be r medifd by judicious legislation Frth—We favor the enforcement of the Con-titution ot Pennsylvania iii's even i-t:ilo and tection and especi »'i? o-m iud ti »• t emulation by law in accoriaoc» tHere ■ rh of 'he carrying corpor» ious of ih* Sai; the equalization of t"ie tax Uws : ne pn. priation ot public m )aeys t ~> p ib \i i ses only; »n hobest m iuit?enei>t o the State Treasury and rigid etOrcemsnt ot the laws governing it. • Sixth—We denounce as in flagrant viol* iion of the constitution the at empt to cou • oiidate the South Penn and Beech Creek Kailroad with the Pennsylvania Railroad t'cmpany, and we hrartily approve the pro • eating of the Commonwealth through the (iov»rnor and Attorney General to protect nd presrrve the rights ot the people under toe constitution J>eventn.— me nouiiuauou oi Iiisauc« S. Quay by the Pennsylvania Republican« for State Treasurer is an insult to the intel tig«»tce ard integrity of the people and bj rut deteat thcj will titl? rebuke lejrUlativt «iebnocherv ot legisl. tive spoliation t'ie pre testions ol corpora'« power abuse of the (■srooi.ir^ power and the creations of net ' freer» to harraae the people and eu oui t eir substance. The Democratic party is a* it always has been opposed to sumptuary legislation anc rnrqual taxation in any form, and it is it lai or of the largest liberty of private coo dnct consistent with the public welfare, and 'bp rights of others and of regulating th< 1 quer tmflic and providing a**iost the evili reeoltiaft therefrom bv a judicious aud p-op »rly «traded license system. In couinot «kith our patriotic country of all sucions w< mourn the death of General Gr%ot anc eben» h the memory of his mos: heroic ch«r noter and bis Teat deeds; we synpathiz' wi h bis bereaved widow and children, anc *c treat that bis dying wish fir harmony ard good wilt between the sections will b< 4 ally realized. the plaiform was unanimously adopted Day Nomlattod Nominations being in order Conrad B Day was named by W. A. Hensel for Stat Treasurer and seconded by W T. Stengel > There wss no oppoeiion and Mr Day wa ! rotriraied by acclamation. The coaves i lion thtn adjourned »ine die. THE GENEVA REGATTA. I Haitian »ad McKay the Winner* in 9.46-3 aad »37-1-8. Gk^ita, N. Y., August li —Tùe villag is alive with peopla come to wi'nwa the bri race. The weather is beautifnl and a ge: t'e northwest wind prevail«, which acarce. tu (ilea the water at this end of the lake. Owing to a heavy wind the first trii ieft way delayed nntil 5:15. M.-Kr ' > Hamm. É>obmett and Lee competed firs Gaodaurwaa ""hdrew. Th-fourt round a atiaijaJJ^ai»® wd-a had, M Kay winning in . ^ iwHaam and 1a were two «eeoad» dead heat I the next beat were Hoamer.T^nEfck an Hanlaa. Haitian took the baSiBgpfcMi the £r*t Quart»* mile aad kepK« to tl ffcif-h. Use 9<SJ. \ The main raoe will be rowed to m «to 1 k u . . . ... w I CRUSHED TO DEATH. Oiptaia Bibcock Instantly KMlei By a Oar. * Stokisoto*, Co«r„ Au^mt 26.—C tptaiii David 8. Babcock, President of the Provi dence and Stonington Steamship Company, Vice President and General Ilanager of the New York, Providence and Boston Railroad Company, was instantly killed here at s | quarter past nine o clock Monday evening. In company with EKnn Spicer, Jr., and s Mr. Wilcox, of Brooklyn, N. Y., be had lefi his hotel and was proceeding to the steam boat landing. When crossing the network of tracks which run on either side of the wharf he was Jtrock by a passenger car which was being switched from the steam boat train which had just arrived from Providence. The car passed over him, crushing ont his life in an instant Captain Spicer, one of his companions, bad a narrow escape from death, the car tearing the skin from one leg and making revenu scratches about tne face. Mr. Wilcox fortunately escaped harm. Captain J'abcock and family were summering here at the Hotel Wadawanuck. He leaves a vife and six children. He was sixty-three of age, was born in this town and for fventeen jears has been President of the Stonington line of steamers. Previous to entering the steamboat service he com n anded several of the finest merchant ships sailing from the port of New York. SENT BACK HIS BRIDE. A Terrlbl« Areu*atH»n Results In the Shedding of Blood. Lovisville, August 26.—Ten months ago John Ellis, a wealthy stock farmer of Old ham county, married f.jdia S torts, daugh ter of a well-to-do neighbor. A week after the wedding Ellis sent the brkle back to her parents with an outrageous statement. Her father and brother armed themselves ai.d went to demand an explanation. Ellis rtplied that bis wife bad confessed on her wtdding night that she had been too inti n ate with her brother-in-law,Charles Stone Mr?. Ellis stated that she bad been forced to make a false statement by Ellis, who threatened to hill her unless ehe did so. Stonestreet also pronounced the 6tory false. There has been expectation of Woodshed Oftw»en the parties evei since. Yesterday he elder Starts, his son John and Stone street met Ellis, when Stonestreet struck E lis and called him a liar, but retracted wh«D Ellis drew a pistol. John Stört» and Ellis then emptied their pistols at each other several times. Ellia finally fell, badly wounded. Starts was only slightly hurt Kllis is now under medical care here. The tight will doubtlets be fit-ished when he is noie to be about. GIGANTIC COUNTERFEITING In Brazilian Nut»* Discovered in Teim— A Leader Arrested. St. Lot is, August 26.—It has just trans pired that a man named Luciaa White was »nested here a w*ek ago, charged with be irg concerned in a gigantic scheme tocoun ttrfeit Brazillian notes. White was arrested at the Hotel Mosher, where te had been tar sometime and detective? engaged in ferrecting out ibe case have discovered part'y finished octes amounting in aggregate to 320.000 The captured money is chiefly in notes of denomination of 200 milrieg, but they con sist only of the front of notes c,d arc not signed. The backs b:»ve been discovered in New Orleans and thus the scheme has been foiled. Other arrests are expected to be made bjth here hi d at New Orleaus, when the names o* •be Brazilian members of the gang will be securtd. None of the details of the cas» cor. be obtained, but Detective Tvrell, who is working ihe matter up. says it U th^ largest case be has ever beeu engaged in PLEASANTS COUNTY INSTITUTE. Teachers in Session at St. Marys—Whut They Are Doing. Sptcuil to fV Register. St. Marts, W. Va , August 26.-*-S;. Marys bas been awakened from her happy re pose to a state of life by the comiDg to gether of teachers. Institute met Mondav bturnoon and was organ zed by electing Superintendent Gorrell President and Mi» • ery McGregor aid R. L. Pemberton Sec erns. Prcf. C. A. Sipe, of the Fairmont Norma1 -ehcol, is our instructor, and his pleaaan nai.tus and easy, instructive speaking iv> e won for him the highest regards of all i'i attet dar,ce. ' Largoage Lessons" and the "Science t I • Btbing" were discussed Monday after cm, atd at the evening sesMon the in s r. ctcr delivered some very interesting re •• >*ks an reading acd studying United Staits history. At the afternoon session M if s Annie Imlay, M. D. Ruckman and C Correll were appointed committee on pro gramme. The Institute had convened in the school house, but as that place wa< found to be in a very unfit condition the use ct the M. P. church was obtained, and in tfce evening the Institute repaire! thither. The programme for the morning of the sccoud day embraced the topics of Reading ? rithmelic. Geograph and Sp»ll ng. Thef (■iibjfrCts were ably discussed bv Misses Ol « ey, Ira C. Moore, Rachel Rjm^r and Su While Arithmetic was in discussion, C. Osrrell stated that the trustas had com } tlltd him »o cease teaching the multiplie* on tables in Lis rchocl l ist winter, and fc&ked the opinion of the Iastitute as to •heir power to do so. Opinion expressed that ' the teacher is king m hi« school, and may teach from the text books in whatso ever manner he please." Prof Lowrv M. A Ruckman. Miss A. C. I inlay and Miss Nannie Hall were ap pointed on Committee on Resolutions At the afternoon eeseion, Prof. Sipe illus t-ated. practically. ' Language Lwons;" j-nd was followed by Rutua Kester on * Science of Teaching." Mis« Nannie Hall opened the topic of ' U. S. History,' which was farther dis « awed by Rev. L. D. King. So far the members ot the Institution ceterellv hare not beer, aroused to th*t spirit of action and speech which is so m ! ' aluahle to the lrstitution, bat it is hop»d bat the u«ual t midity will soon be worn off There are filty-tbree members enrolled. I id est of whom have never taught. Many o< • be members are yoacg and creep hands in tuch organizations, but, taking alt thing« into consideraticn everything pro-nisei thai »»• »hall h«ve a very enjoyab'e and instruct :re wi eh cf il Injured by a Fall. tonai to tfe Rttmitr. ¥o«uaxtows, W Va.. August 26.—Mr <A'ill Jol. a prominent miller, of this placo has for some days been repairing his mill Ft-day while busily engaged at his worl , »boot thim-six feet av>ve the ground. h< i "on his balance and fell I was though 1 at first that be vas seriously injured. Drs / Wade and McLaae were immediately call» 1 and it was found that his right ankle bom ' was broken and that ia addition to this hi had sustained several serioa« bruises Hi injarie«, though painful, are not thought b; any means to be fatal. Bww I» Penniylraaln. Wilkesbabre, Pa, August 26.—F roc earl? moruin« yesterday «Mil late last aigh ihere was a heavy downpoar of raie ia thi county. At Harney's Lake, tea miles frot here, now HI this morviag aad continue until aooa at slight intervals. THE KNIGHTS VS GOULD. A Coaf«r«nce of Ballroad Offlcla'» and Kalghta of Labor. Nrw Yobk, Aigust 26—Jay Qjuld, A. A. Taliiidge, General Mam^er of the Wa bash toad, General Manager Hoxie, of the Southwestern system and Capt. Hays, first Vice President of the Missouri Pacific rail road tliia afternoon received a delegation from the Executive Board of the Knights of Labor ^lich is here to effect a sett'ement of difficulties between the Wa bash and Knights of Labor. From sources near to the railroad men it is learned that Mr. Goald informed the committee that the officials of the Wabash were not opposed to the Knights of Labor as an organization —they rather approved of H. The company bad never offered such a proposition to the men as hip been stated, in effect that they might break with the Knights as a condi tion of employment Talmadje, speaking for them, «plained that when the new man agement began ander a receiver many changes were necessitated—leased lines were got rid of and expenses curtailed. The failure of tha wheat crops has been felt and constituted çne cause for economy. The committed suggested as a means of settling tie fflfeçulty that all men employ ed since June lefth In 'the place of onion men, be discharged and the old hands be reinstated. Those who had refused to cut fiom the organization of 'he Knights as a condition ol being tiken back June 18th, w hen the shops reopened. The shops men ti< ned were those at Ft. Wayne. Ind., De catur and SpringSeld, Ills., Moberly, St. Louis and Sodalia, Mo. The executive board ol the Knights to-day or^ed that the stops were closed June 16th, opened two days later and then when the old hands applied for werk they were refused ULless they signed an agreement to quit ihe Knights. Sixteen hundred men refused and were locked out, others replacing them. The conference to day hinged on that if ofHcialB woald agre* to discharge those who *ook the places cf those locked out, all would be welt. The committee demaoded an acswer hi fifteen minutes, bu' the rail way officials declined each rapidity of de cision and stated that consideration would be given the natter and an answer later on The committee of Ktights then depart «1. Ex Mayor Powderly, ot Scranton, Pa., General Master Workman of the Knights of Labor, was seen tonight. He gave the substance ot what was said by officers substantially as above aiding that Mr. Talmadge assured the committee that he had not caused the discharge of employes because they had re fDsed to sever their connection witb the Knights of Labor, and that he did not give instructions to his assistants to discharge the men who refused to sign agreement of June 18. Mr. Powderly added: "If necessary we ean present proofs that S'leb Talmadge had asked for time in which to consider the question and s*id he would not feel justified while the road was in its pre» ent condition without consulting olHcials in answering why the men were discharged. "We will bave another conference,'' said Mr. Powderly, "when a reply is expectei from the Wabash official« to onr demand to «instate the men discharged." CaitrUlgra Pliifnil in the Window» of a Philai>ej,phia, August 26—About two o'clock this moriiiou an explosion occurred in the show windo* of Jsitnes B. Rodgera' 8ë h.on, at the r<orthea»t corntr of Nine ttenth and Callowhill slreet. Tbe expia èion shattered the glass in a!l the windows within half a block of the sulooo. I'pon examination, it whs found tuât someone had placed a dynamite cartridge u;on the window sill, as the mark of the fi^e could oe seen. Rodgers says he has no enemies and can imagine no causa for the attemp* to ble w him np. The damage will amount to about $2,500. 8everal men who were playing cards in a neighboring saloon were thrown out of their chairs by the shock, but nobody is reported irjured. The explosion was accompanisd by a flash of flame reaching twenty or thirty teet in the air, a shower of sparks, a cloud of smoke and a distinct odor of gunpowder Special officers who were in the neighbor hood at the time'of the explosion, describe tbe sound as that of a cannon's discharge. The window in which the explosive seems to have been placed is on Callowhill street ft was filled with empty bottles, which were reduced to the condition of pounded glass, and the woodwork of the window was t roken, twisted and ground almost to a pulp. The explosive is believed to have been dynamite. The police are investiga ting the matter. BiRMtïfJHAM, Angatt 26— Gounods new oratorio, "Mors Kt Vit»" was rendered this afternoon at the Birmineham Music Festi val for tbe first time. The audience was enormous and enthusiastic evoked by tbe music amounted to an ovat>on The composition was pronounced by all tobe the author's masterpiece. It is more me Udious than "The Redemption." The Ta'oria was admirably rendered, Tae principal soloists Mme. Aloani aud Vr Llojd. Herr R-fhter conducted the p<'formante 'Mors Et Vita" in many points r*ferrhles "The R< d-mp'Kin " of which it i* a ccwinua'icn 'he first portion, "d»ath," comprises the pcir* reqiiem mass, the sec ot.d treats of the j dament and the third 'ife *»ased on th- r-pinn rf St .lohn " The «udienre vas errcjmrsd with the bevitiful concerna piic»* and tbe choruses of requiem -nd the nob instrument «ion. Tbe interpréta'ion ' 1 the work was fault !..»* In the s/ro:.d ocrtion loud ttcfaree A DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. Fhllmlelph a Saloon. A BlatlcaU Event. illustrated the jadgm«»nt. Toe trampeta (roatfd a mRrvcika* effect Thri»e trumpet ers wt-re placed a; each of the topmost cor t*rs of the orchestra After tlu« tremen det« descriptive music the »oft, melolioa» LTcûeatral pussagei had a doubly grateful » » arm, ard Üwafter to the end there «a» h more or leas uninterrupted flow of repoae iul melody, ecdisg ia a brief but effective rhernâ. Mme. Albani, Mme. Paley. Mr Llcjd atd Mr. Santley received ovaiions 1 be Su1lii«D'XrOiirr«r Fight. Cixi innati. August 26—Strangers are already arriving in anticipation ot Saiur day's 6f;ht.between Snllivaa ard McCaffrey Two thcusacd people are expected from Columbua alone, while Piuaburg ia expect *d tosend equally as larges number. Fall dt egativce will alto come from Sc Lotus Chicago, l.ociaville and other placet. Me Caffrey ia carefully training at Um "bowery > ei»r Cheater Park, and Sullivan will re«cb here at 3:30 p. m. to morrow. BEIWOOD. Mr. Charles Earp, of Wheeling wis ii town yesterday. Quit« a number of famiHes «ho hav< been tent ng on the camp groend have re toned. O-hers will remain till the leave begin to turn. Miss Annie IVegan wiH re nnt to schoo in Buffalo, S>tarday, accompanied by hei purent* Mr. Carrey's new building on Main stfee il compir-Ki 'Squire Pefley «pent yesterday ia Moeudi rile Misa IL E McCabe will return next wee ftoa aa extended «rip to Casai*. the Grei L*kes. Thousand Islands and other n*"*bi points unallj visited by tourist* Ï Tke reel plasters see« to , i fbosy view oftfce|KMBtatat <r®" plaaL . WHOLESALE MURDER. One Man Kills Eight Ferions and Makes Twenty Orphans. HORRIBLE TALE OF MURDER IN TEXAS. A Winchester Rifle and a Knife Does Unprecedented Work. THE MURDERER THOUGHT INSANE. A istix, Tex., August 26.—Tbe details of a terrible series of m orders committed at Johnson City, Blanco countj, an interior town, on Monday, are forniabed by a ci'.i ren of that place just arrived here. It ap. pears that the daughter of A. L. Lockie« an old resident, was recently discovered to be in a dedicate condition, and, it is alleged, that Lc kie's relative attributed to him the crime r f seducing her. The matter preyed upon Kit mind, and Moniay afternoon he left heme, intendtnp, tà he avowed, to go to John Green's to borrow a sum of money. Green and family were away. He then en tered the house and took Green's Winches ter and returned to the resfdence of hia brother. Berry liOckie. He tfc*n shot and killed Berry and hia (Berry's) wife. A neighbor named John Nicholson rode upjuatthen. He forced Nicholson to go with him t» Mr. Stokes. He then shot and killed Mr. Stokes. There Nicholson was loet light of. His horse was tied there when found and it is supposed he was also killed. From there Lockie went to his owu boute and shot and cut tbe throat of Mrs. Henry Lockie, of Liana coonty, wife of his stepeon, who was on a vioit to him. He alto ebot and killed there Mrt. Stokes, wife of the Mr. Stokes he had killed just pre vious to the kiking of Mr». Henry Lockie. Then be killed bis daughter. He then at tempted to kill his wife, but, hie cartridges being exhausted, he could not fire another ehot and she escaped. JUanu^ IBUCU IV vaivu »UM ..... M.u ...V, be attempted to cut bis own throat,mounted t if horse and started in the direction of Johnson City. After riding a lew yards he h et Thomas Brunswi^c, whom Iw attacked il d into whom he plunged a knife, intlict ir^' 'atol wounds. The murderer then rode '(•»ord Johnson City, but was arrested with in two miles of it. Be was still alive at last ccoun's With the exception, perhaps, of 'hrt murder and eremation of the Lynch 'Htrily rear H^mrwtead, a le» years n^o, this is fh» most horriole set of crunee ever cotr n.ittfd in this State By it about twen ty children are left orphans. 0KU.AIRI. Conncil has decided to begin the work ol 6tiitjg all persons who persist in keeping tilth about their premises. There is no use building a temporary hose house in the Fourth ward. Bitter use I he present one until the city is ready to put up a neat brick structure. The condition of the diamond has been such as not to admij of any games for se veral days. The b , 7. & C. road has a new superin tendent and a new time schedule. S. Wimmer and 'amily have gone to Maryland (ovist friends. I N. GraftoB attended the funeral of his brother in law, Mr. Henry, above V/elUville yesterday. The usual enjoymen' :n the form of a picnic is announced for Fink s orchard agbin Saturday afternoon and nigh:. George Robinson, Republican candidate for Treasurer, was in town yesterday. The President of the Union Nail Feeders of this city has called a meeting tor thisnf nocn at 2 o'clock. One or two of our window glass Koase? have begun to unload their stock The steel works made some repairs yes terday afternoon. 1 he school board meets this evenin?. Large posters are o'it announcing the visit ol Judge Foraker here on September Our dry goods merchants are purchasing their fall stock. Yesterday was a mo=t pleasant day and last night the man who could not sleep reeded repairing. The river cam"! up all day yesterday. Four prisoners were in the city lock Bp yesterday morning who were waiting their turn to be taken _ to the county jail at 8t. Clairsville. The Buckeye fishing club hav.? retu*ned home from a camp over the river. Maior Cooper is now a resident of th» Fourth ward and occupies a building he has jost completed. Baroesville fair was blessed w th good weather yesterday. The premises »bout the City H » 1 are be irg put in better shape. S. L. Mooney President of the B., Z. 4 C . was in town yesterday. The State Fair bejrîns next Monday and closes on September 4th. Travelers are coming and going in l*rg» riimbers, and our hotels are doing nicely 'I he Windsor blotter had «juite a large lis »rf terday. Marager Hartir,stein, of the Globe Bw Fall Club, is ecjojing himself in the North »fSt. The ?ewer on Thirt;-sixth street bas been com Dieted. A t»1* time card will take enect on to* IS.. Z. k C rt»iir.&d Sunday, after which I laics will arriva in and leave Bellaire a' tallowy: Mail »cd passenger arrive at !ft:10 s m, If-av»s at 230 p m. (»cal 'reitfbt leaves ht 0 1 j a. m , and Arrives at * i5 p m A C luparltofi. Ta the Ediitw <tf Ihf r.-ç uisr. There does Djt f«ea to be a fair nad>-r •'ardirg of »he cc*f of cnttinjr nails her« ai c1.ir pared Tilth >b<* Kast, and the greet daa > :r cote to oor manufacturing inter-«!* by .if refusal of »he nailers to help their ea i toers cowpe»e wi»h tfae cheaper e**t«rn trcdtct. It it a clear case of "killing th# coee that lays thegolden egjf," and if p»r »isted in, will compel the introduetiin ol •-*p»n«ve labor earirg machinery If th« i ai!era, deliker&t on« were presided ovei -i.d advised bv their wisest and aost thrift? numbers, this fact would be appre sated bat it aeems to be the aim of labor orga-ii zatiors to keep this claas in thehackgrrand Thirteen cents pass for cutting one kej of 10d calls in Harrisbarg, Pa., while oui Wheeling mannfactarera are aaked to pat twenty-one cents. This is only tto bate of be k al" bowei er There are about one ban irrd different kinds of naik and almost u xanv different prices paid for cutting theo Aa the n?ila decrease in size the coat foi -trtiirg increases, ontil the maxi mo a o $3 39$ for entring one keg of 2d fia isbirg nails is reached. I am sot ad vised a* to the difference ha» wean oar scab . %nd the eastern oa thia pariralar • is, ha , on :-d fire, a nail nsed largely by platteren h«- difference against as is $1 06 per keg I covperinr the two scales, however, aa «' , ' r; are d of over 30 oeata p* kf i easily discernable. That is if it cost »100. I 000 to cat 100 000 kega of saik hm, i would only cost $70,000 to cot the sea h tails in the east. How ran we coapet and krep ont of hanknptcj? Oascavia. ,t R-erassOfcastkeBsl1. a I Mr. Giltit>, O , August 2d.—Tie ope isg speech at the Ohio campaign on ti " f '«it cf Bepi blicaa part; «aa aude hei coa'kv Senator John Sfcertfe&c I I —81 *te open air a—Hags. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. The Norfolk Nary Yard will rtaia work next month. Mrs. Edith Collin« has gotten ap a peti tion to aecare the pardon of her husband who is sentenced to be hanged at Jefferson City, Aogost 28th. Mrs, Smith, who has jost died in Saginaw county. Mich , confessed that she had mor dend her husband and that she had per jured herself to cause a sentence of impris onment for Efe to F. P. Oargan and wife. Inspector Byrnes, of New York, has fer reted oat the burglaries committed by the thitves Frank El wood and Joe Wilaon, who were arretted in that city last Monday. The town of Norwalk, Conn.. has been without a water aupply since Sunday. A Chinaman was shot and killed at Port land, Oregon, last Monday. The Gordon oil veil of Washington, Pa., still flow« 100 barrels per day. The New Hampshire Legislature failed to pass the whipping post for wife beater* law. Two men named Mulkovsky and Pbom ming hare been arrested in Chicago on auapicion for the murder of Mrs. Agnes Eledzuck. The Canadian Government haa appointed three commissioners to settle all the claims against the government arising frotn the re cent Notthwaat war. . . _ ^ _ THE 8TATK FA IK. Au Iribkbi* and Attractive Kihtbtrton an Aunrcd Fart. The time for the opening of the Fifth An nual Fair of the Weat Virginia F.xposition and State Fair Association ia almost upon up, and aa a consequence our peopie are be* ginninp to evince >rreat interest in the event while the Board ot Directors, management and all concerned with the Fair in an otfi cial capacity are almost overwhelmed with the enormoua masa of work inseparable from so large an undertaking. If present itdicationa mean anything, thia Fair will far eclipse all former attempts, in a!«noat every particular. The buildings and gronnda have be>*n repaired and beautified by the association during the present summer, aod tl.w entire property is in better condition tlinn ever before. The attendance promises to be trernea dcus. Arrangements are making with ail ti e ronds leading into the city to tun excur sion traina on Thursday, September 10th, atd Friday, September 11th, trom Newark, Columbus, Zanesville, New Philadelphia. Pittîburg, and river pointa above thia >*itj. Little Wafhinpton, Clayaville, etc, Fair mont and Grafion and all towns along the B. A 0 , Psrkersburg, and intermediate peints, Woodafield, St. Clitirsville, Pt Plea« atit and points below Parkeraburg by bo it connecting at that place with the Ohio river read, and in fact all towna within a räum et' one hundred miles. Hates will be about one-half fair, with coupon ticket entitling tie holder to admission to the grouoda These excursions will probably bring 44,000 or 50.000 people to viait the Fair trom abroad A natural increase over laat vear may be expected from (he fact thai all of the railroads will give better accommoda tions for carrying the people. The raciDi; baa been placed in the hands of (> Ed Mendie and C. H Kose, and will be far ahead of previoua years Speed en tries ore to cloae September 1, at midnight, and a very large number of (irst-claaa horse« will compete for purse«, and patrons can rest assured that they will see something unusually flue in this line. Accommoda tions will be bo'ter, and the support of a superior character. The judge and starters will be the beet that money and experience can provide. Columbus comes just betöre us in the circuit, and Pittsburg, Cleveland bi d Voungstowu follow directly after in the order named, so that we will get all of the hcrses in turn. The premiums are liberal The aaeociation has a good reputation and the finest halfonile track in America, which is inducing owners of good horses to conteat for the prues. It is possible theru will 1» some special features toward the close of the lair. All article« and animals for competition, except horse* in the speed classe«, must bi et.tered on the Secretary s book« by Thurs day, September 4th, at 'J p m., at which time entries clo«e for live stock. The cat tie departmeut will be under the supervision ot Messrs. A. It. Jacob and L. P. Sinon The hone department wiH be under the supervision of Messrs John W. Nichols aod C S Terrel. The shiep department will be linder the supervision of M—in C. 8. Sis •on and. John Heed. The «wine department will be under the sup« rviaion of Messrs James Dixon and Jame« Orr. The poultry department will be under the supervision o' Mersrs T. E. Orr and N '/%ne. All thew department« will be fulij ai fine as last year and may over shadow it. Correspondence lookirg toward« this end is pouring in on the Secretly, and it seems as thougb every available inch of space will be occupied All of the superintendent« have managed I heir respective department« at previous fairs and have given entire satisfaction. All other entries close September 5, the Saturday before the opening day. During the peat foar w>-eks the Directors have put np over eight hundred feet of ne* shedding for stock,and the beat of cue wji b« taken of all entries in this department. Arrangements are now practically com plete, and it only reqairea the active co-op eration of our citizens to make this Expow tion a grand success. Jack o' I'lamoods. The play of Jack o' Diamond« at th" OfH>ra House last night prove! to be a piece of nnusnal, merit an > was rende-ed in a capital manner by a companv of more I hau ordinary ability. The plot hinge« on the love of John Diamond, the hero, and VVillard Oraham. the false fri> nd, for Mm Annie Deoniaon. the her i e. The first art is laid at St Augtuine, Fla. ; the second, New Orleans I-a. ; third aod fourth, New Mexico The second act developed some very fise emotional acting by Miss Sydney Arm strong ( Antie Den oison) and Mr rred*ic Hrjton Jarko' Ihamoods, in the separation act The third act was well rendered. all the chancers sharing the bono*« equally, 7 he fourth act was the «ceis of a« pretty a bit of character acting as wa« ever «Mm cn any stage In this act Dan>el Petbody, a gambler, nicknamed ' I>ea 'er Dan." Mr. T. J Herod or, and Cordelia D-nnison a prm old maid, Miac Clara Gv»ldst>y, iidalge in a lore scene jaet too funny aod cute for »nythteg; Dan renouncing his vioe fir (-ambling, and fishing a pack of ca ds ! ecd a faro box ont of hit c Ta»-tall p?e«rs t.nd throwing tSem away as at <keo of hu love for Cordelia. Attbeendot every act the characters were I - r.tbcsiasticallv recalled, aa hooor deeerved ; *y b>«iowed. WAR DECLAB Between Mr. PtroH ni Britto* Statesmen. PARNELL'S LAST SPEECH ATTACKED By the London Prws—Grtniny and Spain—-The Cholera Record. GENERAL FOREIGN DISPATCHES. * ' Los do:*, Aconit 26.—Mr. ParneH's Dab* lin rpMcb of resterday has thoroughly arouied the Conaervatire pre« of Koglaad. The Time« nji that bo prudent politician can undemte the importance of the taken bjthe Irish Nationalisa at their eos lerence in Dublin yesterday. "Mr. ParaaO'a programme," continues the Time*, "nay, however, meet with a fate aimilar to thai which b«fail O'Coanell'a at a time when the Iriahmen were aaoonfident aa thej are now. 1 Mfc faaafl.d—de ifr ragaal of the union; m the IM qoerion Ii bo longer a qaection of local wlFnoi ere meet TMa might be acceded to by England which will never listen to a plan tor the separation of mlaa<Ln Stroag Word» From the "dtaMMhkrd." The Standard says: "Mr. Parnell has declared war. It will bo a shame and a disaster if English statesmen ot both partiea (ail to ball?« him. • • * We do not pretend to ignore the danger to which the imperial unitj is exposed. • • • Mr. Parnell now holds a strong hand. The lata liberal majority in Parliament could afford to ignore him, bat it will be different in a Parliament evenly divided between tha two parties • * • Mr. Parnell baa, bow ever, rivals by the »cor«. He knows vary well how precarious his tenure of authority is. * * * It both the Whigs and Toriaa make it cl«ar from the outaet that Mr. Par ntll's demand for home rule will be met • ith linn opposition, his influence will be doomed." Ailv«n(»|* of n I.lb««n»l Mnjortty. The News takee advantage of the excit* ment over Mr. ParneH's bold declaration for Irish independence, to exhibit the advantage which a large Liberal majority would be to the country. The Uberala, arguas tha News, are more likely to oppoee tha Par nellite demand than toe Conservati vea. The I>Mta Holl of lb* Plfi. Ma Dan», August 26—Four thousand alaa hundred and sixty nine new casse of chol era, and 1.64? deaths from that diswaee, were reported in all of Spain yes »-rdajr. Ten DmUii »t ToiIm, Tonow, August 26.—Ool? tea psraoaa died here from cholera ji-sterday. Hpaln Kooolv»» Offirlal Tlrftof». Mitmit», August 26 —Counl 1 >« Uenomar, Spaniah Ambaiiaador to Borlin, telearapba tc day that Germany tut»« »he declared a protectorat" over toe Carolin* lalanda, bo liering they were unoccupied, and that bo* fore doin? *o, »he informed ftpaia that Gaf many waa willing to diacoaa the quaetioa ol po*aea»ion with Spain, or if naceaaarj aub rr.it it to arbitration. am rum ouït». ' an Bptloaie ot It ewe OoM*rala|llMMM and Boat ta The I tram er Klam« departed for Parkera* burg ye»terday and will lay op. The I .ou I« A. Sh«rler it doe up to-t 9* row morning at 6 a m for rittib Jumr-t Kirker ta maater, Krank Morgan Va f l'aria C. Brown, Jr , io charge of the o' that Caeper G. Cille« U »landing Itbb watch on the «feamer Courier. Tbe (tea m er W. N Chancellor Uarai fa Cbarleaton at I a m to sorrow moraiag. Col. JefT Martin and Ch«rlea Cockraa art clerk« on the ateatnrr Courier Capt. Fred tiemple »r . ateward on tka tteamtr Courier, U one of the moat >Wf1 modatiog »teward« oo the rirer. Capt. Jo« Hoffman w u in ih« city yca(a*> day. The mark« laat night iodietiad 11 feal f irrhea and naing. I be Diurnal will be to-da/a Parkeraborg packet at 11 a m. Tb« C. W Hack«-lor leavea for Pittabarg at 7 a m. today. Tb« Km ira Graham leave« lor Ci actual! at 6 a m thie morning. I'aaaed up—Joeepb A .<one. with aagtfM «•Op m.; ri M. Inwnaaod 7 a a.; Hark A'iumI', 2 p. rti. and Clifton, lig^t, 8 f. a. Capt Kub Ciit a left for P.tuborg yaatar day. Mark« at other placea Pittabarg. II hat ir.cLea and riaing. Cincioaad, 7 hat I ncbea and falling. Oil City. V feat aad ailing. Parken, 12 feot and (alHaf. ireetmboro. 11 feet and riaing. Rioaa I.anting, 4feat Hincbea and riaiag Braaaa «ill«, S feet € incbaa and atatiooarj. Tbe coal »hipmerta fron Pittabarg yaataf ay were 1 .'»do 000 buahcla, all of which • m (or Loouiille with tha eioopttoa of tte 0.000 buabela. A' Pittaburg—Pittabarg 7, IxraiaviBe i, K'ror*—Pit&burjr 4, IxwiarilUS. Baaaa— fut.burg 15, I/raianlle II. Btrach pel By M't^an 4, by Hecker 3. At Philadelphia—Philadelphias, Botfow 1 Krrora—Pbil^-.pbia i, Boetoa II Pare«—Philadelphia 6, Boatoa 2. Pltcha^ (>ai)y and Buffietoa. At Hew York—Now York f, Prertdaaaa 0 Krrori- New York 4, Proridaaee II. h**ea—Nmt York 9, Prortdeoce 1. Pité art. Waleh and Rbaw. At Philadelphia—Atble'ica 7, Brooklya 10. Krrora—Afhlofica 7. Brooklyn S Baaaa Athletic« 10, Bro->klja 17. ttaraak out—By Vinton S. by Harkioa 7. At New York— Metropo'haa 8, Baltiaara 2 Error«— Metropolitan I, Hi Ilia w & lie»*«—Metropolitan 19, Haiti aaaa C. h truck out—By Hwiral 3, by Lfach i At ( huMfy—Ch»ca#âe 3, DatfoiM S. Krrora—Cbicacta H, iMroita 9. Baaaa— < btca/oa 4. Cetrotta 6. Pitcher*, MoCa» mick atd B»H«in At Cincinnati—St Isni* 2. Ciadaeatie 1 in eiftb Krrora—St. Looia 3, Clad»» rati« &. Baaea—At l/Mjia 9. Ciwiaartia 6. Btrack oat by Peochiag I, by Poets f. At St. Looia— 8t Ix*ia 6. Buffalo t. Rrrora 8t lx>cia 4 Buffalo 5. B>aaa > ea< h pi'fbe—. Waetter a"4 Wiwl. ———— Ifym prefer Apollinaris See that the bottles which areflaced ïeforeyoa have the WELL-KNOWN ORANGE 4 LABELS, without which ike water is à» imitation. Unless you laie tan what water is mixed with your Iiqwrt youart snre nQf to get APOLLINARIS. 4*1