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I w when she is coming.
For the air around grow— sweeter. And i hear the bees a-hummlntr. Vt : iny heart goes out to meet her— <, >es Muttering like the wings i ■ . r<i that soars and sings tr H; s. V t:i roses swsMprr. !'o the wind- are s,d. complaining, t. . ■ w • -ping vloh is Mowing, \:id around my eyes it a raining! And .. mourning rose I take. An 1 I kiss It for her sake \V my poor he*» ms to break —Atlanta Constitution HE weather during past week was ^ far from i i- il t r such forms of en tertainment as are generally regarded c this period of the ■ ear. But the !e ments are fickle in ^ th- early fa::, and > for this reason the winter season does cot really begin until the first of October. Hosts and hostesses an quite willing to abide by the custom which i - Lew- them from the obligation of en t .-mining at this time, and in f- >reg:‘: .£ the pleasure which taeses emertain ui tits would afford, the gay get bu>:es itself with plans for the cold winter campaign imd the always more or less 1 uresting discussions which accompa ny them. Many opportunities are af forded far enjoyment, even wh n he I -- » jilry of com inon is th subj 1 ;ramount interest to all. If th re are lew affairs planned in advance, there are p' tees where on is not disappointed in the expectation of meeting friends, in thi> maun ;* many impromptu > .or driving or boating parties are arrtugel. All things considered, the week has not been dull in Wheeling, and t unusual activity b meath the surface of --ty :2d’vj> • :hat there is much who - .me pleasure in the prospective. • ENTERTAINMENTS. .« la iy nam.-l Trilby O’Ferral liv wuiiid have to walk htaue in u barrel. HE following uo Wushiugton Post, whom Wheeling society takes the utmost interest: One of the pret ^ ticst of the Sep t < m her auptiai events was the marriage yester dt sl John's of Miss Eula Ketner, »i iughi r of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Ketner, f ’ !>• 01 Atluat;, and Mr. Raymond Hayes. »on of Hon. and Mrs. J. J. Hayes, of ' >* »n. The wedding was in every respect exceedingly simp!", the floral decorations and garnitures being for the most part large golden wild flowers of h season. l*alms and foliage were i. istically arranged fu the chancel. 9u the altar th vases were tilled with large bunches of yellow asters, which c tve a exct dingly lovely background for tb< beautiful bridal scene. Before the arrival of the bridal party the guests were seated by the ushers. Mr. Robert Livingston S "adman. of Bos ton; .Mr. John II Ketner. Jr., brother of th" bride: Mr. Robert Keeling, of Baltimore, and Mr. Culthbert Harrl eon. of Petersburg. Their boutotmiers w* re *•: Marecbnl Xi«l roses arid or chids. To tbe strains of the Lohengrin choral :he bri ll procession entered the churct The ushers, followed by the two bridesmaid-. Mis- Ruth Haves, of Bos'on, as maid of honor, and Mrs. t hark Moore Hughes, of Wheeling, prvced 1 the bride. Miss Ruth Haves, who Is not yet in her teens, was lovely a? maid of honor In a simple white or gandie gown. The beautiful brid" en ter* 1 with her father. She wore a from th" shoulders to the waist was a Watt au plait effect. The bodice was »emply trimmed with folds of the bro cade ai d a deep berths of chiffon. The high collar of the brocade and satin was clasped with a pearl circlet pin aud u pendant of di rnonds and sapphires, on* of the gi*'T» of the bridegroom. Her flowing tulle veil was held to her hair with a spray of orange blossoms, h ? carried a bouquet of Bride roses clergyman. Rev Clarence Wyatt Uis pLutu. aud the bridegroom and his best man. Mr. J. J. Hayes, were In in wait ^ ing. The beautiful . "nice was made P'.are impressive by tho double riug rer* n:ouy. Mr a; 1 Mrs. Hayes re elved the on gratu! tions and best wishes ui their friend- at the Kitner residence on Sr r■ nth str* < t Among the out of-town quests was the family of the hr id. room. Hon. anil Mrs. J. J. 'ayes, Mr John J. Hayes. Mr. Bartlett Ha-1 ing H yes, Miss Ruth Hayes and Mr. Henry Reed Hayes. Mr. J J- Ha.ves. Jr., who was best man of the occasion, is a senior of Harvard, and one of the ci k football players, having made at the game with Yale last year the cele brated touchdown, which was the first ap as! Yale for four years. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes took the steamer list irght for Old Point, whence they will go to Atlanta to attend the Expo sition festivities, preparatory to going to Boston, their future home, where Mr Hayes has charge of several latge in surance coin panics. \Y- lay ev* 'ng Mr a a ' Mrs. Albert M ceb bra- 1 the 6: a aan.ver sa; y el ;• r ti o Hu? by entertaining a numb, r fr ends informally at their F nr nth srr- :. The hours -,v - sot • v pleas ntly, and the host grata!:.: or; and gc >d v. shea. * * * M Harry J. Fellows, of Erie. Pa . as \ M' S Flora Williams and Prof. H nr s i . ■ v• an enjoyable n.us in th' spaci-03 music rooms of Millie Wins:: Jc Ca.. Wednesday f ••'! . ' H ly ':*y" 1 •:: ? especial! tine. viell'i'' i: her usual cnod S'vle and was ! . to i pond, he- second song b ,ig h ir ly enioyei as the tirst. It s ne ' -> to sty that Prof. 3 b okey’s - lectio:.- wet artistically rendered. Taken a- a w . le is was one of the most enjoyal ..ffairs given in tae city for a * • • M s F'b Fcx was th charming hos j : i .. ller of fr ads it her homtS u th- Forth En 1 Wed ties lay evening. Music gar interspersed with re irt -hti . - ved to mike the hours too j^iickly. * * * Wt- H -‘ day . .ting a very pretty wvddin? eremony was pert »rm l la the Th . - ari M. '■ C arch •*; the Islan 1.. Far,". H. li 1 Mis- Dora N. Windi er. Ti F -v. Dr. Dick! v was the ofll oi. ir v i ter. The attendants were Follow : .h ceremony a r i-ption vast] hi at e . of : te hr: i ’s pa. tats, and th< .ppy pair . aeiv i the warm a.- nk. itial e\ icnees of • u-. steam in i : .. i. The groom is on of th' ' U> men the Star. & Thomas' Ir- or . ml the b-:d is a aha: : ? and ■ omplished young b ly. w a 'rot u d favorite iu society * * * A ‘T *v\ r s al.” which proved a temple* • - I -ot -- from a social as well as t finat ia’. poi.i* of vi-.iv. was given Thursday evening at the residence of th Ft % N. it. John-on. pa tor of the N th S* • ’ M. E. Church. The ent- r t *•: was o: u novel and ln*en ting c’aara r and proved very enjoyable. The impo-'r.g tburban home of Mr. and Mi . J; .m W. Paxton a: Uplands, ia PI . V ’ley. was ;h» seem of a very pr -y dancing party on Friday eve:. ■ .c ven ’ Mr. rad Mrs. Paxton far : Mr. Chirle- F. Paxton, who 1 - Monday fur Pottatown, T’a., wher. "a will resume hi.- course a: the celebrat 1 coll* c there. The party * n ir- :r : of r at .v in all, lit' the *cl . th W. a: were y .1 ta the palatial residence. Tl * hand.-ome -terior was aglow with , brigh* . ■ ts. ar . added to th. generous ar.d ar <*ic decorations of pilms, sniil ,i>: i" : !: u*> lunch' - of ros.-s, the effect! w - n* g. The floors were cover * 1 with 1 ei. w! * h mad*1 an ideal sur fa-- f r tripping the light fant istie. Th* ho- and hostess were assisted in i - eivin. x Mrs. Gibson Lamb. Mrs. B. ff. Pe i. Mrs. Mary D 1 tplaine and Mrs. Cha: s Prady. of Washington. Pa. Aft • th gut - - had been presented, the Uper Ho - Orchestra, which was sta te u. k In the ball, discoursed iag r in was thrown op n and a de lightful ’• iu wa- -frved iu courses. In the c> mer of the dining room stood a highly p - shed oak table, brilliantly il luaii it 1 with acdelabra bearing deli eati :-.*•> .-ii.ulhs. At the conclusion of the i m on dancing was resumed un *il in * . • hour t'.u n xt morning. A special motor brought the party back to the ity. The gu*-ts pr-- at were: M - s Hu' la P lnplaine, LHv Vance. M . e P rs l. Martha Cl rk>. Maine Grubb. 1 L< wls. Elsie Whitaker, Luir C :!o* 1\ Mart'.-, i C..'dwell. Mary it . F -:*::or Wright. Sue Caldwell. Ali * Me In.tin and Miss Somes, of Terre H vie lu.j.: Me-srs. Charles Lamb, 1 Whi’ ik- r. Hon .rd M* Don al 1. Ktlbourne List. Guy Seott. Hal Hughes. B h G Ichrlst. Charles Cooke, Perce .N • n. Will Brice. Arthur Hub hard. .1 * Spcidel. Laurume Wheat, Arch Moffat. Lutane McLain and Dr. John Store; • * • On Mcndav evening the ladies at Echo P m arranged for an informal dance for the very young people at the Point ad a 1 ted number of friends. The d. ace • vh place in the Union Barn, ami wa- be v eu.i *y* 1. Killmey r fur nished th* music and during the even ing list'd re.-hmentswere served. The merry pa; y d>; rsed at el- ven o’clock. The childr i at the Point who partici pate d we; M - Eliza Spvidel. Louis Lamb a- I E! abeth Grubb; Messrs, i Louis Gr bb. Jack Culbertson, Wilson Grubb. Morgan lit isk 11, Tingle Cul bertson. » * * Tb« C > Cob C ib. a South Side or ganize on, is making preparations for a reception ar.d dinner to be given at an , early day. • • • The so!i. : ting committee of the Car roll Club has been very successful dur ing the we- k. Several thosan-is of dol lars have been subs--rib- and th-; war’d of altering and remodeling the Pax ton , property will be pushed vigorously. ♦ ♦ * Mr Charles Kobrecht, c: Triadeiphia, and Miss Liv *- S ngtr. of Be*, h Bot [ tom. Lrth well known in this city, were quietly married Thursday. The happy t-juplr have the best wishes of a host o? friends. * * • The Parker dancing academy in the Rop . >’ block, was opened with a com ply;::. ntary dan."* Wednesday evening, which was trended by about one hun Ir i devotees of Terpsichore. Prof. Ci :•!■• s KJlimeyer evoked the melody from the piano tb which the young folks ..hi d 'h.- hours in “tripping the light fantastic.” • + * Wednesday evening, at their pleasant home, on the corner of Wabash and In ii.m.i r< *s, th* Misses Joyent enter t in d a party of friends in a hospitable manner. Dancing and kindred amuse :r. -s whiled the hours away quickly. * * * Miss.' Ri*na MeGrannahan and Laura Pi*on i nreretalne.1 a number of their friends I-'r lay evening in honor of their gut's*. Miss Carrie Reed, of Pittsburg. The ov ning was pleasantly spent in i! inciiq:. tnd at a seasonable hour tooth some refreshments were served. * * * Miss Sarah Barrett, a popular young miss f the East End, was hotess to a party f her young friends at her home, on Sixteenth street. Tne- by evening, in !i -nor of th * thirteenth anniversary of her birthday. Th-- evening was spent in lar.. inn and kindred pleasures. At : l:o inventional hour a sumptuous re post was discussed. * * * A v. rv pit isant event took place Wed n< s lay ev< ning at the home of Mr. John* D: *k n the North End. the occasion; l. :;:g the wedding of his daughter. Miss Of id Bring :. n. a well-known carpenter. Rev. Dr. Cunningham performed the ceremony, w -:h was attended by a large gathering of ti:- friends of the principals. After he ceremony a substantial supper was - rv. d. Mr. and Mrs. Bringman enter rimonial life with the best wishes of a hos* of friends. • * * Thursday evening tho Misses Cun rkt iarn w re at home to a party of . n-i. at :h*:r residence, on Fourteenth sti r. in hon-ir of visitors from Steuben Ter • horean pleasures gave way at midnight* to a substantial repast, which was most pleasantly discussed. A q1’.: : but proFv wedding took place W 1' lay evening at Pittsburg. Mr. *\Vi 1!i a St :ie and Miss Laura Axthelnl Ling united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Route, p. r of ri: German Lutheran Church. , ami v is witnessed only by relatives and Lien Is of th contracting parties. The • nda.ir- w re Mias Lottie Axthelm, sister of tin bride, and Miss May Laip • rt, Mr. Charles Zulauf and Mr. Alfred Ax il In;, brother of the bride. The bride was beautifully attired in white -■.Ik trimmed with lace, and wore dia mond ornaments and carried carnations. To i-e from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Go ‘‘zv, Mr. and Mrs. Bis choff. Miss Anna and Ida Scene. Miss Flora Voglor. Miss Emma Goetze. all of Wheeling; Miss Celia Pestinger. of Elm Grow-; Mr. George Artz. of California; Mr. ILnry Gunklach. of Cincinnati; Miss B. sie Clark, of Chicago; Miss Emilie Trease, of C'incinati; Miss Katie Kancafsky, of Brooklyn. N. Y. * • • 1 he festivities for the summer sea son will he brought to a close on Wed nesday evening next, when a dance "ill be given at the Park Casino. Preparations are being made to make this one of the events of the season, and so much Interest has been awaken ed in the proposed dance that it is sure to he a success. Tin Opera House orchestra will furnish the music for dancing The committee having the affair in charge are Messrs. Price Whit aker. Guy Scott and Latane McLain. * * * Miss Lena Winters entertained the White Caji Club at her home on Thir teenth street last Tuesday evening. Dancing to music by the Hast End M uidolin Club was kept up until an early hour next morning. The next m ‘ing of the Caps will be at the home of Miss Maud Graves, of North Main street. * * * A very qu:. • but pleasant birthday party wi> held at the Manchester resi dence nf Mr. Anton Reymann. He was 5S years old last Sunday and the event Vas duly celebrated by his children and relative:. The entire day was spent in social p'-t.mt.- and music. Mr. John Z e kler, of 1> > Moines. Iowa, was pres en:. • Th engag. men! of Mr. Will Driehorst to Miss Nellie Leonhurt has been an nounce!. Th< wedding will take place on SeptemL r 23th. * • • On Thur day evening at 1:30 o’clock Mr. Albert Wuethrieh, the South Side tailor, was united in marriage'to Miss Emma Ilraunis, of Cleveland. Ohio, in th- parlors of the Rev. lb rmann Ilaass, pa-: tr of s . Paul’s congregation. The attendants were Mr. Emil Bach, and t! w-t servants Wallie and Enem Bach. After the impressive ceremony the bridal pa: :y repaired to th home of the| groom, whe: > a wadding dinne- was versed. T! - Sweitzor society, of which Mr. \\ : is a member, wa? pres • ■ At t Q o’clock the Mozart Sing ng Sec: tv serenaded the happy couple. • * * C - !- h:iv beer, received in this city f " b » approa l.ing mtirrisg* of Mr. Ed. Kress, formerly of th!? city, fwp now b h Iron Cry Brewing Company, of Phis’. arg. Miss Lizzie Leisman, a charming young lady of that city. PERSONALS. They wear the corset; that is art And lets them graceful be. They wear the bloomer, rational Is that, as one can see. A: i if ’h. y dance, or swim, or coif. Or rale upon thebiRe. Swi-i womankind will find excuse To wear just what they like. —Detroit Tribune. Mr. Harry J. Fellows was in the city during the week und met many persons who are musically inclined. His pure, , sweet tenor voice was heard frequent ly. and won him many warm friends and admirers. Miss Ella Cope and brother Charles, of Ashland. 0., are guests at the home of John Walters on the South Side. Miss Maggie Craft, of Warren, Ohio, is the guest of relatives on the Island. Mrs. Fester and daughter, of Scott. Kans., left Thursday evening for home after a visit to Mrs. Fester’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Crawford, of the Island. Messrs. Charles McChesney. Albert Happy and Walter Vardy left Saturday for Niagara Falls. On their return trip they will stop at Cleveland for a few days. Mrs. Harrison Dunlevv left Friday for Niles, 0.. to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Riddle left Fri day for Canal Dover. 0., where they will reside in the future. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Callin. Miss Nan nie K. Hilev, Mrs. William Ellingham, Mrs. J. E. Robinson. Joseph Hasenauer and John W. Crooks returned last week from a two weeks’ stay at Mackinac Is land and other points in Northern Michigan. W. D. Johnson and son Ar thur. W. H. Higgins. Fred Uuruh. Zan MeCollough, Miss Blanche Hoge. Miss Lottie Johnston, Thomas Stone, Charles Watkins, Miss Burkett, Mrs. Ed. Clator. daughter and son. John Mc Gowan aud others returned last week, all more than well pleased with the beautiful trip. Nearly all of them went fishing at the Los Cheneaux Islands aud all had great luck, the catches of some being very large, ofets. tq,.osc Hnlft iyhao ff athesththh Mr. Chas. W. List left yesterday for Clarksburg to visit relatives. Mrs. G. Ed. Mendel is home from El myra, N. Y., where she has been visit ing relatives. Ylsses Mayme McMasters and Ger trude Fisher leave to-morrow for New York, where they will attend a school ►at Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson. Mrs. Elizabeth Ephlin has returned from Louisville. Mrs. M.Anna Hall and party have re turned from Louisville and Cincinnati, well pleased with their trip. Mrs. M Anna Hall and party have re turned from visiting her niece in Cov ington, Ky. Mrs. Alice MeChe3ney has returned front Louisville, Kv. Miss Ruth Hall is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hall, in Cincinnati. Mrs. Lottie Jacobs has returned from Louisville and Covington. Ky. NEAR-BY TOWNS. Oh, don't vou remember sweet Alice. Ben Bolt? Sweet Alice with hair so brown? She lias used a new Mtach uud now she wears The yellowest hair in town. VERY pretty Septem ber wedding was sol emnized; Wednesday lifternoon. September jsth. at tne residence jf Mrs. Sarah A. Welch. Warrenton. 0., »ti being the marriage a of her daughter, Ella f B., to Mr. William R. Prickman. of Navarre. 0. At 1 o’clock the sounds of the wedding march swept through the nause, ana -atj bridal party descending the stairway, entered the parlor, preceded by a damtj little flower girl. Miss Ethel Stark, of Toledo, 0.. who carried a beautiful bas ket of flowers, in which the ring was coyly hidden in the heart of a lovely rose. A wedding bell of lilies was sus pended from the ceiling by long bands of white satin ribbon, forming a canopy, under which the bridal paity stood while the cermony was performed by the Rev. J. H. Holingshead. oi V. arren ton M. E. Church. The wedding was witnesed bv about thirty friends and rel atives of the bride. Special mention is made of the little flower girl who acted Jior part so nicely, giving up the ring a| the propjer time with a shy and tender grace, and such a lovely, smiling face, framed in curls of golden brown. The bride's dress was white silk, made en train, with pearl trimming. After the conclusion of the ceremony a wed ding dinner was served. The decorations of the parlor and dining room were ex tremely pretty.consisting of ferns, gold en rod and chrysanthemums, snowy lin en. roses, ferns and tasteful table adorn ments. illumined by bright sunshine, and the bright smiles of merry guests made the dining room a picture to be re numbered. Among tbe guests were .ur. and Mrs. Plater. Wheeling; Mr. and Mrs. George Clow, Warrenton; Mrs. Stark and daughter Ethel. Toledo; Mrs. Sut ton. Masstlon: Mr. and Mrs. John Pyle, Yorkville; Mrs. Ewing. Warrenton; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce. Pittsburg; Mrs. I illic* Chamberlain. Dillonvale; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hollingshead, Tiltonvile; Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis. Warrenton; Misses Lizzie Yost. Lula Neely. Ida Pas tors, Kittv Haythome. Clara Gillespie, Portland;'Miss Elsa Rachte. Chicago; Mis? IjHtira Welch. West Middletown. Pa.; Messrs. Will Clow and A. H. Davy, Warren. Many elegant presents in chi na. cut glass and silverware were re ceived. Mr. Prickraan and his bride left on the evening train for a pleasant wed ding trip to Toledo. Detroit and Macinac. The most of their time will be spent on the lakes. Before retrning home they will visit Mr. Prickman’s relatives in Michigan. The pretty bride will be sad ly missed from our midst, as her charm ing. unaffected manner and gentle dispo sition have won for her many warm and true friend?. Mr. Priektuan holds a re sponsible position with the W. L. E. K. R. Co. at Navarre. 0.. and possesses many good qualities. We wish for the young couple a very bright and success ful future. Mr. and Mrs. Prickman will be at home to their friends after October 2oth at Navarre. 0. * * * Mr. Thomas Dunnington, a popular jeweler of Littleton, and Miss May Bea ver, of Upper Benwood. were the happy parties to a quiet nuptial ceremony which was performed at Littleton Thursday. The newly wedded pair have the best wishes of a host of friends. * * * Tuesday evening- Mrs. Bbn Williams, of Martin’s Ferry, was tendered a very pleasant surprise by her Sabbath School class, who stepped in to spend the evening. The affair was in honor of her birthday and she was the recipi ent of several very nice presents. * * * Miss Maud Garber, of Martin’s Ferry, was hostess to quite a number of her friends Wednesday evening. The af fair was complimentary to her guest, Miss Stella Chambers, of Cambridge, 0.. About a doten couples spent the eteniug in a *W*t. enjoyable manner. • * * Montfay evening Miss Lydia Porter, of Martin’s Ferry, entertained a num ber of her friends in a most enjoyable manner. The Orieutal Mandolin and Guitar Club was present and furnished excellent music, to which the merry guests "tripped the light fantastic” un til a late hour, when they repaired to Huskiu's ice cream parlors, where a light luncheon was served. * * * The Missses Oura and Grace Porter, cf West Bridgeport, entertained a num ber of their young friends, Friday, com plimentary to their guests, Miss Carrie Hill, of Harrisville, and Mr. Ernest Kear. of Van West, 0. About a dozen couples were present, who spent the evening in the most enjoyable manner, dancing and music being the main feat ures. About midnight an elegamt re past was served, after which the many oocial amusements were resumed. n Misi Will be More Interest in the Sport in ’ Wheeling Than Ever Before—Results of Yes terday’s Games in the National League—Leaders All Wiu—News of the Race Tracks, the Prize Ring, and Other Sport. The foot ball season, which opens about the first of October, promises to be more interesting than ever before, as the sport has been growing in popu larity every year. It has been but a few years since the first foot ball game was played in this city, and there will be half a dozen good clubs in Wheeling and vicinity this fall. The Wheeling Tigers, which is to be organized from the best players in Aetnaville, Martin's Ferry and Wheeling, will be the city s representative eleven. When the good work of the Aetnaville and Martin's Ferry teams in past seasons Is consid ered, it will be seen that a Jery strong team will be organized by selecting only the best material. Mr. E. J. Barrows, who will manage the club, expects to make dates with the P. A. C., Holy Ghost College, Wasb-Jeff, Carlisle In dian School, end other teams. The Linsly team will be reorganized, and several public schools will be rep resented on the gridiron. Some of the boys are talking about a school league, to contest for the championship. Spalding’s foot ball guide is out, giv ing the new rules for 1S95. Yale and Princeton, fornyng the Inter-Collegiate Association, have amended the rules, while Harvard. Princeton and Cornell will play under other rules. The offi cial rules, however, will likely govern all other contests. BOWLING NOTES. Another bowling league is in the field. The clubs which hatfe been rolling on the Wheeling Park and Seiberts’ alleys, will organize a tournament which will b^cin the firs1 week in November. It is expected that six or eight clubs will join. Two big scores have beeu made on the alleys a* Seiberts. Charles Seibert led with 243. and Aug. Magers made 242 in a game yesterday afternoon. Messrs. Seibert and Magers challenge any two bowlers in the Ohio Valley for a series of games on the 1 and 2 alleys at Seiberts' place. WASHINGTON ROAD RACE. The Washington Reporter has ar ranged a handicap road race which will be run in that city October 3d. The route is to Taylorstown, Claysville, Prosperity and return to Washington. The prizes aggregate in value $200, and have tempted a number of local riders to fill in entry blanks. The entire dis tance covered will be thirty-five miles. A CHALLENGE. The Wheeling Tigers. Jr., would like to hear from any amateur foot ball team of this vicinity. Would like to arrange a game with the Linsly or Bethany team. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing of Clul>j. \v. i,. pet.| w. i,. t’rt. lialtlnioresi 4‘J .059 Pittsb'c..'><> Oti .5J4 ClfM'l'il ...S3 45 ,04s Sew Y'K.. 04 00 ,51'i Pldlu’n'a. 77 4* .OlGit iiu tn'n.. 01 Go .504 t'liiruKo ...G9 50 .552 Waab’tou39 Mg .323 Boston....0* 50 .54* St.Louis. 37 *0 .Owl Brookl'n. 07 53 ,5otl|Louisville33 92 .204 Cleveland, O., September 21.—The Clevelands made li three straight with Pittsburg to-day, closing the season at home before a crowd ot ten thousand. Moran was hit very hard, while Cuppy held the visitors down to eight hits, few of which counted. The game was called at the end of the seventh on ac count of darkness. Score: CLEVELAND. A. R. H. 0. A. E. Burkett, If.2 3 1 1 0 0 McKean, ss. 5 3 3 2 4 0 Childs, 2b. 4 2 3 2 3 0 McAleer, cf. 4 0 2 1 0 0 0. Tebeau, lb.4 2 1 8 0 1 McGarr, 3b. 3 2 2 2 1 0 G. Tebeau, rf.3 2 2 0 0 0 Zimmer, c.3 1 1 5 0 0 Cuppy, p. 3 2 0 0 2 0 Totals . 31 17 15 21 10 1 PITTSBURG. A. R. H. O. A. E. Donovan, rf. 4 2 2 0 0 1 Merritt, c.2 0 1 2 u 0 Berkley, lb.3 1 1 4 0 1 Stenzel. cf.3 0 2 1 0 0 Smith. If. 3 0 1 2 0 1 Cross, ss. 3 0 0 3 2 0 Bierbauer, 2b. 3 0 1 4 2 -0 Corcoran, 3b.3 0 0 2 2 1 Moran, p. 3 0 0 0 2 0 Totals . 27 3- 8 18 8 4 Cleveland .0 4 0 3 0 10 *—17 Pittsburg .1 0 2 0 U 0 0— 3 Earned runs, Cleveland 7, Pittsburg 2; first on errors. Cleveland 2. Pitts burg ;1 left on bases. Cleveland 0, Pitts burg 4; first base on balls, off Moran 9; struck out, by Moran 1; home run, Mc Kean; two base hits. Zimmer, Berk ley: sacrifice hits, G. Tebeau. Merritt; stolen bases, Childs (2>. McAleer. Mc Garr;'double plays, Childs, McKean and O. Tebeau. McKean and O, Te beau; wild pitches. Moran; umpires, McDonald and Jeyne; time, 2:00. ANOTHER STRAIGHT SERIES. Philadelphia, Pa., September 21.— Philadelphia made it three straights from Washington to-day. Both clubs batted freely, but the hits of the local club were more productive. In the sixth inning Philadelphia scored seven runs on Clements home run .over the right field fence. Thompson’s three bag ger, singles by Turner. Delehanty and Boyle, and bases on balls to Cross and Sullivan. Washington hit. Carst-v hard in the last inning, tallying five runs. Joyce, of the visiting club, was put out of" the game in the sixth for abusive language to the umpire. Attendance, 5.798. Score: PHILADELPHIA. A. R. H.U1& Turner, cf. 4 3 2 8 • A Delehanty, If. 5 2 3 5 1 0 1 Cross, 3b. 4 2 1 4 2 0 Thompson, rf.5 1 3 3 0 0 Sullivan, ss.4 10 2 11 Clements, c.4 1 2 3 1 0 Madison, 2b. 2 2 0 3 2 1 Boyle, lb. 5 2 2 4 0 1 Carsey, p.3 1 1 0 1 1 Totals . 36 15 14 27 8 4 WASHINGTON. A. R. H. O. A. E. Brown, cf. 5 0 1 4 0 0 Jovce, 3b. 3 0 0 0 0 1 Gilroy, ,3b.3 1 1 0 0 0 Abbey, rf.6 1 3 1 1 1 McGuire, c. 6 1 3 0 2 1 Selbach, If. 3 2 3 3 0 0 Cartwright ,1b.4 1 2 11 0 0 Crooks, 2b. 3 2 2 3 7 0 Demont, ss. 5 1 0 5 2 0 Anderson, p.1 1 1 0 4 1 Totals . *4 10 16 27 16 4 Philadelphia ....2 0003700 3—15 Washington ....1 00 2 1 00 1 5—10 Earned runs. Philadelphia 7, Wash ington 6; two base hits, Thompson, Del ehauty. Abbey. Selbach (2). Cartwright; home run, Clements; sacrifice hits, Madison, Turner, Carsey; stolen bases, Turner, Demont (2); left on bases, Philadelphia 6. Washington 2; struck aut. by Carsey 2; double play. Demont, Crooks and Cartwright; first on errors. Philadelphia 1, Washington 3; first on balls off Carsey 4. oft Anderson 7: hit by pitched ball, Delehanty, Anderson; time, 2:20. , THE COLTS WON. St. Louis. Mo., September 21.—An son’s Colts won a closely contested game to-day, making the eecoud and last series with the Browns. Both McDougall and Griffith held their com petitors down to about an equal num ber of hits, a majority of which the vis itors were enabled to score on errors by the home team. Attendance 2,000. Score: ST. LOUIS. A. R. H. P. A. E. Dowd, cf.5 0 0 1 u 0 Cooley, 3b.0 0 3 0 Quinn. 2b.3 9 1 3 4 1 Connor, lb.5 0 0 11 1 0 Miller, c.3 4 2 •' " 4 Sheehan, rf. 3 0 2 1 0 0 Kissinger, ss.4 1 2 1 a 0 Breltenstein, If .... 4 0 1 2 0 0 McDougall, p.3 0 4 2 4 4 Totals.33 2 12 24 la 3 CHICAGO. A. R. H. P. A. E. Everett, 3b.4 2 3 4 44 () Decker, If. 4 4 4 44 44 " Lange, cf.3 4 2 3 4 44 Anson, lb.4 4 - 3 44 44 Dahlen. ss.4 44 4 \ 2 2 Ryan, rf. 4 0 0 - 0 1 Truby, 2b .4 0 1 - 1 * Kittredge, c.4 0 0 4 0 0 Griffith, p.3 4 1 _ Totals...34 G 11 2i 8 3 St. Louis.0 1100000 0—2 Chicago.2 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 *—b Earned runs, St. Louis 2, Chicago o; two wi6e hits. Anson; three base hits, Kissinger; stolen bases, Anson, Ever ett, Lange. Cooley. Miller; double plays. Dahlen, Truby and Anson; Dahlen un assisted; Cooley, Quinn and Connor; first base on balls, off Griffith 2, off Mc Dougall 1; hit by pitched ball, by Grif fith' struck out. by Griffith 3; by Mc Dougall 3; left on bases. St. Louis 10, Chicago 5: time, 1:50; umpire, Emslie. DONE BY HARD HITTING. Cincinnati. O., September 21.—The Red.i had a slugging match to-day with Louisville and beat the visitors at the bat knocking out both Inks and Wey hine. Bailee was also hit hard. Score: CINCINNATI. A. R. H. O. A. E. Burke, If. 4 3 4 2 41 " Hov, .. b 4 4 1 1 b McPhee, 2b.6 2 3 3 3 1 Parrott, lb.0 3 4 3 4 44 Millef, rf.b 1 4 3 0 0 Smith, ss. 4 0 0 1 4 1 Waltham, 3b. 5 1 1 0 1 0 Vaughn, c. 4 3 2 4 41 41 Bailey, .. 4 2 2 ^ ~ Totals . 43 4!4 24 24 12 J LOUISVILLE. A. R. H. O. A. E. O'Brien, 2b. 4 2 4 3 44 4 Holmes, rf.4 4 2 1 0 ? Clark. If. 4 0 0 3 0 0 Hassamer, lb.4 Wright, cf.1110 0 0 Barnett, cf.3 9 4 4 u 44 Minahan, 3b. 4 1 2 4 4 " Warner, c.3 1 0 o o 0 Morrison, ss.3 0 1 Weyhing, p.3 4 4 4 44 44 Inks, p.1 44 44 44 44 0 Totals . 34 8 13 24 G 1 Cincinnati .1 0 1 0 2 2 8 5 19 Louisville .ft 1 3 0 1 2 0 1 8 Earned runs, Cincinnati 12. Louis ville 5; two base hits. Parrott. Vaughn (2). Bailev. Burke, Wright; three base hits. Hoy (2). Miller. McPhee. Morrison; stolen bases. Holmes, Bailey, McPhee; first base on balls. Wevhing 2; hit bv pitcher, Warner; struck out, by Wey* king 1. by Bailey 2; time. 2:15; umpire, O’Day. Game called on account of darkness. WON THE LAST GAME. Boston, Mass,. September 21.—Boston won the last league game of the season here and the third straight game from New York to-day. The visitors, al though able to bat Sullivan hard In the first and last parts of the game, were weak on their fielding. Clarke was hatted out of the box in the third. New York tied the score in the eighth, but Tucker’s base on balls and a home run by Harrington saved the game for the home team. Score; BOSTON. A. R. H. 0. A. E. J. Cannon, rf.4 4 3 4 0 0 Long, ss.4 2 3 1 4 0 Duffy, cf.4 1 3 2 0 0 Tenny. If. 5 0 0 1 0 0 Nash. 3b.5 1 1 2 1 1 Tucker, lb.2 1 0 10 1 1 Harringtou, 2b.4 3 1 1 1 0 Ganz*d, c.4 1 0 5 0 0 Sullivan, p.5 0 1 1 3 0 j Totals.37 13 12 27 10 2 NEW YORK. A. R. H. 0. A. E. Fuller, ss.C 0 1 1 2 2 T. Cannon, rf.6 1 1 0 0 1 Van Haltren. of.G 3 2 l 1 11 G. Davis. 2b. 4 2 2 4 3 0 H. Davis, lb. 4 1 3 5 0 1 German, lb. & p.5 1 1 0 1 0 Stafford, If. 5 1 2 5 0 0 Doyle, c.3 1 2 tf 0 0 Clarke, p.1 0 0 0 0 0 Wilson, 3b. 4 2 2 2 2 1 Totals.44 12 16 24 8 0 Boston.3121 0 222 *—13 New York. 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 1—12 Earned runs, Boston 2. New York *»: fwo base hits. J. Baunon 2, Doyle; three base bits, H. Davis; Home runs. Har rington, German; stolen bases. Stafford; double plays, Wilson and G. Davis, Tucker, unassisted; first on balls. Can non 2, Duffv, Tucker 2, Ganzel. G. Da via, H. Davis, Doyle 2; hit by pitcher, Long and Harrington; struck out, Nash, Tucker, Fuller. T. Cannon, Clarke; passed ball. Ganzel: wild pitches. Sulli van. German 3: umpire, Hurst, time, 2:25; attendance, 3,0o0. BROOKLYN SHIT OFT. Brooklyn. N. Y.. September 21.—Daub pitched gilt-edged ball for Brooklyn against Baltimore tills afternoon, but die team behind him could not hit the ball. Hotter was hit much h the score shows, but catches by the Oriole's out;', vented runs as well as hii :“"* ance, 5.000. Score: BROOKLYN. a R u Griffin, of.3 0 " A t Shindle, 3b.4 (J ,, Corcoran, ss.* 4 0 } ; * 1 I^aChance, lb.4 ,) .. ”, ' 1 Anderson, If.4 ,, " 0 ( Daly, 2b.3 ,, , ;; > Shoch, rf.| 4 ,, * 3 1 Dailey, c.3 0 u 5 J « Daub, p.3 o , Totals .30 () - ~~ - BALTIMORE. A It 1 r V, Gleason, 2b.5 1 „ Keeler, rf.* 4 j j ' • : Jennings, ss. ”4 7 Kelley, If... 4 \ ' • Brodie, of.. ,, , , Reitz, 3b. 4 4 Car®y. ib.;;;; 3 0 ] Clarke, c. 4 ,t Hotter, p.4 0 -; *1 Totals . 35 4 s n Brooklyn .0 0 0 0 0 • ■ ,V Baltimore .0 0 0 0 0 - 1 ; Earned runs. Baltimore 2 "t rst w on errors. Brooklyn 1. Baltin,..-. • on bases. Brooklyn 7, Baltiinor. •" ,r' bas<‘ oHin bails, ott Hotter 1; h„m,. Kef lor; two base hits. LaChaat? Clarke; sacrifice hit, Cam ; stol, n h* ' Keelcy; double plays. Clark, uu-i ey; hit In pitcher, Brodie; Keefe, time. 1 5s. TWO FIRES YESTERDAY. A SerlouH Ula/. ,»t the R».*m«.uce of t; y Router. About eleven o'clock yesterday nior. ing an alarm from box N m section of the d< alley and Cim;d :. was raging furiously in . , room in the residence Buuter. Gasoline had t in cleaning the furnitu; and the air of the apart;, • v;vji oughly impregnated wi While this condition exi, stepped on a match on the an instant the room was . a . ’ When the Chemical company . the entire interior of the room . ing the furniture, was blazil firemen got to work, and after ; tussle extinguished the fire, wl.r 3 confined to the room in which it ated. The furniture, as a m,re course. was ruined, and the loss in the neighborhood of $25 About half-past two yesterday af*er noon a still alarm called tic Ch-r.ii! to the stone bridge, wher ber and rubbish dumped -m . .. between the Main street Ir B. £ 0. trestle ha 1 sparks from a railroad • mri: \> loss resulted. tht-^§.- b- ::.. • ed in a few minuses. TO HAVE A ! UK. Important Ait ion Takcu I > tin Mouudi vlllt) Driving I’ark \ — . uion The stockholders of M< in Driving Park and Fair A ... I a general meeting y< purpose of making arrant : :. next season. It was decid. ! ui i fair in addition to The ru* Ings for that purpose will i at once. The report of tl. for the past meeting was r* very satisfactory to ail th It showed the finances to he factory condition. Tin- stoc. duced to $10.00, par value per and a committee consisting of L . Purdy, J. D. Iiurley, Geo. A. Ko> :\\\ 1). Dunn and R. J. McFadden, w. pointed to solicit subscription capital stock of the company, u: view of increasing it commenced putting the'grou i: ter shape immediately. .J !: it > resigned his position as .•.! the election of his succes or •>, • . red until a future meetir \ r meeting of stockholders v. ! . .a m four weeks. -o Attend the opening of I ! . II..: 3 to-morrow evening. Tho Rlvvr The steamer St. Lawr*i"h was formerly a Cinclnnu’i i W 1 lng packet, was sunk last Tliirsd Cincinnati. She was valued ?! and fully lnsur ! The St was built in Wheeling in 1S79. . that time was one of the swifr wheelers on Inland waters. Al ici • • ing the Cincinnati and Wheeling ' she entered the Cincinnati and ville trail . The river has never i)>"'ti so iow absolutely prevent navigation. Favorite and Jennie George have running in th>-ir trades duriu : low water season. During the low water all • packets and the big Pittsburc clnnatl boats have l>een overt • * • repaired, and they will all cut trade looking bright and .■ This is especially true of flieln and Pittsburg par].. ; The ran,' ill at rise in the river here. btr i* will suffleient for a re. imption o' nav: tion unless tb»'p' • mop: rain marks las' night showed .! fe«-* channel. P was rising at midu. MORE HOT WEATHEi The weather bureau is ati" ■ fun with suffering humanity day’s bulletin promised cool< for to-day. Just as it was pp • vesterday. Friday and Thu - cam© the night report, wh! would continue to be hot to possibly cooler on Monday. J getting to be tiresome. ANOTHER OIL COMPAN The Short Creek iO.) Oil Company, the stockholder i side up about Portland been organized, and will 1 / put down a well within ' days, on a location about and a half up the creek fr< KoImtI Irklo M hi OJH II il < oir . nt.ir#-. Mninliijr. at No. ’£ 0.1 I *1 |test g.MMl* at lou.'nt prn . «■ (Jnlrk Time. Notice and proof of the . ter member of The Or '- r who held a policy in the Benefit Association, at L’i the promptest and quick' any insurance company ' ence. The proof of death of 1 Bradford, was received a: lice, August 1, at 7:30 a. n a. m. the check covering i on its way to the benefi action speaks louder t Evans City Globe. Pa. -- The celebrated Rose H by leading dealers every ■. no more than inferior me.. -- .. , . ,,,, The Issuer's One I ri« * pari went l* » g<» *'»»•»» bit, °