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She—You have dls solved partnership because you disagreed. j.jg_yes. I kept t he books, and he kept the money. A fool there was tttd he rode a wheel , (Even as you anti I), And he set the pace In a furious race Over the rim of the earth a old ta.ce And into the distant say. Oh, the year* we waste and the beers we j taste . a Who ride the festive bike. _nT,_v When we ought to be saving o.tr m r.e. For soon comes wInfer, and frost, and And things thay^b do not A tool there and he wheeled away (Even as you Ind I>. And he thoughtlhe was having a load o. fun 1 Making a doubl\century run Vnder a soorchinf summer sun. Tho1 in fact hefcras ready to die. Oh. the toil we lie and ihe oil we ooze When we ride hundred macs. Alas! they serve^Beuj^hly K»od. If we had sor'^Bonse. us we surely 1 should. We'd be spendir^^r strength on a cord of wood. aHH . -- . «&■ to riles. - ‘ - m with. t; HBon. and offer ins -hard times” »• K for excursion parti-'s. and W h ■' ■K* With limited cat- v'N"< y /V?Mked to spend th-:r l city as usual, i mat;-*: . HL,.,r>, .4>' r*- • ■ ■ H K handsome sum in the treasury of the organization. Excellent refreshments were served throughout the evening. A portion of the proceeds will be used to defray the expenses of the delegates from the society to the State Conven tion to be held in Ravenswcod next week. * • * The Glenn’s Run Sunday school gave a very successful lawn fete Thursday evening. A large sized crowd was pres ent, including many persons from this city who went up on the Pan Handle. •Phe grounds were brilliantly illuminat ed. and a bevy of pretty gir’.sserved light refreshments. The proceeds were for the Sunday school fund. * * * A number of young society persons from the Island g"ve a very enjoyable hop Thursday evening in a vacant store room on South \ork street. • * • The members of the Doubtful Club, of the Island, accompanied by their ladv friends, gave a trolley party to Martin s Ferry Thursday evening, returning af ter partaking of excellent refreshments at that place. * * * A very enjoyable bam dance wa.-> given Thursday evening at MeCol lough’s place on the Bethany pike, near West Liberty. The guests came from the country round about, and a merry party went out from this city in a large picnic wagon, returning at an early hour in the morning. * * * Mr. Irvin McCready hospitably enter tained a congenial party of his young THERE AR E OTHERS. Tlllie-Does Fred keep his wheel at the club? Willie—No. In his head.__i many of Jhern with a religious flavor. umber of soirees have been iliment to the charming in the city. It will j pioctssion will be and society peo ,nie. There are ' the early fall, numerous anil period in the gay fall sea i >TTS. "What wish **nis:n. nd still en itne.’* ver true, ished would —Judge, j Society of | Ive a de- I ng. which ' for a large : also put a j friends Thursday evening at his home on South Chapiine street, in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of his 1 birth. A platform was constructed on the lawn, illuminated with Japanese lanterns, and the guests spent a .1 1 ful season in dancing to excellent mel- j ody furnished by a mandolin and guitar j club. At a seasonable hour an appe- , tizing luncheon was served. * * * The Sunday schools of the Chapiine ■ and Zane street M. E. churches gave a union outing Friday at Cresap’s grove, below Moundsville. The trip to and from the pleasure grounds was made on Capt. Prince’s commodious excursion barge. Many adults accompanied the children, and the well stocked baskets gave the affair the appearance of a bas- | ket picnic. The excursionists num- ! bered about 350. and all enjoyed them- ' selves to the fullest measure in the 1 'wholesome amusements provided by | the committee in charge. • • * A congenial party of young folks j were delightfully entertained Thurs-1 day evening by Miss Jessie Moore at Itf r r home on South Eoff street. A novel feature of the affair was the fact that all of the guests came on their wheels. Dancing was enjoyed throughout the evening, and toothsome refreshments were served during an intermission at eleven o'clock. * * * %\s showing the all around good time to be gotten out of camping life, which many claim to be far and away ahead of the summer resorts for whole some enjoyment, a letter was received by a member of the Calumet Club who could not accompany the party. The Calumet camp is located twenty miles from Cumberland, Md., and the partj is composed of John Welly, J°h°> G. Hoffman, Louie Zeigler. Gus Wettzel, the obstacle between our divided party. When we finally arrived at camp “Bet ter-Eat-Quick.” Pete Davis had every thing arranged for us, and we had an other bite, but it didn’t cost 75c. We have caught many fish, the best 3 lb.. 11 inches long, by John Welty. Louie Ziegler Is hunter, and brings plenty of game to camp. Hoffy will engineer us around this section. We already rode fifteen miles to a dance, and brought the musician back with us. He saws out three notes on a-violin made of a cheese box. There are three families from Pittsburg camped six miles from us Capt. Hoffman has put a sign on the supply tent: ‘Nobody allowed in except members.’. We are having a iollv big time, and it beats Atlantic City to smithereens.” • * * * * « Miss Ella Geraghty wa9 hostess to a number of hir friends at her home in Benwood Thursday evening. Many of the guests came from a distance, and assisted Miss Ella in making the fif teenth anniversary of her birth a mem orable occasion. * • • Mr. and Mrs. Bane entertained the Christian Endeavor Society of Mounds viile at their home Thursday evening. ♦ » • An event of the near future to which society looks forward with the most pleasurable anticipation, will be the annual concert and 6ummernachtsfest of the Opera House Orchestra. It will be given at Wheeling Park on the evening of Monday, 23rd inat. The dance music will be furnished b> an augmented orchestra, and there w.ll be several new selections to be heard for the first time that evening. Special motors will be provided by the W. & E. G. railway. The Misses Lilly, of Bellaire, gave a delightful party last night at their home, at which cards and dancing were the principal features. About midnight a delicate repast was served and partaken of by about twenty cou ples. The Bellaire Mandolin and Gui tar Club furnished the music. * * * Miss Pearl Criswell entertained her friends Thursday evening at her home on Laroka Heights, Moundsville. About twenty guests were present and the evening was very pleasantly passed in dancing and kindred diversions. The affair was given in honor of Mrs. Albert Wright, of Pittsburg, who is Miss Criswell's guest. At the usual hour refreshments were server. * * * Miss Martha Sweeney, of Martin’s Ferry, arranged a hay ride Thursday evening, in which a merry party of , voung folks from that city participat ed. At Colerain the party partook of an excellent supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Litton. The affair was delightful throughout. * * * A very successful barn dance was given Thursday evening near Mt. Pleasant, 0., which was attended b> a number of young persons from this city. ;-1 a -a * * * Miss Amelia Steger entertained a party of friends Thursday evening at her home in Bellaire. as a farewell en tertainment to Miss Minnie Hamilton, of Steubenville, who has been her guest for some weeks. The affair was " i THE MAID OF MOODS. W hen days are dark, a nd damp, and drear, I need not note barometer To see just when the c louds will clear, I only need to look a t her So moody grown. Tb e storm I’ve feared I well can tell, hath run its race, I know each cloud has disappeared— . , I see the sunshine in her face. t —Roy Farrell Greene. .-.-- —- i Bert. Welty. Will Gundling and John Nydegger. They are to stay three or four weeks. The letter follows: ‘ After the train pulled out from the B. & O. station last Saturday we en deavored to have a good time. In our strolling through the train we came across a real “hayseed.” Then we struck a “Dago." who gave Bert Welty three ginger cakes to go away. We were treated royally by the train offi cials. and had no thought of sleep till after 4 a. m., when Big Injun Huffy was missing. He was located in the ladies’ car stealing a sleep, and he was immediately sent back to the smoker ard fined. Arrived at Cumberland. Md.. at 6 a. m. We had a delicate breakfast (75c. Don't say a word!) We rode to Green Springs and from there took our wheels. Louie Zeigler chased a bumble bee. and Mr. Bee jab bed his stinger into his tire, resulting in a puncture. Gus W. tried to ride over a snake lying across the road, and while he didn’t get a puncture, Mr. Snake curled himself up in the wheels. But the worst of all was after Gundling. Hoffman. John and Bert Welty and Will Hieuer rode ahead their red C. C. C. hats excited a vicious bull, which chased them three miles. We three in the rear took several snap shots of the bull run. Will carry them for use as a dampener when we get home In case they get gay. We had to cross two fields and a young mountain to get past a most enjoyable one. At a seasonable | hour the guests repaired to the dining room where a tempting luncheon was served. Miss Steger was assisted in receiving by her siters, Misses Minnie and Gertrude, and Miss Eva Coss, of Bridgeport • • * A very successful lawn fete was given Friday evening at the home of Mr. Kennedy Friend, on Virginia street. Island, under the auspices of the Epworth League of the Thompson M. : E. church. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Will Fox were "at | home” to a number of their friends | Wednesday evening at their residence I near Kirkwood. Considerable amuse ment was extracted from a grapho Dhone. into which two of the guests. Miss Anna Coffland and Mr. Fred Fox. sang selections, which will be pre served for future use. The guests par took of a sumptuous spread before tak ing their departure. • • • Miss Lizzie Schaffer, of Bridgeport, was very pleasantly surprised Monday evening by a party of Wheeling friends calling to assit her in celebrat ing the anniversary of her birth, and to Join in extending best wishes for “many happy return?.” • » • Miss Emma Carpenter very pleasant ly entertained a number of her youfli friends at her home in Martin,s Ferry Wednesday evening, in honor of^ her guest, Miss Mol lie Jackson, of McKees port. • • • Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cordell, of Mc Mechen, were tendered a pleasant sur prise Friday evening at their home. The hours were pleasantly spent m social J conversation and in vocal and instru mental music. * • • One of the most successful outings of the season was given at Wheeling Park Thursday evening by Parke Di vision of the A. O. H., asistod by the • Ladies’ Auxialry. • * • There was an Informal gathering, i Tuesday evening, at the home of Mr. ! and Mrs. W. L. Etzler, on the Island, ! in honor of the return of their -Jaugh ! ter, Miss Blanche, and Miss Jeannette Mager, who have been spending sev eral weeks with friends in Western . Ohio. '■* ig-.l.vMvgHi «&* WWW i Miss May Rose and Mr. Isaac Crow, I of Bellaire, were quietly married last 1 week at St. Clairsville. • * • i There was a very pleasant gathering ! Tuesday evening at the rectory of St. : Mary's Catholic Church, in Martin’s ‘ Ferry. The pastor, the Rev. S. S. Mattingley, celebrated the sixtieth an i nivereary of his birth and his friends asembled to tender their congratula i tions and to leave a substantial token ‘ of the esteem in which they hold him. • • * At the home of the Misses Cockayne, at Glendale, a very pleasant social was ; given 'Tuesday evening under the au spices of the T. P. S. C. E. of the : Moundsville Presbyterian Church. • . . A very enjoyable lawn party was given at Elsie Fisher’s home on South Broadway Friday evening. Ke freshments were served and a good ; time was had by the young folks. | Those present were: Misses Lulu ; Jones, Edna Miller, Hattie Elliott, Minnie Stewart, Margaret Bickerton, Jessie Ross, Gertrude McCombs, Maude Hammond. Ella Mitchell, Ber tha McCullough, Ethel Hose Stella Whitehead. Nannie Beans and Elsie Fdscher; Masters Wilbur Elliott, Nor bert Myles. Harry Spears, Wi.liam Pickett, Olliver Hill, Robert Young, Robert Beans, Clyde Hammond. Wil lie Weichsel, Howard Alexander Joe I w'atkins. Lee Dailey, Wiliam McClure, | Ivan Spears and John Fischer. Miss Anna Memminger, of Pleasant Valley was very agreeably surprised Thursday evening by a number of her i friends. ' Music and cards were the ! principal diversions of the evening. A ■ prize was captured by Miss Louisa 1 Behler, and the visitors’ prize was awarded to Miss Millie Faas. both of Allegheny. Pa.* The guests returned to the city in a wagon after spending a very pleasant evening.^ Mrs. Frank Conner was pleasantly surprised Monday evening by a large number of her friends, at her home on South Market street. The occasion was the fortieth anniversary of her : birth. The S. L. C. Banjo and Mando lin Club rendered excellent music tor the occasion. Luncheon was served a the conventional hour. * * • Miss Lee Caldwell, daughter of Mr. Frank S.‘ Caldwell, gave a delightfu. yacht party Monday evening in honor at her guest. Miss Steadman, of Alle gheny The guests enjoyed a ride or several miles up tie river apd upon their return repaired to the Islant Club Rooms where a few hours ■wore spent in dancing. ' * * • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith pleas antly entertained a number of friends at their home in Bellaire Mon day evening. ^ * “Events ” a new society publication, will make its grst appearance about September 1st. It will be edited by Mr. Clement Storer Foster of this cli/. A large number of popular young people of Caldwell’s Run gave a de lightful hay party last Tuesday night. Those present were Miss Ada Ba 1 mann and George Hausenauer, Miss Bertha Morrow and Gustave Hause nauer. Miss Gertrude Baumann and Conrad Ilayamire. Miss Olive Starkey and William Baumann, Miss Belle Hamman and Leonard Baumann. Miss \da Willhelm and Joseph Baumann, Miss Kate Kline and Joseph Manley, Miss Jeana Crumbaker and James Mountain. Miss llosa Scjnlle and Miller. Anna Baker and Jamee> Star key. After the hay ride excellent re freshments were served at Miss Ada Baumann’s home. Thursday afternoon some of the young people of town organized a girl's howling club. It is lather unique in that it has no officers, bu. is under the supervision of each member In her alphabetic turn. She shall decide what entertainment there is to be and whether It is to meet in the morning or evening. When the entertain ment Is lit the evening each member_ is required to contribute a name to the hat from which all shall draw, and each mem ber is compelled to invite the KPnt,e"ia" whose name falls to her. The numbers are anxious that this novel plan should be well understood. The first meeting to be next Thursday evening. PERSONAL. He wanted to go to Klondike. wk.. But he couldn't get there on his Dike, So he vowed he'd not roam; He'd stay right at home And scorch ^^uis'’pS-Siapatch. Miss Isabel Henry, of Pittsburg Is a guest of the family of R. S. Kinche loe, of the Island. Misses Lydia Foster, of North Wheeling, and Georgiana Scarlott, of the South Side, left yesterday to visit friends at Carrollton, Carroll county, 0M°rs. George Ritchie left for Mt. Lake Park last night. Roy B. Naylor is spending his vaca tion in Atlantic City. Miss Anna Haydel, of Grafton. Is visiting Miss Stella Carney, on South Chapline street. ^ . Among those who departed for the seashore last week over the Pennsyl vania lines, were: R. S. Irwin, Clark Hamilton. M. Colvig and wife and fam ily, Dr. E. C. Myers and wife. Mrs. Reilly, Prof. John M. Birch and wife, Robert Simpson, H. F. Behrens and wife. Mrs. Ewing and daughter. S. M. Harper, E. B. Carney, W. T. Shaffer, W. Wilson, Miss Emma Forbes. Miss Jennie Bailie, W. W. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Parker, Dr. H. H. Harrison. J. Blum. Mrs. L. V. Blond, Mrs. Hicks. Mr= Reich. H. Cohn and family. Hon. John A. Howard. J. Blake and family. R Rogers. John Zerwig and wife, , Henry Robb, P. Kronhart, J. C. Brady, and daughter, Mrs. A. C. McMechen and Miss Mary McMechen. Misses Thuanelda and Lenore Kraen ter, of the Island, are visiting friends at Columbus. George R. Taylor and Mr*. Wm. L Gleaner have returned from an ex Fifty Years Ago. President Polk in the White House chair. While in Lowell was Doctor Ayer; Both were busy for human weal One to govern and one to heal. And, as a president’s power of wifi Sometimes depends on liver-pi!!, Mr. Polk took Ayer’s Pills 1 trow For bis liver, 50 years ago. Ayer’s Cathartic Pills I were designed to supply a [ model purgative to people who i had so long injured themselves with griping medicines. Being carefully prepared and their in gredients adjusted to the exact necessities of the bowels and liver, their popularity was in stantaneous. That this popu larity has been maintained is well marked in the medal awarded these pills at the World's Pair 1893. 50 Years of Cures. - ■ ■ ■ ■ —. tended visit to Mr. Taylor’s daughter. Mrs. Sylvester Williams, at Denver Colo. Marsden L. Colvig and wife accom 1 panled by Mrs. Colvig’s father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Van Pieterson, of Milwaukee, Wis., left Thursday W 1 New York. Miss Cora Bartlett, of Grafton, is vis iting her cousin, M*iss Jennie Bartlett. 1 at her residence on South Eolt street. | Miss Lutie Hicks, of Sixteenth street. I has been spending a few days with : friends on the Moundsvllle camp ; grounds. A party consisting of Charles Bailey and family, Albert Franzheim and family, Misses Henrietta Rinehart, I^aura and Helen Caldwell will camp up Wheeling Creek for the next fort night. They will leave the city to morrow. Misses Ella Waterhouse and Nellie McElroy, of the South Side, are guests of friends In Piqua, O. Miss Belle Parke, of Dennis*" 0.. is a guest of Miss Jane Marshall, of the East End. Miss Jennie Holmes is home from a prolonged visit with friends in Ma rion. Ind. Berney MoMechen is home from a visit to the East. ---—o Dealers may deceive. Let no one convince you that there is a gen uine niece of Llbbey cut glass without this trade mark cut on every’ piece. . ■—0 ladies of tjie g. a. r. Captain William H. H. Parker Circle No. 4 will hold their regular meeting on Wednesday evening in McLain's ball. All members aro urged to be pre:W) t. Jo]*’. A. Logan Circle No. 11 was in Btiti.f’d on Wednesday. August 6th, by the Department President, Mrs. M. Anna Hall. Tbo following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Rev. E. Scott; Senior Vice, Mrs. E. H. Lytle; Junior Vice, Mrs. E. M. Lemley; Sec retary’. Miss Ruby D. Watts; Treasurer. Mrs. H. B. Adams; Chaplain. Mrs. E. Adams; Conductress, Mrs. James Rog ers; Guard, Mrs. J. E. Rogers. This Circle is one of the most promising in the department. -o-* HANDSOME WINDOW DISPLAY. In the large store window in Geo .M. Snook & Co.’s establishment on Main street, there is a display of china from the Warwick pottery, which is attract ing general attention. It consists of plain and decorated china, In handsome designs—jardinieres, pedestals, bowls, plaeques, plates, etc. The display will be a revelation to many who are not aware of the quality of w’ork being done in this city. It is very’ tastefully arranged, and the general effect U very attractive. ^ .— GROUND HOG CLUB. nrhe following well-known parties comprising the Ground Hog Hunting Club will leave this morning for Tny loratown: Joe Rust, chief hunter; Har ry Burkle, game carrier; Joe Johnston, cook; H. Curry, Tom Thomas, assist ant hunters. The boys have secured a team of mules from the Reymann Brewing Company. They will have two of the best dogs in this section of the country to hunt with. They will be gone about two weeks and expect to bring home a wagonload of game. --o Traveling men all say that Prof. ShefT’s new office is the finest and best fitted up for ex'am?b**ng the eyes of any to be found in the country. --—a Don't fainl to attend the ground hog supper and concert at Morgan Bros., Sixteenth street. Monday evening. Mu sic by Prof. Jones. .- —o PIANOFORTE INSTRUCTION. Paris R. Mvers will give Instructions on the pianoforte after August 16. The j Virgil Clavier system taught to ad vanced pupils. Studio, 1305 Market street -e VOICE CULTURE. Paris R. Myers will give instructions in voice culture after August 16. Stu-. dio, 1305 Market street Prof. Sheff relys on his own skill in ' fitting glasses for errors of refraction of the eye and not on his clients' Judge ment or answers. Consultation and examination free, at corner Main and Eleventh streets. TO GIVE HER WORK. "The trouble with your wife. Mr. Spudds." said the physician, "is lack of j exercise.” "What can I do for it?” "I would put In a telephone, and then she will be kept busy delivering messages for the neighborhood.’’—Life. -o e—Ort tbe D««t.—A THE WHEELING DAILY REGISTER 1 Or PER WEEK. Telephone,.W J | AT BETHESDA. Big Crowds at Epworth Park All Last Waok. The attendance at Epworth Park has been large during the whole of the as- I sembly, and the management is con- 1 gratulating itself that it will clear at least $1,000 on the programme this year. The farmer has been a great fac tor Hundreds of teams enter the a grounds each day. The moon was full M all last week and was no doubt the in-^^ centive for the largo crowds that tended the night exercises. There l.-Sgi hardly been an evening that the auri^B torium has not contained at least 1,50<^H people. The programme has been car- |i§| ried out as advertised with one oxcep- |j[ tlcn. The sickness of Governor Busn nell prevented that dignitary from be ing present on Ohio day. There was one feature given during ; the week that was not expected. One i morning a colored lady, whose name i the writer did not learn, stopped off the fast line from the east and introduced i herself. She said she was on the pro- * gramme at Mountain Lake Park, but owing to her color was not allowed to ' appear. It is also said that more or lets of a row was raised by the guests at the hotel where she was stopping owing to her dark skin. Tho Epworth Park people gave her a welcome hand, and the lady delighted the crowds that heard her sing on several different oc casions. An effort Is being made to have a big * day on Wednesday, as It Is the close of the assembly. It has been designated G. A. K. day and General J. B. Gordon will lecture on "The Hast Days of thi Confederacy.” The rate from Bellaira will be 60 cents for the round trip and « excursion rates will also be given front Wheeling. General Gordon is an ex Confederate general and he will, no doubt, be able to entertain all who hear him. There were only ronr unautauqua graduates this year that went through , the Golden Gates. The Cbautauquao exercises were very pleasing, however, and were listened to attentively. A parade, with band accompaniment, was also a feature. Children of all ages took part in the triumphal march. ‘to-day everything will be quiet. There will be no admission charged, but all who desire can enter the grounds. There will be Sunday s< hool and a sermon iu the morning. At night Dr. Robert N'ourse will talk. Mi.-s Potter, of Selo, who has charge of the physical culture class, Is an elo cutionist of some note and lends her * ability to making the programme in teresting. Colonel G. W. IJaIn lectures on Mon day afternoon on “Among the Masses, or Traits of Human Character." In the evening Prof. Louis Favour lec turcs on the wonders of electricity, and gives an exhibition of the X-ray. On Tuesday Miss Potter,- Colonel p Pain, Miss Cochran. Goodwill IUcker man, Prof. Shaw and Ixmls Favour till the programme. Erasmus Wilson. "Quiet Observer." will make his annual visit to the park on Wednesday and will talk on “To i Marry or Not to Marry." The chorus class on thl9 day gives a grand concert at which the band will asfllst. The as sembly will close with a display of Are works oa the lake on Wednesday 1 A The old board of directors was re elected. There was an effort to dis place two of the old members, but It JOHN FRIEDEL ACO. — JUGGLING WITH 1)1 Doesn’t Improve their who is more addicted to this juggling than the average i* girl? A little nick here and ther not amount to much—you may even notice it—but how about vlsi No dining table can bo too daintily —only the best is good enough for one. Dainty dishes may be bought very little money nowadays. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO 111» Main Mtreet. BOOTS AND SHOES. J_ A Pretty Shoe Gives a touch of ele gance to the entire ap pearance. We have plenty of Shoes at such reasonable prices that • you can afford to aban* don the oid ones as soon as they are the worse for wear. Midsummer Clearance Sale, Mak^ure of your sav* Ings by investing in some of the splendid footwear we are now of fering at such substan* t aily low prices. 1113 Main Street.