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Boston Gets Another Set Back
Li . by Anson's Boys.
SOME FINE BATTERY WOEK
,The Senators Beat the Spiders in a
, Good Game.
R )EA(M WHITE STILL HOLDS ODT.
?!8ome Exciting Games Among the County
;ij lieagne uiaos.
VGEXEEAL BASEBALL XEWS OF THE DAI
Details of Yesterday's Home League
Gnmci, Prlnglc's Review and Other Inter
esting Sporting News Will bo Found on tho
Fourteenth Pace. Second Fart.
Chicago, June 29. Dwyer and Farrell, as
Chicago's battery. placd the game or 'their
lives to-day. Boston was unable to do anj thing
with Dwyer's delivery, and Farrell accepting
nine chances without an error, although sev
eral tf them were Tery difficult, and called
forth creat applause.
Chicago fielded with their old time brilliancy
andith,the exception of one error played a
faultless game. For Boston Sowders was very
unsteady, giving many bases on balls. Ben
sett's muff of a foul fly, and Richardson's two
fumbles each cave a life, otherwise they
played a hotlv contested game, but their in
ability to hit the ball lost them the game. At
tendance 8,200. Score:
CHICAGOS. B 8 r A Xi BOSTOXS. B B P A X
3 0 0
3 2 0
0 2 3
1 2 3
0 Brown, 1... 0
tUobnston. m 0
GanzeL r... 0
liroulhers,!. 1 0 13
iticnira'n, ; i u
2ash. 3 0
Qulnn. s. .. 0
Bennett, c 0
Sowders. p. 1
!J Totals 8 10S 12 H Totals 2 42408
Ctleapos 4 0002020 '-8
liobtona... 0 002000002
Earned runs Cbica gos, 6- Bostons, 1.
Two-base bits Rvan. VanHaltrcn.
Home runs Vanllj ltcrn.
btolen bases-Duflr, Burns.
Double plays-Burns, Pftflcr and Anson; Nash,
Blchardson and Brou thers.
I lr6t base on ball Bv Dwyer. 2; by Sowders, 6.
lilt by pitched ball VanHaltrcn.
fctrnctom By Dw.er, 3; by Sowders. 1.
Time or game One honr and SO minutes.
CRANE BOTHERED THEM.
Tbe Ilooslers Fa.II to Connect With the
, Indianapolis, J une 29. New York again
won to-day through the inability of the local
team to bat the pitching of Crane. Both pitch
ers were very effi-ctive, but the advantage
rested with the visitors. Score:
rxnrroLis. b b p aeIxewtokkb.b b f as
fccery, 1 0
Denny, 3. 0
Hlnes. 1.... 0
Dalv. c . 0
Jlclicachy, r 0
.Siren, m.... 1
B&ssett. 2.... 0
(jctzeln, p. 0
Gore, m 0 0
Tiernan,r... 0 0
Ewing. c... 2 2
Connor, 1... 1 1
Klrhard'n, 2 0 2
O'K'rVe, i.. 0 1
Hatfield, s... 0 0
Whitney. 3. 1 0
Crane, p.... 0 0
Totals. .... 1 3 24 12 -3
Totals 4 6 27 15 4
Indianapolis 0 0000000 11
JtewYorc. 0 0011200 4
Earned runs New YorVs, 2.
Tw-base lilt Deunv.
Mcrlfice lilts Uassott, Hatfield, Crane.
Home run Connor.
Molen bases Hiniis, Ewtnc:2, Gore.
First base on balls OfiTGetzein, 1; off Crane, 5.
Struck out By Gelzein, 2.
Timc'of frame One hour and 35 minutes.
BAKELEY WAS WILD,
And tbe Senators Beat the Terr Slick
Cleveland, June 29. Bakeley's wild pitch
ing was the cause of Cleveland'-; defeat to-day.
Every time be gave a Washingtonian his base
on balls tbe Washlngtons scoreo. Score:
CLXVXLA'D B B P A XIWASH'TOX. B B F A I
Strieker, 2.- 0 1
McAleer, m. 1 1
McKean. .. 0 0
TwitcheU, LI 1
Faatr.1 1 2
l(adrord,r... 0 0
Mbeau, 3 . 1 2
bnvder, c... 0 1
Bakeley, p.. 0 0
Hov, m... . 2
Wllmot, 1.. 0
Myers, -.... 1
Wise, 3. 0
Irwin, s.. . 0
earner, r... 0
Morrill, 1... 1
Clark, c.... 1
0 O'Day, p.... 0
Totals. 4 825 6 21 Totals 5 9 27 14 5
Winning rnn scored with one man out.
Oevelands .. 2 0000000 24
"Washlngtons 1 0120000 1-5
Earned runs Cleveland!, 1.
Two-base hits Snyder, Clark.
Three-base hit Kaatx.
bacrlflce bits Bakelev. 'Wise. O'Day 2.
Molen bases Faatr. Hoy. Morrill, Clark.
Double play Wllmot to Clark.
First base on. balls Clcvclands, 4; Washing
Struck out Cleveland:, 2; Washlngtons, 7.
Wild pitches BakUey. 2.
Time or pame Two hours and 10 minutes.
How Tbcy Stand.
Tbe following comprehensive table shows the
exact standing of the League clubs up to date.
During the week the table shows that Boston
has weakened considerably, and that New
York is getting nearer to tho front. Philadel
phia has also come down a little in figures,
while Pittsburg and Chicago seem to be getting
nearer Philadelphia. The race Is a pretty one,
however, as the figures of percentages will
s c ylt r i 2; i c
w Z l Tr s
" r Si .o? o
- 5 5 S 4 8llli
2433 582 24
0 3 1 4 5 5 4 22
1 15 20 19 25 29 23 31 34 203
'Sarnie's Men Get Down to Work and
, Whitewash Columbus.
Baltimore, June 29. The Baltlmorcs had
so difficulty in turning the tables on Columbus
in to-aay's game. Kilroy was in fine form and
was given perfect support. Baldwin failed to
do great work, being wild and unsteady.
Baltimore 0 020002307
Colnmbus ,....0 OOOOOOp 0
Base bits Baltlmores, 8: Columbus, 4.
1 rrors Baltlmorcs. 0: Columbus, 4.
Earned runs-Baltimore, 2.
Two-base hit Sommer.
Mnick out By Kitroy, 7; by Baldwin, 9.
Passed balls O'Connor, 3.
Time of game One hour and 45 minutes.
" KNOCKED DUB.YEA OUT.
Tho Cowboys Have n Picnic With Cincinnati
Kassas Cirr, June 29. The Cowboys won
with bands down from tbe Cincinnatis to-day.
Hard hitting did the business, and not one of
tbe borne team failed to find tbe ball for one
or more safe hlts-'Dnryea was knocked out
of tbe box in the second and third inning and
Viau pnt in to pitch. The latter was quite as
easy a. victim as the former. The fielding of
both teams was excellent. Scorer
"Kansas Cltvs 0 12024000-9
Cincinnatis". 0 000102U0 3
Base hits Kansas Cltys. 18: Cincinnatis, 8.
Errors Kansas Cltys, 3: cincinnatis, 3.
Earned runs Kansas Cltys, 2.
Two-base bits Stearns, Burns, Donohue, Holll
rday. Three-base hits Mannlnz. Beard.
struck out Bv Conwav. 2: br Durres, 1: bv
Time or game one nonr ana w minutes.
IX OLD TI9IE FORM.
Kins; Pnnle the Colonels and St. LonU
' 8t. Locts. June 29. King Ditched in his old.
t,Mai form to-day and Louisville could not bit
him effectively, and lost Up Xf the jejenth
Ewlng held tho Browns down, but in the
seventh and eighth they gauged nis delivery
for eight hits with a total of 11 bases, and
won the game with ease. Tomney's work at
short and Robinson's all-round playing were
the features. ONeill received a new bat
from Canada to-day and started out on a bat
ting rampage with it Score:
fet Louis-:.." 0 110 10 4 3 0-10
Loulsvlllcs 0 100000001
Base hlts-St. Louis, 13: Loulsvlllcs, 9.
F-rrors St Lonls. 3: Loulsvllles, 5.
Karned runs bt. Louis, 4. ......
Two-base hits McCartUy, Koblnson, MUUgan.
Passed ball Cook.
WON IN THE FIRST.
The Brooklyn Make n. Lucky Start and
WId n Game.
PrrrtADELPHiA, June 29. Two bases on
balls, two men hit by pitched balls, two outs
and a poor throw to first by Lyons netted
Brooklyn three runs and the game in the first
inning this afternoon. Smith's short field play
was of the highest order. Score:
Athletics 1 00010000-2
lirooMyns S 0000000-3
llisehlls-Athlctlcs, C: Brooklyns. 2.
Errors Athletics, 1: Brooklyns, S.
Mruck out-By eyhlng. 5; by Caruthers, 1.
l'sed ball Cross, 1.
lime of game One hour and 30 minutes.
St Louis 40 20 .667 Cincinnati.. .30 27 .526
Athletics 34 21 .61s!K.ansasCltys..25 31 .447
lirooklvns.... 35 3 .dH'Columbu 23 34 ,4N
Baltlmores. ...33 25 .569LoulEViUes...,10 49 .169
rSFEC'IAr. TELEGRAM TO TUB DISPATCH.!
Svracuses 3 0 10 0 116 0-12
Buflalos 0 000000000
Kochesters 0 23000000005
Hamiltons 2 000000210 1 8
Toledos. 1 OOJ00600-9
Torontoi 2 00000000-2
Dctrolts 0 00004 1409
Londons 0 000000000
I6FECIAI. TXLXGBAU TO TBE SISFATCH.1
Hamiltons S 01000000-6
Whcclinc? 1 00000110-3
Earned runs-Hamiltons, 5: Wheelings, 2
Baschlts-Hamiltons i2: Wheelings, 6.
Errors-Himiltons, 3: Wheelings, i.
THE COUNTY LEAGUE.
Scwlcklcy Beats the East End Athletics In a
There was quite a surprise at East Liberty
Park yesterday when the poor, despised
Sewickleys beat tne gay East Enders by 3 to L
Of course the result was unexpected, but that
goes in baseball. .
The attendance was good, and the pitching of
O'Brien and Taylor excellent The Sewickleys
were somewhat lucky in their hits, but their
fielding was not good. Still their errors did
not count for much. Following is tbe score:
ATHLETICS K B ! A EIEEW1CKLET. R B F A X
Birr, D., 2.
bwift, m. ..
Nauithton, c 0 0 11
McMillan, m 1 1 2
Oliver, s 1 1
Boylan, 2.... 0 1
Taylor, p.... 0 0
rorter, 4 u u
Warden. 1.. 1 1
Whitesell. s. 0 1
1 1 2
Hartman, r. 0 0
1 4 24 15 1 Totals.
.3 527 7 6
Athletics. 0 000010001
bewicklevs 1 00011 0003
Earned run Sewickleys, L,
Two-base hit Warden.
Mruck ont-By O'Brien, 2; by Taylor, 10.
Base on balls By O'Brien, 3.
Hit by pitched ball-O'Donnell.
Passed ball Naughton, 1.
lid pitch O'Brien, 1.
MARKS FOR M'KEESPORT.
The Oaklnnds Sleet tbe Slascers and Are
SPECIAL TELEGEAM TO TBE DISPATCH.
mcKeesport, Pa., June 29. The Oakland
Baseball Club played the last game to-day with
JIcKtesport that it will play with the borne
team during the league season, and will bo
glad that it is the last time It will have to run
against so formidable an obstacle in tbe fight
for the pennant Tbe game resulted in the de
feat of the visitors by 13 to 7. Faas, the clever
little pitcher who does such good work
for the visitors, says he has met no
team in the league who bat
as strong as McKeesport, and, although he was
well slugged to-day, he put up a good game
while Harnish, although not pounded as hard,
pitched good ball, but was somewhat unsteady.
Traner did abont as effective work as the
catcher of any visiting club that has played a
league game here. He and Faas are good and
the visitors would be badly lame without
Hartman, the all-around player of the home
team, took the laurels by his excellent batting
and catching, aud when be nabbed a hot liner
at short stop and retired the visitors by a
smooth double play tbe applause was loud.
The home team all did well. Score:
M'KEESP'T. B B P A EIOAKLANDS. B B P A E
Bray. 2 1
Cargo, 6.... 2
Kler, 3 1
0 0 0 1
Faas, p 0
0 0 0 1
Total 13 9 27 14
Totals 7 7 27 12 7
McKeesports 0 10 5 3 0 3 0 113
OakUnds 1 111010027
Earned ruus McKeesports, 3: Oaklands, 1
Two-base hits Kler, Edmundson, Tralnor.
Three-base hits Torrevson, Hartman.
Double plays Hartman and Nightengale, Kevs.
Bases on balls Hornlsb, 3; Patterson, 1; Faas, 2.
Hit by pltcber-Hornlah, 1: Faas, 1.
Passed Mils Tralnor. 2: Patterson, 4.
" lid pitches Hornlsh, 2.
Stolen bases N lghtengale, 2; Torreyson, 2;
Provlns, 6; Hartman, 1; J. Patterson, 1; Banker,
1; Qulnn, 1: Tralnor, L,
BRADDOCK CLIMBING UP.
Tho Bines Beat the Homesteads and Step
One of the most exciting and interesting
games of the season was played at Braddock
yesterday between the champion Homesteads
and the Braddock Bines. Baker pitched a
great game and would have, no doubt, shut out
the Homesteads had it not been that the ball
became wet in the eighth inning, when they
scored on a double and triple. The Blues have
been playing great ball of late, having won
seven games out of the last eight played. They
are now in second place. Score:
BRADDOCKS B B P A El BOMST'CS B B P A X
K Bennett, 2
Armor, r... 0
H.Col'n. m.. 0
bulllvan, I.. 0
Kennedy, s 0
Bulmer, 1.... 0
Woods. 2.... 0
0 0 11
Jones, p 1
5 8 27 21 4 Totals 1 5 27 13 3
Braddocks 0 012200005
Homesteads 0 00000010 1
Earned runs Homesteads, 1: Braddocks, 2.
Iwc-base hits B. Bennett Woods.
Three-base hit Youngman.
Struck out By Baker, 5; by Jones, 4.
THE DUQUESNES AGAIN.
They Beat the Etna Stars In an Exciting;
What many people have been terming the
"Bum Duquesnes," of the County League, are
making things hum just now. Yesterday they
"beat the Etna Stars at Etna in an exciting
game. It looked as if the Stars were going to
be. shut out They could do nothing with
Newell, the Duquesnes' pitcher, only making
two hits off bis delivery. Score:
ETKA STABS B B P A E1DUQUESNESB.B. F.A.E.
Kennedy, s. 0 0 3
0 Grove. 1.,
0 3 0
2 1 12
2 Q 0
1 8 0
Tlbbv, 1 0 0 11
Martin, s. ..
Buckley, m. 0
MUIIgen, 1.. 1
Halloran, r. 1
Larrlsed, 3. 0
Gutll. c 0
u uiucn, z ...
McAlister, p 0
3 JiCahill, 1...
Hickey, 2.... 0 0
4 z rumen, r.
Totals 2 2 24 12 5 Totals ... 8 8 27 17 1
Etna Stars. 0 0001000 12
Duquesnes 10005011 8
Earned runs Duqnesues, 3.
Two-base bits Newell, IUnecoff.
Struck out By Newell, 12; McAlister, 4.
Base on balls Martin.
Passed balli-Klnecoff, 1; Guth. 1.
Time of game One hour and 50 minutes.
Tbe W. H. Thompsons defeated the Castle
Shannons in a Tery uneven game yesterday.'
The features of the game were' the battery
work of Elliott andVensel and the all-around
play of tbe Thompsons. Phillips, of the Castle
Shannons, played a good game behind the bat
Castle bhannons 0 0 0 10 0 0-1
W. H.Thompons 0 0 4 2 2 5 2-17
Basehlts-Castle Shannons, 2; W. H. Thomp
Struck out By Galupe. 10: by Elliott 12.
Errors W. H. Thompsons., 2; Castle Shan
A YEEY DIETI IBICK.
Tbre.o Philadelphia Players Accused of
Most Ungentlemnnly Conduct.
A special telegram to The Dispatch last
night, from Cleveland, O., says that three Phil
adelphia' players were guilty of a very dirty
trick In that city on Wednesday night Tbey
were drinking around town, and after getting
pretty foil, telephoned for a carriage to take
them homo from a barroom of a down-town
hotel During their stops at various
drinking shops the men loudly ad
dressed one another as O'Brien, Zlmmer,
and McAleer, and so called themselves to the
hack driver who took them home. One of
them has played this trick several times in
other cities, and regards it as an evidence that
he possesses a great deal of humor. Of course
"the jokers," in their travels, ran across a
number of local fans, who withont knowing
the men, accented their talk as pointers on the
dissipation prevalent among members of tbe
Cleveland team, and wild stories of tho de
bauch were taken to Secretary Hawlcy and
Manager Loftus. They were surprised. Two
of tbe players named were known to have
never tasted intoxicants, and the third is tem
perate. Manager Loftns talked of and investigated
the stories. He quickly f onnd out the outlines
of the "joke" and the names of the "Jokers." A
more harmful or cowardly trick was never
played. It had for its object tbe injury of three
of the most reliable members of the Cleveland
team and permanent injury to the game. Com
plaint against the Philadelphia players will he
forwarded to tbe Philadelphia club. The
"f unuy men" may find that their "joke" was a
costly one. One funny incident In connection
with the affair was that a "fan" Arose in tbe
pavilion when O'BrJcn made two successive
wild pitches in the first inning of Thursday's
came, and declared that "he knew it," and
that "men who were drnnk all night before a
game could not win." O'Brien pitched one of
the best games of tbe season, and tbe "Ian"
EASY FOE BCOTTDALES. .
They Trim Ud the Greentbnrgs With Very
Scottdale, June 29. The Greenshurg club,
of the Western Pennsylvania League, mxde
their first appearance here to-day andwero
easily defeated by the home team. Lohr was
put in to pitch for the visitors, and the Scott
dale boys bit him for 9 runs in the first three
innings, when he was replaced by Hemphill,
who was also hit freely. The game was called
at the end of tbe seventh inning on account of
Scottdales 3 1 S 1 2 3 0-15
Greensburgs 0 0 0 2 3 128
Earned runs Scottdales, 8: Greensburgs, 4.
Base bits Scottdales, 12: Greensburgs, 9.
Batteries Scottdales, Mllbee and Cargo; Greens
bnrg, Lohr and Wilson and Hemphill and Lauer.
The Scotts Called Down.
rSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO TBS DISPATCH. 1
McKeespoet, June 29. The home team has
a game each day next week and is pnt to con
siderable trouble to-day by the action of the J.
W. Scotts, of Pittsburg, who arranged to play
the morning game at McKeesport July 4, and
now telegraphs that it cannot do so. Manager
Torreyson advertised tbe event and went to
trouble ana expense. He will now have to
secure another club. Tbe action, to say the
least, leads to the belief that tbe Scotts, who
are reputed to be so formidable and have been
bluffing for a $100 game wjth any club in the
county, do not care about coming in contact
Deacon White and President Nimick had a
long conference yesterday, but they failed to
come to terms. Last evening the venerable
Deacon said that he is not certain as to what
4iis next move will be. He declines to come
here unless be can get one-half of his purchase
money. Stearns refuses to give that and Mr.
Nimick claims that Pittsburg can do nothing
In the matter. "White may remain here until
Monday, at least he was so inclined at a late
hour last night
Will Piny on tbe Fourth.
The following players comprise the Electric
Engineers Baseball Club: Cable, 3 b.; M.
. SUMMER GOODS.
Alpaca Coats, black and
i gray, Linen Coats,
JLT S3 50,
French Flannel Coats and
Vests, Imported Mohair,
Pongee Silk Coats and
AT S2 50,
Children's School Suits,
Fancy Cassimeres, Plaited
Cheviots. Also a big line
of extra Pants at 35c, 50c
75c, and Shirt Waists)
both flannel and laundried.
We carry a full line
Mail Orders, accom
panied by Cash, will
receive prompt attention.
J ' : -.'-.. : : . - rm -.- - - t-xHtw-H .,: - c . - - ?3BBs,.ja - -" . i, " dr&&& t '... - .-vr.;,. JOBBi
Sweeney, 2 b.: Ballas, L; Lacock. s.: McClel
land, 1 b.; P. Sweeney, m.; Feeney, c.; Lobaugh,
r.: Over, p.: Reed, sub. They play the Oak
lands of the County League, at Liberty Park,
on the afternoon of July i. Game called at
PEESIDEST STEEK PINED.
The Cincinnati Court Declares Snnday Ball
plnylng for Money Illegal.
CrxciNNATi, O., June 29. A. A. Stern, Pres
ident of tbe Cincinnati Baseball Club, was fined
820 and costs to-day for permitting a game of
baseball last Sunday. It was urtred that there
were no disorder, but the Judge held that it
was done for money'and was, therefore, a vio
lation of tbe law.
Judge Ermstone decided the case against
JohnLeder, of tbe Atlantic Garden, who was
charged with keeping bis saloon open on "Sun
day, and who made the defense that lie con
ducted a restaurant business also, and that on
Sunday he closed the bar and kept open the
restaurant part only. The Judge held that it
was necessary to close the whole establishment
in order to comply with tbe law.
Greenshurg Very Slinky.
rSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.l
Scottdale, June 29. At the conclusion
of tbe came between tbe Scottdale and Greens
burg Baseball clubs, Curtis Gregg, one of the
directors of the latter club, notified
tbe local management that his club
would not play the championship game
scheduled for Greenshurg on Monday. The
reason given was tbat tbey were not satisfied
with the new schedule, but it is more than
Srobable tbat the Greenshurg club will with
raw from the league.
An Interesting Game.
The Keystone and Allentown clubs played a
Tery interesting five-Inning game of ball yester
day at Cycle and Athletic Park, Following is
the score by innings:
Keystones 2 2 0 0 26
Allentowns 1 1110-4
Earned runs Keystones. 4; Allentowns, 1.
Errors-Keystones, !: Allentowns, 4.
Base hits Keystones, 10; Allentowns, 3.
Batteries Keystones, Douglass ana Bell; Allen
towns, Thomas and Harman.
Trotted a Mile In 2:35 nnd Died.
rSFECUL TELEOIUM TO THE DISFATCH.1i
Lexington, June 29.-P. Talbert's promis
ing green 5-year-old 'Mambrino stallion fell
dead here to-day after trotting a mile trial in
2.35. He was valued at $5,000. He was out of
Silverlock, dam of Silver Ore, 2:19.
The Carnegies will play at Uniontown on
The Virginia Stars beat the Hayratcers yes
terday by 2 to L
The Superior Athletics beat the Kings yes
terday by 21 to 5, ,
To-day's Association games: Brooklyns , at
Philadelphia; Cincinnati at Kansas City; Lonis
Tilles at St. Louis.
The St Pauls defeated the Beltzhoover
Blues yesterday by 11 to 8. Flaherty and Reilly,
of the St Pauls, did well.
The Plttsbnrg Locals would like to know the
address of the B. Vandergrifs. Address J. P.
Kerr, 73 Bedford avenue, city.
The Cllos beat the G. P. Smiths in an excit
ing game yesterday at Oakland by 8 to 7. The
Clios bad 10 hits and the Smiths 9, and each
had 3 errors.
The Eclipse CluD, of Allegheny City, and the
Uniontown Club, of the Western Pennsylvania
League, will play two games at Uniontown July
4 for championship honors.
The Electrics defeated the Oakland Blues
yesterdav by the score of 7 to 3. The Electrics
would like to hear from the G. G. O'Briens.
Address Steve Gnifen, 39 Boston street, city.
The William Nolans would like to hear from
all clubs under "18 years of age," including the
Browns,Hilltops and theShoenflelds preferred.
Address William Nolan, No. SOI Carson street,
a S., city.
The Standard Club, of this city, is securing
any amount of engagements with clubs in
Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio for
July and August The team is a good one and
worth playing with.
The Twentieth Street Stars defeated the
Castle Gardens by a score of 17 to 13 yesterday,
and would like to hear from the Beltzhoover
Blues. Address Joe Buch, No. 61 Nineteenth
street, Sonthside, Pittsburg.
The Milk Shakes defeated the Sbadysides in
a lively game by a score of 19 to 11; and they
would now like to hear from any other 16-year-old
club in tbe oity. Address all challenges to
Frank O'Neil, Penn avenue, between Twenty
eighth and Twenty-ninth streets.
CLOSING OUT ALL LIGHT-WEIGHT GOODS.
All our light-weight stock must be closed out within 10 days from now. Not a summer suit will be 1 elt in our store. We
have taken 12 large counters, placed our entire summer stock on them and marked them with prices low enough to tempt
"dyed in the wool" bargain seekers. Prices or no prices, light-weight goods must go, that's a settled fact. Now then, if you
are in need of a suit at all, give us a chance to show you the -suit we sell at $6, $8, $10 and $12, which price don't represent
the cost of the goods themselves.
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SUNDAY, JOTSE 30,
SPEEDY EL BIO BET.
The Remarkable Yotfngster Wins
Again at Chicago.
STARTING FOR THE BIG BATTLE,
The SnlliTan-Kilrain Parties Preparing; for
EXCITING1 TEOTTING AT FBANKMH
Chicago, Jane 29. The races at Washington
Park to-day drew an attendance of 12,000 spec
tators and were splendidly contested all
through. Tbe weather was hot and the track
very fast The principal feature was the per
formance of the great 2-year-old, El Rio Bey,
in conceding weights to all of his opponents in
the Kenwood stakes and winning In exceeding.
ly fast time, after a bard straggle with Protec
First race, purse (SOO, all ages, maiden and non
winning allowances, three quarters of a mile
Serenader won, Aloha second, YIdette third.
Second race, purse ftSOO. three nnartcrs of a mile
Irene won by a short length. Geraldlne second,
Marchburn third. Time, Isliii-
Third race, handicap sweepstakes. S15 each, with
$000 added, lnllo and an eighth Brldgellght led
Into the stretch with Bpnlta and zlyton alter
nately second and third. In front of the stand
Bonlta made a rush and won by two lengths,
while Elvton beat Brldgcllgbt a head for place.
Fourth race, Kenwood stakes, for 2-year-old
colts, $50 each.wltli si, 000 added, worth K.OGOto
the winner, five-eighths of a mile Ja Ka. Pro
tection and Honduras were first away. Protec
tion led at the half with Honduras second and Ja
Ka third. At the three-quarters Honduras was a
head in front or Protection with El Kio Bey third.
In the stretch It became a three-cornered light
betweentl Klo Bey, Protection and Penn P, and
at the end of a desperate race home El Klo Bey
won by a nose from Protection, with Penn P a
length farther back. El Klo Bey's performance
was 0ne of the greatest ever achieved by a 2-year-old.
Fifth race, handicap, sweepstakes for 3-year-olds,
810 each, with SMXI added, one mile In tbe
last furlong New Castle came out and won easily
by three lengths, with i'loodtltle second and
Brown Princess third. Time, V.CJi.
Sixth race, purse (600, maiden and non-winning
allowances, one and one-quarter miles Early
Dawn was never headed. Karnes made a great
effort to overhaul blm In the stretch with Call
cnte. but It was of no avail, and Early Dawn won
by two lengths, Callcnte second, Ladv Hemphill
third. Time, 2:03X.
Following are the entries for Monday's
Washington Park races:
First race, maiden 3-year-olds, one mile Cas
sella 112 pounds, Logic 112, The Deacon 112, Swamp
Fox 112, Devonie 107, Bondmaid 107, Etrurla 107,
Kate Malone 10A Plunder 112.
Second race, maiden 2-year-olds, five-eighths of
a mile Klro, 112 pounds; Uunwad, 111: Har
vester, 111: King Fortune, 111; Isaac Lewi;, 111;
Expense, 111; BUI Letcher. Ill; Little Kabblt, 108;
Sliver. 10S; Peerless, 103; Salute, 10S; Jessica, 1C8;
Edith Gray. 108.
Third race, extra, maiden 2-year-olds, five
eighths or a mile Silver King. Ill pounds; Abt
lone. 111; Tioga, 111; Prodigal son. 111: Mayor
Nolan, 111; Dilemma, 108; Ejalina, 108; bema
phore, 103; Mary Malloy, 108; Lottie S, 108; Sis
O'Lte, 108: Aunt Kate, 108.
Fourth race, handicap, one and one-eigbth
miles Bridgellght, 112 pounds: Big Three, 109;
Bonita. 108: Oarsman, US; Landlady, 101: Dad,
100: Gilford, 100: Glendale, 108; Bonnie King, 95.
Fifth race, selling, one mlle-Fostoral, 103
pounds: Ernest Kace, 103; Lizzie B, 105; Brewster,
3: btory Teller. 9J; Electricity, 90; Thankful, 90,
Chestnut Bell. 108.
Slvth race (extra), selling, mile St NMcX, 115
ponnds, Lilbcrtllz, Big Brown Jug 110, Glockner
106, Kedyar, 108, Goligntly 103. Mirth 101, Jakle
Seventh race, handicap, three-quarters mile
Pat Donovan 114 pounds, Bridgellght 114, Spin
nettelOS. Kate Bensberg 105, Castaway 105, Catal
na 106, Mabel 105, Von Tromp 103, Winona 103,
'torn Hood 103. Cupid 100, Jennie McFarland 100,
Leontine 98, Balance 98.
At Sbeepshead Bny.
Sheefshead Bat, June 29. The weather
was delightful here this afternoon. Major
Thomas, of Lexington, arrived here this morn
ing with Jewel Ban, who will start in the Reali
zation stakes Tuesday next. Major Thomas
was the owner of tbe celebrated horse Himyar.
The track was very fast
First race, seven furlongs Loanataka won in
1:28 1-5, Ban Cloche second. Jay F Dee third.
becqnd race, three-quarters of a mile Peters
borough won in 1:17, Livonia second, Drizzle
Third race, three-quarters of a mile Fides won
In 1:15, Sejmour second. Blue Rock third.
Fourth race, one and three-eighths of a mile
Flrenzl won In 2,24 1-5, Eurus second, Bella B
Fifth race, one and three-sixteenths of a mile
MONDAY,, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
THREE BARGAIN DAYS
At our store which should go hand in hand with the glorious Fourth., Note the prices:
" PRICES OP MEN'S SUITS FOR THE NEXT THREE DAYS.
Prices on Men's Suits for the next three days hammered clean down to the lowest
notch. All our finest suits included in this sale, suits which were never meant to sell
for less than $20, $25 and $30. Don't fail to see 'em. Imported Cheviots, Cassimeres,
Corkscrews, Worsteds, Tweeds and Serges complete the list. We've made up our mind
to dispose pf our entire summer stock and this is the sure way to do it
GRANT AND DIAMOND STREETS.
OPPOSITE THE NEW COURT HOUSE.
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My Own won In 2:04 2-5, Sam "Wood second, Pana
Sixth race, two miles, tnrf Selllck won in 3:34,
St.'Luke second. First Attempt third.
Some Rare1 Contests Arranged to Take
Place This Week
(SPECIAL TELEOEAM TO THE DISPATCH.
Franklin, June 29. The stake races at tbe
Driving Park in this city July 3 and 4 are ex
citing considerable interest among horsemen.
There has never been colt races held in Penn
sylvania, where the get of such famous sires
as Electioneer, George Wilkes, Nutwood, Red
Wilkes, Atlantic, Patron and others have been
entered in contents for yearlings 2, 3 and 4-year-olds
as tbere has been for these races, and
the result of these contests will be looked for
ward to with interest by all who are interested
in tbe development of tbe trotting horse.
Beside the above there are the 3.-00 minute,
2.15. 2:40 and 2.33 classes, for which some fast
horses are entered. Even money is being
wagered bere that the 300-roInute race will be
trotted in less than 233. On the Fourth there
is also a match race between the stallions
Crawford Wilkes, Reddymount and Base Line.
Many horses from a distance are already here,
and all are in fine condition.
OFF TO THE BATTLEFIELD.
Sullivan nnd Kllrain Stnrt for tho Scene of
the Fight To-3Iorrow.
fSPECTAL TXLEOBAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
New York, June 29. Charley Mitchell came
to town to-day to make final arrangements for
Kilrain's journey to New Orleans. This did
not take long and he left town at 330 o'clock.
It was arranged that Kllrain and his trainers
and a few friends, including Mitchell
and Johnny Murphy, should gqt
to New Orleans by the Police Gazette
special, which leavos this city on the Baltimore
and Ohio road at 8.30 o'clock on Monday morn
ing. The party will be in a special car at Bal
timore, which will be added to the train when
it reaches that city at 1:10 o'clock. Mitchell
said tbat Kllrain was in the pink of condition
and very confident
Tbe Sullivan train, which leaves bere on the
West Shore road at 8.30 to-morrow, may have
to wait over a whole day at Rochester. Mul
doon has been writing to Sullivan's backers
here protesting against his starting for the seat
of war so soon. The plan was that Sullivan's
special car should join this train on
Monday at Rochester. Muldoon wants
Sullivan to stay on tbe farm over
Monday and part of Tuesday, so as to get that
much more training. He proposes that the
specialleave Rochester on Tuesday afternoon
or evening. Tbe special will leave here to
night at the honr set anyway, and the question
oflaying over at Rochester will be left open
until it gets there. If they stay over the sports
can console themselves by seeing Sullivan
SULLIVAN IN SHAPE.
The Final Arrangements Being Made for the
Battle on July 8.
New Orleans, June 29. Preparations for
the Suliivan-Kilrain prize fight are progressing
smoothly. Bud Rennaud, who has charge of
the excursion, is receiving constantly applica
tions for tbe tickets and special cars. It is con
fidently expected that the fight will commence
at 8 A. M., and tho excursionists return to tbe
city by noon. The managers think there
will be 6,000 people at the ring side. Captain
Tom Jamieson, of Meridian, Miss., with 20
specials, will probably have charge of the police
regulations. Captain Jamieson is known as an
efficient and resolute officer, who can always
have a posse of good men at his command, and
should he undertake the job the very best order
will be assured.
J. W. Barnett who left John L. Sullivan
Wednesday evening at his training quarters in
New York State, arrived here this morning to
receive-notice as to the selection of the battle
ground. Being interviewed, Mr. Barnett said
that Sullivan never looked better than at
TROTTING AT NEW CASTLE.
Some Fine Sport Over Three Races An
New Castle, Pa., June 29. The summer
meeting at Highland Park took place this
afternoon and was meagerly attended. The
track was a little heavy but rather good. At
tho close of the last heat In the 2:40 trot Jennie
B's harness broke, the sulky was smashed and
there was a great danger of a collision. The
driver pluckily leaped on tbe horse's back and
got her stopped without an accident amid
deafenlng'cheers. Following Is the summary:
Z30 trot, purse t50 divided
Dick Turpln, . g., E. Vfl McGInnls 2 4 4
Flossie ST. ch. m.,'J. C. Starr I 1 1
Herman H, g John Bower 4 3 3
TommvH, b.b., W. L- Wilson. 5 5 5
Lulu Hontas. bit. m., SUE. Gallagher 3 2 2.
Time. Z-MK, 2:o9i, 2:55.
2:55 trot purse flOO, divided
Captain McGregor, b. h., Lynn Bros. J 5 S
BlfiyB,g., Cba. Cole 1 1 J
ChesterS, b. g., John H. Jones 2 2 3
A J. d. hi, E. K. Zelgler 3 i 2
Time, 2:49M, 2:50, 2:47Jj.
2:40 trot purse JIOO, divided
Hempneld B, blk. b E. H. Hanna.... J 4. 5
Viola Clay, b. m., J. H. Jones....- J.....1- 1 1
JeffSmlth, Wm. Clark t 3 2 2
Rockford, b. h., Kockpoint stock farm 2 3 4
JennicB, b.m., H. P. Bassett..... 4 6 3
Lou C. br. h., H. C Phen '. .. 5 S
Time, 4:4M, 4:4,, 4:4?.
THE COLUMBIA REGATTA.
Two Interesting Boat Races on the Alle
' gheny River Yesterday.
The Columbia Boat Club had quite an inter
esting regatta yesterday afternoon on tbe Alle
gheny. There were two races, the prizes being
silver cups. The first race was for novices, the
distance being one mile and return. John
Caskey won in 1 his opponent Henry
Erghten, making a "spill" at tbe quarter.
The second contest was a junior race, and
there were four contestants in it After a good
race. James Rowe won by four lengths; John
Wbalen was second. William Cavitt third and
Alexander McMullen did not finish. Time,
An Easy. Victory.
The Mt. Washington Athletics went down to
Bellevue yesterday .afternoon, and defeated
their boys by a. score of 16 to 5. Base hits
Mt Washingtonv8; Bellevues, 4. Errors Mt
Washlngtons, 5; Bellevnes, 11. Batteries Mt
Washlngtons, Stevens and Jessop; Bellevnes,
Fleming and Morgan, The large scorn of tbe
Mt Washlngtons was caused by loose fielding
of the Bellevnes, who went to pieces at critical
points. The feature of tbe game was the bat
tery work of tbe Mt. Washlngtons, Stevens
holding them down in fine style. Tho Mt
Washington play the Bennetts next Saturday.
Additional uportlng on fourteenth page.
Do Yon Catch On?
If so we shall recognize your good judg
ment next week when we meet you in one
of Gusky's $15 suits. Tbey are a bonanz.
IT MADE HIM FEEL SO JOLLY
What? Because he got his last summer's
suit that he had intended discarding,
Cleaned, Repaired and made to look like
new by DICKSON, the Tailor, of 63 Fifth
ave., cor. Wood st, second floor, and thus
saved himself -the cost of a new outfit.
Hence the Jolly Feeling.
Telephone 1558. je30-76
Odd Fellows Savings Bank. J
' PlTTSBtmo, June 29. Ii89. (
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
bank have this day declared a dividend
ot THREE (3) PER CENT on the capital
stock oat of the earnings of tbe first six months
payable on demand free of tax.
je30-118 F. E. MOORE, Cashier.
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MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
in a gran d and wonderful
variety. Men's Balbrig
gan Shirts and Drawers,
33c, 50c. Men's fine
Neckwear, 25c, 39c, 50c
Boys' Shirt Waists, 35c,
50c, 75c Men's Flannel
Shirts, 50c, 75c, $1. The
Boss White Shirt, $1.
Your choice during the
next 3 days of any light
colored Derby in our Hat
department at 31 50
Some of these hats sold
in season for $2 50 and $3
Come and make a selec
tion at One Dollar and
See our complete
line of TRUNKS,
Order Goods by Mail
if you live outside the
city. Goods" sent to
all parts of the U. S.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. i
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A nutritive tonic.
A restorative for the convalescent
Pint bottles, 60c. Fresh Beef, Sherry Wine
BITTER WINE OF IRON
A nerve tonic.
A blood maker.
Strengthens the nerve tissues.
Pint bottles, 75c J
WINE OF PEPSIN.-.
A digestive wine for dyspeptics. '.'
A potent remedy for indigestionrdyspepsm
and nausea. " fr.JLT'
Pint bottles, 73c -V -
These remedies aie used and prescribed by
the physicians of all schools in theirldailj ,
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WAWTED-A YOUNG MAN OF STEADY
habits at soap factory: steady employment
and good wages; one that speaks English ana Ger
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Brighton. Pa. je30-lll
WANTED - lmESSCUTnXO WILL BE
tinght the next 30 days for half price at
GARNIEU'S SCHOOL, 802 Penn ave. Lessons day
or evening. Je30-125
-Ttr A-NraD-OtXTIPTS FOR LARGE SEO
YV ON D story front room: handsomrlv fur
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tions. Address EAST l'AKK, Dispatch office.
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familv for general housework In Beaver
county. Address CHRISTINE GKUBEB, care of
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MONTGOMERY AVE. je3W19
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VV shaped, young, dark bay or dark dapple
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Duquesne Lodce No. 32, 1. O. O. F will hold
a picnic THURSDAY. JULY 4. at Valley
Grove, Hulton station, on the A. V. R. R. All
are invited. Tickets, 50 cents. jeSU-120
SPARTAN LEGION NO. 7.
TWO BANDS. . TWO PLATFORMS,
GRAND CONCERT on the grounds during
entire day bv Select Knights Band. 25 pieces.
REFRESHMENTS served by the Legion on
Match game of baseball at 2 P. V.
FARE FOR ROUND-TRIP. 65 CENTS.
CHILDREN'S ROUND-TRIP, 50 CENTS.
Regular trains leave Pittsburg at 8:05 a. M.
and 1:20 p. M., Allegheny at 8:15 A. M. and 1-2B
p. it. city time
Special train leaves Plttsbnrg at 9 A. Jf. and
Allegheny at 9:10 A. jr.. city time, and stopping
at Washington ave.. Woods' Hun, Bellevue,
Sewickley, Rochester, New Brighton and Ken
wood. Returning, trains leave grove -at 7:30 and 9 38
p. 31., city tim.
Excursion rates from all points on tbe road.
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