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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, .OCTOBER S9, 1892.
DSTONS SCORE ONE
?hc Glcrelands Downed in a
Another Battling Good
2BR0BSL0ST TEE CONTEST
plendid Kacing at Washington and
Track Kecords Broken.
3CBETT KOT EAGER FOR JACKSON.
Cclored Cliampien Coming1 to
Jamfs J. Hake a-JIatch.
'.XEBAL SPOTTING XEVS OF TnE DAT
tSPECfAtr TTUMTUOt T0TItE DISPATCH.)
levelaSD, Oct. 1& Over 7,000 spec
ors wen!" away irfm the ball grounds
s aitcrnooS'witli prieffrnawinsr at their
trts. Cleveland had lost the first game,
' because it htf been badly outplayed,
, If anything, thfi-playing honors belong
Cleveland, but because Boston, as usual,
' all the luck. It va Tebjau's fumble,
-tue's mnffof athroxrn ball and Bully's
g hits that dfdall tlie mischief. The
ter iound Clarkson as easy to bat as he
fn the old days wh?n he was a member
Jie Chicago team, and1 he put all his hits
good advantage, as two of them were
ie after t&e errors mentioned above,
ijle on the thifcf he got to third base and
died home on Xttsfr's Aine single to right.
;ras a better game to look at than the one
the day before, because .there was more
itement in it
Cle elands Made a K."lly.
n the ninth inning Cleveland came so
r defeating Boston, with all the latter's
3, that Mike Kelly called Staley in, held a
ncilofwarand Anally decided to let him
tlnue. Even at that the Cleveland! team
aid have tied the score but for a hasty
ision given by Umpire Gaflwey, who
led McAleer out when the chasnees are
n that he was safe.
hlle the Bostons hit Clarkson for ten
they did not hit the ball tlrsoujrnouc
game nlth the same force that charac
zed the workor the Clevelands. Time
r time a Cleveland batter would mvxke a
mlnglv safe hit, hut it would either co
ome fielder or a phenomenal play wovjld
made. Indeed, in the ninth innib'g
tuc made by all odds the best hit or the
ie bo lar as length and force was con
icd, hut Dully pot under the ball after a
and made a beautiful catch. All tho
s Cleveland got were earned and the two
jrs made by Boston had no effect upon
(core. Zlmmer ran bases with ery
r judgment, and tho loss of one run tor
teiand can be uttiibuted to his stupidity.
Hits That Counted Buns.
i tho first inning Long and McCarthy
lied a couple of singles in snecession,
g getting to third and scoring on Duffy's
x McAleer. In the third Clarkson made
tautlfnl stop of Long's lino drive, but
uo muffed the throw, and Long scored
Juffy's three-base hit. Cleveland earned
un on a single by Zlmmer, double by
kson and Burkctt's fly to Lowe. In the
th McKciu's base hit. Virtue's sacrifice
McAltet's hit to left held earned Cleve-
s second run. In the fifth, with one
out, Teleau fumbled McCarthy's
d hit, and he scored on Duffy's double
?t the left field lence. Cleiel-ind
1 have had a run in the sixth, hut VI r-
' too far off first, and was caught on
'he eighth Duffy began with a three-
-enlr to rtglitfield, and scored on hash's
hif lu the same direction. In the ninth,
two out, O'Connor put a single over
-i, and came home on Zimmer's triple
t the left field fence. Clarkson hit
.11 so hard at Staley that he fumbled it,
ing managed to get it in time to throw
prouablo that Stivetts will pitch to-
jn 's game lor lioston, out xne ijievo
pitchjr has not yet been decided up in.
by the weather clerk.
'ELAND It B PA E' BOSTON It B F A S
Is. J..... 0
ett. 1... 0
s. 3 0
au, 3.... 0
ean. s.. 1
ie, 1 0
leer, m. 0
nnor, r. 1
aer, c... 1
.son, p. 0
0 Lonp. 2
0, Met artliy, r 1
IJullj, m 1
Kelly, c 0
Nash. 3 0
Lowe, L... 0
Tucker, R... 0
Quinn 2.... 0
btalcy, p.... 0
3 10 21 9 1 Total 4 10 27 16 2
land 0 0 110
n I 0 10 1
ika Y Earned runs Cleveland.
0 0 1-3
0 1 0-4
wo-hase hits Zlmmer. Clarkson, Duffv.
l baes Keur. Left on hases Cleveland, 5:
tn, 7. Mruck out Kcllv. Nash, Lowe.
F. 3. First base on balls, Clillds. Quinn.
.e plats-McCartlij to 'luckei. Tnuu of
One hour .iud J5 minutes. Umpires -Mc-laud
Beat the Duquesnes Again.
sterday afternoon, at Marlon station,
Duquesne College once mure lowered
ilors to the Holy Ghost College nine,
latter outplaj ed their opponents at all
ts. In the fourth inning, at a critical
ient, by the biilliant triple play ofMc
er, Busch and Dunlevy they letircd the
icsnes without scoring. The score:
GhotCol'e?e 3 2 0 2 12 4-14
esiie,Co!lejre 1 2 0 0 3 0 17
.erlei-For the lloly Gbot Oillexe. Hc-on
yan; for the TlsiTors, Anderua and Pier&on.
Kail Players Go Home.
uley Faircll and Louis Blerbauer, of
local 'club, left lor their respective
:s yesterday. Farrell declined to sign
ontract offered him, but it is thought
he will bo In line be lore next spring,
ley will stay in Pittsburg for a few
s, at least that Is his luteutlon.
TOX has chalked Joe Quinn's hat and he. will
,VE will resume his place at third in some
ManeuTille team defeated the Kane team
da by 15 to 1.
tK IJalpwiv does not Intend to sign a con
antll uext spring.
HUB Inwiv will coach the University of
j lranla club as usnal.
rut Ki.o. or tht-New Yo-k team, has re
I to Ms home I.i this city. lie states that all
!w Vork plavera have received their salaries,
s not s'gned for next year.
Louisville club just now Is In great demand,
rhas friends who want to buy it on the
hand, two syndicates of moneyed men are
S to take the club off the present owners'
and trire Manager Chapman complete cou
The present owners do not want to sell.
Kcsults at Lexington.
isotoit, Oct. 18. Following were the
,s of the races here to-day:
: race, selling, purse 300, threc-qcarters of
.--Salvation 104. Goodale. won: Vlrgle D
to 1. second by a length and a half; bellna D
olS,tuird bvaneck. Time. 1:15. FannieS,
.ke, Emma Louise, Beiunett Young and Car
jt also ran.
ad race, purse J300. fifteen sixteenths of a
Irian Chief 112. Judson, won In a drle
ose; General Mllrs 112. Freeman. 40 to 1,
b two lengths'; FllUJe 109, Washam, 9 lo 5,
whipping. Amorcan aboran. Time. l:3C'i.
1 race, handicap, puree HjV. one mile and a
ith Lake Breeze 14. Blchlc. 2!j to 1, won
tngbva.nose; benorita III', Bryant, 3 to 1,
uya'ieugth: Bob L 105, Goodale, 2)a to 1,
y a length. Time, 1:4SV
th race, selling, purse ,300, one mile Cal
10, Goodale,3 too, won byleugth and a half,
up: bellna D 110. T. Brown. 7 to 5, second
e lengths: Palidln 1C9. Ballock, 40 lo 1.
Time, 1:I3!. First Lap also ran.
race, purse f3(fl, five and one-half furlongs
ptlonlto.Gooa.ile. 4 to 5. won by half a length
f; Belfast IX. Meux. 12 tol, second by two
l; Boundless ins. Uryant. Vi to 1. third bra
and a hair. Time, 1:10. Lottie, Adora, Fay
bally Ii. also ran.
About Starter Kowe.
Toek, Oct. 18. Special. There Is no
ig the fact that Starter Eowe has
1 an unqualified success as a starter of
orse", or that he is a gentleman in
sense or the word, but that ha has aUo
pjnstly severe in fining Jockeys $250
for a single offense is apparent to any
inded person. McCafferty lias been a
I mark for Mr. Bowe. Of a long sea
rork, the major part of which has
brilliant, this -unjust fining rof tbe
t li , tua, only aemenc mat can ue
crodltcd to Mr. Howr". In evorv other re-i-pccr
Ins u ok us a racing cDIclal lias been
TRACK RECORDS AND TALK.
Exciting Races at "Washington and Some
f Local Records Are Broken.
TVashisqtox, Oct. 13 Tho second day of
the Washington Jockey Club's meeting was
n great success. The promise of an excel
lent day's sport brought a very large crowd
to tho track, and as four out of five favorites
carried off tho purses everyonewas well
satisfied. Tho races were the best that have
been run on this track.
OJie finishes were closo and exciting, and
in tho mile and a mile and a six
teenth races the track tecordB were
broken, tho first " name distance
being covered in 1:42 and the latter In l:i9&
The bookmakers placed good odds against
the entries and the betting was brisk and
heavy. Tho track though still dnsty was
hotter than yesterday. The weather was
all that could be desired. Walcott was a
prime favorite for the opening dash, and
won ai he pleased. Osrlc, though conceding
ten pounds to every horse in tho six and a
half fnrlmu? dash, was looked upon to win
and crossed the line ahead by a half length.
Cottonade got away last, but ran a game
race, finishing second by three lengths.'
Gloatr.ins. at 3 to 1, earned a great deal of
money for the mile, and was never headed.
Middleton only managed to secure the S-year-old
race bv a now from Mai shall.
Carlsbad, at 3 to 5, took tho last race easily.
First race. pure S500. selline. for 3-year-olds and
upward, six furlonR Walcott 111, Doiorett, first;
hlrrocco ice. i.aiubiey. cond: Lyceum J10. Sims,
third Onward. Helen Bose. Mr. Sass, Srracuse.
Lallan and i,adv Allen also ran. Time, 1:M!(.
l'ol btttlnif Walcott, 4 to 5; Mr. Sass. S to 2; Ly
ceum. 5 to 1: Onward. 5 to 1: Helen ltose, 12tol;
fclrrocco. 12 to 1; Svraruse. 10 to 1; Lilian, SOtol,
and I.sot Allen. l(Xi to L Mutuals paid. J3 35.
second race, purse 300, ror 3-year-olds, penalties
nmi .iinwMnM .!- hair fnrlnniys Osrlc 117. Taral.
llrst: Cottonade let. W.MJdjreley. second: Xoclbar-
I-auBlilnp i ater and Dora AV ran. Time. 1:22'
inst twttinir! f isrlr.2 to 5: Cottonade 4 to 1: Iocl
barren. 5 to 1: Thiers L. .1 to 1: Plenty, U to 1;
tuerT, 15 to 1; Laughing AVater, 30 to 1; Dora W.
Third race, handicap sweepstakes, 10 with 1700
adi"ed. for all aites. one mite Gloaming 95. IV.
MidKeley, first: Lowlander 116. G. Taylor, second:
Michael 115. Taral. third Key West and Fldello
also ran. Time. 1:42. Tost beulnfri Mlehael even;
Lowlander, 5 to 1; Gloaming. 3 to 1; Fldello, a to 1:
Kcv est. 15 to 1.
Fourth race, imrw J5C0, for I-year-olds, selling,
five rnrloncs-MIddleton 105, blms, first: Mar
shall 107. Dogtr. second: Orphin VS. W.MIdpeley.
third. Pansy. Our Macule. Sliellr Tuttle and For-Ket-Me-Not
also ran. Time, l:eiH. Post betting:
Middleton. 4 to 5: Marshall, 2tol: Orphan. 8tol.
Filth race, purse JoOO. for 3-vear-oId and up
ward, one and one-sixteenth miles Carlsbad
lis. Taral. first: Versatile 112. G. Taylor. second;
Algoinir 90. W. Mldgciev. third. Void. Charade
and Belle D also ran. Time. 1:4'. Post betting:
Carlsbad, 3 to 5; Versatile, 4 to 1; Algomar, JO to I.
WAsnntGTO, Oct 18 Following are
entries for to-morrow's races:
First race, six furlongs Tormentor 127. Dr. Hae
hronck 12, Maid of Athens 109. Jacqueline 109,
Lilal09. Lizettal04. Grace Brown 92.
Second race, one mile Pratber 107, Milt Tocos;,
Mr. bass. St. Joe. Mattel 105 each. May Bird loi,
Tfinnl.ia4 Fe-ol93. Liarchmont 97.
Ihirdrace. mile and a furlonf Diablo 112, C;
sure 110. Tom Rogers IOj, Uloauilng 104.
pocket IKS, l nomas juj
Fourth race, six furlongs Emln Bey 118, Sport
11(1 Llsclg lug. iieraid lui
Allee colL InsroL
lioinan, baladln 93 each. May Lose 95.
Fllui race, one inue ana a nan, nuraie rjcarre
154, Can Can MA LlJerol49. Landseer 130, MaryT,
EOSE SENSATIONAL XK0TIING.
directum Eednces tholV-orld's Kecord for
Tliree-Year-Olds to 3:11 1-4.
NjUJitviLLE, Tex.. Oct. 18. Again sensa
tional racing was in order at Cumberland
Park, and another world's record was
lowered two seconds. This was in the stake
race for 3-year-olds, it being tho first meet
ing of tho cracks, .Directum, 23 and Ken
tucky TJtrion, 2:14J.f. The betting was heavy,
Directum being tbe favorite. At the word
Doth rushed away head and head, the pace
to tho quarter beins :32J and the half was
reached iu 1 04. This clip was too fast for
the filly and she broke badly. Directum win
ning Jn a jog. Time, 2:15.
The second and thltd heats were battle
roval, but Directum won tbo thitd heat In
2:11, thus reducinuthe race recotdfor his
age two seconds. Belle At cher was on her
good behavior and won the postponed race
easily, reducing her record: to 2:123. Her
owner backed her heavily and is a large
Hal Pointer easily defeated Guy in the
mile dash, paciny.in 2:04. thus lowering his
own record. Maijy outside watches made it
faster. Ma9cot, the famous pacer that was
matched against Hal Pointer, is slightly
better. He will be shipped home to Buffalo
as soon as be recovssts sufficiently. The at
tendance was large and the weather per
fect. The events for Jo-mrrow include an
effort by Nancy itartks 12-01) to beat her own
record, and the 219 uta-e race, in which
Martha Wilkes (2-03) :tnd Kremlin, the win-"
ner at Lexington, will ineea lor tho first
time, bummary: '
2:15 class, trotting, purse ?l,000
Belle Archer....4 1 t llAline .,...., 2,3 2 2
Fred S. Wilkes.. 1 4 4 3 BonnleWilmoreS 2 8 4
Time. 2:15. 2:12V. 2:14, 2:13H.
2:35 class, stake 17.500 for 3-year-old trottersjl, 500
reserved lor consolation purse
Prince Herscbel.. 7 6 5
Volta 5 7 7
Fanny O 8.9 9
Lallan Wilkes 10 dls
Alice Carneal. 41s
Kentucky Union.. 8 2 2
TrevlUan 2 3 6
Ambrosial 3 4 3
Henrlei 9 6 9
Parole 4 9 8 Jennie Wynne.... ells
Time. 2:15, 2.12. 2:Il'i.
BlMlle dash lor yearlings, pacers stake race
Mi Lady. llBrookside 3
Winnie :Firc Fly . 4
2.1e.ass trotting, mile dash, purse JG00
Fli l.Ilow Bells ,.4
Lallah Wilkes 2 Oddity o
Baroa Posey 3
Hal Pointer 1 Guy 2
Time by quarters. :32. 1:02. l:33)f, 2.04Jf :
Two-year-old stake unfinished
Bonnie Bell 1 5Albert HaU 5 3
Vldla 2 1 McGintv Dls.
Joe Wilkes 4 2iLlzzleMac Dls.
To Order 3 4
Time. 2:l!i, 2:20M.
On Belmont Track.
PniLADEtrniA, Oct. 13. The unfinished 2-27
pacing race at Belmont Driving Park was
w on to-day by Flax II.it after two heats had
been paced. Tho talent were given a sur
prise in the 2 race by LinKwood Chief
winning in three straight heats over tho
favorites, Florilla and Frazie. The 2.22
i nacing race anu me n, iruifbiuK mutj wuru
j both unfinished wnen darkness came on
and went oier until to-morrow. The sum
maries: 2:27 class, pacing; purse f 300.
Flax HaU 2 1 1 2 1 1'fod Mohawk.3 3 3 12
Mourove 1 2 2 13
Time. 2:2 a. 2:2GV. 2.24M.
2:3 class, purse $300.
Llnkwood Chief.. I 1 '1
Fin Fan 7 6 8
Mascotte Bob 6 10 10
Mammle...'. 5 2 3
Cocnette 13 8 2
Wineshade 2 9 C
Olga 11 13 7
ii. uay io 7 ix
Uaprlcc 9 12 11
Frank Walklll....l0 11 14
Frazie 14 15 dr
Comet 3 3 4
Bay Thornwood.. 4 14 u
Florilla 12 4 13
Wick C S 5 5
Time. 2:21m. 2:21 . 2:lS5f.
2:22 class, pacing; purse JJ-00. (Unfinished.)
Belton 1 1 SIBob Ingersoll 3 4 S
Dude 2 2 1 George Sherman. .4 3 o
L.J. S 5 5 2IutPrince 8 6 4
Time, 2:17, 2:17Ji, 2:16.
More Thoroughbreds Sold.
- ncNTra's roisT,N.Y.,Oct. 18. Another rep
resentative crowd of owners and breeders
of thoroughbi eds was on hand at Tatter
sail's paddocks when the sale of the Algeria
stud was resumed this afternoon. Tne sale
was 03 follows:
Ited Girl. ch. m.. by Duke of Magenta-lmp. Mal
Tlna, Atirnst Belmont. J900; Keel Dance, cli. in. ,
by War Cance-Blancne liosseau, August Belmont,
11,1(10: chestnut filly by Imp. Kantaka-Beel Dance,
W. II. Sanils, ftOO: Sauta Luca, Imp. ch. m.. by
Lord I.Ton-Lady JIargarette, W. Lakeland. S7.4U0:
bay filly by AJgerlne-lmp. ban la Luca, J, B.lligln,
12.500: Scottish Lass, Imp. b. m.. by Scottish CuleF
Imp. Doncasler Lass, W. Laleland. (3,000; brown
IlliT, by Imp. ltayon D'Or-lmp. Scottish Lass. V.
Lakeland, 300; Sheboygan, U- m., by Virgil
Sllllic. J. V. H. Forbe.. fLOOO: bay or brown HUy,
by Imp. Havon D'Or-Sheboygan, Is. 8. Thompson,
$sX: baucy Lass. b. m..by Ijiii. Mortemer-Bertha,
E. S. Gardner, $3,000; bay or brown colt by Imp.
ltayon D-Or-Saucy Lass, Milt Y-oung. fTOO: Story
Teller, ch. m. by&tores-Aellle D, J. T. Stewart.
ISoO; bpalic B- in., by Imp. Leamington-Mary
Olart, Jlilt Young. J700; Sunny Side, b m..bylmp.
Mortemer-i;! Dance, Y. H. Forbes, 13,500: Three
Ciiccrs. eh. in., by Imp. Ilnrrah-Cbance. C.J. Kn
right. 700; Turmoil ch., by Imp. Bayou D'Or
Lllly K, J. B. llaggln. J3.500: Twfllght, b, m.. by
Algerlne-EIla T, V. J. Enrlght, S3,300; chestnut
colt, by Imp. Hopeful-Twilight, Joshua llonier,
The Big Foot Race.
Courtney's backer has raised a strong ob
jection to tho postponement of the foot
race between Courtney and Priddy, Dut tbe
matter will be amicably settled. Friddy
will allow Courtney his expenses to come
here on account of the postponement and it
is understood that the oner will be ac
cepted. Prlddy Is rapidly setting Into first,
class condition and the week's delay will
Corbett Once Store.
Bostox, Oct. Ja Corbett, tbe clian
telegraphed A, W. ,
pugilist, to-day teleeraplHd a, W. Cpok,
proprietor of a sporting paper hore, that he
would accept Peter Jackson's offer as goon
as his theuttical contract expired.
THE KEYSTONE'S HILL CLIMB.
Several New Members Elected and Other
The Keystone Bicycle Club at Its meeting
last evening decided to ask all participants
In the cycling parade to witness their hill
climbing contest on Boup street and further
decided to Berve a lnncbeon at their new
clubhouse, Hpwe street, at 1:43 r. ir. sharp,
to which all wheelmen are invited. The fol
lowing named ladles and gentlemen wore
elected to membership; Mrs. J. B. Eaercher,
Mrs. J. W. McGowln, Miss Lllla Tanner,
Messrs. W. C. Fownes, n. S. Patterson. V.
C. Mellor. II. A. McCall, U.-R. Buchan, L. K.
Stout, J. S. McUloskey, B. W. Bayley.
The committee Irom the Allegheny
Cyclers and the Keystone Bi-Club in charge
of parade matters decided yesterday to mi
nts h bunting and ribbon, free of oost, to all
ridels taking part. All wheelmen are re
quested to register at bicycle agencies,
where lists may be found.
still ahotheb: BLUFF.
Corbett Does Not Want to Fight Jackson
Until Next October.
Chicago. Oct. 18. The London aorfjman
telegraphed an otter for a match between
Corbett and Jackson. The offer was from
the National Club or London for $20,000 for a
match between tho men and guaranteed
Jackson all the betting and backimr that
Corbett reqnires. Tho following reply was
sent by Corbett: . .
"My theatrical contracts prevent me from
fighting for a year. When I am ready I will
fight Mr. Jackson in the club that offers the
largest purse and as much money over $10,
OuO as he wants on tne outside providing it is
impossible for me in the meantime to force
Charles Mitchell to flsht. I am of the opin
ion that I can iret more money from the
Athletic Club of New Orleans to fight Mitch
ell than any other man in tbe world."
A Very Cheap Trip.
SoMEKvuiE, N. J., Oct. 18. Harry Hlllard
Wylie, with only 10 cents in his pocket,
passed through here on his bicycle yes
terday en route to Chicago. He is trying to
show how cheaply a man can beat his way
on a wheel. This is the outcome of a w ager
between two rival firms, one of whose
wneels Wylie is riding. The plucky
rider left New York early and
met with his first difficulty in en
deavorlni; to beat his way across the ferry.
He carries a little book in which he tecords
tho name of every person who aids him
with a nickel or lodging. His cheek and
wheel comprise his stock In trade. He ex
pects to go through Philadelphia, Hagers
town, Md.; Wheeling, W. Va.; Columhus, O.,
and Indianapolis. Mr. Wjlle has only re
cently completed a trip from New YorK to
Washington and return with a total expend
iture or only SO cents. He carries no bay
gage except a rubber coat.
Of Interest tn Wheelmen.
Attorney Joseph Feltwell settled a case
yesterdaywhich is of importance to bicycle
riders. On last August 22, Lew Miller was
aiding across tbe street at filth avenue and
Market when a carriage in charse of a col
ored driver and containing Mrs. Sarah Pai ks
and Mrs. Holmes ran into Miller's bicycle,
breaking the hind wheeL The League of
American Wheelmen took up Millers case
and damages were sued for. The claim was
granted yesterday through the efforts or
No Board of Control.
New York, Oct. 18 ISpecial. Present in
dications warrant the in eduction thattueio
will be no Board of Control next year.
Turfman, Ed Cortlgan, of Chicaco, states
that he has assurance from this city to the
effec t that he will he victorious in his suit
against the Coney Island Jockey Club. If
snch proves to be a (act, ana Corrlgan's in
formation comes from an authoritative
souroe, the outlawed horseman can legally
compel tho association governed by the
Board of Control to accept their entries.
Southern Football Game.
There was an interesting football camo at
Servance, Tens., last Saturday between the
University of the Soutb and Vunderbllt
University teams, in which a number of
young Pittshurgers took part. The Univer
sity at the South team won by 24 to 4.
Coming to right Corbett.
Lojtdo, Oct. 18. Peter Jackson, the
colored pugilist, -will sail for New York to
morrow. Tbe object of his visit is to-arrango
for a fight with Corbett.
SUscelusieons Sporting Notes.
George Herd c-Corbett did knock Sullivan
down. A. wins.
A half brother to Flying Jib has beemchrlst
ened Kcvcnue Cutter.
A subscripek The time for each Is 2:09. Nancy
Hanks and Mascot have the records.
When Nancv Hants made her mark of 2:04' at
Terre Haute, she weighed 850 pounds.
The Pittsburg Athletic Juniors want to play any
local football team, Rugby rules, whose members
do not each average 100 pounds lu weight.
A cobrfefondint wants this statement pub
lished. "Corbett Is a good staed bluffer. What Is
the use of bis being called champion if he cannot
defend the ti tier"
Jim Hall cables from England that he will light
Filzslmmons next March for the purse offered by
the Olympic Club of New Orleans, Mr. Fox has
nounea I'resideut i;nas. rfoeu
' Youvo MiTcnyLL j esterdav drewlown the for
feit of 8oOO which ho had posted ror a match with
Alex. Urcggalns. at 154 pounds, for $3, 000 a side.
Greggaius left for the ast to-day.
Willie Dat. ofBergen Point, is In good form,
and his admirers are confident he will win the ten
mile championship of the Amateur Athletic Union,
-which occurs on Saturday at Manhattan Field. He
will meet Edward Carter, Tommy Conneff,
Thomas O'Keefe. W. Orton, J. Walsh, HJert
berg, and other noted athletes who are entered.
Tne movement which has been set on foot by C.
C Hughes to have the maximum value of prizes
donated for amateur athletic contests Increased
from 135 to $30 will be considered at the next meet
ing of the A. A. U. or tbe United States. The
proposition Is meeting with the general approval
or all interested In amatcisr sport and wUl no
donbt be unanimously passed on by the A. A. U.
Ocean Steamship Sailings.
Panla Kew Tork Sclllr.
Spree New Tork Southampton.
Elbe -New York Bremernaven.
Pennsylvania Philadelphia. ...Antwerp.
Circassla Glasgow hew York.
AH EMIGEAHT CATECHISM
Prepared for the Use of Steamship
parties' Ticket Agents.
New York. Oct. JS. Special. Commis
sioner of Immigration John B. Weber and
the Legislative Committee of tbe steamship
conference met to-day and azrecd upon a
list of 21 questions to be 'propounded to emi
grants in Europe by tbo sub-ticket agents of
the steamship companies. The ticket agents
will be required to fill out the question
forms in duplicate, so that n copy may be
sent to tne Immigrant authorities of the
American port to which the emigrant is des
tined. Tho object or the questions is to pre
vent tbe departure from .European ports of
paupers, ex-convicts, contract laborers and
persons suffering from disease, Instead of
stopping them on this side, as heretofore,
and sending them'backat the expense of the
steamship companies. These ate the most
Is passage paid throngh to destination? Who
baa furnished the money lor passagef btateifany
portion of this was contributed bv Government,
parochial authorities, or any charitable institu
tion? If prepaid in America, give name and ad
dress of sender.
Are you In good health
Are yon, or any members of your family going
with yon, crlppks or persons subject to any dis
ease, mebtal or physical
Hare you. oranyof tbe members of roue family
going with you, ever been Imprisoned or iu any
asvlum or charitable Institution?
What relatives hare you In America?
Have you, or have any ofyour relatives for yon,
made an agreement to work for any person, Ann.
or corporation In America? If ducIi an agreement
exists, give particulars and the names of tbe party
VIIUIUCS 1W nuuiUJUUNC IV 1UK.
What occupation do you Intend lo follow In
Have you ever been in America before? If so,
How much money do you. expect to have on
reaching yonr destination?
Are you a polygamlst? ,
Don't Take the Bisk
Of fire or thieves, but keep your valuable
papers, bonds, eta, in the safe depositvanlts
of the Farmers' Deposit National Bank, 66
Fourth avenue. Boxes rented at IS a year
Hats at 85c, all colors and black. Come and
tee. E. S. Giles,
92, M and 96 Federal street,
Hotha Being In Your Fors,
Do not worry; bring them to 707 Penn ave
nue., uamage repaired at atnae.
" II Aa UnAt?WTYasss A AtaaWlfauail. Ml Llini. uu uuau ITsTsTsTsKWBBia aTHWM. AtlaTsKUBtlsSBisTs. lsTsTiaTsaJSjTLriiTaW -tv." .,. C- -. J y if --, . -!.i . ,-, -'r.
Austrian Officials Bag a Big:Ganj
of Kidnapers "Who
SUPPLIED SLAVES FOR RAREMS.
Tales of tbe Escaped to Be Retold at tbe
Trials of the Accused.
BAD WATER THE CA0SE4OF CHOLERA'
Vienna, Oct. 18. Much has "been said
and written regarding the sale of girls to
the harems of the East, bat it has not been
generally believed that any such custom
obtained in Europe. Considerable of a sen
sation has been caused by the discovery that
there has existed for a Ion? time in Austrian
Galicia a regularly organized gang of kid
napers ti ho have made it their business to
supply the demand for girls for the harems
of wealthy Turks in Constantinople.
This gang, composed of men and women,
were making large sums of money through
'their traffic in young girls. They would
visit the various towns in (ialicia and mace
the acquaintance of the prettiest and most
shapely young girls. Then they would
hold out to them in glowing colors the
money and fine clothes to be had, the lives
of leisure to be led if tbey would go to Con
stantinople, where rich men were awaiting
a chance to marry them. How many ot the
girls fell into the trap will probably never
bo known, but it is eertain that the number
is large, for since the workings of the gang
have become known CO of the -victims have
been released from various harems in Con
stantinople through tbe efforts of the Aus
trian Embassy there.
In some cases where the girls were par
ticularly attractive and retused to listen to
the proposals made to them the gang did
not hesitate to forcibly abduct them. Then
they would be drugged and when they
gained full possession of their senses they
lound themselves immured within harem
walls, doomed to a late worse than death.
Their laugnage was not understood and
their appeals for release fell on deaf ears.
Some of the stories told by the released
girls regarding their treatment by their
masters are horrible.
As soon as the facts became known io the
authorities 'they "began to search for the
members of tbe gang and before long they
had 27 persons in custody. They are now
awaiting trial at Lemberg, .the capital of
Austrian Galicia, and it is expected that
many ol their victims will testily against
them. ' i
FBENCH LABOR TE0TJBLES.
Arbitrators Appointed to Act on the Claims'
of the Miners.
Pasis, Oct. la The Chamber of Depov
ties opened to-day after the recess. Nearly
all the members were present, as it was ex
pected that an attempt would be made to
overthrow tbe Government on tbe question
of the labor troubles at Carmaux. AH the
members of the Ministry were present.
The public galleries were crowded. M.
Dupuy Da Temps, Socialist, submitted an
interpellation regarding the position of- the
Government in regard to the situation at
A protracted debate on the interpellation
followed, which was finally brought to an
end by Baron Eeille, Chairman of the Car
maux Mining Company, declaring that the
company was willing to arbitrate the ques
tions at issue between itself and the miners.
The Chamber appointed M. Loubet, the
Prime Minister, and JI. Viette, Minister ot
Public Works, as arbitrators. M. Baudin
agreed to act as arbitrator in behalf of the
miners. -. . ,
Said to Have Caused the Outbreak
Cholera at Marseilles. '
Paris, Oct. 18. Dr. Brouardel reports
that tbe outbreak of cholera in Marseilles
resulted from the pollution of drinking
water with sewage. Measures have been
taken to remedy this effect. Nine suspici
ous deaths were reported in Marseilles on
Monday. The total number of deaths from
cholera in France since April is 3,184.
Emperor William has sent $12,600 to the
Hamburg Senate requesting that it be ex
pended in relieving distress among the
families of those who have died from
EtJSSIA IS XEDDURQ.
The Quarrel Between Greece and Konma
nla Caused by the Bear.
London, Oct. 18. The "Vienna corres
pondent of tbe Tunes says: "It is surmised
that Bussia inspired Greece's quarrel with
Boumania. It is also possible that M.
Tricoupis, the Greek Premier, wished to
divert public attention from the serious in
ternal situation in Greece. In anv case,'
the move is no canse for undue alarm,"
Ihe Standard's Vienna correspondent
says that the Greek-Boumanian quarrel is
purely over a judicial issue, and that it
will probably end in arbitration.
HUHTIHG W. B. DAVIS' BELATIVES.
A. Letter 'Which Was Fonnd on a Victim of
the Western Beserve Wreck.
Oil City, Pa., Oct 18. ISpccial. The
officials of the Oil City Savings Bank hare
received the following letter, which may
lead to the identification tof the man men
tioned, and the whereabouts of his surviv
Grakd Rapids, Mick, Oct. It, 1892.
Oil City Savings 'Bank: Gentlemen We
have found and buried a bodv supposed to
be one of the people of the steamer Western
Beserve, wliloli sank outside of this place,
who had on his person a certificate of de-
Sosit, No. 8957, with the name of W. &, Davis,
rawn from your bank. We have no trace of
his relatives. Could you Inform us of any in
that city? Ills funeral expenses, everything
included, amount to this certificate of $100.
Signed by Enos Pettlpreau, bupervlsor of
Burt township, Alger county, Michigan.
Tbe ibank officials know nothing abont
the man excent that he made the denoslt
of?1001ast July, taking a bank book, and
on the 18th of June he took the certificate
of deposit, numbered as stated.
A H0ESS THIEF EB0UQHI 10 BAT
Crashes the Skull of a Farmer's Son, In
jures the Father and Escapes.
Stjnbtjby, Oct. 18. Farmer Louis Boyer
and his son, Emery, bad a struggle with a
horse thiet in their barn at Point township
yesterday morning. They fonnd a stranger
about to steal a valuable horse. Boyer and
his son attempted to stop him.
The tbief seized a heavy piece of iron,
and after crushing tbe boy's skull in and in
juring the father, escaped. A. posse of
larmers baa scoured tbe mountains, but
have thus far failed to capture the fugitive,
Young Boyer died within half an hour.
The Size of the Earth.
To us who live upon it the earth seems to
be a very large affair, and men have boen
found who would be content to own as little
as a tenth of It In comparison with some
other bodies, however, it is small almost to
the point ot iniignificance. Five hundred
earths like our own placed side by side
could be easily encircled by the outermost
ring of Saturn; and if by any process we
could hollow out tbe sun, it would require
300,000 globei like our own to fill the space
Sie James H.. Aiken A Ca'i novelties
men's neokwsar, 100 Firth avenue.
1 Witt's Lime Xarlr. Risers. Kest? yiU;
For WaUm Bmmylcania,
Ohio and West Virginia:
Local Showers, Followed by
Clearing Weather Wednes
day Homings Cooler .West
rtTTRTttJBO. Oct.l8.-rhe Local Forecast Offleltl
1 of the Weather Bureau Jn this city furnishes the
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vet. is i&t. Oct. is. rax
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Maximum temp.. .. 78 01 Range...
Minimum temn 47.iiirrec....
Mean temp 62.5,
RIVER NEWS ASD NOTES.
Business Remains Pair, bnt the IVaterls
Getting Quito Loir.
JRpjtrlAI. TrUtCJlAiiS TO TJItt pratATC1.I
IOtnsviLLE, Oct. 18. Bnslues., fair. "Weather
cloudy and threatening rain. Ittvcr stationary,
with 8 Inches on tne falls, 3 feet in the canal and 3
.feet 3 Inches below.
Caplaln Ike Williams left forPIttsbnrg last night.
Departures For Cincinnati. Congo; for CaTollton.
Big Kanawha; for Evansvllle, J. T, Khea; for
.Kentucky river. Falls City.
IVIiafUpper Gauges Show.
BnowNRViLLE-Elver A feet 9 Inches aud, station
ary. Weather clear. Thermometer 7i at 6 P. M.
Wabekn Elver stationary at low water mark.
Weather clear and warm.
MOBOANTOWN Elver 4 feet 6 Indies and station
ary. Weather clear. Thermometer 68 at 4 p. M.
ALLEGdiENY Junction rtlier 5 Inches and I
fauuig. i;iear auu pleasant.
The News From Below.
ClKCUJNATl-Klver.4 feet and stationary Tvarm
bT. Louis Weather-warm: light rain. Kiver 5
feet and stationary.
Notes From the Itiver.
Tne Tide arrived this morning with teajoaded
Stage of water below Davis Island dam, 1.9 feet.
THE Charlie Hookeame down from the pools yes
terdav with a tow of coaU
Captain- Thomas Hunter., mate of the steamer
Andes, was lu town yesterday.
THE Mark Wlnnett went to the first pool yester
day with two empty fiats and returned light.
LOUIS A. Jung, a large roal operator or N ew Or
leans, was in the city ) estcrday and will remain a
The steamers Blaine and Elizabeth made ihelr
dally trips to and from Morgantown and Elizabeth
on time yesterday.
Captain A OEM AX S. DnAVO returned from bis
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
THE ORIGINATORS SPEAK.
WE HAVE STOOD THE TEST
FOR OVER FORTY YEARS.
We are the recognized designers of fashion, from whom all others copy. BUT THEY DO NOT POSSESS
THE MORAL SPIRIT AND COURAGE TO .EQUAL OUR SMALL PROFIT SYSTEM.
WE HAVE WON
OJST THESE C3-E.OTTlSrJDS
EISNER & PHILLIPS
WILL EVER CONTINUE TO OPERATE.
IiO per cent saved on ITatB. Hee the
8)1.M Mat, Worth 83.
FIFTH AVENUE, CORNER
' 1 s " L j ,
ionr of lower river Inspection yesterdav, and Cap-
tains Tom Patterson.
I Farrell and Frank Llnd-
aa are expected to arrive to-day. Captain Dravo
reports tne river In a pretty bad condition between
Cairo and New Orleans, and suggests tftat moro
snagboats and government lights would be greatly
appreciated by rivermen in tuat section.
BAPTISTS 15 AHBTJALMEETISG.
Beports Showing the Growth or the Church
Society in the State.
Franklin, Pa., Oct 18, .SfasrfaZ
The Pennsylvania Baptist anniversaries are
being held here this week. There are 400
delegates here.to-nightand 100 more are dne
to-morrow. This morning's meeting was
devoted to the Baptist Ministers' Union,
and each day will be given to different de
partments of church work. After devo
tional exercises Hon. Charles Miller, Presi
dent of the society, made an address in
which he warmly extolled the members for
their earnest work for the church, and
especially for the young people. "If we
only had the earnestness of the workers in
either of the creat political parties." said
Mr. Miller, "we could soon raise the money
needed to carry out oar Dlans."
After t&e report of the Board of Man
agers was read and accepted, Rev. Hanna
took the pulpit and told what an immense
good work the society had done in the
Slate. "It has furnished 57 new preachers
and has filled 57 pulpits, and through its
efforts 11,000 sermons hare been delivered
during the past year."
GOING DOWN THE HILL
Old Age Creeping on Shows Itself In Lack
Lustro Kyes and Trembling Hands
Many TVho Are Old In Years are Vigor
ous and Healthy How Such a Condition
may be Encompassed by AIL
How many elderly men rnd women we see
who plainly show they ara "going down the
hill." The tiembllng hand, the uncertain
step, the lack of brightness in the eye, tbe
shrunken features, all indicate that life is
not at high tide, that the strength and vital
forces are not what they once were, and in
fact, that thoy are going down the hill. This,
of course, is to be expected, for wLon one
reaches later years, physical troubles are
sure to come, but how many elde-'.y people
we see are healthy, happy and comparative
ly vigorous. They always seem cheerful,
bright, contented. Why should not all be
equally fortunate? It certainly is possible.
Every elderly man and woman needs to
gently assist nature, all the while needs to
take some pure stimulant regularly. Every
doctor in the land admits this, and its com
mon sense must he manifest to all. It should
not bo understood, however, that any ordi
nary stimulant would be recommended. It
must be something pure, powerful, health
giving and strength-Imparting. Such a
stlmtllanrcan be found ouly in Duffy'4 Pure
Malt Whiskey. It Is the only medicinal
whiskey in the market. Its wonderful popu
larity is due entirely to its power and what
it has accomplished. Any elderly man or
woman through its use may certainly pre
serve the health, and may reasonably
expeot to prolong the life. Do not be in
duced, however, to try any inferior article
or any which the druggist or grocer may
seek to pat in its place. There is nothing
which can accomplish the same object.
to this slice of importance.
If you carefully analyze the
productions of various cloth
ing writers you will notice
that they all guarantee to
sell the cheapest, best etc.
NOW, we don't want
you to believe us on basis
of that nature.
WHEN we ask you to
call and inspect our double
breasted Overcoats at $12,
$15, $i8'to $40, WE guar
antee you a saving of at
least 33 per cent, and, re
garding the Double-Breasted
Suits, we will take pleas
ure in convincing you that those at
$10, $12, $15 to $25 cannot 'be du
plicated for a cent less than our guar
anteed saving, 33 per cent
Leading Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Mme- M. Yale, the celebrated beauty and com
plexlon specialist, said In one of her famous lee
tnres on Beauty and the Complexion:" Young
ladies, remember a pretty face will win for yon
love, and love will win for yon a husband. Mar
ried ladles, remember with the decline of youth
and brautv your husband's love will grow cold.
Youth and beauty Is woman's power. Be on your
guard against wrinkles, old age and ugliness; they
have broken np many happy homes."
tj '-Ev.iiO-l--l l-fcLiS-
LAFRECKLA la the name of Madame Yalei
famous discovery. Itlsiheonlr Freckle cure la
existence three days Is sufficient In most cases to
effect a cure, and one week, where the caae Is of
long staudlriK. There are no Freckles on record
that La i reckla will not cure guaranteed In every
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removing it instantly upon tne first application.
Ihe most perfect complexion In the world was
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Sold at all drnfoclsts, shipped from Chicago in
plain wrappers. Mme. Yale,s Famous book
"Beauty and the Complexion. will be sent free
to any address upon receipt of 6 cents postage.
Ladles may consult Mme. Yale free of charge by
mall or at the Temple of Heauty in person. All
correspondence strictly confidential.
bend for Trice List of Mme. M. Yale's Remedies
for removing Wrinkles, Developing tbe Bust,
turning gray hair back to its orlglaal color and on
all matters nertalnlng to Beautr. Mme. Yale U
the only recogntzed Beauty Scientist, She can
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Mail Dapt, Temple of Beauty,
146 STATE ST., CHICAGO, ILL
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