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Won the Pennant
From
Enthusiasm of Kig Crowd When
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' NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING.
CLUBS. ' " W
Pittsburg, , S7
Philadelphia .. ..".. ..77
Brooklyn' J 7G
St. LoulS'J,. 70
Boston .', G7
Now York 1..1 62
Cincinnati?,. 48
Chicago ;.; ci
i P. C.
15 G59
55 583
57 571
C3 52(i
07 GOO
78 400
80 370
84 378
, NATIONAL LEAGUE.
By Assdciatrid Press.
Pittstuirfi, Sent. 27. PIttsbufE won
tho league pennant today by wresting
a victory from Brooklyn Iri tho eighth
Inning, when tho cx-ehamplons sconicd
to have the game practically won.
"With Wagner on, second, Brnnsflcld
hit a long Wo to left 'Held, scoring
Wagnci; ami, winning the pennant.
Tho chtlntelasm 0f thij crotfd when,
the winning run' camo over tho plate1
was Intense. Attendance 4000.'
n.
II
E.
Plttbstfrg 5 10 A
Brooklyn..., 4 10 2
Batteries Phlllpl and dimmer; Kit
son and Fnrrcll.
TOWNSEND WAS EASY. , .
By Associated Press,
St. Lewis, Sept. 27. Joyce had
Philadelphia at his .mercy. Tho lo
cals batted'' Towjiscn'tl out of the box
in tho thlt'd: Attendance 1000. '
. .'".." II- K.
St. Loula. j 0 13 1
Philadelphia .-it v ..-;. ..:; 0 2 5
Batteries, Joyce 'and' He don; Town
sen, Duggleby 'and McFarlanil,
' .BROKE- EVEN.
By Associated' Press. ' '
Cincinnati, Sept! 27. Boston and
Cincinnati broko own In a double
header. It was a pitchers' battle.
Tho second game was called tit tho
end of tho eighth inning on account
of darkness. J-""" ' V ",r';
pim;
'R.' H.
if:
Cincinnati 5 0 5
Boston -. 4 7 3
Batteries, Plillllps and Hurley; Pit
tlngcr and Kittrldge.
SECOND 'GAME.
R
Cincinnati ....'iV.- .....i .
Boston .... .,, '.... .
Batteries, Stnmeil and
Nichols and Kittricigo.
E.
1
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en;
n
.0 2
Bcis
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
By Associated Press. ,
Philadelphia! Sept. 27. It was
a
mlscrah'lj) cxh'lb'ltloh'nnd both pitchers
were lity freely, Attendanco 1371.' " ,
:" " ' r. it. !ii
Cleveland .. '.-t
Philaih?lvhi .,
Baterjcs, Brqpken
Wlltse' and. .Ppwets.'
.Cni
11 1G
nnd, Conner.; J
SEYMOUR'S GOOD PITCHING: '
By Associated, fl'r, ess. 7
Baltimore,- Spt. 27. Tho home team
ilayedgood'ihall and defeated De
troit. 'Seymour's all around playing
was the .fe'atuto. Attendanco 1352.
..,.- ,R- H. E.
Baltimore A-v., .... !...! 10' 3
Detroit: ,,,. -. ,...-....4 G 4
Batterlujj, Foreman and Bresnahan;
SIcver and McAliistcr.
BOSpN WON -EASILY. '
By AssocidtcdtPrcss. -
BostU,'Sop. Jl7if po?tpn batted Gar
vin atilljjum;. wongaolly. Young,
Winters?1 Crjgfctt and-'aii" rcgular"mcu
expect Hemphill, signed for jicxt
season. Attcndniico'?25ii. 5
" a. IJ. E.
Boston ,.., .. ..j a i
Milwaukee- ..,. .y. r.;. '...'.2 G 2
Batterjes,' Wilson aiidSehreckr Gar
vin' aud Rlalonty.v ""''
OHICAGO'VICTORIOUS,
Bv AnKnclfitpil Press.
Ayushlnsion, Sept. 27. Garlck's sup
port was ragBQi, whllo Piatt pitched
a gqod game, j It was called at tho
end or tho seventh Inning on account
darkness'. .
-j It. II. E.
Washington '.'. 4 .7 2
Ch'paso.., ,!.',..,. .... ,,G, 10..JL,
Batteries, tiarrl?k utty Ciarko; Piatt
and Sugden"?J , -
GjraveehcK
By Associated Press.
Now Vorit, Sept. 27. Races
at
Grarcsond today Vfefo nb follows?
jFIyo arid one-half furlongs. King
Wanover, (irptj RopUwater, seegm;
by Wresting Victory
Brooklyn. ,
ilie Winning Hun Came-Over
was Intense.
1'jr '
If
Pentecost, third. Tlmo-l:0G 4-5.
Milo and ono-slxtccntlh Bcllo of
Troy, first; Knight of Rhodes, second;
Tho Amazon, third. Time 1:47.
About six furlons3.- BcssIoMcCarty,
first; Early Eve, second; Wild Bess,
thiul. Time 1:11 2-5.
Will and ono slxtciiit'i. OgJpi;.
first; Fly Wheel, second; Ethics,
third. Time 1:4G.
Milo and seventy yards. Potcntc,
flist; Bold Knlglit, second; Klnulkl
aiic, third. Time 1: iG 3-5.
About six furlongs. Bobs,
Elegy, second; Somerset, third
1:10 4-5.
fJrst;
Time
'By Associated Press.
Cincinnati, O., Scpt.27. The Cincin
nati Grand Clicult meeting at Oakley
ended today. Tho management says
that whilo they made no money thoy
had an even break. Many housemen
and horses left tonight for Terrc
Ilauto and Lexington.
2:13 Trotting, Purse ?1,000. Captor
f.'ist; Alan, second; Starmont, third;
Ncwlon A., fourth. Time 2:10.
2:10 Pacing, Purso $1,000. Council
Chimes, first; Fred M second; lone,
third; Balmy L., fourth. Time 2:07.
Frasslcr, G,' W. D., Little Frank,
Lady Allright, Richard A., Garnetta,
Tho IIcioo also started.
By Associated 'Pres3.
St. Lquis, Sept. 27. At Delmar
Favorites and second choices won the
card. Tho track was fast.
Flvefurlongs. Little Master, first;
Maszarn,' second; Chnndoo, third.
Time 1:'03.
Ono( mile. Bcllo of' Elgin, first;
Marey,- second ;(Don Luis, thlid. Tlmo
l:-42
4A", .W .a
, .Five furlongs'. tfUrbucV'first;
F., second; John Storm, third.
Tentiie
Time
loiii.
Milo and twenty yards. Kitty
Clyde, first; DeLoralne, second; Joe
Dougherty, third. Time 1:44.
'six fui longs. Dr. Lovcjoy, first;
Alcda, second; Corrlnno C, third.
Time 1:10. '
Ono mile. Jessie Jarboo, first; Per
cy R., second; Sam Lazarus, third.
Timo 1:41. '
By AssoclaUd Press.,
' 'Chicago, 111., Sept.
27. At 'Haw-,
tlfornc Jockoy Sullivan yas ruled off
the turf today, K being claimed that
ho pulled Reseda In the second race.
Six furlongs. Artcna, flist; Del
march,, second; Automaton .third..
Time 1:11.
Mile, and onc-sixteenth.-
-Hard-Pe'sse-
knock, first; Laureate, second;
da, th,lrd. Time 1:47. "'
Flvc'fiirlonES. J. V. Kirb,
Buzzci, second; Merriment,
' a
first;
third.
Timo '1-00 3-5.
Mile and soventy yards. polling
Boer, first; Malay, second; 'Briital,'
third Timo T:45. "' ,
Six furlongs. School for Scandal,
first; Scvoy, second; Ranc6,' third.
Time 1:13.
One ijiilc. Magylo, first; Coal Run
ner, second; Cluster, third. Timo 1:40
.
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(C)
Special to tho Leader.
J-awrenc'cburg, Ind., Sept. 27 Ap
pljcatlons has been mado to havo Mary
Vnndcrgrif, of Cochran, Iid., commit
ted to tho Insane hospital.
' Wanted A. Vil
Must bo strong una never nave a lame
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PROGRAM
For the Reunion of the
cnt Reg't O. V. C.
Sev-
FollowInB Is tho olllclal program for
tho reunion of the Seventh RegimenT
'O. V. C, which will bo held in Mari
etta, Thursday, October 3rd. ."
T.', PROGRAM. i
Audltorlunl, 11:30 a.m., October 3rd.
Bugle Call c. T.Alcock.
Invocation; Rov. L.'Klitloy'.
Song "Star Spangled Ban'ncr'.'h.-..
, Mrs. W. II. Ebln'gor.
i Address of Welcome.. ,.C. A. Miller
Citizen's Welcomo L. Wr
BUcnwood
Rcsponso Col. T, F. Allen
Violin Solo Miss Alice
Hamilton
Solo Selected Miss Phocbo
.' Brown
Address East Tennessee, Past and
and Present. Col. Dan M,
tollman, of Rockford, Tenn.
Quartette (Tho Past) Messrs,
Cat tor, tilngcr, George Curtis.
and John Curtis
Qmirtclto(Tlio Present) Piof.
Bird, Mrs. Bhd, Mrs. C. L. Fland-
ers, E. Frank Gates
Recitation Tho Bugle Call ....Miss
Mnblo Frye
(Fraternally dedicated to Comrade
Charles T. Alcock, by D. S. Brown,
Sergeant Major Soventh O. V. C, on
board tho steamer Hermoaa, south
coast or California, August 20, 1901. )
Address Tho Press During tho War
A. D. Alderman
Solo Tho Song mat Reaches My
Heart. .: Miss Nellie Rose
Miss Clara Virginia Brown
Accompanl&t.
Address Tho Press of Today.. B. J.
McKlunoy
Song Tho Grenadlets Schuman
George D. Schad
Violin Solo Miss Alice
Hamilton
Song Selected Miss
Phocbo Bi own
Addicss Sons of Veterans .,..
H. V. Speelman
Song America Prof.
Biul, Mis. Bird, Mrs. Flanders,
Mr. Gate3.
Banquot for Seventh O. V. C,
given by Company H. 1:30 P. M.,
at Norwood Hotel.
Campfiro 7:30 p.m. Auditorium.
Address by Col. T. F. Allen
"Six Hundred Miles of Fried
Chicken; Story or the Morgan Raid."
Followed by short Addi esses, clos
ing with Hag drill under tho direction
of Sons of Veterans.
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS.'
C. A. MILLER, Chairman.
A. B. LITTLE, Secretary.
F. F. DANA.
T. L. BUELL.
JOHN RILEY.
JOHN CAY WOOD.
JOHN T. BELL.
A ScientlHc medicine.
Bunsons Pino Tar Cough HrJney
cures all diseases of tho Throat and
Lungs. That Is wbv Bunsen's Vhu
Tar Cough Honey cures Coughs, Oolds,
wnooping Coughs and Coiisumtition'.
Bunbons-Plne Tar Cough Honey1 curcfc.
lnvanauiy anu uneiy. it has never.
nil on vpr.
.For salo by theltlrby Drus'Comany,
.(C)
t,fl tijt!! ..Jrtiiujel .
atiJlald 11701
Special to tho Leader.
Evansvillc, Ind. Sept. 27. Miss,
Delia Gibson, aged 20, has entered suit
against Dr. L. B. Crosby, or Cynth
lana, for $25,000, alleging betrayal.
"C" WUh a Tail.
The "C" with a tail is the trade
mark' of Cascarets Candy Cathartic.
Look for it on the light blue enameled
metal box! Each tablet stamped
C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. AH
druggists, ioc.
Special to tho Leader.
Lawrence, Ind., Sept. 27. Reuben
Toicncc, Jr., whllo climbing a fenco
fast evening, carrying a shotgun, Was
instantly killed by an accidental dis
charge. Removal.
The business of Misses Parker and
Sleigh has been moved from No. 122
Putnam street to tho Leader building,
opposlto tho Court House, and will bu
enducteod by Miss Parker, wh will
continuing Interior decorating. Also
handling samples of. dress and trim
mings. Special to tho Leader.
Indianapolis; Ind., Sept. 27. Uriah
Culbcrt today submlttcdto tho Attor
ney General tho question of his eligi
bility to membership on tho Northern
Prison Board.
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of C&arfff&j&M
Special to the Leader.
EvanBVlllo, lud., Sept. 27 Ed Er
wln, said to bo wanted at Owonsboro,
Ky., wa3 arrested today, charged
with robbing Judgo Owen, n prominent
politician of that stato.
CAtiDV CATWAnTlC .
oKixtl-j.i.fc jiiumj-iTragyJii
Genuine stamped C. C C Mtvtr told in bulk,
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something lust es good."
Special to thq Leadpr. i
Kgkomo, Ind., Sept. 27. Tho homo
qf Orpn Simpson at. Center was enter
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gQlhpr with a quanlty of clothing.
Tho thlpvcs, espapod,
t wiJtet'
WiSlPw W0WW VmWf
Phenoinenal Premiuin Offer.
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burg, Pa.
$500 REWARD.- ,
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