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t--.r .- THE "PITTSBirR& DISPATGH, StLNpAY,"" JTOOJN - 9, 1889. 6 " 0MI8G CHAMPIONS ISome lively Games Among the County league Clubs, 'M EAST END STETJGGLE. The Athletics Beat the Etna Stars in Ten Innings. EESULTSOFSOME LOCAL COKTESTS : The Sewicldeys Win a Great Game From the Oaklands. : GENERAL BASEBALL SEWS OP THE DAI Details of the National League games, Prlngle'a Review nnd other interesting sporting- iri will be found on the four teenth pace, Second Fnrt. Games Flayed Yesterday. CnVELAJtDS 10... .PlTTSBCBGS. ...... 6 Cunrjxns S pTTTSBtJRGS 2 "WASHIlfGTOSS..... 7....PHILAELPHIAS 5 SROOKLTCS. 11 LOTJISVILLIS 5 Athletics 14.... Kansas Citts.. 2 ST- Louie 9.. ..Bax.ttmob.es. 0 St. Louis. 5....Baltimoiies.. l MANSFIELDS IS.. ..WHEELINGS S TOBOSTOS (OXT.). TOEOKTOS ECOTTDAI.ES KlSKIlTEXITAS .. . . X. E. Athletics.. 3....R0CHESTEES. 2 11....BEAVEB, GBATS,..10 "....TJ'inoNTO'VR.-a. 3 9....TAREKTU1TS 3 15....ETSA Stabs 10 7... .Oaklands l . Sewickleys , Braddocss "....Riverside Geays 1 hckeespobts 10....houestkaos 1 Gntnes ToDay. Americas Association Cincinnatis at Columbus, Louisvilles at Brooklyn, Kansas Citys at Philadelphia. "AT Jerome Park: First race. Tormentor 1, Bill Letcher 2. Second race, Belinda 1. King Crab 2. Third race, Ballston L Fitzjames2. Fourth race, Charley Druesc 1, Cortes 2. Firth race, Reporter 1, Ben Harrison 2. Sixth race, Grenadier L Dalesman 2. Seventh race, Major iomo 1, Senorlta 2. A LUCKY INNING. The East Enders Bent tlio Etna Stars In v the Tenth. The East End Athletics almost had things all their own way at East Liberty Park yester day ajralnst the Etna Stars. Tibby, -who pitched for the Stars, was touched tip for 19 good and solid hits. That means a great deal. The field ing of the Athletics was very shaky, and that enabled the Stars to make a f ho was far ar run Setting was concerned. Robertson pitched a good came for the Athletics. The attendance was good. The score was tied at the ninth inning, and in the eleventh the Athletics sized Tibby lairly up and battered him hard. Score: athletics r b p a eet-a stabs b b p a b Gray. S.. 3 0 2 I 2 13 0 3 4 S 2 1 2 8 2 2 3 0 ljKenncdy. s. I McCoy, I... Si Buckley. in.. OTlbby, p..., 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 J 13 1 2 0 1 0 3 1 2 2 3 0 2 1 C Lauer, 1.... Birr. ;... 1 Onmbert. s 3 Tener, 1...... 3 Oliver, m. 1 Bchoyer. c... 1 Robertson, p 2 "YWBarr.r... 1 Milllfan, c. Haueron, t.. Landfrled. 3 2 :Metzgar, r.. 0 mcKey, .... i Totals JS 13 33 23 7 Totals 10 7 15 8 t Athletics. 0 120101-320 K ,Xtn Stars 3 101010130 5-15 0-10 "Two-base hits Urav, lener2, Kennedy. Three-base bit-ullver. Struct out Athletics, S: Ktna Stars, 8. Bute on balls Athletics, 3: Etna Mire, 3. Hit by pitched baU-Halleron. Double play Hickey and McCoy. Passed balls -Schoyer, 3; illUlgan, 7. r Umpire Jones. SEWICBXEYS ON TOP. "Vhtj Beat the Oaklands in a Very Good Game. There was really a rood game between the Oakland indSewicklev clubs, of the Connrv leaguexesterda? at Recreation Park. Theat tendsrhce was fair and the contest exciting. -Cftui sides played well except In the second in- jingwhen Colebrook's passed ball was very disastrous for Oakland. Brady and Richard- BUQ,uie rc3pecuTepiu;uer&,were on uieirmetlie 'witnout a aouot, nut at critical times uraay s support was shaky. The infield work of Cargo . and Bovlan was irood. Undoubtedly the Oak- ' -lands have secured three good men in Kier, Cargo and Brady. Wilson's umpiring was sat isfactory. Score: OAKLANDS. B B P A X SEWICKLET. B B r A I )tcKnlEht,3 Xier. 1...... 0 10 0 112 0 0 1 0 10 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 3 12 5 0 0 1 Nouzhton. c 1 2 7 1 0 1 2 0 0 011 0 0 3 S 0 2 0 0 Totten, r.. 0 .Cariro, s. i-orier, ..... o Oliver, s 0 Reymer, I... 0 Vultesell, 1. 1 Borlon, 2.... 2 .McMillan, m 1 Klch'dson, p 0 jsarr, r.... JIarrty, m .. Brad. n -Xdm'dson,: Colebrook,c JUnehart,!. Totals.... 1 6 S3 16 3 Total 5 7 27 14 4 Oaklands. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 s Eewlckleys 0 0 0 110 0 Two-base hits Barr. Boylon. Struck out By Brady S, by BtchardsonT. Bases on balls-McKnight, Whltesell. Hit by pitched ball-Whltesell. Double plays Boylon and Itcymer 2, ilcillllen and Iteyiurr. . Pawed balls Colebrooka, Noughton. Umpire Wilson. Time of Game One hour and 40 minutes. NEARLY SHUT OUT. Vbe Braddock Nine Beat the Grays by 7 to 1. . Braddock, June 8. The game at this place fYbetween the Braddock Blues and Riverside Grays was well played. Baker again came Psearly shutting them out and would have done to bat for two bad errors in the seventh ln- -lilni. Til A Rlnf havn Venn R nntiif Tlin last T tames played. The score: IJBADDOCKS B B T A XjR. GBATS. B B P A S -I Cooper, L.. KlUca, X.. Shields, c. J! Bennett,! Anoerson.s Jlalnliart, 3 .Bennett, L iliakcr. D... 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 12 3 2 1 0 S 3 10 0 6 13 0 2 0 017 0 1118 0 0 10 OjKetzell, 3. OiUood. L.... 0 0 4 0 Oil 0 11 0 slarshau, r. Graham, p.. 0 1 1 1 1 newnarcm. u l u lnstlen. c 0 1 fi SIcKlln. 2... 0 0 0 Hannan.s... 0 0 1 hevllle,!.. 10 1 3 0 r tiordon, m. v Totals.... 8 27 20 S Totals. , 1 4 24 18 S SSraddocks .1 0000221 7 l&ivertlde Grays 0 00000010-1 M Earned runs Braddocks, 2: Klverslde Grays, 0. , -awo-oase nils aiainnan. Baser. ; Struck out-By Baker, 4; by Graham, 3. HitbT pitched baU-Kuien, 2. ' Umpire Shaffer. EASILY WON. SlcKeesporU Dispose of Homestenda With out Much Trouble. UcKeesports hadn't much trouble In Homesteads yesterday at McKces .rreyson yesterday won two prizes .. jy some of the stockholders, one for the ..player making 25 runs after May 11, and jo one for the first player making 23 base hits om some date, llartman and Provins are very.close for the base-running prize, Hartman naving 23 ana rrovius a. The McKeesnorts signed Patterson, one of F rtbeir former catchers, who has not played with vie team tills year until yesterday, wnen he played In the outfield, and accepted four hard p,cnances. 'loe iouowing is me correct score: r arxrEsr,'x k b r a x BOMET'DS K B P A E Miller, n..,. 2 1 2 1 1 1 Z 6 1 1 0 4 0 0 111 0 3 liulmer.l.... 0 0 xo'ngm'n.c l 2 ll.Col'n.m.. C o Hrv.CoTn.3 0 0 B. Woods. L 0 0 Torreys'n.J iProyins. r.. ,JJartraan,c. ?Wlb'n,rim Spat'r'n.n!.! 0Koe,2 0 0 llBobe, r..... 0 41 IjMoood, t.. 0 0 0 Jones, p .... 0 1 MCostello. -- Oulnn,!.... :,.niUL gie,; Totals ., U 10 27 11 l Totals 1 3 27 6 11 lleKecport.....v 3 0 2 2 0 2 0 1 010 ihcmicstead..-. 1 O0U0OOO0 1 Earned runs-aicKeesports, I; Homesteads. 1 Stolen bases Miller, 2; Provins, 2; Hartman.S: Gibbons, 1; Nightengale, 3. Youngman, lBowe,l; Roue. 1. iTtro-baae hits Miller. Three-base hits Youngman. Umpire Grenett. fJjTline Tffo hours. , International League AtiToronto mntos..'.;. 3 000000003 'iesters..'i.. i 0 0 t 0 0-1 0 02 edoBuflalo, London. Hamilton and Syra-. mkum ywstyviigu va scsvaav i raiaj - 'jr- ;r-L- tA- T SasJCu"-' v- - rr Va, MgasMMfflff JiJifrJfitfl VSBBBBBBBBSSBSbHsISHSSMJbMSHHHHBBK IsBBBBBBBBBSSSBSSSBSBBCCSBSBSBSBBBBBSSBSBBBKf BcSBBeSHUaSs9BBsSssasSSSaBBsaslBaBaBBBBBBaSSBBBSSBSSSCBSSSBBaaBBS a1B. SSSSSSSJ SBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSMWSSSSST" TRI-STATE LEAGUE. At Wheeling ' - "Wheelln 0 141200 0 0-8 Mansflelds 2 0000047 IS Batteries Wheelings, Hydlnger and Dann; llanbfields, Burchard and Dale and Fltzslmmons. Base lilts "rt heelings, 13; Mansflelds, 14. Errors Wheelings, 6; Mansflelds, 5. Attendance 400. FORFEITED A GAME. y The Bronros Fail -to Appear In Tlmeat Baltimorr. Baltimore, Jnne 8, The regnlarly sched uled championship game of to-day as for feited tQ Baltimore owing to the con-appearance of the St. Louis club in time. The game played was a postponed one. The visitors played all around the home club dud won easily. The game was called at the end of the seventh inning on account of darkness Score: Baltimore! . 0 0 0 0 0 101 bt-I.ouis 1 0 3 10 0 0-5 ritchers-King and Cunningham. First base on balls Off Cunningham, 8: off King. 1. Time Two hours. umpire Umpire Gafiney. Another for Scoitdnlc (SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO Til DIBPJLTCB.1 Bcottdalk. Pa, June 8 The game tcrday between the Scottdale and Uniontown clnba was a slugging match from beginning to end, both sides hitting the ball bard. The home team were fortunate, however, in hitting the ball when men. were on bases. The fielding of Manafee and Moore, and the catching of Cargo and Haller were the special features. Follow ing is Uie score: Scottdales 1 01 00400 17 Unlontovrns o OOlOOtlO-S Earned runs Scottdales. 5: Unlontowns, 1. Ba6cIiltJ bcottdales, 14: Unlontowns, U. Krrors Scottdales. 3; Unlontowns. 2. Batteries Scottdales. Mllfee and Cargo; Union towns. Meehan and llaller. Umpire Harrington. Soils Clnb Disband. Desver, Col., June 8. The latest inllocal baseball circles is the disbanding of the Soils Club, of the State league, and a Denver team. Notice was given yesterday and the club form ally disbanded. Many of the players will scat ter this evening, having signed with the differ ent clnbs of the State league. The cause the disbandment was the inability of the Solis Club to secure grounds in Denver. The State leagne now comprises Colorado Springs, Puebio, Leadville ana Aspen. Superior Was Beaten. Crafton, JuneS. In a game between the Craftons and the Superior Athletics, of Supe rior Station, the lattter were defeated toklay bv a score of 11 to 10. Craftons 1 0 2 0 0 10 6 I 11 Superiors 2 0 10 10 2 2 210 Base hits Craftons. 8; Superiors!). Batteries Craftons, Breen and White; Superi ors, Suforth and Boyd. The Keystones' Complaint. The manager of the Keystones, colored, com plain that the Duquesnes have acted ungen erously toward them. The two teams had ar ranged for a came in aid of tho Johnstown suf ferers and after the Keystones had been at the expense of publishing bills, etc, the Duquesnes failed to show up. Our Boys Win. The Onr Boys team, of this city, defeated the Maroons, of Washington, Pa., yesterday by 16 to 2. Dietz pitched for Onr Boys, and only five hit were made off his delivery. The victors made 16 hits. THE" ACTORS' DAY. Some Great Events Open to National Ama teur Athletes. The Actors' Amateur Athletic Association of America will bold its first annual field meeting at Staten Island on Tuesday. B. w. Mcintosh is Chairman of the committee. Following is a list of the events and prizes and the donors of the latter: 50-yard run, handicap, open to club members only, llovt & Thomas cup. 10O-vard run, handicap, open to club members only, Henrr E. Dlxeycup. 220-yard run. handicap, open to club members only, Charles Frohman cup. 44o-vard run. handicap, open to club members onlyDoris medal. Half-mile run, handicap, open to clnb members only, M. B. Leavltt cup. One-mile run, handicap, open to club members only, W. H. Crane cup. 133-yard hurdle race, handicap, open to clnb members only, Isabcllc Coc cup. Bunnlng high Jump, handicap, open to club members only, AoDleSon" cup. Kuuning broad Jump, handicap, open to clnb members only. Club medal. l'uttlnc lb-pound shot, handicap, open to club members only, Cob medal. One mile walk, handicap, open to clnb members only. Evans & Hoey cup. Tbrowing baseball, handicap, open to clnb mem bers only, Clnb medal. Running bases, scratch, open to club members only. Club medal. Tug-or-wr (CO pounds limit), open to club members only. Club medals. Obstacle race, fcratcn, open to club members only. DeWolf Hopper cup. For championship or dramatic profession 10O ysrd run, scratch, open to all amateurs In the pro fession. Club medal. 410-yard run, scratch, open to all amateurs in the profession. Club medal. Open to all members L. A. W. Two mile bi cycle race, scratch, L. A. W. rules, Frank Daniels cup. PHENOMENAL PRITCHAUD. The Tonne English PilgUUt Makes Short Work of Barns. Loxdox, June 8. Thelong-looted-for light be tween Burns and Pritchard came off to-night. Both men opened the flrht cautiously, but l'rltch ard quickly showed an advantage. Before the round closed Pritchard administered a stinging left-handed punch in tbe Jaw, which sent Burns flying across the ring. Kefreshed by a minute's rest Burns again raced his rival, out, despite a plucky stand, failed to keep Pritchard at bay, and the latter administered some heavy punishment. Two smashing left-handers brought Burns down, and a repetition of the dose found him in a helpless condition In the corner of the ring. Jem Smith, the champion, seconded Burns. Cocking Main at Youncsto vra. YoiWGSTOwy, June 8. A large number of the sporting fraternity met five miles Iwest of here this afternoon to witness a cocking main between Kiles and Youngstown birds. Two purses, one of $50 and the other of 25, were made un for tbe first three birds that were pitted on a side. The first lasted 45 minutes, resulting in the Youngstown bird being killed. Youngstown won the second and Mies the third. Youngstown, after a hard fought bat tle, won the purses for $25. At least -$3,000 changed hands. Hocnn Calls Ward Down. Tommy "Hogan, the local featherweight pu gilist, called at this office last night and denied the story of Tom Ward to the effect that he ( Wardl fought a draw with Hogan. The latter beat Ward fairly, and was awarded the victory and the money. If Ward thinks he can make a draw with Hogan the latter is ready for a co. ITantnn, the Onrsnfan. San Francisco, June 8. Edward Hanlan, ex-champion of America, arrived from Aus tralia on the S. S. Zelandia, after an absence of nearly three years. He says his rowing davs are over, and he is going back to Toronto to live. For Western Penn tyteania, Wat Ft'r ptnia and Ohio, rain, cooler, southwesterly winds. Pittsburg, June 8, 18S9. The United States Signal feetnee officer in this city furnishes tbe following. Time. mer. 8:00 A. v GS J2 aDA.lt 76 1:0V p. M 2:00 r. M .72 S0P. X 8:09 P. M 74 lhr. Mean temp 70 Maximum lemn 70 Minimum temp... 62 Itange - .... 17 Precipitation. ...... 0.1) KiTtr at 5 P. v., 6.S, a fall or LI feet in !i hours. Fob a disordered liver try Beecham's Pills. Pears' Soap the purest and best ever made. Wm. J. Fbiday's "ilarie" braid of Havana cigars ore the finest ia this market; 3 for 25c 633 Smithfield St. WFsa Faiemoust awnings at Miunaux Son's, 637 sjkJ SS6 Phb Ave. '".!- - "i? fvla tfiki'I mm LOOKED LIKE A PIE. How the Public Was Pooled Jerome Park. at SCHEME THAT BEAT.CAPlYBR0W2i. Jimmy Beed a Sure Winner of the Checker Hatch. KILBA1N TO PICK THE BATTLE GBODHD riFXCIAL TELEGBAU-TO TUX DISPATCIT.l New Yore, June 8. Captain Sam Brown started Cortex, J. A. B. and Senorita to-day at' tbe Jerome Park races, and before the races were run it looked to the talent as almost a moral certainty that Brown would win all three races. The fourth race on the programme was the Van Cortlandt stake. Only three horses started, Charlie Dreux, Marauder and Cortez. The betting was 1 to 3 on Cortez, 3 tol Marauder, and 8 to 1 Charlie Dreux. Cortez was backed so strong by the public that a great many bookmakers wined him off their slates, Dave Gideon, Charlie Reed, and other parties who were in the plot quietly backed Charlie Dreux at odds of 8 toMO, and it was said to-night around the hotel lobbies that the party won $50,000 on Dreux. The scheme laid was to let Donohue. on Dreux, take tbe lead next the pole, Cortez second, and Hayward. on Marauder, was to run on the outside and keep Cortez in the pocket. They ran in this order until half way down the stretch before Anderson, on Cortez, saw the predicament he was in. He then pulled Cortez up to" cet on the outside, but it was too late, for Donohue saw the golden opportunity, and piled whip and spur to Charlie Dreux and before Cortez could get straightened out, shot under the wire a winner by half a length, the Gideon party getting away with tho $30,000. John Stailey's book lost oyer $5,000 on the day. Captain Brown's trainer was so vexed at Ander son not having sense enough to get out of the pocket until too late; that it took considerable persuasion to keep him from scratching Re porter. In the next race Reporter made a show of his field. He ran the greatest race ever rnn over the Jerome track by a 3-year-old. He finished with his month; wide open in l:it Senorita was fairly beaten in the last race by Mr. Witber's Major Domo by half a length. It will take a Reporter to beat Mr. Withers horse. Pittsburg Phil won SoOOOto- da, but he has been loosing quite heavily of late. :ine bookmakers are neavy losers on the Jerqnie races, four out of five favorites winning almost every day. June. Jerome Pnrk Winners. Jerome Park, June 8. A good day and a good track. First race, three-quarters of a mile Starters: Tormentor, Gramercy, Bill Letcher, John At wood, Mr. Pelbam and Frailty. Tormentor won lnl:18X, Bill Letcher second, Gramercy third. Second race, one and one-sixteenth miles Start ers: King Crab, Bronzomarte and Belinda. Belinda wonlnl:51H. King Crab second, Bronzo marte third. Third race, fourteen hundred yards Starters: Ballston, Drumstick, Fltjames, Beck, Malacbk Lady Fulsifer and Eccolo alley. Ballston won In l:22)j. Fltjames second. Lady Pulslfer third. Fourth race, mile and a quarter Starters: Marauder. Cortez and Charlie Ureux. Charlie Dreux won, Cortez second, Marauder third. Time, Z:2H. Fifth race, one mile Starters- Beporter, Jay F. liee. Volunteer II and Ben Harrison. Reporter won, Ben Harrison second. Volunteer third. Time, 1:44. Sixth race, three-quarters of a mile Starters: Fcnclon, Rowland. Repartee. Louis U. Grenadier. Umpire, Frolic, Guarantee, Mala, Dalesman, Ger manic, Little Minnie and Vendetta. Grenadier won In 1:1S!4. Dalesman second. Guarantee third. Seventh race, one and one-eighth miles Start ers: Senorita, Major Uomo and Sam Wood. Major Domo won In 1:50, Senorita second. SIO.OOO for Acolyte. Louisville, June 8. At Frankfort yester day R. P. Pepper sold J". S. Coxey, of Massillon, O., his bay stallion Acolyte. Tbe price was $40,000. Acolvte is 5 years old, by Onward, the greatest sire In the world; dam Lady Alice, by Almont, second dam Lady Mambrlno by Mam brino Chief; third dam by Gray Eagle. His S y ear-old record is 2 JO, He will be entered in a number of races. PRICES THAT MEN'S SUITS 980 Men's Cassimere Suits, in twenty-five different patterns, (Coats, Pants and Vest), worth $12, go for Six Dollars during this great sale. 6. CHILDREN'S SDITS. Knock about Suits for the Boys. During ,this sale the price is ,$i 50 and $2. HATS Hats for Men or Boys in every shape and style are displayed "in our Hat department. Soft Hats, Stiff Hats, Straw Hats and Linen Hats. Also Caps, and in fact every thing conceivable in the way of headgear. For prices see directly opposite. PITTSBURG COMBINATION CLOTHING COMPANY. MALL ORDERS, ACCOMPANIED BY CASH, CHECK, MONEY ORDER OR DRAFT WILL .RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. GOODS SENT TO ANY PART TJN1TED STATES. 2 "t . -w t, r- .SI rilllS &i I ------ SISI- - -- T - j - - r. .. " r- - - - I. .lu. -.- r ,av U:U A . mt in. .r Jrft ISM tin HVt. II I ! Ill 'II 1 MW m IM Hf IISSSSSllSSISSSSSSI S-8W- BBSBHkMaBBBBMSBmSnBEBBT 9ft JlTOGsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBSBldfcZBBsCb J. OUT FOR TUB STUFF. Nlklrk and iMcClellnnd Pat Up Their Second Deposit. The second deposit of fJOO each for the mile and a half 'facer between McClelland andEd. Nikirk was made good at this office yesterday, McClelland's money was pnt up by a friend and Nikirk posted his own. The former is out of town training jnd Nikirk is making the best of it on tracks In and abont the city. Both men are in excellent condition. The race will take place at Exposition Parle next Saturday afternoon. Tbe use of the track has kindly been granted by the manage ment. That tboraco is to be on its merits there seems no doubt; judging from present indica tions. Tho contest is principally-party again: Barty. If the track is in good condition it is kely that there will be an excellent race and a large attendance. The two principals have long been talking about their respective merits and both are well knbwn. KILRAIN WON THE TOSS. He and ills Friends Have to Select the Battle Gronnd. rSFXCIAL TXLEORAK TO TUB OtSPATCB.1 New York, June 8.Although neither Sul livan nor Kilrain was at Charley Johnston's sa loon to-night when, the coin was tossed for choice of battle ground, each was represented by snorting friends, Alex. T. McOnire, of Flat Bush, produced a silver dollar of the issue of 1S85 and marked it for identification. Then a dozen of the leading sporting men. and their friends adj'oumed to the back room, while the rest waited outsido in suspense. "Pitch," cried Prof. Donovan, and the coin -flew up toward tbe ceiling. "Heads!" yelled Stevenson. Tbe com fell and turned once. "Kllrain's won," said Prof. Donovan. "Sullivan's lriend looked aghast, and Arthur Lumley wiped perspiration from his forehead. Tin glad of it," said Johnston. "It puts the responsibility on Kllrain's shoulders." Sr. Lonls Entries. ST. Louis, June 8. The races here to-day were postponed on account of very heavy rains. The entries in the last three races stand, but tho first three were declared off. The entries are: First race, five furlongs Lillian Lindsay U0 pounds, Adele M 110, Mary MalloylOO, Millie Williams 110, Lena Ban 110, Last Chance 100, Queen Toy 103 and Blue Vail 10 Asmell 103, Ger tie B 100, JlayorNoonan 103, The Asp 103, Lottie 3 100. Lelah Maud 100. Second race, six furlongs, selling Kermesse 102 pounds. J T 90. Oarsman SO, Mamie Hunt 104, bplnnette 106, Ernest Race 90, Redstone 9-j, Bostons 00, Kitty B 96. Spalding lot, Cams 100, Lizzie B 90, Luke Alexander so, Catoosa 90, Sleepy Dick 90 and Big Brown Jug 90, Couldn't Get Trnlnins Quarters. Tbe proposed fight between Carney and H. Nikirk has been declared off under peculiar circumstances. Nikirk is unable to secure training quarters in the vicinity. He states that for miles Outside the town everybody be has applied to for boarding to train refuse bim because of a fear of being ultimately charged with aiding and abetting a prize fight. The backers of Carney have, therefore, allowed Nikirk to take down his forfeit. Athletic Games. New York, June 8. Tho twelfth annual spring games of the-Manhattan Athletic Club occurred this afternoon. In putting the 14 pound shot, F. L. Lambecht broke the record by bi inches, bis distance being 13 feet 3 incni es. Another Man for Robinson. J. Y. Leyton, the pedestrian, writes to this paper stating that he is ready to make a match with Robinson, of Butler, for a 12-bonr race at any time. Leyton will meet Robinson at the London Theater to-morrow night, at 8.30, pre pared to make a match. Reed a Snre Winner. Chicago, June 8. At the close of th six day's play in the Barker-Reed match the "score is: Barker, nothing; Reed, five; drawn, 11 with 31 games to play. Reed's fifth win was the black side of the Dyke. Sporting Notes. TnElIaprjy Thoughts defeated the A. J. Mauls yesterday by 9 to 0. The E. E. Sieberts have organized and de feated the Limerick Stars yesterday by 31 to 14. The winners want to play all amatenr clubs. Address E. E. Siebert, Eighteenth ward. BOYS' SUITS Boys (age 13 to 17) can be fitted out with nice Sack Suits at the small cost of Four Dollars. Don't miss this offer. 4. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS - Fine Neckwear, - 25c, 39c, 50c. Underwear, plain or fancy, ., 33c, 49c, 75c. Flannel Shirts, - 50c, 75c, $1 White Shirts, - 65c, 75c, $1 x Plain or Fancy; Hose, 15c, 23c, 35c We handle in Collars and Cuffs the Coon and Arrow brands. OF THE COR. ' . . - - -, jb sr Fr7T, i-,.' ,-''' -; OPPOSITE THE NEW CQURT HOUSE. '',&.. . ? ,, ..', -&& 19B Tf ELECT! LIGHTS ' . i A Hard Job Putting Them Along the Wrecked Road. WIRES STRUNG ON TREES. Three Different Plants, Which Will be Moved Alone as Fast as Repairs Pro. gress Difficulties Encountered Id Climb. Ins; Alone the Mountain Side Only .Ex perienced Men Employed on It. The task of lighting the wrecked and torn up portion of the Pennsylvania Eailroad lying between Johnstown and Altoona, in order that tbe construction crews could work day and night, has been confided to the Allegheny Light Company. It is no easy work that was undertaken, owing to tbe ter rible condition of the surroundings, and tbe fact that the road runs right along the brow of tbe mountain, affording no opportunity for tbe erection of poles or other supports lor the wires. Hot only so, hut the lights had to be so evenly distributed as to enable a working light to be thrown upon all parts of tbe track. Tbe Most Experienced Men. The Allegheny Light Company recog nized that the requirements of tbe Pennsyl vania Company were so pressing and critical that the very best service must be given by tbe most experienced workmen, for every hour of time that could he gained Jn the work of restoring the road to a n sable con dition meant thousands of dollars to the great corporation. Chief Engineer of the Allegheny Light Company Mr. E. M. Nasmith was placed in charge of the work and Head "Wiremau E. J. Daily and 12 ex-, perienced linemen were sent to the scene of operations as tbe working force. Three dynamos were placed on the train going to Johnstown last Wednesday night with two engines of 10 horsepower and one engine of 60-horse-power, together with a large quantity of wire and other necessaries. Tbe three dynamos represented a power of upward of 50 lights. No time was lost in transporting this plant to Johnstown, and-in transferring it across the wrecked area of the city. One of the linemen who aided in getting the plant into operation gave the following de scription of the difficulties that .beset the paths ot the light force in getting the plant established, subsequent to his arrival last night from Johnstown : Poles Are Not Used. "When: we reached Woodvale we found a force of 3,000 men at work ou tbe track and were told a large numberof workmen were scattered along the line of the road all the way up to Lilly's, and the magnitude of the job of repairing the road may be im agined when it is remembered that 25 miles oi road and seven bridges were washed away almost entirely. It was at first proposed to erect poles and rnn a wire for the whole distance, with lights at whatever places were in the worst condition. But this was found not feasible and it was determined to separate the material into three plants and so arrange tbe lights as to cover as much space as possible. It was dangerous work climbing along tbe mountain side stringing wires to trees and points of rock, but hard work was done and the SO odd lights were so arranged as to go as far as possible. The engines and boilers STAND MEN'S SUITS About 1,200 fine Cheviot Suits, including both Sack and stylish Cutaways, former price $13 and $15, now marked to sell at Eight Dollars. , BOYS' SUITS Young Men (age 13 to 17) need a stylish Suit, call at our store and fit 'em up for Six Dollars. Choice of 1.000 different styles. . GRANT AND will he moved along in the rear of the rail road workmen and tbe linemen will take care oi the wires and keep them Out of danger. It's a big job and required almost continuous work, and is hardly finished even now. But the railroad people will have plenty oflight on the situation." PROM THE CHILDREN. Two Thousand Dollars Raised br Plttsbars Pupils to bs Applied to tbe Belief of Johnstown Teachers. It- was suggested by a school principal a week ago that tbe schools take np subscrip tions' for tbe Johnstown sufferers, and on last Monday circulars were sent cut asking them to contribute. The scholars resnonded heartily, sotbat by yesterday 52,354 17 bad been sent into tbe office of Secretary Eeis far. The Bellefield was the 'only scbool that had not sent in its collection, but they had already secured $115, and'were to add the proceeds of two concerts to the fnnd and send it all in on Monday. Tbe other schools contributed as follows: Allen, 837 18. Birmingham. S36 33. Daquesae, 814 05. Franklln870 10. Hancock, fS 03. High School. $12). Howard. 892. Knox, $22. Liberty. 8109 33. Luckey. Ml 01. . MonongaheU, S3. Morse. ?61 M. Mt. Washington. $7771. Normal, 853 23. O'Hara, 83S. Balston. 820 32, South, 838 18. Sterrett, $30. Stevens. $8. Wlckersbain, 825 67. Bedford,' 838. Colfax, Si) 41. Forbes, S109 71. Grant, S134 7T. HUand, $63 10. Homowood, 50 50. Humboldt, Sio3 70. Lawrence. (36 07. Lincoln, U5 40. Mlncrsville, 7S 89. Aioorhead, 8S0. ML. Albion, S39. .North. 830. Soho. 835. Peebles. 8145 39. Riverside, 815 -a. Springfield. 813 04. St. Clair, $32 75. Washington MIS 60. At an impromptu meeting of principals at tbe Central Board rooms yesterday, it was suggested that the money be used to aid the scbool teachers ot Johnstown and their families. "There were seven teachers drowned in the flood, Jennie M. Wells, Laura C. Hamilton, 'M. .Maggie Jones, Minnie Linton, Emma K. Fisher and Mary White, all of Johnstown, and Mattie M. Davitt, a teacher there, but whose home is at Alexandria, Huntingdon county. Her body has not yet been recovered. "" The fund raised will probably be used for tbe object suggested, but the matter will not be decided for some days yet. R0TAL ARCAND1L Action of tho Supreme Council In Session In Atlantic City. The following telegram to The Dispatch is self-explanatory: ATLANTIC Crrr, N. J June 8. The Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum in twelfth annual session assembledat Atlantic City, ou the first day of tbe session appropri ated S3,000 out of the general f undfor the relief of tbe Johnstown sufferers who are members of the order in that vicinity. The Supreme Council also at once authorized the issuing of circular calling for Contributions from all the Councils, the same to be forwarded at once to E. A Skinner, Westfield, N. Y., who will for ward the same to the relief committee In Penn sylvania. Councils and grand jurisdictions which have taken action before the circular of a the Supreme Councilrwas received, are sending and will continue to send their contributions to the Grand Regent, Joseph A Langfltt; No. 33 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa., or to Dr: J. H. Wright. Grand Secretary.No.il North Dia mond street, Allegheny, Pa. Contributions are received constantly of the munificence of tbe various councils in this matter. As an In stance Long Island Council in Brooklyn gave 81,000, OVEB 200 varieties of Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars from $2 to $10 per 100. G. W Schmidt, Nos. 95 and 97 Pifth Ave. New Train to New York. The Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad, in order to accommodate patrons of their line, inaugurates to-day fast express, leaving Pittsburg at 6 p. M., arriving in Philadel phia at 7:45 and New York 10:45 a. M.,with Pullman palace sleeping cars attached. This is in addition to regular express trains leaving at 8 a. ar. and 920 p. M. LIKE a MENS SUITS 1,500 Men's stylish light and dark colored Cassimere Suits, which would sell at sight for Eigh teen Dollars; your choice now, Ten Dollars. sio. 6. GENTS'. FURNISHING GOODS In dress, small things such as are included in Gents Furnishing Goods, serve to give tone and finish to one's appearance, trust us for always displaying the newest and brightest line in the city in the way of Scarfs; Underwear, Collars and Cuffs, White and Flannel Shirts; DIAMOND STREETS. Pennsylvania Railroad Opes. Until further notice IKS Pennsylvaniis. Eailroad will run their passenger trains for the accommodation 'of eastern passengers via Allegheny Valley railroad to Driftwood and Sunbury to Philadelphia, and eastern terminals and territory. Trains connect at Driftwood, and at Look Haven, with Al tdoua, Huntingdon. Tyrone and Clearfield, Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad and BedtOrcf Division, Hollidaysburg branch. Bell's Gap, railroad via Bald Eagle Valley Eailroad and Tyrone, for points South via "Cumberland Valley from Harmburg, and also via Baltimore and Washington. Trains leave Union station at 8 A. M. and 7:15 P. M. Sleeping car on night train. New Train to New York. The Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad, in order to accommodate patrons of their line, inaugurate to-day fast express, leaving Pittsburg at 6 Y. M., arriving in Philadel phia at 7:45 and New York 10:45 ASii., with Pullman palace sleeping cars attached. This is in addition to regular express trains leaving at 8 a. M. and 920 p. ar. Seelntr Bnsebnll Games Freet By your simply following out Gusky's suggestion of purchasing your suit at their great annual Jnne &nit sale yon can obtain a ticket gooU for admission to any cham pionship game played this season at Eecre ation Park. Bemember the ticket is given with every man's or youth's suit to the amount oi $10 or upward. New Train to New York. The Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad, in order to accommodate patrons of their-line, inaugurates to-day fast express, leaving Pittsburg at 6 P. u., arriving in Philadel phia at 7:45 and New York 10:45 a. ir.,with Pullman palace sleeping cars attached. This is in addition to regular express trains leaving at 8 a. M. and 920 P. M. DIED. COX On Friday. Jnne 7. 18S3. at Stephen Cox, Sr., in his 73d year. 4 P.X, Funeral Sunday. June 9, at 2 o'clock, from his late residence, 320 Second avenue. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. GRAHAur On Saturday. June 8, 1889, at 10:40 p. it., Elizabeth Graham, aged 75 yeai s. Funeral on Monday at 3 P. sr., from the res idence of P. Byrne, 2501 Penn avenue. Friend? of the family are respectfully invited to at tend. DRINK BETHESDA WATER and avoid sickness, which is sure to fol low from the use of our city water. The Bethesda is a pure, soft, sweet, palatable and delicious spring water, and the only known cure for Diabetes and Bright's disease of the kidneys. It is also one of the most efficient remedies ever used for Dyspepsia brought on by indigestion, and for Liver Complaint it is unexcelled. It is put up in cases containing one dozen half gallon bottles and sells at $4 50 per case, also in 10 gallon kegs, 10 gallon cans and in barrels. Send for Catalogue, mailed free to any address. JOS. FLEMING & SON, 412 Market Street, Pittsburg. Je6-TTSSU BRICK MEN'S SUITS Dressy Suits in one, 4 two and three-button Cutaways and Prince Alberts, mcluding fine Whipcords and Diagonals, worth $20, now marked Twelve Dollars. BOYS' SUITS Eight Dollars, during this sale, will buy a nobby Cutaway uit for Young Men (age 13 to 17 in fine Corkscrews aha. Diagonals. Just the thing for Sunday wear. $8 HATS Straw Hats, 20c to $1 and $1 50 Soft Hats, four shades, - 38c Stiff Hats, all shapes, $1 FineDerbys, - - - $2 Working Caps, 15c, 25c, 40c. Light Colored Derbys, $1 and $1 50 Genuine Mackinaw Straws, $0c ORDER ANYTHING IN THE LINE ot CLOTHING, HATS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS BY MALL. IF THE GOODS ARE NOT SATIS FACTORY WE WILL REFUND THE MONEY.. T00 LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED JtEAL -ESTATE SAtfiMAJl' none but experienced man need apply, -will give tbe right man n Interest -In thobuil.. nessfrare chance: alf. eommunlratlons strictly confidential. Address BKAL EdTAXE, Dispatch office, Je9-K7 IOK SALE-!70 PEE FOOT, It? SOLD AT aa. ih. nat lnt on Lesley ave.: cor. nt Margarettast.: 111x170 feet: Margsxetta st. paved and sewered at present owner's expense: terms to suit. CHAS. SCHWAN. opposite, .uat Liberty station. Je9-12 OKSALE-450 PEE FOOT; ONLY 2 MOKK lots left in Clearvlew place; street paved and sewered, and sold under building restrictions: thesoarethe cheapest lots of the kind In tbe East End. CHAS. SOU WAN, opposite East. Liberty station. Telephone 4195. JC9-BS ( EOK SALE-81.C00-FBAME HODSE, 3 BOOMS and attic; lot 23x110; Bosetta. street. Nine teenth wnrd. . ?U33 Frame house, 3 rooms and cellar; good wjter: lot 50x110; near cable line. 82. COO Framehouse.Srooms;clty water, porches, pantry : one square from Hlland avenue; lot48x0 feet fs, CC0 Frame house. 8 rooms, finished attic, good cellar, city water, porches, pantry: fine lo cation and near Hlland avenue; lot 2x128; look: at this property. Houses In all parts of the East End from 8I.CB0 to 823,103. Parties wanting to buy Jiut End prop erty shonld call and see me before baying. 1 will cheerfnlly drive parties wanting to look at-Trop-erty any time from 9 a. 31. to s 1. x. CHAS. SCUWAN, opposite East Liberty station. Telephone 51V3. jco-liS FOB SALE EAST END LOTS FOB SALE BY CHAS. SCUWAN, opposite East Liberty station. 8300 Lots 23x123, near Lincoln are. Loot at these lots If you want to speculate. SiuO-lxt SixllO. Bosetta St., N Ineteenth ward. " sjU0-LotSoxll0((Kosettast., Nineteenth ward. faoO Lot5iixlou,lto3ettst . Nineteenth ward. fauo--Lot 10x130, Brnshton ave., near station. (900 Lot 50x130, cor. Brushton and Bennett st. 8900 Lot soxuo, Lincoln aye., beyond the bridge. rl, 130 Lot 42x120, Shetland ave., near Larimer. 1,200 Lot 60x110, corner lilncald and tlne blddleave.. Nineteenth ward, near cable line. 81,600 Lot 60x1 Bond street. Nineteenth ward. fc400 Lot 13x120, cor. Larimer aye. and May. flower St., pared and sewered. Lots lu all parts of the East End from 8230 to 810,01X1. Call and see me before you buy. C11A3. bCHWAN, opposite East Liberty station. Tele phone 5195. ' Je9-t3 rE MEMBERS OF ZOCCO LODGE NO. StsS L O. O. F., are requested to meet at tue undertaking rooms of E. L-Devore, 13 Sixth avenue, to attend fnneral Bro. Will Kennedy, at 3 P. 31., sharp. By order je9-128 C. H. NESSLER, N. G. NOT1CE-L. W. NO. 10, B. P. AD. OF A members are requested to meet at their HalL No. 102 Fonrtli avenue, at ICO p.m., nUNDAY. JuneS, 1SS9, to attend the luceral of. Bn. Will Kennedr. je9-U8 D. E. ALEXANDER, R. 8. TLOCK BsLAND x urnished cottage to let, near bathing beach; no land breeze. Address CHARLES E. PERRY, Insurance Agent, Block Island, R. I. Je9-121sa LOST-SIBO REWARD A BOX ABOUT 3 or i feet long, and 2feet high, covered with, canvass and marked "Consul General, Sao Francisco." was swept by the flood from ex press train No. 8 at-Conemangh. This box con tains papers valuable only to theconsul general and a reward ot JIC0 will be paid for its recov ery ana aeuvery at tue. mayors omce, Altoona, Pa, X.UJ 3MD. H. TURNER. Mavor. LIANG TING TSUA, Consul GeneraL ie9-123 JOHNSTOWN The finest series of views of the ruined district. The only place where news of the Broken Dam From all sides can be bought is DABB S, 602 Liberty, - - Pittsburg'. je9-72 COPIES QT? ' tIOOu NlOJOIjnjlr'H? For sale by "W. S. Bell & Co.. 428 Wood St, Pittsburgr, Pa. je978 FLOOD PHOTOGRAPHS I m ST ,- WALL 12. CHILDRl'S SDITS. , All our fine Children's -Suits, formerly $6 and $7, are now marked $3 and $4. sr ;-JM IBM.- . -" E3B1: V ( 2N'