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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. 'FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1890.
THEY lOO EAST, The Colts Make Another Show of the Erie Team. THE ASSOCIATION BATTLE. Tery Good Opening Games at Colum bus and Philadelphia. THE SPORTIKG NEWS OF THE DAT. The local National League Club scored another victory at Recreation Park by" de feating the Erie team. Bain prevented the game between Pittsburg P. L. Club and the Chicagos. The American Association cham pionship season opened with some good games. Tne last exhibition came of the spring series on the home grounds was played yes terday at Recreation Park, and as usual the local National League youngsters scored a a one-sided victory. Their opponents were the Erie aggregation, of the New York and Pennsylvania League. Tne visitors, although they got four runs had no more show of winning the game than they had on Wednesday, when they scored no runs at all. They only found the hall twice, and one of the hits was a very questionable one at that Probably Youngman had as much right for an error as Bojd had for a bit, bat the doubt was given in favor of the hit. A FEW BBIIXTAXT PLAYS. There were only about 200 people presentand they saw a very long game with a few brilliant plajsin It. Duel" Hemp made a splendid running catch, one of tbe kind that catches the crowd when the scats are all full. The specta tors gave htm plenty of applause for bis feat, but no more than he deserved. There are not many more brilliant catches made than that of Hemp's yesterday. He was on a hard run, and when he got the ball he went rolling over as if doing the somersault act. Ducky is a fine fielder. Dunlap, Hines and La Roque also played well. Brandenburg showed up very mod erately beli.nd the bat while be was there, liis throning to bases was very bad, and his part ner. Baker, was very wild; so much so that tho pair were retired at the end of the third inning and Gray and Wilson took their places. Grayjdld fairly well, and Wilson again showed that he is as fine a thrower to basss a an en thusiast would desire to see. Tbere are, indeed, tew who can throw to a base with better aim than Wilson, and tbereis every indication that in him tbe local club directors have secured an excellent man. He moves around like a ball player, although he is a little uncertain on high foul flies. ONLY TWO "HITS. Tbe visitors were miserably weak at bat, getting only two bits, and they were made off Uraj's delivery. To a great extent good pitch ing was tbe cause, but in many instances tbe visitors struck at balls that were considerably wide of tbe mark. Old and experienced play ers would not have been decoyed as were tbe Erie representatives, and, therefore, in m..nv cases, would have secured tbeir bases on balls. Sbamns, a Pittsburger, pitched the first five Innings for the Eries and 13 hits, with a total of 15 bases were made off h.s delivery. He was relic ed by Newell, who was touched np for two three-baggers in the first inning he pitched. However, the visitors were no match for Man ager Heeler's team. The contest, as above stated, was too one sided to make it necessary to tell tbe story of tbe run getting In detail. One side hit tbe ball and was in addition to that favored with errors, while tbe other side couldn't hit the ball, but had their share of favors in tbe way of mistakes by their opponents. The home players really banged the ball all over tbe lot, and Sunday even had the audacity to try and make a home rnn. SUNDAY'S BIO HIT. It was in the sixth inning, when Newell was pitching, Sunday thumped the ball to the right field fence and tried to get home on the hit, but after running pluckily be was nabbed about six feet from the plate. Billy laughed and said he thought be could make it. He and Kelty had a contest for batting honors, but Kelty had a shade tbe best of it. Each had three singles and a triple, bnt Kelty was only four tim"S at bat and bunday as six tiine. The visitors obtained three of their four runs on mistakes by Baker and Brandenburg. In the second inning after a man was out Baker hit Shamns with a pitched ball and sent him home on two very wild pitches. Brandenburg's errors were responsible for tbe second rnn. In tho third inning Baker again hit a man with a pitched ball: he also made a wild throw and that v ith a sacrifice hit sent in the run. A base on balls and two passed balls sent in the fourth run. The following is the full score: P1TTSBCBC II B P A I EKIES. K B r A E Kuntlay, r 2 4 0 Hemp, m.. .432 Hines, 1 3 2 13 Dnnlap.2 .12 1 I.& hoque. 6. 1 2 2 Youngni'n,3 10 1 Kelty, 1 3 4 0 Brand'b'K,c2 1 3 Baker, p .. 10 0 "Wiltoi c . 1 0 5 Gray. . .... 0 0 0 Ojbhields, 2 ... 1 0 Patterson, 1. 1 OMiay. m 0 OlGIIen, s 0 2 4 2 0 1 0 3 3 n s 0 1 1 0 8 0 7 0 0 0 0 bhanins. p . 1 bechrlst, r.. 1 llonagnys u Manalee, 1 0 Boyd, c 0 Aewell, p.. 0 Totals 4 2 24 13 8 Totals 19 IS 27 14 5 Pittsburgs . Eries .. .. 2 6 4 0 2 2 2 1 '-19 0 21001000-4 Earned runs l'lttsbnrys, 8, Erles, 0. Two-base bits -Hines, LaKoque, Brandenburg. Tbrce-baehlts bunday. 1,-iltoquc. Kelty. Total bases on hits I'iitsburjrs, JZ: Erie, 2. sacrifice hits Dunlap. Paturson, Manafee. Hrst base on errors i'lttsburps. 3, tries, 1. First base on balls Off Baker, bechritt; off Grav, Patter-on, eweIL, bechrlst, 2. off bhamus. Laltoque. oun?man. Brandenburg, Baker; off ewell, Dunlap. Kelty, Wilson. Double plays fchamus. blilclds and Manafee; LaKoque, Hines and lonnfrman; Gllicn andDon aphy. btolen baes bundav. 3; Hemp, Kelty, 2, Wil son, bhleldsand ewell. f btrnck out By Baker, bhay, Gillen, Donanhy. Manalee; by oray, shields. Gillen. Sliamus. Sechrist DouafrhT 2. Manafee, by bhamus, foung xnan. Gny: hv Jewell Gray. Hit br pitched ball-By Baker, bliaraus, bblelds; bvAewelL Hemp. Passed balls-Boyd, 3; Wilson. 2. lid pitches bhamus, 2: Baker, 2. Left on bases l'lltsburgs. 7: Eries, 4. Time Two hours and 10 minutes. Umpire Zacbanas. BEAT THE JAHESTOWXS. Manager YatV Tenm Keep Cp Their Good Work nt McKeenpnrt. UrtCIAI. TELEGBAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 McKeesport, April 17. The Jamestown club was defeated by the McKeesport club to day in a game that was well attended, and everyone was pleased with the work ot Man ager Voss' colts. They played a good game aud batted well. Miller leading at the bat with a double and two singles, closelv followed by Voss, Shoup, Jabns Provins and Patterson. The home club is now playing good ball, and will give Hecker's colts a very cood game to morrow when they come here to play Tin our grounds. In to-daj's game Voss, hhoup and Millei did good infield work, and Cote and Lancer both caucht well Plummcr pitched the first four innings and did very well, only he was somewhat wild in the first and second innings but after that he settled down and none of the Jamestown sluggers could touch him. In tbe fifth Thompson, who pitched for our county league club, was put in. and did well considering tbe fact that be had not had any practice this year vet. He gives promise of being a cood man. Tho score: M'KIXSF'llT.R B P A K JJAMKSTOWNB, B P A E Lancer, c. 1 Lranion, m. 1 Miller, s 2 VO!, 1 1 blioap, 2.... 0 Patterson, 1. 2 Provins r . 1 Inhnh. 3 .... 2 l'luimuer, p. 0 Cole, c ... 0 Tllioinpon,p 0 Klefer. m... 1 Nash, 1 l Kelley, 1 ... 0 Manluve. 8 0 O'Kourke, r. 0 Marlln. 2.... 0 bpurney, 3.. 1 Iltam, p. ... l Wlrsche, c . 1 W ll'gtou. p. 0 Totals S 7 27 18 S Totals .10 12 27 19 o McKeesport. 2 3 12 10 0 0 1-10 Jamestowu 1 30000100 i Earned runs McKeesports, 4: Jamestowns, 1; 'i wo-bare hlu Miller, Kelley, bpnrney. Three-base hit Kiefer. btolen bases-Lancer. Miller 2. Shonp2, Provins 3, Plummer, Voss, -Nash 2, Beam. StrucK out Bv Plummet; S; by Thompson, S:" bv Beam, 4. by Wilmington. 3. Hit by pitcher By Plummer, 1; by Beam, 2; by T Ilnumrton, l. "W lid pitches Beam, 2: Plummer, 2; Thompson, 1; Wilmington, 1. ' Passed balls Wlrsche. 4 Bases on balls OffThompson, 2; off Plummer,2; off Beam, 2: off Wilmington, 1. Time ofgmc One hour and 0 minutes. Umoire Kin;. THE ASSOCIATION OPEXIXCr. Columbus Defeats the Toledo! In Quite a Lively Game. Columbus. April 17. Columbus and Toledo opened the championship season on the local grounds. Attendance, 4,000. A parade and band concert preceded the game. Members of tbe Legislature and State officials were present by invitation. The grounds were in fine condi. tion and presented a gala appearance. The batteries were : For Columbus, Gastright and O'Connor; for Toledo, Healy and" Sage. --The feature of the game was the strong batting on both side. Columbus had 14 bits and 2 errors, and Toledo 10 hits and 6 errors. Score by Innings : Toledos 0 01002 1 I 2-9 Columbu 2 2 C 3 01 6 0 -14 Earned runs Columbus. 5; Toledo. 7, 1 wo-liase hits McTamany, Johnson, Meholion, Alvord, bspe. Three-bate hits Dorle. G&ilrlcht. Alvord 2. Home run Ilealv. Bases on balls By Gxatrlght Si by Healy, 2. Bases riven for hitting man with ball By Gist rirht. I: byHealv. 1. '- Mruek ont-By Gastrizht 1: by Healy, 1. Time of game Two hours and nine minutes. Umpire Odea. THE ATHLETICS W0X. Callihnn'a Kervonsneas Ennblra Them to Defeat the Kochester Tenm.1 Pnii.ASEi.PHiA. Annl 17. The American Association championship season here opened encouragingly this afternoon, nearly 3 500 per sons witnessing tho Athletic-Rochester came. McMahon and Robinson and Calliban and McQnire were the batteries, and it was owing to Callihan's aprarent nervousness in the first part of tbe game that the local club secured a victor. The score: Athletics 3 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 1-11 Kncheslers 2 05010000 S Base hits Athletics 11: Rochester. 13. Errors AthletlcA. 3: Rochesters. 6. Earned runs Athletics, 1: Rochester. 1. Two base hits Welch, McMahon, McBulre. Three base hit Greenwood. Stolen bases O'Brien, George Sshaffer. First on balls By Callahan, 6; by McMahon, 4. nil ov piicner uy uaiianai Mruckoui By Callahan. 5: M'jillnhan. 1. Ilaban. 5: bv McMahon. 1. w no pucnes uauanan, z. Umoire Kmslie. BEAT THE BRUOKIiYXS. The Syracuse Stars Puta Up a Good Game nml Win. New Yoke, April 17. The American Asso ciation championship season becan at Ridge wood Park, Brooklyn, before a crowd of 2,191 people. The frame was sharp and well con tested Brooklyn lost through errors in the field. Score: Brooklyn 0 10100000-2 Syracuse 0 010101003 Earned runs Brooklyn. 1. Two-base hit O'Conneil. stolen bases Toole, Fennelly, Wright, Dorgan, 2; Ely. Double plavs Simon and Toole: O'Conneil, Ger hardt and O'Brien. First base on balls Veltz. 2: Fennelly, Wright, Doreiui. 2: Ely. 2. McLaughlin and Brlggs. MrucW out Toole. Pellz. Casey. Time Two hours and 2U minutes. Umpire Mr, Barnum. To-Dny' Game at ItlcKeeiport. McKeespobt, April 17. Tbe Pittsburg League team will play tbe McKeesports to morrow. Berger and Jones will be in the box for Pittsburg. Milbee and Baker will twirl the sphere for the home team. There is promise of an immense crowd being present. The Al toonas will play here Monday and Tuesday. PK0I7D OF C0EBETT. The California People Will See That Be Has n Fair Chnnce. ffPZCIAt. TXLEOBAK TO TOE DISPATCH 1 San Francisco, April 17. There is hardly a doubt but that the California Athletic Club will offer a f 20,000 purse for a fight between John L. Sullivan and Peter Jackson before long. President Fnlda claims that Sullivan agreed some time ago to ficht for less, and his refusal to keep his bargain aroused consider able antagonism to him among tbe club's mem bership, but the desire to see these great fighters face each other in the ring has obliterated nearly all of this, and it looks now as though Sullivan's terms would be accepted as soon as Jackson returns here. The best California judges of pugilism believe that Jim Corbett can outspar any fighter living, but they are not so certain that he can whip bullivan or Jackson. He will have a chance, however, to fight any man in the world if he desires it upon his return to his native heath. Reddy Gallagher, who is to fight Billy Mc Carthy, has a week longer to get ready for the fight. He has not fully recovered from a slight illness which attacked him in Cleveland. Jim Corbett will have a great reception here on his return from the East. His easy defeat of McCaffrey has raised him greatly In the estimation of the lovers of pugilism. It is probable that Jake Kilrain will have another chance with him. If he defeats Kilrain in a finish fight he will then be matched against any fighter living. Winners nt Memphis. Memphis, April 17. The attendance was large at tbe races to-day and the track slow. Following were the results: Firt race, one-half mile Annie Brown first, Pbllora second. Black Knight third. Time, S3)i seconds. becond race, five furlongs Mary H first, Carl ton feecond, Bonnie Annie third, rime, 1:37). Third race, one and one-eighth miles Biack buorn first, Marie K second, airy Queen third. Time. 2:071s. fourth rice, one and one-sixteenth miles Hockinc first. Hypocrite second, Ernest Kace third. Time, 1:59 Filth race, one mile Mountain first, Willie M second, Carrie M third. Time, 1:MS. Profeaanr Under in Demand. PnsxsrTAwyEY. April 17. Professor S. W. Rader, of Perrysville, has made more than local faute as a ball twtrler, and has received an offer from tbe club at Pittsburg to go tbere and show bis extraordinary skill in that direc tion. Tbe club offers to pay his expenses to and from that place, and if he comes up to the scratch, he will be engaged at once. He will Srobably accept the offer for a trial, and if 6o, e will make a record, as his skill with the ball has been a matter of surprise and wonder in these parts for sometime. Englinh Rnclnff. LONDON, April 17. This was the lastday of the Newmarket Craven meeting. The princi pal race on the card the Craven stakes of 10 sov creicns each, half forfeit, with 500 added, for 3-year-olds, winning penalties and maiden allow ances, one mile and 22 yards was won by Lorri Hartington's bay colt Marlon, Lord Calihorpe's bav colt Wildfire second. Mr. Abincton's brown colt Touchwood third. There were eight starters. Elizabeth Races. 'SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Elizabeth Race Track, April 17. Another fine day. large crowd and a well framed programme were the features here to day. Tbe track was deep in dust, making it somewhat unpleasant. Flret race, five and one-half furlongs Blue Kock first, 2 to t and 3 to 5; Merldcn second, 7 to 1 and 5 to 2; Tipstaff third, 9 to 5 and 3 to 5. lime, l:09i. bicond race, one-half mile Best Boj first, 4 to 1 andfitoS, Hands Off secoud. 7 to 2 and 6 to 5; Lottie third. 15 to 1 and 6 to 1. Time, 0.51V. Third race, one and one-sixteenth miles Mala first, 6 to I and 2 to 1; Ktau second, 4 to 1 and 7 to 5. Clay Stockton third, 16 to 5 and even. Time, 1:5:X. luurthrace. one-half mile Eclipse first, 4 tol and 8 to 5: Terrlfler second, S to 1 and 2 to 1; Gray Kock third, lu to 1 and 4 to 5. 1 line. 0.51X. tilth race one mile Watterson first, 4 to 1 aud 6 to 5; bam Morse second. 5 lo 2 and 6 to 5: Klngs bridce third, 8tooandlto2. lime, l:45jj. sixth rice, one and one-sixteenth mile. King Crab first, S to 5: to'i second, 3 to 1; Martin Itns sell third. IS to 1. Time. 1:51. Mny Not Hove a Track. After all there may not be a cinder track at Recreation Park. The contractors, after sur veying the ground, are of opinion that tho park is too small to permit a good quarter mile track, Tbere will be a meeting of the club di rectors to discuss the matter. It may not bo out of place to suggest that if tbere is not room for a quarter of a mile track make a shorter one. .porting Notes. THE battle rojai will commence to-morrow. The Lnuisville-St. Louis game was prevented by rain yesterday. The Pittburg National League team will play in McKeesport toiay. Jack Barnitt emphatically denies that John L. Sullivan is increasing in "eight. CONSTAJ.T Reader No public reason has been given as to why tho fight did not take place. There are letters at this office for the man apenof the Our Bojs and the Duquesne ball clubs. RAIN prevented the local Players' team from plalng the Chicago team at St. Louis yes terday. Luck has been strongly against the local P. L. boys on their trip to St. Louis. They will arrive home to-day. The New York (N. L.) club are weeding out tbeir stock of players. Thevwill release Out fielder Murphy, Siefke and Dooley. It is stated that Jack Mc Aullffe, the pugilist, is to be married to Miss Kitty Hart, the leadlug lady of the "Hole in tbe Ground." The New York National .League , club wfU have a band concert npon tbe Polo Grounds every Saturday during the season. The Power Hall team, of Diamond street, are now ready to play any team whose mem bers are not more than 16 years of age. Secretary Teneb, of the local P. L. club, has been doing some mil hustling this week in getting things ready for to-morrow's opening. Manager Charles Maron, of the Phila delphia Professionals, says that he has been verv meanly treated by the Ne York P. L. club. The American Association games scheduled for to-dav are: Syracuses at Brooklyn, Toledos at Columbus, St Louis at Louisville, Rochesters at Philadelphia. The J. Galvins have organized for the sea son and would like to play any club whose members are under 16 years of age. Address John Sweeny, 8 Boyd street, city. Director O'Neill, of the local National League club, says that he is after a trood in fielder who has not played in tbe National League but is considered a good one. Manager Mutrte was looking over his flags yesterday. He has 11, which he has won in 15 years. Clark, who was standing by said: "Jim, we will make it 13 for jou next fall. ' Keeee and Ewing will be the battery for the New York Players' League team to-morrow, and Buffinton may pitch for the Philadelphia P. L. team. George W. Lee has completed arrange ments with the Undine Barge Club, of Phila delphia, to train tbeir crews for the Fourth of July regatta. He leaves for Philadelphia this week. John Quinn. of Pittsburg, will be in this city in a few days, and will try and arrange a clove contest between Pat Farrell and Dom inick McCaffrey. Mr. Quinn is willing to back Farrell against McCaffrey, either to a finish or for a limited number of rounds. JSew York Sun. Manager Jim MutrieIs receiving many congratulations on the team which he has got together. Jim is therefore happy, and is more confident that his men will make a.fluo show ing during tbe championship season. Deny, Bassett Glasscock and the othei players have shown up so well that Jim's friends have nearly shaken his arm off. Australian Billy JiUKPHT has won in purses alone while in California $5200 since bis arrival there, less than a year ago. That u considerable wealth for a man wholanded there penniless after working his nassage over. It is said that after Mnrpbygotthe decision over Warren be was so elated that he won so cailr that he went out and purchased a glass of wine and smoked a cigarette, but was not seen again around bis old haunts for two days. THE WEATHER, For Western Penn sylvania, West Virginia and Ohio, rain, cooler, northwesterly winds. PrrrsBURO. April 17, 1S90. The United States Signal Service officer In this city furnishes the- following: Time. T'ir. iw. (I sSkv- iX YP mm Mwaf 8:00 a. m.,,. 43 IMaxlmum temp,,.. S3 12.-00 H 33 Minimum temp..... 33 1:0DF. M Mean temp 5J 2-oor. m 60 Range 23 t-oor. x Ralnrall 0 s-oop. it 57 Hirer at 5:2) r. X., 8.4 feet, a fall of 0.8 feet last hours. River Teleernm. rSrXCIAI. TXLEGIAMS TO TBS DISVATCR.1 Morqawtoww River 5 feet 6 inches and stationary. Weather cloudy. Thermometer, 61 at 4 r. X. Waebkn River 2 1-10 feet and falling. Weather clear and warm. Brownsville River 6 feet 5 inches and falling. Weather clear. Thermometer, 61s at 7 p.m. Louisville River falling, with 12 feet 2 inches in the canal, 9 feet 8 inches on the falls and 31 feet 8 Inches in the locks. Memphis River fell 2 feet 10 inches. St. Loins River 13 feet 6 inches and rising. Weather cool and disagreeable. Cincinnati River 30 feet 9 Inches and fall, inc. Drizzling. Departed Keystone State, Pittsburg. Wheeling RiverO feet 9 Inches and falling. Departed Hudson, Cincinnati; Scotia, Pitts burg. Garfield Memorial Dedication. Cleveland, April 17. The Masonic Com mittee of the dedication of the Garfield me morial extend an invitation to all Masonic bodies to participate in tbe ceremonies on May 30 next. On account of the crowd that will probably be in attendance it will be impossible for the local organizations to entertain visitors. 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Henderson. 503 Main St. Sbarpsbnrg. Brill & AiiRlin, 806 Main St., Sharpsbnrg. J. Po, 1020 Main St.. Sharpsburg. W. Eversmann, 426 Wjhe ave. J. H. Gamble. 149 Wylie ave. Mrs. Sorrecco. 3 Wylie ave. J. K. McKelvy, 62 Wylie ave. Mrs. A. Bauer. 148 Wylie ave. C. Cijntte. 1123 Liberty st Bhon Croplier, 43 Washington St. W. (iieske, 77 Wylie ave. E. M. Rosenblatt. 232 Wylie aye. C. F. Ojer, 4S7Fitth ave. J. Benzenhofer. 53$ Fifth ave. Mr. Frommer. i52 Fifth ave. J. K. Burns, 4107 Penn ave. Mrs. Ainscougli. 4617 Penn ave. C. H. Bingler. Hazelwood ave. H. H. Wrench. 754 Second ave. G. Heplin, 71 Renova St., Glenwood. A. Vierf elder. Vespucins st, Glenwood. J.G. Lash & Co., Cor. Renova st and Second. W. B. Armstrong, 2286 Second aye. Mrs. Roop, 1364 Becond ave. Frichtinger Bros , 1391 Second ave. J. E. Williams. Forward ave..Four-MiIe Run. W. J. Grpen, Forward ave.. Four-Mile Ran. Felix McKmgut. Second ave. A. J. Dougherty, 135 Forbes st. Mrs. McNamee. 682 Second ave. H. Whalen, 722 Second ave. John Kane. 954 Second are. B. Burns, 63 Bates st P. Connelly, 66 Bates St. Mrs. Paudtle, 223 Center are. M. Nielander. 229 Bedford ave. Mr. Brown. 128 Forty-third st Street A Spicer, Bennett station. J. Pfltzenmeler, Bennett station. F. H. Callahan, Bennett station. Mrs. C. Schmitt. Bennett station. C. Terry. Bennett station. Mrs. Haner, Sbaler township. . Mrs. K. Schwartz, Snaler township. A. Woter. Shaler township. William Voltz, J607 Penn ave. Frank Anderson. 31 Water st J. Marasco, 139 Water st. Mrs. McGuire, 200 Penn are. Miss K. McAllister. 206 becond ave. F. W. Boehmer. 180 Main st Thos. Cropliey, 43 Washineton St. Frank Anderson 31 Water st J. Marasco, 139 Water st. D. 8. Daeis. 668 Fifth ave. Mrs. A. Swan, 101 Grant st C. Paeaninco, 72$ Fifth are. R. J. Lamgan. 119 Pike st Wm. Conner. Forty-seventh and Hatfield St. Mrs. Geo. French, 6015 Penn ave. John Feick, 3702 Butler st. C. Hughes, 3110 Penn ave. B. R. Ginder, No. 1 Grant St. J. W. Bane, cor. Ross and First are. Rose A Chirazo, 3S27 Butler st Roberts Cook. 3805 Butler st. B. Stadelman, 2917 Penn ave. Mrs. J. O'Neil. 2S22 Penn are. J. R. Patton. 2624 Penn are. SOTJTHSIDE. Bernhart Earth, 2735 Carson st M. Wngner, 217 Carson st Mrs R. Schoffer. 1005 Carson St. Rossiter Bros , 2337 Carson st George Barbier. 1021 Carson st. Mrs. J. Walker. 21.27 Carson st M. Wilson, 813 Carson st John Nelson. 1607 Carson st E. L. Gutb, 2901 Carson st W. A. Ro9s, 1706 Carson st H. Rattelman, 1800 Carson st M. Hirscb. 2528 Carson st John Stance, 2900 Sarah St. Mrs G ibriel, 2425 Sarah st W. McGarey. 1400 Sarah st John Loches. 2o05 Sarah st A. Somer, 2006 barah st John Wolf, 2618 Sarah st John Weber, Twenty-seventh and Sarah sts. Mrs. Bracken. 294 Sarah st D. Kacb. 1809 Jane st J. Underlie, 124 Nineteenth st W. Barkler. 147 Nineteenth st Jane Roney, 2025 Jane st A. Homeraier, 2405 Jane st Mrs. Nonll. 2517 Jane st ZIrk Horst, Stinwix and Virginia sts. Julius Wild, 235 Virginia st A. C. Slater, Virginia and Kersagests. Peter & Bro.. 182 Steuben st J. Wallace. 26$ Wabash are. Mrs. Tim. 12 West Carson st William Johnston, 2634 Carson st A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR rt uunuuiUL vJUUVUIIIII, Fifty Tickler Tags to us. or a Fine Plush Photo mhtl-146-MWF TBE BLOOD The many remarkable cures by Burdock Blood Bitters of blood diseases that hare bfen Ineffectually treated for years by other reme dies, the wonderful influence of B. B. B. In erery form of blood disorders from quickly re moving annoying and irritating pimples and blotches to permanently curing scrofulous sores and ulcers of long standing its unparalleled and unbroken record Jn removing all effects of bad blond, is explained by its being a medicine containing purifying and curative properties which are unknownto andto not exist in any other preparation in the world. A medicine purely vegetable, carefully prepared, contain ing within itself a combination of regetable re medial acents that search out erery particle of blood humor and correct bad digestion. BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS Though so powerful as to act on and cure the most stubborn blood and digestive diseases, no ill effects erer follow the use of B. B. B., eren with those of weak constitution. Truly, it is monarch ot all remedies for the blood, poverty and imparity ot which caue that tired, weary feeling, rashes and, skin eruptions, erysipelas, scrofnla and many other diseases. MAEKBT. Sole Aaents for tbe Celeliratei TICKLES. THE FOLLOWING DEALERS : SOTJTHSIDE Continued. Mrs. S. Leech, 1S6 Stenben st Ed Goetz, Main st and Wabash are. T. F. Mclntyre. 174 Main st P. Dougherty. Mam st and West End. Mrs. M. Marshall. West Carson and Mala ft. W. A. Larimer, 2700 Carson st G. H. Smith. 1503 Carson st Henry Joe. 2911 Carson sr. Mrs. A. Wirtb, 2917 Carson st Hartman Coleman, 2836 Carson St Jacob Rehholz. 627 Carson st A. Bevilacqua, 9 Carson st Wm. Dietrich. 3000 Carson st Jacob Young. Jr., 2525 Sarah st Jacob Gaub, 2724 Sarah St. Warren Clilton, 2204 Sarah st Dare Bnttmore, 2100 Sarah st Jas. Richmond, cor. Nineteenth and Sarah, Martin Hick, 2916 Jane st D. Emery. 2716 Jane st J. H. Miller, 39 Twenty seventh st Jas. Donahue. 2930 Jane st Jos. Webel, 130 Eighteenth st F. Lissfelt cor. Jane and Twentieth sts. T. E. ' ook & Co, 123 Twenty-fifth st Wm. Strobel, cor. Twenty-first and Jane f tfc ALLEGHENY. John Duff. 39K Federal st Wylie & Schreiber, 69 Federal st George Ossman, 95 Federal st B. Wleman. 181 Federal st J. H. Jones. 218 Federal st Mrs. Wall. 375 Rebecca st W. M. Crow, 187 Rebecca st Mrs. Wright, 279 Rebecca st Jobn Dietrich. ia Robinson st Miss Wagner. 120 Robinson st H. Graf, 30 Rebecca st S. A. Frv. 132 Rebecca st W. West 104 Bearer are. O. C. Taylor, 132 Bearer are. F. B. Kobne. loO Beaver are. W. Pace. 215 Beaver are. Mrs. B. Weiss. 218 Bearer are. A. R. Miller, 227 BeaTer are. C. Kraucher, 250 Bearer are. C. Scraigt 262 Bearer are. Jobn Bender, 273 Bearer are. C. Young. 239 Beaver ave. Mrs. Heckmar. 269 Beaver are. James Bnrk. 441 Beaver are. John J. Berflncn. 141 Bearer are. Mrs. J. Orschel. 354 Bearer are. W. Esplen, 122 Bearer are. J. Pendleton, 177 Cass are. G. Wenbrstent, 193 and 195 Cass are. to. J. Kelly. 697 Preble are. C. Mesplay. 55 Benton st Mrs. A. Wheeling, 20 Spence st Mrs. bchetzel, 699 Preble ave. Adam Hahn. 77 Sedgwick st Mrs. Noon. 596 Preble ave. Jones & Co , 264 Franklin st Mrs. E. Porter. 245 Jackson st A. D. Bucramel, 112 Taggart ft A. B. Elliott, 61 Charles st W. More, Perrysrille are. William Roll. 103 Charles st A. Spilker, 104 Taggart st R. Warnock. 45 Lithgo st B. Buttmore. 85 Charles st F . btalder, 90 Chestnut st lr A. Zak, 24 Chestnut st F. Wagner, 233 Ohio st George Scberer, 248 Ohio st Mrs. Horr, 33 Madison are. Mrs. C Beckyer. 125 Chestnut st A. Smith. 140 Chestnut st J. M. Hilliard. 27 E. Diamond st A. Brtegel, 31 E. Diamond st Heidecer Bros.. 50 S. Diamond st John Wagner, 58 East st C. Laulbaber. 117 bast ct J. C. Wall, 121 East st W. H. Wagner, 168 East st G. Hoenecker. 176 Eastst John Snyder. 201 East st E. Hasley, 209 East st W. Tncke, 236 East st Mrs. C. A. Granner. 267 East st Adam Klein, 305 East St. Fred Scbultz, 311 East st Alex Velzak. 398 East st F. Schume, 502 East st Joseph LoefHer, 116 Spring Garden are. Mrs. Schorr. East Ohio st Mrs. Stier, East Ohio st Mr. Sbeffler, 143 Chestnut st Mr. Stott Troy Hill. T. Faust 267 Lacock st Mr-. Woodbe". 255 Manhattan st David Byers. 390 Allegheny are. Mrs. Price. 465 Preble are. Mrs. 8. Williams. 690 Preble are. Mrs. Westbey, 602 Preble are. W. A. Blackstock. 12 Ohio st A. P. Stright 214 Arch st E. C. Price, cor. Monterey and Jackson itt. K. A. McKenna, 109 Monterey st W. J. Nesbit, 110 Monterey st Jos. Bauer, 15 Spring Garden are. Mrs. Susan Mesplay, 631 Preble are. B. Hammond. 233 Franklin st T. C. Harbison. Federal st Geo. Gault, cor. Anderson and Rirer its. E. O'Brien. 240 Robinson st Jas. DemDey, 21 Anderson st A. P. Stright, 214 Arch st H. Roney, 43 Anderson st A. E, Maloney. 6 Benton st Mrs. Dillon. 169 Cass are. Mrs. John Hughes, 598 Preble aTB. A. Wittmer, 620 Preulu are. A. A. Pavton, 636 Preble are, Mrs. J. Killen. 53 Craig st M. Gribbin, 307 Rebecca st L. Zemmer, 356 Bearer are. D. T. Irwin, 383 Bearer are. J. Weckerle. 181 Bearer are. Geo. Wickline, 199 Beirer aTe. Stnrbeint & Nesbit. 219 Federal st Geo. W. Wbitebouse. 297 Federal st C. Otterman, 178 Jackon st A. D. Beuerman. 112 Taggart st Mary Gorman. 81 Taggart st A. Fisher, 50 Taggart st G. H. Stratman. 118 Taggart st Maggie Roth, 37 O'Hara st J. F. Beck, 268 East st. Felix Kern, 216 Madison are. A. Binder, 297 Eat t. J. G. Gleich, 350 Madison are. P. A. Smith, 236 Ohio st J. McCIuan. 31 Robinson st B. F. McCall. 52 Lacock st M. Clifford, 72 Robinson st A. Smitb, 140 Chestnut st A. Goetz, 103 Taggart st n the shape of Fine Pocketbook; win be Blren ( every chower of Tickler Tobacco who returns Cabinet Album for the return of 200 Tickler Tan. MONAEGH 10-YEAR SUFFERERS. For abont ten years I was troubled with dis ordered stomach and liver: what I ate would not digest After awhile I was reduced so low that 1 conld not get around to attend to my household duties. Of course, I doctored consid erable and tried a great many things, some times receiving a little relief, but never any permanent benefit Finally, a B. B. B. almanac fell into my hands, and I sent to our drnggist Hammer Bros., Westboro, and procured two bottles of B. B. B. and commenced taking right awar, and in less than a week I felt a great deal better, and by the time the last bottle was gone I could eat almost anything without discom fort I heartily recommend it to any suffering as 1 did Jlrs. C. Conklin, Westboro, Clinton Co., O. I hare been suffering for ten years with ery sipelas, and hare taken doctor's medicine and patent medicine of most all kinds, but none seemed to do me any good. 1 finally made np my mind to try Burdock Biood Bitters, and ham used four bottles, and think myself entire ly cured. I recommend B.B.B. Mrs. Nancy J. McCally, Service, Bearer county. Pa,