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WON IN ONE INNING.
Good Work With the Stick Enables St. Louis to Win. Chicago Takes a Bail Because of Fielding 1 Errors of Fittsburg 1 . Fatal Eases on Balls Lose a Game for Comiskey's Men. Brooklyn, Philadelphia and New York Add Victories to Their Strings. W. L. Pet. | W. L. Pet. Cleveland.. 3 0 1.000 Boston 2 a .900 St. Louis .A 1 .800 Brooklyn.. 2 2 .500 KewYork . i 1 .75( Cincinnati. '2. 3 .40 Chicago. . '■> '-' •'■'' Louisville. 1 4 .200 YVasniiigt'ii a 2 .600 Baltimore . 1 4 .20J I'hild'lp'a. a -' .500|HiUbnrg... 0 ■'< .... St. Lottis, May 2.— Five earned runs in the fifth Inning tells the story of today's victory. The Browns kept up their good slick work of yesterday and batted at will. The Louisvillea made a rally in the eighth and scored their first two runs in the seventh and another in tin' eighth. Gleason was substituted in the ninth and retired the Louisvilies without a score. The attendance was 2,400. Score: 11. 11. E SI I otlis 0 0 0 0 .*i 1 0 0 0- (i 13 4 Lotiisville...O 0 0 0 0 0 3 10- i 6 1 Batteries, Clarkson, Gleason and Reitz, n and Harrington; umpire. Mctiuaid: I r:i-. St. Louis 5, Louisville '-'; lust 1 ase by errors. Louisville 3; left on bases, St. Louis i). Louisville 8; first base on balls, . . Gleason 1. Clausen •_•: struck out, b\ ( lurkson I, by Clausen 1; three-base bits, Werrteu; two-base bits, Crooks, <ibi.-c.i-k. Werdcn. Brown, Urimm; Bacriiloe hit. Grimm; stolen base, Griffin; double plays, < iarksou, Keitz and Werden, Glasscock and \Verden; wild pitches, Clausen 3; time, 2:JU. GIVEN illK GAME. Cleveland Scores Two Runs on liases on Ball.'. Cincinnati. .May 2.— Both Mullane and Young did splendid work in the box this afternoon. The former, how ever, was unfortunate in the matter of bases on balls, as two of the visitors' three runs were scored in that manner. The game was very interesting. The weather was dark and threatening. At tendance, 2,137. Score: It. H. B. Cincinnati... o 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0— • 8 2 Cleveland... l 0 0 I 0 0 1 0 ♦— 3 8 '.' Batteries. Mulliinc and Vaughn. Young and Zimroer: umpire. Emslie; earned run, Cleveland; lhst base by errors, Cincinnati 2, Cleveland 1; left on bases, Cincinnati C,Cleve land D; first base on Lulls, nit" Murlane 3, off "Young!!; struck out, by Mullane 3, by Young 2: two-base hits, Latham, Chilas; sacrifice bits, Vaughn, Smith; stolen bases, Ewiiift, McAleerand Tebeau: double plays, McPbee and Comlskey. MePhee,Sniith and Comiskey, Zimrner and i hilds; time, 1:55. STEIN WAS EFFECTIVE. Brooklyn Defeats "Washington Hc cause of His Good Twirling. Washington, May 2. — Brooklyn turned the tables on Washington today, defeating them in a game replete with good plays. The visitors excelled the home team in all respects. Stein's pitching was too effective for the Sena tors, and lie was supported at critical states in the most approved style. Weather cloudy. Attendance, 2,500. Score: n. n. c Washington..O 10 0 0 0 0 0 o— 1 7 4 Brooklyn 0 :t 0 0 0 0 2 4 *-v 14 1 Batteries, Esper nmi Farrell, Stein and Daily; umpire, NfcLaugblin; earned runs, Washington 1, Brooklyn .">; lirst base by er rors, Washington 1, Brooklyn 1; left on bases, Washington H, Brooklyn 4; lirst base on balls, off Esper 3, off Stein 2; struck out, by Esper !, by Stein 1; three-base bits. Far n-11, Daly, Snilivan, Kiuslow; two-base hits, Foulz •/; sacrifice hits. Shocb, Kinslow; stolen bases, Kadford, Hoy, (iriflin, Daily; double play, Hoy ana Farrell; passed bail, FarrcJ] ; time, l :.'>.'>. EASY PREY FOR NEW YORK. Rusie ji Sore Puzzle for the Oriole Batsman. New I"<>kk, May 2. — Baltimore was again an easy prey for iNew York, and barely -escaped a shut-out. Eusie was a sore puzzle to the Oriole batsnmn, and while McMnhon pitched effectively, yet New York- had no trouble in getting sufScient hits to assure a victory. The weather ehansred, and a balmy day brought out nearly .".000 cranks. The score: It. 11. K. New York.. ..1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 o—s 1') U Biiitimore. ...0 n 0 l"0 0 0 0 o—l 9 4 Batteries, Rurfe nnd Doyle. McMahon and Robinson; umpires, McMahoii and Clarke; earned runs, Sew York :>, Baltimore 1; fir.^l buseen errors. New York 2, Baltimore 2; left on bnflos, New York (i. Baltimore 1: lirst base on bulls, oil' ltusie :(. oil McMahon "; struck out, by Kusi 2. McMnhon 2; three-base hits, Davis. Treadway; sucrirlce bits, Tieruan, Connor. Lyons nnd Kussie; stolen bases, JJurke, Keller; wild pitch, Mcllabon; time, 1 :55. LOST ON 1-JRKORS. Alison Gets a Game on Pittsburgh Poor Fielding. Ptttsbukg, May 2.— Chicago took the had in the third inning today on two bad errors by the home team and main tained it throughout the n;aine. I'itts bum had a chance of winning in the sixth, having three men on bases and nobody out, but failed to score. Dono van'a and Dungan's work in the right field were the features. The grounds A Woman s Letter. 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J?™sjC. s&u%g Liver Pills, 25 cents. jT 4^ £'•""&*"*> were in had condition from the heavy rain, and the weather threatening. At tendance, 1,800. Score: R. H. E PUtsburg....O 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 o—3 7 3 Chicago 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1— 7 1 Batteries, Ehret and Miller, Hutchison nnd Kittredge: inn [ire. Lynch; earned runs, Pittsburgh, Chicago 2; first, base by errors. Chicago l ; lef i on bases, Pittsburgh, Chicago 4; first base on balls, off Ehret s\ Hutchison 5; struck out. by Ehret 2, Hutchison 2: three base hit. IJeckiey; two-base hits, Shugart, Smith, Dahlen; "sacrifice-hits. Lyons. Dono van, Shugart, Bier, Bauer, Hutchison, Par rott, Kittrcdge: stolen bases. Dahlen, Hutch ison; double plays, Bierbauer and Beckley, I'arrott, Kittredge and Alison; hit by picher, by Ehret 1: wild pitch. Miller; time, 1:50. USED UP THREE PITCHERS. Philadelphia Makes Life Miser- able for Boston Xwirlers. Philadelphia, May 2.— The Phil lies developed a baiting strength today and pounded three of Boston's pitchers for seventeen hits, with a total of twen ty-tour bases, whining by a good inar gin. Weather pleasant. Score: IU 11. K. Roslon 4 1 2 0 00 0 00- 7 13 2 Pfailadelpnio 1031 71 0 0 *— 13 17 2 Batteries, Nichols, Garry. Staley aud Gan zell. Weybingand Clements; umpire. Hurst; earned runs," Boston 5, Philadelphia 6; first base on errors, Boston 2. Philadelphia 1: left on bases. Boston 8, Philadelphia '.); first base on t alls, off Staley 1, oft Garry 1, off Nichols 1. off Weyhing 3: struck out. by Staley l, by (.airy 1, by Nichols 1, by Wevbing 1 ; home run, Delehanty; two-base hits, McCarthy, Nash 'J, Lowe." llnuiilton. Thompson. Clem ents. Allen: stolen bases, Duffy, McCarthy, Hamilton. Delehanty V, Hallman. Weyhing; double plays, Allen. Hallman and Boyle, Delehanty, Cross and Weyhiug: hit by pitch er, by Weyhicg 1; wild pitch, Weyhmg; passed balis, Gauzell; lime. — : !'->- GRIFFIN AM) MABKR. A Glove Contest for a $1,000 Parse and $1.OS)O ti Side. "Billy" Maber, the Australian wel terweight, and Jimmy Griffin, of Min neapolis, signed articles of agreement yesterday afternoon in the latter's gym nasium for a twenty-round glove con test, to occur at the rooms of the 'l win City Athletic club on the night of May 25. The contest is to be for a side bet of $1,000 and a purse ut 81,000 offered by the Twin City Athletic club, the winner to take ail of the sidi: money and $750 0f the purse, while the loser will get $250. Col. VV. A. Tanner was agreed upon as stakeholder, and the money was posted with him in the presence of a dozen witnesses. The stipulations of the arti cles ot agreement are that the men are to weigh not more than 143 pounds, and in the event of overweight the side money all goes to the one complying with the rules. The referee is to be chosen on the night of the contest, and on the same afternoon at 3 o'clock the men will be weighed in by the stakeholder. Both Maber and Griffin will start active train ing at once, the former at the hotel op posite the Lurline Boat ciub house and Griffin at bis own gymnasium. Maber will be trained by Bob Turner, of ban Francisco. This contest will be one of theevents*of the season, for both Grif fin and Maber are well known in this country. Maber recently defeated Dan nie Needhain. Considerable money will be bet on the result,for Grittin has many friends both in St. Paul and Minneapo lis, and Frank Phillips, div backer of Maber, will cover all wagers. MOTH WAS .\U.\ KST. Much Surprise Jhnt He Flanked McMillan's Challenge. It seems that Charley Moth is dissat isfied with the arrangements that had been made in uaud faitii for him to meet D. A. McMillan and Evan Lewis at the Olympic this week. Lewis and McMillan each offer ?50 to any man in the world who can stand before them without be ing tiirosvn lor fifteen minutes. Mo one who is acquainted with Moth's prowess can ilouut that he l.as the ability to stay, but he tailed to appear last even ing ;ii the Olympic, and it placed mat ters in a somewhat embarrassing situa tion. McMillan had been announced as his opponent, and the stylo was to have been Gni-co-l lonian, or Moth's specialty. Moth was non est. Any one, in the audience was invited to come .» and try conclusions. TbetoOwas open to ail takers, and Al La France, a power ful bouth SSL Paul amateur, accepted, lie stood McMillan oft for twelve min utes, when he was forced to the eaipet on a half-Nelson and haminerlock. It is expected that Moth will recede from his position and go on this even niir. It lie does not the management will telegraph East for some one to take the place. McMillan save Jack King a scorching roast last evening tor jumping his con tract. King was matched to wrestle Mac twice the present week and Lewis once, but Jack has gone to Chicago, hunting for easier game. This evening a heavyweight will attempt to stand off theb'trangler, and there is fun in store. Cashiers, Cashiers. Fashionable and stylish tailor-made Spring Overcoats for 115.00 (fifteen dol lars) at The Boston, on Thud street. THli OTHKK AVAS BOGUS. And Xow Genuine Young Demp sny and the Nonpareil Will Come. Young Jack Dempsey, of San Fran cisco, as he is known, is a gfuest of the Phoenix Athletic club, and he is looking for a lightweight who is a candidate ior fame and glory- Some five years ago a youthful pugilist of no little skill ap peared in St. Paul, masquerading as young Jack Dempsey. Ihe circum stance is tresh in the minds ot all who have followed up spoiling events, and it is only now that the original and genuine appears that the public mind is disabused of the illusion. Young Demp sey reports that the original Dempsey, tlie INonpareil, will be in attendance upon the next regular meeting of the Phoenix Athletic club, and Jonn S. Barnes and Morris Self will each spat four rounds with him. This will prove a great card, for Dempsey occupies a warm place in the heart of every lover of the manly art. Defeated oniy by men of superior weight, lie still stands the "Nonpareil." Carpenters, Carpenters. Tailor-made, fashionable and durable Spring Nuits tor 118.00 (eighteen dol lars) at The Boston, on Third street. Fop GregKttins to Cover. Boston, May 2.— Hob Fitzsirumons arrived in town yesterday, and when told that Alec Greggains was anxious to make a match with him, he called at the Globe office, where lie was met by .Joe Lewis, who represents Greggains. Fitzsimmons proposed a mated for $5,000 a side and the largest purse. Lewis wished tv make the match fcr the larg est purse without a side bet, but tiie Australian would not consent to any such arrangement. Fitzsiuimous then left a deposit with the Globe for Greg gains to cover if lie wants a match. Business Men, Business Men. Perfect-fitting and fashionable tailor made Business Suits for $20.00 (twenty dollars) at Tin-; Bostox, on Third street. Solly Smith on Deck. Solly Smith, the world's champion feather-weight, is in the city. He looks biiiiht and stroug, and one can scarcely help being predisposed to the opinion that little George Dixon has bitten of! all he can chew. Smith comes under the mauageinent of Zeke Abrahams to spar the clever Omaiia Kid before the Phoenix Athletic club on the night of the Bth. Smith has a world- wide repu tation, and the Kid is nut lacking in the least in encomiums. It will be a great event. Doctors, Doctors. Fashionable and stylish tailor-made Sprint: Suits for £'20.00 (twfenty iloiiars) at Tins Boston, on Third street. THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: WEDNESDAY HAY 3. 1803. FOOLED THE TALENT. Monrovia, at Long odd 3, Wins the Ashland Oaks at Lexington. Mary B M, Opening at 10 to 1, Was Backed Off the Boards. St. Louis Talent Picks Four Out of the Five Win ners. Results at Nashville, Eliza beth, Gloucester and Bennings. Lexington, Ky.. May 2. — The weather was clear today, but the track was very heavy; attendance, 5,000. All the races were closely contested, except the Ashland Oaks, which Monrovia, at lonj; odds, won hands down. In the fourth race Mary B M opened at 10 to 1, and was backed off the boards. In the same race Runaway threw his jockey as the flap fell. The members of the legislature were at the races in a body. Results: First race, three-quarters of a mile — Sir Charles, 116 (Salvers j, 7to 5, won by a length; lioro, li-7, (Cosiello), 6 to 1, second: Temeeu, 115 (I. Murphy), 10 to 1, Uiird. Time. 1:23%. Second race, five and a half furlongs— Spellbound, 100 (A. Clayton), ti to 1, won by a length; Kentucky Lady. 100 (Bnckner), 10 to l, second: Judge Cnrdwell, 105 (C'ostello), 2 ton. third. TiniL 1 . lil.'.i.j. Third race, Ashland Oaks, three-year-old fillies, one mile— Monrovia, 113 (Washam), 7 to 1, won by two length.-: Elizabeth L. 11? (I. Murphy), even, second; Sallie X, 112 (<v. Clnyionj, Bto 1, third. Time. 1 :55%. Fourth race, half a mile— Mary IS M. 1 1 T (Washam), 10 to 1, wou by a length; Cedar Brook. 110 (Costello). Bto 0, second: Llew ellyn, 110 (.Uryant), 2 to 1, third. Time, :.">4U. Fifth race, four and a half furlongs— La Belle. 101) (Martin), 1 to :i. won by three quarters of a length; Miss T. 108 (T. ilrown), 1^ to l, second: Cyrus, LUti (Knight), i to 1, third. Time, 1:02. HAS BiIACKKTS NOW. Naphtha Leaves the Maiden Class at lieiininjjs. Washington. May 2.— There was a large attendance at the Bennings course today. The weather was line and the track good. Kesults: First race, maidens, six furlongs — Naphtha won, Kadiator second, iranuie Beverly third. Tinw. 1:16%. second race, selling, live furlonas— Charley Wilson won. Hippona second, Benjamin third. Time, 1 :J4. Third race, same conditions as second— Black Child won. High C second, Charon third. Time. l:oiVi. Fourth race, handicap, one mile — Strath meuth won, Arnold second, Bess McDuff third. Time, J:44. Fifth race, selling, four and a half furlongs Briar gelding won, Salvia second, Minnio Brown filly third. Time. :.*)H. tixth race, six furlongs- Capt. Brown won, Beautiful Bells second, Beldemomo third. Time, J :15V». TALENT IN GFIKAT FORM. our Favorites Returned. Win ners at St. Louis. St. Louis. May 2.— The taient were in great term at the fair grounds today, scoring with four out of the live win ners. The weather was cool, the track good and the attendance about 2,500. The second drawing /or books took place today and thirty did business iv the ring. The fields were of fair pro portions and the sport the best of the meeting, • Kesults: First race, six furlongs— Edgar Johnson 119 (Seaman), even, won by a head riding; Mollie Bnwu. 87 (A. Lewis), 8 to 1, second; Bella F, 03 (Lockler), 10 to 1, third, 'lime, 1:19. Second race, for two-year-olds, four and a half furlongs— Pop Gray". lib (Mooney), sto 2, won by two lengths; Aal Goodwin, >.)(i (Ar nold), (i to 1, second; Keen, US (.Jordan), 0 to 1, third. Time, :5T$4. Third race, selling, seven furlongs— Orrick, 112 (Jordan), '■', to 5, won in a canter by three lengths; Newcastle, 106 (F. Can), (i to 1, sec ond; L 11, 97 (Cottrell), 15 to 1, third. Time, 1:32%. Fourth race, six furlongs— Penny Royal, 110 (Jordan), 4to 1, won by a length; Tim Murphy, 113 (Carr), 11 to 5. second; Blaze Duke, 113 (Seaman), 4 to I, third. Time, 1:17%. Fifth race, selling, six and a half furlongs — Zoolein, 106 (J. Fisher), 2 to 1, won; Burt Jordan, 103 (chamies;, 4to l, second: Mid way, 104 (Jordan), 7to 1, third. Time, 1:35. JUSTIFIED THK BETTING. Four Odds-On Favorites Win at Elizabeth. New York, May 2.— Following are today's results at Elizabeth: First race, half a mile — Etna fill)-, 9 to 2, won by a 'length and a half; Clementina, even, second; Silver Thread filly, latol, third. Time. :si'Via. Second race, rive and a half furlongs — Metuchuu, 1 to ,i, won by a lengtli auil a half; Count, 7 to -2, second; Long lieach, 15 to 1, third. Time, 1:11. Third race, three-quarters of a mile—Al cade, G to 1, won by a head: Madrid, sto 1, second; Boer, sto 1, third. Time, 1:17%. Fourth race, three-quarters ol a mile— Fidelio, 1 to 4, won by half a dozen lengths; Long Bounce, 13 to 1, second; Dalsyrian, 7 to 2, third. Time. l:l6sj. Fifth race, Be eighths of a mile—Ban quei, 1 to 5, won by a length; Strathmiid, 15 to 1, second; Bolero. 4 to 1, third. Time, 1 :30V2. Sixth race, three-quarters of a mile, Red Banner. 7 to 10, won; Lizzie, 7 to s, second: Johnetta, Bto 1, third. Time, 1:18 W. NEARLY AX KVEX THING. Favorites and Outsiders Divide the Gloucester Purses. Gloucester, N. J., May 2.—Favor ites ana outsiders divided the purses today, but the majority of the bookmak ers reported slight losses. Summary: First race, mile and a quarter — Iceberg won. Vendetta second, Cuauucev third. Time, 2:03. Second race, four aud a naif furlongs— Stnrter Pettiiißill won, Maria Stoops secoud, Warpaint third. Time.l:oo. Third race, four aud a half furlougs — Apollo won, Marmont secoud, Go Lucky third. Time, :09. Fourth nice, one mile— Fernwood won, John Ilickey second. Calcium third. Time, 1:32. Fifth race, four and a half furlongs— Keim won, Monsoon second, Sweet Alice third Time, :3d. Sixth race, five furlongs — Bonnie Lass won, liohemian second, Jim Clare third. Time, I:'jT>,2. Painters, Painters. Stylish, fashionable and durable Soring Suits for $15.00 (fifteen dollars) at The Boston, on Third street. CAPTURED A GOOD PRIZE. Chimes, at Good Odds, Lauds the Kirkman Handicap. Nashvii.uc, May 2. — The weather was fine, the sport fair and the attend ance good at Cumberland Park today. Favorites were beaten in all but one race, the money soina;, with one excep- The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. — No Ammonia; No Aium. Used in Millioivs of Homes — 40 Years the Standard. tion, to strongly backed second choices. Chivies wou the Kirkiuan handicap after a pretty race through the stretch with Servitor. The starting was the best of the meetins:. Results: First race, seven furlongs— llel^n N. 112 (Thorpe), 8 to 5, won by four lengths; Lord Wiliowbrook. 113 (McCann). 7to I. second; Roslyn, 105 (W. Irving), even, third.' Time, 1:32%. Second race, half a mile— Mamie, 115 (Perkins), 2 to 1, won by a length and a half; Ktnel \V\ 110 (Stevenson), 20 to I. second; Calumet, 118 (Thorpe), even, third. lime, :r.:.\ ~ • ■ . • -A i Third race, the Kirkham handicap for three -year-olds and upward. $-',000 added, value $2,265, seven furlongs— Chimes. 107 (Thorpe), Bto 1, won by a length; Servitor, 113 (Hennessey). 2 to 1. second; Dolly Mc- Cone, 114 (Ray), third. Time. 1:33. Fourth race, selling, mile and a sixteenth— Tenny Jr., 103 (Thorpe). 2 to I,'won by hall a length; Parapet,9l (Perkins).iV2 to 1. second; Red Cap, l(j(i (McCann), third. Time. I: ■>"■ 1 Fifth race, selling, six furlongs— El Paso, 106 (Steveusou), 11 to 5, won by three lengths; Fringe, 07 (Sargent), 11 to 5, second; Reuben Payne, 112 (Thorpe), 3 to 1, third. Time, 1: ><)>/}. Sixth race, selling, six furlongs— Empress Frederick, 107 (Thorpe). 9 to 5. won by a length; Le Grande, HO (Perkins), 15 to 1, second; Little Crete, 10J (Ray), 10 to 1, third-. Time, 1:20. ' ■ TROTTING CONGRESS. Change 3in the Rules Adopted and Officers Elected. Chicago, May 2.— No less than 300 associations wore represented at the biennial congress or the American Trot ting association, lieklat the Auditorium today. The joint committee of the American and National Trotting asso ciations on the revision of rules for time performances adopted by the American Trotting Registry association, and the reduction of the ilatc distances from 150 yards to 75 and LOO yards, respectively, was adopted unanimously. These offi cers were eiected: \V. P. Ijams, Terre Haute, Ind., president; G. B. Mc- Fall, Os&nloosa, 10., vice presi dent; J. 11. Steiner, Chicago, 111., secretary; Edward Hayes, Chicago, treasurer; C. L. Benjamin, Saginaw, Mich.; N. Joelojan, St. Louis; C. E. Lewis, Ottawa, III.; George 11. Ely, Cincinnati, and Morris J. Jones, Ken osha, Wis-., directors. After transact ing other routine business the congress adjourned sine die. Immediately after a meeting of the board of appeals was held. The session was brief and an adjournment was taken until tomor row. Tde lirst case to be considered will be that of Frank Van Ness, the horseman. Van Ness is in town and will appear in person. The board ex pects to complete its business by tomor row night. liegatta for Foreign Tares. New York, May 2. — A series of boat races is to be indulged in by the crews of the foreign ships next Saturday in the North River. The regatta is open to all sailors of the visiting ships, but American tars will not be permitted to enter, another regatta for them exclu sively having been arranged for the same day. **». Ten Hours Behind. Rociiestei:, N/Y., May :;.— The relay bicycle message was brought into Rochester at 12:2(5 o'clock tonight. It was due here at 2:U2 this afternoon, so at tins point it is ]ust ten hours and fourteen minutes behind time. Scraps of Sport. Young Jack Dempsey finds several aspi rants 10 pugilistic fame who are anxious to put on the mits with him. Not the least of these is young Jack Fiynn v who has had two contests in St. Paul with Harry Shepard. Flvnn seems to be desirous of going over to water tor the meeting, for the reason that Jimmy Couners, who recently challenged him to spar ten rounds in that city, has failed to make the agreement good. tfatsy Couroy has the matter in hand, and some thing will doubtless ensue. The first shoot of this teason of the St. Paul Gun club takes place this (Wednesday) afternoon. May 3, at 8 p. m., at the club grounds— ilauiliue station. A large attend ance is expected, come and have a good time. Take the llamline electric cars to the grounds. ■ : . !'.': -■'•;" ■ j The clever little Appleton brothers have been engaged to spar at the ParK theater lor the week beginning June ">, but before they depart for the worlds lair city they will give a week's engagement fur Harry Roa insou, the manager of the Olympic tueater. Tomorrow eveninK the Wabasha and the Summit bowling clubs are scheduled to play off the tie for the second prize and for the iirst challenge right in the Globe tourna ment. So little interest iB felt in the event. Jimmy (iriffiu. who is not unknown to this Btate. us St. Paul is his home, is likely to spar "Young" Dempsoy at the Flia-uix Athletic club rooms. $18.50 and $10. Commencing April 23 the Chlcaco Great Western Railway will sell round trip tickets to Chicago for dLS.oO; single trip tickets for Sit). Hotel and board ins house accommodations secured in advance for visitors to the world's fair. City ticket ottice, StH Robert street, cor ner Fifth. THE GRAND LODGE. Minnesota Members of the A. O. U. W. in Annual Session. Special to the Globe. Duluth, May 2.— The Grand Lodtce A. O. U. W. met in annual session this morning in Odd Fellows hall. Mayor d'Autremout welcomed them in behalf ot the city, and Grand Master Work man Southworth responded in a neat speech. Gen. C. A. Towne entertained them with a witty discourse upon the weather, as well as other and more im portant subjects. Among the other speakers were Judge Porter, of Man kato; W. H. Adams, of Minneapolis, and J. J. McCardy, ot St. Paul. The whole day .vas devoted to work. This evening there was an informal recep tion. Tomorrow morning the election of officers will take place. Judge Porter, of Mankato, will probably be elected. Suing Cadwallarter Bondsmen. Madison. Wis., May 2.— x\rguments were heard by Judge Bunn in the United States court today ou the demur rer to the complaint against the bonds men of Cadwallader, the alleged de faulting Superior banker, who fled to South America but was recaptured, the action being to recover the amount of his bond. The main point at issue is on the validity of the bonds. Judge Bunn took the matter under advisement. Recovered $17,000. Special to theGloDe. Faisgo, N. D., May 2.— The case of the .Fargo Gas and Coke Company vs. The Fargo Gas and Electric Company was decided in favor of the plautiff in the district court tonight, the jury's verdict giving the plaintiff the full amount asked- § 17,000. The latter com pany in March, 188'J, purchased the plant of the former for 885.000. It re fused to pay §13,000 on the ground of false representation, and was sued. Seeding Again Delayed. Special to the Globe. Fargo, N. D., May 2.— Heavy rains today along the already flooded Red river valley will put seeding still farther behind. It will take at least ten days of warm weather to enable the farniprs to commence seeding in this bread-pro ducing corner of the world. REVOLUTION IN CUBA. Seven Columns of Provincial Troops in Pursuit of the Rebels. Two Thousand Men Said to Be in the Revolutionary Force. Havana, May 2.— The latest news in regard to the insurrection is that the bandits are now between Puerto del Padre, a harbor on ihe northeast coast of Cuba, and Manati. Seven columns of troops are in pursuit, the troops being supported by two Spanish ships of war off the coast. Up to date not a single encounter has taken place between the government troops and the rebels. It is rumored that the rebels propose to surrender if they are guaranteed that their lives wiil be spared. Madiud, May 2.— A deputation of Cuban senators and deputies, including several autonomists, waited upon Senor Maura, minister of the colonies, today to protest against the Cuban revolt. The minister, replying, assured them tue government would not hesitate to make any sacrifice to maintain Spanish rule in Cuba, but that, unless the situation became worse, he considered the col onial army strong enough to conquer the rebels. Reinforcements, however, were in readiness to depart on the first intimation from the captain general of Cuba that their assistance was required. According to private advices, Spanish reinforcements must be dispatched, as, even if the uresent rising is repressed, the colonial troops will be insufficient to insure tranquillity in the future, and 10 prepare for contingencies. Key West, Fia., May 2.— The schoon er Lillie arrived here Monday from Gibrsra, and reports the Cubun flag floating over the fortress. The revolu tionists number 100, and are in posses sion of the city. A schooner arrived there from San Domingo on April 2'J with men and ammunition for the revo lutionist army. Expeditions are being fitted up in Jamaica and San Domingo tor the Southern provinces. Spanish papers endeavor to suppress the mag nitude of the revolution. A Havana paper admits that 1,500 men are in the revolutionary army in the province of \ ueita Abajo and 2,000 in tne Santiago province. A council of war was called yesterday. Manifestoes \vere issued promising a pardon to all who will lay down then arms within ten days. The Spanish troops are moving actively enough to inaicate that Uie Spanish government beiieves that strong measures will be necessary to suppress the uprising. The troops which left Havana for Puerto Principe received three months' pay in advance. Cubans here believe tnat every province will join in the revolt in a tew weeks. The federal officials here are using every precaution to prevent any expedition leaving here. The cut ter McLean is the only government ves sel here at present. STRUCK THE MARK. Confession of the Man Who Was With Rebecca Bergholri. New Fork, May 2.— Part of the mys tery surrounding the death of Miss Re becca Berghold in tlie Southern hotel, at Chicago, was cleared up last night by the confession of William Alexander Cornell, the man whom Capt. Berghold has indicted as the possible betrayer of his daughter. Cornell is a lawyer, liv- Ifig at 17 East One Hundred and Fif teenth street; is thirty-five years old. married and has one child rive months old. He was seen by a reporter yester day evening and denied that he had seen Miss Berghold in two years, or that he had been out of the city within a month. Later, however, after seeing the statement of Capt. Berghold, he made what ha claimed was a full and truthful statement of his relations with Miss Berghold. lie admitted having gone to Chicago with her. and said that it was he who registered at the South ern as "Mr. Alexander." Tlic Coroner')*. Verdict. Chicago, May 2. — The coroner's jury today decided that Rebecca Berghold, who. Saturday night, was found in the Southern hotel with her throat cut, had committed suicide. The evidence which brought out the verdict was given by a $sy<£?> A Backward Wr **"»n — Quinine, Hot Drinks and ___ other remedies for severe established 1870. co j ds an( j j n fi nenza are re at — • ly in demand this Spring 1 . , | Onr Tailor-Made Spring /g**i^N. . Overcoats are also in de 7^?^%. f s^ mand by 'J&jr' ) GOOD DRESSERS. m\ " <Os\ Light, Dark and Medinm- Vf v J?Aj£k>. I Colored Stylish Sprinar Over i^i • li/J'»^ i jHZs coats, made from fashionable I " : - l£/xy '<< r/&w\ Overcoatings, $15 (fifteen dol / 'I, \tWl //Si m lars): Good Spring Overcoats \P/RP\ jf \Vf}*~ify£f \9 for SlO and Sl2. Best Spring: MA 'y ! ; l ! ' WK^- v ercoats, SlB, S2O, 525 and //] .'•«-* jl hi ' -" =: rl \ Spring Overcoat Department—Sec // it 'I/ I ill ond Floor— Take Elevator. I \i |5 BOSTON «v^^ /: |^* One-Price Clothing House, A *aJkJn\ Third Street, r^'J^^ st Paul. r^/ * J"s^* X^ " oT"Oiir Illustrated Catalogue of ~<^-\j' ' y^ Men's and Boys' Fashionable \t!ire is yours for the asking. Out-of-Town <^,*< r • Orders solicited and given prompt <4/*" l *\ . attention through our Mail Order Ls*^ ■ Department. Mackintoshes! g-< Every man and woman can have d^liL-' JNC LOT 80-Ladies' Cloth Sur- Of flfi %J? jl|3l|||ffi LOT 81-Ladies' Brown Di- CO gf) J^jt^m ;^^^^ LOT 82-Ladies' Bine Diag- (^ gQ LOT 83-Gents' Brown Di- OR KQ Every One Warranted GOODYEAR RUBBER CO , 98*i9Q-IQ2 E» Seventh Street, St P%il» ' porter of the hotel, who testified that he heard, on Friday night, the girl quar reling with the man who was with ner. The Dorter said that he heard her say: "If you leave me you will nevnr see me alive again." That night tha man left, and the next morning she was tound dead. This, to the jury, was conclusive evidence that she killed herself. TJMBKR Y\Rl> BLAZE. Supposed Incendiary Conflagra- tion at Hull, Eng. London, May 2.— A fire was started early this morning in the limber yard of Messrs. .Simpson, lienden road, Hull. The flames spread rapidly tiirousrh the yard and across the streets to t!:e dwell ings opposite. Eight houses were burn ing simultaneously, many more were in dansrer, and several blocks of business buildings were threatened. The people rap partly dressed from the houses, dragging with them what little they could seize in their flight. The whole district was in a panic which re quired the united efforts of the police and a company of militia to subdue. The marines from the gunboats in the Roads were landed, and they helped the firemen. After three hours the tire was brought under control. Most of the timber was de stroyed, four houses burned and sev eral other houses were partly destroyed. There is little doubt that the fire was incendiary. The Simpsons refused re cently to contribute to the strike fund of the union dockers, and were warned by letter that they would be made to suffer for their refusal. CUT TWO THKOATS. An Insane Woman Kills Her Daughter anil Herself. Vandalia, 111., May 2.— This morn ing, fourteen miles west of here, near An.esbury Grove, Mm. Elizabeth Har per, wife of Jefferson Harper, a wealthy tanner, cut the throat of her daughter Alice, aged sixteen, with a razor, and then cut her own throat with the same weapon. Mrs. Harper was insane. The girl and her mother were alone at the time. The mother died instantly. The girl lived several hours, and managed to get a piece of paper and, though weak from the loss of blood, she wrote briefly the manner in which she and her mother met their deaths. ma* Housekeepers, When in need of kitchen floor covering, ask your carpet dealer for " vVild's Lin- OLEUM the best. The name is on back. mm Presented to Milwaukee. Milwaukee, May 2.— The committee of Milwaukeeans from the Business Men's association sent to Ashland yes terday to negotiate for the removal to this city of the great brown sione monolith, telegraph tonight that the quarry company owning the shaft which is about ready to bo removed from the earth, has presented it to Mil waukee. The big block of stone, which is the largest in the world, will be erected in one of the public parks of this city. It i 3 115 feet high, 10 feet square at the base and -1 feet at the top There are many causes of sleeplessness. — There is one you seldom notice. — It is in digestion. That tossing about — that inability to sleep — is nature's warning. It means dyspepsia. When the indigestion goes, sleep comes. Use of Johann Hoff's Malt Extract does much to do that. It dis solves starch; it makes cer tain food elements so easy to digest. There is a booklet about this Extract that may inter est you ; sent free. For sale- everywhere. See that signature JOHANN IIOFF is on neck label ot'lxittlf. Head Audits, F.isnnr &. Mein'.eison Co., U- S., 152 and 15-4 1'ruuklin .St., New York. Schuneman i ST PA L st. paul l and FVans. CLOAK AND SDIT DEFT Today we call attention to a few quotations illus trating- the powerful inducements being offered throughout our colossal new stock of Outer Gar ments. This stock embraces all of the fashionable designs, shapes and materials in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Garments, each one of which is character ized by the superior elegance that distinguishes all garments handled by us, and all are greatly en hanced in attractiveness by the remarkably low prices which prevail. __„ Children's REEFERS, fine Tj Diagonal Brown • Mixture or .eStaSjL Navy Cloth, with sailor collar, <&§s£^zj&§fi nicely embroidered and trim "ffp^ajr met l with gilt buttons; size 4 a £^||yg to 14; actual value U. jif- $4.50; our cash (DO *7 C \j^ jr price, $2.75 <J>i-u I O *m»*-J^iSK^ Ladies' BUTTERFLY CAPE fifflßso®sß§m JACKETS, fine imported Kcr- J^Sl?" ■'^^^tnlPa se y> ca P c and J acke * half-lined w i tn changeable silk; choice V %s*f of Tan, Green, Tobacco and wMl^M^^M^M^Mm value,' $20; our<P>l O 7K |P?f W^S^^H CaSh price. $12 - 75 «pl *"*•■<-> mgk JS^S&M Ladies' BUTTERFLY W^^^^^^g CAPES, tine All-Wool Ladies' y^^^^^^Pv^* | Cloth in Tan, Green, Tobacco j •g^i an( Black; handsomely trim ; 5^ nied with tinsel braid; actual i^TwVP^^^^^a value, §10; our m '■%/ cash price, $7.50 <j>7 # 50 ££ J3 Ladies' Tailor-Made JACK pSlfw^w ETS, line imported Black Clay tmMmiW'M '4\ Diagonal, half-lined with Satin iMMzZMSMr Rhadaine; with large sleeves; " ' actual value, $12.50; <P>j f\ our cash price, $10 each <P 1 v/ Ladies' nobby 26-inch Jackets, All-Wool Kersey Cloth, with velvet collar, half-lined and large pearl buttons, in Tan or Tobacco shades, worth $9.00; this (PC QC week, $5.85 each %pO 9 00 Special Sale of Calico Wrappers: 150 new Calico Wrap pers, made with yoke back and front, large full sleevss, cuffs and belt; handsome line of light and dark colorings; every one neat and stylish; actual cash value, <P A OO $1.50; special price for this lot, $1.28 each. . <P l«^lO SCHUNEMAN & EVANS, SLfflL. GLOBE, May 3. niGNispj's U LOWRY ARCADE, Jf LOWRY ARCADE, ST. F-axtl, i^ciisrnsr. Restaurants Hotelkeepers Cannot do better than pur chase their Table Crockery of us; we sell the "Mercer" Hotel Ware at Price, In any quantity desired. Al so an elegant assortment of Decorated Cups and Sauc ers and A. D. Cups and ■Saucers (all we have) at Honey for Sale ! World's Fair Coins At the Globe Office, 5 TUNING BY I TUNING BY EXPERTS. I HOWARD, r^^S lARWELL&Go fDecker Bros., [Fischer, fßehr Bros., fSchaefer PIANOS. 114 East Third Street, ST. PAUL, MINN. FarKAND & VOTJSY ORGANS. Indispensable in Every Good Kitchen. As every good housewife know*, the difference between appetlz ing, delicious cooking nn<l tli opposite kind is largely 111 dell cult; .sauces and palatable gravies Now, these require a strong, del cutely flavored stock, and th best stunk is Liebig Company's Extract of Beef. ST. PAUL Foundry Company VAJiLTACTURERB OF A übitectural Iron Won Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths un \ Pattern Makers. for cuts of c/- --ninns. Worksua St. 1., M. &M. 11. It., near Como avenue. OtliCc'-JtS and ... .Manhattan Eulldln?. Sr. Pa li. 0. A t'uiV..;., Secretary •»»ti Treasj*-"- Health Is Wealth. Dr. E. C. West's Nervb «nd Drain Tar it jjk.it, a cuarßuteecl Mpecldc lorHysc-. itli miens. Courultloui. Mis. Perrons .\fjr.il 'i 1 lieadaclic. Nervous Prostration eamwl >1 m ) use of alcohol or tobacco, WHkefaluvM, Men •a; Depression, Softening of the Brain re sulting in inkiuity and leading 10 misery, ■!> cny and death. Prauature 01.1 Age, Barreiv ue»i, Lou of Power in either sex, luvo'uu* tary Losses and Spermatorrhcei, caused l>; overexertlou of the brain, sell -abuse orov«r ludnlxence. Each box coutalu* one moottl'l treatment. 91 a box, or «ix boxes fur 5-. sent by mall prepaid. We guarantee klx boxes to cure any case. With each order for mx box««, accompanied with 9 , w« tend th 1 Durcho»er our written guarantee to refund ■lie money it it Jou» not effect a cure. Uoar* ;.ii'.tes i*aued only by W. K. Collier, »UCce*9or 10 nippier* Collier, drungikW, MTeatii «u4