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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT 19, 1889.
ON IHEMLL FIELD.
Theliocal Clubs Make Tilings
EAST ENDEES TO AGAIN.
Two Very Easy Victories for
. fiiTerside Players.
-STILL TETIKG-.FOfi YOTOG BEAM.
A FINE CONTEST.
Seirlckler Downed by lbs McKeetporU In
a Good Game.
rSPXCIAI. TILEGBXM TO THE DISPATCH.
IIcKeespoet, Ba., May 18. Fnlly 1,000 per
sons assembled at the baseball park this after
noon to witness tbe defeat ot the Sewickley
I clnb by the McKeesports, who were crippled.
as Ave of the regular players were at Erie.
Tbe Sewickley club had a Rood battery, and
bid fair to secure Tictory in the first inning, as
the home clnb had a stranpe battery in. and
were Ave ahead, but when Berger jumped be
hind the bat, the score began to pile up the
other way, and Sewickley was defeated by 8
Sewickley made three runs by fcasB on balls,
and were sickened when Hartman, Berger and
Nightingale pounded the ball by which the
borne clnb tied the score, 8 to 8 in the eighth
Inning. Tbe playing of these three men was
exceptionally fine. Score:
An Interesting Case About Signing Minor
GEKERAL BASEBALL KEWS OP THE DAI
M'KKESP'T E B P A IISEWICK'TS.B B P X X.
Hart, I ....
0 1 IS
OllTer. ..... 1
WblteseU, I. t
McMll'n, m. 2
Clark, X.... 1
Kurtz, p.... 1
Kyroer, 1.... 1
Porter. 3 0
ITotten. c... 1
nuson, r... o
Totals .... 7 17 21 6 Totals .... 8 7 27 18 9
AMONG THE EMffERS,
A Snccessfal Wind-Up of the Louis
BADGE WINS THE HANDICAP.
Great Prospects for the Opening at Latonia
HEWS OF THE TDEP AND OTHEE SPOETS
Games Played Veiterday.
FrrTSBUBGS S....NewYoeks 2
PnnuADELPinAS 5.... Indianapolis.... 4
CmCAGOS H....WASniNGTONS.. 13
UOSTOITS 10....CX.EYEI..A2JDS...... 8
Beooklt'S 6... .St. Louis, 3
Kansas Cmrs.... 15.. ..Athletics S
Lotrcsvnxis. 13.. ..Columbus 5
clncinnatis. 7....ualttmoees 5
Euswoktks 9.. ..Homesteads 5
Emswobtbs IB., ..Homesteads 7
blv"ebsidegratb 11....duquesnes 3
e.e. athletics. 16....bratjdocks 11
McKeespobts.... 9..Se-wickxets. 8
Etna Stabs 16.. ..Oaklands. if
McKeesports 1 0 112 0 0 4 0--9
bewlcklen 6 0 12 0 0 0 0 0-9
Earned rnm M one.
Two-bae hlts-Bolce, 1.
stolen bates Berrer, Gibbons, Bart, Hartman.
2: Whltesell, 2: MrMllleu, 2: Kurtz.
strnsk oat McKeesports, : bewickleys. 10.
Passed balls Yearsley. 2; Bereer, 1; Totten, 1.
Wild pitches Kurtz. 0.
lime or pame Two hoars and 15 minutes.
5....GEEENSBUBGS ... 2
10....MABTIif'S FEBRT 9
15....MEADVILLES . 12
OUBBOTS 9....CB0CKEBY ClTTS. 4
The Water Cures Defeat tho Carnegles by
13 to IS.
rSPICIAL TELEGRAM TO THE SISPATC&.l
Philxipsbubo, May 18. The baseball
season was opened here to-day with the Carne
gles, of Pittsburg. Fnlly 500 people were pres
ent. The game was an exciting one from start
to finish. Gombert's work at short was a
feature of the visiter's play. Dawson pitched
a magnificent came, striking ont the side the
Srst inning. Torrence caught him in elegant
style. A running catch Dy G. Wyman com
pleting a neat double play at second was the
ieamre 01 uie home ciud'S neiaing. xne noma
team play two games Decoration D;
New Brightens. Score:
Jay with the
W. CUBES. B B P A E
fct. Louis n 7 .7S9Baltlmores....l2 13 .480
KansasCltrs..rS 10 .615 Athletics 11 12 .478
UrooUms.....l4 10 .5S3 Uolomlms. .... 8 IS .333
ClnclnnU...U It .ISliLoulsvUles.... 6 20 .231
American Associattok Brooklyns at St.
Louis; Athletics at Kansas City; Baltixnores at
Cincinnati; Columbus at Louisville.
Details of the Leasoe and Association
Games) the Iieagne AveroBesi Priogle'i Re
view and Other Interesting Baseball Kem
Will be Found on the Fourteenth Facet Sec
The Braddock Blues make a Poor
.Aecicat the Athletics.
There was quite a large and enthusiastic
crowd at East Liberty Park yesterday after
noon to witness the game between the East
End Athletics and the Braddock Blues, The
contest was one of the slugging order in which
the home team had much the best of it. This,
of course, delighted tbe audience and seemed
to keep everybody In cood humor. The heavy
hitting of D. Barr and Lauer was something
worth seeing. Tbe latter made five excellent
hits, one a three-bagger.
Oliver pitched a fairly good game but he was
bit bard at times. The pitching power of
Braddock was not strong enough by far for tbe
jast End sluggers, and the visitors were out
played at every point. Score:
English, s... 1
Kuhn, 1 1
G.Wym&n. 1 2
Dawson, p.. 1
Torrence, c. l
2 2 1
2 4 1
2 2 1
0 0 0
CAENEG1ES B B P A E
Totals 13 12 27 20 9
Pears, 1 1
Humbert, s. 2
Robfn,B 3. 1
Bralnerd, 1. 2
Rose. 2 ..i.. 2
btcwart, m. 1
WoodwelL. r 1
Brad v, c . . 1
Bobt'n, Fp. 1
1 10 1
0 0 0
1 6 2
2 1 10
Total 12 9 24 20 8
"Water Cnres 3
0 0 0
1 0 s
Two base hits Bose, Bomeleb, Kuhn.rrorremce.
jrassea Dans lorrence, t; iiraay. o.
btruck oat By Dawson. 9: by Robertson. 8.
Bases on balls Water Cures, 3; Carnegles , 2.
Umpire Dave Kaye.
Beat the Drummers.
rSFECIAI. TXXXGBAU TO THI DISPATCH.
Erie, May 18. The McKeesports and Erie
Drummers played their third game to-day.
The game was loosely played. Morrison's pitch
ing being very wild. The creditable feature of
the game was the playing of Matthews in cen
terfold. The game was as follows:
Drummers 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 O 1
McKeesports .2 0 0 0 S 0 4 0 11
Earned runs McKeesports, 1.
Batteries Callahan and Nonthton for McKees-
McDonala and Tc-
ports: Morrison. iJatcnelor,
oacn lor urummers.
athletics b b p a 1
Barr, W. r.
BEADD'CKS B B F A
H Bennett, 2
! Bennett. I..
Totals..... 18 17 27 16 S
Total 11 10 27 14 8
Athletics 4 2 6 10 10 0
Braddocks 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
Earned runs Athletics, 11; Braddocks, 4.
Two base hits D. Barr, bwlft.
Three base hits D. Barr, Lauer.
fetruck out-By Oliver, 8; by Klllen. 1; Baker,
Base on balls Athletics, 3: Braddocks, 5.
Passed balls Scboyer 2. Klllen 1.
Wild pltch-KUlen, L.
Stolen bases Gray, Lauer, Schoyer 2, Swift 3,
Win. Barr, Shields, Baker.
,?WO FOR E9ISWORTH.
Base hits McKeesDorts. S: Drummers. 2.
Errors McKeesports, 1: Drummers, 5.
Time of game Two hours and live minutes.
One for Etna Stars.
The Etna Stars and the Oaklands played a
lively game at Etna yesterday, the home team
winning. Tibby's home run was one. of the
features. It was the longest hit ever made on
the grounds. The base running of the home
clnb was also good. Score:
Etna Stars 1 3 0 6 12 3 0 16
Uaklands 1 3 1 1, 0 1 0 0 2-11
Base hits Etn Stars, 12: Oaklands, 12.
Errors Etna Stars, 4; Oaklands, 6.
Batteries Etna Stars, Tlbbyand FItzimmons;
Oaklands, Munceyand Brey.
rEPKCTAI. TXLXGBAX'TO THB DISPATCH.1
Colujcbus, May 18. "Wikoff bulletins the
following releases to-night: By Louisville, T.
J. Esterbrook, May 10; Philadelphia, J. J.
Kirby.Mayl2; Washington, J. B. Donnelly.
Change of dates Columbus and Cincinnati
have changed the games scheduled for Cin
cinnati 20, 2L 22, 23 to Columbus, and games
for June 8, 10, 11 and July 30 in Columbus to
Cincinnati to avoid the races at the latter
A BIG HORSE DEAL.
They "Defeat the Homestead Champions
di, Without Much Tronble.
The Homestead club visited Emsworth yes
terday to play two games, and met with two
complete surprises. The grounds were not in
Rood condition, and the game was not at all
interesting and remarkable, only for poor
playing on both sides. The feature of the
game was the batting of McKlm and Armor.
Hess and McKim did fine work in tbe catchers'
In the second game Armor relieved Young
man after the third inning. Tbe Emsworth
boys are quite elated over their easy victory,
and will remain in the league. Following is
the correct score of both games:
HOMEBT'DS B B P A E
Armor, r.... 2 3 10 0 Palmer, 3....
Y'ngman, 10 111 2 Burns, 2
Hew, c. 1 19 3 lSteltz,s
H.A.Col'n.1 0 0 10 C OlConrtney, 1.
H.E.Col'n, 3 0 10 3 SScott, r
Howe, 1 113 0 OiMcKlm. c...
Woods. m. 0 2 0 0 0 Marshall, m.
Bone, s 0 0 11 O Dean, 1
Ladew, p ... 0 1 0 12 2,bmlth p
Totals S 10 27 20 10 1 Totals
ekswobth. b b p a e
9 52718 3
Emsworths 0 10122300-9
Homesteads 0 0000202 1 S
Earned runs Homesteads, 5; Emsworths, 1.
Two-base hit Woods.
Stolen bases Armor, 3; Woods, 1: Burns, 1;
eteltz, l; McKlm. 9; Dean, 1: bmlth, L
Struck out Ladew, 8; bmlth, 7.
Wild pitches Ladew, 2,
HOMESTEAD B B P A E
Aror.r. A p. 1 3 0 2 0
Torn, A s. 1 0 0 a 2
Hess. c. 0 2 7 4 0
A. Uolgan.1. 1 1 13 3 0
E,Colgan,3. 1 14 2 0
P.owc. L.... 110 0 0
B. Woods, m 110 10
Bobe, r. A s. 1 2 1 3 0
J. Wood, 2.. 0 0 2 1 0
Totals 1 11 27 19 2
EMEWOBTH B B P A E
Palmer, 3... 4
Burns, 2 1
bteitz, s 2
Courtney, 1. 1
Scott, r...... o
McKlm. c. 2
Marshall, m 1
Dean, 1 2
Pen'g' ton, p 3
Mr. Campbell Bays the Running Qualities of
Chicago, May IS. A dispatch, from Louis
ville says: John Campbell, of Chicago, pur
chased from S. B.Harper, of the Kantnrafarm,
yesterday the running qualities of the 5-year-old
mare Valuable, by Ten Broeck, dam Lizzie
Stone, for tlO.000. On Thursday he bought the
3-jear-oldR Lotion and Locbnsty from Mr. Har
per conditionally upon their showing satisfac
tory trial. The bargain was consummated yes
terday by Camobell paying $8,000 for tbe pair.
Proctor Knott, Bryant says, will be taken to
Chicago within the next fortnight and. pre
pared for tbe American Derby.
Totals 16 17 2718 4
8 2 0 10 3 0 0-16
0 0 10 10 3 07
Earned runs-Homesteads, 6; Emsworths, 6.
Two-base hits-McKim. 27
Home run McKim.
Stolen liases Armor. Hess.H. A. Colgan, H. E.
Colgan, Courtnev, McKlm. Dean, Pennington. 2.
Struck out Youagman, 3; Armor, 2; Penning
Passed balls McKlm, 3; Hess, 2.
Umpires Cronln and M. colgan.
THE DUQUESNES DOWNED.
They Are Beaten by the Riverside
There was an attendance of abont 800 people
at Recreation Park yesterday to see the game
between the Riverside Grays and the Du
quesnes. Tbe latter were completely outplayed
at the bat and in the field. The battery -work
of Wansmnnd and Dillon was excellent. Fol
lowing Is the full score:
He Beats the Altoonns In a Seven-Inning
rSFECTAL TELEORAM TO THE CtSFATCH.1
Lateobe, May la The Latrobe club de
feated the Altoona team in an uninteresting
'contest this afternoon by a score of 27 to 10.
Only seven innings were played. Beam and
Lehman formed the battery for the home team
and Burkholder and Manlove, Memdel and
Manlove and Manlove and Wood formed the
batteries for the Altoona team. Beam was
wild bat effective. Tbe only feature) of the
game was the heavy batting of the home team,
Bair leading with three singles and two two
baggers ont of six times at bat. Following is
Altoonas 0 0 1 0 3 S 1-10
Latrobes 0 8 5 Oil 3 '-z?
Base hits-Latrobcs, 19; total, 28; Altoonas, 7;
Two-base bits Marberger, Bair, 2; Lehman,
Three-base hits Marberger, Showalter.
Errors Latrobes, 3; Altoonas, 5.
Base on balls Latrobes, 8: Altoonas; 11.
Passed balls Lehman, 4; Manlove, 8.
Struck out By Beam, 12; Burkho'der, 1; Min
Time of game Two hours and 2S minutes.
Umpire Thomas Kelty.
rsrrciAL telegrams to the disfatcbm
Buffalo 1 00124300-
Londons 0 60000010-
Syracuse. 5 00000105-
loledos 3 0, 2000002-
Bochesters 0 1 0-300000-
Detrolts 1 0000000 1-
Hamlltons 2 00001000-
Toronlos 0 00000110-
B. GRATE. K B P A E
Dillon, p.... 4
Buckley, s.. 1
Good. L 1
Ketzell. 3... 1
Winstln, r.. l
Newhart, m 0
Johnston, 2. 1
Banns, L... 2
Totals, ... U 13 27 21 4
DUQUEENES R B F A E
Martin, 2.... 0
Grove, m... o
Donaghy, 3. 0
Sbamus. pAr 0
cahlll. 1 1
Newell, rip. 0
Gillan. s.. 1
sweeny, r. u
0 0 3
0 2 0
8 4 1
Totals 3 6 2J13 8
Earned runs Brays, .
leyKetaeU.hlUSll0enULker' 2islulmn v '
Struck out-By DUlon, 9: by Newell, 3.
CahUL Je,rtlt Johnson, Hanna, Grove, 8ha:us,
Tune Two hours,
Crafton defeated Sheridan yesterday in a
game by 12 to 10.
The Eagles were beaten by the Golden Stars
yesterday by 9 to 0.
Staley was evidently "in form yesterday,
though a little wild.
Ik a lively game yesterday the Bt. Pauls de
feated tbe Mountain Stars by 10 to U.
There are several queries in this office
which wiH be answered as soon as convenient.
The Arties, of Qlenwood, defeated the
Eclipse team, of Homestead, yesterday by 18
The Mountain Stars want to play any club
whose members are not more than 16 years
The Alarms beat the Ann Street Stars yes
terday by 14 to 2. Batteries. Casev and Ma-tr.
The Morris Stars beat the Old Hillsides by
15: to 9. Houser pitched for tbe winners and
only three hits were made off him.
The Nat C. Goodwins defeated the Key
stones at the 'Cycle Park yesterday by 2 to 0.
Jones, of tbe Goodwins, pitched well.
The Superior Athletic Association team de
feated the Bellevues by 7 to 5 yesterday. Base
hits Superiors, 10; Bellevues, 6. Pitchers.
The Park Stars defeated the E. A. Mon
tooths yesterdav in a well contested game by a
score of 6 to 8. The features of the game were
the fine battery work of W. T. and Charles
Kerr, of tbe Stars, and tbe excellent catching
of Johnston, of the Montooths.
THE Ml, Washington Athletics flefet,A ,
Westinghoose Air Brakes at the Denny
grounds yesterday. Score, 14 to i. Batteries
awchcs, x-nscoo ana inaioyj Air Brakes.
.uu uUbUUfa iMO
with total or 8 bases; Air
Maloy; Air Brakes,!
Louisville; Ky., May 18. The closing
races of the Louisville Jockey Clnb were
ran at Churchill Downs to-day. The day
was fine and the attendance about 6,000.
The track was quite dry and in excellent
condition, but not fast. For the first time
the favorites won throughout
The meeting has been characterized by
large fields of a good class ot horses with
close finishes ahd good time. The betting
has been heavy, tbe assurance that every
thing was fair proving a strong attraction
to high class lovers of the sport. The facili
ties have been ample. .
First race, Macauley handicap, $10 each, $400
added, all ages, one mile Valuable, nn
whipped, won by a length, Tenacity second,
Frobus third. Time, 1:43.
Second race, Kentucky handicap, all ages,
handicap sweepstakes, S100 each, $2,500
added, second to receive $500 and 20
per cent of stakes, third 10 per cent
of stakes, one and a quarter miles
With a good start Clay Stockton got away
first. Hypocrite second, Badge third, with the
others close up. Stockton made the running
and passed the stand three open lengths ahead
of Montrose second. Hypocrite third, Badge
fourth, under a heavy pull. To the quarter the
only change was the creeping np on Stockton.
At the half positions were un
changed, but all closer together.
At the turn Stockton and Hypocrite were
feeling the pace too much. .Badge came
forward as they fell back, and his race was
with Montrose at the three-quarters. Coming
borne Mumh v skillfully lifted Badcre under the
string first by a head, Montrose second three
and said that the deposit .could be put up with
The Dispatch. My tlOO Is bere, and I put it up
so as to claim the balance of the forfeit now
up. I mean business, and I have the money to
run McClelland the race of a mile and a half."
READY AT LATONIA.
One of the Greatest Meetings to Start To
CrKcnrarATT, May IS. Monday Latonia opens
her gates to tbe thoroughbred loving public of
this vicinity, and the greatest race meeting ever
run at this course is promised. The new grand
stand has been completed and new Judges and
timers' stands erected, which adds wondertnlly
to this already beautiful jockey club course.
There will be fnlly 600 horses here during the
spring meeting, and among them some of the
cracks of this country Spokane, Terra Cotta,
Proctor Knott, Hindoocraft, Egmont, Jacobin,
Wheeler T, FairyQueen,thesensatlonal2-year-old
flliy. Valuable, Badge and hundreds of oth
ers equally as good. The track is in splendid
condition and can stand considerable rain with
out materially hurting it. Everything is in
readiness for the bugle call to the post and the
tap or the starter's drum.
The following are tne entries, woga u sua pools
on Monday's races: First race, three-quarters of a
mile-Blessing 97ponnds, Bonny Kitty 97, Bettlna
97. Sallle Higan87. Brandoletta 97, McDowell lou,
Kichland 100. Copnerlleld 100, Galen ler Thai
Kowe 102. Lelderkranz 103, '.The Chevalier 114,
Wheeler T 114, Long Boy 118. Tom Hood lie. Gull
ford 116. Erebus 118, ValuabfeW Mo pooling.
oecona race, one iautj , f , B B
liz, fo; Air jLLirm auj, DTfampiox
-SYNOPSIS OF ANNUAL EEP0RT
J"-A.ISrTJujR"5r 13 1889.
r 97 sold
ahead of Lavlna Belle, third. Time,
Third race, sellinc curse. S40O. seven f nrloncrs
With Amos A first, Bridcelight second and
Lizzie B third. Bravo ran fourth for the first
half mile. Then he began to come up, with
Bridgelight leading him a half length, passed
Amos A. Half down the stretch be passed
Bridgelight and came in, winning handily by a
length, Bridgelight second, Amos A third, a
length back. Time, 130.
Fourth race, selling, purse $400, 3 vears and
unward, beaten horses,six furlongs Tudor ran
first from start to finish, winning easily by a
length, Bonita Belle second, Charlie Beed
third. Time, 1:16J.
A BIG WALKING MATCH.
The Champion HeeWnnd-Toe Wnlkera Will
Arrangements are being made for an import
ant heel-and-toe walking contest in this city.
The race is to take plaoe on the London Thea
ter track, and will be "straight away" for 75
hours, commencing at 11 p. M. on tbe 29th
As the track is narrow the entries will proba
bly be limited to abont eight of tbe best walk
ers, local and International. The contest will
be-nnder the management of Harry Davis,
which is a guarantee that it will be all right.
The probable starters are: W. J. Hoagland,
champion of America; A. Sinclair, champion
of Scotland: W. Ray, champion of England;
T.Spicer. champion of the South of England;
P. Drisqol, H. O. Messier, J. J. Engledrum and
AndySeibert. The pedestrians will receive SO
per cent of the gate receipts, which will be di
vided as usual.
m Rtmart 119 ft
108. Belle 101, IagolOG, Vesper uaraner w sola as
i mile, selling
Cupid lis, C&e
110, 510: Stui
Third race, seven-eighths of
nhalfelr 111 ftK IHimnr 116. So:
ney 169, Mttal 104. Sallle O 99, as a field, ill,
Fourth race, the Latonia Derby, one mile
one-balf-Hlndoocraft 115, ilO; King Begent
S5; Come to Taw 115, S5; LonKirisn lis. n: out
bound 112. S3; Sportsman 115, SJ: Lptlon 115, 13.
Irntn race, xour ana one-nan miuufc, iur z-
Samatba 110, S3, Llt-
Itabbltllo. Silence ilu. Reach; Harry Weldon
113. Joe Walden 113, S3each: Bally Ho 110, Elyer
110, Per Princess HO, Lottie S 110, aiaia or lach
land 110, Vldonla 110, as a field, p.
Still After Beam.
Secretary Scandrett went to Latrobe yester
day to buy and sign Beam, or at least to buy
and secure the young man's father's consent.
Up to a late hour last .night Mr. Scandrett had
not returned. The expectation is that Beam
will be secured. He is wishful to play with the
Flttsburgs. He, however, did not make a flrst
class showing yesterday, but it may have been
an off day.
The Female Bicycle Race.
New Yoek, May 18. Several women have
during the past week been riding bicycles eight
hours per day. Tbe end was at midnight and
the scores as follows: Oakes, 669 miles;
Brown, 6G9J4 miles; Baldwin, 640; Armaindo,
508: Lewis, 694; Stanley, 528; Woods, 425; Mc
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solutely Free of Cost!
WOOD, HAEIOI & CO.
545 SMlTHJj'lELD ST.
OUR FAMOUS TEN DOLLAR SUITS
MIEN'S HNE SUITS
- jp. a. o
O. - MEN'S FINE SUITS
SUITS WHICH .ARE
FOR EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
WE HAVE ARRANGED " "
TO SUPPLY EVERY
POST IN THE TWO CITTES
WITH THEIR G. A. R. SUITS.
5,000 MEN'S FINE SUITS,
In Business Sacks and Stylish Cutaways, at the
low price of
These Suits are manufactured from fine
Cheviots, Cassimeres, French Worsteds, Tricots,
Bannockburns and Corkscrews, made and trim
med in first-class style, and would readily re--tail
at $18. In fact they are high class goods
and can't be bought for that very low prica-.
outside of our store.
XTRA. XTRA. XTRA.
We place on our special bargain counter 430
Fine Custom Tailoring Suits, regularly sold for
$50 and $60. They are as fine as the tailoring
art can devise, but we want to sell them off
quickly and you can take your choice -Monday
only at $22.
STYLISH DRESS CUTAWAYS
" NOT THE ORDINARY
SUITS OTHER STORES SHOW,
BUT GENUINE HIGH CLASS
G.A. R. SUITS, TRUE BLUE, ALL PRICES5&
WHITE VESTS AND
G. A. R. HATS AND GLOVES . ' '
PITTSBURG COMBINATION CLOTHING COMPANY.
GRANT and DIAMOND
OPPOSITE THE NEW
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COR. GRANT AND DIAMOND STREETS-
GRANT and DIAMOND
OPPOSITE THE NEW