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THE -PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,
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They Are Beaten Handily by
SHAMUS IN GREAT FOEM.
The Senators Beat the Kew York
BOSTON DOWHS THE PHILLIES.
Bain Blockades the Eoosiers and Pittsbnrgs
GENERAL BiSE BALL NEWS OP THE DAI
WASHnroTOJfS. ... 9....
Kansas Citts.... 10....
Duquesxes. - 6....
Riverside Grays 15...,
.New Yores 6
.LOUISTILLES , 3
E. K Athletics. 8
How They Stand.
Tlie f ollowing table shows correctly how the
League clubs stand up to date. The Bostons,
as will be seen, keep in front, while Kew York
is falling back a little toward fifth place. Cleve
land Is still aspirins; upward, while Indianapo
lis' defeats at Philadelphia has sent her back
considerably. Following is the score:
St. Loul .27 12 .692
BrooklTD5.....tl 14 .600
Athletics 19 IS .559
Clnclnnstls...21 J8 .633
"Won. Lost. (X
Ksoess Cltys. -' 17 .623
Kfttrlmnrefi IS 18 .471
lOolnmbus 13 22 .371
iLoulsvUles.... 8 8 .23
Games To. Day.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Cincinnati at
Philadelphia; LouisTillesat Columbus; St. Louis
Flayed Like Kickers.
"Washikgtos, June L The New Yorks
played a kickers' came to-day, chancing its
players frequently. Score:
tVashlnrtons 0 04201002-8
Hew Yorks 1 40000000 6
Bse bits New Torks 10. "Washlnirtons 10.
Errors Kew Yorks 6, Wasblngtons. 3.
Batteries-New Yorks. Keefe, Whitney, Crane,
Brown: Vashlngtons, Keefe, Ebrlght.
Another For Boston.
Boston, June L Tbe Philadelphia! played
like tired, overworked men to-day, and were
easily defeated by the Bostons. Score:
Bostons 3 0O0S11OO 7
1'Mladelpblas 0 0000100 1 I
Base lilts-Bostons, 8: Philadelphia, 8.
Errors-Bostons, 1: PhUadelpmas, 6.
Bittcrles-Bostons. Bennett and Clarkson; Phil
adelphias, Casey and Clements.
The Athletics Again Doable Up the Qnlet
June x. ice .Aiiueucs
jCincinnatishere to-day. Score:
0 0013003 18
Base hits-Athletics, 12: Cincinnati, z.
Errors Athletics, 6; Cincinnati 7.
Batteries Weyhmg and Cross; Baldwin, Mnl
lane and Unryea,
For Fan and Fame.
BALTUIOEE, June L Baltimore and Kansas
City plaved two games this afternoon, an exhi
bition and a regularly scheduled came. First
Baltlmores 0 00000800 5
.Kansas Cltys 2 020000004
Basehlts-Baltlmorcs. 7: Kansas Cltys. 9.
Errors Baltlmores, 4; Kansas Cltys. 2.
Batteries Kllroy and Tate; SulllTan and Gun
son. Second game
Baltlmores 0 210030118
Kansas Cltys 0 0 0 0 7 10 1 1-10
Base hits Baltlmores, 10: Kansas Cltys, 12.
Errors Baltlmores. 1; Kansas Cltys. 4.
Batteries Cunningham andTate; Swartzelland
.Downed the Colonels Again.
COLUXBUS, O., June L Only a small crowd
witnessed the Colambus-Tjouisville game to
"day. The grounds weie muddy and the weather
cold. Columbus played around the "visitors at
all points, and won with ease. Score:
Commons 0 000060028
LonlSTilleb 0 0000102 0-3
Earned runs Colnmbas. 3; Loals-rllles, 1.
Two-base hits Orr, Kavmond and Browning.
(stolen bases McTammany, 2; Dally, Easterday,
Donble plays-Daily and Greenwood.
First base on balls-McTammany. Marr, Ester
flav. 2: Baymond.
Btruck out Marr, 2: Dally, Johnson, 2; Green--wood.
Batteries Wldner and O'Connor; Bamsayanit
Bad for Oakland.
The contest betwezn the Oaklands and the
Emsworths yesterday was an easy victory for
the latter. Score:
Oaklands. 1 0000011.
Emsworths 5 3 0 1 S 0 0 1 "IS
Hits Oaklands, 3, total. S; Emsworths, If, to
Two base hlts-Elbel, Kier. Steitx, Courtney,
Errors Oaklands. 10; Emsworths. S.
Struck ont Neves. 4: Pennington, 9. t
Base on balls Off Neves, 4: off Pennington, 2.
Passed balls LareUe, 4: McKlm, 4.
"Wild pitches JMeTes, 2.
Time of game-Two hours and 30 minutes.
Both at Harriabarg.
Haeeisbtjkg, Pa, June L The Indianapolis
and Fittsburc baseball teams are laid np here
in conseanence of the washouts on the rail
road. They were to nave played at Pittsburg
THE-EAST ENDEOS BEATEN.
A Great Game Won by the Daqnesne Assre-
There was a large crowd at Recreation Park
yesterday to witness the came between the
County League dabs East End Athletics and
the Duquesnes. The attendance was increased
because many people were expecting to see
the Pittsburg and Indianapolis League teams
play. The absence of the major league repre
sentatlreJ, however, did not weaken the excite
ment. A remarkably close game was played,
and the famous East Enders were beaten.
Sbamus was a puzzler to the gay youths of the
cultured and easy-going locality of wealth.
The East Enders also fielded badly and the
Duquesnes dldnot do mnch better in that re
rpect. Robertson pitched a fair game for the
Athletics. The general play of the latter,
howeret, was below the lr average. Score:
athletics b b f A EIDUOUESNES X B F A X
Gray, 2 1
Laner, 1..... O
Gumberts, s. 1
Tener, 1-.... 1
Oliver, 3 0
Swift, m 1
O'DonnelL e 1
Kobertson, p 0
Grove, m... 1
Shanma,p. .. 2
Martin, a.... 0
Edwards, 1.. 0
Donaghy, 3. 1
Newell, I.... I
CahllL r.... 1
Gillian, r... 0
Myers, c... 0
otals 6 S 25 10 8 Totals 6 8 27 17 7
inesnes ,2 1000200 16
letlrs 0 0000231. 0-5
med runs Dnqnesnes, 1.
so-base bit Newell.
jnck ont By Shamus. 10; by Bobertson, 2.
aae on balls-linqnesnes, 2; Athletics, 2.
aonble play Gillian.
.Passed ball Dnqnesnes, 3; Athletics, 2.
iZlme of game-Two honrsV
BEAT THE CHAMPIONS.
The Riverside Grays Win an Easy Game at
The game yesterday between the Riverside
Grays and the Homesteads was somewhat sur
prising because the Grays knocked the Cham
pions ont without mercy. The fielding of the
Homesteads was wretched, in the extreme.
That was one of the chief causes of their de
feat. The fielding of fiannan and the batting
of Dillon of the Grays were the features. The
attendance was good. Score:
K. OBATS. R B F A 351 IIOUST'DS R B P A E
Armor, r.... 2
H.E.Col'n, 3 1
Woods, r... 2
Brulce, 2.... 0
ltohe, c&m.. 0
Dletz, p 1
Totals.... 15 9 2716 7j Totals 9 8 24 18 U
6 10 113 2 1 '-IS
Earned runs E. Greys, 4: Homesteads, 1.
Two-base bits-Dillon, Neville, H. E. Colgan,
Three-base hit Dillon.
Stolen bases-R. Greys, 11: Homesteads. 7.
Doable play Graham and Good.
Bases on balls-R. Greys, 6: Homesteads. 4.
Struck out-By Diets, 7: by Cain. 4.
Passed balls-Good, 1: H. O. Oolgan, 2.
Wild pitches-Dletz. 1; Cain, 1.
Time of game One hour and 40 minutes.
TEN INNINGS REQUIRED.
After a Lone Argument the McKeesports
The game between Braddock and McKaes
port yesterday was an exciting one. It re
quired ten innings to settle the argument. Al
though the Braddocks were outbatted more
than two to one, they made a great battle. The
attendance was good. Score:
X'XEESF'T B B F. A ElBRADD'CKS B B P A E
Klllen, 3 ...
0 0 0 0 1
2 0 3 11
2 013 3 0
10 4 4 0
2 2 2 2 0
0 0 6 0 3
0 10 10
0 1 0.0 0
0 0 2 11
8 9 SO 8 7
Totals.... 7 4 29 12 6
McKeesports 1 30020400 1-8
Braddocks 0 101112010-7
Earned runs McKeesports, 2.
Two-base hits Miller, Torreyson 2, Ander
V mplre Wilson.
Made a Tie of It.
There was an exciting game atLeetsdale yes
terday between the Rosedales and Leetsdalee.
A tie was the result. The score:
EOSEDALES B B P A ElLEETEDALIS.R B P A E
Warren, s... 2
tirady, p...- 1
Hamilton, m 1
M'hamee, 3. 0
Walker, 2... 1
Lelght, 1.... 1
Bean, c 1
Sevens, r.... 0
WUllams, L 1
Totals.... 8 8 2713 15
.8 7 27 9 14
Uosedales 1 3001022 0-j
Leetsdales 1 2000210 2- i
Earned runs Bosedales, 2.
Struck ont Bosedales. 8; Leetsdales, 16.
Htt bv pitched balls Bosedales, 2.
Jerome Park Entries.
New York, June L Following are .the
names of the probable starters in Monday's
races at Jerome Park:
First race, half-mile Kempland 107 pounds.
Insight 107. Pall Mall lqo, Mile XBd Mlllerton 98,
Beathen ICC, Buby Boyal 101, Gljsey lllly 99.
Second race, did not fill and an extra race was
was substituted, therefor, the entries to close on
Third race, one and one-eighth mlles-Beporter
105 pounds. Major 93, J A B i02, Charley Dreux 98,
Fourth race, three-quarters of a mile Fltzrqy
109 pounds. EolI&nlW. Miracle 112, Guarantee 112,
Little Minnie 104, Edison I'M, Vivid 91, Harbor
Lights 107, Deception 97, King Crab, Error.
Firth race, L 403 yards King Crab 114 pounds,
Salisbury 108, Brown Charley 108.
Sixth race, one and one-skxteenth miles Unltah
103 pounds. Volunteer 110. Ernest 112. First At
tempt 112, Crusader 106, "Wynwood 100, Gallatin
101, Gendarme 101.
A Noted Horseman Dead.
E. G. Tyler, the well-known and genial horse
man is dead. Word vras received of his death
in this city last evening. He died at Detroit
on Friday night, of a gathering in the brain.
Mr. Tyler was half, owner of the famous trot
ter, J. B. Richarson. The latter was placed in
.charge of John Solan some time ago. Mr.
Tyler, probably, had not an enemy on all the
race tracks in the country. He was honest
and kind hearted. His body will be buried at
Carroll and Miller Arrlre.
Fred Carroll and "Midget" Miller arrived in
the city last uight from Washington "via the
Baltimore and Ohio. They said that the road
was in an awful state, and that tbey had been
on their way for more than 24 hours. The bal
ance of the team may be here to-night or to
morrow morning. Manager Phillips wanted to
play two games on Monday, but Manager Ban
croft is not willing.
General Sporting Notes.
RAIN is still pulverizing the games.
Rain stopped the St. Louis-Brooklyn game
The Pittsburg and Indianapolis teams may
be here to-morrow.
A Constant Reader, New Brighton: Your
combination would make 21
Chas. McClitre, the colored pitcher from
Unlontown, has slmed with the Keystones.
Ovnso to tne disaster of the extraordinary
rainstorm the telegraphic service is still so im
perfect that fall scores of ball games cannot be
WAKT AN INYESTIGATIOH.
A Committee From L. A. 6111, K. of L.,
Mnke a Positive and Emphatic Statement.
The following communication was re
ceived at this office last evening written and
signed by a committee from Xj. A. 6111, K.
of L., and can be considered as official:
We, the undersigned, were appointed as a
committee by L. A. 6111, Green Bottle Blowers,
to visit the daily press and emphatically deny
the statements made in its columns, alleging
that considerable dissension existed in our
union, in relation to tbe charges made against
the officials of Lw A. 300, in connection with the
bringing over of foreign glassblowers. We
have already denied tbese rumors as without
any foundation and were surprised to find, that
in spito of our denial, tbe same story reappears
in the same issue containing our statement.
We now again wish to positively state that
whoever makes these misrepresentations to the
pres. is deliberately stating what he knows to
be a falsehood. Our union is a unit in wishing
this investigation to continue. There is not
the slightest foundation for the rumors of dis
sension in our ranks upon this question. We
wish to make our denial so emphatic that we
make It-over our signatures, and wish to say
that the man who has given these unfounded
statements to the press will not back np his
story over his signature.
JJ. A. Hates.
Arrested for Taking a Lost Tocketbook.
Detective John Murphy, of Allegheny,
arrested John Wesley, a colored man living
as 275 East street, last night, on a charge of
larceny. Yesterday afternoon while John
S. McKee was purchasing some meat in the
market he dropped his pocketbook, contain
ing $40. When he looked for it the purse
bad disappeared. Wesley was suspected
and confessed his guilt and returned the
Boy Your Pianos and Organs at H. Bvleber
t Bro.'a SOS Woo'd Street.
Why? Because Kleber & Bro. are the old
est and most reliable dealers; because Kle
ber & Bro. are tbe only ones in all Pitts
burg who are and have been for years prac
tical piano teachers and piano makers; be
cause Kleber & Bro; are the exclusive
agents for all the best pianos and organs
made in this country; because Kleber &
Bro. are admitted -to be tbe most honest and
trustworthy music dealers in Pittsburg and
Western Pennsylvania; because Kleber &
Bro. sell lower, take smaller profits and
give easier time payments ana a longer
warrantee than any other house, etc. At
Kleber's you can buy the wonderful Stein
way, the great Conover, the popular Opera
and the sweet Emerson pianos; also the
lovely Bnrdett organs and the unrivaled -
vocation church organs, it you want the
best and lowest prices, call at Kleber Bro's.
LATOMIA WIND- UP.
A Large Crowd Sees tho Last. Day
of the Meeting.
BEAYO WINS THE SWEEPSTAKES.
The Erie Trotting- Meeting a, Financial
Failure Owing to Ealn.
GENERAL SPORTING NEW8 OP THE DAT
At Latonia First race Cheeny, 1; Ben B,
Second race Moult Hardy, 1; Cupid,
2. Third race Joe Kevin, 1; Troga, 2. Fourth
race Bravo, 1; Long Boy; 2. Fifth race Mon
trose. 1; Marchma, 2.
At St. Loins First race Wheeler T, lj
Mollis McCarthy's Last, 2. Second race Mirth,
1; Entry, 2. Third race Long Fish, 1; Ga
lientes, 2. Fourth raco Bridgellght, 1; Tudor,
2. Fifth race declared off.
LATONLVS LAST DAY.
The Sleeting Ends With Good Races and
n Big Crowd. .
Cincinnati. June L The last day of the
meeting was one of the fewwithoutraln,bnttho
track was exceedingly heavy and stiff, and the
spectators wera shivering In overcoats. Not
withstanding the 'unseasonable weather, La
tonia has never bad so large an attendance as at
the present meeting.
First race, selling, six lnrlongs Cheeny 100
pounds, first; Ben B 1C9, second; Stuart 116, third.
Time, 1:23. Stuart got off In the lead, but was soon
overtaken, first by Holland and later by Iago,
bnt at the finish Cheeny and Ben B made strides
for the lead, both passing Stuart, and Cheeny
winning by a length.
Second race, selling, seven fnrlqngs Monlts
Hardy first, Cnpld 116 pounds, second; Castaway
108. third. Time, 1:30);. Castaway got off firsl,
with Arundel second. Cast Steel third. Monita
Hardy went ahead In the stretch and won easily.
Third race, purse, five furlongs-Joe Nevin 103
pounds, first; Tioga 103, second; Gun Wad 103,
third. Time, i:03M. Tioga got off in the lead, but
at the three-quarters Joe Nevine went to the front
and held his place, winning by four lengths.
Fourth race, sweepstakes, 8500 added, mile
Bravo 112 pounds, firt. Long Boy 111, second:
Llederkranz 108, third. Time, 1:51. Marcbburn
and Llederkranz set the pace, with Bravo in the
rear until tbe last quarter, when he went ahead
easily and won by three lengths.
Fifth race. Cincinnati Hotel handicap, $1,000
added by the "Gibson House, mile and a quarter
Montrose first; Marchma 106 pounds, second; Gil
ford 105, third. Time, 2:16. Montrose won by
ST. LOUIS OPENING.
A Bright and Clear Day Favors the Jockey
St. Lotus, June 1 To-day opened bright and
clear for the opening day of the summer meet
ing of the St. Louis Jockey Club. The track
was soft at places on the inside, but was in
good shape before tbe day was over. The
luds-es were Chas. Green, C. Bent Carr and L.
M. Rnmsey. J. B. Ferguson, the Secretary of
tbe Lexington track, did the starting.
First race, mile dash for all ages Starters:
"Wheeler T, Mollies Last, Kermesss, J T., Al
phonse. Fanchette. May W, and Eilie H. Fan
chette and Kermesse made tbe running to the
head of the stretch, where Wheeler T came
throngh and in a driving finish beat Mollies Last
by half a length, Mollies Last a head In front of
Kermesse third. Time, 1:45.
Second race, seven furlongs, selling for all
ages Starters: Entry. Mirth, Volcl, Bedstone,
'Fosters', Luke Alexander, Big Brown Jug.
Mirth won, Entry second. Bedstone third. Time,
'Third race, the St. Lonls Fair Derby for 3-year-olds,
one mile and a half Starters: Longflsh,
Feu ton, Cassias, Glockner, Le Premier. Call
en tes. Longflsh won, Callentes second, Casslus
third. Time, 2;39K.
Fourth race, five furlongs, for 2-year-olds
Starters: Flyaway, Pinkie T., Lena Ban, Lnla
B., Sequence, Gertie B LuthaLec. Hualpa and
Jess Armstrong. Flyaway won, Lula B. second,
Lena Ban third. Time, 1:03ft.
Fourth race, seven furlongs, selling, dash for
all ages-Starters: KeeVeeN a, Chiltiowle, Tudor,
Lelex, Bridgellght, Gardner, Bonnie King and
Chickasaw. Bridgellght won, Tudor second,
Gardner third, lime 1:30V. -
The steeplechase was declared off. Linguist was
entered, but Mr. Green refused to allow him to
start on account of having been ruled off at West
Side. Corrlgan, who owns the West Side, then
scratched his entries, Irish Pat and WInslow, and
the race was declared off.
New Court House
In Men's Spring Trousers we have an unusually com
plete stock. Elegant fancy Worsted stripes, $i 75.
All-wool Cassimere Trousers, $2, worth $3 50. Striped
Cassimere Trousers, $2 75. Fine Dress Pants at $4,
worth $7. .. '
PITTSBURG 'COMBINATION CLOTH
Entries for lloday's races are:
First race, seven furlongs Kermesse 105 pounds,
, race, seven luriougs ncruicrec.w uuaaas,
lew lOLTador 10V Bridgellght 116. Chll-
9L; Volem Gov. Hardin 10 Bonnie King
iteralW, Gasoline M, 4 T 95, CasluslOS, Bed-
atone 90. Dick "Wrltrht 102.
Second rac;, rolfe aud a furlong Cartoon 107
pounds. Huntress 112. strldeaway 117, Stony Mont
gomery 105, Bonlta 1M. Fayette 101 Tho Dude 97.
Third race, the Southern Hotel stakes, for 2-year-olds,
six rurlongs-PennP 121 pounds. Amlgolis.
Watterson 113, Avondale 121. Blue Veil 110, Lntha
Lee 110, Little Crete 115, Kyrle B 119..
Fourth race, one nule-The. Elk 117 pounds,
Glrondit 117, May W 112, May Haps 112, Lucy P
112, The Deacon 117.
Fifth race, one and one-sixteenth miles Los
Angeles 110 pounds. Valuable 121. Lela May lie,
Entry 102, Helena 102,
GOOD RACING PROMISED.
Entries nndErents tor tho Western Fennsyl.
vnnln Society's Meeting. ,
The meeting of the Western Pennsylvania
Agricultural Society commences Wednesday,
June 6, ending June 6. The prospects for a
successful meeting are very good. The races
are all filled and many of the horses are al
ready on tbe grounds. Tbe bicycle tournament
will De a new feature, and promises to be very
fine. About 100 wheelmen win fake part The
exbiblt of breeding horses will be tbe finest
ever held here. Below we give a list of horses
entered in the trotting.and paclngraces:
Trotters-George, b. g A. K. Duff, Pittsburg,
Pa.; Gould, b. g., A. M. Bpellman, Wheeling, W.
Vs.; Maud Chorister, b. m John a Collins,
Pittsburg, Pa.: Maggie C, b. m., B. J. Reynolds,
Waynesbnrg. Pa.; Dutchess, b. m., G. W. Me
Cleary, Wefisburg. W. Va.; Kenegode, or. g.,T.
Harper. Wheeling, W. Va. : Body Wilkes, b. g
Moore Floydc, Pittsburg, Pa.; Commotion, b. g.,
H. T. Hawes, Johnstown, Pa.; Bell Ogle, b. m.,
J. D. Miller. Erie, Pa.; Dr. McFarland, b. g A.
M. Spellman, Wheeling, W. Va.: Wanlta, b. m.,
B. L. Fisher. Iron ton, Ohio; Idol Boy, b.g John
C. Collins. Pittsburg, Pa. ; Dorgherty, br.s., Wm.
Danne: Billy Gorman, b. g., W. Handlan, Wheel
ing, Vf. Va. ...,.
Pacers-BUly B., b. g., J. L. Fisher, Ironton,
O.; Jesse H., s. g., H. Myer, Beaver Falls. Fa. ;
Bessimer. b. m.,Yf. J.McKlnley, Braddock. Pa.;
Donald K., b. g., J. D. Miller. Erie. Pa.: Tom D.,
b. g., Schrleber Bros.. Ally, Ps. : Belie Shackett,
ch. m. A. Campbell. New Athens, O.; Faille K.;
r, m., George B. Whitfield, Braddock, Pa.; Ha
zel, r. m., G. A. tJlrlck, Pittsburg, Pa.; Gray
Bade, g. m., A. M. Spellman, Wheeling, W. Va.;
Silver Heel, b.s., Samuel Chambers, West Alex
ander; Walter Br, b. g., William Bootn, Alle
gheny City: Klnc Helro, c. s.John Z. T.Boblt
zer. Pittsburg; Harris, b, g...O. W. Evans. Alle
gheny City; Regulator, b. s.. O. Elseman, Wheel
ing, W. Va.:G. W Huey, br. g., C. W. .Fisher,
Allegheny city; WUlshlre, b. g., L. D. Davis,
The entries for running races will not close
until Tuesday evening, June 4.
THE CLOSE AT ERIE.
Bain and Bad Weather Spoil theMeetlbg on
rSFECIAL TXLXGBAH TO TBE DISPATCn.l
Erie, Pa., June L The spring meeting of
the Erie Driving Park Association closed to
day under a cloud. The 2:15 and 220 pacing
class were not started. The meeting has been
a financial failure owing to the rain and dis
agreeable temperature. The society will lose
about $2,000, but the horsemen nave no room
The events to-day were the finish of the 223
and 2:40 classes, which were commenced on
Decoration Day. In the 2:40 class Memoran
dum, b.b. Miller and Sibley, of Franklin;
Emma W, b. m-, C. P. Northrop, Warren;
George S, b. g., J. S. Brady, Indiana, Pa., and
Middleway. b. g., W. P. Grey, Merrian. Ind.,
each bad a heat on Decoration Day, It was
anybody's race. The race was narrowed down
to Middleway, George S and Emma W to-day,
and George S being a capital mud horse he won
easily in two straight heats in 2-2S&. .
In the 2:23 class two heats had
been trotted on Decoration Day. Tbe
race was finished to-day and stood
St. Elmo b. s., H. D.Ernst .- 1 2 11
Tonl). b. g., H. G. Schrever.... 4 4 3 2
Donald B, b. g W. Branlgan..- -.2 12 3
Lizzie H, b. m.. D. B. Hlbbard- 3 3 4 4
Time, 2:35, 2:34, 2:37.
SSt. Elmo, the pretty baystaUlon from Buffalo,
won tbe race easily to-day. He kept his feet
in both heats without a single break. The asso
ciation will give another meeting in the fall.
The Valkyrlo Tflns Again.
London, June LThs match of the Royal
Thames Yacht Club, tbe most important event
of the Thames season, was had to-day. The
course was from the 27ore to Dover, a distance
of 60 miles. The prizes were 100, 40, and 20.
The Valkyrie won, -with tbelrex second, and
the Yarana third. ."Both wind and tide were
favorable over tbe whole course. The yachts
made a flying start. They were all In cruising
trim. The official time is as follows: Valkyrie,
621:05; Irex. 625.50; Yarana, 625:55.
For one day only (starting promptly at 8 A. M. Monday) we will give you choice of any of our elegant Men's Suits, including
fine garments worth all the way from $25 to $30 and $40, at the round figure of $15. Don't delay; this sale lasts but one
day, Monday, and we do this merely for the advertisement it brings us. Come right in and take your pick of any Suit in
our establishment at FIFTEEN DOIxLARS. Nothing reserved. It's the biggest opportunity of the season and it's to your
interest to take advantage of it. "Make hay while the. sun shines" and remember to-morrow is the day.
ONE DAT ONLY, TO-MORBOW.
mO-MORROW you can
1L come into our store and
select any Suit on our coun
ters for Fifteen Dollars,
regardless of the former
price or of the present, value.
The stock we offer includes
twenty-five dollar, thirty
t dollar and forty-five dollar
Men's Suits, equal in every
respect to custom-made
goods. If you are incredu
lous call and see for yourself
and we will convince you,
whether you buy or not. .
Continued from ITiird Page.
that place stating, a citizens' meeting had
been held at which' (1,200. bad been sub
scribed. This money will be turned over to
the committee in this city by Mr. Schoon
maker. UNDERTAKERS TO GO TO-DAY.
A Representative From Nearly Every Firm
In tie City to bo Sent.
The undertakers o( Pittsburg and Alle
gheny met last evening at J. J. Flannery's
office on Grant street. 2&r. Flannery pre
sided and H. F. Leslie, was secretary. The
following reported that they would go to
Johnstown this morning: J, J. Flannery
and three men, W. P. P. Fairman and two
men, James FullertoDj CJ.Boyle and three
men, Herman & Ebbert, George G. Jeremy,
Ley & Geisclhart, Leslie & Bro. and two
men. Byrne & KcCabe, W. H. Devore and
two men, Noble Bros., Miller Bros, and
two men, James McCabe & Bro. and two men,
McKultr & Bros., Schact & Bro., Semnel
rock and Bros.,Spencer & Nillison.J.S.Cos
grave and A. Meyer. A, committee of
three, D. J. Boyle, P.J. McNulty and W.
F. P. Fairman, made arrangement with
the relief committee .for transportion, The
above undertakers are requested to report
at Mr. Plannerv's office this morning at
730 sharp, with" their "kits." There will
be a relief corps sent out Monday morning
and also, one on Tuesday. -
DRAWN FROM THE DRIFTWOOD.
The County Democracy last night donated
100 from its treasury.
Oveb $1,000 was raised at the Columbus Club
meeting last night.
A carload of skiffs will be sent to the
flooded district this morning.
B. Himmelrich & Son donate 250 worth
.of shoes for the sufferers.
Ruben, tbe batter, gives 3250 and has sent a
lot of hats, shirts and underwear.
The Lotus Club, of the Southslde, last night
subscribed $100 to the relief fund.
Nearly every church in Pittsburg will take
up flood relief contributions to-day.
Sevebal train loads of provisions will be
sent to the scene of wreck this morning. ,
Gomer Lodge No. 64, L O. O. F., donates
$100 for the relief of Johnstown Odd Fellows.
Mrs. John L Nevin, of Ben Venue, sent a
large truckload of clothing for the relief of
Bishop Phelan -will start for Johnstown
this morning, and transportation has been or
dered for him.
Adjutant General Att.tne, of Ohio, will
arrive in Pittsburg this morning' with 500 tents
for the sufferers.
Thomas McNallt, of Preble avenue, Alle
gheny, gave $25 to Mayor Pearson last night for
the relief fund.
N. E. Graham sends a check for $75 75, con
tributed by East Brady citizens, for the relief
of the flood sufferers.
A concert for the benefit of the sufferers of
the flood, was held in tbe West End last night,
and $300 clear realized.
The Tariff Club met last night and opened a
subscription list, the amounts to be reported at
a meeting tolmorrow night.
Thirteen cars are being loaded with coffins
at the Allegheny Coffin Works in Allegheny,
and as soon as loaded will be sent out.
Harry Jenkinson, a boy 15 years of .ace,
and living at Wood's Run, was playing about
the river near there, felt In and was drowned.
Post 30, G. A. R., at Johnstown, Is requesto
to draw on A. L. Pearson, National Commander
Union Veteran Legion, lor $100, by order of Dr.
C. P. Selp. ,
The Poco-a-Foco Orchestra will, on Tuesday
evening, give a performance in Gymnasium
Hall, East Liberty, for tbe benefit of the flood
D. J. Boyd, President of the County Democd
racy, bas called a meeting for 1 P. Jr. to-day. at
6:14 Smithfied street, to take' measures for the
relief of the sufferers.
The WestPenn people are building a boat at
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FROM OUR TWENTY-FIVE. DOLLAR,
THIRTY DOLLAR AND FORTY
DOLLAR STYLISH AND RELIABLY MADE
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Tunnelton for tbe purpose of transf errteg pas
sengers; bnt the water is so violent that bo use.
will be made of the boat for 24 hours.
J. D. Wood, General Superintendent of.
Transportation of the Pennsylvania Company,
got stuck at HarrisDnrg. where he is helping
the Pennsylvania offlcials.in the movement of
Forty-six dollars' was collected for tbe
Johnstown sufferers at tbe tbe table at tbe em
ployes banquet to retiring Superintendent
Johnston, of tbe Pittsburg and Western Rail
road, last night
THSAmericus Club did not meet last nlgbt,
as all the officers and many of the members'
had gonMo Johnstown with the relief train.
Tbe subscription hook was opened again and
$310 added to the first list ol $1,300.
Mr. DeWolf, of Gusky's, bad a special car.
in which he loaded over $2,000 worth of cloth
ing for the sufferers. He had a crew of men
with bim who assorted the different articles
and distributed them npon their arrival at
At 11:30 last night a telegram was received
from James B. Scott saying that the Pittsburg
relief party hart reached the sufferers. They
were carrying the provisions a distance of 1,000
feet and then having it taken up on wagons to
the sufferers, who are On the hillsides.
Superintendent Collins received a tele
gram from R. S. Jackson, superintendent of
the railway mall service at New York, that
Pittsburg mail had been started over the New
York Central and Lake Shore Railroads. This
mail will get here about 3 P; M. to-day.
John A. Mabtin, of the Fulton Market,
Smithfield street, will sell milk shakes, milk,
lemonade, etc, to-day, for the benefit of tbe
flood sufferers. Several hundred gallons of
extra milk bave been ordered and "no change"
will be the motto.
Vice President Malotte. of the Indian
apolis Bank, telegraphed to General Manager
McCrea, of the Pennsylvania Companv, last
night that he had $1,000 at his disposal for tbe
Johnstown sufferers, and he intimated that he
would send the money by check.
IN addition. to Kaufmanns' prompt and gen
erous donation of $2,500 worth of clothing, noted
elsewhere, the firm last night made out a check
for $283 20 In favor of tbe Relief Committee.
This sum represents 2 per cent of yesterday's
total .receipts, which were $14,160.
Representatives from 40 councils of tbe
Jr., O. U. A. M. met In the United States Court
rooms last night and appointed a committee of
fire to go to Johnstown this morning. The
State Councillor was requested to call for and
appropriate $500 from the State fund.
Mr. Irwin Hall, Mayor of Johnstown,
telegraphed at 520 last evening to William Mc
Creery, of the Relief Committee In this city, in
response to tbe message telling of the funds
and other relief subscribed: "Dispatch re
ceived. Will forward the relief to the people
as soon as possible."
At a meeting held last night by Fort Dn
quesne Lodge No. 260, Knights- of Pythias, it
was resolved to ask the lodges of this county to
send delegates to a meeting to be held in said
lodgeroom, on tbe 13th inst, to devise wavs and
means to send relief to tbe Johnstown sufferers
belonging to the order;
The Pittsburg and Western Railroad was
drowned ont by tbe sudden rise of the Alle
gheny river; but the WestPenn road was made
use of for a few miles in and near Allegheny,
and the usual trains were sent out on time.
The tracks of tbe Plttsbnrg and Western are
practically unaffected by tbe flood.
In answer to a request from the Citizens'
Committee, Chief of Police Eirschler ordered
ten men in readiness for tbe 7 o'clock train
this morning for Johnstown. They will be
Lieutenant Snuff and Officers Wm. Speer,
David Speer, Summer. Richardson, Culley,
Mllligan, Moreland, Jenkinson and Kelsch.
A committee of Tarentnm citizens sent
Rev. W. M. Mead, of that place, to Johnstown,
to report on tbe condition of affairs and dis
tribute snch funds as were raised. Dr. McCuI
lough, of Tarentnm, physician of the West
Penn, volunteered to go to the scene o( devas
tation, and was carried throngh by a special
At 150 o'clock tbis morning two cars loaded
with provisions came In over the Ft. Wayne
road and f onr over the Panhandle road. They
were from points along the line within a radius
of 50 miles of this city. Tbey were sent right
through. The trainmen report the people along
the line offering them money in large amounts,
but.they refused to receive it.
Thx'McEeesfobt Bundav Herald raised a
purse of $200 from among its citizens there yes
terday morning, and the following named com
mittee will take It to Johnstown this morning:
J. J. McQlrr, W. P. Wampler, JJUDevenny.
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Tbe committee will also endeavor to And where
help is needed most, and report to a general
meeting to beheld Monday morning.
The Pennsylvania Railroad' has bought or
contracted for $10U,060 worth of lumber for re
building uses ou the -various lines affected.
Tbe contracts were' made .by telegraph yester
day, .and were generally at the owner's price
without demur. Lumber yards all over West
ern Pennsylvania have been drawn upon for all
the heavy timber in sight
A subscription list was started among the
employes of the Department of Public Works
yesterday afternoon,. which City Engineer W.
R. Browne headed with 510. In the Engineer's
department, Chief Bigelow's office, and the
Bureau of Water Assessments tbe list was
soon filled out with subscriptions of from $2 to
$5, and in an hour the total amount subscribed
was $117. Other employes of this department
will contribute -when the list is presented to
Mb. C. A. Smiley announced that he would
give the use of his cottege at Melwood, five
miles this side of Blairsville, for the use of tbe
houseless, and be- asked. that tho newspapers
suggest that tbe Rldgeriew Park Association
give tbe use of all its cottages at Melwood,
some 100. Mr. Smileystatod that these cottages
contained furniture, dishes, cooking utensils,
bedding, eta, and that they would house com
fortably 1,000 people, until they could find
NEARLY $500 TIA VOLKSBLATT.
A Little German Fond That Soon Grew to
That generous little German neighbor,
the Volksblatt, which started a fund from
its office with $100 for the relief, acknowl
edges the following in addition, or a total
of $474 85:
James Spcyer. of Spever & Co.. bankers. New
York (by telegraph), 1100: Max Schamberg Co..
850: Oclrlcbs & Co., .New York, agents North Ger
man Lloyd (by telegraph), iSOt C. H. Weinhans,
85: Consul Max Schamberg, pi; I. F. Lagerfelt,
810: 1. E. Hlrsch, (10: Henry Gasser, M; Joseph
Clpra, fl: Oscar' Rommel, $2: H. Ellern,
82; I. Schafier, 81: anonymous, (1: Hardy Jt
Hayes. 815; J. II. Hoffmann & Co.. S5;
M. Magvar, 81: Lonls Hlrsch, 82: H. 6chmled,8j;
Arnold Schneider, 85: L.Brennlnger & Co., 815; II.
Schoenefeldt.51: David Rapport, (I; G.Tbomas,81;
F. A. Haellng, fit A. Arnold, ft; Wm.Kohler, fl;
mann. fl; S. Sebastians. 25c: M. J. Bradley,
Sue: Marie Carlson. 50c; Susan Kllng, 50c;
Carl O. Bergstrom, 25c: Albert Ahlstrand, tfc;S.
Lind, 23c; J. Jansson, 25c; J. Kragard, 25c; C A.
Konig, 50c: H. A, Berg; 60c; F. N. Kebn, 50c: Liz
zie Fro Id, 25c; BenJ. Anderson. 60c; D. Behnberg,
50c: Charles Fischer, 11; Ludwlg Than, 60c: Er
nest Mueller, 50c; Otto Melntel. fl; H.Lattlen,
E; Jos. Htadfeld. Esq., flO; Cash, 85: F. A.
orenz. fl; William Miller, fl; J. a Wright,
fl: Reese Barean, fl: C. Hemmerle, 50c: 11.
Wlckerode, fl; J. E. Dykmann, fit John
Melse, fl; A. Koslowsky, 50c: A. Brlnfco,
25c; D. SalonccL 50c; J. W. Gassenschmldt, 60c:
Alexander Blank, 15c; T. Deal, 15c; W. Opatkler
vicz, 25c: Franz Totero, 15c: Josef Kis, 60c;
Michael Stark. 25c; Johaun Stark. 25c: Michael
Borcslk, 25c; Andr. Aokos, 25c: George Scbnot
zer, 25c: Aug. Wagner. 20c; S. Fantone, 16c; S.
Urbanecz, 15c: J. Urbanecz, 15c; William Gelger,
50c; Conrad Mendel, fl; M. Dalbrnzzo, 25c: C.
Amlcpne, 25c: P. Baracehlnl, 50c; G. BarkowskI,
25c: G. Splnelli. 25c; A. Tricmlo. 25c; D. Delle
Donne, 25c; J. Wels, 25c: Carlo Tondo. 25c: Albert
jneans, zac; penny dox oi voiaauiait priuwra,
. &u;miZBcnommariz, ouc: ueorge u. jumwr,
(instav Goldmann. 50c: K. . KumnE. 60c:
ohn Kelly. 60c: Thomas A. Means, f I; Charles V.
THE TURNERS WILL ACT.
A Meeting to be Held To-NIgbt oftheOfflcers
of the District.
The Executive Committee of the Pittsburg
Turn district of the North American Turner
Bund, representing 15 Turner societies of
"Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and
Eastern Ohio met last evening at tbe Central
Turner Hall, Forbes street Mr. Waltman,
tbe President was in the chair andProL-O.
Scheer acted as secretary,
The members of tbe committee entered at
once upon a discussion of tbe awful calamity
at Johnstown and it was afterwards decided
that all the officers of the district be invited to
meet at tbe Central Turner Hall this evening
at 8 o'clock and determine .what sbouldbe done
by the Turners to alleviate the sufferings of
the unfortunates in tbe catastrophe at Johns
town. A Picnic Novelty. , h ',
One of the novelties of. the moulders' picnic
of tbe Amalgamated Association of Ironwork
ers is tbe female pedestrian contest that is go
ing to take place at Rock Point next Saturday.
Manager Harry.Dayls has arranged for an
eight-hour go-as-yon-place race to takeplace
in a marquee, Tch will allow, a track almost
asbigastbr Madison Square. N. Y. The
race Is ope' the United States and there
will proba oe 20 starters.
. COR, GRANT
New Court House
THE 'styles we show are
.- 'Mens business sack
Suits, stylish one, three and
four-button cutaways, and
dressy Prirjce Albert coat
and vest, with different pants
or pants to match. Such
well known fabrics as Rock
Cassimeres, French Wor
steds, English Wide Wales,
Scotch Cheviots and Diago
nalsjTricots and Serges. We
guarantee a perfect fit and
for. style ahd workmanship
these suits are town talk.
,We show a. superb line of Boys' and Children's Suits,,
which go like the rest, regardless of first values. Boys
Suiti7,twd-piece, selling'at $2. $2 50 and $3, worth $6
and $. Three-piece Suits, $3, $4 50 and $6. Child
ren's .Trousers, 25c, 50'c and 75a
Kelt-Year's Iron Scaly.
Tbe 'Wage Committee of thlj
mated Association was in session ui
midnight and may bevcompelIed to 1
other session to-day to complete the
Secretary Martin, the only person .
.. ll -.A f iHttijasAj a .TT . !-d "ttl
committee mat is au.uu.iicu . .., ma ner
bad no information to give out, except that!
...I.. 1aw1w Tt ?- I..1? 3t
tney were progressing wvm;. " ueuevea
that some important change will be made hi.
the scale. .
Into the Flood With a Tab.
Thomas Green, a very corpulent negro,
fell off a shanty boat in the Monongahela
river last evening at the foot of Boss street
and was drowned. He was carrying a tub
of wafer and slipped off. His body, owing
to the high and running river, was not re
A Team of Horses Stolen.
A team of horses attached to a wagon be
longing to Chris Hensinger, of McCandless
township, were stolen yesterday. Detective
Eichenlanb found the rig on Pennsylvania,
avenue, Allegheny, last evening, 'but wa
unable to catch the thief. -T '
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cents per box, or six boxes lor $4, sent by mail
prepaid on receipt of price. Six boxes is then
complete treatment and with every purchase .
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if the wafers do not benefit or effect aperma-'
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MEDICAL INSTTTUTE. For sale only by
JOSEPH FLEMING & SON, .
412Market street Pittsburg, Pa., P. O. Box 37,
to whom all communications should be ad
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
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Fourth avenne. Jd-104
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on J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
A MEETING OF THE ALLEGHENY
Athletic Club will be held on SUNDAY.
June 2, at 10 A. xM to arrange a benefit for the
sufferers in tbe Johnstown disaster.
J. Y. LEYTON, President
PmsBUBO, June L 1889.
ATA REGULAR MEETING OF ADE
A. LAIDE Nicholson Lodge, Daughters of"
Rebekah No. 180, 1. 0. 0. F., it was decided to
issue a general call for ail subordinate lodges.'
. "Encamnmenta and Damrhter of Rebekah De-
I firee Lodges in tbis district to meet at Odd.
f Fellows Hall, over Odd Fellows' Bank THIS
(Sunday) Acr.itriuur atiociocs lotaics
prompt action in regard to alleviating the dis
tressed brothers and sisters of Johnstown
This lodge has donated $20.
S. W. JEFFRIES. N. G.
N. M. BEAMER, Secr.
GEORGE E. YOUNG, )
A. C. PARKH, J. Committee,
E. MATTHEWS, je2-Ul '.