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pd. Hanlon Figures on the
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fGOOI) MEN TO PLAY HERE.
Col. Bogers Has His League Case
Beady for Next Week.
ISULLIVAK'S PRICE COMES DOWN.
Manaeer Hanlon. of the local club, makes
p. & few Terr interesting statements about bis
new team here. Colonel Rogers states that
bis ease against Ewing and "Ward will be
taken to court next week. Sullivan agrees
to fight Jackson at San Francisco within
fire months for $15,000.
Manager Hanlon, of the local Brother
.hood tlub, talked very freely and interest
ingly about baseball affairs yesterday alter
soon. He did sot at all appear to be dis
heartened or ruffled by the recent Brotherhood
desertions. During a conversation with the
writer be said:
These desertions will only purge the
Brotherhood of men who would never be safe
or reliable, and the organizations that get them
are welcome to such unfaithful people. Bow
ever, our club in this city will not be injured,
because we hare plenty of good men. L of
course, cannot tell how our team will be made
up yet, but at present I know that we will have
Dunlap at second, Knehne at third, myself and
probably Maul in the field, with another to get.
I had intended to put Miller In the field and get
another good catcher, hut now we will have to
get another fielder and catcher. We will also
have to cct a first baseman and a shortstop, but,
as I have said, they can be had.
SUBE OF GOOD PITCHEBS.
"We are sure of Galrin, Staley, Morris, and,
If necessary. Maul, as pitchers, and I have
another good one whose same I am not pre
pared to mention to-day. I feel certain that
Staler will be with us, although it has come to
a stage when it is dangerous to believe anything
a ball player may say or sign. However, I have
confidence in Staley. Altogether, we will have
a good team, and we will be on deck."
"Do you think that St. Louis will be admitted
'to the Brotherhood:"
"I really cannot give an answer to that, be
cause next week's meeting will decide that
question, among others. The admission of any
club into the Brotherhood circuit will be deter
mined by the votes of the meeting. This being
the case, I cannot tell what maj be decided.
All that I know about St. .Louis wanting to be
in the Brotherhood League is what I read in
The Dispatch to-day. There are plenty
of cities desiring admission to onr League
and some good ones at that. I may say that
there will be a first-class club at New York,
and I am of opinion that if the injunction case
goes against the New York club Mr. Day will
draw out of the baseball business He hasn't
signed a man yet, and that looks very singular.
HANLOK'S SIDE OF IT.
"Let me tell you my side of Miller's case,"
continued Hanlon. "He states that he could
get no money from us to live on. Now, I
signed'Miller, and when he signed I asked him
how much advance money per month he would
seed. He told me that SoO per month would
ao. requested mm to tate 5.0 per month,
and gave him 100 on November 21, for which 1
have his receipt. On Wednesday he asked me
for $10, and I gave him 20, for which l have nod
receipt. row, ne told me on Wednesday that 1
had done more than be desired. However, I
won't acceDt of the money If he offers to return
it to me. as it was given him as a guarantee
that he would give me certain services in re
turn. If he 'fails to render those services I
will take him to court aril charge him with
obtaining money under false pretenses. I de
clare with confidence that Miller will never
plav in Pittsburg."
Manager Hanlon will leave for New York
this evening to attend the new league meeting
which commences on Monday. He thinks the
t meeting will last two or three days.
SCAlfDKETT'S KETT7KJT.
Secretary Scandrett, of the old club, re
turned from his Western trip yesterday, and
stated that it took him three days to sign
Beculey. The latter, Mr. Scandrett says, re
fused to sign an old League contract
for a day or two, as he was expecting
the arrival of $300 advance money from Man
ager Hanlon. The money did not arrive when
expected and Beckley, therefore, slcned Scan
drett's contract. Mr. Hanlon says that the
money was telegraphed to Beckley just
as soon as his contract arrived here. Mr.
Scandrett further states that he thinks Staley
will sicn an old League contract, and he also
feels certain of Carroll. President Nimick and
Mr.' O'Neill were expecting a dispatch all day
yesterday from Carroll, but it never came.
There are now strong doubts about Carroll's
signing an old League contract for several
weeks at least.
BEEEI ON THE FEKCE.
The Hoosler Fielder Somewhat Afraid of
Ft the Brotherhood Desertions.
rsrECLu, TELEORiH TO THE DISPATCH.1
Indianapolis, December 13. In an inter
view with Seery, of the Indianapolis League
team, to-night, it is noted that he evidently is
getting tired of the position that he is in. He
signed several weeks aco with the Brother
hood, and says to-night that he feels that the
whole combination is slipping apart, and will
soon go to pieces, but that he has not made up
bismiudyet to go back on the Brotherhood,
nor does he feel ready at present to sign with
Indianapolis,
Thompson was here recently and had several
long conferences with President Brush, but
nothing definite was arrived at. He lives at
Danville, Ind., in the next county, and is ex
pected hack here to-morrow or early next
week, and it is confidently affirmed that be
- wiu sia a uisagufs contract.
Brush, it is suspected, is operating for the
Philadelphia club, and is doing his best to
capture Thompson. It is stated in this con
section that Thompson really wants to play
with the Indianapolis club, and in case Thomp
son decides to sign with the League, an effort
. will be made to give Philadelphia Bassett or
some other olaver eauallv as rood for Thnmn.
son. Mr. Brush refuses Dositivelvto i-ir.A-
t information to-night, but promises something
-UVUM.M) niuuuttACW UJB.
THOSE LEAGUE SUITS.
(Colonel Borers Snv They Will be Com-
menced Next Week.
JPHrtADELrniA, December 13. Colonel
ifJohn I. Rogers walked through Independence
square uus auerpouu wuu a green Dag lull of
-legal documents under his arm. The Colonel
,.iSad just come from George Tucker Bispham's
' office in the Bullitt Building, where he had
been consulting with Mr. Bispham's about the
lawsuit the Philadelphia club is to begin
against its players who have signed contracts
with the Players' League club.
"We shall begin onrsuit next week," said
Colonel Bogers,"and I have now no doubt of its
outcome. We shall probably take action
against Buffington, Fogarty, Sanders, Meyers
and Hallman.'
"How about Thompson and Mnlrey? Won't
they be required to appear?" "I expect to re
ceive word at almost any time that Sam
Thompson has signed to play with trs. I don't
know about Mulvey." It was subsequently
learned that Mnlvey was anxious to return to
the League club, and that be was seen in
close conversation with Detective J. J. Ran
- dall, who has been signing players for the Phil-
adelphia club.
Who Are the Pltubnrcenf
Coxellsville. Pa., December 11 Two
pugilists, said to be from Pittsburg, fouzht a
battle at Lemont, south of here, last night. It
-Is reported to have been a brutal affair and
that one of the men was badly beaten. Twelve
rounds were fought. The names of the parties
, could not be ascertained.
Gpttenbnrc Winners,
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NewYobe, December IX To-day's races at
Quttenburg resulted as follows:
First nee, purse 400, beaten horses of all ares,
. six furlongs Villaee Mmld first, Grlmaidl second.
LMsldlO to LI to 1 nlice: Grliimldi 2 to a
place money: Battersby II to 1 and 3 to 1 n'ace
s dtcuiiu race, an ages, penalties nu allowances,
six and a half furlongs Cortland nst, Cheeney
second, Thad Howe third. Time. l:Jf . Bettlnr:
Cortland 11 to 1Q. 1 to 2 nlace: Cheener 2iai. i tn
2 place; Thad Howe i to I. B to 6 place.
t&Thlrd race, selling, one mile aud a sixteenth
Refund first. Count Luna second. Carrie Q third.
Time, 1:46. Betting: iUfundlto 1, 7 tolOplace:
Count Luna Itol, 7 to 10 place; Carrie Q to 1, 7
to S place.
Fourth race, all agec one mile and a furlong
Clay Stockton first, Tbeodosius second, Qlendale
third, 'lime, 2.-02. Betting: Clay Stockton 6 to 1.
6 to 5: Tbeodosius 6 to 6, 1 to 3; Qlendale 8 to 5, 1
to2.
Fifth race, fire furlongs-Janet Murray gelding
first, Samaria second, Barrlentoi third. Time,
1:06. ISettlnz: Janet Murray 3 to 1; even; Sa
maria 2 to 1, 4 to 5: Barrlentos 6 to 1, 7 to 5.
Sixth race Printer first, Shotover second, Stan
ley Sharpe third. Time. 1:22.
Betting for sixth race Printer, Sto 1 on: against
Shotover, 12 to 5; Stanley Sbarpe, 40tol.
POOfi DILLON'S FATE.
His Friends Don't Know Whether He is
Dead or Alive.
New Yobk, December 13. The seas have
been searched within a radius of SO miles of
New York harbor, and not a trace of Dave
Dillon or of his boat, in which he was blown
out to sea yesterday, has been found. All day
yesterday a number of steam tugs were scour
ing the bay for the' missing boatman. 'When
Dillon disappeared in the southeast it was
hoped and thought he would make the Sandy
Hook lightship. A tug went outyesterday,
and returned with the bad news that the boat
man bad not been seen by those on the light
ship. Dillon's chance of safety in his
making either one of the many pilot boats
along the coast or one of the many outgoing
steamships is the only hope.
Captain Dave Roach, of the Vulcan, who
has known Dillon probably longer than any
other man in this city, went down the bay
early this morning and spoke every one of the
incoming steamships and sailing vessels. Not
one of them had seen the boatman.
Dillon's friends do not believe that he has
been lost. As Captain Koach said to-day:
"Dillon was one of the sturdiest and in fact
the best toatman in these Darts. I don't think
he has been lost, because we have scoured the
bay and ocean for SO miles and have seen noth
ing of him, nor did we see the wreck of any
small boat. If Dillon was lost during the gale
his boat could have been found. If he sur
vived the gale, then, unless be starved to
death, he is perfectly safe."
The belief of all his friends is that Dillon
was picked np by some outgoing vessel.
Dillon left a family of four children and his
wife, all of whom are nearly distracted with
grief. -
Dillon was married and his wife and fouy
children are in Clifton, 8. L He was one of the
most famous boatmen in this city. He former
ly lived in Australia, and before the days of
bearle he was the champion sculler of that
country. He easily defeated Kemp, who was
afterward defeated by Searle in a closely con
tested match. Dillon is said to have sculled in
over 100 races and to have been successful in
most of them. He was very popular among
the Battery boatmen and was the champion
Whitehall oarsman. He was 65 years old. and
was known as "Australian Dave" among his
friends.
HIS STOCK C0MISG DOWN.
Sullivan Now Agree, to Meet Jackson
for $15,000.
Boston, December 13. A meeting between
SuIUvan and Jackson at the California Athletic
Club, within five months, for a purse of 215,000,
is now assured. This morning Captain Cook,
of this city, received a telegram from President
Fulda, ot that. club, which stated that Jackson,
prior to his departure from London, had cabled
over his willingness to meet Sullivan, provided
that he had five months to get ready in. Fulda
requested the Captain to find ont from Sulli
van whether be would meet the black pugilist
in that time for a purse of 315,000.
Sullivan was seen this afternoon, and when
matters were explained, he at once accepted
the proposition, being, as he said, perfectly
satisfied with the terms offered and the time
fixed. He will journey to the Pacific coast in a
short time and prepare for the meeting there.
He is now in fairly good condition. He will
leave either to-night or to-morrow for New
York to fulfill his engagement there.
Sporting Notes. .
Canton They are not game in England.
A Subscriber. B can correct his mistake.
G. Bees There is no champion sculler of
the world at present. Certainly, you win your
bet in our opinion.
J. B. Glasscock, a brother of Jack, of In
dianapolis, has signed with the St. Paul West
ern Association team.
W. C. VikoT, ex-President of the American
Association, is said to be a candidate for the
secretaryship of the Brotherhood.
All that the public wants, or at least needs,
next season thai is, the baseball public is a
first-class club. Brotherhood or otherwise.
Sam Dat will start to try and run 6 miles in
ten hours at 10 o'clock this morning at Wood's
.Run for a bet of $100. The track is about 31
laps to the mile.
Soitthstdeb Lack-of space prevented an
answer sooner. R. Chambers, of England, in
defeating G.- W. Ererson, of Australia, was the
first bona fide world's champion.
Ir correspondent would direct questions di
rectly relating to the sporting department of
this paper to the sporting editor it would pre
vent much delay in answers.
The man who challenged a "shake" chicken
fight in this paper is requested to write to the
joiiowing auaress: J. r. uorton, .Box ei,
Crothers, Washington county. Pa.
Anson says: "I never asked Mark Baldwin to
sign with me. Yes, I had some talk with him
and I advised him to keep aloof from the
Brotherhood and not to sign any place until
affairs were more settled."
If the legal contest is not soon settled, the
Brotherhood will not be ready to start at the
commencement of the season, as none of the
capitalists will furnish money for the grounds,
until they know what chance they have of
getting it returned. iV. . Herald.
Ned Hanlon, Johnstown. The battle
between Arthur Chambers and James Brady
took place in the Midland circuit. The first
day it lasted 1 hour and 20 minute and was
stopped by the police. On resumption the next
day they fought 1 hour. 55 minutes, making the
fight really last 3 hours, 15 minutes. Brady
won a good battle.
Jack McAtjliffe was seen at the Elizabeth
race track Thursday afternoon. When spoken
to about the possibility of bis meeting Jimmy
Carroll in California before his retirement
from the ring, the lightweight champion said:
"I am ready to meet Carroll for $6,000 a side at
catch weights, but I positively will not bind
myself to weigh 133 pounds."
W. J. B. Your question has only been here
two days and we venture to say no other author
ity could answer it sooner than we are doing,
if it would be answered at alL Interrogators
should have patience, as the world and its
events are big and numerous. Here is the an
swer: G. Howell, a Sheffield handicap winner,
defeated E. Scott. A loses. Tom King, the
late pugilist, defeated James Percy, of New
castle, in a scullers' race on the Thames. B
loses. Kirup f ought a man named Mitcheson
for S5 a side, but he never was a first-class man
by any means.
WILL ilAKE ANOTHER EFF0BT.
Thirty-Fourth Ward School Directors Will
Essay to End a Deadlock.
The Thirty-fourth ward school directors
will meet to-night to make another attempt
to drop a member of their corps of teachers.
More than a dozen of meetings were held
some time ago for the same purpose, but the
board always failed on the point of deciding
who should be dropped.
When the parochial school was established
in that ward, the attendance at the pnblic
school decreased until it is only necessary to
have three teachers instead of four, but the
question with the board is: "Who shall
go?" It seems that all the teachers are
very able instructors. It is not likely that
there will be anything accomplished at the
meeting to-night.
AFTER PROF. Jl'JCEE.
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The Father of n Beaten Boy Sues the Colfax
School Principal.
Mr. H. "R. Bentzel, a former school
director in the Twenty-second ward, ap
peared before Alderman Jieilly yesterday
and' made an intormation against Prof.
David F. JIcEee for assault and battery.
The prosecutor claims that on November
25 Prof. HcKee, the principal of the Colfax
school, Twenty-second ward, assaulted his
minor sot, John Bentzel, 9 years old. The
assault consisted of catching him and throw
ing him in the air, striking him on the head
with a book and knocking him down against
a desk, bruising his head. A warrant was
issued for Prof. JIcKee's arrest. '
Killed a Horse.
Ahorse valued at $400 and owned by
George Schmidt, agent for the St. Louis
Brewing Company, dropped dead on Fed
eral street v?steriay. It is jsaid that the
horse's death was caused bv the animal
stepping on one of the car tracks, which was
heavily charged with electricity. ,.
t-ELLA WHEELER WILCOX
in to-morrow's DISPATOS gives
some pertinent advice to aspiring'
authors.'
A Mm DEPARTURE.
Married Men AVe to Join the Celibate
Society at Economy,'
THErWILL GIVE DP THEIE WIVES
And, Live Etrietlj According' to the Roles
of the Order.
A GAKG OF NINE DESPERATE TRAMPS
Attempt to Kill a Eillroad Conductor Who Ee
. sisted Ihem. i
A number of persons, several of whom are
married, will be admitted to the Economite
Society early next year. Those who are
married will have to separate from their
familes and liv.e according to the laws of the
peculiar community.
rsrzcUL Taxzosan to tbb sibpjltcs.i
Beavee Falls, December 13. It is
probable that nine persons will be admitted
to the Harmony or Economite Society at
Economy, Pa., in February at their great
annual feast of the Holy Communion. The
nine persons have been selected and are at
present residents of the Economite com
munity, but not members of the. society.
Their admittance into the organisation will be
something very unusual and will be celebrated
with great solemnity.
Several of the men selected have families,
but as one of the prime and fundamental rules
of this strange organization is celibacy the men
will have to give np their wires na forever
live apart from them if they join the society.
At least this has been the rule heretofore when
members were taken and doubtless the rule in
this case will be strictly adhered to. The
society originally consisted of over 700 souls,
but it has dwindled down to less than 35. Its
wealth is estimated by millions.
INDIGNANT AT THE ACQUITTAL.
NefT May be Forced to Leave This Part of
the Country.
rFPECTAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCH.1
Watn esbtjbg, December 13. A number of
citizens held an indignation meeting at Car
michaels this week consequent upon the ac
quittal of James Keff, who was charged with
implication in the murder of "William McCaus
land. This is the first public expression
of condemnation of the action of
the Washington county jury. Lynching
was talked of by some aside from 'the meeting,
and we understand that several persons pro
posed organising and proceeding therewith to
carry this into execution. The meeting ap
pointed a committee of fonr persons to secure
signatures upon a paper demanding that Neff
and a woman of bad character named Emma
Wright, with whom be has been living for sev
eral years, shall leave the community within
ten days after the committee shall give them
notice.
The paper was signed by many of the best
citizens in Carmichaels, and has since been cir
culated in the surrounding neighborhood,
where other names were added. These men
pledge their property in payment of costs in
case a suit is brought against any of their num
ber for actions in this matter. A determined
class of citizens are proceeding. with the move
ment, and it is likely they will carry out the in
tention of ridding the community of these two
persons. It it hardly likely that serious vio
lence will be permitted, however. Neff lives
three miles from Carmichaels, and in the sime
township. The meeting was held at night.
OVERCOME BI GAS. AT BEADING.
SeTen
Persons Bare a. Narrow
Escnpe
From a Horrible Death.
Eeadikq, December 13. The inmates
of
Mrs. Wcnrich's house, 1021 Walnut street, had
a very narrow escape to-day from suffocation'
by escaping illuminating gas Up to 11 A. M.
the neighbors noticed that no one was stirring
about the house. This was unusual, as the cook
was generally up at an early hour. Finally
FredCoonley, a neighbor, was prevailed upon
to enter the house. He got on top of an out
building and crawled through a second-story
window.
Instantly he knew what was wrong. The
house was filled to suffocation with gas. He
groped his way about, broke open the doors of
the bed chambers and aroused the occupants,
who were on the verge of death. Miss Nellie
Wenrich was found nearly unconscious, and
six' female boarders were badly affected, but
revived after being assisted to the open win
dows. The gas escaped from a small reception
room on the first floor. Miss Wenrich is con
fined to her bed and quite 111.
A GANG OF TRAMPS
Slake an Effort to Murder a Conductor Who
Resisted Them.
rBPZCIAL TSLXOBAK TO THE DISFATCH.f
Connellsvilxe, December 11 At 2 o'clock
this morning a gang of nine tramps were raided
in the upper Baltimore and Ohio yards at this
place and all were captured. They had been
in the boxcar and were making so much noise
that Conductor John Wortman and a brake
man warned them away. For an answer the
tramps sprang from the car and chased the
trainmen, throning stones and pieces of iron at
them.
Wortman was caught and thrown down on
the track, his lamp taken from him, and one of
the tramps swung It aloft, signalling the en
gine to run over the conductor, but assistance
arrived before this horrible intention could be
put Into execution.
Bursting of an Emery Wheel.
Meadville, December 17. Mr. J. O. Bar
rett, superintendent of the' Meadville Vise
Company, was terribly injured to-day by the
bursting of an emery wheel. The wheel was
running at a high rate of speed whoa it sud
denly broke into fragments, one of which
struck Barrett on the side of the face, com
pletely crushing hlB upper and lower jaws. The
injury, while not necessarily fatal, is regarded
as very serious.
Bronabt florae for Burial.
The remains of Charles Bichards, who
died last Saturday in Denver, Col., have
been brought to his home, 340 Taylor street,
Bloomficld. The funeral will take'place
this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The deceased
was a member of Lawrence Council No. 61,
Jr. O. TJ. A. M., and the members are re
quested to attend the funeral in a body.
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PrrrSBUBO, December' 13, 1889.
The United States Signal Service officer la
this city furnishes the following:
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S:00A. V.... M
XUUBt ah.
Maximum temp.... 60
Minimum temp.. .M
Kanjre.' .... is
Mean tenrn SI
12.-00 M 59
IrOOP. X
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Precipitation.
Trsce.
Hirer atS:20r. K., JZ.8 feet, a change of 1.4 in U
hours.
River Tclejrrnms.
mrECIAL TXLKOBAMS TO TBB DISrATCB.1
Bnow-irsvn.! River U feet and falling.
Weather clear. Thermometer 62s aid P. M.
MoEOAinowir River 8 feet and falling.
Weather clear. Thermometer S2 at 4 r. x.
Wabbek River 5 3-10 feet and falling.
Weather cloudy, and cold.
For Westlnshonse Lamps.
The Westinghouse Electric Company yes
terday received a contract for 3,000 incan
descent lamps from the city of Denver, Col.
About two years ago the company got its
first order from that city. It was for a plant
to operate 6,500 lights. Since thenthe ca
pacity of the plant has been increased four
times. The city now operates 16,800 lamps.
MANY LOTELY RINGS.
A Collection That Is Brnatllnl, Resplendent
and Artistic
At the treasure filled store of Hardy &
Hayes is the handsomest collection of rings
it has ever been our pleasure to see. The
Marquite, the queen of all rings, is re
splendent in many colored gems and
diamonds. The solitaire in all prices also
gladdens the eye and gives a grace and
finish .to the collection, at
Hards & Hayes',
Jewelers, Silversmiths and Art Dealers,
. 629 Smithfield street New building.
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Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Doulton.
Some beautilul shapes and new decora
tions. Store open every .evening pntil'9
O'clock. JOS. ElCHBATJM & CO.,
48 Fifth avenue.
Happy Xmni Times.
The joys of Xtuas are most upon us, and
to be more joyful buy one of those elegant
silk plush rockers for a Christmas present
from Hopper Bros. & Co., 307 Wood street
Cash or credit TTS
Air dedicator and Injector.
An apparatus for the' cure of catarrh by
medicated air. It
restores hearing,
bre rks up colds, cures
roaring in the head.
cures simple catarrhs
in from three to six
months. This in
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each treatment, or
sent to anjj express
office. Exclusive at
tention to catarrh.
nervous andlchronic
diseases.
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Air'Medicator-and Injector: ' ' ' V
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sore throat and she has been greatly re
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much prefer it to any similar apparatus.
Your Medicated Air Bern edy is a simplejand
thoroughly scientific one. and the mode of
application is obvious and eavy. I cordially
recommend its use. .
Peof. Basil Manly, D. D.,
Southern Baptist Theological. Seminary.
S. G. Mooee, II. D., 34 Arch st, Alle
gheny, Pa.
A FALLEN MONAEOH
Alan Boyd Jardine, in to-morrow's
DISPATCH, relates some personal
reminiscences of Dom Pedro, of
Brazil.
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