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12 Apr 1892

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12 Apr 1892

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Pittsburgh Dispatch (Newspaper) - April 12, 1892, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaAthe Pittsburg dispatch tuesday. April 12. 1892. Twas Only a Trier. Oor slackers make an Effort at col Ambos and Are beaten. It May be diff kept Day. Tom Elliott win the Tennessee Derby a ii add r track. Cletal bp0bti5g hews the Dai i special Telnet Totah to the dispatch Columbus april 11.�?for 12 wags by contested inning the Columbus Western a Actie and the Pitts Hurp National teams fought for the Mastery this afternoon and when the winning runs came Orer a he plate the local club had the Victory. It was one the greatest games Ball seen Here this year and Columbus won in the twelfth by a bunching hits Camp and errors Mack and Camp. Both pitchers suffered equally but Camp was hit for the most bases and he weakened palpably after the ninth inning. The Fielding both teams was Superb in spite the cold weather. For Pittsburg Shugart Swart Wood and Farrell led at the Bat and Mcclellan Rourke Lally and Abbey did the Best stick work for Columbus. The Fielding Suart Wood Farrell and Camp Pittsburg was marvelous while the work Walsh. Mcclellan Steven and Merritt for Columbus was magnificent. Some Bril font work. The game abounded in Brilliant plays and both teams evoked cheers from the crowd. Neither team scored a run until the fourth inning when Swartwood got a la ase balls stole second Farrell sacrificed and Swartwood scored Beck Ley s Sale hit to Center. In the sixth hits so an Wood and Farrell Becky Rye a sacrifice and Shugart s single scored the first two runners. In the seventh Hanlon hit and reached second Campau s Lead throw. Gierba tier sacrificed and Swartwood hit for s double scoring Hanlon. In the eighth Farrell hit Beckley flew out to right my cart hit Aioli a Econa. Smith not n Bane balls. Muck nit to Breo Ken a dire anti Farrell was Ca Slit at la plate. Snug set a coming Campos single. That was the end the run getting for Pittsburg. A a Tumbas piled an two runs in the sixth Walsh s double. Of Hon Rio to Ringle. Lolly a sacrifice and abbeys single. In the eighth Throe More runs scowl Walsh s liase balls. single Lilly s three baser and Abib Eye mar duct. V h re they won. In the twelfth Columbus won after Stevens had gone Onu Mcclellin hit for a single stoic second and reached third mucks bad throw to Berkley. Walsh got a base balls and Cam threw the Hall twid to Beck lev to catch the runner Mcclellan a scoring. Of Rourke hit an Walsh scored. I. By in fora double Bur he died there As Abbey retired tue aide from Bierbauer to Beck lev. Ing fellow a bit Light Boalnd Tbs Saddle Bat with a Good clean set Lees under a Torand st. Anthony is a More Power Ruby built and thoroughly sound animal. Soro emr had a mild pipe opener in company with the a year Ola abundance Wolc. The 4year-old la an extraordinarily muscled horse and whether he wins is merely a eat Lam whether he will stand up. Hli off foreleg la puffy from the effects his using it All the time when the near leg was amiss last year. Iio is in Good a Repe to work with no superfluous flesh. The abundance Colt who is growing rapidly. Improves each time we see him. And certainly looks like picking up some Money in fair Tom Elliott a Derby. Ool Vnus. R. A r pity bub. K n p a e my it Hilmu. 5.1 Vns a i. ».1 Rourke. 3. Lally. A. .1 Al Bir m .0 m Ritt. C.0 by l old str. 1.0 an . I 0 3 c 1 1 1 2 4 2 0 3 1 1� Ltd 0 0 Houlou. In. 1 1 blur bus 0 it we Row 2 . S1 0 Beckley. 1. .0 Miu Juart. A. I 0 it filth. 10 r Mark c 0 Camp p 0 1 1 0 s z 2 1 1 20 4 1 1 z 0 4 1 2 mfg re a. P 0 0 2 tial.7 12 a. 24 s tots. 5 12 36 23 3 c��1mnt>u.0 00002030002�? 7 rilfelhug.0 001021 1 0 0 0 0-5 st Musky famed rum column my. 2 fit it Berg. Z. Twa Keie hit a my Arllan. Vlah far Urli. Swartwood. The be in it a hits 1-All v. Double Piar a Fri Assli and in Rock Conrid a. Btu a my Fulu Star Rev by i Len. 6. Fist by pitched bail Kyurkc. Swartwood. Struck out by Surven. 2 by t amp 2. baby column no 6 Pittsburg. 7 wild nit Rhet it ate 2. Stolen soao�?3iru cd Law. 3 Swartwood Shugan time two hours and 2s Man Ute. Umpire a Day. The prikcet0h team. Rome very interesting Pointer about the players who Are slated. A Hickton x. J., april iia prof a Captain Lawrence Young has wit ii one two exception picked his team for the Spring baseball Senes and Basc Bell men Are beginning to calculate Princeton Sunnee retaining the championship Banner. Which sue now to i the team has lost five last year s veterans a Dana. Payee Durei Knickerbocker and Brokaw. However there Are lots Good a material and the men Are working harder and More systematically than Ever before. Captain Young who is generally Naco suied the Best College Pitcher in the country will be in the Box again and Princeton men Are relying largely his curves for Success. The tall and handsome figure Fred Brokaw will not be Acea Back the plate year. Everybody knows is heroic efforts to save a drowning girl at Elberon last summer. An i now be was swept out in the Arcache Gay he place will be occupied b5 Brown 92 brow is throwing splendidly but in Backstop work he is not yet up to the Mark. He is improving rapidly. L Wever and will Likely be in Good form for t he championship games. Otto 35, a 111 play Lorri. He l Tali and slender and in Liu style play reminds every one Hist it ride Cess 1 Nurlie Tana. Pali King the in uni loot Ball player will be second. He excels adze in batting base running and Fielding. As a Sci ii baseman he will not be prod in the colleges. Shortstop lies to tween Brook. 95, and a Young 92, with the Chance in favor Brooks. He 1�a Quick and nervy fielder and one the heaviest but e. Is in the univ Ersita. L. Icahn sell. 94. The Motis a i it Iii tar und Road jumper will play third. Ii is Home runs in Tuc last Chani i Toni slip game with Yale at Manhattan Field proved ins skill with the Liat. He 1 a c Khi nun in every Point. Wright 94. Will Nave lib Olu place in Center. He in a Brilliant fielder hut weak at the Bat. The other two positions will go to the Bot batsmen hair a it Toam Cains Idarea Mackenzie .4, probably was left Field. Altogether the feeling is that the situation is Lencou Nigino. Harvard is pop Sibiyl the More formidable rival account the Prowe Highlands in the to. Bowers will pitch for Yale again and mess be has improved greatly he win Likely be hit rather freely. The series will be close and exciting but Captain Young says he would not pro Ejad with either the other Taeuu. Gone to Cincinnati. President Temple Ano Secretary Sean Divot the local club left for Cincinnati lust evening to witness to Day a Ball game there. It is need Loni to say that both cent leu ten were extremely confident seeing tie l it Maharg in i rout till sitar upon. President Temple said Quot Well if Trelow today same we Nave Many Inore to Somr Whai close. Pull Adelynia. April 11.�?the University Pennsylvania Defeated Harvard to Day in the re enee 3,500 spectators. Score . 1 3 0 0 0 0 Harvard. 0 0 3 3 0 0 4�?ii 0 t a i Mair huh. 10 mrs to. Han Ranly Tut. 10 rms re. A. Hatter a a Bayle and Cougar Highlands and Upton. Lar Gymn to i it my. Tho new league season opens to Day and the games will be is follows Pittsburg at Cincinnati Boston at Washington Brooklyn at Baltimore new York at Philadelphia Cleveland at Louis Lille Chicago at fit. Louis. Towers at Guttenberg. Gutte Brno april a la the track was in Good condition to Day. There was a fair attendance. First Nice six and calf Furham Gss Rlou xxx l give tort Eon Dawn 3. To liar. 1 2k second rare six for lung a fade Strain 1, st. Denim 2. Arthur David j. To Tiv. 1 17. 1 nerd scr Uve and one half our Lough a Fia Luburn 1. Alma 2. Dixie 3. Time. 1-09. I Oarth race mile and a no four Ute Finelon l Catapia t pc la and 3. . 2xtt>v f Lith race Arrea for lunch a Pratt lilt 1, Craft 2 at h 1 net 3. Lirar a due to. Eth race a Erm a Centaur 1, Ofa icee 2, six Loae 3. Time l Ai. Knap Mccarthy s horses. Kog arding Quot Knap Mccarthy s horses the by Rit the to twist says Quot Knapsack Mccarthy began anything like Quick work with i lot tuesday emperor Otbo and st. Anthony both being sent Strong gallops. We Hope and think Knap has winning material in his string. The emperor la a Beautiful auctioned Colt and a big Fine up tand j. X. Broom s Colt bins the croat at the Memphis meeting Rimu tors. April 1l�?the opening Day the sex ing meeting the new Memphis jockey club was handicapped by beastly weather but the three thousand people who braved the old Damp atmosphere and sat through the five events were Well repaid for their trouble. Barring a bad Start in Tho first race the events were All Good ones but Tho track was ankle deep in mud and the spirit Good. The event the Day. The Tennessee Derby was won by j. Brown s Bay Colt Tom Elliott by Luke Blackburn in which was Good time for to Day. Bolivar Buckner a 10 to 1 shot surprised the crowd by winning the fourth about As he pleased. Helter Kolter galloped in easily in the first. T won to six bookies did a Rushing business and broke about even with the crowd. The summary is As follows first race six Furlong so helter shelter first american lady second critic third. Time. 1 1�� second , four furlongs go Eldon first. Too Quick second Elpaso third. Time sol third race Tennessee Derby mile and an eighth Jim Murphy 113 pounds. B. Williams Tom Fulo t 115. Britton Lew Weir Delong Little Billy 113, Hoguet Phil Dwyer 122. Overton. It was evident As Oon As the Corrigan entry appeared the track that the two horses bad been Over trained. Phil Dwyer looked the Pink perfection Bat his step showed too much training a Lumpy track. Little Billy and Tom Elliott Frisky As Kittens cantered by the grand stand and a few minutes after the Corrigan horses api it ended looking Fine and were apparently pleased with the mud. Jim Mur Phi upon whom lots Money had la Een placed came out last and the five racers were Given As rousing a cheer As 3,000 shivering people could Well put up As they went to the Post. As the Horn sounded Odds were Jim mar inv. 8 to Toni Elliott and Little Bill it Bow no a entry. 8 to 3 Phil Dwyer and Lew Weir Corrigan s entry .7 to 10. Britton with his usual tactics kept Tom Elliott Huggler the rail and had Bis horse s nose in front when Sheridan Quot let Mega Jim mar Pter was second. But Only by a nose for Little Billy was anxious to be at the a Ido his companion and was pushing ahead. Corrigan a hordes were close up and All made a Fine Hunch As they Carao to the stand. In passing the stand Little Billy had passed both Elliott and mini hand was 0,riling Clear Nir for the stuff Murphy wan third with Corrigan a horses no better off than when they started. At the Quartz. Little Billy had increased his lend to half a length and a Stock went up Tom Elliott still the. Rail was running easy and seemed to be Bali Tea along by his companion and Good Riding. Dwyer had made a Purt by this time and had forced Murphy Back to fourth w Hile Weir brought up the rear. At the half their positions were unchanged excepting that Billy had inc teased his Lead and was three Lour Tbs a length ahead Elliott. When in the stretch Elliott Drew out and won easily. Time 3 0s?. Fourth race seven fur Lonree Bucknor first Penn p second. Grey Goose third. Time 1 3d. Fifth race Miles Jim Penn first de Esh Elby second. Tom Jones third. Time 1 49. Deck. He wants to test the a peed some the local Young term. % twins is talk s billiard con last Between lather Braddock and William Dodd this City. The latter la to give Luther a big Start. Sid Thomas the Bane uth harriers broke the Amateur 15-mlle record a lord a at Stamford i boor s minutes 14 Bridge going i Thomas has a4-4 seconds. Ice mils championship also won race this year. H. My Sixx will give a six Dar 12 hours a Day. Square Beel and toe race in Minneapolis daring the week april 2k the limit will he 300 inf Les and six Prises will he Given. Address h. Messier Nasonal hotel. Minneapolis. Minn. Aidt sex Bart. Of this City has an offer in engagement to take part in a six Day pedestrian conical at Minneapolis. He can get a morn ticket which is a big consideration 300 Rallas have to be covered before a contestant gels Mousy. La ton las programme. . April 1l�?Tho men Book for the Latonia jockey club s Spring meeting beginning May 31 and continuing till Jane 24. Is published to Day. In addition to the big take already closed it announces for 17 Days at f00 and $700 each. The first ten Day Are reserved and purses will to get prepared amp a the meeting progresses to suit Tuc horses in attendance. White and m eur. Chicago. April 1l a flip Elia a Tommy White writes from Minneapolis that he is in Good shape for his confine go with Ike Weir the spider Agni 19. Weir is getting in Good shape and there la every Prospect a very Lively ten round go. White is confident winning. Fie is feel inc very Strong and has improved a great Ducai in the past rear. A Large number tickets have already been sold and a great crowd is expected. Or. Donald is going to try and arrange a match Between the Winner the Siddons yen Leest go and this one to take place at the club convention week. Whips thinks Siddon is gota to be the Winner the contest Down South and he is going to try and be the one to meet him. In regard to weight the men Are about the same. The spider weighs 131 and White is half u Pound heavier. The football Canh. A general meeting the members the Pittsburg football club was held yesterday evening at Tannus hotel. The principal business the evening was the Reading Secretary Matthews report the financial condition the club and the resignation to it orb president Goodwin and it Secretary Matthews. The highest Eulo isms were passed the services rendered by the two officials named and regrets were expressed that messes. Goodwin and Matthews found themselves owing to business matters unable to continue in office. Mchugh won it st. Paul mtxx., april 11�?mchugh, Defeated Katurd amp a night by Moth for the wrestling championship the Northwest has announced his continued belief that be can defeat Mot i and wants to try to do so Forf 1,009 and the championship reserving to himself naming the Date. Each Man has Defeated Tho other once and i the coi test is arranged it will be a Lively one. The rates Crowley l ight off. Torsos town. O., april 1l�? up Ceil a the Bates Crowley Fazhi which was to have taken place next monday night near Martins ferry has been declared off by reason a letter being received to Day from j. F. Kyne one Crowley a backers stating he a not in condition and forfeiting the stake Money 9100. The Turl 10bxville Belle worked a mile in 1 50 at Morris Park last work. Jockey Fred Taral in a daily visitor at Gutten Borg. He a Down to 114 Pound. Cmok has it that the in Lara at late la will be to. S. Bornes l. P. Tarlton. And w. B. Beat bin. Only three a rear Olds started in the Lincolnshire Handicap and they flushed first second and third. It Alcott and Campbell s Cussins has developed such a temper that he Carnot be worked with a string at All. The Etna stable is the most Forward at Longs Rill. Tulla bark bpm is credited with a mile in 1 49. Old Macbeth ran away the other Day and covered six furlough before he was slopped Bio harm was done. To. Rel Ltd i Volt Labold has been fired and necessarily goes into retirement fora time. It is quite a misfortune to Bally. As Labold has wintered exceedingly Well an it Elveu every indication earning a place among the cracks this year. Tax Xyz a legs took bad. And the effect the blisters apparently will not pass off. He u comparatively Light in Al run and will not take a great Deal fining Down. If his general health improves bul unless kids is the Case and that speedily his chances for the Brooklyn Handicap Are Anlero Copl Eai. And for the suburban uncommonly slender. The chances Are he will Start in neither and it is any Odds against Idro in the first the two big Erenbu. A Pirtz the Ulmet. The Diamond. Baldwin will Bare his first Quot close Quot first Victor to Day. Or we can Only beat the Beds to Day there will be lots smiles among local Cranks. Al stax Duett is one the most hopeful men regarding the local team s first trip. On Hill and Earle Are Here and they Are working hard to help the team when their help is needed. Prysi drat term la can t see How sluggers will lose flt Ost the seven games Urey have to play this trip. A dispatch from Toledo tars manager Mcgregor the Toledo baseball club was to Day released and Quot Parson Quot Nicholson the st. Louis Browns signed to manage. Captain and play second base Catcher Milne was also role used. And Del Darling signed in his place. Owing to rain the fort Wayne dates were cancelled and the Canh b Home obtaining practice in the Gyro Aalbu. The pirates open in Columbus saturday april u. The ring. There is still no desire the part Hall pfc co. To meet de Smith. Tux fight Between Crowley and Bates is declared off. Crowley is sick. Kurd . The English Bantam weight to never lost a match fight. Or Jack u brio defeats Pritchard then Flusty Motis it Al will be after Brien. in now in the West and Hall is in new York Hall is therefore telling everybody that fits is a cur and Coward. Hub uves lost at 8ba. A teacher end eight Boyi the Boston farm school browned. Boero april night an los tractor and ten Boya no nested with the Boston farm school at Thompson s Island were capsized in n Sailboat and the instr Cor and eight the boys drowned. The following Are the names Tho rect la a. F. Nordberg instr Notor aged about 40 years Frank f. Hitchcock aged 19 Homer f. Thatcher 17 Georgs f. Ellis 16 Thomas Phillips 16 William w. Curran 17 Charlea h. Grave 17 Harry e. Loud 16 Adalbert ii. Packard. Id the rescued boys were W. Clements aged 17, and Charlee a. Limb aged it. The instructor had been to the City during the Day to attend Church and the ten boys constituting a regular Crew the school Lett the Island at 6 60 clock to sail to City Point to convey the instructor to the Island. The trip is perfectly Sale under Dinar a circumstances having been made for year even daring the Winter months without Accident As a precaution however. In View . The Breeze the Crew took a double Sailboat instead a doable sail Craft. In which the trip is often made. The trin to the Point was made and toon after 7 r. At. The boat was started the return trip. At a Point supposed to be Between spectacle Island Ana Thompson s Island the boat was struck by a Squall and immediately capsized. The eleven occupants were thrown into the ice cold water hot being accustomed to strict discipline and the exercise heroism in the Soli ool Tuey Alt secured positions where they could cling to the overt need Craft and then begin a Long wait Lor Rescue which to Moat them was never to come. Divers Are searching for the Bod Lea defend their Honor. Students dismissed from Westminster College will demand reinstatement the reason. A meeting in their inter etto be held in new Wilmington. Tub Veat Bea interesting news three states Little scraps local hew. Talazs cases diphtheria and three scar Latina were reported to the Bureau health yesterday. Tensen and his assistants started an inspection the Panhandle to Columbus yesterday. The residents Allegheny Are denouncing the dad streets and Many stagnant pools Slong their thoroughfares. These were thirty deaths in Pittsburg last week. Pneumonia headed the list with ten. Cold caused the majority deaths. Olixa to an Over pressure sunday night the House it 14 James Street caught fire but the Blase was soon extinguished. Petzy Schatz sir has been appointed police Captain in Allegheny to succeed Captain James Bell who has bean indefinitely suspended. The ministerial associations the methodist. Presbyterian and United p is bytes Ian Shtir civics met yesterday and discussed subject j interest to their calling. Mss. Slattery wife the who Wils recently arrested the charge distributing obscene literature. Is billed to lecture in Lafayette Hall this evening. Serosa st Headrick the fourteenth Ward police station was slightly Burnt about the face and hands last no zit by a Flash natural Gas while lighting the stove in the cell room. While passing along West Carson Street last night a tues in Alvun an employee Woods Mill was struck Tho head by a piece Coal that Felt from an engine the trestle shove him. The South Side medical society met last night at the office . I. Diff. Reports indicate that the new plans Lor collect Ina old doctor Bills have worked harm Longly for those who have tested it. Of account the non appointment the committee that approves the Roll the Allegheny officials the clerks and other officials have not been paid and As a consequence there is some vigorous kicking. The tenth anniversary the Sharps Turg and Etna Young men s Christian association will be celebrated in the Grade m. P. Church the Sony evening april 13, at 8 clock. The annual address will Lee delivered by Rev. George t. Purves d. D. The directors the South site Hospital will meet Tbs afternoon at 6 clock to elect a Secretary to succeed William j. Frost deceased. The Ennd Listes Are Al rets Rar. Brother Charle Resatar the Central Board education Bert Rossitor and John e. Cook. At a joint meeting the Ellwood industries yesterday cashier Mclean the Marine Kat Lonal Bank was Boaen treasurer the plots Borg company which controls the new town . The Ellwood water works the eur wind Short line and the Ellwood Short line railway. Mrs. Johanna Kelly use aged 73, thirteenth end Small Nan streets has fallen heir to 6100,060. Left to her by her brother Jerome cml who died at lit Bow county Kerry Ireland not Long since. An consequence she la very Happy. Father Wall will help mrs Kelleber in securing the handsome Fortune. There will be special lenten services held in st. Matthew s protestant episcopal can Rob at Homestead wednesday thu Redar and Friday Sven legs this week a the a Recial Tell Oralf to the dts Tatch. 1 new Castle april 1l�?the action the faculty Westminster College in forbidding the admission six Young men to that College this term has stirred no a veritable hornets nest and the Maggie Batter a Condal will now be sifted to the Bottom As the scandal was the excuse Given by the faculty in denying the six Staden admission. The parents the deposed Boye have already consulted attorneys to ast the Legal status the Allair but have been informed that there is no redress by Law. They now propose to hold a meeting in new Wilmington and go As a committee to the faculty the College and demand the specific charges under which the student have been dismissed is the faculty puts it the reasons Why the students were requested not to attend this term. Should the faculty refuse to Alvo its reasons then the pm Rente the Boye will demand the minute nooks the meeting at which the action was taken. Should tale also to refused then the committee parents will Frame resolutions have them printed in orc near form and have Ono sent to the parents every student. And Alto set that the Public is furnished with All information the subject one the deposed students called president Ferguson and asked him for some reason for their action. He was told that while the faculty did not credit the Story connecting the Hoys with the Ratter affix in the standing the College would suffer unless some action were taken. It was therefore decided to dismiss the students whose names Nad appeared in the papers a being connected with the matter. Pullo opinion is entirely the Side the students. A a ivies foot Cut officials. The standing committees Contd it As elected last night. Mckee tort april 11.�? a pecla.�?T. A committees councils appointed to ulant Street Taylor Boyd Dersain Evans Arthurs police Jones Black Sims Bol i Solus health Miller Block a Jolt. Dunshee Kerrigan property Black Boyd Mccreery Watson Smiley Railroad Boyd Miller Mccreery. Sims Veher auditing. Hoffman Boyd soles. Miller Dushee finance Sims Dersain soles Taylor Hoffman Survey Mccreery Milcy Jones Black Arthurs a sewer Arthur Dersain How Ard Black Jones water Aud Light Dersain Watson Evans Taylor. Miller print mar Watson Obiji. Bliff i. Tayjor. Hoffman fire Evans s.iu-, Arthur Miller. Black ordinance Weber. Smiley Howard. Jones Black poor. Miller . Bligh Boyd a Nick Board , doctor w. F. Walker . New Lin and w. I. Taylor Ulm . Theodore Tan Nice and e. F. Dearborn. 8ib1kebs under Bon a Union molders arrested a charge inciting riot at Mansfeld A it shield o., april a la Pecio a this afternoon John boners Earl Stuckman George Martin and Walter Mathews four lock out member the eclipse stove work were arrested for inciting a riot the Oigt april 10. They Wero Given a bearing before the mayor to night and were bound Over to Proba Leboon in the sum 82uo. All a ave Bond. On the Naglit in question these molders entered the boarding House four nonunion molders who had taken their place at the shops and took three them in custody afterwards releasing one and sending the other two to Rochester n. Y. First degree murder. Elmer Bruner s second conviction for the murder Reese at Ebensburg. Johns town april 1l�? is it it crts. 1�?in a lengthy and Learned opinion to Day judge Baker decided that Elmer Bruner was guilty murder in the first degree. Bruner had been found guilty in the first degree tit the december term but upon motion Bis counsel Thomas m. Marshall Pittsburg he was granted a new trial. At the March term be pleaded guilty when the Case was taken irom the jury with the judge to fix the Grade crime. And thursday Celebration the holy communion Rev. Evening there will be a communion Rev. New Jersey Loci Nassau 8. Stephens rating. Tax Semi monthly report the association for the improvement Tho poor shows that there were 30 new applicants 620 families visited. 482 families aided 865 visit were made to Tho poor. 105 visits for the poor. 13 situations obtained und Days work for 40. There were 15 children placed in Sabbath schools and ten in Public schools. John f. Rockstead who has been an inmate Tho insane department the poor farm for eight years died at that institution sunday. He was sent to to farm in 18s4 from Tho jail. Where he was sent by the police authorities. Having been found roaming about the streets without Home friends. The deceased was about 87 years old. 17� non Irnis to be without a Good room. Read wednesday s to let rooms in Tho cent my Ord columns the dispatch. People coming and going general John a. Wiley left for his Home in Franklin last evening. A. H. Murphy and w. Hurrah Erie Are registered at the Anderson. Mrs. G h. Hort and Mil Alice Walsh Are at Tho Dunn Gene for the week. Adjutant general w. W. Greenland returned to Harrisburg last evening. N. H. A Van the Manson belting company led for Baltimore last evening. Superintendent Mccargo the Allegheny Valley Road went to Philadelphia last night. Alderman Liehner and a party 30 leave for Harrub nig Tbs morning to attend the democratic convention. Only distilleries in Greene. Wittjr Tearno. April 11�?lpecto.�?T. A the decisions the License applications heard last monday were handed Avo by the Coart today. All applications were refused excepting distillers License to l m. Lip Pincott and Gilpin sooth. No retail licenses have been granted in Greece county tor it years but owing to two new Assoc me judges be. Ing tie Bench whom the liquor men claimed favored them they made tue hardest a ghz this year that has been made since saloons were abolished. For Waltons pm tit Rania want Virginia my Ohio i out Ray Ijar slightly warmer a opt stationary temperature in wat Virginia variable w Ndu. New a weather conditions and general forecast the Ridge High pressure extending from the South Atlantic to Lake Superior has remained nearly stationary. Storm Oon Dillon appear to be developing in Wyoming. Bin has fallen in the lower Missouri and Middle Mississippi Valley and in the extreme Southwest except Florida. Temperature has fallen from the lower Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic except 13 has risen slightly the immediate Gulf coast it has generally risen elsewhere. Light local showers May be expected to the Missouri and upper Mississippi valleys and Middle Gulf and Southern Atlantic states. The temperature will remain nearly stationary Over the whole country. N a. It a. 2 r. 4r. To. M., a i Sai a Lis. 341 maximum teen. As minimum temp. 39 mean temp. 40, Range. 39 free.-. River news and notes. Louisville items the stage water and the movements boats. A it Chat. Tele Kalls to the Pis Paoti. Lonsv1lle. April 1l�?business to Good. Weather Clear and plea and. The River is rising slowly with 9 feel 4 inches the Falls 11 feet s inches in the cans and a 29 feet 8 inches below. The Grace Morris left for a Alt River this morning. The Mary Houston from new Orleans to Cincinnati passed up. The Dain Brown came up this morning. The Smoky cite goes Down to night. The Golden Rod left for Cairo this morning. The new sooth passed up to Cincinnati this morning. Departures a for Cincinnati. Fleetwood for Carrollton big Kanawha for Evans tue Tell City. What the upper Ganges show. Allegheny River 3 feet 10 inches and falling dear and cold. Mob Rev 5 feet 10 inches and stationary. Thermometer 30� at 4 r. Brows Villa Rurert feet l Inch and stationary. Thermometer 31� at 5 r. W a ilex River 4 3-10 feel. W Eather Cloudy and Eold. _ Tho fews from below. Wheeling River 11 fret4 inches and railing. Departed Ben Hur. Parkersburg Andes Pittsburg. Weather Clear. Memphis departed guiding Star. Cincinnati 10 a. A kale Adams. Arkansas City . Arrived John k. Speed. 2 r. Hiver 31.1 feet and rising. Cloudy and cold. re Var 2�. 10 feet and rising. Fair and Cool. Departed Iron Queen. Piliu Iburg. Cairo arrived Percy Swaine. St. Loula.3r. Departed Percy so tone Ohio 8 Peto Kerns below. 5 r. I. Kiver 48 8.10 feet and rising. Cloudy and Cool. River 12 feet 8inches and falling. Hudson up. Heavy Frost last Naglit which killed Small Frelis up kinds. Mild. 3t. It it is arrived City Cairo Natchez City Hickman new Orleans Cherokee Mem a Hgt a. Departed a Charley Mcdonald. Cairo. A ver 24 feet and fading. Cloudy Aud cold. New Orleans Clear and Cool. Arrived and departed future City and Tow st. Loots John a. Wood and Tow Louisville. Picked up along Tho Levy. The Andes is due to Oay from Cincinnati. The a w. Bachelor Arr Vod last night from Wheeling. A tax Lizzie Bay loft for Charleston yesterday with s big cargo. The Keystone state left yesterday with a Good hip tor Cincinnati. The Adam Jacobs was one to arrive from Morgantown last night. More engers have been carried by the boats Tbs Winte than Ever before. The Frank Gilmore came in yesterday and will leave to Day with 14 barges for Cincinnati. The Germania broke her ply ton Rod going no saturday Aud did not arrive Here schedule. Or. C. H. Lee and daughter new Castle were Angera the Keystone state for new Orleans yesterday. In the absence David Randolph Pilot the from Queen David Spencer the key Lonc state is supplying his place. Business to rather doll the wharf account the Ruth weather. Although the liver registers leg there to. ,. In ship ment lost week lieu thought that it we a pick up during the following week. 8 fert. The right stage for shipment Coal i very Little Coal going Down owing to the blk Street hallway men want go Advance. Mckeesport april 11�? a a a period a tie motor Meu and the conductors both the Mckeesport and Rey Boldton and the White traction company railways have asked tor an Advance in we a a Aud think they should get 25 cents per turn More. The men work nine hours a Day and get $1.50 per turn each Road. The directors the first named company have not acted the request a yet. There will be no trouble la Al Tutor Coso. An old soldiers disappearance. Canones Dorg pa., april 1l�? wednesday last week Robert Cunningham who had been a pumper tie Moore Well near Venice went to Pittsburg to draw his pension and has not yet returned Home. He was at the pension office that Day and was seen to Board the 3 clock Tram at the Birmingham station. Lie has a a ally consisting a Wile and seven children. Cunningham is about 60 years. Wants to Rocap from the fire Queen. Findlay o., april 11.�?George w. Egts the husband the dime museum attraction town throughout the country As Quot Sut Onella the fire Queen to Day filed an application in the common pleas. Court tuts county for divorce. The parties were manned in Cleveland in 1876, Aud Are the Parent two children aged respectively is Anu 15 years no live with their lather in this City. For All thoughtful mothers. A 50 boys a Ohilda a strictly All Wool suit this week at Sailer amp co a Cor. Smithfield and Diamond streets. Rasu will Price has made special preparations for easter neckwear business this week. 47 sixth Street. Why be pestered with Roaches bedbugs Etc., when but no will banish them eternally 35 cents at All dealers. Dox Quixote fought wind Mills. Burgine fights Roaches bedbugs eto., and kills them every time. 35 cents. 100 Dockx men s imported seamless Black sox is pfc Worth 20c. Tub Littell a 80s Smithfield Street. Aliquippa lots will be Worth twice the present Price a a year. Sale thursday. April x4. You need not be a judge to boy a horse at Arnheim a. Every horse guaranteed thursday april 14. Miscellaneous sporting Motea. The Veteran a Printer. Davy Sheehan to White and Faney Vesta for easter. Hex ache a 30 sixth fit Eek mrs. Winslow s soothing syrup for Dren teething is the f am lev Benefactor. Cell a possible Lynching Bee at Newark. New Are 0., april xxx a it pc it Al a George Stoit Berry was arrested Here this oven ing for attempted assault Edna Al Ward seven year old daughter a. T. Alward. He secreted himself in an out House the school ground Aud caught her tearing her clothes almost off. Iier screams brought assistance. Stott Nury is 30year� old. Tie is la jail there Are threats Lynching. Johnstown business men thirsty. Johnstown pa., april a la a xxx rial a at the recent License court the judge made an order requiring All saloons to close their doors at 10 clock at night. To Day a petition was presented to the court signed by Many business men asking that the time be extended at least Oue hour so they can get a social Glass after their work is done. Jumped while the train was moving j. Connelly was brought to the West Penn Hospital lost Niht suffering from injuries that will undoubtedly cause his death. Connelly is about 28 years old and worked in Hamilton a Glasshouse Twenty sixth Street. Last evening he boarded the Butler express at Trent uni and intended going to Bennett. At Etna station he started from his seat ran out the platform and jumped Wiio the train was running at Tail Sneed. He fell the track Aud the train a its sed Over the left leg. The Back his Calt a was also crushed in and he sustained internal injuries. Northrop Patent panelled Metal ceiling Are neat durable and artistic for All classes buildings. As the oldest manufacture is in the country to can furnish the greatest variety and newest designs put up Complete at the lowest figure consistent with Sood work a end for est rantes to South Twenty third and Mary streets. A. Northrop it col. Its Pittsburg a. Easter linens. We have just opened afresh importation Beautiful he stitched cloths and napkins. Prices extremely Low. Jos. Horne it Ca a Penn Avenue stores. To pleas the ladle and the fun the thing Well sell children s nil Wool suits this week Only nt$2 50. Come to Sailer it cos Cor. Smithfield and Diamond streets. Runau ii you want to be kick commence at once to save your Money and Deposit it in amounts $1 Aud upward with the i Cople s savings Liazuk. Its it is a who Man who attends the Aliquippa Sale thursday april 14. Easter i i Well Desiay. Thursday and May. Confirmation codes for girls. Confirmation millinery a specially. Confirmation hats confirmation wreaths and Flowers ribbons for sashes ribbons for trimming. Wide Swiss Nain Sook and Cambric embroideries for confirmation Dressea Swiss and Nain Sook embroideries for trimming. Cream and White laces for trimming including the latest novelties in Pointe de Gene Pointe de Paris Torchon laces chiffons Plain fancy Etc Cream and White ruching White Cotton gloves Pointe de Ireland Oriental laces Chantilly and Val laces confirmation ceilings White kid gloves White silk mitts White silk gloves White Hose in Cotton Lisle and silk silk and Linen handkerchiefs Plain and embroidered handkerchiefs initial handkerchiefs confirmation fans confirmation belts Etc Etc confirmation goods for boys. Boys White laundered shirts boys collars and cuffs a boys confirmation neckwear boys confirmation gloves boys confirmation hosiery boys confirmation handkerchiefs Etc Etc 504,506 and 503. Market st. Mail orders promptly attended to. A a i me Watty s eur re a spoon is pronounced by All Trio most exquisite souvenir spoon yet produced. Tu3u 53 fifth Avenue. Choicest and arc showing for easier. Neckwear. Beat line Yon Ever saw we will Price 47 sixth Street. Aliq Ziffa needs but an investigation to justify investment. Lots average $300. Trains leave the It l. E. Station for the Sale thursday april 14. For be1utif�ol women. We offer extraordinary attractions in artistic millinery this easter week. Never before has such an immense assortment been seen in Pittsburg. It includes hundreds stylish and exquisitely trimmed bonnets and hats Fine French Flowers untrimmed hats and bonnets misses hats children a hats infants Caps Etc. _ hats and bonnets trimmed in any style desired at Short notice. Workmanship guaranteed strictly first class. We have engaged additional salespeople so that All can be waited upon promptly. The corps Artistes employed in our workrooms is equal to any emergency and there will be no trouble in executing late orders. Easter gloves. Just come and get an idea what a Complete Glove department really Means. Here you will see everything in the Giov line everything but the exorbitant prices that some dealers charge. Reco sect we Are sole agents for the Amp p.,Chaumont,Berthold and Fontaine famous French kid gloves. A wealth Farmer suicides. Tics Ostoj april 1l�? Mitchley a Well known Lariner 60years old who Baa been in ill health Lor some time today 6 a Alio wed three Teaspoon tuis Pari. Keen and i. Condition was not known to e Lainily until he Vul be it Ond the reach antidote. A Flint in the Diamond. Last evening at 6 clock a Lively Light occurred in Diamond Alley the alte the old Central station. In which the bricks that old at Nottre played an important part. The fighters were John Conroy a waiter in a nearby restaurant and Fred door Cut an italian Barber. Tue men abandoned the use lists and both resorted to the piles Weium lying about the result being that both wore badly used up Conroy Repety aug several cats and in Tetia having one int arms broken at the wrist. I Proa Bare a cough done to delay. It b dangerous Piso s cure for consumption will cure Yon. Guaranteed. All druggist a ski Canta. Toa bicycles Are built to use. They Are cheap because they Are Good both in material a workmanship. For descriptive catalogue and address local dealer write to the Mclntosh Huntington co., Cleveland Ohio. Flower Idem bal office aa7 Penn Var. A mrra k Favoli cd Aguek a co. _ tractors for Arling sidewalks Roadway Yard Mills tables and cellar floor with Cement Stone Brick Crete end Are Brick. Curbstone furnished and set. U Federal at., Alleghany City Paap to j 4-Bat ton French kid gloves,68c, ?1, ?1 50. Al Hook French kid gloves 85c and a 7-Hook French kid gloves 1 2-5, �1 so and �1 75, 8-Button bade Mosca Lenires 68c, �1, $1 25, $1 50. 8-Batton extra Quality French Biarritz Al. See our splendid showing neckwear for ladies and children sols. Laces easter souvenirs boys Star waists and hundreds things suited to the season. Cloaks and suits. All the latest novelties in ladies Blazer suits from $4.65 to 15 silk waists s to ss.75 cloth capes i4.65 to so reefers and blazers s2.50 to �15 new markets 16.24 to s11.65 Tea gowns �1.4sw�2c. 8-Button Glace Moeun Ethiree �1, �1 25, $1 50. Minies Fine 4-Bntton, 75c 5-Hooks, 95c. 4-Button French suede extra Quality. Al 7-Hook French Saede extra Una Lite to Soi Mitisek and coloured silk Glove and Mitt for ladies and children. Genus French kid 73e, �1, �1 50, it 70. Pnra other 510-518 Market Street

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