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21 Sep 1889

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21 Sep 1889

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Pittsburgh Dispatch (Newspaper) - September 21, 1889, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaA the Pittsburg saturday some nerd hits the dome club beats the hoosiers in Gay style. Old sport Galvin in line the giants to in a game and tie another at Philadelphia. Bostons Beattie sly senators. The Harrisburg team wins the Middle states league Pennant. Gen Leal baseball news of Tab Dai the local Ball club beat the Hoosien in a Lirely game yesterday. Galvin pitched veil and there was Home batting. The han Wabun team a ios the Middle states league Pennant. The giants win a game and tie in other. Lar Crai. Tsu Ssu to the Ninci Indian Arous september 20.�?pitta-Bcrg and Lodi Anapolis once More laced each other at the athletic Park this afternoon. The arrangement of the Home Jiaren Van not uavu.1 and seemed to demoralize them. Deny Vas playing second. Buckler at third. Harnett Vas not in the game. Fanning the new Pitcher a veil built Active looking tour Mao for the first time Vas seen in the Box Here. Daily caught him. Galvin served i be Ball to the Indianapolis Batten and Carroll did the work behind them. The arrangement of the players did t Laai Long nor work satisfactorily. La the second inning fanning split Bis in Ger and Van obliged to retire. Fee. The other Pitcher for the Boma club took Bis place and waa warmly greeted. Tar circumstances of the introduction were not a Pilot in and the Umpire was a flute Bard on him. As be bad been on fanning. The Ken getting started. Indianapolis scored one in the burst inning Pittsburg tied the score but they had a great trance to take tar Lead. Carroll tras sent to brat on called Tralla. Hove made a scratch bit Hockley followed with a single and vent to sets cod on ecu Eachys a failure to Stop the Ball a bile Carroll scored. Hanlon tried to follow him bet was caught at tar Home plate. We Ltd got four bad balls and Berkley tried to steal Romr on a Little hit by Fields but was caught. The visitors in their half of the second inning did Terric batting. A tvo dragger by Llalon singles by sunday and Dunlap. A Errol ble by Galtis be cry to Muff of a by by Carroll a bit by Rowe outs of Beekley and while a single by Fields and another bit by Hanlon the second in the inning yielding altogether five Runa. Three of beae were made on bits off fanning when be retired. Blanks for the third. In tire fourth inning Glasscock got brat on m bits a error but was called out by the Umpire no a very doubtful play at bret which caused Glasscock Sod the crowd to loudly protest against the unfairness of the decision. Berkley knocked the Ball Over the Fence and m bite after getting his base on called balls scored on a bit by Hanlon who waa caught trying or reach second funder waa Lent to Btij i on Lour balls and i Dunlap made a bit. On which the former went to third. Galvin however was Pul out at but. Two runs tor Pittsburgh Carroll s Long hit. In tar Fly Ali the hoosiers failed to get a Man safely on brat. For Pittsburgh Carroll made a two Bagger and went to third on a passed Ball but was caught trying to score. Rowe who had been hit by a pitched Ball and Beekley w to got brat on Carroll s put out. Scored on a bit by White and a Long Fly to Center by Fields. Two runs for the visitors. The game waa won at this Point. Although the visitors scored no More. The hoosiers waked up in the last inning scoring five but it was too Lata to do them any Good. Score Ifni Rolis. A n r a a no Wiki n r a a him a i t a Beery. I 1 Andrews m 1 1 let nor 2 a Iii Wei f u Lurk key. I Etc Genaehr. T i a Lair c 0 fanning p. 0 . P 1 0 Gorrall. A. 2 2 3 1 i 1 3 1 1 How a. 2 12 0 Terf Clit. A. 2 2 13 2 Whit 1 1 i Lihle a i a 1 Hanlon. M 0 i a. 1 o let unto i l 0 Gilron p. A a 1 total of. 10 is r 14 it total. C 10 24 is it 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 c a o 4 a a a. . 2 Ftp Barca 2. Two Bow hit��?lknr.%. Honda. Ltd a. By hark i 6 int Anapole 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ljtt�burj�.1 b 0 2 2 0 0 0 or m. Monte Ruih Bork or Seery hark Ltd. Helen monday my aet. 2. Bar Elbre hit ller Kiet. Whit. Held. I in Nur on tall a by tanning. 2 by unite it by Galtin. 2. Wrork oot or Hole. It by Galvin l Law a is Bali Italy. 1 Carroll. I. Wed pitch Rneta. Kit Baac on err re a Indiana Poltz. I burrs l. Tatroe of or in a one boor and 40 minutes t Molnr a . Rittz the Bibl a Piny n it it Ood game nod scare n a a Clary. A Virago. September 20.�?tbe Cleveland had to Day a came Well in band up to the the chica�3c took a Streak of batting and lied the a Core. Hut in the tenth with two men out. Mckean col first on an error. Twitchell followed with a Home and winning the came a the Chicago were unable to make bul one in their half of the tenth. The work of Radford at right was bean to my and the feature of the game. Attendance 9uu. Score Chicago. R i y a z Clevela d k b r a a bran a. A Van Llalon a 1 a. 1 an on. 1 2 of brr. 2 i Stu Moa. A e i Urtiz. It. 0 Farril. A. T Hii Irh c. P 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 is i 6 a o a 1 0 a 0 i c Radford r. 0 Strieker 2 c 2 twitch1.1 Llvy Mcglaw. 1 Ull pfc a. 0 Nata 1. Zimmer c. A Ruber a. Total. 5 1103 4 1 1 it 0 0ft s i 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 10 0 014 1 1 it 0 0 0 total to in 1 in a Ftp 7 Urcin o i c o o o o it t Cleveland i 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 earned Moe cd Laura. It Cleveland 0� two bar hit a Lief to. And on. M in lamp on i Lxi. Hiree Baw bit Zimmer. Home pee Flor. 3lrke�n. Two Reheil. Violen base a Mckean 2 , bran. Farrell. 7 double i my Strieker and Faatz Lebeau by firmer and Raatz. Rin get base on balls a by Gruber 7 by Hutch la Eon. It. Hit by pitched balls a la Tamm. Struck out by it Ruber. It by hot Benson. 8. Lime of game one hour and Foft minutes. Umpire Lynch. La tiie rain. The Beaton Ali a lose game from the for to. Wabun stoic september 20.�?the w Aib Ringlon air do attn team played eight innings in a drizzling rain to Day and the game was Ben called. The Washington bailed Clarkson very hard but a rapid base running and several does decision against them gave Boston the game. W Ith the score even in the eighth inning Kelly kit for two bases stole third and scored the winning on Nash a single. Jet corp wafer to. A s r a r 00010. A a r a b j. Irwin 10 t 2 boy. M 1 2 0 Wilmot. I. I 2 i Beecher a. 0 l o Wise. 2� 0 a t a. Irwin. 011 Mack. L a 8 a u Riddle c. 8 0ft freon. A. 1 1 0 i dlr Davdson 1 2 o idly. R t total 9 10 14 14 2 Saab. 1m. I fans re a. 0 Johnston n 0 . 2 0 Mith. A Riennette. 0 uart Xou. P. 0 a 3 2 1 1 4 a �2 0 0 0 1 a a 0 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 9 0 2 0 i 0 i 0 total 4 4 94 14 0 002000 in i roilen�.0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1�?4 it a rued re of we thing Goa 3 Festina two Bac Bio a. Irwin. Kelly. Three bae hit a. Irwin Hoy. Person. Hume rank a Kelly it aah. Beer Tiee of Tbs by. Toien be a Keila. Double play a a. And j. Irwin Bennett and Rah. F1r�t by on Hall a of person 1 hit by pitched Ball Beeber. Quinn Nash track out by person it by Chr Kara wild pitch. Person. 1. Jimmh wrack out by person it by of Irkson. 9. T of Gamow one hour and 40 Lastes. Wok and ted. The giant Bent the Phillies and bake a draw. Philadelphia. September 20.�?philadelphia� and new Yorks played two games hero to Day. The champions winning the first and the second resulted in a tie. Pc co pitched both games for the visitors and with proper support in the record game would have won both. The Phillies played in a Alo Vonly fashion in the al re a opening with a Don ble and a single in one inning and then failing to score. They escaped defeat in the second through errors by we Ard and Winz Anda timely single by Deoker. Attendance 8,000. 8core first Gams. Kew Tours. I i p a ii Vilas. A a r a s Gore m i Herne a r. I Ward. A. I Kii hdon.2. 0 Connor 1. 1 o Rourke. L 1 Ewing a. 0 Whuley a. A Keef. P 0 1 2 i i 3 s i 2 1 12 i t 1 it 1 1 1 1 0 la Ezeh to. 1 a 0, Mulrey a. 0 0 Myrra. 2.0 0,1 . T 0 o hurl var. A. A o form try. A. 8 Lara rear. 1 0 0 Lla Linsu a. 0 o Banders a. 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 o o o o a i a 3 0 4 4 1 totals it 19 27 is 1 total. 1 a 27 11 2 new Yorki is001 1 00-ft Philadelphia.0 0 0 0 0 is it 1 earned Pillad Clrk Hla i new Ork. 3. hits of kourke.2 Ewing. Keery a ele Bantu. He rarer. W Hiu -gove.tierovn. Kwong Delenanty i it double Nln to to Erna a and new lar Oore Rich pm on. Hard and Coa oor Kecur Ward and a on nor Ward and Elchard on Fogarty and so River. Kraft base on baits of Keefe 4. It truck out by Keefe. K in tied Hail a shr Irrer. 2. M 114 pit h handers. Time a i games one hour and 90 minutes. Umpire Knight. A cond Bakx. With the Trotters. Some very stubborn contest witnessed at Fleetwood Park. One Bace took seven beats. The local Bace meeting postponed until next Tbondi. Two local pacers matched for 400. Soon eld a to lbs Redhill it gear Presb. Down enl to a a Vossi. S r a is Ruila s. R a r a it Gore a Tuernau. A. 1 10 Ward. A. 0 2� 0 0 1 nor a. 0 0 it of Rourke i. I 0 0 Kwint. C. 0 2 i Whitney. 3 1 1 0 Kerf. A. 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 Hole Hants i 0 0 m Uhey .1 1 x fatty Era. 2 0 o i 0 Ellerker. A. 1 0 1 x Harrar. I. 0 0 a Lallman. 0 0 and in. A. 0 total. 4 8 19 12 41 total. 4 4 18 9 0 new york�.-0 0 2 2 0 0-4 philadelphia1 0 0 x 0 0-4 earned a new York it Philadelphia. 1. Two by a hit a Turman. Whatu Revand Keefe. Oae Rifle . Vera. Hallman. Stolen a eat Ward. 1 thump on. It lat base on Ball a of Rourke. Thompson Fogarty. Struck out by Keefe. X by Anderson. I. Ravird Ball a i Verker. Lime of game one hour and 20 minute. Umpire night. League record. Perl per won. . I won. A Wlch. New Yorks. .7ft a a ear Levels Ida. It 64 .467 h<>ttn�.75 41 .045 Indianapolis 54 68 .442 5� xxx it to Burr. .41 �9 .4� Chicago.40 �,1 .4w Washington a 73 .348 association games. The Bank uni defeat the athletics la a game Kathle Good plead lag the Browne win another control. Pilad Olfria. September 20.�?brooujrs Defeated the athletic team this after oooo in a earns which was notable for the Superb Fielding and ease Lent catching. The athletics hits were Loo wide la scattered to be prod Active and but for Slavey s for Tacker they would Bare been shut out. Attendance l200. Score athlrtles.0 0 # i 0 0 a 0 6 1 urooklrn0 1000100 2-, raw Hium athletic. I Brno Lent. 7. Error a athletic t Brooklyn i. Earned runs athletic 1 Brooklyn 5. Home Stover. Foux it Venn Elf , 1 off Lovett 1. Struck oath by , s or lore a amp time of Eano on hour and is minute. V Mylre for prion. M of their third. The st. Leala Brown. Defeat tha Caw Boya. By Good i uru. Kansas pm. Bop temper 20 a the by. Louis Browns won their third successive Victory from Kansas City to Day. The cowboys could not and so a etts. Conway pitched Well but the Vialton played in Inch. Almost every bit lir ought in a . Score Kurt let via �?��?�010000�?0 01. Nulo 0300021 a a 6 bum hits Kansas . Louly 7. Knora Kansas City 2 st. Loald 3. Earned so st. Lola 3. Koh Naen. Three based la Lacbain. Ali . Struck oath by Conway. Sll Vetu 1 i am Hall Hoover. Tolm pitch Conway. Amp Lreh Gay lev. Per Assoc Latusa record. Ital . . Brooklyn. To m Sai in Rantui. M so .42s st. Icola 7s o a As t i it athletics �0 so is Kanu Altri w to bal More. .s5 so of 07 .206 games to Day. National at Indianapolis Cleveland at Chicago new Yorks at Philadelphia Bostons at m Ashington. American Amoco Ationo athletics at Baltimore Columbus at Brooklyn Cincinnati at by Louis Louls Vilias at Kansas City. International lao cry buffaloes at Syracuse Toronto at Detroit London at Toledo. Harri of Bow Criam Pioth. They via the Pennant of the Biddle Stales Learae. To rectal taxi. Co ram to till Dis Rater a Harris org. September 2a�?the Middle state 1-Eacue baseball season closed to a. And the championship come to Tbs Harrisburg club with a percentage of .771, having won m and last Only 19 games. Their Lead Over the cuban giants their closest rivals is seven Points. The Pennant Winner have made a remark ahle record and it bad caused much comment in baseball circles. There were 1.7 clubs in the Leasne a Turing the season and of this number Only of nor succeeded in detecting Harrisburg. The Nora Alka Defeated them once the Gorhams twice. York Quot six and the Caban giants ten Lime president volts to Day telegraphed i. Corrato latinos to the club and the pen Nant will be formally presented to Morrow. On monday the team will Start on a tnp through new Jersey and Eastern Perns iraqis and return Here be september 80 to play two games with Colombo which will he followed by two games with Philadelphia. Sporting Boten. Old Galtin As Ostia was in line yesterday Mcclelland made his stake Good last night but Nikirk failed to do so. The new Oakland and the Pittsburg Greys will play at recreation Park ton Lay. The shooting match Between e. D. Craig and or. Borgono Lias been postponed until monday. Frankie Fleming was third in the Baltimore female pedestrian contest. She received is. Metre cannot raise Bis stake. 300, and Protesta against the stakeholder paying Taray and forfeit. It would save a lot of trouble to for the pm a aide. The fleets of Fine imported slut and Wool Federal ear is in nor men s furnishing department a Headquarters for fall weight underwear of All the Best Mokes also halt Hose. Jos. Horns amp co a Penn Avenue 8 to re 33 Cly 33 ctn., 33 Cly dress goods dress in teds regular 50-cent Quality. Largest Stock of dress goods in Pittsburg and lowest prices. Able amp a Nesteb 3fi fifth Avenue. Notwithstanding the rain a Good crowd witnessed the grand circuit Trotters at Fleetwood Park yesterday. The contests were stubborn and exciting. Israel al trl Kosam to the Fleetwood Park september 20.�?ii one May judge by the crowd that assembled it Fleetwood Park this afternoon it will take More than Adverse weather to Lessen the interest in harness racing among metropolitan horsemen. It looked Eny thing but favourable at noon Jet the Carriage rolled through the rate end the foot passengers came from different Parta As if it was a Serle of of Biff contests they were to see which would on rain or Shiue. Doble took an afternoon off and let Starr steer his horses that were entered in to darts contests. He waa disappointed that the track was so heavy that i1�8 Young charge. Rein could not at Ryder Speed Over it Ftp he sex dec ted to win the 2 28 class with her. Thil event which began to Day and had to be postponed after two beats proved an easy thing tor the Bay Mare Moonlight until she ended the race in the first heat Trot ted to Day. And also earned a new record of stubborn contests. Both the Pecolar events proved Ion and stubbornly contested races. The Fleetwood stake which name fir occupying the whole afternoon and being finally ended Only by a trenching the Rule about trotting when it is too dark to plainly distinguish the gait of the horses. Prince Regent who was the a election of the Talent though he is Only 4 years old and bad to Moet Good Field or campaigners accomplished an unusual feat for so Nune horse by outlasting Hie opponent of and land the a take in the seventh heat his most formidable adversaries were Kat Hermo s and reference each of whom got two beat. As for the 2�22 class though the favorite. A nation was Able to carry off the honors he of find it no easy task though he had est den la much More Speed than any of his Field. Longford in Goldsmiths bands made a determined Effort to wrest the Victonr from the Grav Riding and Persis looked dangerous alter getting the fourth beat. Summaries. 2 28 Cla a a Moonlight. Camille. Or in. Frederick. Shipman. Time 2 28. 2 274� 23s. 2 s9cim Prince Regent. 7 2 Kerrence. A 9 Katherine i 1 warren2 9 to turkman maid3 a Kinsman,4 4 mar Lily. A 7 King bird.5 it time. 2 22, 2 731. 2 27�. 2 2 2 2ft. 2 29. 2 28. 2 22 cd Aaan sensation. I Longford. 1 l erslca.7 Yazoo . .2 Maggie b a a a Patti. 4 ikrkness.9 i Rance do. It car 8 time 2 221, 2r22. 2 2, 2 25, 2 24. Second and h. Mccal a nth a carthusian third. There were seven starters. The race for the Breeden foal stakes five Furlong a or w m by j h. Houldin Worth a sir Pons bar f. Johnson Ben was second and w. G. Gardner Strathpeffer third. There were 12 starter. The race for the remember Handicap one mile was won by to Gladstone s Redant j. Lowthers Che Root was Seco d. And p. Flag a War lady third. There were 11 a Tarter. Ding in 1 1 1 .2 4 9 2 1 it 7 3 4 6 or. On Churchill Downs. Non Good racing at i Sale Vale on a Fine track. Louisville september 20.�?the attendance to Day was about 3.000. Weather Clear and plea amp and. Track Good but alow. Pint race one mile All Ages starter Cora Fluber 104 Pound Kate of tlaloc ice Queen of tramps 109, Lizzie s 10k 81� hot near 101, dons Man 1u. Birthday 112. Kate Malone and is him var made the running to the trial get. And in a fighting i Nuh Queen of Trump waa fir i. Cora Flaher second. Bar Thadav third. Time. 1 45>4 second race three a it urn pm Ora mile a Tartera Rutt Pound. Co Nalinee 94,Sundi Amos a lot boy hone s5� lady Haram Hornc 91 Pound. Conal Nec sunday 110, cat a tool 98. Amos a it boy Blue set. Lady Jones 85. Padlock 8ft, Marker loft. Cast steel led All the Way. Sunday second. Hamm Bourns third. Time 1 11 a i the Winner got the beat of the bad Start. Third race three quarters of a mile telling starter Fred Spoley a pounds vat oui 107. Mom Praet 104. Mayo 101. Winning Way 100. Limo or Pringle Ion. Liver lion go Ioc pan King 100l Brook King and Fred soothe Leader to the hair where Deer Lodge took Ful i a Ley were command and won. Fred Woeley second vat out third. Time 1 1 f ourth race. Kentucky st. In Eger Uke 3-year-Olds, one and one Quarter of a Miles starter Long dance 118 Pound. Heron lid. Outbound Lla. Long dance led by two length All the Way to the straight when Heron closed in and had the favorite beaten at the eighth pole. Heron won by two in gab without urging. Long dance second outbound third. Time 2 11h-fifth rare half mile a Carlers chantre to Pound. Uhlan daughter 110. Kotalic 110. Aggie m ii Nannie p 110� Camilla 110, al Lance 110. Silence and Chantres was the order throughout. Cam i Lla it Ras Almo left at the pol but a Macc a Trong and got third place. Time. .30%. Sixth race half mile for a year old sur try Cecil h110 Pound Luppin rvs 110, Catharine 0 in is ter Geneva 110. Julia Magee 110, do likens 110. I Langford 110. Spite 110. The race we Between Happle a. Doh Ken and Julia Maree. Doll Kuna won easily. Han plane a beating Magee Quot or the place by a neck. Time 10. Seventh race seven eighths of a Ralley starter a Tuii. For the place by a neck. Barren la race Arevea i new Castle 111 Pound. Jake Miller 111, War Peak Kab. War Peak took the Lead and held it till he looked Lac Winner but new Castle came under punt Horent and woo Rapcak second. To Mel aft. The entries Are first race one mile Handicap clamor to Pound wary <12, once of Trump 112, Cara Frt. Clockner 106, Era Wise 93, Benson 03, Nevada 100. Second race one and one sixteenth in lies for All age a Blair 102 pounds. Inn Dolette 108, Pete we Tlly 114, Harry Glenn 119. Furrh 119. Third race the Belle Meade Malden stake for 2-Vear-old. Three parlor of a mile Venango 102 Pound. Martha i age 102, s 102. Meadow Brook 102, Rainbow inc my id bests my Joe Blackburn Kwh Oertl cell la a a Maritan 1 6, uan Chlof 1 u a latent Luft John Mccullough 106 it Nurlee ij0. Fourth race three quarters of a Miles Argenta 122 pounds gym mud 122. La Kerlew 123, new Camlic j22, Spectator 122. Middle March 119, both Hook 111, Mayo u 119. Hoco 112, Lima 11 112, lord Tom Liv Myar 112, censor 112. Kwh race half a mile for 2-rear-olda�? Elle Jav lord Ftp Pound a Trona 1 4, Stiver Lake 106, flyer my Lonoke pm. Ely 108. Carter b 108, Craw fish my. Banc maid in Jones 110. Sixth race half a mile same condition a fifth race Milldale pm pounds English lady 110, Gracie m 11 1 mayor Nolan 113, Pilgrim ill major a a. We us Lee 11 Tom lift wlm mar 113, Palisade 110, Rearlia it Granv Daentl Gravesend. L. A september 30.�?the track we fair to Day. The weather was Damp and Chilly. Finn race one half mlle starters Oregon. Gun wad. To Catalf. Oregon won la 60 seconds. Tip staff schoed. Bran it race one and on quart or mlle so Art Era Taragon. Brona Smarte barrister. Bel Wood. Tara won to 2 10, Hron Omarie second third. Third race one and one sixteenth Miles starter Joe Lee. . Mae Sollon la Archt not. Bordel Alae Belle do or. Belle do urn of in 1 4bl Joe Lee second Bordel Alae third. Fourth race three Quarter of a mlle starter civil Berv Lre. Grrgory. Caldwell. Ocy Pele. Greg Ory won in 1 17, Caldwell second. Civil 8crvlre third. Fifth race seven eighths of a Ralle starter Pelham. Lotion. Innab an la. Glory. Cotillon. Bill Harryea Etruria. Hur Nalde. Aunt la won in 1 29.4, Bill Baraev second. Cotillon third. Sixth rare. Three Quarter of a Raile starters Young Duke. Pericles Mote. The lion. Tariro Freedom Kedar Khau. Cupid. Raymomd. Rupert Bourre. Jennie Mcfarland in Ady reel. Mute the finest of Fine imported bilk and Wool underwear Isio oar menus Ishing department a Headquarters for tall weight underwear of All the Best make also Hall Hose. Jos. Horne amp co s Petra a venae stores. All the late styles in Meo f neckwear. James h. amp co., 100 fifth ave. A to s Pell weight underwear 90c Ond up to finest goods imported. We have medium weight in Merino natural Wool Ramea hair a ilk and Wool mixed Aileo Solly it co and All pure filk half Bee to match. Open till 9 p. M. To night. A Toa. Horn it it co s Pena Avenue Borea. I1e\ry h a y Yie charming description of Flat picture a be r Ian duchy a Eatn Laden. In Tenor rmes to dispatch. Fri a m won no Mac Mcmond. I whoa i Liard. The Enir tas for to Morrow a race at Ihu Ger Rod track Are a follow al rat race of Milf a Volant re 116ponnd� Blue Kock lit Geraldine ice Conn id Manola to. Little Here Ontott too 51 or Ford am 104. Baiting 101. Second race one and one la tenth Mitra hade ii Poon do Tea tray 112. Furl Mcaway a brother ban lid Benedictine 102. Chatawa 11. Ice Bravo to. Golden keel to Kalorian 7. Id. 9� third race Oliree Quarter of a Nilley Miff Naie Corle Bob. Ballarat. Tomim Rol. Civil ser Turc a Annei. Foj Klo her. Caldwell Lilac Burn. Jer a re i la. Koperta 116 �1 Klo urn Doub Fol. For to j a Courtney. 122i>ou 6 Lith rare Ihrer inn Rorr of a mlle Gram Rcv fro Donl Sou Ralph Hayard. Iva tenon. Nenna each Anlla 116, Mamie by Maloi ugly. June Day. Maete Lodr Mcraey in each in Vannore al lev 10� sixth rare our mile a. John 127 Pound a Harrl try 116. A relax 114. W lir Rcd 114. Gypsy a need 112, mar Brub 11112. Ruip Rrt itt in the lion ii Bam Ood it let rail Lio j so b. Eire Briffa Liebl Gaiman Mil each. Akiau North rare one and on Rex huh Liei Corier. B. Come to Taw Mablo Loa a treet Joa Jitney. 122 Pound each. In Laclaff. London september 2cl�?thliwaitb� second Day a the Manche Ler september meeting. The Raou for Tbs september plate for 3ye�r. Old in for Iongi waa won by Mongiu Fiat of bar Carolle lord Dudley a merry mme waa poet based the Macea. The exposition Park race meeting Baa been poet one Ontl the Raday. Friday and Batna Day of next week. About 85 Entrich Bare been a cored and to More Are expected. The track is in Good condition. A i Oral paring race. Two local Pacen Dick Turpin and Joe Bra ter. Were matched yesterday to pack for 000 a aids on october 1 at exposition Park. The former in owned by w. J. Career of Braddock. A total Saltare new Castle fa., september 50.�?on account of the Beary rain ail Day the Lawrence county fair waa a total fall Are and to racing Erans transpired on account or the Beart Nesa of the track. Slot her Little sister. A Latrea Alec a eldest canard by Carelean Elspa Altlan of firearms is rectal Mitroiu to tub Phila Delphia september 20.�?Maggie Tobin 10 year old. Accidentally a hot and killed her 6-year-old sister Ellen to Day while the two in company with a companion Lottie Lee aged 7 rear and Higbey Laverty a neighbor a child of 4 year were playing together in a room on the third Story of the Tobin girls a Home at 817 North front Street. The family had but recently removed from mane rank and the Pic tol belonged to the girls brother James. The girls Hud been playing about an hour this morning when Little Maggie discovered the of ital. She Good on a chair reached the top shelf and seen red it it was already cooked and she play fully pointed stat Hughey a ving a a let play Lottie exclaimed a a done to Point it at Hughey it might go off a whereupon she turned the weapon toward her smaller sister and called the trigger. There was a loud report Aud Little Ellen fell with a gaping wound in the aide of her head. The noise of the resolver attracted the fathers attention and be hastened to the room. It waa found that the Ball had penetrated the Ikall directly behind the right ear. The Little girl lingered for an hour in great agony. The people a the weather. Tor wet torn Wenru Tyrania rain followed by Clearing and fair weather Wetter i Windt tightly cooler. For Wett for info fair preceded in Northern oort ont by Light rain Westerly Windt slightly warmer. For Ohio and Indiana fair Uati onary temperature in Ohio slightly warmer to Indiana. Or mum september 20, Une. The United state signal Samoa of Flowra this City fur Ochoa tha following tim. Loloa. teen. 31 tzium x .03 i Flop. A. 20 r. M81 intr. A. M�8 Kive Xii r. A. Ft.8 meet x fail of 0.1 Feci la 84 hours. 7 her. Mean temp. 19 Max Vinuto Knop. 87 mini Mon temp. So Kanee. 7 la . A an italian detective Ere Appel ted by chief Brown i. Keep a a a Hie Conn Trooien. Chief Brown yesterday appointed August Buffalo an italian As a detective on the local Force and he was sworn in for that duty. Buffalo has been in this country for 10 years has been naturalized is said to be Well educated and a shrewd Man Well adapted to the detective business. He furnished valuable information to the police at the time of the Frane Machillo Morder in the East end last saturday eight and proved his suitability to the position to which he has been appointed. It is expected that be trill Aid the police greatly in ferreting out italian Eri Mouala. The italian population of the City has grown to such an extent and it is to difficult to Trace them up Hbeo concerned in crime that such an expedient has been deemed necessary. The Experiment waa Sucic Fullr tried in new York and there Are now a dozen italian detectives there. Buffalo will do general detective work but will be located in the second District. Hirer . Quot Arae Iai. To Moses. To tub dts Strw. T moboanto4n�?River 4 feet and stationary. Weather raining. Thermometer 60� at 4 p. X. War knt hirer stationary at Low water Mark. Weather cold with rain. River 6 feet 2 inches and falling. Weather Cloudy. Thermometer 67� at 8 p. K. He lira la her. Joaeph swat Kolf was committed to jail yesterday by police magistrate grip on a charge preferred by inspector Mcaleese. The defendant is accused of stabbing John Fellingham in the Sid with a Sharp Pieta of steel last wednesday during a hush Oclon water Street. Both men Are pedal Era the wound is not danger on Comer 8li laying. Bishop Phelan will Lay the Corner atone of st. Adalbertus polish Quot Church fifteenth Street 8outhside, to Morrow afternoon. All the Catholic societies Bare been invited to take part in the procession to meet the Bishop. R i a Putter a us Morrow to dispatch a gives a series of vim pen pictures descriptive of the Home lift of the Sultan of Turkey. Formerly lived Here. did work the bal Llabre firm Bat to n. . James c. Johnston the alleged agent of the Baltimore Cigar House of Elliot Oleo Beim amp Elliot was formerly a resident of Allegheny and is Well known there. He has a brother in business on the North Side where James was engaged for some years As a eggs maker. The Young Many a wife is from Cuya hoga fall he was for some time regularly connected with Elliot Otte Helm amp Elliot and had visited this City last summer As their representative. He was discharged about a Mouth ago for neglect of business a member of the firm coming Here to investigate his conduct. Johnston is described is about 27 years old 5 feet 10 inches Tail of rather slender bold with Good features and a Small Brown Mustache. He was seen on the streets alter dark the Raday evening and is believed to be stopping with a Friend in one of the suburban towns. In will be a party Worsaa. A racial tax. So Bam to Tab Greenville september 20.�?thegreen-Ville Independent heretofore an Independent weekly Haa doubled its size and comes ont to Day As a Strong democratic paper. A noted divine says Quot i Bare been using Antt s liver Pilis for dyspepsia. Weak stomach and Cost Venearo with which i have Long been afflicted. Tutti spills Are a special Blessing. I never had anything to do me so Macb Rood. I recommend them to Alt As the Best Medicina in Rev. F. R. Osgood. New York. Sold everywhere. Ornce 44 Murray Street new tou. Hosiery for the million. 5, xxx dozens or 60,000 pairs stockings Long and Short. 1,000 dozens or 12,000 pieces of underwear. L All Wool Cashmere Hose. Plain Derby ribbed sad seamless 20c, 30a, 33c, 43c, 30o to to american made Hose will give solid Wear Loe 13 be 13b and 20c. Fancy Stripe and Bootee. Cotton silk and Lisle Soe to 13. White All Wool Hose at 30c, for Large Ladias misses Black Cashmere 20c, Jse 30c, 33e, 40c and 30c. Children s american Hose for school Wear 10c to 23c. Infants Fine Cashmere 15c and 20� also mittens and bootees gents and boys. Gents Obay scotch t7kderwxax, a special bargain 37 4� Geotas heavy or a underwear Satin Iulah 30� seat a Gray natural Wool underwear 80� gents Gray 1 00. This u the boat Geotas australian lambs Wool Fine i Nib 1 80. Gent by Scarlet 73c, a 1 33, 1 and 91 78. Genu Camel hair socks 23c, now taboo Shade gentes natural Wool socks Hart goods Lor 23c, 33e and 30� boys Iron Clad Hose for a 38c, 33e, 43e to �3� thousands of pairs of gloves is the Vold grows older and its people grow Wiser there is a growing demand for a better and More perfect Quality of goods of All kinds fully realising this fact a aim to keep in connection with oar whole Sale and retail drug business tha purest and Best wine whiskies brandies and Gina that can be procured All of which we sell at remarkably Low prices for tha Quality and age of the Good a partial list we herewith append with prices Quot Ora a Italy Ful a a Over boil pure Rye 6 Yean old fall pare ear old Export Oneken better we i Quarto to or 410 per 410 per Doseo. Quartz finches Golden wedding 10 years old full Quartz 1 2& or i1� per dozen. Gin pure Holland on own importation fall Quartz to 25, or 12 per dose Dnn Nlle s old Irish whisky quarts to 50, or 816 per dozen. Ramsay s old scotch whisky distillery at Islar. Ii so per bottle full quart. Kentucky Bourbon 10 year old full quarts to 25, Cork distilleries cd old Irish whisky ii 10 per bottle per Doxen. James Watson a co. S Dundee Floe Glenl Lre scotch whisky to so per bottle. Is per dose pure Jamaica rum to 25 per quart. Old Tom Gin to per quart. Gold heal Champagne pints 75c, quarts to 80. On California wines please everybody. Full Quant go cent or to per Doxen. All mail orders thankfully received and shipped promptly. Please remit by Money order draft or registered letter. Jos. Fleming l san druggists no. 412 Market Street Pittsburg a. Selg Russu the new Derby kid Ota Ove embroidered Back 1 75. Special Mousque Taibe kid Black and Colora at to 25. Special Dollar kid Glove 7-Hookt, embroidered Black and Colora the Best 90-cent kid Glove that Money Caa buy 4-bnttoo� undressed suede kid to 10 buttons 62je, 63c, 85c, al �1 23, $1 50 and 12. Ladies driving gloves All leather flexible cuffs sensible Tel Era �1 25. Opera shades in kid 6-Buttoua, 75c and to. Cashmere. 3 to 6 Bottom Plain Aud embroidered 20c, 25e to 50c. Full lines of fall and Winter underwear la Scarlet natural Gray Wool Marino Etc. Lay in your Winter supplies now. Gents gloves All kinds cloth Cashmere kid cd a Bock Dogskin hog. Gents White dress shirts. Business Aud fall dram 73c, to to 36, v 80 and $1 73. Gents in laundries shirts very Best values. 43� 63� tie. Gents Fine night shirts 30m73� to. To 25. Al so and to 7& gents 0versh1rt8 in silk Ami Wool flannel cloth and Jenny from to to 3 60. Gents collars All the new style 9 for 33c. A Lau line of b. A w. Collars and cuffs. Gent8�?T suspenders 13� 30�36�33� me Tat. Gents neckwear tie boar 4-ia-Haod, 25c to al gents 8ilk and Linen handkerchiefs. Gents�?T8tuds, cuff buttons and pm a rolled Gold new a Zuinga gents umbrellas la Gingham al pack Gloria Tad bilk with new Tad Nobby bundle Campbell amp Dick freemasons Hall fifth Avenue. Caution w. L Dos isi name and the once Aro stamped Oatha Bottom at All Boea Dyer Laed by him before leaving Hie factory this protects tha wearers against High prisms Sod inferior goods. Taka Aone a Sloas so stamped nor be deceived by others claimed to be As Good pm which i ral Era make Myrra profit hat seed direct to Tae Torr and receive by return mail what you want. State al no Batann or Leo wide or toe. Tise and Width usually War and Ino Toee Proa with order. Prompt delivery and sati afro. Ton guaranteed. Address w. L. Douglas Roe Mas Meea. W. L. Douglas $3 shoe Atruz it he eff. Mrs. Brown and mrs. Green. Said mrs. Brown to mrs. Green a in vain my laundress boils and rubs what look so Dean the clothes and labors at her tubs no speck or dirt on them is seen to mar your Linen s Glossy Sheen your Woolen dress that was so soiled i thought that it was surely spoiled. Now looks As spick and Span As though it never had been spattered so this Fine old lace is firm and White your silk Hose keep their colors Bright my newest garments soon look worn get streaked and lust Erless and torn. Said mrs. Green in turn my dear poor soap has spoiled your clothes i fear compelled your laundress first to boil then spend her Days in fruitless toil. My laundress uses Ivory soap and in its cakes for you there s Hope your shawl your gloves Are spotless too what in my clothes so pleases you that old print gown seems really new to Ivory soap is wholly due. A word of warning. There Are Many White soaps each represented to he Quot just As Good at the Ivory Yothey Are not but like All counterfeits Lack the Peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Aik for Quot Ivory Quot soap and insist upon getting it copyright ism by Procter a Gambia for gent Lhman. Oar claims for this Shea nor All Ether ii Theoa Over Tisnad Are 11 Coata Iai better material. �1 is Mere stylish bettor tiling and Darsula ii gives he iter general Sattof Netiea. A i saves Mars More for the Cenia mar. Us great a Access is Das to Merit. It a Gael he duplicated by aay Ether Maea we taper. It it tha beat a the world Aad Hee e larger do mind idea Aey Ether s3 thee Ede artied. Cd non we twp old a us person who win if Usu prove the above statements to be nut the following Liuo or shoes will be found to 7 the a ame High Standard of excellence. Is 00 genuine hand sewed shoe. 14 00 Hano sewer Welt shoe. S3 so police and Farmers shoe. 12 50 extra value calf shoe. 12 25 Workingman s shoe. 52 00 Good Wear shoe. 12 00 Tad is 75 boys school shoes. All Mada to can Gross Button and i a to w. L. Douglas s3 and $2 shoes it. Both ladles shoes Are made in a lies from 1 to 7. Including half Siaa and he a e Aad u w1<lth&Quot styles of ladies shoes. A a the Freach a eth Spanish Arsh of porn Quot Quot tha american Quot tha median c All Mada la Balita Iatha a Start style Alee Freeh opera to Freet Lake. A s3 Shea Ealy. A Dpi a i w. L. Douglas to Grain shoe Lead for of Allemen. With heavy Lap note or cull and i Rielly Astor proof. Is Juit Eal. W. L Douglas. Brecktel Mae for Bale by h. J. A g. M Lent forty fifth and Butler Etc Eta. J. N. Fro bring 3� fifth Avenue. A Carter. 73 fifth Avenue. E. C. Quot Gerber. 1336 Carson Street in Allegheny City by Henry to oar lon Federal a tract and e. Q. Heilman a Rebecca w an ant Quot action Flobert Rifle 22 or 32 Caliper aame a Cut. 98 so. Double barrel Breech loaders. 17 up. Double barrel Suiste loader. 4 up single barrel Breech loaders s3 74. A single barrel muzzle loaders al 74 Flobert Rifle 2 a a loaded shells 10 or 12 gauge 2 00 per 100. K. Smiths 934 Liberty st Cor. Smithfield Send for our Mammoth Catalogna and Africa lift fro of charge a Lemau Pittsburg a. _ specialities 20,000 graduates. Bookkeeping Rhand the Best accommodations. Type writing Ooton l Art Metio the beet methods. The Best results penmanship. 8end for circular. A dram j. C. Smith s Bob. Night school opens monday september 30. _ aui5-7-ttm Trpe w Ritting taught Day Aud Evon lug at duffs College. For terms Call at the College office 49 fifth Avenue. Anl4-26-9 Jas. My Neil amp Bro boilers plate and Sheet Iron Patent bhee�ir0i4 annealing boxes. _ _ who to Ftp frit find Hydraulic machinery we us prepared to Fontish All work in Mir line cheaper and better than by the old method repairing Aad fear Ftp Machlet celebrated grand Denver Range sold by All store dealer manufactured by Graff Huol h co., <32 and �4 Liberty Street 4idia Naten t 8. X o. D. A Kew solicitor of Mataata �s2ntsss�l�?ob3as�i?ti�?

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