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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 June 1889

MHaHli J4?' i ycrt - r -ft. ,. THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH. PRTDAT, JTOJE . 28, L889. EEiTDBES OF T1UDE. Week's Live Stock Transactions at "East Liberty Tards. CHOICE BUTCHEE CATTLE STEADY. i Light Enn of Sheep, Lamls and Hojs. Trices Advanced. JDKfi A POOK MOXTH FOE WOOLENS Office Pittsburg Dispatch. Tiiursdat. Juno 27. ISSfl. The figures in the accompanying report show that the Pennsylvania Railroad has resumed business at the old stand. Through shipments of cattle last week were the smallest for years, the total being only 150 head. 'Washouts from the Conemaugh to the Susquehanna led Western shippers, who In or dinary times take the Pennsylvania route, to send their stock by the Baltimore and Ohio or the Sew York Central. Sow that traffic is opened on the Pennsylva nia Railroad, shippers are returning to their first love. While local receipts of cattle are 340 head short of last week, markets have not improved. The bnlk of receipts were common Grades. The few light, smooth, well-fatt...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 June 1889

cmgl TOi "XfifJUp .8pi5 'ffl?$ZF t&Qg&r?. jrzzj -v Si fA. '8 THE PITTSBITTIG DISPATCH, FEIDAT, JUISE -.28; 1889. WSMXJimaKEM x m I" I- T-. Iff Mr I? x ,f , fCAff, IT BE ltlRDfiRl 't&'lSovel Trial in Criminal Court, f Based on. Natural Gas. JAMES IE WIN AND THE PRESSURE TTero What Killed William Eogan, ' There's Another Question, Bat .WAS THE TICTIH Dull WAEKED Junes Irwin mu placed on trial before Judge Btowe in the Criminal Court on the charge of murder yesterday afternoon. Ir win wasinspector of Carnegie Bros, natural gas line. It is charged at Harrison City lie ordered the gas in the line turned on, and that it rushed out of the pipe with such force that James Hagee was killed instantly and "William Eogan was so severely injured that ke died two hours after being brought to the West Penn Hospital. The first witness was W. H. Smith. He testified that he was working on the pipe line in "Westmoreland county on the 16th of 3Iarch last. He was working down in the ditch, jo...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

FTliS .:, -.j vst 'T - $" " ;!t - .- t Kalis Tempest, Soubrette, .' 03i m Is the title of a iasclnatmg story of .the stage,,. by EmmiV. Sheridan, which will lie published, complete In to-morrow's issue-of Tns Dis patch. ' -i IPORTY-FOUETE & f ' -Mriy American, Citizen of Tem f ,t perate Habits and Good . V Character Can (get a wholesale license. Brewers May Sell to Whom They Please and Ko Questions AskerL COEPOEATIONS HATE KO CHAEACTEE. The Supreme Conn Refers to the Rulings of the Lower Tribunal as Absurd Whole salers "Nerd Make No Distinction Be tween Licensed and Unlicensed Custom- ' er In Their Sales Thousands of Dealers Expect to Get Their Papers In Philadel phiaA Bottling Establishment on Every 'Cerner Jndco Gordon Expresses His Mind Very Freely He Says That a '.Saturnalia Will Result The Text of tho Decisions. The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has decided that any citizen of temperate habits and good character is entitled to a whole sale lienor license. The matter of maki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

MjmS3Z2i vmrnsm ?& SSf ;:$ THE. PJTTSBTJKG' DISPATCH,. sSATBUD AT, JUNE (29, '18881- MT.' i &. ,3$ w : ? 'J" ' being too early to adjonrn court, John S. Robb, Esq., who took op the liquor cases that the Supreme Court decided yesterday, suggested to Judge Stowe that he spend the balance of the afternoon in rehearing wholesale liquor applications. The Judge laughed heartily, but shook his head In a most positive manner. All the attor neys assembled in the room joined the Judge in the smile. a wet symposium; y What Parties Most Interested Say .About Judge White's Reversal B. C. Cbrlstr Takes It Coolly Mnjor Brown nnd Joslah Cohen on Law. Points In- volved A Quietus for Spook- Easirs Disappointed Ue- toll Appllcnnts Clutch . ' nt Straws. While the legal fraternity was very nearly as much interested in the last say, it did not show it to the same extent as did a man who had th6. lease of a building on his hands with no other business to put into it. Mr. Fitzsimmonshad. to do the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

r -rx. t M n THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, ' 'SATURDAY,' JUNE . 2$ 1889. 3 :& m WjO&ptey advertisements one dollar per igxtare'or one insertion. Classified advertise' menUion'thti page such as Wanted, Far Sale, Jb Set, efo, ten cents per line or each inser tion, and none taken Jor lets than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH tBUAACl OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements will , be received up to 9 P. M. for insor tion next morning: AdvertUementa are to bo prepaid except where advertisers already have account wlthTHXDU-r-ATCU. rrrrsBUBp. THOMAS MCCAFFKKY, 3608 Butler street. F.MIL G. STUCKET. 34th .erect and Penn are. E. G. STUCKEYCO.,Wylleave. andKultonst N. BTOKELY. Firth ATenue Market House. XASTXXD. 1. TV. WALLACE, Karenn avenue. OAKLAND. UCALLISrEK&SHEIBLEB.Sthav. & At wood It sorrnsiDE. JACOB &POHN, Ko. S Carson street. C1IAS. SC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

mcsffi mr irz.'!ravntTWij y . rr- t,-1 ji-,; "" ' 39W T Tf5 3 ylrqg&Kj???. , ',' v1"1 - . " 1WRS5 &T -MfS. -STS , 'i- t " t5ri3PS; - v- , v " V . Sir" - is? i - 1$, M ,s A BRILLIANT GEM Of Newspaper Art "Will be Tc-Morrow's GREAT 20-PAGE TRIPLE NUMBER OF THE PITTBBURG DIBPATCH. It will contain the brightest efforts of best writers on the Beligion, Art, Adventures, , Finance, Fashions, .Music, Travel, Sports, Drama, Hygiene, and never fails, under 'any circumstances, to to gire . ALL THE HEWS. A striking feature of this issue is a fascinating story of the stago by Emma V. Sheridan, enti tled Katie Tempest, Soubrette ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1818. Vol.44, No, 141 Entered at Pittsburg Fosto"fflce, November 14, 1837, as second-class matter. Business Office-- 07 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House76, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Eastern Advertising Office, Koom 46, Tribune Building, liewYork. Average net circulation of the dally edition of THE DISPATCH for six months ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

r v 7 i ; b v THE PITTSBTTKG - DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JUNE: ONTflEWATCE Organization Formed to Scrutinize j$i r the Appointments. . MATERIAL FOR POLITICAL USE. Aft. iThe Anti-Malione ilen in Yirglnia Eeceite Anotber Black Eye. EEDEEICK DOUGIiASS GETS A TLACE. ?? nisJpiEfennent Si Krt Teiy rieajlaj to the Colored j3t' reputation. & r. ' A new labororganization has been formed for the purpose of watching all the appoint ments made in 'the public service. If that element does not get its share of the places there will be a protest in the future. Fred erick Douglass has.bcen appointed Minister to Hayti. Another Mahone man has been recognized -in Virginia. rSrECIXI. TELEGEAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 "Washington, June 28. Information that is perfectly reliable lias reached the cor respondent of The Dispatch that a secret organization of working people and friends of 'the laboring classes has been formed to watch, the course of appointments, and sum up at the close of the administration or Presi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

'.". 1 That Youth GaMn Shuts the Phillies Out and DOES SOME HEAYY HITTING A Brilliant Game Played by the Local Team. YALE BEATS TflE HARVARD CREW. Eljton Ties a Turf Eecord on the Chicago Track. THE DEACON TELLS SOME QUIET FACTS Doubtless all the past ungenerousdeeds of Harry Wright's aggregation In the way of pul verizing the Pittsburg's representatives and thoughts of Mr. Casey's umpiring last season Mould be brought to the inindsof the visitors yesterday at Recreation Park. Those repre sentatives of the city -where tbe Liberty bell Has cracked, were pointedly shown where they were wrong jesterday, and it isktfe to say that they were disappointed. They were late in get ting here from Cleveland where life was made somewhat bnrthensome for them by the Spi ders. They got bere, however, and Jimmy Galvin with the bloom of jouth on his fore head, was waiting for them. Jimmy was out for business, and his looks betokened that he had for the nonce laid aside the follies and trif lings of y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

i? v v. ,'. aV i- V; OMUAW'S DOWET Of Otodfbtate Which is Kow Worth iny Quantity of Money. DULUTH lasl Jast Been Awarded to a Long. Per severing Claimant. 43 FEOM- $5,000,000 TO 15,000,000 IN IT. y- . IfceOrfeliud Owner Sold the Properly UTwo Differ. ' f!f - ent rartlet. A. large portion of Duluth has been awarded to Frederick D. Prentice by the courts. He purchased it many years ago from a man who, received it as a dowry with an Indian maiden. It was afterward resold to another party, who made ont deeds to the jesent occupants. The value Of the prop erty is from 55,000,000 to 513,000,000. rsrJECTAi. TZX.XGJUOI TO THX SISrATCR.1 Duiajth, Minx., June 28. Frederick D. Prentice, a New York millionaire, has been awarded possession of half of Duluth by Judge Parish, of the Circnit Court, at Ash land, Wis. The property is valued at over 55,000,000. The history of the case is a most interesting one. Mr. Prentice, who was born in Ohio 65 years ago, and made his first money in lumbering, vis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

G, s THE PITTSBTJKG- DISPATCH, SATUBDAT, 7 JUNE ? 29, J889. prlf LOOKING YERY TOLL. The City of Johnstown Begins to fie sume Its Former Appearance MOST OP THE STREETS CLEARED, And a Kumber of the Eefngees Ketnrn to Help Eelnild the Place. 2HE SULMEES COMIKG HOME TO-DAT. ttetrenchmeiit in tie Kcmbe?cf Laborers at Work n the Debris. Johnstown is beginning to assume its formal appearance, as mnch as possible after its awful wreck. The Fourteenth Regiment is to be paid off and return home to-day. The force of laborers is being ma terially reduced. 1FKOM A 6TAJT COBKXSrojfDIXT.l Johnstown, June 28. Johnstown will "be a good excursion place for many a day to come. Crowds Of people are pouring in to see the wreck and run. Mayor Koonan, of St. Louis, was here long enough to shake hands with General Hastings, and then left for Cresson. He will return to-morrow to look oyer the field and distribute money at his command. Johnstown is beginning to look like itself once more. I walked over the g...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

issmsia Uiy V i 3T 0: THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. k PAGES 9 TO 12. PITTSBURG, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. "r BUSINESS IS BETTER 'AmEnconraging Feeling Prevails in X" Hearly Every Quarter." ,THB LITTLE BISE IN PETEOLEUH. Iron Is flow in Better Shape Than for a ZJT Considerable Period. 1 LULL H GEXEEAL BPECUIiTION rtrlClXl. TILrOBAJt TO THX DISTATCH.1 JSsw YOKE, June 28. As noted in special telegrams to Eradstreet't, now that half-yearly stock-takings are showing the actual results, there has been & rather more encouraging view taken of the state of gen eral trade, particularly at Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston, Kansas City and Chicago. Merchants are now looking ahead to the autumn's bnsinesi with rather more confidence, particularly at the "West, where crop" reports continue quite favorable, and where there is reported the largest demand for agricultural implements in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska for three years. Trade has been quiet in Louisiana, owing to its being the end of the mon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

fC ( THE" PITTSBUBG-"" DISPATCH; ,SATUKDAY, ' JUNE 29, 1889. V 10 T&- proving the occasion, in spite of the doctor's injunctions, vanished when she saw Ruth's white face on the pillow. Noiselessly she placed the little table close to the bed, and put the cup upon it. Buth opened her eves as she did so. " "Here is some tea, dearie," Hesba said, softly. "I will put it down here, and you can drink it when you feel inclined." Buth murmured "Thank you," and Hesba stooped over her and kissed her cheek more softly than she had ever done before, and then went quietly out of the room again. "She looks worse than I thought for, Hiram," she said, as she proceeded to help the little servant they kept to lay the cloth lor dinner. "I doubt she's more hurt than the doctor thinks. I could see there were tears on her cheek, and Buth was never one to crv, not when she was hurt ever so much. Of course, it may be because she is low and weak; still I tell you that I don't like it Is the doctor comin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

WBMM&SB WWf SKSfP :J - ?i THE rrTSBTJBGr blSPATOH, SMTJEDAT, JTTNE " 29; 1889.' sr MFlAEEET BASKET. J3s c. . - Jhe First Cantaloup?. Water Melons and Blackberries. 4&, Wake fish in limited supply. une Weather Blasts Borne Hopes in line of Floral Trade. EAISED POTATOES ABBIYE Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, I rBiDAT.June'A Rw. J In the line of fruit and vegetables the week has been characterized by the appear ance of many new articles. New home potatoes, squash, string and wax beans are on the stalls for the first time in the past few days. "We are also having onr first taste of watermelons, cantaloups and black berries. Said a leading dealer In fruits and vegetables, "X have never known cantaloups of such excellent quality coming so early in the season." Home raised potatoes are also ahead of time. The Fourth of July is considered early for the new potato crop in this section. Strawberries still linger, bnt the hulk of those coming to market are of inferior grade. The arrival ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 June 1889

Wi-"S i Xv ?i. d JtV.?!? Hl I I . -a ' .-FE." . f .TSK TWJaPSlfc -JjEuj vir : .HPi - i' f i .n . .iSPSU ' 35k' i y--,.; 5K.r "TKIl . (t'WSHS j5-i--' tTK?; rtJWT- ' Xy C T iL-kf '3rK tfalix. 1 ' t .: - rrsi-,t ic:.-- .'& ; --:.- ' i"-' " -' ;7i' i-r '"4w : -. yr.--"' tr--, -j. ,- . ,. r ' - -y.-j ST - . . 5-'.jr-v raftfl ft 13 EYERT PRECAUTION. The Defense Made on That Score by James Irrin in Conrt Yesterday. THE FAMOUS BAUI LITIGATION. A Day in the Criminal Court and the Ee sults Attained. GENERAL SEWS OF THE COUBT HOUSE The trial of James Irvin was continued in Criminal Court yesterday. Samuel McCor dick testified that Irrin had informed him that he seat a man along to warn those in the ditch that he was going to turn the gas on. James Allwin testified that he helped take the men out of the ditch after the ex plosion, and that he took a piece of lead weighing four pounds ut of Magee's'head. J. S. McQuaide, Esq., opened for the .. defease, and claimed that they would show that t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

if tbiple imbi. j -'v'. h'' .MfiEIJrjJtl' ..IN&M&fr " ' 1 pages. I ' ., 1 fORTY-FOURTH I l.l I 1 1 1 1 lfl 1 H rent-roll is about 5400,000 per year. He is - LLllUllUU U.U UUn.ii X X JL-i . , U.U 1 JUJ.1 J.U XXXXJ UVUX. i avAilu . .laaaj wviiu. m. The British Taxpayers Grum bling at the Price of Royal Picnics. A VERY ODD LOVE MATCH. Preparations for tlie Coming Visit of the Shall. IDITOR O'BRIEN'S LATEST SCHEME. Irish Tenants Incited to Strike Agninst the Interference of Their Landlords En glish Socialists Spreading Ouf in the Provinces Blaine's Help Implored by General McBIurdo's Friends in the Del , ngoa Bay Railway Enterprise An American Sculptor's Work Compli mentedA Petition Three miles Long The War Scare Monger Is Knocked Ont ol an Occnpation Stanley's II air Has Turned Snow White, and Ho is In Bail nod Shoeless. There is enongh of interest in the gossip about royalty in Bngland at present to sat isfy those the heated term has otherwise de prived of the means of excitem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

&m? fm &$ K f Vv Zr 2. THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUTE 80, 1889. The Pittsburg Cricket CM .'Presents Its Annual Sports. .OUE A1ATEUE ATHLETES. A Field Day at Brnsbton that Passed Off Very Pleasantly. EAST END ELITE IN ATTENDANCE. Banning, Jumping, Biding and Throwing " " -'Amuse Votaries of Sports. TAMABLE MEDALS EEWAKD PEOWBSS HF.EE was a se- v N lectbnt jolly as semblage to wit ness the mimic SOlvmDian rames tHf M at the Brnshton Jf tmBiSLJSttt cricket grounds yesterday after nobn. A bevy of the fairest ladies ot the East End, representing the Soman matrons and maidens, Colonel J. M. Schoomaker, the Eoman Emperor and Dictator, Charles & Clark, the Herald, while Alex. JlacPher- son led the slaves and lictors who ever and anon entered the arena and trigged out the paraphernalia necessary to the contestants, the latter being drawn from all sources, in cluding Pittsburg and Allegheny athletic clubs. The day was perfection itself, and if the Pittsburg Cricket Club had...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

& fj ST r VeZW" ' ?f?rtr flif r?7?57 - ;Y??wp- 'v -t." V ' ' ' - ',."'- i ' T. ".''". ..fT' x ..-. -, r' l ' V." f 1. ," THE PITTSBimG- DISPATCH, STJNT5AY, JUNE 30, 1889. " ' 3 --$- 'OPElf TO THE PUBLIC. The Magnificent Sew Gateway to Allegheny Cemetery is Done. AjilCE MONUMENT TO HIGtf ART. The Annual Meeting of the Incorporators Held lesterdaj. DOKE FOE IESS TBAX THE ESTIMATE The "beautiful new Penn avenue gateway of the Allegheny Cemetery was formally opened to public use yesterday, and the annual meeting of the Board of Incorpo rators was held in the raiting-room. Twenty-tnree of the incorporators were present and inspected the beautiful monu ment to architectural art, and expressed their approbation of the complete success of the enterprise and satisfaction with the work done. All joined in say ing that it is certainly the finest gateway in America, and some did not want to put the limit there. The last touches to the structure were hurried in order to hare it done in time,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

uiJiay c f 4 y v:- cv I. THE PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1889. I " !s Hlje BiMci ESPABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1846. YoL4. Aula-Entered at Pittsburg Postoffice, JNovcinber 14, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business OfflceG7andG9FifthAvenue. News Rooms and Publishing House--75, 77 and 7 Diamond Street. ""Eastern Advertising Office, ltoom 4 Tribune Iftlldlng, 2cwYork. Average net circulation of the dally edition or The Dispatch for six months ending June 1, 1889, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the bunday edition of The Dispatch for May, iess. 47,468 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE IN THEUMTED STATES. DAILY DisrATCH, One 1 ear f 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter SOD DAILY DISPATCH, One Month 70 Dailt DisrATCH. including bundaj, lyear. 10 00 Daily Dispatcil Including bunday,3ra'ths. 2 M Daily DierATcn, Including Sunda), 1 month 90 brrv-DAY Dispatch. One Year 2 50 " eekly Dispatch, One Year 1 3 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

KBSMEIgal ecEi IfMW-JIffl wmwTmw "&s & tt.r&mMBmsm&&t ' ? i WJ " 'fmWWWWZ-W, -T -sr-ir " JW ?vp-f -xm "' -- THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1889. . - ,3 sroRTmras hant win W-i- i - w w..-. M fijTTheir Fight for Wages That They Can Lire on Without Having to JUMP ST .r- 3K V UBW OUT AN EXISTENCE BY TIPS. The Force of Habit Causes a Giant to Make Some Very Funny Breaks. " GEO. ST1EK EOOES BARXU11 IN LONDON fc tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.: LoxDOS, June 29. Copyright Tour Liverpool correspondent writes that it looks to-day as if the great strike of seafaring men is about to end in favor of the employers. This strike is of international interest References in the news colnmns of The DisrATCH to delays in crossing the At lantic due to green hands in the furnace rooms of steamships have given a hint of the trouble, but it has been more considerable than any strike that has ever been or ganized in the trans-Atlantic service be fore. Passengers coming over on ships ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

ES52 lymwfwmif r'm-Krffm ' H: '4 ,' lyr Bt .6 E Boston Gets Another Set Back Li . by Anson's Boys. SOME FINE BATTERY WOEK ,The Senators Beat the Spiders in a , Good Game. ONTHEDOWN R )EA(M WHITE STILL HOLDS ODT. ?!8ome Exciting Games Among the County ;ij lieagne uiaos. VGEXEEAL BASEBALL XEWS OF THE DAI Details of Yesterday's Home League Gnmci, Prlnglc's Review and Other Inter esting Sporting News Will bo Found on tho Fourteenth Pace. Second Fart. Chicago, June 29. Dwyer and Farrell, as Chicago's battery. placd the game or 'their lives to-day. Boston was unable to do anj thing with Dwyer's delivery, and Farrell accepting nine chances without an error, although sev eral tf them were Tery difficult, and called forth creat applause. Chicago fielded with their old time brilliancy andith,the exception of one error played a faultless game. For Boston Sowders was very unsteady, giving many bases on balls. Ben sett's muff of a foul fly, and Richardson's two fumbles each cave a life, otherwis...

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