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PRICE ONE CENT. NEAV YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. lH
H Gathers in the Prize of the Fordhahi
ijH A Large and Fashionable Gath
K erlng at Jerome
K Purees Won by Diablo, Blggonetto,
H. Emperor of Norfolk and Ernest.
Rj& firxciAL to wobld.1
HP JbbOme Park, June a A lair card and an lm
Bk proved track awaited a goodly gathering at Jerome
BR rait thli afternoon. Big relay of visitors camo
Hi on the later tratna, and before the boll rang for the
Hp saddling of Feregsl, MUi Cody and the others
'H (or the first race, the biggest crowd of tne meeting
BV wupnsent, and the grind atand wan a bower of
jB talr facea and rloh dres.es.
BV The Fordham Handicap and the steeplechase
iH cade many a italwart follower of speedy ooariera
Vm forget that bookmakers are not allowed at Jerome,
Hj and It he loiei on the drat two or three ncea he
BV can only so It Ulna " In the mutnel and auction
Hj pools trjina to set even. The club-home, stand
UK Ins on Its lorely hill surrounded bjr fresh lawns on
UH which are noatlf cllpt ed trees, looked like a pretty
VH picture in a frame of green. The monotony of the
H crassy expanse was relieved by p titles of say
11 plcosure-seelers who came np In private conrey-
Wjl The track, that lotiff, serpentine, flsu'e 8 course,
BV nil a cecal brown trail In a lettlug of half a dozen
Jl insdes of (ireen. No one went to the bettlng-
wk it nds without a careful survey of It, though.
M Tnete iect Uors foutid that It was one of the Urat
1 ll tla-TJ t"1' leR,0D ttlal l,lcln2 0Dt B md horse
jBL n-jsn't nccts.ary to cash t ckeu
JCj The piozrumme seemed a good one, but those
JBI who ha I plcr.ed nut On gun as a sure winner on the
M wuy to the track were sutprlsed wncn they looked
bMI onjhe bljcktnaru lo see hint scratcned. Queen of
M "Ellzubct i as also scratched In the Fordham
SI Uauflcap, but Dclvldcro and Volante were added
7I aW10 u' "st ot rrol,allle stattrrs for tils ttrugle.
t PwA'JH A change his been made In the matter of keep
jkWSai order at the track. The special officers are
WwjsHioW" 1 inkcrton meo, and two or three of the old
' track force, who were retained in ha new ordef of
jr thlu s, wire informed on ftanlag In that the
flv wagtB wqnld be cut from HO) to $-' tier lar.
W, Iho signs foroidd.ng ticket icalpers charging
mv mors than Ave cent for cashing pool tickets were
b torn down early this afternoon. Scalpers, who
Blii have been charging Id and is cents, charged what
iK they please) to-day snd reaped a harvest. The
yK. need of better betting faclllllea was never more
Jll felt. Over $100, COO worth ot tickets were sold on
M'l 'the first three race, and twlee as many wonld
Mil have been dtupo.cd ot If the patron ot the box
. could have had a chance to Invest. It was liupos-
,'1 si'.le to get near the boxes alter a rase till the next
I one was nearly ready to start.
HI FIRST IUCE.
Bi' .rnrse $"00, for two-year-o'ds; entranoe, tV)
Hi each, to the seoonri; those not having won a
' Wl sweepstakes of tl.WO allowed T lb.; maidens al-
k ' lowed 13 lb.; five fnrlonga.
v'JK Diablo, 103 (Stone) 1
"M . NieaCodv, 100..; (F. Llttlefleld) S
reregal.lDl (Flsner) 8
Tcnjlookh, 103 (Uoane) 0
, MJ Tlme-l.OSjf, Fools MUs Cody, $100; Fercgai,
WW 0jjleld. $23.
mtZjC 'fhe Kaoe JIIss Cody was a little In the l'ad
S rt Vhen btarter Caldwell let the nag fall, with Ten
JBr ltoolth and Diablo cIimk be dnd. Diablo got the
Vir front comlngup tno bill, leading Ten ltookn by a
m head. At the turn Into the stretch for home it
CF was Diablo, a length and a halt h heart of Teregal,
Ten Itookh coming np the straight. Diablo was a
n certain winner, Iltilsnlng a Ungth ahead of Miss
I Cody, with Feregal third.
H , Time-1.33V. Mutuels paid $31.03; place, $9 63;
M ' lllss Cody, W 40.
H) SECOND BACK.
HI nandlcap sweepstakes, for all ages, at $23 each,
Ml $J only If declared, with E00 added, ot which $200
Bv to the second; one mile.
Si Laiir Frimrose, 110 (Oodfrer) 1
VW Xtlggiinette, 105.... 1 (F. LUllcUtl I) II
I clay Stockton, JJ (Anderson) $
-JL, Argd. 107 i (btanej 0
'VJBr' Slaekthorne,10U..,M . (Iiynes) 0
YBSV Utile Minnie, 100 (1L WilllamO 0
I mi Qolden Reel, 9S (Uoane) 0
'AlP llualc, M (Osiler) 0
WAv. Jlerltn, 02. 1... (SaDdi) 0
rJ Time 1.40W. Fools-Lady rrlmrose, $3O0; Dig.
mij coneite, $115; Ooiden Heel, $63; Little Minnie,
lit 'fat Race The refractory lot at the post finally
vL got oft, with M01I0 and Argo In th lead. Mnsio
'.r made the turn, with Blggdnette and Lady Prim-
Wi rose coming up. When tney came in view again
1 1' lnalo led by half a length, Dlggonette, Clay
i , Stockton, Lady Frimrose and Little Minnie after la
Hi the order named. Blvgonette led coming past the
Mlf , grand and Judges' standi, hot Lady Primrose
f worked so that at the eanb-bonsa turn she was only
a neck behind Blggonette, When in view again
m Qolden Reel led by a neck from Lailj Primrose, with
M Ulgghhette and Clay btockton next, 'lhejr held
( thU order to near the turn Into the homeatretoh,
S) where Lady Pilmrose ran Into the lead, she held
. her advantage In the straight, winning almOat In a
r. commou canter by a lenstn. Ul.gonetta second, a
! neck In advance of Clay Stockton.
HctueU paid $8.85; place, $3.S0; Blggonette,
, Fordham Uandloap, a sweepstskea for all ages,
.,, J at $fio each, $!0 fori et, with $1,800 added, of whloa
I ' $Wo 10 the Second, the third to icottve $1M out of
I the atake.; winners afier the publication ot the
U 1 weights (May IT) of il.ooo to carry 8 lit. , of $3,000 S
t lb., of two races of $3,000 T lb. extra; mile and a
J" m. BelvlderMlS (Shauert 1
A V Ltsden, 121 , (W. Uayward 9
V&mJ Yoiaute.iu.i.... (J. Murphy a
Am HxliMSl (W. F.tspatrlck 0
V?m Richmond, ISO (II. Biaylool 0
km Time SL IS. Pools Linden nnd lielvidere, $715;
MriK Rlchmon 1, imo; Volante, $863; Kxlie, $1.
iBT('rt '1 he Raoe It wai almost a periect one, Exile and
Liv Rlebmpnd getting off but very slightly In the lead.
ij llefore the atand was reaehe I Linden nad the lead,
MBfV volante next, followed by Kxlle, Linden ran
!?'' ahead, waa two lengths In the lesd at the turn and
two and a half lengths to the good when they came
Vj It-was plain to experts tbst Mr. Oalway, who had
1), his rejufar Jockey, Bttiuer, upon Belvidere, bad
L lOatructeit Hay ward, on Linden, to make the pace
for the field, and give tne bay cult a chance at the
Hi finish. Arodnd the club-house turn they swept,
I Linden situ leading by from two. to three gooa
ft; nttis, and Volante aud Kxlle second and third,
'v wnlle Delvldert saved himself.
In this order they tnrne 1 Into the straight for
jWi home, where BelvUere mad his rtuh. llsyward
I had to poll Lladen.witi ad his mluht, bnt he ex-
B rrted hit strength under order and to save the son
mm ot'iongteliow a penaltr In ih great Buburmn. Up
AM the stand ther came, the Freakneu Staoles'
VJHL pet coming in imost like a team, iielvidtf e a
frfcUdlafrontof lindB, who bewvolaate bjtux
lengths. Time til Mutuels paid $10. 15; place,
Handicap sweepstakes for all ages, at 185 each,
$3 If declared, with $100 added, of which $830 to
the second, the third to receive $100 out of th
stakes; mile snd a fnrlong.
Emperor ot Norfolk, 118 (L Murphy) 1
Brown Duke, 104 (It Williams 1
Ordway, 105 (Hushes) 8
Time-2.01. Fools Emperor ot Norfolk, $100;
'I he Usee Brown Duke and Ordway got away
het, ami Onlway alonca took the lead. Brown
Dnku h Id about a length behind him and a lenam
and cue-half ahead of the Emperur of Norfolk.
Ordway led to the turn Into the homestreton,
where the Emperor was let out a little and came
np nn a pull between the others
The Emperor ot Norfolk won nnder a cull with
ridiculous e ise.bestlng Brown Duke hsll a length,
with Ordway tnlrd tr a bead. Tim 1.01.
Mutatis paid $6.83: plaoe, $3.40; Brown Duke
Oru way carried 8 lb. extra.
Purse $700, for all ages; eniranee, 110 each, to the
second; selling allowances; horses intered to be
so d for $1,600 to carry lull weight; one mile and a
Ernest, W r... (Anderson) 1
Nette, 110 (Htout S
Fred U., 113 (Douglss) 9
Marsh Kedon, 118 (Leary 1 0
Ariel, 113. (Brennan) 0
Obelisk, I OH. (lluthei 0
Wanderment, 105. (F. Llttletleld) 0
Tlroe 1.M1C. Fools on MSrah Redon,$O0; Ernest,
$40t Obelisk, $05; Wanderment, $63; nela, $35,
Tne Race. Obelisk, Ernest and Fred a had a
shade the beat of. the quietly made start. Bmest
ran Into the lead going aronnd the turn, Wander
ment second and Fred B. next
Coming into view, Fred B. ' lokey'a bine showed
a length to the good, and this lesd wu held past
stands, aronnd the clab-honso and on the inrn Into
Here Wanderment camo strontly,bm Ernest got
fiast snd won tr a lenttn, Nettle second, twelve
engihs ahead or Fred 11. Time 1.84jf. Billy
Lakeland had to pay $430 for his horse, a raise of
$330 over the selling price. Mutuels paid: $30.80;
place, 113,23; Nettle paid $50. TO.
Fnrae $700, of which $130 to the second; a
steplechase handicap for all a$ea, over the abort
Llttlefollow 1L , 145 (Maram
Schoolmaster, 143 (Bcanloni 1
The Colonel, 12? (Watson) S
Ilarborougn, 143 (Henshaw) 0
Klphin, 141 tUrlffln) 0
Bsntord, ISO (Fnelbln) 0
Late Mahdl , (Pope) 0
Time 1. 04, Pools-Little Fellow. $180; School
master, $90; Ilaiboralgh, $63; field, $S0.
ON GUTTENBORG'S track.
A Large Attendance Witnesses Bereral
SFZCIAL TO TDK WORLD.
fluTTENBuna Rack Tback. June 2. The fine
weather brought an unusually large attendance to
tho Outtenbnrg track. The contest were Interest
ing. The results are as follows:
First Race. Repudlator, 1; Mamie W.,2; Minnie
Ceres, -3. Tiine 1. OS.
Setond Race Grind Duke, 1; Bsttledore, 2;
Veto, 8. Iline-l.lSU.
Third Race. Ess er first, Melodrsma second,
Tncora thud. Timo-1.04X.
Fourth Race. Joe Flerson first, Coslello second,
Chinchilla third. 1 Ime-L SO.
CiNciNtfATt, Jnne 8. it has been a very Interest
ing day on the Latonla track. The rtinita were a
First Race. Rot d'Orflrsr," Tamo' Shanter sec
ond, Pat Donovan third. Time 1.86J.
Second Raoe. Mlnola first, Tenton second, Alga
thirl. Time 0.66. ,
Third Race. Castaway ,1; Utndoo Craft, 2; Santa
"Fourth Race Lone aod, 1st; Keynote, 3d; Hol
land. 8!. Time 1.31.
Fifth Raoe. Brotner Ban first, Cheenj second,
Range third. Time I.2lf.
Sixth Race. CoU Owen first, Gleuer itoond,
Llda third. Tlme-1.16.
lttteeS at HI. Ixints.
St. Louis, June 2. A large crowd attended the
racei to-day. The event on the card were du
poaed of as follow:
First Race, Hilda Ant, Balance second, Lltbeft
third. Time 1. M)f.
Second Race. Retrieve first, Bonaielta second,
Meta third. Time l.iejf
'Ihlrd Race. Huntress, 1; Falcon, 2; Alexandria,
Clifton Entries lor Monday.
fSTECIAI, TO TSUI WORLD.
Clifton Rack Thacx, June 2. Clifton races,
Monday, Jnne 4:
First Itaoa. Pom $200, forbaatan harfasisaUIn al
lowances 1 tbrss-qaartara.
Cbnr...i,.... 104lfttl Flllmon... ...... 107
OUndon lOtlToool 107
koundaman ?,... 14 Mollla Thomas 102
Waster 103 Pat Dalr 1UO
Seoond lUca. Paraa tiOd, for beatn boraaat mIUd
Traveller....! 105 Alva ., loT
Lockj Koion UC Nshtahad. 1 iT
Hirsneld , 1U3 llipoa H3
AliancJn J. 13 iuld Uaih 101
Ihlrd Race. Para ft 200 1 saUiss allowaaoasi flva
slshtas. lb. lb.
Oraala Hi Flra Hioipa 04
(!to VI llaibara 114
Georsa Aiuut V4 Pat Cooon t
fourth lines ParMS200t sailing allowaoeee; abx and
lertlo W. colt Ill Bim Viol 110
F.leunu 1'8 tlarnet lot
Adonla 103 Uunrtler Iu3
Hlrtxr V uphraals 08
Fifth ILoa.-1'utM esoo, Sbohola lUndloap; mils and
KItmet.,. U0Wlni!aail 104
lirlrbt rtiea., lufliLaror HO
Cardinal MeUloakey.... 107 llalmont, 117
Traebora 1US JUnUradt V4
SPORTS OF TRACK AND RING.
Fred Cunningham, the half-mile runner," may
have another race with a stration this summer.
The Ariel four-oared crew, of Brooklyn, are en
tered In the Long laland Regatta. Tney have the
club opening this aiternoon.
It I said that the two well-known amatenr oars
men, Qoepfert and Regan, will row doable for the
Varuna Boat Club this sesson.
L. E. Meyers, the champion sprinter, Is expeeted
back from Australia very soon. 11 writes that
America ts good enough for htm.
Another amataenr walker has changed from
walking to distance runner, in the person ot Wm.
Baatie, of the Brooklyn Athletio Association.
C. T. Wleganda, ot the New York Athletic
Club, will attempt to break tne 220 yard hurdle
record at the staten Island Athletio Club game
"Oar Own" Association, of the Eighteenth
Ward, wlU give their nnuai plcnlo to-morrow.
Sovereign Clnb annaalntcnlo, Washington Park
Seventieth street and East River, this afternoon
The closing reception ot Weiss & Hsgemerr's
dancing class will take plao to-night at an East
Where He Shane.
fYM ( Jlarlfaf (M JYiYM,)
Blobson Dont yon think De Smith' accomplish
ment! In society rsther take the shine out ot
Dumpsev I donna I noticed at the recep
tion, the other evening, that Travis bad considera
ble shine left on th bsek of his cost yL
nave yon teen the picture of our Gov
ernors ? The most boautitul and Instructive
Bsrioa of picture ever issued. This valuable
collection, together with certificate for
album, is inclosed in every paclcago ot tho
Xurkiih Oroaa-Out " Oicarettea.
DelegatUn to the NsuUnaJ Convention.
Balng awan that Ihs tor bast aftarwUaasr asaochao
of th aaaaon war mad upon to patkllog fonadailoa
of BobtBotai, 8X0. thl sMQaialU Dry win ha boa
tneladsd la lb stars oa th spaslai tealna let Si.
If Unanimously Hominated He
Party Interests Greater than
Willing to Make a Personal
Significant Interview with ''The
firlCJAL TO TBB WOBLB.1
Columbus. O., June 2. The RtpuhUo has
the following interview with Judgo Thar
man: Reporter Tho wholo country is clamoring
for Thurman for Vice-President, and what
are you coins' to do about that ?
Judgo Thurman Well, I hardly know. It
would not ho very proper in ono to decline a
thing that had not boen tendered him. For
years I havo tried to bo left alone
hero with my wife in this den
(epealtlurr ot tho library) and these friends
ot rnino on theso sholves, but somehow they
won't permit mo to live in peace.
Uoportor If tho nomination is given you,
oven aealnst your protest, would notyoufeol
it your duty to accept ?
Judge Thurman I havo tho highest regard
for President Cleveland and sincerely hope
he will be ro-elcctod. If I thought
that my namo would add any strength to the
ticket I am willing to make a personal sacrl
flco for tho interests of the party.
I certainly should feel very bad, should the
ticket bo defeated, to think that I liad
deolined if my namo would havo strength
ened it. ' Of conrso, it is only upon the con
dition ihat tho nomination comes without
any struggle that I can accept.
JUDGE THUBMAX WILL ACCEPT.
Mr. Powell, of Ohio, Will Present III Nnme
for the Vlee-Prealdnncr.
(irrcIAL TO TBI WORLD. 1
St. Louis, June 2. Sir. T. E. Powell,
dslegate-ht-large from Ohio, and several
other friends of Mr. Thurman, held a con
ference lost night with him at Columbus.
Tho conforonco ended with the under
standing that Mr. Powell Bhall present Mr.
Thunnan's name to tho Convention for Vice.
President. In fact, Mr. Powell has authority
to placo Mr. Thurman in nomination. Mr.
Thurman has decided to accopt if the nomi
nation is tondercd nnanimously.
Ho said to Mr. Powell : " I am reluctant to
permit the use of my name, and would much
prefer tho nomination of another. Of courso,
I sanction no scramble for tho nomination,
nor will I permit the use of my namo in caso
of a contest.
" It has been represented to me that by go
ing on the ticket with Mr. Cleveland, I can
strengthen the causo of tho Democracy und
add to the oortainty of its success. I do not
know how this may be; others must judce, ai
to that; but if my candidacy will make euro
tho triumph of the Democracy ill tho coming
contest. I am ready and willing to sacrifico
tho eato and quietude that I havo boen enjoy
ing for the aotlvity and turmoil of tho cam
paign. ' There is no time in a man's life when it
is not his dutv to servo his country, and ho
who aids tho Democratic party to success this
year performs the highest and most patriot! o
duty that a citizen owos to tho publlo and
the cause of good government.
Mc Thurman may attend the convention,
ITe has been invited by tho Jackson Olub, of
Columbus, to accompany them here, and has
the invitation now under consideration.
nsgelraan Will Win She Match.
rsttClAL TO TBB WOBLD.1
BrBiNOFtxi, Maa., June (.The walking
match at the rink finishes to-night at 11 o'clock.
The raoe Is virtually decided, and the prize winner
will be Hegelman, $300; Vint, $!00; Day, $160; Sin
clair, $100, Old Bport and Tilly will also Onlsh.
Ilegelmsn ha not been i-nshed nee the first nay
or he wonld have broken the record, a he has
never been in better condition. The 2.80 o'clock
score w.: lleaelman, BtS; Vint, S03; Day, 801;
Blnclatr, W3 Cauipan., SOI; Tilly, sal.
New York Alnrkeia.
WniAT. December option opened t last night'
clotlng quotation Jo. Market was null but
firm, and by noon th quotation advanced to Mile.
cottok. Futures openea dull but steaiy, a
follow: June, o.BI; julr, 10c; Aug., 10 0i;
Sept., .7; Oct., .4 Nov., 9.86; Dec, 8.M;
Jan., f.44: Feb., 9.D3: Aianb, .; April, 8.00.
C-orrxt. At the opening the market was barely
steady at a dccllna of b to 16 points on near
months, and 80 to 40 points on far months. Jone,
14c: July, is. 45; Any., lt.bO: Sept, 11.86; Oct.,
ll.li: Nov., 10,86; Dec, 10. S3; Jan., ieb.,
March, 10.90; April, 10.98. Ilavra market qnlet.
Pxtrolbuu. Tne western ss In the oil market
continued thu mornlnr. At the opening tne quota
tion wa 77i point above la.t Qlght'l cloalng quo
tation. Lator on, however, Iho quotation declined
"Yes, I ahall break the engagement,' she (aid
folding her arms and looking oedant; ' It is really
too much trouble to converse wlia him; he's as
dsal a apost and talk Ilk he had a mouthful ot
mush. Besides, th way h hawk snd spit is dl.
? lasting." "Don't bresk the eng.gamtnt lor that;
ell him to Uk Dl. HAOtCB CataBkb ltlMSDT. It
will oar him completely,1 Well, I'll tell him.
I do bate to break It off, for in all other respect
he- quit top oturmlng." OX oourw, it eared his
auirh. V I
GEN. SHERIDAN SICKNESS.
II Patd a, Oontrortablo Night Pled at
the Action of Cansrea.
ISrXCIAL TO TBB WOSLO.I
WAsnntoTOH, June 9. Qen. Sheridan
passed a comfortablo night. lie suffered no
rconrrenoo of heart trouble, aud at 0 o'clock
this morning his condition was about tho
same as it was at this timo yesterday. Borne
ono of his physicians was with him through
out tho night, and Mrs. Bherldan is now In
tho sick chamber. Tho General's cough is
less severe to-day.
Yesterday when the General heard that the
bill making him a General had becomo a law
he btightoned up considerably, and said to
Col. Mike Sheridan, who commmtinicated
the news to him : " That was kind of them,"
The four attending physicians held a con.
sulfation at 9 o'clook this morning and issued
tho following bulletin i
Qen. Sheridan continues to hold his own. There
ha bean ao return of alarming symptom. II
passed a fairly aoud night and had sufficient sleep.
Along towards morning the General was
thrown into a iolcnt paroxvsm of coughing,
but no alarming results followed.
At 2 o'clook there wa no material change
In tho Genoral's condition.
"FATTI" GROTB OCT FOR A LARK.
A Heavy - Weight Wrestling match nnd
William alias "Fatty" Oroto, who weighs
400 pounds and carries several election dis
tricts in tho Eleventh Ward in his vest
pocket, was out for a lark lost night. Ho
was aocompanied by Donnis liooney and
"Fatty's" friends took a sign, "No pool
beer sola here," off a hook in front of a wu
loon at Fourteenth street and Third a enuo
aud adjusted it on a woman's buBtlo. It did
not worry tho woman and it created a great
deal of merriment. Charlos Mack, of 104
First avonuo, stoppod up to " Fatty " nnd
" You aro not in tho Eleventh Word now.
You can't run the Seventeenth."
Fatty retorted angrily and the two ollnched.
Tlioy struggled wildly for two minutes.
Fatty won al out to fall with crushing effect
when Policeman Fisher arrived on the scene.
Maok was arrested on Fatty's complaint,
and tho policeman arrested Fatty's two
friends. At Essex Market to-day they wore
AT BOSTON. ,
Pittsburg 001000000 1
Boston 4 101U0U0 6
Ilttiburg Ba.e hits, 8; errors, 8,
llostun fisso hits, 18; etrors, n.
Vatteriea-Oalvln aud Miller; Madden and Kelly.
Umpire Mr. Lynch.
Philadelphia. 0 0 10 0 10 6
Chlcaro ., 0 3100000
Batteries Buttllnton aud Clement; Boroher
and Farrcll. Umpire Mr. Valentine.
Washington tl 0 0 0 0
Detroit 7 10 0 1
Batteries Ollmore an l Mack; Conway and Dan
iel., Umpire Mr. Daniels.
Baltimore a 3 0 1900 $11
Louliville 0 301000 1 S
Uanie called at the end of eighth Inning.
Batteries Cunningham and O'Brien ; Stratum
and Cook. Umpire Mr. McQuald.
AT BiLTIBOBB-SBCOKO OAKB.
Baltimore 0 o 1 a 0 o 1 ,
Lonlavllle 0 0 0 0 0 2 8
Batteries Smith nnd Trott: Ramsey and Kerlns.
Umpire Mr. McQuald.
Athletic 0 00.00000 00
St. Lout 0 0011200 4
Batteries Seward and Robinson; Hudson and
MlUlgan. Umpire Mr. Doesoher.
Cleveland 4 $600
Kansas City 8 0 4 0 0
Batteries Oberlander snd Ziminer: Foot and
Daulelf. Umpire Ferguson.
at jersbt crrr.
Jersey City 1 0 o 1 6 2
Allentown. 0 0 0 0 0 0
luiterus Pyle and Reltschlager; Bsrrett and
Williams. Umpire Mr. Connelly.
Wllkesbsrre 0 0 1 2 C 1 3
Llmira 10 0 0 0 0 0
Battines Fitzgerald and Dowse; William and
Mouuey. Umpire Mr. callanan.
Scranton 1 3 10 0 4
Blnghsmton 3 0 0 0 3 0
B.tteric Jacobs and Ewald; Chapman and
Collins. Umpire Mr. Brady.
Newark 54300003 14
Eatton 0 0000000 0 0
Batteries Miller and hullivan: JJlckelJohn aod
Burke. Umpire Mr. Holland.
Albany 0 0003000 1-8
Rochester 08033010 9
Aluany Baie hits, 10; errors, H.
Rochester Base hits, 16; errors. 4.
Batteries Rtaruon snd Weckbacker; Barr and
Toy. Umpire Mr. Taylor.
Troy 0 1 83000006
Byracuie 3 B a 0 0 1 0 0 10
Troy But hits, 6; errors, 8.
bv racuae Base nits, 14; errors, 4.
Ilatlertea Zerln and Daly ; Murphy and
Walker. Umpire Mr. Sullivan.
London 0 0010110
Batteries United and Jordan; Jone and For
VI. Umpire Mr. Hoover.
Yale Defeat William.
AT NSW UAVCN.
Ttl 0 B 8 0 0 1 1 3 08
William 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 04
U.tterlea Hey worth nd Dann; Watson and
Clark. Umplro-Mr. Kelly.
No Nevrabsr tlnme nt Uorbeater.
IsrsriAL TO TBB WOULD.)
Rocuestbk, Junes. IUIn to-day prevent 1 th
game between the newsbovs of the FoU-Kxvrrtt
and the Detroit Journal en am pious.
Tliey Piny "Tim livening World ClaTolte."
At Hosier & Blni'sTnR KvsNiNO world Garotte,
composed by Miss Uenslette Msrksteln, hs beau a
aucceaalul featore of the week' programme. Al
the matlue to-uar and th entertainment lo-nlght
Mia Alexandra liamuar nd chorus, Mis. Polly
MfDoo.ld, tne Quaker City Quartet, Mia Urao
Atberton, the Veut mla and Mia Atarle McNtll will
contribute to the success of tno progtammc
The polios are very Indignant over the condnot
of the driver of engine No. 14 In persisting In
driving hi team tbroagh th lire on Filth avenu
on parade day. The engine wa returu'ng from
drill and broke up two police battalion in Fifth
avenu below Frny.flrat u The Fir Oumnii.
alontrs will be asked to make aa official Investigation,
. . JMoer-IIoldaleou So. ..
I IsUaldrr, bajwrUUoulBltMT.WTsUbuk!..
ftJlteSvi1uljyjjrj ivtiSttfffrt k vJB$&ttnBS.
Dr. "De Mein'a Long Imprisonment
for No Offense.
Honorably Acquittod After Throo
Aceneed of Mnnelaughter In a Cneo Tfant
Appear to II nn Accident. II Dor Not
Even Get a Hearing Alter III I.nvryer
Dmand It Coroner Nagint Take Up
tho Oaae Thl Afternoon.
Dr. Charles Do Mein, tho Superintendent
of the lodging-houso at 450 Third avenue,
who has boen iu tho Fiftr.sevonth Street Jail
since May 11, when he was committod to
await tho result of injuries to Anthony B.
Fisher, who charged Do Moln with having
violently ejected him from his house, was
brought beforo Coroner Nugent thia after
noon. Fishor diod a weok ago last Monday at
Bellevuo Hospital, from alcoholism, and
through unacoountablo ncgloot on tho part
of tho authorities, De Moln has not boen able
to obtain roleaso or act his case brought up
before tho proper omcials.
Tho lodging-houso of which ho was tho
manager is connected with the Madison
avenua Presbyterian Church, and Dr. l'ark
hurst and sovcral Influential menibors of his
congregation who claim that De Meln is en
tirely innocent of the chnrgo, havo employed
Asst. Corporation Counsel Henry H.
Twombley to see that tho prisonor obtains
Mr. Twombley sold to-day that ho notified
tho Coroner's office last Friday that Fisher
had died, aud ho desires that the case should
be brought up at once, iu ordot thatDe Main
might be givon his liberty.
lie expected tho caso to be called early this
week, but after several dayii' delay ho wont
again to tho Coroners' ofQco j esterday and
found that no Coroner had been informed of
tho case. And ho at onco brought it to the
personal attention of Coroner Nugent, who
ordered an investigation to be made.
Do Main says that ho used no force to ojoct
FUhor from tho house. Tho man wont out
of his own nooord when told that bo could
not havo accommodations and fell on tho
sidewalk after going down the steps.
Ills injury was not a serious ono, and his
death vtos dup sololy to the effect of intern.
Seranco, for he was seired with an attack of
clirium tremens almost as soon as he
reached tho hospital. .
At the CoroLcr's ofllco no explanation could
be given of the failure to bring the case up
when the notification waa given last week ox
cent that the Coroner had ao many case to
attend to that be conld not hare reached this
particular one boloro.
Dr. De Meln was brought before Coronor
Nugent Into this afternoon. ,
beveral witnessos testified that Anthony B.
Fishor. for causing whose death Do Meln
was ostensibly hold, received his death by on
accidental fall from the roof of the lodging
houBO at 460 Third avenue.
Tho jury promptly returned n verdict of
accidental, death, and fully exonerated De
Meln. Tho Coroner ordered that the doctor
be released from his unjust imprisonment,
and he was sot free.
Lady Admirer. Colleg Yell and Good Dnll
Plnylnc on Jnrvl Pltld.
BT STX CIAL WIBB TO TBB BVEMIRO WOSt B. 1
JAnvis Fibld, Oiunatpor, Mass., June
The championship game between the Harvard and
Princeton College nlnea thl afternoon wa played
In tne presence of 3,600 enthusiastic college lads
and tbelr lady admirers.
The game was announced to begin at 3 o'clock,
but the manager ot the Princeton nine telegraphed
that his Uaru would nbt be able to reach Cam
bridge In sesson to begin st that hour.
The number of ladles In attendance at the gam
wa far In exceaa of any previous gsm, fully lour
hundred of the fair sex being on Ihe ground.
Umpire Billy McLean called liar at 3. 15, with
the two tems In the following positions:
I'bincxton. agrnhursl, sd b. ; Uurrell, r. f. ;
Dana, 1st h, ; Hutchinson, I. f. ; King, 3d b. ;
Ames, e. ; Prince, s. a. : Wall, r. f. ; Mercur, p.
Hakvabd. Campbell, S.H.: nalllvau,Sd b. ; Boy.
den. c.f. ; llemhac, c. ; Wellard, 1st b. ; Baioi,
p.; Kuowlton, Lf. ; Quickcnbo.s, 8d b, ; Rowland,
' Harvard scored lla run In the flrat Inning on a
three-bagger br (lalllvan and a single by llensnaw.
Prluceton stored her runs In the flrat on errora by
Hrnshsw, Oalllvan snd Hoyden, and a single by
In the third Inning nemhaw snd Mllsrd
pounded Mercur's lurves hard and oy the aid of
two bates on ball three runs were scored for the
cttmson boys. ....
In thefouttli a single by Rowland and a three
bagger by Boyden earned another run for the
The fielding ot Henshaw, nates, Mercnr snd
Price were the leiturcs. Harvard scored Its run
In .the sixth on slug.es by Wellard and Uallivaa aud
a pained ball.
BCOBB SV tNNINOS.
Harvard 1 o a 1 0 1 0 0 1-T
Princeton, 8 0000000 03
Harvard Bare hits, 10; errors, S.
Princeton Baae hits, 3; errors, 10.
"THE EYE.MNG WORLD" STILL W1NR.
Hovr the Newsboy Mnde tbo Flynway
Chan the Pllvo Hall llila ftferalitg.
A baseball, hot from the end of a well-swung
bat, plunged through the window of the New
York Vssebsll Club's dressing room, at the Polo
Grounds, thl morning, much to the surprise of
Msnsger Mutri and several of the players, who
were Insl It.
capt. "Jake " Hener twnng the bat which sent
the ball, tnd he and the rest of The Kvkniko
Would Newsboy nine were bsylng lo's of fun with
Ihe Flyaway Baseball Club at that time. The game
wa. the one po.tponed from last week on account
of ralu. '
1 1 er were a trifle rusty, as a team-those Even
ino okld boys tor circumstances bad leu to
their taklug a somewhat lenstsy real; but they
at etully warmed up lo the work before Ihem and
fairly ustted out s victory with score of Slloi
Ther made to bate hita with a total of 34 bate. 'lb
Fiyswayseiriied one ot their runs, making 4 baae
bits Ith a total of 5 ba.es.
The two nlnea were msde np as follows, except
that In ihe last four innluea Kelliy snd lierzer be
came I its F.TB1INO World battery:
I.W.MNO OHi i. Mayer, n,; lierzer. Id b.;
O'Connor, s. a.; F.irrell, 81 b.; Uchteniteln, c f. ;
Relily. r. f. ; smln, . ; Islbot, l. r.; Psvls, lat b.
Fltawats. Fiool,Lf.:htrry,xJii.i tialiagner,
Sd U ; Curtail, c. f. ; Pateison, p. ; McUanua, lat
l.: ltyin, s. a. ; Myers, c. ; lurnea, r. f.
Mnagir"i.harlia"bmlib, of the Otoeolu, urn
p red the game.
Tur M'snino WonLD boy fielded a well as they
batted, executing ial dimcult play at critical
SCORB ET tNNINOS.
KVXNIMO WORLD 5 8 1 1 OK 0 S -39
Flyaway 001 1O00O0-8
In the eighth Inning Relily pitched out the first
three Flyswaja on strlkes.
A psxicioo aiema panar m ruaii la Uaf4ft4 la
taoiiMt ZBBJUM CaoM-Vin CiaAAJJXTJtl, V.
Thoy Aro tho Real Artiole and Can
Clnoinnatl Beaton for the Fourth
Time at Washington Park.
Brooklyn ... 15
Cincinnati ... 6
tsrtct At, TO TBB WOBLn.)
WAsniNOTON Pari, Bbooelvn, Juno . Forth
fourth time this sesson the two leaders In the As
sociation rse met at Wasalngloli Park, and fully
flic thousand people assembled to see lf Brooklyn
could make it four straight.
Btulth, the star pitcher of the ClnelnnaUs, held
forth for that club, while Bobby Carnthers wu
expected to win the game tor Brooklyn. Carnthers,
In Ihe gsme he pitched agitnit lb Red on We ines
day afternoon, was hit harder than either Terry
or Hughes, while Smith punled toe Brooklyn bat
tera for thirteen Inning on th morning of Mem
it did look as thsoch Cincinnati btd ailtfht
mortgage on the game, The day wu one for per
Toe club stepped to the plate si followit
Plhkney, Id b. Carpenter. 8d b,
McClelfan, lid b. Corkhlll, td u.
Orr. 1st b. U'Counor, o. f.
Fonts, r.f. Relllr, lstU
Btnitb, s.s. Feonelly, ..
O'Brien, I. f. Nlcol.r. f.
Radford, c. t Smith, p.
Larnihers, p. Tebean, 1. f.
Butnong, c Krsnao, c
Umpire Mr. Olffntr.
Just previous tj th opining ot th gam thir
teen of the Brooklyn aggregation, Mr. Gaffoey
and the Cincinnati nine placed thetmelve on and
about two ruatlo benose near third baae and were
photographed. Tne camera did not break.
The beaaty how taken, the home club went
Into thn Belli.
First Inning For Cincinnati, Carpenter struck
sharply to l'lnkney, whothrewhttn out at nrsu
Corkhlll foaled to Bushong. O'Connor wu given his
base on balls, stole secouu, went to third on Busa
ong's overthrow, and scored on Radiord' failnfo
to stop last ssme wild throw. Helily went out on
a grounder to Orr. One run.
For Brooklyn, l'lnkney led off with a elf aa hit
to left. MeUlellan took first on balls. Orr hit sat
between abort and third, l'mkney acored and
MSo took second. Fonts' saerlfloe advanced both
men a base, bmith new out to right. Then
O'Brien bit lor two baes, and two more men
crossed the USto. Radford' two-bagger along
Itft foul line sent O'Brien heme, anil carnthet's
double sent Radford acroaa th plate. Buiaong
kept the funeral moving by a single torlfnt,
O.ruthera scoring, l'.nkney graobed th aa for
the second time, and wu sent to first on balls.
McClellan struck oat, - six runt.
Becond Inning For Cincinnati, MeCleltan 'ratdl
a pretty itop ot Fennelly' bard hit and thelartfr
was out. .Nlcol hit safely tn centre snd went to
third on 8mliht nagit to left. Tebeaut dohhi
tent Nlcol home. rJmlth wa oat attempting to
score on the samo hit. Keenan ended things by
hitting a grounder to Oir, Who threw to Caruthets.
On ran. . .
For Brooklyn, Orr hit safely put second.
Foutz's ground hit to Retiiy gavd a. chance for
a double, bat the latter threw wildly, and both
men were sale. Orr acored on Hmltu' single to
right. O'Brien's iscrlDce sent Foutt home. Rad
ford wss out second to Brat, Carnthers hit for
three bv and Smith scored. Buhong wu laird
out Fennelly to Relily. Three rans.
Third innmz For Cincinnati, Carpenter bit
ufely over Smith's head. Corkhlll lined oh lo
right for a base. BnsnoBg threw Carptnter out at
third. O'Connor filed bat to FinkAey. Riley filed
high to Foutt
For Brooklyn, Plokneylitrnck out. McClelUa
fooled out to Keenan. Orr batted his third sale
one. Corkhlll mad a beautiful catch of Fonts'
Fourth Inning For Cincinnati. Fonts mad a
grea? catch of Fenneliya Oy. Plhkaey gathtrod
Nlcol' foul, bmltb hit an ay one to Caruther
and waa out at flr.L
For Brooklyn, O'Connor took Smith' flr. Car
penter caught tho fonl knocked by O'Brien and
Fifth Inning For Cincinnati, Tebeau fouled out
to orr. caruther. pitched a tet.er to Keenan and
be knocked a two-bagger to left centre. Carpenter
hit a liner to McCIellau who caught It and touched
STond. A double plav.
For Brookljn, Carnthers filed out to Nlcol.
Bu.bong wtnt out Corkhlll to Relily, nd Plnkney
filed to O'Connor.
blxtb Inning For Cincinnati Corkhlll took first
ou MiX')ellan'a error, hiimn'a error gave Lorkhtll
etoncl aud O'Connor flrat. Relily hit Bafely.
Corkhlll scored and O'Connor went to third.
On Fenneliy'a single O'Connor scored, but Relily
was (.aught trying for third. Fennelly had tatea
second on the throw to third and went to tnlrd on
a paaied balk Nlcoll hit to Caruthera and was seo
oud out. Then Mnltn knocked a three-baser, Fen
nelly icorlng. lebeau struck out. three runs.
For Brookljn, McLlellan died to Fennelly. Capt.
Orr made his fourth single of the gam snd stole
second, kin'iklug Corkhlll down and turning a
double sninerisurt himself.
He took third ou routa'a slnglr. Fennelly msde
a good try lor Smith's hot one, hut was unsuccess
ful an I Orr scored. Fennelly' error of O'Brien'
groander let Fouiz In and took Smith to second.
Radford popped a flr, which carpenter tnsffsd
and threw to third. (Jaffney said he did it pur
posely and declared Itadford oot, not allowing the
torch caruther wa third out, Corkhtii to
Relily. 'two runs.
t-cventb Inning For Cincinnati, Keenan and
Carpenter cai.h hit for one base. Corkhlll knocked
a high fly to Fotnz, who made a wild throw to the
piste ami Keenan soared.
O'Connor struck out, Helily wu third out Mo
Cleilsn tu orr. ono run.
For Brooklyn Ituihonz bit for two bates. Car
penter msde a wild throw ot Pinkney's hit. Mc
C'ltll n Hied to O'Connor.
The crowd becsme suddenly nnliy u Orr banged
out bis fifth hit and Buihong scored.
O'Connor muffed Foutz's fly and Plnkney scored.
Orr scored on Smith's single anJ Fouls took third.
He scored on O'Brien' sacrifice. Radford wu
third out on a bounder to Re lly. Four runs.
In the eighth inning Cincinnati made 0 and
Cincinnati made 0 In the ninth.
SCOBS ST INNINOS.
Cincinnati 110003100 t
Brooklyn u S 0 0 0 8 4 0 015
Carl Sehurx Is honored at a Berlin featlvsL
Kalaer Fritz goes to Potsdam In a yacht covered
The citizens of Burlington, VL, give Minuter
Phelpa a farewell l auquet.
Spsln declines the Invitation of France to be rep
resented at the Pans F.xhlbitiun.
Th Internitlonsl Art Exhibition at Munich Is
opened by I'rluce Regent Lultpold.
'Ihe English order tne French to evacuate'
Man re laland. wMch they recently seized.
Alynchlug mob In Mrnqna, Wis., hang a man
acuuaed of murder Iu an atwtupt to make him con
fess. A Chicago msn treat, a friend to cigars, and the
latter ther.npon cuta off th other's left ear with a
razor aud runs off with li.
The people of tjaytlUe, L I., inspect that
Fanner Darkaw ha. made away with his sun Carl
aud want to have blm arrested,
The Coarblnn Club, spring Drive.
The annual spring drive of thu New York Coach
ing Club took place thl morning from the Hotel
Brunswick. 1 be destination of the party Is Mr. W.
K. Vsndtrbllt' oountryet, "Idle Hour," which
is near Oakdale, U L The party will notrtturn
until Monday ntgau
Rbobbatiob aaouNDS. Long Island Cltr, to-morrow,
fcxMATona VS. 4UUT0NS. jrust LaagM saau.
1 1 nil 1
tiOOSIERS BEATENa M
New York Continues to Ddfedt tl , H
Indianapolis Men. - "fH
Tlornan, the Favorite, Badly H
Hhrt In the First Inning"'- H
New York . ; . 6 H
Indianapolis - - - d" 'H
flrtMAtTOTBBWOBLS.il ' i'l
Polo Grounds, Jnne i. About thrtt thomasdr St
spectstors greetd the Indianapolis Club nponthslr - 'lal
first appearance oi the seuon at th Polo Orourii' Jnl
this afternoon. The day wu1 watrd add brSgnt, ?Ibbbbb1
with a light east wind. Th bilterle werKeei InH
and Bwtng for Nw Yerk and Boyle and DUy tat ' al
The batting order was u follows t , ( iaH
HXW TOBK. ltDliNATOLli. ''wH
Oore, L f. Bints, c f, JIbbH
Tiernan, r, f. beery, 1. 1. 'isM
Ward, a. a. Denny, td b. t!aaBl
Ewlng, . BBMett, (JTb. .$HM
Connor, 1st b. Qlai.cock, a. a. vJObbTI
Hiaucn, o. f. McQaehy, r. r. ' '' r?2WU
Rlch.rdsoo, d b. K.ierbrook, lit b. v0bb1
Kecfe, p. Duly, o. ",7JbI
Hatfield, 3d b. Boyle, p. ' H
Umpire-Mr. Decker. " " 'MM
Play ws called at 4 r. m., with the Gltnut,th, aH
bat. Qor struck oat. Tiernan bit the first ball,, ss!
pitched to centre Hold for a base". 11 stole second "H
by sflnesllde. fltshand wis severely Ihjufe'd td1 'H
the operaMoo, and Fpatfr wu at toMooodta, H
tike his place. Ward drove a liner Into D nny'i n'V igH
handaand Foster waa caught off sscoadb7'D'' 'JQbsssbi
quick throw to Bassstt. ,, . , , SsbI
Foster went to centre- and sisttiry to right ficldY1. '-fll
nine, drove a grounder through liaiqeld'a hsnda j ' iJsBsl
and went to first, beery abd Denny went but oa ' . VJM
strut. Bassoii'i.ltttlk ground ball wu flefoW TH
Into Connor' handa by Beefe. .,,,. , ..-..j,. ''3B
Second lnfrlng-E1iDgriw bnt to DeAftil ayft sbsbi
gave copnor a base . on Ttai. .H gl soa4ai B
Buttery' but al first. Richardson wu retired, ws Jsbbsbi
(a grounder tn Qlassuock. I ' ,. " JUVi., ),;nBal
Olaasoock fell a victim . oa a llttte rroandi to IbbB
Keefe. McOeacby- went oat On k Similar ntt' to jobsbI
iRiohardson. Dade Etsrbroos: was greeted 14T bbsbI
Warm round of applause when he flopped to the WmU
plat, lie gave tn paollo ad Imitation ot a aaV 'Jbibibi
going out at flrat on a grounder to Richardson. ,. , l"jvbbsb1
' Third Inning Keefe's grounder Was Defter) tor '
flrat by Olaaieocm llalfleld flaw out to McGeachy, "9bbbi
ahd Gore fouled ovJo Dally. , , , , ' AsbbsbI
Dally sirack .opt, Bayla rxjpped asaf fiyotdf . 'JbbbbbI
Ward's head and-ent to firsu nines perished on , X-lB
sirk.s. Doyle rati aown to tccorid on ftpauta '-Jf!H
bslb J wa lot there on Sieryl out trosa JiteMi VbsbsbI
ard.on to Connor. jhebbsbI
Fourth Inning Fostsr tdok first onafTOBaJerf ':sbsbb1
which ws fumbled by Bsasett. Ward banted t, H
bin down tne filieherr path and beaut td firsts 'fH
Foster ran down to oona. Both rnrht leered oa i JbB
KWlOg's two-bagter to left centre, R wing going to, -jksnl
third on th throw In. Butk soared on rJonBorw .3bbbsbi
single over second bue. Ulatiery flew out. to, J9bsb1
Seery. Connor WM caught stealing second. 7Els-11 'SbB
ardion flew out to Esterbrook, Three rhas, ,. JtsTsnl
Denny struck out. Daaeti fouled out to list- ''nassl
field and Olasscocfc was retired pa t groander to 3zbb1
Ward. . r 7. !
Fifth Innlhg Keefe fouler out to Dally. Fiat. bbsbi
Bald hit to Baaaett and wu thrown, out at flrat. ,4nH
core lined out. a two-bsgger to the rlght-fleld ' "fB
Plcketi, bdi wu left on Fosttt'i oat lrota Boyi t"' fifl
Ksterbrook. , , . . , '4bssb1
MeGeaohy flew oat to Keefe. tktsrfafoot'i atttU' ' "$M
cult grounder wu finely fielded by nataejd. DtUgt )9H
drove a Pfetiy tingle along the right foal line and. 'WH
went to first. Boyle wu retired on three a8el fll
trues. . - H
Sixth Inhlng-Wsrfl took first on a single lflW1 .-i&jH
centr field. U wu forced oat at. second 04" 4'1bssb1
Kwlng'shlt lo Esterbrook. Kwthg rh down to . $sssssb1
second on Connor' oat to Bsteibrooki BiaJtory 1jbH
fooled out to Denny. ' ,T.. ., iVn!
Hmoa flew ont to Oore. Beery wu retired est a vJbb1
grounder to Ward. Denny gdt to Jim aa, HH
bounder that went over Keefe' head and which. , JnTaTnTi
Ward stopped but could not field. Baiseit Hnnsf r -'H
Seventh tuning Rlchsrd'soh flew 6ut to De'nflr. ?bsb1
Denny msde grand right. banded atop of KteffVA 'icJI
K rounder, but threw terribly wild to flrat, sndU , Tjl
eef ran around to third before tne ball cooldba' ibbbbI
recovered, lie acored on Hatfield's eaertSee, Oore , t'dM
took flrat on s grounder, which Kiterbrook made s?H
no attempt to stop. FcterfitwouttoOlnM. oae "
run. , . , bbsbI
Olasacoek's eorkicrew fool Wis finely taken r ."bbbbI
Hatfleld. McOeachy flew out to Connor. KsHiV). y'M
break atruck out , , Ibbssb1
In the eighth inning New York ma40 tadSV-j '
Indianapoll o. 4&sbbbi
New fork made 9 In the ninth. '
Indlanapolla msde a JitaSBsssl
SCOKB BT DrKINOS. '1
New York....... 0 0 0 3 0 0 i 0 b6. $iM
Indianapolis .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A4' sbbI
Italn and No flan. ;rtfjH
Rain at Toronjo and Rochelter prltefltad bast 'JsbsbsI
games In those place to-day. SSbbsbs!
rtandlna of tho Clnb "Yraterdar, H
louacs. 'er AwooiArroB. far insBsl
. nn.U4l.fft. WK.tMi.braZ ,3aBEaBsa
Ohleago. .... 8J 8 .TOO Brookijm.... J3 .Uft. bsbsbI
lloaton 81 18 .818 St. toua,...i 1 0 iofH
Saw York... 18 11 .60 J OlnetaaalL.. 81 11 . 'MaTnBB
trolt ...... 18 13 .810 aahUUs...... 15 IS .Wa ftH
Pkiladalphla. 1 IS ,3i BalluMn . If ( .MS SnBsl
Pttttbur-... 18 1 ,S"0 OlanlaadJ .. U 31 .Its 'TJebsbI
UdianaiMlia. 10 at .SM hpuisTUla. ., 10 M .H dnH
Waahingtoa. S hi ,4 sfkoaaa (Hy. a 9 ,M TbsbI
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The Etruria got in to-dsy, having made the taei. H
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