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THE WINNER OF THE WITHERS BTAK?
MARCTS PALT'R OCOFN BADLY BEATEN?SiA!
?TE?TATPItS ANT? MtVH INTEP.EST.
The second Saturday of the spring; meeting of I
Westchrster K.iclng A s sor dation at Morris. Park SJ
full of pa yet y F.unnlng ra.-es are popular tl
year, If one Is to Judge by the number of people w
have passed the gates. The management did r
?xpeot so copious an attendance, and every pt
iramme was sold After all had been taken, t
Jemand was still sharp. This was uncommon. N
to luve arusjrrasaaMa taaugh for the visitors to
racetrack was odd and s;range. Hut hour con
the racetrack chle's look for the coming of such
host SsafJa the servi,-e on ;he SoCOnd?SVa ?lev?t
line was so penurious? On the opening day W.
Fvansivd had set aside so few ra.^e trains that t
BaaanS ava ?tilt cars srvrs crowded almost to tl
point of strangling the passengers l,cng ago tl
. vated trains t"1 ana not?e at because they ??..
packed with people almost as cruelly as the Bla<
Hole Of Calcutta was packed on the night
Jobs H, i*.*. (Guanal Hala jammed u
for many >ears. The strain was too severe ev<
for him. His mind failed He weal Into the cou
try for rest, and a country train rar. over him ar
killed him. Some people hoped that Mr. Franslr
would take warning from Colonel Hain's fata, at
frouM try to give the public a reasonahie aarvl
when he became the manager of the StSVStSd roa 1
Coloasl HaUO acted as if he were aax!p-,:s to nil
Morris park, nu; ins racstradk trains which m
~'.oU has put OS are ?ve;. f.-wer than those doif
ou: by Colonel Hstn
It va* astonishing that so many men nnd worn '
will wore well-cut elotbes and manners Which w >t
not uncouth went to Morris Park after they r;,
been tormented without sttnt by the Sacotid-avi
line and the surface line batweaa WUlls-avn as
the racetrack on th? previous Saturday. Th
United States Supreme Court has lasnrd an ex
hausttve decision rscsntly as to combination? In re
.strr.lnt o? Irada, poca the Untti Si ss Oran
Jury la this city intend to Indict lbs naanagers o
th?, Second-ave. elevated trains an": the ins linger
of th? surface trams from Wlllbvsve, to Morri
Parid Who S -t ns if they were in a combination t.
ruin racing? Isn't that a combinat!'.n in restrain
of trade" RarinK t? ehiofly s trade In these days
Yeaja ago some foolish fellow wrote of the turf at
"the ?rpert of kings." and many wnfer? have re?
peated this absurd parase until II has become nau
?toat'.ng. if the turf a rs really the "sport of
klr.gs," what sensible American, wit* a Found hand,
a sound body and a sound Bund, would ever look at
a rae?? Kings will soon be rushing violently down
a steep placa tato ases, s l Some of them may
Otsng Ml their crowns a lltth longer In BOBM bS B>
ward countrtes, but what Ini American ir.
1S37, In hi* sober senses, believes that kings are up
to date? The people must rule ere long ?'. ? -
lands in which they don't rule now. All thrones
mast fall SOOnar or later, and, if raeing Is not a
sport of the Amerl ?n people ratl r than a sport
of any kings whatever. It ought to be stamped out
In America without deiay
As to a king of the turf, that's another matter.
Ormnr 1? was a genuine kin?; of the English turf
A few years airo, and he earned his title by royal
n ? remonta of the highest type. He wouid never
have been crowned tf :.? had no: fought regally for
h;s kingship and gained II by d:nt of real mer!:.
Requital eras king of the Amer! an turf last year.
r.:;i he earned his title by dazzling triumphs. Octa?
gon won the Witheri- yesterday, but he's no king
: ? n - a kinglet, not even a prlncelet. But a
pria ?on perl ?.p.
M i ? Daly's Ogden waa aa oids-on favorita, and
a h:p troop of men and w;mcn and hoys and girls
raw him beaten abjectly by Mr. Beimont's octagon.
It was a rare May afternoon. James Russe',1 Lowell
aevei i lof a rarer lay in June. Although the
tV iond Avenue Elevated servies to Wtllts-ave. is
agonizing and the surface line from WUlls-ave. is
littie better. It v\ - I ? | I ators
w.io favv ;ne pulverisation of Ogden. Hear in mind
that Ogden won the Ful ? tl year, and won
KkM ,..<? I? arktak ka -i-nv. ! that be hn ' oualitv.
staying power an ? oo'irar?. Put jonn n.
Campbell trained him then Matthew Byrnes trains
h.m now. Mr. Byrnes is a trainer of lone uni deep
and s ? He ti ned several steeds il
high renown for Pier : L He has trained
many, Montana and other sw.ft runners for
U ? ; y. ?le hl - Still other quick
peje* ? searchers for other esmera. Rut to the
man who delves deeply into all the I anea which con?
tain ? annali a Americas turf it is piala
that Byrnps (:i\-\* trainer an I admired and honored
fohow-ettlzen and patriotic American as he is ? baa
no: always succeeded m getting horses thoroughly
: r first rsees ; rUcubur year I a ly
the ri rtb Ik ? arty. Dig mto them day and
: g ? and you will se< ? at w/yndham Waiden, John
j. Hyland and -T i ' M '. fferty. ai a rule, for
many years have get their : rses 1 roughly fit and
ripe ssrHer than Byrnes has cot his. P Mil y Octa?
- a better ram r than Ogdei ear. B it
If he |s he does not look so.
Wh? D I ? tagoa Snd I ?gd< a came on the tra- k yes
t. ? en In appearance surpasse I Oci
and looked the bettes moer la every Une. A ! I
appeal ?N,u one outside
of a lunatic asylum would deny that Ogden on
public form was ? M sevei pounds s ettei
? letsgoa wa iln H , i
: 1er : rse It la possible
gon 1 I ma i form s
yeai snd that Ogden has gone back. N<
! ? some men who bavi n i
th? last quarter ol irjr believe at this minute
? If J..hn J. Hyland had charge both of Oct
t,-on aad Og '?'?? and did his beat srlth both, In two
fron, now Ogden could outrun ( i-tai:..:, in an)
. ice from ten yards to ten mLes and do i
easily. And yet these p<
that - etter racehorse than Octagon, it
both wire thor? ? ini
j it wer completely ri; ?? and fit, may be en?
tirely wrong Many mistakes have been made on
: ?? turf, and this idea 'tiat Ogden, properlj
trail proi hereafter ma.v t,,- a
r ? ? n. liut i ?man.- Octa?
gon handsomely last year, and conceded a.
n Nothing can be i rt iln than
I?n In pi on and \\ ell ridden was,
t. the equ ment last ye ir He w.! i
? slunk away and sunk'.'
Many turf sages held I Oct gon, ogden, Orr.a
; ? ? Typhoon and all tl
of 1807 In th? 18 ?- re Inferior In class and
erb n Inner of i
turit) of 1S95 and of the Realisation of 1896. Ws
: on that point
The start fair in the Withers.
: There was
no fast i t of t mile. At the end
of th- ?-- en had shaken off Bannock
and s by two lengths, Octagon m
amootl effort in second place. Only
Regulator n?n? r
ha.', a kodai !?- ?: :n of ? :.I igon and
mestreich Ogden was
that Ogden wa itch him. Hut when
?.even furl .r.ps had I red. .'til of Og
d'-n's ape. . wa son? ii- moved If
1)" wer>- Short or work. Wh< :: ? horse "to;.*
-, ? furlong po^t in the homestretch, it is almost
certain i <- I work Neither Hand?
spring t. ?r ' was short of work In the
rs of 18LS". and they fought It out t the hit?
ter end, to the final I Ogden could do
nothing wit i t furlong, and Octa?
;tl !.'.?? Slow
t:rr ? of I IS.
I 1 no r.i e of any a. COU1 I
T ? ?? a* led o vet . * ? ? ?
.... _ ? .
: " . . ? ? : furloi -.? ? and
The experts who h^d plunged on Ogden I.'.mus"
of his .ist .? ? form wen it rlj disappointed
over the o ???? h Byrnes had sent the
: ? ? ? : It 1- true that the
track w oder the surface. ,,e
f the ursday, and
? ? ? ? v But 1
by bo mi ans tl ? he Fut in
IsM Not the sam
T et It we ? ? ?
Previ >ua, the favorli race. Mlcl
?? i . ? i .i - .-1 i > i j. ? ,
f .-"?'? ?
to a tremend
?jeras of tl
?' ' ... A
- ? ? V,
? i W C
-t? ! ?bird met la
E ?'?'???_? - ?? ?
Ar? raining favor rapidly.
BustnuN men and travollera
carry therr. ?n .est pockets,
ladles carry them In purses.
housekeepers keep them hj - -j? ? clo.etlt
friends recommend them to fr.end? 2?*
REV. HENRY G, PERRY, LL. D.
Derives Immediate, Lasting Benefit From
Paine's Celery Compound.
Few professional men have had the. varied,
helpful, successful career of the Re*. Henry 0.
Perry, of Chirac...
A native of Philadelphia, he t.erarn? an honor
man of Kenyon College; was admitted to the
Ohio bar and Ucenaed by the ?supreme court of
Illinois, served as V. P chaplain under Own.
Davidson In the civil war He edited the Pa?
cific Churchman In Pan Francisco and be?
came rector of Trinity church In that city,
and In 1870 I ?ok charge of St. Paul's, now the
pro-Cathedral of Springfield, 111 Dr. Pern* la
now the eecotid senior priest In i Ity resid? i
Chicago. He yyrit-'s the following letter:
Chicago 111 . April 7. 1^1*7.
Messrs. Wells. Richardson <t Co
Dear Sirs:?Having Buffered severely from the
grippe during the winter, last month i began
taking Palne'a celery compound, a: tin- urgent
Instance of a friend who >?? mnmended it very
highly, l aoon fell it? beneficial effects, and deem
it a, speedy and excellent remedy In such east a;
so much so that I freely send V hi this Indorse?
ment, and cominea 1 Its us? to all similar suf
ferers. it is a boon to tbe sick. Truly yours.
Henry Q Perry.
Paine's celery compound can b? trusted to
make one well. The enthusiastic accounts from
n?nr friends and relatives whom It has cured of
kidney and liver trouble? or a general "run
" state of health civ? assurance to thou?
sands of th'' marvelous power of this greatest of
A thorough building up of the disordered ner?
vous system followa the us- of Paine's celery
compound It dispels harmful humors from the
hi "d, and inert asea Its i tlume and at the ??ame
tlm<? its nourishing capacity. The power of
Paine's celerj i impound over dyspepsia, skin
diseases, headaches, kidney derangement? and
other lleorders, la unquestioned by the most
Don't suffer from headaches, despondent spells,
Doelsncholla or any form of depresalon that
cornea from Indigestion or liver disorder. Trust
Pain.-'s celery compound. You w\\\ not lie the
fir-- person, nor the second nor th? hundredth.
n..r th.- thousandth it has permanently and
Ally cured of ;h- ibta
Tin- nervous system v. hen deranged is like a
clock without a balance wheel that g .e?? too fast
and strikes every feu minutes. The nerves r.eed
to be retrulated or they qui kly "run down."
Just as a clock would do The regular, unhurried
tic-tic-tl ' of the heart means that It !s working
In a healthy manner. Palpitation and throbbing
point to a dangerous lark of nerve f..roe, -h.it
sooner or later s lead to fatal heart failure.
At 'he first Indication of deficient nerve force,
be It neart trouble or nervousness, Paine's cel?
ery compound should be used to supply the
needed vleor. build up the waning vitality, drive
out disease and sruar'. against future mischief.
jn.fe.rs. wr.e h;.-?:,-.' eagerly, In The fifth nice
Premier, Tinge and < lasseopla wer? only snort he ids
ap<m. If Premier bad been a more eonslatent
hors? in the course of his career, his success would
have been mora popular than It area. Hut unfortu?
nately he baa been one .i the moat objectionable
In-and-outera ever known on the turf Tarai rode
him, and it was only hv his h.ir.lest work that he
sent him heme victorious Tinjre arJ fasseopia
? ? i . u .' ira, an I it
a ild he hard to three more despicable ar. l
letestal ? roarut I a three placed horses,
I'remlvr. Tir.e>- and Caeaeople.
The handlcappei Iclndlv rave the Ifeer-Torh
Bteeplechaae Handicap to Peconlc by p.ittlntr on.y l?
P nie made a enow of tl a
Held. lie waa ao far ? r to I t?m ail thit he
ought to have carried at leasi iv" pounds, as 1"
put on Lady Raymond Steeple basing will never
be mule popular In this country hv i ich. rid
handicapping si that. Peconl led al. the way hv
any distance he liked It was the ? i-i -t ])0?clMe of
- for him
Th? next day's ra ting at Monia Park SHU o? on
DETATXJ OF THE RACINO.
FIRST RACK?Pura? KSS; ?? ?ret? ti fot maiden,
three yean bM er n -r? i: llpaa e atrae.
i. f * W, r Thewjeeon'a h r W .
burst bi '?'? ntllator v" l ? n '"T n
I ts eut
n r, i???'! eh. r Eakln?, 110 . - 4?1 T?S
!.. K t. l Oaralde'a br 1- ? ' li"
; .. | fj c. j ; .
Imperator, 110 . Sima ?> fr?1 S?3
n. in; ........ ...!,. ..-.. " vi g?S
,. ?o? (Coy! '" 1 *?1
!".! la, 108 . ai lOPi . 'N-- ?? i". -I *-i
Woa aastly by a lengtl . a n?k beta m aeued ?r..t
SECOKO R^ni Pure? MSS; for two year side; sstBag
'-.:-.'?*. BcllpM conrea
M. P. Du ?-- - Previo Meddler
. inyald?, 100 11 -. ane) I T?g 1-3
C :? M ?' ?-, S ''? '? :1 e- Ui Bu Bel,
IOS ..... "horpe? S S? t S?1
A. H a, I?. il M tria ? b, r. -
ion (car. ?ioi. i ft i 2 ;
leen, w7 . iPnwerai ? n 1 I I
?T . h?1 'A? 1
v ion , ?r. 109?,).?!' SX? t) 0 S? 1
llenoln? 1??. . ? 0 0 i I 1
In.lian Summer. 93.(CorbU ?? 10 1 4?1
r, l?3 .illev tl 0 13 : * 1
)'?'. .? ?' |.. . r i > 1" 1 4?1
SI 1res, il.". .fPenni ? la 1 B?t
^>o r.n (car 1141 ra!) 0 S?l 3?1
I'.'-. il? . 0 15?J ii-1
Won handily bv a i.:.i;:.. ... - n ?e --ni ?ni
third aVACB Purea ll.SQO: aaadleaa r,n* tTli '>n?
B.x'?nth mitas, Withers e ara?,
F. U Parker'a eh. h. 1 ? Shot Far
andoia?Ouayaqutl. S yra.. il? lh a ,:-.-. i ft--i S?S
I On?, K Stable*? L. h. S:r R
J 4?1 S?0
V." C, Daly', br. h Voftay, 4, h? i ar
lf">) . t f. 2 4?5
Hanweii. 8, !'<?. . ,. ; 2 |
Declare ?V 101 . ? ..., - ? :( j
: -.- > Skater rt. Hfl .(Reimo B 1 S?1
1 ? '? ??. '?'? '??-. M n 1>> 1 4 1
i i'nim?-::, r., i m., p wer?) o ?e i ; i
: Pan.n'M. 6, S3 (car, b.-.-,..,,-,..:. ?ni |
Tin ? i ?Si,
Won in i?and by a head: IWO lent-th? between ?eeond
1 FOfP.ni RAr-E -'VOTHERg ITAJCgjg, for three year
old?. PBSSS SJJgg, VTftbera mile.
A. Relaaeat'a ch. e. rvtag r.. by Ra -
?< ? i ?-???t:.:. tt.? n. - , ; r, j out
? " ? ' ?- -'-' I : .'. oni
lame? R. Kern?? eh. c. Regulator, lid
(Hamm n .1 i?) t ; i
'.. 119 . - 0 10 -1 3?1
Won very - - * by two i?r.g-h-; : ar
! length? bet??en ascoad an l ?
niTli RACK CROTONA HIOHWETOHT HaVM?'aV.
puna 91.S00. Six i
m .? i in i ; .'. : 3 ;
?: - - i r. I ..??":.? art 3 4 1 - :,
.... . 4 |
." I3i ... 0 S?1 S?i
lia. .....,, ?,, . 4 ,
ii -. t?.-.,. fi i> te? i s?i
i .-. ist .m ? " k-i .' i
RU] , S !"?.. Tl ?: ? ?' ?'. 1 1?1
I. Ill ... 2,u_j K !
, no. (Ham ? ? 0 M : k :
- ? . ? r. tM Van K iret i 0 4?1 ? .'.
li'l . ,.-.-?'. I 1 "J i
SIXTH RACE ??EW-TORK STEEPLEtTHARE HARDI
CAP; perse, 11.300 Abut t? '
r !. .? ?? ? Pi
i. I- .| lia - :
lEngllabi l ? ??? l I
Gous rea ata I
17: I J ."t 1 I -
K w .il--. - el i- >i ?? ? : '.'
l.-i-p \- I S?1 8?|
. i i*T (I' 0 S? 1 X?1
a. h ... t, ?
ii?. I, 138 II ar. IWi ?417'.
Dr. Orimea. 4. 148 1? ? IS?I '1
147 li-handler) I ?'? 1 I I
? F. '; |-..fi -. ?
Time 4 4?
W | lu n walk by ten !?n^- ? ?!!.?? betWWJS
ai t third.
CLWTiyg GREAT JUBILEE RTAKEfl
i.'.i,.j' t. Mm :; ai ? i da
the KasBptfl . Para prlag an etiag te-dai M
D. Ru ser*! breara herse CHryd ?ti un old, wen
the baadlcap ol - sretgaa ??' ta eleventh
year of the Kempton Park Orea! Jubilai fltnkex
This ruce ia for three j tar-olds and uv*aid. Uie
p?ennd hors* fr, reeelv? 2im sovereigns and the
third MS sovereigns out of the stakes. Fourteen
horses ran over the Jubilee course ion? ml?, the
result in derail hein* as follows:
Mni-'.n D Sucker*? t.r. n. Crsrjd, ?tx y?a.ra old. by
naauolsrn - Btrathbroeh . 1
Captain - b K : ? u. flv* fears oil, by
Rltwarlln?Bonnie Mon. 2
Worton's Victor Wild, ?H, by Altert Vls
t - U\ ! Hurrtr-?*. 8
FIP.PT rUTUHITT AT I.nciPvnvi.E.
BAXKOCKBUVJI WDM THE MCI PRIZE IN O AL?
Lri'.iyllle, Ky , May 15.-With the fOlag heavy. In
a driving; rain and a driving finish, the first Louts?
tilla Puturlty of the LoulavuM J>*ke>- Club arai rus
la course to-day. With a field of thirteen of
the est ts Hjreor- Id eolts in the West, It was a
Siting Inauguration of ? ?>? of the he*t .?take? upon
?he American turf. "Umbrella" IfcOulgsa esrrled off
Iba prise, and when Ms brown coll Bsnnookburn
showed his heels to a Seid
f the ? of the West, Hou lar i .-.:. I
Bangle wen mpe II rs, and they fl ? ?
!.. bin i bim sei - : ? To
Morrison s i ] kbur longs ths ere 111
of vli ' town for alleged In?
compete? - tsted the flght of If cOuigsn
? g the turf world
finish on Ban
ed anj ? -, -
his ca Summaries
Pleat ia ' . IOS I ' !:? Iff). S to
6. won; O . - - . -
'? * ' ? ?' I. I ? . ': ? tlatk
i - . . i ! L*m ,?
?'?' rrleoni, 4 to 1. < I ,. ? ? - 4H 1
?n? *? ' i W., 1IU if. R*u a to gi.
? race. | , n?-h?if
:<???<? ,?? |6 .. <> '..
finer, tl Ik? .-? . |; ?
I of 1 ??? IV. * A. V .,
(M.a-rlson. 4 I I - ...
? ? - I , ?
n?a ft on i S I
third Time o fig**. ;?...., ?,
Mary Ka k, Florenao Ranlatai .:? ?maker
- "' ? ? HSU | m ? .
? ' ' ' I 11- (It Will
4 to 1 sad t to .'.. ?? n : m ? -.- .
to I, thlrrl. T.ma- 1:81
' ? . ; .
10 I i ? n Nancy t ???. ...
i and Ht ripe? rton). lo to 1
. . :?en ? i
lei ? Sm Von ?.-?.. ? ?'? , i..,| |
81*11 ? furlongs. Pool ag lot re n?>iff>
? to .'? won, Fretful. 102 (Doraej >. 8 to 1 ai
. nd. Nan -. 104 (J - ? i third Tlrna -
1:83*4 Maggie s. Mas?as Billot, Judith arj Malilla
KILFATRICE /N.Y UNPLACED.
i.on ion. May 11 Char] i B. Kllpstrtck, t;-.e Amer?
ican hslf-mtle champion, ran unplaced in the half
mi ?? open handle ip at 1 ipoi Hlay.
NEW FOI RTI! I LABS F08TM IBTEEE.
Waal 'i' rs s rs Q] appoint?
ment? of fourth-. :??>? | lay, of rrhl.ii
1 flfty-flva are basi i on removals after four
are removsla for otiiers reasons,
8 ' ? denths and resignation?
Kes I 'r. i, IfcKlver, rice Dewey
'onani ' Dean
rice a J <;.
? r. vi ?<? ii .;. Klckalaus, resigned; Holmes,
Van ? ? K< IK y. ??'?? David rned
M ? Ire, E H Whlti ? .? y ,.
1 .r..-, rer?i. red. !.. :.?? Hill Egbert .... trie*
: t Drei ? I : Seo i aera, Ss
A. .1 Waterman, R ? rd Whlttaker, res
burg, C. K. Da M iton Kltth n -
B. D Bttllwell el( .. ?
!:? ? I r* t i.! M ' F. Lan? ? . ?? J. 11 Bu?
tr?n, removei - B. fl ? ? 11 ?
V'lem a, \ vi- H i '.
Bart ron. removed; W F. C. K
M Henning, n ?
i llsbury, II " ' vice C F
ger, i ? I
TfSVelIlM 's I t f r:i-ll:>*firi1.,ii?
.... i i ?? ? asi rsseui
maseras "f tsssaieratMts I
,m,.? te thai n?? in
? ???. ar?
? ? ? , - ? i i The
: .. nd ???.?
.... t that Ilnatel
the a itara
? ? ? . . u? n n
i ? i aarvsus an
. ? ?--? are nm-nr. ?
. ? meaner* and ees km?? ?r? m?t
atihjert TT.??e an l StSStS rteld IS !"? ?="on ?' ,n? Blt
trra promptly and coropl?:?:y.
TIGERS DEFEAT HARVARD.
FIRST BIG GAME OF THF. COLLEGE BASE
Princeton. K. J. May H r^iweatoa aafeated
Harvard tills afternoon In the first champ? SSSblp
ha.?ehall game of the college seseen The tWO team?
were evenly matched la all respect* egespt hatting,
and the Tigers' ability to hit the bad won the day.
About four thonsand spectators watched the con?
test, which was Inn-resting sad well-played until
the ninth inning, when the Prtnestoa lauVtdera
took a r.ump and made mlsplays that accon-' I r
at least two of Harvard's runs. Bradley made
Princeton's first run. A has? on halte, Palue'8
error and a saertflee advanced the runner to the
third bag. from Which he sooted on Butler's sacri?
fie* flv to Bea>. Th? Tigers eeored again In the
fourth by bunming 'heir hit-., in the fifth four
more runs were a.!.led by n combination of timely
hitting and Harvard's errors Ths Harvard play
era were anuble ti set past se end base until the
nin'h inninrr. when Butler's errors nn.l scratch hl's
by Pain? and HsughtOO let In three run?. Score:
R?n^. ||. 1 n i o <. Bradley, ef. - " '- '? a
llauahtnn. lb., i l ?a ? o Ka?t?n '.'. 1 0 I 8 0
Baal? ef.0 0 8 0 0 .vm.vn. rf. i ' I a "
?canr.ei:. o? 8 o :i o i. Huiler, s? _ - f - ,; I
gtereneon, Sb.. 0 1 a 4 t Kelly, lb. 8 111 1 ?
Burs?!.?, rf.... o 1 .?ml'h. 2S. 0 1 .1 a 1
Deaa, 2b.O O O l <? K?fer, <?. o 1 :? 1 o
(T.and'?:. ?*. . . o ., i ., ,, i?,...?! r:,rv-i. 8b .no l 3 n
I'?m? t. . 110 4 8 Wilson, p. ? ? ? I ?
T?tala .8 4 2T I>1 .-. T-:al.? . H 8fTtS 4
Pl lamia?, .1 o n i 4 o o o o <i
Harvard . .i | I 0 ? o S?I
atentad n:-..??Trinket..n, t,. Two bas* hit -Altman.
?totea bases rtii?i?i and ':,i ton. Doubla ; .?>?? HUle
bra.r-1. Smith and K.- \\ . . l indler Hsughtnn ar,.| S. nn
n*i:. y\T> basa m ball? Off Pa i traca out :>>?
Wilson, .: :????? S '?'? ? : H her East) n. X;
Hurt??? Passed t-Mii ktsfer ami Brannetl. TlBBS
On? hour nrl 81 tl minute*, t'rriplr?????impbell.
Y A I.E. I: BROWN, 3.
rrovidetr-e. May IS Tala detestad Frown In n
hit contest to-day. Th" "Mrr." was full of exciting
situations. Brown bad the sr-o-o tied, 2 to t, ntl
then made ?f I to z. Tale made a brace, sept Brown
at five and p-ilicd to a fie In the seventh. In tiie
next lnnlnsr she rtin.l? th* winning run. Tsls 8Ut?
batted Brown, bul If BummersgUTs sunpi ri
beer, ressonsbl- clean ths Kan-..- would nava been
n n r:
Brown.o a 2 3 o o n o o .-, & 4
Val?_. o ?_? o c 1 n 2 1 o ?> ?? I
Batterie* gXimmerarlll nn>. Dona*; Qreenway sed 0
OXE MORE FOR CINCINNATI
srgjw YORK LOSn Tiii: last (?\Mrc OF tut:
Cincinnati, May II Thi Beds defeated Sew?
York in the i.is* game of I : -? nl series to?
day. In the third Inning Joyce was put out of the
game : y Umpire Bmalla for dlaputlng a decision.
W. ' ' :ir\'. m at to third base in his pises. At?
tendance, -t ?
.j r 11 ;???> a e r lb po a <
Furk?. It... 4 2 :; a 0 0 v it.?:??.- 4 8 I 1 S 8 1
il :? '.et 4 L 1 1 1 1 Tlernai rf.. 4 .? ?-? .
?> l'h-e. 2b. ? 1 ! I 2 1 .. 1 1 1 O S 1
Still?-, rf... :j 8 0 4 ! ."> " 'J i 1 8
V lui ! n. Ib, 8 12 8 2 1 - ill B 4 0
8b . ."? 0 2 2 S 1 ' . * '- - 1 0 0
schrtvar. e.. 4 1 13 1 0 Heck ley, ib.. 4 1 2 m 2 1
Rit they, ai 2 1 B I 3 I ?'? C... 2 0 0 4 S I
Dwver p... 10 0 1 1 '? Jeymour ;. 2 I * "
Rhine* p... 3 1 1 <> 1 1 W Ciar? .".rv ? ?? " .' 3 8
?m???- tin . 1 n n n n 1.
Total? .. .S4 O 11 27 1.1 2
T ?sis ...M 1 n -' 18 I
?naf.ci for Warner.
Cincinnati .:t 1 o 2 o 3 o o 00
Kew-Tork .t 1 I " 8 8 0 8 <>?7
Earned ru:.-- Cincinnati, 4; N>-n Torfc, a. T? basa
hit??Irwin, Rhine? ?. fi ? ? ?-.- Se* ? ri '.'. Cln
1 Stolei le?I 1 ble playa? ?'>m ur.
..'???-- . --
bat ..n bail? CMI .-?? n ur, - off R . t HH bjr
pltchT - n ? - - ? '
1. srud pli Bey* 2.1.1. L'raplr? Emails.
CHICAGO I; BROOKLYN, i
Chicago, ala; U ?Afi laving nearly given the
game away by loose fielding the I
and won out by bunching th?-lr hit? in the fifth and
sixth ' ghti ?'?? uble pli yt wei exi
tl r ? of th?-ni by the visitors. Atl 5,1
tii r l'jpni t r ibpo a ?
ircrm'x. Bb I 0 3 o 2 3 JrURn, of.... ? 1 I I O o
Danlen, ?a. \ i> O :t it ?? leave, if.S 1 OSO 0
Lanar?, of... S O 1 I ft '? Anderson, if. ?03191
? - ' 3 " o 1 0 O'.-h.n.!>. 31... 4 t> n 1 2 8
rf_4 : . i o u L,i---.'-.-e. ib 4 2 in i> ;
Decker, lb.. 4 I l 13 ?.inavaa 8b. ?0134c
!?'? - 3b.. 10 0 13 2 3 Smith, n. 4 0 0 ."? 4 0
atitti v- .1 2 -j 2 3 " v Smith o.. 4 " o O 3 u
infllth, p... S 3 3 O 4 0 Daub, i ...301031
Total? ...S3 rt It J7 11 4 Totals .34 4 S34 14
Chicago ._ O O o n 1 4 0 1 x?r,
Hi-* ktvTi. ?> 1 SI I S ?? 8 8 -.
I'aniel run??Oiiea?v>. 2. Two-baae hits M ? ' ?
Byma. KOOM nin?Ii?.-k?r. St..|?n baa?-f.nna". .I..ne.
An.leraor.. Canavaii. I?.ul'l? t.1?.vi??OrlrBth I'Hhl?n an i
La Chaaea (unaealated) ; '> 'n.ith. anj lx,
a ? ?? 'anavan. ?'.. Bral ; and Iji ? "h.-ir. -.-. Btni k
?By ? >rtf -r?. I. li-i?" :. ball? OIT Ortfflth, 2. oft Datil
Hit ? toe Tim.? l :BO t mplre U
.- ? _ _
r-iub?. W. L !? Club? W I, P.e
IB :i ? I .... S 10 IT?
Iphta ..M h ?A4 N-.u Tork .... ?'. 8 .408
irg 11 ?'? ''47 ?i- klyn .rt it
riatl !-' 7 ? . . .... S 13 83B
Lcut?r| '? n 6 B 13 .Tl
t? -? -.? 0 Sou St I. ail? .4 14 i
TWO OAMEfl IN CLEVELAND
Clevel ? : Mi t II ?' ' ?n xnd Cleveland t.:-ohe
even to-day. In ? : - gam? Cuppy hi : I ? ?
l two Innings to
v in the gan ? ewls |
In I me Me| '? rmoti pitched bis first
until the las! Innlnx. when the B
Ingles, two ioubli . me run, winning
t he ga m K t ten
R h :;
. i ? a ? g a e e x?s s o
-? . I . I.'"141
' ?? ? ' . ; - - ...'Mir.. Ie?v .
BE? ? m- a ' Mr..
P. H E
Cleveland . ? 3 ft i o o o o 2 o- n lo :
Boiton .- " 0 1 0 o 'i 0 4?7 13 1
?? ? ? . . ? . Zimmer K
and i; rw ;i
PITTflBURO, !; WASHINGTON, a
Ptttafa irg, M ?' '?' There was no spe rial feature In
i gai ? the good wort of Tanr
He kept the hits we i and bad ?Is saa
H ti R
irg . I? 2 0 0 0 0 O 0 t J f, n
.' 0 S o o?e s :i
. Bus ???:. . Star ? r a-: 1 If
BALTIMORE, I BT LOUIS, 3.
Bt, Loo >. May IS v I ; ' ire I r>ked a'lke to the
r.aitirror- teen to-day. Pttchcn of all kinds were
tried, but Baltimore trot twenty runs off. them
tgalnst three for the Browns, Hutchinson, I
and I.. ? .?>:" bII auffi red. aras an i groa
to the Browns. Attendance, ! .? The .v-ore.
R II F
Bl ?? ... .i ft t ft 1 ft i", n t :; ,; -,
... .0 :i 2 .'.4 12 :: x 2?> 33 I
l: ,t--r i Hut '?"? ! ? El ?-?? gl - SB ! I
.1.- . - ? . ?
? RANGE A. C, 11; LEHIOH, T.
Orann.'. N J , May IS (Special), The Orange Ath?
lete?! y teem on
a li :?-.-.
. tile tennis
being .i ' The score by Innings:
ai .s s a i o s 3 ? s?H
te- . * . i e s e e? i
10 nga, i.
RAILROAD MEN AMONO THE PLATER!
ting i am? was |
I'.ir!-. ? ? ?
? ni the Grand ? B One team was
fr .m '
: - wen ?'?? :-.
: l.ydi I ke, K e? M< Aullffe,
i?, r rnti'- an.I il.... I >; .
.m . . H . Schaff, i. ? hmulli ? end Melville.
' ? ? ' ' Doollttli t m tur..
BR OAMEfl TESJTERDAT.
????.'. ? Pr . Id? ? ??. : Reran.
? . i
t Point ' lei an, li \\ ? a) Point, 6,
A? il mot er. N. I vVIUIaatx, 2
\. Kl ihm . -Pan I; Richm md, 2.
M Bpi i leid, n.
- ' ?!. 14,
v. Ilk? . , , . ,
Kx j \- tics. I Lancaster, G.
x- v loin, S
; n AI. BLUE LINE
.,, i; PKILADEL1 HIA, P'?; TIMOR! AND
. . la May 1 tralai ail] Jeav?
S?w i i Ral i 1 <?f New J
? a '
' | r I'i ?- l< Iphla, at 4 '? k I 18 !'. M A M . LE
t 130, 4. 4.S0, ? ' HU md
it 4 ?, I U l! M A M t, 4. ... oc M . i:.i.=, md;.
F .r ! ind vVaar-lngton, at V 1ft. u ?j a
M . -'. 1-E, -? " P M 12-11 rr.dt. ri.mljjj, lo, lia)
M , 2. a, ?. P. M.. aU nie:. ,?,
XEWS ABOTT THE TACHT8.
BOATS BEING PREPARED FOR 8UMMKR
Among the yacht* which will go In commission
about Memorial Day Is August Belmont s Mine?la.
Bhe |s now at Manning's Basin. South IBrcekJyn,
where work la being done to tit her for the summer
The itinerary cf the Atlantic Yaebt Club's annual
ertdse wn? BKr~~A upon last week at S "Or.ferenee Of
the ofTWr.? of the club and the Regatta committee
The following are the dates: July 5. rendezvous at
LsrohsaSSIt; July?, regatta off Milton Point, ball In
the evening at Hubhouse; July 7. take part In the
Riverside Yacht Club regatta; July 8. squadron n:n
to Black Reck; July 9. pquadron run to Morris rove;
Ju!t 10. squadron run to New-I.ondon: July U.
sqnadron run to Shelter Island, where the fleet will
lie at anchor over Sunday. On the following day
there will be a regatta, for all elasse? and small
boat ra-es. and on Tuesday the fleet will disband.
The offlelal schedule of the racing date? for the
club* under Its Jurisdiction has been Issued by the
facht Racing Union of Long island Sound, it i? a
well arfaaaed pamphlet, nnd. besides giving the
dates of tlie regattas, ha? the names and addresses
of the officiate of the various clubs, and It call.<
attentl m r<> the rev. ond amended rule?.
A prize after the design of the Murkle Cup will
be jiiven bv the Seiwanhika Yacht duh to the
winner of the 28-footer races :n J.?iy. The <-np is in
: ho ahape of an urn, handsomely etched with a
miniature Of 'he Kos and other cr.iff of her cla.?s.
Tb* winner will ?to to Montreal to eor.ipete for the
Beawanhska International trophy, which the Cana?
diana raptured ?as: year.
Bbridge T. Oerry*a ?'earn yacht, the Eleetr?, Is
still at Erin Rasln. New ma?\? have been ?hipped,
nnd the work on the Betters and engine I.? advanelng
nsasfOOP ySObt Strarger will appear In a new Jres?
?hi? season. Her owner, Mrs. LsWtS has given orders
to Pollloa, of South Brooklyn, for new bulwarks
and waterway*, and the pretty yacht will be other?
wise Improved when she jj.ies in commission.
Charles Fleisehataan'a 17-' <? ???>>'. ?ream yacht,
the Haawatha, will soon be completed, sad i* is ex
?.ed thai trial trips will be tnnde this month. The
engine nnd boiler.? pre I board and conne.-ted. and
mere seems to be no reason ?Thy she rhot:ld not be
ready for delivery on June '
Plans for the r.ew clubhouse of the Harlem Tackt
Club have feen accepted, and ground will be
^"?ok. n early next month. The building will stand
en a plot of ground on City Island Bstslls feet, fac?
ing ?l.isr Chester, ar..l nearly opposite the presen;
headquarters of th? Country Club. The building
will !>?? two stories high, thirty-five feet front and
feel deep, with meeting, re.-eption ard dlnlr.';
ri ima on th?- ground floor, and about a dozen l-eii
:... m-. ..ri ths BSCOBd (loor for the a.-.-ommodation
The following r.ew members have been eleeted by
the Atlantic TSCbt Club: John II. Lett, Edward
West on, ?ieorge A. Fr.-lth and Arthur P. C'apy.
Colonel Rippert'a yaebt Albatross Is being fitted
with new hollers. The work will be completed next
?reek, ar. i the rraft will go Into commission before
A Baudolne, of the New-York Yaeht Club, has
purchesed the s:eam yacht Al-'edo from G. W
Child? Drexel Her new owner will probably use
her to run between Newport and New-York in the
The proerrnm*r.e for the annual cruise of the Slew?
York TSCbt ClUh will probably be agreed upon at
the thir! general meetir?. whleh will take piarn In
UbhOUSe, No. C" Madison-ave., on the evening
of May 20.
J. H. Lade*/*? steam yacht ro:iimbia arrived in i
pArt yesterday with Mr Ladew ami a party of
friends nr. board, Who have been on an extended
cruise in the W( it Indies S:.e left New-Tort en
!'?? ember ?. and touched nt several ports. 8ne will
? the Brie Basin
T ? schooner yacht Southern Cross. New-Tarfe
and Knickerhocker Tacht clnhs. owned by John K.
Phillip?:, viee-commodore of the Knickerbocker
Taeht Club, is now being pu* Ir. eommlsaion at
HaWhln'S yard. City Island The Southern Croa?
has been thoroughly overhaul*'! and rebttUt, and
?rill carry an eighteen-foot naphtha launch Com?
modore Hhllllpw Is an old sailor, and will make
- lively this season for the Kni'-k-rbocker
LONGING FOR THE AMERICA'S CUP.
[Riaii TA'-HTPMK.V THINK IT P''S?lBI.E THAT
THF.? MAT TAKE IT RACK To
The America'? Cop was the subjscl otf mu?.h die
?uaslofl at the last meeting of the Royal rister
Clab, and it la evident from what was satd
? me of tho prominent member? i.i' hope? are
entertained there that the rup may reach ??r?-at
Britain through th- rf?rt? of the Irish yaehtsasea.
'I'he Lord Mnor <f Belfast, accordmaj to the ao
I '.in "The Field," ax pressed the
hope "l fore very I ng, .-- th-ir friends it.
? IJacent Isl i-.i (b< E ,..-.. ? ? I ?
nota ling th< many opportunltl ? thai had
1 . - er yet succt ded in re?
gaining the America's Cup, Ireland might be given
the next opportunity of eonpt ig for It with a
vessel built In Ireland, and. need he eaj .-. ? ' I -
Irishmen Ireland having already happily attained
auch great distinction In the mercantile world by
^eduction of many of the fine-*- Bailing ships?.
i> ?arell aa tl largest, If not th? fastest, steamers
? tl ight In all fairres* thla e
ahould now i -? allowed to make nn err. ri te atts a
salrable I md, If ???? er I he ? ; ;?-m;i ? aa
' t..t, ris'-r >':<< iir Club would be
lentifl i with tl - and that || nrovM be
eminently am -essful
In proposing the '.?.is?. "Sucoeaa to the I', pal
Ulster Tachl Club," air .l?tn-s Muagrave, Hart..
1) I... sa'.l that, slthottgh h? WS? no yachtsman.
he, ?ke ??il the world, took a sreat interest in the
long-continued comp?tition? between Amaricen and
sil yai'htsmen; but to that moment he was aa
? to form any Opinion upon the relativ? merltJ
of th?- American "centre h xrd" or th? Hrl'lsh "cut?
ter modal " He COttld Only exprc-s Ms belief that.
If tbelr own yacht-builder? ?rould tond?u.nd to
1 avail themselves Of ths experience to be derived
fr .:n the recent experiments, whether of their op
nta or of their friends, they would h.-fore long
ye,, the !t.t"rna:!onal <"ip In some part of the Brit?
ish Is! ?
Lord Dufferia, in responding to a toast, ?aid he
had heard with great pleasure, from a member of
who never spoke lightly and always
meant What be Bald, that there iras n prospect at
rom? future time cf a vessel bcine constructed
within the precincts Of Helfast which m xht be
hoped to compete with sueceoa for the Queen's
?"tip; aid encourus? d by that victory. mlpht pro?
ceed still further to chalierKe for the cup which.
unfortunately -til' remained In th* hands of th?
New 1ork facht <
'The Field," In It? Issue of May I, sa>? editorially:
T ?? dinner of the Royal ITleter '.'acht Club sp
t ? a r ? to have been a striklntr ceremony, and the
enthusiasm of tbe members even cmrrleu then? so
far lo talk about hit wlll-o'-the-wasp, the
America'? Cup, | a yacht to challenge
f.- It Bft< r ah? ha? won the Queen's I'lip at ?'owes
Th? quest of the ?rail was ? trfle compared w.th
? for the cup won by the America; aad ?re
trust, i' the Royal Cster Tacht Club doe? buck
a challenge for it. that lr win he couched in
"ii" auch tern" aa Sir Georare Newaes pln"e,i be?
fore tit.. Rnvn! t.or?1nti Tacht l"ub This club i?
declined to forward tbe ch.->'!enirc; but then
n 1 acht Club like many i ther
English and Beotch clubs has made a ?trottet ap?
to thi Ilegal ?!.imeit known as the
'New ! md until that do-ument is
burned '??? ? little chance of any Hritiah yacht
.-'?a. f..? >klng ? challenge for th? Anaoriea'a ''up
again, Nobody actually knows what th? eoadl
?? Royal Yocht Squadron agreed
to ?rhen t?.b fnrwarded I>ord Utmraven'? chal?
lenge to the N'-w-York >acht Club bet lr is oa
? thi squadron will not forward any
more challenges for tl.up- st least not without
a mor. .1. finite understanding than can be arrived
by ' ablegram* "
THF. SALVATOR MANDICAP.
CAPTAIN A W MONET STNg at Tur: gSjrsjOOj
PARE thai -i
Long Braaeh, May '.'? fJJpeelan.?The prise c,-,n:e ;
n- th? Rtttwowd Part trips this afternoon waa tie
tor Handicap, ?t twenty-five Mrgg fio entran.?*
There were six entries, C?ptala A \v xfeaaar, cf
id, N. t . killing straight, wan. after a ein*??
cont-st with his ?on. NesC, whose only misa was hla
twer.tv-th ?? bird, which, after heirs hit ha-d.
' ?>ua?al Hatten flnlahcd with
twenty-three i< i Daly nnd Jn?'i- Von (.engerke
tweaty-twe. Griffith, an Knglsh
! on y ?sventeea kill*. He ?hot
well in bill last four ?irlver? In ?tieces
?? i the finish Von l.engerke's three misses
were all left quartorera
?Cool alone] and Hatten divided money lo th?
fourth contest each klllmx ten ?traleht bird?.
There ?ere several Interesting contests besides the
Sa.vjtor Handicap the ?port being continued until
after 5 o'do k. when the afternoon'a iport cloaed
A TRIAL WILL PROVT THIS TRUL
|8s*f8s fer the seetege. tares cssae.
HALL A RL'CKEL
-, ,.BW YORK Proprietors LOMOO
lag ?- ""
Slightly Used /Eolians
AT SPECIAL PRICES.
We have a few slightly u?ed .Folian* that W8)
will offer this \v??ek at price?. stiflVir-ntly re?
duced to nnke each. Instrument an .ifrractlvSt
barita I n.
Those Rollan? have all been ?enf to our fa-s?
tory, tvliere they were thoroughly overhauled
nml returned to us In flr?t-<ln??s condition.
A majority of them cotiM not bo told from new
Among the inntrument* itieludrd in thii gglt
lists SagessrMea ?pect*l Prtek
i (j-antis.I7.v> on gano.ng)
?> caksaassteJss.ewioo sao.?)
4 IJB8.mo ->? Sfto.no
1 1 4.".". 838 ?' 2TS.0O
2 MM. 2TS oo i ao.no
i ?!:.**!... k:.eo nona
I M. i H . Mags ftO.QO
1 Symphony Grand. ?mt 00 SOO.nW
1 Symphony. ?ft- oo .150.00
The same guarantee that a-eomr?n!es our
new .*"nlians we will give with, each of the
W% for . a.?h will n? allowed from th? above
prices or the Instruments will be sold on mod?
erate monthly pa\ment*
If you cannot conveniently call drop us a
postal, ar.l we wi;i send a representative as
The /Colian Company,
ia Weed 2.1.1 *?t.. >e?v York.
Wlion taking off jour Winter suit?
we would like you to visit our Mam?
moth Tailoring Kstiiblishment. All
we want is one tittinfi. and we will
g'lvp vou sis jiiTfi'iT ami as stylish ft
garment as can he bad anvwhpr*?.
Our prices rangt from ?lo\00 to
?40.00 per suit. Orerroats fl&M to
180.00. Trousers 04.00 to 110.00.
Bicycle suit, patented pockets and
iralaTtband, to oi-der 110.00.
We give present snd futur?1 protec?
tion, a Year's guarantee <?r your
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Il n I-.-7 u |jy ?t.. K. T.. I ?
?Utlc ftectr .... , ?-i?? for h?1>e .!??
A -? . ?-it??. ,-'ir- . - ' '?.:??
with a practloa n...^- ??? ...e ?.igon :rjp? Buss?
FllSt ' aS -*? ? ...''I
rim. Daly, '? i*-:-*" israaeh, '?*> rargs
iseaeeseioisi i 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 ? a
OapUta SI Bey. . >.*.*:. 1 N I SU > Ma
12 13 211110031 <>313I3381III ft--? 8
Tt* ahol ifl m 8 .aior II? . II ? ?.; M *
H.-.-, ml ' tara, 31 varOa
3 g 3 2 3; ? M so i ?r i.- ?. t i ?-? -
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Noel Uno?] Oablaad N I
3 I 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 3 I t t 3 t 3 S 9 3 3 * t 1 g a?S8 I
Captain M. ne\ Oakland, S J -? >?r-i?
II f I I I 1 I t M 2 1 t 1 I II I t 11111?SI ?
J Vor. l,??n*er!ie. Ier**jr Pity, 2V rare*
III i i i i i 111 i 11 s 11 ? i t n it Ml I
??Phil" D*1? ;? le-*? : in I X .J . *? rurd?
% | 1 i \ ? ?; ; -? J 1 1 '.' ? 2 1 2 2 2 I ? I i 2 ?? -33 a
W K. IMfen I?,ns Branch, N J . "?* v*r!?
a i i i ?.? i' i i s a e s at e 3 i at t a S SI t? 3* a
.t. c <J:irrt'h. I, tt'lnti Cnslsnd, 27 yare*
II 1 I 1 ttt It'll IHM.j 1 O 3 1?IT a
Fourth euotast: to bird?. 8.". ?titr?r. ?
steel Mon?y , . B I -' I
'?ap-ain Moser. ? 3> o i 2
V n Ie-nserke.. .2? .2 1 I
Ijalv .2U..2 2 2
Patten .37 I I 2
Fifth saetea*; i" t i la
I'elaney .2?'. 2 2 2
I>r Van Math... 2? 2 I :
Hall . -rt .
Osase .8S..1 I I
2 2 2 2
2 2 2 1
2 2 2 I
2 12 1
; ,i i, il
I ?. I I
2 2 2
0 2 1? 8
2 '? 1-9.
2 2 2-10
2 0 1-9
1 1 2?in
I 1 8-1
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CRICEET o\ 8TATEN I8LAND.
THE new ji;hsf:y STHLKTIC run HAS MfCtl
THE BETTF.K 08? A 1'P.AV.X .?AS1F.
The NVw-Jer?ey A. <'. had a drawn name with
the Statin Inland <_'. t". a' Livingston yeaterdajr,
their batsmen hitting out In great ?tyle. and nin
r.tnc up it total Sf nearly 300. F F Kelly dlatln?
gnashes! Masses? for Kew-Jesaey hy gnttaag together
a century, whlie H ? Wright n!so played In fin*
form for H. The Beete:
A. V. .'lark? rt:n . .u
\V. I). H.-ekl#. c To'
?mmL ? Jt?"t
F w T. Mlle*
12 R M 'i \v?;?er. S
n- 1 ?SSO .....
0 T Hose S.nii?. n n t . ut
b ? ; K .'.Hender bv Kelly
K ?ln?-h?m. b K?IK
F F Kelly, ?oetiuci- H g j.i. k?^n b K?lly.
ins flei.i ... b? a E Patterson, n?t out.
H. C. '".arate, c Jewett. , W K JewefL W g.
b Hlnsham 2 Cotlenetf H N* T*wn
H. C. Wright, b R-.k^>? >>7 ?en.t. g S W?;s?r. *?
T i'larke. r l'aiter-m. an.t R. T R ??by did
h Jarkaon M a I h?'
A 'lunn. b Jackaon " H\?? .... .
J E. nt<*hiT. b Patter. _
?..i I Total .
T. Y^unj. | Simpaon. I
b l'att?rr,.n .... 12
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Lett bye? . 2
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MANHATTAN MfcTBATI H tSKVII.LE.
Tne Mur.hattun Cri 'ke? riuh pi i,-e.i another rio?
tory to It* credit at Prespeet Paik v?teril?y, where
it defe*fed the Rosovllle ('itih of Newark, hv a
margin of thlrtjr-three run*. The *rtek*t wt* ra'aee
?oggy from the recent heavy ruin*, and h ch ace>rlng
wn* out of the o, uest | m ?leaver an,I Price both
bowled well for the Kasevllle? nnd only J Rua* an4
J. Mar.nery reached double rlsttre.? For th?. I,>*er*
A. F. grratford ?nd I Ro?e did the l>e?' r.or**. The
total ?corea are; Manual.an. > R>*ev 1 ??. IV
Announce* the withdrawal of rhlcago ?ieeplng ear
from train 25. leaving New York at 800 a ht.,
commenrlr.g May 18th, and substitution of a parlor
car for Pittsburgh. ?/.