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THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 26. 1894.
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MANLOYE IN WINNING FORM
Three Times He Piloted His Mount
First to the Wire.
BUT TWO FAVORITES SCORED
Larchmont and Miss Modred Heavily Backed
to Win Thoir Baces, bnt They Failed to
Land tho Honey Loray, Beino d'Or, Queen
d'Or, Tnrco, and Con Lncy Won.
Good sport provailod at tho second day's
racing of tho Old Dominion Jockoy Club's
moeting on Alexander Island, and the spec
tators had a lively ttmo landing the winners.
It was n groat day for tho d'Or family, as
both Queen d'Or and Uolno d'Or won their
races. A goodly amount of monoy was
wagered on Larchmont and Miss Modred,
but, to tho disgust of thoir backers, neither
could get thero at tho finish. Tho line show
ing of Turco in tho two-year-old raco stamps
him as being tho best colt yet seen on tho
It was expected tho visitors by train would
bo landed nt tho track, but tho Pennsylvania
lLiilrond Company refused to tako any
chances in debarking pnssengers in front of
tho entranco to tho course until tho nowly
constructed platform had been Inspected and
approved. Tho inspection should bo mado
immediately, as tho present arrangement of
letting tho crowd out at the south end of the
Long bridge is very unsatisfactory and dis
couraging. Tho patrouago yesterday was not
up to that of tho opening day, but tho betting
was bettor, and eight books wero fairly busy.
All eight of those colored on the card went
to tho post for tho first race, and Luray ruled
favorite at 8 to 5. Thero was some doubt as
to tho maro'scondition.but such was dispelled
during tho race, as getting oil in tho ruck she.
soon improved hor position, and heading Fa
got in tho last sixteenth, won a good raco by
three parts of a length. Fagot was six lengths
before Poverty, with tho others struck out.
Slattio Chun was the only absentee from
tho three-year-oid race, with DocUirch, Telia,
lieine d'Or, and Pocahontas all being more or
less played at tho avorago prico of threes.
Tho start wa3 good, and Keino d'Or set tho
paco from tho jump, leading all tho way and
winning handily by a length and a half.
JIabel A. got away fairly well, and finished
second, a head beforo Doo Birch, who camo
fast in tho stretch. Pclla was well up for half
tho trip, but couldn't stay with tho leaders.
Larchmont was considered a coppor-fas-tened
airtight in tho mile race, which was
third on tho card, and his prico was backed
from 2 to C to 5. Queen d'Or was played
by a few because of her victory on Thurs
day, and sho rewarded her backers by going
aut in front and staying there, winning by
four lengths from Tern wood, with the fnvorito
a length back. Bayley rode Larchmont ns if
ho was afraid of injuring Freddy Miller's
A plungo was mado on Miss Modred to win
the fourth, whllo Turco was also well
playod, tho betting being confined to these
two. Turco was in front all theway and won
hands down by six lengths, w.th Miss Modred
two Iencths beforo Senator Hill.
Tho closing event went to tho top-heavy
choico, Con Lucy, whilo Keimo tlnlshod
second and Financo third. Summary:
How tho Horses Kan.
GKIrBt raco Six and a half furlongs; purse
$173; 3-ycar-olds and upward. Time 15SH
Ind. lionet and vL SL i SL Fin. Jocley.
Luray, 1(TJ H 4h Sh Clare.
4 Fagot, Vti 1 2 lu 1W II. Lewis.
....Poverty, 105 4 1U3 31 .M.inlore.
....Vocalito, 109 8 Sh 4 4 O'ltouko.
Shhotover,l(H 3 0 5 5 NoneU.
....Alamier, 109 5 5 7 G (iuest.
5 Mohammed, 10... 0 8 6 7 Hogan.
....Brown Charlie, 111 7 7 8 8 Scolien.
Poor start. Won driving.
Betting Luray. 6 to 5: Fagot, I; Poverty, o
calite, 10 each; i-hotover. 20; .Manner, 3D; Mo
hammed, 12; Brown Charlie, 4.
7 Second race Mx furlongs; purse S0; 3-year-I
olds. Time l:I9a '
Ind. HoneaiulvL SL H SL Fin. Joelcev.
1H 3W Manlore.
... .JIabel A., 99. 3
3 Doc Birch, 112 7
....Itebecca, 10i4..... 6
'....Nora, 99 11
Theresa. 107 3
-Hi -a i . .asey.
3W 3f Mack.
4 4 i-collen.
5 5 Parsons.
0 G Clare.
7 7 King.
8 8 II. Lewis.
....Pocahontas. 107... 9 11 11 11
Fair start. on easily.
Scratched Mattio Chun, 99.
Betting Iteiuo d'Or, 3; Mabel A., 10; Doc Birch,
3;-King Bird, 20; ltebecca, 13: l'clla, 4; Memo,
Columbus, 15 each; Nora, 8; Theresa, 8; Poca
n Third race Ono mile; selling; purse $230;
U Time 1:43!&
1ml. Ilorbt and ct SL
U SL r:n. Jocteg.
il I! It Manlovo.
5 lernwood, 10Hu... 2
3 Lotion, 101! 3
5 3n Si
7 5 4
....M.J011II. 107 o a
....Krussolls, 99 4 6 0 6
....Minnesota, U2y,. 5 4 4h 7
....Senator, 97 0 8 8 8
CfuMl start Won ensilr.
Betting (uocn d'Or, 4: Fernwood, 7; Larch
mont, 6 to 5; Lotion, 20; St John, 10; Brussolls,
20; Miunosota, 5; Senator, 20.
9 Fourth race Half a mile; parse $200; 2-year-olds.
Ind. Horneand wL
SL M SL Fin. JocUv.
1 IS 13 IS .Mnulove.
(2) Miss Modred, 113. 2
! !I 2! Slack.
3 3 31 Scolien.
....senator Jim. uv.
....Arroco Ally. 110.. 6
....Miss Dolurist. 110. 5
....Scotia colt,110.... 4
4 4 4
5 5 5
6 0 0
....Little Lou c. 110. 7 7 7
Fair start. Won easily.
Scratched Lady Teacher, 110.
Betting Turco, 7 to 5; Miss Modred, oven;
Senator Hill, 20; Arroco Ally, 8; Miss Dolorls
nily, 20; Scotia colt, 15; Little Lou colt, 50.
-f i Fifth race Four and a half furlongs; sell
JLv ing; 3-year-olds and upward. Timo 0:35;
Ind. Hone and kL
....Con Lucy, 101.
SL Fin. Jockey.
C 116 T. Casey.
21" 2J" IL Lewis.
3 3h Leer.
4 4h Piorce.
6 5 Clare.
5 6 Parsons.
7 7 llogan.
8 8 Woodhouse
Kelmc, itra a
....Finance, 101 4
....Mary B. 93 a
....War Paint. 100.... 0
....Paragon, 107 5
l'ormowi illly. 1OL10
.Jim Fagan, 107.
.11 10 10 10
, 9 11 11 11
....Solah, 110i 12 12 12 12
....Irn,103 Left at post.
itoca stan. u on uanany.
Scratched Ada Bluo,107: Some More, 101.
Betting Con Lucy, 4 to 5; Kcline. 3; Finance,
Mary B, 10 each; War Paint, 20; Nubian, 15; 1'nr
agou, 6; CLoereuse, Formosa Ally, 20 each; Jim
Fagan, 30. Banjo, 20; Solan. 20; Ira, SO.
Card for To-day.
Fikst Race Five furlongs.
ludex. Morte. WL 1 Index. llorM. WL
(4) Syracuse 183 Waterloo 126
St. Denis- 135 Keystone 12.1
5 Salisbury 1M Pathway .. 126
1 Major Joe. 123 Marty 11 129
1 Sand Flea 1C1 TojimasL 130
5 Upstart. 123 Bed Kube Ill
SrcosD ItiCE Two-year-olds. Half a mile.
Index. Hone. WL Index. llorte, WL
Ida JIcDanlcL. 91 21icstless 106
MaryScott 103 Sltefase. 91
2Evo!yuCart'rf. lOD SKatloUray 97
TniKD IIace Flvo furlongs.
Index. Hone. WL Index, none. WL
3 Little Cliarlio.. 106 (6) Luray 108
Some.More 101 M artel 103
4Imp.Jene 100 GrandPrlx 110
rocitrn 1UCE Four and a halt furlongs.
Index. Hone. WL Index. Hone. WL
1 Detroit 100 Sol 100
Camden 100 1 Postmaster..... 100
Tourowcolt.... 100 41!odDick. 100
4 Annie W 100 Cricket 100
Firm IUce-SIi furlongs.
Index, llorte. WL Index. Hone. WL
Itt 100 Sadie . geld'g. 103
1 Lento 114 Johnny 109
3 Hollywood 101 Swampoodlc.... 103
C7) lieine d'Or 107 Mattie Chun... 107
First race Syracuse; Marty B. ,
Second race Kntio Gray; Evelyn Carter Ally.
Third race Luray: Grand Prix. r "
Fourth race Camden; Pcstmaster.
Fifth race Johnny; ICoIno d'Or.
Pointers from tho Paddock.
Starter Cassldy again did well with the flag.
Jockey Bayley rode Larchmont Uko he would a
Miss Modrod carried a lot of money and failed
to bring it home.
Brown Charlie was bleeding when pulled np
In the Arst raco.
Turco tried to bolt into the opening of tho reg
ular course, but was well handled by Manlovo.
Con Lucy was backed down from 8 to 5 to 4 to
6, som books wiping out the odds altogether.
RAMAPO BEAT PICKPOCKET.
Best Contest of tho Day at araTeseiid Was
New YOKE, May 25. Alternate sun and
rain wero the conditions for to-day's racing
nt Gravesend. JSeven races wero run ou", and
tho favorites did fairly well, although thero
wero two rank outsiders which won. Both
belonged to James McLnughiin, and both
paid those who bet on them' rcmarknbly woll.
In tho opening raco Wornborg got off well
In tho lead and never was headed, and won
galloping from Factotum. McLaughlin's colt
rotash got tho same kind of n start in tho
Blxth race, and won all tho way w.lth scarcely
tho semblance of an offort.
Tho best contest of tho day was in tho sec
ond raco at a milo and a quarter. Trinco
Klamath led on sutloranco for awhile, and
then Tickpocket and Itamapo took tho track,
leaving tho others further and further behind
nt eacli jump. In the stretch Bamapo assumed
command, and although it was a hard drivo
for both to tho ilnish, liamapo won by threo
parts of a length, tho others boaton oil badly.
First Uace Six furlongs. Wornberg, 122 (O.
Taylor), 20 tol, won by four lengths: Factotum,
112 (A. Covington), 7 to 1, socond by half a
length; John Coopor, 122 (Lamloy), 8 to 1, third.
Timo 1:17. Torchbearcr, Mclntyre, Quickstep
colt. La -Miser e, Flirt, Sir Knight, and Kontlgorna
Second Hack One nnd one-quarter Inlles.
Itamapo, 116 (Griffin), oven, won by three-quarters
of a length; Pickpocket, 100 (Minn), even,
second by thirty lengths; Prlnco Klamath, 90
(Dangler) 20 to 1, third. Timo-2:ll)i. Lizzie
Third ItACE Five furlongs. Glad, 111 (Sims),
6 to 5, won by threo lengths; Chicot, 111 (Sloan),
7 to 1, socond by a neck; Bollo of Stouswall, 108
(Blake), SO to 1, third. Time 1.00)4. Corn Cobb,
Londo, And King Gold nlso ran.
Fol'uth Back Ono milo and one furlong.
Selling. Ocorgo Beck, 101 (Blake), oven, won by
ono and a half lengths; Judgo Morrow, 101
(KcifT), socond by ten lengths; King, 101 (Penu),
8 to 1, third. Timo 3Aii, Speculation, Hart
ford, Clarus, and Kmln Bey also ran.
Fifth ItACE One mile. Dorian, 105 (Sims), 3
to 1, won by half a length; Uuufcon; 101 (Grlran),
2 to 1, second by twenty lengths; Armitage, 100
(Fox), .13 to 1, third. Time 1:45M. Boiler,
Count, and Libertine also ran.
Sixth Back Five furlongs. Soiling. Totash,
103 (Heuston), 40 tol won by two lengths; Cau
terbury9S (Macklen), 30 tol, second by threo
longth3; Cherry Blossom colt, 10:1 (Grltan), 0 to 5,
third. Time 1:05W. SL Vincent, Ninovah,
Wind Gale, Cora, Tympanoe colt, Grollau, and
Spaldmore also ran.
Seventh Uace Five furlongs. Selling. Itomp
IngGirl, 95 (Macklen), 5 tol, won by a lencth;
l'ouch colt, 113 (Laniley), 6 to 1, bccoihI by a
length; Poarl Ash colt, Oi (Holm, 5 tol, third.
1 imo ljayt. Navahoo, Little Klla, Voeality,
Surgeon, Lady Bug, Cashmere, and Sally Taylor
Following are to-morrow's entries:
First Bace Three-quarters of a mile. Sirocco,
Wah Jim, 121 each; Derfargilln, 119; Annie
Bishop, 117; Capt. T Sandowne, Nick, 112 each;
O'Connell, 109; Potentate. 100; Musmco, 104;
Dlabolus, Disturbance, Sir Knight, Ascot, Peter
the Great, 10U each.
Second Bace One and ono-slxteenth miles.
Selling. Suitress, 115; Sam Weller, 112; Long
Beach, 111; Top Gallant, 100; Clementine, 104;
Watterson, 103; Oporto, 101; FnOeld, 91; As
Third Race Five furlongs. Great American
stakes. Bright Phoebus, Princo of Monaco,
Waltzer, Mirage, Gotham, Couut Tenor, 110 each;
Applause. Klla Beed, Bosebud, 115 each.
Foi'RTH Bace One mile nnd ono furlong. Ma
turity handicap. Don Alonzo. US; Comanche,
113; Sport, 109; Herald, 10O; Bestralnt. 90.
linn Bace Fivo furlongs. Maidens. Firc
baud, Harris, Herkimer, Clovls. Samaritan, Pat
rlmony colt. South Side, 1 he Pres -rvrr, 112 each;
Madge. Beclamatlon gelding, 10J oach.
Sixth Bace One mile and one-sixteenth.
Handicap. Blitz, n, 103; Herald, 102; Plcknlcker,
100: Ed Kearney, 9-j.
Weather clear, track heavy.
Winners at Ilauthornc.
nAWTDORNE, May S3. Summaries:
First Bace Nine-sixteenths of a milo. Lin
seed won: Katlo B. second; Dick Behan third.
Second Bace Fire-eighths of n mile. Otty
nnna won; (fold Dust socond; Wlghtman third.
Third Bace Ono mile and seventy yards.
McLight won; Fntro second; Wautauga third.
Fourth Bace Three-quarters of a mile. Wood
ruff won; Pittsburg second; ClyBma third. Tlme
Fiith Bace Throeiuarters of a mile. Trinco
lier.ry won; Golo second; Bismark third. Timo
Sixra Bace Ono and one-eighth miles. Five
hurdles. Pan Handlo won: General Miles socond;
Gazetto third. Timo 2:10.
Entries for to-morrow:
First Bace Six furlongs. Buenos Ayres, De
signer. 90 each: Littlo Cripple, W; Katie Darling,
P. s., K each; Kirklnn, Llndhurst, Maggie Mur
phy, 99 each: Miss Bma, 107: Costa Bica, Grafton,
Almndon, 101 each: Jack Wilson.llO.
Second Bace Ono mile: Vassal, 106: Tilsit.
99; Alcazar, 78; Dungarven, 103; Strathmeath,
116; Fair Knight. 91; Lady Kelley. 7a
Third Bace Five furlongs. Loo Lake, Wells
Street, Iteuaud, US each; Toby, 115; Ashland, 121;
Frank K., 111.
Fourth Bace One nnd one-lxteenth miles.
Joe Murphy, 110; King Mac, 100; leadlight, 97;
Switton, Capt. Hammer, 91 each; . tt Chester,
10: lllumo, 112; Patrick, 103; Hasty, 93; CoL Clay,
Finn Bace Six furlongs. NcBIo O., Jennlo
W., 9S each; Shenandoah Maid, Bosoleaf, 92 each;
Tribune, Alvin, Pisano, Bret llarte. 99 each: Lu
cinda, Khartoum, 91 each; Jake Zimmerman,
1U"; Buby Payne, St. Albans, 96 each; Luke F
97; Consistent, Ki; Verbia, San Salvador, 93 each;
Victoria, LeouelL SI each; Burrells Billctt, 101.
SIXTH Bace-SIx furlongs Ethel, Mockahl,
107 each; Glenoid, 112; Little Tred, 101: Equity, 99;
SL Croix, Fred Wooley, 110 each; Jaek Grace, 1W;
Elisn. 97: Challenge, 93; Tom Karl, 109; Carlsbad,
112; Fa Julve, 93; Mngglo Gray, 93.
seventh Uace Six furlongs. Trince Henry,
n; Salvador, id; r.nternriso, ikj; lee jsike, uci;
James . Carter, S6; Indigo. 97: Azrael, MLss Pat
ton. 91 each; Monrovia, Miss Nannie, 92 each;
Outlook, 109; Gleo Boy, 103; Montana, 101; Nativ
ity, Colo Bascomb, 99.
Off Day At Latonla.
Cincinnati, May 25. Tho second day at La
tonia's Spring meeting had no Interesting fea
tures. It was an oflday, with no stakes races on
tho card, and about 2,000 people came out to
spoculato ou tho results. Summaries:
First Back six furlongs. Jacinta wr.n; Adah
I second; Macadaco third. Timo 1:20-4.
Second Bace Seven furlongs Say On won;
Santa Maria seeond; W. L. Munsou third. Time
Third Bace Four furlongs Imp Lizzie Keller
won; Baspor second; Ellsworth third. Timo
l'ouRTn Bace Six furlongs. Contribution
won; BeatlOce second; Lo Grande third. Timo
Firm Bace Selling. Nine-sixteenths of a
mile. Myrtlo won; Jack FarreU second; Jewel
Entries for to-morrow:
First Bace Six furlongs. Midget, 81; Manoa,
87; Say On, 95; Harry Woldon, 92; Oscar, 9d;
Shawnee, IS: Lancelot, 100; Buth V., 103.
Second Bace Ono mile. Selling. Tromonia,
Shuttle, Anna, 97 each; Outcraft, !W; W. L.
Munson, 102; Henry Young, 111.
Third Bace Three-quarters of a mile. Foot
runner, 93: Foreman, 99; Floreanna, 103; Van
cluse, 98; Clinton, Ileleno, 104 each; Jim Dunn,
1UG; Captain Drano, 111.
Fourth Bace Five-eighths of a mile. Blasco,
Ondague, 10S each; Ductor, 116; Hoodwink. Sti
lario, sun Vr. Carliruhe, 111 each; Flash, Free
Advice, 113 each: Laureate, 122.
Fifth Bace Four and a half furlongs. Cha
grin. Marlon Forsythe, Mountain .Madge, Annie
Fowling, Sun Flower, 103 each; Tho Princess,
110; Pleasantry, 1(0; Glcnone, 110; Kitty N.
Clive, Myrtlu, 115 each.
Itcsults at St. Louis.
St. Lons, May 25. To-day's card at tho fair
grounds was not particularly Interesting, and as
a consequence tho attendance was somowhat
First Bace "six furlongs. Tim Murphy won;
B. F. Fly, Jr., second; Ed Garland third. Time
Second ItACE Ono mile. Henry Jenkins won;
Busscll Gray second; Oakview third. Time 1:41.
Third Bace Seven furlongs. Charley Mc
Donald won; Rosalie second; Romeo third.
Fourth Race Ono and ono-cighth miles.
Wekota won: Pekln socond; Dolly McCono
third. Time li3M-
Fifth Race Six furlongs. Roy Lochlcl won;
Pedestrian second; Jersey third. Time 1:14U.
Sixth Race Ono mile. Sir Walter Raleigh
won; Bollsarius second; Highland third. Timo
Entries for to-morrow:
First Race Thirtoon-slxteonths of n mile.
Miss Porkins. Orphan, 97 each; Borealls, Jim
Head, Safe Homo. Guilty, 99 each; Tea Set, 101;
Briton, 1'rinco Imperial. Francis Popo, 102 oach;
Oriel, Mountain Quail, 103 oach; Ono Dims, 101;
Mollio II., 103.
Second Race Nlne-sixtoenths of a mile. Al
ien Louise, Maud Mc.Mlllen. Agnes (.. Nectar. 93
each: Aunt Susie, 103: Daddio Rood. 96; Blue Bon- I
not. Danla.BSoach: Bob Carter. 101: Nelllo IL. ,
Hattlo Belle W., 103 each; Leonard IL, Boreas, 106
Third Race Ono and ono-half miles. Fort
Worth, 100; Baylor, 101; Brookwood. 100; Henry
Owsley. 107; May Hardy, Granite, 103 each; Ar
genta. 111; Bonnlo B.. Eolic, 112 oach. Long Ton,
FouRTn Race Thlrteon-sixteenths of a mile.
BeUeof Fermoy, lmmilda, Lovana a, 97 each;
Miss Kitty. Ed GartlandlTamp.W each: Schuyl
kill, Deceit, 103 each; Jersey, 104; Sullivan, 100;
Play or Pay, 108; Jack Rose, 110; SL Brandon,
112; Remorse, 114.
Firm Race One and one-fourth miles.
Steeplo chase. Bushranger, 142; Steve Jerome,
Harzburg. 146 each: Kate Bender, 151: Piccadilly,
101; Pat Oakley, 151; Iron Duke, 155; Senator,
Sbolbark, Bob Rice, Jr., Stralghtout, 159 each.
Sixth Race Three-quarters of a milo. Minnio
Mackin, Despair, Frank IL Harf, 90 each; Miss
Gallop, Conductor McSweenoy, 05 each; John
McGnrriglo, Littlo Dorrttt, 102 each; Rosebud,
104; Geraldinoi 109; Maid Marian, HZ
Seventh Race One and ono-half miles. Ether,
98; Romeo, 92; Outcry, 101; rioneer, 102; Front
Man, 104; Grey Forest, 107; My Partner, Henry
Jenkins, 112 each; Wedgofleld, 114: JooCourtnoy,
116; Tip, S3.
SENATORS DOWNED AGAIN
Boston Took a Game From Washing
ton Without an Effort
POOR BATTING AND FIELDING
Radford Failed to Accept All His Chances,
While Hani's Carves Wero Bather Easy
for the Beaneaters Clevoland Won from
Pittsburg New York Boat Brooklyn.
Results of Ycstcrdav's Games.
Cleveland, 5; Pittsbcko, 2.
New Yore, 12; Brooklyn, 6.
Boston, 10; Washington, 2.
Other clubs not scheduled.
The Championship Record.
W. L. Pet I ' W. L, Pet
Cloveland.. 18 6 730 Brooklyn... 12 13 1K0
Phlla'phio.. 17 8 CS0 Cincinnati 11 12 478
Baltimore.. 16 8 S07 St. Louis.... 11 10 407
Pittsburg .. 17 9 C54 Loulsvlllo .. 8 11 84
Boston. 16 11 593 Chicago.... 8 16 333
Now York.. 13 14 48lWash'ton... 3 23 115
WON BY BOSTON.
Senators Broke Their Rain Hoodoo by
Losing to the Bcnncatcrs.
Boston, Slay 25. Al Maul pitched in fairly
good stylo at tho start oil. in to-day's game,
but his support was wretched, and tho homo
team then hit him hard. Radford vras tho
principal offender, having threo errors.
Ward played finely at second, but ho could
not find Nichols" curves, n difficulty encoun
tered by tho majority of bis associates.
Maul and Cartwright wore tho only Senators
to do any batting, tho latter's homer being
rcsponsiblo for all tho runs mado by AYash
ingtou. Attendance, 500. Score:
BOSTON. tt IB ID A El
w'shinut'n. nla roi t
Ward, 2u.. 0 0 3 4 0
Joyce, Sb.. 0 0 2 3 1
Lowo, 2b. 1112 0
Long, ss 0 13 3 1
Dully, cf.... 2 3 2 0 1
M'Cart'r. IL 1 2 0 1 1
Abbey, If.. 0 14 0 1
McUulre, c. 0 0 3 0 0
Nash. 3b... 1 2 3 5 Oj
H's mae.rt 0 0 0 0 0
Oansol.lb.. 0 1 11 0 O.Teboau, cL 1 10 0 0
Bannon, rt. 1 2 10 0Cart'Wt,lb 1 2 9 0 0
Byan, c . 1 0 6 2 Oliadford.ss 0 13 4 3
Nichols, p.. 3 2 0 5 OMaul, p.... 0 2 0 11
TotaL....1014 2718 3 Total.... 2 7 2112 6
Boston.. 0 112 0 2 4 0 X 10
Etrned runs Boston, 3; Washington, 1. Two
base hit McCarthy. Home runs Lowo, Nash,
and Cartwrlcht. stolen bases McCarthy 4,
Duffy 2, Bannon. Double plays McCarthy,
Ryan, and Nash; Radford, Ward, and Cart
wright. First base ou balls By Nichols. 3: by
Maul, 2.' Hit by pitched ball Lowe, S. Struck
out By Nichols, 1. Passed balls Byan, 1; Ma
gulre, 1. Timo 2.15. L'mplro Mr. btage.
Kitten Weakened In tho End.
CLEVELAsn, May 23. Fivo innings of to
day's gamo was n great pitcher's battle In
the sixth Cleveland scored ono run by good
batting andtasa running. After thnt Killen
let down in his work. Tho Pittsburg could
not bat Clarkson. Attendance, 4,700. Seoro:
CLEVELAND. K IB TO A E-ITTSaCRO. R ID rO A E
Childs 2b... 10 3 4 O.Stenzel, cf.. 0 14 0 0
Burkett,lf 0 10 0 1 Donovan, rt 0 0 7 0 0
McKean.ss 12 0 4 0 Beckley. lb 0 0 8 0 0
Kwing, rf... 1110 0 Glassc'k. ss. 0 1 3 5 0
Tebcau.lb. 1 1 13 1 tl'Sinitb, IL ... 1 110 0
O'Con'or, c. 0 13 0 lI.yous,.1U .. 0 10 9 0
Mrt.'arr, 3b. 0 0 1 4 0Mack,c 113 0 3
McAleer, cf. 115 1 O.BIerba'erb 0 0 0 0 1
Clarkson, p. 0 110 O.Klllcn, p.... O'l 0 2 0
Total S 8 3711 S Total 2 0"26 7 4
O'Connor out for running out of line.
Cloveland 0 0 0 0 0 12 2 05
Pittsburg 0 0000001 12
Earned Runs Cleveland, 1; rittaburg, 1. Two
base hit stenzeL Home run Smith. Stolen
bases-Chllds 2, Burkett 2. McKean, i:wiug2,
Tebeau 2, JieAlecr 2. Double play Cnlids and
Tobeau. First base on balls-01T Killen, 5; oft
Clarkson, 2. Struck out By Clarkson, 2; by
Klllon, 1. Time 2 hours. Umpire Mr. Emslle.
Kennedy's Curves Were Easv.
Brooeltn, May 25. The Giants took kindly to
Kennedy's curves, and won hands down. Doyle's
batting was a feature. Attendance, 4,000. Scorer
NEW YORE. RlRTO A T. BROOELTN. RlB ID1E
Murphy, ss 2 0 4 4 1 Daly, 2b.... 2 2 2 5 2
Davis, 3b.... 3 2 12 0 Corcoran,ss. 112 5 0
Doyle, lb 3 5 10 1 1 Trcdw'y, lf 0 110 1
V'u H'lfn.cL. 1 110 OGrinln, cf... 0 0 0 0 0
Ward, 2b.... 2 3 5 4 0 Shlndle, 3b.. 0 0 12 0
Tiernan. rf.. 1110 1 Burns, rf... 0 3 3 0 1
Burke, If.... 0 110 OFoutz, lb.... 1 1 15 0 0
Farrcll, c... 0 0 2 1 1 Sboch.cf.... 0 0 2 0 0
Busle, p 0 10 0 OKinslow.c. 1' 1 10 1
: .Kennedy, p. 1 10 11
TotaL.... WUIS 4
I Total 610 27 13 6
Corcoran declarod out for being hit by batted
New York. 2 0 0 0 4 113 112
Brooklyn 0 3021000 06
Earned runs New York, 6; Brooklyn, 1. Two
base hits Doyle, 3; Davis, Von Haltrcn, Tier
nan, and Kennedy. Stolen bases Murphy,
Doylo, Ward, Tieman, Corcoran, and Foutz.
Double plays-Sblndle. Daly, and Foutz. First
base on balls Off Busio, 6; oil Kennedy, 6. Hit
by pitched ball Griflln and Shlndle. Struck
out By Busle, 2; by Kennedy, 0. Wild pitches
Busle, 1. Time 2.10. Umrirc Mr. HursL
Senators try it again to-day at Boston.
Rain again provented the game at Philadel
phia. Ward showed up all right at second, but failed
Young Rosedales of South Washington de
feated Young Tigers 7 to 3.
Paul Radford at short does not strengthen the
Senators in any respect. ..
Games scheduled to-day Washington nt Bos
ton; Brooklyn at New York; Baltimore at Phila
delphia: Pittsburg n't Cleveland; Cincinnati at
Louisville, and SL Louis at Chicago.
Results of Other Games.
Easton, 11; Harrisburg, 3.
Princeton, 21; University of Virginia, 4.
Sato of Belle .Mcadc Stock,
New York, May 25. The sale of Bollo Mcado
stock, tho property of Richard Croker, tho
ex-chief of Tammany Hall, was continued to
night at tho American Exchango:
Bay colt, by Trcmonl-Tnssel, M. F. Dwycr,
Black colt, by Tremont-Gypsy, J. R. Keene,
Brown Ally, by Iroqnois-Gloavlcw, McCafTerty
& WIschert, $1,700.
lliy colt, by Glenelg-Ogarelta, J. IL Keene,
Bay Ally by Iroquols-Bridesmaid, R. D. Mor
Chestnut eolt by Luke Blackburn-Ensilago, J.
IL Keene, S7U0.
Chestnut colt by Enqulror-Weiccme, McCaf
fcrtyi WIschert, $750.
Chestnut colt by Irajuols-Torlbera, BIcnton
Black colt by Tremont-Bonetta, Gangbacro
Bay colt by Inspector B.-Brlc-a-Brac, M. F.
Brown lllly by Iroquois-Armlcl, Uncle Bob,
Brown lllly by Imported Glenelg-Trade Wind,
M. F. Dwyer, $3,230.
Tho total sales amounted to $34,375; average of
$1,116. Tho two nights' sales amounted to
Trotting at the I'lmlico Course.
Baltimore, May 25. After two days' post
ponements the races at Pimllco were resumed
to-dny on a fairly good track, but rain inter
fered for an hour during tho af tornoon.
It roquired but one heat to decide tho 2:29
trot, postponed from tost Tuesday, tho favorite,
Kate, winning it. Tho second race went to tho
favorite Scranton Boll, after Alta Patchen had
won the nrst heaL Simmons outclassed tho
held in tho 2.27 paco, and closed out two of his
contestants in the first heat.
The 2.19 class, with six candidates, wasstarted,
but was postponed after after tho first heat on
account of rain, which was won by SL Elmo In
2:1S5L Tho other starters wero Amboy, tho
favorite: Diamond Joe, Lou Wilkes, Veriinda B.,
and Dolly C.
Tennis Tournament Finished.
Tho southern tennis tournament was fln
isbed yesterday. Almost all tho prizes were
won by W. O. Parker nnd E. V. Fischer,
of New York. The scores j-cstorday wore as
follows: Consolation singles, Blddla beat Mc
Commou, C-l. C-0. Doubles, Fischer and
Parker beat Liebcr and Mitchell, 6-0, C-0;
beat Biddlo and Mcrherson, 0 2, 6-1: beat
Shield and Davidson, 6-4, 6-4, G-i.
Regatta Dates Selected.
Detroit, May 25. Representatives of tho
Inter-Lako Yacht Association havo decidod
to hold the annual regatta at Pat-In Bay
August 7, 8, and 9.
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HARRIS AKD HOAR MAKE UP.
After a Tilt in tho Morning Mutual Ex
In tha consideration of the Kjio resolution on
Hawaii yesterday a sharp verbal encounter oc
curred between Senators Harris and Iloar. Mr.
Hoar was disposed to continue tho debate. He
said tliat It was the universal sentiment, not
only ot tho Senate, but of the countrr that there
should be no Interference by the United States
with the domestic affairs of Hawaii,
Mr. Morgan chairman of the Foreign Relations
Committee, fully indorsed what Mr. Hoar bad
said, and the latter was proceeding to say that
he hoped Mr. Morgan's indorsement of his state
ment would who around the world, when Mr
Harris, who had grown very impatient, broke In
and declared thnt tho tariff bill was before the
Senate and further debate on this subject was
out of order.
Mr, Hoar flared up. Ho protested In rigorous
terms against what he termed these repeated
"nncry and dlourtoous lectures" from- the
Sonntor from 'I ennesfte.
The tariff bill Is before the Senato. rotorted
Mr. Harris, emphatically, and the Senator from
Massachusetts is violating the rules by continu
ing the debate on a resolution that has Just cone
over. As far as the courtesy of the Senator from
Tennessee is concerned," he added in withering
tones "he owes less courtesy to the Senator from
Moa3achusotts than any other Senator on the
"If tho Senator from Tennesseo owes anybody
any courtesy," retortcU Mr. Hoar in kind, "ho is
a hopeless bankrupt; he could not pay one-thousandth
of a mill on the dollar,"
"lift could pay as much as tho Senator from
Massachusetts," returned 31r. Harris, and with
this parting Bhot the incident dotel.
Ijiter in the day a pleasant incident occurred
which restored the eutcnte cordiale between Mr.
Hoar and Mr. Harris. For several days their
thrusts at each other had been almost vicious.
Last nlpht Just before adjournment Mr. Hoar re
ferred to Mr. Harris as the "drum major" of the
Democratic side, lb passage at arms In the
early part of the day between the Massachusetts
and TenuesseeScnators was the direct outgrowth
of this remark. As Mr. Piatt finished a few re
marks Mr. Harris arose to move to lay the AI
drich amendment on tho table. Mr. Hear craved
Mr. HarriV Indulgence for thirty seconds to reply
to an otiservation made byMr. Hlanchard. "in
view of the excebshe courtesy of the Senator
from Mattacliuectts,"&aid Mr. Harris with im
posing deference, "I yield thirty seconds to
Mr. Hoar, who appreciated the cause of Mr.
Harris temper, said pleasantly that since tho
Senator was so kind bo would ask for an addi
tional thirty seconds. Mr. Harris bowed an Im
pressive assent. Then Mr. Hoar stretched his
hand across tho breach. Tho observation ho had
mado last night, he ald (referring to tho appel
lation of rdrum major," applied to Mr. Harris),
had been meant as a Jest. He thought
it was so understood. Ho had not intended to be
seriously disrespectful to the Senator from Ten
nessee. He held that Senator, ho said, in the
highest respect, not only for bis kindness of
heart, but his absoluto integrity and great in
tellectual capacity. In his opinion, tho Senator
from Tennesseo was tho greatest master of par
liamentary law in tho Senate, and he desired to
bear his testimony to his high and noble quali
ties of mind and heart.
Tho words of Mr. Hoar evidently touched the
veteran Senator from Tennessee. The kindest
relations had always existed between Mr. Hoar
and himseii, no replied, lie confessed that he
had teen slung to tho quick last night. Ho ac
cepted the explanation with pleaeuro and grati
fication, and felt greatly obliged for the Justice
the more than Justice Mr. Hoar had dono him.
And thus peaceful relations were once
more established between Mr. Hoar and tho
Democratic floor manager of tho tariff bllL
PRIVATE BILLS CONSIDERED.
Congress Takes Up Claims After Weeks of
Trivate bill? on the calendar were taken up
and considered, and among those which were
ordered to bo favorably reported to the House
was a bill for tho relief of Thomas B. Heed, a
Pennsylvania volunteer in tho war of the rebel
lion: The fact that ho bears the same name as the
ex-Speaker was a decidedly fortunate circum
stance, for the committee good naturodly agreed
to tho bill amid cheers and laughter.
Several hours were spent in discussing a point
nf order which Mr. Hurrows mado against a reso
lutlou from tho Committee on War Claims,
bunching thirty-seven I Ills In ono resolution,
which was favoratly reported. Tho ioint of
order was overruled, and the resolution was
taken up for consideration.
Mr. tturrows spoko against tho growing num
ber of claims pending before tho Court of
Claim. In addition to the $m,UK),!ie0 In claims
now pending there wore J19,;91.S74 of state
claims, and he believed with Secretary Manning
that H was nccearr to enforce the statute of
limitations against these claims unless tho
Treasury was to be bankrupted.
31 r. Knloo (l)em., Tenn.), replying to tho alle
gations of M r. Burrows, assorted that tho gentle
man from Michigan had made tho ramo Hpeech
and tho samo prophecy of national bankruptcy
He criticised the parsimony of Congress In re
gard to thest claims. In conclusion bo expressed
his pcor opinion of the watchdogs or tho Treas
ury, and the wish that that breed of dogs could
bo killed oil.
Mr. Heed Intimated that It was not courteous
to express such bcntimcnts in tho absence of tho
gentlomnn from Indiana (Mr. llolman). He
Mr. tnloo replied thnt ho had not especially
referred to Mr. llolman, but thero wero big dogs
and Httln dogs, and dogs of all degrees engaged
in watching tho Treasury.
Altera further general debate of littlo Inter
est on tho subject, tho House took n recess until
8 o'clock, tho regular Friday ovoning privato bill
Railway Mail Clerks in 1889.
By a party voto tho Uouso Committee on
Tost Offices nnd Tost Koads yesterday agreed
to report a resolution of inquiry to ascertain
tho facts connected -with tho appointment of
railway moil clerks in 1889. It 13 claimed
that tho order placing tho servico under tho
, civil servico rules wero extended so as to
seeuro tho removal of Democrats and fill their
places with Kepublicans.
TJcw Yorkers Clever nt Tennis.
The tennis tournament for the championship
of the South, which commenced several days ago
on tho courts ot tho Bachelors Club, closed yes
terday. Fischer and Parker, ot New York, won
the championship in doubles, boating Uober and
Mltchel ti 1 and 62. They also beat Biddlo
nnd McPherson 61 and &-3, and Shields and
Davidson G 1, C 4, and 6 i. The latter pair
took second prizo.
But Threo Cltbs Left In.
PniUDELrniA, May 25. To-day's session
ot the American Whist Leasuo was devoted to
tho election of officers and a discussion ot
special laws ot duplicate whist. The contest
lor the Hamilton trophy has narrowed down
to the Hamilton, University oj Chicago and
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