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The Stars and
Portraits of the
rart 3 contains tho following fall and double
&ge Illustrations of our Great Rebellion;
Contents of Part 3.
1. Tortrait of Gen. HcCle.Ian.
2. Burning of the United States Arsenal at
Harper's Ferry, Ya., April 18, 1SG1.
3. Tho (Hilly) Wilson Zouaves, at Tammany
Hall, taking tho oath of lidelity to tho Hag, and
swearing to go through lfaltimore or die,"
4. Tho fight at Phtlllppl, Va., Juno 3, 1S61; tho
United State troops uuderCoL Duniont, and
She Confederates under CoL I'ortersfield.
CL The nrst charge of Fremont's body guard,
led by .Major Zagonyl, on the Confederate garri
son at Spnugfleld, -Mo., October 25, 1S61.
C. l'ortralt of ilajor ien. Don Carlos BuelL
7. Portrait of Major Gen. Irwin McDowell.
a Portrait of Brig Gen. V. S. Kcsecrans.
9. Tortrait of Brig- Gen. J. S. Negley.
10. Fort Pickens, Pensacola Bay, Fla.
IX. Splkiugthepunsof FortMoultrie by Major
Andeisou before Its evacuation.
li Battle of Bull Run, Ya., July 21, 1801.
13. The funeral cortege at Boston, Mass., of the
Sixth Massachusetts soldiers killed at Baltimore.
14. Second charge of the Confederates by Gen.
Fremont's body guard, under Major Zagonyl,
near fc-pringtlcld. Mo., on Octobor 2.", 1S61.
15. Tho fcixtocnth regiment, Ohio Volunteers,
crossing the Tray Kun Viaduct, on tho Baltimore
and Ohio railroad.
1C. Battlo cf Belmont, Mo., opposite Colum
bus, Ky November 7, 1SS1.
17. Landing of the United States troops at
Fort Walker altor the bombardment
18. Rhode Island regiments embarking at
Providence forew York and Washluclon.
19. Morning mustering of the "Contrabands"
at Forties Monroe.
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IT WAS A YEIY CLOSE FINISH
But the Senators Won Because Roger
Failed to Hit Safely.
WARD RAN BASES DARINGLY
He Stretched a Single Into s Doable and
Dashed Home While Miller fielded a
Ball to Connor, Winning By a Great
Slide Visitor! Bat Hard.
Results of Games Played Yesterday.
WismxoTON, 4: Sr. Locis, 3.
TOilideu-hia. 17: PrrrsBewj, 1.
Cincinnati, 5; Brooklyn, 3.
New Yoke, 4; Louisville, 1.
Boston. 12; Chicago, 9.
Tho Championship Hccord.
W. L. Pctl W. U Tct
Baltimore.. 54 10 701 New Tort. 21 19 625
lloMon...... 27 14 658 St. Louis. .. 13 22 4M
Priila'phla 21 IS MS Cincinnati.. 14 23 S73
Cleveland.. 23 13 CS.Wash'ton... 12 29 293
Pittsburg.. 84 16 BW.CUtalgo.... 11 S3 2M
Brooklyn... 22 16 KS0,LoulsviiIe.. 10 23 23
WON THE SECOND.
Senators Victorious in a Rattling Game of
Hall Yesterday Afternoon.
Back In tenth place
Tho daring base running of Frank Ward put
tho Senators In that position yesterday after
noon at National park. It was the second came
with the St. Louis Browns, and the way they play
hall Is a caution. They aro always in the came,
and are liable at any state to snatch victory
while defeat stares thorn lu the face.
Tho storm which passed over the northern
part of the city wa9 a great relief. It cooled the
atmosphere ery nicely and it came at the right
time, for there is no telling how many lives
would hare been in tho balance had It remained
ns carinas It was at tho beginning. 'I ho last
Inning whs so oxcltlng that if any cases of heart
failure aro reported they can bo attributed to
the high pitch tho audience was carried by the
possibility of tho Browns taking the gamo.
Thos wko failed to Bee tho' gamo can readily
appreciate the situation when they know
that, with the score 4 to 0 lu favor of tho Sena
tors, the visitors went to the bat for the last
time, and threo singles and a double were made
by the llrt flvo batters. Three earned runs had
crossed tho plate, with Shugart on third base
and big Roger Connor at tho list. A thorough
rooter of the homo team felt like a man does
trying to catch his breath under water. But ch,
how different when the big first baseman hit a
ball to Cartwricht, for then it was all over, but
the shouting and the expansive lungs of at
least 2,0U0 males sent forth n volume ot shouts,
and the fellow whose umbrella was turned in
sldo out becamo so enthusiastic that he threw
tho damaged rain-protector Into the air nud fol
lowed 1: up by tossing his hat into space.
The visiters presented what may consistently
bo called a Oerman battery, and there were not a
few present from the land of Bismarck. "Va3h
lnoch du, whlse koop,"camo from the left field
seats in the first inning when tho Senators hit
for n single, a double, and n triple, but Breiten
steln only smiled and pitched good ball all
through the game, he doing his share In keeping
tho score down to four runs.
Llttlo old Bad," yelled out nn enthusiast as
Paul gobbled up n ball back of second base and
threw the runner out at first. He fielded with
the ngillty of a Long and with the accuracy of a
Glascock. Just now he is a "Jim dandy" with
tho rooters, and he deserves to be, as he Is play
iLg gilt-edged ball. He caught a Hy ball way out
in left center at a moment when Tebeau Bald
"I havo it." l'aul took ll over his head, and held
Cartwrlcht made a circus catch In the last
Inning which onilnsrtly would be safe. It was
one of those JiOir nles, and he ran with the
the ball, catching It going at full sliced. Abbey
played center and Tebeau was in left. One
catch of the fanner saved two or throe runs. He
got the ball on a dead run. and probably the
chaugo was a god one. Ilenlf.0 batted well,
sending In a run on his tbree-lagger.
Jlercer pitched a good, steady game until the
ninth, when ho seemed to weaken. He struck
three men out, fchugart. Connor, and his op
jiouent In the box. Jlagulre wa a little groggy,
ho having two passed balls. No doubt he was
weak by reason of having his mustache taken
off. Not a man attempted to steal a base on
him, however", and he had no occasion to demon
strate his throwing prowess.
Tho homo team made an excellent start. After
Ward flew out to Jliller, Joyce got in a two-bagger,
which Shugart failed to hold nfter a long
run. lie was sent home on Abbey's hit for three
bases, which Dowd misjudged. Abbey scoring
on .Magulre's single. Tho latter was advanced
to second on Tebenu's base on balls and scored
on Canwrlght's single, Tebeau going to third.
Here he was caught by a quick throw of Brelt
eustclru Kor four Innings the Senators drew blanks,
although they had a man on base In all but one
.Mercer flew out in the seventh, and then Ward
sent one to the vicinity of left center. It was a
low Cy, and bhugart made a desperate effort to
get It. He could not hold It, and before he could
receiver himself he saw Ward going on to second
on a wild rush. "Slide I" yellod Tebeau. There
was a cloud of dust such as a l'lke's l'eak breeze
would blow up, and Frank won the bag by a lin
Just about this time the runner was very
frisky and pranced about second as a twtyear
old does at the post. He wanted to steal third
and was there once, but Joyce hnd made a fouL
Again he made a dah for bag No. 3. Joyce bit
the ball down to Miller. The ball went over to
Connor, and Ward was coming home. Ho came
fast. Nearer and nearer he cauio. The ball had
left Counor's hand on a throw to I'eltz. Ward
was home, winning by a desperate plunge and a
long reach. That run virtually won the game,
as it was the last the Senators scored.
Ely, that greatest of all shortstops, made the
first safe hit in Ihe third, and he got to third on
Breltenstein's single, after Beitz flew out to
Joyce. Both men were left, as Dowd and Frank
went out at first on clev er floldlug by Joyce and
In the sixth Sillier stretched a single Into a
double by fast running and a Miller slldo.
George failed to get any further, as Ward and
Cartnrigbt took care of Connor and (julun.
Buriug the seventh inning tho rooters were on
needles for a good little bit. Elr had made his
second hit, and a passed ball put him on second.
Itadford got under I'eitz's fly In clever style, and
Breltenslein struck out. Joyce failed to handlo
Dowd's hit, nnd Frank went to first on balls. It
was a a Itlcal moment, as Miugart Is a fair hitter
at times. Two balls, and Steamboat Beltz
yelled out, "You'll walk, sure." But ho ran like
a deer after he had bit a ball in short left
center. So did tho men on bases. Abbey al&o
was going at great speed. On he wcut. A
lunge forward and he had the ball, and he
squeezed It as hard as he would a cider press
during tho first fall of apples, 'fho suppressed
enthusiasm broke forth, and the ex-leftllelder
lifted his hat with tho grace of n well-paid gov
ernment clerk Just entering society.
And now for the ninth Tho visitors were ns
full of fight ns a half-llckod chicken. I'eltz
cracked out a single, and a passed ball put him
on Focond. After Cartwright caught Brelten
stein's fly Dowd reached becond on his hit, and
scored n moment later on Frank's sluglo to left
Shugart scut one down at Cartwright and It
caromed off the big first baseman's shin and
landod nt the fence. Dowd scored, Frank
reached third, and Shugart was on second. Mil
ler went to tho plate having every assurance in
his ability to hit Mercer, as he hail already did
so twico before. He sent one to Badford nnd
went out at first. Shugart going to third. Two
men out nnd Conner at tho bat. That 'same
voire of l'eitz's was heard saving, "Coup against
it, Koger: he's easy There was a crack and
another crack and the ball was in Cartwright's
hands Then there was a chase for first. Cart
wright won In a driving finish, and the game be
longed to the Senators by a narrow margin. The
thunder of n July storm is not any louder than
tho yell that went up I he score:
Wsiiinot'n. k in ro a x st louis. tlnran
Wnrd.2b.. 12 2 2 0 Dowd, rf.... 1 1 4 II 0
Joyce. 3b.. 1114 llKrnlik, If.... 1110 0
Abbey, of... 1 2 2 0 0 Shugart. cf. 0 1 2 0 0
Mnguire, :. 113 0 OlJllllcr. 3b... 0 2 3 2 0
Has'mer.rf 3 0 0 0 0 Connor, Hi.. 0 17 0 0
Tebeau, If.. 0 110 0(lulnn,2b... 0 0 0 2 0
Cartwr't, IbO 213 1 0,Lly. ss 0 2 12 0
Badford, ss. 0 I) 2 G 0 1-citz.c 12 2 2 0
Maul, p 0 0 11 1 B'tcl.st'n p.. 0 1110
Total.. .. 4 9 2711 1 Total.... 3 11 27 9 0
Washington. 300000 10 04
Stl-ouis 0 00000003 3
Earned runs Washington, 3; St. I.onis, 3. Two
base hits Ward, Joyce, Cnrtwright, Dowd, and
Miller. Three-bas hit Abbey. First bas on
balls Off Breltcnstcin, 3; off Mercer, 2. First
basconorrois St,Louis,J. Left on bases Wash
ington. 7; St. Louis. H. Struck out Mercer, 3.
Bossed balls Magulro, 2. lime of game, 1.&3.
Umpire Mr. Hurst.
Notes Abour the Game,
Abbey dl well In center.
Cartwright put up a strong gamo.
Mnguire had his mustache taken off.
Connor Is a giant among the Browns.
Brclteri8toIn is a quick thrower to bases.
Miller retired the side in the first inning.
Badford vied with Ely yesterday In gathering
Frank was on his knees trying to get Cart
Bcitz has a voice like the whistle of a Missis
Bmnor has It that Manager Schmolz contem
plates shaving off his w hlskers.
Umpire Hurst received a clip on the head and
a thump on the breast by fouls off I'eitz's bat.
There was a fair crowd of the fair sex in at
tendance Theytitko great interest In the game
"You Is not Abbey," said the little darkey to
Tebeau when tho latter went out into the left
POMINO STILL KINO.
Kecne's Clinker Won the Withers' Stakes
by a Short Head,
New Yoke, June 11 Domino Is still king.
The attendance at Morris Park to-day was large,
although the air was sultry and exertion was
anything bat pleasant The attraction was the
time-honored Withers' stakes for three-year-olds
at a mile, with the unbeaten Domino mak
ing his first appearance this season in a race
against Henry of Navarre and Dobbins, two ot
his chief competitors ns a two-year-old. The
only one of the crack three-year-olds needed to
make the greatest battle of tho year was Sena
tor Grady, but he Is being saved for the Chicago
When Domino, with Taral on his back, cams
out to go to the iost he was loudly cheered, and
all the other startors camo .In for a good share
as well. When the flag feU Garrison took three
lengths the worst of the start, but got Into a
comfortable tiosttion as soon as ther began to
f-climb the hilL Nahma was then in front, with
Dobbins following. Harry of Navarre next, ana
Domino rating along in fourth place. These
pcsltions were kept until the head of thestretcb,
when Taral carried Domino In next tho rail and
let out a link.
It was all over for all but Domino and Ilenry
of Navarre at the last sixteenth, and tho riders
were driving their mounts for all thoy were
worth, but try as hard as he might Garrison
could not gain an Inch on the black colt In front
of him, and the raco was over, with Domino a
head in front.
There was an upset in the Casanovfa stakes,
for Gutta Bercha wan backed as if it was all
over, but she got off badly and did not seem to
bo able to show her speed until tho end, when
she stole the second place from Applause. Sa
billa won very handily. Summaries:
FIItST IUce Fire furlongs. Selling, Nankl
poo, 91 (Griffin), 3 to l.won by a length; Case
raon, 100 (Blake), 5 to 1, socond by threo lengths;
Mosquito, 102 (l'enn), 12 to 1, third. Tlme-0i9.
Potash, Banishment. Clovis, NeUle Peyton filly,
Cockade, Golden Gate, Louis tjuatnrze. Punch,
St. Pauline, Boslta, and Utica also ran.
SF.COND ItACE Mllo and a sixteenth.. Kinglet,
114 (Griffin), 7 to 10, won by throe quarters of a
length; Herald, 107 (Sims), 13 to S, second by
three lengths; BUtzen, 97 (II. Jones), 80 to 1,
third. Time 1:47. Judge Morrow and Count
TniKD IUce Casanovla stakes. Six furlongs.
Sabilla, 110 (Sims), 0 to 1, won by three lengths;
Gutta i ercha, 122 (Llttlefield), 3 to 5, socond by a
length; Applause, 115 (Taral), 5 to 1, third. Time
1:12. Ella Beed, Golden Bod, Phllomena, and
ilermantta also ran.
Fourth Hace Withers stakes. One mile. Dom
ino, 122 (Taral), 2 to 1, won by a head; Henry of
Navarro, 122 (Garrison), S to 5, second by two
lengths; Dobbins, 122 (Slms),3$ tol, third. Time
1:40. Itublcon and Nahma also ran.
Firm Back SIX' furlongs. Discount, 100
(Lamle), 8 to 1, won by a length; Shelly Tuttle,
111 (Hamilton), 8 to 1, second by half a length;
Ferrier, 122 (Garrison), 4 to 1, third. Time 1:11.
Wah Jlm.Merrv Monarch, Prig, Adalbert, and
Ben Lomond also ran.
sixth Hace One mile. Selling. Song and
Dance, 104 (Grlfiln), even, won by two leugths;
Star Actress, 102 (Bergen), G to 1, second by a
length; Hazlehatch, 107 (Clerlco), 12 to 1, third.
TiineItllK Heilf. Anxiety. Autlpode, Paris,
Avon. Taric, Ironsides, Hartford, Bombazetle,
Big Mid, Tho Jester, Odd Socks, and Walter Biggs
First Bace Handlcnp. Fire-eighths of a
mile. Sirocco, 123; Judge Morrow, 117: Derfar
gilla, 112; Weinberg, 110; Ed Kearney, 105; Gold
Dollar, 1U2; Hurllngham, 9tj; Fondollne, 94;
Second Race One mile Dolly Varden, Light
foot, La Misero, Florinda, Flirt, Son Malheur,
Clementina, Baroness, 117 each; Eufelda,
Poetry, Star Actress, 110 each.
Third ItACE Three-quarters of a mile. Can
nolsseur, U3; Spaghetti, 111; Lady Bichmond, 10S.
Fourth Bace Hudson Biver handicap. One
nnd turcc-stxtconths miles. Banquet, 122; John
Futii Bace Flve-olghtha of a mile. Selling.
In-tallator. Herkimer, KM each; Tho Coon, 107;
Flush. 10J; Sabrlua colt. King Gold, Potash. 103
each; Windgale. Clio filly, 102 each; Samaritan,
101; Glen SUla, Lady Bichmond, Belgravla,
Campania, 100 each; Canterbury, Picaroon,
Tinge, Captain Jack, 94 each; Lttarre, True
Blue, 93 each.
Sixth Bace One mile. Selling. Ilammle,
108; Bestraint, 103; Melody, Young Arlon, 103
each: The 0,ueen. Panway. 101 each; George Beck,
100; Julia L., 93: Shadow, 97; Pulitzer. 84.
Boston Still in Winning Form.
Boston, June 12. Nichols was wild to-day, bat
the home team managed to puU out a victory
nevertheless. McGIU also gave an unusual
numbor ot basos on balls. Attendance, 912.
boston. nlnroA El chicaoo. euro a r
Lowe, 2b. 3 3.2 2 llltyan. rf..... 0 2 2 0 0
Long, ss 3 3 14 0 Uahleu, 3U. 1 2 3 3 0
Duffy, cf.... 12 2 0 0 Wilmot, If.. 13 3 0 0
M'Cart'y, It 10 4 0 OAnsnn.lb... 2 17 0 0
Nash. 3b... 1 0 1 1 OLange, cf. .. 0 0 10 0
Tucker, lb.. 1 2 8 0 0 Irwin. ss.... 1112 2
Baunon, rf.. 0 1 2 1 0 Parrott, 2b. 2 2 4 4 0
Byau. c 0 0 7 0 2 Schrlvor, a. 1 3 3 1 0
Nichols, p... 2 2 0 0 0McGIU,p.. 10 0 2 1
TotaL....121327 8 3) Total..... 9132112 3
Boston 1 0 0 0 3 5 2 1 x-12
Chicago 03001300 29
Earned runs Boston. 5: Chlcaco. 6. Two-base
hits Lowe, Long, 2, Duffy, Tucker, Schriver,
Wilmot, and Nichols. Home runs Dahlen, An
son, and Irwin. Double plays Irwin, Parrott,
and Anson: Dahlen, Parrott, and Anson. First
basso., balls Off McMill.9: off Nichols. 3. Hit
by pitched ball Tucker. Struck out By Mc
GIU, 1; by Nichols. 3. Passed ball Hyan. Wild
pitch McOUL Time 2 hours. Umpire Mr.
Phillies Saw Through Ehrct's Curves.
PHTLADELr IHA, Juno 12. Tho Pittsburg team
got the worst drubbing of the season in the
game to-day with the Phillies. It would have
been a complete shut-out bad not Merrltt scored
on a single, and a two. bagger by Ehret. Tho home
team easily saw through Ebret's curves and
batted heavily from first to the last. On tho
other hand. Taylor did effectivo work In the
pitcher's box. Attendance, 5,15a Score:
ruiLA. nlB ro a ririrrscunu. n lnroAE
Hamilton. cf 4 2 2 0 0 Smith, It... 0 2 4 0 0
Turner, rf.. 2 2 2 0 0
Donovan, rf. 0 0 2 I I
Hockley, lb. 0 0 9 0 0
Cross, c ... 3 3 3 I 0i
Deleh'nty.lf. 3 4 10 0
Boyle.lb.... 1 213 1 0
Hallman, 2b 1 3 2 4 0
Stenzol. cf.. 0 0 2 0
Glassck. ss. 0 2 4 8 0
Blerba'er,2b 0 0 13 0
Merrltt. c. 1 1 2 2 0
Ehret, p.... 0 110 0
Beillr. 3b... 2 4 0
Taylor, p.... 3 12 10
Allen, ss.... 12 4 3 1
Total 1723271G 3 Total 1 7 2715 3
Philadelphia. 10521022 417
PIttsbure 0 010000001
Earned runs Philadelphia, 9; Pittsburg, 1.
Two-base hits Hallman, Turner, Glasscock,
Ehret Three-base hit Allen. Stolen bases
Hamilton 2, Biley. Glasscock. Double plays
Donovan nnd Glasscock; Bierbauer. Glasscock,
and Beckley; Taylnr, Hallman. nnd Boyle. First
base on balls Off Taylor, 1: off Ehret, 4. Struck
out By Taylor. 2; by Ehret, 1. Time 1.40. Dm
piro Mr. Lynch.
Colonels Get Their Usual Dose.
NEW V ore, June 12. Tho fielding of Mnrpuy,
Ward. Doyle, and Pfeffer, and tho timely bat
ting of Davis were tho features Vice President
Buchstol, of the Louisville club, who is with tho
team, denies tho report sent out from Louisville
that Manager Barnie Is to bo removed. Attend
ance, 2,000. Score:
NEW TORE. R ID rO A E'l-OrtSTlIXE. Bill TO A E
Murphy, ss.. 0 13 1 OBrown.cf... 0 2 2 10
Burke. If.... 10 10 O.Twltchell.lf. 0 110 0
Dais.3b.... 1 2 10 0 O'Kourte.lb 0 0 9 10
Boyle.lb... 0 1 10 0 0 Weaver. rt. 0 0 10 0
Ward, 2b.... 12 2 4 0 Pfeffer. 2b.. 0 0 7 4 0
V'u H'll'n.cf 0 0 0 0 l!iichWn,as 0 0 14 0
Tieruan. rf.. 0 0 3 0 0 Denny, 3b.. 0 0 0 3 1
FarrelLc... 0 0 7 2 OlKnell, p 0 0 10 0
Meekin.p 12 0 1 OGrim.c 112 11
Total 4 827 8 1
I Total 1 4 24 14 2
Stratton at bat In ninth Inning.
Newi'ork .'... 0 0112090 x 4
Louisville 0 01 0000001
Earned runs Louisville, 1; New Yoik, 1. Two
baso hits Grim, Davis, and Ward. Three-base
hit Davis. Stolen bases Brown, Blchardson,
Burke, Ward, aud Meekin. Double plays
Murphy (unnssisted); Pfoffer nnd O'Bourko (2);
Blchardson. Pfeffer. and O'Bourke. First base
on balls Off Knell, 3; off Meekin, 4. Struck
out By Meekin, 8. Passed balls Farrell, 1.
Time L53. Umpire Mr. Eraslio.
Cincinnati Outplayed Brooklyn.
Brooklyn, June 12. Tho visitors outplayed
thoir opponents at every point In the third
inning Latham got riled at Umpire Swartwood
for calling him out at third base and was fined
.nud put out cf tho gamo. Later Latham ap
peared on the right field bleachers and coachod
the Beds. Attendance, 2,711. Score:
CINCINNATI. KlRrOA E'BROOEI.TN. B IS POA K
Latham.3b. 12 10 OiDaly. 2b.... 1112 0
Canavat, 3b 2 2 1 1 0 Corcoran.ss. 0 14 4 0
Holliday.cf. 0 2 5 0 OTredw y. If.. 0 1110
McPhcc.2b. 0 12 3 0 Griffin. cf. 0 0 5 0 1
Vaughn. If.. II 2 10 OShindlcSh.. 0 0 3 10
M'Cart'y. rf. 0 0 4 0 llBums. rf ... 1110 0
Smith, ss.... 0 0 0 3 O'Foutz, lb.... 0 2 0 0 0
Cnils'ey lb 1 2 8 0 olKinslow.c. 112 10
Murphy, c. 0 0 5 1 0Gastright,p. 0 0 0 10
unamianp a s u u u
3 I i 10 i
Total 513 27 8 1
Cincinnati 1 01 0 0 0 2 0 15
Brooklyn.... 0 100200003
Earned runs Brooklyn, 2; Clnclnnatl.5. Two
base hits Corcoran. Cpmiskcy 2, Chamberlain.
Throe-baso hits Foutz, Corcoran, Vaughn.
Homo run Daly. Strlen bases Daly, Latham.
First base on balls Off Gastright, 2; off Cham
berlain. 2. Struck out By Chamberlain, 4.
Time 2.51. Umpire Mr. Swartwood.
Miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
P. F. Hugo, a Texan, has started to walk 1400
miles on i nilroad rails.
Tho Brittania yesterday at the Satanita
over tho same course as saile on Monday,
'jsew Jersey Yacht Club's annual regatta was
sailed yesterday, the classes being cabin sloops,
cutters, cabin cats, open sloops, open cats, and
Lord Kosebery's Lsdas, the winner of the two
thousand guineas, the New Market stake, and
the Derby, has been struck out of all engage
ments at Ascot.
HURDLE RACING A FaUWJRE
Island Track Not Suited for Events
Over the Jumps.
CONUNDRUM MElHIS DEATH
Five of the Entries in the Lait Bate of the
Bay Went Down and One Broke Hii Keek,
Dying en the Track Favorites in Hard
luck Beaults and Entries Elsewhere.
It was demonstrated In a most forcible man
ner yesterday that the Island track Is not suited
to .hurdle racing bocauso ot Its sharp turns
The last race on the card was at a mile and an
eighth over four hurdles There were seven
starters, and Conundrum fell at tho first lump.
The boy McGruder had sense enough to scram
ble to his feet and get out of the way, but the
horse laid thore dead, with his neck broken.
Early Dawn, while In the lead, bolted and
knocked down a portion of the Inner fence.
Jockey Jackson was pretty badly shaken by his
fall, but was able to walk to his quarters. Cap
tain Manning and Brussels fell together, and the
boy Harrison, who had the mount on Captain
Manning, struck on bis head, but was not even
stunned. L. Casoy, the rider of Brussels, es
There was a good crowd at the track and the
many accidents In the hurdle race caused any
amount of oxcitemont. Sand Flea, the winner,
and Frederika, who finished second, wore both
at 100 to 1 in tho books. Groonaway's Jockey re
mounted aud got third money. Just before
this raco was started a severe windstorm struck
the track and enveloped the place In a fog of
sand. For a time there was fear of the grand
stand being blown over, but the fear was ground
less. In the opening event Psyche and Imported
Jene were tho only two horses played, the
former being the decided first choice at the
close. The start was long delayed through the
bad acting of Jack Garrabrnnt, and after twenty
throe minutes wasted the field was dispatched,
with Lento, Jeue. and Senator the first to show.
Lento led to tho stretch, when Manlore shot Im
ported Jene to the front, and the latter won weU
in hand by a iongtn from unto, witn A-sycno an
M. Daly's Key West was heavily weighted In
the six furlongs, but at that sold even choice
with Traitor. The latter made the running
throughout, nnd won rather handily by a length
from Koy West, The latter seemed to be catch
ing Traitor in tho stretch, but Daly rode a rather
weak finish on his horse. Tommy Brophy was
Manlove rode his third straight winner when
he brought Turco home first in the colt race.
Agitation, tho favorite, swerving all over the
track In tho stretch. Somaire made all the run
ning, but could do no belter than finish third.
Kelnio was an overwhelming favorite for the
fourth race and was pulling up from Dlavolo,
with Salisbury a poor third. Dlavolo stood a
strong drivo the entire length of the stretch.
The fifth race was for gentlemen riders and
turned out a farce, Elphln wa.klng In winner by
The burdie race brought tho sport to a close
and has been already referred to. Summaries:
How the Horses Kan.
7rr Ficst Hace Five furlongs. (Straight
I track). Three-year-olds. Xon-wlnnera
Purse, $150. Time 1:00.
Intl. llorte and vL SL i St. Fin. Jaclrf.
47 Imp Jene, 100..... 2 2 2 II Manlove.
Ki Lento, 100 1 1 1 21 DonueUy.
CO Psyche. 103 5 5 4 3I)Mooro.
1G Theresa. 93 4 4 3 4 Neacy.
53 Florist, 1U0 7 7 7 5 Murphy.
Gl Bobecca, 110 G 3 6 6 Clare.
57 Senator, 100 3 0 5 7 King.
47 Also Ban, 10 S 8 8 8 Boblnson.
71 J. Garrabrant. 95. 9 9 9 9 Brown.
Good start. Won handily.
Scratched Wllkius, 93.
Betting Imp Jene, 3: Lento.10; rsyche,6to5;
Theresa, G; Florist 12; Bebccca, 50; Senator, 20;
Also Bar. and Jack Garrabrant, 1U0 each.
D Second Bace Six furlongs. AH agea
tO Purse, S1S0. Time 1.13.
nd. Horn and irt St. U St Fin. JoeLey.
70 Traitor. t'li 1 11 1! II Manlove.
41 Key Wis'. 131.... 3 3 23 2i M. Daly.
4S To'my Brophy,lG7 G 4 4J S3 Bayley.
72 Postmaster. 107.. 2 2J SJ 4 Moore.
39 Vocalite, 101 4 5 5 6 Donnelly.
G2 Alarmer, 10G 5 0 6 6 Clara
Good start. Won easily.
Betting Traitor, Key West, 8 to 5 each;
Tommy Brophy, C; Postmaster, 12; Vocalite, 30;
rrQ Third Bace Half a mile. Circular
I V track). Two-year-olds. Selling. Purse,
In&.HoTttiandut. St. M St. Fin. Jxlcy.
63 Turco, 104 4 2V&2lii M Manlove
(65) Agitation. 104.... 5 3ft 3 St Moore.
Soinage, Oil IIS 15 3a Murphy.
Ty'paneecolt.109 6 4 4 4 )1L Lewis
G5 Dr. Faust, 115.... 3 5 5 5 Parson.
27 Befuse, 93 2 6 6 6 Boblnson.
Good start. Won easily.
Betting Turco, 11 to 5; Agitation, 6 to 5;
Somage, G; Tympanee colt, 0; Dr. Faust, 6;
QA Fourth Bace Six and one-half furlongx
OU Selling. Purse, 1S0. Tlme-lsX
Ind. llorte and trt St. M St. Fin. Jorlcev.
(70) Keimo. 107 2 II lr 1U II. Lewis
73 Dlavolo. 102 1 3-' 2U 2S Clare.
GO Salisbury, 100.... 3 S3 310 3! King.
70 Samaritan, 95.... 5 5 5 4ft G.M'L'gl'n
68 Mollie Davis, 91.. 4 4 4 5 Boblnson.
G2 Black Hussar, 107 G G 6 6 Cannon.
Good start. Won pnlled up.
Betting Kelnie, 1 to 4; Dlavolo, 5; Salisbury,
6; Samaritan, Mollie Davis, and Black Hussar,
Finn Bace Hunter's handicap. One
mile. Tlmo 1:57.
Ind. Hurt aM trC it t St Fin. Joetty.
30 Elphln. 175 1 1 (Iff US Payne.
30 Tramp, 130 2 24 21 SIS Melhowe.
SO Sherry, 125 4 3 3 310 Stone.
Cracks'an. Jr., 10 3 4 4 4 CuVham
Forost, 140 . 5 5 5 5 Phillips.
Good start. Won walking.
Scratched Bangor, 130.
Betting Elphln. I to 3, Tramp, 3; Sherry,
Cracksman, Jr., SO each; Forest, 15.
SO Sixth Bace One nnd one-eighth miles;
w over four hurdles Selling. Purse, $150.
Time Not taken.
Ind. llortr and trt St. U St Fin. Jockey.
4G Sand Flea, 132.... 5 4 1 150 Guest.
71 Frederika, 129.... 7 6 2 2 Anderson
45 Greenaviay, 1354 G 6 3 3 Clauson.
Capt. .Man lng.112" 1 3 down Harrison.
50 Early Dawn. ISO.. 2 1 down Jackson.
G8 Brussels, 136 3 2 down Casey.
Conumdruin, 1H. 4 fell M'Gruder
Good start. Won In a walk.
Scratched Jubal. ISO.
Betting Sand Flea, Frederika, 100 each;
Greenaway, 40: Caps, Manning, Early Dawn, 6
to 5 each; Brussels, 5; Conumdrum, 15.
Card for To-Day.
First Race Four and one-half furlongs.
Index. Hone. ll'f. Iwlex. ltorue. WL
72 Cloverdale 103 72 Bed Dick. 103
72 Alanthrncito... SI 53 Llttlo Captain.. 101
G Jim Pagan 103 C7 O'Kellv 103
72 Homan 101 37 Finance 103
4 Meadows 101 C2 Bed Elm 103
72 Buby 107 67 Patsle 88
Second luce Six furlongs.
Index. Ilerne. ll't Index. Hotk. WL
G9 Blackburn 115 (64) Ella 110
5S Martel 102 GS Strlngfellow... 110
(57)PhllDaly. 102 (76) Grand Prix.... 114
73 uery 102 (78) Traitor. 92
TniRD Bace Seven Furlongs.
Index. lloree. ll't Index. IJorte.- WL
59 Wallace O ion; W Prince Albert.. 102
78 Tommy Brop'y 8.1 DS Swampoodle... 89
70 Blackwood 90 78 Key West 120
I.S Ada Blue 10) 54 Bobby Cain an. Ill
68 Minnesota 102
Focrth Bace Seven furlongs.
Index. llorte. WL Index. Horse. WL
72 Nubin" 109 68 C O. D 109
G7 Brig! ood.... 102 b0 Molllo Davis... 101
78 Dr. i.cimuth... 113 78 Vocalite 101
7li Ltta 107 OS King Bird 99
Fifth Bace Four nnd one-halt furlongs.
Index. Horae. WL Index. Home. WL
73 Johnny 81 7 UonestTom... 97
33 Wnr Paint S3 53 Imp. Night Ll't 97
(C9) Sweet Alice.. 103 (74) A. O. H. 103
02 ConLucy 97
First race Jim Fagan; Alnnthraclte.
Second race Grand Prix: Ella.
Third race Blackwood; Key West.
Fourth raco King Bird; C. O. D.
Fifth raco Sweet Alice; A. O. U.
Hawthorne Kcsults and Entries.
Hawttiokne, June 12. Results:
First Back One-half of a mile, Toby, even,
won; Whyota, 2J4 to 1, second; Lillian C, 6 to 1,
third Time 0MX- lJ"ly Lilac, Ictoria, May
Howard, Margie, and Aunole Bellicose also ran.
Second Hack 0..o mllo. Enthusiast, 3 to 5,
won, Cakwcod, IS to 5, socond; Elva, 4 to 1, third.
Third Bace Five-eighths of a mile. May
Thompson, 4 to 1, won; Ottyanna, 7 to 10, second:
Koslyu. 2Hi to 1, third. Time t02J. Skadi,
Trixey, Gardner, Tom Griffin, Ludlow,"Proverb,
and Full Measure also ran.
Fourth Bace One and one-eighth miles. J.
C. Murphy, 2 to 3, won; Pat Malloy, 3V.', to 1, sec
ond; Bessie llisland, S to 1, thiid Time-2.-0OJS.
St. Athens also ran.
Fifth Back Fivo-ehths of a mile. Janus, 7
to 1, won; lynuhurst, ,3 lo 1, second; Fakir, G to
1. thin!, lime ISCtti. Harold, The King. King
stock, Bonnio True, Designer, Tim Jones. Law
yer, Longsnot. Jennie C, Blackbird, Vulture,
Springtime and Peytonia also ran.
Sixth Race Seven-eighths of a mile. Ragnor,
even, won; Xioolin, 6 to 1. second; Jack Riche
lieu, 6 to 1, third, lime 125)11. Burrets Billet,
McLlght, Pittsburg and Empera also ran. i
Entries for to-morrow:
FniaT Bace Five furlongs, Corla, May Rose,
Cyantha. Rouble, Starlight, Burgundy, Charley
weber, 100 each: Pelllae, Ta Ta, 104 each; lss
Castles, J. J. Douglas, WellB Street, 106 each;
Red Top,- 105; Dlggs, Nellie Osborne, 102 each;
Bad Murphy, 106.
second 1uc One mile and seventy yards.
Fat Malloy, Jr., 97; Macbotb, 101; Pat Bick, 102;
Welghtman, 104; Oakwood, OB; Dunraven, 115;
Third Back One and one-eighth miles. Sal
vador, 98; Tonganozle. 100; Wolsey, 103; Ohio
Belle, 113; Pearl Seng, 117; Folly, 89.
Fourth Kac Seven furlongs. Baron. 106;
Major Tom, London. 117 each; Consistent. Pearl
Song, 9G each; Costa Rica, Gleeboy. 109 each;
Wolsey, S3; Entre. 121; Speculation, 124; Miss
Rosa. 112; Ethel. 104.
Firm Bace-t1x furlongs. Johnny Campbell,
Susette, Khartoum, 95 each; Kittle B.. Sub Rosa,
Idyle, Sprite, Seinele, S3 each; Jennie W.. KG;
Uphate, Fakir, 101 each; Ernest L., Tom Karl,
Walnut Boy, 98 each; Bismarck, 99; Queen
Sixth Race Six furlongs. Miss Nannie, Fancy,
Freddie, L.T., 94 each; Golo, 107; Dalsyrlan, 93;
Semper, Lex, Bimbo, 107 each; Lulu T., 92;
Prince Henry. 104; SL Nicholas, 91; Meddler, 100;
Auditorium, 85; Ruby Payne, 99; Mother of Pearl,
97; Jormor, 103; Imp. Percy. 105; Alyod, 106.
KING LEE BY X NECK.
Grand Finish in the Merchants' Stake at
the Lntonia Track.
Cincinnati, June 12. There were seven woll
contested races on the card to-day. The sky
was clear, and in spite of the weather 3,000
people sizzled In the grandstand. The track
was the fastest of the meeting and splendid
time was made.
Flora Thornton's mile was run In l:40l;,
within a quarter of a second of the track record,
while the local rocord was equaled In the
Merchants' stake, which King Lee won in a
grand finish by a bare neck. Three favorites,
three second choices, and one outsider came In
with the money. BesultB:
First Race Selling. Six furlongs. Carrie IL,
91 (Cassiu), 3 to 1, won; Ellen Douglass, 102 (J.
Fisher), 8 to 5, second; Vloletla, 85 (E. Johnson),
5 to 1. third Tlmo 1:15. Denisotte. Miss L,
Dungannon, and Virginia BeUe finished as
second Bace Selling. Mile and seventyyarda.
Lehman. 105 (Thorpe), 3 to l.won; Chiswell. Ill
(J. Hill), 3 to 1, second: J. P. II., (II. Williams),
4 to 1, third Time 1:141. Tasoo, Brahma, and
and Pirate King finished as named.
Third Race Free handicap. One mile.
Flora Thornton 100 (Cosslu), 7 to 2, won; Sigurd,
101 (A. Clayton), 4 to 1, second; Poinfret, 105
(Thorpe). 4 to I, third. Time l:40i. Charity
and Pea body finished as named.
Fourth Race '1 be Merchant's stakes (worth
91,660 to Ihe winner), for three-year-olds. One
and one-eighth miles King Lee, 114 (Thorpe),
2 to 1, won; Faraday, 121 (Ray), even, second;
Sabine, 117 (A. Clayton), 8 to 1, third. Time
l:s?i. El sauna Anita also ran.
Finn Race Eleven-sixteenths of a mllei
Handsomo. 108 (1 horpe), 8 to 5, won; Joe Mack,
103 (C. Graham). 12 to 1, second; Canewood, 113
(Graham), 5 to 2, third. Time 1:034. Tenoch
tltlan and Ellsworth finished as named.
Sixth Race Six f urlonga. Selling. Imp. Dam
ask, 89 (Graham), 6 to 5. wou; Carmen, 102
(Cassln), 6 to 1, second; Alibi, S3 (N'owconib). 30 to
1, third. Time 1:15. Vivian and Tarrock fin
ished as named.
Seventh Race Six furlongs. Selling. Santa
Marie. 91 (Graham), 6 to 1, won; Marlon G.. 100
(A. Clayton), 3 to 2, second: Cass, 92 (Cassln), 5 to
2, third. Time 1:1 Silurla, Arapahoe, and
Twenty Three finished as named
Entries for to-mcrruw:
First IUce One mile and twenty yards. SeB
lng. Glorlana, 95; Lady Gay, 97: Prolessor S ,
Crevasse, 100 each; Dungannon, 101; Marden IL,
Idea, 103 each; Haunlgan, 106; Vindicator, 108;
Chasler, 11 L
Second Bace Six furlongs Selling. Alto
June, Nicaragua. 82 each; Calumet, 89; Boss.
Captain 'lip, 90 each: Adelanto, 93; Lyons, 95;
Indus, 103; Decapod, 113.
Tuird Race Four and one-half furlongs.
Beebuy, Ondague, Buck Fly. 110 each; Shanty
Bob, Little Fish, Dominion, Bookie, Jim Donlan,
Debosis, Begard, 113 each.
Fourth Bace One mile. The Spook, Vena N.,
109 each; Pcrdlto, Tariff lteform, 112 each; King
Fifth Bace Four furlongs. Selling. Canella,
Our Frankle, 100 each; Aunt Tabiiha, 102; MUs
Beynolds, Leafiet, Lady McCann, 1U6 each;
Myrtelle, 108; Valkyrie, 110.
sixth Bace Six furlongs. Selling. Empress
of Norfolk, 103; Ell, 102; Frest, 103: Salvation,
Captain Drane, 105 each; Cyclone, 111; Kriklna,
STARTER DWYER JEERED. -
St. Louis Fair Ground Patrons Displeased
With the Tlag Dropper.
St. Louis, June 12. Tho track was fast and the
weather warm; the attendance was good and so
was the sport. Tho feature was Wlldwood's
work In the handicap, running the mile and six
teenth In 1:47, the first mile going down in
The start in the last race was such as to bring
upon Starter Blebard Dwyerthe execrations of
the crowd, who hissed and Jeered him till after
the race was finished. Results:
First Bace Six furlongs. I rank R. Barf, 99
(Garner), 4 to l.won; Mrs. Brad sbaw, 107 (Morse),
30 to 1, second; Rosalie. 107 (J. Smith), 4 to I,
third Time 1:15)4. Clara Bauer, Emma S.,
Artie Fern, Tip, Cedar Brook, Borderer, and La
Gartla also ran.
Second Race One mllo. Long Bridge, 92
(Mosby), 3 to 1. wou; Wauhatchle, 107 (J. Smith),
6 to 5. second; Tom Kelly, 107 (Hardin), 50 to 1,
third. Time 1:12). Sawyer. Ainada P., The
General, Theus. Golden Crown, Oxford, Lizzie
V., Henry Owsley, llourl, and Royal Flush also
Third Race Five furlongs Eliza Pet, 97
(Cochran), 10 to 1, won; Blue Bonnet. 91 (Turner),
4 to 1, second; MIgnou, 9t (Garner), 15 to 1, third.
Time 1. Minnie W., Balmoral, Nellie N.
Kavanaugh, Agnes IL, Firenza, Miss Addle, and
Trifle also ran.
Fourth Bace One and one-sixteenth miles.
Wlldwood. 103 (J. Smith), 8 to 5. won- Logan. 113
(ShleMs), 7 to 1, second; Senator Irby, 95 (Boss),
30 to 1, thlld 'lime l:47)f. Judge Cardwell,
First Chance, Ethel Gray, and Soundmore also
Fifth Race Sixth and one-half furlongs.
Mollie II.. 94 (E. Cochrau), 2 to I, won: Mclnerney,
97 (Mosby). 4 to 1, second: Ida Margie, 97 (Bar
rett). 3 to 1, third. Timo lKKJi. ijueen Fatts
tus, Indian Girl. Ida IL. Anna McNalry, NeUle
IL, Jake It, Maud McMlUan, Tacony, and Opal
sixth HACE-Ono mile. Josio D.. 102 (Misby),6
tol. won; Future,lll (Davis), 10 to 1, second;
Mlllio B.. 102 (J. smith). 11 to 5, third. Time
1:41)5. Fiction, Hazel, Malena, Parapet, Spoon,
Bey Del Mar, Golden Hope, nnd Sir Planet also
ran. Sewing Girl ren away and was left. Billy
Gwynn also left at the post.
Entries for to-morrow:
First Race Six furlongs Harry Lewis, S6;
Clausman, Susie B-, Bosa Simpson, Pirate Chief,
92 each; Bed Cross, 93; Frank Gaylo, Riverside,
Two O'clock, 97 each: I'll Go, B. F. Fly, Jr., Ixion,
Attention, West Park, 102 each.
Second Race One mil. Dollie IlarJodlne, 89;
Ether,Alpha,S7 each: BoundJHrook, 101; Davb Zav,
J. B., F'rod. B., Lord Willowbrook, LuSe Richards,
Boro, Texas Star, 108 each; Press Connelly, 111;
Boyal Flush, Brookwood, Van Zant. 113 each;
Mary Sue, 113.
Third Race Five furlongs. Dr. Work, 90;
Swlfly. 91: Lajrrace, 9G: Lexington Belle, Prince,
Black Satin, Molller, 100 each; Sir Dixon, Jr., 103;
Bob Carter, 101; Leona's Last, 105; Sagua Wa,
Farthenla, Van Brunt, 108 each.
Fourth Race Ono mile. Archbishop, Cnnar
der, Jim Lee. 92 each: Russell Gray, 102; Char
treuse, Deceit, Sl each; Harlem, Francis Pope,
107; Brazos, Sir Abner, Largholta, Alfarret,
Shetlbark. Ill each.
Fifth Race Flvo furlongs. Charlie McDonald,
92; Somnambulist, Mr. Dunlnp, Marble Rock,
Hagin, 108 each; LP.tle Phil, Highland, 1 Im Mur-
F'hy, Tramp. Remorse. Tea Set, 104 each; Prince
mperlal, 107; Sullivan, Boy Lcchlel, 105 each.
Sixth Bace One mile. Hazel, Marcel B S9
each; Tenacious, 91; King Henry, 103; Lismore,
Uncle Jim. I'M cadi: Bugle, Bellsarius. Sly Lis
bon, Lndy Pulsifcr, 103 each: Clara lsell. 111; Pa
gan, Jack Rose, Harry Weager, 113 each; Slm
Dougherty and llolan.
Jack Dougherty and Jack Bolan with their
friends met last nlgl't to endeavor to arrange
a match. Dougherty wanted to post 5200
guarantee for weight nnd appearance and bos
Bolan to n finish with gloves in keeping with
tbe law at 12G pounds, weigh at ring ide, and
right for the net gate receipts, all to go to the
After n wordy argument Bolnn refused to
arrange tho contest on any terms except for
stake?. It 's now probabfo that the western
boy will look up a go with some ono else
who will be satisfied with n galsTmatch.
Trotting, Racing, and Running Races.
Bethlehev, Pa., June 12. Ihe opouing races
of the Spring meeting of the Eastern Pennsyl
vania Trotting Association here to-day at
tracted a great crowd. Ihe three-minute trot
ting race was won In three straight heats by
O. Pfeifer's 3IiKlra. Best time. 2:32Si. The
2:30 pacing raco was taken by Bello Mead farm's
Nellie K. in 2.-28. George O. Smith's Kingsbrine
won the 2:34 trot In 2.31)4. King Arthur camo
In first In tho half mile running race in 51
Forfeit .Money Recovered by Law.
Hew York, June 12. In the salt of James Stod
dard, of Paterson, N. J., to recover 1,500 which
he put up to back Austin Gibbons In a contest
with Jack McAulilTe, the Judge of the supreme
court to-day decided In favor of the plaintiff on
the ground that the money was on a contingent
event aud plaintiff had a right to tho return ot
the money. "I ho prize fighters were to meet at
the Granite Club, Hoboken, In September, 1S9I,
to fight four rounds for a purse of $l.0TA The
fight was stopped by the police, hence the suit
Ladies as Tennis Experts.
PniLADELrniA, June 12. The champion tennis
tournament began to-day at the grounds of the
Philadelphia Cricket Club at Wissahicken. In
the ladies' singles Mrs. IL Toulmin Belmont,
Miss Hellwlg, Miss Bauksou, Miss Seamont, and
Miss Atkinson were winners.
Holmesburg Driving Park Races.
PBTLASgLFHIA, June 12. The opening races of
the Spring moot of the Ilolmesburg Driving
Park Association were held to-day at Ilolmes
burg. The track was in excellent condition, the
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TESTING THE LAW.
Florida Authorities Try to Determine
Their Status to Prize Fighting.
TAUUnASSEE, Fla., June 12. Attorney General
W. B. Lamar, representing the sheriff of Dural
county, filed In the supreme court to-day the
record In tho case of N. B. Broward, sheriff, ts.
J. E. T. Bow den end others, composing the Du
ral Athletic Club of Jacksonville.
It will be remembered that when the Corbott
liltcbell fight was about to take place at Jack
sonrllle Governor Ilenry h. Mitchell ordered
several companies of the state military to that
city and placed them under the command of the
sheriff, who bad Instructions to prevent the
fight from taking place at all hazards. The
club applied to Judge 1C 31. Call, of the circuit
court In aud for said county, for a writ of In
junction restraining the sheriff trom interfering
with tho proposed exhibition under tho auspices
of the club.
Ihe inlunctlon was cranted. and the officers
were powerless to further interfere with tho
fight; but In order to test the sufficiency of the
laws of the state, which was held In question by
the decision of Judgo Call, an appeal was taken
to tne supreme court. Immediately after Clint;
tho record In the cause this morning the attor
ney general made a motion to advance the case
for argument. No counsel appeared for the ap-
felleed. and under the rules ot practice govem
ng the advancement of cases in tbo supreme
court ten days' notice Is allowed to appellees in
which to appear and defend, if they so desire, the
motion for advancement on the docket, and
nothing further can be done until that time ex
pires. The nnnounepment that an effort will be made
to bring about the meeting of Corbett and Jack
son in Jacksonville during the coming Fall will
make the attorney general more zealous in
J tress In g this cae before the supreme court,
or if the decision of the circuit court Is re
versed, then tho laws of this state will be deemed
sufficient to provent prize-fighting within her
borders, and with the pronounced views enter
tained by Governor .Mitchell on the subject the
whole tate would be called to arms rather than
to suffer another exhibition like that of last
On the other hand, If the supreme court con
curs In the decision of Judge Call, tho Governor
and officers would bt powerless to interfere
with prize fighting until the weak points laths
present laws are ameuded. Should this be the
case, which is very doubtful, and the proposed
fight for December materializes into anything
like a certainty, the Governor has repeatedly
signified his intention of calling the legislature
together In extra session to make such, amend
ments as are required.
Females Walking at .Midnight.
Quite a crowd visited Kernan's last night to
Bee the plucky girls reel oil mile after mile in
the walking match. The score at midnight
M. Ilarvey 53 1
A. Harvey 53 1
Tremont 54 4
Little Wonder 53 12
Hewitt 5t 16
Bell 57 8
Small Prices for Thoroughbreds.
Cincinnati, June 12. Woodward and
Shunklln's horse sale at Latcnla to-day was
very poorly attended, and the prices obtained
were a great disappointment. Twenty-seven
yearlings and horses in training sold for
$5,755, an average of ?213 a head.
Results of Other liaroc.
University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, X
Altoona,b: Headfmr, L
llazleton, IS: Kaslon.S.
Hjirrlsbtirg. S; Pottsvillo. 4.
Indianapolis, 14; ioux City, 7.
Toledo, 11: Milwaukee. 7.
Kansas City, 4; Grand Kuplds, L
Minneapolis, 11; Detroit, 3.
Pointers from the Pad Jock.
Manlove rode three winners.
Rebecca was severely kicked while at the post
in the first race.
That was a very "yellow looking ride M. Daly
gavo on Koy West.
J. Donnelly, the recent arrival from SL Louis,
Is one of tho bos; boys at the track.
When the saddling time came in the fifth raco
there was more noUe in the paddock than on a
The Klver View stables have certainly won
enough money to afford a new set of colors to
their crack jockey. II. Lewis.
Conundrum, the horst killed In the last race,
was a chestnut gelding 6 yenrs old, by Enquirer
Tassel, and was the property of A. Daseh.
Starter Cas3idy consumed twenty-three min
utes before gettinz the Arid off in the first race,
but after that did excellent work with the flag.
Wn.KiNS0N Ind., Juno 12 The large tile mills
of Smith Jc Co., Just about to be fired, have been
wrecked by a natural gas explosion. Loss more
ANNATOUf, Md., June 12. John Feasler, a cor
net soloist In the naval a en demy band, dropped
dead this afternoon, lie played with the band
Kansas Citt, Ma, June 12. Gen. Jones, with
nn 'army" I(X) strong, arrived from. Denver
early thl- morning. He went into camp with
Bennett's contingent in the east bottoms.
Casper, Wyo.. Juno li The first carload of
petroleum from the Casper wells was shipped to
Denver to-day. From nil indications these oil
fields will be as productive ns any in the West.
A?nLANn, Ky., June li The local fuel supply,
10111 household and Industrial, is effectual y
shut off. Tho men of all tim local coal banks
last night enlisted with tho United Mine Work
ers. Nebraska Citt, Neb., June 12. Fire this
morning destroyed the ban.9 and plant of the
Nebraska City street llailway Company. Eigh
teen head of horses were burned to death. Loss
unknown, but will bo heavy.
Helena, Mont., Juno li Forty-five Coxeyites
have been senteucod to Jail for sixty days for
stealing a Northern Pacific train at Heron,
Idaho. They will bo distributed among the
Tarious Jails of tho county.
lICTCiiiNsfiy. Kan., June 12. The Arkansas
river at this point Is highest lor seven years and
is still rising. Water is destroying thousands of
barrels of salt in warehouses near the river, and
one uf the largest inni;ifactiiring salt plants Is
in imminent danger oi collapse.
"Iiocfcbridgo Hye" best In world for sioney
tit gallon, II quart. 50c, pint, 5c sample bottle.
Lynch's, 404 Ninth street northwest. weds
J To Hot to GooW
Never on a Gas ltaneo. It
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the room. It doesn't give a
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just when you want It it's off
when you want all done In
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S-burnerGas Itancn, 3Il
4-burner Gas Hange, ill,
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Indies Straw Yacht' Hat, ILS9
Straw Hats and Caps for Children,
Soys, and Touths. SOc., 75a, 1, and
Straw Hats for Ken, 80c, SI, SLSO,
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Latest styles and colors Derby
Hats, 2, $2.50; 3, $3.50, i, and 85.
Tourist Soft Hats, In all tha lead
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Dress 8111c Hats, $6 and (8.
Plain Soft Hats and Pocket Hats,
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The oblecti a26-ISCH GLORIA
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Umbrellas. See it
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Laundry wort in all Its branches neatly ex,.
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HE KNOWS HOW TO BLEND THEM.
Ted Fisher, an old Craftsman, Is now blendlnr
drinks for us. Xow, boys, call and Bee him. H
Kill prebare a drink for you "at for the gods
and a lunch "flt for a king."
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