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X & PRICE ONE CENT. NEW Y0RK WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1888. PR1CEONE CENT.1 J
fcorpervlsor WinB the Pire Island
Harwood, the Favorite, Beaten
by Charley Russell.
Orlando, J. J. Healy and Bortie W.
Colt 'Win Other Races.
stzctal to m ivknino wonr.n.1
iSnionTON IlKicn Hack Track, Ang. 8. ITie
good crowd gathered In tho comfortable weather to
eo Brighton Beach racers extend ihemsehes
oonldn't help wondering when snob a board of
scratchers went up desplto tbo very fair track
to-day. Abont one-third of the names on the pro
gramme were cut ont before three races had been
Orlando, the favorite, captured tho Drat race,
paying $20. 65 for 15.
Uarwood, the talent's pet tn tbo second race,
made a gamo effort, but Charier Unwell was 'way
too fast for him, and took the race easily by thrco
fi lengths, paying $37. 20 for 15.
Ml Clatter, Ilass Viol and Dago were abont even
yl choicos for the third raco at three-quarters of a
fj mile, but J. J. Healy came Into the homestretch
IM with a burst, and won a protty oontcst by a head;
V only a head separated second and third In tola
1 l'urse $250; selling allowances; mllo and one-six-
Orlando, lis (Kelly) 1
nicbellcu, 116 (Malone) a
Pegasus, 102 (Tribe) 8
ViUltcr, 1C6 (Edwards) 0
llawley, 1U3 (Uollls) 0
5 Ilazelbatch, 100 (Barton) o
-.- Competitor, 103 (Clark) 0
Hegal, 103 (Einnott) o
Minnie Ccrni, 93 (LoveiO
Auction Tools Orlando, $40; llawley, W; Pe
,1 gasue, (IT: Hegal, 110: field, ISO.
I TaelUte. Four of ths tblrtoen entered were
soiaiched. nazelhatch led Hegal and Pegaaua at
the Hart and raada the running on tho bucretretch
before ltlotiellcu un,d Orlando.
lllchelltu came by at the stable turn, but had to
' w! 7lL'd t0 Orlando, who was nrst Into the straight for
; Orlando won by a length, Itlchelien second, a
length before Pegasus, who only beat Regal a short
head. Time I. MX.
Five-dollar mutuels paid $20.65; place, $10.50;
jtlchelleu paid $23.s& Two-dollar mutnels paid
JAM; place, $4.60; Rlchellen paid $12.85.
Purse $250; mllo and one-eighth; selling allow
ances. Charley Russell, 137 (Taylor) 1
Harwood, 180 (ToMn) S
Bedford, 1M (E. Lynch) 8
Trneborn, 1351 (Charleston) o
Wayward, 112. (M. II. Lynch) 0
fjtlss Charmer, 128 (Hanks) o
.Geo. Angus, 137 (Harris) 0
'Catherine M., 185 (M. Mills) 0
Auction Pools Wayward, $35; Harwood, $V);
Jibs Charmer, $23; Bedford, $25; Hold, $M.
The ltace. Bedford acted as usual at the post,
which is saying a good deal. (Jeu. Angns led Cath
erine M. and uarwood at the fall ot the flag to the
mable turn, where Charley Kuaaell got In front,
JJedford and Trueborn next.
Uarwood made bis spurt on the curve and com
ing through past Charley Russell waa first Into the
ftralghi for home. Charley Ruisell was too mnch
or turn hero though, and won by three lengths,
j Uarwood second, a half length before lied lord.
i Time a. 01 k,
f Five-dollar mntnels paid $37.20; place, $11.40;
9 Harwood paid ta.60. Two-dollar mutuels paid
IS. E0; place, $1.80; Uarwood paid $3.85.
Furse $250; celling allowances; three-quarters ot
i J. J. Healy, 101 (II. Lewis) 1
Relax, 107 (Regan)
LldaL., 107 (Uorton) $
Rasa Viol, no (boater) o
Dago, 107 ii. (Uarton) 0
John Alexander, 107. (Coffee) 0
Clatter. 107.. (Kelly o
MIller.lOT (Whrburn 0
Oracle, 103. (Morton 0
JNgbtihade, 105 .(Clark) 0
Qulbbler, KM (Taylor, 0
'irlx, 108 (Meehan) 0
Julia Miller. 100 TtMosleri 0
Pools Rasa Viol, $25; Dago, $25) Clatter, $20;
The Race. Nino of the twenty-two horses en
tered did not start.
, Clatter was leading at the start, before Julia MIL
i ler and llass VloL Bass Viol came put at the tnrn
by the stables and led to the homestretch, where
. , J. J. Ileal came by and won by a head, Relax
(j i aecond, a head before Llda i Time 1.17k.
I Five-dollar mutnels paid $86.60; place, $21.13;
n Relax paid $88.55. Two-dollar mutuels pald$lM0;
'J placo, $5.70; Relax paid $25. 25.
I rousm rack.
M Purse $350; selling allowances; seven-eighths ot
m tt mile.
II Bertie W. colt, 104 (Taylor) 1
i Baluda, 03, (Tribe) t
PI Rebellion, 104 (liarton) 8
ffl lemon, W., (Reagan) 0
Keystone. 01 (Cramer) o
Frolic, tor (Mollis 0.
St. Albans, 100 (Uollls) u'
Pools Lemon $15; Bertie V. colt, $0; Rebellion,
tsoj Frolic, bo: Held, $ea
The Race. The start was delayed by Rebellion.
The Uertle W. colt was first away. In front ot St.
Albans and Baluda. Halada at once took up the
running, but the Uertle W. colt stuck to her, the
pair leaving the others four to six lengths In the
, The Rente W.colt came by on the turn, was first
Into the straight aud won by a halt length, Baluda
three lengihs before Rebellion. Time L 80.
. ' Five-dollar mntuels paid $15.30; place, $&03i
l ' Baluda paid $28.75. Two-dollar mutnels paid M.7Bi
! place, $4; Baluda paid $11. 15.
. Purse $550, Fire Island Handicap; ono mile.
Supervisor, 104 (llollls) 1
BordelaUe, 110 (Whyhurn) S
TbeUourbon, 112 (Palmer) a
Autumn Leaf, 100 (Taylor) 0
Boodle, W (Kelly) 0
ItedNetto, v (Barton) 0
Souvenir, W (Cramer) o
Subaltern, tf (Moaler) 0
, ; Pools Dora el me, $80; The Uourbou and Bubal.
j tern, sold as Daly's entry, 170; Supervisor, $70;
1 ASW1 t. NW: Held, 00, '
Tho Race. The llourbon and Red NeWe led on
the atari before Uoodie and Uupervtsor.
! Bupervlsor came on the turn, was first Into the
komMtntch, and beat Uordelalse out by a length.
BordelaUe waa eight lengths before The Uonrbon,
K, the third borae. Time 43.
tJTt Five-dollar mutuels paid $20.75; place, $11. 15.
.?' Iipnlelale paid $12. 8a Two-dollar mutuels paid
3 IftSOj place, $a.8a Hordelalsepaid$L10.
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JU . Ajgjjl LJjkjNfelk JflSfwgrtf " if Pti aJytH ,f JBa6S(.A? a
A Largo Attendanoo at tho Extra
Elrslra, a Favorito, Wins the
Minnio Palmor, Bossio Juno and
King Crab Also Win.
rsrxciAi, to tots xvxMma woar.n.1
HARATOnA, Aug, & A largo atteurtanco wit
nessed the extra day'a racing to-day, although tho
card " was not a particularly Inviting one. The
weather was exceedingly hot and tho track lu nit
rate condition, Elmlra, a hot favorite, won tho
Purse $350, of which $50 to tho second, for all
ages; winners since June 1 to carry 6 lb. oxtra;
maiden and non-winning allowances; one mile.
Klmlra, 97 (Ilarnea) 1
Auitrlenna, IH (Martin) 2
Prince Fortunatus, V7 (Allen) 3
Harry Cooper, 113 (Gates) 0
Mala. 108 (Crittenden) 0
My Maryland gelding, 102 (Ossler) l
Alarlo, 100 (Vincent) o
Pierson, 86 (Warwick) 0
Uettln Elmlra, oven: Austrlenna, 10 to 1;
Prince rortunatus, 10 to 1; Harry Cooper, 80 to 1 ;
Mala, 8 to 1; My Maryland goldtng, 15 to 1; Alurlc,
8 to 2; Plerson.UU to 1. Pools Klmlra, $63; Prince
Fortunatus, $l; ncld, $25.
The Race. My Maryland gelding took tho lead
at the Btart and held It to the homestretch, whero
Elmlra came by and won by two lengths, Austrl
enna second and Princo Fortunatus third. Time
1.4 IK. Mutuels paid $13.00.
purso $300, of which $&0 to second; for two-year-olds;
selling allowances; five furlongs.
Minnio Pulmcr, U7 (Uarnes) 1
Tesia K 7 (Penny) 2
Navigator, 87 (Aden) 3
Trade Mark, 110 (Hamilton) 0
Sandy, 110 (Hyslop) o
Lskcview, 100 (Dorsey) 0
Flddlehcad, 103 (Render) 0
Wabassa, 100 (Ucary) 0
CoraU, 87 (Sammuns) 0
Mose K., 89 (Freeman) o
Rollln llawley. 06 (Houen) o
Jakey Toms, 01 (Mtchle) 0
Roustabout, 81 (Decker) o
Retting, Mlnm Palmer, 3 to 1; Tessa K., 7 to
1; Navigator, 8 tol; Trade-Mark, 8 to 2; Bandy,
IStol; Lakevlcw, 13 tn 1; Flddlehcad, 20 to 1;
Wabasia, S3 tol; CoraL., 20 to 1; Moso K., 10 to
1; Rollln Uawle), 10 to 1; Jakey Toms, 20 tol;
Roustabout, 15 lo 1.
The Race. Lakevlew waa left at tho post. Sandy
at once took the lead, lint was soon passed by
Minnie Palmer and Tessa K. Minnie Palmer
came away in the homestretch and won by two
lengths, Tessa K. second and Navigator third.
Time 1.03. Mutuels paid $17. 10.
Purse $450, ot which $100 to second, for all ages,
with non-wlnnlng allowances;- mile and three-six-'
RessteJnne, 108 (Williams) l
Bmlto, 103 (SoJen) 3
Ronnie 8., 110 (McCarthy) 3
White, 87 (Uarnes) o
Nettle, 7 (Griffith) o
Blyton, 91 (Allen) 0
Retting Bessie June, 1 to 4; Ronlta, 6 tol;
Bonnie B., 10 to 1: White, 10 to 1; Nettle, 30 to 1;
Elyton, 13 to 1. Pools Resale June, $53; field,
The Raoe. Bessie Jnne took the lead at the start
and was never headed, winning by four lengths
from Ronlta, Bonnie S. third. Time 2.U1.H.
Puree $300, of which $50 to second, for horses
that have rnn and not won at the Saratoga meeting
since July 20; three-quarters of a mile.
KlugCrab, 103 (Hamilton) 1
Tambourette, 98 (Osaler) a
Delia, 101 (Grimes) S
Harry Glenn, 103 (Stoval) o
Volatile, lOS (Wincbell) 0
Chickabomlny. 103 (McCarthy) o
Alta, 101 (Sammom) o
OoldenReel, 101 (Vincent) 0
Pashu, 100 (Martin) 0
I.afllt', 10O (laral) u
Ltttlo Minnie, IH (Williams) 0
Blaihcr, 85 (Doane) o
n Betting King Crab. 4 tol; Tambourette; 23 to
1; Delia, 15 tol: Harry Glenn, 12 tol; Volatile, 12
tol: Chickabomlny, 10 tol; Alta, 23 to 1; Ooluen
Reel, 8 tol; Pasha, 8 to I; Lantte, 8 to 1; Little
Minnie, 5tl. Pools Pasha, $18; King Crab, $T;
Little Minnie, $8: held, $25.
The Race. chlckahomlny and Little Minnie were
the leaders at the fall ot the flag. In the home
stretch Delia took the lead, but King Crab came
through with a rush and won by two lengths. Tam
bourette second, a neck In front ot Bella, Time
Pnrse $350, ot which $50 to second, for all ages;
Ran Yan, 109 (Barnes) 1
Rronzomane, 100 (Ostler) 2
Una R., 109 (McCarthy) 8
STho sixth race was won by Monmouth, Brian
orn second, Waukesha third. Time L 51X
CnicAao, Aug. a The results of the meeting
to-day are as follows:
First Race. Recluse first, Annie n. second.
Leonata third. Time Ul7y(.
Second Raoe Marchburn first, Sallla Hogan
second, Entry third. Time 1.04 .
Third Race. Bononxa first, Longllght second,
Tattoo third. Time 1.67.
Yonkera Entries for To-Morrow.
ISTXCIAL TO TBI EVEimfO) WOKLO.)
Yoniers, N. Y., Aug. a Hero are the entries
at Yonkers for Thursday, Aug. 0:
Flrit Racllt4tii horui j fWlchttii of a mil.
Mttlnf, IH); MModr. llBi Lonldu. 115; Ulziy lira,
n.tte. 111. Irada DolUr, 113, Hello Urickelt, 1I3
Daks of Monroe, 116 1 Th. Uo.. Hoi AlUbo. lis lb.
bsoood Kfcoe. lilUns allowinoea: dx fartonaa. Olea
Almond. 115: Jw I'Urmoo, 125i Hi Wni. lii p.
uok. 120i ltowdle, llOt Ooanod, 118 1 Vlteilo, 115 1
Puree, lOfllb. , ,
ihlrd lUce slllna Allowance; seven furlonge.
llattledore, 105; llleued. US) Klimet. US: Gtmbette.
10S; Lana Blown, JU3; Llule M.. 101: Commander,
1U3; Nina D., 80; Qneen of lleuta, 1131b
rourta Race. To eurjllu lb., in furlonaf. ailt,
Arerr, Oaborne, Bredburn, Bieabeun, John Kejret,
lUrane. UU lb. eaoh. ,
l'llllilUce WelUr weliht ; three-quartara of a mile.
-1'arkvllle, 143 1'lajfalr, 14J French. 143; Adolub,
11J, ViaUant. 139 1 Little Mlcier. 138.
Hnraloun Knlrlea for To-.IIorrow.
ISPECIAL TO THE ETEXllta 'WOBLD.l
6ARATOOA IUci Track, Aug. a Following la
the list of entries for the races Thursday, Aug. o :
Flrit Raoe Puree t&OO; one mile and eerentr jerda.
-Uellatou. 84lUariman, 103; Lelai. 11U; Uriaette, 1U0;
Hoe,l)3i IIidJo, 83 lb.
Beooud )Uoo. - The Vlralnla BUkee, for Iwo-rear-oldai
die furlODH.-Henla, 87 s Ilraot, 10U; RruaMla, 100;
Juanltacoit, 1UU; lied IJllit, 100; Tbe Lloneaa, 1U7
llatlon, 105; Heron, 11U, Cartoon, 87 1 Jennet, 100;
lllllet. 100; Chandler. 1U0 1 Illue lleok. lob, Ore.
Qaeen, 1U7; bejmour, 103; CellenU, 1101b.
third Raoe. Handloap eweepatekee: one mile and a
quarter -War,, KM. Bell d'Or. 07; Joeepb, 85;
Daruna. 187; Aran, 103; Harry Cooper, 85, Urpoerile,
lu-i; tVahno, 1031b.
Fourtb Ilaoe-l'uree (400, for mald.n three-rear-olds;
threo-uuerlere o( a nnle.-1'eralan II., 107. Vonna
bweep. 11U, WrnoooU. HO Lnrelace, U0t Petulance,
lOSiimo., llail-heriff. 1U7; O'.N.iia07. el.ello, no',
KllaHnnlb oolt.110iLllllta.103i Donald. 114. btf.r.
note.lU3i Ban llope,107i Belle Wood, 1U1; I'eraian.iio,
Allantown.llOlb. ..,... ...
Fifth Rao.. -The Trouble BUkee. a handicap steeple
ohnae over tbe fraettonal coo ree (about two miree end a
querter.-wfllle Palmer. liSiwlU DTl, ISO; Mont
OrUto, 113 ; Tenneae ee, 175 1 Killarnsy, U5 lb.
Weather clear, track fast,
Tbe Robert Clnrrett Towed In.
The steamer Robert Garrett, which carried ex
cursionists to meet Mr. Blaine, this afternoon met
with an aocldont to her' machinery while la the bay
and WM towed lo,.
LARRY'S FATAL JUMP.
Tho Swift Tido Under the Bridgo
Ho Was Hard Up and Did It for
a Little Money.
THE STORY BY A HAH WHO SAW HIM.
Copyrtato, 1883, oy r. Prut FttWhtng Ompatiy (Tt
IbTICIAL CABLE DXSrATCTI TO TTTE WOELD.l
London, Anc. 8. It is cortnin now that tho
mnrj wlio junipod from ClinrinR Cross
Ilriileo nntl lost his lifo was Lnrry l)on
ovaii, tho New York bridRciuinpor. Tho
statement wns ilouhtctl at flrst bocnuso it
restoil sololy on tho word ot n man nameil
HarBronvcs, who mlmittod thnt ho was drank
nt the timo ho said it.
Tliero scorned to bo no roaRon for Donovan
making eucIi a jump nt high wator, at which
timo tho man was soon to tnko tho leap, as
tho top of the bridco nt that timo is nohighor
from tho wntor than tho bridco ovor tho Hnr
lcm Kivor at 'Xhird nvenno.
A policomim sawflvo mon ro on tho bridco,
bnt did not know any of them. Soon nftor
ho hoard a splash and saw a man struccling
in tho river.
Tho polico bont was sent out to rosono him,
but it was too late.
When tho man's companions saw that ho
was drowned thoy ran away, and nothing
has sinco been soon of them.
Tho bridgo is undergoing ropairs, and it is
probablo that whoover it was that jumpod
struck somo projecting timbers.
Hnrgrcnvos sajs he was going homo at tho
timo, half tipsy, and saw a man Jump on tho
railing of tho bridgo. His companions wore
urging him on, and just bofore ho jumpod
tho man waved his anna wildly nnd said : " I
am Larry Donovan."
Tho policoman, who was eloso by, says ho
heard nothing of tho kind. Hargrcavei de
nies ho know eithor Donovan or anv of tho
other mon. Tho hat trie man left on tho
bridgo affords no oluo. Tho body has not
boon found yet.
Tho Btrongost ovidenco yot that tho man is
Donovan Is tho fact that the latter did not
keep an appointmont nt tho Sporting Life
offlco this morning.
Donovan had been In condition of pitiful
povorty for tho past few woeks. lTo bad no
no homo and would havo starvod had not his
friends helped him.
Somo people who saw him on Sunday said
ho acted liko a man ont of his hood. Ho may
havo made tho fatal jump in tho hopo of
making a fow shillings.
Lateb. The Evenino Would correspon
dent learned for a cortainty this aftornoon
that tbo man was Donovan. He lodged at
No. 4 Angel court with a Mrs. Cooko, and
shared n room with Jack Davenport, a prizo
flghtor. Mrs. Oooko's son 'William, who was with
Larry when ho mado tuo jump, said to The
Evening World correspondent i
' ' Tlioro woro four ot us with Donotnn,ond
wo had all been drinking. A man named
Ryan dared Donovnn to jump Charing Cross
Bridge, and n littlo money was put up. A
policoman stoppod ub at first, but we wont a
littlo further along and Larry went off tho
rail liko a shot, Ho did shout ' I am Larry
Donovan, ' as Hargrcaves savs. '
'"Hargroavos was one of our party. Tho
tido was just at flood, and running under
tho bridgo liko a mill race. Tho current wan
too strong for Donovan, and dragged him
This information is not yot known to tho
London polico, who aro inclinod to the idea
of snicido. Ttiis is no such thing, becauso
Donovan had tho promise of somo money at
Kcwcastlo noxt wook. If his body is found,
frionds horo will subscribo to bury it. Don
ovan's gold modal, which Mr. Fox, of tho
Police Oazeltc, gavo him, is in pawn for 2.
Turbulent HtrlUce Tbroucliont France.
IT CABLE TO THE I-BESS NEWS ASSOCIATION.
Paws, Aug. 8. Strikos aro multiplying
horo and in tho departments, and constitute
a sorious problem for tho Govommont,
Frcsidont Carnot is avorso to using the
troops, and advises tho polico authorities to
uso all their own rosourcos before- calling
upon thorn for assistance. Tho strikors last
night wcro very violent. Thoy plundered
and sacked two cafe's, and wore dispersed
sovoral times by tho polico.
Tho funeral of Gon. Endcs, tho Commun
ist, in in progress. Thousands of Commit,
nards aro in the procossion. Tho strikers havo
mustored in largo mossos. Bo far the polico
havo maintained ordor.
rusted the Ilauee nf Commons.
lirZCIALCAULE TO III EVEHIKO WOnLD.l
London, Aug. 8. Tho bill providing for a
commission to inquiro into tho charges
mado by tho Timts against Mr. l'arnoll nnd
others passed the Houso of Commons this
afternoon 180 to CI.
More riots occar In l'arls Inconsequence ot the
Blossom defeats Hexton In the Saratoga billiard
The town of Bristol, It. I., Is being ravaged bj
A railroad collision In England causes the death
of six persons.
The Democrats earn the State of Alabama by
The American Association goes back to twenty.
A threatened striKo lu tho Blacxbnrn Mills In
England may throw 80,000 persons out of employ
ment. The head clerk of tbe Bursar's office at Ilarvard
College steal's 11,000 and lerves for pans un
known. Uoartlsndt Palmer's will, filed yesterday In the
IHurrogate'a office, divides his estste among bis
four calldreu, with a special beqnest to his son
ltobert Amory Palmer, and a Ufa estate to his
widow, mere are two separata wins and two
.womu iraioA ate wia to bo eaitU)a.
A GOOSE EGG NOG FOR THE COLONELS.
That's the Sort of Baseball Hospitality Brooklyn Extended
to Louisville Ycstordayi
o llciry OnjCHUQCHCfl A
FEARFUL RAILROAD DISASTER.
A Train on the IIIr Four I.lnei Wrecked with
Grent I,oa of Life.
(srxciAL TO THE ETKxrxa WOELn.
Indianapolis, Aug. 8 2.G5 r. m. A fenrful
railroad disaster happenod at 1.30 this aftor
noon on n branch of tho Dig Four line about
a mllo from Fairland.
All accounts ngreo that tlioro was groat loss
of life and limb, but tho figures vary. Ono
roporthas it that thirty pooplo aro killod.
Another says ten killod and thirty woundod.
THHEE OARS DERAILED.
An Accident on the Harlem Hand Which
TJnrelr Escaped Being- a Disaster.
A railway accident which imperilled many
lives occurred on tho Harlem Railroad at 11
A. ii. today.
A north-bound froight train jumped tho
track at Ono Hundred and Sixty-second
stroet and Fourth avenuo.
Threo cars wero dorailod and tho train was
dolayed an hour and a half. No ono was in
M'AULIFFE'S TWO CHALLENGES.
One far Hilly Dncey and tbe Other to
Johnny Ilcaann llln Money ! Up, Too.
Jack lie Annus seems anxious to fight and has
Issued challenges to Billy Daccy and Johnny Iten
gan. Here la bis dell to Oacey:
"After the numerons challenges which have
been directed to me by Billy Daccy, I have decided
to see If ho really means business. I have posted
1250, showing that I am now ready to take np that
oft-repeated challengo to fight In my own dais
and for the llght.wclgbt championship ot America,
wblon be claims be now holds.
"I will OifM him to a finish, skin gloves, Qneens
berry rules, time to bo set hereafter, for $1, 000 a
side and $1,000 purso. I have the purse seenrnd
now, and there Is every Inducement for him to
make tho match. I will meet him at the Mice
Uatette oDlce on Hatnrday, Ang. 11, to make ar
rangements. If he la In as good faith aa I am,
there will bo no tronble In arranging a match.
The challenge to Ileagan la aa follows:
For the man who claims that Jack Dempsey
would not have defeated him at their last meeting
except by wrestling (Johnny Hesgsn) and who
Bays he can whip Dempsey, Queenaberry rules,
there Is a onance for him to spread himself by ac
cepting a challenge whloh I make lo him to oox
four to ten rounds. Qneenberry roles, his strong
hold, In public, and I will bet him 11,000 and all
the receipts of the house that he won't defeat me.
' In order to give him a chance to show his skill
I will agree to box at catch weights, which will bo
from 15 to B pounds In his favor.
" I nave deposited 1840 aa forfeit, and will meet
Iteagan on Friday, Aug. 10, at the Jtttfcvi Oatette
office, between 9 and 11 A. ., to draw up articles.
"Now, Johnny, don't say lam binding, for my
money shows that there Is no question abont my
eagerness to meet you, Jacx McAuuprE."
The First Indlnn Who Kline Dies.
Sr. Paul, Minn., Ang. 8. An inside man from
Standing Itock to-day saya the Indiana have re
solved In secret session to kill the first Indian who
signs the treaty. This troublesome resolution
makes It awkward for the first Indian to sign. Ho
credits tbo Indians' firm position to the bad advice
of the squaw men and half-brcda, They laid the
foundation for the refusal. He thinks It would be
well to make a clean sweep of these men at the
other agencies befure the Commissioners got
aronnd. It might be too late now, as the lower
sgcncles are kepi advised of the movements at
bunding Itock by Indian counora.
Carson'a Umla-nntlon Promptly Accepted.
(SriCIAI, TO TTIE KVINIXa WOBLD.I
CniCAOo, Aug. 8. Jamea D. Carson, the hero of
a pending unsavory divorce case, and now said to
be sick In New York, has telegraphed his resigna
tion as Manaser ot tho Western Indiana end Hell
Line railroads, and It was promptly accepted by
the directors. Uenjamln Thomas, a practical rail
road tnsn, succeeds him.
Jersey City Jottlnar.
Frank IlrowUh, aged twenty-eight, a brakeman
on the trie ltallroad, fell troin the Tnnnelo ave
nue bridge at o'clock to-day, a distance of thirty
feet, and waa severely Injured. He lives on Nas
sau street, Newark.
President John II. Olpson and ten members ot
tbe colored railway porters' Keystone Club, who
were arrested at 100 Hudson street, Jersey City, by
Officers ltyerson and Flnley, yesterday, charged
wllh poker gambling, wcro held for trial by Jus
tice milling to-day.
" I am weary of living," moaned poor Mrs, lllatW,
For I'm fairly worn out with the ache In my
Jdy nerves are a obaln
Ot weakness and pain.
And my poor head Is aching aa If It would crack. "
"Now don't bo discouraged," cried goed Mrs.
It's never so dark bnt there's promise ot light)
I can tell yon. In brief.
What win give you relief
Pierce's Favorite Prescription will soon set yon
It is the only remedy for woman's peculiar weak,
nessea aud ailments, aold by drus-giaia nnder a
positive guarantee from me manufacturers, that It
will give satisfaction in every case or money will
be refunded. Bee guarantee oa botue wrapper,
I'lttaburg. .... o ooooooaioo;
lloston. l'ltuburjr gsme called at tbe end of the
eleventh Inning on account of darkness. Hooro
stood Boston, ; Pittsburg, 3.
Ilaiu rtes Howders and Kelly; Morris and Car
roll. Umpire Mr. Valentine.
Philadelphia 4 S oao 1
Chicago l o o t a o
llattcrles Banders nnd Hhrlver; Mains and Far.
roll. Umpire Mr. Lynch.
Mains, tho Chicago's now pltoher, was knocked
ont of tbe box in the first Inning, and Van Ualtren
went Into pitch.
Heavy storm at Washington. Washington-Detroit
Athletics v 3 0 110 0 4
at. Louis i oooooo
Ilatterlee Bewartl and Iloblnaon: Hudson and
Boyle. Umolre-iMr; Cothbert.
Cincinnati 0 0401000
Haiti more ooooopio
llattcrles emltn and ftecnan; Smith andlCaatx.
Umpire Mr. Uaffney.
Cleveland 0 0
Kansas City o 0
Batteries HaVely and Hnyder; Eulllran and
Donohne, Umpire Mr. ilcQuald.
Wllkcabarre oooooooo o o
Newark 0000000 1j, i
Wllkeabarre Daso hits, 5; errors, 2.
Newark Base hlta, S; errors, l.
llatterles llosch and Cuff; llaker and Sullivan.
Umpire Mr. McLean.
Elmlra o o ojo o o 0 o o o
haston 0 0001000 1
naileries Doran and Iltze; Unlllvaa and Mc
Keever. Umptre Mr. Holland.
Jersey City 1
llatterles Lynch and Hayes; Ithlnea and Cor
coran. Umpire Mr. Pierce.
Scranton vs. Jersey City game postponed at the
end of the first Inning on account of wet grounds.
London o o o o n o
Troy O 3 S 0 0 0 ;
Batteries (lelsssnd Klnslow; Secrlng and Ban
ning. Umpire Mr. Brady.
Rochester o oosoosos 7
Albany 1 u O i 1 0 0 3 0 6
Batteries Caliban and McKeougb; CoogbUnand
Qulnn. umpire Mr. Kmslte.
namllton 0 1 o 0 0 0 S
Buffalo 1 0 o I l o s
Batteries Jonea and VUner; Penning and
Welch. Umpire Mr. Hcngle.
ON TOE DIAMOND.
Htnndloff of the Clubs Ibis Morning.
Lkaodx. far Association, jvr
nee, (, ttnt. Won. Aeff. mil.
New York... l JH .6.W St. Louis..... 1 .fal
Obleaio 49 JJ .?03 Brooklyn .... i Si .834
potroft...... T 'Ji .680 Athl.llo...... tO SI .IT
PbiledelpbU. SW 41 .1 Cincinnati... 0 81 ,C17
iloaum SS S .458 Baltimore. .. BS 41 .4S4
PltUbnxs... W 41 ,44 LouUfllle, ., HI CJ ,t1
Indlanapolla, SI DO ,8S8 OlefeUuid. . 30 Dl .870
VfeaMustoa. SI DO .Stsi Kanaae Oltr. 24 f7 iiIV6
International Lrngoe on Hntnrday.
Won, Lc't, ttmtaat.
Syracuse 01 1 .fis
Toronto 41 Ui .(81
II. ronton 44 71 .(l6
((oeheeter bi 31 .tay
liondon 31 ii .4S9
llulTalo 20 4J .883
Ti..j 5 4 ,$a
Albany , 18 bi .323
INSIDE THE FODL LINK&
Bo Boston won a ball game I
Ten straight games won and mora toeome.
The Hooslers again to-day and Plttsborg to
morrow. Conway's long lay-off seems to havo done him
more good than harm.
The brace the boys look yesterdsy proved con
clusively that they have stomachs.
The last two games whloh Vlan baa pitched for
Clnclnfmtl have been extra inning ones.
Ewlng e leg is still far from well, but the way
Back ran bases waa a lesson to the sprinters.
Good work, Waahlngtanl Now then, Quakers,
brace up and do nomsthlng for yourselves and
Uude Esterbrook yesterday removed the shirt of
his uniform and played In a gauze wrapper. He
didn't look very pretty.
Now that he has had time to think It all over,
doesn't Umpire Kelly really bellete that Tlernan's
run should nave counted t
Tbe girls' gallery was crowded yesterday when
one ot those convulsive creatures broke ont wlthi
Ob, myl How fanny ho docs look In short
clothes I" No ono fainted.
Aa waa foreshadowed In Tub Kvkxino World
Sporting Extra of last evening, tho meeting ot the
American Association at Philadelphia rraulted In
the return to the 23-cent tariff and guarantee sys
tera; a reaolutlou to tbe effect that the Brooklyn
Club bad been Indiscreet la spproaohlng 'ftp
O'Nell waa passed, and the matter of tbe wrangle
over the Kanaka Clly-Ilrooklyn game ot July It
wC4tponed,ezC0Dt IIUU Urookjvn, droWcb.OCJC
tT..ii&B.i.,, , ik ,!,' ' ifrfWi. SE'yet?a H
ONE MORE VICTORY.
HoosiorB Given Thrco Straight
No Interruption in tho Onward
March of the Giants.
New York 4
Indianapolis ..... I
(SrkCIAL TO Till XVENlNa W0RLD.1
PotoUnouNDs, Aug. 8. For the third tlrnn of
tho week the Hooslers and Giants played ball at
the Polo Grounds this afternoon. Agalu did tho
heavy clouds betoken rain, but narrow escapes
from wet weather the past two games led tho
throngs who admlro baseball to hopo tor a fair
afternoon again to-day.
The same fair weather prophets said the Giants
wonld win again, too, and thus soore their elev
enth straight victory and their third successlvo
gamo won from Indianapolis on tbe homo grounds.
The Giants were out In force, with Kcefo In tho
box and Kwlng placed above Whitney In the bat
ting order. Blaltery'a low place In the list Is dno
to his weakness.
Tne Hooslers made a slight chango tn their lino
of battle. Esterbrook waa laid off, probably for
grand-stand playing, and Bally took his placo at
flrst, Bsnny's hands wero still In very bad condition
and Ilnokley was substituted.
Umpire Kelly officiated again, this time In a new
aud clean white flannel suit. Four thousand peo
ple were present, and baggies back ot the ropes
INUIANArOLIS. NIW TORX,
Beery, L f. Ward, a. a.
Buckley, 31 b. ltlchardson, 9d b.
nines, a f. Tlernan, r. f.
CUasscock. a. a. Connor, 1st b.
Baasett, 11 b. O'Kourke, L t
Dally, lstu Ewlng, c
Mctleacby, r. f. Whitney, 3d o.
Boyle, p, Mattery, o. f.
Myers, o. Keefe, p.
First Inning Ward hit a alow grounder, which
Baasett sent to first, and ltlchardson wss a victim
to Glasscock and Dally. Tlernan was hit by a
pitched ball and stole to second on a passed ball.
Connor made the third out by hitting a grounder,
which Dally carried to first.
Heery struck out, and Buckley, too, ponndea the
air throe times, lllnes after wasting considerable
energy upon fouls poped up a fly, which ltlchard
Second Inning O'ltonrke retired on an easy
bounder, which Baasett fielded to first. Ewlng
filed ont to McUeachy,bnt Whitney banged a beau
tiful base bit to centre and Slattery banted a single
alongthebaaellne to third. Five balls to Keefe
filled the bases and brought tWard to bat, and John
Montgomery did Juat the right thing. lie knocked
a slow line hit past second on which Whitney and
Slattery easily scored. Itichardsbn hit a Oy to
nine. Two runs.
Glauoock and Baasett both hit files which fell
Into Tlernan's hands. Dally took advantage of a
alow pitched ball and knocked it to left for two
bases. MoUeachy went out from ltlchardson to
Third Inning Tlernan led ort with a pretty
donble to left centre, and scored on Connor's sin
gle past second. O'ltourke boosted a baser to
Centre, and Itoger reached second. Both runners
were advanced a base by Ewlng's well-placed sac
rifice to Dally. Whitney hit a liner, whloh Qlass
cook oaught and aent to Ilnokley ou third In time
to donble Connor at third, one ran.
Boyle went out from Whtmey to Connor.
Myers sent a grounder to ltlchardson which he
fielded to first. Secry slammed a grounder tow
ards Whitney too hot for any one to hold and took
first. Buckley's single to right advanced Seery to
second, nines struck ont.
Fonrth Innlne Seery mado a pretty catoh of
Slaitcry's abort fly to left. Keefe tnounht ho had
got bla base on balls, bnt mistook himself, and was
retired on strikes. Ward nit np a fly and Beery
(Uasscock: fouled ont to Whitney. Bassett was
hit on tbe arm by a pitched lall and took first.
Ho reached second on a psssed ball and took third
on lining's low throw to IUchard'aon. Dally
popped a fly to Connor and McOeaehy was retlrej
on a grounder to the same big first baseman.
Fifth Inning After ltlchardson bad knocked np
an easy fly to Boyle Tlernan grounded a base hit
Cast second and stole that base by a splendid slide,
onnor's sacrifice ont from Boylo to Dally ad
vanced Tlernan to third, bnt uselessly, for
O'ltonrke filed ont to Baasett.
Boyle strnck out. Myers bit to Ward and re
tired at first. Beery, the star batter, was retired
on three large and Juicy strikes.
Sixth Inning Ewlng killed himself by hitting a
grounder to first. Whitney grounded to Baasett
and went ont at first. Slattery knocked a single to
centre and stole second, bnt Keefe strnck out, No
Ward assisted Bnckley out at first, nines hit
hard to centre, and the ball taking a bad bound by
Slattery, Paul rescbed second, lie took third on a
wild pitch and scored on Ulaascock's single to cen
tre. Jack stolo second and took third on Basaett'a sac
rifice grounder to ltlchardson. Dally strnck out.
Seventh Inning Ward hit hard to Bnckley, who
tumbled, and John reached flrst in safety, lie took
second on Illchardson's sacrifice and third on a wild
Tlernan then made his third hit of the game and
Ward scored. Connor popped a fly to Glasscock In
short centre. Tlernan made a brilliant steal of
second and waa warmly applauded, but waa left
there, O'Kourke striking out. One run.
McGeachy went ont on a slow bit, which Connor
Folded to Keefu at first. Ewlng here made a
righteous and continued kick against Dally and
nissscocK. the coichrr., who perflated In telling
tbe signs Ewlng gave K efe to the batters.
At laat uiaeacock was sent to tho bench by Um
pire Kelly. Boyle filed out to Slattery and Myers
hlghlh Inning Ewing struck out Whitney hit
a high fly to Secry, and Slattery'a line fly to right
furnished a brilliant catcb to McGeachy.
Five balls gave beery flrst. Buckley hit a long
fly to Slattery. beery tried to steal second, but was
retired by Kwing'a flue thro.
nines reacbeii flrst on balls. Connor made a
great catch of Glasscock's foul fly.
Ninth Inning New York, 0.
SCORE BT INNINOS.
Now York 0 aiuooioo 4
Indianapolis. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
New Y'ork BaBe hits, 0; errors, 2.
Indianapolis Bsee hits, S; errors, 2.
Air. Thorman Will Visit Michigan.
IsraotAL TO TRX WOULD. I
CoiuuBUs,o.,Ang. 6. Judge Allen O. Thurman
announces that ho has accepted the Invitation ex
tended to him some weeks ago by some Michigan
gentlemen to attend a meeting of Democrats of
tnat State, at Port Huron. They left It to him to
' fix the date and Mr. Thurman baa selected Ang. SS.
Mr.Thurmau will be accompanied by Congressman
Oatbwalte and ft S. Cox, besides Msj. Thurman
and other members of tbe family. They will leave
here on the 21st and go by rail to Toledo, where
they will take boats for Port Huron. Several days
will be spent in the trip.
Declare He Never Haiti It.
(SrlCIAL TO TOE WOSLU.
Washington, Aug. a senator Palmer la very
much annoyed over the publication of an expres
sion, falsely attributed to him, that In his opinion
not more than half a dozen senators had prooared
their seats by the too free use ot money, or by the
employment of money in exoeu of Icgtumste ex
penses. He says he never made use of any suoh
expression, nor of anything In the remotest degree
like It, and that be waa not even seen by any
reporter u( thajiner which JubUAhW ItlWiri
Louisville Loses Once More to tho ' 'H
Tho Home Team Got a Load Early 'JH
in the Game. J,
Brooklyn . S . 5 ;H
Louisville . I , XM
inTTBUtrnONB TO THE XVirmtO WOULD. 1 "BbbbbbbbbbI
Washington Pahi, Bhooxlyn, Ang. 8. The 'WW
Lonlsvlllcs plaved their third game wltn the) ' JM
Grooms this afternoon. The Western Union tele- '(
graph facilities wero so bad that It was Impossible f$U
to send a dctallod report of tho gamo. lll
Terry and l'ecplca wcro In tho points for the ABktM
Brooklyn nine, and a similar service Was done tor H
the Colonels by Stratton and Cook. ibbbbbbbbI
Umpire Mr. Ferguson. ' leeeeeeeel
The Grooms will leavo at once for Cincinnati, lt3
where they play their next game. ;H
The attendance waa qnlta slim and that deiplto fql
tne fact that It was ladles' day. V'H
What was lacking In numbers, however, waa lfM
mado np In enthusiasm, and every sood play which ?
was mado by the homo team or visitors waa loaay uH
BBOOXLTN. LOnUTlLU. '
Plnkney, Sd b. Mart, Sd b. -iLWmW
O'Brien, I. f. Collins, L f.' SlsH
carutners, r. f. Wolf, a. a. , iMH
Foutz, ibid. Browning, c t iJM
Terry, p. Kertna, r. f. TH
Smith, a. a. Andrews, In b. V.ltH
Hadford,e. f. Werrlck, Mb. X'39bbbbbbbbb!
Burdock, Sd b. Cook, c. .HH
Pecpies, c. Stratton, a vH
Umpire Mr. Ferguson. , 'j
First Inning Brooklyn, on Browning! muff, at 'lH
Plnkney'a drive, O'Brien's sacrifice and Carnthea'e , H
safe lilt, scored one run. -deeeeBBBBBi
Mack waa given tits base on balls. He waa forced ..ToH
ont by Colllna's grounder to Smith. Coutna took , SLH
second on a passed bail. Wolf rounded to .Bur- 'jlUmm
dock and Collins got to third. Browning bounded v.H
to Smith, H
Second Inmug Vaughn relieved Browning In ;JI
centre field, the giant having Injured hla ankle H
running to first. waH
Terry grounded to Werrlck, Smith did the same.! 'Ckmmm
Itadford got to first on balls and Btolo eecond.1 7H
Burdock filed to Vaughn. i ti!mm
Kertna struck out. Andrews fouled to Fonts '. J?H
and Werrlck failed to and the ball. JbBbbbbb!
Third Inning Peeplcs took first on five ball. J
Plnkney dropped a hit to right on which FeeMeat Mm
took third, and Plnkney aecond on the throw to VH
third. O'Brien hit to Wolf and died at Unit. jVaeeeM
Peeples soared on the play and Pink got third.' .'bbbbbbbI
Carathera took bis base on balls, but waa caught ' i,Wm
trying for second. FoutE hit away over second ifmMM
and Plnkney scored. Terry hit to Wolt and forced VJB
Foutz at second. Two runs. iaH
Fourth Inning Smith fonled out to Werrlcx. 3bbH1
ltadlord hit for two bases to right centre. Burdock: -.:vH
grounded to Wolt and Itadford waa caught trying 'A4H
to steal home. ..iBbIbbbbbI
An altercation between Andrews andBurdoct )
over a collision. ieBHI
Cook bounded to Smith, and Stratton hit hard to ttH
Terry for a base. Mack filed high to Smith. JsBeBBBa
Collins sent up a foul fly, which Plnkxey ran tot CJHH
but collided with Vaughn, who was on the coach- Bl
Ing point, and Collins was declared out. itBeeeH
Fifth innlng-l'ecplea filed to Mack. Flnksej "''jl
fouled to Stratton. O'Brien tipped ont KaeBBBBBaei
Mack hit safely over second. Collins filed .to '&
Smith. Wolf struck out. Vaughn filed to Itadfordi flH
Sixth Inning Carnthers hit safely past second. rMmtmm
Foutz hit to Andrews, who doubled Carathera at
Terry hit to Wolf, who threw wUdto first,. btt akmmmm
tbe llruoklynlte was caught purloining second. , tz
Kenna fouled out to Foutz. Andrews struck oct.) v
Peebles took Werrtck's high foul. TBbbbbbbbbI
Seventh inning Brooklyn, S. .' ..bbbbbbbI
LOUlStlllO, U. '.IBBBBBBBBBl
Eighth Inning Brooklyn, a bbbbbbbvI
Louisville, a i)J
Ninth inning Brooklyn, a i.H
LOUUVllle, U. SxtaBBBai
SCORE BY INNINOS. &MMuWl
nrooklyn 1 o a o o o a o 0 'leHl
LjuUTllle 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 Ol 'H
Brooklyn Base bits, s : errors. 4. VLbbbbbI
Louisville Base hits, 4; errors, 7. UU
Tlie Umbllltv of tlie Western Union TUet& 'iBeBBBBBal
Cki;xutt lovrvctde a circuit to WculUngtoa Tart t
this arternoon, maae tt impossible to crft AH de- J
tails of the Brooklvn-LouxsttUe gams thU oflfrw 1!H
COSSIP OF TRACK AND RING. ', $m
Tom Lees, the Australian champion, ihowsgobd JbIbbbbbI
sense in deciding to give the American puWWfat (H
chance to Judge ot hla quality as compared vrKU s
Jimmy Carroll' before tackling Jack Dempaoy. 'H
Carroll and Lees will box six rounds In some hall JiBw
In the next six weeks nnder Billy Maddea's man- H
e e e bbbbbbbw
How very qnlet the Jackal la when thellonrsjasl -
It used to be the same with Sullivan as III Bow H
with Dempsey. Whenever he showed a dlsposHiAa V
to attend to business for a little the Frank HeraMa 3W
and Mervlne Thompsons cropped np over nlgBS, Luum
Gentlemen like Mr. Ben All Haggin and Otter MJU
regular occuuauU of the Monmouth Park not sSH
track always stand behind Instead of before tho ,H
board, and do not cover np the figures. (iutea s SflB
number of ahem gentlemen havo bad aoeeaa to "1'SH
this stand recently, though, who think nothjagbf ll'IH
posing before the grand stand for the whole period ulSB
between two races, with their unmannerly peraoaa il3H
so hiding the board aa to make the announced time i
BUly Oliver, tho well-known Harlem sporting '
man, went from yesterday's Monmonth Park race) "'JH
to Washington. The t'olomao regatta U on foVux tB
day, and Billy la assisting and placing moaejo -B
the Patsalci In the four-oared shell against ta( &9
Columblas and tbe Potomaca.
Yonng Master Joe McCarthy, who sat np all M
Monday night hoping for rain to favor hi ' mud H
horse " Gerty McCarthy in the Camden Stakes yes. tft
terday, waa delighted with the present tho wsll- H
known trainer Tom Evans made him Tuesday jU
morning. It was what Evans promised him tt hi 'JH
horse Sorrento won In the mud the other day. The 'stfll
gift Jnit arrived from England, and McCarthy nbw '
aporu a pin that is tbe envy ot all who see hue. In 31
thehssdof the pin Is a Uny EUilatreoMr4 fc'Ml
Archer la the scarlet and black Cp $t.Htj l
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