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LHDUn UHl smM SPmPL. o. v LHDUII DAT 1 . " : . 'u " " "7""1 '" '''' ' "'r ;- rSJ 9 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, MONDAY, SEPTEMHEli 2, HH. PRICE ONECENT B LIST EMM LABOR DAY. New York Tollers Colebrato It with Music and Marching. i Ihe Big Parade Formed About Washing- ton Square. . Roviowod from tho Cottago on the North Sldo of Union Squaro. Celebration of tho Day in This City, Brooklyn und Jortey City. " Labor Day" has been ft legal holiday but two years. The mossaco nddressed by Got. Hill to the Legislature in January. 1887, ia which he recommended that ' ' tnore be mode by stat ule a legal holiday, to bo known as ' Labor Day,' and to bo observed by all tho people as a day of festivity and recreation and devoted expressly to the interests and welfare of labor," was but in responso to a, publlo feeling which had been growing and 'increasing in vigor sinco 1882. when a few .hnndrod enthusiastic, intelligent men who earned their brood by the sweat of their jbrows, conceived tho idea of making an an nual demonstration of the numbers and power of their class, and of renewing their allegiance to each othor in their demands for Just and fair treatment in the economy of life. Steadily the annual voluntary holiday grew in favor, and the hosts of labor filled our streets on tho first Monday in September, till tho Legislature finally gave the day recog nition by making it a legal holiday through, out the State Formerly, liko all private demonstrations of tho kind, labor's holiday wound up with a picnic and dance. Now this idea is abandoned, and the even ing is devoted to an immense publio meet ing at Cooper Union, at which lino speakers and refined thinkers give voice to their ideas for tho advancement of the working hosts. There are, to bo euro, dozen? of picnics, dances and excursions to-day and this even ing, but thev aro not essentiully connected with the day itself. They are by various or ganizations, and Labor Day itself is in the nature of Iudopcndenco Day, minus tho can- uon and fireworks, and Thanksgiving, minus tho religious aspect of that day. A. OHEAT INBTITUTIOK. Ill short Labor Day is a great institution, partaking of tho best features of all tho other holidays in tho calendar and distinctively tho holiday of thn toiler. He is King to-day. Ho takes his sweetheart or his wife and babies to the nearby Hummer resorts, and for. a day his mind is free and his heart is light. GRAND MARSHAL CAVANAQU. Grand Marshal Cavanagh. who is of the Auiulgnmated Order of Carpenters and Joiners, commanded a noblo host to.day, and he had reason to l;e proud of his position. It was tho host of labor drawn up on the peaceful battlellold in dress parailo, nud it was n representative body of men, indeed. There tire six Centrnl Labor organizations in this city, antagonistic to each otho in a greater or less degree as to matters of govern ment and policy, but nil are representative labor tiodies. and as such their arms were grounded to day and thoy joined forces for tho annual demonstration. The Central Lnbor Union, American Federation of Labor, Unltod German Feder ated 1 radon. Central Labor Federation, Progressiva Labor Party and the Arbeiter liund will march shoulder to shoulder to-day to show their fidelity to their common cause tbo ame.ioratian of labor. The latter, composed mainly of Anarchists, asked for permisbiou to carry their bio id-red nags, symbol of tho common blood of num. Tlie permission was given by the managers With the provision that they be carried us trade banners bearing the names of the unions. Grand Marshal Cnvonagh was surrounded by a staff composed of Charles ltoger. M. J. Moonoy, William It. Gukie, August Delabar, 11. M. Stoffcrs and William H. Bailey. AN IMMENSE AND lMl'OHINO U0OY. It was an immense mid imposing body of men tha moved from McDougul street and Wavtrly placo, not less than 20,000 men par ticipating in the parade. The imrado was in six divisions, each di vision being under tho immediate command of n division marshal. The division umrshals SeieGeorgH Wuruer, John J. McGuire, A. aim, John Edwards, Henry llowermnu nud Ernest Kurzenknnuc. nud their respective commands formed for tho line of marcn as follow: The Line of Makcu. viiiht division, The Progressive Painters' Unions, on Waverley place, west of Macdougal street. . . , United Order of Carpenters and Joiners, on West Washington place, right retting on Went Washington square. . , . Amalgamated Bocioty of Carpenters and United Brotherhood of American Carpenters and Joiners, eleven lodges. Progressive Carpenters. Herman Carpenters' .branch No. 4. German Vramere' Union, on West Fourth street, right routine mi Washington square. Theatrical Progressive Union, Kahh, Door and Blind Makers. Framcrs' Union. BCCONn DIVISION. Ilellanco Labor Club of Marble Cutters, on Macdougal street, light roiling on West lourth street. Mn aio and Encauatio Tile-Layers. Tile-Layers' Huluers' Union. Granite-Cutters' National Union, on Thomp son siretit, right rooting on Washington Square. ProgietalveTIIe-I.ayer' Union. Belgian Pavers' Union, United (lei man Pavors' Union. Artificial Stone Masons. Cement Laborers. Titian division. Ilouacsmitha' Union, on South Fifth avenue. Htcam.Fittors and Helpers. i Tin and Sheet Iron Worker. I ., Horie.iliKvn)' Union. , I date and Metal Hoofers, Wooter strcot, right r resting on Went Fourth street. Locksmiths and Hailing Makers. (Uouffiiufii on rouvthpnge.) LABOR'S GREAT PARADE. L tf& m & a ' PEA,N CfRPENTWS f Mflrm rrnNftM i gjBk 5 pt tiHDlmfJ cIrpemtc is SpA, PAINTERS 5 p PTT $fip P S S A1RBUIL ERS Klk pffi' "? PAINTERS S w MACDOU STREET W J " J WW g. ag.rfS. - u 0f.ci4BAtL J HACDOUGAL STREET i1 l5'tfc l MACDQUGAL 5TREET g S-5 J J eESBCsM0SvMl4KPn4avHfnMtalHnn Jl -z ZZ i r ,.u . soy-rn 5th aveMue KMWsI 5: 1 ' ffwaoSTER STREEJ. ! , 1 J E m aEW 5 gmlS ' t fl1 SiliSSl-ilSS.iu, J . -,-,-, .., UNIVERSITY PLACF 1' j'feg PI gj'g f WASHINGTON SQUARE EAST. Skd, m-58 JMACHINL w v labor -LU WNISHERS WPRKINCiAEN Washington Square and Vicinity, Showing the Formation of the Procession of Hosts of Toilers. BITTEN BY SNAKES. An Exciting Time in an Express Wagon on Broadway. Thirty-Nine Rattlers and a Sand Adder Try to Escape from a Box. A common, green oxpreas -waeon, drawn by a hard working gray hone, rolled down Broadway this morning. A young man on the seat in front wax driv ing and seemed to be in a hurry. He frequently cast uneasy glanoes behind him. at a good-looking young man, who sat on the edgo of a square pine paoking box. This man had the cover of the box partly opened, and kept his eyes intently fixed on tho contents of the box. People looking out of windows could easily boo that thn box aeemed full of squirming snakes, and it was nearly full of tho venomou reptiles. The jolting of the wagon angered them and they began to rise in the box, until their bonds swayed to and fro over the edgo oil all sides. Tne man in charge of them thrust them back 0.1 fast as he could and tried to shut tho lid asaiu, but he could not do so without crush ug some of them and this he apparently did not want to do. He kuelt in tho wagon and with both hands graBped as many snaket us tie rould and shoved them down as if be was packing a trunk, but as fast as ho did so others rose around him. Their forked tongues shot in and out on a level with bis face. Their hissing could be heard on the side walk. It looked as if thoy were going to oscape. The driver lost his head wtien near the cor ner of Thirty-eighth street, and ha'tiug his horse jumped down and rushed to the side walk. The man in the wagon seemed to lose his temper then, and he fiercely shoved, pushed nud b.mgi?d the si akei around until he had them all rowed aud secure in the box again, except ono. This was a big rattler whoe head and body was more than half wuy out of the box. The man grasped at her roughly, but as quick as a rli.sli she spraug at him aud buried hoi fangs deep in the neshy part of tho left baud near tho thumb. A crowd of people on the sidewalk saw it, but no one ottered to go tn his ussistauce. The snake mi tunned aud swaved iibuut, its littlft eyes flickering viciously, but the man orubbi d her again about tho neck with his bitten hand and slummed her into the box. Then ho put the cocr on securely and jumped off tho wagon sucking the wouud. He rushed into J. N. liegeman's drug store, on the northeast corner of Thirtieth street and Broadway, where he had tho wound dressed by Dr. John Ferrier. The snake had four fangs, and every one of them had left its mark m the flesh. While cauterizing tho wound the man said ho waa John McConnell, the snake charmer. He seemed to take the matter very coolly. Sienntime the wagon had been driven up in front of tho drug store. Dr. Ferrier ad vifced the man to go to a hospital. " Is the bite dangerous ?" ho asked. " Well, it will take somo little time to find that out. " replied the doctor, ' " Well, I will onlv go to a hospital as a last resource," said McConnell. He ordered tho wagon driven around to 31 West Thirtieth street, where he has somo rel atives living, and there the snakes were carted into the dining-room, aud the snake charmer began to drink whiskey. When an Evenino Woki.d reporter Baw him at noon time he was well under the In fluence of the stimulant, although he said he only had two drinks. " I don't want the papers to say that I am a human whiskey tank, like they did when I was bitten threo months ago." he declared. HU hand was swelling then and he com plained of pains running up and down his arm. He was awaiting the arrival of his friend, Folice Surgeon Killiloa. of 34U West Forty Kovcntb street, who had attended him when he was last bitten. Ho carried his wounded hand in a sling and two ladies tried ineffectually to keep him quiet. "How many suakos were in tho box?" asked tho reporter. "Forty. Thirty-niuo rather, and a sand adder. Do you want to fee them ?" " Well -ah yes, if you don't mind, but don't trouble yourself," returned the.'roporter. " No trouble here they ure," and he slid back the cover of tho box. The women shrieked, the reporter stepped to the doorway, but McConnell drove his un injured hand into tho box. "Don't Johu, for God's sako don't," shrieked ouo of tho women, but ho fumbled around in the box with his hand. A sound I ke e-apmg steam from tho snakes made the reporter wish ho was any. where else; but after what seemed an inter minablo time McUonuoll held up a long striped rattler nnd.uaid: ' There is tho oue that did it. Ain't sho a beauty?" ami he allowed tho loathsome thing to foudle ita bead asaiust his face. Ho threw it back in the box and drew out another one and said. " This is tbo one that bit me three months ago, but sho U dying, poor thing. I came up from Coney lslaud lent night, and was going to exhibit at Worth's Museum, on East Fourteenth street, to-day t but I guess 1 won't go now." he concluded, takiug another driuki and the reporter hurried away. The physician in tho drug store said It would be impossible to sny until later in the afternoon whether McConnell had brcit mortally poisoned or not. New HUoJ for lh I.onUvllle Tcnni, Loitihvii.c, Bept. 1, Flanagan, formerly with the Athletic, has been signed to play llmt for L'uisville. llyan aud McDcrmott constitute the new battery for which Louisville ha been angling for two weeks, 'i'liry were tinned yen terday, Clark.ou, a brother of lioitou's cru-k Mtchcr, has been nignod to pitch here. He come from the Trl-SUte League. NEARING A CRISIS. o Burns Said to Have Visited the Dooks with 10,000 Men. BT C1BLK TO TBI rKKM HEWS AIIOCUTIOlt.l London, Bept. 2. It it rumored that Burns has gone with a mob of 10,000 men to visit the docks and force the men who are working there to quit, aud that action has been taken by the police authorities to prevent any acts of violence. DREAD HYDROPHOBIA AGAIN A NEWARK GROCERY CLERK DIES IN TER RIBLE AQONI FROM A DOG BITE. rrrrmi. to ths ktzxiiki wnatn.l Newmik, Sect. 8. -William 11. Hosgland, employed as a grocery clerk in a store at 'JO Uellovllle avenue, died this morning of hydro phobia, tho result of a bite by a rabid dog. Mr. lloagland. a man of thlrty.tlirro yearn, lived at 7.1 State street. Ho was tilling an order for a customer ouo day nine weeks ago when a little mongrel cur ran Into tbo store and dUap. peared between two barrel. The women screamed, and In hnrrylng from liehind the counter llnagland stumbled over a box and fell directly in front or the animal. In an instant the dog lml fastened its fangs in lloaglaud's head and nose, leaving two ugly The clerk sprang to his feet and kicked the log into the street, aud then washed tho blood from his face aud rlnl.hed nalting upon the ciiKtoniors. Two days afterwards ho went , to a physician and had the wounds cauterized, and continued at the store until Saturday night. About ti o'clool,. as he stood behind the coun ter, he suddenly fell to the floor in a tit and was at once reniave.l to his homo. I'hyslelans were summoned, but tho unfortunate man was be yond human aid. and died in tho most terrible agony atu o'clock this morning. COMPELLED TO BDRGLAKIZf. A Colored Alan Hay lie Waa Forced to Assist In the Tlieft. James, alias "Luke" Pcgnan, of 348 West Fifty-thlrd street, and William Satidford, a col ored man, of 410 East Fifty.ninth street, were remanded in the Yorkville Police Court this morning on a charge of burglary. ... Neil MeQuade's saloon. l.V.' West l'llty-sccond street, was entered on tho nilfht of Aug. " and robbed of $03',' in money aud a lot or cigars and liquor. . , , , Hanrord was srrrsted on suspicion, aud when taken into custody confessed that pcgnan ami another man not yet arretted bad committed the burglaiy, and that he had vrvn foiccduy thor.i to assist In breaking Into the alonn. Dcgnau was arrested last Winter, and the do tectlve Is looking lor the third man. AFTER HIS PLUNGE. Cooper Graham Able to Leave His Bed This Homing. Indignant at Reports That He Was Not in the Barrol. rsrictAL to th KTKMmn woatn.l. Niaoaha Fall, Bept. 2. Carlisle D. Graham, the cooper, is able to leave his bed this morning. He is very indignant over the report being circulated that he did not go over the Falls yesterdny. His reason for not announcing tho trip was that he did not wish to put money in the pocket of those who would do nothing to aid him. Andrew Horn and Garrett Staley. both town officials, aud tho men who took Graham and the barrel out above the Falls, are ready to make affidavit that Graham was inside when the barrel went over. Tho barrel has been taken out and shows niatks of a pretty rough trip. Ono of tho hoops, which was riveted on, was torn looso. 'the triii of the barrel was witnessed by about a dozen people, and opinion heru is about evenly divided as to whether Graham did or did not go oter. A Jul! rrfMil (( Uraham uuthariiti feat to tie fount! on the Ud jiiir). JOHN A. GREENE GONE. Tlie l'opulnr Newspaper linn tiled at Day tide Karlx Tills .lloraln. John A. (Irccne. the well-known Journalist and fx-1'resideiit of the l'ress Club, died at his homo at llaysidc, L. I., at 4 o'clock this uinrii inc. For a year or inoro he had been suffering gicatlyfrom diseaso of tho liver and his end was not entirely unexpected. Sir. Urecnn, thouwh only thirty-nine years of agr, had had long and aried jimrualitu' ex perience in this city. He was vet y well liked and his unt.mely death is grieved by a host of friends. He was born in Cin?innatl in 1 850 and came to New Yoik wnen suitn a youth. He worked llrst as a compositor and afterwaids as rrixirter. Within (lie part ten ) ears Mr. (Iiieueliad filled variiuis positions on the Nc, llrrnlQ aud 2iiie.. He was city editor of the Jtmrmtl fur several yoirs, and late) was in charge of Tin: Wdiild'h Ilronklyn edition. In ImhiI he was made night editor of thu Slur, and afterwards was rmtrapniidi'lit at Albany for a nenspatxr sMidlente. His lait lniHirtant iicwspaH-r work was ilniie as the Washington roriesiHiudeut for the I'ertf. He set veil oue term as President nf the Ties- Club. , , , Mr. Orienii was twice married, tie second time in the Kail of Ihmi io a widow with socral children, who survive him. ., . . . A ieiul meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of the I'M s flub I called for to-nioirow. when suitable action will le taken in rccard to repre sentation at the funeral. THEY HOLD FIRST. - Brooklyns Win on Labor Day Morning from the Cinclnnatls. 7,000 Pooplo and a Ground Rulos Disputo at Washington Park. Brooklyn 7 Cincinnati 4 Tin; ASSOCIATION l,L'AIl:ltS. llronktwi Ti -MX .(1(17 HI. I.uuls ? :I7 .057 IsriciAL to mit evknimo wom.n.l IlanoKLvrf, Sept. a. Nearly scroti thousand peoplo were present when p!av was called be tween Cincinnati and Brooklyn this morning. This was doubtless due tn the fact that tho de feat of Ht. Louis yesterday by Columbus shoted the Uridcgrooms into first place, with a lead of six points. President llyrne, Manager McOunniglo and all the Ilronklyn ciowd are Jubilant over the unexpected boost, and confidently assert that tho team wilt stay thero until tho end of thu season. Following was tho batting order this morn ing : nitOorclAS. CINCINNATI. O'llricn, 1. f. Nlcol. r. f. follins. .'ilb. Wcl'hee. ad b. Fotttz, lath. Holllday. c, f. Hums. r.f. Ilellly. Istb. I'lnktipy, Mil h. Carpenter. :idb. Corkhill, c. f. Tebeau, 1. f. Inner, c. Heard, s. s. farnthcrs. p. Ktcnan, c. Hniith. s. p. Dm yea, p. Vintuies Messrs. Kerins and Holland. First Inning Brooklyn Hist to the bat. O'llricn led off with a grounder to Carpenter and went out at lirst. Collins sent a groundor to Heard and was easily thrown out at first. Font went out, Mcl'liee to ltollly. No runs. Nicol fouled to Caruthers. Mcl'heo hit safely. Holllday rent n single over second. ('orkhlll's fumble lot McPhte ho tn third and gave Holllday second. A passed ball let McPhee score. Iteilly was hit by a pitched ball. Ho was thrown out at second. Carpenter tiled to Bmltb. One run. Hecond Inning Bunu hit safely. A double play, in which Heard, Mcl'heo and Ilellly fig ured, put out Hums and Pinkney. Corkhill got four balls. Visiter went out, Duryea to Ilellly. No runs. Teboau Hied to Corkhill. Heard hit safely. A double play by Bmitu, Collins and Foutz put out Heard and Keenan. No runs. Third Inning Tho Brooklyn, accomplished nothing at tho bat. Cincinnati did no better. Fourth Inning Foutz tiled to Nicol. Burns went out, Mcl'heo to Iteilly. Pinknoy knocked a home run, the ball rolling into tho thick grass in left field. Thero was a big kick on ground rules, Cin cinnati claiming that only two basca should ho allowed. Tho disputo was long and not creditable to the visitors. Pinkney finally went back to second base amid the hisses aud groans of tho crowd. Corkhill brought him home on a tingle to ceiuie. Yiiner went out. Carpenter to Ilellly. One run. Pinkney's fumblo gave Holllday abase. He scored on Tcbeau's single. Heard hit safely. Keenan got four ballr. Iluryea's hit brought In Tebeau and Beard. Three runs. Fifth Inning Brooklyn nothing. Tho Iteds were retired aud blanked easily. Hixth Inning Collins struck out. Foutz out McPhee to Iteilly. Burns fouled to Keenan. No runs. The lleds out with ciual simplicity. (Seventh Inning Yisuur's safe hit availed nothing for Brooklyn. Nor did Duryea's for Cincinnati. Eighth Inning O'Brien was hit with a pitched ball and went around on Collint's hit and severs errors. One run. The Beds out in order. Ninth Inning Corkhill got four balls, Vltner lilt to Carpenter, who threw wild to second, and Corkhill went to third. Caruthers got four balls. Smith hit safe and Corkhill and Visner scored. O'Brien sacrificed to Carpenter. Collins fouled to Keenan. Foutz got four balls. Burnt hit safely, and Caruthers, Smith aud Foutz scored. Burns was caught between bases. Five runs, Cincinnati uiado 0. SCORE UT 1NNINOS. ilrookljrn. OOOl 0 0 O 1 .1- 7 Uinclnnatl...... 1 0OU0U0UU-4 )' Illt.-llroukUn. H , (JlocmDstl, 8. trror.-ilrooklTU. 0 i Cincinnati, U. IT WAS ALMOST HARI-KARI. Mary Fitzatrick, of S91 East Twenty-ninth street, attempted suicide at 8 o'clock this morning by cutting her throat from tar to ear with a razor. Hue was removed to Bellevue Hospital In a pre carious condition, Hhe is sixty-two years old, and no reason is known for her attempt at self destruction. ,.,.., The ho'pilal surgeons discovered that the woman had also attempted to commit veritable hari-kari, and gave up all hope of her recovery. She had slashed herself across the abdomen. In a frightful manner with the razor with which she had cut her throut, and lott half a pailful or blond. When asked why ah did it. she said: " My head troubled me so and 1 could not Mil's Fitzpatriek was an old maid. She had been for many years in the house of flov. Cor nell as lady's maid, aud had served I)r, Grey, a well-knnnu t hyidclan of the olden time, as a nurse fur his child. ... , , , For a year or two past tho old wonian had.been unable to work and had lived with her sister, Mrs. O'Uyrne, in the Twenty-liintli street teue- SKINS OF SUICIDE. Tho pollco of the Thirtieth Precinct sent Io Headipiarttis to-day asack coat aud vest aud a led handkerchief that had leeii found on tho ' Hudson Hiurltallroad Hack off Ono Hundred aud Twenty-eighth stieet. In the rocket of t,e coat weie two pawn tickets is.ued by Charles bang, of l'.'O AieuueCti) " linger. " , , The supposition Is that the owner of tho clothes, hating run the length of his tether, stripped on the railroad track and drowned him- i solf in the river right at hand. John Leonard, of 'J'jyj Tenth avenue, fouud the clothing. Wwm I THE GIANTS WIN I In a Mornine Game with the Men . Il from Pittsburg. ;!D Ex-Sonator O'Oay and Southpaw H Morris the Opposing Twlrlers. - 4ltfl New York - - - 9 'WB Pittsburg - - - 6 IfH THE JjUAOUE I.EADEItH. Ilostoi (it 35 .648 :3H New Ytirk 03 38 .834 3rjl ?2lsal IsrrcTAL to rnx avixrxn would. 1 "3 roLo OnoUNcs. Bept. 2. -Tho Pittsburg Club H arrived in town this morning. Just in time to .'-isl catch the breath of relief tu which all New York 4mH was indulging aftor tho unparalleled excitement ',SaH attending tho great series with Boston. JliH If tho Giants gained nothing in the raco by -ilrl that scries, at least they didn't permit the Bear .'-al eaters fo increaso their lead. iil Tliogamothis morning was the first of tba j&l final series of games to be played here with the -ull four Western clubs. kII Thus thero aro tirclvo scheduled games re- maining to bo played on tho Polo Grounds. 'll Wednesday is an odoii date, and a postponed ? game with Pittsburg will bo played on that day. vjl Fred Carroll lot his trunk, and had to wear "-il one of Connor's uniforms. "3i The crowd numbered between two and three i.Ssifl thousand. 'lll Thu batting order: 'j-WM MEW Yor.K. rlTTSDCJtO. 'itfiH flore. c. f. Hatilon. c. f. 3isH licniaii, r. f. lloue. s. s. "'s'iH Kwing. c. Bocklev, lit b. MM minor. Istb. Carroll, c rlal Ward. s. a. Fields, 1. f. 'TOiLfl Iltchardxon, 2db. White. 3d b. iMM O'llourkc, I. f. Miller, r. f. "vlaH Whitney, .Id U Kurhnc. 2d b. fltH O'Hay, (i. Morris, p. dH Umpires Mr. Powers. VJH Tit e Giants began tho same at bat. and thanks' vlH to rocky field work on tho part of tho visitors ''"'ul scored two runs. -Ll Care's base on balls, Kuehno's fumble, mnst . &(&U of 11 v balls by Miller and Fields and Connor' ,91 fly Out to Haitian did thn business. Two runt. ' 'HH In their half of the first, tho visitors tied tha ;, JH Tiernan's oxcuab!o muff, which gave Hanlon H three ban-s, Howe's lly out, Carroll's double and 3.H an entanglement between Ward and O'Uourka H In loft gave tho two runs. . sllH Second Inning Whitney got as far as second. ' aH but was left by floro's lino fly out to Hanlon. 'H No runs. ' 3rH The fine thr w by which Ewing caught Kuchna M napping off second was the distinguUhlug '"Vl feature of the Smoky City half. No runs. Ttl 'J bird Inning, Ticruan led off with a splen -r 'lfl did drlvo to right field, which passed over Mil. - H lnr's head, entered tho bleachesiea and earned ' 'sH four bases for tho South Boston boy. ArUl Ewing ra.ntd nut a single, but no further ?fltB runs resulted. One run. 'fll Pittsburg drew a blank. , 'flilfl Fourth Inning Tho Giants' turn at the bat 3LH resulted in a one too threo out. ril Tho timoky City representatives were also rtv H tired In order. ''-fll Fifth Iuulng Morris pitched Core, TIernan '"' VH and Ewing out in order. No runs. '1'fHI Assists by Ward, Itichardsou and Connor ' easily disjioscd of Pittsbnrg without runt. :'.''H Sixth Inning Singles by Connor and Ward HH and sacrifices by Itichardsou and O'ilourke 'VJlH yielded tho champions oue run. H Tor tho visitors uothiug but a bate on balls. -'"i'l Seventh Inning Tiernan's pretty drive for i two bases, E wing's corking three-bagger and H ConDor'a fly out earned two additional runs for ailH the champions. ' tH With two out, Kuehno hit for a tingle, but ", H wat not permitted to reach second. No runs for V'sLLm Pittsburg. 'YH Eighth Inning A doublo by Richardson, a. ' single by O'ltourke aud Whitney's long fly out VlH to Miller earned the Giants one run. '-B A bate on balls, ono hit and two sacrifices ''iH yielded the coal-heavers two runs. ' n H Ninth Inning Three bits, one error and a "''iH balk gavo the home team two runs. ilfll A combination of two errors, two lacriHeei '''JH and one hit gave tho visitors two runs in their ' ' J half of the ninth. '.(H tCOBK BT INKlSOt. H Fllt.burs 3 0,0.0 00033-1 "H lltw Iflt. -N York, 1 1 ; Wtt.burs. 0. ' H Krrors-Nsw YorS. Si PltHbur. 5. :.M Csruail Iluns-Ntw Voik, 5 , pfttsburf, 3. 'aiH AND BOSTON, TOO. AT 'Hl no.ton..., i :t o o o o l 1-8 jBB IndisDapoir. UII3 0 O 00 0 0-3 BH bsttsrlss-ltsdlourn and Bsnnitt; ItatU aa 'JKtH Uacklay. Umiilrts-Msssrs. McQualdaail Cuiry, 'Ul at BAKTroaD. "aVI Hsitfnrd Q 0 O Q 0 0 0-4 .BH li)".ll " S 0 0 0 0.0 0-2 VSBai Utttsriss-iimltli and Derby; Utrmaa and Marpa. 'JttB Umpire Mr. Corcoran, JHH LiamscsUsdtu catch train. ,. H orENINQ DAY AT BUEEPSHEAD. w9M That popular race track by the tea, Sbeeps- iMliH head Hay, will throw open Its gates to. the publlt mJsWB to-day and commence the regular Fall meeting. '93sH A very fine card, rivalling the. best given a? 9IIS Morris Park, is presented for the first dayl 1 Such' fast time at wat made at tho Wettchestei i Xfl I lack cannot be made at tiheepthead, evenqi ( 9I1 the straight Futurity course, but uood time wil ataafl be made by the racers entered to-day. MsBBB Kingston and, Firenzl meet n the Averagt Stakes at a mile and three-sixteenths.. 'Ihl 1 Queen is called upon to give Kingston tot JLHI imiiiids. which makes tho race look like agtf H to the speedy Dwyer colt. . Some nf the Futurity candidates will start il V the Sapphire Stakes tor two-year-olds, at fir I, Hfl and a half furlongs. .,,,,,. HH Salvator is down as a starter in, the Polphll AiaB Stakes at nino rnriongs. and gives Prince H Howling six poimils and the specdv C'artoot . tsiiH twentv-oi'o pounds. 'J bu finish is likely to l betneen thcie three. ,.,.. , MB '1 hen there are the Green and tho Great Vat j VBB Selling Stakes, with good entries. A good day1 , racing i looked for. 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