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Vi, " THE SUN, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. 8 j
vj WESTWARD, UP! TO-NIGHT.
j ova flora Attn rfoirntcADX ron xubib
V must urn -mit'.
I Tleterlc am Not t'omlnsj Onr TFar Init
I Now, lint There In llminel to He " Tnns
I -llow the Oilier Oiaiiieii IUmiHc1-NoIsi.
f TesterdRT'd Kftmeg In tbo four bit: asgocln-
ly tlons resulted n follows:
7I1K NATIONAL LKAOUJC.
Boilon. 9; Now iork. 1.
Drooklrn. "; riilladclphln. 3.
Cincinnati. fit ChlcnRO, 2.
nttuburab. 3: Jlee!and, 0.
JIIF. riATFtiB' I.KAUUE.
Philadelphia. 12: New York. 8.
nttsbursli. fi; IlulTiilo. 0.
tlovolnnd, 4: Cblcnjro. 3.
Boston, U: Brooklyn. C.
I inr. AJirr.tcAN askociatio.v.
'i ' (FlrtBme) Athletic. (1: Brooklyn. 4.
.1i Bcond cumo) -Athletic, i); llrooldvn. 2.
n ltoclipMor. 10: Hyrnciise. 2.
B Tolodo.fi! St. Louis, 2.
Columbus, C: l.onliTlUe, i.
1 HIP. ATLANTIC ASMIL'IATIO.N.
' Werceter. 20; Jersey City. .1.
).f Washlncton, (1; Nowtrk. f.
J Baltimore, 17: Wllmlncton, 0,
Now Haven. 2; Hartford, L
The JNatlooitl Lcuua
Tnr. nrxonn.
r-i iron, fni. I'ti ciuiM. triMi ln. ret.
eiBolnaa.,.J s .711 notion 11 -!.
Sr.5SlTn.3H 17 ..;' N.w York. M 2 .417
rMUdelrihla in 1" .Mii,UTe.ntf....lil 1.8 SI7
BOSTON (N. L.). 0: SEW TOUR (N. L.). 1.
Boston, Juno 18. Tba New Yorks were not
in to-day's coutOBt with Boston. Tholr fleld-
JnK was loobn nnd tholr bnttinc was woak. The
run which Burkott scorod In the sixth innlnir
was n cllt of bmlth's. lliirkntt nnd Tlernan
hit safely, nnd tlm formor had roached third
all rlaht. when Tlornau ran down to second.
Bennett threw to bmlth,' who wns plnyiriK well
In toward tho box. nnd Biirkntt stnned for tlio
Plate. Itnd Umltli hld tho ball iiud roiurned
ltDroi'Orly Hiirkott would lmo been causae
three or lour foot from tho plate, olahscoofc
couldn't pluvon iiccount of tne Injury to Ills
hand rroelod in New York on Monday, lie
reoponed tho wound yijBtonlny and couldnt
handle tho Mill to-ilny. l'erhiiim that accounts
,J fortho wenkl'lailni: hi;, tlm .Sowlorks. Joe
' l IlornunB offlcliiteil In hi dJikw. and he had
1 BonielHolyiuniPincto ito. Ho found it a dlf-
1 feront thine to mop cannon ballH hot from
1 tho bat than to pick thorn up after their foroo
I wan spent. 1 he score ;
.C1JIUJ 1.) Mir T01 (K.U).
r ilirmi .l.raA..
Donon o f. 1 u 1 0 Tlsrnsn. c f. . u 1 1 0 1
tnrkir Hi b. I a 11 u F.ierDli. Htbo o B o o
SuIIItmi I. r 1 a 1 0 n llornun a. s.. o 1 a S 1
IiroiTr r ...l a a ii n l)rnnr.2ii t 0 o a l
Louie a. .. o o 3 o n i lark, r r .. o o a o o
Nu.Vr.'dV 1 2 ' 1 " liry. I t .... S 10 0
liMinitt, o .... ii a a uiio,2ilt ...o 1030
trnlth JJ h .. 2 o l 4 I loiiiinerfc c u o I I t
I lihota. p . . J 1 1 ' 0 Uurkttt, p. J "J "
Total. T iTaT 18 1 Total. -1 52718 0
Bolton 0 1 1 0 1 4 0 0 1-9
hiwiork o ii 0 0 o 1 o o o-l
TwobaiaBIM-llenn.it 12) Homnnif Sacrifice tiltl
Proilir. ton (1. Iirnn.it. riiarl rook. Hlia bim-
llonon luck.r, Mcilarr u" Ti.niau ll.nr. llowa.
Unl tnu.0 on Mil liy Mchola 1 bi llurlelt. S.
rirtboou error llortoiu 4 Lift on baa nuaton,
7 w irk J Htruck out PoniiTaii, llrinlle. liennett,
i . liVnny. t'lnrke, '.otniiiera, Itiirkett Jumble plai Hor-
AP, nunc an I t aiarbrmik. Wild pltch-linrkeu Time
Jkl l.tu linpiro- .ncliarla". AtlrnJant. l.wiu
' iihooki.yn (N. i.). 5; rniLAPELniu (.v. i,.) 3.
I Tliel'hlladelphlR (N. L.I team havs struck a
' loslni: Kulu thoy uro handicapped in tho pitoh-
L ers'departmont, and tlio latest tulsfortuno to
7 the toam is an Injury to Myers, tholr crack sec-
ond biisoiuau, still, with nil this UKalunt them,
thoy put up an excidlnKly strong came
ncalnBt tho itrooklyn Club on tho ahlnuton
1'RrK grounds lesterday. and had they Uoliid
with a llttlo mnro judgment In the openlnu
Innlnn. tho Brooklyn toam woulu bmebeen re
tlrod without a run. An error by Sohrlver, who
llllod Mycr'rt place at second, and wild throws
by i leinenta and Uloaoon dhl tho busine8. It
cao tho homo team three runs and pleiity of
onOdeiice. liloason was obllcoil to face the
lirooklvn hitters for tho i-ocond time in suoces
sum. l'outz did tho timely battlnc lor his slile.
faruthorsiiltohod ar.ind camo. and was ad
mirably baok up by tbo team. Tho score :
nuLABii.iMU (v. I.). aiooatri i u).
ilUioij n.liroii.1.
Hamilton. I. f 114 0 o rolllnn sa h....i o a o
V' Sraki c I .... I 3 li 1 I'lnkliay, 34 b .0 1 J 0 0
(.fBflTar. 2d 1)0 1 s I 2 D'Brlan. I t. 1 I I o u
TlioiuDion.r.f.0 o 2 ii n Hnma, r t ....1 olio
l.iu.iiin.0 ...i) o a o 1 touts, nib. ..33X10
Mayor IJn O 0 I 1 ( Lorkhlll. o t 0 1 3 o 0
l.c'aJky. 1 b..i ii 7 0 ( "Illlttl ...01081
Alien a .... .1 3 3 4 n Caruth.ra. p. n o Ii 0 O
UIC.U0U.P..... u I 0 a 1 Paly, c 0 2 7 3 o
Tota'. ...IT 0 24 B 5 Total! 0 9 27 0 1
rhi'id.lpbta I "1 lOooo 0-1
i-Fooklyn. U 0 u 0 1 0 0 I -5
Kuril. 1 run Brooklyn. Laf I on bai.i PMIadlpbla.
7 rirnoklyn, u Hrit bale on errori rhllinlelplifa. 1;
lironklyn d tint baie on baili oft iilea.otu a, off
Carulbera.6 htruck out llr i.l.a.on. l.byc'arntb
ar4 4. hacrlrlce bit. Hamilton, Itiotnpiou CorkhUl.
'jwo-baie blti. llleaion, Allen. o'Drten. routi, Daly.
X) btol.n bun-Corkhill, llamllton Double play Knuta
ii and Colllua. Umplro l'ow.ra. Time 1 J7. Attendauca,
ciKciiiti C t ), o; rnirico (. i.j, 2
CiaciKHin. June. IB The Rdi to.k tb.lr tw.lrtti
,,L. itralibt to-diy. The .core
ciacmxiti it. u). I caicioo (a. l).
b-la.ro. i. ! a.la.ro.a.K
HcDie.. 24 b J 0 I 3 OlCnoney, a. ...1 1 1 4 i
Beard a. l ill u i arrou.r i ... u n i u u
' lJolllday.o t. 1 1 a 0 0 Wiltnot o t....l 14 10
1 K.luy, 1.1 b .. 0 o s o c Anrou, nth ,o oio 0 0
Uarr. 'Id b 12 12 0 HnriiH, .id b 0 1 J 8 o
I Mrol it .. 0 ll 3 II I MenzeL c 0 0 4 0 1
I Uullane.l f u 1 y 0 (i Iluirhlni. 2db o 0 3 3 0
1 Haldaiu. c .. o ii a I Liiby. p .. 0 0 0 0 1
I foreman, p... lino Oi Andrew., r f o 1 o 0 o
II liUtlblUSOII, p,.0 0 0 10
H Total! 0 727 7 1
II I Total! 3 4 24 11 3
I Cincinnati 0 13 2 0 0 0 0 ..-a
1 CMcago 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
I Farned run. Clnclrnati 2. Two-bue hit Marr.
fl Tbree-baFe litia llolllda). Burn! .stolen baie. Mc-
II Fliee (3) Foreman Ul Mnllune Bale, on ball. Mc
H l'hee, llaldwin Liiune). Wtlmoc Burn.., Lubr, llutchln
emu lilt by pitcher ndrea Double playi Murnl
1 (unaiilit.dl, lialdwlu and Mcl'hee Mruck out l ar
il roll, I.ubt, Andrexr iu 1'bre Wild pltcbei llutclnn-
ion. I: iubi. I. I'aiaeii ball-st.mei, J. Umpire
Lynch. Alltlidanre 1,71.
rirriron (x l ), 3, ctiraiiKD (. u). 0.
PiTTmLr.ii June in. A ir.aterramethantbatplay.4
at It.creatton Turk t'lU afiernoon baa not b.en a.eu la
IbUclty fur many adjy. ibe ecoro.
rinsii-aoii (i. i-J ilitli!d(.u).
. i itlr.ro.i.x a.la.ro.1.1.
Tf Sunday, o-f... 3 i 0 H MeKean. a a. .0 1 3 4 o
yi Miller r. f I I ii o o Pally, r f 0 0 3 0 1
Laroque, .M b. i) 3 1 8 0 Wacb, lit b.. 0 Oil 0 1
Ilrckrr c ...') 2 4 3 0 llllk. If.. 0 0 10 0
rooL.d b , 0 i) 1 3 o dimmer, o o u a 2 0
ll.iWr, nib. 0 oil i) ii li mo f . . o 1 1 o 1
Kely, i f .,o I 'J I) 0 trdner. 2.1b. 0 0 a 4 0
l'!-M" a i. ...II u 3 2 u bmalley, 3d b o O 1 8 O
Baker, p ... 0 .' 1 1 0 lleallu, p. 0 0 0 10
Total "3iuJ7l7'u Total! 0 22411 8
fllliliurcti .... 10000003 ..3
UerelanJ OUUOOOOO 0-U
fernel rnni-ritlihnrih 3. Ttro ba.a hlta Miller.
Pavir Muien ban Sunday i2). Double play Crane
ami llerker tittet on ball. Kelly, Daily, Ifitli.
iillk. iiiuiner Mruck nut Hoot, Dally, aacu,
lieatla lett nn iMkni rituburth. o, cletelaud. 4.
Hacrtflce hit lltlkii. MlinUy, 1 nrmiili.. Tlino 1 33.
VN Umpire. Mlion and Duim. Attendauoe 3j1,
f 'lliv l'lujrra l,eup:il9,
Tnn in conn,
Oui f. "'. I'd. i (in'.. iron mi ret
Hoiton .. . .11 17 ,m.j riiloao 21 21 .noo
Urookliru . .'7 '.I .:h i ll'lu.tiuriti ... ai vi im
1 tdlailelphia. - 11 .M.'li irldiid 11 21 ,4S'i
re kork J J frml Hull ilo 12 '.a 10J
niii.uiKi pun (p. i. , 12; nmv ioiik (r, i), a
' Why. what ntitn kn of bud judcniont It was
to place friuio In tlm box. ' s.ild an nrdont ntn
porterof tho .Sv lurk d'. I) Club etiriiny.
"How so.' ' askod .1 bi's roportei. "lliiau.o
' he's too I.Il'ii man to pitch In such hot ueathar
as this." wiih iIib roplj. Cinne Ii a blu mini, It's
truo. no weulis juii pounds Hi uniform, lint
it Is ridiculous to say that lie cannot pitch in
hot woatlior. It wits not bo much Infurlm
plichlnc that cniifoil his rt'tlrcment niter thu
third lunlni; as it n a rldlculotiH throw of his
to second bii"0 whli'h u;ih chielly responsible
fortho nlnoiunH made by tlm visitors in that
limine. Tlm l'lillailolphlas bnd not miido a
rug provloiisto that, I ut that nno wild throw
V ot t'rnno'H Hoomo.l to linvo tiikuu tho pitching
I alloutol him. Thobooru.
7r j.fc voak ir i.) i run jncLruu (r, i.)
i a liwr.o i r I n.1. rn i r.
I (inrr. If . I J .' u ii firlilln t.l u o n n
V.orlill c II ll t I .' Milmlle r. a -' II .' 7 1
Wi loiuuir ltb I o (i 2 I lliillinuii. .'db 1 1 ,i a
tii'.oiirLe r r .1 .1 n 0 2 Mniie 'Mb I 0 o o i
Miauiion .d b J .1 I 2 li Moo I If . I 1 I n 0
.iiihinioii c f ii 1 4 I n li'Kart) r f ..' .1 1 0 ii
VMIiney,.. o I 'I 4 1,1 urnr ll b J llr. u o
Han rid. db I 2 0 O 2 I rim I- I 2 .' D O
irmr p n ll u n 2 liiiilltiiun, p .. I 2 li 4 u
OpJ),C .. ii 1 1 1 ii
liitalu W 1.127 17 4
folil. ... H 13 J4 II 10
r.wi(jr .... .. 1 I) 1 0 II I 3 O 2- S
1'llllail. Iphlo. . - . . ii 0 ll .' U II O I ..-I J
I an ed ruui Sew York I I'll il idrlphja, I llr.t
b..e on error.-rw .i,rk I I'lll aje phU 4, I.e(t oil
baie.-New kork, n 1 lulJuJe pbl i Jn rlratba'.im
baili on ( rne. 4 oft o Dai . oil liurTinjrton, f. Home
run Milutlle Taoba.e lili4-hti.ni on () I'arrir,
, Inmrt racnnre liita-lliiHelil kauuliu, Hal man,
Qy. Wood, HurTlniou htoieii bui.-hhannou (.'k, i, rutin,
Wnoil. 1-oirarty Iioubie lay. i-lilnille and Karrar,
.Inhniton and Connor Wbliney, Connor, and kaugbn
lilt by plioh.r Wood Uihl i.lu lici-UuBlmmi, 2,
tl'Day. ' 1'Ai.rd tal a Yaufflin. 1 i run, I. Uinplr.l
Kul.lit and June. Attiudaiitr Ki.
IlOhrON (P. I.), 0: llltOOKI.YN (IV I. ), 5,
Boston. Juno 18, l'or soten Inulncs to-day
tho Bostons and Brooklyns I'luyp.i u prettv
umno. dud tlm Issue was In doubt. Ward's men
ihouclit iIipv wuiouolniMu win and It looked
as thiiuuh I lu k' hal a uood IlKlitim; chance.
But In inn eiuhtli lumni; tho btmnuatsrs do-
eloned unorjit'i tinniii y to bliu; hoavilv, and
tliofatool tlm llrooklinltf.s whs demilod then
. and thoro. '1 ho battltii; win froo on both sides,
tt? and Host on Imil the bet of It It was u croat
if day for the Murphys and Duleys, and the sneo-
tators found It conlueliiR work to deilsnate
the players In tho two team, line Murphy
Ol pitched for Brooklyn and the other Murphy
j caueht for Boston. Daley pltcuod for Bouton
and Dally covered first base for Brooklyn.
The score ;
aoiroR (r u). iieoitTstr. D.
a lirn.a.a a lar.oi.i-.
nrewn. e '... 12 3 1 0 Jnyen, SAb.....l 0 0 3 1
Rlchardion.lf.1 8 1 u 0 Ward a a I 4 1 1
VtoT.y, r. f 2 3 s 0 o Batter. 2d b . .0 1 s 4 n
Ma.h.Sdb .. 1 o S o 0 Daily, 1Mb n 0 n 3
Br Ibera, litb n Ito 1 3 MrU.achT o to 1 8 o u
Irwin, a. a .10 13 u s.err. I I . .1 1 8 o o
Oulnn. adb :i 8 3 4 0 kanllaltrrn rf.n 3 o 0 o
Daley. p. 0 n 4 5 uiKln.low, o 13 8 3 1
.Murpny, p. ... 1 0 0 4 u
Totala. H1327I8 3
TotAla, .. . 5 113717 6
BMton 22001103 O-n
Brooklyn i a u u u o I u o 5
harned rum Bolton. 0: BrooklTn, a Two bae nit
hnlnn (J). Hard Bauer. Klmlnw Three bate hit
hrown Home run Mover, stolen baafa Murpliv
IBo.tonl Murphy (Brooklyn). Kacrulre lilta Blown
ui. Itichardion (2 Broutbera. Dale) Ul, Juice Fitit
ba.e on lalli Hy l)aly Ui by Murphy a rlritbaenu
errori Bomon, 2 Brooklvn 1. htrurk out stnver,
Ira In. Jovee, Dallr, Kiurlow linnble play Irwin,
uultin. and llroiither. Hit by pitched ball lialei
flmr 1 VS. I niplrea Mattbawi and Caiklui At
leudance-l,SJ3
cutinin (r. t.). 4; cnirino (r. i.), 3.
Cnirino. Jane IB. Pitcher (Iruber of tbe rievetnnd
Brotherhood learn biat the Cbicag-o. today, lha
.cur.
rtrriLinn (r. M. cnicico (r. I.).
R.la.r&A.a n. I a, r.o a. k.
Strieker. 2db ti 0 4 l n nnffr. r. f . 1 I 4 I o
Helelianty a.l.0 I 3 8 2 O'Neill. I f . ..) 12 0 0
Bedford. If .1 o 3 n ii n)ii.c r. o II 2 l u
Larkln. litb . 2 1 14 0 I i omukav.liibo o 10 u o
irheau. Sdb 10 2 0 1'fefler. .db '.' 1 I d
TwnolielUr. f..u 1 o o 0 Latham .Mb u 0 n 3 a
JlcAirer, cf .0120 n rnrrril. o. .. " u
Sutcline. o i) I 2 1 0 liovle a. a. n 0 u I
Uruber.p 0 1 o 7 I Uwyer, p . . n u u 1 0
Totala "iTiililill Total ."3"3231J 4
tk Innlnr run made with one out.
Cleveland o 1 0 0 0 0 1 n 24
Chlcato 1 u 0 n u 1 li 0 1-3
I arned run Cleveland Two-baie hit MoAle-r Kar
rltlra blli-Ityan (A larreil Mrloker. Twitchcll ill
Stolen baini I'ferter Latham Helelianty. lirkln.
Ila on belli Boyle 12k I'leiler. MrAleer. lilt by
pitched liall Lntham Mruck out Larkln MrAleer.
Iruiier, Radford. 1'nlaed ball Sntelllle A Wild pttcll
Dwyer Ieftonbain-Chlcain,Mi I luelond. fllue
ISi, I'mplra. reruuion and Holberl. Attendance
1,000
riniicaon (r. ui. e, aorriLo (r. i.), i
Pmiim-.n, June is. Tliejl'itutiuruh (P. L) team
won loday The .core i
riTincion (r. u) acrriLO fr. u).
a. Ii.r.ol.1 a. llr o A.m.
Union, a. f....l I 1 0 n Hoy. e. f. 0 0 4 o 1
Miner, r. f 1 2 o o 0 Mack, o 0 0 a I o
Carroll, c. ... o o H 1 o Row. .. a o o 3 3 n
Beckley. lit b n o H 0 0 Ben her. I f. 0 0 2 o o
yi.ldi If. 0 0 2 ii 0 Irwin, yd b. . o o o 3 o
huehlie .db..l 13 2 1 W lie. 2d b ....' 13 3 0
Corcoran... 10 2 3 1 Wblte.l.tb. 0 0 12 2 o
(Iray.vdk ,...l 1 4 1 o Italney. r t..,.o n I o n
staley, p... . I I 0 J 1 UaldMn,p . o 1 o 1 0
Total "b"627I0 3 Total 0 8-27 13 1
rituburgh. - o a o o 3 o i o o-
Buffalo o o o 0 ii 0 0 0 oo
Famed rnni Pltuburith. 3. Three baae hit Ko-hne
Home run Gray Mcrlnce httaPlitibnratu 3, Buffa
lo 1 fitolin baul I'tltlburi-h. 3, HutTalo, 2. Double
play Kuenue and Beckley. Bale, on belli Hy Ht.ler.
4 by Baldwin 3 blmok out-lly Staler, 3: bv Bald
win. I rawed ball-Mark, wild pitch-Baldwin Lm
rlr.i QalXo.y and Barn. a. Tiina 1 43. Attendance
,45.l
Tba ABieriemri Aoaoelatlon.
TOE DECOnO.
ftmn, TTrn Lett. ret. cia. iron. JEurt i"rf.
Atbletlo.... .81 IS .074 Toledo.. 20 11 .470
Rocbeiter. ...2 is .(17 Columbu 21 28 .457
LouliTllle ....5 19 .SsS Brr.cuie 17 27 .30
St. Louli.. ..22 23 ,n Brooklyn 14 ) .sis
arnLBTtc, 0, biooklvv (i. a.), 4 rnT gamk.
rniLADiLrmi, June 18 The Atbietlci won both sramei
from Brooklyn to-day by mperlor all-around work.
Manacer Kennedy ecooped In 11,400 on this trip. At
tendance, J.ooo, Thaicore'
AinLina aaookLTK (a. a ).
I.av m i m w.r t w
Welch, cf 2 8 10 o N'elpon, a. ...2 114 1
I'nrcelL I '... I 1 1 o 3 Simon. 1. f..... o I 3 li o
Lyom.3db. 0 18 4 0 Dally, p 13 13 1
O'Brien, lit b. I I 0 o irbrlen. HI b n 1 li l u
il Shaftr.r. f. 0 l 1 ii o Fennell).3db 1 nil"
Robluion,c ..118 0 oHor.f, . .0 O 3 o o
T hhafer. .'db i) 0 4 J 2 I'eltz. r ( n 1 a il n
Conroy, a. i .00211 ilrrhardt, 2d b 11221
Oreen, p... .1 o 1 8 o Tor, o o o j o a
Totala. "o8271o"a Totali 4 7271'! 0
Athtello I o ii 2 0 0 2 i) l-
Brooklyn o 1 0 o 2 0 1 ll
Famed mm Athletic a Two bale hiti-T. O'Brien,
Dally Three baae hlu Puree!!, Kobln.on. Welch,
I'elta. Sacrifice hltl I urenll. Welch. Baira itoln
WeKh (2) (1 Sharer, itoblnion. 1'urcelL Double play
lenneliy and llirhardt. 1-eft on bmra Allil.no it,
Brooklyn. 11 Mruck out Welch. Lyona, Boiilnaon,
tennell). Bowel, Pellz. Mrlt baie nn rrrori Atbletlo,
3, lironklyn 1 Urit baie on belli Conroy, O hbater.
Fannellr, i'.ltz, Stioon Wild pllcbel-Uall), 2. Time
2 Uoura Umpire Toole
AtiaiTlC, H, laOOKLVS (A. A ). 2. 8IC0VD OAHK.
ATIILKTIC. I BBOOaLT-. (A. A ).
.l&ro ti aliroi,!
Welch, c f....l 1 3 o ol.Vet-.on, a a 1 0 0 13
PurcelL I t... I 1 1 0 0 Mmon L r o o 0 n
Lvona. 8db . till o.DaiD.r.r 0 n 1 o 1
haniel. 3db.o o 0 1 o O'Brien. 1 f 0 0 7 10
li Brian, litb 12 7 0 01 lenneliy 3d b.,1 1 2 n o
O chafer, r f..2 12 0 0 I'eltz, c. f ... . il il O ll I
llobimon. c 1 1 n 0 n ilerbardt, 2dbO ll 0 a 1
T. hhafer 2d b.l 1 3 1 0 Toy. c. . ll ll 4 a 2
Conroy a a.. . o o o 3 o JdoColloufh, p.0 o 1 1 l
toward, p. .. 11200
Total 3 2 2714 8
Totala. B 937 11 0
Athletic 0 16 0 0 3 0 0 O S
Brooklyn v.- 1 o 0 o o o l o-a
Earned rone Athletic. S: Brooklyn, I Two baie
hll Koblnion. Home ran-Pennell). Sacrifice hit
u Shafer Bal.i itolen Vt alcli (J) Lef; on barei
Athlellc. 4; Brooklvn, 7. Struck out-Dally. O Brien,
UcCollouKti, (I) Pint baae nn error. Athletic. ,'
Flrlt bae on balll Kappel. Conroy. elion, llnon.
Dallv, W. O'Brien Fennelly. lilt by ritched ball
Welch. Herhardt. Wild pltchea McCiillODCh, 4. Failed
ball foy. rime 1 40. Umpire Toole.
R0CBB3TBE, 10, BTBACCIB, 2.
BocnuTra. June 18 Syracnio put up the poor.lt
rame ot ball to-day i.in her. thli leaion The icore:
BOCUBBTrR. ITKACCIE.
alir.n.i.1. alaro.A.1
Fcheffler, r.t..n o 0 o 0 Wriiht e t....s a 3 I 1
Lyona I. f.. 0 18 0 I Tlmo'R rke.3b.ii o o n n
Knowlea. 8d D.3 1 1 u o rhilda 2d b... 0 1 'I a 2
llrimn,cf... .1110 0 McLauthIIn,alil ll 2 8 0
MrOutre o. 12 7 2 0 El), L I ..0020 1
Fhilllpa, a. a..,l o 1 a 1 McQuery, lit bo 1 ll 0 1
T O'Brien, lb. I 1 7 ii 0 BriMa r. r o o 1 o 1
c,reenw'd,2db.l 1 4 1 o Tom o'll'rke c.o 110 3
Barr, p.. . 0 0 0 8 0 Morrison, p... o u 1 I l
Total! 10 S24 H 2 Total! 3 8 24 10 9
Itocheiter 3 1 2,0 o l B iio
Syracuie. 1 o 1 o 0 i) 0 0- 3
Earned run Rocbeiter. Two-baie hit Griffin Three
baie bit Lyoni Firm bare on ball Oft Barr, 0, oil
Morrtion. u stolen baiei Rocbeiter. b Hyrucune, I
Flnt bae on error. Koch. iter. 2, hyraca.e 1 Hit by
pitched ball Kliowle. Mruck out By Barr n. by
Morrlaon. 1 Paired ball! Met. ulre, J; Tom o'Kourke,
s Wild pltch-Morrlaon. lime 1 Vj. Umpire Does
Cher. Attendanoe I.1J4.
counin,l tomviuB, 4
COLUM801, Jnne IS Colombui defeated LonlirHla.
.ailly to-day. The icon.
COLVMICa. LOVIiriLLB.
a.la.r.0. a.b R,la.roi. i
UTaman'y.o.f-3 2 u o o Taylor, litb. I a 8 l l
5need.r.f 1 0 8 0 1 Weater, c f .0 3 1 o o
onnron. L t.,1 8 10 0)liayraond,3dbn o 1 0 o
Iteiily, adb... i o 3 s o Woir r r o o i o o
o inunor. o...,o 3 3 1 0 Rhlnnick, 2d Ix.l 18 4 1
Crnoi. adb... O o 8 a 1 llamburi, I, r .0 0 a 0 o
Lehane, lit b ,0 O 13 1 0 Tommy, a I .10 112
Ustcrday. a, b.,0 0 3 4 0 Niraiton, P.....1 1 1 1
KailOQ, p I 1 1 2 0 Kyau, o 0 1 u 3 0
Totals ."ill 27 10 2 Totali 4 724io4
Colnmbn 1 00000.12 fl
Lotilivllie o o o 0 o 1 o u 84
Famed rnns Tolumbui, a Two baie hit Ryan.
Three bue hit Kaaton Stolin bam MoTamany,
Tarlor, Weaver, bhlnnlck (2). Tomnev. Double playa
Kaiton. Iiterday. Crooka and Lehane. Itel'l), Crook.,
and Lehane. Tumnev, Shlnnlck. and tnylor, Kyan ami
Raymond . Raymond. Taylor, and Shinnick. lint bane
on ball. oil hat on. J. oil Mriutoti, 1 xtrnck out By
l.ailon. 3, by Slrauon. U. Wild pltchii E.ilon. I;
stralton. 1. Time 1 ou. Umpire Lmnlle, Attend
ance 00.
TOLBTIO, 6; IT LOCK. 2.
Tolbdo, Jans IS. The i.eond naaie between Toledo
and St I-oula, although vary neat, we. an laiy victory,
Tbeioorei
touido. ! ir. LOCII.
a.la.r.0. A. a. la. r 0. a. a.
Teb.an.cf .,,,0 2 4 0 1 Foliar, a. a , il 1 3 1 1
tanujke, db..l 1 2 3 olMci'eriby. r. f 0 3 1 o o
f.w'twd.rf. ..1 0 3 0 fiiRoi,einun,litbo il M 1 o
W.rdin, lit b.,1 8 111 0 0 Hneenev.'.'db 0 O 8 4 I)
KDrai-ue.Lf. .1 I 0 li n luiflee.sd b 118 3 1
MchoiionJdbl 2 3 3 0,i.ettlnr.r,l. f 0 o o o 1
Shelberk.s. ..01341 Herr. c.r ll 0 3 u 0
Cu.hrasn. P ." 10 11 lluuan, c 1 1 u a o
Sato, "". .....I O 4 I 0 Wlttrock, p 0 12 2 1
Totals. "lTa7il"3 Total. .. 1 0 27 12 "4
Toledo 1 0400100 0-0
M Loul " 0 0 0 10 0 0 1-3
Karned run Toledo. Two baie hit Tebenu Three
hate hll VWrden. Baie itolen Toledo, u. Raiea on
balla lilt Cuihman. 2; off Wlitroek. 1 lilt bv pitched
tail Tehran, Mi.lDeck, Itoleinaii struck out ll cunh
man. 8. by Wlttrock, 2 I'ak.ed ball Hunt an. At
leudancs-I,SOa 1liue-2boun Umplro-Barnum
Minor Leanucs,
IKTFRNATIONAL LEttlUE,
at iiAaiitoi (riKir owr).
Hamilton ... 11 0 o 0 0 3 3 n s-fl
iouVio'i 0 11 2 0 0 o o 0 o-a
Bars hlli-llamllton. 7, London, ft. Frrori-IIamli-
ton, s, I oudon, 11. J'ltchen-Latouclio and Jonei
llinNl) IAMB.
Hamtllon 2 1 0 o 3 n-B
li" !!i. ... .I.". 0 0 1. o 0 B 3-a
Bate hits Hamilton, fl. London. 11 Frrorj-llamll-inn
1 London. . I'ltchen-Fetly aid Drrairrls.
(Lulli d on account of darkneiaj
at Toaiisrn.
Toronto n 4 n n 1 0 n 0 o-fi
tanltiaw Hay I Hy . 11 11 n 11 fl u 0 a -
Bae hlti-Toronto. 10. eaitlniw.Bay Cliy. 8. Frron
Toroniii 4 Saglnaw-Bu) City, 2. I'ltcberi-Serad
auu oiioi'iiaru,
at (.man xtripi
ilnnd Rapid! 1 o I 0 8 0 o 0 0-5
U, troll ..2 o 11 u o 0 o o l-j
Bai.blt.-flrand Itapldi, Hi Detroit, U. Erron-De-trolt,
I, 1'iishera llarl and McCarthy.
INTKR-HTATE LKAdUB (EAST).
AT AITOOBA,
Altoona 11 I 10 0 10 0 0-8
K.llon ' 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 1-4
Butt.rtri-Csr.y and Jam.a, Ito4ion and (loodtiart
Hlu-baiton, U Altoona, IU trron-Uailou, 2, u
touua.3.
IT BABII9BUB&
Harrliburi . ooonooon 00
Alleutown 0001000 0 01
Balltrln Oambli and Koom ; Bradley and Jennlora.
Illti-llarrlbur(. 7, Allsuiowu. 2. Errors Harrliburn;
2, Allentoan.3,
Tka Jattendoace Yesterdar.
-11. iVnoue. Bntherhoo.
Brooklyn. Lisa
Boilon. i.uuxj 1,21
hewtork ,,,, ihis
Clnclnnail 1,741
I'lliiourih JJI I.4MJ
t'lilcsio ,,.,...,..,, ),uo
Totali ,,,,4,30 8,031
In practice yesterday before the cams, Pens of Frlnes
ton had M. noi. broken bran ugly booudluf balL Ha
did not let tbli Int.rfsr with bis clsyliuf bit miliar P
UtlOB In tLmmi.
TALK TUB CnAUPlOVB.
Frlnrctom Beaten In an JCxeltlac Contest at
Kastern VtxtU,
It is all over. Tho college base ball oham
rlonshlp has been decided at last. Yale baa
won It, and a Glorious victory It waa. The ad
herents of Valo wera jnbllnnt last nlsht. In
fact, they wore almost crazy with joy. Brobi
bly nevor boforo In tho history of base ball hn.
thoro boon n came so oxcltlntr and undecided
ns yesterday's was botwoou VnJo nnd Prince
ton nt Kiistorn Bark. Thoro Is no oxncGora
tlon In this stiitomont. Many Indies bncama
so excited that thoy nearly wont Into hysterics.
One lady of inlddlo bko sat directly back ot tho
prods bov. When Datzoll throw the lout Prince
ton man out sho was nearly exhausted. With
toara or joy cotirsltic down her cheek, sho
erasped hor male friend hy tho hand, nnd with
11 brokon voicsnil she could say wim"'W'-w-wo-ww.wonl"
, ,
'I'ho chnmplijnihln raco just ended will co
don 11 on tho lecordsns tboKroatestevoriilayed
by any too team", either profosslonal or nina
teur. Thoro linto boon scoros of professional
Ramos just nsrlone. and innny werooten moro
rloo, roiiulrlnu extra Innings to dooldo tlirm.
Hut thoro imvorliss boon a sorios wlioio thoro
was more IntciiHO rltnlri or moro ovcltoment.
Tho camo wns to decldo who should win tho
uolleeectinrnplonelilP. .
Tho beautiful uinud stand nt Eaetorn Tark
has noorhold a vastor n-"emblnie or a moro
fashlonablo crowd than that which Rnthorod
there yesterday. So last did tho crowd como
that all tho turnstllns woro set in motion. Tho
Tenders woro on hand with their budiron unit
lines, tho emblems of each colleujo. Tho crowd
kont thronitlni: into the park until bottwoou
4,tiiiU and O.otiu personi woro presont. .
It wns it typical colleire rrowd. lotrthors
nn air about the stirroundlncs which was
was folt tiy everybody. Jt wns tho uncertainty
ol the contost. iSoboOy dnrcd pick tho wtnuer.
There was only bono to comfort tho soecttuors.
The two toams had already fouitlit a uusporuts
battle lorbiipremucy without result.
And how tho two teams did pla, for It was n
flcht for blood 11ml blood only. Tho cam
IirogrosHOdnmld tho wildest kind of enthusi
asm. Vale cot ncood lend but nearly lost It.
nod came so uonr dome so In the last innlnc
that thero mu-t liavn boon a tnrrlblo strain on.
the players. A bnso hit would bato wou tho
came for i'rlnceton. us two men wore on hnsen
nnd Jiroknw was at tho hat. Ho had already
hit salol oxery tlmo ho had como to tho bat.
All depended on him. Ho knocked allot ono
to Calhoun. Th lattor stopped it. A mighty
shout neat mil What ho fumbles Itl lirokav.
makesahoadloneslldetocottollrst. Calhoun,
howevor. had rocoered just In the nick of time,
and llrokaw was out.
When the toams uppoarod on tho field thoro
wns notlcod 11 short individual with a ory
young fnco. Ills uamo tins not on the score
card. Ho woro a 'iuIo uniform. It was soon
noticed that SlcClunc was absi-nt. Well, thnt's
too bnd. was tho connrnl expression bv sup
rortors of Valo. Finally it became known that
thelttllo fellow's nnme was Murphy, n fresh
man. All honor for tho lad! He astonished
everybody. .Not a ball .cot past him. and ha
handled tho ball nul"kor than any other Holder
on tho two teams. Jlut It wan In the seventh
Innlnc that ho showed himself so nobly. Ho
mado 11 croat runninc catch of nllnoroor sec
ond Dnse that would not huo been caueht
onco In a humtred times.
Tho score was thn 11 tie. with Watts on first
bnsc. Had tho ball cot pnst Murphy Watts
would have scored, and It Is dollars to cotits
that the hit was coml for n homo run. Murphy
also mndo another lino runnluc catch. His
playlnc wan the foaturo of tho camo.
lloth Htacc and icunc pitched lu lino form,
but tonne I1.11I 0 little tho better ot It Knick
erbocker wns uufonunato in making nn error
which ilnnllvciivo Valo two runs. One of tho
features wns a lino throw to tho plato by ( ush
Inc. retlrinc KDlckorbockiT. UuMey. Moltride,
Hrokaw. liana. Durell, and Watts played beau
tiful ball. Thoscoro:
raltlTO". I TA1B.
a.la.r.o.A.r. flIb r.aa k.
Durell. 2d b. 0 1 2 s o Stags', p 1 11 1 8 11
I'avne. It.. 0000 0 1 alboun.2db 31282
Watts. 3d b ..I 1 14 (MVcBrlde HtUJ 2 11 o o
Kntek'b er. I III 2 I 1 1 I'oole c I 3 2 11 1
Dana, lit b. J 8 B 2 u Murphy, cf .0 o 4 o 0
Brotaw. c 2 4 K :i lHalrrll a.. 11 1 1 3 0
McMillan, r. ( u 1 1 o hi ui-liliis- r t 001 1 o
totiinr. p . ... o 1 1 .' 1 McCiintocW I ro 1 1 11 11
brown, c.r . 0 11 1 0 u u!e), .id b 00420
Total! 3 13241S 4 Totals.... ll 27 13 "s
rrlncston o n 11 2 0 2 11 o 1-5
Tale. I) o 11 li 0 1 o 2 il
I arne 1 rum Princeton, 2 ale 2 tint base on
error. I'rinci ion iu, 1 I eft on hAei l'rlnCMtnn,
11), rtle I Hr.t bnie oil hall. nil lounir, 1 ciT Mneir
2. Struck 0111 II) Y.iunir ', bv suirc. Three baae
hll. McBrlite, Palrel! Two ba.e hi.. -Dana liurell
Sacrifice hlta I c ole Murph). McMillan lounir. Htoieii
banc Staeir. I alliomi (.). Double olayn I'alhoun.
iialrell. Mcllrlde Brokaw and Vnunir 1'ae.id balla
Brokaw, 2. L'mplrea I'lercetand (jtuun. Time 1 OJ.
Tbe Atlnntlo Jteaoclatlon.
imt riKoona
rrubr. TTon. Tort ret I citihs rron. are. j"Yr.
New Haven ...as 13 .wi Wa.htnrton ...2a 211 .024
Baltimore 2S 14 ,fe7 Jeney City... .20 22 .470
Worceiter .. 2 13 .1 67i llartlord ....11 '-n J 7
Newark .24 2U .at."i ilmlncton ... B 33 ,iw
WAniVOTOt 0, KrWABI, 8.
Waihutotoh, Juno IS. The Wmhlustons won to-dsy.
The score
WAiniiGrnn. I sbwabk.
klirai. pi aiar&A,L
Bader. If. ..2200 liJohnfon 1 f...o l 1 o u
Uleiion. a. a. Ilia 0 Ollbrrk 3d b.. 13311
Biru. r. f . ..I a 1 fl osicD.rmoit.jbi 1 8 0 1
Wblitler, litb 0 o 0 1 o yi.laa, lit b....l 1 u o
tndirood c.P) 0 0 0 2 Chllda, 0 .. 0 11 7 0 o
Mcholaa. c .0 3 7 2 O Doom! Al b. 1 1 2 0 ll
1)111 .Id b I II 3 I 1 ManrelLcf. 13 2 10
Blddle. ad b .2 J : 0 0 t-mlth a a ..01280
Phillips, p'. li n ll 2 li.bulllvan.p.. 0 0 0 2 0
Jordan. I f. 0 110 0
Totali 3 0 37 0 2
Total! 0 1127 8 4
Washington 30000121 0
hewark 4 00001O0 o a
Earned rnm Wnihlnirton. 2. Newark. 3. Two-bane
httl-Doomi Mcholaa Sullivan. Three bale hit Bird.
I Irit bae on ball. aiea.on i.ordon, bullUan. Blddle,
Ural laso on errori Valhlnirrnn, 1. ISewark, 1, Left
nn ba.e. Washington ) ewark. 7 Struck out By
I'hllllpa. 7, by suillran ll I'na.ed ball. Mcholaa. X
Time 1 80 Linplre Matione) Atttmlunc Too.
aswiiATxH, 2, HABrroao, L
IlAarroHP, Conn.. June IK The game to day was one
of the most Iniereitlnic of tbe leaion. The acore
Hartford. ... .. o l o n o o o o c 1
New Haen 0 o ll 1 0 u 0 0 l 2
Earned run New Itaren. Two-baae hlte MeKee.
IllT. Sacrifice hit. Sutton Mann Lynch, Schoeneck
Stolen baie. Do) le, Cahlll. McKee, Lynch, ll Con
pell, Hutto-i. tlrit bnao on balla Doyle. Lyntli.
I v.ton. O Conuell. Flnt baie on errors Hartford .1.
Xew Haven, 1 lilt by pitched ball Cahlll. struck out
ioriter. Lriton Annl. Mnnn. Walih (J) Doran. Lallr.
Doyle Double play. Hollord nnd Cahlll. Foriler. Hut
ton. Mnnn. Lang and lloitord. Lnch and llofford.
leftnn baiei llartfont. 4, New Haven, 7. rime 1.3a.
Lmplre alentlne. Attendance ioO
BALTIMORE, 17, WILMIlfCTOV, 0.
Baltiuorr, June IS. The Baltimore Club had map
to-day. Theacorel
Baltimore 3 3 8 0 0 8 0 8 4-17
Wllmlncton . .. ouoouoooo o
Tarned rum Baltimore. S Two bai" hlti Bay. Oal
llgan Three haae hlta Mack (4). Henry lint baa. nn
error. haltlinore. . I, Wilmington 1. Ba.e. on balls
Wllmlngtou.2 L.ft on I air. Baltimore, 8, Wilming
ton, it hacrlrlce hlta Baltimore, 3 Mruck out By
Bak.r. 8. by Melirlo. 4. Hit bv pitch. r Henry Double
pla -Curl and Newell stolen baiei Baltimore, u,
Wilmington, 1. Time a 03. Umpire Kelly.
WOBLfSTSB, 20, jshiki cirr, 3.
The game at Jericy City yeiterdiy remind as fol
low!! JIBIETCITT. wobcutbb.
R.la,r.o a.s.1 n.lBr.o.A.n
Mennck.n. I, f.n a .1 u mFpllt, s. s 4 1 a a 11
Holier ll c f., no oil 2 1 amplon. Istb.a 2810
Brad), '.d li.. u 2 8 2 2 rudworih. o r.l 2100
Dooley litb o 11 a 1 a Melaier 2d b .3 4 5 3 I
ha1Uiio, :iu.o 1 1 1 0 Kennedy. Lf...'J 2 4 o 0
KntiHfv, n 11 a 2 o Mull, r r .33100
Ulrgerald, r. tl n 2 1 2 Jones .Id b 13 13 1
Murphy c.,r r 1 0 11 11 11 Hiiluaaiu. c ..1 2 ft 1 1
Turner p . 11 1 o J o Burns, p. 311011
Dond, c . .. 1 u 1 u I loiafforil. 0. f .2 2 1 o 1
Total! "37.243 "n Totals . 2021271j"4
Jeracy I'lty 0 o 11 2 11 11 11 0 1 3
Worcemer a 3 7 a I 3 1 0 2a
I arned runa Jeriey City, 1, Worceitar, 10. First
bai. on ern rl-Jer.iy I'lly, 3 Worte.lar.J. Left 011
lane. Jerie i'lty, h, AVorcelter lla-o on balla oil
Turner, s. off Iturna, 8 nri Mobermott, 1 struck out
Moiiuckcu, Bradi, Dooley. tan Amine Turner, Hplll,
Kennedy. Miilcu barei McOiicken. ltouiey Murphy,
Spill Cudwurlli Melnter, Itvobaae bill Slalir, ilui
11K.8O llurnx, MctJiirk.ii. Van AUtlne, l.oua..). Cam
pion ktelnter, Krun.dy Sacrifice hlt-Brai) llulnai
tii. Illtliy pltchir lainilon Wild pitch.. Turner. 2
I eased balla Murph) ijiilnaaao. Umpire L. tsreorau.
7 tins 1 54. Attendance, mm.
Oilier Oar-ea.
at roLO asooifrs.
Kiw Jerisy A.0 3 0 3 3 3 10 1 013
Niwlorkiu o too 10U30 4
AT LirlKClIOK, a, 1
B. I, Cricket Club 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 ,. 4
Crescsnt Athl.iloClub 0 0 0 u 0 0 o o 00
AT Till U A, C, GBOrBPS.
Manhattan Athlstlo Club 0 10 3 0 8 11 0-8
bri.iuon Atbl.tio Club . o o a 0 1 0 0 o 1-4
AT ILH TABS.
Neighborhood Oulld .2013000130
Mutual D and K. Corps 2 4 J 4 ,1 11 0 0 . 21
At New BruDswirk-Metropolltans, 5, L'nloni, 4.
Oumen 'lo.ilay,
airiOKAi tKAora.
Brooklyn va Philadelphia, at Wsihlngton Fark.
1 Inclnnatt va I lncagu. at I liitlunall
Clstelaud vs. I'lutburgh at I'lltiburglu
rtATIBV LKAI.CK
N'.w Vork va rhllaj.lphlo. at Brotherhood rark.
Chicago vs. Cl.v.land, at chleaga
Pittsburgh vs Buffalo, al rituburgh.
Doitou ta. Brooklyn, at Boston
iSrKICAN AlloriATIOK.
Boehsitsr vs. Brooklyn, at Rochiiter.
Atbletlo vi. Syracuie, at Philadelphia.
ColumbuiM. Lo'.liville. at Columbus.
Toledo vs. Bi Louis, at Toledo.
AUAIiTIO ISIOCIATIOV.
Worceiter VI. Jeney city, at Wormier (Iwe (amen
Wa.htncton 1. Newirk. at tyaablngion.
Ilaltluiors a. Wiliniiigton.t Balilmors
urn ib riAms.
Tm Scv la lliralt. at Bldcswnod.
Brooklyn rolica 11 Mirr, al Kastsrn Park.
Haas Hall AVHahlnutoii rark To.alar,
Brooklm vs Philadelphia. Adm. frflo Idils free.
Cum J JO I'. U. Fifth av. L and born cars dUecU-alr,
llaie Ball To.day nretherkooa Park.
Grand ebamrlomhlp stama. Pntladilphla y. Nsw
TMa. (Jams sails! St 4 .', 11. Adolsilou, Wt-4a,
ECLIPSE WINS THE DAM.
TBE KXIIT.K HALT COLT BKATS A FA I It
riELD OS TUK XVltr AT TUK BAT,
A Hnaalt Attendance) ta ComparUoa wltk
the Hnbnrban Tbrontc-A tlood Thine
(lees IVrnaE nine llnck Drrrata Civil
HerTlce-Anaeerortheil'rrakaeaaHtahln
Naturally thora was ft falltnc off In tho at
tendance ntHheepshead Hayyeterday, n ma
jority of the great Suburban throng roroalnlnc
nt home to cogitate ovor tho liuppenlocs ot
Tuesday and explain why tho horse thoy bet on
failed to win the blc race.
Tho day was Insufferably warm and tho
tiack was fast, as tho tlmo made In tho illfTor
out events tostlllos.
tiik nnsT lucr.
VIolanto wns first away In tho openlncdnsh
nt llioundahab furlongs, but Cltll bertlce at
once went out and showoil tho way to the hnad
of the strotch. when Madslnno collared him.
While this pair wore llghtlnc It nut Hereon
brought llluo ltock up on the outside with n.
rare bur-t of spetnl. and oppo'lui the stimd
tho colt that wns badly boati-n by Civil hen hn
Testeulay at the same wolchts. drew nwny and
won Mexorlv bv a Icnctb. Mlille 1 lll Sertics
Dent Aladstnne naif a ivnctu lor tho place.
SxrepMakeinr SJiil rucll nllh t7VJaddel, of which
flUO 111 aecond and ifMllo Iblpi. Ilvo and k half Inrl.ugi,
u. Wal'iaum a b c Blue ltock, 4, hj Billet Calomel,
122 iBrrgen) I
W c, Daly a b r Civil Service a. Ill (lleagniil. ... . 2
ltmplieMable.br r. Mailnoue. 4, laatMoiari j
Miu.tooe. Molante and Mby alio ran.
Tuna, 1 i
Poet Batting Again! Llvll Service, even moneyi
Madntone, U 10 )i nine Kock, 4 to It Molante ntnli
hlmatona, 4010 1, Alby, M 10 1 ilutuala paid t9 1
esw.1, J.JV
Tim sreosn nAcr.
Anna. Melvllle. nnd Adellna were the loaders
nt the fall nt the fine, but In tbe run to lbs
woods tho field assumed close order, nnd just
after thev emerged Into tho open Void shonod
in Imnt, Anna Adnilnn, and I. una the mo-t
prominent ol the othnrs. Martin sat perfectly
still, nud koepinc Adellna well In hnnn until
tho llnal furlong, the I'renkticss filly had no
dllllculty In passing Void and w Innlnc In hand
by half a lougth. Anna was third, four lonuthu
nwny.
Sweep.take. for maiden two-v.ar-olds, at fso each.
with 7.rf) added. Kill) to aecond and 130 10 third, tire
anil a half furlong.
1'real.neii Mable a ch-.f. Adellna, hr MePntr Adsle,
till IHarllnl ' t
Bavrlck A Vilthrow'ich g Volil, IIB(Taral) 3
C l.eed A Son. U f Anna liuibtorali 11
Melriile, Lnna, Maggie u. ally, and il.llona filly
al.u ran
Time. I Hi 1
Post Betting Aralnat Adeline, n to n. Anna, 4 to 1:
Told, tliil, MMMIIe tf to 1 llellona filly, Maggie U.
niiy, l.nno, aaoh ID to I, klutuala paid IOfi, ti.o.,
nut Tlimn Bcy.
Clav Stockton, Flitter. Caspar, and Syracuse
wore In the race when tho fine fell. In tho run
up tho lone stretch t lay Mockton showed the
way, liv.it Urlndle, Caspar, and hlumber were
pressing her ery clonely. (Jiiosal was second
Inst, but hor backers Kuew whnt a sterling fin
isher tbo lllly was, and were not nlarmHil. On
the upper turn Hitter. Oolden Unci, and lum
bor ovorhnuled the leador. and n trood race
home losultoit In a tlctory for (inhlon Keel,
who boat flitter half a lencth. Clay Stockton
wns third, only a hend away. Whon ynos.il
was plcklncup hor onuononts ono by ono In
the stretch, she (altered and almost foil, and
llorcon pulled hor up. It was found that the
tendon of the ofT foreleg had el)on wni, nud
the lllly has hopolesslv brokon down. She wns
n cood performer, hno Is by lllmyar out of
Ouaen Dan.
Ture $730, for all ag.a, selling alloa-ancei: oue
mile
Kxc.l.lor Stable's h in Oolden B.et, 3. by Spend.
thrift Janet Hi (Thompson) .. I
Luboll Br uteri ib h Hui-r 1. HMfTAral) a
ll.Terwck .stable a U m. Clav Stock ion, ls ill (Stoi-
cneou) s
lirtmaldL Slumber, -yracua. VueaaL Brussel., Trodl
gal. ( aspar. nud Kutrr al.o ran
rune 1
Ton netting Aga!nt ynenl, a to S, Flitter, 4tol:
Golden Keel S to I i)rlnn.ldt s to 1 Clai Mockton,
syracuie each lu to I : Pro ligul, slumber each 211 10 1 ,
Bruciela, so to 1. Uover Caspar, each nolo 1. Mutunls
paid t-17.40, 5-'i B. 9)14.33.
Tin: rovnTTi hace.
Bravo was In front when tho fine dropped,
but Maynard rushed Gnlllfot out. and colnc
around the lower turn ho wns two lencths bo
foro llrao. with I'elham trailing and I.i-nu out
of it. In tho run up tho bsckstroteh Oalllfot
Increased his lend to four lengths mid liercen
bocau rldlnc Ilravo hsrd In an endeavor 10
close tho gnti. 1 ollnun. too. Improtoil his posi
tion, but Oallifnt was winning handily, whon
Mnnnrd, wotchlnc ilrnto. did not boo I'ollmm
como throuch next the rail until the colt Iiud
bonded him. Mitt nard. who is out of practice,
lost his bond, tried to rhlo mid second place
was the best he could get. IVIhiun winning by
aloncth. ilravo was third, at Gallllnt's neck.
Sweepilakcn of C2.'. earn, with 81 2Vi added, of which
$230 to Recond. SUu to third out of the Hake. , mile nud
tliree-.lxic.ntha,
1'. n 1 ollard'a b 0. I'elham, 4, by llaps R.poae,
lbt (Jone.i 1
C. ll McCoy . ch. b Onlllfet, 0. Ins (Maynard) . , X
O B Mcstea 1 b c Bravo. 4 lu3Jj (faruli 3
Sorrento aud B.au n'eo ran.
Time, aotlj.
SSPoat Beltlng-T.n to 11 on Bravo; against r.lham,
2tol. Calllfct ft to 1. Sorrento, 12 to 1, B.au. 3o to 1.
Mutual! paid S1&.HO. $.1.03. 311.
THE DAIRY STAKKS.
After a short delay tho flag fell to a start
whioh left Ortanin nt the post The others
moved away in, compact shape, with Lord
Harry. Terrlfler. V ngaDond, nnd Eollpso In the
front bunch. Itognn soon took command of
tho field on Eclipse, I.oid Harry, Terrlfler and
liormudn presslnc hotnnd fnst. hioval pook
ted with Fairy all tho wnv up tho backstrotch
and around the turn, liermudn bhowad lu
front for a fow strides on the turn for home,
but when strnlchtoned out llegan sent Eclli s
out again. Inlry as penned close to tho tails
ngalnntthe head of tho stretch, nnd Stoial
iinlllnA? nn cimo nn the ntifalH,, nml mmla n
hot llcht for the placo with Lord Hurry and
Ilermuda. Lcllpso won byttvo open lencths.
Lord Harry, Jlormuda, and Fairy following
neoks apart, as named.
The Daily Makri 'or t o-yearolds, at K1S each, with
91.3VI added, of which S2ftu to aecond and 1 loo to third,
fire furlong, on the lurf.
bennett A Wnrn's b. c ltcllpie, by Kryle Daly Bil
low, lis (Began). ,, 1
B F Cadlganab c Lord Harry. Its (Bergen) '. 2
Caatle suhle.b. c Bermuda. US (Taylor). ,1
Falri. Terrlfler toiing iirac. Vagabond. Bertha
Campbell, Umpire Kelly, Klrkorer. ana Urtawln alio
ran.
Time. I 02 2 3.
Boat Betting Again.t lalry 0 to 8: Terrlfler. tM to It
Vagabond, u to 1, Follpue 7tol, Klrkorer IV to I
Bermuda. Young Grace, each an to I. BirthaCainob.lt
so to 1 , liandi on. Orlawln each M) to I . t'mplr Kellr
100 to 1. Mutual! paid 4 So. ai so, $3423. '
TIIK SKLI.l.NO BACK OS C1BAB8.
Tattler cot oft In front and made tbe run
ninc. with Cnst bteol aud Guy Oray Dresslnc
until within a furlong of home, where Ander
son moved Cost Stoel out with a rush, followed
by Guy Gray. Cast Steel won, with Guy Gray
at his flank. The favorite finished third, two
loncths away. Ibe winner was boucht hy I.
J. Murphy for $niu. The entry prlco was $500.
Pnr.e "ftil of which lll in second and tfttl In Ihlrd.
selling allowance., mile and a furlong on the turf
ll)roti MoClellaud's br g 1 eat strel, ft, by Outcaat
Lucy Llele, I2J (Ander.onl .... . """' ,
O.orge Forbe s ch g. ilui Uray, 4. 117narr!ion).. '" 3
W. Lak.landscb h Tattler, aged, 121 (Hamilton) 8
Little Jim, Larchmout. bain Wood, Ten Booker
Blackthorne Lanraaiar Sam Love, Bonauio, bberltr
rJuperlior, and Moodhurn aiforan
Time. 1 3;
Toit Betting galnit rattier. II to 8: dnr nrav
Ltttla ,11m. each 4 to 1 Cat Meal, Larohmont. LanoaV
trr each 10 to 1, Sam Wool, la to 1. Sani Love. Wood
J,.r't.fch I'1 '?. 'i ""I.ervlior. BbirlD. eaeh.'otoii
Blackthorn, Ten lb oker, Bouauza, each HO tu 1 kiuiuai.
Paldt33.l0, S.M.63, Jiaw). aiuiuai.
A rinHT.Vl.ASH VHOajlAStSllS.
A Great Many Cllnkera 'Will BXeet at
Nbeeiisheuil liar To-day.
Tho procrnmme ror to-day's raolnc at
Sheepshead Hay Is all that tho most captious
crltlo could demand. Tho Foam Stakes may
po to Ambulance but she will have to rnceto
boat hall io MU lelland. If Judce Morrow can
win the Volunteer Handicap he will deserto
thehlcliest admiration, lot he outclasses his
field, and, rldilou by Hereon, he may do tho
trick, but Grnnlto. llundeo. nnd Admiral nre
all dunuorous nt tin. wolghts. I'rather nmv
win the Hhoetishond Hay lliindlcap, with Minor
Homo second, but Mrldeaway's raco in tlio
Suburban gives him tho best kind of a chnnco
to.ilay. If a boy capable of riding Major Ualy
nt the wolght can be found he cm win tho so
ond event; honorltn may run second if she is
nt all lit, but Lon Is seasoned and will be up nt
tho end with the rent, haymotir may win tho
filth, with Hulvliil second ond whatovor beats
bt. Luke nud Xephyrus will win tbe lust.
Flrrt Race (he Foam Make! for two-aroldi with
fl 3ii added, nvs furlongi ' '
Algernon .. . . Iis'l-orwarl im
Kiuglrn llslhiraibintaih "" Jia
i.old Dollnr . lis iiniailon ....... lis
Terrlfler ... II" balll.ktcC'ltliand. Ill
Ambulance . lift
Srronii Bace-A iwerpKtakei for tliree.year.oldi and
njiwjrd, llh7Waddel nue inlle
Ion .. . . '2 llud.li n. 122
teng.ur 117 lorcnngni .. un
Taraaon 1 I'll Kenwood ,,,. . 11,7
s.uiirlu. ... Pi7,Ma,orDaly ! . 67
Worth . .. . 7 ' '
Third Bare tolunteer Handicap for Ihrse-ystr old!
with $Jiladdtd, onuinlleaiida'iiiarlsr.
Judge Morrow lIH.raillahah tts
Iiamiiiet . 1 l.i1 King Thomas .101
i.oblen Horn luiilaaao Lean , 100
Urauite S3lloi.elte ... OT
Admiral . ifjiDunde. M
Koimid WHB.B. Million. .' iH
Fourth Race Sbiepihead Bay Handicap for three
yssr old. and upward, wllh J..MO addid, one milt sad
a furlong.
Hrenst 137 Fltijamsi ins
Ingalreel 110 Bravo ....104
Btrld.away us oypsy Queen ion
Loantaka. 113 Trather ' (m
Major Domo 114 I'nlland.r , ... po
Madatone 118 laaaol.wli "" j
Trlil.n 112 Hbouo (,0
Castaway II IWl
l If 111 Rare-A handicap awsspitskci of 123 tick, with
11 (Oi added, one tulle.
sirldeuaay I2J Fordham 117
Niagara .... 113 Eerniour pi
Dsrauiier .. .... in salilul ,-,
(llpiy guein . luSisi John lun
Juggler re Ksrn ou
Laau sol
SUth Raci-A hlgh-wslghl hsndlosp awsspitakea,
witnlAOOadUsd, cue mil. ends quart, re? turf,
rhllosopby 133 asphyrus las
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Distribution of Prlaea-Cloaci 1'rnttlnar on
thn Truck.
Tho Queens county lair opened on tho lllne
ola Fair Grounds yostcrdny. .decretory Dirks
snyB tho attondanco oiceodod that of any pre
vious openlnc dny. The interior of 1 ho main
exhibition hall was a Iiiiko flonror unrdon, with
patches of tomptlns fruit cropplnc out bore
und thoro. Heaps of strawberries as hitr ns
sorno apples woro pllod on tables. Soter.il
larco bunches of crapes erlilbltod by Georce
I.uons of Glon Covo nttrncted attention. A
featuro In the floral exhibits was a dlnplny ot
several varieties of orchids by T. Schuthardt
of Newtown and Mr. Lucas of Glen Covo. Mr.
Hchuahaidt's display received llrst prl?o. ilr.
Lucas took second prize Mr. I.uciih's collec
tion of roses wan cue 01 the attractive lenturo.
Atiout lllty varieties uere shown lie recehmt
the llrst prlo in this class of e.hlbltH. Amoiiu
tbo llnral ilesiuiis wiih a lar.tsol uindool uer
ureonHiind li-uves trimmed with (lowers, and
reetlnc on a btd of peonloi. exhibited ty It. 1'.
Jellrey.
II. i'. Jeffrey .1 Son ol liollmoro took nine llr-tt
prizes In tlio Ilonil exhibits, tioortfe llomiii. of
llompsteud took threo llrst iirles. i.liaboth
itouots of Heinpsteiul two llrst prizes. Itiilus
Lewis of Mlnoola six llrst prices, M K. Tltuuf
Mlneolu seven Hist prizes, T. ti. eu-e of Uleu
t'ovo ilr-t prlo for tho irroutest anil not nno
ty of cut (lowers, Krmlnrick Loulon ol com HIT
two llrst pties for display of roses X. llnllook
of 1 roflmoortwo llrst prizusfor llictlo'is nt
lilies and peonlo t.nrno A. Hicks of i.u-lyn
llrst pruo lor collections 01 larns borunnlus.
pnnsles. cut t rises, tea rosos und Mis. John
Wlllets of Mlnoola first pil11 forcolloi'tlou i.f
Koranlums. In the vecetablo department. 1'nrk
(lOdwin of Iioslvn, Mrs. Lllen Ntnnl of itnslyu.
J. W. I litis of (Urn Loo. J. 11. Van Noitraud of
Klinont. J. II. Hennessey of lloslyn, and John
lltien of Mlneola all curried olT Hist prl70H. O.
II. Mmonsonof (lien Head lecolved four first
prizes In tho strawberry .inhibit. Othets who
took Hist prizes lor strawberries weio 1". Iinu
Io:i. in: .1. W. Titus. $7, nud Go irire Lucas lt.
I he crsnd stand was portly illloil with spoc
tatutH when the trottinic hottun. Tho contests
were couornlly close, bumnmry:
Kosls or less. Sieei to novcrii, SIS. Tnr sll par
pores VI1) lieu two 111 three hem.
I: vt iiits, k. Hilll.ton. u ni Welter Bells . 1 1
I. Willie l-sal llllll.inn br m V.co 2 '2
II. VI Willi. 1 l Willi. ion oil r Una. . J a
Alfred u lornwsll, (ier llyile Part, Mk. f, Leo
c.ilily .... . . 44
TlnieI Is S isi
II SI. Wlllla . Roiiy ni the prlre for .11 purports.
Mng-le rosil horse, with no reeortl bcu.r thun I mln
ntts-irirrliirlre, 7j. .cond, 0U, third Ui llest three
Intliehcsn.
Otis Horr. Kln.htni.br g i. H. C 1 1 1
K I-dnionds. i.lcn Coe ti ir (.eorire S ... 3 3 2
D l'.nlsy 1'nrkMle br ar ll.in .. j 2 3
Time J ."'Jki 2 M, 2 :4
In tho next trot Thomas W. l'oarsall's u. c.
Mllburn Hero camo In llrst In threw heats, but
tliojuilitos k;ivo hlmonly fourin place. They
saidihe broke moro than four tlmps In eneli
heat, l'oiirs.ill remonstrated In lorciblo
InnEiiasowith tho judees. nnil was ruled olT
tho track. Lntor ho aimliicl'eit, nnd was re-
inhtnieu. tho victory was Klten to llyiio 1'nrk
Maid, nummary:
Msres Belalnsrs end sttlllors, with nn record belter
than 4 mlnuleit. Klr.t prize, $u, ..(.olid t3.'i. Hist
three In lire h.st.
I.eome A. Wlk'ins, Near Hyde Park, b lu. Hyde
1'ark.M.ll 111
William K. Thorn. Ro.lyn hlk in I'nn.y 2 " 2
I'h.rle. A bamml.. Ilenii stend b m. hule K I 3 J
Thomas W. 1'esri.ll. liaidwins, g. u. Mtlburii
Hero 4 4 4
r 11 soiiililer. Dlen Head br. m Klnaaie dl.
W, Mathrcn. KJu.hlnir, b Ilk. dim Iliianar Uia
Time 2 'J J .ifl. . 1 .
Slnjrle road bor.e with no record better It).n2.')2.
Flr.t prlre.i'o, second, Wj, third, $2$ llrst throe 111
tire heal.
Oil. HoMt Fln.hlnr cli r Sandy. .... 3 1 1 1
Ii Wlllla K.al Wllll.ton, b k Masaa
pequa ... 123
Arremler smith ltocki-lllei.entre.hlk
st 1 arry . a 8 3 a
Daniel liunlap, Psrkvllle. br. h. Horry
1 5 4 4 4
Il II. Ballo, oreeuDort br. a. Dr. Iout
out ... .... .. 4 s 6 w'n
Jam.. 1 .M.manii, I'earsall. tc "
nsi u die.
Time 2 41 2 4n -2 4 H 2 4S
Slnfle rosd horse with reurl no belter thin 2 Vt
First prlo. siuu, recoud, f.'Ki, third, $3u iir.i three lu
five heat
J ():mke New York, br m .Selller . , 2 I
John A Puller 1'atclioxue. U ii Mlver Hoy , , I dN
J, IS. fceamau. Merrick, n in Dull) tarilen , .. 3 dls
111111217, 2IH14
There was n track exhlblllon of stalllonB dur
Inu'tbo afternoon, 'iho fair will uloso to-day.
Fair I'rlersi for Yonnir Trotter.
I.siiiiotov, Jno. 1S.-T C Anvlln, nienoioon farm,
ba. .old to Arinalronv A Hunter Seville, Ohio tbe black
colt Ulomeil... a jenrs In llliralle Wllk.a dsiu Ad
mlinstraiion. bv Administrator, she out or Kiitv
I istcbeii. ti) .MsinVruiii l',ilcben am the l,ck roll
Arnnlse. .ly.srs. b) Allcrille w llL., daui I'riiicei. bv
Irojuu.Jr. I'rlcoti.JOiirorih.mo. ." uy
Cornell IVIna thei Ilnre.
IrnACA, Jnne is -The I'urnell llowiioln elclit narr I
three mll race has come and pun, and the I'oriiellisn
aud whits still nialritsins her .uiircmary, Harly hl
nionilbfeicur.liini.i. bcirnn punrluir lutu the rlt) niid
hurried to Olenwi o.J, here the ritiloli of the r ice i. at
j.lsie Wolf, No 4 of t'oruell.cree.hii.leei .uvrii i
from boll. lor ssveru il.js but ihl. afieruo.m l. .
ridedloroir Pule Hie .iroke. wa taken in last nlxlil
and waa under Hie dooior'. rare fur i veral liuuis This
uiorniuir he was better, but looked p.ie
Is.llherlJols nor Wolf row.d lu the reiiuUr practice
tht. inornlnir Boinluin ro.i over llii'iMiireaiaii
earl) hour, ami mndo eood lime. Al 4 u clock Hie lake
wis dnite.il by thirl) sieainers croxilel with n.iior.
Tl.'?,'"k.' f ','" ,on? "'ou"" lined wllh . u. clator.
viiiiieatillcnirood full) a,ouo ierauns w.re uiiou..y
wstcliinr fonberrsH '
Albl' M Hi. Hoidoln boy. lannrhed their shall
at i.lenivood and stlmmea oter the cuur... to ihe Mart
Imr jilace. Arrlrlnir thero the) lld ui.ou it eir nsri
eltiin for I orii.lt fhewai.r wa still ronjli lnitibe
wind a .lowl) BOliidoviiL hix ', lock came, hut
I'orii.lldld nut apiear lhe ateauier. pan.a I miaud
down the ennraa ami blew Ibclr whl.tl.., but llu I'or.
n.U At li Vi (oruell appeared In inn Inlet Ki.Hn
mi their nars tiny waned jn mlnulea Al 7 111 they
leokihelr Place on lhe east aide or the course, ..rent)
llie roils from Oowdoln !nn..iin. ii.vjni,, . ,
forty three nrok.io the inluut., while Corn.ll work.d
..ally at thirty eight
I ornell ra-.fd the three mile line live boat Irnarth
ahead of Hie llowdoms rowluoiil) 3S. Howdolnrln
Isliril at 4s Time -Cornell, if minutes ,i seconds!
Howdoln. 17 minutes mi .rrond". For a fo iiilnmea
the apiotator. were In an uirnnr Noililnj could b.
heard I bin l ia cnll.ee .los.u of Cornell I ).ltyell,
jell Cornelll Neither crew showed tboeffictoflha
lisrdsiruyfle. Thai Cornell did not itoher bs.u. ri
dtnl from ihs fact that one w.sk sgo tbe crsw rowed
oi er lbs ssut course In Hi uilnulet
Tbe JLoonst Vtlam tbe, Maateli.
A vary food mstch rscs bslwrsn tbs scjoonsr yscbts
Jtlfln ana Lsons, owned reipeoilrsly by Rssr Commo
dore Pevld I Jsckson and lice Commodore Joa.ph II,
Flsrllnfaf ths L.rclimont 1 clit Club, was sailed on
Tusidsy nr.r the nub a 2 mile courao on I.nny l.laml
round Lommodore Loirery. .loop Daphne did duly
eeiinleee boat at tho start .ml iift.rward as aiakrooat
off i aptsln'. Island Tba I eona s lime sliowsnre from
Ibe Klilii was 31 seconds Hire Is the summary
Uni'i'il Cemcitt
,. .. V'ocl. Unitli rime Unt.
irtinr. n m a. ii m a ii a i ii m s
Elnn II is 37 t2Tri fniiiiit siiilu
Leans II 1724 tISOt Disi.O 4 faliij
Ths Lsona won by 1 1 mlnut.s 11 s.conds.
"Ty say that I ssa plras.1 wtlh af.llln'a roa I.
ot to spssV lbs entlri truth. I aui d.u.htad wllh
ihtwirtarTillieuilsBU tV llfil wiia tat cam.
fr.ismand.rinwnlekli rolrlu lndTtatliiu "sj ?,
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Itlt. rVTNAM'S OHKAT VAIR OF MAHKH
BllOlTA VAST lIUt.K AT l't.lSKllTOOV.
Other Ttrieea Verjr Holly ronlealed-f sifor
Vlrlcb Proica is llniai Trollel-Alleanlo
Ton Hpeedv tor Her fiiiponentai.
Whon Henry Vt, I'utnnm purchaod Maior
Dickinson's tenm this sprlnc for n prlco In tho
vicinity of 40,lHiO, thay had shown a mile to
eother In 2'Iti. This wns Into In tho season,
when Aublne was In campaign form and Ludy
olllnston wns about as "uod. Thov tried ncnln
In l'leetwood yestorduy, ltouiul tho turn lsaao
riemlna- kopt the pnlr b.ick a little, nnd then
sot tnem colncdowu tho stretch. Tlio llrst
ciunrterwiisln in eeconds nnd frmn thoro ther
niotod fusier. renclilnu tho half In I 0)'.. I'd
tlio "rado to tho third iiititiler lhe clip was
Alowor nml 1 ll'.wns tlio tlmo to that point.
Coinlnu homo tlio paio was tollinc. und Dom
ini! was usliiit the whip vigorously It would
reuiilioniiinrtor In ,lt reionds 10 break tlm
rocoid, nml tho croud Im.koil irom their
watches to tlm swill-mot lng iiotters,
1'own tho homostiotch thoy ciuno
steady as baioro nnd as tlior pnssi-d
tht who they hnd socurnd a leconl
01 '21 1'., or just ono n'ooml behind tlio (.hum
Pion mile lu diitibln hsriii'SH. 1 ur nil that, tho
font was a most crodltabln ono ond thoro was
Jotnl applniisc w lii'ii tho tenm enmo buck to tho
sund. Alli'i riomltig weighed Hi tbo tlmo was
hum; out. and It was admit tod nn nil slues Hint
tlm rrvunl Is In ..rent danger wheimtrr Mr. I
l'utniiin Tools disposed to linvo another lilt nt
It. It will I osuiiio limn boioro this uicnis ns
tlio i rock i nlr, iilniig wllh tho ron of the troi
tnrs owned by him, aro to be sliipiifd to-dnv to
1 ili'iiiilhglou, t Hlioto iho) will ho tlrlvuii on
Illio rond fur soiim weeks near Mr. l'utnitins
Hiiinmni lesldenro.
t)f iho rogiilai enrd, which contilnod two
Hotting clnssos. both fiirnlshoil good sport,
especially the noonil w hero tlm hoiscs woio
closely matcboil and tho lion's divided. Major
1 Irh li llnally won tho uccossnrv three hoais.
und kno"ked two and a hull seconds on Ins
toi'ord In tlio third mo of tho contost. Tho
2 3D i lass was by no menus closo. I ut It
brought out it new 2 ui performer lu tlio nuiig
mnro Allcaiite, who showod well lu tlio ( lay
Stnko nt Albany last week. Yesterday
she met a slower Held and won onslly
in straight boats. Hio Is six o.irs oul
and spleudldly bred, hoi Biro being
Alcnntnrn and hor dam I.ndy Tleho, n gnmo
male with iccordof J'i'i. by roltor's Hani-
pittioninn. n sou oi tne inmoiis- tirnngu county
slro. Alicante Is owned by I Whitehead of
this city, and was developed by A. I'. Mellon
nld. the Albany tr.ilnor. who e-tlll drives bor.
It took all tho itiiornnon to clear up lhe cam,
owing to the splittlngof hents in the 2''.M cla'S,
The uost proof that the track is Inst nro iho
miles Miido by the horses, two entering tlio
fnst list, while imothoi lowered his record ilo
Bldes lla) Id llounor who did good work as
starlor.Messrs.il. ts Hnniiiiond.I're-ldont of tho
club, and V. H. I'nge of i'hil.idelhhln were Iho
judges while Henry Htigher. nml . ll. rtrhnnck
were oillclal timers. Anmng the tisltnrs was V.
L.Noble of Grand HnpldB, ono nf tho inln
clpalsln the colobrnted .Solson-Alcnon esse.
Hosayshe will sinrt Alcryim on tracks of tho
American Association, beginning nt lJotroltin
tho free-for-all, where he oxpocts to moot 1'alo
Alto .l.ick, mid otherciaeks, ,1. 1'. IHngeo of
llrookljn. owner of Miss Allco. was nlfercd
f 12, illl) for the maro hy Hoiaoo Hrown, netlng
for I'. O. Uurridce, nnn SL.'oo iidilltionnl If she
trotted In 2 ll! this rnr. Mr Hingon said ho
would tiitce l:i.Vio. and would boi l,5uu tho
mare would go lu 2:li,.
tiik 2 its CLASS.
Though there was a big entry list for this
first event, tho llohl of actual starters dwindled
down tn sit. i'rnnkln liordlo sold Alliiiuio lor
.')(), and $JS for tho llohl Alter thnt tho oilds
nn Alicante lncronsoil till It was about fl to 2
boforo the llrst heat was got olT. Nouidn bad
tho polo, but lost It illreetly to u big blown
golding by Bultnn with tho hnfucly nnmo of
Gumbo, who went to the half close to a
2 2U clip, with Allcnntn trnlllng nnd tho
others ten lengths nwa. In the third
".minor Gumlm rosted hlni'-elf with n
cntiiilo of skips, Imt oven that did not
onablo him to last at tho pneo AlicniitD
eel uii the hill, nnd tho mnro drew nwny oasllv
nml bad a longth the best nf It ut tho thlnl
iiunrlei' Gumbo mnnn it tired break coming
home, nnd Allcnnto wns mil going it llve-tnin-ute
gait as (die passed tho stand in exactly
2 21, iho llrst record sho bus made. Hor por
foimnnco established horns a greater 'inoiito
than oier. and It was Mi on her tn $11 fortho
Held when tho sneond hont was cnlle.l. This
tlmo llcanio kunt in Iroutloi tho mile whilo
duiiitio. alter n bru-.li with ( ambridgo
Girl on the homestretch, wns again sec
ond, 'lime. 'J:2i. Nobody would bet ngainst
Allcanto now, and, though Turner set sail
wltn Nevada In tbo third beat, i-he could onlv
frce tho lav. onto to go In 2.110. Gumbo wns
not in condition id go thrue heats, ami wns ho
much distressed that Sanders let him slow on
ut tho halt: so that ho w.is distanced. This 111
wind blew good to Turner, who got second
mono) wltu Nowida. tinib advanced Caw
bildgo Girl and Novatla as well.
2 5ilae, pur.. .tl
Allianto b in. In Mi alitor (Milloujll) . I 1 1
Soiada br ni iTurnen . fl j
CainhrMire utrl ill in (llauer) . . j a f,
Hi Incj iullh. b s (lirlacoil) .. 4 il .1
Maud II. bl m (smltll) ... '.4 4
ljuulbo, br. if. (Sander.) .2 2 ds
Time J 2o. 2 ,11. 2 3o.
Tin; 2:30 ci.tss.
Ret en of tho nine named for the second race
camo out to battle for tho mouov, nnd the re
sult was much mora in doubt than in the
formor event. In tlio auction pools Ladyiioug
lasssold out im tlio cliolco for $2.V and tho Held
hnd plenty of buyers at .',0. Alter scleral at
tempts Mr. Homier got them olT well together,
with Lady Douglass in tho load. General
Mack outfooted her down tho hill, and
tne maro lost hor stilde just i ast tho
half, falling to thu rnnr, Jewell closed up
on Genorul Mack near tho third iiuartoi,
but broke and dropped buck, while Mnjor
Vlrlch mado a rush ou the otilsidi) that landed
him a winner of tho bent In 2 2i, with Jowoll in
second pbice. Major I Inch brought fl' and
the Hold $U."i beloro the second ho.it. This time
Ladv Dmiglai-s was stoaiiy. and passing Gen
oral Mack lu tho llrst iiuarter camo home
enslly In 2.2114. hor llrst record below 2''lu. Her
atook rose at once, and she brought Kiiinndtbe
Hold $11 boforo the third hum. I'or the lit Ht.
half iho in uro looked like a winner, but
a broak In the third iiuurter giue Maggie
Mitchell the lead. 'J lion Major Llrlch emtio
along, but Jewell having seitlcd down to busi
ness overhauled the lenders and was In front
as thoy turnod home. Urlch waa after him.
and by a last effort got his neck In front us
thoy passed under the wlro In 2 2T'. With
two boats won Major I'lrlcli was again tho fav
orlto. selling at (.'.1 to fi when tin fourth bent
stnned. 1 ady llouglass shot awuy in tho van,
but was unsteady ufior passing tho half,:aud
Major Ulrldi went to the front with Mag
gie Mitchell closo up. Jewell had got
nwny badly, but found bis speed when
he struck the hill, and came so fast that ho
find agood lead on the homesiretch. llrlch
tried to reach him. but failed tn do so. aud tho
chestnut gelding llnisbed on.y In 2'2H'i, With
tho Issuo still lu doubt. Jewell was r.ited the
best stay or, and it was .'ili to Sid on hltn beloro
the (Idli hunt. Tho now fnvorlto did not get
round the llrst turn level, and, afior I'lrlcli also
broke and lost tho load, Happy 'ihouglii,
Jr., showod in front nnd stayed thoro
to the half. 'I ben Lady Douglass over
hauled lilni. nnd ssemod to hate tho heat
In band ns thoy swung into tho straight. Her
rlngton had got Minor llrlch down tn busi
ness, howowir. and when ho came up wllh tho
mare she failed to respond to I'llmlei's rally.
I and the Mnjor landed tho hont nnd race in
!!:".!. Tho wlnnoi has not been i nrtlciilnrly
well thought of in his former rncos, but ho
I protod a ganm ond reliable trotter lenterdny,
i und has Iriipronul greatly on Ills form Inst sen
sou, when ho mndo a reuonl ol 2.. in. Ho is of
Morgan blond through lire and dam. with it
cross of old Abdullah In tho paternal Hue,
2 lOllfma, Jiurie IflV
Malor llrlch b t by V ennont tbilsllsh
illerrlUKioii . I 3 I 2 I
Jewell, Hi k. by laylnii I-ilall .-nil I In .'421 .".
Lie!) Poiitf.a ti in., b Arlington iniii
lev) 6 I 4 It 2
M.itkio MPcl ell b m (tereaiire) .1 3 ,i 4 1,
Happy Thoiisht, 'r.li s (r-aiulrr) 7 u ft .1 2
Tmle. Ii 111 ll- III. II) ft 7 7 7 4
(.en .Msik. It r- illoDard) 4 ". 0 11 dr
llme-2 ."i 1 Ji,', 2 T.' J .", 2l."i.
ror this ufternoon tho programme Is ns fol
lows 2:nn ci tns.
Hr .1 O Pnrke. Nsw lurk br b. fast Brefney,
l I- l-aniters Nee Vork b in .Nsntil. h.
John Pair N.wiork, bik it mil) Uar.liall.
I rank 1 .ririiaoii. ew lork, y ir lituade.
Willvm I 01 ell. New lork 0 111 Hal 1
Ji 11 llerriiiston, I'liuvlikrrp'le, ,N V , li m Klttv M
li II llirrn nl"ll rntnlisreisle v. 1 , b k lluytuu.
Iho. lorr. .Ne lork or 111 Alb. 1; "
neorse I Irlpii, My.Uc nrl life, ( onu , b li, llaopr
Tlioiiybt Jr
.1 it helpley New Vork ni Slu.r nare foot
lea.e lereiucc Neiv ) nrk b in. Ma )ir"niil,
lliram Sinllh .New Vork b K i.rcat I J-Irrn
J110 I' turner Amllrrl'irk Pi... n m Aiule V.
.Nicholas Duuu, Jlrldytport b. j. ha.iern huy.
.'-'lu ana
SI 1' Sander'. New lork. b. ir t lolln
Jainea l.lllo. I'hllai'ell bin la.b in Aillin.
! 11 ll.rrlinrtiili I'ouiibkefptle .N ) i,,- u u Plmo
H llliain Mi Inilaon rMlsdeipbla pu rli llovaL
Jno. b Turner Ambler I ark. Pa, b. li Milpni.n
KidveisoodMock tarin, Haubury, (onn, blk U Onir.
terinaater
I'arkMiio Farm, I'arkvllle. I. I , h. rn, Kdllh It
;sarklll J arm. I'srt rlilr b I br in l.anusna,
J. W, Shea, oyratuse, N , b lu. Uabel a
Jimmy Lynch ItereWea (be 81,000 Hlatko
Moaer,
Jimmy Lynch and Ida baoker, Tom Goodrich, the
Elihlb avenue sportier man, called at the rtiict i,w 1"
onlcejsM.rday and recelv.d ihe ei.i.ai at.k. ruu.
which l.fni.11 won I.) defeailnir I'add) IiVBrTdeor
I'lilladslpl.laonTurslayinornln ' '"l,r"'" "
eTien Babr wu lick, we rava her PutorU,
TTkea she was a Ckild, she crleel I er Cast&ri,
TThea aba because Miss, she oiuaj t Oeeterls,
TrhwihtaCTaU4iw,tftTiUmOMlcrta
k
BJsjIHCa.BKrea.JrjraaSsaaa9BaaaaBaJs,SBaasBa,al
voltaire"
PaM thM ".NO from k Mirf Momli- teniihrmin hr4
ninif) rrnre (tmu l.frnii uhotoiiRtlitAtiil full of but r
klMI pO I -"ill ' .
l.fttl liiiiimr n-rtnnriiMR. Iiji-nfif nilrln. IrrlUMUtrj
mi I incianclmlr re nil ijipt mi nf lm,iur- biooil. nnd I
f 1 rrnui ii tn tin nno oti tut iiiltsi nWent n4
elimiiniiM tir Il blotu ioioi whe.iitr from Hcrnfulcw k1
sM' Hlr illfiiie r othir oiunen tlm HrirlMHii rom
l mm 1 of Tarti Jul e, .ironouncttl tli trluiupli of mod
cm Iiirtllilni
odicootJ M. n nont.sn iwFaftt isothuL,)
Krililf tire. " i.tm 1 4M il.
en nrk .Tun il. IhO I
ALVA fl lfM?lMAV SI l.CIKU' ( O-'initu llarlnff
nuiWrnl rnrih-' pnnt iw i irnri ith rh-nrnmiotn. tint! l
ir"tinii mir ttirnnL ai -t a iiii:tlKic tr iklrnf itwn of it
in Mholc nntti I wu, iinl icul (aft-r trfmlitiK vlth
'fwr.l pp'inti Mit il Hioritr i t. i iiin lllmiit
t nrr with 1 mniimirM ton-o for alci it ihtrtv ti,
f-liie whit h tim I hni l"ii rnttrrh trf fr-'iu thu
Hitne iNfiiilone l trnublAH iti.tl Iuiti. more mnt Ht n to 1
i) (liNti um itinrlntht imm four eiirf Iran lifart f.
11 rmmtueu 1 Uiuviino tuunr '" litnltn th tmii H
tn)Ul;- J M. If KUHI.Shil.N.
Plemnt tn tutte ftt'''''t, to .1tjrf n nf Infn-v or
olil axe All dr s-tfi-t re I tt I'm r. lari- Mr i'Xi( !
in a I, II mk hn! lur tVcri)llve prtiuiililii ainl c-f-
tlUfttet.
AI,AH HHAI!.IN HIT.i'IHl' CM.
. WftlUt., rvr VorV.
- 3
ctticicur.
Uelmnnt tu. The Mrtinpnlltftn Isoncuc. I
I'nn inripnu, .Ttina ih. Tin Miropoltnn P tut riot fj
Crli Vet I eaite t?aye I j wauto hr t tl which had a !
mni f xcliiPk riiiih. Th oH orV la-rt wenl nr-j U
to th-bat Atttl ttiankn tn th r(i llrnt furin tllnplafd t
h MmiiitfiirJ. whnrniitritMiietl fiuIlleM lfintujr f (
7 A put it Kit tier t he rfri'fii ilue tnin t ll Thetouroi
til tHI-ftH IT sJfTMIi 1 t Rtl kl T IHM'K.
A Mntintfurti, li. Won I . 72 1,
( lurtifr 11-rriBOii h WtuM ... M
. ' (arlani. f arn ill it Wuoil . . 19 il
ITIU rill v h Wooil t n
i W T MilfR ti VrlliiniM 10 !j
' II. Artnti 't'.Uninl h -mlth K J J
.1 I luiui . y r. Ir.t..nii I It m il'ti 4 3'
II I. Walker r Hnrr.ni.ii. b Wool 5 4-
t 11. Ih riih t' Wuihitii h Kinitn . , o M
W. t Wu.1.1 r Mtliiil, b Uuuil .... li
K lone unl out . .. .. tl I;
J'Mrnit . ... . . u m
Total . . "il5 7
MPtMllNT. 1
P. IT. arnnll h Wool i
W Al oitr, fill h 1-Unmrv H f
K. Vcl"Hia'il b Uuui. . 24
A 1. Mniih, c I owf, h o'lEeilb. 41
A. M Wi.ttt I. Un i,l . j
i. UatHntt l it w ti Turner j i ,
U. K Met ill run nut . 1 l
1 I li li Worn) 1
l I llrrrn(n t 1 iiw b Wml . ... . ij
K W. httftiftsr li Wml, ii
M ll Miiltti, UOC out. .. . ., U
livtrivt ., it
Total . .Til
Sa under IlrntM lVttltt Acnln.
Cepvrteht, ibwi. ly lir i-t y ITinttna ant I'ulUthtnf
it fn tut tor.
Joni-ov. Juno lS.P6ttltt nnd Saunders
plaod tlio soooml of thoir tonntR inntcliot nt
tho Uuocii'h Club to-dm. Tho ntteiidiinea whs
pmnlL owlnc to tlio Ascot mens bolntr in rroc- I
res, nnd tho piny w.ih ii curious ropotillon of
tbutwitiii-snil nt J.oril's on Monday. Pettltt
wns in no condition to plnv a bnrd iiiRich. nnd
tinmiders won onstlv by thro sum to loo. tho
play having lasted foity-siv mlnuti..
rcttitt will co to Mnnchuslor to-morrow, nnd
will Piny Mr. lnek, a very tcood antalour. on Fri
day. OnMiturdiiy Ito will nail on tho Umbrln.
It basto-dny been lonniod that lttIttH ill-nd-pd
enrrospondento In tho VW durfnc Ih'i
rhnmploiiHhlp nccotfntfurm catihed tlio Duko
of 1 Ifo to nbamlon tho plan bo Itnd formod of ,
nnklntr PottUtand hnundors toplai athNcourt j
nt Slirop. in which rao tho DuLo would bavo J
i:lcii tlio wlnnoi 100. J
Tlio New i:u2lnii Tournament. 1
Krw lUrKif .lime In Some hrllllant matched Wt3r f
pUyril in th- tfiurtiam-nt hre to da), anI lu one of tba
coittfiiit a ciiriirlrte o'( urreL Man came out to th
K ro un lt lu th" hop a or witnetHim one of the final j
m ate litis but In till tbc were Oii-uppolntet, an In ths j
tingle the urcin-l roiml cnl woi tompici-.i and tha I
UfubkR wcreCDiument M. H. 1' Uiintlus-'on was suo- I
rraiMI In Ills matih with A. I W rltflit, -Itli'Mirfli tha (
lattr cam trj near winning the Hrt et. The aur-
prire of HietU) rame when liiach uflerMl defeat at
the hatiiH if Moore'iettl In the flritt rmintl Keacll
ietin.e. iiiidlil to pin) Mr irame, t, Nile lU opponent I
male man brilliant mroKr" I
ihet-cnren hnin'e Hrt round s W Monrehead
heuK ii liescli i . "- oml l'ouml-1 onl Hum li
liwton 1 eat .t W. Muorehend, , , i. i it r lltintinz-
mn .ir.ifKi a, i ..ritni. . i N i MtiMtfH trl
t-itl-. Jt 1'HrLer n -I J i. liall. Jr l""t J W.
Mtholit i j i 4 Doublet rreltiniiiar roniirt I. C. tM
Kanfnnl an I W II Ft .luiui bent h Italljinl 1. ( Kel- ftM
lo-.Tei.4-n -, - 1 ti ,erri rn.ii hord Uuntlni- yM
ton brat A ' I'arKir nul I. It. I'jtrker m. iUi 7 .
Flrtt roiind-w t a npbell aid I. I. Iliiritinsrion, UM
Jr baat I'. Piiv mil I HniukH lytleUuit . IS. nfl
Wrbfht and It. lie i h I rut i. Attrrb'jr aixl .1. K, 9
Ttteertj, 7-. 7 . I .. ltHt b and ronl HuutluiC" (
tou be at It. W i urtT'tti'l I. W Tinker. 7 J t t. 1
A JIlc Hlcjcle. nun. f JI
One of thelanjMt biro!it rluh rune held thli iraion (
will etar from tlm club home vt (he Mudnon County fl
Wheelmen .Vi i oinmnnl) aw avenut Jersey t'lty, at Hfl
A. M on Min 1 1 next Jn the run vrf I be the Urooktyn il
and N w orU IU' Ir lut fin 1 the I r c'-wnod arit al
Uerjrrn i' mm SlMeim-n unl-r tho r'n unr or th flM
Hh iii n nun v Club Ihem'u ll li tstken over tho tlH
I ttt lertet n-ailii to rt'inpinn n t jtin- of nm n
twentr the ii)il"t where Uuiner ui! be purl-kcn of and isfl
the afternoon i-j en
$0k something BAD! I
j WISEI fl
boots and snots v3S -im
Wolff'sAGIVIEBIacking I
. NCVCI OCT HARD AND STIFF.
VATi:Ul'It(MI- anil warsnted to lirraerr !
rntliiT, and Veei it null and durable).
A.k it llrug, Pmin owl Houte IsmiiAlny Merstyef IH
iwiii. sraiN oio a new ruRNtTUHE fttrtilth 1
win stain giasi sno CHtNawanc at Iho sfl
witt btaih tinwsac sarriA l
Witt STAIN TOUR OlO BA.HtTS 'lllie fU
Witt stain Ba.T'S Cbsch any
ISiilKaHON i
aV " TAfwrnrmHL waw t Vm
Jme it tet Ttt4t2zu. saa. Till Vi II-SJ
WOl.YV la BANUOU'lI, I'tlladeljihla M
ef iohitin tTarhlr. 11
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN! 1
CUT l'Uiri.N I'OIC Ihikm Ii--.mu!ilplTlnc H
reeli balance handle r -m - tip I" It "i fet Una, H
SI.IA Mneii rrel In - on bioik -feet .-thrfd. .tnat JH
It'tthrrad ur l-tiiri'A'l ' Sneliedii mm tlnrfieKut, H
H-c. dozen, double l treble . - . led nwirela, M
bv each. ItraMawlttU I loni f-wlvel tpreadera. H
I'c each (lit rulrn I font iv doen, 1 foot, .o ; H
:tfo' 4V Large an(yf Wool Hern 'C -k-o 7io, H
and SI each, "till -' tUii). fur IliiulrteJ MiUIujJ m
Tackle Caulof-ue ' "" l'i-
,i. i. iahkti;ich. M
63 COL'KT HT M Aft t U I1AI.U IDtOOKbTN. H, T. TM
ft. j- VI WM,N UM
iiotlomau'.o' (Oaodo, H
iiMi om; wn:u, M
Fpaldlnr Urn r 'er V to inwin e xtr Tdlnary redao
limit in nutlnirr itmirf l aert ti a Mj. rhttot llal
tt.1 rti ttyle li m ix for t- t 4tine hlrtt. food quel-
it, l 4" rrfula-' i ri el '- eacti - dotu teunltcapa. rH
aitortel V. ca h. rular jricc front &v to 91 erh: hH
tat net. tlyllth and haudtome IS end "to. each Thli ...H
li an opportunity to ttcure your outing cloiuloi for tb -H
lUsUftir. iH
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