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i . . - ' the sun, Wednesday j.itnk i, ltm I . I f TI1E EAST HAD AiV, INNING. , DoeomtlDD War. IulMft Clow-l. and i J WwliiiiBlon mooklr suffore. ft thlrti dose. I 7 Ju, tains : from II..- wnr In which Anson ! 1 cIim- I . nBtl..i J'o.loli. Ilioio I- ant to btun e fun " -I tcforlliecJooofthari.tMrlefc Tholsco-os , 1- I - of yotlenlay's cumoB were o follows: t not York, Bl liut. 1 ' BrooUrii "s Cincinnati, 1. n ' i i.icjr". i'-'i vvauin-iiJ . J Baltimore.; l'lttnL'irjti.3. 1 I Boston,-: I'leve.1.!. . U riilUdetptils. v LIM. j the iti-conn. . I n. n l(. rf fin-. rytAtSln 1 et.Vton 5J .TVl'New Vot. . 17 1 ) ! I 11 thlrari" -'J 13 l-,SrilllJlphlfc,J7 IB '$ ' HI Jkrooklyn . 1 IS .nitllminllli . 1 V " 1 M Ilnrlniiatl il I'l ne.litngtnii. .1.1 2;V ; r Clrrrlsnd In J7 WhiM Ixiuli ..13 "!"" 13 rlttsbuigii .20 in .bJU'imltlunr u :u "y ' I (j KEWTom:, H; st. Louis. II. . il y, Crnno nlntto.1 In to pitch on Monti w ' Itvrnnnn. nml was uottinir nlnnK lilenly. "I'"1' , 8 it rnliiftonn nuscii a noMiionetnunt or 1. ' , atTi.rt-. 'icitenlny nftornoon ho re-umeil hi VI 'i nttoiniittoilnenlvn tho llrown". nnl Miereeilei' Ik) anluilr.il!. vUillohowas Homowiini ineiinou H i toovor-ixeneroHltv in tin? maltorof buc mi I ' W bulls, 7iT.wlin It tocamo noeoBfinry to nut llio V' ball over tho blnto ho ?howeilnblIlty to control jft tha upborn. Hut four hit nroehartrail niairi8t I liE film, and olio nftho'8 was of tliofccriitohiinlcr. 'I IVJ. Cniiio was well supported both bolilim tho bBt M Itjf and ntlinrwlse. In aihlltlon.tlm Now Yorks I. t I In!' tho ball In a way to hrini In runs, the result Ifci uolni a oomimrntivply enRy victory. Jlwycr mf. held tl.tf Now or's down till tlin sixth, JiinliiB. mv whnti thpy loll upon him latln-r hard, lluckloy , Wh. had n llnirur knooked out lu tho clchth. and ' if i gaxo way to Jllrd. .... . Jri 'Urn local lanrt corod In tho first on ?; O'ltouricn'H slnulo. 1'lohlVn s.icrlllci. a pnssod ISy ball, and a wild plth. In tho lltth Crnno M lin? rhowi'd soma unstiudlnofs. With two nion S(S out.ho'.ont Dwjorand Crooks to llrst onballs. iff Tlinn Itlchiirdsnn iiiirizluil I niroll'ii crouiidor. fi ( anilihnliusns wiro full, "ordon hit s.ifoly. Vtt and I)WTir roiil. rrooUs also tried to coiuo I xp homo, and would Iibm hcnii out. hut Murphy 1 w dmtipnd I.ynnvi throw. lla".'C'cVB uroundor I, tiif; toliichnidsou cndi'il tlin InnliiK. V ? The New iorkt walled till thosUth.whon f YlH Illcharilson's f-lncli-. r. "stoal to soconi. and t. m Ilaskotfs liABe hit tied tho -core, lutliofov- Ji IPli entli Uoro hturtml ultli a baso on ball", and m JSt" ent to (inronil on Fuller' sacrifice, lllchanl- ifif fron'i slntloilroM) Cloro to tho plate ltlchard j i smi nKali. -tolo focoml, nont to tl.lnl on Sj-ji I.voiiN'AsacrillCK. and xcored on a wild pitch. I vW. ThoNcwoiku bctan tho ulKhth justwhoro tm tbey Ivltofftn tliosovonth. llnssott hit for a f,! bate, and then I'Mds buntud ami beat tin) ball ( to llr-t. but Dwycr's throw. In addition to I ' liBi ' bclnc too l.ito, was too low and wldu. permit- , I Hi tlnliastt to fiorouinl l'lohls to roicn third. ; K Muiph dicJ.it Him. l.ut Cram nent. to llrst i ll B on halls, and Ciou- two-banner sent , jlji: both Hi his and Crnno homo lullm'ri Uwj fcinclohnlped lime lo thoidato. I'ullor atolo uK mpciiiiiI and also third, but Lynch said out. It nlthouvh l'lnknoy noor touched. Shorty I St ItiL'l.iirilinn nout to llrxt on balls, but Lynns II9B brouicht tho fun ton clo'-owlth a llytoWurdon. jJM! Tho llrowns mido a spurt in tho ninth and ' jlffi Cot a run on a hnio on lmll. Hwyor's slnclo. a JflHf Meal, and a s.icrillcc. Tliou tho llrowiu nnd ;j 1 their IndiRo-colorud uuifunns drifted out of Hlj i tho Polo grounds. 1 ll f (ilasscock and Lynch had several intcrostins III eneounters. lllaek Jack, wlilio wultini; bin r yil turn at bat, Inilsted on htandins cloo to tho all platnaiid lniliilL'Ini; In romaiks calculated to jjjlg cnnfUBothoNewVorkiMtchcr. ,nchmndohlm ml ictirotothel ouch tlin1,' tliuci In tho ninth In- j II nine, nhilo tlio llnmus noro beine put out. ')',( (Jlnsscock. bat bai; in hand. stoid near tho ! jjjj 1wi)iitv-rtve.ci'nts".it waiting for tho Hst man i Sjj toRoout. Lynch wa hiton thn arm with n foul , M ; tip. and as lh" umplm writhed iurain Cilass- l Ml cock yelled In lecrlne tones: Choor up. "llj Lynch; choerup." Tho bcoro: I Mi k ToRk I fcT. lllT. 'Ifi nUro a r I u.l s p n. A r J, H cure, c r . 1 1 i o ormolu 2.1U..1 0 3 10 i! 3 u!r . . o 1 3 1 II I nrriiil. 1. 1 0 110 0 r'jj Klr,lc'.'n lb 3 a 1.1 o HUrrden lt ll O 112 -J O ,3 i.toi .::! b o 0 l a o i. n-.c.d. .o o 1 n i fill i'l!mir 1 f.l 1 o o O'lUO'lle, 0. f.. 0 1 .1 0 O mill DiMflt :db.,l l 1 H o.r-nrulticrt. r t 0 0 10 0 in y FiehS r.f." .1 2 II II 0 Tlnknujr, jabo o 1 o o iln Muiimy.c. o o 7 u llliuiHey. c 0 u 4 n o 1 i crane. 1 o 1 'j olnirlo .1 o o o O HI! , Uwjrr, p.... 113 11 U . TDtala . h 11 27 14 2 Wl TolaU 3 4 27 15 2 fill nrVwl 01 00O124 0-8 I; U 1L I.nu.1 ; O O 0 0 2 0 0 O 13 UU ; Fanirrt rpni-r.New nrk, 4 Flrxt Iiskr by errom bbi a CS fA" ork, 1, st Lotilx 1, Ift nn bnaraNflir Ynrk, J ! flfll 10. hi IuuIh. H Uril btm' nn I'MlK-cm CrallP. 7; m'J niili)r. H -(ruc nut ll) i rin. C; byowier 4. I iiM ' Tivnbtiip I It Horn sn,.rrli ,hltf t ullfr, l.)nns f IMb j III 1'tnol.b i.1 Curmtl riiiVn.'y HinVn banel lullerllo. Ji III Klc iiardvii (.). Wllil pilrlicn lirjrr(2l l'acid ball J H I If Kuikliy. tinplru loncli. Tluic 2 bnura Hililj mmoKLiN. 7: rivciNNATi, 1. H n D Th 1'rooklym. In their prcllmlnnry work at D' Eastern I'.irk esterday uftornoon. showod I I'll that thuro had beru komu lively talk and ao- j ,l vere opinions ot pressed in tlio players' hear- III int: after tlio two defeats on Decoration Day. j r Also durinc the Kaniothoypl.ived with creator j 9 dash and spirit. Whlln there wore not so many H 1 1 hits made, they came oflcjiorthn'i lu tlio two III! ' precedinu contests. Hoildes. tliev mado some III ollort to cct arounil tho bans. The third In- I ;(J iitnu siu I mplro hliuridun an opportunity to 1 1( snueleli llurm. Jojco win conchlnu at first ill ami iUirns went to Imp him. Khorldnti nr- 1 1 13 dercil the latter nway.liut he refused. It cost J I j1); Win S1U for tho act. but Joyce retired aud I g ll Tommy had tho whole lino to himself. 1 15 Ward wont llrst to the bat, nnd reached llrst I 2 hnsoon Lulls. '1 lion ho stole soeond nrottdy. Hnl'1 llnoithers unt to llrst on halls, and a wild HI itdi cnt hltn to third, wlillo Ward, by spurt I , Ini;. erosed tlio plate. A hit by Hums enabled j llfjl llrouthersto uct homo. For four innings tho J U llrooklHis dill not score. Tlion Hums com J 1 1 moncoil tlm sUtli iunincwtth a two-tmso hit. J m Orlllln B.ierilleeil. On O I'.rlen'o sinclo llurns J II t-cored. ly, Ward's slnirlo. a bae on balls. J 1 1 ;l AVaid's Meal, and n hit for two bases by J 1 1 llroutliers. and llurux's single added to J llj Aauclin's error, caxoltlio llro(l,ynH n firmer J lj 3 ' holdiuthe n.t lenini:. Tho lat run was J 1 1 ill inadeon a fnrco lilt by .loyco and anutlier J i( eloKio ' v liurns. 0I, Tin- Cinclnnatis wern only able to cct four 9mI hits olT l'outr pltchlne, and onlv one was of 94 nuy service to them. It wns lu the elchth IhJ Innim:. Mel'heowenttollrst on balls, but was Btn3 forced out at second on Lathami sharp ono to HJ Coreuraii. Ward .'uinbled li'Neill's hummer Will back of seconil. After llnlid.i) had struck out HI HI llrouniiueame to tlm icacuo Mlth the sinclo gil wnieJi sent Latham home. Tho score: H Want :!.... 1 r. 3 2M,l'lifp MH 5 3 4 l ISBI lllill ,ln)!',;,b 2 ll 1 4 ll Uthim. JMb.l O O V 0 H 111 tlS ll'llu la. li-l b.3 1 I' O U'O Snll. I, . . O O 1 0 O UlS'l . lliirn. r. t , 1 4 2 ll ti.llnlllilur r fo 1 4 I I UlM i.nilin. t o 1 o oiii,iiiiti,;i. ro j a 0 o nlilk CnnnlHIl. a o 0 2 .p, 0 lillltltl 111 bo 0 H II 1 lllll'l . n'liritii. i. f oi i o oMiiim a a o i r, 4 o plM ' Juily. i n 1 .1 1 iiiMuriihy. c . 0 0 a 1 11 linn 1'uutr. p... 0 1 0 1 0 Durjan. p ... O 1 o 4 O lil Ti.uu 7 107 14 2 Tnti'a T7:l"il2 TillUi rrooilin ..,, 2 n o o o I .1 o 17 H,? Clielnimll 0 o o 0 o 0 11 1 o 1 Ijljl ,, lion,' I ruin j rnn!.i)i. 2. tlrm biia by arrnri 1J 7 Coximiili J, hrnnklyn 1, J.t, mi bnirp Rrnoklyn llll 7. V iK't'inull. s 1 tri.1 bn.oiiii brtlU HIT Knulf, 4; oft Mill 1. l'lirji-i. 7 MimiL niil Il Inilll. 2. Ttti,bai hlta III ., fnni". Iiin.ithrri-. u'Nrlll. Ilnllbl:iy sarrirca let. illf l'l,rtf n, orlU'i ll,,all biia Waril (2 11 Tlricn, ilrlf Will ln JIimI,', !tyi-Miiitli, y.i I he, acil lauati. Ilnlll. H Git) ninl Miir,li Wilii I'liilim Puryra Uuic.ra IIS plurWiiii Hiiin 1 .V,, All mlineo l.&oi, Hljll cilirii n, 12, i,iiiltov, 4. HffSl tT4f'i.ii tc. May .11 Milimiitti un ln irllnn'of It a Hlfl ' Wail ini.tnn imllil Inn riinnl wnuhl make il nppaar l tii.)ttle iile i'il n kihi.1 irttnt atrilllflt rapt Alumianl Ull but nl, tmla), lii raiMc ta I lie i'ai Ihfy pLajeiJ ail vrry p mrly ail imtut uai.lly altfr lirn nirii vara rigl urn aiel 1 iielfi orrnra abli u wcru vary linuincliiir. At HK'! i (tnJaiic.i 1.2K0. Tlio aruri, 1 HH.Jii 1 i 1011M.T111, niu'iic. Mr 1 lif it 1 n r n. a. r n liro.iL Vila ' Hnr. c (, . ..1 ;i i o owiimot.ir ...i o .1 u i K'llil lMDotaii. r. 1.11 J n o 1 Pnliian ,'U u 3 .. 'I J 0 .ji) ; lJirlln, lull, 0 t 7 0 1 Ujiui.i r o 3 1 11 O WifJ Du'lee, I. r 0 11 4 1 o nMiti, JhiIi 1 j b 1 o KB it ,i alillliaii. c o I 4-.j o rimi-aii. r I o o n o o Will l,n ln.nl'11 ill 14 4 2111111-11,111, Jil b o 13 3 0 Klibin anrinati, ti, u 2 o a o.i'i,uiui, i,n I l i 4 o (XTtf lili), Jilli 0 O il 3 0 I'linibirl, II 12 0 3 0 TfffHii luoiiiril 31b 3 1 1 a u Nlirlur, 10 3 0 0 Uliil (jaitrla-ut, p o o il o o BfYfl lnlall . .,12 1J 271 J 1 Ulii j Tnla'a 4 II 24 111 3 IdJifv XVllhlluMoii ,.ll 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 04 HL? ClilcJt',1 2 0 3 0 1 .', II 1 -I: 'T, -harnl riina U jiatiltiL;liiii, .li riiicaco. H r'n-lm6 UB IiIIm Ami li, ralniiAti i.li liar bnn, Ublrn. ('iwtny. llniilo rim llinlliir, Dnulilu ili n-iblcii fin I I'o'i- Uv). Iln lur Uun. limiil an 1 Larkin, I'tniran aal An auu lirat liiuu on i,i,! lift i unbert, .1, on tuinian, ' 2 off iiuilrluhr 2, Irirat biao b. errort I'lilrHirn. j. jn lart on iiafa Wa.hliutiin ri, ( hlc iirn, 4 iJIrnek out la h) fnruntn. 2. by iiiimliirl, 1 Mnlon linn- IMInnit, JjK llaliltii. fn rliii j lata- Oumoiad, l-iriln, Iljan. Loo- j,! uey, lliua-i .1.',. Inipire-hiuilie, Elji Hamuli, 4, riinainrii, 3. M llufioir. .M) 31.- rho liii'incnre irnm returntil Hill frnin I'liiiburclilhla ui-rnlin.' and ill Irate 1 ilia isiuuLt J'U -lty bull tlil flcruonn bj liuich nui. ork, Tlm S' ,M foro. it niTOinrr. i rimtirnr.ii H J'n ali'n.l.fu 1 . 1 pi Millar. 1. 1 o 1 o n 0 it Wilcli.e.i I 1 l 0 lilarhaurr. 2b o 2 J 2 0 IMTJI 't' ?,'":!." I 1 O ll lMibllrl. a. a .11 2 4 0 1 II el la' llalilijii. r, r o i j o 0 Herkley. 1lb 1 2 " 1 litll't, ni1k',',1' h 1 J J J o luiinmiil. auu 0 3 3 0 Utf ij' ''"il .VI h I J o 8 1 turrelU t I 1 1 1 o Wii-lii Wsia.lar.lalbO 111 1 OMarl.r .. 114 10 fill V i'U J obluaiiii. o. ,0 0 7 o J l-otklilll. c. I 0 0 U 0 0 U f fl Uuiauiou. p.,.0 ioi Kuifiu, u o ii ii o i tfl . -; -- tJllttl. p O 0 3 0 0 Tut. Jl rotatl ,,4102714 4 flJ,i. ,, Total 3 U2714 3 M I', Smatei 2 0 0 10 10 0 0-4 m j 1 wititmrn , o o o 3 i o o o 0-3 J ! '!' .,!.7I,, 1 ? W?.iB,l,,a2,'-.s Itntta on f rrori-Bil. Sffi'J 11 Vii;fl:.V,11.i',"i.ri'l,'9- Uli on baaa-Mlllmir, 7; UfJ IS, 1 iJl"1 iv, K-.r ?," ,'"'': Rck nni-Hy 11 n in n on; -Bl t" 4. by Uullln. 2s by uinllh. 2 Tlar.,aa mu-llalll- W'J k'"11' '"C'lff. Tirii-baM hita-fUuiiart. BhlBllle. Nan. )J ,"l,';il'll-lchl2lCnrkLlll.Wblall.r. stolen U.- f H Vi"i..hi,"K."- ,'u,,' Paya-Miocb. I'lckall. au4 W 3 WMftltr. hhuijraiiilBiklaj llll by pllcbad ball- H fa 11) llilttliilcir, J. WIlOpUili-Htininmn ea.aea ball WOK ri Jluvk.J. liutJrt-Mao-illar. Tlme-3 hour. Xm !a !?n3tni', 2j tumnp, 1, 'iM.-K, ii, Buitox, Vy .11 Tbe noMona iw analn from tbe KWKi V piurhiauiitiir ikuiuv. lu iUrii mulur tide 'MrA-: aiPlpMPViVk. WV ,'AlW4fc ,. AM anythlnu cipaelally brllUant, Tb pllcbara war la prima condition. 6oorai etto. cintUK. ,';i,)l,M 1,1 .la. r, i.a. Mtf attrir.r.tl 0 3 0 o Chllila, 3t b...o o 0 S 1 DolTy, . f .0121 o Burkett. It... O 0303 Lonr, a, a . .1 3 1 G 1 Darin. .14 U....0 1340 haah, ndli II 1 2 1 O MrKran, 1. .,0 o 3 3 I ataray, I. (.. o 1 3 o o 11 Connor, r. Ml 0110 miTaita, p.. ,.o o u h oMrAlaer, c r .1 1 son ?ulnn,2ib .0013 0 MtlnMitb ,.0 212 O 0 ucktr. lub .0 0 12 o o Pnrla. e, ...00301 (inntel c, o o r. 2 1 ruby, p n 1 o e o Tebaau ... ..O O 0 o o Total 2 R27SO 2 Totala 1 D27 18 ft Beaton OO000200 0-2 WcTflanJ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 Hritbaiabverrori llntion, 1; rlnclanil. 1 Lett nn ta.t-Ro"lon, 1: CIrTeluiI I I'lrntbaiaoii balli-ort Hlvatli. 31 on HutTy, 2. smirk nul-Dr Silvaiu, r,: hi I'lidy. 2, Farrlftce hlla-c hllda, Horl.ni. Pari., Iloylo itnlen baatl-Stntey. Iloyl II). Cutlr. Wild iiltcli Hllratia L'papire ulaSney, Time 1 li. At lendanca 1,481. riiiiuirtriiiA. 4 lninriiin,l, rnnnriritir7 May 31. Tha homa tenm added an otberrlclor) In In credit today. Tbetcorei lAiiaSTiLia. 1 ainijiotaritta. slaro. a. xl n.1. r.o.. t. Brown, c. f 0 14 1 o Hamilton, I. t.n o o o O Tailor. 2d b o .1 1 ft o rnnnor. lat b 1 1 10 1 o Wearer, 1. 1. 0 1 1 11 II Mailman, 2dti 1 1 1 ft 1 Pnw.c, , o i 4 0 o Thompenn, r.r.o 0100 .irnnlnca, a. a 11 11 3 ft 1 palehnnly,a.t.l 3 10 0 Heerr, r. f 11 o 2 o o riemrnte.c J o u 3 o Mi'fme. .1,1 b 0 o o 2 n Allen, a a .02301 Ornn. l.lb 1 1 10 o o from, .id b. ...n 1 1 o 11 SlrattOD. p O0000 liaper, p.. . ,0 1 1 2 O Totala .7 7 24 12 "l T0I0.U . 4 827 IS. 2 Jitilarllle . 0 0 0 0O010 0-1 Plilladflpllld 1 1 O O l O O 2 4 Karnad runa Inula-, III. 1; l'Mlsdelnhla, 3 l-'lrat baienn error lAulTlllr, ll I'hlladell bla. 1 leflnn tiaeN 1,,'ntiirllle. K, riitladelpbia. 9 Hrt bapa nn balla tilt I'.ipir. 3: on biratmn, I. fUriick ont-lly 1 fc,er. 3, b) stratlnn. H. Homo run Onnnnr. Three baa hlta lialehantv. Orlm Tn-n baan lilt Delehant . i-arrlllroliltn .li-imbi-fl. Allen l'rnaa(2l. Dollbln playa HallniAn. Allen, and Cnnnur (2. Kiper Clement, and I'otmor. lilt by tiltrntd ball-By btrattiiu.l. I'luinr lurat. Tline-l!2i. iatern Delation. AT lmw lurrrr, Meir toaren ft O O 2 O o O 1 0R i'bllaitelphl 0 1 1 u 1 0 o 1 3-7 Bare bite Nrrtr lUren 14: Pblladelphla, U. Prrora Kew tuvren, 4. l'blladelpbla. 3. PitctjurB Kournlerand Dowtuiui. at raor. Trnv v 00000000 0-0 IloctieaterS, o O 1 2 O O O 0 0-3 paio hlta Irov 3; Rorbeuter. 7, Prrora Troy, 4; ltocbester, 1' Pitcbert OlAtkaon ond Meekln. 1 at rrairteh. Ryracini! . . T 0 0 014000 15-10 liiiiriio ...Z. o 1 o 1 r. 4 o o 0-11 linia lilia s irnne. 12: llunalo, 17. Frrora 8yr ciiar. a: HuRatual. FltcbiT-llarr and J)ir. at at Mini. rimlra ., . 1 o 0 2 O O 2 O 2-7 Albany . .v . o 0 4 o 1 0 o 0 l- llnae blt Elmlrv 10, AlbMiy, 10., Krrori IHrnlra, 2: Albany, 0. Pttclivera Iurpby and Shea. Weaatorn Irfacne. At Ktnaae City WiKround. At Milwaukee nam. AT llOT HATS. Fort Wayne ..2 2 1 2 0-0 3 3 2-14 To'a-lo O10 0 1 0O00-2 Al t.i nllNaroin. Indlanapolli . lOO-.OOOOOOOO O-l Colunibu 0 O0O00O1OO0 1-2 Sonllirrn" Lcntzne. At Mnhlle-Moblle. 3: rbaltanooija 4 At Mniilirniuery AloiitBom'Uy. 7: Uucon. 3. At UesipbU Hani. 1 Olhcr Uanea raoTlnricr. 4 i-fliowf, 0. Panvinrirr, May 31 Tbe Prnrldencs Grara of tho Tauten Iauui-played an exlillijtlon triune thlsarier noon with th Brown Lntiereltvteain ajid won Dr tlio aroranr4ttiO The tlefrat of tbe cnlleft bnja aa duo largely to two bad arrnra In tbe second limine, lor tlio reat or the aame tbe rnilrire bora played ball as wall aa tbe proieasioua a. Theacure. raoMorirr. aaowra. H 1 a r n 1. r a. 1 a r a a. a, Frtel. r f ..10 3 11 o Tennay. I. f ...o 1 3 o o Mack. 2d b 114 0 1 Sexton.p. .01141 Pettlt. 3lh . O 1 o 1 1 Steer, a a .0 o O 2 O Tarrnr. latb o 1 0 11 ulYWeka, let t. O 010 o o llnrnuntr. I. f 10 3 0 olHnalll. 3d Ii- 11 o 3 0 O Li-ia-moD. c. M 030 OiI.e)liy. c. o o 1 o Mnilli. a. a 0 2 3 3 1 Jonea 2d b , O 1 11 1 2 llvan c. ... o 1 11 2 o Mcbane. r fi o 1 2 1 o Khroy. p 0002 o Oeorge, c. f - o o 1 o o Tnlsla. TUTU'S Totala... Tl "4 24 "ii "3 rrotldrnee 020010104 Brown . . . . 0 O o 11 O o 0 o 0-0 Twtbaee hlta sestnn, Tenny. Mock. Saa-rlflce hlta Petllt (3i, Farrr. Mynn. bafl on baiea proridenca. , llrown. ft. Slnlea baae. Beaton Double playa Mirny, tonlth and Farrar. llyan and Maok. Klral. baa nn balla beah). Smltb. larrar, llnrnlnir hlrncX out Murk. Frlal. liynn. Kilrny l.li. (lenrire. Jonea Paeaed ball Li-aby lilt by pitched lull ilck, hrloL Time 2 03. Umpire! Fllber and Hunt. IT VKRorf roi(T. Union Star A. 0 ft00020O;0O 7 Younj- Columbia A. C. . 0 0 0 3 0 3 OIO 712 at ranRira, Weat Side A. C 2 0 3 3 0 0 8 1 0-12 Knob ltlll Ulub 2 0 0 0 0 0 O'O O 2 Home Game on Monday. At Arlington A t , Beecher, Pohenrk Co . 8, Mam Una. 1 P. M . lleecber. si-henok A Co , 10, Eicelalora, 3 At Lonj Island City F.pblpbany Lyceum, s; St. Stephen a, 4. At Kabway-A. v.. Allantaa. ft: Kliiabeth F. C. 3. P. M . Allalilaa. IB. Wcndbrlilire F C. 8. At Tnttenrilia A. M . Invtnclblea, J3; Alerta. S P. M . Inilncihlea. 7. Alerta. 7. At Brooklyn .Vaeaau 13, Hickory. 1 At Frnepect Park s. Michel tsobel. 26: Henry New man A Co , 4. At Atlantic Park ciorera. 0: Merry Monlcea. 7. At Hnlinken Jereeya 17: loa. 3. Atornnee dranje. 2 Monitor'. 0. At Inrt Hamilton oubtr Men'a beagoe, 1ft; College of Pharmacy. 12 At lutler droiinda A M, Adonis, 7: Flraildaa, 6. r M. AilouU. 12: Klltee la At Veit J)er(eu Sumner, (1; Bergen, 10. Baaeball Games To-day. yanoiL trier ato AMrRicA asbociatiox. New ynrk a Pittebnrnhat the Polntrroands. Brooklyn la LoutsrlUe at Raatern rark. WaahinvtonTa. I lerelana at Washington. Baltimore tb Cincinnati at Baltimore Philadelphia re. Cblciitnal Philadelphia. Boston a. bt. Louis at Boston. OTIIKR CAMRS Staten laland A. C. m Fluahlnga at West Brighton. Han ard vs. Weale) an at Cambrldife. Mauuattau A. C. a. Mercnrys at Manhattan Field. ljaaeliull Nntea. BRimtrroRT. May 31. Red McDonald, who has played professionally with orweb. l'tlca Norwalk. and Rochester, lias been signed to play second base for tbe r-vrocos club of the hastern League. A powerful semi profeaalonal team haTe Just come into existence, and ther will be knor.n aa tbe New lersey Professlot als Only Sunday games will be played. Address c. E. Tate, Manager, 22 Park place. Sew lork. Thn ncnlr organlred semi professional club of Font!) Brooklyn, known as the lindaona. went to Mount Ver non nn Ui'CorAtlon Day to play tbe crack team of that place The Brooklyn men won by a scorerf7 loft Tbe iltidsons hare a number of old timers In tbeir rank, and they do not bar anybody In playing. The Manhattan Athletic Club Baseball team will to day meet their old rtt als. the New lork Alhletlo Club team The rortner will play under the name of tho Mercury Baseball Club The game will take plate at Manhattan Field. Kane, now of tbe Domestics, and P. A Dullard will form tho battery for the Mercury. It will bs a rpiestlon this afternoon at Prospect Park whether ll would be better to Insure your property or Invest In slocks. Tbe matter will lie driided. as fur aa fie liasetiall sharpa are concerned. In match betv, eea lbi Wall Street Club and the Llrerpool London and 1, lube Insurance lompany'e team There is a little tee'.ii ir lne matter, and tbe Insurance men have a allgt 1 1 allT William P. Lynch nf BrnoVl)n send a communica tion to Ta Scv in which he sets forth that there Is a dlsi repaacy ut 9Mi7.0O In the amount rsalired at tho game Mr the bsnent nf Hub Colllns's wllow. Mr 1.3 nrh basra tits assertion nn the claim that l.lti.'i tlcketa nt 70 cents each would make (Sl'O 2ft, whereas in the llgares as published tho amount wa plated St IjIinK The statement of reeelits published in Tur hes showed that l.lhft irand aland tiiket brought S2U7ft The (rraiid aland tlikets ere JU cents eaih, and where Mr. l.ynrti made his mistake as ln.su; poslngthat the grand stand tickets cost 73 reals each, PiiTSSL'nr.ii. May '11, A nurprlslng rumor In ball circles r aa confirmed here to-nlrbi by President Tem ple. It Is In enrol that Manager Bui-kenbnrgar ! to he roine a director of theiliiband entirely represent Mr. ?omple's interest nn tbe Board The latter Is to retire rnmtaklnir an active part In the allalra nf the local club, hm will continue his bit eatmeiit in the club. Mr. Temple, when asked tonight when these propnsod changes will take place, said "At the nnnual meet, Ing. aud this certainly menu that Mr, liurkenhnrger is tn stuy her. 1 haren't time tn itetote to the cluh'a affair, and think Mr, Il'irknniinrger capable of looking afiirmj Interests audtliu,- nf the club griierall),M It Is said that It la likely Ibiit Manager Uuckeoburger will be made President, Cricket, The Tioga Club of Philadelphia brought their New Ynrk )latt lo arloae jesterdi) b) defeating the learn nf the New. lersey A. C at Bergen Point Their Hall. fax tup prnspecis are cnnsblersbly brlvbterird by their dual lcmry oerhlaten Islsnd tn I New Jersey, olid thev now hop to take a gooJ poiitiou lu this year contests. Tbescoroi new jsRsir a. c rioni. A.llunn.c BrlAtol.li.Cre- Onest, I h. , b. Ellis , 7 gnn .... . 0 A Harnett. I. h w . b II, lllnde. runout. ft I Ills 17 y c. I'aldar, I h. w., b. II T I'earce. ran out, ,13 Bristol .. . . p.l 11 Hrlstolb T)era. 3 Tyers lint out, 2J 1. II llitrs, U Tiers,. 24 P. W T Htllea h Bristol ft P. Hutwoud b. V.llls., , 14 i'. II. Kills I) Bristol 11 A P smith, b fyers 2 p I. rnghlll. runout, 1 111 1 llooell, 1. and li II, Handall. b I regan i Tyrra. . 7 II. P, Pox b. Bristol lis p lerls b.lyers . 3 U V, Wilkinson. U Brls- n M. l.elflie, b I Ills O ml .. , ,4,r M Cregan. not out ,u Rrr, L V, Ilroan.ruuoul.10'B)es 7 Il) . .'!,', 0'" ' legbjca. lUdes 3 Wldes I . , TolaL ..,,. 120 Total. 03 A Doc Itnco Went by llrfault. The running race between Thomas Clark's dog mlr Athol and Jmes Douglass's Flrenrl, which nastohtv taken plaro In West Chester on Peroration Day for tftoo and the dog-runnlnv rbmp!onsbti nt Amerlci wound up In adupute. Clark hail no "slipper." and. further nmre. claimed that tbe track was short Doeglsss ws willing 10 toss for cbolca of ends, hat Clark refosed Then Douglass tnek a hand, lie wanted the (33 paid for expenses, aa called for by tbe artlclea. but Clark wanted la wait until tb rare was run. Tb referee de cided that plreoxe won the stakes. IlaaebsUI, Pals Orouuda, To-day, Grand Leagu championship gma. nttshurgb t New York. ileoo4P .V. Admrisioa COand 2&t ents. Orsnd itaud :5 csuts. and reserved seats CO cents ex- tra.-uje. llaaehall, Eaatcrit Paris, 4 V. M. To. day, Brooklyn s. Luulavlils. Adulsaion. 23c. and ftOc. 1 Kijrtt trusi troei BrLlgt. 3.W Hid 3 SO.-AJr. iiLi-iM4---M A BAD DAY FOR THE TALENT. rAVomins iioinrru ornn is iiArm svcatfisiox ax uonnia vark. I.atnplllhter 'Win tho Hea and Hound, and Frieaa the Harlem Hlakea-Yrtasea at l.onj Odda Captorea tbe Opening reat Tha Pepper at n to 1 Dswsi llaninet Mr. l.os-lllard Touchea Ub the HIbb-Ob ard Hhovra the Plater tha Way lions. Tour favorites wero tteaten at Morris rark yesterday afternoon nnd the talent had tha most disastrous day of tho sonson, Michael F. Dwier and other licnty bfltort lolnn many thou sands of dollars. Tho attendance was small In comparison with Monday's multitude, but there were hotwoen six and soven thoiiBan 1 person, present when the Inicle soundod tho call to post for tho oponlne race. Tho woather was porfect for raclnu, and Huperlntondent Gorman had tho cpurso In record-broaklnc condition. The stake fonturos. tho Hnrlom. for two-year-olds, nt five and a half furlonc. and tho Boa nnd Round, for threo-yenr-otd, nt nrnlle. erented a creat deal of Interest, and they woro oT,poctod to result In stlrrinc contests. For tho Harlem. J. K. McDonald's Clara colt nnd P. T. Pulslfcr's Llndsny woro withdrawn, lenvlnii sevun candidates for tho rri?o. Mr. J. 11, Kcono'd liandsomo colt lie strnlnt. tho cleverly named uon of Itnyon d'Or and Quarantine, was favnrlto. with Messrs. l!olo ft Llttlcfleld'a Faj;lo Illrd sneond choice, Tho Morris representative Frle70, halt hrothor to Fides, was tho despised oulsidoratSU to 1, tho colt's performances nt Graxoscnd bolntr so bad as to warrant his bolnc let nooroly alono by tho talent. Tlio start was perfect with Mr. L'hrot's 1 hands ntij colt Sam Wollor In front. S.im Weller and Kngle Illrd disputed tho lead for nearly half a milo. with lteatralnt. Krle7e. nnd l'rlneo Imperial in close nttendaneo. In tlio dip J'aclo Ulrd was beaten, and lt stralnt was colnc so handily thnt his bnckors eonsldored their money ns jrood as won. A hundred jartls from liomo Ltttleflolil hroiieht rrloroupwltli a snrprlslnc rattle.and cntchlni: Kestrnlnt, boat him tn tlio cleercst stylo Imnctnalilo by a short head, l'rlneo Im perial was nn liiillfloront third. Frlero's im proomont in form was stnrtllnc. but the most BitrprlMni! Incident In connection with tlio colt romalns tobetold. Ilolind n sovero attack of colic early on Monday inorulnc. but rocmorod pulTlcloiilIyto eat his dinner with rollh that etonliiK. Vo'-terday ho rim tho host rnco of his lite. fr. Morris should try to brinsT Mum Into n colicky i?Lito nt onco. With Ht riorlan out of the Sea and Found fitnkos. Lamnlichter. on the form ho di'-plajed at (Irnvesend, was the surest of sure thlncs. and tho talont shotvod their appreciation of that fact by bncklne him down to 1! lo 1 on. Ills opponents woro Dnconot. who was con ceding him soven pounds. Coxswain. Actor, nnd Kennebec, all of whom were In receipt of wcicht from the handsome son of Spendthrift and Torchllcht. It was Dngonet's llrst up- fiearnnce. and ns ho had won both tlio wo-year-old divisions of tho Hoa and Bouud. ho was closely watched by tlio talent, who were anxious to trot n line on tho beauti ful blaolc son of Tremont. When tho line fell to a splendid start Coxswain shot to tho front nndmndethorunnlnc. Actor and Dneonetand Lamplighter and Kennebco following llko douhlo teams. Around tho uppor turn Cox swnln had a clear lead oMour lenKtli". but oneo str.ilclitonetl out in tlio homestretch Her- f;on wont alone about Ills business with Lomp Icliter. and tlio brown colt, taklnc command of nfluirs opposite tho free field, won ns ho pleased by three lencthslnthofasttlineof 1:41. A quarter of a milo from homo Ihtcnnot becan to tiro, nnd Kltxpntriek very wisely did not punish him. Tho struncle for tho placo was warm. Actor outlasting Kennebec In n drivine finish. A feature of tho rnco ns the wild demonstrations of joyolncod hvn huco nocro rubber employed by Messrs. llrown A Kocers. thoownors of the wlnnor. He shouted nnd lauichod until thotoars rolled down lilseheeks, and ran pantlne Into tlio paddock aftor his beloved Lnnipllshter. The winner is a icrand looklnc three-year-old. nnd should be ono of of the best horses of the year. Slxtoen sprinters faced btartor Itnwo in tlio openlnc event, a dash down tlm hlllntllvo f urlone?. Tho talent raado llellevue a favorite, tint tho black horse was novor prominent. Mr. l'lerro Lortllard'a three-year-old celiliiurio men takinK the lead In the llrst hundred vards. and wlniiiua cleverly by a head from Stono noll. who beat tho two-year-old Morello as far for nocond money. Yemen is a full brother to the creat Ilimyar, and Is a very Bpeedr fellow. His trainer. John Hucclns. did not think bin chnnco worthy of oonsldaratlon. and as much ns KM) to 1 could be had against tho ireldinc in the rlnc- W'ali Jim ran woll. and will do to back the next time ho koos to the post. With tho talent disheartened by llellevue's defeat, tho knowing ones determined to cet sijuarofor tliolr lossos by plunulnc on Mita terlodoto win tho mtlo-nnd-a-iiunrter rnco. Thero wore but four starter". Mastorlodo. Jlunn.uet. Mars, and The Pepper. 'J lie Inst named, a 30 to 1 bhot. after cuttinc out tho pace very warm with Mars as his attendant for a milo. came on alono nnd boat Iiano.net n nock In a wlilpplnc finish. Jimmy L.imbley ridlne a splendid tlnish. Mars nuit like n coward. The time. 1! U8. shows that ilamiuot is ory fast at prosont, nnd tliat The Topper Is somethlnp; more than n xelllnp; rlntor. Kilkenny, ht- Hubert, Ilest Krnnd. nnd Bhenondoah woro nil stroncly supported for tho dash at soven furlones fur nll-asod maidens. Mr. Lorlllnrd playlnittheformercry heavily and sendlnc him to tho post a warm favorite. Hamilton indulged Ht. Anthony. Host llrnnd. and Shenandoah with tlio lend until opposite tho freo Held, where ho sent Kilkenny alone on the outside, the son of llnrehin nnu Katrine winning hands down by threo lengths. Hilly Donohuo rode Ilenollo. a rank outsider, into second placo in tlio final furlone. tho IJend Dr colt bentlnc Ht. Huliert n lenctli for second money. Canvass looked dancorous nt the end of tlireo-quarters of a mile. Ifosa II., Arab, and Gold Dollar carried tho bul k of the money bet on the Inst race, a selllne eventatthree-ouartorsof a milo. Gold Dollar. Onward, and Airrjlant mado tho rnnnins from tlio start. Onward, cleverly ridden by Kdille Mosor.wlnnlnc inn whlpplnc finish, with Gold Dollar and Doncatitor heau and bond at his shoulder. Doncnster camo very fast at tho finish, nnd would have won in half ndoron more strides, and Arab showed n lot of speed, but Is hardly ready for a so oro rnco yet. Hosn II. seems to have gone back, and is pounds below hor best form mst year, Tho Hoard of Control held a mooting yester day afternoon, but notlilnc ot Irapprtiinen was done. Hollowny. who trains the Kantaka Sta ble, recelvod his llconso as a tralnor. A summary of the sport follows: THF, rll'.RT KACE. A sweepstakes of 920 each, for nnn-wlnnera nf S1.000 In lsni. with 11.000 nildrd. of which $-'00 to second and 1100 tn third, fire furlongs Itaucocas F-taiilo's cb. g. Tamen, 3. by Alarm Hlro, 10-,llaralltiiri) 1 II. Warnke'a fh c r-tnuenell, 3. 10ft (A. Mccarty) 2 A. F. tan Ness ab c. .Morello. 2 HI (tlcven. Ir). 3 Key West, Captain llrown, W ih Jim. Ilellerue. Tor. menior. Tom Tnilgli. O Kelly, Belle D . Dais) Woodrnll. (ntitiitn W.igner, llrown Beauty, Pour Junithan, and Idllio k. alto ran Time, 1 on Ilettlng-Twoto 1 against Ilellerue. B to 1 Wah ,11m, 8 10 1 Captain Wagner, 1.' tn l hey West, 10 to 1 Stone. nelLlft lo 1 Morello 1ft to 1 Yemen, 20 to 1 Tom Tough. 20 lo 1 Tnrmi ntnr. 40 tn 1 Captain Urnwn fto to 1 Daisy Woolrufl. ,'J) to 1 O hi II) . fto to 1 I.lllle K , HO to 1 llrown Beauty, 100 tn 1 1'nor Jonathan. 100 to 1 Belle D. Mutual pulling, 14l, 40. THE KF.COND BACK. A wrepstt;e nf ir, larh wlta tl.ftoO added, nf wnlrli W0 to second and footo tulrd; one mile and a quarter. J K. I'epper'a b. c, The Pepper, 3, by Billet-Vega, DUW.riimhloy) . . , ' 1 M. Y. Dityer' h li. Bannuet, 4, lln llnral) , , - J, A. and A. II. Mi rris'a b. c, Mars, 3, uu (Uttletleld) , 3 Mastorlodo Also rn. Time, 2 OS. nettlng-Plght tnXi against Masterlnde, 2 tn 1 Han n net, ft to 2 .Mnre. 30 to 1 The Pepper. No straight tlcketa Mero sola on The Pepper: Bomiuvt ptld 5143J tralght, 11 1.40 place; Tho Pepper, .l4plaie. Till: THIRD HACK. The Harlem Stakes, (or two 1 ear-olds, at KO rsoh. villi Cl "fJl ,,1,l,l n, wl.l.li ll'Jl In ui.m.A ,...1 mm to third, lire and one half turlongs. J. A A A II. Morris s cli o I'rlere, by Tho III- iBed-ltllette. IIS ILlltlolleld) 1 J. Il Keeneach r Ilestralnt, 11A (llamiltmi) ., 2 II rev's br. c 1'rlnre Imperial HH(Bvgen) . . , Ittynard, Kaglo Bird, Ham Weller, and Bliss colt olio ran. Time. 1 07 K. liettlnf-Roien to ft against Ri'itralnt. 2 tnlFaglo Bird 7 in 1 Ham Waller, loto I Prince Imperial. 10 to I Bliss lo.t, 12 to 1 Heymird. MulullU paid tl7 fto, Kl, (ll 35. thk FounTn itAcr. A sweepstakes of 120 each, with 11,000 ad led. of mlilch t)2iO to seiond and flOO lu third, soten fur longs Bancni-ss stable' hr. c, Kilkenny, by Dorebln-Ka, trine 110 illamlllonl . ... .. . 1 R. C. Mail's h c Benrnlln. Ill) (IV. Dinoliue) 2 l. I'. Ilajer'sili. c. M Hubert. llOrrarall B Cam ass, Best Brand, Miinandoah, Algoma, Jersey Queen, fit. Authouy, lion Voyage, aud Keuiurso also run, Time. 1 2HU. Ilettlng-Flevcn tn ft against Kilkenny, 4 tn 1 Best Brand, 4 to 1 ht, Hubert, ft to 1 Hiienandoab, lutn 1 WHY DON'T YOQT TRY THEM? The msrrsllous wire of tb rrhte Racing In formation Agency retb talk of tbe town. It Is such a refreshing not elly to the specujatli publio tetlud theroselres winner day atlsr dy. On trial Is all we ask, and you will oarer seek for Inspiration elsewhere. Client re glnsked to h9W our aires to their friends ariertheday'sraelcgis over. Terms for last Ihre days' wlrss this weak at Morris Park IS. and promise ot Are per cent, on winnings, game term for Glouces ter, where w know It pretty well all, and are doing om wonderful work. Prospectus showing bow money Is being won by hsnilfuls on tha Turf, and particular of our safely plan frs. Addrcu the manager, P. o. loi2,30S,Nsw York city, T ' ' . i Remorse, SO to 1 Jeraay Qneea. 30 tn tBiwllo(80tO) 1 Canrass. 30 tn 1 St. Anthonr. ftO to 1 Jen V oy. te. 60 to -1 Algotn. Mutual paid tlV.ftS, 10 OS. 21.10.( thk nrrn hacs. The. Be nd Sound Stakes, ottered by thcnnr Islsnd and New York Jockey nobs, for ff " J tTJgo. to rnnaatwo and three yearnlds. at 100 eaehi horse harlng once started tn aiart free In the other rjc: twn thlrds of the alakes, half the forfslta. and M.01JI to th winner: oue third ot.och stakes nd 300 to isecoadi 300 to thirds one mile. . ,.,. . Brawn A Rogers' br.c. l.ampllgjiter. ty Spendghrlft -Torchlight, lift (Bergen) .. v , - 1 Walcott A e.mpbsll'. b.c. Actor. PS(trl). .. ... J Millbrook Btable'a rh c. KennebecT 10B (Dogget).... 3 Coxswain and Dgonet also ran. Betting-Fir to 2 ou Um'pligh'ler. At" 1 Dagrmet. M to 1 Artor, IS tn 1 Keanebec, 2ft t 1 Coxtwain. ln tuls paid 7 35, K, 8ft, t 1ft. TTIE sixth n.crj A sweeps'akesof jo each, for allAeee. wllh 1 000 added, of which I20J to second and-Sloo to thlrdislx furlongs . . C. Cornhetssn'a eh h. Onward, ft, by Onondaga Beatrice, 110 (Moeri ., K, ThomaaACo'arh h. Hold Dollar, 4, IOH(ions 3 O. II vinrrls's Ik c. Donraster. 3. 100 (A Cnvlngtons 3 Alrplaiit, Arab Itnia II, lainiiiany Hall. Poverty. Mr. Sass. lirand Prix, lluelngold. Oertle V.. and Cyno sure also ran. Time. 1 '13. .. . . Belting-Two nd a half to 1 against Rosa B ,3 to I Arab. 4 tn 1 Hold Dollar, tt tn 1 ilrand rn. l to ion ward.utol Rheingoid. 12 ml nettle D, 2 to 1 Mr. Bass.0 tu 1 Cynosure, .'0 to 1 Donraster. noun 1 Tam many Hall. 30 to 1 Alrplitnt. 40 to 1 Poverty. Mutual paid 171.23, 133 03, $17.73. mtuiiEs ron Monnis rAiiKm The T.ono lalnnd I.Iht-VTelp;ht Ilnadlrap to be Decided To-dnr. The ontrles for Morris Park to-day pfomlsn cood sport, tho Lone Island Handlcnp liavlne somo fair horse Includlnc Itacoland. 'Aussoll. and Madstono encacod. This trio ahouid havo the finish to thomsolves. llalndrop utul Men dacity should bo worthy of support In thss open inp: dash for two-year-old fillies, and Dclloyuo and Gettysburg may do to support In tho sec ond. Bonn Druramel nnd St. Hubert Ishould run woll In tho third, wltile Milt Youac nnd Castaway II. should no wIl In tho llfth. l'rlneo Qeorce nnd Lawless soumxo outclass their op ponents in the sixth. This Is the procrninmo In full: Firs Ilace-Asweepstnkesof $'J0 each, for two year old nines, with $l,coo added, of which $20U'to second and $100 to third, n.e rurloiiga. Mendicant lift Pnttlnlllly. 113 inurtshlp 113 seabrlght 110 llrrero ally .... lift Little ; 3. II 110 Imp Astoria 11'. vtrndnctry 110 Itaiudrop . .. lift Jeannettu .VI . . ..110 Lisoly . 113 Second Race A sweepstakes nf $20 each, for three year ruls and upwHrd. with $1000 added, nf-Mbieh J0o losci olid ud $100 to third; ono mile ud a fur long. Hcltyebnrg Illinellerue ion hlUKebrnlgo ll3osemlte. 10i Third Pace sweepstakes nf $20 riach. for three year old maidens, v if h tl.lvKl ndded, ot which t2"0 to second and $100 to third, six furlongs. si. Hubert - . I1 t'rocua. 122 IrdMnlle). - 12J Moderator colt . . . - ,122 Stalactite l-'J Lnkrwnod .lit Poller Hi Cheddar .12.! hntre. . . - 1-'-' Wlldrake. -..122 St. Anthon). . . 122 Canass 122 llenu Briimtilbl . 122 Btlrzard.. . . 122 fourth. llnc-Tlio Iing Island Light Weight Jlandi enp, for nil Wh, At 2n eii'li.v,UU $1,230 Hittled. of v. hlcli $2fto to second: one mile. Ilaceland 122 Russell -...117 Madstnne.. . . Ill) Lnngfcrd -...104 l'fikpocket Pri hlrnccn Pft Cnoiirande- n". Longevity lift llixiuetnri .. .. SB Fifth Ilice A sweepstakes of $20 each for three vearolda and upwnrd with $1,000 ndded. of which l.'ixitn aecond and $100 to third; one mile aud a six teenth villi Young 117'TemnIe 10(1 hnowball Ill fcxperlencc loo (anawa) II .llliJoe Kelly UO Now or .Never. 10l Slxtli Pace A aweepstakea nf $20 eacb for twn-rear-nlds wtth$1.00o added, ot which $200 to second and $100 to third, live furlongs t-parUn 10S)Arabella filly 10" Prince rjrorgo . . ,HM lllrain 101 llnmmte imi'sir Kichard 101 Lindsay loil Warpaint US Lanlesa ., IOI (lalety H P.lak - 103 Marllght 03 llookm.akrra Arrested sat Garfield Park. Cutcvi50..May 31. Sit forclcn bookmakers wcro taken from Garfield I'ark this afternoon by tlio polioo nnd locked up. oharced with vio lation of tbo criminal and munlcipnl statutes portalninc to tho sale ot forclcn pools. Tho men under arrest are Jnraos Fox. John Loomis. John Curtis. J. I'. Jackson. James O'Leary, and John Murray. Tho Garfield Park Club filed a bill In tho Cir cuit Court this evonine to restrain Mayor Wnshburno nnd Clilof of Police McClnuhrey from intorforlnc with tho raclnc business and from stopping tlio salo of pools nnd bookmak tnu upon any contosts of speod of horses. An iniimH,.n. tins not VAf linmi orantni.- Openlnsg oflha Kpaorn Meeting;. London. Mny 31. Tho Epsom meetlnc be can to-day. Tho raco for the Woodcote Stakes of onethoutand noveroicens for two-yoar-olds resultod in a dead bent hot woon Haron do Itoths ohlld's black or brown colt Lo N'lcham and Col. North's chestnut colt (Julokly Wise. Baron do Ilirsch'e brown colt Gnmboee was third. Racine Ileaalta at atonla, CivctxNAn. viay 31. There was fair sized crowd at Mtonta Park to day. and the six races furnished inter esting sport. The first was a selling purse at six fur longs Mia Ehlpman, 101 (Jul, on), at 12 to 1, won lisndily by a length, with Hamllne second and Rose Bor third. Time. 1-iaW Til second race was at on mile. Happiness. Ill (L Jones) at rt to l.woti handily by a length from t-peth, with Powers third. Time. 1 S. The third rare, at four and a half fnrlongs, was for maiden two year old llllles Sarah Harney. 10J tPor ten. at 3 to 1, von esell) by three lengths, with Queen 1 nid second an 1 ooverness third. Time, o ft.'" The focrth race was a handicap aweepstakea at one mile and a sixteenth Madswnrtb. 10D (Ray), was fa vnrlte at 10 to 7 nn. He won nnder the whip by half a length from W, II. with Vale 'ul, third Time. 1 4S. The ruth race u ns a spin nf Ave furh ngs for two j ear olds Inrest nose. 102 (Thorpe), at H to 1, won by a neek from Rd llreetiwood. Queen of Blondes third. Time, 1 01 The sixth race was a selling purse At six furlongs. I.nndnn Smoke. lOH (Porter), nt H In ft. won in a driving nnUh by a length. Kebufl second, and Peddler third. Time.lilSM. Tha "Winners ut Glnnceafer. (iMicczsTs., May 31. Today's race resulted fol lows: First Race Four and a half furlnngs Van 8. llrst, I'nday second. Ecstasy third. Time. 0 ftV. Second Race Mz and a quarter furlongs Knapp first Smurgler second. Forest third Time, 1-21. Third ftace Knur and a half furlnngs. Itlalt first. Fearless second. I ehaunn third Time, o ftdSf Fourth Race One and an eighth miles Mlddlestone Brat, hd Vlcolntila second. Top sawyer third. Time. 2 01, Mfth luce Three i)uarlersof a tulle I'emance Brst, AddleT second. Heiuet third Tune. 1 18 sixth Kace-lourandn half furlongs objection first, Jim Clare second. Troublesjuie third Time, O 37H New from tha Itorao World. Secretary Fellows of tho Conoy Island Jockey Club announces that Ionntaknwas declared out of tho Suburban on May ISO. II. K. Hmlth.-Churchlll Clark did not run In a race) at Guttenhuri; on Fob. 2.1. 1HI)1, ns that (tsto camo on Sunday, but ho did run on Mon day In the Thomas 1 . Encnn Stakes, which he won with odds of f0 to 1 against him. HAiiTroni), Conn , Mny 31. The Collector of Customs at Westlleld. .Mat-s., has srizod tho stallion Perfection, rcunntly imported from INovii Scotln, on tho ground of uudorvaluntlon. Itsvnluolu the customs entry was placod at Jl.r0, whereas it Is said It Is worth very much more. LF.xrsnTON. Ky., Mav 31. James B. Clay nnd Mayor II. O. Thomas this aflornoon shipped to New ork. to bo sold by William Knston. Ilfty three head of thorouchbred yearllnes. tho cet of such famous sires nn imp. Klnir Galop (sou of Onloplnl, Longfellow. Hliuyar. Vocalic. Jila JoIidboii. I'ollowcraft, Ciiance. uud Bonnie Bun. ltnelier Win the Wi-catllusr SIrelcb. Tho wrestling malcti between Prnest Roeber, cham pion of America, and Louis Lawrence, champion nf (Jerinany, took place last night nt the Roumanla Opera House. Both men had trained hnrd for tho contest and both were in Hie pink of rendition. The conditions ot the match were best two falls In Ibreo bouts, Orrco Roman style, The Incentive was $250 aside and half of the gale receipts. Warren Lewi officiated at referee and hfeie ODonnrll waa master of cere inonle Laurence's seconds were John Mjers and William Fisher Roeber wus attended tn by William ItupperlAIld his brother. Fred Berber Sam Lee hell tho natch for lawreuceaud blevo Brudle did the sums fur lloeber, Pnciselvat ll 1ft tho men came together, and Ijiw, renre at once played for a half-Nelson Roeber. how. ever, v, as too ipnck, and with n dexterous turn caught hnlilnf lokreiire i,( tiIP iimt ami floored him Lea ri nee turned oiergulrkl) on hi stomach It was a hard struggle fill the rlose of the bout. Itorber gained Ihe Itret fall with a body lock. Th time of the bout was 7 inlntites and 1.' seconds IntbenMt houllnw, reiice aid not spprar lube s strong In the preced tngone To tbe surprise of all rete-u Loftier secured another f til Inside of 7 inluute and 04 seconds. Klecllon at Ihe Ssvlir A, C. The change of msnagtineut of th Xavler Athletic AieocUtlnn which Tnr Hut predicted lwoeli eg" otcorred t a special meeting nf the ssocltlon last nlgJit Contrary to axpecutlon ther was no trouble or kicking of any kind. The following tlcke went through wllh a lot nf enthusiasm President. Hngh B. Hugh; First Vice President, Kdward V. Oargls. Jr; Second Vic Prssldenl. WillUm llalpln; Secretary. J. T. Doollng: Treasurer. Jamea r. Mcifulra; Capfaln. P"" i.. Bums. Governors, M. J. McLaughlin. I'. J. Bran. W. O linen, J y. Mulaueen. Ueorg K. llard),K. J. Mcauire John D. Desmond, and IV. M. Hi an A mesllng of th Board of Uorarnor will b bald to night when several propositions for new atblelio grounds will be rscslred aal other Important business trans acted. Matt Cartrlght of Rocbestsr. V. V., tb former owner of Ihe fstnous cutter Madge, which dslaated ersrytblng of her inches In these wters. la al present In England looking for a nee. yacht to rerlace her, as he recently disposed of her at private sal , In (peaking of lh Mange b ald that while she might bare don well enough lu New Tor water, bs could new get any thing Utsthsspesd out othsroatU lakes. ;''"! "' I j M n j " - - -r CONWAY IN STRAIGHT HEATS COt. XL IT. ItEFl'S TtlOTXEIt DEFEATS 1SSTAST ASD A GOOD MKLD. Two Favorite Beaten at Fleetwood Tea. terday-Three'lloraea Ixiwer Their line. nrda-A Triple Bill for This Afternoon. Though thocondltlons for fast worknt Fleet wood were much moro favorable yesterday, the floldswero by no rncan88oclose!y matched, nnd ns a rosult tho chnractor of tho con tosts was far bolow that of Monday. There wns n Dowoomer to tho 2'.10 list, brou clit out by tho slower class. In which the local trotter, It. a. bore off tho honors nnd tho lion's sharo ot the purse, so that, as John Itudd ot tho Kxecutiv o Commilleo expressed It: "Fleotwood Is not whitewashed, after all." Tho meetlnc betwoon Conwnyand Instant, from which a good race was expected, was n'completo dlsappolntmont.ns the mnre did notUkothedownerade, andcotaway so badly that thero was no ohanco to raeasuro tho limit of the brown eeldlnrf, for ho simply rom pod off In tho lead, nnd did not seem to bo ettondod nt any time. Tho heats woro dlvldod amonc three celd Incs, alt ot whom mado nn improvement on previous records, but the official timers woro elthor affected by tho hlKh temperature or wil fully vlolntod tho ruhi requiring thorn to niako an accurate roturn of tho heats, for on threo occasions thero was a marked discrepancy be tweon the record reported nnd the tlino as noted by n dozen com potxnt mon on the club houso stoop. In tho second hent of tho 2:30 class David Bonner nnd otliors who sat opposite tho wlro caueht It. (;. in -''28. buttho flKiires buna out wero J:2.4. This would havo kopt thotrottorln tho '2:30 class, but ho had to so faster, tho third boat being announced nsSlS's, thouch many mado It below 'i:W, and Conway's llrst mile. reeordod as 2:21 '..was noted ntVii'JO'i by careful spectators with split-second watches quite as cood as any in tho stand. Flootwood is a most unfavorable place for suppressing time, as nearly everybody has a chronograph, and can cnino nn noar to tho soconds ns those selectod by tho Jtldtres. The spoclnls yesterday wero annthor exhibition ot tlm trottlnc doe: nnd ouo by W. O. Iiwls'a clnnt celdliiir White Lino. This colossal trot tor stands nearly nn Inch over six lect.no (hat t he stntoniont made by President Dotavercne. that bo Is 10 hands lileh. wns not truch out of tho way. L. 11. Ilunl. tho Fleetwood trninor. has tho huco follow in his stable, and, bolnc n tall man, tha two mado what Sam McMillan ap propriately called "a bl hitch." Aftor jocalnif n mlln or so Hunl sent Wlilto Lino to tho half inl:14', tho second nttnrtor in 3D1, wcontls. There is n cood deal of crumbllnc over tho condition of the roads that havo o be used iust now to roach the park, nnd Alexander rsowbtircer sajs thnt when his hiiKCV broko down Monday nftornoon on Mntllson nvenuo brldco thero was not a policeman near to help him. Fortunately his trottnr Prince Albert is ns sensible ns ho is spoody, so notlilnc serious rosultcd. When tho 2:35 class was called to opon tlio sport yeslerdoy, Hansor wns tho choice In a Held of sovon. at 420 to $50 for tho rest. H. C. cot olT In front for tlio llrst heat, but II rumor overhauled him nnd cot homo iust In time to hent tho chostnnt celdlnc In 2:31 S. Dayllcht. a eon of Htnrlluht. A. H. Dnrlinit'n fnvorito stallion, was sent olT on a pace, and ho did lit tlo trottlni.' in tho mile, Itnncer tiroucht r to 2 before tho socond beat, but Dayllpht spurted past him to tho qunrter and led till It U. drew up near the point of rocks. From thero B.C. hnd thobestof It, and. slnwlna upon the stretch, had onouch margin to load Daillchttotho wire, the timo bolnit clvon a second slow In 2:2!)'.. ns before stated. There was nothlnK to stop It. C in Ills mnrcli to victory after that, and two moro heats cavo him tho race. Summary: 2:20 class: purse fftoo. R. I , ch, g , br Black Bonner (Othba) 2 111 Raniter. b. g , by Nil Pcsperandum (Howell) 13 3 4 NliigCbarlu,. ( a (Tope) 4 4 2 2 Daylight, li ir.tl'ayn) 7 2 7 tl Tom It. br. g (Hale) it 7 4 3 lleorge Wtlk-a (icrcanre) 3 ft ft 7 Montague lOpdykel .. CASK Time-' 31. 2 2Hi, 2 2Ki, 2 31. There wns no suspense about the Issue In tho 2:24 class, thouch In tlio first pools In stnnt nnd Conway brought Sol) cneh, tho field and Number Seven lumplnc tho total tipf35 more. Number Seven cot tnniflnd oarlv. and was hopelessly behlnl the fine when Conway rushed up to tho front nt the hnlf. and Instant was in trouble also down the hill. Maccle T. toroed Conway out to the distance, but ho was only plnvlnc with her. ns he did with C. F. Isomincor In the noxt heat Instant wan again unstondy, and desnlto Trlmblo's care mado a standstill break nttho turn fn the thin) heat. Afrni- (.ntHlnr. ch. struck a torrlflo clip, and wns timed from tho quarter to tho three-quarters In 1:07 M. Mean time Conwny camo en without a mistake, and the mare was throe lengths behind hlta as he )OKgcd homo in L'.'.'l.'v. Summary: 2 24 class: pnrse $voo Cnnway brg. by William II Vanderbllt (Urant) 1 1 1 Maggie T-h.tn. (Pnpe) 2 a 6 c. I. Iseinlncer b g (Roster) 3 2 n Instant, b m (Trimble) 4 rt 2 Blue Bells bl m (Turner) ft ft 3 Liicretla.ti in. (Oeerai n 4 4 Number :eep. b g (ororn) dl. lime-S 21W. 2:3H 2:21). BLACKJiUilSE'S SECOSJi DEFEAT. The Brltlak Chatnsilaa Outplayed la the Foortls Game. London. May 31. Laskor on his turn to moveoponcd with 1. P Q4. whlcliBlnckburno adopted acalnst him yesterdny. The German master, who knows how to handle close cames. ortalnsd a superiority of position in tho mid dle came, after which Black burno wns never in It. Lnsker never cave bis opponent tho slichtest chnnco to recover lost ground, but irossed his attnek with creat energy. Blnek lurnn stubbornly doferred detent tillthellftleth move, whon he had to succumb to tho supe riority of adverse forces. The scor is now as follows: Leaker 1 d d 1-2 Blackburne o d d 0 O Kmperor William' Yncht Win. London. May 31. The tldo of victory to-day turned In favor of theGnrmanllmnoror's yncht Moteor. formerly the Thistle. She boat Mr. Jameson's cutter Ivorna in the yacht raco at Uarvlch. End or the Worcester "Wheel llacr. Worurisrra. Msy 31. The attendance at the second day ot tbe big bicycle meet In this city was less than 1,000. but tbe racea were better contested than those ot yesterda). The summaries follow: One Mile, Worcester Connty Championship Won by Js Wilson, Jr. of Worcester; K. It, Fuller of Worces ter, second, J. 1 . Thompson of Worcester, third. Time, 2 minutes 34K second tine Mile. J fto class Won by Jas. Wilson. Jr.: J. K. Martin of Boston, second: Kd A. Nelson of Springfield, third Time, 2 minutes :it)t seconds Half Mile, Open Won by Oeorge Taylor, Springfield: P. J. Berln, Manhattan Athletic Club, second, 11. c. Tyler, rprlngfteld. third. Time, 1 mlnnte 0 d ft seconds. Two Miles, Ordinary. Worcester County Champion ship Hon by James B Dunn of Worcester. 1'. J sty Re ot Worcester second. Harry Duckworth of Worcester third. Time, n mlnotes 23 I ft seconds One Mile, Handicap Won by P. w. Herman, Hartford (120)ards); lleorge p, Qiitnu, Chslse (7ft yards), sen ond; tl L Oary. Chelsea (100 yards), third. Tim. 2 minutes 2ft 4 naecends Oiiehundred yard blow Race Won by Napoleon Bedard, 1'rovidence; L. P. Hweed, South Pari, Ne, sernnd One Mile. Open Won by P. J. Berlo. Manhattan Ath letic Club; II C. T) ler. Springfield, second: W. W. Taxis Philadelphia, third Time. 2 minutes 2ft A & t rrondo. One Mile Bar slate Bicycle Club Championship Won by Jas Wilson. Jr.; r-ert 11. Llvermore escond, W. J, Mills third Time J minutes ft3 4 ft seconds Two mile rinudlcp V, on by IS. L. ilry, Chels (170 yards), T. I. Connoll), Manhattan Athletic f lub (130 j nrds), second. Oeorse K Qulnn. Chelsea (130 yards) third. Time, ft inluules H seconds One mile Consolation Won by J. P. Clark. Porches, ter: U J Berlo second, c. J. Clark, Dori.llostfr, ihlrtl. Time, 2 minutes 47 1 ft seconds. Wheeling; Uoeala, Th spring bicycle meet nf the Manhattan Athletic Club scheduled for Jim H has ben abandoned. It be ing the intention of tbe club to make the fall meet on Aug. 27 a great success. The Rlverald Wheelmen have decided to hold a hi cycle tnurnnmi'iit at .Manhattan Held on July h in Allien the fastest amateur rldrrsof tbe sllilit steed III America villi compete The priic to he awurded wm be themost expenslte ever gfien ut ablcycle meet ll is said. The full list of events Is ai, follows: One mile race for novices, siratuh; one miln ordinary rate, han dlcap; one mile aarety race, handicap; two-mile earen rare, hnndlcnp: fnOysnl L A W New tork Mate championship race, one mile safety race, scratch one mile tram rce; 8siyrdcbinplnnahip race for boys under It years of age. lea mile championship raco nf America. In Ihe latter emit Windlc, .Murphy, aud Berlo will meet, Haahattana Wla at I.aeroe, The lacrosse tsam of the Manhattan Athletic Club nd the team of tbe Philadelphia Amateur hwtnimlng ( iuh crossed sticks on tbe latter grounds at Phiiads I tibia on Monday, The game ws n Interesting evhliil linn throughout, and although Ih nv Hnmlng Club boys i ut tip a strong game, they v, ere unable to score against she Manhattans. The ball was f ced at 4 o'clock. nd attar five mlnules' harp play tb Orat goal a thrown by W. e. King, and wa quickly mllowedhytwo more, both thro u b it, Bennett, In th esrond ball King. Ilton. nd Baum each scored a goal, making tu final score tl to o la fu ror nf the M A o lor the Manhattan, tb nUylng of Anderson, Ben nett. nd Ring ws excellent, whll McCarthy, I eslir. nd refers showed up well tor tho nwlinmlng club. roB CUTSURNS,OLOSORES. A to Id Un-tllutcv. -Ovauln m4 onlr t PONU'tt aA-TKACT CO," ".? "2'iJS riSISU IT IH TOVIt JtOlWDS." That Waa tha Brosark TTiat HlavlatlCade Itelbre Mectlntt .Xnekaoa. Iaindon. May 31. After liW fight with Jack son last night. Blnvln wan'put to bciiat tho Nntlonal Bportlnc Cltilv. A Jinlf hour beforo ho entered tho rlnc ho snld to n ,3tiN roportor: "Inmln letter rondltlon than I overvvntbo. foro. If I do not win It will bo -I cctiusp Jack son Is a better man." Tho noxt n.ornlnc ho said that ho was perfectly r-atlsOe! Hint ho had been fairly beaten. Ho left nt ll o'clock for his homo In Pdtnoy. whoro ho will rocclvo tlio best of nttontlon from his w Ife. Of courso tho event of Inst right chances Slavln's caroer. Beforo the fight: ho stood at tho head of his clnssof heavy welahtf. To-day ho ranks In tho socond cla-v. Jloc.imulnlo tho rlnc last tilcht confident; ot victory. Ho snld: "1 nm colnc to llnlsh tlsls rlclit In four rounds." Jackson, bolnc asked how ho fett about tho matter boforo tho field, snld: '"VVull, I am co lnc to do my host," Sporting men say that Jnckson li ono of tho best mon that ever stood In tlin ring. Not only was ho as lithe ns a panther and supple as a weasel, but hostruek tremoldous blows at least twenty times in the ooursi- i,r tho con test. BlaTln launched at his oolorod antagonist hend blows thnt. had they revelled, would hnvo knocked him out. But Jackson ducked with the adroitness of u foather weight, nnd whon Hlavln nltnod nny of his deadly "stomach punches" Jnckson cotnvvny with tho agility of a cat. As J. Franklin Hrowno ot tho Califor nia Athletlo Club said beforo tho llcht: "Jack son has a tremendous advautauo because ho has boon Slavln's tutor." Slavln's succosses havo ntwayn boon won through his tcrifTlo blows just bolow tlio henrt. Jnckson knew this, nnd ho kept his stomach covered with his rlcht, and wbonovor Hlavln mado nrush jumped away ns If ho wcro moved by Bprines. and always countorcxl beforo Hlavln could recovor from the momentum of his own efforts. Jnckson coos to Dorby to-morrow on the National Sporting Club's conch. Slav In will hardly leave his houeo for Bovorul dayc JOV IK sav rnANctsco. San Francisco. Mny 31. Notlilnc etso was talked aliout last night in San Iranelsco's i-trects nnd resorts but tho vletorv of Peter Jnckson. Thoeoloroil colonvHtnrteil In to i el ebrntn vorv early, anil they kopt it up all night, with tho result thnt at tlio Palace nnd other hotols vvlioro tho darkey sorvos as waiter tho cuosts did not cet inueli attention to day. A few lone-headed sports bucked Peter heavily, but it was curious thnt. desplt.v his uniform victories In tblH cltv. tho bulk of monov wagered on him this time camo from Australians nnd negroes. They haekod him for ovctry cent thin- had. and their contldoiieo was well rovvnided. Moso Gunstoarly yosterdav received n cablo Irnm Peter snylnc "Am rlKht'. Thon ho placed all tho monoy ho could eft covered, und his winnings are set down nt.s2.000. Major McLaugblln, the jnlnn mnnaeor of Butte county, also bnckod J'oter heavily nnd won $1.(400. Altocothonibmit $30,000 was in the pool rooms nnd nbout 1 0,000 In privnto bets. Ooddard lost $300 on Slav in. nnd all tho experts. Including Bill Murphv, Youiir Mitchell, and Paddy Jtyan bucked the wrong mnn. Tliey wore nil deceived by l"otor's performance with Corbett. whlcli was extremely dlsnppointine. ns his blows lacked steam. Peter clnlmodtJion lie wasn't in condition, but tlio srorts refused to bellev o this, nnd said ho was failing. Billy Jordan, who served so long ns master of ceremonies at the California Club, and who know Jackson intimately when he was here, backed Peter and predicted ho would win. "Hlavin was no match for him. and neithnr Is nny other mnn In tlio world," said Jordan last night. " Tho trouble with him when ho fought Corbett wns that ho thought ho was colnc against nnamntour and would have an easy victory. Honeelected Ills trninlnc. kept late hours, drank ton much champagne, and nte rich food. Bosldos this, his bhoul der was lamo and ho siifferod from that spralnod ankle. After lighting ncouplo of rounds ho realized his mistake In underestl mating Corhett's ability, so nil ho tried for was to keep from being whipped. If thnt contest had lasted a few mrrro rounds Corbett would havo punched him out. but it Jnckson had been In cood condition ho would havo whipped Cor bott bb he did Blavin." NEARLY P.VEnTTlODr 8UBPBISED nr.REABOUTB. There never was a moro surprised lot of sporting men than that of New York, yester day, when they 'earnod that Peter Jnckson had whipped Paddy Klivvln. Tlio bottlnc in this city before Monduy night, was always in Slavln's favor. Somettmos it was only 100 to 00. hut. In tho majority of cases, ft wns 100 to 75. if not 100 to 00. Tho English contingent wero all with Slnvln. probably because Paddy had mado so much of an Lngllsbmnn of himself by his association with Chnrley Mitchell, and his preferred residonco In Log land. Thorelsono thine thnt seems quoer nbout the result and thnt is that Warron Lewis, who is Parson Dnvles's trusted agent, did not re ceive word as to Jackson's true form a few days tieforo the flcht. Lewis was prepared to bet $5,000 on tho negro If Dnvles had lot him know thnt Jnckson was nil right, but ho never heard a word. Thereforo Lewis was wary in making bets. On tho other hand. Oeorco Creed. Polo Jim. and other colored mon ot this I town got Information directly from Jaokson thnt Peter was nil right. Tho colored f"on won mot of the money Int I In New York. Them was very llttlo wagered I outshlo ot what thsy had a piece or. losterdnv; the sports hehl off In oxpretMng I opinions. It vraR a unlvnrenl surprise to tnot I of them thnt Jnckson should Imvehad nvirtual walk-over. Onoot tho few who pronounced llliillinlllledly In Jnckson a favor on Monday nlitht wn Ben Itmvltnil. l'red Johnson' trainer. Yctotdttv. vvluv. seen by a Sun re. tiotter. rtiiwlniid reiieated what ln had said on Monday, nnd added: "slnvln had thoroputn. tion of doing n man with his right alono. No man can beat anot tier, wlio is noar his clans, Willi only one hum!." The chief result of the llcht was In tho form ot nn Inquiry; " Dons not Jackson's showing boom Corbett In his mntcli with Sullivan? Corbel t sl'iod Jackson off In n light of sixty odd rounds, but .fneka hi "does' Slnvln, the bold boarder of Sill llva't In his SI. Louis den. in ten. Now, Isn't Cor.it tt bettor, solar ns a 'lino may a i, tlinn he over wa I" 1'lerce nnd Cnnlry M nnt is Crnck nt Hobby Iturna. notihy Burns and Csl McCvrtliy received their $3,000 Anit$.VIO, reipectt.el), In the fffn.frnref.Yrif office ye, tenia) for their socslled fl?ht on Monday night. On ofl rial nt tbe Coney Island A, C, whonaspressnt, sail, privately, tint it wns aim Ml a shame tn glv McCarthy a cent, he bad ahown bit.iseir tn be such a quitter, but Ca! got his money. I ddle 1'lerie who a hipped Willi Keliney on the svmo li.glit, aln sol his cash, as dll ivenii'v receive his su nil share u.' Ihe 5JV) purs oflertd for thl ouple ilenrgii DIxoiiMas nniniig those tho lost money on .Mrtarthv. lie dropiied J'.'io (red Jotinsoti, who Mntclicd the fight closelr, ssld after the declsloni "Is that tho Cat .McCnrlhr I have lieardanmurh nbout' VVhv, I in surprised I heard h wns a great ring general. Why 1 sum hltn 'feeling' for ills man " and Johnson Illustrated the ,lnrsynian' light tohnnd taps nu Burn' fice, "with bolbhli e es closed I'm surprised.' I.ddle Pierce snld vesterday that he would like to have a go with Bjrn Johnny White, the Nonpar)! cnptnln, said he wnnld like tosee the match arranged, t-o would n goo t munv others Prnnk Coiiley. th " VVIilininsburgh Cjolone." Is aa ether i hap who wants a go at llurns. The Pnddlera In Trouble Over In rary. Tho Associated Uanoe Clubs nf the rassaln Blver ar snot on friendly terma. 11 nppears that a mealing ot 1c logates was called for b) President If llllerof the Jersey City Canoe Clnb, but Secretary Mrab in of the (irang Cvnoe nub did not oniclvlly notify either the Arllngtnn or lAitthe Canoo Club, nnd, therefore, neither clnb was represented nt the meeting. 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