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THE TVASHrtfCrTO TIMES, FRIDAY, MAT 25. 1894.
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FAIR SPORT WAS PROVIDED
Opening Day of the Grange Camp As
sociation Meeting Satisfactory.
WINNERS AT LIBERAL TRICES
Upward of 1,500 Peoplo Attended the Tint
Day's" Baces at the Alexander Island
Course and Were Tarnished Oood Sport.
W. B. Was the Only Favorite to Win.
The opening of tao race meeting of tho Orange
Camp Association on tho Aleiandor Island
course yestorday was a pronounced success.
There wero about 1,500 people present, and the
programme of live races was runoff without a
hitch. Matter Cassidymade a Terr favorablo
beginning, and shovvod ho meant to control the
Jocks by sending on tho starters in tho first raco
with Hajor Joe left IIo w aited for noarly thirty
minutes beeauso of Joe and Slack's anxiety to
break iu front with Detroit The latter got away
In tho last raco ho mado his only poor start,
loiving Upstart, while several of the othors got
away badly 'Iho tlmo mado in tho several
events was very fair 'lhero wero six books, and'
the odds offered were libernr and attractive.
'1 ho most iopular victory of the day was that of
W. II in tho third, while Key West also brought
Joy to thoso who wero on at a good price.
In the opening event 1.11a was nlwajsthe fa
vorite, but although sho got away well aho failed
to keep up, and w a3 beaten by Key est, l'ost
inastcr, and Criterion.
The two-jcar-old raco was considered a Tery
open affair as far as betting was concerned.
3iagnot was Iirst choice, while Miss Modred,
EvLlyn Carter filly, nnd Katie firay wero all
playod. Thero were several breakaways, but
in tho actual raco .Miss Modrcd handled her field
in easy fathion, winning onblly.
W. II was favorite, with Hollywood an indiffer
ent second choice. Tho favorite got away well,
and coming away in tho stretch won hands
down, with l!la"kwod in tho pliee.
The fourth race produced considerable betting,
with A. u. 11. tho best fuuiied, b racuse and
Miraclo also being w ell supportod. iliracle had
a commanding lead ut the furlong pole, but
broke down, Syracuse getting up in tho last few
strides and winning by a head.
Tho closing event was thought to bo a good
thing for 1 iruwood, but (ueell dOr got off In
front and had tho raco won nit tho way, the fo
vorilo being second. Dinvolorau a good race,
getting off poorly and finishing third.
How the Horses linn.
1 Hist race Fiv-o furlongs; purso $200; 3-year-olds
and upward. Time l-ttl
Ind.IIonttandvL SL H M, SL Fin. Jocley.
....Key Wet,ir.. 4 13 1 IWJLDaly
....l'ostinater. IS! 0 5 4 2 2Jj liogan
....Critenon.li:... 5 4 iy.3 3;J!anlovo
....Ella, MO 2 6 4 "4 4 ISnrrett
....Waterloo. 1 .. 1 7 5 5 5 Colomin
....Lonto,U0 9 U 7 G C Jicllenn't
....liandsup, 110... 7 3 0 7 7 O' Hourko
....Oregon, 123 8 8 8 8 S T. Cnsoy
....1'hillluly, 110... 3 2 9 9 9 Scollen
....Sand Flea. 119.. 10 10 10 10 10 IJayly
....Detroit, IS! 11 11 11 11 11 black
....iiajor Joe, 1.5... loft at lost Grant
Good start. on easily.
Scratched Blackburn. 1-25
netting Key West, 7; I'ostmastor, 10; Cri
terion, 5; Llla, Hi; Waterloo, 40, Lento, b;
liandsup, 50. Oregon, W, l'hil Daly,40; band Ilea,'
100, Detroit, 5; Jlnjor Joo, 50.
) fcecond race Half a mile; purso $JO0; 2-year-Z
IiuL llori'andwt. St. i 4 SL FtiuJotlev.
....Jliss. Modred.llO 4 4 11 lMack
....Lv'lynCarterllO 1 ! 2 afe Harris
Katiellray, 110. 2 7 7 3 3)Maulove
....liestless, 110.... 7 3 3 4 4 Dogan
....JIagnet, 110 6 5 5 5 5 bcollen
....Bredi.lll 3 0 4 0 6 llnrrett
....llcfusc, 110 5 2 0 7 7 ?tenell
Good start. Won easily
lietllng Miss 3lilrcd, sjft Evelyn Carter filly,
8; Kail J lira , 4; Itebtleps, b; Magnet, 3; lircda, 7;
o Third race Seven futlongs; selling; purse
O SOW; all ages, lime 1.31
Ind Home a hi! irt At W J4 SL Fin. Joelcy.
....W. 11,103 3 1 Si'. 34 1 Clare;
....DIackwood. 101. 2 2 2K. 1J4 -H T- Casey
IreezT, 97 1 4 5 4, ay. Xowell
....LittIoCharlIe,97 4 3 lh 2t 4)4 King
Lotinn,10G 6 0 8 8 3 WoMbse
....Hoc lllrch. 1(M... 7 7 7 3 OXi Soolleli
....Hollywood, 81... 3 5 4 C 7 Harris
....Tlii'Iiro-y,l(fctS 8 6J$ 7 8 ltlch'son
Fine start. Won handily.
Dotting W. II , 2. DIackwood, 10; Freezer, 12;
Little Charlie, 10; Lotion, (; Doc ttinh, 10; Holly
wood, 3; Tommy Brophy, 23.
4 Fourth race Four and n hnif furlongs: sell-
t: ing; pjise 173; 3-year-olds and upward.
. Home and icL SL , J4 ft Fin. Joelry.
Syrncus". 101... 0 5 2 1 lh Bayly
....MiracIo.U! 1 112 2i Norcell
Meadows. 97 5 3 S 3 3j Maulovo
....A. O. 11., 103 8 8 0 4 4 II. Levis
....Bairhincho,97H3 2 4 5 5 Clark
Imp Jeno, 100.. 7 7 10 7 C S-collen
l'cgot,97 4 4 5 G 7 Mug
....DedDIck, 109... 9 9 9 8 8 black
....Annie W.. 101... 2 7 b 9 9 Wo'dse
. ..Alauthracite,92.10 G 7 10 10 T. Casey
Good start Won driving
Scratched Grand l'rix, 110.
Betting Syracuse, G; Miracle, o; Meadows, 6;
A. O. 11,3; liaUlnaLinche, 0; Imp Jene, 10;
Fagot, 4; Bed Dick, 8; Annio W., 20;.Mauthra
pr Fifth raco Six furlons; purso $173; 3-year-
olds and upwanL 'lime 1.20.
Ind. llortt and xt. SL U H .St. Fin. Jockry.
....Queen a Or, 101. 1 3 i IU lWMaulovo
....remwood. 109.. 2 1.2 2 St-, II. Lewis
... Diavolo, IO11 7 dj5 6 3 3)jClare
....l'elham, loii 4 4) 4 4 4 T.Casey
DriuceAIbertlOa 3 2 3 5 5 Leer
Miotmer. llh.. 5 5 5 6 0 ewoll
....ballsbury, 103... 9 9 7 7 7 King
....hunker iitll.Ul.lJ 10 8 8 8 bcollcn
....Mohammed, 107. 0 7 9 9 9 liogan
....Liu. 101 11 11 10 19 10 Grant
....Lady Allen, 112. 8 b 11 11 11 Fold
....birt.eorgolI,!W12 12 12 12 12 Grimes
....Upstart,115 .... Leftatpost ltlch'son
1'oor start. Won easily.
scratched King Bird, 101.
Betting Queen il Or, u; Fcrnwood. 2J& Diav
olo. 1'elham, Miotover, Bunker Hill, Uta, Mr
Georgo II , Upstart, 10 each: Prince Albi'rt, 20;
Salisbury, 5; Mohammed, 4; Lady Allel., IS).
CarJ for To-day,
First Race Six and cne-balf furlongs.
Brown Charley 111 I Fagot 10?
Vocallto 109 Mohammed I0G
Alanner. 100 Poverty 103
Shotoer. 10j Luray 103
Second Dace Six furlongs.
Doc Birch 112 I Mnttlo Chun 101
Kingllird 112 Rebecca 9'J
Reino d 'Or yi
Third Dice Ono inilo.
Minnesota. IDS lotion 102
St. John 107 BrussPlH it)
Larchmont 103 J Queen d 'Or 97
Femwood 104 Senator 97
Fourth Rice Half mllo. Special weights.
Arroca F.. 110
Little Lcu(colt).... 110
Ladr Teacher. 110
Mibs Doloris (filly).. 110
MissModrcd. 110 Scotia C
FiiTn Race Four and a half furlongs.
Ada Bluo. 107 N'ubian. 101
Selah 107 Ira. 101
Paragon-.. ...... 107 CouLucey.... ...... 101
Jimlagan. 101 War I'alnL 95
Chovreusa 104 Banjo. 9"i
Formosa. :.. 101 Huanco 9
Keiiuo. 101 MaryB 95
Somo More. 101
First race Luray; Vocallto.
Second race Pella; Doc Birch.
Third race Fcrnwood; Larchmont
Fourth rnco Miss Modred: lurco.
Fifth raco Con Lucey; Koimo.
Pointers from the Paddock.
Key 'West was not landed by his owner.
Magnet's showing was a big disappointment
Georgo Tash was warmly congratulated over
W. Ik's easy victory.
Old Syracuso pulled up sound as a dollar after
Jockey 'Slaflc maneuvered for a Hying start
with Detroit, but was auncat left
D. J. Howell surveyed tro track, and his work
received considerable praise.
Jockey Richardson was struck in tho cyo by a
flying stone w hue riding Tommy Brophy.
The management announce there will bo a
special train leaving daily at L15 o'clock fxcm
tho Sixth street station.
Results nnd Entries at Hawthorne.
nAWTnoRXE.HL, May 24. First Race Sovcn
elghths of a mile. St Croix won; Equity second;
Illume third. Time 133.
SEC0N.D Race Throe-fourths of a mile. Tilsit
won; Vassal socoud; William T. tbtid. Timo
Tuird Race Five-eighths of a mile. Zoolein
won: ArtUlery second; Harry Smith third. Time
FOURTH Race One mile. Wightman won;
West Chester second; Joo Murphy third. Time
Firm Race -Xlno-slxteenths of a mile. Babe
Murphy won; Mede second; Charley Weber
third. Time 0.53.
Entries f cr tc-morrow:
fmsTlUrs-Fqrand one-half furlongs. Lis-
Mod, Meteor,' Katie B , 100 each; Chenoa, Dick
Beohan, 103 each; Dejure, Esther Cleveland,
KatrinaU, 107 each; Bandmaster, 110.
Second KiCE Five furlongs. Kitty B , Otty
anua, Amelia May. Idyl, Kosamcnd, The Kitten,
Delphlne, Tlddlowlnks, Leonoll. Oold Dust, 93
each; Judge Post, 107; CnpL Brown. 120; Look
out, 101; lhreo Forks, Gil Curry. 95 each: Oun
wnnda.98:Tom Grlilln, 89; KHz,!!; Harry War
ren, 101; Wightman, 113; Tamerlane, 110: Jerome
a. 110; Gllhooly,87.
Tbibd ltiCE One mllo and seventy yards.
Tonganoxle. 97; Wallace 1C4; Center I ire, 03;
W autauga, 11 Kindl;, St. Albans, 98 eaih; n
trc. Colonel Clay, 10S each; l'lsano, Pat M alloy,
Jr., Missivo, 110 oach; King Mac, 99; Moses Solo
mon, SI; McLight, 103.
Iocktu Kace Six furlongs. Gladiator, Ifc
Keoer, Boscmont, 97 each; W'ooil
ruff. Onyx, 'lannhauscr, 1'ittshurg, 93
each; Lady Kelly, tl; Znmpo3t. 100; Kings
Clock, 103; Conalstont.W; Cyrus, bG; Mother of
l'oarl, 9J. '
Fit-ra IUce Six furlonga Strathllowcr, Em-
fiorn, M each; Prlnco Henry, 100; Lnterprise, 97;
I!smarck,9r(; Freddlo l T.. 92; Goio. 1U3: Jock
Illchelieu, 100; Wolsoy, 101; I Ittlo Fred, 100.
Sixth ItACE One-eighth of 0 mile. One Fifty,
121; Pan Handle, 130, 'lou jlllen. n.'; Bellringcr,
123; raklrm, 130 Gazette, 130; Beeton. 12li; John
Sullivan, 123; Llthbrot, 1U0; Grafton, 129.
DOBBINS IX A CANTER.
Crokcrs Colt Mndc n Hiinawny Rnco of
the Ilrookljn Derby.
New York, May 2L Tho Gravesend races to
day were run in mud, and tho several thousand
persons who wero present wero thoroughly un
comfortable In tho driving rain Tho chief event
was tho Derby, and of tho six colored on the
card St. Maxim and llornplpo declined tho
issue. There was a wild plunge on Sir Excess
and he was quickly mado the favorite, witli As
signee second choice. Dobbins w as neglected, ex
cept by thoso who thought he was not up to his
proper form In his other races, and at tho close
Assignee and Sir Dxcoss wero about equally
The start was prompt pnd good, and Asslgnoo
took the lend, with Dobbins rating along Irnildo
him. Sir Excess was getting the mud behind,
nnd Sleight-ot-Ilnnd was soon completely out of
As tho turn Into tho strotch was roached. Sir
Excess gave it up, and then Dobbins took a few
long stndes'nnd was scon in tho lead. From that
time on it wana profession, and Dobbins won In
a common canter from Assignee, with Sir Ex
cess beaten off. In the Clover btakes for fillies
Bidiculo Jumped off In tho lead nt once, and tho
rnco was never in danger. Summary:
FlKST ItACk Ouo mile. Trevelyan, 110 (Penn),
7 to 1, won by two lengths; Dutch Skater, 110
(Ueiff), 15 to 1, second by tw nty lengths; Despot,
110(Dogrott),2$tol, third, lime 1:4!4 Walter
lllggs, Diabulus Odd Socks, Lady Adams, His
Grace, Wedding Tojr, Eaufelda, Song ntid
Dance, Senator Vest, Commotion, Hopper, and
Sydenham alto ran.
Second Kace He furlongs. Sir Galahad, 112
(Taral), 2 tol, won by three lengths; Dalle, 112
(11. Jones), 4 to 1, second by threo lengths; South
Side, 112 (Dcggett), 15 to, third lime 1-MtJ.
Motony, Slstor to Jim Douglas filly. Donna Mia,
Monarch, Lilly filly, and 1 orager albo ran
ThikdKaik Brooklyn Derby. One mile and
a quarter. Dobbins, li! (Sims), 2 to 1, wou by
fl o lengths; Assignee, 122 (Tnral), 8 to 5, second
by ten lengths; Sir Excess, 122 (Lamloy), 8 to 5,
thl-d. Tlmo 2K Sielght-of-llnnd also ran.
iofirril Hack Llover stakes. Iho furlongs.
KIdlcuIe, 12) (Uttlefield), 2 to 1, won by two
lengths; Kallllliiic, 115 (Doggett), 15 to 1, secund
by a head: Phllomenn, 113 (Sims). 5 to 1, third.
Time 1-03 Applause, Golden Hod, Castanet,
ami Lady Helen alo ran.
Flint Kace Ono nnd one-sixteenth miles.
Herald, 93 (Carter), 7 to l.won by two lengths;
lllitzen, 102 (II, Jones), even, second by two
lengths: 1 irknlcker 101 (G. lalor),G tol, third,
lime 1-5- Itaceland nnd Mb-s Maud nlso ran.
Sixth It ice Six furlongs. Selling. Addio, HI
(Doggett), 2 to 1, won by a lengthr Lord Harry,
119(ims), 3 tol, second by a length; Ursa 11.
(Blake), 2 tol, third. Timo 1:17. Prig and Wnt
terson alRo ran.
Followlugjaro to-morrow's entries atGraves
eud: First Kace Six furlongs. Weinberg, John
Cooper, 122 each; Kontlgerna, 117; Sir Knight,
Kama, Factotum. 112 each; Ascot, 10!), Hirt, La
Mlicro, 107 each; Handover, Quickstep colt, Mo
Intyre, 101 each; Torchbearcr, 112.
SECOVb Hace Ono mll and a quarter. Handi
cap. Banouet. 119; ltamtipo. 11G; Pickpocket,
10b: Trince Klamath, Lizzie, 90 each.
Third luce Fivo furlongs. Londo, Corncob.
Belle of Stonewall, Glad, Chicot, King Gold, 111
1 orirni Race Ono mile and n furlong. Sell
ing. Long Beach, Emin Bey, 107 each; Specula
tion, 101; Jndge Morrow, Galloping King. 101
each; Georgo Heck, 99; Hartford, i-Q; Cfcirus, 83.
Iirni luce Ono mile. Heavy handicap.
Roller, 111- Count, 109, Dorian. 103, Llbertlno,
Rubicon, 101 ench; Annltage, 100.
sixth l!Acr l he furlongs- Selling. St, Vin
cent, 10b; Niiic.nh, 103; Potash, Cherry Blossom
colt, Wingal, 103 each; Tympanee colt, Spald
mcre. Flash, 103 oach; Canterbury, Urellan, 98
each; Cora, 93.
ft- vemii Race Five furlongs. Sollinc. Ponch
colt, in: Amsterdam, 107; Navthoe. 103; Cash
mere, 101), Surgeon, 1'earl Ash colt, "la each; Sal
He Taylor. 97; Gold Bug, Little Ella, llomping
Girl, 93 each; Vocolity.'.tt.
LAZZARO.E WON THE DERBY.
Latonia's Big feature Resulted In a One
CtNCIVXATI, May 21. Tho Latonia Spring meet
ing opened very auspiciously before a crowd of
8,000 spectators under a fair sky. The track was
deep in mud and full of puddles. Tho card was
a poor one, but nevertheless proved very sails
factory to the talent, as four strong favorites,
one second, nnd ono third cLoIce, proved iuai
to the mu 1. and won. Tho Derby, worth $7,300,
of which i.355 went to the winner, was taken by
Lazzaroue In easy stylo
1 hero were several sensations during tho day.
For tho first time In the history of tho track a
"welcher" appeared. On the slate of tho Iro
quois Club book after the third raco appoared a
uolico, "All bets against this book will be ad
justed to-morrow." 1 ho bookmaker and his staff
had fled, no ono knows where.
1 ho namo of the bookmaker is not even known.
The beck laid a good pri -o aga.nst Flash, the
winner of the third rnco. and had not tho money
to pay its losses, which, however, aro very small,
noioverj'00. Mr. Ira Brido said thatoveryat
tempt would be made to nrrot the owner of the
ibook. end that the hollers of winning tickets
would bo paid af ler the last rare.
Jockc?l. levin was suspei.dod for one weok
for careless riding on Lancelot Summaries:
First IUck Puiee$j00 Ono mile. Charity
won; J. I'. II. second; Sigurd third, lime
sreovn Race bcll'ng; rtr30 55M. Six fur
longs. Domingo won; Helen X. secund; Say On
third. Time l.H.
Tmi.n Race l'iio furlongs. Flash won; St
HarioseconJ; Rattier thlpL Time 1S374-,.
I ourtii R ice The Latonia Derby, worth $ VBS
to winner. Ono milo and a half. Lazzarcno
won; Pcail Seng second; Self La third, lime
liFTn Rce Four furlongs. Rowena won;
Mountain Madgo second; Pleasantry third.
Timo 0 31.
Sivni Race Selling. Six furlongs. Fore-nnn
won: Carrio II. second; Lancelot third, limo
Entries for to-morrow:
HKsrltACE telling. Six furlongs. Adah L.,
R3; Count Lore, Mt: Macadce. JncouLl, 93 ench;
Osraius.lOl: King Dal 1, 91; Oscar, 97; Rncelleld,
9i: Harry Weldon, 99; Pctticord, 102; an Dorn,
Second Race Soven li.rlongs. Illlnous, 92;
Santa Mali.i. 92. lim Dunn, bayon, 10J each; W.
L. Munson, ia:;Mmrcck, 101.
1 limn ljicr Four fLrlcngs. Willis, 103; I'.nr
gess. KB, Annio Ltlswnrth, I.np Lizzie Keller,
stPlf, 111 oach. Rapper, 111.
Fourth Race 'rhree-,ni irtorsof a mile. G B.
Cox, Glide, 91 each; J'ophi'Io, 9"i; Advoc ite, Le
Grande. 97 ench; F.iily Bennett, 103, Beatific,
10o; Ccntributiou, 107; Si-nrock. ailer, lu each.
Ill-Tn II ics I our and one-half furlonjs. Jack
Farrell, 89; Emma Eames, 91; Alva, 91; Myrtle,
Scrtiee at Long Odds.
ST. Louis, May 2L Warmer weather and a
fast track drew a first-class attendance to tho
Fair grounds toseo tho socend stako of tho
meeting, the Street Railway, decided. Tho
guaranteed iiSXCI went to tho 8 to 11 shot. Ser
vice, who won in a drive.
The talent brofco fairly even, three favorites
and thrco outsidors taking tba meney. lic
sults: First Kvce Seven-eighths of a milo r.agin
won; Dillon J. sccond;L!ttlo George third. Time
SrcovD Race Five-eighths- of a milo. Prime
Mim&tcr won; Fayetlo Bello second; Bob Gartor
third, limo 1 02.
Third Race Ono mile. Street Railway stako
handicap. Scrlco won; Ray S. second; Sound
moro third. Tlmo 1.12)4.
roUKTH Racf Fifteen-sixteenths of a mile.
Ixlon won; Dart socimd; llaroldino third, lime
i ii-TH Race Ono mile and six furlongs. Hur
dles. Argentine won Senator second; Bush
rauger third. Time 2.31,-j.
Economy, Stovo Jerome, and Dr. Wilcox fell
SIXTH IUCE riftoen-sixteeuths of a mile.
Theodore won; Marie eccond; lenacious third,
Time 1 37J4.
Entries for to-morrow:
Iirst Race Six furloncp. Adjustor, 91; Tcsslo
D.97; B. F. Ily, Jr., 99; Looking Backward, 101;
1'craercr, iir-; ion onu. mi; iom liononue,
103: Lavonn C, Hiram Argo, 100 oach; Sly
Lisbon. Adair, 111 each: Edgarland, Maid of
Blarney, 115 oach; Acilojam, 11; Tim Murnhy,
-r SECOVD Race Ono mllo. Russel Gray. 97:
Lord W illowbrook, l"oro, Oakvlcw, Forest King,
101 each; Brookwood, Henry Jenkins, Harry
W oavQr, Ansenia, 100 each; May Hardy, Granite,
John 1'., Ill each; Mexico, 112; snooks, 110.
Third Race seven furlongs. Minnie Makln,
Satinet, Mrs. Brndshaw, Dcspnir.97caoh;Romeo,
102; Charlio McDonald. La Gnrtla, Rosalie, 107
oach: JL'n Lee (3 year old). 112.
FOURTH Race Ono nnd ono-eighth miles.
Weiota, 89; Llsmore, Bo Peep, 9-5 each; Billy
Sunderland, Red Cap, Dolly McCone, First
Chance, Lady Pulsifor, Wedgefleld, 100 each;
Colonel S.,101; Littlo Georgo, Chiswlck, Tekln,
Dago, 1C5 each.
Fifth Race Six furlongs. General Ross, Jer
siy. Deceit, Roy Lochlel, Mr. Dunlap, Marble
l.V-k, Pedestrian, US each; W Hdwood,100; Hover,
SIXTH Race One raila. Little Dorritt, Vlda, 97
each; Jamestown, Outcry, Safe Uome,Malarious,
101 each; Chimes, Sir Walter Raloigh. Hoodlum,
105 eoch; HighUnd, 111; Old Pepper, Walter, 110;
J. a Freed, 121.
RAIN AGAIN TOOK A BAND
Bad Weather Prevented the Eastern
Games from Being Flayed.
SENATORS PAR IN THE REAR
Both Chicago and louisville Won, Thereby
Increasing Their Percentage Pittsburg
Defeated Cleveland in a Close . Game,
While EL Louis and Cincinnati Lost
Results of Yesterday's Games.
CmcAco,3; St. Louis, 1.
PlTTSIlcT.0, G; CUETKLAlkD, 5.
Louisville, G; Cincinnati, 0.
Other games prevonted by rain.
The Championship Record.
W. L. Pet I
W. U ret
Cleveland.. 17 G 739 Cincinnati 11 12 ITS
rnila'phla 17 8 GSO.Now ork.. 12 14 4h2
Pittsburg .. 17 8 (MlSt Lcub.... II Id 4(17
Baltimore.. 18 H (Tlloulsvlllo.. 8 II SOI
Boeton. 15 II 677,Chicago.... 8 10 ."S3
Brooklyn... 12 J2 500 W'ash'ton... 3 22 120
Colonels Shut Out tlio Reds.
Louisville, May 2L Louisville shut Cincinnati
out to-dny iu tho best played game of the season.
Meuefoo'h pitching. Feller's fielding, and the bat
tfngofDenny mid Weaver were tho features.
eather cimiL Attendance, 12X10. Score:
tonaviLi e. nliiroA El ci.scisxati r ir.ro a e
Brown, of... 0 0 2 0 Olloy.cf 0 0 0 0 0
l'felfer,2b.. 12 8 6 0 McCrthy.lb 0 1 11 0 0
lwltcliell.lt 0 12 1 0 Latham, 3b. 0 10 4 0
O'Rourke.lb 10 9 0 0 Holliday, If. 0 2 0 0 0
Weaver, rf. 2 .) 1 0 0 Mc-l'hee,2b. 0 0 13 1
Rlch'r's'n.hS 1114 0 Vaughn, c. 0 0 3 1 1
Denny. 3b ..1 2 11 0 Canavau, rf 0 1 2 U 0
MonelBO, p. 0 1 0 0 1 Smith, m... 0 13 5 0
Uatle.c 0 0 3 1 0,1'airott, p.. 0 0 1 0 0
TotnL.... G102713 l Tfctal 0 G 27 13 2
Louisvillo 0 0040200 0 G
Cincinnati.... 0 OUOOOO0O 0
Earned runs Louisville, G. Tw-base hits
Denny and McCnilhy. Ihree-base hit Denny.
Stolen base Weaver. Double plays Richard
son, PetTer, and O Hourko 2; Poller and Grim;
Latham, Smith, and McCarthy. First bao on
balls Off Menefee, 1; oil 1'arrutt.S. Struck out
Br Menefee, I; by Parrott, 3. lime 123
Umpire Mr. McCJuald.
Brcitcnstcin's Error Lost ths Game.
Chicago, May 21 Breltcnstcln mulled Mil
ler's easy toss of Anson's hit in tho first, allow
ing Ryan and Dahlon to scoro what proved to
by runs enough to win the game. Beth pitchers
did splendid work, keeping their hits well
scattered. Attendance, 1, 00. bcore:
CHICAGO. 'ltlBrOAEI ST LOUIS. R In FO A E
Ryan. rL.... 112 0 0'Dowd. rf.... 0 2 4 0 0
Dahlen, 3b. 113 5 2 Frank, lf... 0 110 0
Wllmot If.. 0 111 lSuugiirtcL. 0 1200
Anson, lb.. 0 0 9 1 0 Miller, lb.... 0 0 7 10
Lango, cf .. 0 0 3 0 1 Cooloy,3b... 1 .1 2 0 0
Irwin, ss.... 0 13 5 OOuinn. 2b... 0 112 0
Pnrrott, 2b. 0 0 3 3 1 Ely. ai 0 0 4 4 0
H'tchinsn.p 0 10 1 1 1'oltz, c. 0 0 t 1 0
Kittredgc.cl 2 3 2 O.Brelnst'n, p 0 0 0 11
TotaL 3 72718 G Total I 8 27 9 1
Chicaco 2 000000103
St Louis 0 000100001
Two-basohits Dowd and Irwin. Stolen baso
Peitz. i irat baso on balls Off l!utctilnson.l.
Struck out By lluublnsnn, 3; by Brcitensteln,
3 Passed balls hiltredge, 1: Peitz, 1. limo
1.50. Lmplro Mr. Swurtuood.
I'lttshiirg Wan an Uphill Contest.
Cleveland, May 21. After KHlen had been
knocked out of the box In tho first inning orery
body thought Cloveland was a suro winner, but
unfortunate errors in the eighth inning lost them
the game. Attendance, 5,000. Score:
r!TTSnii.u. cisroAr clevflasd r id ro a n
Stenzel.cf.. 3 2 10 0Chllds2b... 12 2 10
Donovan, rt. 1110 (I Burkett, If .. 112 0 0
Beckley. lb 13 8 2 OMcKean.ss 113 11
Glass.yk. ss. 0 1 2 3 2Lw!ng, rf.. 1 12 0 0
Smith.IL... 0 12 0 OTebeau.lb. 116 11
Lyons, 3b... 0 0 4 4 1 O'Con'or, c. 0 0 4 2 1
Mnck.c 0 I G 2 1'McGnrr, 3b. OHIO
lllerba'erb 10 2 3 0 McAlcer, cL 0 1 2 0 1
KlUen. ic... 0 0 0 1 O.Young, p... 0 0 2 10
Ehret, p.... 0 0 110
Total 5 S'23 7 4
Total G 9 27 10 4
Glasscock out for running out of line.
Pittsburg 1 0001022 xG
Cleveland 4 0 0 II 0 0 1 0 05
Earned runs Pittsburg, 1; ClcveLand, 4. Two
base hits Burkott, McKean, nnd Smith. Three
base hit Chllds. Stolen bases Burkett, Ewlug,
Tebeau. O Connor, and MeAlecr Double plays
Lyons nnd Bierbauer; Mack and Lyons. Iirst
base on balls Off 1 oung. G; oil Ehret, 4 Struck
out By loang, 4; by Ehret, 1 Time 2.23.
Umpire Mr. Emsllo.
Results of Other Games.
Altoona, 1; Scranton, 7
Harrisburg, 4; Hazleton, 5.
Harnsburge. 13; Hazleton. 5, (Second game).
Hazelton,5; Harrisburg, 4 (rirst game 1
Harrisburg, 13: Hazcltcn, 5. (second game )
Ircramon, ; .uoonn, 4
Wllkesbarre-Troy game postpon-d rain,
i Srracuse-BulTnlo came ooptroued rain.
I rie, 8, Providence, 8 (ten innings).
Milwaukee. 11: Toledo, 4.
Minneapolis, 17; Detroit, 7.
S.oux City. 9; Indianapolis, 14.
e v Orleans, r,; Macon, 5.
Mobile. 11; Atlanta, 1.
Nashville, 3; Charleston, 12.
Memphis, 9. Savannah, 1.
Senators aro hoodooed by rain.
Weather favorable, W ashlngton will play to
day at Bcston.
Univers'ty rf Pennsylvania nnd Princeton
game was prevented by rain.
Senators aro new 213 perccntago points be-
uuui me cmiacu emu.
Cleveland's ersMvhilo big lead has been cut
dowu within easy reaching distanca
Maul will probably lo put in against Boston
to-day, ts ho is in good shape.
Irimclads defeated Cnnterburys 8 to 4. Chat
long s for Vfinner should bo addressed to 11
W llllams, 61 1 street uc:t!.c-ast.
ALBA5.Y CLUB THE H lhyL.lt.
Progressive A hist .Match Captured by the
Four from Alhanj.
PniLADFLTHiA, May 21. Tho sess'on of the
whist congress to-dny was devoted to tho trans
action of lusino?a of minor Importance. Tho
committeoon tho laws of duplicate whist pre
sented a series of laws, being practically the
same as that Wt over from the Cu.cago meeting
last j ear. 1 Ley will be considered tc-morrow.
The total3 0f tho progressive matih for lours was
announced to-day, tl o committee having work oil
1.U night oh tnem. Ihe total is -I.Niii, of
whMi ll'O were played north and fouthami
10.577east and west. Ilia wii.ner is tho Albany
club. Mr. E. A. Smith m.d Mr. Loilge, north and
so'ith; Vr liuinngtou nnd Mr. Miow. cast nnd
west Tho club mado a total of 7b9 points 112
norll, and south and ?.I7 ea1,: nnd wefct 1 ho
totals of tLo clabs nevt in order wero as follrws:
Carlton club, 771; Chicago Whist Club, 7Ui;
Amritn,7(3: Capital BIcjclo,7G2: l:aliImuro,76L
1 he congress to-day admitted two now clubs, the
Berkley hist Club, of Hi rkley, CaL, and Port
land W hist Club, of Portland, Ore.
1 ho drawings for tho A. s trophy contest
at tho Manufacturers' Club aro as follows:
F irst sectirn Art Club vs. Albanv, and Chi
cago W hist Club vs. Amrita.
Second sec'lun I'hiladelphia vs. Wilmington,
and American vs. Capitrl Bicycle.
Third section Newon vs. Knickerbocker and
Powellton vs. Hyde Park.
Fourth election str.ten Island va Hnm'lton;
Fanwooit vs. -Minneapolis.
1 ho playing of tho half roanrt this afternoon
forthe Uamiltrn trophy resulted as follows:
Hamilton, 313: Philadelphia, .111; Chicago, fo.;
I'nivursity, 31S- ayne, sni; Manufacturers, sts):
Capitol Bicycle, 311; Baltimore, 313.
Parker the Tennis Champion.
Tho closing singles for tho tennis champion
ship of the Scuth weie played esterday en tho
courts of the Batchelors' Club between Fisher
and Parker. Parker defeated Fisher, tho sets
being G-3, 0-4, 5-7, nnd 5-1. Iu addition to the
championship the v. inner captui ed n handsome
lanp as a prize. In tho doubles Davidson and
Shields defeated Clay and McCaunop c-1 and
G-l, nnd Bethel andThompsjn G-2 and 7-3
Tc-day Parker and Fisher will play Mitcholl
e-id Llebcr, tho winners playing Bidilio end Mo
1 he: son. 1 ho winners of tho latter contest will
meet iu the final sot with Shields and Davidson
for the championship in doubles.
Off on Their Eastern Trip.
Xew n.AVE Conn., May 21 Tho Yale fresh
men baseball nine started on thoir annual east
ern trip tc-day. Tho team will playAndover,
Exoter, and the Harvard freshmen clubs boforo
returning to New Haven. Tho following players
were taken: Pitcher, Smith; catcher, Deforrcst;
first base. Reed; second bf sa, MeCandlass; short
stop, QmnbT; third base.-Fineko (captain); left
Hold, linn is; center field, C. Recti; right field, Jer
roms; substitutes, Bass and McCanc&
i Cricket Match Postponed.
S"EtT Yore, May 2L The cricket match between
tho Harvard and Stateu Island cricket teams,
which was to have occurred to-day, has been
postponed indefinitely on account of tho bad
Wanamaker Jfc Brown, tailors, are making a
specialty of light-weight summer coats to order
from 3.73 to $9. All colore and shades.
BUDGET BILL DISCUSSED.
Tho Liberals Score a Signal Victory and
the Conservatives Defented.
London, May 21. Tho lung expected debate on
the budget bill, which was expected in some
quarters to prove the downfall of Lord Hose"
bery'e ministry, was opened this afternoon with
a gun fired by Sir John Lubbock, liberal union
ist, member for London University, who moved
In th House of Commons that the budget com
mittee be empowered to divido the budget bill
Into two parts and to embody the provisions re
specting the sinking fund in a different measure.
Sir W 1111am Ilarcourt in reply said 4hnt the
object of this motion was to revert to tho system
by which the House of Lords would bo able to
overthrow financial measures emanating from
the House of Commons. This system had al
ready ben condemned by Disraeli and Palmer-
ston and by the committee of the House cf Com
mons. Loud cheors.
Another reason for Sir John Lubbock's nmtlnn
was to wasto tho time of tho house by involving
it In two bills and in two separata statements
rrom tho committoo and in two third readings.
At the present time also there wero special rea
sons why the Commons should preserve absolute
control of too finances of the country. Mr.
Goshen. chancellor cf tho oxchoouer under T-r-rd
Salisbury's administration, nnd several minor
conservatives supported tho motion, afttr which
a division was taken, with the result that it was
rejected by a vote of 101 to 121, a majority of 40
for the government
Iho announcement of the government's vic-
vory was groctea wiiu prolonged tauerni cheers
Ijitortwo other Conservative Instructions to
tho budget committee woro rulod out of order,
and the housa went into committee of the whole
amid renewed Liberal cheering.
Progress of the Siberian Railroad.
Uniti.-d States Consul General Crawford, nt
St. Petersburg, has mado an exhaustive re
port to tho State Department upon tho new
Siberian railroad connecting the Pacific with
European Russia. Ho describes the project
ns one of flttintr magnitude to cloo this cen
tury of great engineering achievements, nnd
states that tho principal sections will be com
pleted within two years.
Miss Irwin's New Position.
riiiLADEtriiiA, Ya., 3Iay 24. It i3 an
nounced in this city by friend3 of Miss Agnes
Irwin that sho has accepted the deanshipof
lhulcliHe college, us tho Harvard annex is
Postponed at Piralico.
BALTiaoEE, Mey 21 Owing to the heavy track
the races of the Plmllco Driving Club havo been
again iiostpouod until 2 p. in. Friday.
Tis a Feat to Fit Feet.
AVE you ever
ditlnt get tho
proper b e r t I c o
out of tan shoes'
If so wo have the
shoo you should
wear. Oar turn-
if mer weight Plg-
sk I n shoes
way1 up Bluch
ers, are recom
mended, and wo
to be the best
erer offered for
tale. And the
upper will out-
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Ivegularly $5 00. $-190
now you'll find them If you call soon.
939 Pa. Ave.
DOST spend 100 for a lot, but WAIT nntll
you havo read our extraordinary oflTtr in sub
urban lots nt Columbia Park, adjacent to Wash
ington, on pace a In next Sunday's Times, where
you can buy lots from JJ5 to JM. en easy terms.
Call forcircnlar and get in on the cround floor.
iriiiff Styles Bats,
Ladies' Straw Yacht Hats, SLOT
Hats and Caps for Children, Eoys,
and Youths, JOc., 7k, 61, and S1.C0.
Latest styles nnd colors Derby
Hat, fo, $2.50, 3, i3.t0, SI, and SO.
TourM Soft Hats, in nil tho lead
ing colors, S2.C0 to SI.
DrcS3 Silk Hats, SC and S.
riain Soft Hats and rocket Hats,
SI, S1.E0, S2, S2.50, S3, S3.50, SL,
SLOT, S3, and SG.
Largest Stock and Variety of
Canes and Umbrellas.
James Y. Daiis' Sons;
1201 Penn. Ave., Cor. 12th St.
(UNION GOODS A bPEMALTO,
2 i-1 Xow Jersey avenue norlhw est. mylD-lm
IS THE BEST MADE.
F-TECIALLY GOOD FOK F'AMILY TE.
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THOSE STL ap7-3m
PONT spend $100 for a lot, but WAIT until
you have read our extraordlniry offer in sub
urban lota at Columbia lark, adjacent to 7ash-inpto-i,
on pases In next bundiy 9 Iime, where
you can buy lots from $S to 5J, on easy terms.
Call fortircularnnd get ia on tho ground iloor.
Onico G2J F st, nw.
IGS GREM SODR 5c,
Prescriptions Compounded by
Graduates of Pharmacy.
Easlerday's Drug Store,
COIL O bT. AND X. J AVE., X W.
1200 E St. Northwest.
Lunches from 11.30 to 2.
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419 llth st.nw. npSMm
CON. HORIGAifS SAMPLE ROOM,
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Choice Vlue37iua Liquors. Uost Brands of Clgira
llourlcU's liter on Draught Washington. 1 C.
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PANTS, 5 UK SUITS, 5J0 AND 23 UP.
Impairing. Cleaninj, and Dyeing Neatly Done.
315 PennsylTanla avenue nw. ap-7-lin 1
, hi v
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Feist Brewing CoB9s
"WE ARE STILL AT IT"
Surprising the Male
"Population of Washington
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF IT!
Choice of any Suit in' the
House to Order,
All our $20, $25, $28,
$30, $32, $35 Suits included.
Choice of any Pants in the
House to Order,
All our $5, $6, $7, $8. $9,
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The MmeriGan Tailors,
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The New City on the Pennsylvania Railroad, the most
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Call at office for prospectus and full particulars.
Leicester Town Company,
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Money to Be Made. How?
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D. Keiser's, MnhT
419 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
EXPERT IN TROUSERS.
Is onr price for a pair of those Wine-tip Tatent Leather Shoes for men the only
PIMl'Elt SHOE for dress. Men's Hand-sewed Hussots, W and $1 a pair neatest shades
of tho Beaflon.
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No. 1012 Seventh St. N. W.
Wammnkcr & Brown, tailors, are running
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on the Hill
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Hatters and Men's Furnishers,
430 Seventh St H. W.
Strictly One Price). TVashlnston, D. O.
FOR ONE MONTH
Will mat a suit to your measure and made o
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