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™w are -.patJenh'-it-'flfcl aX of Seneca jM venlng here. ^J.. ;J|j ere * attended?** § iu% Thursday^*! if Watertoq;^»ji| evening. --'-— ri i Riper ^AP$M )Ver« case of'-iKwj land* \'Z£ has\ a new tJ*OT.' .•I.:' .*^^J!« L i»iii^Wva»»^^ . y.'->' ifbe roleman ' Baseball-^ gayre, one of'-t*^v^a»t^fc.fepttt-i>*5 c , ub s in i'ennsyiV^l^.^^}|^#ft: me AH Geneva' n^'i'-iR^^f^SW game et th& jeai50«_«fciifi«|^iaif^ Sunday. The .^leiaiW^g^^afitefe «U 'he WjUiamsport.!i?l}i1>t;,wJb(j<*^a# demonstrates that. ^C^O^te^i^Rlff; have a stivng a*gW|fte^Kl#1fari' against them 1ft their 'fte4M:Mk&'*> J'\ - The Oeneva team, j|yg^$e$$; 'basCat. w ork for the past fe* vrwMWt^ltQxa-: all indications the. B|en:;ar£.||i t tyl&X good furm to do'hatj^''^ittt-'^tlfie Pennsylvania, nine. The ilni'iip pf the local nine has notl^en^^ounceo; a 8 y«t but It Is probable; |bii'\MlcatS ey \ McDonald will he ^eejs onvthird while \Art\ Sullivan will pass. tlnjTe around short. CloW is .slafisd '$**&& at second with BUI MplDphaia' at-flrirtl The outfield -will he made Up from the 'following: Laing, Brltfield, C^||*w», Sparrow and Mslo--' /-> --•~*'\--- -'-- \Wang\ Fryer, wholias been; picked to start on the mound, says the old louth wing is in fine shape and \is confident he-will turn thf Colettians jbaGk. Kenney la-anath^litaf.-:pg:tih6: Geneva team who <ian Heave them lap; and wilt be held. In Tesprvis^tp; assist Fryer with the mbuna, work.\ •••:'':•• The game will he called At 3;30 an,d a large crowd of fan? are expected, to witness the opening .game, ..'\Mo* Cormack will umpire. ;. ' • v. m. 'i.i'.' ;,-'- .,,• v , NEW CANANDAlGtlA TEAM OPENS SEASON ON SUNJJAY Canandaigua, Mjtsy-H: l4-^Gan|indal* gua's new diamond, outfit is/to make its debut for .1320. ?Jpr &, **»! -Ywith Manchester In ' the .^tl|dad\?eilla«e; Sunday. Freddie -Giltf spie: ajdtfjgaiioTi Riley, promoters\ of the'-Ganahdaigua, have rounded up AIvJMCftttera. o f West Rush and Lefty Grief of Rochester as pitchers: Petroskl ojf JRochester, catch er; Al Smtthem and Joe McKonna. of Canandaigua,- ' geh'aeff&f !foT-. ' Pat myra and wirtn.- and,-'\ 'it Rochester* -' lnfleiclers. Grief wllf piny In. the field when not slab binglt. _•„-. • _-_.•»• .. ' • • - B*d the.-mnt^ai^TheJj.fcreJB^ ^h^SeliooJhpW^ * resting. « '\'•: v. • . - • •-,- hAfijf *u»™. •'•'.»_. '^i*. terestlng. W33S mi l work vlth ele* Of course, you set** - - 4 Sings hootrr H'tnthr+f Wf**; \Results are right From morn ttilntght When fofis us* Kyaniie.\ 'Mi tr mm > rmm' •»•+•••••> -A • Buffalo t; Syracuse R • •iff- Heading: (w«t giwunflto) Jlltron, . , Standing of tht Clubs. Won, \$mt r I: « i>.c. * \m + .600* MZ* .474 • 478 • .888 • \m *• • ; #'fe(jfraitp .-....•%.. ' jM ;B '• Tpr^nte^....**- . •». .*• • Balttaiora .,,». 13 8 '•<,Mtron- •'.,.; ^.i'JJ- » .7 • Reading ,..*,, 3 10 - • Jeraey ,Qity ...«„ J • 10 ;i#>Rocheiter- #»*.. T lJS. •. i#j,'§yTa^n»ei......... •-i i* • !'\. • Scheduled f«r Todjiy . • Jersey Ottgrat Koohester <* p. m.) • Reading at Akron, ( \ • Baltimore at Torottto. '^* \ ' ' ?• Syracuse at Bwrtolo. & •••• .. ' -*...— • NATIONAL \LiAGUE • * Yesterday'* Result*. • Ney/ Tprk 6; Cincinnati 0. • ehici»E;o*2?, BrooMyn\t.' • 8t. Lottla *; Boston 8, • - -\ *- • Philadelphia Cwet- grpnnds) •\ Bittaburgj„- \ • Standings of the\ Clubs' ffirifVTT--TVTyiiixtTinrrs < irTifiir<i(TiiTfityir< i mm: MARKET REPORT aac ©airy Butter CJreamery PRODUCE. BUTTeR. Wiwiaaaiti, «,»•*.*• 11 • '^\ Ri«arr, wa*y Butter ,;.•*.,.;.„-. Cremnory Butter, per lb ^ >•»>••» t.8w 48® 65© 76© 60 10 40 68 «78 44 VEGETABut.3. ..#«*.*% Won ,a«st « -.9;'\ 9 9 12- 12 »»• 12 Geneva Hteh. *. school rooter^ are tiialnilhgr. a gT^afc'lnijpjr^yenienlcf^ thie; •£ensva Slfh CasebkU ,nien*at&lnjB ttei Jasttwo weeksi'and Hre cbnfiaentihiai *he team will strlke^lts winning jitfiaei Irojanew on. \ReaiBenedJet the 'south paw; Is ImprefVlng every day and the Jbesfr Of i t lS'liliSitheihas three sersHes after tbjs at-^the B^rh Bchopi, Wang Fwer^'who now has' bMrfe .«& the Btfeh School pitchers, hlniseiila: flontli; paw and\ some ->yhat of . a red, heads jtakeg very fcindjy. to Benedlcl^and be- lieves that he; will prove a winning fiowfth Bary la attli' Hooktngr^Oi ah^tt%'r.^^^F^oger^an%-S|ol-^ MTC8EW %j^*jG^iMii^ Refuses ^o pnde njofe Hiobart meetsi her an- cient r-Jyal in Rochester, but this time,it will' he on the baseball dia* V-jmond-ja-nd- not the gridiron. The old flghtihsfw spirit which has always ex- isted between the two institutions wlli prevail again' tomorrow when the baseball team takes the field against the collegians front the flower city. • • Boston ,;...*.'. ur •.Cincinnati *„* tf • Blttshurgh . k ». v ii • Brooklyft ..*,». 10 • bhlcaciro-..;...», \if • Phttadjelphia ** 9 j • St, lionis ...;. ? •-«&'Njfew Toek,...v. -. 7 • * Scheduled fp^ T«day. ' *5» Brooklyn at \St. totils. i • ISTew Xork at Pittsburgh. ^•Philadelphia at Cinolnnati^ :• Boston at Chicago; • ' _, ^ _ • AMERICAN LE^eUfi. • Ye«terday'« Reswltt. '•. All gUmes ppstponodl. {• Standing of the Clubs. \'• WptL _jtost_ ' • CleVelSnd '\\.—.• .\~ 16 <:^\ •; Buston .,... .'•• Chicago .^.. t* He» Xnrk k j + Washington ':• St iouis .. • Philadelphia • petroit ..... | • Scheduled for Today. : • St. Louis at Philadelphia, • Cleveland at Boston. • Detroit at Washington: • Chicago at New York. u 11 11 10 10 7 5 .7 9 11 11 11 13 $% * ...... + P.C, *„ .62R* 'MO • ,550 •, .526 • \.478 • ,429 * .429 • .368 • • * ' • • * + • • + .w .667 • .550 + .61)0 • .476 • .476 • .350 * .238 * ' '*' t * Retail. J iieets,per!b...,^ ^ Cauliflower, head * Cabbage, per lb, new •• Carrots, bunch • tielery, buneh j •„ f, .'Corn, gwwu^viQ. # Kgeplant, lb. -*j3bettnce, Boston head .• Lettuce, Southern, bead . • Onions, Texas, 2 lb. for .-. onions. pU'klUi\. b JPeppefs, red, doz. ...,„i, Potatoea sweet, per lb. 8 for .... Popcorn, shullea, ;b, O Potatoes, per bu Sauash, *ier lb Swiss Chard, lb. ........ Tpnxitoes basket per lb. Iceberff Lettuce *..,...,,» Jnrn^pB, per lb. Spipaoh lb. o 1 •• Fruit*. Apples, peck ,.« Honey tin Melons . ...i '- * • 40 S 9 16 20 zo 15 9 2b > '* 75 75 ©25 IS @ 4 00 04 4 25 20 29 250 o & 10tf 15» © 5w -@ © 60«y © © M© to © MEAT8. Live Weight Beef . P-en:mz;T7 tiogs, per lb. Veals, per lb. ...«..,aa. 60© 11© lower to !t »poiHfr, hlMner. No, 1 Bio cm spot, 10 l-4@i8'e. \ MOLASSES—Market ruled firm, Open kettle, fl.02@1.12 ; black fltraa in barrels, 30d„ „ „ RAW S0aAR~-Marltet ruled firm, Centrifugals, \|19.B«; molasses «ugar, &.-. • * ( BtTTTEK-r-Market easier. Creamery extras, 59i>62e^ Vmb, %««0c; higher than extras, 59 3-4©63 i>2c; stata dairy, tubs, 45@B9c; renovated extra* fifi#56c • CHkESE-»^M»*rke* firm! state, r whole milk,, ^specials. 2^32%.. fancy, 26 l-2#30cj lower grades, 20t#28o; ; Wisconsin,''whole mHk,-'fhiW*,\ Younr' Americas, J^^atafe, ^kim«,r,»p«?cjal» i 19#21 l.2e; choice; 16@13cf. fair to *opd, ij©16cf-toW* ^8^6*9/5% 10c. EGOS—Rfarkefc. - lEceruiaiv-' Nearby, white, fancy, 62 l-2@6S«j; \do brown, 51c; extras, tSf@4tf-\l-2c; \firsts 44QI , 48e. -,.^- . . , POTATOES (in bulk, barrel or bag) —M:arket weakT'lSflarBy white, ¥11 0«~~ #14.00; ^-Bermalas, |13.O0ig>19 00; Southerns, $8,O0@18;O0. ( BEANS ' W9T9)— Market dull. Mar e row t choice,-$11.50®,.; pea*-choicd, ~ $8.00®..; kidneys, cholce,»tt8.0,0#15.« - as. X1RIEB FRrjITS-rMarket tmchamr* . ed; Apricots, ejefrai, qBoice to fancy, 2* @37c; apples, evaporated, prime to fancy, 10@16e;: prunes, 30s to 60s 15 l-2@23e; extra choice to.fancy, 18© ' 23c; seeded do, 60s to 100a 10 1 2© 13 l-2c; peaches, raisins, choice to faney*_18@.22 t*3c*- -x—-,«. _, DRESSBB ....POULTRY ^^arely ' steady. Chio.kens, 38@43c; turkeys 40 @66cj geesei 26@21.c; fowls, J0©44cj ducks, 32.@38c. LIVE . POULTRY—Market ruled nominal. Chickens 50c@»l;00; turkeys, 90 «0o 13 • #>.«••* *'«« @ 15 * •• *•>**•• • ••.»••* • •* •••••• •••_*•• * • + * INTERNAt'L LEAGUE * <t — ^..^.., w „ + f »> >£< 4- •?• * i> •(• • 4 • ^ •&.•&•!&:& <jf Hustlers Toppile Skeeter* ^Phls game has been pending fori Rochester* May 14—Iicpaje;»ins by New Chairs for $W Ail the old furniture fa ybui home can now be m«de to«pp««r new-your floors «ndweKrf%0jri: _ can be preserved and beitillfiei* . eanlya.,dpermanen% wit|iy .'•-, - FLOOR FINISH>::.;: Especially made ftT enalw the icuff and tread of irjtf din* hech on a floor, it iilor that very reason the ideal .varnish for . FURNITURE ind ALL WOODWORK Cgmcji tithef4athe-clear Titr- Sitve iaii:bee1^ wpjk|% tot th> pjace i>tit •asfsie^elthfer one of th^fnTBaT'hiada; ^fitlrieiSrrgc^fet^mfe^a^l^^ of fhe, fnree, but Is as.uncerjtain as the weather,, Sobers is. slow and: not over sure*. Stolp is:probably too jight at •re'aenMo- afcftnd the strala, at .ahQ^i?: stop and even now hi* arrhi.ls giving hlra,. trouble. There is a chance* that Ken Botven will prove the./rlgftt m&b, abut ,he has only Been out' this last week.- ' •>,'.\- ••.\\. ' •• The Brook street diamond isToow in aMt (Bhape and is^ajgreai help to |^e nisn.\ . a -.-. .,-. - ,\. . >-• '-..P Tomorrow GeneVa Sigh meets 3ejr^ '1 gen Hlfti scnooi on^ropK.sveet, and next Saturday its Old friends and'xi- als. StErkey Semlnary.^and tHi|. JSarnie wlif see a hidnster High School crowd on hand. '•?'•'*•\ * :_ ,Oa Wedhesday Geneva High goes to Canand4i*tta- td play the^ Academy. ;• Selection wlii he made Irom Oie tojr lowing aierfifdr.-. tpmorow's\\ ganje: Oatchbr, Behedict, {Rowleys $atcheiy: Jones,\ VanTyle; 4B1base.;Beals; Hard- ing; 2ndchase, Keebi#,; :§. &j RogerSi Bdwen^ Klubei Sjrd base t Newellr rfght Held; Stoip, KTuhe o\r--Rogera; cen^r field, YanTyXe.or Welch; 'left field, ^reitftsrd,' Umpire • fdri. tomorrow's ', OVER 4»0Qp-A?T,AREfJA» \ Ithaca, May 1,4-^GOrnen will enter the trlangulsCr. race dn Lake. ( ;Camegiei- iPrln.eeton, Saturday, against;. Princeton and fale as tlie dark horse of the race. ^ m OSt on the ev 0 et-the i-ae* Coafih•* soine time but nothing definite \could' Kinsella and Bowen, eaolf .with two CKetrleS»\E. Conriii'ey todia^, rnade tliis he 'said as Rochester wished to hayejmen on bases, gave Rochester brief apd'lae^ia.annpunceurie'ut^ *:& iteturn game on June\ 14. This enough runs -to defeat Jersey City. ''IfniShtBr^^iw-wil^-ifew-r^sat-.^^ as Hpba*t4*w^-y^stp^aT~;to-..th6 openjag game \\\ fatjiTne^tm^ai-i^aiucB: and Ut- closes before that date. L^oie^aav^Qn.t stfy vjisit'. Tbe local -collegiaris- Tiave not been that maker up of the boat %«m be and^ defeated'so- far this^ season arid have' '^50»*t4e^h-fe\«pftkevUp-W to be a strong, ag^ •men -ejgh^^^alfi^--,will--tow, on.igr^ation^Eitijer ioghrey -or Btowe ! Lake^ Ca^gle. Saturday, evening. ;. J W JH pitch ahd If*they recelye' the sup-' After months of almost, complete port ^ ^ai they have haa' so far this secrecy deteite announcement isx ^ year should be able to hold Raches- that. the: H hie ^ £* the- two_-varsity '4^^^^ ^.. ^ h ^^ m ^ u _ b eights will \vieitL the Kd : Sa5rWi.ite|*;^^ i ^ s B ™J; - flB,am8 wiru De Wades in ijie initial' race of the season n for iliie^j&drnpUians, 1'he moico-up of called at 3 o'clock on the campus. the. eight, winch: Courtney Intirnatea, xnlgTat be changed even at this iaie date, fbllow.s: Bow, Toung; No. 2, ^hepara;\ No. S, Wipperman; No. 4* ^I&leyT'No, fr, Buckley; i<6.*6, Liiinell; 3^6., 7, Baldwin? - stroke Knight; cox- aVvaiii Marx \\ h , ?t eight beatififul eolctil Nothing to mix or fuM witter W w itaw JM wkt Kiimniiu «i h. ...., John M. Ctoi|r Wall Paper anl *&$ Geneva, % %, ?^;Byjacmse r St%yvi4-r<Nearly. 1,000 lis- tie devotees saw Georges- Carpentieg /JEuropean heavyweight boxin| : cham* plon ajtjd the idol of France,/give Jui«j» •Mefiarfia pTt.Helgium, a middleweight \iox«ir ah.artistic: drubbing la a thi*ee* 'round frrhfhitlnn hout -y the, Arena -p: last night. !The cleter French boxer displayed rare -tetent^ using • /Jabs. hooks, feints., upercutr and footwork ?o£a,hijKh, or.der fcdmiipbint, his Msky opponent. „ . ,* \ - '.Carpehtier \was feiveht an bviilon. ^hen he entfered the jrlijg.ana a tumult •M applause- greeted his perfornianpe, J ;%l'4h.>ras f that of the finished; arirstf Of-the roped arena,', , .i^ Areola Radiator-BoUcr The ideal heat for small homes! .••to' ,_,._ ...ate* fceatfcig ptotltiviss h^thful warmth to all rooms jind i&t0teoiMatitpessum tj&ll^-&^m&$^ tot town m wrdch it stands. Its surphu heat warma r f r mm-wtt>ut~0m- ,roo(p**hro^[aY <*&*- •.1% .j. .}• • •;• ij.- • •,'• «s» • 4, %j> .*> 4t • NATIONAL LEAGUE • „'-..\'\, •^^-*-|n*%T|r<*\-**^4'* * • ..• The filial score Was 7 ,.-..!..o i 1 i oooo o-^? *,.0 0,3 \» 0,0 i ft>^7.. of the series, tp 3.>6core: 'Jersey City , Rochegter ., - i.. » , —. Bisons Cop in Nj'nlh 'Buffald, itoy 14—tlie league lead- ihg Bisons staged another ^llli ..and wooly finish in the opening game of the series with the lyracuse Stars, yesterday, scoring four,runs in their half or the ninth s*nd puUing^ o Uj t a | GaUforalli hams',* pe'r* lb.^ , . , Meat*, 21© 21© © © 22 36 21 Making No' Predictions, This cre% , which . averages 167 3-S pounds,' has.\ teen beating the heavy? ivtirsity dally-With afi average Of 177 1>2. The .\Old Man\ considers the lighter of'the two eights: able to up Cincinnati; 14-—BentOn strong'with' runners on the bases yes terday and. the Champions were shut ?ut\ny ihe. Giants', 6- to 0. Fisher was wiid-itt the first inning, hut pitched well after, that, though hampered by wretched support. Lu<tue Was hit hoio Cornell traditions for winning pn-j hard in' the - last two rounds. The •the, water, but •will make- no predic- tions as to the race oh. Saturday. The. ttas bbea making better than erw average time In trial spins, 'it Is known rand close followers of Cornell rowing 'are confident thai the Dfhter crew will beabie to give the Tiger and Bulldog blade'wlelders the race ot their lives. .While absolutely no announcement has- been made as to the frcslmen «ight-that will roiwVit i» practfcaUy oertaln that when the men board. the, train for Princeton tonigat-it .will be the: light 'yearling eight that w4U em- , baric- 'IThis. crew,r,ave«iging only 161 pounds, has been trimrriing the heavy ^sBffiia, eight, regularly oh Cayuga iake.,though outweighed bx:fifteen, DOundX Looking, as one observer re T cehtly put It, like a \boatload of w*^k, iihgs,'; ihe eight has be.en rowing like giants and has given bdth of^the 'var- glly.ljoata scfrrj^.Jiatd fights for honors.. Lacroue Team To Tackle Cornell Tojrjay • • ' •• ' • —^t*^ - . ;••• -'• _ \. Today \fee Hobaft_ lacrosse *Wam wltt travel td Ithaca to meej. Cdrnelf ofl-Sheibroole^eid, *hia: MllJ^kt. after g^rounctuig to Brockel whille atr tempting to gejt out \of the way of-a pttch«a b'aiiv~ MOJFIII refused to al]bw the elaim,> of a p^ead haU.. Score \by 'innings'; •»••**• ' Boston »-.•,.0~2'.&0_Jt 0 0 0 Or-4 .tJk-3\: %&- IxMils'. ,.0 14 OySifl 2 2 *^9i 12>i ' Batbifiei-«BOiston, Oesptiger, Jones hnd O'Neill an4 OSwfet St. -liouiB, Haffies'and Ctemons. ably be a hard game fof the local col- legians as tl^ey are st«l feeJlng. the effects of the game with Syracuse team last Wettnesday. Hobart.., met Cornell m their first game this sea-; son and held them to ft tle^jcore, so both teams'will be out to wjii. Later in the season Cornell defeated Har- vard 10-1 who had beaten Hobart the Saturday before. The local team has •mown an all around. improvement Bince then, however, espeolally in their i*me with Syracuse* • Hohart •will start the game without Brower who played, a \#ale*' of a game on . the, defense last Wednesday, Brower — tore the- ligaments m the-rear 6tJiLi •avW fe« le£T during the first part of the Syracuse gamo, but managed to, flhlsfi out the game. He will not be in t?ondittdn to start With the team oi thelf southern trjlp., Ypsterda? Coach . Fttssgerald gave. hia athletes a niueh needed r«st, as nearly all have minof Injuries of one «rt or another. The line-up tor\ the Cornell game will tie the sahte as that which ••tarted the Syracuse game, with flie extSeplioa of Brdi«ef who irtB \ orpoahly D» »pJ»C*a W Doran. B«*d tlia W*»t Ail*,' Wb«X «•/ *H- fielding__oftBurns was a ifeature: Score by innings: - - * New York .:•$ 0 0,1 0 0 0 0 3^-6 10 0 Cincinnati . .0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— tt 7 4 • Battpries---New York, fiehton and Snyder;*'\ Cincinnati, Fisher, tuque and Lariden and jAllen. victory hy a count of 6 to 6, The game was replete with features, among them being Schulto's homer In the opening inning with the ; baso^ full, Barney's double In the ninth with 4ho -sacks ipadod andt gilhooloy's steal of home with the tleing run. Carruth- ers was knocked Off th.e hill in the opening round before a. man was re- tired jind Jaynes pitqhed a fine ball fot tlie Bisons during the; remainder of the contest, seere: Syracuse ».,,,.. ,4 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0--5 Buffalo 0 1 0 0 0100 4-46 14© v. Orossed Beef ............. Veals, per lb Fowls, per lb. .' Pork, per lb •3RAINS, ETC. (Quotations frorfa Oavtson's) Cornmeal, pe rton ........80.0( J@85.00 Chop Feed, jper ton 80iO0®S5.O0 Onts, per bu. .'. 1.25© 1.35 Wheat, per bu 2.50® 3.00 Barley, per bu ...,.,,..../ 1.50@ 1.76 9 ROCHESTER PRO.DUCE Rochester, May 14— LIVE POlJXiTRr Chickens, per lb 35 Turkeys, per lb ........ Bucks, per lb 32 Geese, per lb 20 FRESH DRESSED POrLTRV 'Turtieya. per lb .i.i..* ; fiO @ Chickens, per ib .....* 40/ -©-- Fowls, per lb ......... 35 @ 40 Ducks, per lb v ........ -.. @ 42 •Geese, per lb .......... ,, @ 30 ....... ... . pRjrfaH MEATS , \foals per cwt ...... .:..-.22 00@24 00 Beef, dressed, per cwt.. IE 00@22 00 \^prfhg lamb, per cwt ....85 00@38 00 Straight, pigs,, per. ewt ..16 oo@22 0,c • SMOKED MEATS AND LAB3> - TBacon, per lb. .......... @ 35 Ham, per Ib. @ 35 © 22 @ 40 ©241-2 ©. © 40 @ 35 @ 22 ~fl roosters, 20o; geese, 18@22 l-2c. COTTONSEED OrL-lHitrker flrm.^ Spot, $ 19.50@20.00 ; crude, $lfi.|0@li|, ' PETROLETJM — Market Bteady, Crude Pennsylvania, 'fO.'lOr \' • TURPENTliSE—Market steady, 452.- 45. WOOL—Market lulea ^flrmfBomes- tic fleece 3CS;, Ohlij, 68e@|lj0«; do, pulled, scoured basis, 60o©$1.79 do, Texas, scoul-M hasiC 8fce#J1.92 T . — HIDES—Market- ruledti- quiet; Na» fives, 35^) 36c; brandeg ^jteers,^ SJ©j 37c. • Stt Loui* Upaot* Brivea St, .Lbuis,\'fkiay* 14*--St. Lpuis broke BoStdii's 'Wlnrtin^;; sffealt by winnjng yesYeifdiy?s igtini^ 9- td 3. Smith put the.lpcafs in.'the lead in.the fifth jn- nirig,\ wheij he. Jl^e-'the ball Uato the right .\fleld^bleacherjs; scoring iialnes, ^hB>WSfngied;*aheaa plr^unTMc^ Henry- was put out of the game 'by •amJpiffi^6rano|ii^ the %iicth - inning' for argument wneh he-,wa8 culWd out Dried beof r per lb Lard, In tierces ...\ VEGETABLES Asparagus ,.........! 25® 1 50 Beets, new, dos. bchs. '....1 00® 1 25 Beet Greuus, bu.-rrrrrr. .1 EOtf 1 W Cabbage, Sout'rn, pr. crt. © 6 50 Carrots- do, bushel ., 1 50®'1 \5 Celery, per, dozen 1 40@ 1 50 . do. large b'dtes, 6s doz 2 70 @ 2 76 Cucumbers, hotbo-se, doz. '2 75(g) 3 00 STRAW ,(per 100 - pomulsV-'-Markei weak. Rye, $ 1.40@1.5O . _;___. , HOPS <19*l9>—Market ruled easy. Prime to choice->l.'O0f*.06r»\%aclilo Coast; prime ^p^choic^^qOjy^S Live Stock MarKet\'\?-\ East BufralQ^May,^^^^!^—Ke ceipts 37B head. Seavy ruled; steady; sales shlppirtg 'steers* 'at \$i3.B»@14 00, butchers' at $9, 06@13.60 , yearlings at $ 12.00@14.O0 , heifers at $6.00 at U.OOr 4 ^cows at I^OOr^llO^O;\ biifia M Tfl 0fl©_ 10,50 and stockers aad-feeders <at Vt 50 @10:00. s « CALVES—Receipts 900 head. Ma,p. kef values 26c.bigier;. sales at \f« 00© 16.25 ahd-a'^ew''at*#t5^0; , ''•' •\••£ HOGS—Beceipts S,20O-head, .Mar- ket values I6ig)25c lower; sales heavy at *l5.0fl@lK50Lmrs*ea\afW.*otkters at 516.00, Ifehfr Yorkers: at Ji5.76jg?16 00,- pigs at $ 15.60@i5.75 , roughs at- ^12,.00 ©12.50 and'stags' at flMdffidM? SHEEP AND l^ASIBS-rjEsesipts 2,- 000 heads Xambs 25o lower; others 50o lower; slles lanibs at ' jl'.OOfti.DO, a few at J18:75, yeailiriga ai .$±2>OXI@i«,— wethers atm,6jB@,J i j i 4,00; ,e,wes at it ©13.00 and mixed sheep at \0300© **&>*• • • -'---*—g •A 55 Toronto, Hay li^Qttinn's wildness' ana -three hits i n the eighth Inning Of yesterday's game netted' Baltimore; three runs ahd gave them the opening contest of the series by a scoife o'f 4 to 3. In the nintli inxiirtg Toronto; had the bases full -with nobody out, but were finable to come .through with a hit In spite of the fatit that tt was the head of the batting: or/d^r wnlcii faced bgden. Today's lass ijj&aka'the. Leafs' winning streak of eight straight^ games. The weather w»sj>ijt.teriy col4 arid entirely unfit for basebalh Scpre: Balttmore 0 0 1 0 0 Q 0 3 0 Toronto ..... 2 0 0 © 01 0^0 «—3 t AI«S«na*fi| Wins Anoth*r CTiic^d7ikayl$--GroVef Alexander won ^ls -sixth straight garde of* the sea^prfc^eRteirday,, When Ghfeagd de- feated Brooklyn, 2 to 1, although oujt- hlt by tl»e visitors. Elliott's ..single gave,the ^si|qn» their lofte ruh. Two passes, with a. hit between ana a sac- rifice fly. (save Chicago the winning run, scp)Pe.i»y innings: ffrooklytt .'.Y.0,.0. 0 0 i 0 0 0 0, —1 ft 2< Chicago\ »-t**0 «» 0 0,1 0 110 Hi.!, j Batteriefei-Chicago^Alexan.der-,. and mitefef; BrdoTtiya, Weffer ana Elliott. - ii-.'yi-.iihTftM-.tjiijj-ir 'V'V\. y_ Will Reiurh* Horte Racing in Do- ™ ~ •\ • • ••. J» •*. . T?U*nips, per basket .... 80 do, rutabagas, mi.... 70 Vegetable: oysters; per doz • bunches ............. 45 Watercress, doz. bchs.. '•-,- COUNTBt PRODUCE •f-feutter, dairy, per l b ...... 550 Mm pet dpien ......... 45@ do, poultry farm'•*.•.\..?* 4f-@ 45® ^prtngprs,' per lb *.,,,..,.. , , @ ^toward the end |±a columfflfiuaje divtar, JuCkS, per lb er ed 4 vertically by a sttatt gaf oftff^'gu -^ r l - D0CUMENT HELDM SACRED Scroll of the Law, Most Preclou* Pon- •esclori of the SamafTtani, It ' \ Rarely Exhibited.-*- The most precious document of the Samaritans fs thefr Scrpffof fh^aW.'^PoWis, per lb The scr6ll Is-Bome flftf feet longhand- '\\\\ racing wlli , be. resumed in Canada today WhPri t&i'Xa^^BoS4l'<i^«u!Jli.^«^' opens. \Dhis meetfht thanguralerihe* season of the-tr*#«>*iiinde# ,ih*>ipaj*)s adian Racing Association whicfr are located in Mpat.»^rc<ttftw|,:'Toir|^td,- Bjtuniltoiif ^tt.^rt«'- : «ni ; Whj\dso\rj'-'.;; coiumhus » t :m ,f nm>-'i:-' •\' ,'fzry;? : ; . 't^srIfti^% S! <»i^-<«^*>:t^^ i?5,i-> ''•<.lS...i?;_.L'.. 1 *|pi.^#. JLS occurring between tfto letters of Che lame word. The ^idarI^Bs>iiifcfieiH: that the scroll was written by. Ablshna, the great-grandson of Aaron, In fide eariy days of the entrBJU® lnt«^C!ji> naan. Although this remote origin is not allowed the scroll by students, If Is nevertheless believed f» hi iliS'nTost\ , ancient copy of the l*ehtateach.»- 'So Jealously euardeft 38 tbts.8c|oK t%9$ fe# n0h-Samaiitapii have ever,. seen It, and many Samaritana theftiv selves have not seen it excepbas I t Is exhibited on rare occasions) at feasts, Montreal, Ifay Iv4-4After a three- Mlled\np\ and cpverM with i slikeit year suspensipiiLdue.tp: the WM, hpriie: doth and *ith but Onsi ^oltfWn «ac-* posed. The scroll has been photo* rraphed and published for the benefit of ^Hebrew scholars. The photograph wiui -mm from 0ttctt«'%ia K wm ^^^•^hmumi^kmi -xtifcL. shew do, shipped in JSttdlve, per dozen ... Horseradish, per lb. ... ICafe, per bushel .,.,.., Xietnce^ common .,.,.. Mint .................. Onions, dr^i Per bu ..... \do' per i b .......... do. green, doz. bnchs do, T»aias, per crte .. do. Bermuda, bbl .... Parsley, pei doz. ^chs.. Parsnips, per bushel .., \ \Si 'basket ........... Potatoes, per bushel . dp. F'lorlRi, ...,. RaaishesV p\er doz. 8 00 @ 20@ 23 ® 1 26 60© 65 • • © ,. 2 00® 3 00 r @ 7 1-2 20 © 26 @ 4 00 .... @ .... 30 @ 35 1 50® 1 75 . 1 2501 50 . .4 2S@4 50 18 00® bchs... 30® .35 Bhubarb, indoor,, aoz. ehs. 35® 60 pinach, per lb. 1 50® 1 60 atOOSi P0r- lb --...-.rrre-' - ^@~ SI* 90 80 ••*••»*• 50 30 60 48 50 48 65 Maple Syrupy Heyf, 'gat , r ©3.25 NEW YORK MARKET. s*4i- New York. May IS, FLOUR—Market ruled dull Spring patents, *i4.75@15.75;- clears, |11;06# 12,00; winter straights, $12,00©13.00. WHEAT-rMarket weak. Spot No. 2 *§tt .winter, |3.20, e. \J. f. track New Tterk, export basis. CORN—Market firm. No. 2 yellow, \# 1-4; NP. 3 yellow, $2.18 1-4, ~ -OATS---Market rulpd 'firm. All grades^$li48 nominal. / RYE—Market firm. No. 2 Western, $1.67 1-*: BARLEZ—Market' ruled firm. No. 2 'Western, $ 1.90@1.98 ; c. 1. f. New York export -feeding, 44 lbs., $1.80, & 1. f, New York export, BEEF—Market ruled steady. l?am- •*', ^OBTBS-Afarket ruled quiet. Mess, $42100 S-4@43.00 ; nominal; family, 50 $&$$!& nominal. .,..\•\• ^i,LAtja>--Market firm. City, 20c, nom- mh tarWt firm. Middle Weafe $21.40 J^^gfePJ^^teMl^^f: ^y^OW^Market. ruled -dulOiiy ^^^^^M^^^^^^ffS^^MM^^mmX lodsej special Hay and Straw Markets.- New York, May 13—In Manhattan offerings of hay are libepal, .tcade Is holding off \and the market is easy and lbwer. In Brooklyn very llttfii hay ob- tainable and prices, averaging at least\ $2 per ton above. 83d street shed. Ry« straw plenty ani* easyr^tlaTstraw in active demand and--firm.- •---<• HAY PER a;ON-I*ARGE BAXUS No. 1 timothy $61 00@)62 0* No. 2 ................... 58 00@CO_09 No.- § 65 O0@57 00 Shipping ........_..i.._ 50 O0@64 0* Faiicy light clover, mixed v...@ ... No. 1 clover, mixed ,,..,.,.,,.,,.(§) ... No. 2 clover, mixed ...,@ , .^ STRAW PER TON iSto. 1 rye .$22.0j)#23 00 No, 1 oat 24 00@25 0$ Boston, May . 13—HAY—Market firm; sales No. 1 timothy $48#M9 No. 2 timothy at $42<@HS. ^No. 2 Eabtern at $40®}4f. N'b. 3 ' Hay at >36@$38 t (Jlover ~ mixed\ at '•\ W.Off®$12.00 and flna hfay at { 26.00@J39.0O . Rya straw quoted at $27@$28 straw at $23@>$24. and eat Fruits and Vegetables. Philadelphla'.'May 1» POTATOES—Per cwfc, .$6J10@7 25. ONIONS-lPer crate, $ 2.25@3.25 APPLES—Per bbl., $ 6JOO@12.50 CABBAQaHPer crate. |5.50@7 00. Boston, May 12. POTATGES^Per cwt., $6'.'76@ 7 50. ONlONS--rP6r crate, $ 3.00@3.50 AP^tES—Per. bbh, J5.00@ll.O0 I^TTTJCIS—Per^'box,' ftM@3M CABBAGE—Per bbl., ?5.00#&50 .... C|ey.elan,| K .J«:ay II POTATOES—-Per cwt, $7.60©8 DO. APPLES^-Per bb!., ,»l2.00®$13 00 ONiONSj-rTexas, ca:atej»2,5jl)@2 7S» CABBAGE—Per bbl;, $ 6.06@5.50 - * - •' •»•efalcagof 1 »Way 12. POTATOES- ! r-Bei„,GK± s ,„ tlS$®l 60. CABBAGE---New, per crate, $30001 ONtOKS*-»aJej(as,-per eralje, $20Ofl| 2.75. ' -->B»*f*y.>\ Markets..- - Buffalo, May 12-^BARI.ET--Mark«|^ ruled dull; 46rlb. barley, luay^or Tuna shipment quoted at $1.90*9136, c, 1, f, Bueaio, •'''•»«, Chicago, Ma'y 14-VgARt,EYJ-Marlc«r -M atronj; malting quoted at $l.C5©L»0li 7*p NOW York, May 12—EAHLBt~-M«3r- ket Bteady; feeding quoted at $1.80 an4 , ,., matting at $fcM©^l,99, f. 0. t»., New - if York, afloat. •m- : mmM: : -. S*«d Market, - Buffalo, Tgxjt i?- i -'3fitnoihy» chokuv- $B. : 86©«.10; clover, red, choice, $30 00 ©33.00; alfalfa, $28.oo©z4,00; alslktt, COFFEE—Market easy; II points $i0.00©H.OO per butbel.

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