Here is a match game between Prince Sergey Urusov and Ignatz Kolisch shortly before the club was closed. The match result was spit 2-2. Kolisch also played Shumov and beat him 6-2. Shumov's one win, a stodgy defense against the Evans Gambit follows.
[Oddly, chessgames.com gives 8 games of Kolisch vs. Shimov. The St. Petersburg match is the only contest the two players had to which I could find any reference. If the games at chessgames.com are all the match games, they show Kolisch winning the match 7-1. Rod Edwards of Edo Historic Chess Ratings helped me look into this. He found a news item given by Herr Lowenthal in his chess column in the Era in Sept. 21, 1862 that confirms the match went 6-2 in Kolisch's favor.]