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PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. PRICE ONE CENT. $H
TEEMER AND GAUDAUR.
heady for the Great Race on
Lake Maranacook To-Morrow.
Both Men Thoroughly Pleased With Their
Training by the Lake.
(i The Evening- World Correapondent Talk
With Doth Oarsmen To-Day Teenier la
the Beet of Trim and Confident of Tic
tory Gaudanr Juat na Bare of Winning
liven Money on the Contestants.
FECIAL TO III BVEKIHO WORLD.)
Wntinnop, Me., Oct. 20. The interest
manifested by tho inhabitants of Winthrop
and, in fact, every place that The Evening
World correspondent passed through on hit
waytoLako Maranacook, in tho approach,
ing championship contest between John,
Teemer, of MoKeesport, Fa., and Joke
Oaudaur, of St. Louis, is -warmed up to a
Tho attendonoo to-morrow promises to
reach 10,000, and no pains have been spared
to make the excursion a very pleasant ono
for those that will come to witness tho great
rowing contest. The Evening Would
reportor arrived at Maranacook this
morning, and, on 'entering Teemer's quar
ters, found Wallace Boss, looking hale and
hearty, engaged in sewing buttons on his
coat. Plaisted was peering into tho well
known chest that has shared his troubles on
many a trip. Teemer, who had been stroll
ing around tho grounds, came in, and In re
sponse to a question, soidt
" I never felt better in my life, and if I
can't win to-morrow, thon it is becauso tho
othor man is faster. I havo done somo good
work since I came down here, and, unless I
fall oil very fast, you will see me do somo
rowing to-morrow that will startle you. Of
course, we aro awaro that Oaudaur is also
rowing fast, but I think that old score must
bo settled up, and this is about the time to
" Last season ho had quite a soft thing of
it in his races with me, and no doubt con
tinues to think that he will do it over again.
Ho may and may not. I liko my training
quarters very well and Mr. Swan, the pro
prietor of the hotel at which wo are stopping,
bos beon very kind to as."
Plaisted thon entered into tho conversation
by sayingthat thero were heaps of troublo
between Teemertown and Gaudaurtown, on
account of some things that Itoss had said in
regard to Poter Conloy's rowing. Boss
asked Oonley if he was trying to row fast
about a week ago, when they went on the lake,
and Conley replied that he was. Thea Boss
said that Oonley worked harder and got less
speed out of his boat than any manno eter
saw. How nothing short of a match race or
blood will satisfy the Portland men. The re
lations between Toomer and Gaudnur are of
tho most friendly kind, as only the usual
feeling of rivalry exists between them.
Toomor then called the writer's attention
to-his new Buddock shell, which ho had on
tho reek, and a finer piece of workmanship
would be hard to find and said i
" There is the boat that I defeated Hanlan
with, and I thought that her equal could not
bo produced, yet this last ono that ho built
mo is lighter and faster. I have given them
both a good trial and the new one is tho
better. So I will use her to-morrow in my
race with Gaudaur."
It was then onnouncod that 9.80 had ar
rived) the tirao for takin" tho usual morning
walk, and Teemer at onco prepared to go out
for a short tramp to accommodate the writer,
who was anxious to hove a chat with Gaudaur.
Tho party walked up the track in the dirction
of Winthrop, where Jako is boarding, and
during the journey tho writer had a good
chance to judge- how confident Tcemor is of
Victory. He is in perfect condition and
weighs ICG pounds in his rowing costume.
On tho way up tho track, which runs par
allel with tho lako, ho pointed out tho
quarter, half mile and milo and one-half
courses and figured out just how he expected
to stand at each point.
Ab the one and one-half milo buoy was
reached, which marks tho turn of tho course
to bo rowed to-morrow, Teemer and Boss re
traced their steps toward the boat-house for
tho purpose of taking a spin.
Gaudaur was found looking after his boat,
which George Lee and Poto Oonley wore
rubbing down and polishing. Jako had on
a light summer coat and a scarf around his
nock, and certainly looked in great form.
Gaudaur turned to Tub Evening Woeld man,
" I have been looking for that cold that
everybody sold I was sure to got down here,
but so far I havo managed to pull through all
right. I nover had so much satisfaction out
of a courso of training in my boating career as
I have bad in this ono. I havo not missed
a row all the time that I have been here, and
as for my health, it never was better. Tho
cool air doesn't soem to trouble mo any. In
fact, I rather like it, as I can go to work with
a will, and I get some satisfaction out of it."
James Koenan and Peter Duryea, Tcomer's
backers, and J. A. St. John, of St. Louis,
Gaudaur's baoker, have not yot arrivod, al
though they will be here late thiB afternoon.
Thero is considerable even monoy on tho
result of the race.
JAEEWELL SUTPEB TO SULLIVAN.
The Champion la Entertained by a Few Boa
bt-zcial to Tins ktinino world.
Boston, Oct. w. A few of the best and moat In
timate friends of the champion, John L. Bulllvan,
were invited to the honso of Bylvlo Gookln, No. SO
j Illchfleld street, Mcctlng-Uouse mil, last evening.
Only about thirty-live people wero present, half of
j this number being of the gentler sex.
Among the familiar faces seen were the Cham
's ; plon's lather and mother, Jack Ashton, Bjlvlo
, uookln and wife, John Harriet and wife, John Con
: nors and wife, Nick Marshall and wife, James
Dully, John Bolster and wife, Mrs. Mary Lamen
and daughter. Capt. Abbott. Ned Ilayrtcn. John
H. Newman, Win. J. Conley, Larry Kennedy,
Johnny Doles, William Uogarty, Bob Callahan,
, Mr, Lcnnon and wife, Al Stlcknej, Dick Uookln
J Harry Kendall, Denny Morris and Mrs. Newman.
! Arrangements havo been made by Sullivan's
j frlcnda to accompany the steamer on which he will
, sail and several tugs have been charted for that
J I purpose. One of them will carry a brass cannon
J 3 unda salute of sixty-two guns will bo tired as tho
'I steamer passes the escorting fleet which will go
J j down to the Boston Light.
A Wllllitff to Let Duulop (Jo.
, President John B. Day, of the Now YorkBase-
I Hfek lmU Clul'' Ue,lle'1 ,n,s morning tho report that be
I had made any overtures to Detroit for the salo of
I Bunlap, the crack second baseman of
I ;Se Wolverines," and said, furthermore.
:C .no on"er would be made for him by
B the New York Ball Club. Mr. Day added, how-
e'er, that Detroit would undoubtedly be willing
to let Dualan go, for be had not given satisfaction
for some time oa account of his kicking proclivities.
U0BERT aAKRETT ON 1118 TRAVELS.
Arrival nt Ht. 1'iiul In flood Health and
Hpirlte He Need a Lone Iteat.
(arxciAL to the sviNixa world, 1
St. Paul, Oct. 28. Bobert Gnrrett and his
party reached here last night. Dr. Barnard,
who has charge of tho details of the
trip, said that Mr. Garrett was simply
carrying out a long entertained projoct to
visit tho I'acifio const nnd tho City of Mex
ico, while ho was froo from important cor
poration uud business interests.
Begarding Mr. Garrett's health, Dr. Bar
nard said: "I do not know a man who
I assesses a finer physiquo or better
icalth than Mr. Garrett enjoys to
day, but ho inherits from his father
tho characteristic of largo blood vessels in
tho head. Mr. Garrett's family and friends
have been solicitous to protect him from on
attack of congestion of the brain or brain
fovor, of which ho has been in imminent
peril for some timo. "
DEMOCRATS FOR NIC0LL.
An Organization Farmed nnd a Mass-DIcetlnff
to Ue Held.
A numbor of prominent Democrats who
resent Boss Power's methods mbt this morn
ing at the offlco of William E. Curtis, at
William stroot, and formed an Independent
Democratio Kicoll and Martine Organiza
tion. Arrangements havo been mado to establish
headquarters to-morrow in the neighborhood
of Madison square and to hold a mass-meeting
nt Cooper Union on Friday evening next.
It is expected that Samuel I). Babcock will
preside and that Gcorgo William Curtis. Jo
seph II. Choato, Gen. Francis O. Barlow,
Horaco E. Deming and other prominent gen
tlemen will speak.
Tho call for the meeting, with an author
ized list of speakers, will be published in tho
CHARGED WITH SWINDLING.
Two Women Ttrlnsr Qaeer Accuaatlona Against
Each Other In Court.
Mrs. Holen E. M. Shaw, of 158 West Fifty
fourth street, appeared as complainant in tho
Yorkvillo Police Court this morning against
Pearl L. Metcalf, twenty-four years old,
living at the Hotel Boyal, whom
she charged with the larceny of
8800 by trick and device. Both women aro
related to tho Metcalf family, of Boston.
Mrs. Shaw charged that she gave Miss Met
calf $300 to bet on horse races with.under tho
distinct understanding that A. J.Cassatt was to
furnish thetips. She claims that Mr. Cassatt
know nothing of the arrangement, and that
the whole operation was a Bwindle. Miss
Metcalf denies the charge and makes counter
charges of blackmail. The case will go on
MONTREAL GOOD ENOUGH FOR THEM.
Moloney to Build Seven Houses, DcLacy Buys
One and Deinpaey to Go Into Bualncaa.
(special to tbk xvnmra wobld.
Moimuox Oct. 20. The" boodlers have
mado up their minds to locate here perma
nently. Billy Moloney has contracted for seven cut
stone houses on Sherbrook street, which will
cost about $10,000 each.
DeLacy has bought the house in which ho
lives for $15,000, and Dempsoy is soon to go
INQUEST ON THE DEAD DYNAMITER.
Identified ne Cohen, au American Asaoclato
of Huapecte A l'lot DIecIoaed.
bpzcial chile to tub ktinino would. 1
London, Oct. 26. The coroner's Inquest held on
the body of tho American found dead In South
wark, and believed to be a dynamiter, has led to
the ldcntitlcatlon of the man. Ills name la Cohen,
Tho disclosures made at tho Inquest leave little
doubt that outrages were planned for the week of
tho Queen's Jubilee, and that there la a plot on
foot to kill Mr. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ire
land, on hla visit to Birmingham In November.
A newspaper cutting referring to a rumor that
an attempt would bo made to assassinate Mr. Bal
four at Birmingham has been found In tho pocket
of Michael Ilawklns.
Testimony taken abowed that Cohen was a con
stant visitor at the house of Melville, the London
agent of the Clan-na-Oael, alao that he consorted
In America with Michael Hawking, living at No.
1939 North Second Street, Philadelphia, and with
Stack, O'Malley and other men the London
police know to he members of the Clan-na-Gacl.
Tho evidence so far, however. Is Insufficient to
Justify tho making of any arrests here. It wag
proved trut the man's death was due to bronchitis,
and a verdict wag given that he died from natural
To-morrow's programme at tho North Hud
son Driving Park is as follows
Purse $200 for maidens of all ages; three-quarters
of a mile.
Telegraph 118 Sliver Star 110
BurgundU lis Valor 110
Trade Dollar. 116 Comus I.... 110
ElMahdi USTccol 00
Mahnetu lit Auditor SO
Commotion 110 Highland Mary 8T
Mlcawbcr 110 Spring Eagle 87
Alia Liu 110
Purse, $800, for all ages; one mile.
Fred. Davis loo Neptnns M
Bay Rebel loo Tantivy M
Musk S Leopold 80
Grand Duko 96 Lea 90
Sweety c Campbell 80
Boy Boy - 84
Purse two, for all ages; selling allowances;
LB. I Lb.
Pilot 104 Hermitage .. 83
Frollo 104 Tony Pastor 83
Queen of Hearts lw.Hrlir 96
llanero lM'JIm Brennau 94
Sumner loo Wltcu 84
Craftlo lootuut 80
Purse $200, for all uges: selling allowances;
three-quarters of a mile.
Voucher moiilnaro loo
Mute Ill Pilot 100
Becky B 110 Battledore 100
Clatter 107 Kdltor 100
Pagan 10J Bonnie Boucho 100
Hultor i losltoalere 100
Change luolLlttle Mlckty 80
Iurae $200. for all age, to carry 23 lbs. above
the scale: selling allowances; nille and a quarter
over live hurdles.
ElMahdi US Oakland lsu
Jim Carllfe m Black Tom J
Knar MI Curlew 1W
Euil'ltii.... 18 King Victor 118
ltoiheater 1M Koti Simmons 118
Tallyrand 18 Goblin 118
Sea Foam 120
Baclng will begin at 2 r. U. sharp.
John It. Cornell Dead,
John B. Cornell, senior member ofthe Iron firm
of J. D. A J. M. Cornell, of this city, died at Lake
wood! N. 3, , this morning. Death, was due to an
attack ot bronchitis.
AT IVY CITY'S TRACK.
Second Day( of the National
Jookoy Club's Mooting.
The Woathor Showery and Cold, with Wraps
1 and Overcoats Welcomo,
Great Racine net we en McLaughlin and
GorrUon Jimmy Ueata Starveaant with
Klngiton, bnt the Snapper Tleata Han
over with Eollnn Tho Other Itneca Won by
Fordham, Itlchmond, Knight of Elleralle.
Judgtt F. HolUnnhetd, F. M. Dranty god F. M.
TimirtVT. P. Ilnrch ind W. B. Jannlnsa.
TetaryII, I). Mclntrn.
Blartir-J. F. Caldwell.
SPICtAL TO THX KTTNtHO WORLD.
Ivt City Bade Track, Washington, Oct.
20. This is tho second day of tho National
Jockey Club races. It 1b is a cola, gray,
Kovemberish kind of day, with heavy wraps
and overcoats docidodly a comfort. Tho
wind is from tho cast, which brings at fre
quont intervals spitofnl little showorr of
rain that blow directly into tho standi Tltero
is a large attendance, howevor, including
many ladies, aiid tho track, although damp, is
Tho feature of tho racing to-day was tho
duel, as it were, botween McLaughlin and
Garrison. They riding against each othor
in tho third and fourth races, "Jim
my" on Kingston and Hanover,
and tho "Snapper" on Stuyvcsant
nnd Eolian. Tho fight was a drawn ono.
McLaughlin winning with Kingston, while
Eolian beat Ilauover. McLaughlin, how
ever, had somo consolation, as ho had pre
viously ridden tho winners of tho first and
second races, Fordham and Bichmond, and
roda tho last on tho Knight of Ellerslie.
Purse tsoo.for two-year-olds; entrance,$is each,
to the second: selling allowances; horses entered to
bo sold for $2,500 to carry full weight; nine en
tries; three-quarters of a mile.
BwyerI)ros.rbr. o. Fordham, by Falsetto, dam
Semper Vive, 113 (J. McLaughlin) 1
nita 11,102 (Church) t
Vance, 103, car. 107 (Vincent) 8
Alveda. 92 (Armstrong) o
Golden Heel, 82 (alike) 0
Itegulus, 100, car. 103 (Itallcrty) o
Janet Murray, c.,115 (Garrison) o
Flight, f., 82, car. 84 (Neumeyrr) o
Time 1.1GW. Betting 11 to 10 agaluht Ford
ham, 7 to 6 Heta It., 6 to 1 Vance, o to 1 each
Itegulus, the Janet Murray colt, the Flight Ally,
25 to 1 Golden Keel, SO to 1 Alveda. For,a place 6
to on Fordham, 2 to 1 on IUta H. , 8 to s agalnat
Vance, s to 1 Bcgnlus, G to 1 Golden Hot, 8 to 1
each the Janet Murray colt and Plight filly, 10 to
1 Alveda. .Action PooU-rFordham, 45; IUta H.,
tss; Vance, $1C; the field, $s. '
The Race. Vance had tho best of tho start,
with Alveda second, and at the bnlf ho led by
a length and n half from Fordham, who wns
a head in front of Itegulus. On tho lower
turn Vance began to drop back,
and at tho three-quarters ho was
lapped by Golden Beel, with Fordham
and Bita It. close up. McLaughlin waitod
with Fordham until well into tho straight,
when he camo away, winning by two lengths,
Bita R. second, a length and a half in front of
Vanco, followed by Begulus and Golden
Beel. Mutuols paid 9.70.
Handicap Sweepstakes, for all ages, at $25 each,
$5 If declared, with $coo added, of which f 150 to
the second; 7 entries; mile and u furlong.
Both A Co.'s b. h, Itlchmond, , by Virgil, dam
Alert, 111 (McLaughlin) 1
Wilfred, 83 (Palmer) 2
Banner Bearer, 100, car. 102. (Martin) 8
Frank Ward, 104 (Church) o
Lclex, 122 (I. Murphy) o
Nellie B, 0, car. 91 (Kane) 0
Jtoyal Arch, lis (iuffcrty) o
Tlmo 1.57. Betting Even money Bichmond, 8
to 5 against Lelex, B to l Frank Ward, 8 to l ltoyal
Arch, 25 to leach Wilfred and Banner Bearer, 40
to 1 Nellie B, For a Place Lclcx and Itlchmond
barred, even money Frank Ward, 8 to 1 ltoyal
Arch, 10 to 1 each Willed, Banner Bearer and Nel
lie B. Auction Poolg Lelex, 25; Bichmond, $20;
Frank Ward, $11; the field, 88.
The Jiace.'To a good start Frank Ward ran
out and passed tho stand two lengths in front
of Nellie B., who was followed by Wilfred
and Bannor-Benror. On tho turn Nellie B.
ran up and collared Frank Ward. Wilfred
soon after joined them, and in the run down
the back he took the lead, passing tho
half post a length in front of Nellio
B., she a neck in front of Frank Ward and
Bichmond. Wilfred increased his lead to
two lencrths in tho run round tho turn, which
advantago ha held at the throo-quarters.
Bichmond then mado his run and coming
on won by two lengths, Wilfred second, tho
somo distance in front of Banner Bearer ;
Frank Ward fourth, Lelex last, buck jump
ing almost from tho start, Mutuols paid
Anacosta stakes, for three-year-olda,at$25 each,
play or pay, with $900 added, of which $200 to the
second; winners of any sweepstakes of the valuo
of $8,0e0 to carry 12 lb. extra; horses not having
won In 1887 a race of the value of $l,6o0 allowed
Sib., of $1,000 allowed 7 lb., maidens 10 lb.; 28
subscribers. Mile and a furlong.
Dwyer Bros.'sbr. c. KIngBton, by Spendthrift,
dam Kahanga, 118 (J. McLaughlin) 1
S. S. Brown'sb. c. Stuyveaant, by Glengarry,
dam Dublin Belle, 118 (Garrison) I
Tlmo 1. 5Ctf . Betting 4 to 1 on Kingston, 8 to 1
agalnat Stuyveaant. No place. Pools Kingston,
$100; Stuyveaant, $22,
27ie Race. The two got away on even terms,
when Stuyvcsant went to tho front, leading
past tho stand by a length. Garrison at onco
began to force tho paco and at tho quartor
was two lengths in front of Kingston. Thon
"Jimmy" moved up and at tho half
tho fnvorito was at Btuyvesant's quar
ter, lie improved his position inch
by inch, and at tho turn into the stretch thoy
wero even. Garrison thon began riding, but
Jimmy kept still gaining, and, with tho great
est coolness, ho continued so to tho end,
Kingston winning amid great enthusiasm by
a neck, which was repeated in cheers when
McLaughlin camo back to the scales. Mutu
els naid S0.15.
Purse $500, for three-year-oldg and upward, at
$19 each to the second; winner of the brat race,
first day, to carry B lb. more than then carried;
non-winners In 18S7 of $7&, allowed 5 lb. ; of $sno,
10 lb. ; nou-wtnners In 1S87 allowed 17 lb. ; 7 en
tries; seven furlongs.
McMabon A Garrlaon'a br. c. Eolian, 4, by
Eolug, dam Calash, 118 (Uarrison) 1
Hanover, 118 (MuLaughllu) 2
Mamie Hunt, 105 (Martin) 8
Theodoslua, 105 (KafTerty) 0
Time !.;. Betting s to 8 on Hanover, 7 to 6
agalnat Eolian, 15 to l Mamie Hunt, and AOtol
Thcodoalita. Noplace. Poola Hanover, $25; Kollan
$14; the Meld, $2.
The Race. As soon as tho flag fell Mamlo
Hunt Jumped away with a rush, opening a
gap of four lengths to tho quartor, ith
Eolian second, a neck in front of Hanover.
At the half Mamie Hunt was three lougths in
front of the others, but site began to
come back and at tho throe-quarters
sho only led by a length uud n
half from Hanover, ho lapped by Eolian.
Tho instant they wero straight Garrison
brought Kollan away witli a rush, and, amid
much excitement, ho won by three lengths.
Hnnovor just saved tho placo by a head from
Matnio Hunt, with Thuodosius beaten off.
Mutucls paid $12.75.
Purse $500, for three-year-olds and upward at
$15 caoh, to the second ; selling allowances;
horses entered to bo sold for $1,000 to carry full
weight; 13 entries; ono mile.
Wooding A Co. 'a ch. h. Knight of Elleralle, 8,
by Kolua, dam Llzilu llazlcwood, log, car.
Ill (J. McLaughlin) 1
Ilrnult, 1H (Douglas) 2
Valiant, 101 (Palmer i 8
Clioctuw, 118 (Uarrison 0
King 11. ,loo (Doanci o
Maggie Mitchell, loo (McCartyi o
Nettle, 105 (Neuiueycri o
Nellie Van, 104 (Harris 0
Orlando, loo (Armstrong 0
Pcgasua, 101, car. 103 (BalTcrtyi o
Ouccn Bcas, 103 (Martini o
Vinton, loo fAuderaoni 0
Time 1.44 V.
Betting 5 to against Choctaw and Maggie
Mitchell, o to 1 Knight ot Elleralle and Queen Bosa,
8 to 4 each Valiant and Pegasus, 15 to 1 King B, 20
to 1 Bralt, Nuillo Van and Orlando, no to 1 Vinton.
For n plaretl to 4 on Maggie Mitchell,
even monry Choctaw, t to 1 each Knight of Ellers
lie, QnceuBeag and Pcgaaua, 8 to l Valiant, B to 1
King 11., 8 to 1 oach Bralt, Nellie Van. Orlando
and Nettle, and lo to 1 Vinton. Poola Choctaw,
$25; Maggie Mitchell, $11; the field, $19.
The Race. Knight of Ellerslie won'by
thrco lengths, Bralt second, a nock in front
of Valiant. Mutuols paid $40.83.
A Large Crowd at Clifton.
J-utlii-a. O. Whuolnr and A. U. BaUenbr.
Timrr-f. II. IUwilmrst.
fcrrary I. 11. Mctlowan.
filurl.r Ulx Galtlwoll.
Clifton Baoe Track, Oct. 20. Thoro is a
largo crowd hero to-day. The weather is
clear and cold, and tho track is fairly good,
safo, bnt in no sense fast, Tho racing was
fair and thoroughly enjoyed.
Purse $200. of which $50 to tho second; for three-year-olds
and upward, to carry no lb. ; no allow
ances; three-quarters of a mile.
D. Mccarty's ch. c. Kl Trinidad, 8, by Duke of
Magcuta, dam Wyandotte, 110. ...(a. Taylor) 1
Belax, 110 i (Hogan) 2
Belmont, 110 (Penny) 8
Alva, 110 (Coffee) 0
Brllllantecn, 110 (Bender) 0
Brlcn Boru, 110 (Cardon) 0
Eufaula, 110 (Henderson) o
Gold Bond, 110 (Oaaler) 0
Kink, 110 (Camp) o
Lex, 110 miller) 0
Tlmo 1. 19. Betting to B agalnat El Trinidad,
6 to 1 each Kink, Eufaula and Alva, 7 to 1 Belax, 8
to 1 each Brlllianteen and Belmont, so to 1 Lex, 40
to 1 Gold Bond, &o to 1 Brlen Bom. For a Place
B to 8 on Kl Trinidad, i to 1 agalnat Eufaula, S to 2
each Kink, Belax and Alva, 8 to 1 each Belmont
and Brlllianteen, 10 to 1 Lex, 12 to 1 Gold Bond, IB
to 1 Brlen Boru.
The Race. Bolaxlod all tho way from tho
start to tho last strides, when El Trinidad got
up and won on the post by a short head, lie
lax two lengths in front of Belmont. Mutuols
paid, El Trinidad, $3.75 to win, $3.15 for a
placo. Bolax, for a placo, $8.20.
Purse $200, of which $50 to the second, for all
agea; selling allowances; milo and a furlong.
J. DoLong'a b. h, Bonnie 8., 8, by Scotland,
dam Laes of Ayr, 102 (Ossler 1
Competitor. 97 (Kelly 2
Catherine. M., 89 (McManus 8
Count Luna, 100 (Bergan 0
Fellowship, 87 (Coldlen 0
Hat Band, 97 (Tralnor 0
Lutestring, 97 (81ms 0
Yolo, M (Penny) o
Vicegerent, 85 ; (Barber) 0
Time 2.02V. Betting 5 to 2 on Bnnnlo S. . to
1 against Count Luna, 11 to 1 each against Com
petitor and Fellowship, IB to 1 against Volo, 20 to 1
each Cathcrlno'M, Lutestring, Vicegerent and Hat
Band. For a place Bonnie S. barred, 6 to 6
against Count Luna, 8 to 1 Competitor. 8 to 1 each
Volo mid rcllowshlp, 4 to 1 Catherluu M, 8 to 1
each Lutestring, Vicegerent and Hat Band.
The Race. Catherine M. led for throe-
Saartors of a milo. when Bonnie S. went to
10 front, and, staying thero, won by a
length and a half, Competitor second, two
lengths better than Catheriua M. Mutuols
paid : Bonnie S., straight, $2.G0: for a place,
$2.65; Competitor, for a ploco, $5.25.
l'urso $250, of which $V) to the second; a handi
cap for all agea; one mile.
Clifton Stable'a br. g. Pat Dlvver, 4, by King
fisher, dam Adoslnda, 103 (Meagher) 1
Edward F 102 (O. Taylor)
Garnet, 104 (Coldler) 8
Lancaster. 122 (Whyburn) o
Lute Arnold, 88 (Goodale) 0
Oueen of Hearts, 83 (Barber) 0
Saluda, HU.a. (Kelly) 0
Top Sawyer, 101 (Bergan) 0
Tunis, 8u (Ossler) 0
Witch, 85 (Ponny) 0
Time 1.47V- Betting 11 to B agalnat Lancaster,
8 to 1 Tunis, 4 to 1 Saluda, 6 to 1 Edward F., to
1 Top Sawyer, 8 to 1 Garnet, Witch and
Queen of Hearts, 10 to l Lute Arnold, 12
to 1 pat Dlvver. For a place S to 4 on Lancaster,
even money agalnat Tunis, 8 to 6 Saluda, 2 to i
Edward F. . 5 to 2 Top Sawyer, 9 to 1 each Garnet,
Witch and Queen of Hearts, 4 io 1 Lute Arnold, and
B to 1 Pat Dlvver.
7he Race. Vat Diwormado all tho running,
winning by a length from Edward F., ho a
head in front of Garnet. Mutuols paid: Bat
Divver .btraight, $57.70 ; for a placo, 923.00;
Edward F., for a placo, $31.90.
Tho fourth race was for all ages at
welter weights, seven furlongs. Tho starters
were Dick Watts (Meagher) 143, Duko of
Moutalban (Watson), 143 ; Nina W., (Camp).
115; Courtier (Whyburn), 115. It wis
won by W. HuBtonrs Nina W in l.S55i,
with Duko of Moutalban second
and Courtier third. Mutuelspaid: Nina W.,
straight, $4.G0 ; for a place, $2.85 : Duke of
Moutalban for a place, $3.35. Betting 5 to 4
on Nina W. to win, 3 to 1 on for n plaoe; Duko
of Moutalban for a place, 5 to 3 on.
Tho fifth race was undor the same
conditions as the fourth. Tho starters
were Adrian (Whyburn), 140 ; True
Born (Davis), 14G ; Uanvood (M. J. Lynch),
143; Wilped Jay (l'rico), 118: Graoio
(Troinor), 115, and Spring Eaglo (Char
leston). Won by Spring Kagle, Wilptd
Jay second, Harwood third. Time, l.SC
Betting C to 2 against Spring Eaglo ; for u
place, 0 to 5; 6 to 4 on Wilfrid for a place.
Frlar'a flulsniu Wlna the Dewhurat Plate,
arZCIAI.CADLZ TO TUX XVZMINQ WOULD. 1
London, Oct. 20. Sir Frederick John
ston unbeaten two-year-old colt Friar's Bal
sain added tho Dowhurst Plate to his record
to-day. Tho raco was run over tho last seven
furlongs of tho ltowley Mill at Newmarket
and he carried the top weight of 181 pounds.
Death of Uonfalaa.
The aged black gelding Gonfalon died at Sbeeps
head Bay this morning. Ue was bred by Pierre
Lorillard at Itancocas and was foaled lu 1SS0, be
ing by Imported (llcnlyon outof Imported Gondola,
alio by Headsman. He was a fairly good but not a
very successful horse. He ran five tlinea wltlt
out winning us a two-year-old. as a three-year-old
ho only won twice out of eighteen starts, one of
whlcb'was the Palisade stakea at Monmouth Park.
He wbb then sold to the late George Sutllffe, for
whom ho won twice out of nlno starts. Since
which the horse nag owned by the Montgomery
Stable, for which he won once out of seven starts,
In lt85; four out of twcnty.elght In 1888, and two
out of fourteen atartea tbfg year.
nuaeball at Cincinnati.
At the end of tho second Inning between Cincin
nati and Philadelphia neither side had scored.
at' ST. LOCIS.
The St. Louis scored t and the Detroit o In the
THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE
Enthusiasm Over tho Nomina
tion of Nlcoll and Martino.
County Damooraoy Men Who Will Bolt
Democratio State Committeemen Would LIUo
the Man of Jadgmenta to Withdraw from
the Ticket Boas Power Hard at Work
Influence Drotialit to Ilenr on Mr. Mar
tine to Induce IHm to Decline tho Itepnb
llcan Nomination Perhnpa Ho Will be
Knifed. Too, If He Drrllnea to Do Bo
Expression of Sentiment All Over the City.
MOT for many years
has enthusiasm so
wido-sproad and doop
been awakenod by
local political candi
dates as that with
which tho nomination
of Mr. Martina has
boon received. I'opu
lar feeling has tri
umphod, it is felt, and
Hf SKfLtJP W tho people's candidates
ejML M 'or District-Attornoy
UpVSr now Criminal Court
S Nytyjn f have been indorsed
DOnni r?R5 and nominated by tho
irreuJnvJrY I Republican County
TERROR I Convention. Thonom-
T"pi inations aro tho topic
jj s. ' & Hi of tho day at hotels
rfS hPiIi1 aa publio resorts.
I 111-25 I act'on f ho Re-
I tasB-r1 1 Puu"c,ln convention is
LiP -"' "Upraised by every ono
except the frionds of
the boodlers and the bosses.
Even tho leaders of Tammany Hall and tho
County Democraoy aro discouragod, whilo
the rank and fllo of tho two machines aro pri
vately expressing tho opinion that tho " com
bine " ticket will be defeated.
Col. John B. Fellows was seen at tho Hoff
man IIouso this morning. Ho is expressing
his opinion of Mr. Nicoll, and ho also feels
vory much put out at Mr. Martino. Col.
Fellows sees defeat staring him in tho face,
but he will not admit it.
Some of his friends aro advising him to
withdraw from tho contest. Tho mombors
of tho Democratio State Committee would
bo pleased if ho wquld withdraw.
A friend of Col. Follows saidi " Col. Fol
lows is not tho kind of a man to get out of a
race. I beliove ho will stick to his candidaoy,
although ho might know that he will bo de
feated. I am Borry to see him in this fight."
Police Justice Power still feels confident
that the Union ticket can be elected. Ho
may bo resting his hope on somo sort of a
deal. Ho will stop at nothing to eloct Col.
UOSS POWEn AT WOBK.
Tho leaders of tho County Democracy aro
exerting their influenco with Mr. Martino
to-day to prevail upon him to doclluo tho
Republican nomination. Polico Justico
Power has threatened to cut Martine's name,
whilo somo leaders of tho County Democ
racy aro in favor of taking his name oil tho
ticket in caso ho refuses to be thus dictated
Mr. Martine's friends insist that he was
noniinatod by tho United Democraoy with
out solicitation on his part, and aro enjoying
a laugh at tho writhings of Power
and Fellows and their nSnehtnen.
Their threats seom to Mr. Martina's
friends ludicrous in the extremo. Thero is
no doubt that Mr. Martino will accept tho
indorsement of tho Bepublicans, which camo
unasked and unsought.
Tammany leaders lay on tho County
Democracy chiefs all tho blame for getting
tho United Doinocrncy into such n mess.
Thoy say that tho withdrawal of Mr. Martino
from tho ticket would bo a comploto
surrender, and it is certain that
they will not consent to it. Sev
eral of tho leaders havo suggested
warmly that Boss Powor should ask Col.
Fellows to decline the nomination which has
brought both wings of tho city
Democracy into such a rauddlo.
If Col. Fellows, reading tho handwriting so
brilliantly illuminating tho political wall,
should get out, it would relievo both Tam
many and the "Couutios" of much embnr
rassment and probably result in the election
of tho entire Union ticket.
So far as Tammany is concerned, her leader
would be only too glad to receive word of
Col. Fellows's declination.
Meantime the friends of Do Lancoy Nicoll,
who are legion in both factious of Democ
racy are chuckling at tho failure of tho
friends of Jacob Sharp, John Koenan and
the, other "boodle" exiles in their attempts to
shclvo the man who was aoceptnblo to all
Tammany and to a large minority ot tho
EMOBX W. UNO Ell OCT FOB NICOLL.
nenry W. Unger, who is Secretary of tho
County Democracy organization in tho
Twentieth Assembly District, has coiuo out
for Mr. Nicoll for Ditrtrict.Attonioy nnd is
making an active canvass in his behalf. His
action lias created considerable, excitement
in the district organization and threatens to
disrupt it, as ho numbers among his
personal followers a majority ot tno
committeemen, who will undoubtedly
cast their fortunes with him. Ho is
also Secretary of the district Democratio
club, which includes in its membership of
250 somo of the most prominent Democrats
in the ward, nil of whom fuor Do Lancoy
Nicoll as against tho Man of Judgments.
Mr. Unger, who is now engaged in
tho practice of law, was stcnogrnpliio secre.
tary of tho Grand Jury during tho cntiro
period covered by tho boodle prosecutions.
He said to-day to au Evenino Would reporter
" Before the Democratio Convention as.
somblod I mado a personal canvass among
some of our bcft buaiuesg men and financiers
with a view to their making an independent
nomination of Mr. Nicoll for District.
Attorney and ovory man whom I thou
saw was not aloue heartily lu
favor of the movom mt, but wns willing to
toko an actlvo part in it. Tho attitude of tho
Democratio politicians at tho timo. how
ever, was so favorablo that we
thought such a nomination inexpedient
and dropped it for tho timo being. Among
theso gentlemen was William A. Whee
lock, President of tho Central Na
tional Bank, a dyed-in.tho.wool Bepublican,
who said although ho never voted for a Dora
ocrat hi his life, yet in the present campaign
his ballot would count for De Lancoy Nicoll.
Mr. Joseph XL Drown. Vice-President of tho
S N I CO LL is
S CITY HAL-IT
a iiAi'i'Y coixcrnitrroiz.
JutHte lirlurif lo Her 1'edtttal To-Day
ivlth a Banner that HuU Her.
Union Leaguo Club, expressed himself in
still strongor language.
KICOLL UOOND TO WIN.
Following aro expressions of opinion con.
corning tho nominations which woro ob
tained to.day by Evenino Wobld reporters,
Polico Commissioners French and McClavo
woro in ecstusies over tho nominations, and
declared that any other action by tho con
vention would have been suicidal.
" The stouo that tho Domocratio builders
rejected," said Mr. Frenoh, " has become tho
chief in the oornor of the temple of tho
pooplo's rights. Nicoll will win in a canter."
John J. O'Brien, Chiof of tho Bureau of
Elections Tho spirit of indepondonco in
local politics is growing very rapidly and
will bo folt severoly in somo quarters this
Polico Commissioner Portor thought tho
canvass of Nicoll would bo sharp and that
ho would givo Col. Fellows a lively tussle.
Polico Commissioner Voorhis could see no
reason why tho cntiro Domocratio tickot
should not do successful.
Polico Inspector Steers There can bo but
ono rosnlt. Nicoll will bo elected.
Henry Gcorgo, jr. Post will bo tho next
District-Attorney. Fellows is a dead cock in
tho pit with Nicoll in tho Hold.
William McCabo, United Labor candldato
for President of tho Board of Aldermen
Post will win to a certainty. Nicoll is a good
man, but wo think we can beat him.
James McLaughlin, of tho United Labor
party Post will oo eloctod. Follows don't
Chairman John McMackin, of tho United
Labor party Mr. Nicoll is a good man ; so is
Mr. Post, nnd we propose to elect our man.
Edward Farrell, of tho United Labor party
It will bo PoBt or Nicoll, with tho chances
in favor of Post.
Louis F. Post Personally I liko Mr. Nicoll,
but I do not think ha is as strong a candldato
as his friends imagine.
the roREUAN or jaehne's Jtrar.
Mr. Charles B. Fosdlck, foreman of tho
jury in the Jaohno trial I was going to writo
to Nicoll to-day congratulating him. I don't
think thoro aro two men in tho city better
suited to the offices for which they are nomi
nated than Martino and Nicoll. I
havo a high regard for Mr. Nicoll.
personally, and a still higher regard for his
legal ability. I havo had evory opportunity
to know them intimately, and admire their
determination in tho boodle trials. Mr.
Nicoll is ono of tho most extraordinary
young mou in tho legal profession, calm,
cautious and keen. I shall do everything in
my power to securo his election. I am not a
Democrat, but I am not a partisan Bepub
lican. Mr. William A. Wboclock, ono of tho di
rectors of tho Central National Bank, and
ono of tho jury in tho Sharp trial I am un
qualifiedly for Nicoll and Mnrtino. What I
saw of them was enough to mako mo willing
to givo them all the support I cnn.
Joseph H. Brown, of Brown, Draper A Co.,
foreman of the Grand Jury which indicted
tho Boodlo Aldermen I say that, as a
Bepublican, I think tho party
has done perfectly right lu nominat
ing Mr. Martino and Mr. Nicoll.
I had every opportunity for gauging tho
ability of theso men in thoir official capacity,
and I think thoy showed great integ
rity, legal acumen nnd earnestness.
Thoy worked with their gloves off, notwith.
standing tho almost universally expressed
opinion that tho efforts of tho Grand Jury to
check tho disturbances caused by tho hoy
cottors and Anarchists would bo defcatod
in tho District-Attornoy's office, wo
wero gradually led to understand
that none of our citizens wero moro
determined in furthering tho efforts of the
jury than Mr. Martine and Mr. Nicoll. I
think they should recelvo the support of citi
zeus, irrespective of pnrty.
Ex-Comptroller Frederick P. Olcott I
think Mr. Nicoll is a strong young man.
TUK UF.BT THINO THEY COULD DO.
John D. Jones, President of tho Atlantic
Mutual Insurance Company, who has grown
gray hi Democracy Tho nomination
of vdung Nicoll wns tho best thing
tho ltepublicaug could do. It will purify tho
Democratic purty. The boodlers may stay
out and tho purification will go on. Nicoll
is a brilliant young man and will get tho
votes of all Democrats who seek pood gov
ernment rather than party power in munici
C. D. Loverich. of 0. D. & J. H. Loverlch
I have known Do Lancoy Nicoll since his
boyhood anil esteem nim highly. He did
nobly against big men in the boodlo trials.
Ho would mako and will make an exceptional
Charles M. Pry, President of tho Bank of
New York-I think highly of Mr. Nicoll as
ho has appeared officially, and admiro the
pluck ami ability displayed in tho late
prosecutions. I mistrust tho Bepublicnus,
hut think Mr. Nicoll will rceeio a largo
Frod N. Lawrence. cx-Presidont of the
Stock Exchange, a County Dotnocrat Do
Lancey Nicoll is one of tho cleverest
young men in this or any other
country, and he will bo elected
surely if tho people know their
interests. He has sacrificed no principle in
accepting as a self-proclaimed Democrat tho
nomination of Itopublicons. He is a hard,
working as well as a brilliant man, and will
get lots of Domocratio votes.
Furniture, Oarwta. Stuvw.Ileddlns'.Giocieir. Bhadaa.
Puk row or Chauuua at., uw Ututtuua Squat.
BALTIMORE'S ELECTION. 1
Viotory Claimed by Both Ropufr?. JflB
Means and Democrats,
Intanto Excitement, but Vary Uttlo FUrrrtlw ' 3M
Has Yet Occurred. '$3B
The "Teat Pocket" Ballot a Feature of 'fH
Day Gen. F. O. XAtrobe Visits the 1B9V,
Preclneta on Ilia Old Gray Mare He';iB
Thlnka lie Will Wln-BverythlogT Qalet ijH
So Far Dartlett Taking Mattara CooHjw 3
larioiAL TO TBS Kvxmxa WOBLD. "Vl
Baltiuobe, Oct. 20. An immense vote ' ;
boing polled to-day, tho heaviest, it is eati.
mated, up to this hour that was ever knowB .MB
in the history of Baltimore, boiir-5H
ing how intonso is the interest that l'f$M
boing folt in tho contest. An unusa! yH
quiot provails, which by many is considered 'SPH
ominous. Business centres are is many-flBj
cases almost deserted, and leading merchants) SB
are congregated in tho neighborhood of poll. iiBBJ
ing places. ljt9afl
Tho colored voto is coming in all iH
strength, and in ono ward as many colored 4 JH
votes woro takon in up to 10 o'clock as durteg J-JSHB
the whole of tho day of last oloction. H
Tho hcavr vest-nockot voto beinrr CAat'-.flanl
makes it difficult to decido whioh side 141
ahead in tho 180 precincts. .. H
At 0 o'clock this morning thero woro lraa-'
dreds in lino waiting for tho polling placed to' H
open. Ticket-holders are numerous, and iu-:SH
torcopt porsons somo distance from the polls. .,-mM
Tills being tho first timo for eight years "jjjOBl
that tho Bepublicans have had a regular out- .ilflHi
and-out nomination, and realizing the iai-'j'SBB
1ortant bearing a victory on their part would vSjal
mvo in national affairs, they soem to.LI
bo exerting thoir utmost strength, bnt SotvSBBJ
disorder of any kind has occurred up to UtiHH
o'clook and tho indications aro that it will be ,JjBj
an earnest and quiet contest and that Lav'lBH
trobo's majority will be about 1,600. , f ?wHJ
Mr. Bartlett, tho Bepublican candidate ior.f'j&BBJ
Mayor, was soen about noon and says he eaaidBlfl
form no opinion as to tho rosult of the elee-'jH
tion from what ho could loam of Its progress! 'WHM
up to that timo. Ho says that he pcrsoBallyBHB
is taking no very active part in the contest,' -qflH
and is attending to his regular business to-, J&flfl
day tho same as usual. " V9H
At tho Democratio and Bepublican heftd-,',H
quarters it is very quiet, as all the workers H
are buBV in thoir various wards. TheyiSjH
state at Bepublican headquarters t&M.'-'gH
tho election is boing conducted withAjMH
reasonable fairness. No disorder of nnync'iIM
count has as yet occurred to show that to-i jM
day is different from any ordinary elci'..MH
tion. Both sides are hopeful, but none o,3H
the acknowledged authorities are express4BirSH
themselves very dooldedly, tho vesi-pokeV).M
vote and tho colored vote being: tadefiiiHjMH
quantities and preventing comparisons tritlhyBH
former elections. . ifft
They Confcaa Judgment and Will Par. ?f
aCIAL TO THE KTISIJIO WOBLD. I jjl
Boston, Oct. ). Wnon, a few weeks ago, iBm '
surance Commissioner Merrill caused the arrest ''iflH
of Frederick Webber, II. L. IUnilin and iflH
Charles W. Moore, agents of the NfW $H
York Llfo Insurance Company, for Ulegtlly JHaaal
soliciting: Insurance In the western part of UusijaH
Htate. The Mow York Life announced Its lntentloa, iH
to fight tho arrest to the extent of $100,000 and em-' Jt
ployed ex-Gov. Itoblnaon to defend the prisoners.) taaaal
The end of the matter has now been reached.' -H
Tho agents severally acknowledge their violation jH
of tho law, and agree to go into court, ple4."iH
guilty and Bettle. The company also confessstV Seaal
judgment and pais the maximum fine, fwa. , 2s!H
niaaonlo Work In Plolnfleld. J
arxciAL to the EVExraa wobxd.1 ll-Sl
Plaimfibld, K. J., Oct. 18. The largest HajosiC &H
demonstration of the kind ever held In New JW"jB
was given under the auapjecs of Anchor Lodge. OflH
No. U9, ot tals city, last night. The WoraWpfol, lB
Masters of the Filth Maaonto District of Ntw.vjftH
Jeraey, In the preaenco of the officers ot the Grand isH
Lodges ot Mew York, Pennsylvania and KewSanB
Jeraey. worked the third degree, the reclpieat ijtjfaH
being Sir. Clark W. Evans, of Plalnflcld. Mora.'VH
than four hundred Masons were present, lnoladlag aHl
rcprcgentatlvcg from all over the country. vCjeH
Lonla F. Post Not to Withdraw. - $tBM
A rumor was In circulation to-day that LouU 9fe'9H
Post, candidate for District-Attorney on thaTJnlt4.;H
Labor party ticket, wag about to withdraw. Am -91
Eyknino wobld reporter found Mr. Post in hla jH
office in Park .row and asked if there was BTfrH
foundation for iho report. 'sssTaal
"Mot the slightest," was the reply. "I d&jH
not ask for the nomination. It came to me tolas ,sHH
tartly, and when the party asks me to withdraw stlB
will he tlmo for me to do so, " CHI
A Victory for Mary Irene lloyt. -JwsS
The General Term of the Supreme Court to-daaKSgHB
reversed the order granted upon the application of HaH
Mrs. Helen Maria Hoyt for the appointment oCSB
Commiailonera to Intuilre Into the question of huH
habitual drunkenness of her daughter, Mary Ires' faH
Hoyt. The appellate court gives leave to IHM; Jnl
the application upon additional papers. , H
Unprovoked Clubbln nt Cork. " jescnl
arECIAL CABLE TO TUB ETEXIHO WOBLB, OBbI
cork, Oct. so. Mr. John Dillon was escorted &H
the railway station last night by a large oroviy H
who cheered and sung patriotic songs. The polios- J
made an onslaught upon them and clubbed saaay.i ,H
A maclstrato read the ltlotact, and on the adTio -?
of Mr. Dillon the crowd dUpersed. WM
Detective Hervm Found Guilty. ' ;2H
farXCIAL TO TUB EVXKIXO WOBLD.1 lH
Boston, Oct. to. The Jury In the Superior Crtsa-y H
lnal Court this morning, brought in a verdict ot "aH
sultry In the caso ot Martin V. B. Heraom, the prU. 'fH
vato detective, charged with larceny ot HM .'LflaTel
worth of diamonds from F. M. Harris, a travalUmft jjTfS
Perhnpa Another Cup-Defender. VIH
C. Oliver Iselln, owner ot the sloop-yaeM.' H
Tltaula, will leavo for Europe Saturday, om 'H
La Gascognc. It Is said he goes i'JH
abroad to study the English yacht designs, with a nH
view to building an American cup-defender LKC H
next year. ' "?H
John J. O'Urlen'a Suit for Office. "H
John J. O'Brien's suit to have hU name placed. UH
on the Hat of those eligible for appointment a j
Chief of tho Bureau ot Elections came op to-day 3
before'Judge Donohue in Supreme Court, Cham-. gBTeBi
bcrs. The argument for Mr. O'Brien was begtua 'jM
by John K. Brodaky. j5H
Prob'a Promlacs for To-.IIorrow.
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