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'The Champion Pugilist
M Shows in the Garden
H How He Trains.
SAYS HE IS IN FINE FETTLE.
HI His Condition Was Never
w Finer, and He Can Wear
im Out Haifa Dozen Men.
Hk OFF FOR TEXAS TO-MORROW.
(V'l Will Continue Vigorous I'rcpurn-
'1 Hon for the UIk FIht-HU Wife
ST to Arcomitnny tlie I'urt).
B I Crowds of sporty-looking men gath-1
Hft, Wared about the entrances of Mvlison
B'Y Square Garden as early as noon to-day,
Htf Halting for the door' to open, so tn.it
m they might secure the best places for
Ba witnessing the show tills afternoon, in
HSg which Champion Jim Corbett was to be
f the ch.ef figure.
HPl Mr Corbott and his party will leave
w town to-morrow for Texas for the llgnt
Jkl w th Fitzsimmons, and Manager II.-
Hfll lam A. Brady arranged to-day's cxhlbl-
H ' tlon at the Garden to give the cnamplon
BLt proper send-off.
BHTt All the morning a force of carpmters
Hgl,, was busily engaged In putting up a 24-
HflB foot ring, and at the east end of the b
HSai arena they had erected a tall handball
HSC court, where Corbett Is to tackle Phil
v Besides these, numerous frymnaxlum ap
Hwv pllances hud been put up on the floor,
aSaVtaif nnJ' as Corbelt says, he was real) to
Hp show the spectators exactly how he docs
HME, day's training.
Jj1 Corbott nnd his party, which Includes
KP John Donaldson, Iilily Delunty, Jim
BKy Daly, Slevo O'Donnell, Joseph CaKan,
Jfli Hud Woodthorpe and Duncan Mc
yi Donald, came up from Asbury Park,
BBB whero he has been In training, In the 11
BBb o'clock train this morning, und they fir
BBBB t.ved at the Rardct at 1 o'oJock.
BBBjl Corliott seems to be in the pink of
BBB3I condition ajid says ho newr felt better
Et in his life. Ho wore u long-skirted
BBBE1 brown overcoat of English cut. a small
BBBBVV. 1 gray cloth cap and a r. lilto woollen
HnV "I'm not gjtng to brag about myself "
BBrJr' ,e calci l0 nn "Evening World" icporter,
BMF "or tell oj hon my muscles are If
KMjt people who uee me go through m notk
Bf this afternoon cannot iudgA roniethmg
BBBt atioul ray e nlluoii 1. will be tliea
BT BBP "It is the same nork that I do eeiy
BBf day in practice, and to tell tlio ttuth, 1
L. don't believe thcru is another man In
K the Aorld who could staiul it .is I do
BBF Why, I can tlr out a li-ilf a doi'M men
BBt without getting winded in 'i.e .U.itest,"
BB' and Mr. Corbett extended U.u bruid
BBBfr elie't, took a long breath and looI.e-J
tr, vci-y de:e. mined.
Bf "Will you v.-oik a? hat.l utter ;-o i
' reach Texas in you have at Asbuty
BBBju Park?" he was asked. j
KV "Cih. jes, I'll ki-ep it rlpht up. I'll
B havo to do It to keep In condition. I 11
BBBjKh.ivc nearly i month thero bifuie tin.
Bi fight comes off and I don't want to lull
BBBfeil, uft an
E'.' "Will Mrs. Corbett accompany ou to
,j "Ves, I think slie will co down with
E'1 Mrs. Erudy, but bhe niai go out to
Bl Omaha flrrt und see her fi lends there,
E;f ""''l then Join me In Teras "
BB? In the vvrestllng Corbett had DonaU
Hb1 son, Jim Daiy and Stive O'Donnell to
Kl' exercise with, and 'tiese contents, be
K hides the bag-punching, nelght-l.fllnrf,
Ki (printing and other muscular feats
Kf which he was to Indulge in, promised to
BBjY' keep him busj.
BBBV This evening he Is to spar with three
fti or four of the clever men in his party.
Hi; THEY OPPOSE THE BIG FIGHT.
K) Texas LrKlHliitor' t.-utltiirii( I'a-
BL vornlile tu Intl-I'licM i'.hvt.
Hl AUSTIN, Tex., Sept. 30 Very few
BBH legislators have ai reared for the Kpecial
BBrl session ordered to consider prize-fight
BBjrW lng and a full quotum will hardly be on
H,l hand to-moriovv
BBJ' 1 The sentiment of members heard from
BBJift rontlnues favoinble to the immediate
H I passing of a lav. making prlze-tlghtlng
BBjA) ' a felo: y, and all indicate a des.ru to
H prevent the DalHs fight.
K Oov. Culberson, in his messag;, will
BBBJ rccammcnJ a most rigid Uw, and urge
BBflP Its Immediate pa3Cage with an enitr-
mp grncy claii:e.
HE It Is Intimated thit he nay lecom-
BBJ' mtnJ a law making cambllng a fclor. .
BBJ' He w.li lay other mattrs before tho
H Legislature, and it will probably bo In
B',. sesslvn thirty days.
BY SAN ANIONIO. Tex, Sept. SO.-Bob
K. Flusimmons and party arrived In San
H Antcnlo yesterday Kltzslmmons was In
B , mood for talking and in response to a
Lvi qucetlon as o whether he would te will-
HJ lng to meet Corbett outside of Dallas in
BR cnei the tl.-l.t cannot be pulled or? In
E Dallas, t'ltzalmrr.ons rerlled:
Ki; "Tp articlrs of agreemtnt call for
my fight with CorSctt to toko place at
H.4 Dallt. If the flcht cannot be held I
B will certain! cl-.Im my 52.SOO forfeit If
BBr I get thu foricit I Co no: caro whero I
flpht Corbttt. It can take place In Mex
ico, Indian Territory or Crncv Island
Any place possible, so I can get a chance
"I want to Fay right here, I do not
i.lke the way itralv Is figuring in the
affairs of the I'lorlda Athletic Club.
"In reward to pi. k ng a rcfeiee he
'wlsnes mo to name my rifrreo before
Oct. JI, so be an fix him, that Is eel
lainiy his object, but I will not pick the
1 1 force until ihc day of the fight, liraly
fays If I do not p ok a retiree prett.v
iiulck be will substitute l'cter Maher
ior Corbett I know from an lnlle
ource that Urady has an interest in the
Plorloa Athletic Club If anv one savs
he has not 1 will bot lilm JiOO that he
I has and prove It."
FltSKlmmotiii'tSrta to oWrk,
SAV ANTONIO, Tmv ftp. CO Uob Fin
ImmoDt anJ ptrljr who ftrrhed fctnt )ittrjAy
Arurnouii. lfl on the noontriln to'da) tcr hli
tialmc qurtrt at Corp la Ctirlsltp, saci h
bcvn bis work t-amaliaidr
DETECTIVE A SUICIDE.
rinlterton Jinn Briinn Tata III
Throat In n llurroont.
Walter F. Brown, a private dotectlve
in the employ of the I'lnkerton agency,
committed suicide tins tnoinlng In a
saloon at IDS n'ghth avenue
Thi deed was committed with a large
Ilrovvn lived at 266 Wet Twcn'y-flrst
Ho entered the liquor store, which
Is kept by Frederick Hahn, at 9.10
After calling cr a glass of beer he
proceeded to the lunch counter, and,
taking up a bread knife, he tvalke! to
the toilet room, where he took ort Ids
coat and folded It up carefull.
lie then removed his collar and tie
and loostntd the neckband of his shirt.
Then he drew the knife, wh.ch had
been sharpened, across h's throat and
almost reveled his head from his bod
The Hi st Information thn bartender
hud of the suicide was a little mulct of
blood fluvv re under the toilet room
door Into the bar-room.
The liquor store contained about a
dozen persons ut the time. Severa,
rushed down to the Twentieth street
police station, and others called In the
policeman on post to send out a call for
On the arrival of the latter the man
was dead. The bod) was taken to the
station-house, pending the arrival of the
lltown lived with his wire and two
children at 2W West Twent)-tlrst str.el.
The wife heard of the tragedy almost
Immediately, but did not go near the
ktation-house. instead she closed up
the house and went away with the chil
dren. The police say that Drown was a
brother of Eugene Ilrovvn, who keeps
a liquor store on the southeast cornel
of Sixth avenue and Th'rty-nrst street
When an "Uvenlng World" reporter
called there It was stated that Eugene
Brown was In the Catbklll Mountalnb
and that he had no brother.
vt the home oi the suicide later It
was positively anted that he was a
brother of Eugene Brown.
The man had been dr.nklng heavily
of late. In appearance he looked like
an army ollicer He was splendidly built
and was nbout fifty ) ears old.
At Philemon's Detective Agency it
was stated tint Brown was not em
plojod there, nor was he known about
Mr. Brown got back to her hous.
about 2 o'clock She could give no ex
planation of her husband's suicide be
yon J the fact that he had been drink
ing, and was dei-pondent.
HER LIFEJTROUBLES OVER.
Marin Snrne Pieferrcd Suicide to
The narriei life of Maria Sarge, a
middle-aged Ital an woman, was by ne
means 'i happy one Last evening she
ended It In her humble home, in Mul
berry street, by taking a doe of Parle
Her husband desetted her la Italy
fifteen )ears at,o, and came to tills
country with the money they had saved.
He expected to make a foitune, havlnf
been told that In New York gold was
tu be found ,n the streets. His antiel
patlons were cot leallzed. After an ub-si-nco
of eleven years ho returned with
This anrove.l the filthful wife, who
had struggled bird to keep from starv
ing 'iinl to educate her three children
Tic falthlcsi, hiishind Induced her to
comi" to New York with him, accom
panied in Ihelr eht Jicn
'liny look up their home In Baxter
stife't Mu S.ire afterwards left her
hutband and went to reside vv.tli one of
her man led duitthters. Becoming do
spoudeiit, she took the fatal done.
CLUB STEWARD'S SUICIDE.
Huso llrorvn, of the- 'alinaeuuill,
1 likes I'uisiiii ut Verl.
XIIWAltK, N. J., Sept. 30 -'lugo
Brown, aged thirt)-flve. steward of the
Salmagundi Club ,n New York, com
mute 1 su.cide b) taking potion li
Waverlj thi" morning Ills bode v at.
fomd on the U.iverly road. nir ihi
Penns)lvania railroad depot, by Charles
Hafner, of M Livingston sueet, thin
A letter was found In h s pocket, a I
dre.sed to A N Turner, artist, 23 I'ni
vereity place, Nev York, mating tkat
Brown could not stand tie siraln an)
lonvter, O-ut he was no poo for himself
or ai)bodv pIs- and that there was no
use in ltvlng. He askel Art st Turin r
to thank the members of the Silma
gundl Club for the many courtesies th.-.v
liad extended to him wh.lo steward of
SWALLOWED A POISON.
Ilruno He Iilrlltri'K .Now In In flellp.
s lie, n Prisoner.
Bruno Heidelberg, thlrty-ono years old,
of IW Hut Th.rd sirect, attempted to
commit tuk.je at 2 P. M. to-day ut hit
Ho snallowe-d at unknown pciaon, and
was tal;. n to Bellevue Hospital, under
SIX KILLED AT A QUARRY.
Pi ciimlillr I.xiiIokIuu Causes n OJs.
nsur In MUaoui'l,
INDEPUNDENCE Mo., Sept. Su-fclx
lives weia irusned cut to-day at a
quarry elgnt ml.es out fiorn heie by the
prwnaturj exrilolon of a bl-itt. The
victims ate .Ivo men und a lay. The
men were crushed und.-r a hue rack
and instantly l.illvil The bo lived a
'Ihr Iravviurl f-l u i H.ft) tiiio r cvi-n
4l.iiulM.iej.ltr nl vlii bi. krpt i tbe frout
Iry ituiid )ou w 11 wear u eliie- ..
Premier nruuil Callforuln Wlnex,
Du;:rUr to Oaett liryorl. (,j .icrywtfrc.
! A PARKHtRST AIDE?
"Tommy the Man's" De
fense When Arraigned.
REBECCA FREAM AGAINST IO
"n) This " Woiiiim" Tlirent
rlicil Her I, lie fur lleM'nltitf
Miss Wllhelnilna Thomson, thirty-five
ears old, of 17,fs LeMngton avenue,
whose dress Is that of the "now
woman," and who had the stride of an
athlete, wax analgmd In Harlem Police
Court to-day, charged with grand lai
ceny. The woman Is also known as Pay
Leslie, und in Chinatown she Is called
"Tommy the Man" She sa)s sho is a
membeiof the ltecuc Band, of 17 Doy.
ers street, and as but credentials she
exhibited this, letter.
To Wlion it )l ly tTvn-ura
This Is to entity Hut s' I f.'.lo I. In nijr
..Tip'iy j. a worker In tho ItfKu. Dili
tSlftied) MI!? C II IsllKillrt''T
The eomplalnani Is Madeline Mar
shall, a cornel) woman, tncntv-two
)iars old, who i hnrses Miss Thomson
with refuslnur to -?lvn up her trunk,
containing V) worth of clothing.
In January, lili, .Madeline cvrnu from
Philadelphia to the "Home for Fallen
Women" on East Sixts-rnst street,
where she said she met Miss Thomson
for the that time From the beginning
Madeline said her newly-made ac
quaintance had a peculiar Influence over
her Botli of thorn, she said, left the
home, and from there went adrift on
the Bowery. They lived successively at
100 Canal street, 23i Broome stlcet. and
17JS Lexington avenue.
Maddlne said she soon grew tired of
the 1 fe she was leading an. I accordingly
list Jul), while l.vmg in the Lexington
avinuo room left her companion, who,
however, found her and persuaded her
to return to live with her.
"When I went back she beat me
unmercifully," said Madeline, "and
threatened to kill me If I ever left her
again. Shu had Junt returned from the
Island, where she had been pent for
spl ttlng the Jaw-bone of Policeman
Keough, of the Elizabeth street station.
"Sho has been on the island nine times
to my knowledge for bring drunk and
Jl"-orderly and striking policemen.
"Sho has always been bo Jealous of
me that whenever 1 looked at a man on
the street, she would beat me when we
got Into my room, she broke a plate
over wy head when we lived In Broome
Madeline escaped several llmea from
her cempanion and last Tuesday went
to th room of Rebecca Fream, the m.s
aionary, at 33 Cannon street, taking
with her a black eye and a bite on each
arm, which, she said, were Indicted bj
Miss Thomson t
From this point, Miss Fream, who was
in court, took up the story.
"1 accompanied Madeline to East One
Hunlred and Fourth street station
Wednesday morning, and an orflcei
went with us to thu defendant's room.
She at once became abus.ve, knocked oif
the ottlcer's hit and male a kick at him.
While she was paileylrg with the officer
we got the letters and the picture, but
tho trunk she lelused to give up.
"Ever since I have befimndtd Made
line thtj woman has threatened to sho'it
me. 1 was told that last week she
visited ei stores on the Bowery tor tho
purnos of buying a revolver vv,th wh.cn
to blow out my brains for taking Mad
eline away ftom her. She boasts of her
skill ai a marksman and sa)s that she
has been a crack shot In Buffalo Bill's
"This 'Tommy the Man' has made llfo
to miserable for Madeline Marshall that
the latter has several times attempted
M S3 Thompson Is an athletic-looking
woman, and her language Is that of
an educated person. She has dark
brown ha.r, shoit. thick and curly. She
had on a white shirt front with a latest
oulr of turn-down collar and bright
vd four-ln-han.l tie. iler box coat
could not he dlbt ngulshed from that of
,i man, ard hit snort, blue skirt dlj.
clo-ed to view blocle shoes,
"It Is a ease of spite on the part ol
Miss l'K am," he slid. "When Sergt.
O'Toole was triei. Mrs Ruggles. n y co
worker. Kstuied to having given the
Sergeant S50 Miss Fream approached
me and askei me to deny my frlenl's
testimony, and because I itfui-ed to do
so, she has persecuted me evci since
"1 am a member ot the Rescue Band,
ni.d surely tin letter from Mrs P.irk
hurst does not Indicate thit I am u
tliltf I redeemed Madeline Marshall
during my woik as a m'xsionary, and
now Miss Fream Is to lng to take her
nv a) from me "
Ms Freatn mphatleall) denied the
ilefiii lint's sior) and ald that hi r on!)
mntlvff In the mitter nan si npl) to get
Mtdellne Marshall out nf the dirctifs of
M'-s 1 liomon who, she declared with
svir'ty wis a dangerous woman jnl
should not be allowed nt large
Tho defendant drmnmled nn examlna
tlrn, and with the utmost self-poss.es.
slon bowed herself out of tho presence
of Mag'strate Kudllch
Mi.' was h-ld In WI hnll for rxnm
li al'on to-mouow mornlnir and in de
fault of bull was locked up In the Hnr
li m prlton
Now Jitrol. Itlfklml Is irrrstr.l In
n sun for H.-.MUO.
Jacob Ititklnd, a wc'.l-to-du grocer at
n Snerlff street, was srrestid by a
d'puty rhcrlff and icUased on $l,
ball to-da), on an oruii signed b)
Julgi) Poor, li n tuit biought by
, IlTilia Ora to recover ll.toj loi
I brach of promise of marriage
I S ii ah lb in. an nunt of M'ss Gray
imuk'j affidavit that when she- asked
Rifk'nd wh) lie had niokeii the eu
ij.Mtement with her niece, ho said
"If )ou n romeih.ig you ike soul
buv ! After a vvh.ie you tin ot it
' ind djii't wnit It ui ) more, and th"n
you throw it away " '
M.ss Ora) ull'gti hu becam en-1
gsged to Itllklnd on June 20, and tin
'wending was set for Dec i". but It f
kind J'lted her ui.d rrarrled another
Fell from Ilia Truck, Hun (Iter.
NBliAltK N 1. s'wpt to Lyl ilLipun
taeny-one t'i c ae, oi kl llroil i rai atntj
Jnvira' hi. nh.ra trk tun tnralrf oi hrj.l
et ci fil l ui ala M4t it. n.ai ucdsi tj.
rii.n, aul ehc Hb..u piti-4 i.'er hi4 lot
U'li c-'u.i a, thou Flirt.:, bait Juii ic
rrtl l, ,n 4 pauf'l' luieii, a.ll la tSqusii
a 3. clio 1. u.iamj ly ,.tm I . e iaiio,Q(
will result inhit death
Wu.t Do I a t To.Doyf
A paciii.cof APUinvL(.'U.trltti. kuriitin, '.
i QUAKER CRICKETERS Will.
Oxford-: ii iii l 1 1.1 ui- 'I cum Defintiil
In line liiiiinu- n-ul il'l linn..
CRiricrr illh't NHs, IIAVFI8.
1 Kl, Pa , S-- pt v Ti . .-..n 'i i .
d v i I liv In t .( in id .,t, riuiimi I
crick I nnti'h i iw.i i iln. Oetill. tin i
i pi I'hiladi Iphla nml t icpicsetitatlve."
'of Cambildgo -iia ONford wr.s bei;tm
ut 11 IS ir.-tl.iy.
I U he i stumps w-ie Iruw n oil Satii-
'day the American, led the Eiigllnlinie i
by UT runs. The Utter hud scoied 1
li t'.elt first Innings and 19 In tiuli
Bicond Innings tor tlio lusn nf iw
iivltkeis '1 he Annrlciins put tokctlivt
the rnnnrkable s.-m of lot mns in
their hist innings, and U b liar.ll prob
.1 IH 1,1,1 ... . . . . i
mak enough inns ta icquin- tin- Aim r
cuiis tu p,i u b.n ,,r i'ul, Mr0,l
The crcsso to-dav wns in line conj.-I
tlon ii. n pliv was t.Minii'1 tl.ls
mornlnj lilll, .'i not ,it, i id lnuc- ,
not nut, fuccJ the bowling of ICIng ui'd
I Hill wns bowled by ICIng. Score CI-3-
I ?.i. Phillips follow u
I'hlli.pa .aught bv Wood olT
Balle) who r.lleve.l Klin; Scoie.
W-l- 13 WIJ. ii, next
Wilson wan caugnt b) Wood olT
Balk). riv.no lil-a t Heimngwii)
Drucc w i . in -V ir I 1--.W . 1 r. Kin x
Score 124 0 lt. Me wis nuccee led bv
ArKivrigni, bat tnr .alii'! s i..v was
brief, for af.ei in .king -.l runs ne w.
how Ir I b) Kltu S.-oit-lil-T b. P.oaln
son n. xt.
When lunch-tluii came I o'clock, Hi"
Lngl shmen ha I curist M runs for I
wickets Hen. in ugwav. 2, not out.
Rid) tuson, 7, not out Kvtr.n, 1,1
Play wa.s resumed nt 2 10, vvl.h Mini
Ingwii) and ltolilnsf.il ut the wicket i
The lnttei was caught u moment lad r
b) Nolil. off Kins Seoio-l'j S-S
llemlnrwiy was caught bv Wo id
off 1'1-irk Seme 163 Si 31. Mai thy
was last i.i.in up.
Hartley was bowled by King Score,
Hw in I Lowe not nut. L'viris, li
The Aineiicniis thus win bv one mn.
lug ami 3. runs.
TRAINED NURSE ACCUSED.
Nellie .'.'.hi.., IIciiiiiiiiIciI for th"
AIIckimI Theft of Jcnelri.
Central Olllce Detective .Mcfllnnlns cs
coited a will-droostd )oung woiuaii to
the Jeflerson Market Court this morn
ing and had her lemimded for fillet n
da)s, in order that Hie author.t es of
New Jersey may huvu nn oppoitunlly
to procuu r. quisltion pape'ia fni hei
transfer to that State.
The prisoner was Nellie Peebles,
twenty-four )ear old, of 2ii East
Twelfth street. For several jeais pant
she has bten employed, at Intel v.iIh, us
a trained nurse in the ftunll) nf titorgu
B. Jelikinsun, u wealthy leulher goods
manufacturer, of N.waik, N J. .Mr.
JenklutiOli resales In a Imiidbomo house
III boulh Oraii,u
About thiee months agu Miss Peebles
entered the service of Mr. Jeukinsun. and
leiuaiiitd until &epl s, w nan sou le.t
and cam.' to tn.a city.
Afttr the was gout, tho fnml.y, It Is
charged, mlssi-d twenty pieces ut Jcwel
iv, oi an aKi.'gaie vmue o a.i. Among
the pie Ota was u diamond ring wurtu
Surpirlon fell upon tlio trained nurse,
and a warrant was procuied for her ar
lasL 'Ihc warrant waa biuukiit to tun
city by Slate Detective 11. A itaggtrtv,
who hcioii In concert vv th Cential Ol
llce Detective .MeOlnnlss.
' j.s Peebles wus Boon nrrested. She
p. tested her Innocence, and wept con
t.uuously while tho Magistrate was
nearlng the case.
HELD UP IN CITY HALL PARK.
Three l!Iic!iiia men Tnlte n Mini'
WuteU uml l'.iiiie.
J. B. Van Osten, a paper hunger, of
10 Jicksin tvenun, Ixing Island City, lett
the Pulltrer Building at 9 o'clock ias
Thursday nlghl, and started tnrds
Wlien ho had reached a point Just be
yond the police station In City Halt he
was accosttd by a young man who asked
him where h was go ng.
'thinking th a an impertinent question
Mr. Van OstJti replied tnat it was nom
ot the strangers bns.ni'fs The luttoi
retorted with un onh.
This wis a signal for two accomplices
to appear and tho two at onto "held up"
Van Ostn. They quickly ruLuved him
of a gold watch unl made gjol tn.'ir
ecapt, despite the cries of theli vic
tim. Van Osten says there were no police
to be found altlnugh tlieii quartets, uio
but a Btone's tlitow v.i, lie tailed at
the station and imdo u complaint, Inn
the serrtnnt to'd lilm lie wnu.d have to
c port tht robbei) at Polh i Headquar
ters, which he did. wrtlng a lettei be
s'des lo President KoosuVelt, of tbo
So far the authorities have not locttcd
LITTLE TOT KILLED.
Tlirrr-1 rnl-Ulil ..tin I nuer llun
Doirri h ii 'I ruck.
Thre.-) i.r-old Y. tta Fngi r. of 172 i:i
dr'dge street, was run over this morn
lug In front of hei home by a team ami
double ti ink.
An amiiulanc.1 was summoned from
Gouv. rieur llosplttl, but tho I. tile one.
was dtud wiicn it arrived
V Major Who In iprcrliip.l,
FAttATOrSA N 1 , Stpl .0 -VII ii Pre.iItT
fetUKti bis r-atlrl a tailili.f! fj.4 sal'-i a.i 1
f ha n all Kiiti'liti Ter,i, r elurin kifra.el
on ih oter f u . i r-u a I n fol n
li . n M liy liie f 17- ,. . 1 1 ti.i ,r. ,' -jra
lust l Char .a II s irgc In re ,4111101 ef J, II
tJklen ri leea ai Vil.ipe rrei l.nt
THE HENRY MURDER CASE.
Ivinus '.iiuili (iriiml Jul) llenrliiii
In ItiicsNc a.
The Kings County Oiund Jarv to-day i
took up the inurdtr of Minr Churns
W. Henry nt 03 South Poitland avniUi.
Brooklyn un June It, Did Dstnit-At-lorney
Itidgwav In nan examining v.it
nes.es with a vliw to snuiing tho In.
dictm. nt of ' ba 1 son' n,lim H.nry
Amoui; tlie wuin .jor ale Walt, i
Htm) Dr. Fiipaid. who ni.-".e the
autopr) , Cuioi.tr Kent, 1'il.cm.n
I WdNh, Brid . Wilgl.t and l eiituh.
Ciuiks Schwetthalin. a burin r. Piof.
, N. K Eaton, a ch.mlst, Oioigi. r
ltllui, a cterer teviral thrks from
Smith at MrNe.ls realaurt.nt, Polieo
Justice llanlmaii, Cajit. Kitzer and Pj
lltn St-pi. MtKelvty.
The reuli if ill' .nvestliiallou will bo,
known on Frlda)
Itnror Foiled 1 lit fiinl (,aiue,
VOObJlbB 1. I Pepl :o su-b r.t Curro .1
liallia parttr o' ttia ;) t.i cwr' v t.asLat
lib a riz t at It.i.a'i ini. I fire'l ra
tlita ia'- ii Tb t.u in, n ... pla.ii, tar
ao1 a dur'li irct winch retui 6 r. ii i at
Iuriii( (I. arcenim iur.no . 1 up a ,itb :a
.amp anl tbrei It l-fl Iti fliot i ittJ atoapcl t4
p ct tl up, stun furtllo lulled hli r-ui anl rut
Cam It the cheek Furft.o vaa trra.tta aoj
le.v) up In li.. ..noii Jail j
! the "joynts."
Last Game of '95 at Polo
, Grounds, Champions
SUSIE AGAINST CS0N.
Local Talent Scored a Lead
i and Hit the Ball Real
500 MOURNERS IN THE SEATS.
. Ilnntlflll of the I'll I III fill Wnlrli
HIiik lliiscbill llle Mini)
Is-rc HI ti TI Ktrnliic VVuiU)
POLO GI.UINHS, M.W YORK, Sept.
30 Last chapter, hcoi e-book of 'Do,
When tlio nun slull buvn hidden his
smll rg fne bchli d the West, m hot!
zon this .'vtinng, the luisetisll chain
plonshlp m.isou of ".. will be but a
TIIC PLKCTIM. riJMI'I.K CIT
To Rotliatnltrn a sad one. Indeed. For
inoi ths the crunks huvu followed the
fortunes, so disappointing, of a team
that wus In nowisu worthy to repre
sent thu greatest ban ball o!ty In the
country, and this afternoon a few
mourners gathered to see the end.
IP m ""7 ' .. '
VOT Qt'lTE TvibnvnnRs
The only red, m'ng feature of the
end was the fact tl at It was tho "two-1
time' champions, imltltmr.-, who were
to be the Jojntt,'" opponent The I
crowd that witnessed tlie 8'ason's
dcath-knell was l.i sal contiust to'
the glorious mthc-lng that Hunched
the lU-f.iinl nnd ill-managid New York
team on Its "u can er.
In pluce uf the Imtntnse ciowd, num.
luring marl) so.OCm which saw the'
Giants bigln th'lr seusui some six
monthn ngo, not more than l( persons
gathered to stc King Baseball ) li Id up,
K ItVlll) .' ,T.I COMtSO '
Not onl) was. ihi crowd In contratt,
but the torn Itself wus only a shadow
of Us fornur celt. Lmrli.fr the reason
3htft.i Innumerable have liken place,
until to-da tho handful of weather
btaten cranks who follow td tlm gam
for th" love of It scarcely recognized
them as the ttam v.hlch ttartid in thu
season e lace
Pi a tec di) th. Ltafue ir.ii.nile
will begin the.i wlic-pulling for tho
coming season The local clunks liavn'
bt.n prumlsi d great tiling, and they
will watcn t'n iniv.-j on tl bam ball
hi-sluutd w,tn mtr-reju .
Amoti Husk was put in against I
the "birds' lilt alien. ooii Clurkson
was catdJd to nl.r care of tlio visiters'
interest. Button, a new third baseman,
was slvo 'rled bv tht "Joynls " The
vvea'h r wns chilly
There Is a strong plobabllllv th it
"Hid" Claik" will not sli,n a New nrk
innliae net jenr The O.w.go bov
Is nt lcgt,eihi.ids with the local iniin
lgviiitlit over mony ninttcis
'I lie Mntllna Order.
New V.iil; Baltimore
Tulnr, ss MrOiaw ..I
Tlern.m. n IC. e lei, rf
Van lliillreii, of, .1. lining", m.
(t Pavls. 2b. Kellel. If
Ilat.on. 3b. Bio lie ef
11. Dnvla, lb. filinson. .b.
Hlafford, If. Ciiri). lb.
Farrell. c. r'lnrke, f
Rusie. p. Chiikson, p
Fuller slammed n high Inumt. r over
JlcGruvv's hi ad for a base Tleriuin
put "tic Mi.ilght Into the a'r wh.li
Jennlins gathered 'Old Lid)' Vim
wallopid Un cold ntninsphrie Fuller
"swiped" Hecninl nnd ennn liome on
tilt - I
LAI nCLH-ON" A STUIMJ
ciirkson'H wild Ibiow George Davis
sllMled Bnllon wiilk.d Hurry Uavls
hiiiiiintied the p. II ful n base, and
ileoif,u Ouvlh cantered across the rub
bi r, Ballon stipp.ug ul Hi ul lltirrv
pin loin, 'd the hnlf-wav bug SlntT.iid
waited and all the hills were Idled
Purrell's little pop lly went to .Itniilngs
Mcdr.iw shoved out a single. Keeler
bumped one for a base, und Met'. raw
nnib.ed to third Jenn ngs out, Hilton
to II Davis, alvinc.d Keeler tu second
V ernin made a brllllint cnlch of
Krlley'a drive, but Mi'Oruw scur.d, anl
Keeler took third on tlie throw In
Brodle walked and pilfered second
Harry Davis made n neni stop of Olen.
son's nasi) bounder, retiring tho "Kid"
at first, one run,
MrQraw und Carey took Rusle Into
camp. Oleuson inude it marvellous one
land c.itch of Fuller's liner Joinings
followed with n wonderful stop of Tl. r
run's hot Imunder, retiring Miko at the
initial bag. Nn runs.
Tlernan gobbled Carey's sky-senper.
Clarke hunted and brat the ball. Clark
son dlstr.but(1 the ozone thrice. Clarke
"swiped" second. McGraw died, tl
Uavls to II. Davis. No runs.
Van pummilled tho leather for two
bases anl took third on Geirgo Davis's
flv to Keekr Bitlon finned out. Jen
i lngs to Cary was II. Davis's fste. No
Harry Davis retired Kteler unassisted
Ballon to H Davis scttbsl J.nnlngi
Kellev was disposed of at the Initial cor
ner. No runs.
COItC BY INNINOSl
.Nw.or... 'a u ii 1
lialtluiore 1 o ii
FILL IIKTAII.S OF '11111 MllV
voitK-ni,Tiviniii; c vvii: nn thi:
On.iVE.1UNU HACF.S WILL III!
GIVEN I.N THE .MGIIT UXTIIA.
GEN. SCHOFIELD RETIRED.
rrrililcut Clcvrlnuil Prulni't Hip
WASHINGTON. 8-pt. 30. Tho I'ral
dent's order retiring Lieut -Gen. Scho
nJ nan issued lo-day. It Is as lOi
lows: EErtTlT5 M-.NSI0V, WAJHlNfilOV. 5ept
3) tjj Lieut Gtn John M cm nofli I J hdtlig
reared it ug emuitn tjlm 1.1 rl!f frjiu
netlvo rallitry Mrvi-, It le in a ioriijnr with
i ha firoviiijui ut lin tirrttiv pU i I ui n ihc
rUro4 lint or 1110 army, to d.ti tKpt. ts'5
with til th py inl 4llj..Ke ttlttulng lo U u
r-nk uocii mth rfilicinent
It i with Diueh rnt tl.it th1 I'rM lent
nukei th antiauriLiiicat ilui th fomuty .
ihm u lohe fnm ihf coiniiuii'l of in jrin tu t
liKtinr UHifl itcticrol iio hia 1 nt . nii rt
for H ti"iioi ah .Jlrtfiir III i.iljniry in,
ar chjheiifes the i.miuiion rt nil hii e untry '
nn. wtii tLry Mia nut u I t irr.iiprutt r '
nitmri-r unl n( rfiaii how fjithfultv h l
ieri4 bit foi ntry in tlmf of ico by hli
,tacaM 4Q1 tut.Lt.riul vrfurnii t . ivil
a w i mill jtry Au
Mfut Gtn frrhi flll'd farmer uhlhitlnf an
unaryinK 1 tor h. ( rr f ion a tviivin riu I
for Ha h nir aul t-l ntnie a Jim apprrhru ,
riin of th tuU r liiuilon l tn anl a mi '
rfaut minifer'a m of tti hi-nt iralta r f trur
Kmtr l.l mi furulhuca to ilia artny an tian.) Ir I
of InrttlmuM tilui Jnl h tl I ta li al our
H")pl ft l ha ItU'i fi uljittrl ii4litlaa dm I
trnllt ut jn ttr knii atne of mi oolitfj.
tljlll Ulunpllifi tl Ruoi rilUniih p
It fi hiJiI .it tho r IHpurunent '
thu Hit or k-r uflaiKiiltifC (i tluiy h huc
rtHRor to (ihii HcliulUtti v.. not ltau
foi nowral 'Jayt
MADE HIS BOY A WAIF.
lounti liolilalcln Sii) Ills Fnllirr
I u r lie. I lilm Out,
Joseph (lihlsti.n, twelve ).ais old
formerly of Rcikawi) and llelliioui i
avenues, told n strange nry in the I
t.it.s Av.nur I'ollr. I'jurt tins morn-1
ir.g, when arraigned bofuic Justice liar-'
rliinin on a cn.iige ol vagi.iuty
Fur suine luuu thu bo lias bei n loaf-J
lng about Last New ork, and has
liren arrested more than once on pett
charges, but on account of h s extreme
youth nas alwa) escipcl. I
When brought btloie the jtislli.i this I
morn.ng he admittel that he ha I nuj
homi, although His pirtuts are w.ui
known and by no means povurtv '
'tilt noy 4)s. he las always been
tleate) seven.) at hulut, and .1111 nt
was never .mowed to ld- .111) in. '
or opportun.ties to Inuu ga 111 boyisu
Auout six months ago, driven to des
relation, he siuie twtnt., -nvt tints Irui.i
his lati.ei purse, 11, 1 was detected
H s fattier at once put him out of the
ho.ue, ind vvouii not ullu.v .'i.m to com
ba a again
b .-M that time the boy ms been lead-l
lng the die nf a v igrini, p (knu up oj 1 1
Jobs ani 1.VIDR on foaj tnat he b.gried
Al h s own request the bov wis tsutl
to the lloj.o of iUfut anj went oif
stnillng at the .dea that . last he hia
1ler fur lnte Neiiiiltir
w VTtiTovw y k a v u. fi.m
o rati CyRttn 'S at las IS flf il 1 It r j.
IMttrl. t hell u Ca oar taaiiv Ijman VV
Tllr uf Iticrat. vat ujmiii lei tot e.ait aca
Fill riillmlelphltilis Wnt ell I lie If
I, neni 'I cum I'lrti,
'S. ill t. TSi U.ir.ls rll
BALL l'ARK, PIIILADliLI'lllA .ep
-0 - it arctl) three hunlr. 1 p.'oplo vvtie
pr-suu ths aft. 1 in 111 to liil farewell
to the 1'hll.i l.-lp.i a Club rnr tho season
of ".ii, thin oppinetits being 1 lie nolle)
do.lr,. is n mi Broiklvn
'Ihc wrather, ion, wis tint cvuc.lv lo
the lastu of any but U10 rabid liaHclsilt'
fanal r, ili aii I., lng raw and told,
the hlgli wlnl ti tiding tho dust iicios
tin? dlimonl In such clou Is us to fre
iiuellll) liif Mere Willi the pll)er
'Ihc llntllim Order.
I'hlli Klph.t Biooklvn
Il.innlton, . I lii.tlln, 1 f
Delah.intv, li Hhltidlc, Jb
Cross, 31), 1 01 clan. ss.
Urady, c. Foutr, lb.
1 .1 ....IMIlll, if. n 1, ison, If.
Mini sjn, s" Mil), 2b.
Iiailliinn. 2b Scnoch, rf.
Bivle, lb. Omii, c.
la)loi, p. Kt'iii.niy. p
1 ..ii.it -Messrs HeiiJirson ani' Mur
rij First tnnliitf
llnliilltnn phiced tho (list ball pitched
ngn nst ihc fi nee for a double, and
hi irnl .in Del. mutt's single, the laltir
being Ion id at ricotul. Dal) threw
111 i.ly 011', but Cross reached second
ind si or. I on I'liompson's s.ngle Mn .
lon was ihiowii out b) Kenned). TwJ
lit lllln fotilnl to C.rad). Shlndle dlctr
four bills but w m forced at second.
1 'ui rot ,tn out on I'tiiilz'N grounder No
Sect. ml llitilntc.
Ilillmui tile.) to Foiitz. Tlio lutli I
nisi t 1,1k Itnvle's giotindei Tu)loi
tin own mn bt Kenned) No 111ns
Audi 1 sou slngh il. tnklng third nn
Dilv's double 1111 1 storing 011 Sclioth s
mil. iirun' tuple seined Daly Boyle
tiuilfed K.Miiiil)'s llv, tlio latter reach
lug nt otid and (lilm scoring, ililllln
II, 1, 1 mil Hhliidb) struck nut. Three
'I lilril InnliiH,
lliinilltni sifo on Dil)'s wild throw
Di I. hitily base on bills Ci osh struck
out Und) single,! Thompson sornl
Hamilton and Delehantv with a single
on Madison's liinr tlradv was doubled
up Two runs
Corcoran struck out. Foutz bit for
two lusts Tu) lor tliiuvv Anderson
out Dal) filed out. Nn runs.
hLUItll 111 I.NMNt.s.
I'lil'artrtptils - 11 'J -
liruuKirn. u ,t . u
BRIDGE CHANGES NO GOOD.
Ilr.inklii uii.i KIiiks I mini) "I,"
I'll s a e 11 u era (irclltl) llelH)e.l.
There wns some growling and grum
bling among the passengers on the
Brooklyn und Kings County "L" roads
In Biooklyn this morning because of
the wuy trains were delayid and the
passuiit,cis inude late In reucblng this
Tho new Icrnilnal, which haa cost
H,OiO,(mt was opened ytstertliiy after
noon, but there was no practical test
of Its usefulness until the rush came
Tho Brooklyn "L" had completed Its
connections with the new depot, but
the Kings Count) Company hud not,
-ind trains on the latter road crept Into
lis new station at u snail's pace. Even
llun they stopped before reaching Ih
end of tlie platform, and people In the
rear cars were compelled to walk
through the forward cars In ordei to
reach their destination
Greater Inconvenience wns experi
enced on the Brooklyn "L," however.
On that 1 old sevciul trains rolled Into
the depot shortly after is o'clock. The
tralninin were slow In getting them
out of the depot, and from tnat lime
forward for over an hour, every train
coining into thu station was detained
tioiii tiirio to ten m.nutes.
MONEY LEFT TO CHARITIES.
Tlie Will of John I). Jont-n NVn
The will of John D. Jones, who died
nt "))Mtr Biy, L. I, on Sept 2t), was
tiled for probate In the Surrogate's of
IVe to-day. The valuo of the estate Is
not given, but It Is believed to bo con
Plderiil 1) ..ver a m'lllon
Mr Ji n.s wan Fn sldent of the At
lantic Mutual Murine Insurance Com
I pun) liu I, uvea tlnOid to be divided
1 anions the ulllceis and employ.es of the
I'mnpiiny, in propul tlon to salaries
Rev V J Sinbiiry, of the Church of
tht Annunetil on, is bequeathed the In-
toint nf 5.u,ikio At his dtatli the prln-
tlpul Ih to levut to tho Caiheliul of
I ht John tlie Divine To HI John's
1 1'liimli. Cold Harbor, and tlr.ice
1 C lurch, D)htt-r 11a), he lmUi ath.'d
1 1 J'J'l t leh and to the Metrnjioptdn
Thro it Hosp mi the amount of the
inor t,.ii,o whl li li In l.i on l.s ptoperl)
In the ttstators nuine, is g ven
The tistatm distributes Jlpn.fii"0 In
I'gaeles nnuiiit' his rdhtlves, und leaves
l the residue of Ills eitate und Ins prop
eri) nt .'J Win Thirty-fourth street
nid O) sti r Buy to his wife, Joseph. tie
ONLY A NOMINAL FINE.
Ill I vliu; Fiirliiual) Int.. n Trolley
( ur I outs One Dnlliir,
Judge I l.i ri man of tlm dates Ave
nue I'ollie Court Brookl)n, regurds fist
driving .1 trill, iven when coupled with
,1 icllndon with .1 irolle) cir
On .-.un, lay J irm Si'itiltheis, of 907
Bioadvv.i) llraiKlvn. was urrestel bv
oilier Welili ti huitheis was driving
down llr. idw i) at .1 rate wniili nude It
inptii-s.l li to turn Ins botse In time to
avail a I'lillls.ou with irtun) car 1 f9.
nf tin (iat.'S uvinue line, at dulis ve
ri tit 111 1 III ja Iwav
TP" railiuil n-oi!e siy the car was
d imagi I $.0 an i one of tln passengers
was silghtl) hurt ,
riihulth.ls on his own plea of guilt)
tui Hi td ji !
BOOKS LUCKYAT ST. ASAPH, j
lilectrii, iii tu 1, uml Cud), ut 10 In
1, Hit. First Ino Winners, J
liACi: TRACK ST ASAFH. fcept
." Tit racts hero this afternoon ie. ,
su te 1 us tOi.OWS
F rst ISdCt Flu fuiloiiss Won b)
Liec'ro. 12 to 1 an 1 J to 1, Bal.luasloe,
se-oiil. 1 13 3 fir place, K.ug I'uul third.
T mi -1 iu 1-2.
btCond Race i-i furlongs V on by
Cod) l'J to I and ! to 1 Humming-BIrd,
second oui for place, Little Alice trlra 1
T mc 1 16
Ncn Vr iii.it ) for tbr Mxt) -ninth,
V , 1. uui ....' ll.b r.-ccii.y II V I' ! Mil!
ui . jitn-na 3 e at Arumry Cw 0, aiai iia 'tut 1
1 ..it aciir ir tlie slit) .iiatli ktmnivn. to'
Ui 1 ikh armori Ltl south ugeioU that '
1 biilltlcf bs tn-ctisl aA baxlnctoa avemiii aul j
Tllrt) -1011110 rest Tfaa uiattci aa raiairel
to a wcmultuv I
AT GRAVESEKD. 1
Riley Grannan and Richard ljfl
Croker Appear at the m
Track To-Day. H
MR.DWYER SELLS AFPLEGATE. I
FIRST II ('i: 'r--M
Kiiiualn I'lrst. 4iiH
til pill e Mct'iiiiil. fl
sF.fOM) lltCK rH
.Nn u it I I'oo First. H
l.iii'iiiilu Scennd. v M
Wullier Flrnl. . ;
tliplmise Sernnd. , 'H
FOI II I II a ten- .'
i.uiiler Tenor Fin" l
Iniiupllgliter Second. uV'CI
(ij.friHl ti Ttie tiranlnf War4.) ''iSH
It VCi; TRACK, nilAVCSBND, Sept. VH
.0 The usual long list of wlthdrawmlal '
tonfionted r.tcigoerR at tho' track thl '
iiftt'iuooii when they gazed upon (the. fH
liullttii l.o.nd used for conveying tht -cwK
information to the public. k ;.
The racts, however, were not nearljf I tfH
so badly cut up as un Saturday, whan1 A VjPI
vtr) small fields ruled. To-day thi, SB
snatches wete more evenly distributed :B
anl most of the wl.hdiawuls were dead- k
vv on H
Tlie wen tins wan cold and ruw'. The., t, WM
track was In excellent shape and fat. 'H
Rklnud Croker v sited the track to-
da), it being his Hist visit since his ra- WM
turn from abrotJ. He took a seat la SH
tho club-house ,
Riley driitiuiu letuined to his old JfH
lave to-day, despite his I (cent protest-' Xj
tlous that he was done with the game, FjH
and the ring was soon made aware ot t '.jj
his prisenco by thn plune beta he I.'HH
placisl on Captive in the first' race. rH
l'lill Dwycr to-day illsposrtvof Ma ,H
recent purchase, Applegate. Frank; HH
Beard bought the colt. It la stated that j, ,H
the price paid was exactly the Bum VsnH
which Applegate cost Mr. Dwycr at the' t.fl
McCafterty sale , -.'aaB
The Htrwards of the Brooklyn Jockey' sTH
Club to-day decided to disqualify TI J'B
Alarum from tho race won by him on"1 -i-sB
Sept. 1!) und award it to Lucky Bald- n'-sH
win's Ftlllng Water. Alarum waa -SH
foimerly Jon Rogers, but tbe Oneck B
Stable neglected to announce this fact ;H
three times, as prescribed by the Jockey H
Club rules, and Mr. Baldwin protested tH
against the payment of the purse w6n " H
by Alarum. H
Joseph J. Burke has been appointed . H
Steward at the meeting of the Queens ""'fB
County Jockey Club. ''1
Best Brand, a six-year-old by Billet - HJ
out of Vlolette, is dead He died of ,SH
uckavv at Brighton Beach Saturday. fl
He was owned by "Doc' King. , IH
It Williams, Shecdy, Perkins and, JAB
Scott were fined f.5 each for mlabe- sjiBH
bailor at tho post. Ba.Jard and Ke-ff J
were fined tJ each Trainer Fayllnc .J
was fined (20 for being late at the post ,
with Marsian BHI
Hilar nirt-. 'HBal
surien neitlnc it. lllf.ris.
Kamalil 110 (RtllTI 11 I M I 4 Ik
Lilil.it, 110 tferkltlil II 1-3 : la '. YiBBV
Premier. 110 iVVIIIIinit) . . .10-1 (-1 1 I' Mi. -''Hi
Slar.ltn V' liolti 15-1 ! 9 I laflll
llne-v, m; inrimo) . ... 10-1 4-1 a - tfflH
i.UmoMit in; (HjllarJ) u-l M t
I.einrart II 107 IDoSKI.II 10-1 4-1 7 3' T '
Cotton Kidj. lb) Isbeod)) , :0-l 10-1 i S '
St Usicnce lit) lllma) 21-1 10-1 3 t I I
Captive mide the runn.n?, with Frera- i BH
r and Remnant II. close up. There, 'I
was no change In this order to the I
stretch, where Kamxln came throusn. J HHI
itellf took mutters very coolly on Kam- I
5iu, and not until the last Jump did he
shoot Kams n to the front. Captive
was secuiil, five lengths In front of
Fremler. Time 1.02 1-2.
ssrosi) rach BBJ
Han Ji hi u4. inU awl a alxtMnib HH
S a, lla'tlng M. lllf.FU.
S'ank I w II) (-tmt) 3-1 4-S ! 4 1' "
1 a aula iri il'irktn.l 6d 7-1 3 3 H'
I, i i.m ni lj )Iurp,n) S-l 3-1 3 In 2 sJlaHH
lirtnlywi'i in) n'.r mm l:-l 4-1 1 On 4 HH
S'lltiit Dti.'blnlll t:j lt))a"l)cvu 2-3 4 n ft aflafli
Cj-mal.Kiir IO'i llltllT) IM 4-1 7 . " 'i
Owlet ion (Ol.fir)l IM 4-1 7 7 IfSJ
Murphy rushed dntham to the from '"aHJ
and cut out the running, Flying Dutch- , jTiB
mm l)lng netond and Brnndywlne third, , V',.BB
The pace was a good one to the stretch, t !
the relitlve pos'llons i.ut varvinp. Both H
the leaders wero beaten at the head or ill
the stretch, where N.tnkl I'oo came ','sal
through mid won eislly by three lengths H
from 1. ninnta. who was a length In H
front or dothnni. Time 1,19. , -'-
THIKt) Kvt'li 'H
Sit f urtu-iita M
sur .-r. lteltlni SI. lilt Fls. Hfl
VV'alllrr 111 (I. nir.nl ): 4-S 3 : tVk Hfl
Ai'iUu.- Pli illuaactll U 1 ".10 4 l'Vil Hfl
Mil, 11)9 Ulm.l T-3 2-3 1 34 ft Hfl
nn.r lu; illanulton) 2) 1 a t : 4 Hfl
lull SU 111 Uinl IS I S-l I I Hfl
hel y Tut ' tut ll'erllm) 3D 1 lld I H
lu, k J Ikeefel 30 1 101 3 3 7 ifaH
Vli ,a 1U4 It Vllllrrl i)-l 30-1 7 7 1 Hfl
lik U: (Viurph)i co-i io-i Hfl
The start was ragged I'rlg being left HH
mil Shellv Tuitle till Mc.lu gcitlag
aw r poor!) Applause ruhed to tlm Hja
front and se. n k.lllng pace, which final-
ly re.-uliid in her own defeat. dr'Ulti
i laid second with Waltzer to the list .MM
is.xteeiith where he passed Flttt-burg aHJ
Fh.l's mare and won by a half length J
'Appliiise was second, three lengths in !
Ifi'ontofNLk Time 1,15 W. H
I K'lBTIl ncc ' J
in., la.i 3l -I. els'.'.U . iVH
: ,i ri Uttmu ft. lilt no, i .
C innr Iriw 11.', -nil 3-1 7d0 1 I ,'Hfl
bimptlriiur 10a dlaroi on) -3 12 5 4 3 .
' I'atl.ar I'.M iTuklu.l a-1 (-4 2 i w
U.lkmeie. lu7 ,nrlCr.i 4-1 7-S 4 )' 4 HH
lit.r.lncr ti tO Lear)) 30-1 S-l 1 iVj a HflJ
Bcldemere and Deerslayer led the Held H
which ran in a close bunch to the )
stretcli.Up to that point the tare wan
very preti) to look at, and a blanket lHB
would have covered the five at the head JiHfl
i of the strait "h Counter Tenor then wtii ,9H1
to the front and, drawing away, won -vJeHfl
tartly b) a length and a half from -'sHfljl
Ltmpllghtet who was a half lens-th ill v slaHl
front of Fcpper T.tnt 1.57, 1SV
Fell Demi While nt Murk. .fll
1 Mai-rlea ) btanctt, aavaiitj-ts r.trs. ef lil iUV
IPatt Mn.tj-Oltt itr.at. Ml Jail hll at Vsrlt Al
this morning In tht mca of laa Mains-iMua ' 5rHtWal
Tflrli" -ompo), til Cittlanlt atraaw V'lSH