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THE SPORTS OF THK TURF.
gUiXra'S OF THE BROOKLYN MKKTIXO
jjrrERF?*T APXyOBBXi r.T tmk kxpixmts ok c*ei'E
PhiHr J DttfUt, pressent of the Brooklyn Jock?
ey dub: Colonel Hugh ?). M lntvre. the" popula*
ptcrtdtri'. OB? all the offi.-crs of the club mav ?well
eongf*',ilrtto themselves nnd be prou?! of the aus
pjo.ou? an?! brilliant opening .,f their autumn meet?
ing on Tuesday. It was a fine achievement to got
tor-ther Henry ,?f Navarre. Cliff..rl. S ? Walter,
Hey Hi iaatS Anita and Domino In the First Spe?
cial ?: a mil.? and s quarter, t'p to within thirty
minute* of the time when the horse* went to the
pea*!, nm.iv racing men expected that ?me of the
entries would be withdrawn, and hardly ventured
to satMpate that more than thr???? w.-uld take part
ID th' ?llUggle It was a magniti ent battle he
ftreen II bl mt horses in the country, th? veritable
eh-rr-p: I sa I the result left no doubt
ir.ir. i thei H.nry of Navarre can .lef.--.it ell .'.imi??
mt trektat for age In thi* country at dlstaness of
a tr-.i? SI '? S quarter, or over. Bat Ame?' mu turf?
men I ' *? ? the question final??. ?jett v> nether
pom!*-.?-? r Henry of Navarre ,g the better [sorse
?t * mile It is now acknowledge.! on all s.des
_h_.; H.nry of Navarre c..n outstay aird .v.itnin
Pomino .ui ! every other horse in the United States
_.t ? aa*le and a quartei or more, yet, not with
>__sadiag Ihe hitter disappointments whi.'h Domino
ba.? Inf *' ' upon them in several rs es, many of
Jr? ? ?'r.rs still believe that at a mile h? can
v?n?: -i Herir ? of Navarre, If he 1* ?ent out from
th? fell ? the fing, and If no walt.ng plan Is
eioptei with him.
The wisest and ablest turfman among the spee.
???tor.? ?f the ri-lng on T.iesrlny were amaze! to
??? Taj , r-?train Iv>mino and keep him back, and
i_- . waitlag race with htm. Pomino'? perform?
er ?- ast year ln the American Derby, when he
wa? ridden In that way. was lamentable Hi?, fall.
ur* r the Suburban this year, when th? waiting
p. was tried with him agatn. was of th.? nv ?t
Ussaal sort. Racing men generally
- ! that the Keene stabie. after two MCh
?jnuimful flanees as th??? of Domano ir ihe
A-r?* Derbj of '.??M and in the Suburlian Of
? never again order Tara! to wait with
-iv sulk?, snd Ill-tempered horse.
? ic axioms of the turf ln every civili/.. ?1
r - that roguish and sulky horse? rarely
t?: ?rell '.' their ?Jockeys wait with th.rr. ? .
r ver. as an a!m?ist invariable rale,
r* at Instantly te the front .:
0?W< - r-.g as their sp.-cl ani th? ll
eau retain the i?a?! for them. It would t*? hard to
I - r anything naore clearly ??stabilst!?*! oa th?
tur' then thai Dosarne will r..it run well rr. a long
r?u? .? race with him.
, - however, there is nothing absolutely
r turf Racing lr the most'uncer?
tain ? ll v.??? 1 by th? wit of man. and the
nne-t: ?nstantly happening on cur rae*
muv be inoi b.ir.;> peaslble :hat at
?om? future day we shull see Hnmlno capture
wh?m his Jockey r.les a waiting race; bul
),,. never h.i? run a really ment rl if? and '.rnpre??
f .; tuet In his whole life so far. Take
tha- glittering aeries of tnceeaaet of hi? ,1S s laro?
Putt- whl I irrie! ?he heavies: weicht?
a- tested all antagonists in the nobleat style.
G ?rtall thai ' :nl!io was a far better two?
T-ir-?: ! than Henry of Navarre was at any die
: ir raough n-?*? thai Henry of
eaally and certainly superior to Domino
It a m'.ie and a quarter with the full
?t.ak?? weicht? up Henry of Navarre la an ex
tret ree and a wonderful stayer,
I* I Ible tha* America never saw e b tier
?rave?? than Henry sf Navarre, snd few better ra?-e
? ? ? ever appeared on thl* continent than
H?".?* ' Navarrt .- ?.?-:..? .is a four-year-old,
gh his two-year-oil ?-?ire??r was no! thai of a
eonquerot ?? igti hi? superiority
? tl ry waa not
?-,??.. ri si
ibtedl ?.?.?? - !:???? if Navarn
f th? turf of the United State? to-.ia>.
Whether or not Dom ? now beai him at a
- ?till an enticing an! pussllna problem It
is ardently to be hope?, riini these two famous
BMsSt at a mile EivOT Mr Keen?
win hardly besllat? to ???.???? le non : ir. a : H?rnry
of Navarr?? car. defest st ?i mile an i s
quarter Let i? have ?he Isaii which
"horte la the faster at s mile. If ?unti a contest
esa be arranged it will be MM of immens?? Interest,
Henry of Navarre. ?'IHTori. .Sir Walter, Key El
I Anita. l'omino an?; Ramapo ar? all ratered iti
-: to be run a; this meeting of the
i Kb/a Joel ciun. All MrnMi friends ol the
* '. all odmlrers of great hits??? will yearn
7 - ??? and earnestly that the OWnei
celebrati : raoera mn\ run them frequently in th?
of the remaining week? of the I
The?? owner? bevi . publlc
t I ai n*l?lerat? Thej ?avi givi
, man. ; tli -? ? the? - ?
run Jan.?- It. Keene e? hat ???- ?
: liberal, e_Merprir*ing end broad-minded In hi?
? the American turf, and hi?
Bave been of ! ? Iv? nt igi and vain?? to
t praenl ?.f the hiK^?? ' racing.
}. ? \ . ? - ere? .o t all I - hbri is
< . ? ? :?? y and aagei Ij g tefu
Mr. ?? tie?? ?i e bene
Ut? which he hai nfem turf in this
??? It was Mr K-one'.?. might) champion
hire nrr?! Ceaarcwltch In England. His
< ?. ? en borne ? ? high? es of dig.
and distinction In .ritn.-s- Qreal
and the I'nlted Bl iti ? H? de
Si weil ,,f his countrymen, and all ahould unite
t bin honor.
en are anticipating with much eager?
?*??* th? ronteeta that ma] ??? ? m?? cour??.?
!!i-?-tir.g of the Brooklyn
? m rrii i'?rk in the meetlns which will
waa a w mderful racing day. Noi
Belmont'a royal King of Navarre
j- ??-?:? ? lisi itablj the turf monarch of the
- tee in the First 8_>aCaal, but the other
r ... mal Intere?! an?'. Importane*
sprinten ' <? ln ,h?* ,lrst rar'"? '-??'? ???"
... that tbe contest was highly -\
if j I?: Mel ???naid. the ?? ?
impasten! '.?-key for Rubicon, thai
m ?.. the tlrst ra ? ai Jack of
h .; : have been second Nearly all turf
am an now ?gre..: that Mldgely, th* jockey who
r .- far below the first rank. At
'yan ua tli ah loti many ra e ought
I ? Any quick, skilful, alert Jajckey
won the Brtt race on Tuesday with
.. ..,.; .- .?ay fu? the It. !m .nr clors
B- . .mon?, won th.? First Si??-ial S
: e first Taci with Jack of Bpa les an I
th? fifth ra^e with his beautiful and fleet filly \\?"?1
j . i tnionl - s? ng and I ?ance
: m th? ?J-Bcond race. His ?.,??.\ cit
. ond in the Holly Handlcan and
I to his brother. < >. ? I
In the ''ist tace. I was
. day of distinction for the ?Belmont col ?rs
The Brooklyn Jo-key CJub has itarted Ita ifwtjat
: iplendldly. Several iwo-y?ear-oldai of high
ran in the Holly HandUap. and a.? the spoil
?aa exceedingly attractive and note
It i* a pity tha? waltlii?- ordere were
? ? ? f?rlffin on Mr. Belmpnl * Margi .v.- In the
;. No Intelllarent turfman, wh?.
that race carefully, could doubt that if
?? ? nad been ordered to dash tothe frontwitij
. ? ling Margrave (who la amazinglv
qu. k on his fee,, ar.l breaks HWuy r ?m the flag
eathleee agility ?, Margrave could have taken
the track and led all th- way. and B^D^JSL\\v
have been se? ond. instead of tlrst. ll was . m^an
cb j mistake to start moretta, a? well aaJUx*
? the Holly Hai Hffln had r--e ?.el
or .er? to let ?yaoretta s? ? the pa - Mr Margray
r retta made a miserable mess ??. h?r efTorts.
a. ?r.re?: with and obstructed Martrrave.
orrJer to allow Ploretta to B*1 the pa?-?? ? in
wa? ompelM * puU Margrave eo violently tha
b. ? i ? : him oui of hi* stride Margrave i* no.
miri thi . ?i.?? t? ? ?7^
and he can be pieced easily. He ha? a rem
rri.li-, and he breaks away at the ?tart lik?
?' rhtnlng. Whether he Is a betwr -olt han
-,sh at even weights may still b- ; ??ui>tfu ?
our Maren.v- had an edva*tag? in the weight? over
?Her. Brish and if ??Toretta had ??* rtirtad wd
Margrave had made thi pace, be ? uid not bave
> lefeated on that ?lay by Hen Bruea.
r?u?h I.?omino is a fallen Idol. It ought not to
->? forgotten thai be and It-nry of Na?...rre an.l
IHey Ei Santa Anita wer- the -rib ??:'G;*',G!? "' U'y
First Sputai who ?'.arrle.l full Btaka wights. Bach
of taoee three had 121 pounds iattteoodA?A^Cllt?
foM . arrie 1 r.T, as ! Sir Walter lip if I>' min?) and
ClllTord wer- t?, be mat"?*..-1 at a mil?? and ^a
ou?rter eech io ?arrv 122 pounds, and no other
wTo s,Rarht. and ]f tara, sh?.u!?! be ^rnrt^u,
goto the front with Domino. It Is by nomtana m
ftSMkll that DombM might defeat < lifford a. a
?U? .md a Quarter Hu: with beth horses fit and
w*ll. and iMth bor.es well ridden, 1 ???Z?****
Tiomltv, will never defeat Henry of Navarre at *
mile and a ipaarter at even welch* If ? arai s
onlered to ride a waiting race with Domino, and It
nm? b* admltte-i it is n??t now tn tbe least
? ?> '
prohatil'" that, with any sort of riding. Domino
can pops with Henry of Navarre at a mil? and a
quarter. But at s mil??'* That Is another -?tory.
THF. CONTESTS AT HUOHTON HEACH.
MME ANI ? ~**e_R_TATOM ALIKE OF POOR <*I_ASK
Mor?? tlian fifteen hundr?*.l t"rsons witnessed the
races at Brighton Heach yestenlay. The Held?
Wees '-.?niposed of horses of the clam? that ''.-?lonel
William Hcollay, the Kenturklan wtt. said should he
raced under th?> following condition?: "The winner
to he ?hot, th?* aecond and third horses to be brand
???I an?! never permitted to itart ara ? tn a race"
Th<-r?. w. r?? some remarkable exhibition? of Jockey
Bhip, and. on th?? wholo. It waa a typical Hrlehton
Reach racing day.
In the first race a determtn?rd plunge was made
on Tom Harding. The field ran elossljr bunched
as the streti-h wae reached, and th" race was In
doubt until the last Jump. Just then an unearth?
ly shriek waa heard which cause-l the mariners In
| th?? bay to heave their vessels to and cast at,, h.r.
j while the echoes of the yell reverberate-d from th??
j Highlands of Naveslnk to Far Rookaway. Th?
I seamen thought that doiens of ateam sirena denot
? Ing shoals and ledges were aoundlnK a warnlr.i".
; Th?? Brighton firemen, who were at the track, maiie
, a rasi for the ?rate, as a steam whistle Is the signal
I for tire around the sand dunes. Horses attempi?? 1
; to run away, and consternation reigned supreme
'? ? ?id racegoers, however, were not startle?l at the
I appalling sound, hut sagely shook their heads snd
sail "Jack Joynw has won a bet."
The vet.rans were right, as Joyner had bet on
Cuckoo at ?0 to l. Cuckoo defeated Tom Harding
'?\ ? short head In a driving finish.
Halmaghle upset a good thins: In the second race
?by defeatlag Arltne (another odds-OS favorirei
' rather easily at the finish bv ;i length In the third
I rare Inqutrendo, ridden hy Hamilton, lar. l? 1 a heav]
commission ?.;.?.?<? t ,?! ? ??, : fors select contingent
I ? ' what ar?? known sa the "fly bettors" at Brighton
! Babe Mufphy, erhi was we., by tne weet
I em turfmen, ran unplaced Little Tom. at * to 1
| on, won the fourth race all th?? wav Captain T.
ran as If heavily Lalias:?? 1. ari finished las:, ;:?
trlbUtlag a pan of his cargo as he passed t.\??
st? i\ a- |s' bo?.
I'rlnc?. ?.1er rewarded ble bachera who bet on him
with great confidence at .'. t?? I on by winning the
fifth rac The start was stnwjiriinK, and conse?
quent!) the r.i.??? sraa nel lory one to
some of -he spectator? John ? white's ?,???
: Hr.dg? won the s!x;h race from a poor lot.
An owner Who Is also a plunger ?.ill White a high
compliment before the race He was ashed: "What
j do you trilnk of l^ong Bridge's chances?" The
plung.Bg owner sneered as h< said: "It Is a walk
i over for 'Jack' White's horse. He Is always out for
he money, and ?rill accept o ids ,.n likr a chump
whin h? couid I??.??? end mak?? money with a ? ri; ?ile
like ???p??? Bridgi " J. ? White races honestly, and
Long Bndge sroi at "lis of 2 to 1 on.
Here ar? the summaries:
FIRST RA(**B?Pot three-ye?r-<,lda and upward: puree
TABA, Five furlongs.
W C. Daly's l.lk. ? Cuckoo, by Mr Piokwirk-Marl
rnna. 4 vr. . \>2 Iti (?_r. M)..K??fel 1
\ F. Ilurlev.'s I, ? Turn H.ir.;!n<r ?. 110.(Relffi 2
H. A Smith's ih, g. OM I'??nnn!.<n. .'?. M7.iSlni?) 8
Fannie D *_ i<*eyiiei. Auitln, 02 (O'Uearri; Campania,
s;? m:. ? ?.. : "Sd?!? Mar, :?.'. n; irrmani. Win Bill it, 02
ij lieu:?.. Haifllr?*. 104 ..'ar UM Bullert) .1 I>.n?
l>OCk, '.?- icar. l?x"?i 11 >?_G?? ?. ?:*? ? ran.
? ??? ng?Cuckoo, 2?> ?? ? nnd ? to 1? Tnrri Harding, rt to
? ?jr. ? il?] Demisi?n, il to 1 nil out.
Won !\ a liea.l, half a l?nifth km??n aerond and third.
I BECOND HA<K I'.r ma;d..n IWII f OSI OldOi puras f?io
Five furl. lips.
' 1! COotnber*i ?. e. Bslmsgble, hy Fonao?Conttan^v.
10* ? .(IL Don ?
. Duk? <v "?'??? .-'? ' Ar?.t?.? IOS tear. 100)...(Kelff) 2
? i' BtHTtdge'1 ? f. ..len-lin. ??G..n?arrisaiu I
La Bail? :??' ?.?* ??.lu ?xllona, 105 oirifflr.. S:? Cerli
Ion, 100 U H-iiK-in?. H? lyguart, 100 'Finn?icani. and
IOS (I'erklns), als ran.
Time l m
H ?? br Balmashle, 10 I 1 nd 4 M 1; Arlln?. 4 to ,*?
an lit .?,-.. Ils, M t?. 1 nnd s t?? 1
w ? by a lengiii laro ienirth? between Momd and third.
THIRD ??'?*-??"t ihr??? year-. Ids; BClltng; rurs? $.1rt0
nr.e mil? and a sltieenth.
.i N'eai?s t. <? Inqutrendo, hv BiKiutiei'?Donate
Meade, 100 Tb.(Hatnlli l
Marilr? ? "table'i eh f KnUlrh ?. 100.(J Healvi 2
i Herm?n'? b g Nirr.imi. 102.iSh??dv. 3
Babe Muri I.? 102 ?. rn.. Ja k th" Jew. ??? ?.? Rea
Sani Toe Mo ri 100 (R I? ?ce?i'i. and Inanit?, I'??
.K'^f"? eleo rnn.
He?lnir-Ir.rjuirendr). 4 to 1 nnd h ?? fl. Kaillrho?. ? to 1
??-,: ? ? S: Kleollnl, ? te i am ,? ?,? L
W??!, Ir, ? h?ad; ? length herween M COBI* and 'Mrd.
F'TRTH i:.\?*F.-"*.r IJMSI yiSr-oMl ar..', u[>?var-*; G??*','.'.?|-.
pats? $4<*n. On? rr.'l?
C Raker's eh. g I.ltlle Tom, hv Orea* Tr>m?Fl.T?nr*e
A. 4 vrr?.. Ml .(O'Lt-an ? 1
)' I! R'nu's l.r. h liest lirand. ?. 102 i.-ar IM)
G. lim II???'? h. m. PsBwey, ?. '?''' .?II?*a]v? ,1
Capti :r. ". . 102 Keefel, ni?.? rnn.
Betting?Litt***? Tom 4 r.? G? and .-.tit : R?af Brand, 1ft to
l ,:n,i :?. to 1; Pentire y, IO io 1 ari .' ? ?
WI r. by ? l^nr'h ?ni a ho!", a half lemr?i b?i?f.?n l??e
? ?n.i and Ihlrd.
?? ?? ? : ?:?*.): Tot ?w? -v?nr-. M?: s?:itn?f: por?? |.*tnri
Six furi? ni*
? M< lelland'i eh. e, Prieee Lief, hv Km?- Kr:
Bleml, '.o?. tt.. .,,: pei
.' M I.riKhli?.?,? br ? Skv Blue, 98.(CorIle) :
.?? niable'? ? ? ranke? !. - ? riffln) ::
WI ? pei ? 10ft He il La Vienta lo', intorni
I_ rond le. IOS ? ai I0H) :..>: irdi Tomoka 07 iK??f?i.
l"l 11: ? "?p? if?; I irlak,
io: ii. \\:\-1, ?:?!.. and Helen G. II, 102 ?? Leery i, ileo
Tlm? l '.?:?.
I:.:i1n)r Trine? Lief ? lo 8 orni I to g; Skv Hin?. S ?? ?
nn.i S to ?. Yankee 1>,.???11?. 10 ??? I an! 4 ? 1
(Von I.y a t?nglh: lw., I?n?ilis ti?!n??n p?cnnd and third
SIXTH ?'.?'?: ?' r lheee?ye_l Old? and upward, un- ml!?.
.! B. Whlir s ).r e I. ?? Bridge, i>> \*>?? Taw- Ma?
trie Hunr. 4 \ -s 111? T? .11 ?? | .
; R, Brad te)-* a eh ? 'Unis. 4 101.iK??f?i 2
? ,?. F Quisle] * lairy Almuo 0 ii".iR 11..KK-tt ? :;
linr.ii-.-, 1"" leal .mo?. iSims.. II..?indi. 107 (Olfford),
I and I_.|? A Ian ? 107 (SI ?? ?'? I, als?, ran.
Tim? 1 IT.
Reitlnr Long Bridge, l> to -??> ar.l out; riarua. 12 to 1
and 4 t 1; Harrj A v.t . f. ?? 1 and >> I B.
4<,.ri t.\ ? |<???!1? and a half; Ihree lenirtha belween i?o
I on I and Ihird
ORAVBSEND ENTRir:.** TO-DAT.
To-day*? programme indicates ihat the sp"rt at
Qraveeend will be hig.ily Interesting tSood con
1 tests may be expected In every ra.??? Fair-slue ?
field? ar?? likely to go to the post and lively liettlng
: m.iy be eatli Ipati
li-re ar?? th?? entries:
' FIRST R.\i"F Five furi'nes.
Cntty .IOTA J Kamitn .in?
Qlimonla .1'W Imperiai . HM
Type ol Beauty.KW Bl Lawrene.. '.h;
lier?*? . '?,;1 Km .tl?.nal . ??:;
Befuge? .I"?'1 Alarum .107
gBCOND RAi'F. II.ir.ll. ip "n? and one-elfhth Siili
. ?ir Baeeea.m ,; mam .ion
i.?..maweii .ii- Bsttan . M
Sir Krauls.1"** R-imar . WI
Rubioon .? oh
TIIIRI? ??'?- Wlli iw HaadtCSP Five Mrlong"-.
.11H Annn? I.yle.io-,
tta IV.It8 Bloomer .IOS
! Aro-nrlna .tit H???le Hr ,wnlnK.]n_
w ,? ???? .112 Bahrerlne . i?7
Intermlsalm .l*?'*? M?dlca . (mi
M? Nettle.1"" WIM Viol??!. (MJ
! COaoette .,"'*?
FOURTH RAO"- Seahreere F?ake?. On? and cne-tl?
', Kennel .10H Prlmrote . (?S
liolabra .,o:1 Dsrles . ?s
Anni*??'?? .lo.'? Mam-heater . (?s
? ri ith nao six fari nam
l. koul .tlB Ip ??p?? .fu?
A) ; ..????.il** Illusion .?'?I
?ine .Ilfl llanweil .|0B
Monaco .116 Ilaward?? .In."
Lustr? .Hfl i'h?sapeake .im
Irish Reel .114 l"res?..n .Ri.'l
? Ajax .11" Btoeenellle .ISO
llarrlnir!.>n .IM Iole . t?S
, SIXTH ??'?. ime mile and a sixteenth.
IyIm .II?) Nero .?.1*17
: I?ur?ar\en .11?' The G?,.?. 1"T
> l>.n?r Reach.11? Caraca? .K?7
I Aj.rll K?vi| .lln Se. onil Allempl.1U7
Following are the aslgllH for the Oriental Handi?
cap, at one mile and a ?juarter, to be run at
(traves^n 1 on Saturday:
Henrv of Navarre.12?i | Sarajr ?*.? .Ml
Ramni". .121 He?-ry Youn*. l"t
Clifford .121 ' l'iitrl?lan . 1???
Rev El Penta Anlla.117 The Pepper.l?i|
Iiomln.? .IIS Ralhampuin .lirj
Hornpi|?e .Ill M?!! llyme?.,.1??>
la-rian . 11" ''.unter Tenor. '."
Sir Wulter.II? ?*hant . 97
r*.,r Kxcea?.107 Esl?r? .M
THK .RT-CKET ('lA'li STT-:WARI>.*'
A meeting of the stewarda of the Jockey Club
wa.*? held yesterday afternoon at 3?) p. m. August
Helm?int. .1 O. Iionnor, James ? Keen??. <i. I.ee
Knapp. G ? Miurgli and ?. P. Thompson were
present A tralner'a license waa granted to I_
Hi?, k Tii?? application of I'atrlrk Mrl?ermott for a
jockey's lleene?? was refused The applications tor
reinstatement, filed under reaoiutlon |_s?e.l Heptem
iter it. wer?? act?rl upon and the secretary wa? mi?
thorlie.l to Isiue th? usual license?. Trainer? and
Jockeys ar?* Informed that licensee must be tak?n
out at once _
FAVORITE? WIN AT OAKKKY
Oakley. Pept IS ?The finishes ln sll but the Aral
tace to-day were do?? and exciting. Four favor
a w. li-ha.-kfd second cholee won the five
Kirs? rnr? (flv.? furl.nasi t'?te 117 ?R. Isomi. S f '?
won. I'rnirle Klni* 1?7 ? Walker? 4 to I, s*?.>nd, (Vmn??'
???,?t Frank. Ion (W. Jeaee), 10 to 1 Ihlrl Tini? ItMeV
Beeoed nt.-e ..?ven rurL.ruisi G.???. 90 ill. Is-im). 2 SJ ??
w..n. Bob Martin. UH (Irvine? 10 t?. 1 "tessad; Ma?"*r
Fr?! M (Hiir|e>i, .??? ?, ?. third Tim? I :2**?,.
Third ra. e iflv.. and on-half furl? ngsi Hen MST, I21
D>, 7 ?? l'i. ? ?n s..if"1. . ins iTlv.rpei. 7 to -
Murrini? 1"S (Martin), 7 I?? '.'. Ilnri. Tlrr?#*-1 :!"*?*?
Fourth ra???? is-ven fijrl.nir?? giratfeol, IM << la> '? n ' a
!.. 1. ?n Tallow Boa?, 104 ?? ??.?.??? ai le I, ?** ??;
?vaastas, im llnrtas") ? ? ? ihird Tin?? 1:31
Fifth rn.-? (one mil??. Ua ?>?? ???.::?'
Von; Slauid. ?"* .H Wllllarnsi. 12 to 1 see^nd, ??????,
la*? (Jnrlng), 7 ?? .'?. third. Time- ] 4_
CHAT AMONG THK Tl-RFMKN.
RACnra RKliiRT.s. COUMKNTB ANI> BOOtS-WlOeBi
Report Is giving the trainers all they ran do t.i
I keep (?a???? with II In denying what is distributed as
? truth, a Jackson Joyner win i-eaaatn m charge ef
the Betseoat stable until the seel el th?? *
! Mr. Joyner will .*ui|?rinteiid th?? yeirllng trials at
Baerjrlof In the near futur?? ?'?p?? M.-t'Mland
! will train Henry of Navarre until Oct..her 1. when
j he win ?o VFeel i noel baperattve ??ngagements.
? It his nn: bee? definiteli settMd Ihei J"hn J Mv
j land will train ! it Aiini-t I'.? Ini.nt In IS!*"?, bet
? every ladloation potata that orajr.
William Lakelaad is m psrtecl hi--m<>ny with hi?*?
! employer.-, the Mi sen ????????, sad there bai
no Jisagreemen; bOtWSQSj them John Hugglns Is
n.it aathusieetle ever th?? yeaiiiag trials at Kati
?Tocas. H?? sejre: "Th.? Ra**>cocas yoeagetets are
gootl-loohlng *rnoagh, but th.-ir trials are not ap t>
their look! "
Horeesasa ere pleased at-tn?? pes sfai sstUeaient
of tb? rndag difficulties that h.iv.? ?xisted Bl lea
Franc!*??.). All lift-rencs hav I*?? : adnisted be?
tween the nv.??: Ben PVeaelsee racing ??enrlsllona
It is officially snn lunes : thai th? question of racing
baa ????? .1 emlcahly arrang?e, and tnat ine
latloni ?111 gir? r.i.'ir.,; In alternai??
There has n?*t been much talk or ?*omm?*n'. about
yearling trials. Aifr-d Lakeland, ??* usual
some >rtrnck-burners" in bla stable n
Huggina s commission yesterda: to -? ui?? ? ?
Englisl ind th" best
sble t?. train bis ? \ Lak? lai
Mr. Huggina ?mi- cautlom : not ? ? do anything tnai
might strain tbi esistine retail :??* **_*???_? ;,'_'
?? ? of Wale?. Klchard Croker and the ?mi s*e
for a Dnt-claai trairer, , ., .,
it looks ? the threatened Inve?
. .-,[ b> son ? lesdlng ??mertcan turr
men is not llk.-.\ to assume serioua proper ione.
Borne of thi it Hr ig h ton Besen sai ami
David lUblt. while
oth-r- claim that the most -
t.. have a try .it the Btltm
Michael ? Daryer I- ?ntenl to mind hi? "?n
iiff.ur?- . to b? left alone hj the I ij ftf??
?Ipa Mr Dwyei Is not betting heavily, aa? aw boi
t.. ? ,it sll ? esterdaj .
Rlley ? Irani..in ll so)-.urning at som
Ktvin?? sprint? in Indians The daring p.ungei ex
; . '.! orhood in al.?-u? ten
Bays. Oeorg? E Bmltb (Flttaburs l'h'.D srs tne
heavlesl winner on Henrj of Navarre's victory in
the First Bpeelal on Tuesday. Us won atore lane
TS 000 on the race.
Th?? plunger known as "Humming Bird ' con?
tinues to sip the streets of the betting nr.g He
1.1- nearlj (tttW.000 stored aaaj for futur?- us.? t:
the iiiiwk?? do not dev *ur him.
Sun??? turfmen wr? talking about the plungers of
th?? present ?????? yesterday, when one ol tl
known of the residenti il tbe sand dur.?* said:
"That's all r.^ht at.out this?? plungers that have
1100.000. 1 was there myself once, un ???? I am
picking shells on the aeashore I would llk< I -? ?
what them Humming Birds will he picking up a
v?i?r from ??..? "
The lnyers of olds are bemoaning tho fa<
many ??:' their customer? do noi rleli the r. ??
tracks, but prefer t.? exil?? themselves to W .
h,iv k.-n every lay. wher?? they can ij-egull?* them
selves with inno? ent amusements Something
should be done to renn..it?? the betting questi
the plaint of nearlj every prominent layer of Ids.
Then? ar?? 'arK?? number* or so-calle 1 layen of odds
wh . bandle mone) surreptitiously on almost every
JOHN R GENTRY WINS EASILY.
TwrNTY THOtTBAND PEOPLB vitnt.ss the COBI?
TKST OF Till". CRACK PACERa AT MILWAUKSB
Milwaukee, Bept iy Over tweaty thousand peo?
rOWded the grandstand and filled the 1*1? ?
along th?? track at State Fair Park to-day I
the great rare between ? ? Pal hen, John it Gen?
try and Vers Capel The race erai for ?? put
? 00, and wga won bj John ? Gentry in straight
i heat-*.. ?Ith ap; in The first heat WBI ?
i neck-and-neek rue?*. John ?. Gentry drew th?? pole,
1 with Vera Cap -? ? I u I J ??? Peteben on the
| outside At the seeond SttCBIpl they got off. with
: Gentry slightly ln the lee i Thi pace set bj the two
' _r?ut pacer? eras to ? h >i for Vera Capel, und. aftei
the quarter pola ihe wa rr ber f.,
dr ?; ; It ig al lui lift ei lengtbi behind ,\r th? ball
Patchen and Gentrj ? and neck, (lying
down to th< ;.?.,?, snd then down the
?t ich with Gei The bitter ?von t>> a
, length In -?"?"',? with Joe Patcben one-quarter of ??
I mi.?:.. Vere Capel dnlehed about ten
The aecond heal srai rably slow.?-, owing
- . . irters. Vera
Capel waa left ?? ret quarter, and the
fai ' ? a en had They ran
ne k snd n< efc all the s sy ai intll they
turned into thi it try pulled ahead slow!?
? snd beat in* big opponent bj _ scant length. The
? In the third heal ftei the start Joe
it a si teenth of
' a mil ?; field Vere
Capel wa ? up to the
: for ? ' ...
Tlhi bj q i irters I'n*? heal '; '?"'? 1 0"?,. i ti
2:0Ha ? . Third
Two other racei srere run, th?? 2.1* trot and :h?*
1:24 trot. 8 ? ? each race to
2:19 TRi iTTis?; 1 1 RSE OB?
I Asatha, 'r _ ? 1 2 1 ?
J? ? W 11 lei 1 n ???- Iti?
1 2 4 1 2 .1
?. t?. m., by King < nt) .. :'. 1 : I ? 1
?!G.p??????<ita, b. ? . .
:. . tea
b g (Miller) S 4 .'?
-I-1.. - im. 2:18%. ? ? . I I
?.?\ TU. ITI INO ITRHE M00
Wllki ? r. Wlik-M
! IJ ihnitonei ... BIS
1?. bjr William? (Bri ?in... I .'. 1
?. br. * ?? 'reni .? ,? 4
Kiiridg?? . 1 (Un lauei ? 4 :i
Tin.? I ''? . 2 r.?. 2 ?- , 2 '*, 2 ?..*, _ _??4
si ?;> ? \i. i:.\. r. ? nisi: ?S.?*.
John H Oenti*- (Melleni 1 . l ?
J .? Pateben jCOrrjri..e. '? a
\ aia ' kpel (Dual . ;; ?
Time?2*flS>. . ? . 2*0?
THE FAIR RACES IX IXDIAVAPOLXB.
ladlenapolla, BV Itate fair races to
iiav wer?? greatly Interrupted bj ?.,???? [.arad??.*? and
niher exeretoea on th.? ira k laddeal to the fair.
However, the free-for-all ti it s is finished si
? m mads m tbe 2:17 ;?.?.???. Bummai
PREE-POR-AU- TROT PCRgg s:?.*?. (Costtaasd trom
yestet ' ?. ? .
Jim. ? ?t. by fuung Jm. iHhtna)..'till
David U., cl ?, . ??? \ . irtiaj. 122a
2:i: CLAaa pa< ??a pl-rse booo n ?
Watcbeye, br, %., bj Brtsfctltchi (Marsaam).212
Aille a'llkea blk. m 1 Adrian \\iik?s (JaaMS).. a 4 ?
? ??tain ( rar. I . nal Smith (O. W'll
?>""> . 1 10 ID
r, I r,
I'UKFKitUKi? 1.?it'ii: OBWABBB.
_'*-?*''' POH won't Klve m? , nui? kiss**
?_?_|?*?~ "npoaalble: 1 uotui keri, that kind - (Pick Me
Champagne Nature (Yin Brut).
"The Champagne favored by
ROYALTY in ENGLAND."
_MAIL and EXPRESS, N. Y.
A LETTER TO DUNRAVEN.
THF CUV G?.??????? REPLIES TO HIS
'?".M.\ir.\I.*ATIi>.\- OF LAST ?TODAY
POnm on WHICH thi: tXBAtaTTTBB ani? THI
KA Iti. DISAORKI A PMaTNDLt ?? ?nti:>t
fiNI'INr; IN a ???? OB WOBXM
Bs-CoaUBOdOr? James D. Smith, -halrm.m ..f th??
America'? Cup Commute?, g*v?? out yesterday for
publication th.? following letter, which ?ns mallet, ? ?
latti DunravM sl Nee/port ra Tuesday in reply
t.? hi.? (Donraven'a) letter to the committee dated
?? ,. _ , September IT, 1S3C.
u- ir "f ix-ncaven.
we bave m- bonor to ?acknowledge the receipt of
>our letter dated September 13. V. ? would be glad
I our reply to aokn ?wie iKing Ite receipt, bui
itter win probably rame before th??
public, are fee] that we should correct tortalo mtaap?
?ion*, ?hli h ac fe.ir maj uns?
' "i my; "Tbe requeal that Mr. Cenfield should
*? ? r tti loth was m ? ??
<* h-artng th?? pi ?
il Committee be 1 nothing to d *?? ?
e'tln ?>???? :i;ii t?? keep
loth) uiio;....i??,! until the protest
Yo.) dl 1 not inform him thnt it
? rne.-.....ir\ t?> r.-frain from opening your let?
If the detalla ?rhlch you .riv?? si to time? of deliv?
ery, .?? ?., ,if letter? Imply an) negl? ?urtMy
?: :..,??- '.?.? ? IS1 lei |
?? been any auch n ?s ???? lisci ?.im
?>?'??: Inti :.;, m ??f ?.? tag dl? ..ort? , w
agree with you that these fact? nr.? ol minor Im
?oui assertion thai y u nani??! ??, pew condition?
ir letter ?if th- l"th is absolutely exact. We
?hould bavi na. 1 in ? our letti th. In your
letter of the 10th to continui the
contest under th* exiting eircumetances, .ir
WrwMeni for declinine In the Interview .,
waidorr, at r? p. m., September tl, you ?Uted
wnai condition? jrou would continue, and ?rou r
?ubstanttally th? ?am- condition? in your
? r 11.
In the interview m th Wald rf, the two repre
? .??? of th. mitt?
? ? ure .? cii ar star- ,?
rmioelon ? ? postpone the ti m
- for tha: purpose.
The representativa? declln?sd absolutely to ne--?
t" the conditimi that the committee ?hould assume
th?? BTav* responsibility of declaring th? ra
if in th? ir Ju 1???'??: either \>??*?.?! w -re Interfered
with i?y the attending reueia, In our opinion, it
lecure a race ab? dui rly :'r?
from Interference, and tr?? relative amount of in?
terf?rer- ??? would be much too delicate a point tor?
li.- to decide The repr?sentai ed to agree
to poatp n.? th?? race fixed for th?? next day, Thun
day, The repreaentatlve? Informed you thai th??
questi ?r il noi am n Ii ? I .? d ??? and tim-s ?,f
ar any future race? must b?? submll ?
. p???. Th- re] live? auured you of re
effort? through the pre? ind during th??
r.? a l i-.ir course Y<>;i An ?
whether you would Mil the next da) -
(Thursday*?) or not, and -?aid that in any ?
Valkyrie would eros* the ?tartlng line
In rie? ol the definite replica given by th-m, we
erstand how you thai the
repi ?entative? lent you '.ver- .?. -t? r-af for aud with
th?- authority of th" commltt?
A? t?. ; iponlng raci In order to eoa
sider your letter of th?? 11 th. the committee fell that
the ???ir?.:? ha ?en ful ? covered In the conf r
ut tne Waldorf, nnd did not lenire more time for
r.nstderatloa of the snewera given by iti- rep
reoentatlve* u that time. Th?? commute? ?lid not
conaliler practicable youi wggMtlon t?? keep ?ecret
th- dati an tlm ? ol I an; future ro
You ra:.-e the question as to whether your com?
plain) of thi ?teamen was luatlftable or noi The
steamer* uqdn ibti lly Interfered with Valkyrie and
.? r a? well, and ther.? seems tn I
whv you ahould not hav- complained ?>f ?ueh In?
terrerei -, bul we cejtatnl) demur to your con
rluslon that, therefore, the Cup Committee, havtnsr
admltti ill in th-'.r power, were bound ? ?
???.ve redr*?? re ? ? next race waa ?ailed.
?,,? fully knew the objection? to ?? couree ??ff
? irk yean atto, ani nearly ?. pear eg?
suggested ? change of locality. This proposition
we lecllned el that tun". Th-re wa- the I
.? th? ?tan oi Thursday th-it th?? ? ?
?is wr.i a? th- star:, w, uW be kept clear. It ?eema
thai th? question before ??very one Is, not
whether your .-?mplaint waa lustlflaMe, bul whel
your action In wltndnwlng from th? eonteel on the
ground? of ?/our
\s p. your ?ugge*tion ,hat th? Regattai ( ommltte?
niD-ht hav? ?, r? .I. ?';
replv tha- w? line to dlacuaa the a?*tion of
a fe'lhJw-commlttee In ?conclusion we woul expr?s?
our profound regret end hagrin thai ? fi
? | ? ? noble .rt. between tw<? ?rreal ?
?hould hsve degenerated Into a ont of word
have tbe honor t?. r-nnir. .? ur obedlenl aen
.i.vMKs i' smith. Chairman.
A ('ASS CANFIELU Se rei irj
For Am? r. a'a ? up C
QLENNIE ANI? RAT3ET BAIL FOR HOME.
THET l.iKi: \Mi:i!i''.\NS BIT DO KOT < W'i: t?
DlSCrSI TH? RACK! CKOeeCirt SAIU
KOT in I? ?' ?
? Arthur II Olennle and Thomas K.itsey sailed yes
I tnrduy afternoon on th- White S*ar Un- steamer
Majestic for Liverp oi. II. Msltland Kersey.
New-Torh ssjenl of the line; Captata Cranfteld of
Valkyrie til, an.l several memben of th?? Sour.
! York Tecbl Club sew tbem off. .Mr. Olennle was
' not m u talkative mood. He eapreeeed himself as
1 reamtUng the outeom? of the re-en: ra?-es, but ad
lag f.,rm-.l S real liking for Am?
When Mr. lut*?*?, was approici'?? ? on the question
of tbs protesi sad the Baale he declined to dis?
ta ne latter subject, bUl *at?l that the accident
during th?? second race was a meet deplorable
"It was a matter of only six Inches." he sail
"ii.i I we been that .listai?.?.? furth-r away It would
noi bave bapfsacMd Mo? I do not think the
Valkyri?? was t<> blame," h?? continued, "but 1 rjoa't
want t?. talk an) mor- about It. eo please do not
I ask me any more queatlona "
Mr. Ratsey ?lid not .-are to say that he woul I
| visit us ngain, but declarad he liked Americana
i ' * Th-:?? ? onlv one thlnK Wl - : lie. "You
p.- pie hav-ii't an] sense of humor, but you ar?? ell
.,? -r-.it." Then he told a st ?ry that a Tan
? k? ? salt bad Invented about fifty yean ago, and
which s partj of American? had failed t.. appre
i he iprung II .. wi eh ago II
. ?? o: the origin of the joke, an: answered tti.it
perhape he was wrong about American sensi of
hunmr aft'-r ai.. Mr Ratsey ?does not think much
of the Anieru-an crosscut sails. il- said that h
?? ?ul ? do as well at boat building an ? designing as
;ii?? H?*rreehoff? ,-,iuld ai making ?jalla.
Eighteen of th? Valkyrie'? crew also sailed on the
Uejeati Cai ,:??G? Cranfleld, wh? was ?>n th?? do k
when the Majeatl? ?ailed, said thit be did not can
t,, ?,i\ anything regarding th?? recent ra?--s, but In?
timated that b?? would ???y a ?.i dml before be
? Valkyrie away.
BI.ITIPII PRAISE FOR MR. ISKI.IN*.
I. >*Tl"n. Sept. IS.?In an editorial not? "The
p-j.l Mall Oa? "?" saya:
A ?lispat'-h to "The Times" from New-York
renders it .iesir-ii l?? to reopen the c introverej in
order to pay tribute to the behavior of Mr . ?
ii- wishes, and it ought to go on rerard, th
,iffer???! to resell both raw? uri.;.t ani condition?
ait-r-i-abi?? t.? Lord Dunraven, it la a pity thut Mr.
Iseltn's nandsome offer could not be met. bu
committee is t...un l by Its rule* and Lord Dunraven
himself ?? bound to the committee. Still, Mr. 1?<?1??>
a'-tiin non?? the less deserves the respect of all
. of sp?.rt _
MR KHUSKY MAKKS A STATEMENT.
? Maltlaad Kersey read the newspaper ?'omments
yesterday on Mr. Iselln's offer In his letter t.i Lord
iMineaven. either to resali the eocond and third
r t?? sail the whole BOVtee over agata, un.ler
any .ondl'lons or .it any tini- or place agreeable
to the Earl, and Mr. Kersey evidently did not lige
th?? tenor of th????? ?JOn*UBentS, f?>r he Inditi
I following and SMI It broadcast among the n????
! i>atier ufli?*e* from th?? offices of the VYhlt? Mar
: I.In.? Tim?? at Iecoption, .1 I?, m.
New York leptember l". isso,
l^ird Dunraven would ilk?? it clearly und?:
, thaat the offer ? ?intalne 1 in Mr ls.dln'e letter ?>i
gepteml.er 1?.. w hi?'h nti|?.ure.l in thla mm
papen t?. resali el her th?? last two rae??? ?r tini
Tbe ?,????? Thnt lui?! (.adaten 1 un?
Ousht noi t.? h?ve b^?.n slaln l(?r fut? waa wh-lly un
m?r!'?.| flh? ?u ? m.*t iisetnl f..wl. There are I ?t? ?f
? ...ir r*? .? afe? ?"?' kn??w half a* much a* *h?
Sld ? .i,?,.?. u m? t ** tmett toity ???????? thi* eteea ?r*
m? pmtrAo wt, gevsastebuj Sees tbe?a?ae?*r?S? with violent
Jru?s. Wtsteb el'Mer have a tendency t,, aceravale th??
complaint* th?) are clalme.l le . ir- ,,r <?|?? ?, rl,__ m
m.-? i^nili-liu? ?llr.lurt.ran???. '.f Ihe sy?tem. Am..ii( In
t?lll??ni i.li)-sl?-lan? the u?e of "ilraMlr?? ,.r violent ma-rll
rln?? ha? [<k?*?M awa> ?Uli <>th?r fallnrl?. like bllttertn?
ani l,:.-...tinst The ???????,?? S*r.?:r?.|.w are an ?illnct rar*.
stasati] ia* maninn.i Beotetter*? ?karataeb Btttan ?* th?
b?*i peesWa ??statitela for ?tru?? In malarial. tlr?p*pttc
or liii.iu. ,-a?es, an<l when Ih?? kidney? ?>r bladder ar?
Inartu- ?r ?h?T? there I? a ten.Wi?-y tu rh*umatl?ni It
*? ??? ma une.uaUleJ tuolo mad lueJ.oiii*. a?i:.im__n.
whole perles, has never been m.v1e known to him
either hv .Mr. leelln or by the Cup or Re-catta <*?m
THE SF.XATOR-* B^AT BROOKLYN.
ct'MUKitT P*~TCH_*D ?????.t ani> WAASkTFAFtOM
BVBVUBV IT? HIT?.
TVa.r.lngton Bl tirvoklyn G? St. I?uls 4. Loulivlll? 2
(faeton 4. H.lnmir? n. iflrs' asm??. ?
rievelaad 10, ilneinnatl 9. . Louisville ??, St. L~ul? -
I'lilptnirg ?. i'htr.ie?. I i "?seeed ssm?>
Washington. Sept. IR?The horn?? team won a
gam?? from lirooklyn to-day by bunching hits on
Gamben and by the admirable fielding of Iietnont.
who was the originator of three ?iouhle plays
Mercer, while '??a:;??.! harl. k*'?it h.s opponent*
hits sr.ittered. At tendance. l.Owj. (?ame oa.led at
the end of eighth inning on account of darkness.
The ac u
V. A8HIKOTOX. Hit? KiKI.YN.
ah r ll? r?. ? ? ?h r Ih po a ?
timwn rf... ? 1 o 1 ? 0 Orlffln. rf- S 0 1 2 " 0
Joyce nt.. ,.42301 OiRllndle, Sb. . 4 0 ?? 1 1 "
At. -v rf.... 4 1 2 ."oreorTMl ?? ? '> ? 1 ? ?
MrOiilre . 4 ?? 2 4 1 rt I.a?'hniice. lb ? 2 211 <? ?>
*>?1?..?? h If I ?? 1 ."? ? ?? ??!? r? ?. If. 4 ? 2 ? 1 ?
?"iwrigli? Ih 4 1 1 ? 1 0 I'nly. 2h. ft 0 2 0 3 o
Crririki 2b.. 4 0 2 ? 4 li t-'mitr.. rf. 4 I? I? 1 <? ?>
10 1 ? ? 0 Urini, c. ? 1 2 ? O ??
?! r ?? ; ] ?? 1 ?? 1 ?' ?iimiH-rt. p.. 4 ? 2 ? 1 0
Toula ... .ret r. ?? 2i in 2 Totals .Bi 3 " 2? 0 0
Waahlntrtos .?? I 5 0 0 ? ? 0-s
? .? ? 0 ? ? ? " o 3
gained runs Wnshln???"-? 4. I!ro.-iKlyn I. Klrst be.ee by
tnrora Brooklyn '.' IWt on baaea Washington 8, Kmok
Imi n? K.rsi basa on balli Of! Mereer "V "f* ??'i-niTt 2.
Struck oui ? Uereer 3 bj (lumhert 2. Horn?? p?? .r..y?-?.
Thr ? .?? Ml Cartwrtebl Two-baa? blfre Cn-oki An'?r?
r-nrt Doubla plain Demoni, Crooka sn.i ?'art?-, right 2. I>e*
m nt and ? ar?? right. Hit by |>it*.h?*? -Hy M-rc?r I. l.'m
III. KeefS Tliii? of gam?--l IBB,
CtalM Wen.LesluP.CI Ctabl Win Lnat.P .?L
? imore _Ti? 41 e.*,? Roatoti ... ,0B .*??? ?0?
13 040 New-York ...04 f>7 520
Philadelphia .T4 4*? ,f07 Cincinnati ....?) M> JM
?t; ??', ".4*? Wei so Ti? .Mi
?. ? .?0 ?? ..'.41 Bt. Louis..37 ?4 JBB
Pittsburg _?? .'.7 ..vr* LoaisvUle .32 01 2i>i
c,,\:m KM TO-DAT. ?
??-"^'?:?? vs Baltimore, ll Basi rn Park. ????-,?.
?? r. vs. New-York, al Boi
adelphls vs Waal lost ? ? t hila ???".?????.
? -.w ?. Cleveland il Ilttebure.
Cincinnali vs Lmilavllle, ar ? in.-lnr.all
LOCAL GAME POfTPOXBD.
Tii? scheduled ein" between th?? N'ew-York and
., tennis at the Polo Grounds yeeterdoy
sraa postponed Th.? sun sraa shining bright an?l
the grour.da wer?? In .'air condition and the enthu
?laata who srenl to Harlem were much chagrine?!
? were Informed thai there won!?! be no
geme. The New-York team '.eft for Boston last
OTHER r.AMKS TESTBRDAT.
? *' p. ?*?;.!. li?Dot?n'a pll.'hltig ?hut th? li.itllmores
' u! to-day for Hi? firs! Urn?? th's. season. Hotter was
knocked ?p ol the I*-.*; in two Innings. F>per. who M
tllm, !.. ? ? Iba Iios'i.ns fr..m 1??t????1?? ?heir ?n.ir?.
? . n?? run. bat Ibey guv?? him a bed (Jrul.fclng In
?'.? eighth irnlng The ?am? wsa celled bafore th? Inning
lindi.? was fined $2?"? an?! ordered from th? Meld
for attesta? the umpire In the tlr?t Inning. Attendan?*??,
.'lis? The se..re:
.ft 4 0 0 1 ? O-*?
r?.o o o o o o o?o
? * Krrnre - II?.??.? 4. Ral
Raltarife?Dolan ari K?an. Hoffer. Ksp?r and
Clark*. I'mplr? Murray.
'"leivl.in '.. Ser>! IB Th?? Cleveland? pull-d le Ear*? came
' the tir?? In th? eighth tnnlnn. wh?n they hatted out
thr?e nins. ?1??*? was kn... ?<?d out of ?he box l?y the
team and was Mceeeded by I'wyer. Wnlla?-? wa?
hit tiard In the first tu innings, and dippy was an???
stltuted for him. Young !.?,|< i*uppVs plar-e in the ilxlh
Md h?ld Ihe visitor? .1 wn !?, two hits. >ttsnrtsnos. 2.S00.
Tl ?? acora
Cle-releiaJ .? ?????? *?4o
._? ? ? ? j e e e e? a
Bssetilts flsrrlsnd IB, Onelnnatl is rrrora? n?\?land
innati 1 Batterle* Wallace, Young, dippy an.i
-, Rhtnee, Dwyer ari Vaughan. i'mplres?o'Iiav
a-.! J?\ n?.
- , ? IB ?Pittsburg closed ih? league season
bare to-day by winning from i'hlearo wlih nothing to
??; ire. Tlie bOSM !?im bad ?he gam? w?ll tn hand from
th? sf.ir?. hut ''hleago made a dang?rous flnlih In the
ninth Inning, when Anson. wlih two m?n ^n th? has?? and
ooa ran behind, "????1" out !.. Smith. r?tlrlng th? side.
Iieriter ? oatfteld work wns ?lever Th? ??tendane? was so
MBall lhal the officials did not ear* to give figures, but It
was Mttmated at TISI. Th?? s.-ore
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Basehlta Pitta) irg B. Chteeso 7. Frrors? Plttsbwg B,
T. Hatten-*? 'in?- Iri-r aril Merrltt. Kriend and
Unoi ?-? L'mi Ire kutii- ?
l,.iilsvlll-. Sept. It. I. ilsvl!!? and St. frills p!ay?d
game! ? I 1?' an?! qolt ?v?t. Th? firs? wa?? a pllr-hars'
rontett. In Which irr?l!?nsir|n l?d His wo-lc, aided by
m? team's errirs. ?ave si. Ixiut? th? game In
th? s? Kissinger t-ius hatted heavily, and
baa? bed hits in th? third inning gave Umlarrtlle a lead
?hat rould nr? be urercom?, Tiie gam? u-j? esltad on ae
.? sal "f durkr,?*??. AttendsBM, 1,000. Tiie ?core?:
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Bssel ?* Le ?!.?:;;.? ??, st ?. ?:?? t Bmrs? I.-utsvin? 2.
Bi i. ??- ind an,! Werner; Breiten?
: ? men I'mplr? MeDon ild.
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Bl Uoula .? '? rt ? ? rt 3-2
? 14 Bl r^ul? 0 F>rors? I/iiilsvitle
M DermOtl and Spies. Kissinger
and Ott?r. t'mplr- MI
At Bpringfli ?, Prorldiasa ?.
AMERICANS HOPEFTTL OF \VIN*N*TN*0.
TRET aim?: WORKIxa H.viU' t? i.rffat thk OMO?
I.ISH.MKN IV HATft'.I'AY'S ?-(?NTI-?-TS I.AR'?E
ADVANCB SA!.!', m* TICBUBTB.
The adv.inoe ?,,-ile of tb'keta for the International
Sthlet contest? to ba held at Manhattan Field
on Betoni?y be? reached the handsome total of
.?..".'?'. aometlilng unheard of hereabout? in athlet
: a with fair weather it Is expected that the lar?
gest ?rowd ever seen ar an athletlr meeting In
this country will be press?t Th?? n?*? York Athlet
Clal ind lates are hard at work at Travers
[sland, arhile the Enj-lish athletes are doing their
preliminar) work ?it Berkeley oval.
A iiymher of ?:*? wire at -"vork at Manhattan j
PleM yesterda) le-relltag and s.-raping the traok. ]
mowing th? grasa In the infield, and levelling off
the Jump?, sad, If the weather continues propl- I
ttOOa tl;?? Held OUght to be ln ?*??<1 condition when
Dteetfl take place on Saturday. And It ls th*?
general opinion among Ihe experts that the weather
will hav?* much to do with the outcome of the :
games I., si rrltica are e .unt.nfr ,?n ??ven ?t the
eleven contest? If ths weather I* .-lear and warm,
hut they ar?? r.ither solicitous about a cold, raw day,
which, they think, will help the Knglishmen con- I
Two p?.-? will represent e.a.-h club in each contest, ]
and, barring s< 'Idents, the New-York team w'.U
be mad?? up ?!>? follo*n
Eight-hundre-d-and-elghty-yard run?Charlea J. ?
? ; . rl I Si . H S l.yona A. I.. H?;niinjrton,
? ine-hundre 1-yard run?Bernard J. Wefers ami
Jol-.n v. ?'rum. ? I. Lee, substitute.
Running hiirh Jump--M F, Bweeaey and S. A W
1.mll?;-r'.in Thomas P. ("onneff and George \V
Putting the sixteen-jxiund nhot?(?eorge It ?iray
and W. ' >. Hl.'kok.
Two-hundred-and-twenty-yard run- Bernard J I
Wefera and .lohn Y. Crum C \v star?, substitute
< rn.? hundr. 1 snd twenty-yard hunll?*?Shephen
Chase ind E, H. Cady _. B. Harrh subitltute.
Throarlng alxteen-pound hammer ? James s
Mitchell snd H, P. Crosa W. <?. Hlckok substitute.
Pour-hundred-and-forty-ysrd run - Thomaa J.
Hurk?? snd Oeorge v. Banda Irving iir?kaw eub
Itunnlng broad Jump- ? ?. BtoSB and T.. P. Shel
R ? Lyon? substitute
Three-mile run?Thome? l' Coattefl and Q. "A".
Orton. C J Kl'patlick and 8 C ''arter substitutes.
\\ei: posted critic? believe that Mew-York win
win the half-mil?? with Kl'patlick. the hl_h Jump
with *->veeney. the one-mile with I'.mnefT. the shot
with ? iray. the hammer with Mitchell' and the
4l'-yard run With Hurk.? This would give the
home athletes six out of the eleven ??or.tiMts and the
championship. Been In tn?? ?ither contests, th?? l???
yerd snd BB-ysrd runs, th?? 110-yard bard ?
running broad Jump and the thri-.*-mllf? run. local
enthusiasts bejeve that "h.? New-Tork Athletic
Club meo have ju?t se good a chan-e as the Eng?
The New-Tork Athletic. Club men have ?-onnlder
' for Bradley, I"l!7.hert>ert and Downer
? -;.rlnts. Shaw In the 120-var.l hurdle. Oakley
ami W.iliams In the broa?! jump and lloran in the
Next Wedneedey nixht a theatre party will be
given In donor Ol* the visit ??> at Abbey's Theatre
snd three boaea bava been se.-ure.i for them, .v.:
the boxe? in the grand stand have been boM and
most of those in tn?? larg?? covered atand a.ongsld??
of th?? BO yards atralghtaway have been ,11 .
of .\t the New-Tork Ath.etlc C.ubhous?? all the
?n the irran.Island ha;?? been gold except ln
Section? and most of the choice seats In these
h..\.? !;"??? taken In order ; . facilitate the se_t:n?t
of th?? K'reat number of spectator? expected, an s Idi
r|..r ai corps of twenty-flve uahers was? engaged v???.
terday, and Acting Captain Kir-whner will detail a
? poll remen as !ar?-e as that posted when the
Thanksgiving Day f ?ubali matcnea aro to be
bandle I I
TIIK INVITATI! iNS Tu f'AMHHIIii?i:
N.w-Hiiv??!!. ???|.? IS The Cambridge track team
ar? fUIIS?derlM Invitations from Harvard and the
I'nlverslty of Pennsylvania track teams to visit
those Institutions, Harvard as a social trip, and
Pennsylvania to Join that university ln an athletic
meet It la probable that the Harvard in*. Kation
?rill be accepted aod th?? ?.???? from Pennsylvania
dei lined. Th?? Harvard Invitation requires only a
elnf-ln ?la) for Its acceptance, while a week's train?
ing el least would be demanded If the Pennsyl
.nvltatlon were to be accepted The Cam
br'.dK- men are eager to visit Harvard and will
probably g > th?<re on October 7, as the guests of the
Harvard track team Captain lloran will give his
definite answer to th* Harvard Track Associatluu
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IN' THE CYCLING WORLD.
THE L A. W*. AND THB RAILROADS.
U'ffUKll TO ?G MADE TO PBCOW? FREE TRAN?
FORTATKIN FOR WHEFI-S-PRKSENTATIO.*?!
AT THK FOt'TH BROOKLYN WBBMAa?
80 many complaint?, have been mad* by cvrllfrta
about the manner in which their wheels have basen
handled by the railroads that a combined effort will
be made by 1?. A. W, offl'-tals In this neighborhood
to aecur? the free transportation of bicycle? The
L. A. VV. officials ?ay that the release clause in
vogue on some ?.f the roa?ls amuitr.ts to nothing
anyway, for If the wheels are broken, the roada
are not responsible, whether the owner? of the
wh>'?ds have signed release? or not.
C. A. Sh?>"hiin. of the National Transportation
Commltt?'?? of the I.. A. W . says that the frenerai
baggage agenta have baaa agitating the .-y.-le ques?
tion, and If Is r??i>orted that they will ask the
trunk lines to adopt a rulo or come to some egree
ment by which an extra charge will be made for
SVary wheel canted. Sheehan wants to get hi?
committee together to hold a conference with the
liaggage Agents' Association. "Pop" Brewster, of
Philadelphia. Is chairman of the committee. The
West Shore road makes no charge for the transpor?
tation of wheels. In France wheel? are carried frise
and the cars are fitte?! up with bicycle reeks The
Kings County Elevated road In Brooklyn has found
It advantageous to cater to wheelmen.
There was a merry croati of cyclists at the club?
house of the Booth Hrook**n Wheelmen, at No. ?71
Nlnth-st., Bra klyn. last night. About Mrty mem?
bers of tli?? New-I'trecht Wheelmen w?nt to the
clubhouse to present to the .South Brooklyn Wheel?
man th? banner won by the club laat August. Presi?
dent Harrison and the other members of the club
arranged an Impromptu reception and entertained
their New-I'trecht guests right royally On the
South Brooklyn Wheelmen century i*un, to be held
on October ?5. there will be a ?.vornan'? ?l!vis:?>n in
charge of Mrs. Kobvrt L. Stllison and Mrs. ? M.
? I?. Toleman invites all wheelmen to a dinner to
be held at the Atlanta Exhibition on November 30.
The Elizabeth Wheelmen, the oldeat cycling or?
ganization ln that city, is in financial trouble, snd
about to win! up Its affaira. Wheth?r the club will
continu*? Its existence after ??hat 1? a queetlon yet to
be determined. The club originally had a mortgage
of ti.'J*) on the clubhouse, of which WOO haa been
paid. To ra'se BWeey to meet It? obligations the
club Issued rtvo-year tonda the Interest on which
is n?w due. and there Is not enough m>n?y In the
treasury to meet it. _
(.'yrllets deatrlng to Join the I.eague of American
Wheelmen may obtain full orlnte.l Information ani
blank? by sen line name and address to the Cycling
Editor, New-York Trlbur?
NEWABK1 HO ?'????? OF WHEELMEN.
Twenty theueand peotne >_m| night wttneaaed the
lantern parade of the Essex ('?mntv Wheelmen, and
LaM srheehl wer.? in Mr..? The parade started from
Lincoln I'ark. and passing over a long route
rea.-he.l Seiferts Farti, wher.? a lawn party waa
held. Many women an?! chlMren were ln line, and
the wheels were han?lsomely decorated, Misa llrrll?
('handler WVsiervelt, sixteen year? old, won a gol.*
n?e.lai for the handsomest wheel. 8he was dressed
us .Martha Washington. In white and gold. an?l her
wheel was completely hl?lde?i In designs of the
?ame color*, while ?he sat under a ?ahit* canopy.
Frederick H Oelssler. eight years old. wa? dreaaed
as Oeorge Washington, and had an elaborate!*?
decorated wheel H?? also got a ? ?M ?ne.lal (* ?
Mantleau WOO the silver medal for the most comi?
cal machine. He had a stuffed donkey flx^d on hla
wheel ami set astrili.? It
The crow! of sudatora was so great that the
wheel? were lammed together and there ?ere nianv
falls and broken wheels '
I ?CESSES FROM TOWS BOARDS V.iUTX
The Excise Board yesterday decided, on the ad?
vice of Julius M Mayer, it? avur.eel. to _rrat\t the
aame privileges to pereom. In the liquor bueines? |n
the newly annexed territory who are under ohi
license? from their respective to?nahlps as are en.
ar? among the n.w ?ample? of OoirpeMharalr, R.n.fc^
Carpet?. Cfjeas? your pattern now to ba mad? at Ue ?__
htm ??.?.? ol wool aad vafea m w*et Ht?-st