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I ... the g WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1888. 3 ' i'll
I A BLUE DA? AT MONMOUTH,
I DIBASTJZU AFTEIt DtBABTmt OYEtt-
I TAKES POLLOfTKltB OP FATOIllTltS.
I j. Colessnt Tnrable In tbe Newark fltakea
I Mr. Wither' Twe.enr.1d Add wa
Races ta hi Hears Flreinal Hhaw Co.
nernara hor Heel Weatmartlaad, the
Favorite, Ia4 tke Jumper.
Porsoiw Itf the vicinity of tho Pennsylvania
uulJorsey Central ferries it thofootof Cort
landt and Llbortyfitrootfl last opening about 7
o'clock saw probably tho most dcmornllzod
crowd that evor vlsltod tho races. Korybody
looked downcast, and was on his or lior war
liomoasriulcklyns possible Thosowhoweto
compolledto romaln In Now York yostorday.
and who nskod anxiously how nuch nnd ouch a
favorito camo to Ioso nt Monmouth rnrk. woro
generally snubbod, or. nt boat, rocolred an un
Tho cause of all this was tho astonishing way
In vhlch tiro euppoBod suro things wero. ono
after tho othor, bowled ovor durlugtho sultry
afternoon. Dnckors of horses on public form
novo rarely met with such facer As ouo
clever bottor remarked, nftor Knloolnh landed
tho first raco with 12 to 1 ngnlnst lior, " I can't
do anything hero but lose. I played that inaro
towln $5 000 tho otlior day. and sho couldn't
run a yard. To-day I play something olso, and
ho boats mo out of tho monoy." At first glnnco
thsro woro many apparently oasy soloctlons on
tho programme, but as favorlto aftor fnorlto
vent down tlio plungors crow sick nt honrt.
and finally ault tho nnmo when thoy woro bin
losora on tho doy. Tho only favorltoa to ronch
fcomo were Flronzl nnd WcBtmorelnnd. and
they woro not .ory hoavlly bnckod.
Tho greatest surpriso was furnlshod by tho
dofoat of MoClollan A Ikmch's Iladgo by Cant,
Earn Brown's colt Defaulter In tho Newark
Btakos. at a mllo. Hero was considered a
moral cortalnty. and tens of thousands of dol
lars woro enculfod. Badge was a Bonsattonol
two-year-old. IIo bent a crack field of old
tiorsos In a throo-quartor dash at Bhoepehcad
Day Inst Bummor, running tho dlstnnco In 1 :14,
and on other occasions demonstrated that ho
trai dangorous In any company. IIo was brod
is Mr. AuHUBt Belmont, who hna always tnkon
n groat Iiitorost in tho youngster's porform
ancos. This epritlc Dadgo wao tho beBt horso
In tho Wost at a mllo or under, and won almost
eTorr race In which ho startod. After beating
o Hold of cracks at Chicago. Mr. MoClcllan tele
praphed tho New York bonkor that Badge was
tho fastest horBO ho had over trained. Tho
colt camo to'.Snratoga and won tho only tlmo
H to faood tho starter, with tho greatest of oaso.
H "Whon It was announced that Badge would
B competo In tho Nowork Stokos ovorybody
Bj thought that tho rnca was as good as o or. Tho
H colt arrived at Monmouth on Sunday.
Whon tho entrlos for thoKewark woro posted
H evorybody went to tho bank and drew money
H to play tho suro thine Not wanting to bo
H eolflflh. tho knowing ones told their boat friends
about tho fiying colt, saying: "Give me (25
and I'll make eomo money for you. I'vo cot
an olr-tlght nt Monmouth." Tho telograoh
I operators bod scarcely opened tho ofilco nt
J Monmouth Park boforo they wero Ooodod with
telegrams from Saratoga reading thus: " Don't
lot Budge run loos. Play him for all you ham
Pat a hundred each way for mo." Evon staid
Jimmy MoLaughlln. who bets but onco or
twlco a year, had tho Badco fover, and tele
graphed a friend to play Badge for him 1 100 oach
5 ay. Tho talent could soo nothing In it but
cOlellnn's plain-looking youngster, nnd would
have naught to do with George Oystor, De
faulter. Cascade. Kaleidoscope, Now or Novor,
or Snowdrop, and tho outcomo was that 0 to 4
on was the ruling flguro whon tho call to post
fesounded. Tho story of tho raco Is n short,
tut to thousands not toothsomo ono. Badge
ooked a winner all ovor whon tho upper turn
was reachod, and tho wholo grand stand was
alive with delicious anticipation. Tho womon
munohod curamola nnd said: "M m. I know
i ho'd win," and tho men smiled nnd thought
how clever they woro to boat tho bookmakers.
, As tho horses straightened out In tbo run
j homo a rodjnekot, topped by n bluo cap, comes
through on tho outsldo, and in a moment
eomobody shouts, "Dofautor coming llko a
whirlwind I" A moment ol sllenco follows this
announcement. Suddenly Lowis raises his
whip, and as it cracks against the glossy sidos
of tbe air-tight a howl of nnguish burst forth
and tho wall. "Bndgo is bontonl" went up.
Btoodily the Pittsburgh roprosontatlvo drow
away, and, as ho crossod tho lino a length and
a half bef oro Badge.tho stlUnoas was impressive.
Thsro was not a cheer for the wlnnor, not ono
solitary shout of triumph from sonio lucky
backer. U&dgo's defeat wns not surprising.
Tbo colt ran a good raco. Tho surprise was
the forward running of Defaulter, a colt that
ran In and won a selling raco for threo-year-olds
loss than n week ago, at which tlmo no
body thought him worth more than hlsentored
pum. 12,000. The race wai n surprise to talont.
bookmakers, everybody alike. George Oyster
carried a groat deal of money for tho place.
The Seabrigtit Stakes for two-year-olds was
won by Mr. Wlthers's unnamed colt by Tom
Ochlltreo out of Cyclone, and as the all black
was in tho van on tho Chamois filly In tho extra
raco for two-yoar-olds. Mr. Withers hod on tho
Whole n vory pleasant day.
Mrs. Longtry, anxious to seo Mr. Caldwell
dospatch tbe youngsters on their joumoy, no
oompnnied by Fred Gedhurd and Oden liowlo,
Jr., rode to tho post In tho starter's wagon.
The presence of so much boauty kept the
povb at tho post much longer than usual.
Whether it was Mrs. Langtry's winning smiles
or Mr. Caldwell's lack of vigorous English,
with which he Is wont to address tho boys. Is
The ling finally fell to a good start for all
eavo tho Lucetto goldlng. In tho stretch thcro
Woro a dozen in it, and nil Boomed to hnvo an
equal chanco to land the nrUo. Half n furlong
from home Fred Llttleflold brought tho Cyclono
colt away, and at the nnmo moment Solder An
derson rodo Miss Cody through noxt tho rails,
and, bringing hor up with a great rush, as
pretty a finish as anybody could doslro ensued.
The Cyclono colt got tho ordlct by tho shortost
St heads. Miss Cody barely boating Hansom,
lies Cody was running much fnstor than any
ot the others at tho end, and Bhould hnvo won.
fine is a slow bcglnnor. and needs plenty of
hustling. Tho tlmo, 1:15. is quito fast. Tho
Hoggin pair were vory unfortunnto, Wlnflold.
the better of tbo two yostorday, noor bolng
able to get through. Little JaLO wont well lor
half a mllo.
Flrenzl won tho fourth raco. n handicap at a
mile and throe-six toenths, with ease, and thero
were manyin tho cr"tf who oronbosiod that if
the pretty bnymaro Jtarts against Tlio Durd
In tho Freehold Ktakos to-morrow she will givo
him a race, Hlio strongly reminded old raco
Soors of Miss Woodford In hor palmiest days.
Jl througb tho Btrotch Garrlhon sat porfoctly
BtllL wltlx a pull on tho llttlo vixon. Bho Btrug
Bloa lor head ns though sho woro anxious
to show the crowd what she could do with Con
somara at 10 pounds dlfforonco In the weights.
itupert, -ine uournon, nnd Ton Uookerwero
outclassed. The tlmo, 2:U.l,Bbos how good
Flronzl is at present.
The oponing raco ot tlio day was a protty ono
to look ut, but It was nu extremely bad ono to
epooulate upon. Jennings p. rntohed Swift,
and tho talent nrguod thut under tho circum
stances Tollo Doo had a cort.ilnty, Flt.roy. it
speedy, but orratlo hon.u, rnngod second in
publlo ostimatlon. Tho othorH woro nt long
prices, llnllarurlong from homo Tollo Doo,
i'ltrroy, Kaloolah, and CuiiihEenv,Vronll fight
ing for an ndtantago. Knloolnh, to tho Bur
prlee of almost oory body, ut this point jurapod
out and won. Cambyses, anothor outuldor,
came Btrong at tho end. and ran into tho place.
Last Saturday. In a milo ruco, Knloolah quit
half a furlong from homo, and thotnlont nat
urally concluded that sho could not stny tho
route yestordoy. Fltzroy showod plninlythat
his forte Is n mile or loss. Joo Leo ran sur
prisingly well for throe-quarters, when his
A Tho rneo for two-yonr-old maldonn wont
to Mr. Withors, bis Chamois lllly, named
Unemiso alter hor victory, winning with the
greatest of onse. V. Lorillard. Jrs, Khaftan
ran second. When tho ting fell Wnlbaum's
i Jiloctrlo lllly. with Ooodnlo up, liolted and
I jumped tho lntor rail, throwing tho boy to
tbo grounil. Ho waa on his foot In an instant
unhurt. Tho fillywus caught noar tho judggu'
Blf the crowd walled over tho dofoat of Telle
oo and llttdgo, thoy worit over tlio upeot o(
, ave Gldoon's Luminary in tho soiling rnoo by
tbo rank outsider, McLaughlin, that wont to
the post at 20 to 1 against. On Saturday laBt
luminary was anUrtor Inn soiling race, hay
ingni! oompetltora Gronudlor. tho I'Ibh goldlng,
and Malaria. I)avo Gideon, her ownor, played
renadior to win n good deal of monoy, and
his own lllly won nO to 1. although she hnd
you a mile ruco but afewdnysngo lnl:13'f
i'Utnlnnry on thnt occasion wob last to got off
1 knd last up tbo Imckstretch and last Into tho
1 Sl2toll Mh1. tho oxcoptlon of tho I'lao goldlng,
aaa she Ilnlshod second last, Qionadlor win-
ning tho rneo hands down.
1 ;bat achango yestordiiyl With as good, If
??,? btter claBB ' horses. Lumlnnty openoil
5x." J J-. (Mftttnst . nnd waa spoedlly backed
r SSn l33 to t whloh flguro sho wont to tho
m uS phowas played ly Gideon nndovory
9 i5? l80 y'10 know hov bis money w aa colng,
1 SJthfoiBl'tthoyf.ad tho monoy. Onfor
I Mt?ily or. ,h6Jr well.lald Plnns, Anderson
1 tniiJ'V ,01,t OD Luminary, ond McLaughlin, a
I 2?,ih0?BI'l" "fiht weight. wiUi V.IIay.
I ieSrV" '? lho saddle, getting the best t' the
1 caSr5.fotouUPJront " won. Lumlnury
I IoumIiL"1 ftet bunt of speed In tbo Btre'-cb,
dump, and there was not n great deal of syra-
athv expressed (or Mr. Gideon or his friends,
luminary outclassed tho othors and Bhould
Wostmoroland. n very Bpoedy horse on the
fiat, won the stesolechaso In a very clover man
ner. Tbe rocos In detail follow:
THE FIUST 11ACS.
Krfe liandlckp Kcertk of KM rueti, It not i
cUreil out villi tl.uoti addtd, ot which tUo to the ito-
vnd , one mllo and lileenth.
J. Ii Morrltttyiib m. KIiolh. s, by LonfeIlw- .
P. lirllUra, Jr.', nr. c Camb, 4, 10"i (W, Dono
hne), , . . 2
W. JennlnrO ch in Tall nne. il lOHCAnatnon) .
I lutoy, allunt, Choctaw, ami Joe le lo ran.
Ilettlnir-AiralnitTHIelioo.utoft. Pllrnii, n M Ii ,1o
Ia andCliactaw, eacliHto I; kaloolau, lU to 1 1 Cam
bjaei. Ii to 1, aliant,S0to 1.
Tello Doo led from nn oxccllont Btnrt, tho
raco bolug being closo nnd fast to tho finish.
Joe Loo and Fltzroy rnn noxt to the loader,
with no light Allowing betwoen them, past tho
stand, round tho club housu turn, along tho
baokstrctch to tho railroad turn, wheio Fltz
roy bognn lapping Telle Doe, Joo Leo third,
rokod to Fltzroy, and Choctaw last. A boautl
fulraco enme from the head of tho Btrotch,
iello Doo, Fltzroy, Joo Leo. nnd Knloolnh turn
ing Into It oaeh lapped to the nock, in tlio onlor
named. Tollo Doo was hoadod boforo reaching
UuiHovontli lurlong poit. for tho first tlmo in
tho raco. rltyroy extending his neck In front.
Inpppd by Knloolnh nnd CnmbjfOH, the gray
colt having como Inst nnd strong In tho stretch.
Fifty yurd from tho line tho green colors of
Mr. Mfirrlnsoy. on Kaloolah, npnearod nt tho
front, Kaloolah winning by threo-qunrters of a
length. I'nmbynoH came second and Telle Doo
third, a longth separating them.
111K HEUtRUlIlT BTAKICS.
For two year oWa atjvi each, f IS forfeit, wltb fl.wn
adlett. ot which FTrtioto tlie roconil, amlnntr of A0RJ
when carrrlntf welaht for use or more, to carry .1
poulida, twice, a potin 1, thrice, 7 round extra, thoRe
Dot rmrtnir won Sl.uiu alloned a tmutidtt, maiden
alioweil loriounda, three quarters of a mllo
I) 11 WltheraaTom Oclitltrte Cjciono colt, KVMI.lt-
tlefleld) ... . 1
3. II. SlorlMtj'n b f. thai Cody. 107 (Anderton) . 2
J. II. Ilagirtn i ch c. Konaam, 110 (ilniulale) I
Itlllty, llunloou, 1 ad Hay. Little Jake, Wmltold,
Oan inede. Clarissa, Ilurrliiburir, nud the l.ucctlo geld
Ins also ran
Time. I 11
lletllni- Acnlnattlie cyclono colt. 1 to 1: Ilaninm, 4
tol; Ulnflelil. 'noli Uarrlehuri;andriarlFsa.eacli7to
1. MlsaCodr, nto 1: Little Jalo. t'tlllt). l.ucetta teld
lnirt and Ijidy Oay, each 10 to 1: lluntooti and Oan
tnedo, each lo to 1.
Alter Bovornl broakawnys, Intvhich Huntoon
oxplorodtho bnckstrotch, tho juveniles woro
Bent away fairly bunchod, with Miss Cody,
Utility. Llttlo Jake, and tho Cyclono colt In
front, nnd tho Lucetto guiding Inst. Miss Cody
mado way for Llttlo Jako In tho run along tho
bnckstrotch. Utility hnlf lapping, nnd Miss
Cody a vloso third. Utility pasod Llttlo Jako
nnd took tho lend on tho railroad turn, Miss
Cody yoked to tho leaders at the bond of tho
homostrotch. Into which Utility led Llttlo
Jake and Miss Cody by a nock. Tho Cyclono
colt nnd Itnnsom joined tho front row in the
straight, Llttloflcld moving tho Cyclono colt in
tho van on entering tho last furlong. Miss
Cody nnd Hansom tackled tbo Cyclone colt in n
driving finish, in w hlch Llttleflold landed tho
Cyclono colt wlnnor by a noso. Mlm Cody get
ting tho place, a nock In front ot Itun&om.
THE M.WARK STAKES.
For three-year old, at SO each, S15 forfeit, with
11. ',00 added, or which J-'iori to the second; a winner in
1H-J8 of f3,uuo when carrying weight for aso or mora to
carry 7 pound, twice, lu pounda, thrice, 1J pounds
extra; those not having won In 1KB8 (handicans and
elllns: races when carrying less than weight for ana
rot ooantiDfr) $l,ux allowed 7 pounds, non winners in
1R3S allowed 12 pounda, maidens allowed 15 pounds,
8. B Brown's ch c. Pefaulter, by Spendthrift Au
thoress. Ill (Tatlor)
ItcVieUanA Roaches b cVadte, 111 (Lewie) . . . . -'
A llelmont'sb o (Jeorge Oyster, loa (Anderson) . . a
Cascsde, Kaleidoscope, !ow or Never, and .Snowdrop
Retting Ten to 0 on Badge, against Cascade and
Oeorge Oyster, each u to 1, Now or Never 7 to 1; De
faulter, letol. Kaleidoscope, 12 to 1, Snowdrop, zotol.
Anothor fast race from flngfall to ilnlih
ended in n surpriso. Anden-on headed tho
bunch on Ooorgo Oyster, leading from tlio
stnnd round tho club houno turn nnd Into the
bncketretch, lapnod by Iladgo. Kaloidoscopo,
nnd Cascade. Iladgo. with Ooorgo Oystor
clinging to hla noek.lod down tho backstrotch,
Tnylor, from Brighton Boach. moving Defaul
ter, a ton-to-ono horeo. up to tho londorson tho
railroad turn, nnd taking Bocond plnco nt
Badge's shoulders. Bnowdrop swoncd and
bolted at the ontranco to tho straight, down
which all ongngod In n whipping, driving finish.
A furlong from homo, lladco. Defaultor, and
George Oyster raced heads apart, aa nnmoa,
whilo Cascado joined tho front rank. Defaultor
f rained ground at tho finish, winning tho race
y a length. Badgo camo in second, a longth
in front ot Goorgo Oystor, Cascade fourth.
riBEiszt's kasy vic-ronr.
Tree handicap sweepstates of tVi each, if not declared
cut, with If I 2SO added, of which tJZQ to the second, ono
mile and tlireo-suteeutbs. . .
J. II Uaggln'a b f. MrenzL . by Oienelg Florida, ISO
Oakwood Mtable U. ronnemara. 1 in (Littlenel I) . 2
W ('. Pslys b. h. The Bourbon, a, 05 (EUke) 3
ltupert and Ten Hooker also ran.
Time, 3 03.
Betting FIto to 3 on ttrenrl. ngslnst Connemara, 4
to 1 ; Ilupert, 7 to 1; The Bourbon and Ten Booker, caoh
12 to 1.
Ruport. as usual, went out to pot tho paco
at tho start. Connoraara keeping him company,
and Garrison holding Flrenzl nt tho rear of tbe
line on passing tho stand into tbo ocn milo.
Tho line strung out somowhat at tho turn to
tho backstrotch. Garrison moving Flronzl into
closor quarters, and Ten Bookor taking tho
roar. Connomara gained the lend along tho
backstrotch, but was headod off by Tbo Bour
bon and Iluport, tho threo passing tho half
mllo post lapping to the nock, with Flronzl
fourth, an onon longth behind tho loaders. Tho
Bourbon hold the lead Into tho homostrotch,
with Connomnra nt IiIb nock and Firen7i ovon
with Connomara'fi girth. Garrison lot Fironzl
have her way In tho last furlong, the mnro win
ning hnndsdownbvthrco-qunrtoreof nlongth.
Connomnra Ilnlshod Bocond nnd The Bourbon
tbiru, separated by two lengths.
EXTBA ItACE FOR MAIDENS.
Parse tGOO. for maiden two-year elds; entrance 820.
those not having run second for $2,000 allowed 3
Sounds; three quarters of u mUe.
1) Withers a Sensation-Chamois (111, 107 (Ultle-
lleld) .. 1
P. Lorillard. Jr'snr g. Kuartan, 107 (Kllke) 2
I) Cldeon'sU c Radiant, ml (Hisher) 3
Sourlro. Marsac, Gladys, Llllie M, and the Elantlo
filly also ran
Betting Against the Chamois filly, 2 to 1 ; Khaftan,
to 1. Marsac 5 to 1 ; houiire, 7 to 1; Hlastlo lllly, B to
I; Uladys and Radiant, each IS to 1.
Tho Elastic filly boltpd when tho maldons
dashed away at flngfall, loaplng tho fence,
breaking tho top rail, and throwing Ooodalo.
hor rider, hoavlly on tho grans. Ooodnlo and
the filly oscaood Injur)', Lllko Font Khaftan
In tho lend along tho backstrotch from tho
start. Sounro running socond to tho head of
the homestretch, entering which Khaftan led
Sourlro hnlf a length, Itadlant third atSourlre's
glrtn, with Mnrsac and tho Chamois filly also
in tho bunch, Mr. Withors'a lllly coming through
fafct. At the soventh-furlong post tho ChnmoiB
lllly had Khartan by the neck. Pushing Khaf
tan back, tho Chamois lllly ran in winner by
two longths, Kbuftnn second, and Itadlnnt
third, two lengths nway. Mr. Wllhors named
his filly Chemlxe nftor sho won.
THE SFXLLNa RACE.
rarsoteoo, for threo ear-olds and upward; selling
allowances, one mile
Jersey Heights (table's b c. McLamrhlln, 4, by King
Alfonso Vis a Ms. 117 (W Harwarif Jr) . . 1
I) Itldeon'sb f. Luminary. 3 03 (Anderson) 2
II ('. lerssb h llonnlo.H, I13(uyuurn. ,. -'
Niagara, rcrtcle. Unique, CUy Fate, Kins' H, and
Crusader also ran
Time, I 44
Betting Luminary. 2 to 1 . Magara and Pericles, each
&tol, unique, etol; liounte K, ttol, Crusader, 12
to I , KliiK II., IS to 1; Clay 1-ate, 20 tu 1
W. Hnywnrd, Jr., wns first away on Mc-
i.nuguiiii. mo lour-ycar-om son oi mnu Al
fonso and vls-n-Vls. a twenty-to-ono horso in
tho betting. Ho led Niagara by a length and n
half on thoclub-houso turn, and on tho back
Btrctch oponcd a gupof twoorthroo lengths.
Mi'Littighltn na uotor headod. but tlio raco
liocamo voty exciting nt tho UnlHh, whon young
Ilayward lauded MoLnughlin nluner by a neck
from the futnrlto, I.uininnry, ridden, by Andei
eon. Bonnlu S. camo third, at Luminary's head,
TUB JUMI'IM) HACK.
A handicap steeplechase ovtr the short coursofora
S arse of $t of which if ii to the second
tanle Mortimer ch li Westmori 'and, aged, by Wil
ful dam i Lord Clyde l'i-' (Mara) 1
W. f Pali's b b Willie FoJmcr . liH(l'ost) . ,, 2
T French's b. h Msntinnre o, HOil'pdjkej . U
llrac a Bun. Jackson, blphin, Reiartee, Jim Uurpliy,
Bobstsy, bam Brown, Lcroy, and t Imiitlcloer also
Betting Against U estinoreland, 7 to .' Ilrao a Ban, 1
to 1 1 Mentmure, Iteparter. and ) lllle 1'almer, eaUi h to
1, Klpliln. 10 toll earn nrnwn, 10 to 1. 1 hantlrletr, )J
tol, Leruy, Jim Murphy, Bobstay, and Jaiksoa, each
2ii to I
Chantlcloor, Jim Murphy, Kopartpo, and Wil
lie Pal mor cleared the first hurdle In tho front
rnnk, Jim Murphy taking tho load on the wy
to the far turn, but ho refused tho fourth jump
nnd bolted out of tbo raco. Tho horscu bognn
to string out on tho way to the wator jump,
Ham Brown clearing It two ' length h in tho load,
ltopnrtoo.Juekbon, and Wllllo l'nlmor follow
ing In tho ordornntucd. ,WiBtmoroland, Wllllo
I'ltlmer. lteparteo. nnd Montmoro closed up at
tbo hurdlo noar tho qunrtor-mllo post, Chan,
tlcloor wont to grnss ut this jump, throwing M.
Nolim henvlly, Howe nnd rider luckily es
caped Injury, Willie Pnlmor. Itopartou, WohN
morelnnd, ond Montmoro took tho firm hurdlo
on tho truck in Ipso order, nnd llllo Palmer
was first otor tho ltit hurdlo, but Westmoro
land outfootoil AVllllo Palmor on the tun in,
Mara landing Westmoreland winner by a length
nnd n half. Willlo Palmer came bocond uml
Montmoro third, threo longths apart.
(Iroon II. Morris lins bought of 1). J. Swlgert
of Kentucky tho carling colt bjrGJenulg out
of Uueon of Scots. Prlto H.1IU0. The young
ster la a half brothor to Mary Andorson. He
will bo sent to Monmouth Park.
Tho Molbourne and Ohlcngo StnbloB will each
Bond a number of horses to Monmouth Park
from Kuratogu to-day. Among tho Melbourno
lot will bo the lllly Lioness.
There will be an extra raco at Monmouth to
morrow, a soiling race for two-yeur-oldsliavlug
been added to ths programme.
Tb Beat Ulgu-CUe Cliarettca.
JUmuer Bio.' Bpeclal f aroura-Mt.
mGSTON BEATS THE'STARS,
lUi! BABI AOADfBX XlltS TTEBT UT
TUB KXCKLaiOll ttXAKBS.
Thei IttrTBi- Craek Calt Dereat Terra
t'etl), the lrlde f Chlcaeo, sunt Elkwoad,
the SubnrbaiBi tVlnnei Otpst Qneen tVlna
tke Hplnanrny to tlrei Anrprls) of the
tnnre Cravrd Present-Other Victor.
Bahatooa, N. V., July 81. With clear
warm weathor thoro was a good attendanco nt
tho race track to-day. Tho ndont of a now
fltartor, In tho person of Mr. Jnmos Sheridan,
gao tbo mooting a now sond-olT, ns It woro, for
tho hotting was llvollor than on nny day yot.
Mr, Shorldan had four largo Holds to hnndlo
to-day, but ho got thorn nil off In good Bf ylo.
and tho last raco wai concluded at tho early
Of course tho great Intorost of tho day was In
tho meeting of Kingston, Torrn Cottn. and
r.lkwood In tho Uxcolslor Stakes. All
threo famous horsos woro woll backod by
their frlonds. Tho last bottlng waa
11 to 10 against Kingston, 7 to 5 Torra Cottn,
4 to 1 Elk wood. Starting nt tho loorturn,
tho trio got nway with Terra Cotta Betting tho
pace. Elk wood second, Kingston Inst. Tor a
mile back to the starting point thoy ran In this
order, from n longth to two lengths npnrt.
Thon as thoy struck tho straight work, Mc
Laughlin laoted Kingston up. Elkwood nlso
Increased bin pneo. and tho critical strugglo
began. So light n boy ns Gcorgo Co Ington
earning oer twonty poundsof deadweight,
was poworloBS to forco Torrn Cotta along
fnstor, nnd, although ho hold tho lead until
woll Insido tho last furlong, Kingston waa
drawing on him Inch by incli. At tho betting
quarters, n sixteenth from tho wlro, Terra
Cottn etill led by n nock noxt tho rails, wtiilo'
Elkwood In tho middle, nnd Kingston on tho
outsldo wero on noarly even torms. Fifty yards
from homo Kingston drow locl amid great
oxcltomont nnd won by a nock. Torra Cotta
boating Elkwood half n longth. Tho tlmo,
2:10V, wns fully n socond to a socond and a
half slower than Torrn Cotta with a stronger
jockoy could hnvo nocompllshod to-day, judg
ing from tho wny In whloh ho finished. Ho
pulled up seemingly not at all tirod.
Only one nthorlnorito besides Kingston got
home first. Ilaggln'aProso In tho first raco. a
2 to 1 shot. Sho won n good raco easily nftor
Clara C. had led to tho last furlong. The time,
1:15, was fast. . . . . .,..
In tho third rnco Lolox boat a fast field In
1 :47. which la closo to tho record for a mllo nnd
n sixteenth. Wary looked a winner until tho
Inst hundred yards, whon Lolex hoadod her
nnd won. Tho old horso was at fi to 1 In tho
betting. ThoSplnnwny Stakos resulted In n
big tipsot for both of tho fnvorltos. Gypsy
Queen headod tho Lioness and Queen
of Trumps, and won clovorly in ,1:03, fast
tlmo. but thon tho wolghts wero light. A still
Bliorter horso yot landed tho Belling race. Ban
Van nnd Jennlo MoFarlaud wero tho f avorltos,
but tho former got nway slowly, and Drum
stick, n IB to Ichnnco, finally beat CoLOwons
and Ban Ynn nftor a oloso rnco. JJrumstlok was
put up ut miction nnd sold to J. Bhndloy for
1.300, an ndvanco of 700. It ralnod very hard
this aftornoon, and the track will bo hoavy to
morrow. Tho summnry follows:
Purse WOO, entrance money, flS each, to second;
three quarter of n mile. . . M
J. II liaggln U f. Froao, 8. by Onondaga Poetry, 00
LamVaney'oro.' b e Banner BosreiC'tVllotWlulams').' 2
hanta Anita Ruble a b m hslrella, 5, 101 (Armstrong) 3
Clara C. Blggonette, Mala, Kentucky Ban, Hilda,
James A. 1 1., and Klla umlih colt also started.
Auctions Banner- Bearer 823 Prose. 118; Estrella,
14, Biguonette, $s tleld.SZO Mutuals paid $20 lu.
The Excelsior Btakea, for oil age. $1,000 added; one
mils and a quurter. . , t ,
Uwyer Bros.' br c Kinnston, 4, by Fpendthrift-Ka-
tianga, 1IB (Mclaughlin) . .. ... ... .... 1
Chicago btable'e.ch c. Terra Coua, 4, 11R (O, Coving-
Waiter Oratt'a ch h hlkwood. 0, 115 (Martin) J
Time. 2 IOM.
Auctions Klncston. loo. Terra. Cotta, (S3, Elkwood,
(so. Mutuals paid (12.00.
free handicap sweepstake ot (20 each, with (SCO
arded. one mils and a sixteenth .
I) A. Honlgs b. (. Lelex, iced, by Lelaps War Reel,
110 (Tarsi) I
T. H.steTens'ab f Wary. 4, 107 (Moore) 2
J. II Thompson'ch h Bad, 0, I0S (Mewmoyer) a
Molly MeCarthy's Last, voibnrir. Ten Broeck. Jr.
Hyporrlte. Macbeth II. Brown Pule. Bontta, Oarsman,
and Bohemian also started.
Auctions-Field. U, Brown Dnko, (20; Dad, (12;
Lelex. 810. Mutuals paid (fleldk t 70.
The Fpinaway Btakes for two year old Allies, with
(7U0 added; three quarters of a mile
Excelsior stable's b Gypsy Queen, by Rayon d'Or
Liahtunah lt)O(Uartln) t
L. 1 hlmmons'a ch. f. queen of Trnmps, too (Barnes). 2
K. l"ryor Co.'s Palsy Woodrntr li3(Walker) 3
The Lioness, Itetrlet e Ilosehud. and Vendetta also ran.
Auctions Field, (so. The Lioness, (20; Queen of
Trumps, (2. Mutual paid (47.
Relllng race, purse (400; entrance money, (10 each, to
second . three quurtrs of a mile
K. w. Tltomas s b k Drumstick, 4, by Dalnacardoch
Apple Blossom, toj (Allen) . . 1
n ilrvor A Co 's b. h Col Owens. 0, OS (Walker) 2
U () Scullr'sch c. Ban Van. 3. 100 (Barnes) a
Kedar Khan. Jennie Mctarland. Carrie O., itomp.
Wee Wa, bkobelofi; and Capulin alsoaurted.
Time, I 18J4
Auctions Field. (SO; Jennie IfcFarlasd, (23; Ban
Tan, in. Mutuals paid (SJ.
JtAClNO AT XOXKEItS.
tTockey Frnnk Mcl.aagblla Haled Off for
Strlklmc a Man on the Truck.
Thcro was ft fair attendance nt tho races
horo to-day. Including many womon. Tho
track was In oxcollent condition and tho sport
first-class, While tho horses wero nt tho post
In tho third raco n spectator nccusod Frnnk
McLaughlin, who was In tho Baddlo on John
Aloxandor. of riding a stiff, whereupon Mc
Laughlin dismounted and struck tho man with
his whip. Aftor tho raco was over tho judges
called McLaughlin up. McLaughlin, not sh
ine satisfactory answer, was promptly ruled
nIT the track. McLaughlin started to fight tho
man nftor tho raco, but was prevented by tho
Tnrae J2SO, of which (SO to second; alx and one-half
Clifton Htablo'e ch h. Greenfield, fl, by (lien Athol
Lotta, 115 (f. McLaughlin) I
T y.Lolea'ach c Banker, .k 109 (Tribe) 2
J Adlersb ( Pocasselt, 4. 123 (Malooei U
Belle Brackeit, Tinslou, Illsnholio. Iiavana, Competi
tor, lamp. Ann, and 1 he Boss also ran
Time, I 27.
Auctions-Banker. (7. Oreesneh), (3; Held. (10. Mu
tuals paid (S.40, (am (a J3
Turse (2SO. of which (SO to second; five furlongs.
P. Istters ch. m Hilt, aged, by Top Sawyer Agnes,
KMOetter) . . ... 1
A. Harrington's ch f. Luna Brown & 10i (Coffee). .. 2
J'arak'oii Mable'e cb m. Mamlo B S.03 (Tribe) . 2
Dizzy Brunuette, Alt Powers, 1'urlta. Dok The Miller.
French I'alseuote, Trade Dollar, and Btandlford Kellar
Time 1 ns.
Auctions ODt (7. Luna UroHn, (S, neld, (10. Ma
tuals paid 8u 20, EUO, (J.
Turte (.so, of which (3 to second, four and a half fur,
C. Terrr's b k I'arkrllle, 4, by Tom Bowling LI An
derson. US(rilnis) . 1
II. tltlsey'sbr. m ldaWcst.4. lOlfTrlbt) ... 2
C. J. Uarrtann's lir, g Bradburn. 4. lot (Coldler). ... i
John Alexander Mna 11. Marguerite, itello, Matlna,
Lllllau K,, Bloas, Petersburg, and Avery also ran.
Auctions-John Alexander, (d, field (12. Mutual paid
(33 20, 8,(4Jo
rune S2V1, of which (SO to second Five furlong,
ff. M, Upoleby'a ch c Barney B , 4, by Ten Broeck
hnslo Fuller. lUMBsrton) .... , 1
M. Wierldan a b f. lui.aho, H I10(J. Lynch) U
C. A Stokes's br. h Wilfred Jay. u, lltMUUie) J
Auditor. 1'urie, Lizzie M . and Valor also ran
Auctions Wilfred Jar JM, Bosalle, f3; field, (fl. Mu
tuais paid (2 83, TJ a. (3.
I'urie (KV), of which (30 to second Beren and one.
halt Pirlou. .
J, C tarrsch. h Fred Davis, S, by Fndower-Itcid, 120
(Crittenden) , .. 1
T. K Coles s blk. c. Igllank 3. 113 (Watson) . . , 2
Boulevard Btable'sch. f Pilot, aged, !2U(Ualone).. ... a
eptunusand Peacock also ran
Time, 1 smi.
Auctions-Vigilant, S3, Held, (10. Mutual! paldCsaos,
, (U.MU, (J 4a
llnrnura Wine t Cape Mar.
CirF. Mat, July 31. About flvo hundred nor
sons attended the race at tbe Cape May Prltlng Park
Hrst Ilace Three quarters of a mile. Jim Brennan.
Burton Mule, llarollue. and Breyfogle stsrtsd Mute
won, Burton secouik and Brerlorfo third. Time. ItlR.
hetoud itats Fire furlongs Theora, llald, Mna W
Hector, hlher Htar, dleiiola and lloyal II started Mna
W tviuv Theora second. Hector third. Time I ooK.
(Uanola Ml, throwluu' her rlltr (Pone)), breaking tits
collar bone, aud olherwholnlurlng him
Third Itaco line lulle alet, Joe Mitchell, King Bird,
aud iitenbrook started. alet van, Joe Mitchell second,
and Olsnbrook third. Time, M75L
rourtti Baca one mile. 1'lrale, fit, Mck. Barnura.
Itoastta, and black Priocestarted. Barnutu won, 1 Irate
second, as ftoaeue third. Tune, 1 ,4U.
1w Mere Oats tmr the Kaaisrs,
Tranklln Beamos, owner of tbo pretty little
black and tan (loop yacht Kangaroo, la as happy a the
average father of twins U supposed to be, but hi twins
are two mora silver price lust awarded to his yacht by
the Jtace Committee of the 8awanhke yacht Club.
Under date of July 2A Chairman Louis Bsyard writes to
tell him that "a protest entered by tbe sleep Iseolt
agalnet I he Barrels n nor been allowed by this com
jnlttee, the regular prise In Class VI1L.U wsllaatb
special prU la that dais, hat Usea awarded t9 Kan-faros."
tub aiuxD crncvix.
A Tin Track and Excellent llpcrt at Clov.
Cleveland, July ai. Tho Grand Circuit
trots oponcd to-day with a lino track nnd
splendid woather. There was n good attend
anco for an opening day, nnd tho sport was
good from start to finish. Thore woro big flolda
forevory ovont nnd nil wero holly contcstod.
The first ovont was tho 2:1)0 trotting class with
ton starters. It was a bnttlo botwoon Jnck, Al
lie W and Graelo B. Thoy woro closo to
gether at every finish nnd good tlmo was made.
2 30 close trotting, purse 2,ooo!
JCK 114 1
AlllsW 2 2 12
Milton Plsckwood h 7 2 ii
Oracle II i a 1 3
1-tar Monarch -in 4
lloqna Wllkea n h T 7
Urnerra. 7 n 10 I)
Clcen 1l H
UrndyBoy . 0 H dls.
Tinie-2 22; 3X2H. 2.2JK. 2.M.
Thoro wero olovon Btartnrs in tho 3:21 pnclng
cln"s, nnd tho brown stallion Bessomor won In
threo straight honts. nt ter n hard strugglo with
Onlo L Tho pnio was or y fast for tho olass.
2 21 claw, pacing, purse (l.oott
Bessemer 1 1
Onlel) 2 .1 U
BillvHtewart 0 2 4
BuddDoble 7 2
Wlrnnee H H .1
Johni) 4 4 S
Bessemer (mare) 3 3 s
Jodee Lynch 0 7 7
HrArchy 3 dls.
nrandmother to dls.
Jessie II . 11 Uls.
Tho 2:32 clas brought out nlno stnrtorR. and
five boats woro required to nuttlo tho contest
botwoon tho two leadotR, T. T. S. and Kit
Curry. lllnckJnck and Goau Smith mndo It
very interesting for tho first and Bocond
horses, und Jr. was n closo nnd exciting contest.
2 22 class; trotting; $J,uoopnrsc.
T.T.H ... 3 2 111
KitOunr I 14 7 3
Blackjack 2 3 2 li
tlean Smith 7 s 3 2 2
Plush B 0 r. 3 7
LynnW 4 4 li h k
Hi. Klmo 3 0 n " 4
Kdwlnc fl 7 7 4 ii
Lady Helen. S II II
Ttuie-2U8S1 Sl IBM, 2 thJt 2 31, 2.20.
VADDY WHIPS rum.
A. SJavace Hoc Fight In which One Animal
I JFrcttr Well Used Up.
Paddy and Poto, two bulldogs, fought
early yostorday morning In a rosort at Mari
ner's Harbor, Stnten Island. Tho fight was
for (250 aside, and it was wltnosscd by six or
sovon dozen Bergon Point, Ellzaboth, nnd
Htatou Island sporting men. Poto Is a pure
white, hailing from Statou Island, nnd is tho
wlnnor of fourteen bard-fought battles. Pnddy
belongs to a Bergen Point sport, and hna noor
been whlppod. With tho oxcoptlon ol a brown
BPOton his back ho Is entirely whlto. Koch
weighed 33 pounds. A veteran doiuhandlor
nnd cock figutor from Port Richmond handled
Poto, while n well-known Borgon Point youth
Tho bnttlo lastod 1 hour and 33 minutes.
During tho first half hour Poto was the favor
ite, and tho btaten Islanders bet ten to six
that ho woula win. Tho Jorsoymen Bald little,
but quietly accoptod all offors. For nioro than
nn hour Peto fought with unusual ferocity,
making attack aftor attack. Paddy, in tho
moon tlmo. ncted on tho defonslvo. nnd mot
his antagonist ntovery point. IIo nlso exhib
ited considerable Btratogy. and bo worrlod and
punished Poto thnt tho latter bocamo ex
hausted through his violent offorts nnd tbo
loss of blood. The Islanders thou endeavored
to hedgo their bots, and offors of ton to eight
on Paddy wero froely mado. When tbo doge
woro taken from tho pit Peto was almost dead.
Ills throat was terribly out, ono log was almost
useless, and tho aw of anothor was nlmost
chewed off. Paddy escapod without much
Eorious nuntshmont, nnd the reforeo awarded
tho victory to him. About (2,000 changed
hands on tho result.
Mr. Morris' JLecldetit Another Indication
tnut Our Metboili Nhould be Altered.
To the Editor of The Sun Sir: Tho re
cent accident at Saratoga to Mr. Morris, the rider of
Warrington, discloses again what The bey haa so ably
and repeatedly Bet forth, viz., that steeple -hosing
should be aboUshsd, unless conducted properly, and as
exhibited at Cedarhurst, L. I. There are few serious ac.
cidents if any there, for tho Jump are very stiff; there
la a total aboUtlon of the time test, and only the very
cream of the welght'Careylnc thoroughbreds can sue.
cessfullr negotiate the eourse.
Steepfechaslng la solely tor the purpose of Improrlng
tbe breed of hunters, and for no other nurpoKe. Can
anything then be more absurd, and at ttioaamo time
criminal, than to aee the weed oeldlngs outcasts
from the flat. Bent into the steeplechase to im
prove tbe breed of humors f Mr Morris 1 a true
sportsman, and I regret exceedingly that he has
himself been wtUin to encourage by his horse and his
riding the perpetuation ot a sport uuder conditions
which the honieof thlaclaseof racing (tngland) vould
never tolerate for an instant. Mr. Morrla racing part
ner, Harry Ilarwood, u lovely young tel'ow, loat hu life
at the Ivy City race course for the abore reason, and
Mr. Torrance lost bis In France because ths same errors
ot time Uklng. low lumps, and the speed of the Cat ts
demanded there as here. Now the flat of fatality will
continue nnul tke course are laid out and the races
regulated by some expert commfltee similar to that
whlLh domUiatea at KoLkaway, where they make a stilt
conne, abolish the tlmo test, and put in stock which
must be up to the highest grass-country raclug mark, or
thoy oaa never successfully negotiate the cuuntry
C. D. L,
UaelDBT In England.
LosiDoy, July 31. Tho Goodwood meotlng
opened to-day. The race for the Ham btakes, for two
year olds, was won by a length by the Duke ot Port
laud'a bay colt Donovan The Duke of Westminster s
bay filly ileur de Lys waasecond, and Prince SoltykofTa
bay filly Pantomime a bad third.
Tho race for tbe Riohmond stakes, for two year-olds,
was won by Itoso a bay colt OuUlvor, Prince Koltykorrs
bay filly Cherry Bounce second, and the Duke of West
minster's chestnut colt Oscar third.
The race for tho Btewards' Cup waa won by T. Can
non'a flre-yearoid brown mare Tib, Mr A. Coopers
three-year old brown colt Blamarck second, three
lengths ahead of Sir F. Johnstone's three-year old bay
filly The Shrew, third. There were twenty one starters.
The race for the (Iratwlcke htakes had oaly two start
era Lord Elleamere a bay Elly Kstafette and Mr. Man
ton's chestnut colt Satiety. The betting was 10 to t In
raver of Satiety, but Lsufette wen by four lengths.
Yachting; and Iloatlna-iVote.
Tho pretty llttlo kocl sohoonor Trlnculo has
been sold by Mr. T. B Uowriur to ome young yachts
men, who are bavins' her fitted up
Lying In Manning' basin. South Brooklyn arothe
steam yachts Badha, Idle Hour, Mystery, and Ella, the
schooners Kea Witch and Ko hame, the sloops AUanUo
and Dolphin, and Mr. radelford a cutter Ileeu
Joseph Stlckney, who owns the palatial stesmyscbt
Susquehanna that carried the President on hi fishing
trip. Is a wealthy coal merchant doing business in this
city. He la a member of the New York, hastern, and
American Yaoht Clubs, and a trustee In the latter or
ganization fl is actitmud. fast time In the recent raco
on Lontr Island hound, but Mr. Mlckne) is confident thnt
she will develop a great ileal nioro spoed than wis
shown on that day. Hue la roinmantltU by is abl, a
skinpernaeicr trod n quarter del k, ('apt John milling
Cumtnoiluro itobert .M Whltlrg lias ui idr anothtr of
Ms rHtnnrkttble rt cords. 1lelM7Jt.arHolL and yet bn
tw een daybreak on tfiturd.. ,md sunftt oil Mind ty ho
rnaeil lti miles In Mi omrlgyrr glares Me AtOA l
on haturday he started for Itiwrsido Conn , from tliu
uruna liout Club houfe ut Bay Kldgt. Ho ooered the
distance In nine hours, and waa met by an euthusisstio
party of friends, who uave him a good send on at a
uilock foralougpull across the bound to Northport.
L. I , wheru be urrlved at lo r, M. After 10 hours'reit
he started at h on bunday morning for llav Itiilga,
arrlvlngaltbeboatlinuselnlust II liours(7l' M) The
illftancelssald lobe loo miles, and the commodore a
rowing time was only 2r hours
Bear Commodore rdw In I) Morgan nt the Sew York
Yacht Club, and owner of tho sloop jacht Mayflower,
has sent tho yacht to Jtewnrk Irom Newport to pre
lareherfor the annual cruise. It I his Internum to
enter her In the biir aloop class at the (loelet Cup race on
Tbe Pioneer Rowing Club haa chartered the steamer
Betlovue to carry their frueits and the tug Kescuo to
carry thalr shells to the Long- Island regatta on Ang It)
at Bowery Bay The steamer Crystal Btream haa been
secured by the Varans ot Bay Itldgo, Crew from both
club are In training.
The entter yacht Muriel of hew Vnrk. Stephen A.
Cooper, owner, which is cruising eastward, arrived at
Boston yesterday, having on board as rues. II, 1,
Prate and William M, Ballard
A. wrestling match Monday night at Marlboro. Mass,
between 11 M. Pufur nnd Boraklchi. the "Jap " wss
won by Dufur. The first bout catch av-catch cun, was
won by Boraklchl In twenty minutes Tho seoond bout,
collar and elbow, waa won by Dufur In four minutes, and
the third bout, Oraico-Itouiaa, by Dufur intwchemln
The Rtaten Island Athletic Clnh'e ladles' Invitation
lawn tenuis tournameut far singles, doubles, and mixed
doubles win be opened this afternoon on their grounds
at West Brighton lu the singleH and doubles play will
becalleil at-t P. M , and In ihe mixed douhlesattu.
The tournament will continue four dae MlssAdalo
Ward and Mlsa Y Knidneon two of last year's chant
pious, v,lll be among thoionleitanle
Tho trial of apocd nmong operators on tho
different writing machines, which haa been looked for
ward to with ao ronch Interest during the put few
weeks, will take place tc-nlght at H o'clock at the rooms
of the Metropolitan Stenographers' Association. 20H
West Twenty first street A large number of routeatants
have slgnltled their intention of being present. I'ries
aggregating tin will be distributed among the three
operutora who writo the largest number of wonla In lite
ronseoutlre minutes with ll.e least number of errnra
The coutest will bo oonducteQ by u committee appointed
by the association
Amateur line llall Jslaes.
Regulation Scoro Bheots supplied free of
charge to all base ball amateurs Applr al the ofilc ot
Thk Hvknuu Hon'. AppllcaUons by mall must b accom
panied by a two-cent atamp lo cot er postage.
lias Ball l'e Clremnd Ta-dar.
Grand League championship game. Washington vs.
Hew York. Games P.M. Admission DOc. To-morrow,
Cuban (Hants vs. New York (reserved nine), Jan
Base ban Oakland Park to-day, 4 r. at. J artsy City
V. WUkasban. Ucuu.-aS'a
IN FIRST PLACE AT LAST.
it took rms iiiAits of iiAitn irony.-..
nvr rna next xoitits a ox niEnr,
Detroit Make n Hard trnirle t Keep TJt,
hnt'l Forced to Give Way TlroeUyn
fiieet n Defeat Other Gnntea and Oesstn.
Tho Now York Base Ball Club to-day holds
first Dlaco In tho League raco for tho first tlmo
In Its history alter tho playing Benson was
well advnncod. Tor fivo years tho club hna
tried for first place, but tho nparost thoyoor
camo to It was ln1885. when thoy droppod Into
Becond ploco about tho middle of tho soiifoh,
nnd followed on tho hoels of tho Chlcugo Club
until thoy plnyod tlio last games atCtdcago.
Had thoy won thnt sorios thoy would have
Eocurod tho pennant. Tholr chancos for win
ning It nro now bettor than thoy otcr lino
beon. Tho NowYorks nro nrotty woll oft In
pitchers, whilo tho Chicago and Detroit Clubs,
now tho only (lnngorous foosof tho New York
Club, nro deficient In that roipoct.
In 1880 tho Now Yorkn ended tho season In
third place, and last yoar In fourth place. Tho
tram this season Is strongor tlinn It hna over
been, nnd of lato has boon putting up a gamo
thnt is hard to beat. Tho soason Is only half
over, and tho wind-up will bo a harder fight
thnn uiual, tho clubs being now close togothor.
In jooterday's games tho rosults wore:
I.oaguo Now York G, Washington 1: Indianap
olis 7, Detiolt 5; Philadelphia (!, Boton6. The
Chicago-Pittsburgh gamo was prevented by
rain. Association Cincinnati 3. Brooklyn 0:
St. Louis 2, Coland 8; Athlotio 4, Kansas
City 0: Baltlmoro 7. Loulsvlllo 2.
til KITIOHSI. LBAGCK.
iron. Zot riavra. Ttrct.
r-ew York 4a : in .aij
Petrolt 47 211 Til .flIH
Chlragn 4 al 70 .& J
Boston J7 4 7H ,474
lii. ..aI.,1,1,. -it i . .- ,
Htlauiirith. !1 40 711 ,1.11
Indlanapolia thi 41 71 ,4i)
Haibmxtou. SS 47 79 .373
ma antaiu.1 inoainos.
Won. ImL rtay'd. Ttrrt.
Rt. Louis. to n 77 .0.10
Brooklyn. nt : M .017
Cincinnati. 4M 20 77 jnu
Athletic 45 JLI 79 .
Baltimore II 44 7M 43l
Loul.vllle 1'J -K 77 .377
Cleveland ail x 71 JJ77
KansasCltr. i'2 W 79 ej
NEW TOBK, 0 ! WASnnJOTOS, 1.
Every bnso ball lovor in tbli town is happy,
probably for tlio first tlmo slnco ho holpod
choor tho old-tlmo resldontclub on tolctory
in tho days gono by. Tho crank with tho greon
umbrella rodo homo in a conch. IIo had mado
awngor that ho Yiould walk homo otory day
until tho Now Yorks had first place Llttlo
Mlckoy Welch was tho pivot upon which tho
victory hung, nnd Mlckoy vns equal to tho
omorgency. Tho game pnf up by tho Now
Yorks all through was far suporior to that of
tho day bef oro. Thoy hit IUnk O'Day's curves
when a hit was roauirod, nod handled tho ball
In a way that Bent n cold chill to tho
honrts of tho Bonators. Widnor was
to hao pitohod for tho 'NiBltors, but
O'Day wont In tho box nt tho last momont.
whilo Slack, who looks ns though bo would
broak off at any moment, supported him bo
hind tho bat. Both mon ld romnrknbly lino
work. Except In tbo fourtl inning, tho visitors
put up just ns good a gnrne as thoy did on llon
dny, but they found Wolcb much hnrdor to hit.
Hoy and Wllmot mado ronarkably lino eatchos.
Shoch's long running catch of a ball from
Goro's bat In tho fifth wne a foaturo. Wllmot
proventcd a homo run In tho fourth inning,
whon n man wns on third, by a long running
catch back by tho ropos of n lino hit from
Tho crowd yesterday numborod 3,171, not ns
largo as usual ; but thoy mado as much noiso
ns three times that nt ntbor ordinarily mako.
Thoy honied at ovorytlilng. Umplro Danlola
cnt.to In for a hhnro of abuse: but his decisions
t oro lust about ns bad for ono sldo ns lor tlio
othor. Tho work of the Now lorks. notwith
standing tho throo errors, which, by the way,
woro oicusnblo, was all that any ono could ask.
And when they wont rathe bat It wns with tlio
Idea of hitting tho tall, and hitting it safely.
This was no easytasi.conslderlngtheromurk
nblo work of tno visliori' outilold.
Tho guino opened rlth tho homo toam nt tho
bat llio new Wcstnrn mascot of tho New
lurk team w:s norhoro lit eight, nor did he
put in an npioarnno during the gnmo Tho
old-timo mnbcot wni on hand, and. ns the club
won tlio gamo while no wn around, the now
ono will probnbl) uao to retire. Tho Now
jorks woro their !d tvhito uniforms. Their
tiglit-lltting whlto )erspn, with Hhort sloouy,
looked more buIueiiR like after all.
Gore begin the fun by hitting n fly to
O'llrlon. Danny Elchr.rdson onclishod tho
ball Into loft Hold fcr a hao lilt, and thon stolo
second. Dally captured Ward's flj, and Tlor
n.tn got first on baft O'Day did not hcem to
bo In any hurry tolrf'our" Mlkohit tho hall.
Connor cut olT nllchaneos lor runs In this In
ning h) popping tuialongfoul which Jfack got.
In tho second inning nftor two mon woro out,
Kwlngdroto tho Bill down through loft centro
lluld. Tho hit wu n dandy, nud it shout of
"Thero sho goes" burst from tho throats of
tho spoetntors. Buck hobblod around tho bases
asfnstnshi6lanlog would nllow. but whnt
hhouhl hnvo beonn homo run pannod out only
"Just my luck," sold Lwing, no ono on tho
bnsos. of oourco.'
Mickey Welch vas at tho bat, but ho rctlrod
In the tho third Inning, nftor Gorn had filed
out to Hoy, RioUrdson popped ,t dnwdrop into
left Held for ono base. Ho monkoiod on first
baso just u llttlo too fnr, nnd O'Day throw tho
ballot or to each him. Umpire Daniels did
not sco O'Urloapull Itichnrdson's hand ofl tho
bag nnd Raid "Out." Then thoro was a kltk
In which Lwirjfl made a fow fine ctrokos. but
DnnlolR throw up his hands and Inslbtod thnt
It was out. AUiniBiiuio tno visitors iiuuiailou
to get a hit. orOMin a man to first baso.
'I Ionian watthn first out In tho fourth in
ning on a fly :o O'Brien. Then O'Dny hit Con
nor with tho 'mil Tbo noxt moment tho Senn
tors went to jlocos, aud the hearts of tho spec
tators lenpo for oy. This In how it enmo
nbout: Conner stolo second, nnd O'lEourko hit
a HJinrp groimlor to Donnelly, which tho latter
threw wild. O'llrlon got the ball and nlso
threw wild. Connor got homo and O'Hourko
to second. VTbilo tho fun wns going on Ahlt
noy hit to left Hold, und Wllmot floldod the ball
to tho plate lid nnd let O'ltourko homo. Thou
Wllmot cut living out of n homo run by
awomlerfU ditch. Whitney, hot ovor, scored
onthoout. Tlio Uxltois got their oul run lu
till-, lupin.'. Wnrd fumbliid Hoi's groundor.
nore Hinds a fine attempt to get Jliers'n drlto
to left centrv, but l.itiod. A hit by Dully to loft
jet Ilo em o home.
Tho Nov Yorkh nddoil ono run to tholr ncoro
in the njth, and it uas only by the sharpost
jjnd oi iu-k hy tho honutors that tho homo
club did icjloveiido bottor than thlh.
'JhTiinj ononed tho tdxth with a baso on
balls, hu: O'Day caught him playing oil first.
Thon Caumr cot to first on balls, and wont
around lu third on 0'ltourk'o'n two-bnodrlto
to centre flohl. Whitney was then sent to first
on Imlls nnd tho babes woio full, i.winghit n
blow gr(n.ndor toward O'Brien, nnd whilo tho
latter vni uniting lor tho ball to como to him
Connor inn homo, Welch could not hit tho
ball, and tho limine ondod.
Ooodlnrd hitting two tho last two runs for
Now Vcrlt. Aftor tno mon woro out lu tho sev
enth Inning, Wnrd slammed tho hall uown Into
loft (onlro for three bases, Tiornan bunted
tlio baljust insido of first baso nud heat It to
tho btu, Ward coming homo, Connor hit to
right ki two Danes nnd Ticrnan scored. This
eudodoiorun cotllng. ,
Tho tibltors had no chnnco to got a mnn
nrouud tho bates after thoy had scorod tholr
only rin. When mon woro on basos, Welch
pltchsd with coolness and good judgmont,
with'iori'flult that tho othor sldo wont out
Aslho Now' Yorks bunched all tholr orrors In
one lining, nnd only four men on tho tleltors'
sldo reached Hist base after tho fourth Inning,
the visitors did not bate much of a chance to
tnllt Lwing inught a lino gamo, but tho gon
cralYork vrus mut-tly of tho mnchlito order,
r,aw tokk. assuiauTOs.
. ls.ro.4s U.lBr.OS.IL
nonet u u 1 ii 1 Ifoj.c.f. ...1 li I o u
Illrl'lson,VduO 2 I D nttlfmot I. f 0 I) 3 0 1
WanL a. a. ,. 113 4 1 M)erA Ji b ,, u o 0 3 I
liegsin, r. f l I n u 0 Pally, r. f o I 4 1 0
toissir. 1st li ..2 1IJ 0 lOllrlen 1st b U oil 0 I
O'fturle, I f 1 2 J o ti Ponnelly, JdU.l 2 12 1
W li Uier, 34 b I 1 n 3 0 Mack, c. 0 () 5 1 0
ywlllit, c. 0 15 3 U II 1IU, u. 0 (I U U 1
Wdch p o li J 4 0 bhotU. a a.,., ,o 0 2 0 0
lltala Tl B.'7 1'J J Total ,...1 3 27 Id 5
havYnrk o oo I (i 1 2 n n ii
Iarnedri:n .Sow Votk 3. WsstilnKtou. 0 Mrstliase
hverror Now t rk, J, Washington 2, Left on bases
Jew York. H, Uinliliii.-e.il. 3. )lrl base on balls
Tlinian a, Connor. I Whltiu I Hoy, 1, Myers. 1,
bCkn bases lilcluirdson I Tlernan. I. Cuimor, 1,
hrsck oul-Whltnei, I Welch, I, Htlinnt, t Pally. 1,
Oluy. I, Tliree base hlts-liwln- 1, Want. 1 .Two
luu fills Connor, I , D'Jtourke, I, Double plsya W hit
m, Wsro and onnor lilt by pitcher Connor Urn
pre Mr Panlels Time or itauie 1 hour Miiolimles.
Vism.tc.rox, July 31 -the New Orleans Bate Ball
Ibik Asseclatlon lodai nied a bill for an Inluuctlon re-
J.ralnlnK the Washlngion Base Ball Club from employ.
if William IMdnrr, who It ll alleged, la now under
attract to play with the complainants,
laniiKsroLis, 7, PETaoir, a.
piruoiT. July 31 It waa a rather listless tamo that
vaa played to day between the lloosler and Ihe Pa
trolls, ths second of the series, and despite the clnssnasa
t yesterday a tram the attendance wa very erasll
rt McbampIons" played Ilk schoolboys, and though
:hy outbattsd th visitor, the llooalera won by geo4
lildujg Latocijue, th nw sscond tguenuut et th
home elub. did som very poor work. Craplr Lynch
save general saUsfactlon. The score :
.. . nlkni.i. n.laro. J. .
llanlon, e.f,...u 1 o u 3 Reery, 1 t. 0 0 4 0 0
Brouthera, 1 h.1 IM 1 1Dennv, 3d b ...I 3 3 0 1
Howe, a e 1 1 1 4 0 Buckley, 3d b u u 1 o o
While, 3d b.. .13 3 3 1 llines,c t . 1 1 n () O
Oanrel, e o 17 3 1 (ilasioock, a. it.'J 1 a 3 I
I.arocqne,2db.l 0 3 4 3 !laaaett,2l b, 0 0 3 4 0
Twltchelkkf Olio e l-sterhk. Isth.l III u u
Conway, p 0 117 0 MpOeachy.r. (.1 2 :i o 0
Canipau,r. I. .1 1 "J 0 0 Dally, o 1 1 n II (l
liealy.p 0 10 4 0
Total. 51133 20 8
Totala . . . ,7 0 33 14 3
Detroit 2 0 1 (I n 0 I loo O .1
Indianapolis 0 0 0 4 li u 1 o 0 O 27
Famed runs Detroit 4, Indianapolis. Jl Two-bate
hits Whlto. Denny. Iltnes. Tliree-baao hits White.
(lanrtL Double olays-ltowe, IHrouthers, and White,
(lanzel anil Larocquei Larconue and lirnnlliers. Hrst
tiaso on balla Couaay. White, Campnu, Inrocqtie,
Brouthera. beery. Mm base on errors Detroit, li In
dlanapolla, 4. htrnck out Campan. Larncnue, Mc
leaehv, saery, Venn), Buckley, lleiiy Passed balls
Uaiirel,3. Time Jill, tmplre Lynch.
rniLirHLrHis, 0, tiosTni, .1
Bnito. Jnty 31 Tho Quakers defeated the Bostons
to-day ror Hie eighth ronieentlve time In nu ejcltlng
ele en innltia; cnnteit. W lse again gat e Hie game away,
this lime bra fumble. The l'hllllea iiutlintl-il their o
ponents. Parrar's and Raatlan'a workltb the stick
wa especially heavr and opportune Mlththe srore n
to 1 against tnem, the visitors went In ami batted four
earned runs out In the aeventh Johnston bnitlnirW an
a feature, as was also Ray's work at short although h
has proved a failure InguardlugthoKeconil hag Tho
., alsro.i.r. a. in. roll.
Kelly.o o oiu 3 1 Wood,! t... .1 l 3 n u
ltny.-.M h ,t as 1 O I 4 2 Andrews, c ( .0 I 1 II ll
Mnsh.adb.. ,112 0 Banders, p .0 0 o n 2
Johnston, o.r.,1 a 1 o I l-ogarty, r. t ,.() 1 1 n u
Wise. ssi'JdUl 0 13 1 I'arrar, Isth .1 3 14 0 o
llomung l..f. o 2 1 o OMuliey, 3db ,1 t) 2 4 1
Morrill, 1st b,,,0 0 13 I O Irwin, s .12 14 1
llrnwn. rf. ,,1101 o Ilmtlan 2db ,i 4 3 :t 0
Clarkson, p... ,u o lie 0 Bh river, c. u u 3 :i 1
Total 5 HMI 24 5 Total. ."012 33 1U 3
W Inning run made with one out.
Boston looiiaoooo n n
Philadelphia u 0 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 ii
Earned run Boston, 4. Philadelphia, 4 Two-luxe
hits Nash. Johnston Three boss hits Brown. John
aton Irwin First base mi halls Morrill. 2, logtrty,
2. First base nu errors Boston. 4; Philadelphia. 4.
Mruck out Wlso. Wood 2, Andrews, fogart), lrv,ln
l'atod hall Mirlrer. Kelly. Wild pitches banders, A
Time 2 hours o minutes. Umpire l'orera
The American Aeenclntton.
CINCINNATI, 3t BIIOOLYN, 0.
Tho Brooltlyns through poor work nt tho
bat woro defeatod by tho Cincinnati toam at
Washington I'nrkyeBtordny. Foutz pitched for
tho homo toam, but tho dofoat cannot bo
charged to him. Bmlth did just ns good pitch
ing ns Foutz. nndlhis field BUDport wns much
hotter. In tho fifth Inning Carponter struck at
n wild pitch on his third Btrlko nnd got to first,
Anothor wild pitch allowod him to got to boo
ond. O'Connor thon rnpped out a throo-baco
hit, on which Carpentor scorod. O'Connor
ncorod on Smith's fly to Itadford. Intho sKth
Rollly bunted tho bnll to Bmlth, beat it to Hrst,
and stolo Bocond. A hit by Corkhlll brought
Itolllyln. Tho gamo was Bomewhut slow, but
thoro woro spurts of flno play. Tho scoro :
ciciimn. moo nn.
n.lB.r.0... r. )ii.ro.a..
Nlcol r. f .... o 13 0 o rinckney. 3db o i i l u
lcl'hee,2d b.. 0 o 2 4 1 O'Brien. 1 f. ..o l 2 o 0
Jtellly, lstb... 1 1 U o 0 Carruther.r fu u 1 " o
Keenan, o... .0 o 6 1 l Foutz, p . . 0 o 0 " 1
Corkhlll. c ( . 0 0 1 u 0 urr. 1st b . . 0 1 14 li u
Carpenter. 3 b.l 0 1 o u (I Bmlth, ...) o o 0 I
Fennelly. a B...0 0 0 4 0 Itadford, o. f. 0 1 3 0 0
i) Connor, Lf 1 2 1 () 1 Burdock, 2d b 0 0 1 I 0
K.Emlth, p.... 0 0 14 0 Buihong, o. ,..t) 0 4 4 3
Total 3 4 27 13 "3 Total "5 4 27 17
Cincinnati 0000210 0 o .1
Brooklyn 0 0 o o o o o 0 00
Earned runs ClnelnnatL 0: Brooklyn, 0 First base
on error Cincinnati. .1, Brooklyn, 2. First base on
balls Mcnl. 1. rcnnell), 2 Btolen bases McoL 2.
Kellly. 1, I'lnckney. I Struck out Mel'liee. Bollly, Car
penter, bennelly, Plnckne3, it Brlon,(l Smith Threo baso
nits O'Connor. Two bapo hit o Connor. Orr Doubiu
Plays Mol'bee and Bcilly. Passed baUs Bushou. 2.
w Ud pitches Pouts. Umpire MoO,uald. Tlmo or amo
1 hour 40 minutes,
ATHLETIC. 4; KANSAS CITV, O
Puu.Apiti.rmA, July 31 Weyhlug pitched (treat ball
against Kansas City thUnrternoon, anil was backod up
in faultless Btyls In the nine Intiinra the Cowboyaseut
luat 27 men to bat, although ' ontclally" tln.ro Hero but
3J In the second Inning Davis u aa struck b) a pltche 1
hall and given tlrsU He waa forced out at second by
McTainauj'a hit to (Hea.ou McTnmany nttempud to
steal second but was throwiuutby Townsend. Intho
fourth Cllno reached ilri-l on tialls, but wns retired in
tr)!ng to steal second None other of the lsltoiagot to
Hrst. Sullivan also pitched well, tbo Atbletlc'a lilts be
ing well scattered Tho scoro
Athletic 0 0 0 2 10 10 l) t
hunsasCilr 0 O O O 0 (I 0 0 U-O
Base hit Athletic 0, Kansas city. 0 I'rrors Ath
letic, 0, Kansas City, 4 Pitchers W uriinc; nnd !-.ullIvan.
UUTIMOSK, 7, LOWSTILLt, 2.
BALTiMonK. July 31 Smith pltchod in hi old time
form to-day. the Louisville batsmen getting but three
safe bits oA hia deli ery, and was backod up In flue style
Meeker Has batted freely afur the sixth tuning ami
some wretched errors were made behlnl him. tarrell
was taken siok In the fourth inning and Nominer took
his plsce Cautr going to right Ueld Tho home team
ahowed marked Improvement both In batting and-lleld
ing aud won tbo frame on Its merits. The score :
Baltimore o 0 O O o 0 1 3 37
Louisville O 2 0 O O 0 O 0 O J
Base hlta Baltimore, 13; Louisville, ). Errors Bnltl
more, 1; Loulsvlllo, 0. Pitchers Smith and flecker.
CtFrfcLANO, H, sr lolh 2.
Clsvelavp. July 31 Tho home team won to-day'a
game with the greatest ot ease hy hammering Hudi,on
at villi Tho Browns played loosely In the Held and
were laelfectlie with the bat at critical moments
O Brlen pitched a flue game. Hobfnson's brilliant work
at second was tho feature The score.
Cleveland O 0 0 1 0 0 2 5 0 S
bt Louis. .. 0 I II I) 11 1 0 O o J
Base hits Cleveland 11: Ft, Louts, a Errirs Cleve
laud, J; e-t. Louis, u metier O'Brien and Hudson.
AT JKKSKV CITY.
JerseyClty 2 10 10 0 0 1 011
Wllkesbarre 0 0 0 2 0 O 1 o 1 4
Baso hits Jersey Cltj, 11, Wllkesbarre n I'rrors
Jersey Clttv, 4; Wllkeauurre, f. Pitcher DaUy and
At Allentown Allentown, 4: ninghamton, 1.
At Eostou Kaeton. J, niinira, 4
At Shenandoah Shenandoah. 4, Mahonoy City, a
At Mount Carmel Mount Carme), 5, Ashland, 2,
At ''vroeuie llocheater, 4, Syracuse, 1.
At Hamilton Hamilton. 3, Toronto, J.
Till STATS IS.AI re.
At Jackson Kalamazoo, 1. Jackson. 1,
At Canton Kancatille, M, Canton. I
At Manslleld-Mananeld, B, Coluulbu 7.
At Itldgowood Actives, 3; Hrougbtong, 4 (twelve
ChlpsJiYora tho illamond.
First pi tee does fall kinder comfortablo, don't it?
To day at Jeney City Jersey City vs. Wllkesbarre.
Hallo, there, Boston! tvliat do you thluk of us now t
Old Jack Itemsen after umpiring ono game resigned.
ow that you have koi there. New korks, try uuilstay
Washington has a great bull pltyer in Hoy, and no
Tho New York and Washington Clubs will play at the
Polo ground to day
Tho Buffalo Club eslertlay signed thirles Clarkson
of tho 1'ciirlaCluii, i) t- best pitclur in tlio Inter Mate
League, which ha dn-lundtd
Worcester lias denvi d $1 0XJ from tho sale of plnyera,
Silem fl,'',u Muni In eti r fl.JO, Lyun SM Total,
$:,iaji And tlie t.lid is not )et
That American Associatlun meeting will be held on
klouda) milt, uml op attempt will bo lOAde to du away
with the & i-Ciiit udiuisdiuii price.
WATKiitow-r. July .11 A gamo here today between
the Albany and Watertnwu ball ilubs resulted lu a score
of 5 to 21u favor of the Watcrtowu Clnb
BA1.TIUOKX. July 31 Catcher S W Trcttwas to-dsy
given hla realeaho by the Baltimore Club Manager Bar
nle has loo uiauy mi-it uuder contract, and released
Trott lo ridaie expenses.
Ste Toole, the young pitcher a ho made hi first bow
to tho publio in the professional ranks Mlth tho Brook
lilia, and later Joined hi lortunos with tho Kansas
Cltys, has signed with the itoclioiter team
WMner. who Is playing with tlio Washington clnb his
been blacklisted by the hew Urlesus I'luli. shoullttio
charges agiilost the player bo sustained ttie two games
In which he has played against th Philadelphia club
will bo thrown out
Burnt and Murphy are. by long odds, tho best buttery
In tho ew Unglaiil I.eaguo. fluir work is truly won
derfuL Burns pitched two games this week on two suc
cessive dave and allowed lh Worcester and Li rill Clubs
but four nttseucn the National 1 eagueclubsshould
keep their eye on this great pair Zeirl eur.
The reason why the "Phillies" have been playing
such "chump" ball were pretty aorurntely stateil by n
morning paper, whoao baao hall new Is gmerully roll
able Manager Wright, according to this authority i
much too slow to manajo the boys who this year form
our LesgueUub. More than half of tbetu hate been
carousing about the city by night and, of course, play
ing bad ball as a ctusequenco nest day, Thei look
upon Wright as a "nice old woman." to use a phrase
coined by one of the erring, and Ihey ilnd it aa iasy to
pull the wool over hia eyea as the average sireet gamin
does to hoodwink his sundar school teacher lit con
versatlon they allniie lo hltn as "JuJo" and "Old
Whiskers" when these lilies do not convey contempt
for thflgenlal manager, they call htm 'lirandmothir,"
"Pop," or "III Mb." yniltsKirc.iiiiertcan
There are three letters nt this ofllce for James Little
field. The rrlscllia Base Ball club would like In hear from
all nines with players under IS yeurs. the Clio, Jr, pre
ferred. A. Katz, ll7 Henry street
Tboflreenpolnt llsse Bsll Club havo Kept N and 22
opi n. (Jul of town clubs are requested toaudresa J, K
Brown, Jr , lot) IndU street, Brookl) n.
On Sunday next tho Cypress Club wilt play the Match
lens team tho hrst gamo of a aeries for the champion
ship of the Twonty sltth wnrd of Brooklyn.
The third of the P ft. K. Learue scries, which was to
havebecn played on Saturda), was poatponeil uutU Aug.
4 on account of Inability of the M, W to appear
The Plkwond would like to hear from all nhiea with
Flayers nnder H ears tt,oM!le Jr. and ('tin, Jr, pre
erred, JamesJ Mudford. H 1 IrankllnstreeL
The Windsor of Harlem would like to hear fromcluha
with playera un ler 17 for Saturday afternoon games 1',
A. Hudson, manager, Post Ofllce box 1,-40, city.
The 'Adonis Base Ball Club of Harlem would like to
hear from uniformed nines for Saturday and Sunday
game William L. vtilken 171 Bint lillll unel.
A correspondent sav I was looking at yeiterdar'a
gains between th ht. Mrys and Casiloioti Baae Halt
Hubs, and I think It as a fine game Shartott, the
pitcher, truok out fifteen men.
The followlug lesm will represent the Cuban (Hants In
tbe game against the I'aterson Club on Saturday at
IfoUoken ) Williams, 2d b.Clsrenre Williams, c,
Thomsa r-f .Harrison.. .; rrye, 1st h, Boyd, o t;
Rtldon. k f.. Holmes, 3d b., btotey, p XlauMcr Bright
ha odered his player extra Inducements If thcyauc
cd In aaultUx lb I'aterson out w)thut a run. I
MR. BEltADINI ISAIVGRY, g
nil SATS Tit AT HE JJO.'AT IMI'OIIX WW
ITALIAN LAIlOltVUS. M ffl
Tnrentena to ai-oaeciitn the. Slun who Told Erlf i m
Mr. rord'a Committee that he Dlil-t'on- Ki ? W
Ki-easmnn Morraw Rrlolced tn Find i h ffaSa! fl
Witness who Can Kend it ml tVrlte-TUei gfSF'l
Inqulrv At'Jntirned Until .Next Week. llSti ' 1
Yestotday afternoon tho Congrcselonnl fHii
ooinmlttoo that ti trlng to root out nil that Is Im? li
rotten In the Immigration systom adjonrnod I , if3jf Jj
until novt Slondny morning at 10 o'clock. Kla' 1
Chairman Melbourno 11. I'ortl hating beon Hsif'
callod nway by tho death in Michigan ot his iflsj
shtor I'.sthor, Commltteomon Oates, Morrow. WJ( m
nnd Ouoiitlior woro anxious lo postpono tho )TSJ5.s a
proceedings until hli return. To tncllltatotho fMlioTal
work of the committee It was ordorod that. W'it 3
whilo tho commtttoo ii sitting in New York city, 'I'TM I
niiytwomomborniinmod bvthoChnlrmnnBhnll "'Svf 1
oonstltuto nuuorum forthopurpoacB of issuing siiA I
BubpirnnB, administering onths, nnd taking tha ! Swi '1
testimony of wltnosses, nntl a Biib-commlttoa f'fuwlav
consisting of two or throo members may bo np- fltM '1
polntod by tho Chairman with llko powers to ,f TKjf m
conduct nn examination of witnesses else- W jffl
Whcro during the tlmo ,tlio commlttoo Is en- tvi
gaged In NowYotk, or nt nny other tlmo or n$a) a
plnco thnt tho full committee mny direct. MSrvt n
Gittbeppl Jlennltl waa a wltnoss yostonlay. cm'' M
IIo woro n hickory jumpor and a pair of Kon- U'iS'It I'
tucky Joan trouBors. Hla slouch hat was l4t$t!
nullod low oor his ojos, cmibllng him to liil )
glowor lmprossltoly. Tho othor Itnllnns -W'i 1 ii
bowed as ho walked by thorn, and It turnod lKt 'J
out that at homo Monnltl hnd boon ft clork ln,a !'i?' '
minor court. IIo Bald Jio was 52 years old, nnd Jfrc$
had u wife and four (liiughtorB In thetlllagoof !?''$ v
Catanzaro. Itnlv. Ho was tiaod to cnrnlnir flvo 'Viilx :
francs a day nt home. Ho thought a fortune, pi U '
in tho Italian Bonso, could bo readily earned In vjj rM
this country, and so ho Kcrnpod togothor 400 wK
francs and camo o or. Nono of it wns loft, und xfS i ;
ho would llko to go back to Italy, lie hnd not M Ifl i
dono n day's workstneo his nrrival. nnd frlonds iW--l I
hnd kept him from starvation. Otlior wit- WSh i
nossos had Bworn that thoy had been com- li'l
polled to pay as high as '25 por cent. Interest JfS 51
on money ndtancod for their pnssnge, and SPff
Monnltl tostinod that Bitch chargut woro in Mi t'
vlolntlon of tho laws against usury. U lET
Tho noxt wltnoss brought ;oy to tho llopub- liVi"'
llcun honrt of Congrossmnn W. V. Morrow bo- ffrtM;
cnuoo ho woro on his tie a plcturo of Hon IlBr- iNiwkS'
rlson. Mr. Slorrow wns dellghtod when tho . tfili'S,
witness said ho could road and write. I Sij'SaS:
"The only ono of that sort wo'vo found," ho Sp'TsS1
exclaimed. ML (tft.
Tho wltnoss twin Antonio Sgrnmoflglla, a man SitiMt
of 1 1, who hnd earned two irancB a day as n JUWK
clork at l'enzit. in Italy, whoro his wlto and I IflfJif'
threo children am now. Ho was inducod to TCifyV
emigrate by Tonelli, nn agent of tlio Italian I ifsMl'
Socioty of Immigration nud Colonization. ilSwF
TouollI travelled ubout urging tho poor vll- irRli
lagers to go to America and onm enough i rsjj-
monoy to make them milords whon thoy re- llnCtT
tuinod to Itnly. Tho witness said ho owned ifjrH.'
nn olivo plantation worth 2,000 rrancs. Ho had J Sif-v
no roady monoy, and borrowod 2uu franca from rSi'tVi
a woman, promising to pay her HUO Irnncs. WS'i
When ho nrrivod here a man inMulbcrrystreet wfrf
lent blm t5 on his clothos, and ho wroto homo T,iS.-;
and got tl more, 'nils paid bis faro to l'onn- ifirJT
sKiuil.i and left him t3. which ho paid lor a fb&jffi
job. Ho had to bnj a shovel, nnd pay In ad- ihij'l
anco forthoprlvllogoof ploeiilngln n shanty ' ICOf
with n lot of other Itnllnns. This cost him t lS?b
nioro than ho earned dining tho two days that i Jift'fl;
he worked, At tho end ol that tlmo ho was ' JpITSI
discharged. ! f-VfjfxH
Tho Italian blood of Bouca 51, Ileradlnlof I jf;H
34 JIulborry stroet wasnt feer boat when ho wSflS
asked tho committee to swear him. Hosnfd wfVJfl
ho wanted to got satisfaction for tho slanders HiVjJflaB
uttered against him on Mondaj. It was tho , K.-ItsB
testimony ot Xlcola d'Aloo thnt hnd Incensed lii?1 tefll
him. D'Aloo is tho man with tho fiat faco who jSP-ilM
Bworo that ono Snraccnl, In Itnly, had glvon i fftJlTH
him n letter to lloradlnl, who, hnraconl Bald,
would find work for him. D'Aloo had testified ?3?.Fnfl
that ho tlolleroil tho lottor, and then learnod K?ttial
that nobody could got work unless ho hadtS iw'tBTnll
or $ 1 to pnv ns a bonus. fUlujll
Mr. lloradlnl snid ho hnd boon In this coun- u JSflB
try six years. Ho had been u banker slnco 'iyiMfcial
1K87, wa- a labor contractor, nnd hnd dono L&FnH
work as asuli-contrattoron tlio railroad from $
LocuBt Vitlloy to (J)ster liny. Ho doclurod ii-lO'lK
thnt d'Aloo's story wus fulo from boginnlng to '54'ti-IH
ond lloradlnl snld ho did not know tho man fc.Tl4SJ
who had iPhtilled against hlra. Ho had noer ,H.sl
brought auy mon otor to this country, but had ftlraflfl
freiiuontly nssiitod tioor Italians. His good &t!ifil
name was or dear to hlra. and ho would llko ftVKl
to know tlio nildrc-o or tho person who had HJifrlllJ
told the damaging story about him. Hodidn't I'MfBI
know Marncnl. but hnd received ono letter lJl81i
from him. This wns ro.ul. It simply asked i Pi'.Snl
r.inidlni to bofrlond a scoro of immigranls - , t-ifSttsi
who woio coming to this country nnd to Hnd J5$lfll
work for them if possible). Sir. Horndlnl said xjlil
that ho hail replied to tho lottor, ndvlBlng Bar- jj iiSrM
iiconl not to sond any more men horo, bociUBO I'tl'StUfl
thoro was no woik for tl cm. '?
" I hato boon rolled in llm nnn-Hnntinrn n out. &3fH
tlnont nnd a padrone," Balibjioriidlnl. "and I TPAEjB
an; going lo law agaiiiit tho person who him i aS-sfelai
illlledme. I fieHV
Wuootloncd by Chairman Oatos. ho said that H54feyi
Bometimes ho got prconts Irom mon for whom "f f-ISi?lsi
ho had soeui od work. Ho bud loanod about ISTici il
J.O'iUlnst winter to follow countrjnion In dls- . ,v,'ti,'ail
trosB, but hud tuenctod neither Interest nor so- C-5rl
ctirity, IIo had not got all this nionov back. i TrVlWB
Anothor witnosB. I rnuclbco Hinmontc. had ' fci '
yielded to tho persuasive oloiiucnru of Tonelli, ' 4i3lB
tho agent of tho Italian Sim loty of Emlgrn- "ArMlm
Hon ami Colonization. When ho landed JSCTtrtl
nt Citstlo a.inlon n man took his pass- J'ttt-nB
port nway and gao him :i card which T'MK-'M
bore thioiiiscriiitloii: "If. Maro, Director, a t-'M,'i
Twirl Btroot .mil 24 htate street." Ho got bin Trir.l
passport back afterward. Tho witness said lfIWai
ho had borrowod froruMcola I.o btrenipo. n f'il?i
mono) lonilor. 200 francs to come to this toun- 'ittwa!
tr. for lileh lm had promised to pav25 per 'Xiij2m
cent, interest. Ho beltowd his land in Italy imnl
could bo sol7od for tliu amount. Thoiwltnoss . tliv-iU
said tlint monoy loiidiisin Italy Bomotlniea I .'"HJtH
ehargod CO por cent,, and that thoy woro not '3"-3"ai
generally regarded as bh) locks. Ji It'taB
ivhon tho commlttuo meow again on Mondny . ,1 j?B
a witness, said to bo so Imiiortnnt tlint only an ' ' si CQ
ordi r from tho Secretary of ht.ito will havo 'i'5fKai
powor to bring him, will bo o.vamlnod I Mm iB
The Sew Ladder Truck Successfully Tested. " MM
Committees from Elizabeth, Cnmdon, nnd i I J
Now Hnon, bosidos prominent flromon of this
city, witnessed josterday theofllclal trial of , -til
theIIabcockneri.il turn-tnblo ladder truck re-' $3 i.!M
contlvpun'hnscd by tlio 1'iro Comnilnslnnera. I f , j jH
Tho exhibition was in front of tho l'lro Head- ti.f lH
(UnrteislnhIxt-soonth street It was man- wj
ngodbyCapt. Mcdnm nnd his mon of Truck fo wU
10. llosldos tho lofty l.iddors, which iirornlsed ' "W i I
und turnod in nny direction, thoro aro smnllor Jii I
ladilurHon tho truck which cnu bo raised by , I
hand. Tlio truck also enrrh a four lire axes, f jjU
four sho ols, fourpilchforks, four buckote, four f ??jBJ
li.ibcock lire oktlnguishorg, n Detroit door- i"B
oponer, ciowbnrs, and nn olectrlo wlro cutter. ' ' wl
This Instrument risomblcH (i hugo pair of i ' , !
shears, and has Insulated rubber handles two ' :mU
foot In Ivugth. . ' i '.fl
The miilu ladder was flmt ralsod, and six ' ?&
fironieii run nimbly unit to bhow Its strength. i V ill
Its height was llfty-IHo feet, and It stood linn , UI
usnroik. The ovtcnslon laddor was thon run I 'ilijaal
up in midair and renched a lmlnt ninety-two 1 iBlH
loot from tho truck. At a sign from Capr. Mc- .nSlH
Adam, Fireman Jarolnmon mndo tho acont, ' f Ii'uj'H
nnd tlio frnll ladder Bcarcely swuynd beneath ,1
Ids weight. Tho nowenglno I,a Krnnco thou I Jl tiL'H
llrodup. hoso was rim to tho top of tho fifty- , "MU
fio-foot Inildur, and u stioam was played that t'VM
icai'hod nearly to Ixixlngton meiitio, tf"lM
Tliaofllululri of tho department wero satisfied if-'B
with tbo oihlbltlon. Tho now truck will go to 'ij'aBI
Tiuckl'B houso ut I'lghth avonuoandlVirty- if-S
eighth Btroet. on uccount of tho many lofty; ifi,'"!
buildings In that district. Bomo of which nro if fl
ri1) feot high. The now truck cost nbout $0,800. ' VJ JH
'J ho onglno La I rnnco will go to onglno com- , sSRB
puny iMj.iia. hast I'ourtoenth street. I WflJ
'J fin lltamleaed Klrcmeu Appeal. i &aH
Josoph Koegnn nninvilliam J. O'Connor, th h SjlH
firemen who were recently tried and duimlsaed from tha i 'nfl
llro Department upon a charge of theft, obtained ye- " "?
terday writs of cerllorurl for the review of the cos. 1 iH
They aver that their removal wo not uaiud upon sub- 1 - r'jflj
euntliil, Jut, or reaaonallo causo, hut wa Illegal, and 'Itlflfl
that tlio iiro Commissioner did not proceed In the ) cflH
manner rujulred b law ivuniel, In thla appeal, wilt f filsfll
urire that tlio ( oinmlssjoners had no authority to try lho ) Aiflfl
aicuved until u court: of criminal Jurisdiction had -)!;
acted further tli.ili IliU, It I Insisted that tbe rule of mM
evidence were nut oostned, that tho Commissioner i iHfll
mltit arbllrarll), and that the ludsmenl wasasalnal f -v'flfll
theevllsncu I 'UflBl
Keeifau and 0 Connor were iliimlssed from the depart- ; Stflaal
ment upon (he same dsy of the year uon which chief tiwflfll
Met aba vas dismissed for havinit srnt out thethree 'iiiBflJ
allesalurm He wns subsequently reinstated. isvaflal
Weak and Weary 'IB
Pescrlhe tlio condition of lu&ny people debilitated br vfPflfl
the warm weather, by dlsoaae, or overwork. Hood's $ral
Sarsaparllla la Jut the methcitie needed to oreroom ' Val
that tirel fouling to purify and quicken th lufrlah I 1,
blood, an 1 restore the lost st''lllc If you need a good ( ' ''i(BB
medicine, be anre tu try Hood's Sarsaparllla S1"!
"My appetite was poor, I could not sleep, had head- Fevfl
acho a great ileal paina In my back, my bowels did not I -isBH
move rerularly Hood Harsapsrllla in a short time din , 'JaB
iiidJso much good that 1 feel Ilk a new man. Vlypatn ''iV'HH
and aches nro relieved, ray appetite Improve." Mai
UilOKOl: l' JACKhllV, itoibury Station. Conn. ! H'jHJ
IBood'H Snr.saparilln fl
Fold by alt druggists, fl, ill for S3. Prepsrsd oolyhr L' - tral
0. I. HOOD CO, Apothecaries, Lowell, Was. t' i flj
100 Oae Pas lUar .fl KflffJ