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t "THE SUN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1891." " " r' '-' x .. .. .V
I ONE PITGDER WAS ENOUGH.
J tons r.mxo iriss a rr.nr ci.oie
A o arc mum hie clltelands.
t The New Turin t.riavrllnc I'p on lloatoa,
J but t.'hlruKO la HpthU.(o 1'olntii
iAheiul or Vm IJonlon TVliliapeU lij Chi.
eaco In the Last Tno InnlnB-Hrooklyn
mint Out by rittebtircli-Goeelp.
The work of tho New Yorks at Cletoland Is
1 very conaolltJd nml arouse, hopes that when
they tecfn n score of cames at the I'olo
crounds tho results Trill be extremely distaste
ful to tbeChlcnaoans. Tho Dostcm do not
appear to play with tho vl:or liter did boforo
Hike Kelly joined tlieiu, and are steadily drop
Ifnc to the renr. Attar 0119 moro tamo In tlio
West tl.o ball toseers will nil bend (or tho
r.nst and berln a crnnd ass-nilt all nlcncthe
line on Monday, Labor iJnr, u boa two names
Wilt be played at all points. Now York must
then Mart In for a Etronc. stendy pull, or puy
ttood-by to tlio ponnant. The result ol yester
day's cames follow:
hevrYnrk, H; Cleveland. 5.
llttsburuh, C, HrooLlrn. 0.
Clilcak'o. ; lioston, II.
4 nm: 1 1 out),
-ids. ns toi.lim 1 u'j' iron. met
Chicago. u 41 rji teaeinnl .M M Ji
lesion .. I!-' ! ii' lltn.ujli. 47 Ml ,441
Sewlnrk 17 4i f5M 1'iiit urgl. 4'. ,l .41.1
rhiiadtlphla.r.7 "j .VMlCiniintiati 44 Ml ,u
I NF.W IOIK, 3; CJ.F.MXAM). 2,
; CLKir.Li.M), Hopt. 1. Wh-n John r.winc.
' trail and tender, with hi ntirs dono up In n
red flannel shirt nnd Ms kniekoibockois h.'ie
Bins loostly at tbo knees stop m tho box to
Pitch ncolust tho Clotelauds. those v. lio li;uo
money to wager In mnli nmi just f r the fun
ol the till ti tr should hustle around nmonu tliolr
friends nt onie nutl tnko odds on Now lor-.
Whethor It I thu rid ll.intiel 01 tho knk!.or
f bockori unr ng Krnccftilly In tl.e breeze or
, Lone John's occoutrk- iiutiius In tho ! s ti.st
i frlchtoiiH Clotolatid nu one knows. Itcottalnly
' le tomothliijt tvi Ird nnd uncanny about his
I person, for ho pitchos the balltr.ilKhtoor the
Plato all tho time, and although tho Clot claims
, lilt It, they (Mnoraliy nip It i,o Lontly and so
t easily to tbo Ihllelii or to tho u.iliuu; oullluld
'" ers tnut It Is. u inattir of morely .ho h luhtcat
tlitllcitlty to put them out. Jo-ilny fta no ev-
; ceptiou to tho old s.i.iy. l.uliii; wined Mi
bauds atoe hit head, thou hU u.ms and
BomstlmeH trixd i ft his feat nt tliu snino
letation. At soiui- ilmo duruu' tt.ci-o u:nu is-
; tlo louth lio uiHiiaKud to let Iho hull no, mid the
I liU:hiei.U li.utur t-lionk ills eluli at it timidly
anil til il Wis nil. in th" luonu umo another
f. Pltch-r for Lleo!nnd w.n k ii. tbrounti an
umouunon lot f tcvrnttoiic but a'ndlni: tlio
5. bull our tho plato tilth uwcu tho speeii that
l-.wlni? nut tin It.
x.TrinK put on u.
, With Knjuc and ouni: loth In operation
the Bair.oduy. thu studotits 01 I'eNnno ouunt
lA to K' to the bm-eljall fa my and le irn how to I o
V gracelitl Mhllo hard nt nork lhe main dllTui
? enen bstwooi. touiu uml I.itiiii; was thai the
- former i;ao a bua'j i u balls oneo too uftvu.niid,
I to mutilate an old fciirniL'. wis the pltehor tnat
, went to tho Mull oiioo iOO tfioii, 'Jhewoathoi
WHSeMreiuely dl-aro,ihli'. A still northeast
Bale blow luilously oer tho utoutids, and
,t Wlion the time inine for lhe woo to be called
; theio Mas e.ry lii'tlcullon hi ruin ltpot-
,. poneJ Iib tall h norr. until tlio uamo was
I oer, and as the plntcru hurried as faot as they
", could it iiroied to be the shortest onto-t
it plaiod here this snBon. Aflslioitinituii9.lt
J jravu oppoitunttvfor somo brilliant lleldlut. lu
I Mhich JIcKean, llichardscn. U'liot.rko. and
V 'J'ho Cloi elands worki-d a beautiful play on
tKn iork lu tno M)enth limine nnd oreiented
a run bolnu scored with men on third and i-ec-oud
and no one out. Lvlin; staited by blttlni;
nloly to rltht Held and Gore runped a hot liner
t centra that Ktruok l)als on the lectu soma
way a lid bounded Into rieht Hold, Uwlne colui:
.. to third and Ooro to second, linasett was
thrown out by Chllds. and then Tebeau ordered
lounEtoulTe Tli-man his babt on balls, tak
tnc chancos for a double play. Connor rapped
aterrlllocrounder oier second bae. MvKeau
maUlnc a brilliant running stop, touchlni: sec
;.; ond and thronlni: Connor out. Ono would
'; hnto tbouebt 'o see tho way the same
" beenr. that tno iflcal team would everlastingly
A .nit'.e John Kwlnc. He started Jlurkett on
. nith a base on balls, and Chllds twisted a hot
VA) lb.ehlt Into Connor's shins that made him limp
V; f6r a (juaiter of an hour. Then ilcKtan sao-
iA rlllced on a cround hit to ltlehardson. Jwinc
rent Davis to first base, and with a man at
C every snek Tebeau lifted tho ball oyer
O'ltourke for two bases, sendlnir Burkott and
Chllds home. The next two butters went out
easily, and the two runs that Cleveland L-ot
were their Drat. last, and only.
Had Clark been ablo to hit the ball in tho
second Newiork mluhthnio ncored. but ho
fanned the, wind on a slow drop that lounc
i- tossed him for the third strike. Chllds cot all
ii the way to third In tho third lnnlnc. and all
' that saved onothei run was Gore's Uno run-
it nlUK catch of Teboau's line lilt. In the fourth
h Lleyeland eot a cood start, as lrtue led olt
V with a hit. but the next bntters were wuau. It
I proved bad policy in the lone run to Klie Tier
4 Dan n base on balls In the fourth. Connor's
4 lacrlllco put him on second and he had no
J trouble to score on O'ltourke's baso hit to left
l Held. It wns thpueu iniiiuc that settled the
J name. Glasscock hit sarely and Llarl. put him
ff .' on second, John Kwinesuriir.fied himself and
v- aieribody ols') by hlttinc tu rlcht held, and
' . Uoie followed with a sintle too hot for Teoenu
5 to hnndlo that bent (ilasscocl: hcmie. 'J lie bnll
rolled n McAIeer. who threw Lwlnc out at tho
V plate. McKean fumbled linssett's cround hit.
i and Tlernnn cracked ,n red-hot one over
iounir's hand that would hato killed tho bic
, pitcher had he been an Inch or tivo taller
Gore scored. Connor Hied out to Zlmmcr. In
the llfth and slth Cloiol.md bocan tLe Innlni:
r with a nan on Ilrsi, lint ( lark throw Im th of
's them out. In the slth and elchtli. as well as
l tho seienth. eoncernlnu which montlon has
Ijf boon made. O llourke started with a m ifo nunt,
t'' but brilliant Meldum preieutcd him from scor-
, , Inc. Tliof-coio:
V umi. mi inn.
X k Ip.roiri i,..ni.
Burkeii. r f. 1 o . n o.fiurc r t 1 j : j o ii
V I lilliln. 1 b .1 1 1 J n luimetl, a.lli..u u o
t McKran. J 4 1 llcrnan. r. r I 1 I n o
Divucf. . i " o o m ivmior lit b . u n i i u
i leWu. at b 0 1 I ii n u imiirkr. I. f ,n :i i o o
tiring IS' U o 11 (i li l.lrli Ukiiii ..lb o l 4 7 u
n ' tr41r. 1. 1 o ii 1 1 o i!m o. k . s 1 l l 4 1
Xt rilBiuor 1: .. 1) 0 u 1 u l lurk c o u .1 1
1 Tuung;. p 0 u (1 j i. Lulu; j, ,i, 'j 1 u y
f' Tola . 1 l'."4 1i I Totjli. IJOS7l"i5
" ClPVftm.tl (1 n ii n u M 0 j
r seworfc u n o 1 . 10 n ti
Jr rri'it run N lork Tnrn tnie I In lebt 1 1. lr-
, tur1, l.orr-. r.arrlucd bun -VrKiii 1 in, oi .1 uaril
1. foil (Si lllAifcu' k 1J1 Ciark sin' 11 Lasr 1 hi it leltnn
3? bairt-llatcliiiiil. o, .Nof lor n Mriuk out Hi
R touli J. Iiyrwln.1 )la nil bt'lK-lh Voun .1
f iyl.MlnC4 poubte ila llcUrau an. I I -tie, nr,t
I batu wn errora-Clevo iilol, 1 rw lork, 1 l'aicl
L 6aU Clark Xluio I.J 1. C11 -ir l.uitUu .Mteiiilanro
y nrrsnunnn. 0: nrooniTv, 0.
J5,' PiTTsnuitan.bopt. 4. l'nr th last dny or
two there has bacn a timidity ioI itho to put-
; tine in Oldfiport dull In to iiltcli. It was
f thouabt that the old m.in would bj knoekou
utofthobox, but Jiunu fhowe.l tho timid
-" ones whoto they noio wruna to-day. )io f.ued
. ttio Urookljns nnd they did not cot a run.
K5-- whlib means that Jimmy ut pp n first-class
Tl article of balUiltchlnc. Jn thonciirecnto th&ro
,'f were probably onoucli liilmniioby tlie Jiu ok-
jv-y ycis to score home runi-. but ulu liport kept
I'l i hoir hits so far nptit Hint inllyinc i. as not in
M i he order of thlncs liut Jimmy was suppoittd
f- u ttrllliiuit btile. and it was ihn oxcellent
if HaldiiiK usinucli us unythlnc that pruiviunl
. ruu ettlnir. 'llioy eutlro team worn . ut to
i I Phty bnll, and they did It, to tho misfortuno of
1 Jotin Ward and hir. men.
5.y The weather was iiilserab'e. nnd only 4,10
j? porsons neio rrebont; In met, It wrs cuncr-
J. ally ndeistood nbniit toivn Hint thei iiunld
! ono tame, but thom Mho did i.ot seo Hie
fontent inlsssd nu Intoroititic cnnie, Tho
f .ilavlncnns cood on both bides, nnd It iwis
I not until ttie ninth Innlni; that the local nu n
Y ought to haiebcored. At that htatte, hoiicier.
they llchted ou to Cnrulhorx. nml he was
Vf trimmed up for live ronl eorkluc hits, Incud-
rliut it is only Inlr to snythat John nnd Ma
team ore belnir followed by tho worst I ind of
k luck. Uu his team theie are soir.u cood piny
ers, but. as III fortuno would huto It, tiioio Is
'. always somethlnc wronc nnd it needs con
ii , slderablo .cournu'o on his part to keep a stlir
, upper Up just now. Ills toani can play nn t-
;'i sollent Kumo when thlnesco half ilcht, but
;' bad tv outlier, sickness, and In urles soom to
;s be following Ihom ntound. To-morrow Iho
h two teams will play two catucs. when boms
, cood plnilnc may bo looked for.
To-day's contest was somewhat lu doubt un
6 til the end of the flrot half of Ilia ninth innlnc.
i, ' I'p to that staee the home pn eru Moreonly
two runs., and eioiyto.ly was oxpnctlnc tho
j visitors to UiEht onto Jlinlny, On boieral oc
f rations they looked like scorlne. but cood
IV I'eliJInB stopped them. In the ninth Innlnc
R Iberhudu man put out ni , the pinto, nnd also
S-. ono lu the Drtt lunlnc. Ml.lerwason deck in
fv treat fcrm, and nabbed ei or) body, Thescore:
rf riTiDB".s srooKtrv.
ri nU.ro.aa Lkroir.
Jl fllertantr.li) b it 1 2 n I roillna, t r. n u j u n
I'l bhuiarl. a . ,,n 'J 'J A o I'lnkner. ad b.u 111:11
Vlller. c - - II o 0 routa. HI b ...0 'J 8 11 o
Urcklrr. ltb. 1 110 oHurnir. r o 1100
' llaulcn I (.,. M S o 11 Illy, a 11 1 H ! 0
( tail), r. t... ...a n a o 0 i.rlmn c t . .0 a 'i 1 1
f I Ttillr. Jd b ...0 00:1 0 d'Urltn. i'db...o 0340
I'lirklilil. c. f...o 1 s 0 e Ktmloir, o 11 : 11 11
B' balvio, p 1 I o 1 0 c.ruttiera, .,.o 0 p o 0
f Tetaln Jol!7l5 S Totalf. 0 8 7 10 "a
Ii Pittabtirt-li. I 0 0 n 1 n 0 0 4-c
Brooklyn., 0 ouounouo-o
Farutil un rillaborih, 4. Iwol.aie hlt-Orlfl'th.
rori-i) hm-llanlin. I'oiila. HacrlUca liltt-uilkr,
backlay. Ilatilon, ialvln. Califna, t'aruthara l-lritbaiv
(a errora-ritiibiriili, ii Brooklyn. .'. Itrit lam un
I tails riltllaraS, s, Srsoklna. 1 Double lay
Uujy.bbuiarf aoaiJicttt), Strack .eui-1'JitiVumti,
Ai BrMtTn. 1. Ftnlan baas-ttl1ter. ro-klillL nil
ly vurriwl ball-l.aii). Ull on bams IMIUburcb, l
Brooklyn, g. nmi.Ml. I inrira-MeyaaJJ.
citicicn, Si aotroT, a
rtrnn, rt. 4. firanrlpa Artnn st tha stanSsto
roarine today br aptiaritiir on ins nta wiibafuii aat
cf 1'atrlarclial iiotn hair wtilkr on. an1 tha baiu
l,auj wiruialeaiJinjrod man lis a so it th (tan la
tu roatlnt by tba uiauntr ti rrtileii ba bsatuoiion. lbs
(iciea I aoun
Ryan. r.t. . I u I o 11 lonr a.., . ,u m 0 r, 1
Mini.ncl (.. t '' n "Hotir, l.t..,,u u a 0 2
1 alilan a.ln.. 1 1 I 11 0 Low., c, f I a I 11 1
aiimiii. Dili ...n nil 11 nihath idu I 1 a 0 n
('arro 1. r r . I 0 lirojin.r. f 11 11 1 11 11
1 oonry s a. I ij ii ; y.iucttr 1st b. 1 ISO i
i'ttr Tit u,. 1 a 4 4 iluiiinn lib 11 u a :i 11
Mrksry, p. 0 o 11 11 u.ilaiua 1. c, ,0 11 n 1 11
hcbriTcr. 0... u a u 1 ii Melius. p ., 0 11 a u
Total4 $ 7k'71J J Totatit.,,, 7l "Tl i7 U "J
rhlcaco ,,, , 0 0 11 11 0 11 0 4 15
llrstou .. u ti u u 11 u 11 I) 3 J
tarnaj runs-Cliloaco B. Iloston a. Two bai litta
W111111.1 I oik, lni Ihrsebaia hit-Tuckff llonia
rin-lll'mol pnul.lt p a)a-sr rlrsr anil I'lsflsri An
son and vtitlTfr, ruensT. r.'sfitr and ai son. Mctiois.
Vuinn and riHlfr: l.onr volnn and .ah first bass
nnl.al s-lly McVrrr J. hy Mehola. i Mrnek ollt-By
Jickry. I by Mibnla. 7. t.tl on tae-i Mcaso, M
llinon it stoian batei-Uarnrn catroit tone rssstd
ban bchrlrsr bacnuce hlts-i'tsnsr. Mcktrr torodia,
Coilnn. llius-l.lls Atlsadanca-3.uuo L'mplrs-J-ync.i
The Amertcnn Asioelatlon,
Three American Association rames were
Played lostrrday. wllh these renlts:
Athletic, 11 : Mllnaukee. S
Jlcoton. 14: Columbus, 4.
WashlnKtou.3: Baltimore, 0.
I7i. TTMr. fff, icrO.i nult. rrtt. toff. TVr H.
Postnn 71i 51 .7rkiloitirapi , &J ill .444
fcl'ims . Ti 4.) ill Milwaukee 47 K4 .4.8
haltlmi re .01 41 .,. llalilnieii .is in ,t'.s
AtJ,elU......tU It .r.JllLoiiHrule.. JJ 7J .313
AtnlCTIC, C Mlllt-Arklr, 1.
Pntlinrir-nt. Fpt 4 The Atbletlci defaatfd Ml
wuke today berore a' out & V111. tuple In an exc ttttaT
e.wlei. tnuh g xttue lbs score
alitLLtlr I MlLiracxric
rrr-n e 1 1 ! u 1 Iirrke r. f ... I J ft 1 11
M Ttnati.i f I :.4li Ivim. I t . .1 1 a ti ti
la-kln r.t I 1 11 11 OHiisian, 1. 1 11 11 1 .'. 2
'Ii.ii.mii. It ti I 11 in 11 '. iiriin. .db 1 I e .I 1
tlnl man. Jab 11 1 a 7 I 1 arl. r I ..1 o 7 11 ti
Corcoran s 11 1 s 1 V si,rk. Ulh. 1 4 a 11 1
Jlltllet, .lit b 0 J 0 a 1 I'aMlpy lllb tl I 10 II II
no.. 1 1 r . 11 11 ,1 a 11 Vmciin. c . .'j a .1 1 11
1,0 Km in. p 0 u 0 a 0 Mlncn. p. 1 u o a o
Totals "5 ij j 17 "fcj Totals FiTmuI
Aililnie n 1 o 11 I n 1 0 2 o 111
Milwaukee ... , 11 11 11 l 11 1 11 u "
I'arliM runs-ltliletle. 2i NI'waiiV 2 Two base
I lia-a loss it .r uritn I iittf Im Ttiree.bae 1 11
1 artif y Molii bans Mulvfy 11. tlnuble plars MIU
lican alotii lloolnii'l tinllinati. CnnaTan. lirlm and
1 am) llrst 1 ma in balla-u-T howmati. 2. ot! Kit
lien -. llltiy ritclied ball-Ky Unwinati -.: by Kllllsn.
1. raised ball-lauclin. Mild pltcb-Kltllen. T.Uie
1 j. tujplre Feruaun
soitot, 14 j rotcusvc 4
BotTO. Fept 4 Nocataewas scheilutel fr to-dar.
bat Hie lira mi an t t''ilirniiua players acree.1 to haia
tlie nainf i.lledille t fir bept. IS at Columbus played
here lu day. Hie score
soston. I coLrrsrs
h IMII'.T. lulirOCI.
Brown c. f 2 .1 1 u 11 Cronli, ;d b 0 1 a 4 u
liu'lr r. f.... 1 1 a 11 11 11 Rourke.adb 1 1 1 a 1
tarrell. 'I'll I 1 u I 0 Dune-, r. r I a a o II
Nkflln't 11 Istb 1 Ii hi 1 11 snerd, r f . .0 0 a II 0
Iticn rite n, 1. r J 1 1 o nlTwitciiell, I r.u anno
.Miirphr, c. 1 1 8 II lPore, r ...II u U a 1
irinili P ...a 1 1 a v IMieelock a-s.l 1 1 a o
htrlcUr .'d b..l n 2 4 nilebane, istb ,1 1 in 0 11
lladford. s s a 1 a u uLelier, p.... .0 u 0 1 u
Tola's 14 B27 14 l Totals "4 "a 27 Tl a
Poston 7OUSO040 0-14
1 ulumbtis 0 0 0 u a o 2 u 0- 4
I aniril rnns Hoston. 5 rnlnmbns 2. ttome runs
Grinith. liHllee. Two bae lilt t r oks Three base hit
iiicliardaon sacrifice hits larrell Murphy, btrlck.
er letter. Mnlen bates Puny fadtord first bane
on balls liy Url'llth 4. br l.elpar. 11 lilt bj pltotied
lull PuCy Puttee. Mruck um lly ilrltltn, 7: by
I etper i Poubie pliy Its irnrd, Strieker and Barnn
tou tm-Jlre clarence Pow. Time I rA Attend-anca-2,aiu.
wisniicTO-r, 8; asiTiMoiic, a
iviu-'rToi. RepL 4 It only took seTen tnn'ne-s for
Wastl'ie-ton to do up llarnle'a Baltimore boys t day.
Attendance, 1.4M Ttie score.
TftiSHt-iCTOr, I SilTtaORK.
UirntiT. 1 f... a a a a o'Welcb. e. f ...u 11 1 11 o
McUolre. c ..1 1 a 1 0 11 alsti. at! b .0 0 a a 0
hu!Win. r f.. 0 .1 11 u nUolinsoD, r f 0 1 0 u 1
I urns, c f. .. .0 0 1 1 0 erdeu. 1st b .0 0 0 0
tin auley. 1 b. u a U 0 0 I. Ilallren I r0 o 1 o 11
lu.w.i ;jt....n o a 4 V CUbrt.sJb ..0 0011
llatreld e. a.,,0 0 4 3 0 Mel, raw. a.,.0 18 2 1
Alrorl. ad b... u 1 1 0 n Townsend, 0 ..o 1 e 2 o
foreman, p....o 0010 llealy, p u 0010
Total S B21U 0 Totali 0 821 1
Waihlnrton 2 0 I 0 0 0 0-3
Baltimore e 0 0 0 0 0 o 'j
Jarned rtins WaMnirton. 2 Two base bits Mc
7ulre Mcr.rawr, Murphy. Townand stolen bases
Mcilraw. lla'sb. Poubie rln)s Murpby an 1 Mctlulre,
Mulsh ard low nsend, IVals'i. lleraeti and McOraw.
First base on bal a a atiimrlon. 1 Italtltnore lilt
bypltcliel ball Gilbert Ilea y. Mcorsw btrtick ont
Ity foreman. 0, by Uealy, ' lime Two bours. lav
LsaTton n 0100100 02
liutlalo 0 0 o 0 u 0 0 0 00
Jlase bits Lebanon s HoTato rt. Frrors Lebanon,
0, iiutTa o, 1 I'ltcbtrs rttkeratd and c'aillban.
ITorae ssnd ITorse Between New Jersey
Itlsborsaand horse cow between the ball tossera of
tbe rev Jersey Athletic Clubot llayonne arid the team
ot the Columbia Athletic Cub of IVushiorclon. The sec.
ond encounter between the two teams was ro-jg-iit yes-te-day
afternoon at Heriteii rolnt, and tbe Washlndons
lnansrred to do belter work all round and thereby turn
II e tables upon the victorious Jerseymen or the pre
Tlousday. Allbou-rn they tat. led a 'lutrtet of runs to
ollse: the four iraltierrd by Hie Jerseyltes la tbe first
fiun; the buis from the LArltat city failed 10 further
equalize matters b) whiten ashing- the Hemeu fointera
lhe were also unab e to put up the errorless adding
Esiiie that marked the playing of tbe local team ou
1 rotn the outset until the finish the ratos was a battta
royal for blood btuill heal work 011 the part or tha
elated Jersr) men nee the lolumblas occasion to do a
littles celebrating- Instsad of mourulnr. The learns pre
sented by the iwu clubs were pretty much the same as
In Hie gime on Thursday linli une chance wns made
In the personnel of the Maahlng-tonlaiti. Fltzmnrrla
eupereilluir Pair 111 the rlKht iiurden The.lere)ltes
male to chaiiirea 11 ilie'r nine fountain e-oinir loto
the box an 1 Mui Uurne) replaclnk nu tiiiinones in the
leltmealow The capita lit' coutlneent bad another
Iltcher on tbe betich, but the result of the contest
lull) Jinun-d tleni in aiain pln-ilnic their faltb
up'in tlie ab'Ilty of I each as a iwlrler for the
Jerre)llien oul) found tils delivery for a tie hits in two
Inning, secunni- exactly ha t a duren bare hits a e iu
(lent which were very acralcn affairs im tls other
Iitiud the 1 oluiiiblas to ind t oitutaln s jutcotn-f mora to
tlislr Hklliir Hun they did llsstervelt a Thar aUo ac
complished their e-ecllte stick work when It was most
nee led pelt lur all told as honors a ijnlntet of singles
ono two-banter a three taae hit. and a t.ar of sscrlhree
Itie iiatne was retiMrkiiblv tree from battery errors
fonuult. only maklnr a balk, while Leach lilt one man
with the 111 aiil on.y sent one rran to rrst on railed
1-nlls Honors were easi letueen the teams so fur as
Heidinr was concerned each side banns; a 1 air record
ed aga 11st It Jbe score.
10111111 1. c mw jiuirr s. r.
k-Imoi r n Is ro s, r.
nreen.:tb .0 11 a 4 1 rarr, c f .... n 1 1 u 11
htri-nnan s s 1 1 1 a 1 Mud s 11 0 4 a 1
i hint .db 1 a 1 1 11 1 lmiiucer, a li a loan
11 1,111. 1st b.o nil 11 n Mack. r. t 1) 11 a n u
Wella. I f 11 0 4 11 11 W urrle, c ..! 1 11 a u
)l. Wrlzlit r. n 1 ' :t 11 1-paMii a .,1 ti 1 1 r, 1 n
I Mrl4iit.e ri inn n, )lcf)urne,l f 11 1 11 11 0
Illmorns r, f.I 1 u 11 o.-inltli. lit b 1 u 11 1
leach p .0 1 11 a 0 fountain, p 0 u 11 1 u
Totals 4 7 -7 1 J a Totals j u'j7"b"a
I'rlumMa A. (' O 11 2 li 0 1 0 11 14
fie Jrre A. C II U 0 2 U II II II 112
I irnelruns roliimlla A r.t- .Ven-.leraey a. c
Two li-se lilt 1'. Ktliar. Thres base Mt-II MrlahL
bucrlilre blts-ll. Kin ?), Mack, bto'en hases-llreen
f lluiorrK first base on ba !frtiauneer llalL.l
fiiiintalii I. llltby rltche.t bail-Sniltb. first bass on
errors-i'olumbia a. i; It !ew Jersey A o.i. mriirk
i.nt-I' kins-. Me'lj II Mrluht J). tl!7morrle Leach
Mid liauncev. MacKuruey Snillll. fountain lill Left
i ii bases-! o iiiii' U I. r, .1 New Jersey A. r. 0, Ilou.
blep'ajs II Mrlsllt. unaisLs'ed, Wild, hpalillnc. and
Miiu'i. llaie ot sraiie-l.J). Imrlree Setta aud
siiTij rnrticr (i v roncr, 1.', noroiri roncr,7.
At the Pn'o rrounls jesterday mornlnit the Mnth
rreclnct, ihnnipioiisorihe .New lork I'ollre force won
anntli'r rii"" hn tine thev nowuel tie ilocokeu
ton1 witb liardl) an eUorl Thescire. """at,u
ij .s'jti.r. I Mtn rnrn-rr.
Lie nil ilaro t r
riei.lmt, p J I 1 o Onlnn p .... i j j i i
l.eiiiiU,.tb. I a ii I l'l'eriins, ji, 1 2 n 4 i
la.t. c r. ..u 0 1 u iniUiii-iii c . . u uin ii
Kernran s s 1 11 I 1 : Jlrnoi-n, r. a 11 1 11 11 1
II II -b . I a a 4 2 lla.lcnheck .111 J 11 1 0 a
M)er. r f . 11 1 11 o ntu linrn.r.t. 0 u 0 11 11
t'on In lb 1 o h ii e fwesnej, p, t in n h t
binneUer, t I I 12 a 2 I'aip. 11 1 0 f, . i,
lonneli.l r ,00 u 11 1. Lawless If, 1 a 11 0 0
Totals 7 7 -'4 u b Totals ... ll T 27 7 "?
llnhoken 3 11 11 I) 0 0 a 2 0 7
Mtilfl 1'reclut J 1 2 .' u 11 b u J
I arned runs-Ilobolen. li Mnih. 2 I Int I nie by e r-rois-llobo.en
a, Mnih a Left on but. -lli.l okeu h.
.Niiiih. 7. I Irst li-im baila sur c-utiiit I, ofl 1 etih-irt.
iv htruckoitt-ilrbhirt hcniieir n. fall, kernaau .n!
ilell. Voers,)!. 1 nun t) bilmeljiir Ui, 1 outieil 1 1)
llrenncu llail-nbecu '.'I. Inn Horn (41, Fneeney (11
1 mil llirte baselills-l'erklns '. Twu.base Ins- ileb'
hart. Kennedy t.'i haeril-ie liln-l.ii, rtcliiielder. M be
Ian. htoleu bales 1. el hart full, Pell U) Myers I'gn.
1111 Sclnslder, 1 eineli guiun I erkli s, I.rinoan llallen
l.erk(l) hweenel(2i I h'ii Hit b) 1 ltc!lr liailenberk.
JMidilicliee-il.filiart '. Viiliin,,!. I'asie I bal e-ll he
Ian, J bclinelJer J, I'lnplre -hlimau Jlino 1 Si.
B)io s. s . R riTitrpr.ai, , c, a,
NotTrtthetandllli? lhat the floatnn Athletic Assocla-llotionlyil-festel
the inthedral I y two runs "1 the
Folnerooiidsyeilcrday, Uielr Mclcry 11 as an easy eao
Tho score ' '
I'.IUtliBll i,l I lOSTOXi.i.
rt.lit.i-oi. e 11 I, mi.
DePard. as 11 11 :i 4 s Pesn 2d b .. a 1:1 1
l ilbur. 2 1 b 112 1 I'llowm 1 f .2 1 1 u 11
lito.lt, 1.1 2 2 11 ii 0 romish Istb 1 1 u 1 o
1 id Ins r f. o 1 11 u 1 f iii-bam, c f.u 11 a 0 1
Hlm-iidiier.lbi) 1110 11 niolti.c... 11 11 n 4 ,,
Comlaks). p 11 2 1 a 1 Son" s e 11 3 g .,
Wluslgn, C 1 II (1 2 2 l-imk It) . II 1 n 7,
i'.Si'W'b'- iS.. VSStr'!;' J:!u! S ;! J jj
Totala . 15 "5 1M"n- r' ' .. H. 1 J
I Totals , . n 4 27 II tl
Cathedral A, 0 1 n 1 a n o i i "n
UostotiA. A ,,,, I 4 II 1 u 2 II U S
1'ainsd rniis-rathedral A, r- it iicsijn A. A . 1.
tltstbsieby errors I athedral A r. 3. llu.lon, A A.
4. J.efton b.ses-Catlieilral A l",4, llosion A A., li
llrsl lain on bslU oa i umnkey.fi, off Hates, It olt
furnish, ' hlruikout-Pssit Cornlih. Sates. Hern.
Uoltard. Mlnslowui. PuneaC) ijuinn Two base hlia
li'foole, l olllns llowen. bacrlnie hits Duilar I.
Wlnslow Bow en FrothliiKliam. stolen bases-Peau i;i
tiowtn (Jk Cornlih (J), Hates o Toole. Collins (Ji Mini
low, guinn lilt br pitcher Pean Hon en Mill
riltches-i ornlib (di. Coruissey fSi. I'assed balls Cobb
I), illusion vai. Implrcs-MooreaBdlllablaud. Time
Asylum I o 0 o o 0 0 0 o I
Uorhsia , ,. l i a o w i u u ,,-7
" ' .-,,. --
ATT EAST SIDE BATTT.K.
Arter II was Decide- se Draw tlie Caa.
test-nl lTontil Not Dlvlsle.
'wpetthSewiboy"ha4 branched out as a pro
moter of poililttio tattles, havlnn: cra-aolred a mints
ture ralllomla Athletic Club on tha east tide, rliht
under the none ot police Captain Pouiherty, lbs
purisi offers I are not star tllnjr as ) et, but. as the roan
ianarrrsaa be club s yotise yet, we'll ret than"
The f-nminlt Athletic Club Is the title "Swipes" has
estowed upon himself, and fie Mimtnita bad tha third
bailie ot fie nasnn last nlyht. Ueorre Paris and Fit
1 atnette faelnu each 1 tier for a ten round "so" In
this tns-an-e the purse took th- shape ot a full flbtln
costume, whlcn was esndy and siartilne it mnttt aye
cost all of seienty nine tents and"Swlpei' surveyed
It with rrld en Inflection as heptacal It where the
eyeautihe ulsd atoratnuid testopuultin ihelulerisls
of biltie anlitiinii ate iheniatiew
I hinuitnuB stere firotlewa of course reteree. and
wasin ma slur) as heslinutnl his roniinainla. Aselub
I shts m iheioniest "as In 1 las X neither of the
men I al an oirriuriltisaire of science ard the atom or
ailYahlajehilhia reapeit belonyel to Lamotte, who
ha 1 ll e t.-at of the battle durine lhe first eUhl roon Is.
inateal nt rnbblnc Ms man down lor the ninth round
l'avisernni shook tne gaudr costume in front or
his inniipsisnnse andshontel',
oh Ilea leauiy Are rer toln' terletlt retaway'"
Tha spiral aMrreilstib e, and Pa) is went at bis man
like a wild bu.iln lhe succeeilna: two rounds. He (lit
so well ihat he had I anioita covered with luood and the
retire Med with Indecision at tha close Finally
Steie grabbed the satet- line deflation it a draw,
but would not dscids bow to divide the
stakes t'p to a late lionr tba Question
I ad not been settled the men sitibbornlv refntfra? any
illvleliii which w 01M not Include the wine colored
trunks It Is more ihan trobanie they win have to
Ca-hlDlTthe draw, as tha Bummlt Athlsllc Club sals ba
will notifies twu costumts for one rght.
Tor the Ctiflmptonahlp nfthe ITnlteit Slates.
The dale for the final cam of tbe Inter city Cricket
leurne has teen mall" accepted by IblcikO, thacham
I Ion of the 11 111. and the match will I e playe I on Fept,
II and 1 J on the crJunda of the llelmont Cricket 1 luh,
stl.lmwocd with 1'hUadelpbla, th chMnplon of the
1. rest excitement hat b-en Aroused In the contest,
and the recent defeats ot the tlerraantown and Belmont
r'uri by the Clilcae-o eleven has materially weakened
Philadelphia's ennldenca and they now reallre that
their sery best e eien wlllhasetote placed In the field
to secure the victory. The captains of the I blladelphla
Cuts melon MeJnesday and selected tha following
team to represent theml ..
M.ltrockie laptaln 1). S Patterson F II. tlolilep,
II I lirnwn ami f. W. 1 aiston Jr. ot liermsnton:
1 rnwfurd coaiea A. M Mood, and F. 1 Altemua Bel
tnont, riudarund Law and II P. Bally, Mertoti. and r,
miner, 11 lladeiphia
Ihislsau ostiowertnl learn and could be Improved
only by rt P flrown. w ho la now In Kurop and K. IV.
riark Jr. who tsrecoverlna: from a severe It ness. It
Ispisslbielhat M Brockla may not be aula to play, lu
whlrhca-e , IVelin. Jf . win be added 10 the nam.
1 hicaito has alo cot a splendid team together ae may
be seen iroin the lot owing:
Pr t. 11. tirden. Alex Macpha-aon. F. F. Kelly, 11. U
tlr'.idt, lirsdier and J 11 Havlaof the rhtcaioa J.
lingers J Pethier. J. Cummlnrs and .1. Langhamof
I'uliinan and 1'. J. relf of tue Manderera with T. Pal
or I oilman rrll substitute.
The Belmomsar making every preparation for th
match, and look for a crowd of at least ltxrsaj A
sfeclal tra.n wltl run from Chicago and a bU delega
tion will tea) e ew nrk to see th plav on f rlday, re
turning to see tbe championship ot 2aew lork on Sat
urday. Tlieae Athlete Disqualifies! Theaaael-ea.
Tli Annual picnic and gamea of th Facred Heart
T. A n. foclety of Sacred Heart Church In West fifty
first street were held at Lion Fark yesterday afternoon.
The athletic eventa result! at follows
On hundred yard Hun First heat won by Frank A.
Butler b 11. T. A. II : John 11. tVulgtey. S 11. T. A B,
second r-eeond beat won by Frank Feabody, Weat
Side A. C,; George Krame. new York Turn Vereln, sec
ond Third heat won by Joseph liar is. New York cltyt
William Buckley, Fpaldlng Literary Colon, second.
Fourth heat won by A. J. May West Sid A. C : J.
Koche. Nw tork city, aecond. Final beat woaby May,
Feabody second and rinckle) third.
four hundred and forty ) ard Ron Won by K. V.
Fcbeider ew Jersey A. C , Ueorge krama, Hew lork
Turn lereln, second.
Boys itace. under ISyearr half a mil Won by John
Casaldy, Most bid A. C , K, Xay, Watt bid A. C.
Hat mil Bun Won by Frank Feabody. Watt Eld A.
C; John Ponohue ew York city, eecond.
Half mile Itun. members Mou by Jou P Boylant
John 11 Uuigtey aeconl
One-mile Bun Mou by John Layer: John J. Pono
Judges Bernard Butler Thomas Murray, and John
Victory, btarter li. J Hendersou
As these were open gamee and nottraglatered by th
Metropolitan Association, all athletes comrotlng therat
bava become dleQDallrled amaleure. Tbe A. A. C. odl
claia ar )ery lax regarding these picnic garnet.
MeA attire's Nervy- ProeeedlBC.
Jack McAullffe Is going to glv a ahow to-ntgbt lo
Faterton the home ot Austin fllbhons, his opponent of
next Friday night, and the champion light weight
will appear before th 1'atersontans In a boxing bout
with Jimmy Carroll of Broiklrn. his trainer. It Is ex
pected that Apollo Halt which F.d stoddart hat en
gaged for McAutlfTe will be well filled. It cerlalnlr
will be If the efforts of tho nlbbonses bear fruit, Jim
Gibbons baa bal the wa'la tots and ceilings of bis
saloon covere 1 with potters alvarttMng the --how for
tan days and says he will lead a arty of on hiindi)
men to the entrance of the ha I aud see that each man
f lave fur bis ticket lhe 1'aterr.on peopt while admlr
ng MoAuliffe a nerve In going among them lust befi.ro
the bailie, have also made a little fun out of the situ,
alien "He baa tocnme here " theysay. "togetonr
money befor tha ughl. fur he knows ho 11 get none ot
It alter "
Tetania at l'onkers,
YOSKKRS. Fept. 4. Th annual open ttnnti tourna
znent of the Fatlaade Boat Clnh which hat been con
tinued during the week will ba brought to a close to
morrow afternoon. Tha playing bas been excellent
and th attendance large. Theacoret-
Second Round Men s Singles W. E. nojzmsn beat
II U. Klng. io. ii a
Ladles'hmgles.rt al Bound Mite Carpenter beat Mist
Moore, e-3 i4 I i. rt-j.
Men'e Ponblea. First Round Waring an 1 Moor beat
Pelolselle and Getty e l, o-o, Myers and llodgman
beat cnamberlin and Bogerr, 0 . w 10, d i: Kwing
and Ralrd beat Moore and Daring s 2 02' Myers
and Ilodrman bear the Bashforil brothera fi A C l
Mixed Pouhl-e-J. II. Jallrar. Jr. and Miss Carpenter
beat h K. Vashford and Miss Oeorgle Bashford. t- c
B-s "T jioore and Mlsa Temple beat J. II. Jaffray.Jr .
and Miss Carpenter, b 1. 4 ti, s 2.
The Hlx.llny Bicycle Dace.
Tbe Madison Riuare Garden management hat taken
hold of the six day International blcycl tournament,
retaining Tom Eck as manager. Entries from skilled
riders ar lust now ponrlng In, bnt only tbe star per
formers win be selected Th anterprls beara on Ut
surface every Ind cation of success
The prominent bicycle clubs have been Invited to co
operate and make enugestlora as lo th plana and th
selection of competent and hunest Julges. The track
will b built to enable ttie contestants to attain the
hlgheat possible rale ol et ee t. and sa It Is almost a rer
taint) last all former records will be broken tbe man
agament want eier) thing right to Insure the accept
ance of the new figures. (Jet Is to -'4. Inclusive, hat
been decided upon as the eventful week.
Tbe Crescent Gun CInb Hhoot.
Tho Crescent Gun Club bad Itt regular monthly shoot
at Deiter Park yesterday. The club tboott modlfitj
I ong Island rules the us of both barrels at svn live
birds each, club handicap, for a Farker hamraerlesa
gun. lot wou a majority of times through th year.
M (illman, I. Hopkins, and M. Schmidt mad straight
scores In the shoot off Oilman killed three ttralght
and won It lor this month. J. Vata ha la walkover
for llm first Mine) prize with alx. file tied forth
eriohd prlre with five ascri In the shoot art J, Italu
Jen and U Hubbell killed six each and divided
two eweepstakee at three birds miss and out, war
shot aiterward romford liathjen, skldmore. Hub
bell and I ants divided the OrsL '
The seeord. same conottlona. waa divided bv
ScbmlUt. llaibjen. llutiboll. and Vagta. '
The Nassau Boat Club's Fall Xestatfa.
Tbe fall regatta of th Nassau Boat Club will be rowed
over the usual on ml e oours on th Harlem River
next batnrdar. Th feature ot th event will be the
elglit-oared she'l race btwen the crews captained br
T K Peeley and r. F, Jeisuprepectlel. The cox
swain of lhe Peeler crew will te llusiavejeasuti, of lhe
Jeisun crew t . I Hurnham It Is probable that iha
w Inning crew win l.e eent lo England to represent the
c'uo tu the next Henley regatta
JlnsetiRll Games Today.
risrelsnd ti New York, at Cleveland.
Frookl) n vs. I'litsturgti. at Pittsburgh.
Chlrsito va lloiton at Chicago
llucinuail vs Philadelphia, ati'lnclnniu.
Athletics vt Milwaukee at Philadelphia.
Pa.tlmoreas. taiulsville al Bjltimor.
Boston vs St. I.oi-is at Boston
li ashtngtou is. Columbus, at Washington,
Albany va Troy at Albany.
Huflato vs. Lebanon, at Buffalo.
Siaten Island A. C vs. staten fslani C. C, at Wtt
w nrlg'iton v
i pglewoud T C. vt freacent A. C, at Fnglawood.
New Jersey A. n. vs I .st'on A. A., at Bsri sn Tolnt.
So'itli orange f c. is m ihoinas at south Orange.
uraiwe A i is. Lolulnbla A i", at lirange.
horin lde A. C. va Vorkillle I. M. tl. A., at horth
Mt I ernon A A. vt Gorbams, at Mt Vernon.
Morrlatowii vs. Charier neks at Morrlstown
Mate A. I', is Cenireiille A. c, at Mtsi Bergen.
I'ubnn iilsnts vs..lereis at Hobnkan.
i. rerni. "Hit a i. n Jstteraons al ilrrenpolnt.
In raatllia s Hauiillcaa at f r f ockaway.
HentinAA va Muiitclairi'. A A al Montrlalr.
fieecher.sclienck A Benedict vs llrooklyu Inturanc
clerks. atXailer A r.groiuids
Allaiitaa n u. N T., at Itahway,
Tabernacle A A. as AlerlA l'., al Elisabeth.
llsckensack O C, vs. Llbertr, hi llackenaack,
Iroiuols A. I', is. Armni A i', al llreenvlll.
Hornets vs t-landirds at Con-table Hook.
1 Indrrs vs Nexark rtars at I'enirerllle.
Bou'evsrdsis llickorys ol haimins.
orients as. riareniotit. at Clareinont
Seat oards is. Pearsails et iireeuviile.
st C.eorse A c vs. Cathedral A. C, at lb Polo
,lTh,,m0,,,lln,",n, rn,,'-!,' Uv between tb Tork.
ill e 1. l I A and HspkeiiiHck learn being csn
reilel, the former rluii won, i ilke to arrangi, a gam
for that date with any rmb In sew ,irrer onl-apo.
K't.AYriB,u'.y.;t, x""" tf"w ,Iud"1,ij'
Tomorrow, Morttor Park, Weehawken, 4 P, M , Al.
lertoni vs leonttue. fort) second Street lold) rry.
2uc, boyt loc all.
HTl e KlcVhain I ooil all cmb ot Harlem plav the Irish
Americans at M oudnde, L. I , lo morroir tauuOsi) al J
o clock. .Un "
Rscreatlon flro jnd. Long Island City. To morrow. Sen
aistJ vs. cwuuii, chaupiop ei'.wi ttsmi 4 i", Jl,-ir,
LEW WEFR'S GOLDEN ROD.
kd conniaAS'H colt brats a faxii
FIELD AT Bnr.EPS1lF.AD BAT.
Charade wal the Favorite, bnt lie Oat
Iato (Several rocket and waa Unplaced
at the Flnlah-Trlallr 'Win at HO to 1
Relltr, tTlllle I. aaal False Hart the
Bookmakers Kenwood Bad Foleeea
Show Great Improeemeat la Form,
The attendance nt Bhcepshoftd Bar Tester
day was quit In k-osplnst with the proetamme
olTered br tho Coney Island Joclcey Club, nbout
C.000 persons belnc present. Tlio westhor was
the perfection of nittumn. clear nnd cool, and
Die track wns ns fast nsnt any time durliu the
meetlnc. Tho bookmakers had nnothsrhard
day ot It, Lew Weir. Ilellly. Willie U. and l'a
can. who carried a lot of monoy for the talent,
Retting home In front.
The stnko fonture. the Golden Hod. for two-)ear-olds,
nt seien fuilonc over tho crass
course,, had Charade for favorite, but Blmms
rode the lilnck colt In nnythlne but his usual
fit) le. and tew Welr. ably handled by Docsett,
won aftor an exciting finish with Klne Mac.
Lew Welr was faiorlte for the Sapphire Stakes
on Thursday, but ho quit nt the end of half a
mile and was l eaten n, htitidted yards. To
day he had elKutecn pounds less weleht than
oa that occnlon, and tho'e who wore coner
v,ttlve nnd played him once more not their
money bach with Interest. Chutade cot off
Inst and was pecketed halt a doron times, so
that bis true form wns not shown In yoster
I'nv'srace, nnd ho nlll do to bet on nsaln.
The openlnc event at n mllo tins n scorcher
for the talent, a hero were but four starters,
ltacsland. Dr. Hnsbrouck, Jndce Tost, and
Trinity, llnceland and Dr. Hnsbrouck wero
niiunl favorites, thptalont scndlncthe money
Into lhe rlnc on thorn In thousand'. Trinity
had a stable boy named llooth in tLe saddle
and the rlnc chalked up OU and CO to 1 ncalnst
the Talrvlew-bred colt, llooth rode Trinity
like an experienced jockey, waltlni; until the
turn for borne, nnd when tbo talent were
shouting their loudest tor Dr. Hnsbrouck, who
looked a winner nil oor. cut loose, and Trinity
passed the leader in n few strides and won
cleverly br two lencths. The talent had evi
dently forcq'.ton Trinity's performances at
lirlshton Bench and Guttenburc. ltunnlnrr
five furloncs in ono minute Is one of his
achievements. Hnsbrouck beat llnceland
handily for second money. The only ill e-dol-lar
mutual sold on Trinity paid (29'J.
Ilellly had so much the best of tho welslits
In the sprint for three-yea--olds over tho
1-uturltr course thnt tbo public liindod on her
for th" winner. Docceit kept her In the tront
rank all the way. and won a cosd race by halt
a length from Contribution, who boat Uelloiue
for second place by n narrow marelu. Correc
tion rnn promluontly for half a mile and then
Hoodlum. Willie L . Esrjulmati. and Kemp
land had lesions of followers for the mile and
a furlonc seillnc race, but the slow pace In
ttie early part of tbe ruoe msde It n cood thine
for Willie L.. nho has as much speed as al
most anybody's horse. 'JheSeiiuenie colt nnd
Willlo L. were the only ones In it In the home
stretch, and Dames bad to ride Lakeland's
colt hnrd at the finish (u order to beat tbe un
named son of Powhatan nud r-e'iuencc. Ls
aulmau was thitd. hetnplandnae badly cut
Vt Ith I.cantaka out of the mile and n furlonc
handicap. Caseins and l'ortchester wore
played by the tnlent. Kenwood ran In the
tront rank all the way. and. much to the cba
crlu ol the lenowinc ones, won by a length and
a half. Cnsslus and Portebester ran a dead
heat for second money. The stewards did not
like Clayton's rldlug or Kenwood two or three
days aco. when be wasn't In the first
three in ft sevon-furlons race. To
day Kenwood required no riding. He
simply eallopcd in. The money won
by the Oermnn confederacy on hennoodwas
placed on their colt Folom. in tbo rare ou the
turf for which 1'agan. with Mcf,nuglilin up.
was n pronounced favorite. He cot away
badly, and was crowded nnd jostled on the
lower turn, and was lust Hi tho run up tha
bnckstretch. Around tbe upper turn and In
tlie homostrtch Folsom showod cront
speed, and be was catching l'agan and
hlngstock at the finish. McLaughlin rodo
l'ngnn In his own matchless fashion and won
In- a lechth and a half, but Uogeett hn I to use
whlo nnd spur to keep Klnestoik coinc long
enough to secure second place. lolsom
couldn't raise a respectable gallop tho last
time he tan. when tne odds were short ncalnst
him. Yesterday he was 12 and IS to 1, and ho
was quite a race horse.
Tlir. FIRST RACE.
Judee I'ost mndo the running, with Dr. Hss
btouck eecond. ltjclnnd nnd Trinity traillnc
until tho I eclnnlnc or the unier turn, w en
llncehuid went up to the lenders. Hounding
into the homestretch Lr. Hnsbrouck took ilio
lead n ith Urlnlti nt bis heels. Trinity electri
fied the crowd by spr.nttne away from Oiis
brouek in tbe run home. Mlnnlnciery eleierly
by a length und a half. KacelaLd was a fair
Asweerstakes for tbree-rear-olds and upward non
winuers at t'ie mreting. at f 16 each, with ei.ir ti mided,
or which S-bO to sscutid and t luo to third ens mbe
Boulevard stables ch. c Trinity. J, by forester
British Beauty, 115 (Booth) I
IV. M. Ksrnck ch. c Pr lfcasbrouck.au' Tarall... 2
M f. Dwyer ik g. ftacsland. aged. u-.'(McLaughlluk J
Judge I'ost also ran.
Betting Even money Itaceland. lo 1 against Pr.
Haaorouck. I'i to 1 Judge Pott, tiu to 1 Trlfiily. 3tutualt
paid tm'tl til 33. J-iul
THE OOLPZN- ROP STATtn'!.
The Maid of Athol Ally, King Mac, and Les
ter Metre in tront at the btnrt. Charade last and
slow to get under way. In tbe run up the
bnckstretch hlnc Mao nnd the Maid of Athol
lllly made the running. Cnarade and Lew eir
trailing. Ontbeupoerturntilniinssucceedii'l la
getting Charade into two or three pockets,
while Uoggott had clear saillnc with I.etv Wlor,
brinelnc Corrican's colt to the out-ide. J lio
inci In the hoineitretoli was warm between
Idw Weir nnd King Sine, the former winning
by a neck in a whipping finish. Actor peat
Charade for third money.
The Golden Hod Stakes fur twoyeir olds, at ?23 each,
with (i. Mat aided, of which mo to second and 91 jo to
thlrdi seieu furlongs, on turt
tdi'orrlgan tb c. Lew Heir, by Longfellow Laionla,
, 10114 tDoggetti . 7 1
O. B Morrasb. c. King Mac. 10.'. HUrtlii! , , 1
11 Sicott a Camrbell's u c. Actor, lni iTaral) a
Maid of Attioi ally, cbarado, Lcstar, Temp e, and
0'f.eliy also ran.
Betting Against Charade B to fi: lew Welr Stoi:
Lester 4 to I: Mmd of Attioi m'y, s it 1: Temple 10 to
1: Actor. 1 J 10 1, O Kelly, sutol. Mutual! paid t":.'Oj,
15 Si, 840 55. '
Muscle Ward delayed the stnrt for nearly
hnlfau hour by refining to break with tbe
others, and Mr, Caldwell wns finally compelled
10 send the field awnr without her. itcilly,
llellevuo, and Correction made the running to
tbe elbow, where the latter stopped, and Con
tribution moied up fiom tbe ruck. Doggntt
at down nml rode hard in the final furlonc,
and Ilellly beat Contribution halt a length,
L'elloi ue was a uluso third,
A sweepslaVes of H3 em.li. for three veer olds, with
Sl.o u added, of utilclt i.'vu to second and luo to third,
1 utunty tourse
f.a lci.ewee'ach-f Itil.ly. by Mr. PlckwIck-UIan.
cairn luo tlloggett) ,. 1
li Gideon's b g contribution, l.'j (Rergenj -j
U 1. Leach t blk c rel eiuo ltTwral) 1
Correction, Luray. Ceiebi s 1 aurei and Patrick also
ran Mac. Is ll ard was left at the post.
Time. I 10 I 5
Iiettlng-Agalnst Heiiiy, e to 3; Correction. Contribu
tion. J'u tn I ilelleiue. 4 to I: Cerebus. u toll
1. iirar Jo in I Patricka.Vi to I, Muggle ll ard, tu to 1,
Mutual paid f.u U5, SI5'J,U'.
Tun roUUTH PACE.
The Pequence colt sot off In fiont, nrni with
illlllo L. In second i luce, made the running,
two lengths before 1 S'liiliiinii and Mr Haw,
heraphind last. All were umlci a pull, and the
paivwasiery slow utuil the nun for homo
wnB rent bed. 1 he raco wnta thus reduced to n
sprint, and of couise Willie L under tho eir
cun.suinieH, hud thu est of It It tool, ull his
spied tu beat the sequonco rolt a neck In a
whipping ilnlsh, Lciiulm.iu uns n fair third,
I'urso tl.us', of vhh.li Hut 10 lecon. I and tlisl to
thlri. the winner to be told at auction fur -',5jj, on
mile and a furluog
It Lakeland t br. c. Millie L., .1, by taltrtto-Mlran-
da, 115 liarnesi , , , . , ...,
Hanover Stable s Hequsnce colt. t. In-I fHllnxna) ... J
ll C Itolllns e b b Ls.uluiau aged 1 17 (Tarall J
Hoodlum, Jim Clare mr Itae and Keiup and alio ran.
Bettlng-riglit to ft ajaluit Hoodlum, ll i0 "S Willi
!..lyetnl Lsqulmau . Iu I Jtemplahl, ktl to 1 Se.
unsure cult -mo I lr Use, luoio I Jim ciaie Mutuait
ald$u 15, ill I.'., Sluoi.
Titr. fifth ncn,
Jceberc mndo the runnlnc from a good start,
with 1'ortehei.terand Kingmaker trailing until
the middle of the bnckitretch. where Icoborc
was doue and Kenwood took command of
nllulra. On the upper lurn l'ortchester and
Cnsslus both set suit lor Kenuood, but lbs
Outteubuiceralivays had the lio.t oflt, irln
Pliig by a length, tni-slus und I'ortcheiter ran
a dead heat lor second monoy,
A lisudlcap sweepetakes of sji each, with li.rra
added, o( which S-5a lo second aud aluu to third, on
lonle and a furlong
Hobuketi stable's b r. Kenwood. 4, by Falisllo Kslle
Creel. H laitoul i
MaicotiA CauibbeU'elr, li I isslua n no iTsral) e
':?. ,"v,r eon's u o I'mtil ester a. loo(blmms)..
Kingmaker llepirler, anlicsbeig also ran
apsad beat for seiond place.
. flme, I vv
Bettlng-Twn to 1 against Caislns, I'-i to 1 Portchst
'.l. '."I1 hnwood ii to I Iteporter. S lo 1 Kingmaker.
4UIU 1 lcbelg Mutuait ptla IJI tU, f7.75, fU ;, i 55.
'Jlir. SIXTH RACK,
Molilenn, lloier. nnd f'obtn J!ca raeol In
front lor three-quarters of a mile, with tl.o
(ithflis closely bunched. In the homestretch
McLnuch In movod 1'ngan lo the Irent, and
rldliic lu brilliant stile, landed the race, with
the llaucocus UPtCBenttttll9 LOHtlpi: iilUki- '
stock a length and half. Folsorniwho waa
eecond last until half war around the upper
turn, was a close third at the finish.
A iweepsletea tnrthrseresr-olds and nparard et f IS
each, wlinsi.issi added, of which tlM to second and
fits) to third, one mil on tnrf.
llancocas stable a ch n I'agtn, 5, by Morteraer-.
Natchiesa IJJUIel.aush'.lnl 7 I
f! J Kelly e br. Il KlngtttKk. is3(pggettl a
lloboken SUble en, c. folsom 4. lgii(Ciarten) a
niackthorn. Mohican Rover, Lady l'u'titer, Costa
Rica aad Ursnlte alto ran
llettlng-Fvea money Pagan 5 lol Lady Pnlilfer.
la I Klngitoc . H to i hlaclthorn. H to I ursnlte. 10 to t
f'oli'.m I j to I Mohican, -.tno I oata I'.lca. to to 1
Bevtr. Mutual! paid lli'J3, I7.1SJ, I3.
ExxntEs Fon biiekspobad bat.
A. SssUndlsl Card OfTered by the T.onp: Ialand
Tomorrow's card for Bheepshead Bar Is
nmong the very best ot the mestlnc. the
l'rlendly Stakes for two-year-olds, tbe Sep
tember Stakes for tbroo-roar-olds, and the
Omnium Handicap for three-rear-olds and
upward, at one mile and a furleng, being down
lor decision. The track will be fast, and the
sport should be spirited enough for anybody.
Tho Friendly Stakes has WIcbtman. Bash
ford, Vorkvllle Belle, Dacocet. and other
high-class two-yoar-olds enggged, and It
should prove more than usually Interesting.
Wlchtmnn Is a crnnd colt, and Yorkvllle Belle
Is easily the best two-year-old flllr tn training.
It may be Dagnnot's turn to wlu, but the
chances nro that Wlchtman nnd Yorkvllle
Belle will kaie the finish to thomsolies. That
useful colt Ceo Jay Jar appears among
the entries for tbe Friendly Stakes ns Johnny
lleckscber. .Mr. I'ierre I.orlllard bought him
yo-teiday and named him after the popular
Ilew Vorker, and the colt will enrrr tha Ban
cocas colors to-day for the first time. Johnny
Heck"clierls n speedy rolt, but tbe class he
meets to-day Ib higher than those he beat lu
Bermuda, with any kind of rldlne, should
win tho ,-eptembor Stnkcs. as Tl pounds
should not stop McClcllnn's cood colt. John
Cavanncb may run second. 'J he Omnium
llnndlcnp. at one mile and a lurlong. bus n
bigb-class ontry. Judge Morrow bolnc the top
weight at 120 potimts. while Stahel Uleen Is the
featherweight at VO i ounds. Morrow has had
a lone rest nt hnratogn. and he may win, with
Mnbel (llonn second.
1 ngllsli Lady nnd linclne should run a
pretty stiff mile in the otonlng etent. and
1 rontenne ami llnnuuot may do to Play In the
fifth. The crass nee should ben good one,
and Trio may win. with Carroll second.
This Is the programme In detail:
First Race A eweepstakee of tJ each, with f l,Oofl
added ot which S- ej to second and SIOJ to third out of
the stakes, one mil.
Baclne IztlMnnlago 102
Sauntercr livticypeie nu
lomer llJ.f.tig ish Lady fet
In erno. 102 It, rule I t)
rerehue I0-' nrageute ns
Mnrth lOJlUelle d or l'J
Second Ha'-e-Th Friendly Stakes, a sweepstakes for
two year olds to be run at the summer meeting of th
Meihlruon Park Hub chlraso nd et the fall meet
Ingot the l.'ooev Island Jockey Club, at 5o each, with
Fitsoadoel, should the same hots win brtn racss.
fl.KKi additional In plate or money.wlll be given, half
ly cacti association! tp winner at th Coney Island
Juckey Club to receive hair of the Joint subscriptions
and f2 otsi of tbs addd money, tb second J7Mj, and
the third $11Q of tbe added mouey. Futurity court.
Rsahford UtlPagonet 110
Klngl'admu lie 'Herniate im
Mlghtmai II" llyandotteclt no
Leonaweil IIB Johnny Heiksher lio
Ignite I15il'eagal no
Yorkvili Bel. mlAcior no
Ht Mark . . linint. larolut lio
c rcular llo;Mrcd 107
Third Hace-The feptember Htskes. for three year
o'lls at f.ioeach with II, Mij added, ot which tvoi to
eecor.d Sinn lo third out of Hi stakes: one mil aud
Recknn iSfilSnewbalL 110
llermula 122 Santa Anna 107
Join caianag'i nn
f onrfi Pace Th rimclnm llnndlcao atweepttaket
of s-.oeach. with tl. TO,) aided of vrlncli $5U0 to second
and (Sou to third, oue mile and a furnma.
Judge Morrow IJuiKng.lsh Lady ltw
lltnquet 117llVoodcutter. 100
Tulla Blackburn lis.llnle mi
Rydtity mislabel Ulenn so
Fifth Race Handicap swespstakes of 20eaeh. with
SI 2V added, of whlob J'0 to tecond. tjlisu lo third out
of the stakes' one mile and three furlongs.
Banquet IIJiFrontenae 10.1
Longford n.'lAbl iua
Homer lloilirgle Si
Plxtb Race-lllgb weight handicap sweepstakes ot
$70 0301. with SI ten added of which "i(i to second
(liuio third out ot tbe stakss, mils ana a bait on turf.
Carroll l24,Snnwball 114
ZATOXTA'3 BVXKISa MEETING.
Tncle Bob 'Win the Handicap-Favorite
In the Majority.
Civciviesn Sept. 4.-Tbre of the Bv favorites won
atLaton'atoday, and Lngllah rod a pair or the win
ners The track waa very muddy, wlitl tb unaettled
weather held tbe Attendance down to regulars only.
Tbe first race a selling purte, on mil and twenty
ysrds. with eleven s.arters, resulted In a driving finlali
bete, en the 30 to 1 chance. Prift. and tb 4 to 1 choice.
J. 1 , lio ridden by C. Sloan. J T. wlnnlug br a short
bead while th a to 5 favorite, Abilene, cam third,
lime 1 .1 4
Ih-sei-nid race, four and a half furlongs, had eight
maiden two ) ear old flutes ai starters Hits Hera.
I'aurfhler nf Jim llore. closed favorite al 2 to 1. bnt 111
I'antiue filly Paro'e llu. 1 nglleh up. at 4 tn l, won at
she pleised bv four lengtll Ike fmsrlte flnlshlag sso
cu I and the Blazer flliy Annie House third, a length off.
lime l.ui ,...
Then cam tbe mile eel Inn dash, with Are starters, nf
which Royal iiarler. Ink freeman In the saddl was
an M :. faiorlte Royal Garier wou by a length In a
l irhlliig finish with Hilly I Inkerlon, who beat Tenacity
a head ror place honora Tune 1 '4H14.
The mtle-aod serent) yard handicap, with nao start
ers, ram fourth V'ncle Roll, IIS t-eaman In th sad
dle, waa a 0 lo .1 fAVorlte. and be won easily by two
lengths with Adrlenu second, eight leugtht in front (
Camilla, lime I till.
Tne eport ended with a five-furlong dash for maiden
two rear old co ta Sleht ran. Ho't Ti otnba. lia rid
dsn hv Fiigish. closed favorite at .1 to I. and be can
tctad In an eai) winner by four lengths from the b to 1
shot Oayos who teat the Penan colt, I oubie long a
head for place honora Time I unki Th wianer Is a
son of Harry (lalion. dsm Warwickshire, and la a
)oungtter that la sure to proa a high class panormer,
Baelne Keaull at Chicago.
Cntcsco. Sept. 4 The track at Garfield Park wat fait
to-day. The rtees resulted at follows-
first Race Seven furlongs, eke Ilardr won Eoko
second Aunt Cal third. Time, l .ny
Hecnnd Bace-lhrre quarters of a ml!. Big Thr
won Guv Ito-s second. .Maua third. Time, 1:11k
Third Race One tntl fiary Mcbuwan won Leh
tecond Aristocrat thirl. Time, 1'45
fourth Raco-Mllaandaslsternth. Prlnc won. Vlrre
d'or second. Id Pell Hurt lime. I Ml "-.
fifth Race-Fit rnrlonrs Tom Roach won. Crulk
tbonk tecond. In adllla thirl 1lml:o4
sixth Rsce-ute uife cpman won, Bob L, second.
Louise M. third. Time, 1 43,. ' ' ""n0-
Rssults at Ilawthern Park
First It ice-six furlongs ll arren Inland won, Royal
Flush coiiit. 1'eari Jninlngs third Time, I'Ih
Second Itace-Mvfiirliing'. Bsrney tron, Harry Kuhl
te'oiid, kl-met third lime. litT-K """"' nunl
Thirl Baee-Iiae ftirlcnrs Buckliound won, Arthur
Davis eecond. I.ltl'e Itock third llm. liOllt '"""
fourth l.are-eev!! furlongs, fan King won, Little
Erlesnrs second Col. Mbeatly third. Time. I 32.
fifth ftaie-MIe and an eighth. Insolence won.
Carus second, Plinlnl third. Tim. 1 SSJa;
The "Wlnaer at BptTalo.
Bcrrito. Sept.4-The fol'owlng It tb result of th
races here to day i
First Race-Three quarters nf a mil. Dalesman won.
Bessi K, trco'id, Prltlts third. Tim. tr!8ef.
Second Race-On mil Calgary won, B'r Brown
Jug seiond. Harrison llurd Tim l-4Ti "
Ihlrd Baco-flve elehtna of a mile Vocatll won.
fjuriU Itaoi-lbe I ang Htaketl seven eighths of a
mile I nrlr Blossom won. Mr. bast teconJ, hlsle third"
rifili 'uare-avenelghttt of mllo Fsrild won.
Mabeiie second sir i.rnrge third Time, Its"
sixth itac-Tliree quar'tll of a mile. Swifter won
Fltiliugh Lee enuud, cailln third. Tim, luij" '
The Wlanar nt Glnurealer.
Orarrwirn, K. J , Sept 4. Following ar th rttultt
lirst Rsce-even eighths mlla Little Blla won.
Question second i eawoul ihlrd Time. I al
second Hare-Ure-elsliths mi's I autlou won Per
ea colt lecond (Hero third lint 1 17'i.
Third Itace-Tnree.fourilis mile Hannibal won. pick
et second, oberllh third Time. iy. -". a iv
fourth Race-Six ami one half furiongi. Landaesr
won Mhlio .Note second, Maudererll. third. Time,
fifth Rac-One and one fourth miles. Lotion won
Mldd esions second Blantyre third. Tiro. JilVki "
sixth ltiice-1 our an I one hair furlongs hundny won
ValollatcconJ, Plrigo third. Time, O.kj;. " "'
Troltlna and Mucins at Aabnry Pork.
Aircar Psrx, Sept. 4,-Tht fifth day of the Monmouth
County Fair attracted another la-go crowd. Thor
were two races this aftsrnoon. Tb first wat a trotting
race for J loclass trottert mile heats, three In five, for
a pune of fjo). There wer eight entries Frank B
,",'.":l'i"1',11"1".' iwnii the first heat In 2 a us.'
,".'' J. M.,-?"7."r,?1' c.i." -Nou.lnee the tecond n'l
third Heats ins i5s hil2i!s i nest three beatj
and the raa rtere won by M u. Lley t b. g I. E Bar.
rett. Tlme-Jix. -J i5i Iii, ' "' ' B B,t
The second event aras a free fur all pact, ml' heat
for ajiurse of x Jn. Tlier wer only two entries
John froui :tl. g. Ilv llllklt and Vpfcampt ', t
in Line Daisy. .Tills wat by far the more exciting
race of lb two lly ll likes won tba llrat hsat In Tj f
lhe next two were taken by little Paasy In Ji-ic, ana
Troltlnn on I-ona Ialand,
A big crowd attended thtlau day of th fair of tbt
Long Island Llv Block Association al Huniliiglon )es
lerdiy. Thsenutof the day was Ibe trot In ihea.S3
PaildJaes. bDroinaryt ,l
First Hac-Fre for all: pnn of ftwo.
f)iv dJoneitUg Pavld Jonet i s i
JK,.l,,te.r.koaiK hblpuian ..!. J
u-.'.'O" ",,b J,"i t-tudsey..." ".;;!,.., ,.i B
F, P. Carson i b g Rox . .......... dls
Tlmt-2 J4.-J:.'5lv,2 23.
Second llace-2 J I dais, purae of fl 0.
Juliuiiali s blk. g Bill) Mor.hall i 1
Jas. ti.ileer s b g Alex Mcford .."..a J J
Jeist L. Smith'sc . g hunrls . !j a i
K.sclueilm tb g. Judges. . . 6 4 it
JiaOJWurkc'sUg I at Urefnei ;. ,"' . a Z a
I IlB.t-J!JI, t.MXuii.
' - - . .. '.j. . a
- ,- I
,'w T- '. ' '.''"' V'V ""' e . a a a
ami. nosKEn ox tbb kit tmack.
Saaol May Tk a New Xeeeret tke ltevr.
Faaateet tonne est Mtoektoa.
Advices from San rranclseo staling that Bn
nol and 1'alo Alto were to be sent for record
on n klte-shapod track, a reporter ot The
Bun callod on Mr. Bobert Bonner last night for
confirmation ot tho report.
" Well, now yoti'te got me," snld th veteran,
" for I am In the dark about It. Konol li In the
hands ot Gov. Ktanlord, and the only news I
have received about her Is thl. telegram from
Marvin, which camo this aftornoon:
" Sroi'xtos, Stpb i, 1B0L
"Rititrt Jlinrrr, AVw Fori,
"Moied to Stockton. Mill not work mire until Setur
dsy. Ciu. UiKvix"
" There nro two tracks nt Stockton, a regu
lation nud a kilo shaped, the latter Just fin
ished, tbo top dressing haling Leon laid two
weeks ago, Tho regulation track Is one of lhe
best In the country, fatnmboul hating made
his record of 2:11 over It Whethor the kite
shaped trnok Is faster has not ret been shown,
but as the Independence track Is from two to
four seconds fnsier tbau the best regulation
tracks I presume tho Cnllfornliins have seen to
It that the htockton kite track will not bo be
hind tbe age,
" Whllo I am roally In Ignotance as to
whether Marvin Intends chine Bunol a regu
lation or klte-shnrod record at Rtockton. It is
my bollet he will try for tho latter. I had n.
talk with him lust lour on the subject, aud at
thnt tlmo ho declnxd himself neninst kite
records, but as perfoiinaucos over ihosn tracks
are now being accepted ns ico uds. It Is prob
nble bo will clio tho mure tho benefit of tbe
fastest track. That is m v Interenco. I lime
been In receipt of telegrams tbo past low
weeks as to Hunol's condition and um hnupv to
sarthoro is not tbo slightest trace nt lame
ness. Mnnln is preparing her nt Stockton,
because it o climate i more steady than at
Gov. (Stanford's fnrm. Menlti l'urk. where tho
sen breeros Intorfero with n I minor's worK.
"Tho innro comes to me on Oct. 15, nnd I
supioso (lov, Utnuford Is naturally Inr moro
anxious than I am that she should coma with
the recoiJ. I am between twotltes, as it were,
something llko tho Irish woman who saw her
husband wrctlinif with the bear. 1 do nut
want tu see Maud b.'s 'l.Uiii luivored. but if
any torso Is to lower it 1 should, of course,
prefer to hate It Uunol. I can only stand back
just now and say with th pugilists: 'Mar the
Pest man win.' although with a hop that
Maud may not be Lenten.
"I do not favor this kite-shaped business,
because tbe track can he built so as to be
down-bill the full mlle.whlch is cot fair. On
tho regulation track you hare no advantage
that way. Woll. another week or so will tell
the tale, Williams, the owner ot the Inde
pendence course, guaranteed me that hunol
would trot In U:ufl on his track, so If Marvin la
'kliey' It looks like new figures. Whatever
the result, 1 will gtvo the mare n chance next
renr on a regulation. I will use her for tbs
road this winter, and put her in training In tbe
spring. I will give the publlo a chance to sea
her work at Fleetwood as soon a sh gets
here, which will be between Oct. 15 and UU."
As the ardent horse lover accompanied th
rorortertothedoor.be stopped and said im
pressliely: "But I will not acknowledge
Hunol or anr other horse tbe peer of mr Maud
until her lime has been fairly beaten on a
regulation trnok. And f believe almost every
body will grant me that 1 am right In th
ME. A. A. BONXBR O.V TBOTTISQ.
Hb la In Favor of Daakee Tha Celt Stake
at Point Breets,
Mr. A. A. Bonner returned from Philadel
phia bright and early yesterday morning,
alter attending the Philadelphia trotting events
tbo previous day. Mr. Bonner had an laterest
inc conversation with the owner of tho crack
stallion Anteeo. record 2:16,'i. Mr. H. 8. Henry
of the Pennsylvania Valler Btock Farms, Mor
rlsi Hie, in which that young and entbnslastlo
breeder disclosed his reasons for giving out
of his own pocket $10,000 for tbe Colt Stakes
trotted at the Philadelphia circuit meeting.
Mr. Henry ezp'alned that be actod on tbe
belief that colt races were contested from
pure and honeBt love ot the sport, and that no
jockeyluc would be dreamed ot in conneotlon
with the youngsters, as great pride Is taken
In them end much curiosity is felt lo discover
just what they can da Mr. Henry figured that
he bad lost t-,500 by tbe enterpriie, but he
didn't mind a little thing like that compared
with bla satisfaction nt the results or the ex-
Eorlmont, tho colt eienisonthe programme
avlng been exciting nnd contested with great
spiiit. fjuch were tbe sentlmonts also of
Messrs. II. N. binlth. C, H. Hornor, 0. H. Chat
held, and others
Mr. Bonner followed with a genuine sur
prise, which he siuung on tbe reuotter. "I
am In faior," he declared, " of having one and
two mile dashes as well as one-mile heat trot
ting races. Tbe renson why running rnces
draw better than trotting races is th fact that
they vary tbe card with dashes of different
lengths and aie decided so quickly, being
dashes nud not heat races, if trotting tourna
ments should have dash events ot one aud two
miles they would gain In variety,
" Besides. I consider thnt trotting races. best
three out of five, are. M ben the heat are split
up to a race of five, six, or more heats, too
great a strain on the horses, i or example, the
nine-beat raco fur tbe Charter Oak Park 110,000
stakes last week was altogether too long, and
was cruel to the animals. It was almost crim
inal, and Bergh's society would not hate been
greatly out of the way In going after the
owners of the horses."
TBE GBAXD CZIICVIT CLOSED.
J.ady Ulster ITIna 1st Straight ITeata
Frank Dortch Improve Ills Jlecord.
PniLAPELrniA, Bept. si, This afternoon
brought to an end the Grand Circuit of 1891,
nnd the famous serios closed without any sen
sations nt Point Breeze. Even tbe triple team
trial did not come off. as Belle Hamlin la lame.
JuBtlna nnd Globe wero driven to a skeleton
wagon by Goers, against the record of 2:16;,
made on this track last rear br Belle Hamlin
and Justlna, Globs was lu good form, but
Justlna was not. and tho first trio was a slow
one. The second tlmo thsr kept level, and
made the circuit in 2:13,'.. The two-rear-old
flllr Capltana, by Young Wilkes, was sent
ngninst the pacer Ed Geers for a record. She
trottod in .:3U exactly.
Of tbe regular events the 2:33 class proved
an easy thine for .Lady Ulster, with the betting
Stolti on tbe New lork mare. Bbe had a
good lead In ench heat, anil did not have to
lower her Hartford record of 2:'J'.'. Isaoo
1 lemlnc. tho Fleotwcod trainer, handled th
big mure cleverly.
2:33 elait: pnrse f I ono.
fi7lir,U'V,J''r.i.1VL,-ml,,onUnrlInlae7)-'-t I I
lllrhlend Boy (McFaddtn) .... a a
Haley H (Poty) '."5 T a
Monroe WllkeifPtttlt) . .... 4 a S
Templtton (tiradyi ,. ' a s 4
ii.di.t.ii (plain ...:,..;:. ...S I s
Claudius ilrwlii) .""""! 5 2 i
Tlme-J 27)( s 3i, 1 n4.
It was 5 to 4 on Frank Dortch for the 2:20
W.e'..but..no.,.ou,J'r '! mei"i adversary in
Thistle, the be, black colt from Parkvlll
tnrm. Geers did not wont a fast mark, so he
watted for rt heat, which Thistle won easily
ami scored his irst record of 2:11.'.-. In the
second beat 'ihlstle was a length back at the
htart.ni.il n bronk left him awny behind. He
closed n lone can. but tha effort was too much
nml itnotuer mistake enabled Dortch to get
th heat In 2:2 1,'.
The third bent was llvoly. Thistl going
lapped tothn half nud lending Dortch from
there iot the liomostiatch. Th gelding had
too much blush and cot home llrst. but ho
had to get ii mar: of 2:li.'. to dolt
The fourili heat found Thistle ns dangerous
r2rtou.,anil,,,i;,,,l0,r;:lrcd ,,-,.. 1B
.'..Orars. puns II 0 o.
TliKlfe'Wi..) -" ""Cn.eg., , , , ,
Saladlndlteen a 3mm
I.iniiia L eruticrjoodj Z i ? i
surpoastlrwlni i i ? a
tuusiu Joe I obb UhL
rime-.', no,, juaif. Jini.'s ivii'i'
There will be a meeting nt Belmont Tark
next week. Maur r,f the clroiilt horsos are en
tered nud good spoi t s oxpocted-
AXTELL'S VALUATION INCKEASED.
Ill On tier Nniv tlnlm Tliat He Cost
im t nzo.ooa.
iNPHVAroi.is. Fept. 4,-The farmers made
such a vigorous kick on the low valuation for
tnx purpiiri's of lhe famous stallion Axtell
that Hi Slate Tax Commissioners ralseil hl
'!lttUt ' 5 uf"l' "PJ "'" "iiterSi 1ic 111!
lonnnllin doieloiod lint the 1105 oo" tela,
trnphedoierllio country nt tlit tme it li
ErY,CJ'arh." lif ,nhn l""'.1 'or I' m w sVbo'i J
prlte. that b ii canst nn ll tIimioii, aud thnt
lecenllv he had Loon touched with Inmonets.
rTh,tlo.'r,'o';,,Vw.,'"'m,n "'" "U ' 11
BuT.'he.!o,V.s,.,j''.,'i,n,bept,jm,n WlU "! c"'b ' '
There Is Utile posslti.lly nf the Rronllin Rlerele rt-K
r.-s't'o'.'seVt".- '" "" ''- .l Uu.coub.
nTll". iViudiS d.?.'i't,lnlt f1"1 clrel" now Is. will
!l.du,l!,g',,,,.1t.Ae,.i':''0ua' "C0M " """ "
sj.Va--...-!'.?,ty.r- . "
I Is bonoficial in thoso wnrm
Summer months, luunitii
I your lionao from OUlt FINK
FURNITURE STOCK ami
I yon will Bfivo enoupli mone
I to tfiko ft trip to Europo or
I tho mountains. Our uotninnl
I expenses for our fino facilities
enable us to soil our poods
I '30 or 40 per cent, lower in
prico than " doalors " that ii.iv
B ?40,000 or $50,000 per year in
H rent, or "othors" whoivo il
Her 3 years' credit, l'aitii-,
jfl furnishing Houses, Flats, or
g! Rooms should pet our esti
H mate and sue if wo arc not
H right. Ono prico only.
I Manufacturers of and Jobbers In
Furniture, Bedding, Folding
Beds, Ccr;etl,igs, &,c.
I MYRTLE AV. AND BRIDGE ST..
I BROOKLYN, N. Y.
at SPIN ON THE VAMOOSE.
fVhat Old Salta Nay About the Ability f
Mr. llearsl's Yaebi.
W. R ricarst's fast steam yacht Vamoou
took a spin down tbe bar yesterday. She cant
upfrom Tebo'syord to WestTblrty-dlihstrett,
where Mr. Honrst and his friends boarded her.
She then proaeeded easily toward Handy llrok
under 110 Dounds pressure of steam. She then
mturned to Tebo'a. JUast Monday stie raotd up
tbe river as far as West Point acainst the
Mary Powell. The Powell, boweter, was too
fa-t for ibe Herresboft t.ont.
There Ib no truth In tbe report that the Va
moose ha not ome up to the requirements ot
her contract nnd that she has not been ac
cepted by Mr. Hearst. Her contract calls lor
n speed of twenty-live knots an hour, bbe has
shown twenty-six knots, and can ko luster.
To set her to Hun Pranclser.hn' betn the
source of considerable wotrlment to Jlr.
Hearst. Old salts shake their heads very sags
lr when spoken to about the project. Thy
say she Is too llcht to stand such atrip, ssd
that at the best tbe voyage Is a very ugly one.
Ono skipper said It would le folly to make
such an attempt, especially at this season of
Th annual fall regalta ot the Larcbmout Yacht Club
will be aatld to-day on th Hound.
At Larchnont on Monday there win be a race for th
Sa-ratera. ibis Is tbe third rac ot the series.
The annual tall regatta ot th f.attarn TachtClub
will be tailed neit Tuesday, staeral of th crack
sis footer will meet Tb Volunteer 111 start lu in
Th l!arlm Club will bav a rae to day off CoUeg
Tolnt tor Class J. The entries ari J etsle. John.) ltrieai
Hhainrocl, E. ilebvoy: Jul J. Conklln. I'lralt, andf.
TT annual rsgatta of tbe New Tork Taebt Racing
Association will b sallad on Monday down the bay,
Th start win be mad at 11 o clock In tb morning
from uyittr Island Buoy,
lxagcs cniKnoMmr aasra.
Manhattan va Braoklyn, at Protpset Fart,
Staten taland va Cosmopolitan, at Livingston. 8 L
New I org vs. Kings County, at Central fart.
Harlem vs. i amdrn. at Contral rata.
Manhattan Second va. Fort Uamilloa Second, at Pros
Odd aad End ofHperls.
To ihi Bnirna or Tas Br- vir; I am authorlrsd le
tav that tlie Oeden Athletic Club will banc tin a purse
of IUiuikj for lb proposed fight btaveenJct,u L snl.
llvsnand Mavln. far at bleb a IcrfeU I notice has
been put up. They wlU guarantee that an smninthea
Ire will b in rtsdlnsss for th match, which wl I be is
very way convenient, and that will afford siertatort
very possibility of vlewlnr th contest saiiafactcrlir.
aud that there will be ro police or other Interference,
Vary truly. It. a. oursiis.
OoP"-, lur. 3
The to llng special cable wat received at the ret oa
Cairlr oir.ee ye, leidar Irotn London! There will be
no International s x-day race for lhe championihlpof
the world between John Hughes, the American cham
pion, and Lharlet Rowcll. unlets Hughe will agree to
run here Howell backer Inaistinn the race being run
atthelllympla. Ted PrllcbarJ will prohaolr arrsnrs
a match aalth Billy McCarthy, the Auetr.alli.il w,ohss
challenged him Maria has turned Douk malar nlso
far made a success at th I ork meeting t red Johnston
Is awaiting a reply from Ueoree l.lon lavltla'ld
Mitchell will not leave for New York until the blgrscluc
vents have bean decided."
f-lirsarr... Sspt. 4 I ha'rmau Boodrul of the Ama
tur Athtetle .nlon bae issued an ordsr wsrnlng a I
athletes belonging lo the Union not to tx.a part m tl e
labor Pay games at the .New Jerssy Jockey I uli
around here, under penalty of being nlsusrred an I for
falling their meml-erehlii In the association T e rraaoa
lor this edict Is the fsllnreof the gamee to te r'Cl.t-rel.
and becauae Ibev will ronflrt aallh th. se nr the Mit-n
Island Athletic Club which are to be held the eiine dsr
under th Jurisdiction of the A A L The . (isirmin
nt th Racing Hoard or the I-A li.has iikreissrs
fused to give hie consent tn the proposed trie s of a j eel
between hicycl riders and trolling horss , which wss
fartot lh programme lliisactlnn of the a. A. I snl
Ifc A. W. will throw adamper on what was Inoitel tipou
lo he th most Interesting features . f the day s spirt.
TO PURIFY CROTON WATER
AVT1IORITIF.M TO t'ONFRR OV TIIS
It la a Nice Qurstloa to Adjnat the Tea-
lellBs; Intcreata Ho aa Not to Hob Iks
Dvrellera la the ffalerahed aad Net t
Let Tbera Rob Vm or I'olann Va I.ltber.
(From N. T. Pun. Aug S. I"'t I
Tb DRINKINU WATP.n and ICE uaed at tte MrB-
KAT HILL IIUTF.L and I'LAA 1IUTI.L, .New lork,
ar vaporised and froien en the rremties and csrlHed
to as to purity by Trot Charles f . Uiand'er,
Meteor. f k 1'arnle,
Ormoode. r k Hendlco.
Olaal, nsNKtllX Vnlon,
EEFE & BHCiV.VOVy
JiovLr. X X Hover,
Muacol, k f Hatlrnlora
Vlelort L f nlubla,
HIC'Vt'I.E COMPANY, Vy "fairs.
i Mnrrug H Kliet I'li.or. B
BirVCLF, RfTV.-Hlg targalnt msi t l ''"l
tort"., aim "atnewi also tine diam nJ wht an bs I
Tt LIIMH AV t'Olt. IJI'I'I "I .
eJSlijtaFt vUUhlC .
ilI.lllTi:i.S IB. iS tVOK.Hri.
Sandworma IDe. dos.i white or Wool worms 5
dor , Hie pobsons for frssli waier bass c do snsl
der crabs at Ion a.t market fruea.
NUN II HTAllp j'u 6.l'l.r. ' ' l
rnici:, ii.i.vhtratkii i i-lt t
or ri.Ni: fihiung tai ki.u.
ly low prleet fr tlae good attonlslt over, "sir
j y MAK-n t
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