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I ONLY A FEW JIOltE' GAMES,
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JFOrt TJIK BEA80X.
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m The It 41ame Will be Played la the Amer.
H leas Aaolatlen To-day-atesnlta efT.
M terday Coateete The Champion Beds
IMay at WnknnVm Notes.
Tho results In the Amorlcan Association yes-
H tardaywero as follows:
H (First gamo) Bt Louie, 8: Louisville. 0.
H (Bocond gamo) Louisville, 4; Rt Louis. 3.
m Milwaukee. 8; Columbus, 4.
M THJC BEOOnD.
H Boston l ! H I' It II I n
H ft LulS 16 .. IU II II II U M
H Athlctle IU ;. 10 43 It unrt
! psitlmnr 2 7 .. to II II lit
, Mllw.uk 7 7 A.. IJIOIJM
W tolnmbne I I i 1 7 .. 11 lllsi
loiiviii 2 lo .8 id a.. io u
m wsthlngton i I ll I I 1 10 a
H omwiott iM55n?MM7r
H it. wins, 8 locitntia. O(nasvoim).
B r.I.oms. Oct. 4. The Browns and Louisville closed
Hit seeson her to-day by playing two games. Attend
B ancs,oQO. The scores:
l st.ioots. I unnnu,
Hi a. l r.o. a. . .l.r.o.A.a.
V Br.e.f. 1 9J2 JJS.t o o a o o
B Rifttr.p ...... I ? o wvr,o.f...o o o i o
, fcrortr.r.f-.l 3 l J oiTaylnr. ltb..o oil o o
g-NellU I....O 110 0 Jrnnlnts. e. s.O o 3 n 1
, J5emiiy,ib.o 9 5 SlTn't.'-'iVi-o o a o o
sfte,s.lb....l 14 1 0 kuehne, M b.,0 O 1 1 l
Esntb....l 114 o Khlnnlck,3db.o o l 4 o
Knur"!. e.,.,3 17 1 O.Oahlll. o o o a O O
lnlUnil'n, p.O OlO 0.Shellhass,e..O 0410
' w. is -757-5 Dl"""-""1 1 2
I touu.;.o 037 is a
m.umn a 1 o o o 1 a a o-a
eulivllle .0 0000000 0-0
gamed runs-fit. Louis, 3. Two-haw hlt-O'.Selll.
(loltn bases-Fuller. O'itelll. noyle. First biu on balls
Oij Breltensleln. 1; on Maaliln. a. lilt by pitched
an-llor. Htrnck ont-rnHrr. McUarty. Xagan, Brclten
sin. Taylor Wolf (3). rawed balls-Ckhlll, 8; SIk.11
Itue, 1. Wild pitches Xsakln, 3. Tlrae 2 hours,
losmviu-e, 4: it. toots. 8 (sicoxn sin).
umsmur. t. ions.
R.1B.P.OA.B. K. 1K.PO l.X.
Cltn.Lf 1 110 oitoT.r.f 1 1011
Wurer.e 1 0 6 11 riilltr. a. 0 1 1 .1 o
Trlor. lib..O 112 1 1 McCarty.r f..,..o 0 1 o o
Jtunlnn, . io 1 1 A oo'N'll.l. f o 1000
Wolf. r. f. O 1 I o o (NimUkey. lb .1 111 o o
Knibne, Urtb.O o 3 3 1 Boyle. 8b 1 11 1 4 o
ihlnnlck. Jdb.l o o 3 1 Kmn. 3lb....o o r, 1 (i
Cblll. c. f.....O 3 11 OMutlTlin.c O 3 3 10
nutrl4, p.l Oil 0.JICUW.P 0 0030
ToUU 4 MU i ToUll ."a 73114 T
It. Lonlt 0 10 110 0 0-3
LoullYlltt 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 ..4
EareM ran Rt. Iuli. Two-bat hit Wolf. Stolen
baica Ooialakoy. Cllno. Weaver. Kltetrerald. Doable
Slay Taylor and FltuerakL rlrt bane on ball Off
colli. (!: off 1tweral4. 4. lilt by pitched ball-Mc-Carty.
Strack ouC-llr McQIU, 1; by Htijerald. 3.
Time 1:14. Umpire Dolan.
aiLwivnx, 8; roinici. 4.
Mawinm. Oct. 4. Mlliraakee cloeed the Mion to-
4ay by defeating Colnmbue. The weather was bitterly
aofd, and onl aboat 800 ipectators attended. Tba
mwAuxra. I counrxui.
a.l.ro.a.K ,t,.l.F.O. a. a.
Borke. r.f.....l 112 0 rrooka 3db..l 14 10
Bhooh. :.... .1 13 2 O O Iloarke.M b.l 8 It 8 o
Canaran.2db3 O 1 B o Duffee.e. s o 1 3 3 O
rttlt.Mb..,.2 1 11 3 1 Twltrhell, 1. f .0 1 1 u o
leUher, r. f...o 10 0 o Lmnee. c O 18 3 1
Carney. lit b..o II. 1 11 lhane, lit b.O OlO 1 1
Van-hn, I. f...l 2 2 0 0 Kantiin. c.f....2 3 3 O o
Orlm. o 1 3 0 1 o Knell.p.Ar.f.0 1 1 u o
Uufbe-, p... O O O 5 0 Lelper.r.f.apO 3 1 o o
Total-. .1 Hilio T TolaU .41337 i3 "a
' 1 Mllwaakee 1 O O o 2 O 1 8 1-8
Colnmbui 0 0 0 0 10 0 3 14
Earned rone Milwaukee. 3; I'olnrabui. 3, Two-baaa
bite hoen, Urlm. Daltee. Kaiton. stolen baica Bnrke.
fihoch. Carney, tooke. O'Rourke. Double play Burka
and earner. Pint ba-e on ImIU Mboch (2), t'anaran
in), lvttltd). Carney. Twlti bell, lilt by pitched ball
ibocb. Mtruck out Letcber, llne-hey, Duffee, Dowae,
Lehaoe, Knell, railed batla (trim. 1; Dowae. 3. Wild
attch-XneU. Tlme-l:U. Umpire McLauthlln.
Tfca Aaaeclatlon Caua-aatleaa rimy att
The raanattr- of the Monitor baaeball gronnai at Wea
aawken could nndonbtedly add to the attractlreneia of
tbat retort by prorldinc as Inclined railway or balloons
by meant of which rliltort could be conveyed to tb
top of the mountain on which the diamond U laid oat.
Cnder the pretent plan of permlttUlK patrons to climb
the rocky and perilous aacent, ona Is so oat of breath
when tut top Is reached that shouting for the players
Is out ct the queitlon. Notwlthttandtiic this drawback
about 2.000 pertont clambered np the hill yesterday
afternoon to tee the Bostons, champions of the Ameri
can Association, and tho Baltlmores play balL
The Bottom were early on the grounds, and sat In a
group on ths grastwaltlng for the Baltlmores to appear
upon the scene. The Von der Uorst team had tnls-ed a
train and did not arrlrs until nearly 5 o'clock. Mean-
h ,. while the crowd expretted Its Ttewa Tory emphatically.
' dnlged In a little light practice for the purpose of keep
ing the crowd quiet. Big Dan mouthers, the
j tchrr-iUyer of irapptnger'a yalla. and Uardle
S,fft"d",n. J dynamlo batsmaa of Utlca.
dlrlded the honors. When at Uit the Baltlmores
slrsnled In they were ronndly hissed. A groTO of trees
forms the outneld of Monitor Park and a hit Into the
grove counted for two bases. Owing to the character
of the grojnds it was Impossible to aire a telenttne ex
hibition of base ball and the players did as well as could
beeipeeted. The Baltlmores wore lucky In knocking
flies Into the surrounding trees and rolled up run In
Sice style. On the other hand, (early all the Bostons' ,
Its were on the ground.
. At the oonclnslon of Ore innings It was too dark for
further play. The score:
n.la.r.0.1. a.li. r.o.l.u.
Brown, e.f.,.,1 1111 Welch. 3d b....l 13 10
Dulry.r.f O 3 10 O Vanllalt'n.lf..l 1110
? mothers, 1 b.O o 7 O O Werden. 1st b.O o 7 o o
amll. 3d b..l 3 0 2 1 Johnson, e.f.,3 1 1 o 1
Btrirker. 3d b.O O 3 3 1 Gilbert. 3d b..3 3 O 3 o
Itlchard'n, s. s.l 111 O McDraw. r,f..l 1300
ButSnton. 1. f .JO 0 10 O Townsend, c.,1 110 3
Murphy, 0 0 1 a 1 1 Wal.h, s.s...:.3 3 14 1
O'Brien, p o 0 0 3 O Madden, p o 3 o O O
Totals A 716 0 4 Totals io ilia "5 1
Boston- 1 00308
Baltimore 4 16 0 010
Earned runs Boston.3; Baltimore. 4. Two-base hits
Irown, Rlcbsrdion, Welch, Gilbert (I). Towniend.
Wtlth. Stolen bases-DuSy. McGraw, Double plays
fJcbardson, Strieker, and Hrouthers; ran llaltren and
tterden. Left on bases Boiton. 4; Baltlniore, 3. Bass
n Ulla-oa Madden. 1. Wild pltcb-O'Brlen. raued
tau-Marphy. I'mplrea-Orr and Uopklnt. Time 1:30.
,,' I 7 M Mtl it 11 u -7
PblUi olpliU. 7 10 10.. 10 II II 11 S3
E1'"'""! J t I oio.. IS 11 14
BnUyn M Hill., lilt
Cincinnati ! 1 1 I mi lull
rttlihorilb S 4 II 8 C 10 10 .. U
Garnet loit M 5 JTw 74 7 Bl BO T7
roiioss, 11; oarurourr Aratnte, 3.
m?, l?JMn- witnessed a poorly-played a
is Imt ItUnd groands yesterday. Tb score 1
rcitox. oaf uroiitT iriuno.
... a.lsro.i.E. a,lsr.o.A.a.
tOXZ SA-'l 1 2 - 3 MnlhanL 0....0 1 3 8 8
Derry2db...3 3 8 3 o ravati'sh.lb-lfl 3 4 8 o
iiIHf..Sf'"! a 4 o 1 n HkelTy.lstbl 1 u 8 8
!S.r:5,ib;vJ ? 4 1 1 irgham. l.f.-2bo 3 o o o
n,1n.lbl 1 11 n 0 J.keUy.s.s..O o 1 8 1
""-. -...,1 14 2 1 Myers. 3d b....O 14 10
" 'y.P .....J 3 O 3 oi'arr. c.f O o 1 O a
1' Wll'on.r.f.l 3 0 0 O Thorpe, r.f..,.0 1110
T.WUu. LOa 1 0 o OUlarkVp 1.0 0 3 6 0
to' 1116 24 tt 6 Totals. !3 837 0
'"'""l... 3 0 0 3 4 0 0 811
ureenpolnt Athletic O 0 0 0 0 0 0 33
aEI?i?.n".,'uJt0,! ,rr, bM br rrors-Fulton,
Lit'i'V-E01.:!- un on bases-Zolton. H; Green-
?itl1Jrr"'A ' Wilson. Carr (2), Clark (1). Thorpe.
1 n?." JiV-TVM tV,0-!" hllo-Thorpj. llelser. $&
M n it.nl"' e'ut- ",M". Brennan. "itolen bases-
sal SSfSXXS!!'.!?- xI".?n-. Doubt- plays-8uur, Derry
Mi !S5rirrin-S ."rti W.VUy and Caranaghi Myers
v?if.i ir.'A! cIJ.- -i'in' "-" "" T PlrS-y-tsr.
J nlld pitches t'lark, r: Gerritr. 1, raued halls Con'
, non. 3. Umplre-DalleyT Tlmeii:8ir oaus-t-on-
'. bORBiMi, 13; cnauUBTS,4.
at nV" tT0 lMaI olored clubs played a game at Becrea-
tlouronndsyettsrdsy. The scorei " "
Goauivs. crsig Olilm.
?Wv'!!!.,,n-'-b.5 ai""" o rolllns. 3d bXaVfa
m IsmH -1 '. 1 i ? 8 - "yd.Mb. .0 1661
n j.i"-'-t-,r2 1 1 1 Barton, c O OHIO
SiAKSl-'lkS ? 3 OHell.l.f..: .:.3 IOOI
ErHii-'011'0-'0 1 2 a 2 i,ie.cfr.f.o o o o a
M IXU'L'-w-JL 9 1 O Nelson, n.?.... 3 O 1 4 3
ahS'i'e";'? S ? i ojh'mb'1'ln.lb.o 0012
' r,.?n;H-.cJ S J 9 9 pgiaa.rJ,eX.o 3300
H 'return, r.f3 2 JL 1 1 Darlt, s.b.,,,.0 O 1 S O
B To'1' 10143714 1 TotaU. J 4 34 IO 10
BBH Oorbsai ,0 0 4 3 14 0 3 18
CsUn OUnti.V..........,..0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 "tC 4
esai tR rons-porhams. 81 Cuban Olacll, 0. First
, ht!!.b',o,rT?'-',rhams. j Cuban tJlanta 1, left on
laawlu Ktn.-aiLn-ma- : Cuban OlanU, 8. rTrai base on
-In JalU-os Storey. 8. Struck out 0. Jackson. Ualana.
H li.'. H,nruns-8eldon (ft), O.Jackson (2). Kacridce
ha2T'.-4T,SB,llWool,,l J.i . ChamberUlnTstolen
sal rS,Tl?rrtU' ?, "V"-. Barton. Bell (8), Nelson (2).
rf-i1.,1,-y-ellt0Ind.WIllUms; 0. Williams and
H ?i'i,SUiIm,n,! DSrl". Brd. and rhamberlalr!r Wild
H iiuno nunc osotuoi.
22!f',"'IP Brother 13 0 8 6 O-20
, usriia i-audo 4 8 18 0-11
H Baaeball Notea.
ds'?!P,eX"'-nA,"0f1-,l.nn.,",l, lndnplts season to-
"0 MWathfigtin. ,c"e"",d' Washington v.. Haiti.
I Isle" '1011.'? Sli,hlbli,on W tot -1" tw Vorks
H WedaeidK" 'i'Jfr' I0'"!-": Tuesday, Saugatuck;
lh"V'i4S',0V.Tlb- rtmouth freshmen won
H VtrebaJluHl.,,V,,.,,Ia !? "Phomores In the class
JrVtii ffS,.,StVa,i' "noon by a score of 20 to
kaa w.i . I.'. 1".'. '"-nman team for sight years that
H won MMMball game from tb sophomorei
WHAT T1US ATHXXTKS DID TXSTKBDAT.
" Brooklyn A. C. Oamea. '
Th' Brooklyn Athlete ,CIub wound up their rat-door
season yesterday with members' gam at their
grounds. Maspetti. L. I, The erente follow;
Onc-hundred-yard Dash First htsti Wen by 1, T.
Flt-gerald. halt a yard. 'Second beat: Won by B.K.
Desmond, 4 yards. Third best: Won by( W. Cotter. 4
yards. ' Fourth heat: Won by. r. Krlel.8 yard, final
heat: Won by J. T. ritwerald. W. Cotter second. B.K.
Desmond third. Time, ll 1-3 seconds.
Two-hnndreil and twentj -yard Run Won by J, T.
Fiuterald. scratch: w, ('otter, lo yards, aeoondt 1.
Ilutset, IS yards, third. Time. 26 seconds.
rnur-hiinilred and forty-yard Bnn Won by W.Cottsr.
10 yards; J.T. ntersfJ. 12 yards, second! B. Wsst
raok, 12 yardi. third. .. .,-
Two-hundred-snd twenty-yard Hurdle Won by E. E.
Desmond. 10 yards; U. Kip. 1 yards, second! B.Wsst
rack. IK yards, thlnl. Time, 34fecnndsi-
KIht-Kundrednnd-elhty-yard Run-Won by RE.
Deshinnjl. scratch 1 J. Rock. 30 yards, second; K rrlsl,
30 yards, thlnl. Time, 2 minutes 30 seconds.
One-mil Run-Won bjr r. Itock, scratch 1 J, rjogbss,
BO yards, second. Time. 9 minutes n 1-6 seconds.
Half-mile Walk-tt on by 5. R. (Juald. scratch: OV Kip.
80 seconds, second: J. Hughes. 26 ssconds, third. Time,
4 minutes 4 2-T, seconds.
Ths points for ths first three men Inth series were
J.T.ntscersM. 76,ndward B. Desmond, i William
'Cotter, no. .The three winners wlU rolr raloabl
(Old, stiver, and bronsa medals.
Til rwtlBseB Iat tSsuatCw,
Tb lsit set of members' games cf tb rastlm Ath
letic Club took pise yssterday afternoon on ths dab'
ground!. Bait Blrer and 66th street There was a Urga
crowd present. The results wer:'
Two hundred and seventy-yard Bon, Handicap final
heat won byJ. F. Rlnn. 7yard: T.-H, Williamson, 13
vanls. second! C. J. McCartt. 3 yards, third. Tim.
Kire-stTths'nf a mile WaUc. Handicap Won by Oeorge
Jacobs, 40 seconds: frsnk. Kills, second. 8 eondsX
Uebgold. thlnl. Time. 0 minutes nil 1-8 seconds.
Threr-lsp medley, 176 yards hnrdle, 160 yard walk,
and 1R0 rants sprint, run In Are heats final heat won
by O.J. Mci'artle, P. J. MoVahon second. J. T. Duggan
third. Time. 1 minute 20 1-6 seconds. .....
Three Dtandlng Jumps, 'Handicap Won by I. Stein
berr. J foot 3 Inches, distance 30 feetWInon: Oeorge
nofner, 1 root 11 Inches, distance 3tf feet 7 Inches; Ti.
Freeberr, 1 Inch. 31) feet 6 Inches.
Seven hundred -and -thirty three-and-one-thlrd-yards
Rnn, Ilsndlfsp Won by II. B. Johnson, 18 yards: J,
Wolf. 40 yanla, second: (I. Blackmsn, lSysrtls, third.
Time. 1 roinnte 44 2-S seoands.
Gne-and-one-slTth-tnlle Bun, Handicap Won by W. O.
Madxc 25 ysnls; (I. Hollander, scratch, seconds H.
Blutnrntbal. US yards, third. Time, 6 minute 63 1-6
There were boxing bouts between J. Amsdorfsr and
Joe lowemteln, Kid Hasan and Jack McDennott of the
National Athletic Ctnh, Joe llamnn and Owen llearney.
Wrestling hontt between Mike llrler and Max Limber.
An exnlliltlnn quarter-mile wait by little Charlj
Hangles, Jr., was done In 2 minutes 30 1-6 second.
For the George A. Bnrrell Dlaaseasl Medial,
The contests for the George A. nnrrell diamond medal
among the athletes of the-WIIUamshurgh Athlatlo Asso
ciation yesterday resulted as follows:
One-hundred-yard Run, Handicap Final hsat won by
Staeblen. with Pereretly second and W. Klrkwood third.
Time. 11 aeconds.
Tutting the 1(1-pound Shot, nandlcsp Won by narry
ailllland. with an actnal put of 38 feet 8 Inches: Arthur
Wood, second, with 27 feet 10 Inches, and J. Brown
was third, with 37 feet M inches.
One-mile Walk, Handicap Won by Joseph Clay,
cratch, with Thomas F. Chaser. S3 yard, second, and
George Hartacner. 36 yards, third. Time, 8 minutes
23 2-6 seconds.
Two-hnndred-and-twentr-yard Run. nandlrap Won
by Frederick Staehten, 16 yards; C. Hudson, 26 yards,
sernud: J, Brown, 26 yards, third. Time, 34 4-6 sec
onds. Running nigh Jump. Handicap Won by William
Kelly, with an actual lean of 6 feet 1 Inch: Harry aim
land, second, with 4 feet 'UK Inches; T. Lynch, third,
with 4 feet H inches.
Three-qnartcre-of-a.mil Run Won by T. Lynch. 23
Jards; Samuel Walters, scratch, second; TeterBoylan.
6 yards, third, Tims, 3 minutes 43 3-8 second.
Star Athletes on View.
A series of very clever competitions on trsek and
ring, wa held by the Star Athletic Ctnb yesterday at
their groands In Long Island City. The summaries are:
One-hundred-yard Dash Final heat, won by Heaton,
with McKlnnery second. TlmelO 3-0 seconds.
Exhibition Seventy-tlre-yard Run By Thomas J. Lee,
Kew York A. :.. who covered the ground in the fast
time ttf H seconds.
Three-hnndred-yard Rnn. Handicap Won by J. J,
Rooney. 40 ) arde.wltn J. O'Orady. 28 yards, second,and
Joseph Mason, 38 yards, third. Time, 33 seconds.
Half-mile Run, Handicap-Won by (I. Williamson.
66 yards, with . McGlnntt. 40 yards, second, and J.
M. rlauulgan, 23 yards, third. Time, 3 minute 4 sec
onds. Running Brosd Jump. Handicap Won by T. Denouley,
3M Inches, with 23 feet 4 Inches: J.J. Connery. scratch,
was second, with 30 feet 4 Inches; J. J. Rooney, 2
Inches, waa third, with 2Ufeit.
Exhibition Shot rutting By J. Barrett, Xa Tier A. A,
who sent the sixteen-pound mlsille 43 feet 6 Inches.
One-mile Run. Handicap Won by M.J. Flaherty. 180
Jards.- with u. McGtnnla. 146 yards, second, and Garrett
, FlUgtrald, scratch, third. Time, 4 minutes 63
Exhibition Quarter-mile Run By Oeorg J. Bradlsh,
Kew York A. C. Time. 81 3-6 seconds.
The athletic section of tho Geelio Society enjoyed
their regular monthly handicap sthletlo competition
at tb outing plant of the society, Tslltln. Woodside,
L. I, yesterday afternoon.' The results:
One-hundred-yard Dash Handicap Won by J. Mc
Carthy, scratch, with R. C. Foley. 8 yards, second, and
M. J. Murphy. 3 yard, third. lime. 11 seconds.
Throwing the Flfty-slx-pound Weight, Handicap
Won by J. McCarthy, scratch, with 26 feet 4 Inches; J.
Keough, 3 inches, was next, with 33 feet, and P.
Reynolds. 3 Inohes. was third, with 31 feet 1 inch.
Running High Jump. Scratch Won by r. McCarthy
at 6 feet 4 inches. R. C. Foley was second with 8 feet
Throwing the 13-pound Hammer. Scratch Won by P.
McUrath with 126 feet 10 Inches; M. J. Murphy waa
second with 122 feet, and R. C. Foley wa third with
lot feet 8 Inches.
. Rsnnlng Broad Jump, Bcrateh Won by J. McCarthy
ltb IW feet II Inches; R. C. Foley waa aecond with IB
feata inches, and 1'. McGrath was third with IB feet 7
0e-Jialf Mile Run-Won by J. F. Hurley, with M. J.
Murphy second. Time, 2 minutes 31 1-6 second.
, 1 Malcolm Ford Terr "Weak.
if sleolm W. Ford, the ex-champion athlete, who ha
been confined at hi home, 07 Clark street, Brooklyn,
with a levere attack of typhoid fever for the past two
weeks, was unlmprored yesterdsy.
It was Isarned at hta residence last evening that h
wa In a rery weak condition and unable to reoognlre
anyone. He takes but little nourlshmsnt. Helsundsr
the constant attendance of bis family, two trained
nurses, and his nhyslclsn, Dr. Gordon. A favorable
change Is looked for In a day or so.
Seasranbaka Boat Clab Baeea.
Th annual fall regatta of the Seawanhaka Boat Club
wa held yestsrday over the club course, extending
from the foot of South Tenth street, Brooklyn, toward
a stakeboat off the Cob dock It the Navy Yard, making
a route one mile In extent, with a turn, thns giving two
ttretches. Daniel Melody was starter and referee, John
Hoerls judge at theflnlsh, and Walter E. Hough held
the watch aa timekeeper. The results follow:
One-hundred-yard Swimming Race Won byAdolph
Rave, with Harry Ranken second and J, W, O'Connor
third. Time. 1 minute 2D 4-6 seconds.
Tub Race, distance about 20o yards Won by Charles
A. Weekes. with Robert If. 1'ettnn second, and Coun
ssllor C. F. Kinsley third. Time. 3 minutes 43 seconds.
Six Oared Barge Rare First heat, won by Crew No. 1,
consisting of UeorKe Mayer, bow; Thomas Fltxpatrlok,
2; R. O, Campion. U; John E. Teed. 4; Oscar Knap, 6!
R. Goldsmith, stroke: Dr. H. C. Blalsdell, coxswain.
Crew No. 2. consisting of John Garcia, bow; n. T.
Washburn, 2; 11. B. Ranken. 8: J. W. O'Connor. 4: A.
R. Ilutton, 6; Joseph Tnttsnttroke, and W, F. Matblaa.
coxswain, were second.
Second beat won by Crew No. 8. consisting of A. P.
Uurkens. bow; Habart Ahrens, 2; Lonls Rosenthal. 3;
Robert u. Fellon, 4: Howard B. Heydon.6: Edward M.
Grimes, stroke, and K. (. Rlalsdell. coxswain, with
Crew No, 4, consisting of M. Alvarss, bow; Joseph V.
Clarke. 2: David Kennedy, 8: Charts A. Weekes, 4; A.
C. Vossler, 6; Adolph'Rave. stroke, and W. F. Mathlae,
coxswain, wa aecond.
As Blalsdell coxswained both heat he tossed up for
the pick of the two winning crews and won, taking th
Crew No. 3. The final heat of the race, which wa then
"for blood," started, and waa won after a good race by
Blalsdell'a men, with Mathlas's Crew No. 2, second.
Time, 7 minute 26 seconds.
Ktckhaasa Too Mack tor tho Easaaetta.
When the Farley Emmelt'e of Jersey City faced th
Xickham football team of Harlem yesterday afternoon,
at Erattlha, the weather wa much cooler than It bad
been earlier In the day, when the Irish-American and
the Star of Krln played, Referee T. Lonergsn put th
ball In play at 4:30 o'clock.' Th Klckhsras started In
to work for gol right away, and from th beginning
ofibegstneto th end they played brilliantly. Th
Bmmetts did not cover enough of th field, lint mused
tosether so much that when the ball wa kicked beyond
the scrlmmsge line a Kickhatn player ususlly had the
whole fleld to himself. Mike Kelly of the Bmmett
played a strong game, bis dribbling being a feature,
Hlggtns also blocked, batted, and kicked well,
and O'llay at goal dessrve much credit. Time
and again he kept the powerful Klckbams
from securing goals. At the end of the first halt the
Kickhams bad 4 goals and 6 iwlntaito 1 point forth
Kmiuetts. In the second half the Jerseylfes. although
kept continually playing on ths defensive, braced up
and wade some neat plays. Ths final score was Kick
hams, 6 goals, 11 points; Kmmetts, 1 point. Th tesms
Farley Emmettt-O'Har, goal: Cshlll and Connelly,
points;! Thornton and Walsh, half backs; Roberts,
Quarter back; B. Kelly, Scully, and Daly, rushers; J,
Tierney and O'Connor, forwards; T. Tlerney and M,
Kelly, advance forwards; Lynch, right wing; Ulggina,
Klckhsins Rreen. gosl: Uheeban and Hurley, points:
T. Savage and T. Foy, halt backs: p. Connolly, quarter
back! rowers. J. casliln, and J. Toomey, rushers; J.
McUonlln and J. Meagher, forwards: J. O'Brien and
Cammings. advance forwards; Uoriran, right wing;
Orogain, left wing.
The Htara of Erta Were Klekea All Aboat,
Th opening game forth football championship of
the Gaelic Athletlo Association took placo before a fair
lied crowd at the ground of th Irish-American A. C.
at Erastln. yesterday afternoon. The Irish-American
of this city llnsd np against th Btsrs of 'Erin, who
halt from Hastlngs-on-tue-Uodson." Tb, latter were
clearly outplayed from tho start. .They are a newly
formed club, and bare not yet steadied down to team
work. In tho tint halt Welsh. Cotter, and. Kennedy
made a goal apiece for the Uuthamites. and the two
latter made each four points, and AagUn one point.
The Hastings boys failed to score. In the second bslf
J. flrndlcy secured a goal and four points. Antin
kicked a goal and scored two polntsi Keefe made four
Klnts. and I'rnnln four. Capt. Corklin. Crolty.
ancts. and Ftnnerty worked hard for the Stars, but
to no purpose. The nnsl score was: Irish-Americans,
6 goals 2.1 points; Stars of Erin, O. The teams were:
Irlsh-Amsrlrans-Dee. goal; Kennedy nd Kesfe,
points: Bsnnon and Lcnahan, halt barks; Bradlsy,
uuarter back: Anslln, Walili. and Cotter, rushers!
Filsglbnons and CollsgUan, forwards; ('renin aud. M.
Daly, adrauce forwards; Traoy, right wing; Lacy, Istt
Blars of Erin Butler, goal: Ready and Clsary. point!
Cocklln and Orotty. half backs; Puggaa, quartsr backl
F. Kerll and M. stent rusheri: WaUb and Bran, for
wards; Morris and Sullivan, advane f orwardsf Tntrn.
ton, right wlagi flnnsrty.Uft wing.
LORD HA WKE, WEGREET YOU
BtaUHtt CniCKJETJOtS JIKADT TO
ATTACK TUB JfBTT TOBKBBS.
StxtMB Mea to Battle Agalaet the Tlattors,
aat Boas of t Best CrlekeUra ITera
VaaMe to Play-Tha earaeaaas in Spleaaid
Ortler, ana at Fta Wleket la ABwai-eC
After a most enjoyabts Urns in Philadelphia,
Lord Hrtwke'B tonm of English crlcketors will
mako their bow to a Now York audience to
day. At tliolr special request the stame which
was to be played with ths Boston Athletlo
AssoclaUon on Friday and Saturday has
boon put off to tho first three days of next
woek. and tho arranrcemont will afford the visi
tors an opportunity of playing the Baltimore
flfteon on Oct 0 and 10.
The following slfteon players hare been se
lected to represent Mow York by the Motro
polKan League: R. O. Darlos. capUln: P.J.
Frendergastand Tyorsof tho Manhattan Club.
0. 3. Annand of Staten Island, J. Hose and 0.
H. Ellis of the Kew Jersey A. 0., A. Brown and
A. a Burrantot tho Brooklyn Club. J. E. Bob-
Tb pleasant flavor, gontls action, and soothing sffeots
of Syrup of Fig when In need of a laxative, and If the
rather or mother b costlr or bilious tb most grkllfy.
Tided, refreshment font have been erooted,
rind It In nottMl wlth.satlRfactlon thnftlie
Staten. Island Club In uoinp: ororythlng In Its
power to help the Lenftuo nnd nmko tho Knmp
a biff success, riay will start cneh day nt 11
o clock, and boats will run ovory half, hour
from the Uattory to Ht Ooorije. whore trains
will bo In waiting to finish the Journey to Liv
ingston, Owing to the early darkness stumps
will bo drawn at 5 o'clock, and as many spe
cials as necessary Will carry tho crowd back to
..Baltimore will be the next elty to wjtnoss tho
English exponent!) of tho game, and here they,
should have tho oaslest work of tho tour. Tho
flfteon players to represent BnlUmoro have
been ohoson as .follows: Tunstnll Hmlth. J.
E. Carey, John Glenn, Jr.. John M. Steele. II.
M. Brown. II. M. Dnnlson. B. T. Steele. Howard
Itldgoly, L. K. Malllnckrndt. Howartl Cole. II.
M. Thomas. J. Q. Wright. 8. M. Lipplnoott, F.
E. Pcgramand. and Sponcor Oldham. But few
of tho playors are known outside their own
city. They aro to bo admired, however, for'
their pluck, end their offortB In behalf of tho
gamointhn Southern clty.nro mcotlng with
suoooss. From the tow clubs in their olty.
they lack match practice, and their easy do
feat by tho Phlladolphlans In tho first Uo of tho
Inter-City Loaguo series should show how
small are their ohanoes for victory. .. ,
Boston will then be. visited by the English
men, and so confident In their ability are the
.willow wielders of tho Hub that they will play
cloven men against the Brltlshors. and all nave
B. M. J. Wood. O.W. Hiuvix. K-McAlto. O. W. Eicxstt. stsa. H. Mnxxs.
Loan Taaontrr. H.T. Hswsn. LoasHawxa, O.W.Wtucurr.
J. D. J. nosjtisv. O. Wairoao-Bsowa.
TUB EN0XJ8B CBICrXaTTERS,
erta of the Fort Hamilton Club, H. Mauley and
E. 8nolgroveot the Kings County Club, 8. W.
Blchardson and E. H. Moernn of the Berkeloy
Club, J. W. Smallwood and Mattock of Pntor
son. and D.-A. Lindsay of Harlem. Tho latter,
however, found at the last moment that he
could not play, and the vacancy has not yet
Tho team is not a strong one, or the best
Now York could do, for business and other ar
rangements havo prevented sevoral of tho
best players in the oity from taking part The
absenco of J. L. Pool and S. H. Barton of tho
Btaten Island Club is to be regretted, while M. R.
Cobb Is in Europo and H. E. Jackson also out
of tho city. The team will make a good fight,
however. For batting talent J. Bose, B. O.
Davles, Trcrs, J. E. Roberts. A. Brown, and J.
W. Smallwood should bo rolled upon to make
runs. Among tho bowlers those from whom
the best work is to be expooted are OL H. Ellis.
Tyers. Mattock, and possibly A. Brown and 8.
W. Richardson. The bowling Is, considering
tho great strength of the opposing eleven, the
weakest spot on the team.
Every arrangement has been made for the
comfort of the spectators at Livingston. In
creased seating aooommodatlon has been pro-
BJtooKLTS coESsaaar object.
They Will Play the Maahattaae trader the
Smaae Terass aa Before.
It can truthfully be said that there is a
greatly inoreasod interest in chess. The pub
llo have been drawn toward the experts of the
game. The publicity given to the two games
playod by cable between William Btolnltz in
New York and Mr. Tschlgorin in St
Petersburg cannot be estimated. The moves
as they appeared were printed in The
Sum with . diagrams that would attract
the eyes of non-players as well as oxperta. Tho
match between Btolnltz and Qunsberg was the
cause of muoh commont that could not bo loss
than favorablo in increasing the ranks of choss
players. The following remarks were made
by Dr. Broughton, Jr.. Secretary of tho Brook
lyn C. a. in his report read to the membors of
the club on Saturday evening:
This prosperity of chess Is nowhere more happtly re
flected thaa In the Brooklyn Chess Clab. The reports
laid before the club and unanimously adopted at the
annual meeting show an Increase of membership, a sur
plus In the treasury, and last, but not least, an ardent
enthusiasm foe the promotion of the noble pastime.
The success achlsred by members of the club on dif
ferent occasions during the past year, the good show
ing made by them against different experts In simulta
neous performances, baa arouaed a desire to compar
the strength of the clab against other chess societies,
A challenge from the City Club to play a
team match in January next was readily ac
cepted, but the sentimont of the club was to go
for hlghor game. Two yeors ago the Brooklyn
Chess Club succumbed to the Manhattan
Chess Club in a team match, twelve Players a
side, by a score of OX to 17X. The Brooklyn
ites bellove thomselves entitled to a return
match, exactly under the same conditions aa
the flrst ono ployed. The Manhattans, how
ever, declined to play unless the number of
playors should be Inoreasod to at least fifteen
a side. This brought forth, an animated dis
cussion, and finally tho following resolution
n-lrffu. The last team match between th Brooklyn
and Manhattan Chess Clubs was played between teams
of twelve player a side, which match wa decislvsly
won by the Manhattan Chess Club: and
rTAereu. The Brooklyn Chess Club baa again chal
lenged the Manhattan Chess Club to a tsam matoa with
ths same number of players as before; and
trrta, The Tournament Committee of the Manhat
tan Chess Clab hss dsmsndsd an Increase of Bfteen
players In each team for a second, or rturn match, a
a condition of this return match: and
rraerau. It la reported that the said committee Insist
upon an Increase In th sis of the team tor tsar the
Brooklyn Chess Clab might win It th team wsrs not
enlarged: now therefore
Bu&iii. That the Brooklyn Chsss Club, aa th pre
viously beaten club. Insist upon playing with th am
number of players as before. .....
ftoaefr. That any attsmpt to Increase the number of
players over the number of the previous team, meet
onr decided objection and a an invasion ot our right to
fair play In th matter of a second match.
The club subsequently reflected the follow
ing officers: President Charles A. Gllberg;
Secretary. Dr. L. D. Broughton. Jr.: Treasurer,
William Duval. The other officers are: First
Vtee-Presldent Dr. Willlani Ottersan: Beoond
Stir Sieve Bent Assana.
Th second annual tournament of th Acorn AthlttJ
Association wlU be tartd to-nlgbt at th Criterion
Theatre. Brooklyn. On Wednssdsy evening th final
boat of the tourney will tsks place. Th entries follow:
Special Bantam-weight Class, 110 Found William
Tuokr, Heard A. C.i Edward Altord, Central A. C;
Jake Fits, Clinton A. C; Thomaa Goods, West Bid A.
O.i Mike Mulroy, Brighton A. C; T, Keefe, Clinton A. 0.)
Steve Clayton, Clinton A. C; Mike Brock, West Bide A.
C.i John Lee, Greenwood A. O.i Frank Bergen, Hamil
ton A. a.; R. U. O'Brien, Talmetto A. A.: Stephen F.
McCarthy, Hamilton A. C.i Florence Downs, Mill,
wood A. C: Eddie Doyle, Union A. (!.; John
Msrtln. Furman A. C.i Thomas Fsyton, Union A.
C.i ramus! Dloksrson and Louis Burse. Acorn A. A ;
Speclsl Weight. 126-pound Class Eugene O'Neill.
Down Town A. C; George "Chuck" Conors, Down
Town A, 0.: John McTlernan, Down Town A. O.: John J,
O'Brien, Down Town A, C.i J, Hock, West Bide A. C.f
Joseph HuorterL Wllllamsburgh A. A.; Josspb McOrath,
cTmfonA.0.: W.Orogglns, Clinton A, O.i J. J.BslUy,
Hamilton A. O.i William Ernest, Park A. C.i John J.
McOovern, Hub A, 0.1 William Frela, Acorn A. A.! Lonl
Relshrs.AcornA.A.i II. rennfngton, Hamilton A. O.i
Body Msnoney, Falmetto A. A.i John F.Clarke, Union
A. A.i John Morrow, Oriental A. 0.
Light-weight Class, IBS Found. W, Hamilton, Clin
ton A. O.i Mike Harris, Clinton A. O.I Jerry Sullivan,
Brooklyn A. O : William Burdock. Lorillard A. O.i Jo
seph Hudson. Hamilton A. C.i Jehu Hurley, Acorn A. A.;
Martin Gleason, Acorn A, A.; Charles Jackson, I'almetto
A. A.; John Nolan, Acorn A, A.
Wslter Weight. 148-pound Claao-Jam Murphy, Star
A. .: John fielaney.Btar A. U.i Jams Sullivan, Clin
ton A. !.: George J. flaggls, Hamilton A. O.i M. J, Long,
Hamilton A. C.i John Kulty, Star A. U.; James Moloney,
To-night Henry Mick, Acom A. A- vs. John Collin.
Union A. G., at 126 pounds or under.
Wednesday-Jerry Bernstt, Down Town A. C, vs.
Thomas Crsede, 01) mplau A. 0 at 116 pounds.
been selocted froni one club. The match will
bo played on the Longwood grounds on Oct
12. 13, nnd 14. The Boston team will bo
George Wright Lott Mansfield. R. Cracknel!. C
U Blxby. J. W.Dutton. Howard McNutt
T. Pettitt a Wright L. Haugliton, Gruham
Hntighton. and Chambers, professional. Tho
other clubs ot Boston do not appreciate being
loft out In tho cold. They maintain that the
match would havo been much more Interest
ing with a roprosontatlvo team of all Boston
or even all MassaohusottA, and think It sheer
audacity on tho part of tho Longwood Club
to attempt what evon tho Gormnn
towns ot rPhlladolphla did not do. Tho
team would certainly be strengthened by
tho addition of Falrburn and Comber ot Lowell,
J. Smith ot tho Mystics, and Burgess of Fall
River, while Graham Haughton, J. W. Dutton.
B. Wright and Charles Bixbv hardly dosorvo a
plaoo on such an olevnn. From Boston the
Englishmen will go West whero games will
probably bo played with tho Chicago, Detroit
and Pittsburgh clubs
Lord Hawko and his team arrived over tho
Pennsylvania Railroad at Jorsey City yester
day at OK o'clock P. M. A committee of the Met
ropolitan District Cricket League constating nt
W. H. Rutty. Henry Martin. D. A. Munro. E. W.
Badler, and Clifford G. Turner wore on hand to
Sreet his lordship, and the party were at once
ikon to tho new Imperial Hotel. In the even
ing the cricketers dined at the Manhattan
Club as tho guests of Mr. Rutty. All tho team
have nothing but praise for the generous hos-
Bltallty of Philadelphia, but at tho same time
ley havo been anxious to visit the metropolis.
PLENTY Of LITE XY TUB COVETS.
Handball Mea Becoming; Mora Active, and
the Mayiag IsaprOTes.
nandban was pretty lively In th veteran South
Brooklyn handball coart on Saturday. From general
appearance and th way In which som of th young
expert have started th eson. then 1 likely to be a
number ot matches with their rival ot th Brooklyn
Clnb. Aa a commencement. Manager John Powers told
a 8c reporter that ha would accept the challenge of
Tom Lynam, and would clinch a match whenever the
latter was ready.
What would have undoubtedly been a rattling good
contest between John Connolly and Mike Stanton
against Andy allien and Mickey Lennon was stopped
daring the second game, owing to an Injury to young
Lennon. Tho latter had been making a gallant attempt
to avoid defeat, and In running tor a ball across the
court, and close to the right wall, his right hand came
In contact with the wsU with such fores that at first it
was thought bis wrist waa broken. Fortunately It
amounted to nothing but the straining of a cord; stlil
the accident will keep him from playing for some time.
The first game was won by Connolly and Stanton by 21
One of the greatest snrnrlsss of the day was the rather
easy defeat of Bob Boles and Fste Connolly at the
hands of Dennis Rlordan and John rowers. Boles was
hardly up to bis old playing standard, while Rlordan
and Kowers put up a powerful game. The score was:
Rlordan Aid Powers 21 31 31 IP 83
Boleaand Connolly 0 11 19 2187
Bob Frott, the champion of the norseshoers' Union of
Isew York, played his first gams for several months and
appeared a little rusty. lie and Andy GlUen played
John Connolly and Mike Stanton, and the result was:
Connolly and Stanton ; 21 2143
Frost and GUlen 17 1080
Frost subsequently tackled one of the coming feath
er weights, Mike Stanton, and the latter took Bob into
camp to the tune of 21 IP and 21 IB.
Danny Lyons, formerly -the champion boat puller of
"Srraggs Hollow," Is also a handball player of consid
erable strength. He has beaten Mike nagle, and says
he can do It again. On Saturday he and Loula O'DsU
defeated Tom tilnnott and Ueorge MlUer without ever
turning a balr. The score was:
Lyons and O'Dell 31 31 3163
Bfnnot and MlUer 17 13 064
Among other games weret
M. Stanton and O. Miller 31 21 18-68
F, Miller and W, Brandenburg 18 13 2147
A. allien and M. Lennon 31 21 31 3
J. Cody and F. MlUer 11) 30 1867
at rui saoourx curs's count.
Th Brooklyn HandbaU Club hsld a lively session In
th court on Saturday. There wer any number of
matches, and ths playing waa ot ths liveliest descrip
tion. Those two old rlvsli. Robert Malcolm and Frank
Frendegsst. had anothsr set-to, and again the Scotch
man beat the Dublin lad. Two youngsters representing
the fatherland. William Schmidt anil otto Hartwlg, fell
up against two Cork lads. Josspb Daly and Edward
Kelt, aud the result waa ths downfall of Cork, Larry
Fordo and Tim Malcolm aooompllshed two good per
formances, each beating two men In clever style. The
gme of the dy, however, wa between John Malcolm
and John McBvoy against M. Roarty and James Dunne,
Jr. The latter were beaten, but scored a greater num
ber of aces than th victor. Th oore ot th game
Thorns Lyon flO point) 31 31 21 31 31106
Thorns Holmes 4 S 0 8 3 IB
Robert Malcolm , 18 14 13 4a
William Schmidt (l6 points) 31 31 31-68
W, Schmidt and O. Hartwlg 31 3143
J. Daly and K. Nell 20 16-64
Larry Fords , 21 31 31 31-84
F. Fiendegast and T. Dunne... ..,..li 17 20 1874
Robert Malcolm 21 10 31-63
Frank Frendsgut , 8 31 10 a
Jsmes Mstcolm , 31 18 21-60
J. Connors and D. Bhsa 4 31 1087
M. Cullen and Bob Frost ...21 IS 3168
r-.LewlerandJ, KeUy .14 31 2064
i, Malcolm and L. Travis 31 31 31-63
.McKvoyandJ.MeMahon 10 10 6-20
J, Malcolm and J. McBvoy 31 18 21-61
M.Roetyand J.Dunne, Jr id 21 30-67
Cpt. BlUy Ho .31 10 20-60
M.J.Loaergan , 18 31 3160
Fniupxtrais, Oct. 4 Phil Casey, thsmplon handball
R layer of th world; Major John Carmody. Dr. Philip
mllh, Cornslius Ryan, and Thomas Lynam of the
Brooklyn Handball Club were guest of the Amlly Ath
letlo Assorlstlon to-day. and the nig gun at bandbaU
were warmly welcomed. The gallery was packed.
Among some of the visitors were Dr. Keff, Mr. Potter,
and others of the Philadelphia Racquet Club, Robert
Carr, Alexander Flood, Charles McGonlgle, James
Kelly, R. KUggltt, F. Hlggtns. Joseph Flood, and
1'. Daly ot the Richmond HandbsU Club. There
were nolle a number ot games played, of
which Valor Carmody participate! In twelve and Tom
Lynam In eleven. The special attraction, and which
aroosed the enthusiasm of ths game from start to finish,
was a bout between Dr. Smith and Charles Boyle
against Phil Casey and MaJorCarmody. It waa a pretty
contest. In wblcb Champion Casey mad som wonder
ful play. The score:
Dr.6ml(hr,dO. Boyle (lOsess).Jl 31 18 31 IS 16-107
Casey and Carmody 40 18 31 16 31 31-107
Marker Con Ryan.
Major Carmody and Lynam beat J, J, O'Brien and
James Kolan. but Lynam and Holan peat Carmody and
A match has been arranged between Prof, Cogglns
and George llanley agslnit Charles McGonlgle and the
veteran Harrison for 'J3 n side. The first series of five
games wlU tske place lu Philadelphia on Oct, 26,
He Would Mbe to Eater the Vamoose
reuGiiKtarsii, Oct, 4. In an Interview shoot th rac
between the Vamoose and Norwood, Commodore Oliver
II. Booth said 1 " If the owners of those boats will make
a fifty-mils race up the Hudson and sire me the proper
potllfcatlon, I will enter the race.wllh.mr.boat, 60, and
if would hsvapo fear of the i.rssjlt." KoM li pTTfest
long over J). 12 fsst breadth ef beam, 6 ( 4 Inches
depih of hold, ana Baa Mown (ml tpssd. Key UU I
GOSSIP" OF THE MJiNNERS.
ifEVT TOJIKETIS XXJOTTNO TEUEECT
weAtiteb roa racxxo.
St, Jnoiiaa's Victory ea Saturday iras Popu
lar Bermuda Highly Thought of by the
Inbl!e Something; About the Baa of Iter.
Sanaa and Bagonet Berana was a Cheap
Horse at M,sW-Te JTrogramme for thle
Weeh-The Baltimore Meetla-8arntogm
8 takes-En trlee for To-day at Jeroraernrk
Nobody evor saw more perfect weathorfor
racing than Now Yorkers havo oniorod for tho
past month, nnd at present thoro Is no indica
tion of a change yesterday being as balmy as
June, with a sky as bluo and sunny as
that of Italy.
Tho racing at Joromo and Morris parks last
weok drew largo crowds, and tho turf seems
to bo as prosperous as when tho first-class
tracks openod tholr gates last spring. Tho
port at Morris Park on Saturday was first
class in evory rosnoet and the nttnnri-
anoe was the most brilliant that has
put In an appoaranco since Futurity
Day at Sheepshead Bay. The suc
cess of Bt Floraln was popular, as tho
big chestnut colt has been moro or less of a
publlo idol, and has cost his backers a great
deal of monoy. many porsons losing very
heavily on him whon Ills Highness and othor
clinkers got homo in front ot Mr. Morris's
champion. As a matter of fact Bt Florian
is a remarkablo oolt to stand the wear
and tear of such a campaign as Wyndham
Walden has subjected him to. Ho began
racing at Gravesend last spring, and up io date
has started no fower than twenty-ono times.
His torriblo fall at Bheopshoad Bay 'was
enough to send many a two-year-old to
hoTso hoaron. but Waldon had 8t Florian
racing again in short ordor, although he
was suffering from an abooss in the head,
and ho has kopt htm going pretty
steadily evor slnco. A colt ot extraordinary
speed, it given half a ohanco ho should make
a phenomenal sprinter next year. Bermuda's
victory was popular, too, evory lover of a game
thoroughbred having a strong liking for Mo
Clelland's sterling colt who is undoubtedly
top of, tho throo-yoar-old tree with Potomao
and La Tosca out of tho way. It would not be
surprising to find Bermuda in tho stablo ot
somo of our millionaire turfmen next year, as
he is for solo.
Bormuda and Dagonot as tho publlo know
vory well, aro halt brothers, both being out of
the nlno-ycar-old mare Fair Lady. Fair Lady
sold for $4,000 at tho recent disposal sale ot
thoElmondorf stud In Kentucky, and such a
clover horsoman as J.- W, Rogors pronounoed
hor ono of tho bargains of the year. Any nine-year-old
maro with two such stake wlnnors
as Bormuda and Dagonot by dlfforont
horsos, should be worth a small fortune to a
poor man. as bred to any good horso her pro
duce should bo worth 12.000 or more as yearl
ings. Greon B. Morris, who owned aud raced
Borsan, waa astonished when he hoard that
tho big son of Ten Broeck had brought but
"Why," said Green, in his own emphatlo
way. nt Joromo Park un Friday, "tho Idea of
Borsan going for $2,200 and Trnmont bring
ing nearly twonty thousand I If I'd havo boen
tliore. I'd havo bought him."
Green thinks Bersan was ono of tho greatest
horses ho ever owned or trained. In his own
words, " ho could run from half a mile to four
miles on a dry or heavy track, ond you didn't
have to pick your days with him."
Tho Morris Park track Is certainly very try
ing on horses with nlllng legs. It knocked
out Blmrock nnd llonorter on Saturday. Sir.
Morris Is vory reluctant tomako any changes
In the hill, but ownors aro doad set and no
matter how a horse may bo lamed in a race
the Matterhorn receives all the blame. With
tho hill cut down, thero would be no courso in
tho land to approach It In tho perfection ot
every detail. Sheepshead is a fast safe,
and plcturusquo courso. but thoro is
no such club house as that which makes
tho Westchester track unapproachable. Dr.
Cosby, who is well-known to racing men
has just returnod from a tour through Europe.
He was at Baden-Baden, and saw some of the
crack horses of Europo measure strides ovor
the course Germans swear by, and In England
ho saw 250.000 at the running of tho 6t Legor,
but he saw nothing during his trip In tho way
of rt race track that comnarea nrlth TifnrHa
The prospects of a sensational rnoe before
tho closo of tho season are remote. Tenny will
hardly race again this year, and Kingston will
bo soon only nt ram Intervals.
The programme forthls week promises Ilvoly
sport ut Jeromo Park. To-day the Champagne
Stakes at seven furlongs for two-year-olds
will bo decided, in addition to five othor In
teresting events. Dagonet and St. Florian will
meet In the Champagne, and Azra will soe that
nelthor loiters on tho way. To-morrow, at
Joromo Park also, tho Moshola Stakos for throe-
? ear-olds at ono mllo and a furlong will be
ho feature Picknlckor, Iter del Roy, and
other good performers ore eligible to start
Wednesday s programme will bo brightened
by tho Fashion Stakes for two-year-old Allies
at six furlongs. Thursday's programme will
bo run off over the Morris Park courso, tho
Mount Vernon Stakos for two-year-olds at six
furlongs, and the Country Club Handicap at
ono mile and a furlong for all ages, being
down for decision. On Friday Joromo will bo
tho scone of activity, the Laddio Stakes fortwo-
5 oar-olds being tho feature for that day. On
aturday tho crowd will wond Ha way to Mor
ris Pork, whore tho Nursory btakes for two-year-olds
at six furlongs, and the Hickory
Stakes for .throo-y oar-olds at ono mile and a
half, will be decided.
Theso aro among tho very richest events of
tho year, and a groat many capdldaies are re
ceiving a special preparation for them. York
vlllo Bollo gots In tho Nursery without a pen
alty, and it Is noodless to look beyond this
great Ally for tho wlnnor. Tho Hickory Stakes
will bo a much openor contest Strathmcath,
Reckon. Russell. Picknlckor. Rey del Rev.
Homor. Montana, Salllo McClelland, and Kll
deer aro ellglblo to start
Secretary Hugh Malntyre Is receiving
numerous Inquiries concerning tho coming
meeting of tho Baltimore Jockey Club, whlon
will open on Oct ID. Several hundred head of
horses will be on the grounds, and races be
tween tho tin-toppers in training havo been
arranged. Everything indicates a. most suo
Samuel Whitehead Is to be Secretary of the
Saratoga Racing Association. Ho announces
that entries for tho Saratoga Stakes for two-year-olds,
and tho Kentucky Btakes tor
two-year-olds, to be run in 1B02. and
the Iroquois Stakes for threo-yoar-olds,
the Travers Stakes for threo-year-olds,
tho Ladles' Stakes for three-year-olds,
fillies, the Foxhall Stakes for threo-year-olds,
and tho Kennpr Stakos for three-yeaf-olds to
bo run in 1803 will close on Dec. 31 at 113
Hudson street Hobokon, N. J. Mr. Whitehead
Is also secretary of tho Hudson County Jookey
Club, and ho makes publlo tho programme for
tho flrst woek of tho fall mooting atGutton
burg. The programme for Jeromo Park to-day is
highly Interesting. -Somo vory fast sprinters
are named to start In tho opening dash at six
furlongs. The crack two-year-olds Leonawoll
and Ludwtg should both run well, hut Auto
crat Is not out of It by any means. Tho two-year-old
Lamplighter is among those named
to start in the second race at a mile, and tho
horse that beats him will como noar getting
the coin. Livonia and Cracksman should both
run well. .
Kitty T, and Lizzie may do to support In the
third event at a mile. . Dagonot with 113
Sounds on his back, looks Invincible for the
hampagno Stakes, St Florian having 118
pounds up. Nolther St Florian nor Dagonet
are fond of a distance though, and Azra, who
carries but 108 pounds, undoubtedly Is. Tim
outcome of the contest may bo a surprise, but
Dagonet will carry the dollars ot tho faithful,
So many entries were received for thollfth
race that it will surely bo divided. If Alrplunt
Is worth $4 he should win the raoe with only
00 pounds up. StPanoras may run second.
BuBtoed and Civil Service should do In the
last Tho following is tho programme in de
tail: First Race Walter-weight handicap sweepstakes, for
all ages, at S20 each, or only 6 IT declared, with i 1.000
added, of which S200 to second and 1100 to third; six
Autorrst 132 Ludwts? Ill
Slslpner , 120 Versattt 110
WHO L IIS Wrestlsr , 110
John Carenagb 117 olsnmound , log
Leveller 117 Mr. Bass 108
Helen Rose 114 Rex lna
Kitty T.., lis Dr.Wiicox 103
Second Race Swsepetskes, for all ages, which have
rnn and not won sines Sspt. 1. of $30 each, with 81,000
added, ot which S200 to sscond and (100 to third: win
nsrs In 18D1 of five or more races, or ot one of 1 2.600
6 oonnds extra: of ten or more races, or of one of
16.00U. 10 pound extra; non-winners In 1891 of $1,000
allowed 7 pounds: of (700, J2 pounds, and non-Dinners
In 18111 allowed IB pounds; maldsus aUowed 24
pounds; one mile.
Abl , lIOIMvonla 101
F.squlmau 116 Peter 1)6
Klngstnik , linlLainpllxhter I3
Lady Fulsltsr 113 May wood..., BU
Third Hare Handicap sweepstakes, for three.year
elds, of (SO each, or only (. If declared, with 1.Um
added, of which (200 to second, aud 1100 to third; ons
Bellevue lORIJudge Post 100
Lillian , 104lcyrus., ,. P3
Kitty T , 100liizle ;..; uo
Fourth Race Cnampagn Slskss: for two-ysar-oldsi
Beond, and (TOO to third 1 pon-winnsr of S,000 el
w4 s feuaaii H (J.WO. 7 aokm-ji M ftboo, 10
pounds; beaten maiden, 13 pounds; closed with 183
entries: seven furlongs.
St. Florlan.t , llSIAnns B 108
Dagonet It:) Actor 10H
Asm , lUSlMonopoIlst. 10tl
Fifth Rsce Rweenstakee ,for two yesr-oM. of (20
each, with (1,(xn added, ot which $200 to second and
?1IK to third! winners of any one race at this meeting
1 retry seven pounda extra: the winner to be sold at
action for $2,000; allowances; five furlongs.
Fnrelraer,.,., ......lls.The Shark..,., PA
llolmilel colt 113 Rt. I'ancras... PI
Bengal,.,.. 112 Rlalto PS
.inllo ....... j II11 Grand Prix ., tut
Temple 10 I Maggie Murphy I'.l
Furnish ..lOH.Vncallle, u.1
Knlrlknark colt, HVS Utile I) ot
taut Pas colt 104 Gondolier f2
Pari,.,,., m2lAlrplant ....,,. DO
Lady Wenlock colt Hxi.rrotrinol IK)
Caeanoia ,,, I'D runway , Btf
Sixth Race Sweepstakes for all age of $20 eseh.
with $1 000 added, ot which $200 to second and $100 to
thlnl. winners nt any one rare at this meeting to
csrrr 7 pounds extra; (he winner td be sold t auction
for $3,600; allowances; 1,400 yards.
P-utteed 110 Roquefort f7
(ivll Kerriee, 107 Polly M.. M
Hands Oft 07 Knapsack , no
sir George , 103 ran Handle 81)
TUB HOB3B AKD CAMUAOE TRADE.
lVots of Activity In Both Iaanstrtes These
Now Yorkers novor had better weather for
driving than at present and, as a conse
quence, the horso mnrkot is brisk, with a de
mand for matched pairs ot carrlago horses,
roadsters, and saddlo horsos with all tho gaits.
Messrs. Van Tassell & Kearney disposed of a
groat many stylish carrlago. saddle and driv
ing horses during tho past wook. tho consign
ments from Mr. John II. Bhults's Porkvllle
Farm bolng oagorly sought after. The regular
Tuesday and Friday sales conducted by this
firm aro very largely attended.
Tho American Horso Exchange (Limited)
announco that their fifth grand fall sale will
oommenco on Wednesday, Oot 21, at 11
o'olook. Horses, carriages, and harness, con
signed by well-known New York gentlemen,
will bo offered. In the collection will be found
matched pairs of seasoned and highly trained
coach and phaeton horses, slnglo harness and
fast road horses, saddlo horses with good
mouths and manners, high-stepping cobs, and
To insure Insertion lathe advance catalogue,
which will be mailed to the principal horse
owners in tho district entries should reaoh
the Horse Exchange on or before Oct 14.
Horses and carriages will be met at railroad
dopot or pier on receipt ot instructions to that
effect Commencing with the present season,
tho commission for soiling horses and car
riages will be 5 per cent, instead ot 10 per
cont as heretofore.
An imported English pony of capital man
ners, 8 years old and a perfect beauty. Is
offered by Importer, box 100. Sunofnoo. for
$200. This pony is fast under saddle or In
harness, and should bo a bargain at tho price
The touch of cool weather of last week gave
an increased impetus to the fall and winter
carrlago trade, and many prospective custom
ers began to look around for tho new stylos.
Tho carriages for tho coming soason differ but
llttlo from last year, although a few improve
ments and small changes in stylo may bo
noticed In somo cases.
Flandrau A Co. of 372-374-376 Broome street
and Broadway and Fifty-first street have a
superb lino of vehicles In both ot tholr large
stores. Their broughams are models ot
beauty and lino workmanship In the carriage
makorsnrt All tho varieties will bo found,
including easy-rldlng physician's broughams,
tho extension front 0 0 spring and light one
horse broughams, victorias, cabriolets, rook
aways. landaus, and saoros of othor turnouts
aro always kopt In stock, and purchasers will
find tho prlcos extremely reasonable for first
Van Tassell & Kearney of 130 and 132 East
Thirteenth street have their enormous ware
rooms completely filled with handsome
vehicles In all styles and varietlos. The cus
tomer will bo takon through floor after floor
stocked with hundreds of tine turnouts, ex
quisitely flnlshod. and made to Insure ease
and comfort even while rattling over the hard
stone streets of our city. Broughams, coaches,
coupe's, landaus, cablolots. "t. will always be
found at extremely low rates. The harness
room is continually stookod with the latest
styles, and tho high-grade domostlo and im
ported harness ore always on hand.
The Racine Wagon and Carriage Company ot
151-153 South Fifth avenue is one ot the best
places In tho city for the man to visit who
wants to And a flrst-class business or delivery
wagon. AH styles will be found there, made
in the best possible manner, of strong
material, which will boar tho roughest wear
nnd tear of any olty delivery business. Their
light delivery wagons, single and double
trucks, open and closed, express wagonsland
business two-whoelors should be Inspected to
he appreciated. City driving carriages, har
ness, andall horse goods arenoverout of stook.
Lowdon. Pond k Co. of Broadway and Forty
seventh streot aro making an enormous reduo
tionin tho prices ot their landaus, coaches,
victorias, depot wagons, phaetons, and other
varietlos. Harness can also bo obtained at
very low prices.
,ThoH.H. Babcook Company of 400. 408,
410, and 412 Broom o street are builders of
flne carriages of overy description. In point
of beauty and stability tholr vehicles stand as
near perfection as It Is possible to reach. Their
road wagons aro particularly worthy ot in
spection. It M.Stlvorsofl44. 146. 14a 150. and 152
East Thlrty-flrst street have a complete and
hoioo stock ot victorias, cabriolets, brough
ams, and othor fall stylos. Purchasers will
And that vory reasonable prices prevail, and
can hardly fall to bo satlsflod.
t Wm. H. Gray of 20 and 22 Wooster street
has a most complete stock of carriages and
harness. All styles ot vehicles will be found
at prioes within tho reach of all classes of
Edward CaUanan's Sons at 67 West Forty
fourth street aro flrst-class carriage builders
, Bradley Co, of 14 Warren street have a
largo stock of handsome surreys, buggies, and
road wagons at very reasonable rates.
Excellent business and express wagons will
be found at the Hudson Wagon Company at
542 Hudson streot They aro strongly made
and sell at manufacturers' prices..
Tannins Tflree to Beat the Fool Booms.
Nrw Hatch, Oct 4, Frederick J. Flynn and
Robert J. Parks were arrested by the polloe
yesterday afternoon and locked up. They
claim to belong to Bridgeport and are em
ployed by the Consolidated Railroad in the
signal towers. They aro accused of tapping
tho wires ot the Western Union Tolegraph
Company in Crown street and thus getting
the results of the Morris Park and Jerome
Park races bofore the pool rooms. The loop
which runs to Thomas J. Brady's pool room
was tapped last Thursday, and tho operator
in tho pool room was unable to get the result
of the races. . In the mean time. Flynn and
Parks. ware placing money on the results.
They, however, made very little money, owing
to the imperfect working of thewlro. Under
section 1,477 of the Genoral Statutes, the ac
cused men are liable to a fine of not more than
$200 or Imprisonment in jail ot not more than
one year, or both.
A. Smith BfeCaaa'a Trottlasj Horse Cor
LKxrwoTOif, Oct 4. On account of the won
derful suoooss of the trotting horse business
in the blue grass region. A. Smith MoCann
proposos to organize a gigantic stock com
pany for the purpose ot brooding, training,
and racing tho most approved strains ot trot
Owing to the large amount of capital neces
sary to successfully carry on this buslnoss. Mr.
McCann has conceived tho Idea of making
an institution of this kind a corpora
tion which shall bo presided ovor by
a man who hat mndo a kuccosh
of tho business. Crlt Davis, than whom thoro
is uu bettor horseman in tlio United States, is
the man. Mr. McCann proposes to locate at
Fairlawn, tho homo of the lato Gen. W. T.
Wlthors. Mr. McCann has forty or Afty of tho
rhoicoBt brood mures, many of whleh are In
foal to such great stallions as Rod Wllkos, Sul
tan, Bow Bolls. Uon. Wellington (full brother
to hunol. 2:10,'.). William L., and Jay Bird.
Additions to the 30 1,1 at at Fleetwood.
The members of the Driving Club ot New York held an
enjoyable baturday afternoon's sport at Fleetwood.
Several Interesting matches against time and an exclt.
lug split heat race were trotted.
In to lnstancea horses becam itsndsrd trotter
during the dy, a stslllon and a mare entering the '80
list, Col. Kin's very highly bred five-year-old Vona,
though high in flesh, reduced her record: from 2.46 to
3:-ti. huuimarles follow:
Matrh, $100; tan in three, In harness.
A. Kowlcr'S I). 1:1. Mona. byJayllnuld ,,1 3 1
II. L. Ensign's br. in. Lady Lee (Jno P. Glbbt).,.,3 1 3
Time3:2ll. 2.3JW. 2,'.'l,
Match, $100: lo.biat 2.11.
0 II. Levitt's l.r.'s, Juo. Uascomb, B years old, by
WIIMs Collins (Fleming) . ,.. 1 1
Time 2 3
Watch, (SO; to bast 2 B3.
John lliuld's rli. in. Btelka, by Mansfield (Jno. 1'.
Illl.li.) , ',, , .11
Time J 2
W. L. 0 Peter Malier is undoubtedly the chsranlon
of Ireland. Hehaa iiererbeeu beaten, and has had to
go against all comers, in public events, for over two
years. During that time he has met, perhaps, twenty
Evsry dsy Increase th popularity and sat of riot's
- 1 1 sM
The stream I gorged with log. Th jam Mi)
mutt be broken. A little thing nay (err to ,,m
dlilodce the obstruction.
D III will relievo the prtasure 9i
llssRssO upon the Stomach, Lrrar, At!
(Kidney and Drain, which It the etui ettlck- 'l;
( lleadich, Indlisillon, and numtrsui oUiar III. s 1
f Of all druggists. Price M cents a hex I ' fi
I New York Depot, Canal St. a f.
1 a 'IJ
A. CASE OF COLLEGE EJtEEZB OVXL 1 j
IThere Bo the TJalveralty or FeussrlTaJse ,.n
Pootballlsts Come la f I
A meeting of the Intercollegiate Football , K
Association was held at the Fifth Avenua fit
Hotel on Saturday night The delegates pre. a'
ont wore William Burnett Wright and Oapt, I ',
MoClung, Yolo; R.D. Warren and Max Far- jj :
rand. Princeton: F. H. Tackaberry and Hall. u J
Werioyan: Coffin and Frank G. Beattys of th 5f
Graduate Advisory Committee, and John Bell. fj :
University ot Pennsylvania. Capt Church be- -'Ci
ing absent on account ot slcknoss. Th $et ;hh
slon lasted four hours, due to a protractoaj fi '
controversy between the University ot Pens t Jj '
sylvanla and Yale and then between tha UaJ fiffi1
Torsttyot Pennsylvania and Prlnoeton. . fSj
Mr. Boll camo to the meeting instruct to 2H
havo tho match betwoen the University of (ili
Pennsylvania and Yale arranged for Oot 81. 1 Jlj
The reason stated was that ths PenntryU I if li
vanlans wore short ot funds and that Yale al- M
ways drew a very largo crowd. The redrev ''B'
son, however, was very apparent The unl fA u
verstty of Pennsylvania has a crack team tbia ' I,
year, and if she could only meet Yale early In '-
tho season there was a great possibility of ' ll
beating tho New Haven boys. Consequently, i't vl
?nle would not play on the date .desired. ft
-Pi0 W Lohlgh on Oct 31. , anj rf !
Wright was unwilling to canoel tha At r
Some. Thon. too. Yale will orobably play y 9
arvard tho first wook in November, and ',. I ' J
two hard games at onoe would be too nraoh, 1 If,
Whon Nov. 14 was settled upon for Yale to ... a!
moet tho iPonnsylvanlans, Yale positively re- .' ilT.
fused to play. McClungsald his team would , Jfti
not go to Philadelphia, because ot tha treat- -11
montPrlnootonreoelved there last year. Bell W
becamo angry and refused to listen further, iVi
and tho association transacted his business n f
for him. ' If J
Thon camo theoontroversy between Prinoe- mi
ton and tho University of PennsTrvanla. ,'f,
Prlnoeton refused to play, any match in Phlla- U11
delphlo, and Mr. Bell held out firmly for alter- 'j
note matches on tho homo grounds ot each Un
collcgo. aB has formerly boen the praotl.ee. lit
Yale then took a hand and also refused to play A
In Philadelphia. Tho memory ot the rough ,is
handling Princeton received there last rear a 2
waB ovidontly vivid In tho Imaginations ol all V.
tho dclogatos, and they seemed to bo ai
doslrous of administering a publlo re- . Si
buko to the University of Pennsylvania. " )
Finally, seeing that there was no prospect of a, J3 2
eottloment It was decided by a majority vota ".jvh
that tho constitution of the association bo .;!?
nmonded to tho elToot that if two colleges din- -iPSn
agreod as tb a date or place of meeting, th V-Mi
question should be loft to the association. 'dBd
Whereupon it was deoldod that tho University listi
ot Pennsylvania should ploy all her matches SPa
with Ynlo and Princeton in New York. . JtJJl
Mr. Bell was a very much disgruntled maa aft
whon ho emergod from the meeting room. MS
claiming that a groat injustice hod been don , 'Hu
to his college To Ths Sun reporter ne said: "twl
"Pennsylvania entered the League In 1885. '.is If
and over slnco has played alternate games . a 1!
with Yalout New Haven and Philadelphia. At fl
this meeting an amendmont was passed by 1$
Yale and tho other eollegos discriminating !Xjl
against the University of Pennsylanla." 8
Mr. Boll intimated that bis colloge might re- , go
fuse to play in the association and thereby ' If 1
eenflno thomsolves to matches with Lehigh. i j
Dartmouth, and other smaller Institutions. '. Jn
This Is ovidontly just what tho other colleges I1
mean to force Pennsylvania to do. ISA
Tho grounds for tho ThnnkBglving Day game it 3
betwoen Yale and Princeton were not settled S j
upon, but the universal opinion seemed to ,"5
favor Eastern Park. Mr. Byrne was present to ili
put in a plea for the latter, and claimed off- , lis
hand that if last year, without system, a, crowd ill!
of 30.000 could be managed, he could this Iff'
year handle 40,000. Mr. Janeway was present sis S
to urge tho claims for Manhattan Field, but Ua
Berkoloy Oval was unrepresented. No aotion i:S
was taken by Harvard toward reentering th ftl
League, though it was asserted that if her 4; 51,1
team were as strong as last year she would km I
havo strained a point to do so. Yale's ohanoes t w g
this year wore 4onorally spokon of as better 416 .1
than any othor. The following schedule was "3j
finally agreed upon: wi!
Oct, 8 University of Pennsylvania va. Weeleyaa,at itfcVl
New York, Beferee, Woodruff: alternate, Oofflnotw- tit)
Nov. 7 Tale v. Wesleyan. at Kew Haven. Bsfsre. siKi
Walter Camp of Vale: alternate. Coffin. Prlnoeton va. ;lkfij
University of Pennsylvania, at Mew Tork. Bafsrea, i-M 1
Brooks: alternate. Woodruff. VasH
Nor. 14 Yale va. University of Pennsylvania, at Hw flat M
Tork. Beferee, Ervlen of Princeton: alUmata, atoSM :' S IT
of Princeton. ,k8I
Not, 25. Wesleyan T. University of Pennsylvania, ' sV!
It was learned last night that Mr. Ben bad M13
entered a protest against tho actions of his uiS.1
associates at tho moetlng. The matter will 1 Jjll
now como up before the Graduate Advisory "Jl'J
Committee which meets on Oct 17. Becre- , 'J
tary Warren has been ordered to present a full .! i ,t
report of thoiproceodlngs of tho meeting to VJi
the oommitteo. . iJ,V
Another alloged reason for the combined -. ? (
action of Ynlo. Princeton, and Wesleyan In VS-'i
trying to frooze the University of Pennsylvania ' 1 ti
out of the association is the Institution's lUM
method of hiring mon to come to the unlver- (,!f
sltyfor the solo purposo of playing on their tl
team. The sum of tho whole matter is. that LjfU
the Unlversltyot Pennsylvania must withdraw. iijrjl
If she does not there will be means of 00m- .''11 K
pellingher. ' W9i
The N. A. O. Bonta. Mil
When th but of th big crowd Died ont of th Oats Ky-S n
mont Avenue Rink. Brooklyn, on Baturday nlgnt. Trees. 'H &,A
urer Oeorge Pflug of the National Athletlo Olnb was fllll
fondly sorting $1,000. the profit of th two night' .-fl 18
affair. The special Sgnt between John J. Van Ronton, i.'hIpI
West Bide A. c.. and Nick ('allan. National A. O, waa TJiKSr
devoid of interest, aa the West Sider was lnfsnor to ale Is xi
yonnger.more agile and skilful opponent, who improves , elf
with each publlo appearance, r9 M?
In the special weight, 12.V pound class, Paul Blaksley, M 'm
Brooklyn A, 0 forfeited to Thomas Cuslck, Bridge A. u4f'
C for second prise. In the bout for second prise la .istr lij
the welter-weight class, Harry Rivers. National A.C I'
forfeited to Edward Van Ktten. Clipper A. O. In tha .'v'atf'll
in&-pocnd bantam-weight class for second prlsa. B. i 15 Va
Wilson. 8. A. A. C. won, besting F. Skinner. Feerl A, 1 it I J
O. In the featherweight. 116-pound class, T, Creed ,tf i&
forfeited to W. Vtonohan for second priu, r 3Vi
Prof. George Young, M
(Ex-Chamnlon of Tnglaaa), jS-1
Win resume his lessons In boxing Oct, 1. FogtarauaeV V
dress 370 West 25th st, NewYork city. ';
I. ' &5I
Of those at $25.00 to $75.00 we would advls $W
buying cither a Picpor, Ithaca, TJ. M. C ' ''j W
Parr'. Amorlcan Arms Co., Colt, Smith, m
Parker, Lofovcr, or Clnbmujjh. ! ti
We cun show lmnilreds of guns of each 1 si
mako whero other dealoi a havo but a few. i ti
Wo can fjlvo you Just wiiat you want, and n fi
jrunrantoo thorn In every respect. it i
Bond for list ot odd and second-hand guns. j tl
SCHOVERLING, DALY & GALES, Jl
HOT) BUOAPWAT, NEW TOaTJa-, J S
Phlpaalls, hark sails. Urlg sails. Schooner salla, tlaop ' ?'rS'W
sails, Cstli'at sails, and Canoe sails made by aTJUUfe Wim Ti
M. rsMITIf. III! Mouth St. ' H BjS
RnslKU. Jacks. Hurvre ilouse nax. club signals, and irllli
rode signs Is made Cy FHUU at1. UUtTU, M R't:'
riouth HI., N.'Y. tllli
cjiliin EncWf. ;j
MAUHTUK8 HAS iVOIlM8. Mj
Fand worms, lOc, dot; alilte or blood worms, 25c, ,. -JW
dor ; shedder crabs at lowest market prices. jf i A
HK.ND HTAUP FOB OO.FACIE, CUT.
ritK'l-, IM.1IWTKATEII CATAXOOVM r It
or FINE FIHUINO TACKLE, . ' P
My low pries tor an good attonlah em f body. I U'l
i. F. 1UMMTMMM. I, tm
UOavtt.0uctiUillxntian,.T, f JVy