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THE gUK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1893. r .
THEY COULDN'T BAT RUSIE,
, 0O TBB BttOORLTXB HAD TO BUC
CUMB TO WARD'S MBIT.
Th I.oeal Herle. KadS In at Tlr RoHon
VMMKMbn Philadelphia, Walla Chi.
and 'Waahlactoa Hartal. stlmll.r
TreaCaicat from I.nnl.Ttllc aad JRaltttaora
RopccllTrly Pltlabarsh Ami Vp and
t lerelaael Itam-Olktr 43. ate. aad Qea.lts
The snrles between New York and Brooklyn
haii onded in n tie, the former winning tho
gums At the I'olo (rounds reiterdar quite
oasllr. There were throe shut outs among
tho other games playod. rtiiladolphla bolng
Whitewashed br tho champion llnstons, t'ltl-i-.-ii:"
by LoulsTlllo. and Washington by Unlti
M' re. Pittsburgh, by beating st. Louis again,
took a firm grip upon MSOBd plnco. while Von
der Aho's boys wero tlod by llaltlmore for
eighth position. Cleveland was pushed hai'k
bit by Cincinnati's reorganized team, which
la now only a few points behind Hrooklyn. The
'Western clubs are all travelling Fast to-day.
with tho exception of Chicago, the latter s
scheduled guinea In Washington having beeu
transferred to the Windy City. Tho results:
How York. (1; Brooklyn. 2.
Boston, : Philadelphia, o.
balllmnre. 6 Washington, n.
Pittsburgh, o: M. uonls, n,
Cincinnati, 4, Cleveland. 1.
l.oulsvllle. II; Chicago, 0.
rteaa. r-- 7. ' Fr. It I iTmI. irew. fyw, fr.".
Ho, mn .Wl 211 .:''' Cincinnati.. .4 48 .4',"m
flttabnrgh. Mi f)7 ."in SL Louie... 41 f.3 .441
rbiladslpnla .'.'. 37 .:'- Ralllmure 41 r. .441
'lrTianl 117 MM i Imago Set M .4I4
tw Vork. ... 47 ' Mill "iim, in- :i:i M .:t,i.
Brooklyn to .4H4Waabingion..n3 no .305
new York, tl; nnooKi.vN, 2.
"I wouldn't have lout this game for a for
tune." said Johnny Ward last evonlng." for If
ihad I would never have henrd the last of it."
Ivory one ol tho New lorka must have had
ihls foaling yesterday when they laced tho
Irooklyns at the I'olo ground for the llnal
ii.-sle of tho season, for they played n beauti
ful game In every rosnoct and won a glorious
victory, if New ork hud lost. Hrooklyn would
tiavo hail the honor of capturing tho scries
from Ward's men. so tho only thing thut could
lain the Gothamltes from disgrace was a win
cing stroak nnd a tlo in tho series.
ilusle was the bright star of tho afternoon,
lie had terrific, speed, and shot the bull over
the plate with an accuracy that almost bored
hole thmugn big Mlllluan. The Iloosier .
J truck out eight men lu all. and allowed tho
Irookhns to get hut four singles, two of i
which were scratches. In addition to his own J
cleverness thcru was superb llelillng i.y tho
New i orks. who Itoppe I everything that left
the opposing hats, and threw tho ball around
like marUsiiien. Thev didn't make an error.
Jtoger Connor was a hero wiion iio sent in two
runs w, tli a timely hit id tho llrst Inning, and
Eddie Burke also made himself popular with
another hit just when ir was nei .led. Capt.
Ward was everywhere. He rapped out two
liits, stole third onco In I iillianr fash
ion, and made two Wonderful stops. I
Bteln bail I'een mired for this particular occa
sion by Long Dave, hut Kdward appeared to
be a tril'e stale. Ho was wild, keeping Dailey
on n continual series of jumps, aud was hit
rather easily. His. support, however, was not
good, errors by Hair mid Shoe!) proving fatal.
I.aclmnce. the new man. didn't show up as
well i- he (lid on Tuesday. He struck out ,
three times, and misjudged a long fly from
Doris's I -at in the seventh inning, chiefly ho
eausBtlies'iu iliuihet like lire in Ills eyes.
He was clearly nervous, but will do better in
The Iliooklyns took the hot. and fi.000 cranks
looked on anxiously, i.ritlln got his base on
hails and loininy Hums screamed "flood
Eye." Then the sleek Corcoran smashed a hot
one i;t Il.i-ie. who threw it 1 lazing ball to l''uiler.
and shorty doubled up foroorun at first. This
convinced the cranks that New York would nut
be i e iti-n without a great battle, and when the
loftv I.n lance struck out the cheers sounded
like Hie rnttio of musketry.
Now it wis Now Yoik's turn, and everybody
watehe I the cyclonic Stein, l-.d had his sneod
with him. and StnlTord filed to t oreornn. Capt.
Ward wis moro .successful, however, and
nnstlQil a single past liaiy into .v-ntm field.
Tlernnn secured his iaso on iiaiis. and a mo
ment liter both ho and Ward executed a clean
doul'le steal, tteorgo Davit's eye wasn't ex
actly clear, so ho struck out. hut Connor
firought both men homo with a rattling base
lit to right- Jaekey Milligan. tho boy wonder,
camo lions now with a scratch, and a pitched
ball hit I'.urke. Witli tho bases covered. Ful
ler drove on., straight nt Shoch. who let thu
ball roll between Ins feet and Connor scored,
but nothing on earth could -top Milligan in
hie ma I. eh.pliantino dash for the jilato. and
Bhoch, who had recovered the ball, easily throw
II itli sj Ion were retlrod In order in the sec
ond, although Tiernan made a hit and was
thrown nut nt second. It was the same in tho
third, ill- feature being Huslo's work in strik
ing oil both shoch and Stein, (Trillin opened
tho fouitli witli an uniiiiestionatdo hit to
centre. Corcoran hit batd over second, but
Wnrd made a grand stop and throw to Fuller.
Orilfln being forced. Corcoran friod to steal,
h'.it .Milligan tossed the ball to Fuller, and
Thomas had to come in. l-a'diance for the
second time struck out, and there was plenty
ot New York music. It was one. two. three for
New Korfc in the last half of this inning, while
Brooklyn was similarly sjttled in the llrst half
Of tho 'Mil. fa New York's half Itusio
scratched a hit to Hhooh, an I was literally car
rleu I third on two line sacrillces by Stafford
and Ward, 'nit Tiernan couldn't bring Amos
Dalloy ! egan the sixth Inning for Brooklyn
by hemg hit with n pitched ball. Shoch got
to first oh I alls, and Stem sacrificed. Griffin
also sacrificed, and Hailey scored tho first run
for hi.-side. I ut shoch was left on third, ua
ward gral I od Corcornr.'s fiiping hot liner.
Piew lorl, also scored in tins inning. l)aiy
fiiinhie'l Davis's ca.-y hound or. and two clever
sacrlflcos put George on third. Hurke struck
twice at the boll, and on tho third attempt
Whangod a beaut, over Corcoran's head for a
base. 1'cvls running home. Fuller was third
out on a foul that lutiley took on the dead run
Oloso to the grand siainl.
Wih two out In tho seventh Hums scratched
O hii and i'aly gave Ward a ehunen to diatln-
fiuisli li'ius'-lf Tom shot a tnrrilic grounder
hat struck John on the foot and oarromed
high in the air behind blm. Ward dashed nftr
It. slopped It. and by a ijulck throw lo Connor
ended the inning, itus.o was first up for New
York aud amble 1 to first as a widely pitched
Mil struck him on tho left arm, Stafford sac
rificed and ho went to sonond. Ward followed
with a clean lilt to centre, but Itusie could
oulv make third boso. Tiernan iunclied a
gi'iir '!." lo Corcoran, who throw to l)aly.
who mnffi d the ball, liusio scoring and
Vard dashing on : (bird where he was
caught on Daly S nuiok throw to shoch. Davis
bo.,. ue I s long high fly to left thnt l.achance
i-i- ..i,-,..i i'a.i., making throe bases and
2 Ionian scoring easily.
There weregooje eg4 for both teams In tho
eighth, and than Hrooklyn got a lonely run in
thenlnth. prlmn cracked a twister to Uavis
and was safe. Me stole second and third bases
while Corcoran and Lachnnce were going out
on strikes, nnd finally scored on Foutz's clean
hit to left, Hiir.is put up a fly for Ward, and it
Was all day with Byrne's pets. Tlie score:
siiouKirv ,w r0111L
It. 1 n r.n. a. v i ii 1 it r o , r
Crlffln. - f,...l 2 f. o il i.pi.i,. c.l. O 0 1 O 0
Ci.iP.r.ili 11 II 2 4 ii Wnl. 2.t b . .1 2 2 4 0
Ls 'iiani... i r o o ii o o Tiernan r. t..J 1 S 0 u
'url",,r ' o 1 1 a ...,:.. iitp.i no o
ar 2,ii, ,1 5 ii ; 3 Miiihrsn, r....o i n i "
Is, ry. o I O 4 1 o llhrke If O 1 O (l n
lb..ob. U-l U...0 n l 4 1 iuiiit , ' ! ,i " ! o
"Kill. P U 0 0 4 0 ItiiKie. p ...'.l 10 3 0
T"""' '2 42414 3 T(,IU " "S 2I il O
S;ky 3 o 0 0 o 1 2 n -n
ronkln 00000100 1-2
Eariiad runs Xsw York. Ii limekivn 1 rhr,. ku,
hll-ll.,. Sssrines tilt. s l.lTnr. ("' RaS II nr
aUiilKiu. OrllBn, SUln, siie bSMs-ward Ti.fnfl'
.r.lh.i til dr.. l,u.. on .ir,.-N.Vy0 ' V"'
lia.j.m lialli-ua nunc 2, ut st.m ;;. ' ""
By llii-l". H; by SUli, -'. Ii plav-lluiff !Si7
au.l i'..nnr lilt bj pllolisr-.Hurt7BaDaiKj'
lMf.es liatss-Xsw Vark, . iiruukim a i-i....! ,.n
sue r.ooa -".. Ait-ui
soiitos, 4. rim ,nri.pnu, 0,
I'liinni trim. A'l. Ill -Ko,t Oefp.,1,,1 rtlllsdilnhia
to-lay hy bslllns ' the rlvhl to,,,. Tho I'M, "1.1 ISSI.
oulb.lt.il Ibttr uipnneiil-. hut inelr Vlto WarasH
Wi.lly .catlereil to ho proilucllva. AttiuiUiiutc, M.000.
1 11. 1 11. 1 nn , l. -11,
I .. s. la. r-o.4.s. ... -.
ll.lin.B, 2b. 0021 lf.nnir. . . " ' ';0i :
Jl" "ii ,in.r f.o 1 11 0 11 liwe. 2.1 h 11 8 r
triviality. If 0 1 3 11 Ollullv.o I .1, u 4 .'
Bpylt . utb .0 Olll O UiMel'arthy.l. r 0 1 0 11
Cl.ui.nu. c. .0 It a 2 olva.b. 3Jh ...0 1 1
fr'.'-.f II 1 2 II niTucker. l.t b.2 2 11 " ,
Kniiy. t.iu o 1 1 .1 5 Carrollr.'.. S u 1 B
All's, 1. 1 .0 2 2 R 1 i.anril. c.l 1 1 1 1,
Wtyblnit, pi) o 1 2 o Niobul. p I) 0 2. ",
Total. o U24J3 2 Tolsif 4 1 27 l"4 "I
FI1I.1 l-lphlii 0 OOOOOOO uo
l"i.in o 1 o o 1 2 0 0 -4
l..ruej nioi-Uoit'in. 2. Klnt b.ia hy error. -I'h 1
S.ll.hli. I lliuion. J. ift mi bai'S-inih.aflplua'ri
II 1,11. - First base on hl - ' Itt Weytoiiit. . sir irk
Jul -Hv Wryliuij, 2 Two ha. blU-M.11. B4lin.t
S.rill.r In -.)rljlinty. It'll.'. Wryblus. I.ue M. .
Okr hy. I .rroll. N.cbol'. Htl.l.ll bain l.usf. fuliia
blars Uinr, i.owu. .nil Ttiokvr; le sua Turk.'
1! I br pitil.r By Niohols, L I'niplrc tic ,'.4:0,
t.Ui:.RATI. 41 t'Lr.VL4SP, 1
lin'ii.sn. Aus III The Cleveland player, lio.il.- a
lorr) e ii. ,1:1011 of bstllnit thl. slurii'ioti u, 1 really
uni tl; k- our ueSdUet of t'sre'eseef. The ecore:
, , s. la ' o. A.i I a Is. s.0. a. i.
hii.i. iiii .1 1 2 4 o McCarthy, rfl 1 1 0 11
If hran a.O 3 O .'. 0 l..lb.m. 81 a..o I .'. 1 ..
Juii. r I 11 1 1 11 o lePh... 2.1 b .0 0220
Jir'ua. I.lh 0 0 14 0 Ot lliil.l'l.y. 0. f .0 0 O 0 11
li'.srr. .Id b 0 O u 3 0 Vaiifhn. 1- I 1 8 o o
.1111.11. 0. f 11 11 3 o o 1 .natim. If. I 1 r, 0 o
. 11 11 11 4 o .1 Mniiii 1 I 2 a 11 0
;' II n I (I OMotr. I.lh 0 0 S o tl
t-uiiu 11 .000 o 1 t'baiubari'a.p 0 O 0 I U
HtsH. .1 42712 l Totals A 827 13 O;
plrUuO : 1 11 11 0 0 01
tr.riauiu I 2 0 11 0 O O 0 O 14
I irueJ. rum- OlDS nnstl. a Pif.t hs,r hr e-r.ir
BaWlMII. LelloiHeju.-ClottUaJ, 0; Cuiclsustl. 4. I
rirstbftM n h Off rnppjr. 9: off Ohnmhr)1f,, 4.
Rtrnnk out Br 'nppr. : r Chambprlaln. 3. Hurrtflc
hlli-McPhM, HotlMs.jr. t. BtoUn hMs-Vanfho.
DovbU piF MrKMh, Child. . Vlrtn; MoPrte.
Brolth, An-! Mot. McPhffr. BmltB, and Lt.tb.ftm. L'mptr
-lommeri, Tim 1 140.
a...T1Wnr.E, 5; WsMHIXaTOrt, O.
WAi?rnTOrt,' AUaje'ltV Haw. th Balttmorfi pltchtr.
todar rcoiiipllurt th ft of rattrlBir thn u.iiini,
torn withnnt a ftinf ! tftfe hit. Not nntor rftchrd
eond bm dnrlnf th nine Inning. HiAphfni. Irtlr
nf tht Chftttftnntiffft i Mii. ocouplftd th box for Ui
WMhtnrotlt, itn.l did good work. Attndt.nc, 7(ia
Th Mora :
il . r.o. A. m. ft-1 ft. r.ft J. k.
Ilnrr f O O 1 O HcOriW. I. I ..O O 4 2 0
Fftrrell f U O 2 2 0 Kllf.0.f....O 02 0 O
Wur 3d b 0 0 18 nshlmlift. .id h 1 2 u o
(VKt.kft.li.tbO oil 0 lTftlor. Irtb.l OHIO
M.li. v I f .. 0 O 4 0 1 Trftftdwftjr, r.f 1 13 0 0
BtiUlTr4. t. O 2 4 1 leOBK. I f I 110 0
Rftdrord. r. f 0 0 10 0IUln.l.db 1 9 U o O
Ntrlrkrr, 2d b o o 2 2 1 Kohlnion. c . .0 O K 2 0
BUpbtn. p -O 0 0 2 I llnwk. p O 1 1 O 0
TntftU 0 014 IS ToUli B 7 27 0 n
Wftihin-rlon 0 OOOOOOO O-O
BftUlraorft O 2 0 0 0 0 O 9 ..-3
.-:ftrnd runft-BftUimore. 2. Klnt bf by fttrorft
Pni.i !)'" .1 l.fft on liftft WftihlllfttOH. I; Haiti.
morr. 0. Flmt hnift on bll-Off Stephen ft, 2; utf
llAttkft 2 Htrucit out By M-phftn. 2; br Hawk. H.
Thretbfiftr htt-Rhllidle. Twit-biiftn lut I.-nir. h.tcrl
flcehitft IrOtif, Hwk Slnlen imm-Robtmon. Ty
Inr. Farrftll Wild pilch tephfn. L'mpire Kiritle.
riTTKfttmr.il. "; kt. tnuin. 0.
PiTTftrftiift. Ang. lrt nttuburgh took th third and
lant game of the erlci front tin. Rrowim to-day after a
tiff fight. Attendance. 2.S00. Tli score:
riTTSRUROII. IT. i i-.
R. In. r o. ' r. 1. p.o. .
VnHairn, c.f.O 1 O O O'Rrndle, r. f .. i O 4 O o
Donovan r.f 1 1 l O'lXmd. uf Or O 3 O o
Btrk'er. Utb J "H 4 n 1 ly. -. 1 14 4 0
Hmlth. I f : i n 0 Wftrdftt). lit b 1 111 2 0
Lyoim, .'Id b (l 1 O 4 0 Port, c O 1 8 8 0
Bierbauer. 2b O 1 r, 6 O Hhngnrt. r. t .0 2 O 1 1
Innr I- . o O 4 2 O (Julnn.2d b...O 12 2 0
lira 0226 L'. .Li 1. 1 1180
Klllftn, p o o 3 1 2 uieaaou. p.... a 1111
Totatu ..iotl80lv 8 1 Totals fi 8-2H 18 2
Two out whin winning run acord.
Pittsburgh a 02000000 1 m
St. Louis 0 O O 2 3 0 O 0 1 O 5
intn.-i runii Pittsburgh. 4: Kt. LOBtft. S. Plrst basa
base by errors Pittsburgh. 2; Ht. Louis, 8, Left on
bases Pittsburgh, 7; Kt l.ouls, tl First base on balls
Off Klllsu. 2; uft (llftftson. 8. Struck out Bv Kllleii.
4; by i.lennan. 3. 'I liret- bftce htta Smith, t.leason.
ii... in... hits Donoran. Hmlth. Wer-tnn. Saertfirft
bits -Lyons 42). Earle. Bierbauer. Brodle (2t, Uowd.
Kly. ln.- Stolen basesSmith. 1-nnoran. Kly. Ion
t i - p'av -Bierbauer iunasnlteil). Wild pitch t.lcaaoa
Paskea ball Peltz. I'mplre llnrst. Tim 2:0,r.
torisriLtK, 11; 111iMi.11. 0.
cmr'Ann. Aug. 1H- Pfeffor's l.'mi-. -i!i "Kannets" ftd
ministered terrtblo trouncing to the Colts today.
Parrott's work was rocky, and bis four glaring errors
helped the i.outsvllles to saverat num. The score:
C.HH AGO. I LOUItriLLR.
K. 1 ft. P.O. A. - J H. 1 a ft.O. A. r.
Pnngsn. r f 0 110 n T. Rrowa, c f.2 2 4 0 0
1 unite s ... O O 3 1 0 O'Rourke, S. ft 3 10 2 0
Uilm..: 1, f..O O 0 l.i. rim. . .O 15 0 0
le. ker.lstb .0 17 0 1 1 W .Brown, lb. O 1 U 1 0
Camp .-. 1 ...0 0 2 1 O Twitchell. 1. ft I O O O
Parrott, 3db. .0 0 O 1 4 Pteller. 2d b .1 13 4 1
O'Hrlen I'd b 0 12 2 0 Pinkner. 3d 10 10 10
Iloghey. p .0 0 O 1 1 Weaver, r t. . .2 O 3 0 0
Kittredire, c 0 1 4 1 1 Hemmtnir. p 2 2 O 4 o
ScbrlVLT. .0000 0 1 aruthsrc, o 0 0070
Total ....0 424 7 8 Totals 11102710 1
Srbrlrer batted in Ilngbey's place In ninth.
Chicago 0 OOOOOOO O 0
Louisville 1 0 13 0 0 18 -11
Pir-t but by errors Chicago, l Louisville, 5. Left
on bases Chlrago, 10; i.mil-vii!. 7. Kirst base on
balls Off Hue hey, 8; off lUinmlng. IS Threv-base hit
Tom Brown, struck out By llugbey, 4; bv Ilftra
mlng. 5. Twn-baso hit Bill Brown. Sacrifice hits
Weaver. Tom Brown. Decker. O'Rourke. tJrim, Parrott,
Pinkney, Rill Brown. Stolen baae I snr- Hit by
pitcher Hamming, 2 Passed hall KHtredga L'mplro
Carutbera Time li44V
Hprtngfleld 0 10 0 0 10 0 0-3
Buffalo 2 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 07
Base hits Springfield. 8: Buffalo. 12. Errors Spring
field, 4; Buffalo, 3. Ftteherft Inks and Pishsc
Providence O 0 O 0 O 7 0 O 3
Erie .0 2 0 0 0 0 10 14
Base hits Providence. 11; Erie. H. Errors Prort
dance, 2; Kne. 4. Pitchers Sullivan and McnlL
I Troy 4 1118 8 0 1 116
I Wllkosbarre 0 0000120 1-4
1 Base hits Troy. 16; Wtlkesbarre, 13. Errors Troy,
I 1; Wtlkesbarre, 4. Pitchers 1. ruber and Freeman.
Albany 7 10 12 0 0 0 011
' Btnchamton 4 0 0 0 0 18 2 012
Base lilts-Albany. 13; Rtnghamton. 14. Errors AU
bauv. 3. Blnghatntou, 1. Plichers Cailihan aud Bar
SBTLVMS, 17; CBESCKITTS, 8.
MtDDLBTOwit. Aug. in. The crack semi-professional
' team, the Crescents, received a crushing defeat at tne
hands or the hard-hitting Asylum team today. Lauui's
OeiUlng was brllllauU The ecore:
h. 1 b. r.o. a. a. n. 1 . r.o. a. a.
Murray. ..... 't 3 3 2 1 ' I.eo Smitli.s s. 1 14 4 4
I Doolay, 1st b.2 1 7 O 0 Martin, 3d b.O O O 3 U
Morhead. 2b.2 18 1 O Turner.p ,2db.2 2 0 4 0
ile'if.f! f. f 8 3 3 0 O Hneden. r. f. . .-1 110 0
hmlth. 3d b .2 2 11 O Mclndoe. L f.O 110 0
Launt. 1 f O 3 3 0 1 II hinan.c f . 1 13 11
Hek-nan. r. C.l o 1 O o Jones, 1st b..l 18 0 0
M.t.revy. o ..1 0 4 1 O Keeuan.2 b..p.l 14 0 3
I'l.iiii fi 1 O 1 O O Kaflerty. C...1 2731
Meakln. p 2 010 OJ
Totaii 8102713 9
Totals 17 13 37 5 3
Asylums r, 4 0 0 0 18 1 017
Crescenta 2 1000400 1-8
Earned runs Aslama, 8; Creicenu, 4. Two-bas
hits (Jentnt. Mclndoo Three-base bita Raffsrty,
1 itent-gei. Home run Turner, Stolen basss Asylums.
2; Crescents 1. Bases on balls-off Fucbs, 8; off
Keenan. 2. Struck out By Turner. 3; by Kachs. 3.
Passed ball Rsfforty. Wild pitches Turner, Ivoenan.
Umpire McCarter. Time 2 hours.
AT M.v: MILrORO.
Cuban Giants n 0 O A 0 0 0 0 312
Newililrord.... O 00034200 9
' AT WlItTCUALU
Whitehall 20100400 0-7
Lake llo'ifto 2 OOOOOOO 02
Asylnma 5 4 O O O 1 8 1 0-17
Crescents 2 1000400 10
Brooklyn Sin 4311 Hatfield.
The Brooklyn Club has not ceased reaching out for
now players. Preitldent Byrne yesterday signed Gilbert
Hatfield, formerly of thn New Varks. who has be en
playius: great ball on ths Augusta team this year. Hat
field will play ;lilrd liast in to-morrow's game. Enoch
will be retained aj general utility inun.
Th is is an off day Tor th National Leagn clubs.
Ward and German are going on a abort huntlnf trip
Marliall P. WIMer has succeeded Judgft Cullom ag
Lord High Hooter.
Where la Judge Cullom Ho hasn't geen thftsa Brook
lyn ganiftft, and has missed n treat.
Tho Crescents of I'lkinfleld and the Albury Park
Club will play at Ahury Park to-day.
Tho Brooklyn have tint been stint out this aciaon,
which is one consolation for Capt. Kuutz.
Con Dalloy has been suffering from a lame back, a
rearon hy lie has not playeti in more gauias,
Seveial of the Brooklyn players will be relaasod In a
rew days Heeler and bhoch will decorate tho bench as
The .southern Le.igno umpires who are In town Just
now declare that Sheridan was the best umpire, by
long odda, in that league.
Hi.-! are no gam ea sched ul-d for Nw York or Brook
lyn to-day. The Clvelands play at the Polo grounds
to-morrow and the Cincmnatla at Eastern Park.
Tho New Yorks have it in for the Clevelands In the
coming games. Thev nave not forgotten th treatiueut
they received from Tebrau's croivd in the Poreat City,
Tim Keefe haa received noilre of release from the
Philadelphia Club: so baa Pitcher O'Connor, the Durt
tnoBtb College wonder. Keefe should not bo idle long.
Crank There wore (1.000 persons at the morning
game in this city on Decoration Day, 1H13, and 28.142
at the afternoon game, the latter being the ttirustile
l". ut' excused Lacbanee's three strike outs by ftaylnfr
i ii k l no minor league plartr cau gauge Kusle in his
first attempt. " In fact." aaid Da. "it's pretty hard
for the old timers to hit thut pitcher.
The team of the New Jersey Athletic Club Is deilrous
of arre-ngiug a game away from home for Saturday
next villi 11 nut club lnthis vtcllilty posseislug enclosed
grounds. Address ( harles 1. Amifttt. inamigcr ow
Jersey A. C. Baseball Te.im. Bayonne. N. J.
Wurd says that the Brooklyn Club baa protested the
game piayed at the Polo (iround ou Aug. 1, whicli was
won by New York. H to 3, bm ause Cmpire Horuuiig in
nuted that the game should hi played on grounds that
were mi Nt for ball plarlug in Font a CAtlmation Presi
dent Byrne, liowevor, says the game lias nut beau pro
I'mpire Gfttrney edmlts that he was wrong In refus
ing Clemente to take bis base when hit bya bit. hed
bail m last Prlda)'s game, which may gie Philadel
phia a chance In its proteet. t.affm r also admits that
MaffOrd s third strike lu th Brooklyn gam ot Tueaday
wa- a foul, but he told Ward at the time that, atthouith
he kuew he waa wrong, he would not reverse his de
cision "beforft all i people "
Plrst llAseman Charley Douley or the Autrusta Club of
the Southern League who plaftd with Mutile'N New
.urk league tsaiu in 1HW0, arri.ed in town yesterday,
and saw the gam at the Plo gro.mds. Hesn,sthe
Wasluiibion Club wanted to buy Ms release from Au
gustu. but thai lUuager siaillugs held off fur big
money. The crash came soon after, and Do ley la now
free toaigu without havins abouuapuld for bis release.
The Forralrra V..ui lltssa-cleiae Aibinu a.
Athle'ie enthusiaa'a sinon.' the New York Foreateri
have grown tlrd of linpromptu picnic games, and have
piacticAily decided to organize a regular department
for u. e sport. Tuesday's complications emphasized
the necessity for pr mpt action, and a meeting will he
hold early -''' week to lay tin f.iundatiuns uf the new
the n:lin mover in the matter Is John F. Gibbons of
Court friendship. He waa insti umeutal in founding th
ititr a .1 avid-suusequir.tly served a term as its
Pio-ld'iit !ls irs tuO t-orestars are ready to back the
ni movement, and that the charter wilt ho launched
v. .ii; at lea -i that inauv original tne tubers
The association wheu ruliy established will apply for
meinhi ThMip 111 the Mrtroiioiiiaii branch or the A. A- V.
and go in largely for athletics, lis backer assert thut
It has ciore uud'-veloped champions to baud than any
tittiitmc omanielion in the ti .strict, wLUu thesftu
on i d material is also available.
'JVi.asi. mt Nsna-u.ctt Plrr.
VstULAOAglllf Pub. Aug. 10-Tbe Narragausfttt pr
tennis tournament waa contlufted to-day, Th siuglfts
are reduced t lrued. WllMs. P. I. Hall, and Malcolm
f b-vse. Tamorrow Larnod play Willis and Hall plays
ci. as. Tho .in thlfts wr started thu afternoon. The
sii'uuiarlen follow i
linni iw ml W, A Lamed defeated Hall, G 8. 81;
Willi, ilsfeated lisaBe Miller. 8 . 0 , 01: E L Hall
l-te.it-il ftnhaid Stevens. 4 -M, 11 W. 81; Malcolm
fhai-e lefeated John H'twtand 8-4. l.
iloub.es-i'lareocft Hot. art and 11. IX Wrenn defeatel
I: I. Han an I V. ti Halt 3. 7 V. 7 8; Malcolm
Clin.-r ami r il Iluvey detested W, A. Lamed aud O. :i.
C.:iu; .-t-.J. 01, 0 JL
WANTS 20 CAht TUB MATCH OFF.
Tnthlll Mrara Thut Dmsr T til
to Keep Hla Aimment to Flatht Hnrsxe.
Jack Dfttnpftoy's nntimely illness which baa now
taken a rather decided tarn for the worse, lb faot
which was exclusively announced In ths St. Paul de
spatches to Tnr Ktrwafcw days ago, seems to bft the
chief toplo andor dlacuiston In tportlng otrrlea at
prftsent. The Nonpareil's friends, who are legion, ox
prsss the kaenest regret and aymrat iy oror the mis
fortnne which baa befel the one-time Invincible holer.
Their fondest hopas of again seeing Jack reenter the
prlrerlng. which he was forced to abandon after hla
much lamented defeat by Bob Pltrlmraons, prepared
to rebuild Ins erstwhile reputation and retrieve his
lost laurels, have been blasted.
Of "time Jack's Illness wnlneratuate tne cancel
ling of his proposed international match with Oluk
Hurge of Kngland.nhlch waa to have taken place some
titnednrlng the latter part of this rear foraiotKM) a.
ide before the club hanging up thft largest incentive
us 1 iithiii, .nriiiii v h hacker, posted $l,ot)0 with the
Pnrlea 0tawsefaw weeka ago to bind the inatcn, while
Burge deposited a like sum wttn the MwirMa tWsof
London Richard K. Pox waa agreed upon as final
takehnldcr. Tuthlll signed for jueiupaey, and the ar
ticles were at nnca forwarded to Hurge for Ms Isgna
turft. The l-.ng.ishinan signed them, and iha paper
re now on their way over
Since then, howevet. Tut hill, hearing of Dempsey'a
illness, haa sent n despatch to It i chard K. Fox aiating
that, owing to Jack lifting physically tinflt. be would
like to have the match declared off. requesting at the
aamo tltna the return of ins fl.Ofti forfeit money
Hurgft.lt appeara, tearnlugof TuthtH's aontemplated
move, nut in a claim for the 81.00U, which ha aavs
rightfully belongs to him, beoause Leinpsey. bsinw
unable to fight, naturally forfeits to him as stipulated
In th articles or agreement
As the matter stands thft solution la very compli
cated, and trouble ls likely to ensue for both parties.
The MimiM Sh, r. t Fifty.
Norwich, Aug 18. Thft Croquetlata In session at the
ths National Convention elected the following oftloars
for the ensuing year: President. (Jeorge U. rUronf of
New London. Vice- Prlsldcnt, William Holden of I,eo
mlnster. Mass : tins Maurer of Keyport, N. J, and
Charles Orftensllt of Philadelphia; Secretary and
Trftasursr, tX V. Butler of Middletown; Corresponding
Secretary, H. i. Pay of Now York. The Comtnlttfte of
Arrangemants consolidated thn fourth and third divis
ions owing to the baahftilness of th players about en
tering a tournament a only fourth rate playera Young
Willie Knecht thla mornlnir added th acaln of another
champion to his mallet by daf Siting N L Btshon in
a game of only two plays after he ui posseaaion of the
balla QOJ Mamer of Keyport, NT J. the executor of
the most Intricate shots or tha tournament, hat taken
the lead and promises to push the other playera hard
for theohamptonahlp. The second probable winner is
the Itev. Philip tiermond of Treuton. Ijeclslve scores
have alrendy beeu made, as fohows:
A'.iwe. Won, Lol.
Ons Maurer. KejrpOrt, N. J 4 It
W. Knecbt. Man. wan, N. J 2
Philip tiermond. New Yorx 8 '
Charles (ireensl t. Philadelphia J
tleorgn W. Johnson, Philadelphia 2 2
A. W. Dickey. Norwich 1
U, C, Strong. New London
Charles Jacobus, springfleld 'J '
N. L. Bishop. Norwich O 8
E. Btrong, Washington 8 O
O, W. Mansfield, Asburv Grove. Mass 2 O
H. O. Pav. New York 8 1
I Ii. Butlftr. Middletown 2
K. C. Butler. Middletown 3 1
J. M Brewer. Norwich 1
K. M Baldwin. Iianbury 1 8
J B OlmiTant. Wilmington O li
Frank Sisson. New London 0
B. It. Yeasey. Wilmington O
W. H. Apgar. Trenton 0 O
H. T. Crawford, Asburv timvo. Mass 4 O
A V A.lat.ii.'ii . Phiiaifotphia 4 O
fcdward B. Smith. Middlfttown 2 1
N. M. Daventiort, Northampton, Mass 3 1
Charle Juhes, Leominster, Mass 1 2
C. Knecht. Matawan. N. J 2
J. B. Hickman, Wilmington I 2
P. 8. Parnsworth. I eominster. Mass 0 2
Wm. Holden, Mominster. Mass. O a
K. R Barrett. Northampton, Mass 1 3
A. B. Cody, New London. 0 3
At Morris Park yesterday the second eleven of the
borne club plared a rery low scoring game with the
second tsam of the staten Island C. C. and sustained a
defeat by 37 runs and 0 wickets. The score:
MORHtf. PAKE SECOND ELEVEN.
Firtt Inmrg. Srnnd InntngM.
W. H. Rutty, b. Gnerson 0 h. Pool 0
C. McKinney. b. Pool O b. Walker 4
W. O W Hkiuaon, c. Pool, b.
(.rlerson 5 b. Pool 18
O. Myers, b. Orierson 1 h. Pool 2
T. J. O'Reilly, c Pool, b,
Orierson 0 b. Pool. 0
F. T. Mllner. rnn out 0 b. Pool O
D. O'Reilly, b. Pool 0 b. Pool I
II. Martin, b. Grlerson 14 b Walker 10
C. If. Popper, b. Urterson 0 b. Walker 0
R. Miles b Pool a b. Walker O
W. Bourne, Il Orierson 4 b Walker 2
H. L. Rotter, not out n not out. o
Byea lo Bras 4
Leg bye 1 V. lis 1
Total 38 Total 37
STATE ISLAND SECOND ELETBN.
Nr I'lni'i'. sSscoaJ Tuning.
J. Orlftrson. o. Martin, b.
B. H. Pool, bi Myers lo b. O'Reilly 2
Q. Hunter, b. Myers 6
C. A, Pry, L b. w.. b. Rutty . . . 0 c. Wilkinson, b.
K.s Walker, b- Myers 2 e Myers, lx McKin
J. Magnus. 1 b. wM b Rutty.. (1
A. H. Powler. not out 17 h. O'Reilly 8
W. Latrone. b. Rutty 1
0. Haywood, b. Rntijr 4
M. Carrere, b. Ratty f,
E. Beckett. c Mllner. h Rutty. 2 not out 6
Byen 2 Byes fl
No ball 1
Total M W
Km era Id tiun CInb Shoot.
The members of the Emerald Oun Club hold their
regular monthly shoot on Tussday at Dxtr Park.
There was a good attendance. twentyoue members
competing for the best averages in their several
classes, with a class handicap. Each member shot at
ten birds under the recently adopted American Associ
ation ruifts. J. Maesel, in Class A, was thft only straight
scorer with ten: K. Doefnck. in the same class, scored
nine and tied with Ir Klein in Class B. J H Yobs and
L. Pogarty. the scratch men at thirty yards, scored
eight each. Dr. Hudson aud P J. Pltrgerald also scored
eight In their classes.
Sweepstake shooting followed. Or. Hudson and L.
Poiraxty taking first and second moneys The score :
Class A. 28 and .10 Yards J Maesel. 28 yards, in. E.
Doeiuck. 'JH yards. P: P. l.ntz. 2h yards, ti; J H. Yoa.
SO vards. '. L Kokrarty. ' yards. 9; J. P. Husssll. 28
var'ds. Hi Ir Pearson, '2 k vards. 6; O. Nwak, 28 yards.
7; Dr. Hudson, 28 yards, K
Class B. 26 Yards Hr. Klein. 26 yards. 0. J. WoefeL
26 yards. 6; M Qmun. 2.' yards 6; Thomas Cody. 2. S
yards, tl; J. II. Moor. 25 yards, 6; J. Horn. 26 yards,
ft: T P. McKennn. 3ft yard. 4; H. Than. 25 yards. 7;
W. P.. Hogan 26 tarda. 4: N Maesel. 25 yards. 4; P. J.
Fitzgerald. 25 yards. H; R Brown. 25 yards. 7.
Pweepstakes. Fifteen Blue Rocks. 20 Yards Hr Hud
son. 12; L Pogartv. 11: J II. Voas. 9; T. Cfdjr, 0; K.
Maesel. I; Hr. Pearson, ft; P. J. Pltxgerald. 7; M. Uuinn,
4; J H. Moors. 3, il. Thau. 3; W. P.. Hogan. 4; E.
Tke Cricket Won.
RorE aw at Beach. Is L, Aug. in. --a match race for
76 a side was sailed to-day by tbe crack cathoats
Cricket and Alice. The Cricket is the property of James
Freeman, while the latter is owned by Charles West.
The course was from a stake boat anchored oft Ham
mot's dock up Beach channel to and around th red
can buoy In tbe Inlet and return, a distance of about
fifteen miles. The Alice is 21 feet tl inches In length,
white th Cricket measures 2U.06. The Crh-Kct wn.
Her time was 2 hours and 2t minutes. Mr West is
confident that his boat would have w m but for the
breaking of a gaff, and he ls anxious for a return rao
for the ssuis amouut, or double.
One Match In the Ktnten l-lsud t . C. Tcstnla
But one match was played yesterday afternoon in
the tennis tournament of the Staten Island Cricket
Club. In the semi final round of the singles. Pierson
heat TrafTnrd two sets lo one. Tbls leaves Pleraou and
He Host in the final. The score
Man's Hinirles Remi final round t 0, W Pierson,
scratch, beat Perry U. Ti afford, fifteen one. 2 ti, ti 4,
('onIi or thelKliiff
Eogene llnrnhacher believes '. wonld have a u-oo)
chance Against either Jerry Harnett or Cul McCarthy.
and has no objection to meeting either to a finish, if
tho clubs win hang up a proper inducement.
Tom Forrest, who claims that he Is a Ilfesavftrat
RheapHhead Hay. called at Tub Hun ottg last night ana
ststed that he would h pleased to meet Prank Bos
worth. Hob Pitxelmmon's formsr sparring partner, at
ITU pounds Forrest has engaged In soreral battles.
i.i - I -i v t!:" l.m: i-ii lOOjiound ebamplop. has re
rftivi'ii articles of agreument from the (ilymplo A. C. of
Saw nrlrans, where he is booked to meal Jimmy i;..,
man of Newark for a purse of $LtXK, $:)0 of which
goes to the lu-er. Levy artixtd his signature to ths
papers at unco He will tr.tlu ot New Orleans.
Mike Harris, tho light weight who recently gained a
decitdoii over Joe Walcott, it of the opinion that Jack
McAuliffo cannot stop him In ten rounds, providing, of
course. Jack does not e;. u over 195 pounds. Karris
Is not av-rs to r.rrnnumg a match with either billy
Meyer. Paduy Kmitii, Hilly hriist- or Horace Leeds'
Jack Hkelly and 1-Mdie Pltrsa ate not to fight, at least
beforo the Coney Is'uud A. 0 . for the present. Th
pair worft to have bcn the actor." In the "curtain
rawer" pmcedlug th DixonSmitli ncoini'.cr, but It
was thought advleahle to scratch tiiem Jo Likings
worth aud Mic Dunn nf Australia si 111 probably he eu
gaxed in their stead.
Hig Jo McAullffe. aeenrding to report received from
friends In Han PranciHuo. is at preseut in '.rauinu uiider
the frutdance of IU'n y rolft). the well known Wee turn
tratner of fighters, nut ex-heavy-weight hainplnn
Paddy Ryan. McAti'llIe intends to com- i'-ki-t in a
few weeks prepared to meei an hsavv weij;it In the
country He would Iiki a "go " at ( on-y n.uiu.
Charley Kellv nml Sam levy net nt tbt ' -hr t.,..-n,
i r: ;-. , iT'l.i v to arrange a ftirlit at 109 pounds Kelly
vii anxious and iostni ftlOO to hind the niatoii. L-vy
evidently did not like ilie looks o! Kelly, and a.ihougn
he clalinsd some Hnift auo thnt Kelly ito ju-i hi- aua.
he rhisoi to uiaka a match, stating that lis had agreed
lo a fight in private-
An iiivltau n to attend Hie contest between Jack
Cattauach of Providence and Steve i -. n .-. . of Aus
tralia, at Coney Utuud to inorow nig in. has been ac
cepted hy Jim c'orhett Jim is anxious to be prftvnt to
sUe im the Australian moro than any man. for, should
he whip Cattanach. lift will be a rival tor the heavy
weight honors in the near future. O'liuunftiL accord
ing to Peter Jackson, who taught til ut his llrst Isssons
In the manly art. and who lis known him sines child
hood is tbe clftverest big man Australia lias produced in
a loiifr while. He baa mowed down all the heavy weight s
of the antipodes who have faced hiin except Joe Ood
dar.1. Kiiouid ' I ''.in il win be will probably be pitted
against Hob Fllfiiumons. Joe Cboynskt, or some other
jfiii d one o'Uonnull. It may be interesting to note, la
of ftxac'.ly tbe g.tme height, weight, and reach as
tbe champion. He ls nlo of the same age, and in
many respects his style of if tiling Is similar.
Awerlcs. la Forging Abend
In everything, l rbsna Wine oiuuany'e "00.4 Seal"
Chanpeguo U ftxoollsd by no foist btaud. aJa.
FAVORITES BADLY BEATEN.
KINaSTON, AJAX, AND SABCOK AMOXO
TUB DBFBA1BD AT MtONMOVTB.
Tho Owjrr ( h.niplnn and the Orfel Tkrae.
I,.r.lil Wrr onrrrtl.a Too Mack
l.Bk4 to Th.lr Oponnenta WllSVJSMS
Mrt Raina at K.ca MTalKhta. and Hla
I ... Carrlea Itlm Thronck DerTarsllla,
Aalkcm, Wlldi.oort, Plckalckar, Hnaora,
and Bnaacttaw Taatrdai.a Wl.nrr,.
Iln.okrs of favorites had a hard time of It at
Monmouth Park yerterdaT. llassotlaw alone
wlnnlne for the faithful who had seen Kings
ton, l'ochlno, (lasoon, Ajax. and Lumberman
s;o down with their tnoner belore tho vic
torious outsldors. nassotlaw's was tho last race
of the day. nnd fowpersone had mnney enough
to bet at the short price at whlh tho book
makers held the son of Ht. Himon. Kingston
and Si were unable to concedo tho weight
asked of them, and the Cnllfornlan Wlldwood
was overlooked In the craze for Gascon. The
weather was splendid, and tho track fast.
Kingston was favorite for the first raont
throe-quarters of a mile, but a great deal of
money went on Derfargilla at the close.
When the (lag fell Hlinms rushed ivr
fargilla off In front, and In the first furlong
she was olear of her held. At the end
of throo furlongs she was Wiling by throe
lengths, with Chesapeake seoond, and Kingston
third. A furlong from home Trtral went to
work on Kingston, but the old horse was never
nliln to got up. and lierfargilla. ridden out,
won by a length. Chesapeake was third.
The cumbersome field of thirteen two-year-olds
fuoed Starter Rowo In the seaond race, a
dash at Ave furlongs over tho straight course.
The talent made Mr. John Hunter's colt
l'ochlno favorite, the sour-tempered youngster
having SImms up. which must have been tho
main reason furnnybody betting on trim. Tho
others were at long odds. The California colt
Oordius ran away in hit preliminary gnllop,
and ho tried to get awny with I.amly nn the
way to the post. There was a long delay
beforo the flag fell to a fair start, the
rank outsider Little Pilot being as good
as loft. M I nt y i .-. Pochlno. Anthem, and
Galloping King mado the running until the
flnul furlong, where cluytou. on Anthem,
shook the others offend won very handily by
three lengths. Galloping King stalled olTtlio
rush made by Gordlus at the end. and so
cured second money by a very smnll msrgin.
Molntvre and l'ochlno are a pair of costly
Gascon wns an ndds-oo favorite for the third
race, and all tho plungers unloosened their
purse strings and bet tlielr limit on th Bash
ford Manor Fttnn's gooJ-looklng son of Fal
setto. Tho outcome of the race was a great
surprise. After Centella had led for three fur
longs Gascon and Wild wood moved up. Wild
wood was a candidate lor the llroolclrn Handi
cap last spring, but did not leave California in
time to take part in the big race. His races nt
Monmouth prior to yesterday's performance
were none too good, lut the colt wns cvidentlv
short of work. Vosterday with Hamilton in
the saddlo he was a great race hor-o. and when
little Clayton tried to get away with the favor
ite the California crack was riulii with him.
Despite whip and spurs ireoly n ml Gascon
was overmatched aud thu race went to Wild-
wood by a length.
Ajax was favorite for the fourth race at a
mile, but tlie three-year-old was cmeeding so
much weight to such good performers as
Picknicker, Lizzie, and Michael that before
the betting ceased the price gradually length -eriod
against the threi.-yoar-old and at post
time he was in almost equal demand with 1 Iclt
nickor. When the flag fell Ajax outran his
field, but I.amly took him back, and in com
pany with Picknicker and Llzzto they ran the
first half mile In 47 seconds. Michael, the other
starter, trailing nnd apparently being outrun,.
Hounding the lower turn Lizzie and Ajax were
head and head. Pickering, with more judg
ment than many persons credited him with
possessing, taking a slight pull on 1 ieknleker.
Ajax collapsed at the entrance to the stretch,
and Lizzie was winning when Picknicker. fol
lowed by Michael, rushed up. TnraU instead
of going on theoutsldo with Michael, went up
In the middle, ajid in a general humping
match between the tired quartet tho wlgert
representative got the worst or It. Pickering
straightened Picknicker out and managed to
win by half length, while Lizzie heat Michael
a noso for secoml money, d'h" llrst half inilo
In 47 seconds cooked Ajax. but Lamly prob
ably rode to orders.
After the rsco Mr. P. J. Dwyer offered to
match his mare Madrid against Lizzie for
SI nml a side the race to be run to-morrow
nnd each to carry 107 pounds. Although Hill
Daly was confident that Lizzie could defeat
Madrid he would not make tho match.
It seemed farcical to offer SI. 000 for a con
test betwoen such cattle as Lumberman, ho
nora, and Anna 11, but the trio named alone
appeared in tho fifth rue. Lumberman was
made an odds-on favorite, but Honors ran him
into the ground in half a mile, nnd won clever
ly. Anna B. was outstripped In the early part of
tho race, but closed a big gap at tho finish, and
beat tho favorite for second money.
Bassetlaw was an almost prohibitive favor
ite for the maiden race that wound up the pro
gramme. He was sluggish ut the start, and
Hamilton had to shako him up In order to
overhaul iSam Bryant. He soon had Lake
land's candidate in trouble though, aud won
away olT. Hamilton ssnt him an extra five
furlongs, in preparation for some race, nnd
the Kngllsh colt pulled up in good condition.
Clinton, in a drive, beat Sam Bryant for second
Thero was great jubilation at Monmouth
over tho fact that Linden had secured a license.
It is a certainty that a meeting will bn held at
tho pretty track next fall under the auspices of
tho Linden Park Blood ilorso Association.
Purse $1,000. of whl'-li '.'" to .econd r.ndtiooto
Hunt; for all agei; peu.ttle. anil allowanc,,. .i fur
louse Kancocaa Slable'e ch. f. fterfaryllla. 4. iy OBOBdSffS
KIitDoro Si in in.'. I
M. K. Dwyer'ehr. II. Klliselon. SS'd. l-'l' I.riil 3
J. B. Juobonaltt'i cb. i riieiun.ake, aued. 11)1 (Mi.i-
O.ild Dollar alio ran
Pott BMttns Seren to .', annul Klnfeton. 11 to 5
Cheupeake. 13 to B l.T(iiritiu. ao to l i i.i Dollar.
Ill "Ml HACK.
Puree fl.ooo. of which $200 lo eecond and $100 ta
third, for Baldest two veariolil; welK'hta 10 poundi
below the .rule; Dvr furlong
J. K Peppei'e rh. f. Antbetu. 2. by Faltette Tendrop.
106(a rlaylon). 1
n Mm. i . Ii c Uordiun. IOH (I-nmlyl X
Ii...:. Ultlcfleld'e b. c. lialloplnf King, lOSd.lttle-
Mi. "ii.t 1,'nr, ii Nabtns. Sprlnkli., I'araeang, Pnchlno,
B,h.eiiier. Nuntenee. M. luiyn . Iron.lilea, and Little
Pilot alio ran.
Time. 1 01V(.
Poet Betllns Five to 2 against Porblao, no. 1 flnr
'11 mi- il to 1 Micmsc Imuran. 7 to 1 Peraaang. s .. i s.,h
tua. H to 1 Molntyre. 10 In 1 Anthem. 1.", I" 1 Oall.ipiug
King. 20 to I He.iemer 20 to 1 Spritikl.. do la 1 Iron
alilei. 100 lo 1 Little I'llol, 100 lo 1 Nonsense.
Puree $1,000, of which S2oo to eecond and $100 to
third, tor three-year iilde anil upward a blch have not
v.. in si ii "i ht IHWilAHil wlnoli have run ami not won
at Dili meeting; eeven fnrlonf a
A. Otlllixcr'n br. c Wlldwood. 4, by Wllilldle Fedora
IV., 11- Hamilton i 1
Unihrord Huuor M.w.-'. b. h. Oaacon. 6. 112 (A.
Kanrocii. Statile'a h. m. Kllderr. & (Klrami) 3
Ambulance and tcntella ale" rau.
rime. 1 2HH.
Post Betting Twenty to U oullasoon. 44 to 1 agaln.t
Kildrer. :, to 1 Wildwooil. 20 lo 1 Ambulance, 20 to 1
Handicap sweepslakeefor Ihree-year-oldsand upward
or tlfiescb, with $1.0OO added, of which $.100 lo eec
ond and $HHlto third; one tulle.
J. Stuart's 1. Ii Pirkuii ker. 5. by Mr. Plokwlck
Sliamrork. 10H (Pickering) 1
W. t . mil r h. in Llzr.ie. h. noil Lainty) 3
H. A Swigert'i ill. h il.. :,,,. I. B, 1 )!' j (taral) S
A ax also ran.
Poet Betting Kl.ven to 10 against Ajax. 11 to S Pick
Bicker. .'. to 1 LUzlc. 8 to 1 Mi. ii..rl.
i n i II RACK.
Purte $1,000. ot which $200 to escond. and $100 to
third. f"r hiiraes which have run aud not won at the
meeting, sailing allowances, six rurlongs.
J. lliippert, Jr.'s. cli f bonora, 4. hy HI Ban llefrao-
Una. U7 lA. Clayton) 1
J. A. A II.. A D. II. Morris's b. f. Anna U, 4, 102
Thomas oreeu's ch. o. I.iimhrrinan. S. en (T. Hluane).. 8
Tlmr. 1 :lr,H.
post Betting Ten to n on Luuihermau. 13 looagatnsl
Anna It , 1U to f, atfulnst honora.
Puree (1,000. of which $2H) to eecond and $100 to
Ihlnl. for nialiietie of all agu.; thr.e-yesrolds and up
ward alio, el trn pounds, six furlouga.
W Ka. ton's br. o. Hu. sella.. 3. by bt. Siiih.ii Mar
quesa lo.', lllaiiililonj 1
Ha.lifor'l Manor's b 0. Tm-.u. J, I" . IA. t'l.ylon)... 3
W. Uai eland's h. c Sam Bryant. 3. lc& (Sliniat) 8
Baiard a. id tueen Isabella al.o ran.
Time 1 H(2.
Posi Hetllug Pour to 1 on Bas.etlaw, r, to 1 against
Sam Bryant. A lo 1 Bayard. ;)0 to 1 t'nmou. 40 to 1
Notva tVoaa tale Kara Track.
Galloping King is a lino 1.. iking cult, hut
like ltaiuii he is ulways triflo short of ths
In lustlea to Jockey Doggett, it must be said
that he rode Hlr Walter in the Omuibus strictly
Michael Is quite s horse just now. Hs was
running very strong when Interfered with
Wagers are belns; made that there will be no
racing In New Jersey In Uecember. January,
or 1- obi uury.
Sonors cost tlO,CKX). hut shs is no beauty by
any means, and was entered to be sold for
Little Pilot ls ons of ths colts sold at the
Oebhard sale. Ho Isn't sa big as a Mexican
burro. The lad who rod liliu seemed proud
because he got off last, and -looked around to
be sure that none of the others were behind
Thers will b plenty of racing this fall In the
vicinity of Now York If Llizahoth. Linden.
Clifton, and Outtsnburg are all In the field.
Oordius is a haid-inouthed brute, but he
must be a fair colt, as he ran nway before his
race, only to run a croditnble second to
Aisx stopped to nothing at the nnd of soven
furlongs. The first half mile was run in 47
seconds and the last Im If in ...i' seconds. All
were staggering at tho end.
Davy Johnson Is making It interesting for
his fellow bookmakers. He bet $..ri(T) on Wal
cott to win tho last race on Tuesday, but still
quit Sr.00o ahead on the day.
Fatality, the filly that McCafTortv A Wlshard
fave 8.000 for at Bt. Louis when W. O'ft,
Mncdonnagh sold some of his two-year-olds.
Is named to start in the t altered Handicap to
day. Hhe is very speed:..
TO-DATS HACtltO eVKMflew
Th. Carteret Handicap anil the Freehold
Hlasie. on Monmouth. Card.
The Monmouth Park managers announce nn
attractive programme, with the Carteret Hand
icap for two-year-olds and the I' roohold Stakes
for I lire.-year olds and upward as tho lending
features, John Cooper. Declare, titonenellie,
and Beldemere head the field of seventeen, so
far as weights are concerned. In the handicap,
while lincelaiid. Diablo, and I Ickpookot will
carry tho heaviest Imposts in the Freehold
Stakes. The other races have not tilled with
as large fields as tho stake events, but there Is
good racing material throughout the card.
The conditions, weights, and entries follow lu
First Race -Sweepstakes for two year ..Ids which
have run and not won since July 2. ol $lf each, with
$l.ooo a.iil.-.i. or which J.o . to second and $100 to
third, selling ellowAncca; live furlongs.
Dollv colt HlHjVenustitirg .".
Meddler lo:t Courtney Wl
Black Hawk HOT tialaxy MO
Jon l,ee . lirt
Second Race Sweepstakes for three-year olds and
upward tvhloh have not Won more tli.in .tie rare since
July 2. of $tr, each, with Sl.oon added. ..I Inch Suuo
to second and $100 to third; seven turlonge
Soundmore 112 Michael 112
Nomad 112,1h i Ironmaster HOT
Vetlihu:. 112 Nero list
l.oiig l!ea''h 112 Trea-ure ln.
I'lckncker. lldiSiale.- Mary loo
Third Mac.. The 1'ar.eret Handicap, a nweepelakex
for two veafolds. of sllOT each, balf forfeit, w lib t3 '
added, of w Inch $7.'.o to the second and t3JK) to tlie
t ill! '1 . 'il -' (ll'ill.T of a ill...
.lehn I'ooper I IP; Mr. .1 Ingle 1H7
Declare. llNliinfarld lo".
I i"i mii ...I i . : . in on Inr.
:: n ...i 11 2 1 Fatality III.
B.ideinere IlliPrlg lo.l
Armtiag.. lOPlllrahma no
Hr R'.lgnnll log factotum 100
Dockatader lOH.Marblepo.t MB
Fourth Race The Freehold Stakes, for tl.ree-vear-olda
and upward, of trvt each. Sir, rnrfelt, with $l,nt)0
added, of which $.'l-'0 to the second and I1B0 lo the
thiol; selling allowances, one nine nnd a furlong.
Raceland 114 Now or Nei.r lot
Diablo 114 Stockton . lis
Pli'kpni-ltet 112 Kilkenny , wl
Ju tell lOSlhlef Justice 112
Kinglet ion Best Brand HO
Mrth llare-sweepstakea for three-vear-old. which
ha v.- not w.n In 1KI . or t IB each, with 11.000 addeil. of
which $2(si to .. ri.nd and $loo to third; selling allow
ances; live furlongs.
La Diva 110 Plea colt 101
Minnehaha 107 Ttnv Tim H7
May Lo.e loj Krlexe Uf
Pabas 10J Plet.elan wr.
Accident mi King Sam 112
sixth Raco Sweepstakes tor all ages which hare run
and not won more than tiirec raie, at till, meeting, of
16 each, with $1 Oou added, or which $200 to second
and $100 to third; olio mile
Raceland I'.'l alien 109
Tho Ironmaster ..10H ,Tieasure 102
RACIXO AT CLIVTOX.
JDtckeraoa XVln. a Good Race Over as 11L
lasce nf Csround.
The Clifton track drew another goodly crowd
yesterday, and tho racing was fully up to that
of the past few days. Three favorites re
warded their backers by winning, and tho
victors In the remaining races were well sup
Osrlo opened favorite in the first race, but a
strong undercurrent set in In favor of Vo
calize. Vocalize made all tho running and
won by two lengths from Osrlo. who bout Jim
Dunn four lengths for the place. Clerloo. who
rode i isric. did not ride in his usual form and
allowed the colt to swerve badly near the fin
ish, although It ls doubtful whether Osric
oould have won in any ovent. A few who bad
bet on Osrlo clamored to tho judges, but the
officials wisely took no notice of it.
Runaway had the call In tho second race, a
live-furlong scramble for two year-olds. Ha
zel was a well-supported second choice, and
easily disposed of her company. War Lord
got socond money by half n length from Salvia.
The third race was tin) most evclting that
the CJlftonltos have seen since tlie beginning
Of th meeting. Kxperience was held at the
short price of 7 to ."i. with Dlckorson heavily
backed, and going from S at the opening to 2
to 1 as they wont to the post. King Leo was
Daeamakor for tile llrst rolls, when Dlckorson
and Lxperionce closed on him. As tiiey parsed
the last sixteenth pole Dlckorson was 1. adiug,
with King Leo. l.xperience. and Lucky t l-.ver
In close company. They llnished heads apart
In the order named.
Double Cross was the good thing in tho
fourth raco. Getting the le.id at the start ho
romped In front to the llnisli, winning hy two
lengths from Bt. Patrick, who bout Khnftan
live lengths for tho place.
Adair was an even-money choice in tho fifth
race, and at the weights It was n gift to the
speedy son of St. Blaise. Ho was llrst away,
and the outcome was never in doubt, tne
favorite romping home two lengths in front of
Billy B., who got second money In a drive from
Foxford ny a head.
Third Cousin lilt v was the talont's fancy for
tho last race and was a loal good investment
nt sin ; She outclassed her company, anil,
getting awav in front, was an easy winner by
three lengths. Mamie Kelly beat 1'pstart u
neck for the place. Summaries lollow:
Puree $400; selling: lis ami n half furlongs.
J. H. McCorinack's hr. c. Voc,ule, 3, by Vocalic Rose.
HP (lionouue) 1
J. Da Long's g. osrlc. 4. 1 1 1 i clerical 3
F. llrown'e b. h Jim Dunn. .". 101 (liwyer) 3
1'.. ar do 1.1. n. Tiup'iy. Buckeye, and Hay lay also
Time. 1 :33Js
Post Betting Flvo to 4 on iiitio. 7 tor. against Vocal
ire. U lo I .Inn Dunn, 12 lo I Hay lay, 15 lu 1 Trophy,
20 to 1 Buckeye. 20 to 1 Ca ur da Lion.
BKl ONI) BAUK.
Purs. $400; for two year olds; live rnrlon's.
a. (igllvle's b. f Hazel, by Knight of Kller.lie t.ucre-
tla. lOtt (E, Tribe) 1
W. L. ila ' met- ' b. g. War Lord. 1 o-t (II. Jones). 2
Venture Statue's ch. f. Sal la. pul il'unaey) 3
Baseman, Briar sell l.ng. lionuJa. liars Devil, Mamie
.. and Runaway al.o ran
Time. 1 :04.
Post Retllng-Sdx to n again.! Runaway, 2 t" 1 Hazel.
4 to 1 War l.oed. lo 1 Florin. la. M to I Salvia 30 lo 1
Briar tod, ling. 2o to 1 Mamie s., 2 lo 1 Dare Devil, ,,0
to 1 li... .i.i. .a
I'm. t'.'.n. setting, on. mile and three furlongs.
J. H. Mct'ornmck s br. h. Dlcker.on. n, he Juike of
Moi.ir.'te Vlllrtl'i. laj dlroakei 1
J. Reiser's Ik c King Leo .1. is) (II. Joneai 3
W. Rouse's b h I'.xpei .enee. aged ll.s .Market) 3
Klylnn, l.ulnare colt. Lucky t'iover, and rulrPlay
Post Batting S.ven to .r agiiiiis' BxptrlsnOS, 2 to 1
in. . - n. 3io i i.ucky Clever, H to 1 Kiyiou. lotoi
King Lea. 50 to 1 Fair IM.iy. 50 to 1 U Jln.iio cell.
FllL'IlTH IHt F..
rurs. $400: selling; six and a half 1 arl'ings
Auburn hial.le's ch. c. Duulile Cru.n.. 4. hy ratistiis
Mollis M freer). 110 (.1 W.berl 1
V. Hollar's ch. g ht. Patrick r,. In, iH Moirl.) J
Khaftan Slat.ln's hr. g. Khsftsp, a.'ed, H'3 (J), yer). . ft
In.- si. I oouzales al.o ran.
Ti 1 23i4
Post Betting- Ton to I. on Double Croa. 3 lo 1 against
Khattall, U lu 1 hi. I'litrlek, 1.. : I leiu.llt'S. 2U to 1
Purse $noo. telling; five : . . ,
D a. Ilunlg'a h. g. Adair, e. hy st lll.ilse Anilaslnda,
rhesapeake stable's 1. c Billy .s,;t 1.7 1 1 Jones).. 2
C. F. Sui. tiers', ti Ii. Foxloid. .'.. Ms lliiti 3
Klowab. Rear i.uar 1. and irorus also lail.
post Betting Fven money again. Adair, 2 to 1 (.'ro
cue. 3d. J Rear Guard, lo lo 1 Jl.ily a , 2U lo 1 Koxfurd.
CO to 1 Klowslu
Purse S4O0; foor and a half furlongs.
J. F. Shea's b. f. by llcrsan fluid 1 on. In. 3. 103 (E.
B ii I. aid's h. r Mamie K-lly. a. llollwyeri. 2
Saniares Blable's b. g t'pslart. 3, lor.iw ',,,., -.
Lawrence, flara-l. fJakiawn. r. ii.tnut. itep.y hliy. Ad
Just. IlupiTuI, oprlug. nnd Bill. a also rau.
Time. II T.O'-t.
Post llettitig-F.lght to T. igain.l Third t'ousln filly, ft
to 1 Mamie Kell). 4 lo 1 It ... , (Jam ti to 1 hazel S to I
Reply lllly. Illlol Idjust, lo 10 1 Lawrence. Ij to 1
Dukla.D. 20 (0 1 ijou.tuut. 20 lo 1 Hop. lut, 30 10 1
This Is the programme for to-duy:
First Race Five-elghlbs of a mile; sidling. (Jrey
Eagle. 110. Klallanils 107: Loriui.randBerwyn.il.'
each; hxarresaud Johuetla, lot each; Mamie II II,
ir,2; Honest Tout. I'd; .Bob Sutherland stnl Kentucky
Lady. US eaflh; lartarian. PT: liur Maggie. Naaaday
and Tom Karl, li.', each; Mary S W2
Second Haea Four and it half furlongs. Briar g.ld
tng. Hll. Arsbl Pnsha, I'si. Jlemile Smith, pp. Romeo.
Walebi'iiaiin, Capt. : u. : it. Hi. and bsl.le. PH
each. War Lord and I. malic, U6 ea-11; Biostmn and
Mauie B n.'l ea. h
Third Race- One mil.. Tommy Dixon, Darkness,
atontellh. 110 each. Leonardo. 107; Harry Hluck.ou.
Marshall, 103 earb.
Fourth Race Seven-elghtht of a mile Speoulatlon.
I'm Ills. ktli. an. Eclipse. Skedaddle, ah r.n.ite, 103
eaeh. li W look. 103: Marguerite. 1U.
Fifth Kaoe Tbreaiiuarlera uf a mile, telling. Clem
ot. 112. I.aar.l. led. Harry Atanzo. Tain I'lyun. B.aa
Mi Dull. 102 each. Japonic loo. Jim Fagin. .;.
Sixth I'.sce Six and one balf furlong, lioozalea.
Jim li'iiin. DoncAster, Mri'oriaa k. Kerry (low. Jay 1J11
El. lllleacli; Mare. das sorreuto. Onyx, l.ouiauuo. Feu
Foll.l gelding. 107 each. Mty P.. I".'..
tJrtaaS l'rore..iouai 4 i Hug Kaaea.
ktsnhaltaa FleM. Saturdar. HUP. II. Ail the great
il Jaia. A J.s.uu. 36 aud 60 CIS.-AJ.. 1
OVTBIDKBM BCOBB AT HABATOQA.
Pilnr. n.relT.r aad t'ssstrl Carrletl OsT Ik.
Biratooa. Ail. It!. Tho progrninme an
nounce 1 for to-day promised good siiort and
furnished It. Delter racing could hardly be
imagined, and class figured In nearly every
event. Hut there wore few cheerful faces after
It was all over. Dobbins being ths only favorite
to score. Two stakes wero on tho card, the
Orand I'nlon Hotel and the Poster Memorial.
Doth Wero handicaps, and bolh went to light
weights that were figured as not class enough
to .cfe.it their heavier weighted oppononts.
For tho long race Chnrnde. Lowlatidor,
Striithin.'ath. Prince Docelver. and Dundee, j
faced the fl.'tg. and itwasa fierce betting ovent. i
Charade was the nominal favorite In some
books und S'tiathieeath in others, the odds
ranging from H to Tito 11 to b. I.owlnhdor at
4 tol was heavily played by the public, anil
(ireen Morris fancied him to the tune nf a good
bet himself. Cy dnynes, the owner of Prince
Deceiver, played his colt with small money
all over tho ring, and there was a demonstra
tion In favor of Dundee tnwnrd tho
end that drove his price from 10 to U to 1. The
race was a hollow victory lor Prince Doeelver.
and a good performance. He led from start to
finish, and won -.wingine In ftolDt. Strath
tnriili and Charade had a strugodo for the
place, hut Morris's horse had little trouble In
the last sixteenth to defeat. Hi- .Motr.ipolitan
winner. LowlanrteriUtt at three-quarters of
a mile. Dundee sulked.
Connors won thetwo-yenr-old stake, it li to 1,
and there was considerable talk about the dif
feronee In the form displayed to-day nnd Hint
of bis lasl appearance. I lien looked to thn
talent a good thing on paper, but there ls
room lor suspicion that .he is n somewhat
overrated animal. Henella's weight undoubt
edly told, but the race was not a good one. It
time Is taken as n test. s the selling platers
ran just as fast In the second race. Kentigetna
defeated bt. Maxim nnd William T. handily In
the opening dash. Prod Douglass, the im
ported colt, showed In this race that
he possesses merit. Mack's victory In
Hie second race wns a comparatively
easr one. and Clementine defeated an odd-on
favorite in Acclaim lu the mile. Dobbins
scored the first Saratoga vlotory for Mr. Croker
In the last raco. which would not have been so
easy-had l.lla Smith got away on even terms
with tlie colt. She Is one of the Fair string, by
Joe II". I., i. ami bus a great turn of speed.
This was her second appearance here, and I
boili times. aHer being practically left, she
closed up strong nnd just missed getting a
placing, nummary follows:
Purse $.",00. for two-year olds; Hv. and a half fur
long,. M.til, son stable's ch. f. Kentlgerna, hy tlreenland
E'll.to. los ilrving) 1
r. t-'.e i.ehmann A sou's ell. c. si. Maxim 11 1 d.liiy) 2
I'. I . Han's Ik g Wll lam T, 111 aii-.l. u-i 3
iluckreue. Fred Douglass. I ua Colorado andLucatta
alt i ran.
Time. 1 lORkf
Post Beltlng-RleTen too agutnat William T 13 to 5
St Maxim. 4 to 1 Keuilgerna.
Purs. $6C0. for taree year-old.; three quarters of a
.1. A. Mahonev's br. c. Mask, hy lllnyar Lena Oliver.
1 12 ii Kzsiminon.v 1
(A II. aellmairs fa f Fanny Beverley Pll i Noble) 3
Maltese 'u a stable's br. c Don Fulano, 1 12 .Miller) 3
Nick, Ueit Banner. Waiaac. ... and bobby Burna alao
Time, I 111.
P. at Re' tu g -Four lo 1 against Mask, 4 to 1 Fannr
Beveriey. 4 to 1 Don Falaud.
Tho Fo.ter Memorial Handicap: puree $1,700. of
which ji i i to second and $100 to third; on. mile and
T. II. steeena's ch c. Prince Deceiver, 8, hy Deoeiver
-Prince.. Chuck. IK) K Dogg.tt, 1
O. It. Morris s b, g. Slratiimcath. 6. 114 (Noble) 2
W. It. Joins, hr c Charade. 4. 115 (Blax.J 8
Lowlauder .ml Dundee alao ran.
I nine, iiii.".
ro.t Betting Nina to 6 against Charade, B to ft
Stun: iiieath. lo to 1 Prlnc. Deceiver,
Orand i in. .a Hotel stakes Handicap, for two.y.ar
olds; purte $2,000. of which $3."A) lo second and Slot)
to third; alx furlongs
C. Smith's b c Connors, by I'ncas Sandola, 07 ft?.
O. B. Morris's oh f Lllen 112 (Noblek 3
Mrs c. Iboiuaa'ah c. Charley T . BO (McLain) 8
sen Ha. Ilauulleas. and Tribute alto ran.
Pott Betting Even money agatntt Kllen. 6 to 1
Charlie T , a to I Connora
Puree $nO0: telling; one mile,
C. i'l.i-eiiiiiaii ii A son's ch. f. Clementine, 4. by Fonto
I.miy Coaler. Ins (Lilly) 1
O. W. Lelhy A Sou's b m Acclaim, fi. 107 iMorrls). 3
Mrs. E. Puma's b. c Re del Mar, 8, 103 (Thorpe) 8
Leigh also ran.
Time. 1 :12V
Post Betting Seven to fi agalntt Acclaim. 3 to 1
Clementine, tl to 1 R.y d.l Mar.
SIX i II HACK.
Purse $500, for two-year-olds; four and a balf fur
longs. R. I roker'e ch. c. Dobhlna. hy Mr. Pickwick Thora,
113 i VcDermott) 1
J. H. Carr's b c. Major tieneral. 107 (Blake) 3
Madison stable's l, f. Tokeu. lot (T.iiodtrey) 3
Illinois, i allien Lllo smith. Pansy colt. Nancy Lea,
aud Designer ale. ran.
Post Betiing-Tu-enty to la on Dobbins, 40 to 1
agalntl TokLn. . i t. 1 Major C.neral.
Entries for to-morrow follow:
Fir.t Hace-Flve furlongs Helen. 105; Jake John
tou. Prtmiit, lo2each; H.icyon. liu; Wang. R.publlc.
US each; Julia. P.".
Second Rnce-Fite f irlonga. Kt Anthony, Wreatler.
112 each; Issie O. 111). Mrlanle, 107. Mullet. lOfi; Lit
tle Ired. Ian King. Panhandle, 102 each, Highland,
1 17; Sandowne. p.",
Third Ra-e three quarters of am le V.llow Rose,
111. I'rou etiaCe, Mnrmo.e 10", ea-h; Tar i.nd Tartar,
Fred l ar il. Iu4 eaeh: llnrock. I.ettoon. Jealer. Plenty,
Jooeacli; Poiydora. I'M: liuteli Oven, ".la; Ragna 11)3. .'
Fourth Race -one mile and a eixternth. San Jouauln
110. Knapp. 10S. Acclaim. Henry Voung. 107 each;
Rey del Mar. llettyabiirg. 10.1 etch, Wuodcraft, 102;
Mreno. 1)7; Mane K.. '.ol. Lotton. 112
llf.h Race Four and a half furlongs. Foxhound.
King stock. 1 12 tacit; Mary, Miss Ihomsa (Illy. Vl.lon.
Rebecca Ron-ell tilly, lop eaeh; Faustioa coll. 102;
sixth Race Steeplechase, full course Pat Oakley,
152; Return, 144, i.r.ij Fox, 141; l.ijero, 1.1.",. Sleet.
tlXVES ORIS ITS LICENSE.
The Town IViaiOal n Sewer und the Fee
Will Build It.
Elizabeth, Aug. in. The Township Com
mittee of I.lndon township last night voted 7
to I to grant a license to the Linden Tark As
sociation for flvo years at a compensation of
f.'.OOO a year, tho first year's feo to go toward
building a sower from llosella to tidewater
It was the anxiety to obtain this sewer that
finally won over the tewn committeemen that
heretofore have been opposed to llcoiislug tho
race track, and who last spring were elected on
the citizens' anti-race track linnet James If.
English, former President of. thtt Linden
l'nrk Association, and In den O. Appleby
attended the meeting, and Mr. English
made a strong Bpeuch for the applica
tion, gutting a favorable consideration.
He said it was nn Injustice to the Linden track
to keep I closed when every other race track
In Now Jersey was imrmitted to do business.
John 1". Sidiining. "no of tlie coinmltteemen,
entered a feeble prutest ngalnst the license,
and wanted action deferred for two weeks.
This was voted down, il to -. and then the
original motion wns put and carried. Every
member of tlie committee was preterit. The
Law and Order League is very wrathy over
the mutter, nnd claims that it was sold out by
the very men it elected to light sgalnst the
race track. Tim imperative necessity for hav
ing a sewer, hnwevor. as has beeu shown, was
sulTli'lent tooutweight all tho Influence that
the league could bring to bear to defeat the
action of the town committee.
V A (ISO IX ENGLAND.
The, tin. en of Ksrnrra Win. Iba Great
Northern l..-tn- SaiialLes.
London, Aug. Ilk The race for tho Great
Northern Leger Stakes of HOO sovereigns was
run to-day at Stockton, nnd was won hy Mr. It.
Swanwi'k's nay filly (Jueen of Navarre, by fial
II. nd. .mi ..f Iii'iii eluti.i . Sir It. Jardine'a bay
colt i iitiiiibg. lo- Wisdom, oufnf Hriony. was
second, and VV, Winn's unnamed chostnut colt
by 'i'ortiue. out of Lady .Salisbury, third.
Five F.tvnrlle. Il utrn nt Glr.ure.ter.
i;i.oi'-K.lK. Aug Hi. Only one favor!!, won. Three
second choices und (wo outsiders captured Hit other
lirsi Race -s'even eighths of a mile. Ben Klngiberry
llOiLyhci . Ifitol won. Ro.eherry. 110 (laher). 1 to
2. s. ..lid, ivallur Lauiplivll. I lo (Moore), ao to 1 thtrd.
Tumi, 1 111
heeou.l Race scveii-elgbths of. mile. Hlrlngf.llow
ic- ...... 2 lo I. won, Markstone, lloilfam) 10
tol. second, Wyoming. 110 iTab-r. 10 lo I. ihlrd.
Third Race Seveu and a half rurlongs. Blackwood
li. I II. hi. i 2 to 1. won Airahaft. lOil (Kucheii). 2 lo 5
second n. a. I, . Victim, lOi) it . i.m, . .. to to 1
third Tune. 1:41).
Fourth llae.i live Mghllis of a mile Fagln. U7
fCirl.tey). 2 lo 1 wan. Kilo. 102 (Morrtaaeyi .1 to ,-,
aecondi keune. i7 illuun U lu 2, tblro. Time. 1 :t)2.
fifth itaee i . . .-..-'' s of a mil. mti .lent tot
(Ham. o to 1. won l.ul'e Bravo, HIS iNsison), a to 1
.en. lid, Archli'aliop. IOC (hueheuj, even, third. Time.
hiiili Race- i'our und a half furlongs. Maid of Hlar
in i 111 (Kueheu) 2 to 5. won. La Jalve llllv as
(Moshyi. a to 1. .e.ond. Ptolemy, 100 (Johnsou), 20 to
1. third Time, 0:.'.s
This la Hie programme for to morrow i
Flr.t llae. Hue and a ijuarler miles National. 112
Jatnestowii. ins t'anadlau illadston., 103, Little Mc
l.owan. lot: 1 .i in, PS.
Second Race l Ive-eiglithsor a mile; three year-olds
Bell of Feruloy, tlrav Foreit, Mita Nannie, Birdl.colt,
ea.b 1U3: lilacs Hull lit
i.n a l(ao Four and a half, furlongs. King Boh.
Itftl Voting Loiter,., sheblark. Pentance, Red Elm
eiii-h 111. Denrgs B. Prince Peyton, Delualou. each
107. Uornlug (dory. 102
Fourth Race se.en.elghtha of a milt. Chatham.
Ills sir l a'esby. 105, Traterte. lot; Charon, PS; For
gn Me Not, VI
Fifth Raio-Fasr and a half furlouRt; two-year olda,
t'auaria c.it Ills; l.ai.artla Rosaline, each 105. Prank
It. Uart lot: P.yi be. mi. Nana nily Soprano each l7
Sixth Hat . - s.i en and a half furlongs MtrLell, t's
hoo. Richard K Fox. Hi liai, Caa'l TtJJ, John aJalOa,
Si. ua Nevada, eatU UU. J
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Kttahtlslitsl lu 1-"'. ..i-i . ,i, nil in; .li valclin
air file l'enhiiily Moll.'.tl 1 1 a! Ittll.', 1" bora
was awarded 111.' (Told an. .In I i iliu Notional
Modioli A.o. billon I. a tl.i- Iiii.i lss,vea
l:liniistcd Itelltv, Atroiibv. Nerv ous ano
I'llValcal lleliillly, a id nil 1)1- . a ... a mill WMk
liess e' JI " , rvlILJirC Ha ."..o.fl. tliSWMO.
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p r-"li or bvli'bl'. I'lo-p.-elos, oltlt b -I ill elliills.
rsnsss. brinrr k, Tlie Srlcnce i.ri.lfri
mCE.. ..,, s.'IM'iPM'rvnli.iii. II"' prlre
rs-:o. :,rn fin.. I.e. Invaliiniec loci .lr.il. is for acute
SOd eJlMllii' li-i.t.1 a. lull gilt, en i d .(".,.. Ill) i'.ralil.
Dr. I'ltrkor'a tvnrfcs sre lite lal, i.n ilu mbJecH
Irealeil, ever .al.il-hi.l. and bsvi- nn Ptieritioiif sals
tlimtlllintlt lid. i a. IV and Kliclnll.1. Ileal tin-Ill
now, and learn In be strotiir iltrorous ana
manly. Ileal Thyself. McllitdJh 'low.
tiOI.ltS.1II 111 r Ofl Hi AXOlllKH.
i. iai.it Wrilkea riiuprsed the Tttleat ttt
Hi m . iii III. Mntlei livelier K V
nt the Id Iviiiki l'jirk tin. .iflernoon. particular.
ly in tlio Inst event of (!io Cliiin.l Circuit na'rd. W
in which John floldainlth hronitht out another
race h rso of iimiitv in thettray stitlllon Island , Jt I
This stoutly broil product of tlie I din- trriisa J I
country, now owned nt Roslyn. 1. I., started at -,' J,
I'lttsbtiruh nnd Detroit last month, hut did
not Bet a heat. He went back n little In' I
bis form since then, until he scored
hi' in the 2:111 trot to-day, when he
provod his speed and KHtnoneSI after a
closely contested race of four bents, t'orlnne.
a fas! younc mare, well known u. New Khat
land, was the select! ill of the titleiit. thoutfli
Island Wilke, sold st 1! to "i a train at the field
just before the llrst hent. Ho had an easy mile
to benln with, as Col inne wn- nil ssked lo try
his metile t II the second heal, and a mile) in
2:17). disposed of the rest, 'i lien thestrnu
Ble l-.-u.ni in earnest, and wlicn Island
Wilkes lost his si id.. In the third
auurler of the uext mile after lead.
int.- to' tho hnlf in 1:07. his elianoes
for success looked doubtful, (ialirielle and
Corlnne both passed him. mid the latter had
brush "nouifb to nip tlie brown mure front
Philadelphia by a neck nml shoulders in
2.14X. It was r to 4 on Corlnne after she had
nindetlii- new record for herself. I. ul In the
Hut. I lient Island Wilkes trailed her to the
head of the strotoh. nnd, in a sDlendld battle
to tiie wire, causht the eye of i in. judees a
nose in front of the favorite 'I he time. 2:131,
is a drop of nearly nine seconds in tne record
Island Wilkes made last soason. Corlnne waa
not able to net near the stallion in the fourth
heat, and he won this with plenty to spare in
Fantasy was movod along in the third heat
of the 2:40 class for the three-year-olds, and
trotted like a record breaker, iroinir to the halt
in 1 .1)'''. and coming home without any tirtrine
In 2:134, Double t rosa was wltbln halt to the UA
half, but dropped back from there. 1). .1. Ham jt
mond of the Murray Hill Hotel. New Vork. waa
In the stand as a timer, and felt about as much gR
pleased with the peerle-s filly's performance 111
as ( '..I. Hamlin himself, for he owns Almon- '
arch, the sire of Fantasy's dam. I'ixley kent
up the wlnninc form she struck nt liiiffalo. and
lowered her record a trille when Azote carried
her alone in the second heat of the Jtlri trot.
Hazel Wilkes failed to koep level in the last
two heats, so that the bis Bcldin; trom her
own Mate beat her for second money. The
free-for-all horses have two enencemonta to
morrow, tlie pacers coming first. There ls also
a'2:'-'0 cjnss open tofour-yenr-olds to complete
Thursday's programme. Summaries::
2:40 class, trottlnr. three-year-olds; purse S2.OO0, (
Fantasy, b f.. by Chimes llonorn. hy Almon-
arch (lieers) 1 1 1 I
Double i ro... hlk f. Il.oldsmlthj 3 3 3 ,
Oaondsffa, b. c. (Warren) ...;i 3 8 1
Time 3l31fr3:3L 2:1814. . "
2-ir, elaaa. trottliia-; purse 13.000
Plsley. h. m. hy Jay tiould Lois, by lien. Watb-
lnston (Dlckeraon) 1 11
Arole. h k- (llb'kok) B 3 3 is
Hazel Wltkoa, rb. m. (ilnldtmlth) 2 S 4 J
Bush. blk. in (Burch) 0 4 9 I
Aline i. in (Klllolt) B 8 a
tlrace Napoleon, b. m (Rtarr) 4 5 0 '1 ! 1
Jennie Wilkes, b. m. (lorry) 8 7 T a
Instant, b in. (8 tlo ton J 7 ear '
Time-o:l2i4. a li(. 2 ink,. . l '8
2 21 rlaas trotllnir: purse I3.OQ0. JJ
Island Wllkea.tr. s.. by Red Wilkes Minnie ,
Patchen. bv Mamhrino I'atrheu .(ioblgmilh)l 8 3 1 4 t3
Corlnne. br. in . hy Rohest atcllrcgor (Chen. y).3 13 3 -, 2
UahrieIlo.hr m (Davis: 3 2 8 3 'El
Bennv C I) a (McDonald) 4 4 4 8 I
Happy Lady, b f. (t Turner) 8 8 7 4 M
Jeaale Sheridan, h. m. (Van valkenburs) t o Be ' 9
Hambrltoutan. h-s. (Snow) , 8 8 Hdr. Mv
tjarldon, ch. a. (Dodse) 7 7 80C f
Arllufion. Ik k. (shuicr) .lis.
Time 2;17J4. 2:14k,, 3:13M, 2:15M.
Miirk.nirn by the H.Sk.
Ssaoiiit. Aur. Ill Tbe rtnemen of Now Jersey aad of
th. District ot Columbia were competitors to-day la
the Inter stale match for regimental teams. Tie. Near
York and Pennsylvania teams failed to put in an ap
pearance. There were five team, from the National
Guard of New Jersey and foor from the District or
Columbia, the shooting being at 200 and 500 yard tar
sett, the men standlnir al th. farmer and prone at the
latter. The engineer battalion team of Washington led
tbls evening with a score of 2.ri4 a: the 2otlyard range
and 270 at th. rsHyard range, makb g a grand total
of r24 out of a possible (too Private Scott or this to.-ua
made the good r.i'ord of eight straight hiill'.-eyea. tub
losr.d hy two tours The r'tr.l Regiment of Hie lllatrlct
Of Columbia belt .econd place. Iho Second New Jersey
Regliu.ut fourth place.
The match will he decided by to-morrow, -ktriaiah
flrtnr The total acorca In tbe inter state match ar. at
District of t'.iliiiiitil-i Teauia Knglnaer Battalion, at
20O yards. 3541 at MO tar-la. 370 grand total, 624.
Ptrtt Ileglm.nl. al 200 yarns 3.13: at rAH) yards. 2M4;
grand total bill Se.-on I Rek'lut.'iit. at 1!' il yards. 240;
at:.-' i yards. 2il4; grand total. Mill, sixth Battalion,
al 20CI vards. 2o7: al.'(V) yards. 2DI; grand total, 428.
New Jarsev Teauia Second Regiment, at 200 ynrdt,
351i st non yards, 237: rrand total, tss. Third Regi
ment, at "-'(it) nr:a, Vnl. at MK) yards, llw; grand
total. 421) Fourth Regiment at 2no t arda. 23411 al 00O
vards. 2011; grand total, sa.. S.vehth Regimeat. at
20O yards 2"S; at MS) tarda. ''.'.'IS: grand total. 474.
Sixth Regiment, at 200 yards. 284; at .'."" yards, 230:
Siiilndln Fall, to Lower tho Paelnc Rosartl.
Piiii.anxi.rini. Aug lit Tho pacer Saladin failed IB
his atteni; t to break the naelng record at Belmont le
day. Hit belt time was 2. OS. 1
W lie.lll'C. -. ..-)(..
Charles Rarten of Kngland. who holds ths t.a mil.
world's eonitiettt ion rec-rd wilt make tia nrat npp.ar
ancc in the l-.aat n sular.lay in the rac '. of th. hs- I
tlonal Cycling Assoc. alion ou Manhallau Field.
(l.ld" sail I ...I. nrsiport.
Ex-memlier. M. a. C Clrciunstnncea vary in eaeh
ca.e. pc ante particulars uia b. had of Stem k Kuab
more, lawyers. 4(1 Wall ttreet.
Acronllng lo a cable de.patch received at tbe Pnlin .,
i. . - .- oltlot yeaierdav .loiiu Roberta, the champlna
billlar.1 l- layer of I nglnnl. with In. wifs and dau l.o-r.
wlil sail for New York nn an Auierlcaii la- r next Bat
urday L'pon Ida unit al tie will arrange a match at
oool with lie tiro to piay a sen., o" garnet far 32.000
a side aud the American 'i in a .-.'i-ii.;.
Al a melting of the Nonpareil Athletic Club on Toatr
day night the following nnterrs were ei. for iba
comiiu sea.on: President, Ueorirt llorne. vice-Preel-
dent, loseph lia.aon; Treasurer. J Carringion. Iinaii- ' i
cial Secretary. U illlam Coughltn; Corresponding Heo- is
retary. Rartie) V. Sinclair Sergeant nt Arms, Slenbea
Welan, i a;. tain, .lames Sweeuev; Manager, Archfbalel -'
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