m l ' " A --THB MOULD'S HALr-EATE SITUATION DAY&...SATIT13T I "" ' V ' VH
I 1 5 O'CLOCK! -OAY pqfe "" 5 O'CLOCK i
if PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1891. PRICE ONE CENT 1 I
f RILEY WON
JL He Gathered in the
M Shrewsbury Handi
ly cap Easily.
BIG GRDWD AT MORRIS PARK.
o Fremont Was an Easy Winner in
"JL the July Stakes,
tKMk nrrcui, to -rmj itikino world.
HJ? Morkib Vxri Hack Trick, July 11. After
Kr a lapse ot several days racegoers found them-
1 nelves again at Morris Park to-day. The
chango was a welcome one. Morris Park Is
popular with all classes, and will continue to
be bo Just us long as lis proprietors, Messrs.
John t A. 11. Morris, continue to do as they
have done in the past, and that Is keep an eye
open for the comfort of the public.
JlL. Everything that can be done for the conve-
vfiliVj lilence of the public Is done and the result is
MtT clearly visible.
mL To-day there are probably 16,000 people
HS-' present when the first race was run. This
Hi f speaks volumus.
Hj The programme was an attractive one, sev-
H . y eral stake events being the features.
$' For the Shrewsbury Handicap liowland was
V to meet lllley over a mile and a half, aud the
', crowd was divided In their opinion as to who
1 would win. AH agreed that l)e Muth was a
J? dangerous element ; also the race promised
1 o be a grand one.
I 1 1ip llrsi race w as also a good one. Judge
,1 Morrow, Mr John and Bermuda were agreed
' upon as tliu niily oaes In It. Judge Morrow
as the lavorlte. of course. Ills past races
have been onu Mring of successive victories,
and very small odds were tho best that could
be secured ugalnst him.
Mary took a flyer on Ht, John to beat him,
a and bhrewd horsemen believed that this was
, only a remote possibility. Judge Morrow
r'4 vt on easily rrom Bermuda, who beat Beanser
If a neck.
. Fremont o'as mode on even money favorite
In tire second nice, certainly Ids past per-
I forniunces Justified the price. Alrpfuut
1 seemed to bo the only onther horse who was
L. backed at all. There were heveral unknown
quantities In tho race, and big bettors held
II Anna IS. and the Patrimony colt. In nddl-
lion, were plased In tho full place books.
Fremont won haudlly after a little shaking
up. Patrimony colt was second, but with a
good boy up would have won. Alrplant was
I f Handicap sweepstakes, with sjl.'JSO added:
; mile and a furlong.
I , 71lli ,
I ' . StarUrr IP.fi Jortr'll. SlralaXt. Hart.
1 Judge Morro l'J7 .1 kjviutiton I 'I cut
J IlannnUl luiS .llrant . 7-1 05
, lli-aueay '.I'i .W. .Mideely .30-1 4-1
,JHM 4 SlrJnUn ... .lis Hamilton. 4-1 7-10
Vp, 5 IMatto aa .Ward 30-1 10-1
mV llcansey rushed to the front and going up
M:( M tin1 hill opened up n gap of elht lengths
llvj 'i "ni Judg" Murrow, Klr.lnlin, liermuda and
flrjg tidette. 'lids order was kept to the head of
ml 'lie Rtrotcli, where Honnsey was still a length
y lnfnni. i ml ng down the hill Judge Mor-
II row giadual y overhauled the tiling lieansey,
MLt I and nt the i'nd von handily by a length irom
Hjr Heimuda, who bent Jteunsey n neck, 'lime
iM Tim Jul states, tor two-jrar-old", with
81,uO0 added; sl fur ongs.
s'ar(r. Wht .'ad-iMi. .UralffA), Flat:
1 Frennnt 11H .'Ural .11-10 13
' " Patrimony ,olt.llH F'ickn.inj . ..10-1 ,11
it Air-plant lll'l.. Hamilton.. . ft U 12
Ol Ntllcolt ll.l..Murpby .. .101 4-1
lcnB,atu I1J .1 Itjtou.. .16-1 ft-1 I
' (I Anna li 115. l.uUtneld 8-1 'J-l
i 1 .Marina ... .11(1 .llcrj.n .. IS 1 e-1
! 'Inuurii.lt .li:i..l)ai(gett JO-1 loi
, lloltfd and thrwf jockey.
W ... When th"j ciid" lu sight Elslnor colt was
m&y In mint, with Anna n., Nell colt, Fremont,
Wfjfi Alrshatt mid Put ninony colt next. Coxswain
ail "howtdltiiront ut the end of ahalf mile with ,
('fel I 'cmoiit, irshntt mid Patrimony coltnett.
VBFjJ eighth from homo Tremont wont to the
W ftoat .uid won liundlly by a lngth from
;H I'aiilmonvculi.wh.i got up in thlaft lew
f stilufs and li at Alrplant a hfao. Time
f l.l-t'.... . I
f.r.hu nice. I
I Hi" surewsiiuij Handicap, with ':,non '
homixI: lnl.c and a hair.
i'l ' won. Driuutli recond and llaceland I
; till! II 'Mini '.'.'III.
I BIG CBOfflJT BfllGHTIB.
jjjf Major Thormon Wins tbo Openini
Jrl Event in a Good Finisli.
jK I 'srtcui. to uir ivtMsc. wouid I
"TBI IlKIUUTil.S IIU4CII Hack Tiuck, July II.
I J Valr rating imd ft cool copnn brecio rewarded
J ih slxormoie thousand ppople who made
T i Ik Joume.v niihc lirlfbiou Beach track tc
t i ar.
I i he wants ot tits spjculotons were attended
t to byMity biolciMSb'n. Among tho latter
' .iTPti! who had bten doing business at Mcr-
iim and Je.omolMrb) during the past six daj s
I MUST RACE.
' 1'nric 8.10O, for thrce-yeai-olds; selling nl-
i lowiiuccsj ii'-l fin longs.
t , H-IIInt I
J .,,r,r H7.V. .toilful, ftruight. I'itr
I 1 Ma.ir .'!i.i"..'n.lUl LaiiibirT . . . 5- 1 8-ft
i. Mi ti-.":i.J 114 blmt . . ..4-1 H-X
-. j azi,il ids tijim . :i-i c'.
I. t. l). n in .,ivi- , 6n-i la i j
li f. KirlardK toi.UO .1. f.sml,lej CO -I 'JO-I
li, li Ml.lit-t .. UC. II .lunm it-l f-1
ir 7 1' m .. .KiCli II n0.r..n 2-l e-1 i
f h !. I iktdii . .IUK. slaltl lll-l i-
I ' Vi.l..' .. lilt t'lllahlll ..10-1 10-1 I
i lujjj.l ... Ii7 Wnlwr 'm I It 1 '
J ( V fn- .1 I'i'lirileUva til'-iKist the Held hrokn
', I r i..i .l! mi.i'ii"d. Ml-lvi-, M haidK. I'ox.
J Vi i.i.f ii'ii.' tilly a li Zsii'ibM s-t thepni-i
J .s!'"imI nil-ll-ntof tlMMIOidl.
i ..,-,. i,r !li run-1, wh i mis indlvlnter-
ii- ..I v.l I, h' 11, inter ir.n curt, worked,
f 1,1 i.si I n.r nijr'i ih-lfic, uiid woii l.aiMie
i in .t l I. in 'i Mntogii Time Mlv, who'
U.u .'.inubli iwnl'igtliik 'll'jie I O'JVi '
i iiut-iiM' ill -t nlglti, -:i.S0: iiice,
I 'ja ii . M'u i.'i liii-. uhy paid i S.0.-I. I
jS(, lt.i s .10J, f ii-.n...iai.-d; fl'" furloiiga.
ii I r.ui. !
II -.i.iri. II A',. .Uttiit , inliAi. .',flM,
11 f 1 '. M'am in' I.smMer 7 -5 8-J '
nl 3 1 iv - ll'l. Iltnu 'I -I .n
BTrTl U li if. li HlV Wr.rr lid- i 10-1
W X i Uii-iu . ... 91 J. Lauitlf .60-1 3-J-l ,
5 Klaidom 101...lon. R-l 8-1
0 Jl.tlm nllj 8J .T. Klrnn 10-i 7-1
7 1.1-i.rrchann ..100..J. Nolan. .40-1 ll-l
H Siu.liAlillj. loow r Hill (i-l 2-1 !
J Ulark liutiar lml. II. Uinta. 10- 1 -l I
10 1'attr of Cork o 10U. W.WIhUma 100-1 30-1
flold Wave, Temple and Irregular wero tho I
leaders nt tho start. Thu lam tiomrd soon I
pas.trd ihe former two, and held an '
ndinntacr of two lengths tu the turn for
hnniOi where Gold Wavn appeared hopelessly
In tho stretch, however, Daly's clt re
sponded gamely to L&mbley's call, winning
finally by a length from Temple, who finished
two lengths in front of Irregular, lime
Mufuels pud t Htralght, HAO : place,
a.7. Temple paid tn.os.
l'urso tooo One mile Longfellow won,
Oypsy Queen second and AM third, lime
Fourth itace Three-quarters of n mile.
Kitty T. won, Itambler second and Kern wood
third. Time l.lSVj.
MIDDLE STATES REGATTA.
A Vesper Olub Oarsman Breaks
the Quarter-Mile Eecord.
Newark, N. J., July 11. -The Middle States
Kegatta on the Passaic River was held this
morning. There w as some delay In beginning
the contests. The races were rowed up the
rlter, and the distance was a mile and a half
The tlrst heat In the Junior Blngles was won
bv M. .1. Carney, Institute B. c. 'lime
hecond Heat Won by W. H. Van Benthuy
sen, Passaic B. c. l line 10.03W.
Third Heat Won by Kdwoxd Morgan, Ex
celsior B. C. Time H.4B.
In the quartcr-mllo dash, final, Edward
Hedley, Vesper It. c, of Phllndelphla, was
first, m d KriHl Hawkins, Manhatlsa B. C,
second. Time 0.67.
This Is th best time on record. Tho best
previous record was 1.08.
There were no trial heats in tho senior
1 he Junior e lght-oared race was won by the
Btaten Island crew. Ibe Eureka crew was
second, lime 8m. 12s.
Three clubs entered for this raco the Btnten
Island A. C, Eureka B. C. and Dauntless How
lng Club, The Btaten Island crew took the
lead at the start. All the crews rowed lu
The Dauntless boat fouled the Eureka boat,
but the race was not Impeded by the acci
dent. Tbo finish was close aud exciting, but
the Staten Island men maintained their lead
and won by a half length from the Enrekas.
The Intermediate t lght-oared shll tlrst trial
heat was won by Atlanta Boat Cli.b, Htaten
Island Athletic Cluusecond, Crescent Athletic
Club third. Time 7m. B&Hs.
second trial heat won by Institute Boat
Club, with Paesalc Boat club futond. Friend
ship Boat club third. Time 7m. 603.
'Ihe final heat for senior four-oared trigs
was won by the Atlanta B. C, Triton B. U.
second. Time 8m. it.
Junior four-oared shell event was won by
the Eureka II. C, with Institute B. C. second.
WORLD'S FAIR DEDICATION.
Programme of Exercises to Include
Brilliant Military Manoeuvres.
8T AIBOCIATKD PKISS.l
Chicago, July 11. Plans for the dedicatory
exercises of the World's Fair from Oct. 11 to
14, lRiia, have been adopted by the Commit
tee on Ceremonies.
The military parade and review will take
place Tuesday, Oct. 11, and the subsequent
days of the encampment will be devoted to
regimental and brigade drills and other mili
tary features of an attractive nature. Includ
ing on Friday, Oct. 14, Illustrations of an
attack and defense of a position with all arms
During overy evening there will be magni
ficent displays of fireworks at Jackson Park
and on the lake along the entire front of the
Wednesday. Oct. 18, will be Dedication Day
proper and the memorial services will be held
in the main building at Jackson Park.
Ihuaaday, dot. lil, the grand civic and In
dustrlal display, which b, to 1m one of the
crowning features of the celebration, will no
formed at 10 I. .
AMERICAN HACKNEY HORSES
Society Formed to Improve Their
Tho American Hackney Horse Society Died
Its certlflcato of incorporation to-day. Its
objects are to preserve a record of the pedigree
of hackney horsed, publish a ptud book of such
horses in the United StateB and Canada, and
generally to Improve the breed.
The directors are Pierre Lorlllard, Jr., W.
Seward Webb and Prescott Lawrence, of this
city; Alexander J. Cossatt, of Philadelphia;
John it. Dutcher, of rawllng, N. V.; John A.
Logan, Jr., of Yotingstown, O.) Henry Fair
tax, of Aldle, Va.; J. B. Perkins, of Cleveland,
o., and Frederick C. PUIsbury, of Minneapolis,
j FELL FR0MHIS TRUCK.
Expressman Field Injured In Centre
1 Street A Newsboy Fulnto Away.
1 Edward C. Field, an expressman, of U12
I Lynch street, Brooklyn, In turning out of tho
, car track, fell from his truck In Centre street,
I at City Hall park, ut 1.40 this afternoon and
cut his right ear badly on the car track.
Hn w as taken to chambers street Hospital
i In an ambulance for further examination. A
i newsboy Jtalnted away whllo watching the
I surgeon dress his wounds.
Opium Klllod Thle Chtnamnn.
Uirw Ah C'hee, h laundryman atliUMott I
' street, was taken to Bellevue Hotpltal this
I morning MitTerlng from oplum-polsoning, and
1 dlid boon utier arrival, lie was thlrt-nve
' years old, and had lieen eighteen years In this
Parcel Thief Held for Trial.
ChnrlcK Brown, the clever Philadelphia
thief who lobbed messenger bovs of their
parcels, was to-day held in l,oooior trial in
the Tombs Court.
LOCAL SPORTING DATES.
Itlclng at Brighton Baach dill, 2.30 r. V.
1 ll.-ltun cf tht Gotham Wtiealmen to Tar flock
avra. L I , H lid a m.
llun of ibobouth brooldjn Wbialmen to Riier-
.l Park. K a H
Hun o( Ilia .Vw York fllccla Club to Kurlawood.
. ,)., 10 A, -V
ltnn of tha Hit eralda Vf hralmen to Bamonhurat,
14. -Tournament of MontclalrLawnTenuUClub
at Monulalr, N. .1 , a au r m
ItaUutfat Morrfa Park. 3.UII r. u.
lrt. -Tyuruamwrit of tha Montclalr Lawn Taenia
Clnli, at Montolalr. S. J., S.tO r. M.
llacmir at .Itrnrna Park, 't 30 r. u,
lannia tournament or the Soat,rlbt Cricket
Club, at fi iabrlht. N. .1.. 'J I'. .
itaaahui, 4 p u -Hlaton Iiland Athletlo rlnb
ara'n" Uraarait Athl-tl" fluli, el l) Rkt, L.
I'rleUl ('tub at l.lilnton. 8. 1. Linden Aid-
litlol Inn aitelnn Ueneunhurat Atnletie Club, at
Benaonburat. L. I.
Id. Itaulnjcat .laroma Parle, 2 30 r M
liiarnimjnlnl tha MnntUair IwuTaunii Club,
at 'lontclalr. N. J , I.Jlip u.
..iTn' '! Tn!"?Vn'-n " Seabtlcht Crlclet
Club, at Hcai.rlaht. S .1 , 'J p t
-.IJi-Toirnarnf.lol tha Mi.ntoalr Lawn laocla ,
rli.fi. at Mini 'air. .N .1 , .1 Ju p. x '
r.JV'f .oirnaniart of tha teaurlit Crlaket
Club, at batldlxlit, N J..JP. M J
nd ontilainn.anti for all barera of Tsr Mt'XPAT !
Patau to-morrow l Tha Praaa hat arra-iaod for tna
atajd4ln,aol frea oullrca fjr tna ba.irrltnl IK
raauere, er-niprielDi eicurrloua, luiuimtiU, ..,
r .rJl-: ' Tut, au.MJAV Pacta t-mw.
THE, ALLEN VERY LOW
Physicians Say that the Dive-Keeper's
Wounds Hay hot Prove Fatal.
Carraro Tells tho Story of tho Fight
in tho Divo.
Hot!i Men Struggled for the Deadly
Ice-Pluk Tliulr Wounds.
There as practically ni change In "llio"
Allen's condition this mnruliig, though Ids
temperature was at ion. Dr. lMrt.inl .).
llonlln said ho nuthlpatcd no 1uaterl.1l
change before to-morrow.
What to-morrow's chnngo nlll be lsasun
certalu as a flip of a copper, but ulthahnle
punctured In his tibdumeii the chances vei-m
against the man, imd hn may die, as hU ac
quaintances liiuo orr ntul over ugalu de
clared ho v ould by lolence.
At the house of Mrs. Theob.ild, '.'111 West
Fort J -third street, where Theod re Allen Is
watrlng lit- battle to the finish ultu lic.ith. mi
open-eyed little woman, meeting an Krkiivi
Wont.D reporter at the door, denied to-ilu),
as she did yesterday, that Allen was lu her
house. This in the face of the fact tlut the
reporter saw and talked with Wesley and
John Allen, the brothers of the Injured m.in,
In tho very door and in her presence, and they
said he was Inside tbo house.
ff jt ' "
mE. aii.i.n's nivit.
"The "Allen has mide noMntcmentof how
the fracas occurred In his Met cker street dive,
and It Is difficult to get at thefiietH, as tho
habitues of tho place sturdily deny all Knowl
edge of the affair.
Allen Is a Bhort, thin, little man of lao
pounds' weight, but wliyand a bud man to
hihdlo In a. rough and tumble light, despite
hit Ilftj-M'ven iiMrs nf uge.
I I at ram I -.tucKv and muscular, wit hall the
I Hn- ot his Rout hem n.ithl'j. ,
I tine of the wliticssos and pit'lclpinis, fnr
I err one In the dlo at Ihe tlmii took n hand
lu the melee, sajs;
TOin nr an ah en riunsAN.
' five ot ii.s were plaj lug poker. There was
a gang of men ami women at the bar and the
buck room. 1 he Italian came lu and wanted
to Join tho game, ''lliti' said no, liecauso
'The Jap' wasn't square. Then the) called
each other haul names.
" All of a sudden ' 1 he' Jumped up nnd mode
fur 'Ihe .lap.' lie tried in pin) nnold ttli-k of
his, nnd . i good one fur it Mimll man when ho
tackles n big one.
" 1 !i ' I rli d tn jinke I ln ll?hti d end nt his
ilgur In 'the .l.ipv t-j i. That ulll take
thci-oiirngei ill nf the Irst (.linen.
" '1 In-" la-turn gr-iliin-d Allen, and the)
fnlight lip nnd down. hicDbud) IimiK iiliund,
mid lierr-glassiK, t uspldnrs and mi) thing
else hand) w us used fnr a capon.
" I taw one nun lilt the Itall.ni on the head
with n liittle, Mimslilng the glass.
" Allen and 'the Jup' fought along the floor,
and the crowd tried to get lit Mho Jup.' Aftei
n minute they gut In behind the bur, uud both
Bnw the wire Ice-pick.
" It's a daml) weapon, and liitli of 'em tried
to get li. 'llie'Jup'g'il p and then he shoved
uud slabbed with It mi -ill he huh worth.
"lie Jill ''I lie' mi tin- hind, and one stab
took an Jt the end nf -The's' no-e so that II
hung on In a lutle t-'rlng.
"'Ihcie were tiKiiititnt fnr the black fellow,
thiiiigh, unit Ihc-.N laid lilln nut cnld, but tint
till hi- hid stui k AU"ii ptftt) Imd."
tS lOl'MI 11V lill IIONI1N.
This stor) sei'ins in mil) mi h wlrilnas
nniil.illt liiwiiiil, and Jllii i with r. Donlln's
erpcrl nee. While Dr. Dunlin Musi'xuinliilug
"'Ihe" Allen's wouuii In t lie Milium, tltteen
minutes otter tin- inu.carruin lay on the
llisu-, his he id a iilust iiiii i.ist wall. He was
Iii-irly UiM-n-ll l nnd peilictl) In l.dnss.
Alliuiiund Hie iwn iirulMil .i-id bienlliu
coinh.)t.iut.s Moid the gang nun mrcsis
' The" Allen Mlh I-, ni J i-icr.v u.. in s. i iin-d
t" bi-t-'lilng Ids iiilhlmr hnw lm lu.d d me
hi- h.vri'lii pouiidltu' the swaithy tcllow.
"1 liiokeabittlenii liiui," snld one. "And
I gave him n Kick In the rllis" Mild another.
A ililul bi listed that he hid stnuidicd u Mi--tdd
ir over the Itnllin's h"itd, and csch of
twent) men claimed the credit for Lining the
io-dn, however, the toughs that mnVethe
pliue ilielr stumping ground. di-clun d with
timinlmmis lebeiuenic thin nooiii' rnNrdn
hniid ugalnst Ciirrurn till lie had Htnlilied
Allen Willi the Ice iii.'ls, whMi tliev allege
that he iliew from his clothing.
aii.i-n's I'.rcniiD inn corn inc.
Allen tiPVei Ijom the leenul nf u qinni 1
tome man, but lie vrns ulwa.is IimiK-s, .mil
had Milne ridremliig quiill'le-.. lince, when
mi old woman w.is knot kidd nn bv n liin.ul
way sluge.anil dlseniereil. utlei bi lug picked
up, that sh hiidlnst ."., In i-liiisb.mdswnges,
Allen ut once counted nut that bum frciu lil
nwn pneket Into her hund.
When John Stanford had been knocked In
tionsiiiie hi a stone liottle m Lnnls French s
Wnoster street saloon, nnd n tnugli ga- g were
abi ut to jump on him and bent Ids stlu- nut.
lliti-, wiiizen f.ieiu "llin" Allen w ilked
In Idl) in and thrashed two or three of the in,
driving them all away and Having Htunfnid's
only nn old cal and Tho" Allen witnessed
the death of Eddie Mollo) In Allen's gamming
den at tlir llro.idway, and "'Hie" Allen wept
(Coiitmttril on Tlii''tl l'ayr.)
Tpa 9ASS . &03yg2s-.
Through p,mes op
ifllWM TH,S COCPOM GOO0 FOR : 7
WM BARBAROUS RUSSIA.
I II FULL ND EXPLICIT ST("Y 0F THE JEWISH PERSECUTIONS THERE.
1 PRESIDENT DIAZ.
'Al HE MAKES A FRANK STATEMENT AS TO HIS POLICY TOWARDS US. I s
7 THE NEW MONTE CARLO. tf
J HOW THE GAMBLING HELL WILL BE DRIVEN ACROSS THE PYRENEES. IW.
I "THE WORLD'S" SPECIAL CABLC LETTERS FROM Iffi"
LOMDOW PARIS -VIEWNA.
THS COXJPOVH G.OOO ?OW. Wli't'
JULES VERNE. f
A TYPICAL NOVELETTE FROM THIS PRINCE OF STORY-TELLERS V
"A PURITAN PAGAN."
.MRS. CFUCER'S FASCINATIKG NOVEL CROWS IN GREAT INTEREST A3 IT
I'llk APPROACHES CONCLUSION.
'ft PICTURESQUE NEW YORK.
l(lll( "FELIX OLDBOrS" RAMBLES IN CURIOUS CORNERS OF THE GREAT CITY.
W TH'S CotPQA GOOD FOR; 7
W AN EXTRAORDINARY DIVORCE CASE. i
IJH VERY QUEER STORY AS DEVELOPED IN COMPLAINT AND ANSWER.
7 OUR REPUBLICAN OFFICE-HOLDERS. U
j TAMMANY BY NO MEANS CAPTURES ALL THE RICH PLUMS Lw
I "THE MUSICIANS' MARKET." M '
A BAZAAR IN OUR CITY OF WHICH OUR CITIZENS K0vV LITTLE. W
vtvws coupon good voR-: Wlw '
JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. W
HENRY GEORGE. JR.. TELLS WHY BE MAY BE GREAT BRITAIN'S NEXT W,
PRIME MINI3TCR. l(
WHO IS THE CONGRESSMAN ? '
HE IS A PROMINENT PROTECTIONIST, BUT HC SMUGGLED BY THE
THE LITTLE SNAKE-CHARMER.
A TRUE JTOSY OF NEW YORK LlrE AtlQ OF AB30.13l.a I'JTEIEJT '
July Crop Report Sends Up Prtos
in Wall Street To-Day.
Unfavorable Showing ol the Weekly
Not u llrnvy Miislnes lleforo tlio
Ilnir-IIolidiiy Tin. Quotutluas.
The tlnvernmetit crop report fnr July,
will, li Indicates a j leld nf ,M-.',OIUI,0(IO bush
els nf H lieut, U.Oii.VUIIil.OUU llll-lli'Knf t-nrtl
imd ilTli.nmi.iMiii IiihIi. isnf o.Us, i In. Heaviest
"ippicr lalit'dln Vlneili'ii, htreiigllieni-d i In
duck iniirket this iiioiiilng, and pilcisrote 4
to 1 per cent.
Iho Hirnngist stocks were lllg Knur, the
Hr.itigiTN, New Ktiglaiiil and the Whei lings,
i lilc.tgo nnd l.'nsteru llllnnls preferred, lmw
evi r, Jumped 'JH. to v:,.
'I he Indns-iluls were rather unlet, but I"
(he m.iln (Inn.
I In sale ut die New York Stnik Cxelinngn
wi'fi' 4H,TOii shires nf listed stieV. ai.d
I.'i, oiio i iiiii'isni l,ver.
I lie li ink hl.ueiin ut was tliif.ivnr.ible,
li vvl ,gi liis in reserve in ate.'M.ur.o, which
ruluns i he um urn! In Id bv the li inks In
i e ss i f li gsi ! .iilreiiiMius I i $H'H',,M',!."i.
Ih' c mp.iiuilve tlgures fnr thu past two
Jiit'i'l Ji)v 11 rAiin-li
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hp-Hio i ii i ir.,ii)n pft..i,t i.stiti Hi. uui.ouo
I. tiMi.tr r,o. um. 4ini 4u tiiiT.mii) iiuo. ami, dod
lleiius 4Ul.l.',H Ullll 4Ui."U-..llKI )i.o. l,hCa,Ull
1 1 iv um j.i.ipj.joo j, 010. Don inc. e-i. mo
Tho Closing- tjuotntlons.
(..it. Itlali. frfiw rto.
Vin.r Suearltat .. Mfc, S.IU H l, Hb'l
sinariiati I ut Oil iiref. 4VJ 4'J 4'JJ 4 i
Vtrh., lop .tKvnlala .UV, .iM IjU 3jij
llallalo, It. A I'ltls , Ufa 3JK lM .I.IW
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raiia.lahoutliprn 41 Itili i'j 4t)
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I'lilo , Hiir .t IJuImcj Kl, Nl'U Hr Hfii
1 in . a .Nurtlmo.t io -fl ur,; 10 J lejlj
i'i. I . vlli .IM rail t. H i..va n i ii,
1 hie , Mil . St I' of lt'.dj 1131, 1131, ll'jll
inl-.,IloiU !i. t l'o T.ll 74 7JV, 7J)J
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l.iki. 1 rli- VVrat nri-f. M'j nT( h'.il MJ
l.i) ilstllla . Nasnillla. 7 H 7611 7 ,K 7'K
Mliiouril'nirto. .. ftrt (IHW AS OS
ii. hi,.- .1 iiiiiii. . :i iu ,i.iu :i.u :tji
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Sat. Laa.l , lh(. mu ImI, IhU
W V, .1 N. Kniilaad .1 .C lnU Mil :u
Northern I'arlrte. l.stiJ 'i.iti, a."M u int
.Northern I'ai-lflo l raf. lir)4 HOM t!l' raj
Vorth Aui.rioan InW lnli lMJ SJ
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arlll,. .Mall ;l(ljj adlj ill ij 11(11,
I'liha. ,t Itaa.tlmc -julj '.'(ItJ '.'', -J.jt!
Illta.l't W A Chi l.Vl 181 111' M 4
lllih. A Wa.tl'olntTar. 14tJ 14J llij 14,
Ki.h. i w. i'..inticr j.f ;ij r,;il mil 1,71,
lllu UranJaA VV. jiraf PW 11111, rtlU r.DU
-I Paul A Omaha 'Jt, UUl 'J4t -JJ
Si p.-il a lii.lnil. -it. 11. .tf. ...1
silrfreartlncatim .... lllllU 1IIDW 10'W. 10('?
Suutllaml'acllio ,1'Jl, .IJa :JU a.JJ
lann. Ccal t Iron. JUt, S'lQ ajQ 3'.lJ
lli.liin PaelHo 4I' 4ti? ail 4ll3
IV ataah pref . U tu 'J C V3a 'ilia
Wheailng A Lain I'rla J'Jiki U.lil SVW 33
WliarllUKA l.akalriauf 7.1 7S ",f, 78
VVI. ('antral lb)i 1014 )K) is),
The following lire the closing quotation, nf
mining stocks at the Consolidated Exchange
AM. A'l'l PH. Alkt.1.
All-a... 1.IU) 1.73 Iron Sllter. 1.00 -
Ailima run l.w) - Iron Hill... .13 -
Aiu.rU ,1)1 - l.al'ro.i. . - ,08
.uan.M, l.aao'.rnn. 03 .li
B.l'o .. 2,00 4.00 MitlaClilaf .ill
Hallo Iain . CO Moulton . .It. -
bout A Hal- .Mono ..ID
char .. 2 111 - Monitor .IU -
Ho.Ua . . i'i) - .Naialo. . -J3
llnlaar.. .45 .fill N ll.l (. ,6u .1.8
llrins.eiin. .lis North Htar. 8, (10
U Im'uttj'd .74 .78 Ontario. .. 3S. 00 40.00
Cal. II. II.. nil .73 Oi.hlr . i 00
('hollar I Pi) 3.00 Orlantal A
Crmnl't, Mil - Millar.... .07
t'on Imp .13 Orrlrieiital. .nl
rliriaolil. .-JO .SOll'Irinanth . 1.78 2.81)
I'antla C"L. .02 - I'hoanliL'J .12 .20
'om.T.tlo. I', Arliona. .40
Htoi-k .18 .IHlftuk'n tun, .Si .80
Honda . - 40.00 Satan, l.UO -
H.rlli. 30.00 -HlarraNaa. l.fro
tlmikln - .CI Man. In. I. 1.00
Daait Tar. 1.20 l.an rlllarr Kinc - .22
Dal Mont" - 40 rnitruTiiaU .05
Kuala cou J 28 4 00 htnrmoiiiit, .(IS
Kl-Crl.to . .30 - Sanllaro. - .80
J-.Pehmal. .25 - hlliarCoM l 30
Irecland. . .12 Km'lIIonaa .78
OoulilAO 1.35 --hlli'rMilv,
''ran.il'... 1.1 I of l.aka V - 1.00
Hair A Nor- Hlio.noca .01
croaa. .. 1 65 - TU.aa -- .80
Honiaiitalia 11 In) Cnlon cou. 1 00
llornH.U.r 3.11 WarJt-on is .38
Indeii'd'cv. .10 Ya'ht Ju'l l.'il
Rovnntoon Ynnr Old, but Tough.
Sev cntceti-j tar-old James Daly of 110 Mad
ison street, was held nt IVsex Market this
morning foi going hnine drunk last night and
lirutolly beating und Licking his aged mother.
Hold as u Footpad.
Titer O'Ktllli, of :m,-, Kiut Tvvtnlleth
street, was held at Ussex MurLet tills morn
ing. 1 barged with being one of the four men
who last nlfht attacked Francis E. Imrfy, of
'-in Kust Kourteenth htreet, In First street,
between the llowery and St mud an ul.', and
robta-d lilm of it ehejp wutth and u small
amount of money.
Onco Not Enouifh for Austin.
Thomas Austin, a mlddled-aged dAurf, who
has just served tendjyi- for assault, was this
iiiorultig hi id by l'o:ice .lus'l.-n o'Duiueli, lu
liw) Olty, for ass-iultlng .NPhnlas Mirudv,
lilt wife and daughter, nf ns F.ks.e street,
ifliero Auatlii formerly nccuplulainoni. It
ias for assaulting burady th.it he wiuilui
Qrocor Itomnlno Aselgna.
8tt'pli'-u M. Itomalne, retail grocer, ot :i.in
VS'f-st One lluiidrrd nnd Twenty-flfth street,
tnnite un ns-lgntmnt to-da to Charles v.
I'liit'klie wtihoul prefercntfa.
Bvrno U Unrttgnn Oo Under.
YVllIUm J. ltjrni' und Dennis J. Ilartlgan,
irm of 10 rue ,v HjrtlgAn, merchant tailors t
14 s ronrih avenue, in nle an us-Unnii'iit to
lav to HiilurdJ. Lvuus, with pn f -euces of
Poor Fe-v.voti for riumbare,
Joseph it. Riaiikiuan, ilcahr In I'lciulert-'
uippllcs ut .l.,7 Wist rurtli'lbktrii-l, und 511
mil SI!) Kuai one llmidnd and 'ltd 'tev
'ntli si reel, av.ueil 10..1 ,v in W li'lmn II.
'ope, with prefi roiiics of 7,r.'iO.
Eenles tho Fnrmori' Trust.
Iiiy aftoiuTrii fjtt si 1 a
Tcrixv, K.tii., July ll.-l'resllent Frank
tlii, raili. of the state rnrmiri.' Alllanis-, pre.
iour.i-.-d tlK'iiiK.r. thut the Mil u e had sent
mi u ier,-i i-iieular .ipii nllnw t.i iln- mem.
ti h 11 1 in ir wheal un 11 Ii n, ull bring
II '..ipn buhilu takt, pun- und aluiplc
JESOP ON CURRENT EVENTS.
A Hon, finding the eggs of a Viper, and carefully keeping them
warm, nourished them into life. A Swallow, observing what she
had dono, said: " You silly creature I Why have you hatched these
Vipers, which, when they have grown, will surely inflict injury on
all of us ?"
If we nourish evil it will sooner or later turn upon us.
A LAWYER CALLS Oil BLAINE.
Bar Harbor Humor Saya it WtiB
in Regard to Kb Will.
Irrcm. to -inn itfnimo woulh.i
IUr Haiiiioii, Me., July 11 lloruco Will
lams, a lawyer from Augusta, called 011 Secre
tary Iilulne nl 10 o'clock this morning and
stnyed some tlmii. I
It Is ruinnrul that Lawyer Willi ims's cull'
was on aeenuiil of legal business connected
with the Secretary's will.
I'ti'moiis lllalnn insists that his father Is
1 ho weather here to-dny Is perfect, a bright
sun with u cool ocean breeze.
Mr. Illalne left Htiiuwoiid Villa at 12 o'clock
ln the family phscton, to which his little
block hnrso was httclud, and drove about
town. He was uccompanled by Dr. Taylor,
'Ihe Secreturj of State wore dark clothes
and his fnmlllar white soft li.it.
lev AaaociATKn rnpss.l
Hostov, Julj 11. A llnr Harbor despatch
to-dty to the Ilnstnn Juitmttl sn)s: Mr.
lllalnn H Ik tier to-day than at any time In
the p.ift seven or eight months.
Ills mind Is clear and his memory was never
better. His stomach Is In n healthy normal
cuuclltlnn and his nervous system Is nil right.
Hn takes no medliine of any kind, uud Is sim
ply recuin-riitlng In the lu-alth-glvlng, Invlg
orntlng tono which nature provides In tbo atmosphere.
LEFT FOR DEAD.
Donnolly PloVed Up Unconscious
nntl Trlnknor Arrested,
John Donnell), of Kast KUt). second street,
was taken to the Chambers street Hospital
at '." o'clock this morning In an unconscious
He had been found lu frout of 180 Canal
street, where It Is alleged he was assaulted
bj Kdward Trlnkuer. of 448 Kast One Hun
died and Fifteenth street, who was arrested.
FLAMES Oft TWO STREETS.
nupfol'a Drewory nnd Wlttlclc's
nowllnjr Alloy Burned.
A fence lu the rear of Christian Hupfel'u
brewery, at :l i:nst Thlrlj -ninth street,
caught fire at 3.30 o'clock this morning.
The flames extended to Henry n. YAlttlik's
bowling .dley at a:i:i Kast Thlrtj-tlghtb
street. The damage vv us l,000.
EIouz City Dnmagod by Wator.
Hit ahaoclATEO MlKS 1
Sioux ciTV.Ia., Julyll ah immense down
pour of roln lor three hours vcaterdav tlocslcd
the ctty.cuiisligan nggrega'e lossof tioo,
000. The Injury to pavements ulouit as. Ill
cos' tho iltv 10,000. Several Ijulldlngs were
Erolce for Llborty nnd Got It.
rv AiiocitTEn rnraa I
SriitsuHiLu. Mo Jul) ll.-iirun WIU-. i.
son, of thu sheriff's ruud gang, made a break
for liberty to-day. The guards nred on him.
Inflicting several wounds wph -urill hot, but
the prisoner en'.iied and bus not been recu
tured. A posselsln pursuit.
Swamped with tho Asbury Park
laracuL to TDK rvrxiso world. 1
ASPfitv I'aiii, N. J., July 11 1). (ielirr i
son, grocers, iis'lgned tn-day. Hiram C.
Oellff, one of the firm, was n director ot the
Aslmr) I'ark Niulmnl Hank, and the bunk's
suaK-nsou AUsed the firm's failure.
fihot Decnusei of nn Old Foud.
bv aaautiATrii riifsi
HrvirsTEAD, Tex.. July ll.-ln the lower
part nf this count, ycienltv evenl-g, Mll
I -m Muskj shot ntul ktlltd Jnliii Neimiii An
ihlliud -Mttd belin-vu the lunililt' uf the
t wo men.
James D. Ityivn Rend,
!nv ARMHiArin rnvia I
IsiiusAi-oi.ir, July in Juines it. II) an
did lust night. He vv,is nn e.stuti Trt-aj-urer,
ami f..r mau yrari, one nf the most con
spicuous Hi tU'K-r.its t:i liiuuiiu.
llurderor Ilarpnr Surrenders,
(UT AtaiH-itrrp rarat I
Wiii I'oisT, Tex. Jul) 11. l'ttt Ksqm
wasuh'it und killed l.y II. Harper last even.
In,' linih men are larinen Il'tng near thl
place. Ihu murderer surrendered.
a . "
But tho Bardaloy Statement
Makes Talk in Philadelphia.
irCUL TO IMt ITtyiKO WOULD. 1
J'liii.AUkii'iiu, July 11. Despite tho fuct
that tho previously suppressed llardley state
ment whs submitted beforo the Council's
Comtnltteo us nul-Mly as iionslhle yesterday
ntlrriinnn.lt has made the turn of conversa
tion In general circles to-day somewhat un
comfortably severe on Mr. Wanatnater.
lu this statement, which Is an Interview
with Mr. MoWude, of tho Lttlgrr, Bardsley
chirged John YVamunaker with holding
g.oiri share ol Keystone Hank stock, which
he, va anumaker, knew to be nverlssued.
Mr. .MeW'ude also said lhat llurdsley told
him that oidenn Jtnrsh told him that Wans
miiktr demanded flOO.OOo for this stock,
falling to receive which he would closu tho
.Mr. Ilardsley stated that he advised Marsh
torefusn to pay the nnmey and to engage
counsel fnr the bank, which was done. '
Mr. Wunainuker, Mr. llurdsley cl .med. de-'
iniindeil tlialnf this ainnunt.the 100.0(H), the
1 iicas estate should pay f. 10,000 and Oldeon
Marh '.'.1,()00 and the nana- thu balance.
.Mr. llnidsUy also suited that Judge Fin
letter and Ashmeud had borrowed money
from hi in In the shape of an advance on their
B.llllt I'M. I
After tho reading of tho statement Mr.
Wniiumakor took thu utand aud was sub-tieti-d
to a length) examinational to his
bulness relations with the Kejstono. Hesald
hlstirmwus u good customer to tho bank,
frequently earning a balance in that Insti
tution nf Jl.10,000.
He udmltted that he demanded 10O,000
for the bunk stnek certlflcater., as ho tKlleved
tin m ut tlut time to bo worth fully no a
share. He explained Ids subsequent release
of them on the ground that lie discovered, or
thought he discovered, that they were worth
less. He denied, however, that there was an
ngrecment to pa) htm for thu stock Lu the
He had alwajs Insisted on regarding the
i affair as a business matter between the Lucas
estate and himself with which tho bank had
nothing to do.
Bank Examiner Draw Resltrns.
(nt aaaocuTEO ratal. 1
Washihotos, July u.-The comptroller of
the currency this morning recetved tlta resig
nation of Ilank Examiner Drew and has given
Instructions that It he accepted, to take effect
HOOM FIRE ON CHERRY STREET.
Spies Mill Ablazo In a Crowded Ten- i
omont District. '
Just ns tho cashier was closing up for the
half holiday ut K'.3.1 to-day fire broke out In
the cellar of tho two-story brick building 16'.'
cherry street, occupied as a mustard and
pIco mill by It. w. A s. 4. ITsher.
The building Is ','0 by 75 feet la stieand
was full of ground spices.
Tho tire started neur the engine-room.
There are crowded tenement-houses on either
side, but panic was averttd by the prompt
action of the firemen. There wa tio.ooo
damage to stock and building, principally by
moke und w liter.
Two Men Burned nt a Factory Fire.
1st aaancUTKD rstat.l i
tiusxi, Minn., July ll During afire yes. '
terduy afternoon, which destroyed the Bler
line brlck.machlne works foundry and
wagon factory and several houses,
Jerr) Ehmuu, employed tu the factory, lu
tr) lug to nil e tnaclilner) had Ida flesh burned
to a crisp. Ilev. c. N. llti-bln, pastor of the
Moravian Church, wits a lao terrlblv burned
ali-iii t the bands aud lace.
Blew One Man' Head Off. I
(BV AlanCUTXD ntll 1
VivcKXMts, Imt, July 11. A threshing
engine's boiler exploded thlj morning ut
llrucevllle. Jehu Fleck was Instantly killed, '
having his head blowu off. Dick Price's I
breast was crulied In, and he will die. YvM
I.IU1 Con. Herman Ylliburn, Newton Baker,
(.InrleHillisouand uuds Ilarr were borrlblv
scaidtsl. Ihe engine was blowu to fragment.
Notnb o aueats at Newport. .
1st Aiaoi-UTicD ravti.i
MwroiiT, H. I., July ll Ex-I-resldent und
Mrs. i lev eland arrived here this mornlv on
Mesm yacht Oneida, guests of E. C. Bentslict. I
snaiu ia. ht Fra Dl.ivolo, with Oov. Hill I
Judg- I'urkrr, of the New York Court of
sppea'.s; State Comptroller Wemple and i
oilier in tables, arrlvtd from Cottage City at
-.'.JUiulock this afternoon.
Flnbdrmen, Take Notice.
It will le high water to-morrow, July IS, at
fundy Hook ut 11. .14 a. .; it Governor's
Island at l'i. I'.' a. u., and at Hell Uate at
g.oi r. .
1' win is high water Monday, July 13, at
1'.' is r u , at Governor' Ulind at 1.08 r. u.;
at UuiT Gate at U.&S r. M.
THE TURF. I
Great Sport and a Sen- I
sation or Two at f I
FIZZLE DF THE SWEEPSTAKES. 11
Starter Rowe Causes a Little j.fl
Surprise in One Send-Off. $ M
There was some excellent racing at Brtgh. fj !iB
ton yesterday, and tho peopla went home 31 7
highly pleased with the sport. In the star M H
event of the day, that In which Longstreet, B
llei lore, Prince ltojul and Tea Tray started, M Wm
the rate was very Interesting, the horses run- W 'H
nlng la a close bunch nearly the whole ot the W H
distance. Then Longstreet drew out and Wi ,H
won handily Houston, Bellevue and Tanner C I
nnlshedlna lino In the third race, and only ' B '.IH
the practised e)e of the Judgo could aeparate 8 lV
them. Many thought Tanner bod won, and i li ffl
muny thought Houston was first, but theraco B ;lj
was too close to admit of any one's question. 1
Ing the dcclst m of the Judges. Miss Colvllle, i H
Oertle D. and Alarm BellealsoflnLthed almost - pH
on a line for third place In the sixth race, and' -J$ BH
here thu Judges had to decide again, tor the M -IH
public could not separate them. The funny fi pH
pun of this race was that neither of the ' IH
Jockeys riding wanted to tie third. The last IH
race ulsow as of the sensational order. Qony- IH
medo wax vrlnmug by lengths, when his "J B
Jockey stnrtcJ to pull up and Kern almost. m pj
nlppidhlmon the post. Taken altogether. It 49 HJ
was a great day's sport, even It the favorite M pj
did go down. M UU
As was predicted In this column yesterday, M Hi
tho great sweepstakes raco between Tenoy, M HJ
Longstreet, Hon and lllley will mils out. ftg -HHJ
Tenny's owner refuses to start him, and that M JJ
settles the whole b'Lstcess. The Brighton SB ,HJ
Beach Association hoe withdrawn Its offer, Wm BJ
and, so far as ll Is concerned, the matter U at tjSIJ ' HJ
an end. Tenny and the other cracks may wjj HJ
meet ltoclne, however, later on, KB IB1
Mr. KoiliallKivne is to bo congratulated on 'W ,'pj
the rlngulurly appropriate name he tuu WM UM
chosen for tho Spendthnft-Kapa&sir'lIUy. IJjH ,HJ
She Is a sister to the groat Kingston, and Mr. HJ HJ
Keene has named her (Jueenstou. si HJ
Young Castlo rode a very pretty race on 3Jj ;HJ
cascade ) esterduy, and won his maiden race, 'fljj 'MM
as did fascado himself. At tho head ot the MM :.HJ
I streuh Castle drew his whip. It slipped from Jjfi' JJ
. his hand and flew up in the air. Castle stood aj m
' up in tho stirrups and reached tor It as It tell, 'lH Hi
und mlsstd It, Nothlag daunted he eat down iS Hi
and uigi-d Cascade, siapping her with one 'SI H
i hnuduiid ildlug with the other, ereatually ilm MM
I winning n pretty raie by a neck. UM MM
a Ml. H
Htartir Howe, usually calm and patient, H Hi
tiintl'j u grlevuus bluniler In sending oft the T( HI
h iraes In the socundrncn yesterday. They fi Hjl
pa.ssid him In ragged order, and ho had plentv Hi
! of time to M-o thut they were not on equal .f H
terms. No mm expected ho would drop tho 1 Hi
nag, but he did so, amid murmurs of sur- S Hi
Pil-e. Tho start prartlcally gave 1'edestrUn H)l
thoruee. Jimmy's blurts in the other eventn a Hj
were excellent, and went a good way towards 4 'HI
blotting out the blunder In tho second. Hjl
7 " Mu
llio biggest mutuel thus far declared at 8 MM
lirtguton wusoii (inn) medo yesterday In tho . Hi
last rice. It paid s)llO.';o forS. Book odds HI
wt-roootol. 5 Hl
Milton Vouug was a visitor at Brighton ,B 'IB1
yesterdav. He was looking for another stall- gjj ,H)1
Ion for his McUruthlana farm, and Jimmy -im Mm
Mccormick trottcslHL Carlo out for bis espe- '' Hi
cl&l lienctlt. Ht. Carlo did not change owners, Wm HI
howev er. mm -Hi
Hannah was a beautiful 3-tc-10 favorite. 1& Mm
She wus actually last. Those who rtmem- -XB Hjl
tiered Hannah's performances lut year bad ,iI3 Hjl
her down as u bluffer, and therefore ataytd im, MM
The Dwyers want to sell their New Jersey tl h1
iiroiK'rtv, and arc willing to take tso.000 tor 'Is tH)l
It, Last year the track was assessed at s, i HI
tioo.ooo. This year Ihe Dwyers claimed that . E ,Hjl
the proiierty was not worth so much, and X " .MM
asked for a reduction In taxation. Ihe Tax -iW fMm
Commissioners reduced the valuation to ?S 'HI
00,uoo. 'i he stoppage of racing at Elizabeth. H Hi
means a loss or Sl.lOi In taxes to the town -illl HI
ship. It is bold that the Waverly Park Trot- ifnj Hi
ting Association is negotiating for ihe pur- JfifH 1
chute of the Elizabeth track. S1K9 Hj
Jockey Overton had six mounts ut Chicago PfM Hi
yesterday and landed every one of them a IS Hjl
winner. This beats the best Western record, & Hjl
which up to the present time has been tour fs HI
winning mounts In one day. :il Hj
Dr. snepnard went to Saratoga last night to IH -IH
use his medical skill In restoring to health the 'Hn H
two-) ear-old brother to Banquet and Tea JKJ IH
I Tray, Entre, who la owned by Walcott 6 WBtt ifl
Campbell. The youngster Is dangerously Hfif Hi
&lck. jDH .HI
Chlcagb bos a track war also. The old Cor- A&rL'lHJ
rlgan track will be opened a week from next ,-KMfcHl
Monday, with Col. Lewis Clark In control. ' ym 'JMm
Corrlgan's new track, with Edward at lu iBmpS
bead, will open on the same date. Each side --VJH
. declares that the other must quit or go broke. -"' 'HI
The flglil promises to be Interesting. IS H
John Hunter has purchased from the D- ' bm H
mendorf s ud three yearling colts by Tre- H?I , H
mont, their dams being laulyMoleswortb, La irt H
, Truv but and Kcholesa. He evidently believes ,,& H
thut Tremont Is destined to become a great m?
L. J. flose'k horses have been shipped to J?' 'MU
Brighton, wherethey will undergo a series of mi H
salt water baths, which Is of inestimable itJ-J H
value to hones with sore feet. After that the 'iTO H
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