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LJXTMJ TO BMHMi JJWglP I EXTRA. ! PRICE ONE CEN1. , NEW YORK. TliTKSDAY. .iTLY 7. 1892. PRICE ONE CENT. AN ADVEBTISI EXTRA. 21 DEAD Appalling Result of the Battle at Homestead. More Tlii 60 Per sons Seriously IpoiL The Captured Pinker tons En Route to This City. More Trouble Is Expect ed and Mill Hands Are Prepared. New York Piiikortoii Agency Enlisting Men for Homestead. Preparing for the Fu nerals of Slaughtered Mill Hands. Tho mill bands locked out of the Carnegto Works at Homestead are resting on their Brian today. since tho surrender and re moral to Pittsburg of tbe Plnkerton detec tives, described In tbe despatches vrblcb tol. low, matters have been comparatively quiet In tbe town. But It Is conceded on all sides tbat auotber attempt on tbe part ol tbe Carnegie peoplo to place rinkerton guards In their works will be a signal for the renewal of hostilities, and aa tbe mill hands are better rmed to-day than tbey were yesterday aucb an attempt would be certain to result disas trously to tbe Invading forces. Killed and seriously Injured Injesteiday's tattles, so far as can bo learned to-day, num ber 80, at least. This Is a partial, and at the same tlmo as compete a lst as can be obtained j THE DEAD. I'f rrl. Peter, allot through atomacb. Vat. aturiln, .hot through hurt. ''una, Jobn, a Hnugatlau laborer. hllne,J, ll Pinkertou men, ihot through ead, 'rrlarr Henry, ahot through neok. futaU, Joaenli, ahot through left breatt. Morris, John, ahot through bead. Wayne, Sdlne, .hot through iKk, Wrldran, ThnUKo, ehot In etomaeb. Cornier., HUward, Pinkertou into, .hot In I bt! New York. I, -""rkowaky, Jnlea, ehot In bead, I lli'lae, I'rtrr, ehot In abdomen. I "aria, David, hot In brent. John. ion, WUUan, .hot In itomach, fnnnaa, Allrhael, Plnkerton nit, New Yo'i died loboepltal tula morning. gga i Two Plnkerton man, ehot and fall overboard. Two unknown Hungarian!. The llnkcrton men say that at least seven of tbelr men were killed, two more than are accounted for In tbts list. It Is thought likely that f be bodies of tbe two are lying at tbe bottom of tbe Monongahela luver. THE WOUNDED. Kearney Anthony, ilomeetead. Itelttrr, ii. W., Horaeetead Steel Work., .hot In hip. I.ouahll., l.nvrrcnre, Uomeetead Dual Work., thigh broken, MrCarrv. Ja.eph, watchman on I.lttle BUI, .hot In groin. Hntler. Andrew. Uomeattad iroa.workar, hot In leg. Zaldo, Jeseph, Romaataad i laborer, Wallace, William, Hemeetad laborer. Murray. Allrhael, Hometteid; laborers. hot In right knee. Johnaton, William, Homeitead i .hot In hip. O'Donneil, Hush, Uomeeteadt ahot In hand. ftlct'urre. John, Uomeetead; ehoi In groin. Troy. William, Homeatead, laborer. Well. Knaeell, Plnkerton, ahot in leg. Ilughea, Harry Homeatead, ahotlnoheek, I. rater, David, Plnkerton. Tapt. Haney, Chief of Plnkertoni. Ileln, Fred II., Chief of Deteotlree. Mchuyler. Andrew, Ilomeitaad 1 ahot threogh I. Kane, John, Uomeetead; ahot In leg. Hoffman. J. (3.. detoctlee, Hleglrr, Dnulrl, deteetlre, Philadelphia. Gerhardt, Fred, deteetlre, New York. Illleter, Ed, deteetlre, Chicago. Antberry. Fred, deteotlve, Chicago. .Tlurphr. J. A., detective. Chicago. Helfert, J. K detective. Chicago. Copert, C, detective, Brooklyn. I.utK, John deteetlre, New York. firyan, Fred, deteetlre, Philadelphia. l'rugfa, John, deteetlre, Chicago. I.lslrr. IhiuI. detective, Chicago. Itelder, William, deteetlre, Philadelphia. niallory, Jo.eph. detective, Chicago. .lohnaon, W. If., deteetlre. Chicago. .lleMuIre, I'atrlrk, deteetlre, Mew York. Wrlflhl, Jlcorje. deteetlre, New York. ISmllh, John, deteetlre, Philadelphia. Foy, William, Homestead, Mill handiwoondad In leftbreaet. Itetter. C2eor(ie, Homeatead.mtllhandtbnllot penetrated thigh. Hualaky. Henry. Homeatead, !aborar;ehotln ahonlder. Cndla, Andrew, Homeitead, laborer; ballet, to arm and thigh. Donaka, Charles. Uomeetead, laborer: .hot in thigh. Falntka. Antonio, Homeitead, laborer; ahot In leg. llerahl, John, Ilomeitaad, laborer; ahot In leg. Mulankl, Charle., Homeateadiehot In arm, Itrametl. I New York, deteetlre; ihol In bod with buck. hot. Howard, Edward, Chicago, deteetlre; ibot n knee and right ahoulder. itlnv. Joeeph, Chicago, deteetlre; ihot in right In. Wall, (icorae. Chicago, deteetlre; ehat twice In right arm. Goodrich, Peter. Chicago, deteetlre; ihot In right hand. Wendt. William, Chioago, deteetlre; ibot in left ahoulder. Jllarab, Fred, Chleage. ditectlre; ihot In head. Toombs. I.ewla. Chicago, deteetlre; ahot In left lag. Ilolateln, Frank, Chicago, deteetlre, ibot In right leg. .tlanatn, Dnnl.l, Brooklyn, ditectlre; ihot In right leg, (r'.NrHI, Jnrneih .Cblcago.detectlre; ihot in bead. Ilernatrln, J rob, Chicago, deteetlre; .hot In head. Twenty-five otbers are reported to be sllgbtly Injured. These aro all residents of Homestead, and are nearly all workmen em ployed Id tbe Carnegie mills. Gor, rattlson bas not yet called out tbe Htate troops, ifnd ho Is not likely to do so under existing circumstances. Ilu claims that Sheriff McClcary, of Pittsburg, baa been remiss In bis duty, and tbat In bis appeal for military aid be sought to shirt tbe responsibility upon tbe State's Executive for political reasons. e RESTING ON THEIR ARMS. (FECIAL TO Till EVEKWO WOULD.) Homestead, Pa., July 7,-Everytblng Is NG "MESSENGER- THE WORLD POSTAL CARD, i qulot at Homestead this morning. Tho locked-out workmen of tho Carncglo mills aro resting, but with eyes alert, for tbe air Is full of i umnrs of tho opDroacb of Sheriff 's officers, armed posses, or mtlltla. Tho millmonvtear anxious but dotormlned faces. They offer up a prayer for peace, while their fingers nervousl) clutch pistol or gun, andtbclr oyes wander furtively, bcarch lngly, from point to point. They say tbat thoy expect no further trouble. They scout the Idea tbat Sheriff He CI ear y iraa In earnest when be Issued last night's call to " All good citizens " to appear at bis office at 0 o'clock this morning, which Is 10 o'clock New York time, armed and equipped with sustenance. At I) o'clock a report was recolred that tbe Little Bill was coming up tbe river again, and then another tbat there was a bargo coming from Pittsburg. Tbe guard on tho river bank was doubled, but many of tho men slept in conn dence that the Company was too thoroughly thwarted to at onco send moro detectives to tbe scene. Tbe mill bands' leaders think It exceed ingly Improbable that tbe firm could get more men just now for guard duty. It Is cer tain tbat many homes In Homestead aro arsenals, for the men captured GOO rifles In the barges, and the) know bow to use them, too, now and will It other men are brought hero. Tbey do cot themselves look upon this as a decisive contest and tbey expect other battles. As tbe smoke cloars away tbe mill men realize tbat this move to put tho works In tbe core of Plnkerton detoctlves was contem plated and prepared for weeks ago, before there was tbe first breath of trouble, and this thought maddens tbe workers. When, shortly after midnight, tho volun teer deputy sheriffs of tbo Amalgamated As sociation assisted tbo I'lnkertons Imprisoned In tbo RlnkOpera-Uouse to depart from there It was tbo signal for a relapse Into quiet, but It was an armed bivouac, and tbe workmen bavo not ceased one wblt tbelr alertness and determination. Tho fight ceased for the time because tbere was nobody left to fight. Tbe I'lnkertons were permitted to return to Pittsburg, and about thirty of them were taken directly to tbo hospitals, tbere tu have their wounds dressed. eomi or THE INJURED. Tbere are eighteen men at tbe West Pcnn- ESCORTING TBE CAPTURED PINKERTONB TO JAIL. I'lnkertons bad laid down tbelr arms. An Evening World reporter succeeded In getting a word from two of them, but tbelr names wero not divulged, bald ono of them : "I did not know that wo were going as an army to Invest Homestead. 1 supposed wo were to go simply as watchmen. But wo were on those barges and ono could not get away. Bullets struck tbo bargos and pene trated tbe Bbell-llke bouses or shelters, and those ot us who did not get bit wero lucky. I never paased through an experience bo terri ble In all my- lite, and I bopo never to again." Tbe otber detective said; " We were Just as much tbe victims of a MAP 6HOWWQ HOMESTEAD AND PITTSBURG. syivanla Hospital, and tbe lin Includes tho following, most ot whom are Ilnkertons : Antiiont Keaknet, a mill worker. Ills wound Is a serious one, but not dangerous. Jons l'Rcau, of Chicago, shot In tbo bead and arm. Locts Ltai.iu, of Chicago, shot In tho arm. C, CorsRT, of Brooklyn, .V. Y., a Plnkerton man, who Is dangerously shot In tbe thigh and one hand. JonN Lutz, ot Now York, serlou&ly Injured with wounds from a club on tbe neck and bead and severo kicks In tbe stomach. Fhxd (Ikvin, of Philadelphia, shot and clubbed on tbo bead. All these are severely hurt. J. E. tjlefert, J. A. Murphy, Fred Antberry, Ed Illleter, of Chicago, and Kred Oerhart, of New York; Daniel bleglcr and William Kelder, of l'hlla dclDhla, wero all clubbed more or les3 seri ously. Joseph Mallory, of Chicago, Is shot through tbo tblgh and terlously Injured. W. H. Johnson, of Chicago, bas a sprained ankle j Pat Jlagulre, ot Chicago, was shot lu the arm; Ueorgo Wright, ot New York, was wounded In tbo leg and back by an exploding shell, and Jobn Smith, ot Philadelphia, was shot In tbe band. Nearly all theso were hurt after the Mir render and while on tbe march trom the boats to the Hlnk through tho douhlt lino of strikers. Ot the number, three are likely to die. WOW IN JOINED IN Till AS-UUI.T. Tbo Plnkcrtons were not disposed to talk when corralled at tho Hlnk. They were a sorry lot, for bardly a man bad escaped In running the gauntlet of tho tnfurlated women from the barges to the Itlult at tbe time ot the surrender. As lu the days ot the French Revolution, the women were even moro vehement than the nion, ond Inflicted blows upon every enemy tbey saw, though the surrendering trap as were the mill bands. There was not an enemy ot tho laborers In tbo party on tbo barges, but we appeared In the gulso of ene mies, organized and come to trample them aown and tako their lives with Winchester rifles. I do not wonder that tho first shot, which was fired by eouio bot-beaaed man on one ot the Larges, precipitated tbo awlul bat tle tbat ensued." At h.uo this morning tho rumor reacbcJ Homestead that tlov. Paulson had arrived ut Pittsburg under cover of tbo night, coming on a special train at 4 o'clock this morning. Tbo rumor spread llko wild fire, and In ten minutes the streets ot tbo town wero thronged with angry men and v, omen ready to flgbt. TBUD TO FCT THE OOVEHNOIt IN A 1101 E. The Ilttsburg morning papers, though all but one aro Republican, crltlrlso .Sheriff 11 c Cleary moro or loss severely and nn tho street It li declared that ho Is doing his beet to " put Gov. rattlson In a hole." It Is declared that the hherirf might hato saved all this bloodshed and the trouble that Is surely yet to come had ho taken tho matter In band at tho proper time. The Hffimuh says; " Tho Governor Is icrrecl in tho opinion tbat military arms should not beiosortcdto until civil authority tailed." Then It adds, referring to tho advance and retreat without a protest of twelve deputy sheriffs: ' But It Is difficult to see how there could be a moro complete demonstration of tbe Inadequacy ot the civil power luauuas presented all day yesterday." fKVEHE ON flKM'dlE. Editorial comment Is also severe upon An drew Carnegie, even lu tbo Republican pa pers. Tho nmcasajsi "Tho conference proposed by President Welbe, ot tbe Amalgamated Association, was refused yesterday at a greater risk of great loss of lilo than should bavo bceu taken, and In the ond the endeavors ot President Welho nnd bis associates prevailed sufficiently to bring about tb surrender of 300 Plnkerton men, and prevented tho slaughter that must have ensued." UItt, HANDS UIOROANIZtNO FOR rORTitxn nKSIRTANCK. At 10 o'clock this morning the mill bands gathered In tbelr fort of steel Wllets and re organized tor furtber resistance. Thoy bavo armed 240 of tbelr mon, each with a Winchester rlflo, tbe arms taken from their Plnkerton captives last night before tbey let them depart for Pittsburg. Tho mon are moro determined than ever and declare tbat the end is not yet. Wo are battling for our homes and our families ; wo will tight to tbe bitter end," said one of them as ho bandied bis Winches ter carefully. This call to arms was tbo result of word from Pittsburg that tbo office ot bhcrlff Mc CKary was surrounded by a body of citizens, come to volunteer In forming a posso to visit Homestead. REI-OHTrD KEIEASE OP Till HNIERTON". 1 r. u. A report has Just reached here tbat sheriff Mccieary has released from custody the captured Plnkerton men who were taken to Pittsburg. Tbe report has caused Intense HI feeling, and tbo act Is regarded as a breach ot faith. When tho men agreed not to kill tbe guards It was with tbo understanding that tho de'ect nes should bo placed In Jail until Informations tor murder could be sworn out against I hem. When It was remembered that It tbe men appeared as witnesses the mill bauds would theinbelves bo liable to prosecution tor riot, tho excitement subsided somewhat Several of tho leadors expressed relief over tho release and believed that there would bo no legal complications arise. 1 hey declaro that had the guard! not como here there would hate been no violence. Ah an evidence- of their sincerity, a committee of throo went through the works at an early hour this morning and curled up ropos and hose, took down all barricades and removed, ho far as possible, all evidences of the conn leu ri'NEKAi.8 or the dead wii.i. hands. Preparations have been hastily made for tho funerals of tho workmen who lost their lives tn j esterdaj 's melee. John n.Morrls, who was a highly Intelligent man and a natural leader of his fellows, Is tho most deeply mourned. Ho was enly twenty-eight years old and leaves a widow, 'I hey lived in a comlortublo homo on Ninth avenue. Ills funeral w 111 tako plat o this afternoon from tho .Methodist Chunb, Rev. J. Mclljar officiating, assisted by Magdala Lodge of tidd 1'ellotvH, and lodgo No. -toy Knights of Pythias. Ills remains will bo followed to tbo grave In Homestead I'cmetcry by thousands ot Ills fellow workmen, their wives and children, and It would U unfortunate Indeed should an attempt bo mado by tho Carnegles or the sheriff to regain possession ot tho mills dur ing the solemn occurrence. 1 he funeral of bllas Waj no, the young man ol ivvcmy.nVL' years, whoso bead was actually shot off by a cannon ball whllo he looked on at tho battle .of yesterday, will also take place this afternoon at tbo Frco Methodist Cburcb, Rev. John B. Glass oniclatlng. Ho wan to ba.-o been married on Aug. l to Miss Mary Jones, a young English girl. Tho news ot Wayne's awful death was almost a fatal blow to bis fiancee. Hue fainted when she heard tho news and was delirious for hours. Tbe funeral ot Henry Sblogel, who was shot through the heart by a stray bullet whllo standing some distance away as a witness of the battle, wlH occur at 1 o'clock to-morrnir mornlng at tne St. Francis Oerman Cathollo Church. Ho was but nineteen years old. Thomas Weldon, tho man who shot himself by accident, will bo burled trom Ht. Mary's Catholic Cburcb at 11 o'clock to-morrow. He leaves a helpless wife and four little children. Tho preparations for tboso solemn rites have put tbe workmen In a very dangerous frame ot mind. They are subdued, but In n tre mendous anger. o DREADING ANOTHER BATTLE. Sheriff McCleary's Office Burroundod by an Excited Crowd. (arrciAL to tiukmnihci world Pittsbubo, July 7 o.ao a. u it is difficult to get nearer than 100 rect ot SherlfT 31c Clcarys office. There Is a crowd of at least f.OO peoplo there, and It has been given out tbat there nre USO volunteers tbere ready to Le sworn In as deputy sheriffs, In response to the proclama tion Issued by the Hherirf lato last night. It Is satd tbat tbe Hherirf wavers, and Is doubtful how to act. At any rate tho mon aro not being sworn In as yet and the Sheriff is closeted with advisors. The report that Gov. Pattlson bad como to town seems lobe without foundation, at least no one can be found who knnwa anything about It. The streets ot Pittsburg are filled with peoplo who peruso tbe many nowspo. pers and scrutinize the bulletins. There Is apprehension of some unexpected outbreak at Homestead, llko that which startled and horrirted tbo city yesterday morning. lo.ao a. u. -Deputy Sheriff Marshall, who basin charge tbo work of swearing in the special posse of 230 men, says lugutrlottoly that there bis cot been a single volunteer, and only twenty-Ovo men bars obeyed the peremptory aummons addressed to tlum by Sheriff McCleary. Tbe summons reads llko this: " Mr, i You are berebr eutnmoned to ap. pear at Hh.rtff'e offiee on to-inorrow morning, Thur.dar tnurning, at 9 o'clock, with arm. and eubel.teoce, to aid the Sheriff in luppre.HDg a riot now In progre.. at Homestead. "(Mned) William HrC'LrHT, Sheriff "Plttaburg, Pa., July (I, 18)3. such summonses wero sent .tut yesterday to 600 citizens. Mr. Marshall says tbat his advices from Homestead are that all is quiet and peaceful about tho Iron works, and he no tint tho posso will nut move upon Homestead to-da, "It U vtlckKd to Irritate tho men," mIJ Marshall. " It was wrong fer that l'lnkcrlou I posse to go Homestead. It brought on alllho trouble. Tbe men vrcre peaceable biforo the'r arrival, and wo do not propoo to luoluat tbem so long as tbere Is no violence there. A Htl'OKTEH'S KKTOKr ON T11K MIBIIIK. For lorno tnscrutablo reason sheriff Mc cieary addressed a summons to rcveral newspaper men and one ot tbem, sumucl Lull, ot the CVHtmrrvfiibCazrffr. was sworn In under protest. It seems tbat these re porters aro nearly all of tbem Democrats, and one of them protested so strongly that the swearing In ofllcer said: Are you too Dig a coward to go!" "No," replied the reporter, quietly, " but my sen Ices aro particularly valuable to me i and to my paper Just at tbls exciting Junc ture. I'll go willingly If you will swear In Mr. Chris Mngee, who was right here a mo ment ago." This hit the Sheriff's officer bard. Mr. Magce Is the leader of Veteru Pennsylvania Republicans and bas been Sheriff McCleary's closest adviser In tbls trouble. Tbe reporter was excused. rirrsBCKU roitcc rRXCACTiosc In accordance with an order Issued by Su perintendent of Police O'Mara, a double force of onicers reported for duty at Central sta tlou at H o'clock this morning. Tbe order was a precautionary ono and was made for tbe purpose of being lu readiness In case of emergency. The Superintendent said tbe streets were liable to be crowded with Idle men and boys, many or them strangers In tbe city, drawn here by tbe unsettled condition of tbo labor strike. Those, be said, would not be allowed to congregatu on the streets at any place, and If It Is necessary to use force, It w HI be done, as order must be preserved. The massing ot tho men at Central station Is to bavo tnem In readiness In case tbe crowds become stubborn. Tbo Mupcrluten dent did not think, however, tbat any trouble would occur, as bo was of tbe opinion that the prcsencu ot the police would be sumclent to keep any crowds moving. TWO DEAD rtMEHTON MEN IDENTIFIED. This morning the bodies ot J. II. Kline and Edward Conners, two of tbo I'lnkertons who were killed In yesterday's affray, were Iden tified on descriptions wired to Coroner Mc Dowell by Chief Plnkerton himself. Immedi ately thereafter, elegant metal caskets were taken to the morgue and the bodies of these two were placed In tbem. This was In marked contrast to tho fate of the body ot JObcpli Sotak, an Italian worl. man, w ho fell In the battle. Sotak's body lav i uncared for till Michael Olan, a Homeitead' neighbor of the dead man, camo and Identi fied It and bad a cheap rortln made for It, all tbat he could afford. The tuetalto caskets for the reception of tho bodies ot couners and Kline wero sent by the order of supt. J. W. Pitter, of the Carnegie Mills nnd at tho expense of the Company. Connern's body will bo shipped to friends lu New 1 ork to-night and Kline's will bo sent tu l hlcago at tho same tlm.'. Coroner MclMwell visited the Morgue this afternoon and empanelled a Jury, with Rev fi. Asbury as foreman. Tho jury viewed ho letualus of ibeic three bodies and permits were issued for tbelr removal. w SECRETARY LOVEJOY TALKS. Thn Cnrnogis Company Determlnsd Nut to ltocotlo from Its Position. r.irrut to thf KvrNisa wnM.t I'lTIMll kii. P.t., July 7. An Kvekino (Cuiitl'iurrt mi jM-rond I'ajt.) " HFTWHHN Till: if V A: IlKAVO. lOc. lULr DlMr. fc. , ail-tobatco cigarette., are tbe vulrLrauduiad.brltiui.il, Hall, fcauu'dlf J6.V ' DABY TOILERS OF EUROPE. Noll NolHon In next Sunday's WORLD will deBcribo tbo children of tho great German city of Ham. burtr, She follows tliolr lives from hurd-worlcod ohlldhood to over worked maturity. It Is an article that wilt InBtruot American youth and make It more patriotic EXTRA. 1 DR. RICE, j ' ! Captures the Hopeful Stakes from Hammie f at Monmouth, I 'i a.- ..,.-.,, - ; GARRISON'S FINE RIDING. 1 Favorites Rule the Day Yorkvllle Belle Gallops In. a ' t.rrpur. To the evemko woeld. 1 'jj Monmoctu Pake Hide Trace, July 7. Tbe r; attendance at Monmouth Park to-day showed ! uu Increase over Tuesday ot at least 8,000. The excellent programme bad muohtodo with this, as did also the perfect weather. i The track was tn perfect condition and Terr ?; fast. .' Jockey Garrison treated the throng to a ' beautiful exhibition ot Jockeysblp In the first ' race. A furlong front home ho was whipping ? M ad i tone, white J ouug Covington persevered, ''' riding Nlratbineath desperately. In the last few Jumps Harrison pushod Madstone's head v; Just tar enough in front to enable tbe Judge 5 to decide In his favor. Maastonewas favorite, l and Harrison was rewarded with thundering ., applause. Straihmcatb was second choice, and It must be admitted that you nit Coving. y tuu roda a good tltilsb. slelpuer, who waa ; pluuged on b tbe baudicappers tor a good ,- thing, was third. '-. Ilammtt) was withdrawn from tbe second . rare, and the talent selected Cactus as a good J thing. They plaieJ him down trow :i to 1 to ,-i H ton. He wou, wit Sims tame' vwy near uniting too Knur wlih him. At tbu last furlong pole be was sixth, but "' just got up In tliiin to nip Miss Maude on tbe i? post. 'I he latter was a real good thing, and was quietly played down from .'10 to lu to 1. J Her owners were beat oui or a soian ioriuuo by Just a low inches. Mutiny, well ridden by Jimmy l.ambley was a good third. 5 Tho third race went to Iir. me. the favor- He. He won very easily. Hammlc, second choice, secured place money rrom Elslno colt, i a L'O to 1 cliuuce, ' Just after the third race It was reported "fc that fifteen bookmakers bad been arrested - nnd tiken tooceaniort. This was denied by . Mr. Appleby, the teitlng-rlng manager, who said thai his expected visitors bad not yet . arrived. : first bace. ! Tree handicap sweepstakes ot (20 each. ; with 1 1,000 added; seven furlongs. ,' Slarl.r.. H'.tcM.. Jettut. fin. Bf. Sla. ', Mau.tuue I ls..larnuu . I 4 1 m Strathm.ath IIS Corlnitou a 3i 'i f Melpner lls..lluggelt .. J -i S , Kilkrnor 'is J lmbl'r a 5 4 11 I.l.uul. Kill W.Ml'gler 4 la S gfgf ll.rlem . lit lllake 0 (1 B Pott llittlog-Mail.tntie, 7 to 5 and I t 2; SEal Strattimealti, I and M tn A, Slelpner, 4 andeveai 'JJJJJJJJ KlU.nuj. luandJ, l.ltuuia, lllu4 4j Harlaaa.'iD m Kilkenny cut out the pare to the three- IH tlghths tiole, vvheru he gave way to Uvonla, ''gfS who led t(ithuthree-(iiarters, with Kilkenny ",M aud Slelpner, -tratlimentl. and Madstone jebeI closu up. strathineath drew out In the last . JB turlung, but Madstone, under Harrison's des- ; perata urging, nulled htm In tbe last few " vardsand won by a short head. Strathmeatlj 'HJ was four lengths In front of Slelpner. Time 'v9j l.'J7!4. y-J SECrtD RACE. ''Vjl l'reo handicap sweepstakes for two-year- H oldt. of t"-'u each, with (1,000 added, three- iiuarters ot a mile. IH .Mirf.n. Hl. J.,r. SI. 11' f. la. gBjl o.ctu. lux .Mm. a 6 1 ABB ! VII.. M.'ltle. - VV vtldgl'y 0 J 11 "BB Mutlnj .... 'JV ..I LiuiLloy 1 4 3 VM lM..ilirnl in Talal ,i S 4 KB I Kiperliueut Ib4 .nleaun . . 'S 1 S . Salutation lit A.tur'gt'a H B ft I Jilt...... U7 T, Moaue, 4 5 7 -BB ' Intenrlt; 10S llucgett ,.7 7 8 kBB . U.lii.lrui 110 lll.le. .. a U hBB 1'n.t betting -Cactu., rt to Sand 3 toll; Mendt- ' JgBJ I cant. A to 1 and erent Kaiuilrup, 0 and 3 to 1 ; Ea- ''BB oenment, 7 lot and 5 to 'J, Mim Maude. 15 aod yBB a to 1 , Imeirttr. 30 and S to 1 i rUlntatlon, !IS and A-BB a M 1. Mul.ej, JO and 10 to I , .1111,40 and I J tol. ;BB Jilt and Kspcrlinent took turns at the lead M tor half a mile, with Miss Maude and Mend!- t'.BB 1 rant eh -e up. In tho last turloog Sims BB brought caclitH up with a rush, ail catching Miss Maude, who was In from, beat hex out a neck on the pest. Mutiny was third, a , length away and a neck in front ol Mendt. cant. llme-l.HJJ. TUIRU RACE. The Hopeful stakes, for two-year-olds, ot aiou each, with si.oUO added; tnree-nuir- ! tersofamlle. ' Starltrl, II .!. Jitrtiyi. rl. Bit. ft. Ir Hice 1J3 .Fltnuitr'k 4 1 n I. Ilaimule WS .'laral J 'J VH .&r Kl.mo eolt 1 18 Slcane. (i S 31 ff Hltlitawar .... IIS (iarrl.nn .. 16 4 ,,f. I.lttle Mid US llogetu 3 S A '.ft Shell. Tuttle lis ltlak. .77 . Katie A nil; 1.0 .Murphy .. 5 4 T 'JV Actlretlllr 115 Sim.. .888 W I'o.t Il.ttln-llr. Kite, 0 to 5 and 9 to a Ham. ,i mle, 3 lo 1 aud ereu, Little Mid. 8 to 1 and 5 to'it I katie A. nllr. Hi to 1 aud :t to 1 1 Itlgbtawar.l'i to 1 and S to 1 , Kl.lno oolr, 211 to 1 and 8 to 1 j Actlra llllr. '5 tol and lOtul.ttnelly lu.tl., 30 to laud lOlol j 1 Dr. itlce went to the front soon after the . start, and was never after headed, winning ' handily by a length from Hammie, who waa u length and a halt in iront ot Klslao colu ' 'I line-1 15)4. U rnvRTit race. H Tho Monmouth Daks Stakes, for filly three- Q year-olds. of $ioo each, with 1,500 added; -M mllo and a ijuarter. - m Marlmrt Whit. jAtitvl. .StrC. Bit. fin, , M Vorkvllle (telle. 117 Mutj.hr... 1 II II M Aiiti.il 110 l.lttfeneld. 3 S tl ' Allijulrui. . 110 Sim. , .. 3H 3 .' ' Po.l It. lung Vorkfllle belle, 1 to 10 aod outl . Anna P, , 7 to 1 aud i lu a, Alllijulnpa, 15 to 1 and tB 7 to 5. , The raco was an eiercle canter for York- imM vlllo llelle. who led from start to finish and 1M wou in a canter by two lengths from Anna Cii((7iufiroiri'i7rd I'age.) 'H Got Next aunday's "World" for JHl This. 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