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CleYerly Ridden by Flynn
Defeats the Favorite,
Bess McDuff' Captures the First
Race in Very Easy
Eugene Leigh Returns Gas
ton's Money and Offers
an Apology.
iCfTrBCRa ISacx Track, Oct. SI. The
Cuttenburg track was crowded to bu (location
this afternoon, hourly twulvo thousand peo
plo wero present, mid It la sale to Bay It Is tUo
high-water mark In tbe history ot tho Asso
ciation. The limited accommodatlona of tlio
gpnd stand were taxed to tuelr utmost. Not
it t-i'i wis to be bad, and during tbe prog
lues or tbu races tho lr.wn was a solid moss
in proplu.
Ilio crowd was out (or tbe dust, andthoy
COt It ; clouds of it blow in from tbe open
i pace of tlio grand bland and covered every
one nisaa wblte coating. Ton minutes' work
with a watering , cart, would have remedied
thin, but no one seemed to thing of (topping
Tbp weather Was' cool and pleasant. Tho
traclt was In fluo condl'lon. Tbe progamme
V as excellent .and tlio crowd expected great
sport duilng tbe afternoon. Whether they
wero disappointed or not may be seen from
tbu summary of races below :
The opening oent u a dash otamlle.
Tlio talent ana booktos agreed that It was an
airtight for Hess McDuff, and thuy were not
mistaken. Hue took tho lead at tbe fall ot tbo
flag and wat never troubled. John Winkle,
tho cUolco for tbo place, moved up second on
tbe backstretcn and stayed there to tbe end.
He was bard pressed by Freezer, and only got
the nlaco by a neck.
stowaway was the choice-ot the talent In
tbo second race, but many stayed off, w hen
they saw that the regular stable Jcckcy,N.IIHl,
hud been supplan:cd by W. French. Tho
latter was put up to get betting, and n gen.
nous prlco was quoted. Stowaway was
backed down to 8 to .". and won hands
down. Vespavlan, cleverly ridden by Cun
ningham, was second at odds of SO to 1. Hear
iiuitrtl, a Gloucester crack, was third, liar
guerlle did well for a half a mile, but the dls
lunce was not to her liking and sho is not
ovenvnd ot weight.
Hub silt borland captured the third race In
handy style, boating out tbo favorite, Mc
Ktover. Dob Sutherland w a second choice,
liollvar, a 7 to 1 chance, was third. Floutctio
w as close up for half a lnllo and tbeu died
an ay.
There was somo surprtso manifested jes
lerday when hugene Lolgli bid up Dllly Gas.
ton'b colt It igbtawny soo aver his entered
i-elling price. Lclgu, It beums. did not know
bat Gaston owned tne colt, aud as soon as
ho learned that I act be paid Claston tbe f sou
nd apologised lor bis action. It Is also re
poi ted that curley Ik and Leigh have patched
up their difficulties nud that Leigh's horses
will not be bid up by tho hooky again.
huit hack.
run 4.100 j ouo mile.
, (.. Wf. JutttW. fin. int it.
llra.M Dart llS..llrliitn . . 5 l'H II
John Wlukte Htl,.Duuohur.. .11 !' '.."
irencr , HS..1I. .lonie . 1 A i4
Hlr Itao OH. .William. 7 S 4
l.mjJohp.on ...... 107, .Mtrtlu .. J .lit a
Tum....r '.,,,lu7..Molerm'' 4 U B
Tlio Nutria1 1U7..W. Kreneh 0 7 7
Poet Betting; Bess MoDuff. It .and out! John
"Inkle, s to 1 and ini lurk, 6 to 1 and7tof
freezer, '.0 and 7 to 1 , The bhirilf. So and 7 lo 1 ',
Lucy John.on, 3 'J and 10 to 1 j Hlr Itae, 30 and 10
HessMoDuff made evory furlong n winning
post and lauded tbo money easily by two
lengths from John Winkle, who beat Ireezcr
a neck. Itmo l.-ltl.
Mutuolspaldi Straight J a.03; place, 3..1&.
John Winkle paid 2.n.-.
Purso tsoo; for tno-)or-pld non-nlonets
ot si, . 100: rix turlongs.
Marrrri. trecoAla. .'Aev. Rrt. Jilt. Fin
piuwawar,,, UJ..W. trench 'i !' I'
,eenalau. ,. 98. Oun'h'm. 5 0 21
Hear Cinard VS..V. Doane.. II 7 :i
1'ootmiiter .,. t)8,.ilorrte... 4 4 4
'erauerlte 110. .T. H;nn,. II a 8
tahnloula U6..1, Ulf h.. 1 U" 7
Post Tlelting-SlmTiinay, 7 to 3 audi toi Hear
mara, o to -j ami 4 lo & Po.troatler, 7 loQ ami
eni Marguerite, 6 ai,d 'i.ialoJouU l'i and 4;
cpatlan, 30 and 8, Uullltator, 8U aud IP.
Marguerite aud btowawuy raced head and
head Into tbu stretch, where .Marguerite quit, I
Mowanay then iievv away and won handi
uonii by fio lenjlhs lioni e'lpasu, who
beat Hear uuard u, length lor tbo place.
..Mutuels paid i Straight, .1.03; place, 3.03.
Cipa8lanpaJd 814.45.
' Tltllin HACK.
Handicap; puruo 00; live furlongs.
iiOhuilifrlaud lta,.FIon... . :l . 1
UiKet.er IOS,.neJker.. 4 Hi V''
g',"lr llii, l.fljnn.., I J' 3
flenrette 101 .Moil,. . 0 '.'IW 4
!rf,u..rf- 10..lUltli 'i a ,"
Men rlht liihl. June. .8 7 II
l'JlnU'loiiiior....;.lU5.,Morrl , H II 7
en n ,.,,iil, Up'im'tt 7 K K
! hii lUJ..Cnl(tier ..II 10 l'i
"'"" T ll)5..t. V'nk'rnlil ll 11,
- '' Inline; -i!cKf e rr, lo a end .1 v i. IK.b
i ,1";,i'i.'"i, ; ii 'j and err m Irri'ituUr. 3 and 1 lo
V JJ'w",11' d and J tu 1 1 I'ollrer. antl fl t 1 1
' 'n W,ih, luanrt 4.. 1.
in 'ii",'' ' """i '' d ! Haret reaad, a If and
V '''"'' ' iu and 'JU, MaltfrKrlm, Co and
iui.K'Y,,r' l'lurep nnd Jtollur were tbo
t 'flii'fia to iliubenunf tlio stretch, Iloo
kIMul rl?n" roused Itoli Sutherland, and.
t Svi.,',r ---0 'aopni at tho last, sutcentu
' l-wie, drew put and won handily by tno
( . e
I -v- ; '''' Q
lcngthslroin McKeever, ho beat Bollver a
head. Tlme-Lim.
MiitucM paid! straight, $Jt.lO; plar.
4.10, McKeever paid .I.1S.
l'urso fooo, handicap; ouo mllo and a tut
long. ftarfite. BeljAf. Jeretvi, flri. mf. 1,
Iftfo UU..HHiolilt ... 1 111 111
Kitkoter... .,,. .1IU..M Dermuit 'I t t
K ....liu .Mariiu. ana
1'o.t Beitlni-loain, flto 6 and uuts Hi co. U to
1 ami 1 to i i Klrkoitr, 8 to I aiH 2 to 8,
logan cut out tho running to tho turn,
wboro KlrkoTer suddenly shot out and
opened up a gap ot two lengths, w bleb hi
held Into tbe stretch.
Tbore Logan ran under tho whip, clos-d up
gamely and won a great l.ico byahoaci
Klrkuer was four length) In front of Klco.
'1 ime 1.4UU.
Mtitnels paid! btralght, tlkOOj place, y,80.
Klrkovcr paid 83.-J5.
nrrn hack.
rurso B00. tbo winner to bo Bold at auc
tion; six aud a halt lurlongs.
Martin. Hitghf. J-xkif. rtarl. Hot, rin
toiford 103 Morrii. ..4 8 !
Jack llote . ...,,.llll..lUleril,. . 1 I', 3
lUmnlnr US..Miiriln .. 0 fl 3n
.lew.ller lull, llrlflln. ... 8 4 4
lie b If mn 100. .1. iioaue. -i V 8
Deniei , 110 .Vaiikuren. J ,m 0
Pol Hettlnx ttauiblr,eTenandoutj Jaak ltu.e,
a to 5 and I to 'J I Jeweller, 3 to 1 and 7 to 6,
Foifonl, 30 and 0 to 1 1 Balbriaceu, 30 and 7 to
1 ; Daniel, ICO and 'JO lo 1,
Jack lto.se cut out the running to tbo far
turn, where Foxford lolned him.
In thu stretch 1'oxlord drow nnay and won
by a longth from Jack Hose, who beat H am
bler eight lengths. 1 1mc l.SUK.
.Mutuols paid! straight 47.7r.; place,
$l-'.7o. Jack Hose paid u.3u.
l'urfio $400; sot en furlongs.
,- ni'tt.-)
ffurl.r.. IT'tffhtK. Jodtevr. Mr'eAI. riart.
Ctuimon Seiiia... 133. .Kane 181 8-,l
Ailrenturer 133 .llorton 8-1 II -1
lladant 133 .Morrl 6-1 3-1
!;c. 1(1. .K. llfb Ten 3-8
Violet b. til .Maeon !1-1 4-5
Blackthorn 133..Kcllj 9-1 erm
Adventurer won tbe sixth race.
lolct S. was second.
Kadlant was third.
Knlolc Knack Colt Wins the Opening
Dash by a Bead.
Washington (Ckkninos Hack Tbacx), Oct.
ai. To-day was a holiday In the district,
and consequently tho attendance was enor
mous. Urnnd stand, lawn and batting ring
were packed, and It was worth ono's Hie al
most to go Into tho ring.
.Mald?n two-year-olds ; six and a half fur
. SKirttri. Wilt. Jeekwi. girt. Hit. rtn.
Knlck Knack colt. .101,. Bergen.... a 'J 1"
SUj 1j), lU7..Klme H 4u 3i
Naphtha 1H0..J. Lambler H G 3ii
Alien colt 10SI,.Mida-ler... 1 II 4
Herald 10J..lilk. 0 81 o
Inaot llu..Lambler, 8 7 It
Vaadin 113..Taral 4 S 7
Bonnie Ilundee l01..Tlor..... II H M
HllrerQueen 10H..toi 11 11 'I
Jennie Hell tillr.... 100.. Olerloo.... to It) 10
Yonna UiMhMeo...lOJ.Xarrieaej.. V 0 It
LadpuperIor.......lOQ..U. itoa;era.l3 13 13
Peat lletti oc-aUm eolt. 9 to 1 and to 8 1 Kuick
Knackoolk ,TtlanaBlMarboM, tol and
MtoatM'era.Cta.Aasdltolalncot, 10 aDd'4
Herald, IB and Ol Bonnie Uond. M and 8.
napntha,30and7l Younx OncaVa,o. 411 and 10
Tannie Halt flllj, SO and 30: lidj Superior, GO
and30HhTergneD, 60 and 30.
Tbe Alleo colt led to tho last furlong, where
there was a general closing up ana Knlck
Knock colt corning strong won by a head,
May I,oso tbe samo distance In front ot
Naphtha. Tlme-U.6(.
Belling; flvo furlongs.
Starltrt. H"r. Jrtyi. ritu JHf. Fin.
Walcott 117..Uosiett .. 2 3M ll
Kltocco. tll..Torc 1 ll 3'
Oapt. wasuer ll6.,C!lerlco..,, 4 31 33
Alcalde llll. Lamhle.. It 11 4
Mrracme HI3..tJraford.. 7 H 6
Lemon Uloeeom ... .103.. w, Tarlor. 3 8 0
I. B. Kreod 10 J . .Ml.1c.lr ... H 7 7
Montello Hi..Hlieerln . 0 11 8
Carmine Ul ..J.Larublrj 8 4 9
loat BetMng Walcott, 7 to 1U and out! riiroccn,
7 and 3 lo 5 . Alcalde, 12 and 4 lo 1 1 Lemon Bloa
om, 30 and 7 to 1; J, B. traod, 30 and 8 to 1 ;
Uapt. Warner. 40 and 13 tol: Carmine, 60 and 18
to 1; Rjrracuie, 10U and 40 to 1; Montello, 100 and
40 to 1.
Sirocco made the running till a furlong
from tho nnltn. Walcott then rent to the
froit and won easily by a length irum si
rocco, who beat Capt. Wagner tbrco lengths
for the place. Time 1.014;.
Handicap ; six furlongs.
.Sfurl.r. l tight: Jorkiy, s rt. Wf. iVn,
I'hlenlck OJ..MIdafej... ,", III. 19
LUzctta 104..Laniblejr.. l 2 21
loruientor 134. Hlme I 4 3t
KerWeet 111.!.. Tailor 2 In 4
Kill ,..HI0..Lartaier. .. 4 8 5
l'oet L-ttlnx Lliietta, V to 10 and 1 to J: Tor
mentor, 11 toBand 2 to 81 Key Wet, 4 to 1 and
eten; Ella, -.Oando; Chl.elck, 20 and 6.
Key West and LLtretta ran lapped to the
stretch. Chiswlck then came through and
won handily by tbreo parts Of a length. 1.1
7Ctta beat Tormentor three lengths tor tho
place. Time 1.14H-
Selling ; one and three-sixteenths miles.
ilarKn. WleH. Jeeiaya. girt. Jilt, in,
Dia.lo ,112..Taral 1 111, 11
Ujuoiiuro.t 105,,l.ambleT.. 2 4 2"
NfrW.ller luiellLll 3..)lren 8 8 ,11
Alsnnia 91. ..I Lamblejr 4 2 4
Lerohmont, 07, Midcler... J Hi 8
l'oet Betting Ulahlo, 7 to 10 and oat I Ojnoeure,
2 to land 2 to 8; Larcaiuont,7 to 1 and A to6i AI
Home, 12 and 3 to 1; Sir Walter ltaleixti. 80 and
10 tol.
Larchmont and Algomo, head and head,
mada tho running till a quarter ot a mile from
home. Diablo then camo away and won easily
bythreo lengths. Cynosure beat Sir Walter
Jtalclgh a neck for the place. Time z.WJ'i
rirru hack.
Deatcu horses; one mile.
. Billing
Starrert. rr' Joekeui. Alialtf. I'larr.
rovrlandvr.. 102..1lor tt-5 out.
Kriklna VI. bhe.rin 30-1 8-1
Nocabarren ,,..,.,. 'IH,,larrUrejr, , ,,2il 1 r 1
Plenty 0J.,Mlit(le, 211-1 8-11
11.11 D I'M .!(' ... 40-1 01 '
Kuitn Iter... 87 J.lnihlrr arenaJdnnt
Won tj lAiwIai dor, Nockbarren bevond,
Kraln Boy third. llme-l.437f.
Olopcxstxb Hack Tiucx, N. J., Oct. !M.
Tho results ot to-day's racos are as follOHS-
FlrstMtacc Purso 100: four anl a bulf
furlongs Vou bv Jack ot Diamonds. Llttlu
Phil second. Persuader third, 'i lmuo.n7K.
bocuiid Kaco Purso f.ioo; Blx mrlont'K.
Wrnb) VllnoTa)lor, CM nkumuell second,
I Lorr.Hno third, 'llmo-l.lll'i.
Third Iiace-Puise $300! seven furlongs,
! Won by KH g Alta, Lovellor becond, burplus
third. Time Mini.
Fourth llace I'uiso flOO; one aud one-,
slMoeiith miles. Won by pocatcllo, Darling
second, sandatone third.
following ero tbe entries and probable start. I
era for to-morrow: j
nmHace-Relllnri oce lulle. Tom rljnudata
Maleotlu), 1041 Duo, V8 l'elbara, 114; (dander,
Mecond llaoe-Relling, three-quartereof a mile.
-Hindoo, 1031 Menco, lOCl WlUou Tailor, 100,
Starllihl. d telle I'.. Helen lllaok. U7 lb. acli.
Third rUee-l'Ire elflithe of a mllei ee llnr.
Mart, lii9;Tloge, Kliig Solotnon. tiojetuu, rr.l
tiiout. Videlte. Heathen, t'onareea, Marina, 10U
eaihil O U., 103i Airtlgnt, ful II;
I ourili Itece-Serea ililh pta oil ; handicap.
-Urlitle. 1'oan, lit recti t All WieW, ltltl Bed
eirlue. loui hnllbrk. 00 lb. '
llftli Hace-sIaodaiirterfurlon:ifUlei ;
Kej.tone, JlmUonn. A. O 11., Kliakeipeare, Ht.
1'elrlcV. lpil aachi Lt ntar. Adierlca. ht&t,
i:ti.rtreui. loi aachi Arthui lUfle, McCarlr,
MarorU . 101 e.eb, Vnlplui. 4s, b
Sfitit ltac-Hr-elhthepltal i-.-EdBoarnaj,
roiMll, llomeltun, itra.rAuawan. Uncerta uti,'
All leu! Mohican, aladden. Cear e, Vtilfoii,
ltilnr.Vooto.in, Poor Jooflhan. 1U5 acb ria
tlfa, barlhena, iMlo. tAcu,
Mr. Blaino Has Not Promised to
Make Moro Speeches.
Chauncsy Dopow's Description ol an
Irish Election Inspector.
World' Fair Issuo Pleaded lo tbe
Western Republican Farmers.
T bo btalemebt was given out at Kc publican
National Ueadiiucrtors to-day that after a
conlertnco with Chairman Carter llr. Illaltio
bad promised to mako two or moro sccchos
during the remainder of tho campaign.
To a reporter who saw blm at tbe Fifth
Atcnuo Hotel Mr. lllalno said ho bad made no
such proralso and should tako no ncileo part
,whatcvor In tbo OAnvass. ,
This afternoon Mr. carter denied that ho
had authorized any statement that Mr.
lllalno would mako any speeches.
committeeman Joe" Manly, ot Maine,
who is nearer to Mr. lllalno than any other
member ot the Committee, corroborated tbo
statement that Mr. lllalno had not con
sented to make any mora speeches, lho
stato of bis health would not permit such an
effort on hU part,
Appeals to Western Farnrra lo Tote (be
Itepubllean TcUel
An interesting Itepubllcan circular has
fallen Into ttrs hands ot tho Democratic
committee, lho document calls upon the
farmers In Illinois, Iowa and tho Northwest
generally, and especially those who raise
dairy products, to vote the Itepubllcan ticket
becauso tbo Itepubllcan party brought the
World's Fair to Chicago, which consequently
would give them a convenient market.
Tbe Kepubllcans ore not distributing that
document amojg the farmers of Orange,
Dutchess, ltockland, Columbia and other
counties of this State, to whom tho World's
Fair according to Dr. Dcpew, an eminent
Republican authority, would nave cr.n worth
a considerable share of the (300,000,000
which the Fair would have brought to New
York It Mr. Piatt and Mr. Fossett had not
given It away.
Moro Insight into Itepubllcan methods has
been revealed by a letter, a t to simile copy ot
which WAj-pubtlshod-ln The World this
morning. This is tho'lotter;'
nzroiLicaxctoerrEfJoiiiiiiTEL, ;
iKurxat AvtMlr. Hotel,
Tw York, Oet. 17, 1893. )
MyDeabSIB! I rncloea 70a a check for 8300.
This la to be need in settlor a tull resletrattoii In
roureountry dleulcte, 1 don't expect anjr of It to
beueeJ In it eltlre. aa 70U enould bare thoae
taken cam ef br Ihle time, rieaee acknowledge
reoolpt. Yotire trulr. ,
O. W. HACxrTT, i.'battnanKxeonttTe Oommlttevi.
IIesbtBbaut, Keq. , beheoectedj.
According to Lieut.. rior. Sheehan's es
timate t:uu,ooo has been distributed In tbe
stato by Mr. llackett tor thu purpose men.
On tho face of It tbo use of the money ap
pears perfectly legitimate, but Mr. bheehan
thinks tho real purpose of tbe Ilepubllcans Is
to persuade Democrats to retrain from regis
tering. A large fund, amounting altogether to
tl.roo.ooo, is said to have been distributed
in cities for the same object, but now that
tbe blot Is exposed Mr. snechan hopes to
frustrate It.
Chairman llackett, when seen by an Even
110 Woii.ii reporter to-day, admitted that
the letter quoted bad boon sent to Mr. Bradt
at Schenectady, and the check tor taoo was
Inclosed. Tho money, he said, was intended
solely for perfectly legitimate purposes, and
would be used only In a proper manner to get
voters out to the places of registration.
Mr. llackett declined positively to state
what amodnts had been sent to other Interior
rltles or counties or In what proportion tbo
money was being tent out.
"It you want to know bow Itepubllcan
money Is being spent," ho said, " you will
have to nnd out from somebody besides me."
Cbalrmau Murphy, of tbo Democratic stato
Committer, came down from Troy this morn
ing and Bays the schemes or colonizers In tbe
Interior will not be successful, and that
ample precautions are belog taken by the
law officers to prevent fraudulent registration.
The lloctor'a ('ontranptuona Arronnt of
Ilia txperliueo ill HraiUterlna,
Irl9bmen, lrrespectlto of party, werovery
Indignant to-day after reading this Interview
with Cbauncey M. Depew, which appeared In
Whltclaw Hold's Tribtine:
" 1 obeyed tbe rrleun.'ecommand and res latertd
tbia morning. The booth irae juit around tbe cor
ner from mf nou.e in r-iftr.fourth etreet
" N0010W tin Wiet 1 iltr-lorl' etreet, did irr
ear V laaulred tbe aentlemen in charge
"No.'ealdl. 'o. 11.'
" Iwatdld jerear er middle letter wui-S f
aaid be
"'Ho. M.'e.ldl.
' Horn In die country 7' raid he.
" ' Yee,' eald 1. unfortunately for my political
amhltloiia I waa not born In Ireland.1
I " ' ItatiP aaid ho, and t wee duly regt.te.red "
As the Intorvlew took place In tho prose nee
01 Whllelaw Held just before ho ana Mr.
Dcpew started for Chicago, Its correctmsi is
not doubled. The offense Is all tbu moro
aggravated, In tbo opinion ot Irishmen, be
causathe 7rliieanQ Its editor, w bile mak
ing a bid for the Irish vote, could not restrain
expressions of contempt tor the Irlih people.
'lho remark of bei retary Foster. ho play
fully re erred to tllelrlshas "clatr-siouthcd '
and "ilannel-moutbed," Is reclied in this
somebody has been keeping tally on Mr.
Maine's uucrames aud Is pursuing him with
tbu " acidly laiallcl," as will bo seen irotn
thu following communication from Portland,
i.e., iccelted oy the Democratic atiunAl
Committee. Tho Committee tcritlcd tbe re-
Con and was inlormed that Mi. Maine Is
ere quoted correct 1). Tho occasion was 11
public meeting In 1'ortl.ind's t Ity llcll, called
toeipriBssiuipathy with lho eaue ol Home
Itcle lor Ireland. 1 he mi ctlug was addressed
by both Democratic and Kepubllcunspeukers,
and tbo only relerenco to Amerltun polliloi
made hi cither Is oontalued In tbu conclusion
of Mr. Maine's remarks, wben hosuld:
I hart only oae word innre lo eay. and that word
te, Hat the Irtinnien of thieiojmry eliould ke.p
the (licetliiu ae It hat teen kept tbkelar, futtf
our own pa ilicaletritggle (applau.eland mark any
inanaeal eninllr with their cau.fi whoeeeka touee
It (or pereoiial or for partisan airanceineul,
1heatxie(tiotatonlilrnin lho published
report ofthe I oriuud Unity l'nrs (itcpubll.
c tin) in Juno '.', ibvu. and will readily to
recalled hy tho thousands who applauded tlio
ecultuicui. ll was tbo tamo occasion on
widen .Mr. ltlalnu stlginallcd Lord ballsburr
aH" Impudent," "lusiletit" and "brutal,"
nnd wltblutncnti -four hours In a" letter lo
tbo Kcnnebeo Journal denied tbo truth of
the reporter's trauscrlptlon.
as his speeca was reported by thu ofllctal
stenographer of tbe superior tfourt, and
another, and their reports verlDed by the
OnfHiurU Mt fifth 1'aye.
Celebrating the Qaadri-Cen-
tennial in an Elaborate
Ten Thousand Publio Sobool
Boys Maroh Like
Ex-President Cleveland tho
Guest of tho
Oray and threatening clouds obscured tho
sales this morning and tho air was chill and
raw, but these things did not discourage
Brooklyn from her determination to colebrate
the Columbian Quadrl-Centennlal In a man
ner worthy ot tbe occasion and of lho fojrth
city In tbe Now World discovered by the In
trepid navigator.
r j
. V.tltxIJ!tr.!ATIIX,
Srind Mental oftha Columbian Parade.
proclamation of tbo President was
quite generally heeded In tbo City of
Cbui egos, and Oct. HI Is a holiday In Urook
lyn. All publlo offices, tbe caurU, the banks and
most stores and factories are closed, and tho
people ara devoting themselves to the ob
servance ot the day.
SA i
Mar.hal of tbe l'utillo School Dlilelon.
Flags float from every iiak, and It is a poor
citizen. Indeed, who does not display at least
one flag or a bit of bunting on hli bouse Irene.
The city Hall, court House, I'ollco Head
quarters, ip-glster's Office, l'osuuniee and
other publlo buildings are one mass or flutter
ing colors.
Of course tbo chief event In tho relebratlon
was tbe great parade, and In the early hoiirn
ot morning the sound of flfoand drum was
heard In every street, and uniformed bodies
ot men marched to aud fro In every thorough
fare. Cap OararTetere, Co. t'apt, Thae. H Tow. on,
II, Boye' High School. (Jo. 1, Ao, IB hchooL
It was the greatest parade Urooklrn over
bad, aud tbe streets wero early crowded wlih
tbo motners. sisters, wives uud sneetuearts
ot the paraders, together with their New
York relatives and allMhe male population
not engaged In the parade.
! C'ravvda orrilshtkrera.
Those who bad faith to Uncle Jerry Husk's
1 weather bureau twm gratliled by the appear
aucooftht Autumn suit In all his glurj be
fore ll o'clock, und In halt an hour lho skies
were chtcnul and clouule3".
'1 ho clcarlug skies brought thousands ot
tbo moro timid ihodIooiii, Tho 1-uii ltnr
lliidgo lecaino tho route or u procoislou irum
Ne.v York.nnd every train on the Long Island
Hallway br ugh heavy loadt of paviei gcrs
from tbe outlying towns, so that by iu.:io
o'clock, the hour set lor I bo start of the pa.
radc, llrentlyu's (streets wero crowded with
Korl in the day, ton, tho 1 Irsl Aid Corps ot
tho Youu.' Men's Association, of New York,
pasted over tbo bitdgo tinmr command or
ficnrgu t trnliesebeldcn, chlei of t'orps, fully
equipped to render aid to tbo Injured along
tho lino of tbo cotumu of tho paiade, fr
which borlco tbey haa volunteered. ,
Mayor lloody had Intltol ex. President
clovelaml to stand with him on tbe grand i
stand lu the l'rtnptct I'ark plaza and review
tho parade, and this mutation had boeu
Kupplcmenled bv tho Moutau; club with an.
ether to a reccptlou at tho club-bouso tbls
morning prior lo tb arrltal of lho parade,
and this biougbt alt Immensq crowd about
the doors of tho Club.
By tbo order of thu Cirand Mar.hal, Major
Gen, Iiaao S. Catlln, tho commitndrrs
ol all organltallons reported to him at his
headquarters, corner of bccOnd place antl
Henry street, at n.30 o'clock, and tbo ohl
(fAmflnnea on Tldtd Vat.)
Woo .fT'
Orange and Blaok Defeating tbo
Winged Foot at Football.
Several l'luyers Compelled to Re
tire by Their Injuries.
I'olo UnobNDs, Nkw Yoiie, Oct. SI. A rep
resentative crowd of athletic club men and
collegians were at thoso grounds this niter
noon to wltnest tho nrst football game of tho
season letweon tho New York Atblollo Club
and'tho l'flpccton College teams.
A large number of ladles wearing tho
" winged loot " emblem of tne Now Yprks or
(be orange aud black of Princeton neru tu
tbo crowd that pressed against tho ropes.
As the- Princeton men camo on the field
they wero roundly cheered, l'htl King,
Johnny I'oe and Flint wero roiognUcd by all.
The gutue is ol interest in shtmlug the tula
the strength of tho Now Yorks and tbo Cres
cents, of Hrookl) n, aj well 03 otYalo and
The llnu up to-day Is as follows:
.ie VurkA. C. Wi'" Ititritan.
Rohertaou Lett hnd Vlment
feeudder !. t Tackle ... tailor
Muzenier Lelt, l.uald Whe er
Palmer I entre ,,,Balliett
Arntun ltlchl tluard,. Hall
loiuilueou .. . Itleht tackle DavU
clitimacher ligbtlud Trenctiard
Brett ,, .Cluaiter-Baok .I'oe
O'Connor.., ...Want Half.Back Klnz
While celt Half.Uack Hint
Wurtcroberil ItJapD.Kull.Baok ....Hnmaiie
Iteferee Mr.beliartj Orance A.O. Umpire Mr.
BjrJ, 1'riueeton, 'sft.
Now Yorks opened with the ball at 3.2a.
'1 bey gain llvo yards. Wurtumborg ran for
ten yards for Now York. While got tho ball
on u luinblo and advanced llvo ards.
Wurtctnbcrg Licked lor twentv jards. Ball
iidvnncidwn yards by tno small punts bv
Unmans. New York's ball on White's catch.
Kliia,brought doivn O'Connor, gains tbruo
yaids for New York.
Hluzcnger Is hurt and Is laid off. Van Val
keuLcnr takes his nluce.
iMirtumbirg udiatcts me yards. New
rks lose bail on Schumacher's slunncss.
Wurteinberg kicks ioi ten yards and then
runs lorllve yards mole.
Princeton guts tlio lull In tho scrimmage.
Princeton works tho rotary plav and loses
tne ball. Prluceioi gets the ball again and
forcos to New York's live-yard line.
Too first touchdown for lTlncetou Is mada
I by King, 4 points. 'I bo goal li touched by
i Domains, 'J points, 'iotal, u points. Time,
IS mlnutos.
Princeton got tho ball soon after tho line
up, but New iurk regained lu the next scilin
imigu and NMirtcmbeig punicd.
1'llnt lellon tbu ball, and King, aided by
flue Intenerencc, nndo a twenty-) Jrd run to
centiuof lltld. I lint ran around tbe right to
the ceutro of field, runt ran aruuitl the end
again ioi twenty yards more, klugudtunced
lo New York ten-) ard line.
Pllut made a touchdown. Ilomans kicked
goal. Score IS points, lime 10 minute
on thu line-up New lork advanced ten
janlH. Princeton had tbu ball. Ilomnn's
puhl and While's fumb.e advanced the 'ilgers
iv.tnty j.triiH. Wurteinberg adtanccd two
) ards.
Hrett's poor pass to White, who failed to
King, left tlio ball lu Princetons hands on
i tho ten-ynrd line. King touched down. Hu
man's goal. Total score, is. '1 line seven
on tbe lineup Wurtcmberg went around
the rljjht end for flltecn jams. O'Connor
made ten more. There was line lntenerenco
tor New Vork.
tin account of incont's ankle hurting hi in,
Met nuley was put In his place at tbe hit end.
King ntudo a grand run or ninety yarns
tbroiign Nu ork torn touchdown.
Human got lho goal. Tolul score, St ; N.
1. A. I'., tl. lime 4in.
(in tne lino up New York made fltc yards
which nasqtiitkiy regained by I rlncetun.
lluiuan's kirk and Wbilu's liluiblu left tho
ballon New fork's mtn n )aul line. Th.s
din n t go, as Now York claimed tho ball not
n pia).
II .mans kicked lo White Wurteinberg,
ran for tin)uidi. 1'nin.et n bad tbu hail, i
lTlnt ran lor tneuty-nru )ard. 'lliuu up,
llrst half, with ball on New lurk's rite-) anl
line. Score Pi luceton, S4 ; N'uw Vork A.
U. 0,
i Kor tho New oiks, tho pla)lng Is largely
tonilned to WiirtciuLcrg, Whlto und liielt
'Ibeieain Is stronger than was generally sup
posed. N'cund Halt Princeton opened with tbo
ball and worked tbo , taking the eastern
goals. I'oe ran for ten yards.
, liomana punted aud O'Connor mado a fair
I Now York lost tbi ball on a fumblo.
Hint rau to the tei.-varJ lino. I' v rati
uroundthe lelt ml fo lite yards.
I'llnl bucked tbu Urn. for u toucb.doitn.
Hurmans kicked thu go,il, 'ln.il rvnnt
Princeton, "(I; New lou tlii'iic clut), .
Tliuu I tntnuicK.
on tbe lli.e-up. Wurteinber.' rati fur ten
yards urotiud the lelt end.
Continued rushes by l'i luceton brought tbe
ball back to the centre Of liu'd. Joins look
Kllnl'K place.
Ilurnett backed for ten yards. Ilotnan
niadoun attempt at tht goal irom the field,
but tailed.
Firs Spectators at Clilcsgo'e Parade
Bevoraly Injured.
Irv ArerriAirn rnrevl
CntCAoo, Oct. SI. A cavalry horao ran
away as the World's Fair dedication proces
sion was passing the corner of Eighteenth
street and Michigan avenue, Tho Injured
were as follows :
John It. YEAha, 'oarteen yeara old, eettra rut
on leit Ihlali
Louie Vixza, twelia year, old, out, rlaht tec
la"ly Irul.ej.
lire. Jomeph VIZ2A, etity yeara old, knocked
down l eeeereehock.
John Millfk, iiftr.four yeara old, badly brut. ed
end Injured Internally I wae unconecioue when re
nio.ed to hie bone
Mre. John suarHAN, aiity-fHo year, old, .erere
Altercation In a Saloon Tbnt May
f Bosult In Murder ,
James Virph) f aged twenty-three, pf 247
East Kurty-ilitb street, was struck on the
buck during a right with John Corcoran.jigtd
twenty-four, of 214 East Fortieth street, I
u Klannngin'H saloon, .11)7 Third avunuo,
this afternoon and no seriously lujured that
ho was sent to Bellevue, and the Coroner was
summoned to take bis auto mortem atate
menu It Is not believed that he wilt re
cover. Corcoran escaped arrost.
A Fireman Ovorcomo by Smoko In
ie U.-oklyn Blase.
Fire broko out at l o'clock tbls afternoon In
a one-story framo stablo at 1S1 Concord
btrcet, Brooklyn.
lbe stable was owned by W. o. Spratt.
There were soveral horses In tbe stable wh:n
the nro broko out.
i Four horses were bnrnrd to death and four
i others wero so badly Inluied that they nad to
bo killed.
' William Wilson, of Truck No. 3, while try
Ing to rescue sotso of the horses was over
come bytmtkeand was taken to a buspltaL
New York ard BooUaway Mariners
Will Win Their Wager.
1ST oriATEri pares. t
Hostok, Oct. si. Prof. Tobie.of Now York,
and capt. Albert, of llockaway Peach Life
Sat Ing station, in tbelr dry-goods box, or
coflln-shapcd boat, nrrHcd at Hull last even-
i tng and remained over nmhL
' lhey sailed lor this city at 8 o clock tbls '
morning aud are due to arrlvo early this
aiteroo n, a day ahead or tbe speclnid tlmu,
lorty dainlroiii llockanay licach lo Boston,
on a wager of 1500.
John McKay, of Bay Hldge, camo to Brook
lyn tbls morning to seo tbe celebration In
Wbllo under the lnllucnco ot liquor he sal
on tho steps at IM Pluiapplo street and rolled
Into tho benieut. revi rely cutting bis bead
and spraining hut wrist.
An ambulant e was "ailed, but refused to
tako him lu the hi splul. Ho was instead
sent to tbe btatloo-houc.
W bile the tl. A. 1L comrades were passing
In i u view belore tbe ofllclal stand In tho
I'rbsptut I'ark plaru, Brooklyn, this after
noon, KJnlu 1' L'arle, sixty iears old, of
Oiorge CStrjug Posi, was liken suddenly
sick and tell ipiconciuus lu the ranks.
Ills ,tsccuio. removed him lejonu ibeex
rl ement or the mnh lo tlio plaza, nhere he
ule I In n lew inlnuleK.
It Is believed ilcatn was duo to heart dU-
Overcont Ihlef NnbbBtl. '
John oiz, of sso Cbostnut street, l'hlmdel-'
pbla, Is belleted to have stolen seteral thou
sand dollars' north ot clothing In this city. '
lie was putting on an overcoat as he camo
out ot a uouse comer Of Fourth avenue and
seventy-second street and was arretted, i Is
trick was toaik for tbe lad) of a hoimo aud
mako (iff with tbecuuidils of tbo hall rack
when tho sot rant lelt him alonu to pummou
Football at Washington.
WtsillNOTON, Oct. '11. Tho game of foot-b.-MI
played here to-duj betveoil lho elei ;ns
ot the Columbia Athletic riun, or this ell), nnd
Lata) otto College i:ilon, Viui lOMiltist in n
score of 10 to nothing In latnr rr the
Championship llsaeball.
Unati 0 0 'J I) I) V 0 0-
Cleeelaoa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ItatterleeCuppy and Immerl Nlctiole andllea
uet, L'nijilrM-ilcCjuade and llaSue,
Disease Making Rapid Progress
in tbe Loft Lang.
Her Wonderful Vitality Slay Sus
thtn Her for Days.
try jeeneiATKn prfis.1
WAsntNOTON, Oct. 31. -Dr. Gardner visited
tho While Houo shortly after h o'clock this
morning and spent about halt an hour at lho
bedside ot Mrs. Harrison.
Tbo only persona with her at tbat tlmo
were Mm. Dlmmlck and tbe professional
nurse. The rest or tho household. Including
the I'rosld nt, wore at brrakfast. Thcyaro
all terribly depressed In spirit at tbe sudden
chango for the worse In Mrs. Harrison's con-
I dltlou und seem to drtaj a recurrence ot the
I alarming sinking spells which manifested
I themselves during the night.
In respou'o to a hasty summons, Mr. James
1L McKce, the president's son-in-law came on
Mom Boston nnd nrrliod shortly alter mid
night. Judgo fcolt, of Washington (Mate),
Mrs. Harrison's brother, Is now tho only one
of bcrrelatltcH absent from tho city and he
Is so far away that be will hardly bo sent tor. I
as It Is doubtful It he could reach her In tlmo
for her to see him. j
Dr. Gardner made a brief statement ot tho ,
case after he had mado his examination this i
morning. It appears that thu end Is merely I
a question of time, but wbothcrol hour; or
days can be determined only by the progress
ol events.
Tbo doctor said tbe dtseaso Is now making
rapid progress In tbe lettlungand tbo patient
Is getting weaker a-d weaker all the time.
Her pulse Is lecble, respiration fiO and tem
perature 10.1. Her coughing srellH uro moro
frequent and nro followed by periods of great
ezbaustl'in, from whlcl sbe rallies with ex
tremo difficulty. !
She was wakciul and very nervous during
the grealor part ol tbe night, but seemed to
beairlllo moro comfortable this morning.
Dr. (lardncr said there wero peculiar features l
of thu case, which rendcrod It Impossible lur
him to say with any degrco of certainty when
tbe end nilgnt be expected. '
Ue could not say positively tbat sho would
not pass ana) within a lew hours, nor would
he be surprise 1 1 sbe lingered tor weeks. Her
vitality Is soraothlng lemarkable, and may
possibly withstand tho tnroads of tho disease
for some time. i
Tturo aro no new complications and her
present condition Is simply tho result ot tbo
natural progress of tho disease Tlth which
she Is anilctcd.
no said be would make another visit about
noun, but added that it was possible tbat his
attendance might be required betuio tbat
Soun after breakfast tbo President returned
to Mia. llarriinu's bcdildf. t.heiv he will
' doubtless remain through tl o greater part of
tbo da)-, us ot late has been hli custom. On
account of tbu tluslug ul nil tho hxieutlrc
departments und a general suspension ot
buslnois there n ero nucallcis at thu Wblte
House up to in.. 10 o'clock.
Mr. llalford wasat his desk ol"Utlng oor
respondenee. and two cr throe ot thocxecu
the clctks wero quietly attending to thttr
' duties.
'i bis morning a telegram was sent to rec-
retaryjeun " Foster at Lbleacolulurming
1 him that alihojgh Mrs. lltrrlso i was noaker
.and bad pa-srd a it sties, ulgbt ti.ero
1 wus no tejMii tor any decl led alaim,
and Mr. Ilallurd In snealng of Mrs.
Ilurrlsn s condttl n said mat alio hu I pass-it
iiiiirvous. rcstleis ul'tn nnd was weaker
lo-dii,.ut bu dlJ li t think her condition
wussurh us tu wairaut any particular fearuf i
I a su iilen tcrmlnailou oi hei limes '
I Mrs. lltrrl"on re e I inororumtortabl) dur.
Ing tin dJ) and huffeicd much Ic&s n cm the
coujtb. It n as admitted. Lowoter, thai hei
sleep v,.i iit uitogi'ther iiatiiinl.
Hi. i.orlner oiullteil his usual nftenno'T
visit on rcei Ivlngft uu'sa..' Irum tlio Wblm
non-U that Mrs. llarilson wus uslttp at tho
tlmo and It"! sho a PI" arcd lo bo lu no Imme
diate liliiil of his her ires.
Among t hu messages of s mpat hy reclved
by ibo President was one irum tho school
children assembled at onkers, N. Y., tu
obedlctieotn his pipclamnlloit lo celebrate
Discovery Day,
Dnvls'a Indictment Confirmed. i
TitMiiON, N. J., oci. 'SI Hulled Mates
Dislrlct-Altorcc) Whltolo-dn) ackuunlidgeil
that ! llob 'Datls, Jailer lu Jcn-iy fit), hnd
been Injlcted for cnnspirac) wlm thu con
Meted billol-lxix stutfers. liu will not bo
arrested, Mr. While salJ, It ho comes to
Trenton aud glus ball.
llieonly dltferenre between a Ilarana clear and
1 W jlaasasl
Well Contested Finishes Weft -'M
7 Witnessed at the, Gat- ' m
tenburg Track, ', M
mm griffin's hidiiic. I
Sob Sutherland Disappoints His M
Baokors by Finishing a 8
Bad Fifth, ' 'V
Horses That Are Duo tp Witt j$M
at the Hilltop 'JM
Tra:k. '
- &m
Tho racing a' tluttcnburg yesterday Bhowed rH
grt'at lmprot ememt over that of thd past f aw 'B
da)s. 'I he Ilnlsbcs were well cOtttrsted and ..,B
not marred by any such ridiculous cihlbl- '
lions as were wltncssod on Wednosdayi Ths i
prettiest finish of tho day waj soco Intkav SU
fouilh lace, In which lludje. Experience, !
llbonu nnd ltanrocas were entered. Rah- A)jfl
cocas cut out tbo running, showing con- 'U
tlderably moro speed than In hit last1 rH
race, nhcu he couldn't get out ot his jfl
own way. Ilo kept tbo lead until iS
tho stretch wm reached, whero Badge, Kx- JM
licrlcnco and llhono Joined htm. Ilancocn '-.
spctdlly quit, and tbo other tbroo ran oaeven 'pU
totms to tbo furlong pole, whorp HbouofeU iftH
back beaten. Experience and Badge then .jj.M
drew away together. Tbey faced atrttta forj c;M
sti'no tn'thc lait Jump, Vhora fijsla aleterlr ' ?'t?U
ilricd hli mount in a winner by a short bead. ' t:fJM
(iilir.n handled Kxnrrlenec Verr'commeBBV f"SM
abl) fcr a light-weight boy, and n bldi fair, 'CB
to lo ono ot the star jockeys bjiore the season feB
lsoter. "" .t'asaal
... lleassi
The opening event alto lurplshca a pretty . J$M
finish in whlih the best horsa'dlcfnot vft
Fl) nn had i ciy oo beaten wllbiluto John tjH
lu tho stretch, and Instead of drawing away , qj
nud winnlug in good stylo bn waited to flnlau ?'U
with Martin on t'ol)dora. The latter outrode ffU
Fl) nn nnd lan.od the lavgrito.a.lTjnner by a -'H
short nsnd. Hciirctte was fourth In this r(S
tacu, but sho had a youth named Iloyleou JS
her back, and wbou It came to a
drlto hu was soon out ot ft. JM
S hen Mr. Sinylbo gets ready and puts good , '
Imjaiirou hlsborBcshe will get his share ot iiJH
the puts !. Hell Oate has already been dc- -J'M
feated twice under C'aiUr'a buogltng, and ,
rieuretto stood an eccilcut chance ot win- ;;.!
nlng yesterday. JB
'lho second race was remarkable fortba LiH
plunge made on ILib Sutherland, ltd opened
nt lu tol, and at lho post halt tbe bookies .H
had rubbed and tuo 01 her belt only quoted a AM
tol. Carle) li. hada blgstnckof butberlana 'U
tickets which he declared wero sure winners. M
llosprnttho urternoon is tearing them up, VM
for hob biuberlanil was never lu tho; nunc ?
Wrestler was tbo favorite, and after tho field ,"'"
struck the head of tho stretch tbo result was tH
netcr in douhf. Wrestler drew away and JttjB
won easily iroinfctr Oeorge, who seems toba '"jU
n rank cur. Bob fcutlicrlaid UnUhud a baa ,
mth. v-MM
, ;C'aH
Double CroKs was tbe good thing In taa 4'9
third race. Hu was backed down from 3 lo X
to 6 to S, and his Jockey was willing to tako ,?H
nny kind of a start. He did get away last. ',H
and, moving up no tho turn, took the lead jM
nnd was inner headed. Hazclburet. the -,X
faxortie, did manage to catch blm at tbe '-JaH
nirloiig polo, but tbero young llarrett exe- vH
cuted n series of acrobatic contortions, and SmM
llazelbiirst, surprised nnd startled, stopped
to a walk. Balbrlggan wat third. Head- H
light's pcrlormance was a painful surprtte. lUt
During tho afternoon many persqns viewed i3H
I tbe ecllpso irom tbe paddock, wncru stabls H
I buys supplied racr-roers with pieces ot ' M
I smoked glass. Alter ltlgbtaway'swinln tbo ySH
tlflh went tbu glasics were turned to tho &W
stars to aeo If some explanation of ids re- "
tnarkahle tinpreneutenl cuuld be found there. W
Ho shun rd more sreed than the latest ln-
pro; ed Iccouioilre engine. In lilslasirace ha !
lOULinl U-at ti catiio car. lestcrder bo ;JM
ecixiiui lotli" iront In treUrstiiireolurlongs M
uud i.oii pulled to a walk, likens was Urn M
fatoilie. Hu lundcd becond " money, and .IM
I ugeno Leigh, his owner, tn'i tin the winner JvB
, scleral hundred dollar. Oiraw,i, a cast-off ",
irum .Mr. Hunter's static, w as third. I
' ,vjB
Ilalance, tu at s pounds, won the sixth ,59
I race ery easily. A tumor. Indiutrlously clr. !
culated, lo the effect that the owners of tbo "?;
tllly did not earn to win, tevatise they wero H
to li Lid up, c.uiiej ctull money to tw quoted x$W
against Halancn at the oiwntng. This was
quickly t napped up ui.d nt the close ltd a .(
n.is tho lestprl'c. cten wnsiinvusy secotut Vsssl
and John S Inkle hid nn iron Wo la ccattay ..,,
tbeotherc, wutehweroapoorlJU .
Jimmy Mccormick's hard luck contlnuta. H
Ills latest put i'hae, Westchester, picked u iS.M
a nail n lillo working )c:u may, and the half- $
b'othcr to Wadsvorlh ulsu mat mth the, iM
camti ueeldetii walilng about thu pa (dock. 5asaa1
Wall until jhntn) k hard luckluavcs. '1'hMt itlaH
tbo good th n.-s nlll go ttirpui It with a ruju- H
Jockey conelalo has licen engogtd to ride s
Ut the liaumpo stable next yoar. tiUt
rirlsbatl will not face th ftarter agta 'iUu
this tear. Hu bioku donn badly In his la,st sXt
racu at Washington. sn
Hilly I aklaud has purchased SlMpner from Vassal
Mr. 1 I- Lnrlllara. Tho lilg scii tf Mortelaer .'iM
and Hrts.'foqgiti to do well u the bands of so , 'H
ctettra n altar as Lakclkbd. ".M
Hi k, JHTyer has gouu Wts. tq start, the ,2rUM
horses at lho liu'A b(-1 ouls track. KfUt
Horses duo to win on the hilltop track are ,H
Klatiaads, licurctle, Itanooro.-, owcetbread, $MW
commotion, ondawa, lialbriggatu Msy Ik, TH
t:eiiWulght, Ida Ik colt. Jay 'a 1 and fUU
iimno. ,WW
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