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RACING AT FOUR TRACKS.
A BUSY WEEK FOR HORSES AND THE PUBLIC
IMPBOVEMENT8 AT THE GRAVESEND COURSE?
nANDICAP WEIGHTS.
AB the stables In the grounds rf the Brooklyn
Jockey Club are filled -.th horse* that are going lo
mn lor that 825,000, which tlie association gives
away at Its extra raeotlnit on Wednesday, Thursdny
and Friday. The Dwyers' tHring arrived from Mra
loga yesterday ard took possession of an unfinished
stable because all the others were occupied. AtnonR
other arrivals are Egmont, Utile Mlnch and Wheeler
T.. of the Chicago stable. Green Morris wandered
over from Monmouth with hts halt dozen, and
numerous smaller strlnfBi came from various points.
Owners cannot resist tho temptation to bid for tho
fat prizes scattered all over the programme. The
racing ls going to be of the highest quality and possibly
sec.Bt Ional.
Extensive alterations have been made at the roane
tine* the spring meeting Henry btedeker ls to
manage the betting, aod as he likes plenty of room
the club has enlarged the betting pavilion by extend?
ing It to the grand stand. The places for mutual
machines bave been removed to the new end. Plank
walks have been laid outside so that mud on wet
days need trouble no one. There will be at least
seventy bookmakers to relieve the publlo of their
superfluous wealth.
Doubtful finishes ure to bo decided by photography.
A camera wlU be placed In tbe line in front of tho
Judges' ttan<L_and the presiding official will hold In
his hand a bulb, a gentle pressure of which at the
proper moment will Ara the apparatus and shoot tbs
hones oa the post so accurately that there can be no
mistake about the winner. As lt requires onlv four
minutes to produce a negative there will bo no long
delays. Of eourse the camera will not be required
except In so clo.e finishes as that bett nen Tea Tray
and Tristan.
Weight* for the Welter Handicap, one mlle, to be
run on Wednesday at the extra meeting of the Brook?
lyn Club, are appended. Declarations are duo by 5
p. m. on Tuesday.
Brett. 180 i Wilfred . . . . _20
Cambyaea .... 130 Roi d'or .... 118
Maroon . . . . 110 Judgt Murray . . llb
Be*aio Juno . . . 124 I Bohemian ? ? ? ? Ul
Tattler. 123 Balliu>u . ... 118
_>'_!.ieaw?T .... 123 Amoi. Ill
Kin* Idle . . . 181 Ovation . ... 112
Aretlna . ... 120 I Bonnie Lad ... 110
THE CLOSE AT MONMOUTH.
WEIGHTS POR THK CARTERET AND JERSEY
HANDICAP.
Eight races are to be run at Monmouth Park to?
morrow, after wb!eh the gales will bo closed until
.Inly A, 1680. Sn much lias been said In compliment of
ibe present meeting, Hs perfect management, Its cx
11_. .ltlinaiy attractions, IU enormous attendances and
IK lllierallty. that turf her eommont at this lime would
be superfluous. Tho race-going public linow wh?t the
American Newmarket ls; lt ls not necessary, there?
fore, to tall them anything about It, The Carlet--.
Handicap for two-year-olds and the Jersey Handicap
lac thrc-year-olds, each with 85.000 added, are to be
decided to-morrow. Weights for both are given be?
lo*':
CARTERET HANDICAP. TWO-YEAR-OLDS. SIX
FURLONGS.
"n?#. I!"?.t Xame. ___
Viancn Park._.II? Ja* Mom*.103
(lrejr?i.121 Vrentt_. Ml
i Itattg.Ill !_.nititr*??.lld
Dnwdiaealt.-,.lHf|Serri_. Bl
Kn**.ni.lo7,Inverc?ild colt.112
Fuuautln.U'-jMoae K.IOU
Vial"!.lo:, Hopeful. ?1
Krn.iou! Kaila.107
'?:."* Again.1*"'. Um.' Islaaid.110
Limbo.IO.*.| Hemlock.110
Forest Kim:...lin K nus. fk.110
.1 AB.103 Fnvertlilo colt.121
Bob Fere*.lon Snrreuto.116
? urinth . !*7'Aur** lin*.117
i-ery McCarty. sr, H.u-..ni.116
i.oidflih .1161 Min codv.108
Tho Tartar.lot Cal ian ta.110
Felleit.10.'Blne Rock.lol
<-utt?r....?.. MfBaaaaM. ab
Zcahvrns.107.Retrieve.10(1
,r*|t-b.1071 R.titou. 90
Hemlocks ?.1 ii'l'l he Bella. 01
Fngo.-.HO Widow CDtiBot. 17
Fre?no.ll_ICIart??a. Ul
Lidy Mir ciro L.11 ".jEnnniry. Ml
Clieni!?*?.ll'j i-tnilarroe. 97
Monioon.109 Brua- la. 98
Tht Linnea*.ll ! Tavltton.Ill
"riBBBll.-.10t|Ketl LUM. BB
Goondi?.it/8 Sim Wood.107
Veutear. fl .'Sha.107
Hadlam.loo!sance Leas. Ol
Gaai-raorta. .h. ran*..110
Cirnot. 98,Meriden.107
Utility. ?8
JERSEY HANDICAP. THREE-YEAR-OLDS. ONE
MILE.
Name. Wt. Xante. Wt.
Slr Dlxea.-.120 1 enn.*<>o..-,.HO
Mi. beth II.114 _t_r Ridae_.106
Bat lt B.Hil Lar chmoot_.ins
Ttrtitou.HO Wilay Hecklee*.108
Cticatta.toll longitude. 97
I*or.ih un.I*i7 Badge._?.118
Don Carloa.110 Eos Angelia.118
King Ml .101 ualifel,.Ill
Torchlight..112 Defeace.lol
Winona._,. BO,Pee WoSngtoa.HO
Belio'la.,. 97 Specialty.los
Baoelaad.110 Palliou.107
Trt?t*n.108 Mutlo ..._...-. 97
TttTr?y.109 Harry FIcMa.103
Marauder.110 Fiddler_.)0_
Now ar Haver.105,s??talma . ? .._,.109
Proittict.107 (General (.onion.106
SHEEPSHEAD BAY HANDICAPS.
Weights for the three grest handicap- to ba nra at
6bcepahead Bay in the courts of thn fall meeting, which
be-tlna next Saturday, ait elven below. All the ben
horses In training are among the nomination*- and the ac
ce[,tancea are certain to be numerous, for the welgbte ara
.Wilfully adjusted and lhe pritea well worth winning. Of
course that auiierb filly F.renrl, who may new ba called
thc reigning queen of the Ame:ir*rt turf, lt honored by
Secretary Lawrence with the heavieit burden.
TWIN CITY HANDICAP-.1* MILES.
Name. (W't Name. Wt
r,Tei.n . 121, Badge . 100
Elkwood.122 ,Ordway . 106
Tern Gotta. 121 ; George Oyster. 104
felvidera.120 Wheeler T. 104
uru* . 318|T--gon . 102
. gmont. 119 ;Pe? Weep. 102
r.xlie . HtlDaruna . 102
Blue Wing. ll I Connemara . 100
Amelia . 116 Aretlno . 100
Saxony . llljGorao . ino
Drv Monopole. HliCruiter . Hld
Grimaldi . 112 Brother Ban. 100
Favor . 112 Bendigo . 98
Ort la mme.112 Oailifet . tl
Fltrioy ._112 I Kaleidoscope ._. hi
Ije Logo*. Ill Benedictine .-. 96
Vj-inca Roj-al. 110 Kltr Jim?. Bf
Dinburg . HO I Whlto . 95
Puiccland . 109 i Teiiiivr-on . BS
Kaloolah . 10b Larrhmont .,. 91
Richmond. IOU Wynwood (P. Thomaa) 90
J*_ax . 107 Glen Echo. 90
Punboyno .-.. 107 Catskill . 90
Climax . 107 Snowdrop . 00
Hypocrite . 107 I
NEW-YORK IIANDlCAP-lHt MILES.
Mme. (Wt. Name. Wt
Yi?nil . 125 Hypocrite . 104
1-kwood.122 George Oyster..,... 1C8
Tern Otu. 120 Macbeth II. 10.
Belvidere. 118 Coniiemira . 100
turua .-.. H7 Pee Weep. 100
Exile . 110 Ealeou . 100
Hldnlgo . 115iCrul?r . IX)
J - Logot. HOlGorgo . 100
Orlflaiame . IK' Santalcna . 100
Prince Boral. 109 ; AreUno . 100
Brown Duke. 100 Peg Wuffington. tei
Raeeland . 10d Bendigo . 98
Kaloolah . 107 Queen ot Elizabeth. 97
Banburg . 100 Gtlllfet. . 95
Richmond . 10(1 * Bohemian . 96
Dunboyno. 106 'Benedictine . 94
\_e\ex . io.'White . 04
Beat . 100 | Larehmont . 93
Rupert . 105 (Wynwood (P. Thomaa) DA
OMNIUM HANDICAP-11! MILES.
Same. W'l Name- W't.
Firenrl . 120 1 Bunine . 106
KIKwood. 1-3 I Yum Yum. 104
Euro. . HUI Brother Bin. 101
Kinnoul . 120 I Ree Weep. 101
B-Jvidaia.120 I*-we . lol
Utile Mlnch.. 122 S" italene . 101
Ayre!!* . lld Corgi. . 102
Grimaldi . HS Taragon . 102
Saxony . UH L0cu?t. 100
Dry Monopolt. H.. Bendigo . HX)
OrlflDmmo . 113 The Bourbon. 100
PV-rov . 11,1 Cruiser . 100
Telle Doo.. 112 il"..- H. 100
Jtii-hmond. HO Queen of Elizabeth. l~
Broirn Duke. 110 I Oailifet . M
Prince Royal. 110 j Barrister . 98
Iltcelind . 110 , Hunireaa . 97
I^ady Frtmroae. HO . Benedictine . :*7
Ranbuig . 111! Flt/ lames. 97
Kaloolah . 109|Whlte . 95
J -lex . 108 Wynwood (P. TbOSUt) 95
ClUlbytet . 11*8 ? Eiir. I,ii.,,nt . '.l.'l
Hypocrite. 108 'Tennvton . ht
CilntX . 108 Set Fog. 9.1
BtdL'O .at. 107 'Valiant . 08
?Swift . 107 iMart T. 90
Ordwiy . IOU jOfaleeo . 90
>!*.n'a_ue . 101 Catskill . 90
Wheeler T... 10. Snowdrop . 90
George Oj*- r. IO,",1
ORDER OF STAKES.
First day-Saturday. Sfptembtr 1.
! ' ' . Added No. of
Name ot Stake. mmiey rntr' *
Dolphin ......,.,, Bl.!?(? SO
f.*pi.-lr..1,260 49
Twfn city Handicap.2.800 12
Gzsvn.1,000 83
Second day?Monday, September 3.
Tba Futurity (probable value) . . . 60.000 753
Great Pail Selling ....... 1,260 34
Third day-Tuesday, September 4.
g?lle?.1,100 56
JV*'*.1.000 34
?'r*n.1,500 SO
"A aU?r.1,000 a
Fourth diy-Wednesday, September 6.
Jiln'wi.l.BOO 117
Omnium.I,-?, -
Gnat, Stiling.1,000 117
Fifth diy-Thuriday, September 0.
P114" ?.1,360 41
beptember. _% lr,
Averaia.1600
SUtb toy-Saturday, ttaptambar 8
Se-rauth day-Tueadays B?>??>? IL
-theepanaad '..'*. L500 fS
I jhth dav-Wednesdey, September 12.
Speed .... .1.000 26
Great Eastern Handicap.0.000 HO
Ninth day-Tburaday, September 18.
Racing.1.500 20
Ant'init, Two-year-olda, Selling . . 1.280 26
Brid? IT? "Iran.-.I00 *'?>
Mayflower Handicap.1.600 17
Temi, day?Saturday, Septembsr 16
Campaign.2.100 46
Grt.it Long Ikltnd.1000 47
AT OKDJ-BHtTSETT TO-DAY.
It would lie InlercsUng io ltnovv what Cedarhurst
ls coming to. In to-day's programme of six races
there ls but one steci>leeha.Nt The others are a
hurdlo race, at a mile and a half, and four scramble*
on the flat. Is tbe P.ockaway Stceplocha?* Associa?
tion going to quit, tho steeplechasing business!
Those are tlie entrios for to-day:
FIRST RACK-PONY HANDICAP. HALF MILE.
Nsroo. W't. Nama. Wt
Wild Cal.170 I Anita.152
Roulette.165 J evie.150
Wild Tom.100 Po*t Boy.160
Abe.152 1 Bally.140
SECOND RACE-WELTER WEIGHTS. 6 FURLONGS.
Nama W't. Name. W't.
Neptunua.158 Dick Turpin .... 112
" " Onee-a-Week .... 140
Palatka.140
Repartee.150
Bedford.147
Billy Brown .... 145
THIRD RACE-HANDICAP. 5 FURLONGS.
Name. Bth Nan?. W't.
Neptunus.ibo I Coldstream .... 142
Jim Murphy .... 149 | Duke ef Monroe . . . 137
Repartee.149 I Bedfo- 1. 137
McKenzie.140 I Rnstllo. 137
FOURTH RACE-HANDICAP. 0 FURLONGS.
Name. W't. Name. W't
Zan "tar.160 ( Cold?tream. 147
Repartee. 157 ' Mentor. 145
McKenzie. 150 - Ten Follow .... 187
FIFTH RACE-HANDICAP HURDLE. 1 1-2 MILES.
Nime. wt Nama. W't
Will Davla .... 102 I Weisin- toa. 138
Sam Brown .... 164 ] Rochester. 138
Batainlo.144 I The Colonel .... 137
SIXTH RACF.-A8PINWALL STEEPLECHASE. D 1-2
MILES.
Nama. W't. Name. W't.
Teiinesaea.100 I Charlemagne .... 142
Major Plckott .... 100 ! Wheifly. 140
Jim McGowan .... 161
Warrington. 155
Rtssiitiln. 1J2
Westmoreland .... 148
Hercule!. 148
Monte Cr!?o .... 148
Zsngbar. 140
Schoolmaster . . . 140
Myatt!. 137
Repartee. 1..7
Jim Murphy .... 135
Gieeiitleia. 135
Will Davla .... 140 i Bobstay.1.10
SARATOGA F.NTRIES FOR TO-DAY.
Saratoga. Aug. 2(1 (Special).?The weather ls warm
and clear, with the prospect of a fair day's sport to?
morrow. Although Laura Sion? fs a great favorite
fo the first race, she has dono nothing bein to war?
rant the belle! that she can give Daisy Woodntif four?
teen pounds, and the latter ahould beat hor, while
Tessa K. will be dangerou*..
Tho second, third and sixth races are selling affairs.
Tlie fourth race look* to b?. a gift for Belle d'Or,
while Bronzomarto should get the placo.
Judge Murray should win tho Ultu race and Donald
get ihe place.
These are the en I rles: f
FIRST RACE-MAIDEN TWO-YEAR-OLDS. 11-16
OF A MILE.
Name. W't Nime. W't
Lauri Stone . ? ? . 107 Reunion , o a a a 105
Fldlleheid.106 ..emt K.103
Tom Ktrl .... 100 Brant...... 00
Juinlta colt . . . . f"> Lady Mit.98
Wild Cherrv ... 98 Bonnie Bounce ... 93
Dany Woodruff ... 08
SECOND RACE-SELLING. SIX FURLONGS.
NiK.a. W't Nime. Wt
Volatila ..kt. 109 t Melodrama . a , 101
Cct.il.105 Ernest Race . ? . 101
Crichton.97 Mina Mount .... 93
Queen of Tram-a . 88 I
THIRD RACE-SELLING. SIX FURLONGS.
Nama. Wt Name. W't
Noonday .... 112>Chlrkthomlny . . . 108
Tornado.IO* *. Hilda.101
Pit Regent . . . . 100 Carrie 0.02
Lucky Jim . . . . 911
FOURTH RACE-BEATEN HORSES. MILE AND A
FURLONG.
Name. Ft Name. Wt.
Longllght . ? * ? 107 ] Bron.omarte. . . . 105
Elmira.0" I Bella d'Or ... 07
FIFTH RACE-THREE-TEAR.OLDS. ONK MILE.
Name. Wt Nime. Wt
Bu il nota . .... HSiJudre Murray . . , 113
Jick Cocks . . . , 108 |Dousid ...... 104
Lovelace.104 '?
SIXTH RACE-SELLING. MILE AND A QUARTER
Name. W't Name. Wt
Bonnie S.Hi I Red l'rince . . . . 188
Rovil Arch . . . . 105 i Nettle . . . , , 102
Redstone .... loo Harry Cooper . . . 'JU
Mirth.90 I
Tho pool-aelllng last night waa as follow!:
First rice?Laura Stone 150, Daisy Woodruff 825, Teiia
K. 120, Remiten ed, Flddehead (0, field Bib.
6.cond (before division ot race)-Qu?n of Trumps 826,
Hilda all. Miss Mouse ss. Held $25.
Fourth-Belle d'Or 325. field $10.
Flfth-Judgo Murray $50, Business BIT, Donald 17,
field 10.
Sixth-Bonnie S. 826, Royal Arch 825, Redstone 825,
Mirth 813, Nettle 87. Rad Prince B7. Harry Cooper S_
MAYOR FITLER OFFERS A PRIZE.
Philadelphia, Aug. 20 (Special).-For tho handicap
?teeplechaae, tba sixth race at the annual fall meeting of
the lat Troop, Philadelphia City Cavalry, next October,
a allver cup has been offared as the prize by Mayor
Pitier. Only gentleman riders will be allowed to mount,
and the count will ba about two miles and over a fair
hunting country.
WESTWARD, HO! SOW THE WATCHWORD.
MANY RETURNING TRAVELLERS FROM EURO?
PEAN SHORES.
The following wero among the large number of saloon
pai-engeri that returned from Llveipool by the Cunard
steamer Etruria yeeierday:
Mr. H. C. Alexander, Mr. C. Arbuthnot, Colonel R
Baring, C. N. Bil*- John Crosby Brown, G. W. Chandler.
O. W. Chipman, Frederick Constable and Mn. Constable,
tha Rev. M. B. Corry. Dr. S. G. Dearborn, Mra. Dearborn,
Slr Dyco Duckworth, tha Rev. R. Dunlop, Mrt Forsyth,
Profeasor R F. Foitor, J. J. Gibbon" Colonel M. B- J
Goddird. Mn. Goddnrd. Dr. W. A. Grthtm. W. B. Grant,
Frederick Harvey, H. Hivemeyer, I -onird W. Jerome,
Jamei Knox, tho Rev. S. H. Licy, Madame De Lu**an,
Colonel W. Marshall, Mn. Marshall, Brander Matthewi,
Mrt Matthew*, the Rsv. Dr. J. P. McCurdy, General
David Merriton, tho Rev. G. Munro, Professor H. B.
Nanon, tha Rev. D. O. Neon, Crotby S. Noyes, thc
Bev. John Raid, Sidney BaaaaUM, tho Rev. N. S.
Bullion. John Sloane, Mrs. Sloane, Wlllltm Sloane, (he
Rev. Dr. George B. Spaulding, Ciptiln Bryce Stewart
W. J. Trowbridge, Mrt. Trowbridge, Dr. H. A. Tucker,
V. Varestchigln, Percy Wood, Cornelius Wylde, Csptaln
Lovett.
On la Brattcne, of tha Trench Una. from Havre, wero:
John D. Ailing, L. H. Arnold, Allison V. Armour,
T. T. Armatroug, S. II. Alemann, H. C. Bruton, Francis
Barten. Colonel Brunswick, R. Roehtcaii, Chtrlei Birre/,
General 8. T. Barlow. E. B. Crone, Lewli Clark, G. C.
Cumnock. J. C. Devin, R D. Dodge, J. L. Doolcttla,
W. M. Dletc, M- C. Dinenbium, Oswald Durand. W. IE
Fox, J. Groatmayer, W. 8. Gurnee, S. __. Hartley,
A. L. Jacobi, C. M. Jordan, Frank H. Jacquci, A. J.
Elia. Henry Brauer, Paul D. Kelley, J. R Landis, E M.
Lewia. Mn. Fnnk Leslie, G. V. Lilnder, Joseph Ixivy,
W. H. Lyon, Jordon L Mott, Jr., Ch O. Morgan, Edwin
H. Nelson, Ch. E. Nautt, J. S. Otter, J. J. Otter,
P. H. R. Pelion, O. G. Robinson, Ch. W. Sharpless.
B. J. Shonlnger. W. C. E. Seeboek, W. H. Snow, James
Simpson, R. T. Silva, George Silva, th- Rev. J. Strube,
0. M. Turck. O. V. Tonsley, E. J. Wile, Michel Weill,
Colonel Winthrop. W. C. Willard, H. It Wlsner.
FAITB-CVRB COXfERTS BABI1ZED.
It waa a busy day with the Faith Cure believer* yca
terdty. In Jertey City, tnd a number ot convent went
down Into tho water to receive the sacrament ot baptism.
By far the larger gathering attended the aervlces at Mount
Zion Sanctuary, New-York Biy, perhipi on tccount of Itt
being neirer tho city, tnd notne?;ent!y more accessible, or
possibly bectute tha view li better. Between 2,000 and
' 8,000 jttraent went out ind the surface cars w* re crowdod.
j Those btptlzed el Mount Zion were Jamel A. Francis ind
i Mrs. Hillie Francie, Ii.* wife, of No. 133 Hunk-?., Newark,
' and Mr*. Lavina Burnott, of Poughkeepsie, ind Mi*? Isa.
| bella Hale, her sliter, of New-York. In Mr. Frtiicls's
I cate lt waa a rebaptlsm, sod he teemed In a atata of happy
I exaltation after lt
At Sslterville, Psmrapo, on thc abon nf Newark Bay,
there wa* a good attendance at tha service*, which were
held on the open field on the blu.Ts, witera a few tree"
?landing In a lina running back from tha bay, laka the
i ntme of a grove. The persona baptized tt thli place wiro
Mrs. Holbtusen and MU* Sophie and Ml** Marie Scliclbly.
The gnat d*y for Faith Cure believer! will be on Septero
i ber 15, and ilia lntere. t will continue to September __. Del?
egates wlil be present fiom all parts of the :ountry, or
| nenly all, and they will dtilberat* on mentis for spreading
the faith.
?
A TELEGRAPH OPERATOR A BREST ED.
For lome limo part tha Westtrn Union Telrgraph
Company hal been mining money from one of their sta?
tionl tl Point Ptctstnt, N. J. - ? -i-i- i.-ri fen upon
Theodora Peterson, a ninet^tn-yt-nr-old operator, and -Sai
ordiy night Detective! Roger* and Mc A til IT, of the Heal
quit-er* force, irres?" him ta he wt* coming to this city.
YttU-rdty morning the prisoner wis imlgned befort
Justice Fatierson, in Jelferton Market Court, and the
necessary papen wen made out for hti tnniferrtl to
New-Jtr -y. The full sum iloleu wat $47 oO.
KILRAIS, TBS rUOlLIST. BACK TROM EUROPE.
"Jake" Kllriin. tha pugilist arrived late Saturday
Bight on lha Cunard ttetm*bip Eirena. The tugboat
John Lenox took a number of reporter* and friend* of KM
rain down the bay to welcome him, and about 12 r30 a. m.
he wai brought to tha city and want it once to tbe Metro?
politan Hotel to meet bli wife. Kllrain tay* that he ls
tn good health aud willing to meet any man, especially
John L. Sullivan. What bia preaent plana are he hardly
knowa himself, eieept that ba will take a reat lo recover
tram bia voyage and hla aaaalckncaa. To-day EUralu and
als wita itart for Batten. I
NOT BROOKLYN'S DAY.
HUMBLED BV THE COWBOY TEAM.
NEARLY NINE THOUSAND PEOPLE WITNESS THE
LOC*L SUNDAY GAME.
Nearly 9,OC0 people went out IS ridgewood Park,
Long Uland, yc-torday, tn witness the game of base?
ball between tho Lroti-lyn and Kansas City nlnoa.
Th"** home team ag*In played poorly, and tho visiting
players from tho West won wlih ridiculous ease. Teiry
pitched ** Uh little effect and was poorly supported.
Tho onlookers were highly Incense! at the poor work
of the home nine, and ihe players were hissed a. they
left the grounds In carriages. The score was as fol?
lows :
A*an?? CO?. r. iloipoj _,'#. ij Brnnkltin. |r.lb;poa
McTa.uinr.cf! 2~_' 4 (E O^PIntney, 8b.! 0; 6
Barkiar.'_b..| ll I1 A 1 o O'it r.en. If....1 I1 1
D?tIs. ., I,.... li. O' I. ?' O.iB'irns. ot.| (I 0
1'hillips, li...- o I* v- ii o Foot*, r t.i Ol _
Donohue, rt.. l' ll X O' 0| Orr. 1 0_.| ll! 0
i.
1
0
O' Bj 1
ll 0 1
ll I
iii
l1 0
ltnt.it.I Bi li o' ol oi->ulth.i*.* Oi III 1* -I
-?>naiu.e.... O1 1! ? 2 liiTerry, p.I 0, |l o 14:
Ester ay. 1a.\ 0 **
M 1
?LZlJl
.I 2 Peenlei. c.< 0| 0 Iii li 0
_i ?
Totala..' ?.~*.i57;T?;*at! Total!.i' ll 4J27 '2.1 "
Kanst* City ...11000111 l-l
Brooklyn ....10000000 0?1
Earned runs-Kansaa City 2, Brooklyn 0. First bise
by errors-Kansas City 3, Brooklyn 2. Lett on ba.-a
Kansai City 7. Brooklyn 5. First baie on ballt-Btrk
ley 2, Donohue 1, Brennan 1, Plnkney 1, Burnt 1. Stolen
ba-es-Cllne 1, Pout* 1. Struck out-Barklcy 1, Davla
1. Phillipa 1. Cline 1, Enterday 2, Sullivan 4, O'Brien 2,
Peeplei 1, Burdock 1. Home runs?Barkley 1. Threo
baie hltt-McTamtny 1. Hit by pltcher-Plnekney 1.
Wild pltchca-Sulllvan 1, Terry 1. Pasted balls-Bren
nan 1, I'eepies 1. Umpire?Mr. Docscher. Time of
game?1 hour, 60 minutes.
Th** Cuban Giants and the Red Sox teams played
the final game of tlie colored championship lerles ai
the Long Inland grounds yo. tciday. The Cuban
Giants outplayed their opponents at every point and
won wllh ea e. Ihe score was as follows:
Cuban tftante.. r.|l" p.
li.?v'inrm- -bi Bl
C. Wi I i.i iu i. ri., I
Thoms*, c.... 21
H?:rni">ii, ttl '.'!
Boy.l. cf.' 01
Holme*. llb..., 1
4
_ 0
'.' ll
3 ii
tl 0
a. 1 a..i Re,l ,so_
1 0 Fe ll tri sr e..
Oi I iTayier, SB.
2* *) li'iHin. Db..
al 0 IKielt.-r. 1>...,
o o * ti'Ulaaaaa,
V '_, M*K.re, 1.1.
ii.' linker, e. f.
Ti
POI '1. f.
Hil
?ti 1,
0 1
(I 10
3'
l; [i
0 -1)
0 0
fl!
ii.
0, 1
0
Allen, lb. Il 1' 7 O' ii,'linker, e. L...I (ti I; 1" Bl '1
Whvte, p.| I1 ) 1)14! ll Wiri li mi. rf, 0* 0| 3i 0 0
Steeps, h t....i 31 1, 0 Ol oljjohnion, t a.. Oj 0 0 4* 0
Tatala.I lil I Lt. 27 21 j "li I Totals..| ftj~-^in1 ll
Cubin Giant* .. 00464 800 0?10
Red Sox....0000020UO-5
Earned runs?Cuban Gisnti 5. Red Sox 1. First bane
on errors?Cuban Giants 7, Red Sox 1. Homo run?C.
Wllliinit Thrce-b-.e Blt?Harrison. Two-base hitit?C.
Williams, T. Ru m n. Struck on t-O. Will lim*, C. William*,
Whyte, Fentr!*i2,R'J_lii, tUMm 2, McClennan 2, Moore 2,
Bilker 2.Werthim. Jolm-mn. Hit by plteher-Whyte.Piira!:*).
Stolen bases?Harrl?)n, Allen, Partgo 2, McClennan. !.* fi
on bavrs?Cuban (iitnu 7. Red Sox 3. Base on tails?
G. Williams, Harrison, Bn.vd, McClennan. Umpire-Mr.
Paasct. Timo of pume?2 hour*. 20 minutes.
The New-York nine now has a lead of eight games
In the race for the I-acne pennant, and there seems
no good reason why that lead should be materially
lessened during tho coining weeli. Tho Chicago nine
ls still second, with a strong probability of rolainlng
that position for some time, If not to (ho end ot the
lesson. The Detroit team occupies third place, only
a few polnis ahead of fhe Boston nine, Wtth the Phila?
delphia nine close upon tho latter's heels. The Pitts?
burg nine li also bettering Its record, and ls not far
behind Philadelphia. The record to date ls as follows
NawVork.
Chicago.' fi1
Detroit.I 61
Ho*t.n . 4
Philadelphia. 6.
Pltliliur,'.! 8,
Washington.I 41
Indianapolis.I 31
Garnet lost.
7 ll ll li- ll
8| 8* 811 55 95
si i. ?.' 9Uo et
el .'. ii ii* ??? 95
..IO IO fl'47 04
0 ... OTl'4.1 00
.1 7| ..! 4,37.95
8 4'10 ..i8li'J7
ll tl 4H17 47i5-G3|
The record of the games *o far played between tho
Eastern club* and also between the Western tcair?>,
with tuc!) otli*r, i* as follows:
Fail
Kill.
-if
ii
F
I fifi*
i "lil
I: l
New-York_
-ii?t.n.........
Pillia le'.iilnn .
Walbing loo .
Oimesloit..
. H0>12.H-HA IChloixo. ..| 8
4| .'J 6 ll Jil Detroit. 8
5, !? ..i OI'.'0;!Piit?btirg.... S
li I' 8
lil'.'lt*! I Pittsburg.
. 17i ilU'lltnaooli*.
13 M '.'ii 281 ..ii
3 71 4
Oim-aloai. Il 31,18
h mn
H 1* _
11121
..,14
lil
In tbe American Association race, the St. Louis nine
li sleadlly Increasing Ita lead, and now seems to ha^e
the first position virtually icttled. Tho Cincinnati,
Brooklyn and Athletic clubs are still close tugeiher
for second place, and the flplit between these nines for
that position ought to bo Inteie^tltig. None of the
other nines can get above filth place. The record to
dato ls as follows :
nutt.
St. Loull._.I ..? Ol
Cincinnati.j 71 ..I
Atnlitic.i 6
I QI Pl a* s
\ 1
?' ri 2' p.1 cl o
i ?' lj f ? ll
Ff
" a _l
Brooklyn.
Mil' iliriis
LonilVlll!
< 'ior.-l iii 1
Kaniaa City.
Garnet Imt
7 10
ii ii
3 4|
iii a
I ll l-'lU'l'.' 07* ?6
4 1111 8 11 18 ll
7 io H 8 lu M Bl
... 7. 0.1B, 7 i.'ioo
7 .. 7' 7 7,.l. ; U7
6 7l ..' C| l?!:igl 93
4 7| 5| .., LU, O'J
0 61 4i 7, ..133' 05
.188:87118143 50 57 50 62 I ..!
The serle* between the Western ami Eastern clubs
of the Association shows that tho Western nines have
been doing much better work of late. The St. Loula
nine has the Le.t Individual record. The Kansas City
team has won more games from Brooklyn than from
any other, while ihe linn*;.lyn team bas lost more to
Kansas City than to any other niue. Tho record is
aa follows:
Bott
Witt.
Bin
ar oi
I fl
_??? *?! ci si
Wi ?| a
_ ? -
Brooklyn..
Athletic...
Baltimore
C'-ffl.iii,'.
7 lo
5 7,
sh
9 7 BS St. Louts.
911*1,81 (. nu ..mall ....
7 7 81 '(.millville.
5 ? ll Kaaaai city..
7,11,
Hill
. I
_\ 6.
ll 87
a 2n
il 2-_
'[?14
(?traction..Ila,35 Dil.lin.
Gamut lost...'21, lol Jli34
The League games for the week are as appended:
To-day?New-York vs. Bo-ton, at Polo Grounds, New
York ; Wa. hingtuu vs Philadelphia, at Washington ; Chi?
cago vt Pittsburg, at Chicago; Detroit vs. Indianapolis,
at Dei rolf.
Tuchtlay?New-York va. Boston, tt Polo Grounds, New.
York; Detroit vs. indianapolis, at Detroit; Chicago va.
Pittsburg, at Chicago; Wa?lilnrion vs. Philadelphia, at
Waablngton.
\. ediie*div?New-York vs. Boston, it Polo Grounds
New-York; iVsshtngton v*. Philadelphia, at Washington;
Chicago x*. PItt.*burg, at Chicago, Detroit vt litdlauap'
lis, nt Detroit.
Th it radar? Roston vs. New-York, at Bost'in ; Philadel?
phia va Washington, at I'lilladelphla; Pl!t?huig vs. De?
troit, it Pittsburg; Indianapolis vt Chicago, at in
dlaaapotlfl.
Irida.v-Phlliflelphla vs. Washington, it Philadelphia;
Boston vs. New-York, nt Beeton; Pittsburg vs. Detroit,
at Pitt, burg; Indinniiiolls vs. ( blcago, st Indianan* * la.
_>aturdiy?Boston v *. New-York, at Boston; l.*t*l>urg
vi. Detroit, ni Plttabnrg; l'liliadoiphia vs. Washing um,
at pbiiaiieiphiu j lad la aa polls ra, (lu* nco, ?i ladlaaapella,
'Ihe Am'Tlean Association scheduled games for tlio
pre-ent wecR are _,_ follow*:
To-day-Lnul)ivl!!e v*. Athletic, it Philadelphia; Bal?
timore vs. (iiit'iiiiiatl, at Cliu-liiiiati ; Clevelmd vt St
Loult tt Cleveland.
T?eaday?Brooklyn va. Knn*?? city, at Waahingtnn
Paili. Brooklymj Aihletlc va, Loulivllle, it Philadelphia;
Balun.ire v. ('In* liuiutl, at Cincinnati; Cleveland vi. bt
Loull, al Cleveland.
w.-di,e-,.itj-No jjame* ara aeheduled.
Thurwliy-Brookfvii re. Cincinnati, tt Wtahlngton
Park, Brooklyn- Allileile vs. .sr. Louis, al Philadelphia;
Cleveland v*. Kiui^a* City, at Cleveland; Baltimore vs.
L,.ii,?i ,!i*\ al ll.-iltliii.pre
P-May?AUUetiC v?. St. Loni*, it Philadelphia; Cleve.
land v*. Kansan City, at Qevelaad; Bultiitmra vt Louis?
ville, it Ballimore.
Sttiirdtj -Brookivn v. ClneiliBall, at Washington
Park. Brooklyn; Athletic vs. St. Lonla, at PhllaVelphia;
Cleveland vs. Kinsas City, at Cleveland; Baltimore v?.
Lout.vliv. ?t Lalllhiore.
The N*w-York and Iloiun nine* will play at the Polo
Ground* to-dsy. The hom-: player* will wear their new
white and maroon Colored uniforms for the Br?t time.
The Jer?ey City and Wliketharre trama will play at
Oakland Park, Jersey City, to-day.
The I "uox nine (Vftutd the Rush teim at Recreation
Park yeiterday, by 18 lo 15, In t.r-i Innings.
Tho Sagamora team won a game from the Walkington
Market niue at tbe Long Island Gronnda ytiterday by
20 to 3.
-.?.
OTHER SUNDAY GAMES.
Philadelphia, Au;. 20.?A postponed gama wal played
off tl Glournsler thli tft.rnooii between tbe Athletic tnd
Lo'iUvllle teim* Thc Aihletlc* played in splendid form
and won with ease Mattln.oio pit* ned efT* rtlveiy md wa*
welt supported. Ramsey wa* wild at times, bul the mlt
ertble iup|x>rt ba NWlVBl wis calculated la dlicourage any
pilcher. Tha catching of Gunning ind thc neldlng of
Gletaon wera the only featurua. Attendance, 1,600. Tha
leora wai ai followt
Atltietl-. 0 0 8 I 1 1 0 0 0-11
Loolivllta. OlOOOOOOO? 1
Bsasails-AUlsUs 10, UulsvUls 1. E_r?a-Athlaui
,
2, Loulavllle 10. Fttohsra?MatUmora and Bameay. Um- -
plre?Mr. Fcrgunon.
Cleveland. Aub. _*.-Although the Clevelind nina did
not make an error In today'* game at Gea uga Lako, thc
sam. hard luck that hu pursued them In the St Louis
serle* prevented their winning. The " Browns" found tho
ball when a h'.-. wis needed, ind camed all of their runs.
King wn* Mt hardar thau th*i icore iliowi. Tho score
wns i* f.llowi:
fit I-ul*. 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 10-5
Cleveland. 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
Ba? I.Itt?St Louis, 7; Cleveland. 7. Error*?S'. Lou!*,
3; Cleland. 0. Pitcher--King and Blakely. Umpire
Mr. Gaffney.
Cincinnati. Ang. 20?The Baltimore nlne'i poor field?
ing lost them to-iliy'i* game. Cunningham pitched with
fine effect, bot O'Brien gave Lina poor support and the
local men ran bates almost with Impunity. Attendance.
0 100. The icore waa at appended:
Cincinnati. 01300011 0-6
Ballimore.. 00000000 0-0
Btiehlt*-C!nclnnttl, 6; Baltimore, 7. Errors-Clueln
nttl. 2; Baltimore. 0. pllchert-Smlth and Cunningham.
Umpire?Mr. Goldsmith.
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HOME NEWS.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT TIIE HOTELS.
ALBEMARLE-Mr*. George L. Lorlllard and Count de
Acreda. BRUNSWICK-Leonird W. Jerome. CLAR
ENDON-Gcnonl Gillwcy. of tho British Arn.y. FIFTH
AVENUE?David H. Moffat, prcitdent of the Denver and
Rio Gnnde Railroad Company. HOFf MAN-Vaaalll
Vcreitclitgln, of Moscow.
WHAT 18 GOING ON TODAY.
Cedtrhurst Steepler-..? Rates. Cedarhunt
International Swimming Mitch, Coney Island, 4 p. m.
M'-.'Ing of tht Hungarian Republican Club, No. 10
Avenue-B.
RI. e prnctlce of the 60th Regiment tt Crecdmoor.
Meeting of the Independent Protective Convocation,
No. 322 Baal Thlr'y fourth-st
BaeeeAtea at the Knickerbocker Conservatory, No. 44
West Fourteenth-it, 9 p. m.
Henry George Single-Tax Meeting, Cooper Union,
7 i30 p. m.
Meeting of XVllth tnd XlXth Assembly D.strlet
A**o la-Ion, Flfty-scventh-iu and Elghth-ave.
NEW-YORK CITT.
The Paullst Fathers of this city began their annual
retreat yesterday In their summer hows at Lake
George.
The miui who preaches at. Spruce snd Nassau sts.
on Sundays said yestenlay that he wa* getting tired;
" because," ho added, " I haven't mado two converts
In the la.*t three months."
The P.ev. Dr. V. Flood, nishop of Trinidad, ts Bt
present staying with the Dominican Fathers In this
city.
Dr. Lleber, one of the leaders of the Catholic party
In the German Parliament, who arrived hoio a few
days agu, lccinr" I last evening In the hall attached to
the Church of the Assumption, In West I'orty-iilnih-st
T. F. Breslln lias enrolled sixty-two men In a braneh
of the Irish American Atitl-I'ree-Trade I-ague which
he has or^aiilr.cd In the XXIIld Assembly Dlstrlot
Englneer-in-chlef Melville, of the Navy Depart?
ment, who went to gea on a six hours' speed trial trip
of tho Swatnra when * he started for Brazil a week ago,
reports that the englnea worked exceedingly well, de?
veloping l.nr.O horse-power at one time with (io 1-2
revolutions per minute of the screw. This ls a greater
power than was expected, but lt could not bo kept up
until the llremen have greater experience with their
work at forced draft.
At th!* evening's Seldl concert at Brighton Be*__h
wlll be given Chorus and Tarantella, Auber; First
6ulto, Mosbo-rsky ; March of tho Knights ot the Cross,
Liszt; Schorzo, Goldmark; Warriors' Musio from
Rlcnxl, and a miscellaneous programme.
Florists say that Jay Gould's already famous col
lection of orchids ls going; lo outstrip all Its rivals If
tts owner keeps away from business much longer.
People who have the Idea that a ship chandler
earlies on his business In a dingy cellar, redolent of
tar and tallow, should examine some of tho South-st.
stores. They look more like banking houses, with
their plate-glass partitions aud shining brass fixtures.
William Downs, a laborer, of No. A..3 East Twenty
second-st., who wi? slabbed by John Cunningham Sat?
urday evening In Twenty second-st. near Avenue A,
was In a dying condition yesterday. The dangerous
operation of laparotomy was performed upon him, and
several wounds In the Intestines wero sutured. Downs
refused yesterday afternoon to maim a statement to
Coroner Eldnian. Cunningham, who escaped at tbe
time of the stabbing, was arrested yesterday.
John Whalen was found In an unconscious condition
near his home st One-hundrcd-and fifty-ninth-st and
Cortland-ave. lalo Saturday evening, and was taken to
the Hatlem Hospital. There were several severe cuts
and bruises on his head and face, which wero mado by
an unknown mau.
The funeral of Iialas Meyer took place yesterday at
his home. No. 70 West Fifty-fourth-st. The Rev. Dr.
Gottheil officiated. The burial was at Cypress Hills
Cemetery.
People who spend a good deal on lawn flowers can
And ample opportunity In what florists call "carpet
beddings,"' foliage plants and others planted thickly,
so thst their colors form a pattern, repeated a. often
as the pui*e permits, at ?50 a yard.
Tbe funeral of Edward D. Phyfe, who died on Thurs?
day, was held at his home, No. 10-t Lexlngton-ave.,
yesterday. The Rev. W. S. Croeker, of St. Georgo's
church, condioted Iho services at the house and at
Greenwood Cemetery, where tho burial took place.
Dentists say that gum chewing has the one redeem?
ing feature of keeping the teeth free from tartar.
The funeral of Anne ('hilde Segnln, the well known
soprano -Inger and musician, occurred af her Lome,
No. 154 West Twenty-ilrst-st., yesterday. The ser?
vice was conducted by the Rev. Dr. George n. Hough?
ton, of tho Church of the Transfiguration. There
were no pail-bearers. The burial took placo In Green?
wood.
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BROOKLYN.
Walter E. Smith returned to his home In Monta-uk-ave.
on Saturday, and found Ihat woman's weurlng appaiel
worth if-200 had bren stolen. He procured a search
warrant from Justice Sclilllein and recovered the proper?
ty In tho rooms of Mlsa Nora E. Morel, at No, 30_ ("lin?
ton--1. Sho was left In charge of Mr. Smith's house
who.- tho family went away.
The I'.rookl.vn Academy of Science has been Inoor
porated Ly O. Vi. Thompson, John Loebcr, Georgs W.
Miali, Dr. Henry T. Halleck, A J. Mills, Addison A.
Cardwell, W. H. Cnope, Jchn C. Cardwell and James
James, Jr. The object ls to spread popular scloutltlo
knowledge. I-eetu.es will be given In the hall of tho
Warner Institute, at Broadway and Ile Kail* ave., and
Instruction In chemistry will be given In a laboratory
thei-0. A. A. Cardwell ls president of the academy.
Tho Democratic General Committee will meet tills
evening In Jefferson Hall to arrange for tho primaries
preceding tho State ('(invention.
Tho funeral of Christian A. Uo.lx, who died on Frl
daj, took place yesterdiy at hi* homo, No. 10(1 Lcirerts
place. Many membci. nf the Brooklyn Saengerbund
were present. The burial was In Evergreens Cemetery.
Charles Rogers, ago twenty-two, of No. 883 llud
soti-ave., aittrinptcd tu board a (ruin on the Brooklyn
Elevated road af Park ave. and Navy-st after tho gates
were closed, on "iturday night. He clung to tho gato
until he was dragged past the end of IBB platform,
and then let go. He fortunately fell on the ties and
est aped with severe bruises, aud waa taken home In an
ambulance.
TITO MEN -TILLED BY THI. ACCIDENT IN A FLAT.
John lm,kui, one of the man caught lu the rutni of
the falling brick In the flat on Wost Eighty-third-tt on
Satuidny. died from hi* Injuries in tho NInety.nlnth
Street Hospital early ye.terday morning. Hla holy wai
removed tn his home. No. 5(3 West Fi ft v-se ve nth-it
Tills makes the nsaal victim of this accident, tho other,
Charles flynn, of East One-bun Ired-and-thlity-thlrd-st,
having been almost Inxiat.tly lil.Ll.
citoTD-. visiting olen island.
Olen Inland hod Its usual Sunday quota of vlsttora
yesterday. Eight of Starln'i boata were heavily load d
with passenger* from early morning until lalo In the
afternoon, and trips wen. made every hour. Tha teeta**
rant and dining-room MM Ulled tn overflowing with guest*
anxious to appease their appetite* with Rhode Island
clambrike*. The day was deliciously cool, both on tho
Uland uni on thc boals up Md down the Sound.
LEONARD IT. JEROME BACK FROM LONDON.
Leonard W. Jeiome, longing taievvorn, aniv.-d from
Ltveipotrl by the Cunard steamship etruria yost -rday.
and gave a courteous greeting to The Tribuno reporter
who met him at th" pier, but had little lo MB, " \ ,.ii
aee, I have been out of th*- country only a month, and
merely ran a* mk* to s-n my tamilr," he said. " Alto
1 BAKING
LP0WDER
Absolutely Pure.
.-J*-**..-???-??' '?T?,, *__*-*e> A mar."I 01 purity, itrtr.gtt
Bod wkultsumtn*?! Mort aeontmleal thin tha ordinary
tia aa, aod eaunot ba aold In competition with th* aiultiiudt
af low teat, ?hort.weight tlum or t)ho?ph?ta oowdira. Bold
Bely lo tana- BOVAl* aAKXNB IbWfifck co.. i__
Wall Bt, N. X
aether I was In England Jut two weeks and went oat bat
little tn that time. Absolutely there lt nothing that I
can aay that would be likely to Interest The Tribune'* r ad
ert With regard to any projects I may havo In eoonactlon
with the new Jerome Park race track, I would prefer for
many reasont to waive all discussion of the subject Jost
now. In the course of motlier day or ao ? shall endeavor
lo tell you .something more about lt."
REWS FROM THE SURVRRR
NEW-JERSEY.
The annnal meeting of the New-Jersey Division et
the Leaguo of Americsn Wheelmen will be held la
Orango on September 21 and 22. A business meeting
will bo held on the first day and races on the second.
W. C. O'Kee, age thirty-seven years, living at No.
07 Clinton-sb, Hoboken, was overcome by the heal
last evening. Ile was removed to St. Mary's Hospital
where he died without recovering consciousness.
The ferme is of Essex and Morris counties har.
for several years bsd a basket picnic In August Oa
Thursday, the annual outing will tike plaee at Tuttle's
Grovo, Sprlngtleld Bridge, on the banks of the Paaaale
River.
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JER8EY CITT.
A girl, age eleven, who gives ber nama aa Annie
Shelvey, and says she lives with her father la Thlrd
st.. East Newark, was found at a late hour Saturday
night In the Pennsylvania Ualroad station. 6ho aald
the caroo to meet her mothar, who bad been in New
York for a week. Chief Murphy, at headquarters,
telephoned to the Newark police. He received an
ansv.-er yesterday that no such person bs James
Shelvey could be found. The girl then give tba
address of a Mrs. Fitzpatrick, of East Newark, who,
she said, was her slsier, but the police were unable
io find her. Tbe police believe the girl has run
away from borne and ls romancing.
NEWARK.
Andrew Page, a burly plumber, living at No. 15.1
Hawkins st., came homo drunk yesterday morning
and began to abuse his wife. He pummelled her face
Into Jelly with his fists, closed her eyos completely
and then knocked her down and Jumped on her until
she became unconscious. The woman was taken to
a hospital and Page was locked up, to await the re?
sult of hi* wife's Injuries.
Mrs. Kate Smith, whllo sitting on the front stoop
of her home, at No. 50 Van Buren-st., last night, was
struck on tho hoad with a brick, throwu by some uu
known person. Her shall was crushed In and she
was removed In an ambulance to St. Michael's Hospital
In a dying condition. The police wero notified, but
up to a late hour last night no arrest had been made.
? ?
NEW-BRUNSWICK.
A woman named Jeanette Hunter caused con?
siderable excitement yesterday hy trying to commit
suicide by Jumping from tlie bridge. She afterward
Jumped ott iho bank Into tho water. She was pulled
out and allowed to go home.
An employe of Rust A. Sons, druggists, en Satur?
day night threw pepper, or something of that nature,
from a window on a crowd on tho sidewalk, who were
Iist"nlng to tho Salvation Army, and some of the stuff
entorcd the eyes of several people and caused much
excitement.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY.
August Rchlosshan, a lad Bevcn years of aaa, eon
of Henry Schlosshan, a hotel keeper at No. 110 Matn
st., Yonkers, wa. run over and killed last night by
a Sob-tall car In that city In front of his father's
hotel. James H. Slelcher, tba driver of the car, was
arrosted and locked up.
B1BBI JOSEPH IN A NEW SYNAGOGUE.
Chief F.abbl Joseph preached the sermon yesterday
at the dedication of the new synagogue of the Con?
gregation Tlsereth Israel, at No, 120 Allen-st. The
synagogue was packed with people, the aisles being
crowded with those who were forced to stand. Rabbi
Joseph pi-cached from the text " How beautiful are
thy tents, O Jacob, thy dwelling-places, O Israel'."
This, he said, was the only blessing left of all those
given by Balaam. The prophet had always showered
nothing but curses upon tho Jewish people, except
In this case. These words, though coming from the
mouth of one who at heart was an enemy, had come
lo be a blessing lo the people of God. They, there?
fore, In their gratitude, should not cease to follow
a true religious life. I'.elng In a free country, they
could now observe the laws of Moses, a great bless?
ing they had not enjoyed lu the lands where formerly
they had suffered oppression. But he warned them
that, no one should think that he was entirely safe.
The tribes of Israel bad not yet come out of the
Red Sea, and, though the banks seemed near at hand,
tho tide still swelled around thom, while the enemy
pressed In from the rear. So every son of Israel,
Uko the mariner who. when swept. Into tho sea,
clings fast to the rope thrown to him by some friendly
hiiti'l, should cling to the Jewish religion, the rope
of safety thrown wlihln his reach by a protecting
Father.
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MINI A ic m; almanac.
To-L>AI.
Snn rites Bril I Beta 6:37 | Moan rises 9:351 Moon's aga SO
?hoi wats*.
'.J.-Sandy Hook. 11:39 i Gov. til'1 11:611 Hall Oata. 1:11
_'.__-.?u*iy Hooa 1MB I dov. UM. ? I Hail Gate, 1:41
IS COM ISO STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
nilli. Ere ix *_<!?< IBM
Per*ian Monarch.London.Aug ll.Wilton
Cir* a??ia......Glaetow.Aug 16.Aucnor
The Queen.Liverpool.Aug Itt.N..tiona
(ii,ll, rt.Hamburg.Aux I '*'....Hamn-Atmr
Kibe.Bremen.Auk 18.N (J Lloyd
Mannattan.Havana.Aug 36.Wani't
IBMI?A_. ACO. 2S
Ntvada.Liverpool.Aug28.(Inion
Panama.Havana_Aug 24... .Span Tram
VBOB-MMf. Al'*}. 29.
Btait of Indiana,.Glasgow.Ant 17...?....Btata
1 .inna.llamburt.Aug If,....ilimb-Anier
Uhr n I tnd.Antwero.Aug IH.?. Roo Star
City ot Alexandria....Havana.Ang'.6.Waru'i
Tnt USD AT. aug .'50
City of Roma.Llierpoot.Aug 33.Anchor
ciimibinsa.Rotterdam.Ang 18.Nun-Amor
Valoncia.Laguarra.Aug _M.Rad D
l'onitn?.Montego Ray...Aug 24.At AWI
OUTGOISG SIR A MERS.
Tl'ESIlAT, ACO. 23.
Veeeel
rein!. Line. ror Milli cl uta is ila.
Wltcoottn, (iuloa, Ltveraool. S pm
AlTo, Alias, Carthagena..ll fm 1 Dla
Wt!!!..-SbA.. ACO. 29.
Britannia Wnite Stir. Liverpool. 7 am 10:30 tm
Hs! ia, ("iiusr '. UTerivi.il. IO am
Trcve. N (i Lloyd. Bromtn "a .'tti'tnp'n 7i.V>am ll am
nelgsnlanil. (ted Stir. Antwerp. 7:30 am ll am
Nu.sn. W ir.l's, Havana, .to . 3 nm 4 pm
Orinoco Qiinbac. Windward Itlanda. 1 inn H p ai
Trinidad, utiabeo.liariiiu.it. 1 pm 1 pm
SB IP PISG RRWR.
POBTOFNEW-YOKX.SUNDAY. ACO. 38, 1888
A BRI V BO
Steamer Ocean (Ger). Vote. Bremen Aug 9, in ballast to
Biursiinrg A Ce ai ri veil at ito. Uar at 4.30 a m.
Steamer ?.*l*m (Otoh). B il.Lit. Aruit*r,tam Ang ll, with
milae am! Ubi paiieugers lo Funch, Edre A Ca Arrived at
tlie ll.ir at ii a m.
(Reamer orinoco (fir). Garvin, Bt Kitts Tit Boston, wita
mdse to K K Oiitorbr. lue._ Co.
(Steamer city ot .-Savannah, smith. Savin nth 3 days, wuk
nul-e am! pi issenters tn tl I, vvaiker.
Steamer H?.- u waler. Dole. Newport Nows and Norfolk,
With m.l,t- sn i i ih* ?>?? ii kio -*. Old Dominion ms (Jo.
Steamer Wuyau'toltu, Kelley, Newport Newland Norftlk,
with in*! -e ..no ,' its.in/Misi.i uiii D puiiiitp*n is*Ca
Steamer Winthrop, Brai,-g, Portland, with india lo Horan .
Hall.
.steamer Merman Winter. Hallett. Boston, with mdtt to
H K Dlinock.
-iti-.iiii.r vvilkeibtrre. Cate*, Boston for Port Johaaon.
Mm* i leo sLi.itl.-it, Hall, Calcutta lit daya, with mdit to
Vernon II Krown .t lu.
titra A oiiiiK.i t> I Bi i. smut.. Antwerp 43 naya, with mdse
to order, v...*-' te.i r' Whitney A Co.
Bara Mr van wy, Vincent. >.i ami from Port Nata} 80 daya,
willi iron io ll VV I't-.iooily 4 Co.
Bait I'i,ii i. sti-isoo. n iv minah 7 daya, with lumbar to ar?
dor: vesstl to T 1' Kill A Co.
-inp. K Patna IB-, Miiiou, wioiUor. V8, a dara with
plantar to Motliei -poon Bios. T"i-el to J I* Whltnay a Ca.
isoir Lnjn. Doona. VI nullor. Ns, 0 day*, with planar io
J il KtBBA. Co; ve.net toll ll Murella fl Cu,
BUNhRT?Al Sundy Honk, wind. ligkl.SW; fair. At Ct?
Itiau.i, wind, ltg.it, SW; fair.
Arrlvei! yesterday ?
steamer Trinidad (Bri. Prtier, NtmlltoB. Bermnda, l>t
dtya. with nits" and l.', pasiaagari to A K uuterbrlilgi a ca
Ai riven at the uar tt lo p m.
If steamer Ktiuna (ilr). from Liverpool, pravlanily ra
potted, bringa 70S p neangar*.
TT BtsaatSl la BreWicna (_'r), trom -Urra, prtTiouslT rt
lioitwi. br.ug* ona i*j.s* u,*-r? Arrived at lha Bar at 10.13
P m.
BAILED.
-teamer* Exeter City, for Brutal; Martella Hull; Vor
warl*. Brimen.
THL MOVKMF.NTSOF STEAMERS,
80BBIOB roll!';..
<juBSM*row ., Aug'-d?sailo'i. lUtm?r* servia (Bri. Mc?
Kay, um .tualta (Bri, Murray, fro.u Llrtipool hence tor
Boo York.
I.i.*uii> Ang'.'0-l'iisnd. *tetmer No >rillnnd (Belg). Nick?
ol*, ir.io. New--O'S on lier way Ui Antwerp.
.* tm mi'. Au; '."i?i-1 led. itt.auirr v. t-iteruland (Belg)
Kincie. fur Now-York.
a .i-ru' i'm. Ang '--.-Hilled, attainer P Ctltnd (D'ch), Pot*
Jar. for Vtw-York.
Havre, Au*'.'--Arrived, ataaaaar Ia Bttrgogit (Fr),
Fr ainu.ti. from Naw-Yort.
it av i-i. a?,- _t. saiii'V, ittamir Pintrn t (Bpae). Beetle
for Niw-York.
Ang _.. sailed, itotmar Ci tr of Alt xor dr la, tram Mt tlc ia
Boru banca tor New-York.
Annonnremenie.
E. <S_ W- Tne ??Wichita'' Collas. E. t* W
A Min BasiuM nt Culla aa.
Henry A. Daniela, M. D.,
mu Wbbv i .'tnh.sr.
Iimih* of the Nervoui "retain, lienito-Urinary Oriana
lm po ton ce and "terintr. Hoarn 8 to 13,1 tan
m
On Satubday, Kbpt. 1,
?The Leadla- Pail h ty lei" la OanUira.a'i BatawtUBa
inlrodaeod by Ba|iat?heid, Ul Maaeea-at,, XIS,
w
H
LADIES
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
FELT HAT8.
ALI. POPULAR COLORS.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED.
O'NEILL'S
6TH IVE., 20TH TO 218T ST.
CARPETS
NEW FALL STYLES
KOW ON EXHIBITION.
SPECIAL. SALE OP
ROYAL WILTONS.
(We believe them the Best Wearing Carpet maia.)
IN CHOICE AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS, MANU,
FACTURKD EXPRESSLY full US BY JOHN CR018,
LEY _-. SON.. .ND THK OLDEST AND MOST ________
BRATED MAKERS OF EUROPE AND AMERICA.
PRU ES E.Tt KIDINLLY LOW.
BODY BRUSSELS
AND
EXTRA SUPER INGRAINS.
BROKEN LOTS, SINGLE PIECES, AND PATrWWB
.VE SHALL NOT DUPLICATE To CLOsE OUT' (JUICE
LY REGARDLESS O.' COST. 6-FKA.MF. BODY BRU*.
SELS, THIS SEASON'S STYLE, FROM 75*. PCB
YARD. BEST EXTRA SUPER INGRAIN FROM Ms.
PER YARD.
UPHOLSTERY,
LACE CURTAINS,
AND WINDOW ."-HADES
(A SPECIALTY.)
FURNITURE.
A LINTI OF FINE FURNITURE OP OUR _.
HOLSTERING, IN SUITS AND ODD PiEC_
-?RICES FVH BELOVV THE USUAL CU ARO:
FIRST-CLASS WORK.
BEDDING.
IN OUR ANNEX DEPARTMENT. ON 8IXTH.AVB.
WE BA Vi-: CONSTANTLY o.N HAND A PL" LL LINB
OF BEDDING. EXAMINE OUR " SHEPPARD7,
FOLDING BED,
THE LATEST NOVELTY.
mst
.
SIXTH AVE-, 13TU AND 14TH HTfA
CARPETS, Mattings, Ruga, Fancy Chaira
and Rockers. Spc* ii' t*iIces (ur odd roll! sad Kuti*
pleoee. ANDREW LESTER'S SONS. 73&-741 Broadway.
Q_Or_ TO $50 SAVED on the price of reliabla
tff a\m_P Sealskin g.innent If nurchaied thia month. C. C.
bilAYNE, manufacturer, 103 Prlnce-at., near Broadway.
TIIE BOOK OF OPEN-AIR SPORTS," octavo, Ml
I'll?"*. Illustrated. The standard authority as
American opan air auiUMirents. Ryles (or sailing, iwIb
ming, ball playing, shooting, horieback riding, eta., ste..
In full, al per copy. Published by The Tribune, Niw.
York. Entertaining and universally coin ul linen ted br tke
preta.
CAMPAIGN DOCUMENTS
BY
THE TRIBUNE.
ENTERTAINING AND UNANSWERABLE,
No. 101. " Principle* tnd "Hen ? of the Repebtt*
can party. A leaflet con raining the portraits ol Qarrteon
and Morton, and sketches of their lives; aad tia
Kepubllcan National platform. Two coplaa tor I
cent; 8_ per l.oco.
No. lOO. " Democracy Photograph**) The
Record ot a Bogus Reformer.*?A document re?
spectfully dedicated to George William Curtis. A start*
ling review of Lemocratlo appointment-, alphabet*
(cally arranged, which are shown by Democratic testi?
mony to viola o every rule of fitness and every pro?
fession of President Cleveland. A document crammed
with exact facts which every since ra advocate el
Reform ahould read and consider seriously. S eeexa
a copy, lou copies tor 81 _5; 1,000 for 87 to.
No. BB. *' Kngiand* Uni. Choice-"- Pa Crae te
from Enrllsh papers, showing to American voters thal
England warns the Democratic party to succeed, ta
as to secure Free Trade. Including " Punch's* eartooe,
representing Mr. Cleveland Introducing " 1-88 Trsds*
to ? America.' Also England's free-trade flag Alas
tho seal of the Cobdeo Club, and a list of Americas
Cabluet officers aud other Demoerate who ara asa*
hers of that club. An eutor*arning document, el
which I_0,000 copies were sold the lirst day. Pries,
2 copies for a cent; 100 copies for 60 couts; 83 pst
l,0OO copies ; 815 tor 10,000 copies.
N# Bil. containing the President's message aa
rho tarli! and Mr. Maine's powerful reply. Leaf*
form for popular distribution. Two copies tor dBi
cent; *>?? per l.ooo copies; in lots ot 10,000 ar nota
81 50 per l i.ni.
Ne. VS. " lhe -tleitMgr (rom Harli,'' or El
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75 ceirs per 1,000.
No. BIS. ** l"rwi*?llo- for Farmer* "-Wltbo*
qualification, the best document for farmers to real
in print. Published In coarse typo, making eight"*
pages of The Weekly Tiibuno. Thl* document oonteiai
the " Address ta t armers * Issued by the spacial
committee ot nine repreteotstlvea ot Agrlculius
which met lu New-York City last Jauuary to 0f*
public 11.lei.1 nie to tue demand of several huadrt-l
thousand tannera for proti-ctlou to American Bis?
cuit uro. Also ii., special reporta submitted bj tatt
member of th. coi-in ut* re. These papera are aa
el alu ir ato pru-1 leal explanation, by f ai mers. Mt MB
iieuelit of lai uni-, in lat or ot a protective tariff, aai
an appeal for cohesive ami united action. One al
the iiiu-t ii.f.'uj and interesting publications Of <"-*
fireseut year. I'rlce, single copy, a conu; MR
copies for (2; 1,000 copies for fia
Tar ttl ai !*-> HA . document showing axseBT
what aitules aie protected, aud what ones ara aaj*
_0 pagea leach pa^-e 1 by 10 incbeai, dearly \*____\
Aa elaborate sia.euient ot tho preteut duties oa trtrt
article of Imported gooda, together with aa *-*-*JJr
of iho free Lat In fuU, the quaxiilty of each art**
imported In ttfb3 aud ld?7; aod the total aaoaal *
duty collo, t,-a on each article. There ls s WM
luiroductton reciting all the urllf acta ever passe* **
Cougress, lhe object aud result of eaeh ene barn! W
plained Also, a tablo ol tho total imports, yes' *?
year, 1mm 1701 lu lob?. Thl* little -***-*>*.>***__
at-i-iirnie, was prepared with great labor aud ea
aud will bo required, continually, for _^__*__\
year, lt *ho.r, now Amonca Hags mi
,"_ .__ ...,..i.i i... tt.-a.m- labor m
dui Ing the ..
millions ail over the world tor loreign mat
pmducta, sven unaor tho present taila, am
fmpor. at lo na war* Increaaod by tha reduetlona ai
Prlee, single eoples, 18 obbu: 100 eeelae ?a
1,000 coplaa lor 878.
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