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It Ison extremely rare occasions that all the turf
writers ot this city criticize the in-and-out running of
any particular ha.rse In such a scathingly bitter man?
ner as that In which the form of Richard Croker's filly
Flin was criticised yesterday, if Michael v. Dwyer
and Richard ("piker read the racing columns of yes
lerday's papers they certainly could not have en
Joyed the biting sarcasm and the cutting references
In regard to the recent performances of Kltrt. It is
extremely unfortunate that such In-and-out running
rt.-:-.' 1 o.-cur at this time, when the very existence
of ra-lng trembles in the balance of public opinion.
The turfmen who talked so flippantly of a recon
plderatlon of the anti-gambling amendment to the
Constitution are aware by this time that the Con
StitUtlenal Convention yesterday by an overwhelm?
ing vote readopted every one of the proposed amend?
ments, Including ihe antl-gambllng one. It now re?
mains for the Convention to decide as to the ad?
visability of submitting the propose'l amendments
P. the vote of the people as a whole or separately.
Suppose that the Constitutional Convention should
adopie the practice nf racing officials of working a
"cinch" for all lt ts worth by adopting the amend?
ments to the ('.institution without submitting them
to the people at all for their approval through the
ballot hex. The Constitutional Convention can do
so If the members so desire without violating any
law. The leading lawyers of both political parties
agree on the question. Suppose that the racing
stewards had the decision In their power, does any?
body think that the amendment would be submitted
to the people? There are many turfmen who firmly
believe that the amendments will be defeated by the
pipular vote, but they will probably find In No?
vember that the followers of racing os a calling
are a mere handful when the opponents of gambling
are arousaed.
In the Kllrt case all of the turf writers criticised
both Mr. Croker and Mr. Dwyer more or less se?
verely on account of the vast change In her form
from one race to another, with only a few days
Intervening. Such unanimity le almost unprecedent
e 1, as In a majority nf cases some one of the turf
writers Ands a redeeming feature, but In the Flirt
case not a single apology was made.
Even the tips on the weather were wrong yester?
day, as the predicted cyclone and heavy rains failed
to materialize. Although the air was humid and
uncomfortable In the betting-ring, the weather at
Jerome Park was pleasant and a fair crowd assem?
bled to wit-Mas the races. There was a quarrel Itt
the padlock before the first race between a well
known trainer and a turf correspondent. A com?
plaint was made to the stewards and the trainer
was asked to report to them at his earliest con?
venience. The case ls likely to be dismissed, as
there were no blows struck, and all that ls to be
done ls to apologize to the officials cf the club, ac?
cording to the precedent established at Sheepshead
Class counts In racing, as was plainly exemplified
in the flrst and third races. Rubicon waa at the
liberal odds of 15 to 1 on In the flrst race, while
s>ime daring bosikmikers unwillingly offered to bel
$1 to $100 that Stonenell would be beaten by Punch.
A woman on a bicycle caused the enthusiasm of
the bookmakers and the crowd In the betttng-rlng
to become boisterous, as she glldeal dawn the Incline
from the road Sate tr, tha- RranaiManl. One of ihe
cashiers for a well-known ba.okmaker frantically l>.
eoughag thc woman not to let the stewards see her.
as she would surely be disqualified, while the entire
crowd gave vent to a long-drawn-out "Ah, there,
C'orrectlain' Stonenell is up the chute."
The betting on the other contests was extremely
heavy, and showed plainly that with evenly matched
fields the club wouhl Increase its receipts thousands
of 'Kallara. In the second race Little Matt at 7 to 5
was the favorite and was persistently backed by
the heavy bettors. Now or Never hal a large
public following, whs. accepted 3 to 1 against his
Chances. John ll. ?>'hlte "went down the line" on
Ix.ng Hrldge, forcing tue odds down from fi to 1
until 4 to I was the best odds in the ring The
race was a mod one, SS Galloping King and Little
Matt, with Tiny Tim In close attendance, made the
running until the turn for home was made, when
Rergen male play with l>ong Rrldge and ranged
alongside of Little Matt. Griffin, who roi,' the
latter, at once resorted to the whip Hergen als,'
began to rhle In a furious drive to the finish, and
showing his old time dash, managed to land Ixing
Hrldge a winner by a good head from Little Matt,
who beat NOW or Never a length and a half for
the place.
Setauket was the tip In the fourth race, and
nearly every plunger on the track bet on his
chances; 2 to 1 was the bes; odds In the ring at the
close of the beliing. Baronesa with Griffin !n
the saddle, was tlie second choice, and carrie) a
lot of public money. 5 to 2 belnir the best price
at the c'.ose of the betting. McIntyre waa slso
p ayed at 5 to 1 straight and 2 to 1 for the place.
The start was wretched. Gramnian and Aleppo lead?
ing the field until the stretch was reached. Mc?
Intyre, wh" ran third all the way, close 1 with the
leaders, who gave lt up without a struggle, and at
the finish )!clntyre won by near.y two lengths
fem Setauket, who closed up a lot of ground In
the stretch. Agitate was th'.rd.
Deaneej, Who w-as careful.y incased In cotton,
was made an .vlls-on favorite for the fifth ra"e,
as 10 to 7 was the closing odds In the ring Will
Elliott was warm.}' supported at ll to I against his
chances. Restraint was nibbled at by several shrewd
belton, as g'sod as lg to 1 taeltig obtain--1 against
him. Will Elliott took the lead at the fa.i of
the flag, and won all the way from Beansey, w-ho
was badly ridden hy Penn. Restraint was third.
A half-mile scramble for two-year-old BY.let
close.! the day's si*>rt. Glen Lily carrie 1 the *tbof.
money, and was the favorite at ? to t at the cl'-se
of the betting Campania, Jewel. Itelvina and the
Marigold fii.y were all weil supported In the Letting
Glen Lily led from start to finish, and wm easily
by a length and a half fra.m Le Paz. who was a*.
20 to 1 for a place In the betting. Campania was
FIRST RACK?Heavy handla-ap. Pix furlongs.
, gt ll.
J. E. McDonald's ch. e. Rubicon, hy Ray-**!
d'or- Llllv lt.. I yr*.. 12.*' rt. ? (MMgtlsy) 1 1-18 out
Oreen Hill Stable's br g. Halton. 3. 112..
'Re'?fi2 10?1 7-10
W, C. Young's Mk. c. Rina-* Hawk. 3 ll"
(car 1121,..(Taral! A 10?1
Tims 1:10*4.
Mutuals-Siralght declare.t off. pla--e $5T5; Hiallon placa
Won br Hire* parts of a length; five l?ng!hs between
sec. nd and ihlrd.
gSOOMD RACE?Selling; penallle*. One snd one-sli
l--enth miles.
J. P. Whiles br. e. Long Rrldge. hv U-nt
Taw?Mag*!.- Rum. 3 yrs., 1<?2 Ib.'Rerg-n) 1 *-l 7-5
W IS. Jennings br. c. Lillie Matt, g. I'S
tOftgla) 2 7-5 2- g
Charles H-vaK's br. h. Now or Never, .ur-'!.
lu teer. NBH)..ivnni.i g?I i 1 ;
rans. a. i>s.ir. i'..,giceti,o 40.-1 ir. i
Galloping King. 3. 112.(Taral) 0 ? 1 ll--il i
Tiny Tim. 4. U>2 oar. 103V.(E. Tri!.-! 0 30-1 fc-1 i
Mu?ual? I/anr Hrldge stml^ht gig .SO place 11 70, rn*. ]
tw.., three $:.'./.; UltU Malt place $.1 20, ,.ne, twa,, three 1
$5 25. M m "7 Never "ne, two, ihrae Irtoiv
Von by a neck; half a la-ngth b?lw? second and third I
added. Klve furlongs.
M. I" Dwyers ch. h Stonenell, bv Stone?
henge- N?|l, ;, vrs.. 122 TT..(Hoggett! 1 1-100 out
II K Vir.gut's blk. c. Punch. 2, '.ex.
OX Huggett! 2 fi0-l Out
Time? 1 IOU.
Mutuals?Nene saMd.
TV n by three lencths.
FOURTH RACE For three-year-olds, selling. One mlle.
c. Owniblua'i br, g. McIntyre, by Fem
hattan-Vii-a-vin, 107 rb.(Doggett) I 6-1 2-1 1
Il K. Vlngut's h. h. Sentauket, pu iR?iffi 2 t?1 7-10 ?
Paa-lai > Mable's b. C. Agltai.r, lld_(Ray) g ll I 2-1 1
Harness, un.(Orlffini 0 5?2 4-fi
Roland Beat, lol.<K. Trl!e*> 0 40 1 15 1
In-iulsltKas- 107 far 10fc|.tUltatl.y) 0 (tv 1 2" 1
Wa-like. I07.iHamlltoni 11 18 1 ?~1 I
Aleppo. K.7.illallar.il'. KN? 1 .ld-1
?#r?mpian. l?*.(Herg.-m ai ir, l il 1
fc'.iai.ip. 107.(I'enniO 00- 1 2fr-l |
Time- AAlKi
Mutuals ? Mrlntyr* straight $52 25. pl.ee $15 .Vi, ene.
two. three |102S; Seniauket ptaet $111.0, one. two, three
?"li"'. ARltaiT one. two. thr-ee $123.".
Wm hy a Isriirih and a half, four lengths betVeen
?*eond and ihlrd.
D'? BAt T.- Selling. The Tllsn Course.
hiL ____*?!, ?'? ?? w'? WMo??. *W
u* E>*? 1-llcla. 4 yrs.. 10* rt,.
John ?. . <E Trite. 1 U?6 7-10
Evana a ch. h. Reansey, aire,). 107
gf Wona-. ,. (Penni 2 4-6 2 5
Or,'v?rna? m.. ? ?? R'siralnl, 4. 114 (Tarah g fc 1 6 3
Strewn ?'Jo' V I'11.'Reirr.O 15-1 6-1
RonaveTaA l0'.(Herg.... 0 SO I A~l
Th U d CuZr. \U*.(H"gge' 1, 0 15 1 5-1
White win.. .n"r *? l(H..Carlen 0 IOU-1 mi
Winga, S. Hi4.(Hamley. O 100 I 4(1-1
.wa4.,''r"e;^LK1^'TI''-'^:'2,^^ pum mn on..
$.'? Vt PuZt^Zr'J*****! Vii''' $?"?*'. in*, iwo. three
?. ' , ">*? tra,,, ihrea $d 4a.
y-rrn Ot 1 length; . h?d }?,K??_ ?,?,?,, ,n<| ,Mr?
SIXTH RA.-K Kor Iwo-ye.r-,,,., BM-1 special XeOtghM.
'?n-e-half mlle
??SKtt"?*' ???
F. C l|eh 'I -a . ^ f ,?. ' l ^ ^l l ^ \ ) j X0 l ^'-l
>we|.,?7!,,r" ? ,0mr,*nia- ** <I'enn.S ?1 Jl
.iMldg-levi (I 7 1 5 2
For all kinds of headache and al!
other conditions resulting from consti?
pation, go by the book on Beecharns
Af lim
Book free, pills 25c. At drug
stores; or write to B. F. Allen Co
Wo Canal st, New York.
Janet nily. 104 .(Hamilton. 0
Marigold tlllv, 107 .iDoggottiO
Relvlna. 107 .(drlffln.O
FMinga. 107 .( Hilliard. 0
Deno 107 .i!t. Ii..KBetl)ft
Bpaldlmore, M7 .(Cartar) 0
Tim.- 0:814.
Mutuals Olen Elly straigh. HIMS, place |
two. Hire,. gStS; Ia Pal pla???? *2s IO "nt
$41 BS; Campania one. two, three $12 35.
Warn by a neck; a bsad between rn - .nal "ami
gg i
I 1
0. 1
FIRST HACK -Pot tWO >eHr-.,lds. ?(v00 added. Rive and a
half furlongs
I Connoisseur .IUI Kalula . 10fl
'V;1,'","' ".11? Romping Olrl .|0S
Ml'lg-ley .Ill Crania .101
N'ankl Pooh .Ill St. Vincent .lui
Ciilifornla .l'.l Deno . its
I Kennel .HM Hi-nurepurd . !<S
ggJDOND RACK-FV,r threa..year-"lds. $fioO added, fine
-Hlscount .115 Harrington .107
Rul.lcn .tlS
$1,000 added. One mlle and a quarter.
Rino.net .114 Realakln .110
FOURTH RACB For mares, three years dd and upward:
MOO ii'lded. Titan ccaurse, at-mt 1,400 yards.
Melba .104 F]"Mnd.\ . ps
Mull Marian .I'm. Flirt . 98
FIFTH RACE-F"r three -year-olds and upward; selling;
*."aO.? added. One mlle.
Copyright .112 l.nng Itri.lge ...
Judge Monow.107I.lv.- Oak .
J'-l'.n .107,Thurston .
Miss nixie .1041 Reynard .
. Ol
SIXTH RACK-F'ir three -year-olds and upward; t-VO
added. Tl-an curse, ala.ut 1.4"0 yardi.
Caspvrlght .HT Sha<l"W .Mt
ttiattanoo** .107 Hartford .'"?'*
Hold Dollar.un Milan .MB
gKVBNTH RACK Condltlnns the same as In the sltth.
Adelbert .114 .rodan .107
1 'arkness .ll*. Melisa .1"4
Annllage .Kui Half Mine.1"1
Old Dominion.iud
First race?Five-eighths of a mil*, selling. ElmJ.t'-'ne,
122 puindsi Millet Dolli colt, 122, McCrnim-k. 122. T p
niast. nu. Jolly .!?>*. in*; Rory O'More, nu Royalty, Ile;
Rrlght Kves. 110, .tack Batchelor, lit". Silver -yileen. 110;
Pickle. 124; Hercules, US; SkClght. IO.'!, Ju.lRe (i|e;u.,,n,
Mg; Mt.I.el A.. IM
Sen,nal rare- Five-eighths of a mlle; selling. Irene, ina
paunds; Susie R UH. Stann. P4. I'erslp.lls. '."I; Ryan, i'l.
Do Know, gt; Mr. Fans., ss, .-.ranger. HO
Thirl race-Six furl.sngs. selling. In. Chamhers. 107
pounalsi Watch '"harm. K'7; -Hlndsstan. HM. Half Rreel.
latia. Plunderer-Ump.). 113; Sprinkle, 1..5. Anna Bells, 1"'-'
Fourth race Mlle; selling. Rrusiols, 104 pounds; M"*
maare, 107. Henlopen gelding. !<!. Mani Ieee, P4, Don't
Know, 102; Um Rhett, mi; Jack Batchelor, lil; lim
goOSUB, 113.
Fifth race -Five elgh'hs of a mlle. Beelzebub, 05
pounds; Delpaaa. 90; Ray Daly, 05. Sentinel. Int,, Raby
I! . ind. Claia Helle, i'7; Tnt.ute. ?7: Plunderer (Imo I,
Ilk., /.ephnrell.s. H2, Haby I', KC. Evelyn gelding. 100.
Sixth rSM Six furlOOni selling. Hrlghl Eyes. 02
pounds; Frank. !a,*s. Don't Knarw, PS; K'-lt ii ruo. 80; Mask,
104. 81. laurence, 101.
T/fttonla, Ky., Sept. t*?Racing at Eatonla con?
tinues In a hum dram way, exciting little Interest.
First race, six furlongs -Prince T.eon, li"1!) (Perkins!,
3 io l, won; Ruth V., KO (J. Smith), 7 to 1. sec nd;
Rovai Haly, 101 (Tt'. Flynn), 3 to 1. thlr.l. Time,
Second race, selling, nine furlongs? Calhoun, W .
(E. Taylor), I to 1 won; Carmen. 106 (Cassini. 2 lol
1. seconal; Pekin, Ho (Ham). 4 to 1, third. Time,
1 itt V
Thlni race, five fur'.ongs-Phl'.omena. IOC (J. HUS),
2 to 1. won; Valkyrie, 1"9 i Marlin), 9 to 2. second;
Katie G., 105 (A. Clayton), "? to 1. third. Time, ; ,,:'?...
Fourth race, one mlle Gloriana, M (Perkins). .' to
1, won; Tensprlng, loo (A. Clayton), 7 lo 2, second;
Horo, 102 (R. Taylor). 5 to 1. thirl. Time. 1:44.
Fifth race, live nnl a half furlongs -Leonard B .
'.io (perkins), 1" to I, won; Hersle, ll* .Martini. 1
to 2. sec.md: Prime Minister, ll" (A. C.ayton). 7 lo 2.
thlni. Time. 1:09t?.
Sixth race, selling, one m!ie ? lightm-ore, liv. (Dona
hoe), 7 to 2. w,,n; O H. ("ox. !<7 (F. Taylor). 12 to
1. second; Aleth'.a Allen, !>; (perkins), 6 to 1, third.
Time, li!3.
Columbus. Ohio, Sept. 28 The fifth and last (Inv's
races were marked by nu features of spa-elal Inter?
est. The postponed 2:2" pace was the principal eon
test. Six heats were pn,-?,|. and lt was anybody's
race up to the last heat, when Bell* J. brohs ari!
wno distance.1. giving the race to Saide Gift. Th*'
third race was an exciting ene, the sixth heal being
trottea] after dark. The bookmakers did a rushing
business. Gertrude being the tarorlte. With the ex?
ception of the Karand h'-at. Hlai-k Raven won th*
threa- heats tn the faiurth race without be.ng
pushed. The summaries:
POSTPONi;:. RACE 2 20 PACE; FVBBE tl oro
Salle Olft, h. h. t.y Oin (Sander*).. .041411
Patti !'. ch. m.. l.y I Ulmus lOffulll . g 1 j 2 g 4
Hvlle T, h. m. tv It va! l'i. .t iBryan).. I 2 3 11 0 5
Mli-n c.. talk, m., liv Simmons OtrKalgt.. a ?'? 2 I I 4
Nos. If rd I.. <-h g. hi- Hick Sliter (R/vtti) .-s i, 7 I 7 ?'.
V.-.r Murphy, hr. g. hy Palmetto lOrm-ai S .1 I. 7 <l .".
R'ile J , hr. m. by Hr" k iphilltpsi.1 2 I I ? -
Tt-Me?gilgi*. 2 VAK,. 2 13'?, 2 ll 13. 2 l.t\. 2 lilt
first RACTD THRRX-TKAR-OLD TI'."T pi'itsi:. ggOB
Klea-ila n. I. f. ty Aml'iiss , Im ''Mil .ue> i.1 2 1
Ha-parto Ros, b h., l.y Piedmont (Al-eTanaler).2 1 2
Time 2 Mig, 1 .",.i,. 2 2S'v
Sldmont. h. h., hv Sidney {Sangenl.1 1
Sallie Bramston, "k r . iv Qametta Wilkes , lias's,... .2 8
Jor\-etia Strathmore |, m by Stralhnum nlarttni.. .3 2
Tiri" 1117%, 2 tWg
2 15 TROT? ii'RSF n.onn.
rierimde, rh. m. by Illyria If Da-Mel. 3 3 12 11
Peile '-assail, g m. by Willoughby
..lamls'.ni . I 1 8 3 2 2
Answer, b. g.. by Ansel (McDowell) _ 2 2 2 1 3 3
Tlme-2:14V 2:13V 2 15S. 2:17'-,. 2 1*>',. I'll.
2 a. TROT PURRE 11.000
Rlnck Haven, t'lk. h. hv Simm',ns (Jamison).... 1 1 1
.I.ia-k Pawe'.n. Mk. h.. l.v 1 ?!..?. t.,r (golan). I I 2
Prince Balaall, i.ik. g. by Princeton I Da via) .... :j 2 7
periwinkle, i, m. by Pone* I"- Leon (Puller).., 4 3 3
Colonel P.. Mk. g. by l-ignn o'liili. 5 4 4
.Thei Mark, by Auth, ..MuI .ney). 7 f. .".
('a-iali.i. bs m.. by Jay Bird (Miller) . il tl I
Hanny g., s. m by Rtradei Hamhlettnlan (Woods) 8 7 h
Time- 2 2V, 2 li'-,. 2 l!.'^.
? mt- -
A certificate of Incorporation was filed yesterday
for'the new Suburban Riding and Driving Club that
ls lo supersede the present Fleetwood Driving Cttxh.
The Incorporators are Hawrerice Kip, Fredcrl k A.
Hamilton, Samuel A. Taylor. M. II. Co*isr, KV. M
Fl.'-ss. J. G. K. I.awn-n-e, .Inm-s H. Bethinaa r ral
Joseph H. Houston The a.bja-et of th<- n?*W club
ls lo promote sociability among the members, nnd
especially to provide f.ir th<m a place Where they
muy ln'iulge In athl-etlc <-X'-n isi".,
Chicago. Sept. BL?TIM chestnut colt Ruck McCain
to-day broke away from S hoy who was leading him,
In this city, and, running directly In front of a
Burlington engine, was Instantly killed. Huck Mc?
cann won the Lat on la Derby last year, und was
valued at 110,000. He was owned by A. C. Mc?
cafferty. _
Columbus, Ohio. Kept. 28?The sulky In which Allx
was driven her great mi> yesterday wa.s the lightest
ever made, weighing only twenty-one poun-ls. This
is from eight to twelve pounds lighter than the
best of the bicycle sulhles. The sulky ls largely
m.de of aluminum, and was used far th.- Hr.*! tun"
here. _
Laondon. Kept. 28.-At Newmarket to-day the race
for the Rous Memorial Btahes of ll sovereigns each,
with Mg sovereigns added, for taro year olds, win?
ning penalties, five furlongs, was won hy Ixir-1
/.ei'.and's bay colt Senholm. J. H. Houldswoith's
bay (Illy Hazv was secon I, 'ind Daniel Cooper's bo?
or brawn Illly Mint of Money third.
The second practice game of the season of the
New-York Football Team was played at the Polo
Orounds yesterday afternoon before an interested
group of Spectator*. Th* game was between the
New-York professional players and ,the Majestic
team, and the home team won easily by the score
of 6 to 1. The New-Yorh players made a good
showing, and the condition of the men and their
suppleness showed that their two Weelu of hard
work had had a good Offset,
Th" Majestic men anticipated a victory, but they
were fairly outplay.d al ever** point by their fleet
footed opponents The Majestic nun did good team
work, and their passim: was artistic; but they
could not gain much ground Th.- New-Torb tram
Mit up B strong defence, und nothing was lacking
In agKressslveri..*... Stubbs hud two Lad falls, but
ther.- wa- little rough play, snd no mi.- w..s injured.
It wan the second defeat whlcb th.- Majestic men
have received In the country in (Ive years. Tbs
Kearny Colons won a game from them last year
after 1. close tight
lt ls the nrst sayer* t.st thai th>- New-Torn V'j\r"
has had. and thc players stood the ordeal MVjmbr.
New-York had the wind In the Ilrst half, and th
home players scored live goals to ..ne or hr Ma?
jestic H-atn. The goals were madei tog Oav? <?<'?
Connelly and Coupar. Miller shot the goa orJl
Majestic team In th '
.nd' half, with tbs wind
arihVl'r back., the MaJ.-stl.- ?????>??* \,J^'_rZ
light only one more goal being shot -that b> I.up?
ton for New-Y"rk The tram* lineal up as follows
Sgw-teek. ?*?*" .:':'i,.a?'s..n
jSfijJI*.;;:;:;;::;:: Fullback.R^?rt*,s
.; n-vln.:: .......... rullbacll .Munrtiy
c nnellj
.RlKht wine.VI". J^nea
.Centre .Miller
.IWt Wing.I. .lanes
.Left ms.ii .M. Keim.-ii
Linemen Prank currun for Kew-York anal Brook Wi!>t>
for MaJestii Referee Robert Stockton, "f Everton, Kun?
ian,!, s,.,r- New-Tork il. Majestic I.
Waltham, Mass.. Bept M. The biggest cycle record
of them all, the paced mlle with flying sturt, was
beaten by John s. Johnson, of Byrann*, this after
no.in on thc Wal thurn Cycle Park track, in the most
sensational piece of tiding of this whola sensational
year. l"ntll this sften.n the world's record was
USS tel, mads tay .1. P. BUSS at Springfield. The fast?
est mile ev,*r ridden in the world un a bicycle Iud
t"..*n 1*1, mi!.* by "Mik-" l>!rnh.*ri:.*r. of Buffalo,
bul this r-'M rd was n.'t sccepted as ofllrlal, since he
was paced by hurs-s. Hut tlie Waltham traa-k now
hulds a faster record, Johnson's time bein* IJgg-g,
Besides breahing ths worlds mil-* record, Johnson
slso brat the three-quarter-mil* record, dolnn thal
diaSUnc* in 1:23.
Johnson was pace.l by three tandan*. On the
foremost ant Saunders and Mayo, their limbs
cr.?ss.>.l and Scamed all .aver wlih fresh culs, the
result of the previous day's terrible fall. Behind
tha-m cam? th- Callahan brother*, with Johnson's
t!r>' ft foot from th-ir*. yet Ritalin* alon* without
a quiver. Johnson rub' with the smoothness snd
ease of a mun uti * pru,-t's,- spin, vet he cul
the quarter -mlle tape In 27 i.>nds. the third In
36 3-6 seconds and th.- half-mile In M seconds.
At ihls paint Murphy an.l .-?? nun on the third
tandem began lo movi away ;i1,>tir the further turn,
gradually gaining momentum, until at the instant
Johnson dropned tlie Callahan! anl sprang for
their tandem; They wer- goln* al !h,-lr full speed.
lt was magnificently done, and to this inst team
is larp.-iy alu" the a'r."li; nf Johnson's great fest,
They struck tbe two-thirds line tn lill :i :,. and
tha-n began a terrific sprint, va-t Johnson arould
nol be lost in his close Kr!p to their nar Hr- At
th- third quarter they had ouucht and beaten th.*
world's record, mabins lt In 1:21 Paster snd fast.-r
they flashed down the homestretch, and cross*]
the wir.- siai.. by side, with Johnson In IM 3."..
fuster time than mun ever traveled before by his
"wn motive p .wer. The last tandem ls composed
of New-York men, this being Bteenson'a nrst ap?
pearance here ll" is h member "f the Riverside,
New Vork. team, and, like Murphy, I* a tuan of far
blcger build an.l miucle than Johnson himself.
Ja'hns'.n will next try fa.r th? standing "-art
r.M. and will Can begin lo train fa>r the .. ng
distances. Il- ir confident 'hat he ena rid* Bv*
miles In ten minutes or under.
Pittsburg, Bepl tt. The National ra.-e meet of the
Key*;..,-... Hiv .. ,-:?), ar Chen ley Turk this after?
noon proved s an it success, fully 1,000 persons being
In attendaSnce, While ther- were no r"'"ris broken,
a>n account "f de high wind which the riders ??
o intered on Ihe backstrei h and a - *r track, the
finishes tn ni my races W're exciting.
J P. V..-.. jM'.-i !'?. Ural ll ii '. .'....per ihe flrs:
hair an! Lumsden and ci-hens th.- second half, tried
!? M-r his .sr: rn :','.'- ri rd ' 122 2-1 f >r a
mlle, flying slur. II' rn . !?? 'lie Hrs! hair In 1. . ': ',
and the mlle In 2:12 l-l A atrong wind hsi leappeg
Bliss ari', 'is pacemakers In the isl half Ar" ,r
L Hunker rode un exhibition half-mile, fl) -.?? start
v,v.b pacemshers, In l'??: As ihe track ?--. i? ? o
H-.l tba ?*? ? ? Igh, hli w rk -ams considered es
c.ient. Archie Williams, s nina -.. ,r |<| i..-. ?
city. Went a half rm.' flying Start, '. IS Hi
previous rec.,r! 1 r 'h- ? ,- '. '.X Fttl A
Tra pi ?. .. \ ? noe chum A rider of Clevi ptUsre l
everything In the isa In which he start* '. Bum
marti *
One-mile, n"\"ee i k Si r rn wot Tl ?? IJ1
Half-i le, : . ? lana. Class A I ? mk Tr..; ;.
land, ??? ? ' i n. Willi imsb ira Penn.,
? . ?, :. i; ?.- i: ? ? ? ! Time I ::
gu .r-'-r mia. "!??:.. C iss I'? K C .1 hnson won.
A. I. Brown a I. 1 . - third. Time
0 ns 1-5
One mlle, handicap; .'liss a j k Newburn,
Bellevue, Penn 'ii" irardsi, aron; otto Maya. Krie
i'? ? \,m I ?? ? . ). Patel ii. Williams.
bul '? it !?'. Il'lr I Time, 2 IX X i.
One mlle, open; Clam ll \ I Iii wu w n I. D
Cu!...;.ia- ?-' .,:.!. U .' Bangel Curl Tina-. 2:44 I .'?
'; . ,-. t' r n.Ile, open; Class A Prank Trappe aron;
A I. Banker second, Paul Kelson thlni Tim.-.
Half rn'l". handicap; Class B R C Johnson (M
yarlu uar., Tom Cooper (2S yards) .ond, I. C
Johns,'! third 'I Ime, I "', iT.',
..na- in le, i ? dal . Clasa A Prank Trappe won.
S IV. Rum-'-, ?"?'ml, Oeorge Redfern third Time,
1 "i
Half-mile, open; Claaa B A I Brown s " . Ray
M I'.inni! *? ai. I. H cabanne third Time : li
J p Bile* started In this ru ??
< >n" mlle, challenge cup A I.. Banker won. otto
Maya .nd, s \V Itamse- third. Time. Itt 14
une mlle, handicap, I'laaa lt A. ll ftnhler IM
yurivi aron, I. i>. Ca lian ne i*. mi' ia h. :. j,, r.
Johnson (70 yai lal thin! Tlma . . .
Half-mile, handicap; Clasi A Frank Trappi
yard*) won, .! K Newburn (70 yard") .second, Clyde
(jilliliby (45 \ irdai thu I Timi l tl '?
Av." mila lap rares: Claaa ll KV c. Banger, scor?
ing ll p...nt-, vai.ti. Il A Hilh'-ns, A li (biehler
and con Haber a-cored 4 polnta .-a ti. Time.
Lundsen and Cooper ."?de an exblbltlon half-mile
on a tandem, HjiiiK start, snd mada ii." distance
In IM.
Tole lo, Sept. tS- H H Wylie, the |on?-dlst,ince
bicyclist, who was Attempting to break ihe ra?? it,;
between New-York and Chicago, was compelled
!<> abandon the ride on reaching Woodville yes?
terday morning, his failure being the r.-sult nf u'
number of heavy falls in the darkness the nlghl
before. Wylie was on schedule tims al Cleveland
on Tuesday morning, and durin* tbe lasl fs,nrts-.-ri
ha.urs hud anvered i'll; miles, a remarkable run.
Ai oberlin he missed his pacemakers, and rode
part way In the a|aik. He arrive,I ?t Kr-iiiunt In
un exhausted condition, bul after a short res!
was abba t,, continue. Wylie's Hnht against the
fl.ra.a Kal.- fraani Uv Northwest, which raged for
four days, waa a remarkably pim ky endeavor.
woiiK OP the urit.Tit BOARD.
At a meeting of tbs- Hs'.iith Board yesterday after,
noon a resolution was passed, instructing the Sani?
tary Superintendent strict f to enforce Section 117
of thi- S.nili.iiy Code, which ft ld* thal "ti" sni'.ka',
cinder*, ala-*', nu*, or obnoxious or offen*lve ol as
be allowed lo escape from any building, pine, or
pi.-inisa-- to ibe detriment or annoyance of any per
son n"t feeing therein or thereupon engag-ed. The
board p'.hq approvi I a recommendation submitted
by Professor Herman Hus-, iii- paithologUt -.f th.>
department, end It. Poly, Chief Inspector <if Con?
tagious Ulaeeeet, that hereafter srhen s contagious
disease la dlacovered In a house ? panuni .announc?
ing the present.f the disease be pasted on th*
outside doors of the apartments. Th.- placard it
lo h.- differently colored for different dlaeawa **
r..,l for scarlet fever, blue far measles and srhlte
for diphtheria To*lay tli- Health Department will
take poeeeaskai of Iti new quarters In tbe n-w
Criminal Court building, In Centre-aL Since IVA
the Health Department has occupl.*d th,- Mott-st.
end ot Police Headquarters The srork ,,f trans?
ferring the records of tbe department and the para?
phernalia .af the vin,ms division* began yesterday,
H..kui",nit to-morrow buri.il permlti svl'l be Issued
st ila- nets offices if the Buivsu "f Vital Statis?
tics In the new criminal bulldUlg.
Flamen starl.d In Kind's Hot*!, Sc-..nd and Trum?
bull sts., Kiiziibethp -n. N J., at IRS ..'clock yes?
terday morning. Th* entire structure, ? larg*
boarding-house and .. tenement-house were totally
di -!r..v.-.|. The Mr.- wus started In th.- burr....rn uf
Ihe hotel by electric-ltghl wires, lt ls believed.
Claren. ?? Knut, s.m ..f th. proprietor, wus swahened
liv . ,iiok". und with difficulty arouaed the guests.
Tin .'pr...l of th" Mimes wus so rapid that the
(?nests were obliged Io liv in Hair nlxht clothes.
Robert K.rr. .m.- of Hie gue.its, hsd his fool badly
cut by t iliins glaaa. Th-' people in tbs tenement
house barely eloped arith in. lr live-. The I"-*
will reach ?'i",""'. us follows !l"t'-l owned by
"...iifii'l Krueger, "f Newark R6000; Insurance not
known; ih. hotel beeper, a kv. Kin*. Oxturea
nnd goods M.00O; 'naurance, 23,(100; tliree-st..ry teiie
ment-houae, ..uned by '"arl Schlectlger, 12.000; in-<iir
snee, $1'"" throe ston boardlng-ho'-we, owned by
Adolph Schulta MA**', Ina trance, t'-.'?"
Near'y I.0M young mea ind wonsm ftttendsd th* i
opening rsc*ptloB niven lust evening by th- v M.
C. A ai Association Hall. Poorth-ave. and Twenty
thiri-si A reception committee, .onsistinK of th.
aiider members, received tba- kui-sis and showed
them thraiiinh the sssocistion rooina The recep?
tion l**ted from '?.'in until lg o'clock, an.l was ln
f.irm.ii. the purpose helm; to Introduce Hois.' ms-m
bers wno bave "nly recently Joined ;he assodatton.
A we|l-arranK>'d musical programme was currlrd
? mt, and several of thc gymnasium classes gave ex
Bew-Yorh o. Cincinnati ?.iCIevtlaad 8, Philadelphia 6.
Pittsburg 13, Il.sst.m ll. ,
1st -rrLroiurn to the TittsnUj
Cincinnati. Sept. M -Manager Hanlon, of the Hal
t!m,are Husehall club, arrived here early this morn?
ing fr,,m Chicago, and later In the day had a con?
ference with Manager Ward, sf the New-York
club, concerning th* series of (tames for the Tem?
ple Cup An agreement was drawn up. but with
the dates le/t out. This was done to enable Mana?
ger Hanlon to present to lils players when he re?
turns to Chicago th* schedule merely as * mat
t-r nf finn, so SI ta. lat all have a voice in th*
matter As a mutter of fact, twa schedule* wen*
prepared, ona- providing that the tlrst gams should
be playe.l in .Baltimore n,'*t Thurs lay. and th'!
other thal lt Should be played In that city on Satur?
day. Th.* former will be adopted, ns Managers Han?
lon anal Wari favor lt. Twa. games will probably
b* played In Baltlmon, in'l on Saturday will come
the third jtuni'- In New-York. It hus b.'-n definitely
ab-cjaiel that there shall b* s-v.-n Raines in the
*>er|s s, nolie nf which Will be played oUt.-'.de of
New-York nnd Baltimore, in caa* "f a tie after
six i;imss have t.n played, ihe tass of a coin by
the two managers will decide in which city the
last game .shall tak,' place. The agreement 'lrawn
up to-day liv Ward uni Hanlon provide* that in
case nf min un any nf tb* 'liles yet to be decided,
tli- Kaine shall !?? played off nn the flr-at open date
and in ih*- cits in whi.-h it wus originally sched?
uled to be played For th" selection of umpires,
Managers Hanlon uni Wari will submit each io
Hie ,.ther thr*e num. - ni the .present La**g ;?? staff,
from winch ead win neted one,
Manager Ward to-day received the conditions
anl regulations lrawn up by Charles H. Byrne
and N. l-l Young, wbo wei" appointed by itu*
League last fall to tak" .sin;., "f tile silas's. They
ar.- stringent, and win prevent auch players as
Miir.m .mi Jennings, "f the Baltimore*, from
Indulging in any ..f their irnks whereby ni"ii .m
opposing teams ar" either spiked or injure.i so
badly thal they ar.' forced to get out of the game
for a time. Th" players will be subject to lines and
expulsion from a contest tin* ^.inie as In regular
championship gamea
.lust mi.' nior.- game win !"? played by the Ol?
ants, anl then Ha' championship .-".ison for ism
will bc a thing nf the pas!. They will leave here
to-morrow nigh! f"r Toledo, where they win play
on Sun.lav. The Kew-York club ls opposed to Bun?
da) gamea but as the players' contracts with the
? lull expire t" morrow tiuiht th" players an? at lib?
erty to go where they pl.-.ise. They therefore as
sum" ali expenses of going to Toledo, and Ihey hope
ta. make fr.mi KO I" <i"" ipi", e ati.,V" all expenses
bv playing a Kum.* ther.-. They will leave toledo
on Sun,Liv nhill! on a special train for New-York,
urriving home on Monda) night
To-day's game between th.* (Hants nnd the Reds
wa. ,-, .se enough lo !'?? exciting. German and
Wltrock ware the pitchers, and i-'th were lilt hard.
Davis .lt-i n.i cover third base on account "f the
Injurv he re 'elved yeaterday, but he will h.- all rlgh
In a day or two, us it la nothing serious. Murphy
t >k isis place snd the little fellow di'! some iplen
di i tb I ling an I batting. The sere was !? to I when
the Beds cam. tbe hat far ih" las! time. After
Ma-iriit had game out Massey und Hm I th K"t bases
on bulls Parr itt. who up to this time had made
a hit even time he came to the bal a home run. a
triple, a double and u sIhk!" * .s called i if in by
th.- corporal's guai I pren nt t i make another h.-me
run ini'i ii- til' score, Tli-- beal li" cull do wis to
knock a fly t" Fuller Wltrock then singled to
,??"-. .h. i Massey scored, Bmlth going to third.
M Carthy hil a sroun.ler inst to ttl" r.ci.i of second
ia,-,-, of which Wiri milli a one-handed "top, nnd
thr'w Wltrock om at *>-''>ri 1 by fully three fr el
ll '.Mis! '1" ? !???! -th. rsa M. .sn! sn Bmlth'a run
, ii ti | .a, i I ; iseiut was needed to tte the
and Hoy w..s at th- bat. ll- flb-l out to
War?!. leaving two men on baaea ('lurk la Jajwn on
tli- -ir li t' pitch to-morrow. Score:
ai. r I' p-a
MeCaiihy, rf
M ?*? v
? '
' ?
?I 1 2 " 1 " Tt.r'i.in
ah r lt. po
If- 4 t 2 4
r. 2 a i ii n
1 '-? 2 i .. y in ? .- Rb., g I * g I l
l '-' n " 0,1) 'rle, C..... fl I 2 n 2 n
" " 2 2 I '.'. ,. ! 'Jl. .... g .1 2 4 4 .'!
1 1 -J 4 2 ' "l HP n. cf 3 t 13 10
2 1 4 c. '.' !' Mei ?-_I I A 1 2 1
'.' 4 1 "? 1 "Villon, r_3 1 1 .1 " "
i> i " -' " Qerm a, p.,, Ililli
41 "ITi-'TlT I Tmala _4.1 llSgTU 3
' ni it! .'i .'2 1 I 0 '? o 2 a
New Tor* .rt ..oin a t 2 '> :>
Karn. ' runt ? '? Innail 4. New-York T. Firs! baa* by
3 S'e? V r? 2 l.?f! "n lusa". . ?'.:!
? ? ?? i' New Y"i ?? First baa* on I illa i .fr Herman
I Sim - ut - Hi Willi -'? 1 I! "ii- run Pan ll
. . ' '?? hits rnrr.'tf. I|..iTl-lay.
- sn i iee Murphy Hit by
i i'i, v.;" i. l wi'i pitch Wltrock I. L'mplre .
M y ,.. I Tl I garn. '.' I non
>? .' ?
Nm v rk
li -? -n
I lelphla
I lyn..
i.l ...
tim: records.
I. al l"ei i'i a' .
M OM Pittsburg
xt tn chi sf. .
4'i tt* ...
:,T KM .^t V rs
..??ill W
w an I/-St I" ct.
...ob ?4 r."4
..M 74 .4.11
...IS in .42')
,.6S IH .411
*>4 ..'14-a
?il ail 334 I ulai Ila .:.l, Pt
"i ra Nv-., v ii, nt . 'indnnatt.
des. anal va I ? ? '? pl la. sit Cleveland.
: Ile va. Hrasikli n, .,' U ulavUla.
? ? ? li.ii'iai ?-??. m Chicago.
gi I. . ? va IA i". Itu ? a, ..t ?' I^tile.
oamrs in cthck ernes.
Cleveland gept H Phlladetphts hit Wallace for
only one has.- after the thirl Inning t'day. Cleve,
land balled Careel hard, bul nol until the fourth
inning with eafet) Sharp fielding w.is the f.-at'ir,
of it" Kum-' "I..if--' ''r .ss, third-haja.-m.in of the
Phillies ?!.?> was lil the grandstand, captured .1
warm foul with one l.,:;l. t,, til" delight of the
crowd Attendance, 700 Scon:
Cleveland .0 0 0 r, 1 0 1 1 o--?
Philadelphia . '. " 1 n 0 0 0 J t I
Basehlts Clevelaad I. Philadelphia I Error* -
Cleveland 1. Phlladelpbl* 1 ll.itt.-rls-s Wsllaca
m.'I Slimmer; Careey and (luckily, i'mplre Stage.
PKtaburg, gept, 91 Pittsburg mad.* it a. walk?
away With tli. Hast,ms tn lay. lt looked for a
time as though tbs h.4r?l-hittltig visitors WOUld
sample Humbert's leather fur another victory, but
frum the fourth to the ninth Inning they were lin?
allie t,, ii,, anything with bim. The real attrac?
tion "f tbs game was the hurd hitting of (.'ross
and Lowe nml th" brilliant work of the outfield of
i.aiih teams. Attendance, 1,00*. Score:
Pittsburg .2 15 0 0 0 11 x-15
boston .0 0 & 2 11 0 1) 1 1-9
r.i-. hits Plttaburg 10, Boston 14 Errors?Pttte
burg 2, Boston 4 Batteries Humbert and Weaver;
Nichols und Hansel. Umpires K.-tt.s uni liaffney.
gJTOr Bl* BIF* .cv/' BRR PRISED.
Chicago, Bept > lumi'd lt. Hubbard, 0 lawyer
of Dorchester, Mass, wbo arrived In thia city yes
terday, shot his wife .and Frank Oa.raucb, a young
man srlth Whom stn- was walkin*, last night at
Kvaiisinn and Addison aves . Lakeview. N.-ltha-r
Mis Hubbanl tmr Qarsuch was seriously wounded.
Halli.ar l sra* arreated and charged arith an attempt
to commit murder. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard have
been separated f'.r some time, and Hubbard came
to Chicago to effect * reconciliation, if possit.;,' ii
wenl to the home of his wit.- 1 parents and asked
for Mrs. Hubbard. He was told that sh" was mit
walking with 11 fri.-nd. H.- was evidently Jealous,
for h" at once ina usa,1 H.-r 'af being with ? lover.
lie refused to stay in the house, hut persisted 111
going to lisik foi his wife. About half nn hour af
terward be found th.-m. and walbing dose to them
t,. maka snr.- of their identity tird with th* above
Bringa comfort and Improvement and tends
tn personal enjoyment when rightly used. The
many, who live better than other*, and enjoy
life more, with less expenditure, by more
promptly adapting the wot Id's best products to
the needs "f physical bellin, will attest the value
to health of the pure l.-juid laxative principles
embraced In the ramed/, Syrup of Figs.
lt* *sc*U*nc* ls .iii" rn its presenting in the
form most acceptable and pleasant to Hie tas-e
tb* refreshing and truly beneficial propertl** a.f
a perfect laxative; effectually '-leanslng the -sys?
tem, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers, and
permanently eui lng constipation. It has given
s*ti*f*cilon t" millions and nwt with the ap
tiiaval of the medical profession because lt acts
on the Kidneys. Liver and Bowels without Weak?
ening them, nnd lt ls perfectly free from every
objectionable substance
Sirup "f l-'Us is tot ral- hy ull druggists m 00c.
and fl bottle* bul lt is manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co eniy. whose name ls
printed on ev.ry packag.-, als.' the name, Syrup
of Figs, nnd being well Infirmed, you will not
accept say substitute if offered.
Every Drop of Water
Swallowed is immediately taken up
by the glands of the stomach and
Becomes a Drop of Blood!
If the water is impure because of the presence of vegetable or animal
matter it becomes a menace to health by introducing myriads of disease
germs. If it is pure and sparkling it enters the system laden with the
elements of health and vigor, destroys and drives out germs, which only
cause and prey upon disease. LONDONDERRY LITHIA worked
wonders away back in the days when ?* bacteria" and "bacilli**
were unknown, and it has been working them ever since, till to-day no
scientific man ever questions the evidence of the marvellous power
this water has always possessed to cure Rheumatism, Qout, Gravel,
Bright's or any Kidney disease caused by Uric Acid.
Wc publish the proof of al! we claim. Write for it.
New York Office, 76 Broad Street.
Application his been m.il- hy the receivers of the
Northern Pacific Railroad Company for authority
lo arrange f,,r the payment of the $2,000,000 receiver*
certificates, with Interest, when they mature on Mon?
day, by the l?sue of a like amount of new certitl
csite?. The old or ler under which the receivert'
certlflcatea, were lamed provided for Ji,000,0.;i0. anl
the scheme ts now to plae* in trust an security for
the new certificates the collateral now deposited <vs
MCUflty far the certificates already issued. The
Adams committee has agreed to buy the new certio?
rates to be lawed In p'ace of th-* maturing re?
ceivers' ceriIflcates. This ls oppose 1 by Hrayton
Ivrn, president of the mad. Mr. Ives nM yesterday
that the directors had cash now on hand, and In?
sisted on being allowed to buy the new o-rtlflcates.
He sa. I thsit they '-'luld not take them nader the
terms which w.-r,- granted hy ihe i'ourt In an order
laaued Thursday, 'nus modlfled order provided that
bef ire 12 o'clock to-day the president of the com?
pany s?h.anM i>,iy to the treasurer of the ra-celv-rs
c.inh eajual to th" pur anl lr.;?r-*t of tba maturing
certificates. In w!il,ih case the certificates miitht be
extended, according to furth'-r ordera ot -ha- i'ourt.
Mr Ives regarded theae terms as impracticable, and
treater?'. iy telegraphed a rt-tju-st for a further modi?
The agreement of the bondholders' committee rep?
resenting the St. L'U'.s anl San Francisco conso'.l
datod mortgage 4 per cent b-mls provides that the
committee and the handers assenting to the agre?
mein shall act In concert to enforce the security
afforded by th* COMOlldatcd mortgage, the collection
of all Interest due ar.l to be,Mme due upon the bonds,
and. If necessary, the payment of the principal of
t'.e t...nls Iie'al by the committee. The committee?
cinsl-a'ine of Francis Peabody, Jr., J. Kenn?dy Tad
and Fr, l-r'.-k W. WhltndRe?haa full power to add
t<> Its number, and to take such proceeding*, give
Such -Ilrectlons and do such other acts unaler the
consolidate.! mono*"* as lt ahall deem Judicious
In order to enforce the payment of the latent! upon
the bonda.
Aldace F. Walker, the newly appointed receiver
of the Atchlson system, said yesterday In Chicago
regarding the affairs of the company:
"I know absolutely nothing of rebate payments
except what Mr. Little has reported, Not a cent
will be paid In rebatea frhlle the road ls In the
hands of receiver*. So far I have only looke.1 Into
financial matters. Wa are only concerned In bring?
ing about the best results from operating the sys?
tem. Another pian of reorganisation will ba based
on Mr. Little's tlnal report. The plan must be
based on earnings, and, of .-ours.*, must allow for
any money paid In rebates. It will probably In
dud* all the lines in tba' aystem, alttiough there
se.'nis to be a wish for the* .separate tnaiiaireiiiei.t
.if same of the propertlM, Na> ona> can tell how
long th* -receivership will last. It alep.-n'ls on too
many un- .-rtaln quantities. No chatise in ofllcials
Ima. b*eii dlacuaaed."
The directors of the Delaware. I^ickawanra and
Western Rallroa 1 Company yesterday declared their
regu.ar mian er ly dividend of 1\ par cent, payable
October JO. The transfer booka wi:; closse on Oc?
tober 3, anal reopen on < ?ctob"r 22.
St. Louis, Sept. 28.?A meeting of railroad officers
was heM here to-day to discuss the demiTrallzed
condition of eastbounal freight rates, and, if possi?
ble, to perfect a schedule of tariff rat'-s tai the
seaboard which will remain In force for a. year.
AmonK the roaals represented were the ("hlcatfo
uni Alton, the Hli; Pour, the Wabash, the Van
dalia, the Baltimore and ohio Soutiiwestern and
the Toledo, St. Louie and Kansas t'lty. Ona re?
sult of the inseting, at least, win he the curtail*
menl of the authority of freight solicitors In mak?
ing rates.
Washington, Sept. 2*.- Th? tropical hurricane reported
HUS night near Wilmington hus mored tn a nTtheasterly
direction a few niti>>s nit .'ape If alt ora a. lilmlnleblng
markedly In Intensity. It will continue to rr. ive slowly
aortheaatarard, giving daageroua gatos on the ocean and
t'a til" ?,auth NM Ktlgl.ltl'l ''Mist.
Th* second st"nn has BMVad from Eastern South
Dakota lo Southern Nebraska. The area of high pres?
sure has moved from th" Nova Sa-atia eoast Bouthwest
araid t" tin- oast of Nest England, a second area -f
high isoaasia has remained ne.irly stationary to tlie
north a.f Ma.ntnnn. Hain has Mlaa In tlie Kiddle Atlan?
tic Slates anal the extreme Northareat The temperature
haa i iiien la th.- Northareat and 'ms remained s;ati,,nary
The weather will probably cl-ar ?n th? AtHntle Const.
Th'i" a. Ill l*e showers fnUonred liv fair Weather lo the
I."?.-r M Iss url Valley, Showers In the l'i |"-r Mississippi
Valley and tin* upi er Lake rrgl.n. and generally fair
weather Meewher* Th* temperature orttl (all in the
Middle and L'pper Mississippi Nalleys anal tba upper lake
"'?Kl"". _
t.irr.vn.Ki. forecast koii to-i>at.
Far Maine, Wfff-HanTffr^'ri and Vermont, fair; south
srinais. probably slightly wanner in the latertor,
For Maaaaebnaetta lUiodo island ead Oonneettest, s*n
?rnlly fair, except showers on the launadlato oast; high
'nit win.ls.
For Eastern New-York, fair. OSCapt showers tn the ei
renie southern pallion; high east winds, diminishing.
For Eastern Pennsylvania. New Jersey, I'''lau are. the
[>lBirlci of Columbia anl Mars lan I. showers In the early
norning. followed in the Interior lo fall, northeast wlnat?.
Ugh "ii the oast
F.ir West Virginia, Western pennsylvania. Western
S. -w V ik ural ohio, fair; .si.t to southeast wlmls.
I'ar In.lian.,. lllln,iis and I.,,war Michigan, fair, south
?iist winds.
Tntnimn local obbervationh
HOUllO aUoruing. .,, ht
lt ll I iH 8 ') ll) H I } I IM1N a/ion
cn pi ri.?).*?li EM^lJi^triTi ijthM
,;" ^-J'J^r'T^^^V^i'hse-l-^r;-:;-' '.Wa
in ihls dtagram a eontlnooua white line shows.
-lunges In pressure as Indicated by Tie Tiibunr'o
recording barometer. The broksn lin- ropraaenta the
;ierMture as observed tit Perry's Pharmacy.
s th"
' Tribune ottlce, Sepi. 2U, 1 a. m.?The West India cyclone
nude alow progress up the roast and .11.1 not affect the
.easther in New-York ?'it> markedly yesterday, aseoaa. at
a high easterly wlnatM. Ita further ppigr-BS ls likely to
ie marked hy a ciinllnuana-o of these high winds. There
srlll als. prnlaahly te- shawers In anal near New-York to
lay, Th- temperature yesteralav ranged lietween .Ul anal
'1 degrees, ih,, average ?;iil,i being 3'b higher than an
I'nursalay and lt',, higher than oa tho corrrsp<)ndlng Aay
oat ytat.
Mr. Russell Sage, the well
known New-York banker, has
bought a good many lamps of
us, and Mr. Sage is not given
to buying or recommending
articles without merit. This is
what he says of The Rochester
Parlor Heater:
New-Ynrk. Sept. 24, 18S4.
The Rochester Lamp Cn..
42 I-sirk I'la',-. New-York.
Gentlemen-I take pla-asure in saying a few words od
praise aaf your little "Rochester Parlor Heater." I hov*
two of them -ene in my house in the city, and the oth-se
in my ea.untry home gt ('."Iiirhurst, L. I. I consider lt ths
pretties*, a leanest and rn sa u?ful heater for taking tha
chili off a old roam I have ev-r seen; and for general
convenience In Ihe house ll ls unapprawhahle. My e?
perlen-e with use of ih- "Healer" has caused me to
recommend tt le others, and I am happy to My that I
have been thanked over anal over again for recommend?
ing lt. as lt was "Just whal waa wanted." I commend
lt sos a useful, ornamental and .naml.-al "Heater" that
will be sure io itv* oattof.action, Reepectfully yours,
THE HOI lll'sri'.ll LAMP CO.,
?Hi I'.irk I'lit.-o,
37 Hurolny Street,
The North American
HOD. Ws L. WILSON, I On lines of
Ei-Speaker REED, f *?*??"?
un Aitrucarny and Religion,
Ex-Sec. of Trenoury BOUTWf LL,
On Th.- Peril of the Treasury.
On Ti.e Tnuiaailantlc Hails.
On Municipal Problems of landon.
The ASS'T SEC'Y of the NAVY,
Oa IHeajrKan.atataun ?f Person nel of the Navy
oi, H,e ITtmltlve Child.
cu The 1 ;??:,.ai--aiic of Womaa.
(C. S. COSS. I '? KN ku a l T" SOTTT )
Side Ltirl.tson the Eiploitation of Egypt.
'archbishop irelano,
On Tis- Cati..?.lc Church and the Saloon.
.Ind Other Artlrlet.
No. 3 East 14th 8t., New York.
m EVERY nu. our SI.
Wi Ht PARKER) Mo Ott,] ltJ'sio'iT. Mian,
'?isUl'iiss.cl in is,;,., (hid .-un.ult tu* physician mt the
Peabody Hedi, isl Insiilule, t? wiioia was awardeai the
iiold iiM-alal 1, tim National Medli-al Association fo,'tba
FRl/.a Boaaf "u Kxhnustr.l Vitality, Atrophy, Nervana
and Physical Debility, and ail Diseases -nd Weak*
ness of Man, /"I TT"D T? C! 'he young, tho midtia
aged amt .?'./. \J U XV Ul Q ? ..nsiilutiun In person 0*
by letter. Proepectne, with testimonials
. I.ar?te hook. Thc sartenco of Ufo. or. So If.
Preeerrntlea. the prue oss-ar. 370 pp., 12J invaluable prf.
oe n nt sons fur acute and usUrouic ilucuns, fail fill, onl/ fl.Ofc
ilouble sealed.
HTHKRK are 40,000 families in and near
New York who buy the
More than 700,000 copies sold through?
out the country, each issue, in cities and
the larger towns.
Sole* bn faction._
The Aleon Collection of
WU-I. M Sa)I.l> AT
At 10 .10 A. M. ..til 3 P. M.. and continuing followtaft
aliys. at same hours.
In store, I,US ?Ii".id?i.y. oppeoMa Fifth Avenue Th eatra.
The calleen.,n ,-,.!.i|arlses the most Wainderful example.
of ihe Orient. ImludliiK the fiiinaius Kermanshal Carpet.
17 ft llaSI ft 111 alee maanlfleent Silk Rues, which
should b seen to be appreciated. Remember, this will bas
Th- saV wll be eoodMUd by Mr. Samuel Uernheta,
the well-knowe art salesman.
. FIVF.P AT THK I'FTDWN OFFI<*K. No. 1.242 Dread
Way, I'd <1.or north ol Thlity-flrst-st.; and ADVER
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lil FourtU-avo.. cor. Kfurieenth-it.; ?C? Thlrd-ave*

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