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SECOND DAY AT SARATOGA.
FjVE RACES RUN OX A SLOW AND HEAVY TRACK. gpJtOXA. RET PEL CARRURES. KALLIRHOE. RED. pINGTON AND RALBRIGGAN THE WINNERS. ggratoj?a. July 22?The attendance at the races of ,h. paratofta As?orlatlon to-day did not exceed that of Saturday. Owlni? to the hard rain of last night t?,e traek was unusually heavy, making fast time un Impossibility. A brisk breeze, however, blew ?MadOy from the West, which tended to dry the track. The card was of about the fame order as that of Saturday. In spite of the fact that the gsiwK-iiitlon .vlvertlses six races eech day. only five ?ere on the programme. The bookmakers d!d a fair hustoeea in a quiet way. In the first race the field got ?way In good form with Rosalind In the lead. Florence Colvllle second and Kllroni third. At the lower turn Rosa? lind was going strong, with Kilrona a good Mgsnd and coming rapidly to the front. At the seven-furlong post Kilrona led, with Dev? ola second. Rosalind having dropped back to fourth place. The horses came I'ncler the wire with Kilrona leading by a nose. Devela being second, three lengths in advance of Florence Colville, third. Owing to the small field in the second race, the horses got away well together. Sufficient leading and the others well bunched. At the first turn ]la!flir,g led by half a length, with Sufficient second ??id Rev del Carrerea third. This order remain. 1 unchanged until the three-quarter post had been passed, when Rey del Carreres led by a length, which place he held until the finish, winning by a lftiRih. Rrandywine secured the place under the whip, a nose In front of Sufficient. The starter had considerable trouble In getting the three-year-olds off In the third ?ace, and fifteen minutes were wasted before the field finally got ?way. with Memoir in the lead. At the turn he dropped back to fourth and at the three-quarters wu running fifth, but In the homestretch recovered anil was able to finish second. Kallirhoe got away badly- but redeemed himself nobly and won by a loath. Case secured third place under the whip. The f,-?urth race was Reddington's from the mo? ment the flag dropped. He got away first and held the ??sad to the finish, winning, hand*? down, two logt ?is before Looram. Barytone II was three hBgthi further back. In the fifth and last race the horses got away well together, with Midget? In the lead and Itel brlggan second. This order was unchanged to the ?dem? stretch, where Balbrtggan went ahead and ? won easily by two lengths. Mldgely was second, four lengths In advance of Dalgrettl. Summaries: First rue? ?fer fu y ?al OU filil?*?: four ftnrl t half fur. longsi?Kilrona. IOS ?A. Clayton), 4 to 1. won by a ros<*. Devote if, iHeaivi. 9 to *?. second; Florence Ool vl!>. K". (Knapp). *> to 1. third. Rosalind HI and .?. r.i ? . II! also ran. Tlme-0:.*?s?_. Second race (for three-year-olds; ?even furlor.g?)?Rey del ?"arreree. 112 ?Martini. 1 to 8, won by a length; Brar??!yw!r.e. 112 ?A. Clayton?. 8 to 2. ?ecend; Sufficient, 107 i.**uf""ln>. ?! to I. third, llnltlir.g also ran. Time -1 .So. Third rac- (for three-year-olds; one ml'.e and a ?l*j tter.'.hi?Kallirhoe, !?3 (Healy?. _ to 1. won by a length; U-mlr. 1?iS ?Orifflni. ?I to 1. second: Cas?. 102 ?Scott?. A to 1. third. Declara, W, Bl and B?ib Neely al?o ran. Tlm?*-l:'l**? Fourth race (for two-year-old maiden?; five furlong?)? Redd.ngtor.. ]nr, (A. Clayton). 4 to 1. won by two lenrtha? Looram. IOS ?GrlfTln?. s to 5. second; Barytone II. ios (Lamlevl. 2 to 1. third. Torresdaie. Madonna and I.a Oilllt-nn?? a!so ran. Tin?*?1:04. Fifth rv*e (f,-?r three-year-old?; on? mil?)?Halhrlg-;ar.. .04 ??riffln?, even, won by two length?. Mldgely. 107 (Mldgely), *? to 2. second; ".?algTettl. 107 ?Healy?, 6 to 1, third, time--1:47*.. OUTSIDERS WIN AT BRIGHTON ABINGDOX TAKES THE FIRST RACE. ALVARADO DEFEATS RELIGION-HAUSBAU IN FIXE FORM. Racing went back to Brighton Reach again yes? terday. Henry Stedeker occupied a prominent position In the "place of chairs." The "chair herders" charge?! S2 for the racing Information and placed the sitters to suit their own Ideas as to the men who should sit In advantageous posi? tions. There are so many Jealousies among ?he men who lay the odds that It Is difficult to believe the stories they tell about one another. It was common talk at the track yesterday that some of the layers of odds paid a bonus to secure favor? able places. The racing was of the usual Brighton Bea^h type, as the honors were equally divided between the favorites, second choice? and the outsiders. AblASrdea ?n<l Alvarado won for the pluyers at long odia. Captain T. and Connoisseur gladdened the hearts of the men who bet on the favorites. Sec? ond Attempt was a warm second choice and Mar ahall wae a heavily played third choice in the betting. One of the raeea deserves more than passing com? ment, but as It is being discussed in other quarters the public may hear more about it later In the week. Racegoers should not be surprised If the under? ground wires to the paddock and the operators at both ends of the wires are thoroughly exposed In the near future. To aay that It waa hot at the Brighten Beach track yesterday afternoon Is superfluous. W. Combustible Daly was armed wltb a fan and some emotional tips; consequently racegoers who were absent can form an Idea of the caloric zephyrs that wafted the odor of cabbage, clam?, onions and other malodorous viands that soothe the appetites of the dwellers In the sand dunes. Some of ihe horse-owners ask that the ?ntranee ' money to the ra?*en be added to the purses and ?4lvid?d between the placed horses In the .-..me pro? portion that th? purses are divided. There ate so many entries to some of the races ihat many of them are rejected. It Is likely the association will endeavor to arrange matters In a satisfactory manner, although they are in a posl'lon to say to the objecting horse-owners: "If you don't like the gam?-, don't play." The summaries FIRST RACK l'une $300. On? mil?. C. Ha?;?', ,-h. r. Ablngdon, t?v Sp?ndthrlft--Mv?otls. I ;:i. MS lb.(Welsh) 1 J. O. Follunshee'? br. f. H-rmanlta. 8. 104. .IF. Clark? 2 F T. Clark??'? i-h. e. Wat.-hman. 3. Id?.?I'enni 3 Bvmbatet-?-. Hi? o*ar. l?l_'.) ?J. Reagan); Florlnda, 117 (R?irr>, tad Cockade, loc, i-ar. ins?,) ?I>??ggeiti, also ran. Haas t.SHfi Betting-Atmgdon. 8 to 1 and 3 10 1; Herrr.anlta, 11 Is 5 ar.d 4 t? |; Watchman. C to 1 and 2 IS 1 Won by six lengths, two length? b-tween second and tliir.. nOOMB RACK?Ver two-year-olds; purse $.'.00; a-lllng. One-ha!f mil? Fant? Anua sta 1?'? ch. c. Alvarado, by Amigo? Santa Ma-.i.rpa. W, tb.(She-dy) 1 J I McCaffertl '? ch. f. Religion. 107.?R-IITi | CamU-idir? Sta?- s I, g. I>r??*u?. 102 ?i*?r. 103?. ?P'-nri) R Emotion?!. ?7 (Kee fe); Wild V.olet. !_ ?Ol. a-y?. Tul ,r. 1'*-*? ?Uttl-n-idi, i.mi-a Davis, ttr, (?lutro-u. ?n?) BetoveS, I0:, ?Picket-in?.-, ni??, ran Tlme-.0:.V) "??ttng Alvar.-,,?., IS t.. I and I to 1; Religion. 4 to 5 ?:il out; r?i?.ti?, H to 1 and 3 to 1. v*?'*! by a I.-imI a Seek festwean eecond and third. THIRD RACE Pur?? ?400; f?jr thr?f?-year-?,Id?, allow ar.-?. si?, furlong?. C J.l?tl?fl?ld. Jr.*?, br. f. Second Attempt, by Hlmyar -First Attempt, f?7 lb.(0'I.?ary) 1 H. Th-oh?:?!', ch. f. Tlivra. H7 (?ar. KCi.iR l??.gg?'i) 2 ** H. a I? || Morns? b. f. (Jutta 1'ereha. 117. iLirlerleld) 3 M?-Ke.-. 1HT trar in?,, (H?iff): OoMeS Gale. 103 (Si.?.ly). ?na ciuur.. ... :.7 (ear, 1??2> ?K. ?Murk), al?o ran. _ Tlme-l.l7>2 ??U<r.g?Serr.nd Attempt, 7 t?. 2 and even; Thyra, 10 ?? 1 and 4 to 1; Uutta I'ercha. I? Is M and out. Won by four ?er.g'h?; a n?*?k tK*lw.<?n tec ?nd and third. ?*|>'*RTH RACE I'urs- MO; selling. One mile. W_C Italy> rh. h. (ar.taln T. by Wanderer nio. U m, 1?,7 n.. .?Keefel 1 Uiarie? Huag-a br. h. Now or Never, _ge<l. tBA. . ? ?Wel?li? 2 *. H * I). II Morris*? b. c. The Pwaln. 8. 104.?l'eiin? 3 ?_, Time -1 .4.','? o??tlng?Captain T.. 7 lo 111 and out; Now-or Never. ? to 1 and oui; The Swain. 11 to A. Won by a length and ? half; three length? between **fon? and third. |[IFTH RAr-K pur?? tWO. ?p-*<*lal weights. One mile. C. IJtt|en?Id. Jr.*? ch. c. ('??nnolsseur by Blr Modred? **>l?lanne. 3 yr, ,|0 n>.il,ltil?neld) 1 J"*M'Jti H'abl?-, ch. c. Milwaukee. 3. HO...(E. Mlll.-n 2 **? Clilly a Co.*? b. c. 81. Vlni-ent. 3. 110.(Hheed*,) 3 mir .?V_l,by- no ,F Claikl: I.?dy Mc?ann. KV> (car. ?"? (Helft), and l.itile Silver, 110 lO'I^ery). alivi ran. IV?., ? Time?1:4?. .rj'"e-f<?iii'il?eur, 1 to 3 and out; Milwaukee. 26 to ?"?4 8 to 1? St. Vincent. 18 to l end 3 to 1. ?on by a length and a half; a length between second ?*? ?Mrd. *0*TU HAcr.-r\iT*e $300; ??Hing. One and one-?l? ?*??t.th mile? a *?**?*r*".Jt>- h. Marshall, by Voltlgeur-Zomeetx?, yf Pa. 112 ft.T..IH. rv,??!!) 1 Bu ??"*?ln??'s br. r. Linie Mat'. 4. 106... .(Penn) 2 Chu' ?rl?***'* br- ?? Hazelton. a. 00.(Bheedy) 3 UtnS*01* (O'l-eeryi; Jilt. 104 Welch), and Certainty. " ?otgeit), also ran. 4* to 6: Little Matt. 6 to 2 id 6 to 2. length? between second ani- %. Tlme-1;80H. ?at* ?^"?,*^^h?1,? * ?" ' ?ni 1 to 6; Little Matt. 6 to 2 T,u>5? Haielton. 7 to 1 and 5 to 2. "*? b? half ? length; eight *??? third * OHTON BEACH ENTRIEB FOR TO-DAT, *e*e-Flv? furlonga. .tlOl 8alonlra .108 .110 Fatality .106 .110 Lady Adama .IOS .1(JA I Mabel Glenn .108 atto*? eliable arpets. Carpet buying never more in your favor. Tempting price?. COWFERTKWAIT'a. 104 Weat 14th St ARE YOU DEAF? DON'T YOU WANT TO HEAR! T?"* AIRtPHO?R will help you If you do. * It I? a recent ?clentlfl- Invention to ?eslat the hearing of ?nv one not ROR.X deaf. . When In the ear It I? invlalhlr, and doe? not cause the ?lightest dUcomfort. It la to the ear what slaeee? are to the eye. an ear spec? tacle. ?*an be tested at the office fi*>? of charge. THE AURAPHONE CO., 718 Metropolitan Bldg. (Madison Square). N. T. S-?-on?I Race-Handicap: five furlong?. Reau Meal .122 Tomako ._..S3 IntermlKslon .110 : Cassette .? Volley . l?h Tremargo .So Fascination . H Palvarlne.00 Third Rare?One mile and a sixteenth: selling. .tack the .lew.102 Huck Knight .SO Milwaukee .102 Jllson .OS raijo.mi Fourth Ra?*e? For maidens; five furlong?. Heel Tup II.10S Fred K ._..IOS F. Train .IOS Article .1??5 Feterman .IOS Ilulcle Ijirondle .IOS Ronaparte .10H Vollev .106 Casileton .10S l_rran!a.106 Falmerst'in .101 Top T.ipsy .106 Yankee Poodle .IOS Fifth Race-Handicap; one mile Hugh Fenny .120' Redskin.10*1 Our .lack .Ill I'aladln .102 Aurellan .IOS Sir Dlxon. Jr.10| Cr'.mwell .106 ' Factotum .100 Sixth Race-One mile; selling. Harr?? Alomo .104 I Dalv.? ?_ 00 Hammle .104 I Utile Tom ._ 00 Lochlnvar .102 ! Corn Cob . 00 THE BMBOVTM AT OAKLLET. Cincinnati, July 22.?Notwithstanding that this was an off day at Oakley, the attendance was rood. The feature of the day was the finish between Maid Marian and Eghart In the mile handicap, the former winning by a nose. Summaries: Fir?t race ?four and one-half furlongs)?HIprogrlff, inn (Cassini. C> to l, won; Vlgar?. 100 (S'ewcom). 16 to 1. sec? ond: Albert S.. 100 (R. It*.mi, 100 to 1, third. Time? 0:66*. Second race ?seven furlonss? - Mrs. Morgan. It ("Walker), 7 to 1, won; Miss Ferkln?, M (Verplanck). 10 to 1, sec? ond; Sister lone, lot iNewcir.) 16 to 1. third. Time? 1:_*V Third rare (five furl??ngsi- Misa Rose. 100 ?Newcom). 8 to 1, won; Palsv Holander 100 ?Thorpe). I to 1. second; Cherub, 106 ?Bergen). 7 lo 2. third. Tim?*- 1:02V Fourth race ihandl?ap ?me mile? -Mal?l Marian. 10? 13. Gardner). 0 t" 2. w??n Kgbart, 114 ?It. William?), 0 to 2, second; Free Advice. 10?) il'erklnsi. S to 6, third. Time - 1:40V Fifth race (mile and a half) -Rasper. PS ?Perkln?), 3 to 1. w??n; I*ear?odv. OH ?Walker). 4 t?? .'?, second. Favorite, M (Clay), S to 1, third. Time -2..V.4. Sixth race iseven furlong?? Fi?-ar?x?n, 103 (Walker). 7 to 1. won; Candor. 107 (Chum). 2?? to 1. ??rond; Pretender. 103 (Hergen). 16 to 1. third. Time-1:29V A JOCKEY PINED t'-OO AT ST. I/Ol'IS. St. I.ouis, July 22.?At the Fair Grounds to-day the track was slow and attendance small. In the fourth race run, which was the llfth on the pro ?rame, there was s Ion? delay, and Thornton on tevenue was fined $.-*. for disobedience. Summar? ies: Fl-'t r? e ?three.ousrter? of a mile?- Mother of pearl. 104 (C Slaughter), 10 to I. won: Jim Head. lOrt iMcOlone), ? :?? : second; Billy P.. 100 (Garner), IS to 1. third, lim -1:15. Ser nd rac? (five-eighth? of a ml'ei--Honey. 106 <Me C?,ir?. 4 to 1, won; lln.adslde. iai (F, I!ii??ell?. .1 to 1. aaeoadi Fr?tate, mft (Flak), o is l. third. Ttaii tOBAy. Third race (one BUM?Salvador, 10-.' (Tnbervtlla), 5 to 1. won; Saille Woodfora. HM (Shaffer), I lo I, ??< r!, Come to Stav, l?i?l (F. Ruaaell), in to 1, (hlrd. Time -1:44V I" ?ir*h race ideciared ?ff and the fifth race ?*ih?tltu*ed; or.e n.lle)- Pmbesco, 102 iTurner). *l't la 1. w n. Her? enue. Ill iTh.nt? ni. 7 le I, second; Tient,m, M (Oar? n-r?. even, third. Time -1:42\ Ktf:h race (?Ixth ?,n the programme, tut substituid for the fifth; six and ?.r.e-half fur?,,r.it?i Riles, 101 ?Tut>er vllle). even, won: liar r,. lui IF Ri???el!l. 10 lo I. second; Hen I.??m?,nd. US iF. I'am. 4 t ? 1. th:rd. Tim? -1:21. LONQWOOD TENNIS TOURNAMENT. MANY CRACKS AMONO nVKR FIFTY KNTRIK. -- Tin: PIMT DAT1 II.AY I.ongwoo-1. Mass . July 22 Upada!).?T_S I/ongwood tennis tournament opened here this morning with an entry list of over fifty players, including R. D, Wrean, champion of the I'ntted Stntes. who make? his first appearance this season for tniirnarn'tit play; C. R. Hudlong. of ProtrMeoce; Frederick N. Hovey, champion of the I'nlted Slate? in ?1?>>j:?!?-*?. Richard Stevens, of Hoboken. N. J : .Isme? Terry, of Yale; Alfred Codman. of Harvtrd; .1. F Var-t. of New-York. nn?l a score of local crack? from all over New-England. XX. A. Lamed, who has Just won the Seahrlght championship. Is the hoMer of the I.ongwon?! challenge cup, and he is experte?! later In the week ?o defend his title to It against the winner of the tournament. The day's play mas marked by some excellent tennis, particularly that between F. H Hovey and C, XV. I.ee, who has recently won the Massa?'h>i setts State championship. Hovey pla>e?l a ftronir same at the net, and was particularly no???! in his placing, winning by a score of 4 ?*?, I '.'. I ?. ti-?1 Terry ha?l a close match with W. !. Jen? nings, of Hoston. five ?eta being necessary to de?-!de the contest in his favor. The ??-ore. Men's ?Ingles ?rr-llmlnaiy HIIHUll W I Kit? r,-at tt. D, Dealer I 2. I ?'?. 7 6. f, 4. C R Rudlong i-?? E K. MeEnoe hv default; O. W. !?ee beat A W laikson. ?. .1. ?V ii. I-, 4. .1 II l,e? beat 'in? ll-n' n. ? ??. ."? I ?d faul'ed), I. D Jones beat O F. Kam?. ? 2. ft 2. ? 2. .1 II Chase l?e?t I?; I ?av. rt 4. <*>::.? 2. Jam-? Terry heat A < Walworth, ft--A. (V ?. ? 2. W. I_ Jennlng? heat W. OOfdoa 1'arker by default; J. F Sml'h he?t Clinton Hunter, ft- 2, ft 3. 4 ft. S-0; Herbert K?-??l-r h-at K I. Parker, ft ft. ft I, ft 4. W. K Shaw b-a* A I Wllllston. ft ?t. *? ?. ft 3; W M Sen,'?1er I'M S F W!?-. ft--2. ft 2. ft 1 . .1 F Fare? heal Etfwsrd Steven?, I h. 0 7. a-I. ?*harle? M Hoi.h l-nt A K FoOtt t,v d? fault: M R. Whitman ?-at II S Ewer, ft I, ft I. ?'? I; <_. S. K-ve? be?t Iliratl?, Btgetow, ? I, ft- |, ft o, w. tt 1-itnam. Jr. t-at W A J,,nes. ft ?.. 4 ft. 3 ft. '. I. 0?4; C,e?-irge Ware beat A .1. Welling!,,n. 7 6. ft <?. ?I i First round--It. I?. Wrenn teat ?. F Mai I 111. ? " ?_/> ?_-i- ft. I,. Keed beat I H lien-I. ft 4. h ?i. 10 12. 0-3- F H Hovev l.??t <; W I,ee. 4 ?. ft-2, (V 3. ?V <?. J. I?. .Inn?? beat .1. H l.e- f, 2, ft .1. ? 4; Wal'er Raft beih beat H. E. Roeelei by default, .lame? Terry beat J H Chase, i ft. ?> -t. 1 ft. ? 4. ?1 4, ?1 I K??-? ??eat W K Putnam. Jr. ?-2. ft 3. ft 4. ?*. R. Hudl.ng beat W. S. Fits, 7 .'.. ft 4. ft 1; f.e.irg? War? !,-ii William Starkprle, Jr. S 0, ft-2. 0?1: J. I?. Par-t beat W. M. S< udder. 1-?. 6-2. 6-7. (V-4. ft :i THR SEABRIGHT TOURNAMENT ENDED. MII.I.KTT AM? IIOP.ART WIN THRU HETI FUllM lIiAVI.ANU .?.NU f-< ?( iTI Srabrlght. N. J.. July 22 iRpecial). - The last mat<**i In the leabrlfttl tennis tournament was ilne|,]e?l yesterday afternoon. Millet! and Hobatl redeecaed their error of last Saturday when Ibej allewed an almost won match to be taken from tli'-m i.y H..w land and Foote. The contest, wli|,-h had b?-?-n Stopped '?>' ?larkneis at the end of the fourth game of th?- fifth set. wr.s played over from th<* begin? ning, the old score being caticell.il. The New York team won three s.*ts out of four, though they did not play as well as on Sat unlay. Howlan I and Foote wer.? both b?*low par, Koote being especially erratic, smashing easy balls away over the lines, and strliilnii at balls 'which were SVMeatlj? going uut of court. Their team work, usually good, was Inferior, and they cosched each other poorly. Millet! male some marvellous ?hols, but Holwrt Old the greater par! Of the Work. Hohait'S ser? vice was notably careb as. Things looked well for Foote and Howland at th? start. T!i?-y s? on.-d the ilrst set. 6-3, and closed up a big gap in the second, running up from I 0 to 6 .',. but Hobart ami Mlllett w. ? not to be scared this time, and after some <le?pi-r?it? fighting, they save?! th?* set, 8-6. The last game was remarkuhle for the grit ahown on both ?Id?-?. Ilobart and M1I lef: were within a point of ?M ?'-'?"?, four times b?-. fore they i-oultl score It. The failure of their rush discouraged Howland and Foole, and their play gradually f?-ll off, though they made <?<-c<isl?inal desperate spurts. The N?*w York playera k?*pt up their steady work, and though Koote and Hoarlaad (rl?-?l to win by bingltig eviry. thing at Mlllett. they succeeded only In making him t>l_> better, The thlnl an?! fourth sets went to Hobart and Mlllett. ft 3. and tin- prizes were theirs. The summary: ?.ten'?, l???ut,I.?? (final roumli- Stephen c. Mlllett and <"l?ren?-e lloharl. N. V. T, ?'. he.,1 A. K. Fi-.t.? nn.i ,i. riowtaud, Tale, 3 ft. s ?I. ft A, n .>. YAI.E FIELD KOK THE ("AMKRIDGE TEAM. New Haven, July 22 (Special). -Knight It. Wa?le, of Ihe Yale track athletic tea-n, one of the com? mittee appointed to mnke arrangements for the English team, came to this city to-day. He said that he had been delegated to prepare the Yale Held for the reception of the Englishmen. Mr. Wade went at once to the field, and began the con? struction for the new grass course for the 120-yard hurdle race, according to the English atyle of run? ning hurdlea. Thla Is the principal change to he ma?Te for the accommodation of tne visitors. Mr. Wade said that the famous English nthlete, Oakley, woul'l have charge of the Cambridge team. Thla Is looked upon as peculiar In America, as Oakley la an Oxford man. A LOXGD1BTAHCR HELIOGRAPH TALK. Portland, Ore., July 22.?The moat aureessful long? distance heliograph conversation of which there la any record took place yesterday between Mount Hood and Portland Heights, a distance of seventy or eighty miles. The conversation laated one and a half hours, and waa a perfect succeas. HELD UP AX ELECTRIC STREBT CAR. Wichita, Kan., July 22.?An electric atreet car was held up by a lone highwayman In South Maln-at. yesterday afternoon. There was only one paasenger tn the car. He waa robbed of 170 In money end the conductor waa made to five up hla gold watch and some small change. The robber ran through an alley and escaped, while fifty people atood and looked at him. but were afraid to Interfere. IN THE CYCLING WORLD. THE L. A. W. MAT JOIN ISSUE WITH THE RAILROADS. CHIRP CONST*-. roTTER ASSERTS THAT mi~TCI.ES ARE BACOAOB-WHAT nT.Fr.HKK PRIAI. BATS ABOPT THE GonPMAN DISQPALIF1PA TTON-H. O. FRITZ'S I.OSO) RIDE. One good effect of the alliance formed between the League of American Wheelmen and the Hoard of Trade will be felt ?hortly. Now that the two cycling organizations ar? In thorough accord, many things may be accomplished, one of the flr.?t to be tried will be an effort to come to snn"* underatandlng with the railroad companies re? garding the conveying of wheels. QrcUStB have found fault with the manner In which their wheels were carried by the different roads, but they have nevrr had any retires?; !n fact, many railway official? tell cyclists that their wheels are a nuisance and intimations ar?- thrown out thnt their patronage Is not deslrcl. Why a bicycle 1? not rate?! a? bast-age by th?- d'ftWont railroad com? panies Is obvdoiiH. but the chances ?re that before the present agitation Is over the bagirage ?mashers will take better care of wheel?. "What constitute? baggage may be a question for a Jury before we get through." ?aid <"hlef <*on ?ul Potter yesterday. "I have been looking tip the matter very carefully of late and the Issue be? tween the railroad and cyclist has got to come. I am preparing a brief and as far a? I can see the railroads can be compelled to carry wheels as baggage, and to check them the same as they do trunks and valises. Albert M off. of .Maryland, who Is chairman of the Transportation Commit? tee of the L. A. W., ha? done good work In this direction. I look to ?ee the question taken up In thl? State and decided and 1 think It will be bef? IS long. "In ?one cases cyclist? are compelled to pay for carrying their wheels and ?Ign release? at the ?ame time. The law on the matter In thl? State Is that so much Is charged per passage and IM poumla of ba?---r)ge. If anybody Is charged In ex? cess, the company Is liable to a forfeit of *.?, and I will wager that the companies have forfeited In this Ptay, but not paid, fully $1&0,000 In the last two months. "When my brief la prepared I will submit It to the presidents of the !.. A. W. and the Hoard of Trade. A bicycle Is personal property, and the ?ame rulos which govern a satchel or trunk shouM apply to the wheel." F. P. Priai, who acted as referee at the race meet of th? Hlversl'le Wheelmen at Manhattan Field on IstSTdSjr, is much put out at the criti? cism to which he has been sutije?ted because he disqualified ?loo.lman In the five-mile ruce. Mr. Priai received a letter yesterday from K V ??nod man, the father of young Qoodtnin, whi.-h li>- pro? poses to nnswer In person "Till? r?f. reeine ra?es Is a thankless task." ??Id Mr. Priai yesterday, "ano, ni? matter bow conscl entious an?? painstaking a ref.r. e may be, he can? not ?uit everybody. We had twenty-tare? eonti?sts on Saturday, and yet th>- last ra?-e wa? over at 6:<V> p. m. "I said to H. i" Voorhes and F. Neag.e that there must be no jiace.ni.ikliiK In Ibe last half .?f the five-mile? r;>? <? Keafle paced Ooodmas to th?- back? ?tret?!?, where it looked a? :f Qoodman would win. Smith anl Imwson were -los.- behind, when "pop" (?ranger ?art? 1 mil <>f the ter.t a: d '?? k Up tie pacing. He was ?>ut ?>f the r.i ??-. and he had no right on th.- tract* smith wa? er job ad and fouled He ha?] a good Cfcan? ? t t win before that, an I I promptly disqualified Qoodman and gave th?- rare to Smith, with Dawaon second. I snail protest Neasl? to Chairman CHdeon Buch practice? should t?e ?topp??i at once? f"r th. y bava so place ::. l.onest ?port." H. '*. Fritr.. of ?Battery A. lot ArtlUery, i start on a |.?ng trip ..n a bicycle at 1 p in Fritr. will carry message?, from Qeneral Nelson V Miles ??> 'he nrt?,. er? In command at Fort? S*i< n ?lati. near Chicago; Leavenworth, Kansas; Itiley, Kansas. S'lol,rara. Nebraska and Snelltns, '? ?ota. "I shall ride a tsrenty-flve-pound whee;," ?al?l Fritr yesterday, "and I exneel to mike mv trip, which cover? about ta ?I miles, In one month an?! twenty days With food ??-ather ami roa?!?. I bel r? thai I ,.m r-? h Chicago Is thirteen ?lay? I shall parry a blanket and tent and a haversack mtalnlng a hai I* ?' undei tlotb Ing Theee will wr'.irli about e!ght?-et. p lundfl " Kri'7 baa ?Joined the l. A w? and he ,-arrie? a letter of Introduction fr?.n? I n Potter ?? I??-.?! consul? of the L. A Wf. wh-m h?- n.t :i?. ? ? ? bis tour. _ Much dissatisfaction was expressed lasl week over the fact that the River? le Whe.;n,et, al Man? hattan Field, and Ibe National ?*>.-le an I Athletic <-|ub, at Manhattan Rea h, ?ere in conflit*! on Saturday last with their respective ri'-e meet? I'vcllng enthu?la?ts wl'.l be please?l to le.tn, ? , negt Saturday at Manhattan Reaeb they aril] be enab'..-.!. for th? pr'.e of on? admit ?ee the race meet? of both h<- National i lth'.etlc Club ?1,1 'He Ulverside Wheelmen, a? the Riversides h tve concluded thai tlsfa ra. ??? at Manhattai ? ? ? than on the old ?r??k ?t Manhattan "held tn lareeireni ?.??? ?? yesterday afternoon ?????,, \tr n? a, of th? Rlveraldea, and Mr ll.c?. of 'he National Cyc'.t and Athletic Club, bj Which Ihs Rlver?lde? tr?n? fer th.-lr gntues to Man'.if m Reach, a?, I hold the ?ame in conjunction s:'h the j r .fe.-iion.?; race? giv.-n by the Nation.,; Cycle .?t> l Athletic club Tii?' i'las? A raies, whi, h will be tn charae Of ?he Riverside Wheelmen, will be a? follows On? ?cratch, tv. ..-ne handicap and half mile handicap Ttie usual c:a?s A prises will be riven, which w?l be up tO the full limit allowed It the letOB ie Of Auierl.ali Wheelmen rule? T'ie pr ?fesslonn, will '-on?',st of a half-mile ??-raten ?n heat?, beel two in three; nrie-?ni> handicap, five-mile handicap at, 1 a on<--m!le conao ition, fo* which Ihe prize-? nffer'-d are $?*? for ibe first three I I ? ?. and V? tat tt... laal ra?*e. IN'iKlNlTI CRICKBTBM AT l'llIl.*?l>i*l.l,IIIA Philadelphia. July '-- ?Special) The New-York Ineognltl Crteltat Club opened a we.-k'? aerlea <>" matches !?? re to-day, bavins a? their first opi the Wayne Country ?lut?. Th-y made n most re? spetable showing, but ihe |. ai playero a'-,? III well, and th?- g?me I? BOW "t a m ist lin??? Uni point it will be ended to mymw when the visitor? will r.-.-uiii'- their Innlni-?. having four wickets In han?! and lacklnf fottv-twu runs of their OppOl total. Th.- ?.ore: WAYM* ' 'OfNTIlY ?I.t-Il. INV-CKIMTI A B. Mifflln. I? I'll'l'?r ITIF. It Hunier, c and h C II Il..tv??n. ? llur- ! Il.ll . S ,,,,, ,, i. lui.i.v. ID It .1 I'.mhv. I. Hall. . I? Hall, i, I'nnl.v. ?'<-*. )' II ui-lli? At. ? Haw bralihwaue, - C, Mol lev b Havll. 7? ? m i, I'aniiv. n'?' H Lambkin, i .?. out. IB 11 '?' Hunier '? '' Mr J T Morgan, c Hattl-v. ?an I. 1'i.nby. ?I bllall. ft r Ki'iiinger i. L.nit "A riunn e Mlfflla. b Hall '? A Poo? c t\ K Mor I' Morgan na .,?t . a g?n. b Daaby. 111>*? ? I. Pitcher, n?a out.. ii r Hiivtiey, ?? ?Sana, Rstra? i?; Ii M?,r?.,n. a P. H. I'af ?ere? .ii. Jr.. ?!?.! Mill . 27; t* IT Mlfflln. e ?'. V. M .ii?an. I? ? l'irin. B W O MeWaSe, o C K. Morir?n. U li'Din. 0 K-traa . 17 T?.l?l .IfMl Total .14t THK MA.IKSTH"."* <'!'!''K I'TI ill.-. I iKFKATKD. At Central Park yesterday afternoon the <-ri?ket er? from the Ft? .?m -tup Msjostte BWt the New Y.irk?. ?lolng to the ?rtcket III.??, Ibe M.-itlors rom Piled a eredltSble total in their usual slupaliape ?tyle, T. Murphy baiting In g.,.?l f,,rui. The N?-w TorkS mirpanseil tio-lr total i,y Tt run?, with two Wickels to upar?-. .1 lt.?.?,.; und H. ^;rIle.st platliu: with confidence iig.tin-?t Die MaJ?atlc*fl bowlers, J ?liant sad B. Uswaon, 'i he following i? the n?or.-. MAJTaaTlC. l HmVW Y??itK I?r f)'l/?u-[)iliii. b I'rnest. 1 , K. A Hinlth. b l?aw?..n.. 0 T- Murpht, c ?' lliiintnoiiil j A. H. Ilrnesl. c and I? i. Hi.uo-t'i .is Dawaon . 2\ W \\ itlliialiani. run ,.,U ?? J Mr Net. In , in,,I I, 11,, ? . II 1111,1m. I. ,l.,ne?. I?, ?.m.a W, 11. Alf.ir.l. b Humt-WS 0 \S Mammon,I, run ,,ul .. I ?r. rarer, I. M<-.S'eviii_ BIJ. J..n-?. a Ubba, Mirant lu H T..I.I ? iiiin-uws, i? \v. Barrows, i> Uewaoa... I K.rn.?t . 2 , J. I(..??. n.,t ,,ut .T? 3 ?Jrant. 8 ami I? Km??.?. 01C Hanmnm.l. ,? ?Irani, b K. Haw?.m. I, ,l,,n<-?. I Dawaon .0 J Maculan. ? Smith I? A. Hun-reav-i?, I? Told ... 7 Jones . H II. lollln?. n?t out , , I } Sutn.n, n,,i out. 7 , A Hafloek, did n-,t bal.. <) Rye? . I live? . .1 ,\. kill? . i |. ,-??,.,. ?_ Wille? . ;i .Total.H| T???iil ....?.?_7? THE PRIZE BABY OF By the C?TIC?RA REMEDIES ECZEMA Our baby was badly afflicted with Enema. Her bead, arm?, neck, and limb? were raw and blee?l ine when we concluded to try Citi-tsa Rsmkuiks. We beaan with CurHUSA (ointment) anil CuTI ctraA Soap, and after the frst application wa enttld aee a change. After we had used thetn one week aomeof the ?ores had healed entirely, and ceaaed to spread. In leas than a month, she was free from scale? and blemiibea.and to-day ha? ?* lovely ?kin as any child. Aha ?ras shown at the Grange Fair, and took a premium aa the prettiest baby. Ma. ?ft Mas. PARK, leo? Sellavlew A??_ Kan City. B*-?r?o m**n. Tona? Ban tan Casa. Ceas?. Bwua. CAUTION. Paragraph? have recently appeared In some Newspaper? here ?tatlng that a New-Y.irk tlrm of mineral water deal? er? are the lessee? m America of the Hunyadl Waters of Ruda Peat, and respectively aol? agents In the United State? for the famous Hunyadl Springs of Hungary. These statements are abioUittty false, and the Intention with which they are made Is obvious. Refere any Hunyadl Water was practically known in the fnlte,! states, The Apellinarle Company. Limited, of Lon? don, widely and successfully Introduced th? Hunyadl Janos Water, th? Proprietor In Ruda Pest of the Springs having entrusted to them, for a term of years still unexplre?!. the ?ole sale of this water In England and In all transmarine rlaces. Hunyadl .lanos Water having become very popu? lar, quite a number of other Waters are now off-red for sale, under names, of which the word Hunyadl forms part, and In bottle?, ?nd with labels, closely resembling In appearance and color those long used for Hunyadl Janos Water. Th? word "Hunyadl" having become a generic name for Hungarian Ritter Waters, good, bad or indifferent, The Apellinarla Company affixed to the bottles of Hunyadl Janos. the Hungarian Ritter Water of ?vti.oS they have still the sole sale, a ?mall Telliw I,abe| With their RH I'lamond. th? object of thla Trade Mark being only to Indicate to the Public that the bottle so labelled is sold by The Apolllnarls Company, Limited. Consumer?, who desire to secure the Hungsrlan Ritter Water ?old by The Apolllnarls Company, are requested to see that the bottle bears the Red Diamond, and they ?re cautioned against such absolutely fal?e statements a? tho.?e contradicted herein. CHARI.FS ORAKF A CO.. 82 Heaver Street, New-York. Sole Agents In the t'nlted States and Canada of Th? Apolllnarls Company, Limited. l,ondon. LOST TO CINCINNATI. THE OIANTS BEATEN, 12 TO 9. IN YE.STER DAY'S GAME. THKRE WIM SOMF. RAT) ERRORS ON ROTH BIDKS, RITT THE CONTKST WAS INTER KSTINC* IirSIF. HIT HARD. C.AMES YESTERDAY. cin,lnn-?tl 12 New-Y..rk I? Brooklyn 0. Chicago .1. Baltimore 12. Ptttabsrg 0 Cleveland x. Wa?hington a ?nr?t gamo. H it?*? It. SI. I-.ul? 2. I'ltlst.urg 1). Unltlmore S * Phlla.lelphla IR, Iy?ul?vll|e 8. Isseead gamsi. ! ciiii.nn.itl. .Inly ?2.?To-day's game was Intensely exciting, despite the srrOTS made on both sMea Huale ha?l little speed and was hit hard. Rhine? relieved Foreman In the f.mrth Inning, and New Y.?rk eoald ii"t hit him. Threatening ?readier kept the attendance down to IMS. Tin- score: KKW Y.'IIK CINCINNATI ?i, i ii, p.. ? - ah r lb no a ? Murphy. If... T. 0 1 2 0 n 11 ?lllday. If . ? 4 .1 ? 0 0 Tlernan rf.. .1 I ?? R ?? " Latham. Jb.. f? 1 3 2 I 0 Van llli'n. ?f .', I 1 2 ?? ?? McPhee. 21?.. .'? I --' 2 I 0 l?a*.l? Mb ...14 3 i 4 ii Swing, It? .. I I 111 1 n lb ... 4 1 I t A A Mlll-r. rf- 2 I) <? 'I ') 1 rt.fford. ?*?? ?"? ?? 1 1 2 I Oray. ??. > 0 2 o S 1 4 I I :. 1 I Patrott. d... i 0 0 I il | !tu?l?. I? . . 4 (I 1 1 1 I Wighn. I.,,, I I I I I I "tiller, ?? . . 4 1 1 1 4 ?> F-reman, p . 2 O ?) O ?) O Chin-?, p_ 2 2 1 1 :i i? T? ta!? ... .V. !) AtT It I Hogfrtetrer, ttBA A ?? ?? ?) | T??t_l? .42 12 if? M i: ft N?w T rk . ?> It 1 1 2 O 2 0 (V- 0 ?in it.n.ti . .1 ?) I? 2 ?? 2 ?> ft 0?12 Larn-d run? New York ?'?. Cincinnati 7. te?ft on i... . .-? Tort !?, ClnetniM.ll la Klr?t I.. i*?*is ? ht r,i?tn?ri :, rr Rhine? I. oA Ru?le :i It? Bl l!i!P-? 2. '? it-Lit 2 Three hate hi II lllday. T*? ?a n H 11 fis 2. McP'.-e, K*a . h,r Stafford, Latham 1 Da??, Orei *?..???::??? hit Miller Stolen !????? Using l?iile. Tt-rn?n. I>?\1?. Ii ,i|- | ,iv? l*o>l** ?nd Wilson : Ithtne?, I'.wing and \'??ir'.n Psseed bell? Vssgbn I. I mplre? Email? and ? ? l ?.i> 1 ira? 9 '.'?'? BROOKLYN wins IN CHICAGO. TMEDWA1 WtatV? TliK BALL < >'? Lit MOOT KIKI.I? rmca ?h! ag.?. Julv 22 The ChVagos plivM a listless ram? in ?lay and were easily beaten by Hrooklyn. Hutchison waa taken out ?if the ho? in the fifth Inning, giving wav to Thornton. Tr?-?lw?iy's home , er right fu?'! fen??* was th?* boa! feature of Hi?* ?lay. atteadaaee, IMA The .?.-ore: CHIOA00 BROOKLYN. ?>, r It, p-> a e ah r It. p>? a I ? - ?? at. . ft 1 2 2 1 i rtrtffln, rf.... ?1 2 .1 7 I 0 - If . ft I 2 I (' o Hhlndle. lb . 4 o 2 o .1 I l*rge f 4 '? 1 4 " I thoeh. If ?I I I II I ii. 4 1 1 II o 1 LaChanre, lh 4 I 11? " ?? I ?ati'.-n. ?? .'? " 1 0 I 0 Ts? Iway, if 4 I 'J i> 9 ?i ? f I ?I 0 I 0 O (' r,f.r,in IS. S I 1 S 4 I ? .1.. 4 'i o .1 4 1 !?>.!> tb ? I .1 I .1 i? _- . 2 ii ii : h ?> ?iilm. . . . 4 1 " I <? i? ? - c - n o | n o Lu ? i i? . I - e " . o ;, I II ? H 2 <> , | 0 0 0 I '?' .?-tais . .37 S1SSTIS I t lala ... .i: ?'? 1ST M i , ? . || IIMMI-I n . ? i 0 I i I ?' i i ? ir?. I Brooklyn i T\rt\ )??? hr er . .. . , ] ||| |(t y-I 1 l-f: DO h??-? Chl-l.-- '" ; y si i,.- on bslls "ff Hoirbison - ?ft ton .1 Struck nul H*. Hut?-hl?on I i\ Thornton 2 Home n". Tredwaj Two-bee? hu? l??i? 2. Sinn,11-. Stolen l?,<? i*or-oran F .r* play? tiahlen, Stewart and ?naos 2 Hli By Lu 'i .'? WM ptteb h .? I! ,:: ham. Time 2 10 TWO OAMEfl IN PITT-B?RO. BALTIMORI AM? TH*. HOUR TRAM BACH TOOK "M' !*ltt?burg. duly B Bsper shut the I'ltt-hurge out In the first gnme srttbout a run. an.l only gave them five hits, Plttsburg ?-oulil do nothing v?ith him, and <>f the five hits Smith got three. Raw? i.v rratre *....*. to Wright after ti?e game aas leat. In -he secODd game l*ltt?!?urg ?e?-ur?*<l a l-.i I Of nine rwti? In the first f.iur Hillings, knocking Hen mlng ?>ut <?f the box. I ????plie this. Ilaltlmore ma.le i voaderfal r.illy In the latter half of tin? game. i- I .ilniost siii-?-ee?]e?l in tlelng Ihe ?i-ore In th.* ninth Kelley an?l Hro.lle ha?l a wordy battle in the oulllel?! In the early part of the gam?? Sfl i.? who shiiul?! have taki-ti .?ertnln files, an?l their wrangling really <?<>?! Hal limon? the gam?-. H??t!i men "SUlhsd" long en,nigh t.? allow IWO IWO-bag ?.-ri nil?! two nins lo score. I in pi re Keofe be? came 111 In the third Inning, and a lo.al man ofll ?l.'it.*,l. He hml a i?iiiiib<-r of ?-lose ?lei-lslons an?! ?lid his work well, but Imth shies found mii<-h f.mlt Ii.iinivaii mud.- a remarkable running eat? h .,!* a low- fly. retiring the Udo v?lth ttie bases full. At lendaaea, KB8. The georag: rllisT i;?MK piti?burg.g ??????? a-g l:-:-uii',r? .I I? (? 2 0 " ? ? ? 12 BaseMts? Pllislurg .'. Ilaltlm ?re 111 Brean Plttsburg g. H.iltliiu.re 2 lliitt-rle? Ra?rt?y, U'right ?ii,I M-rrllt; Kaper sad KoMaaua ITmgtr? tteeto. BB00MD <:amk l'l'l?l.iirg ._..4 4 0 I 0 0 O O x A Haltloser? .o a g a 4 g S 1 I?g H?iseld!? Pitts!.iirg 14. I'.iiltlttK.re || Uriurs Plitsliurg 2. Hslllmora .1 Hatt-rie? Oargner ?nd Sugden. Hem inliig. l'huit s-m and Chirk Umpire? Keefe end C, |-?.\?.i? TliK MKDRDB, r.ui.s. Wim.Loot Prit Ciaba WoaIast.Pr.st cieveisnd ?47 ?T. r.'.?". Brooklyn ... M xi f.42 Baltlmor? _41 '.-s ,Bg41 Chicago .41 11 AM l'iti-i.uig .. .4:1 :ti :?>?i N?? York _:i7 si .f.21 Boeion . .'?1 Bt 914 Washington . .4 4?i ..?T.'. ?inliiiimi ...42 32 ..".tu*? ; SI l.?.ul? .Xt 4U ,SM Phlladilplilu :',*? .",_ .',4.1 l-.utKVtlle .14 .'.7 . Util ??AMKS TO-DAY. Cincinnati v?. New-Tsfh. ai cln.lnn.ill. ?lu.-?go 1?. Brooklyn, ?t > hi.agu. Ht. I. m? v? Ilimti.n. al St. Louis. I-,ni?? III- vs. Philadelphia, si I.?xiltsvlile. ?|ev-l.?i?.,| \? Washing!..11. at ?'lev eliin.l. Plttsburg v? Balllaore, ?t pitiaimig. (?amc.s IM OTHXR ciTlKa. Cleveland. .Inly 22 . tocktlale w.i? wild lo-dny an.l gave develan,I many cosily ha?-? ?,n h.ill? \V.i?hlng tnn hit the I,?11 hard, hut the Mta wen* ?.-altere,|. whll? In two Inning? Ihe h?.m- rluli hunched Us hits. It waa an uninteresting eintest. Allen?1?ii<-e. 1.IHI0. The sc.re: ??leveian?! .0 I 0 o 2 0 3 I I s wssatagtoa .| g 2 ? 0 g 1 g 1 g llaaehlt? Cleveland 10. Washington IS. Krr?.r? i'ler laml 2. Wa?hlngi?.n I Hntierle? ?"uppv, Yiaing und Zimmer, W.xk.lale and Mcilulr.?. Cinpire Murray Kl. I...UI?. July M - Th- Basons till llreltenaleln st Ihelr will to-day. Nlchels pii.-he.i ? sieady game. At ten.lance. I.don, The s?-??re; St. I?ul?..1 000 1000 0-2 '*"?*">*> .(I 4 ? 2 0 ? i I x 13 llaaehlts?Si. l,ouls 7, llosion 11. Krr.?rs-St Louis T. H.iiterl-? lli-ii...|?trin and MlIVr. Nlchol? and ??unxel. l'mtilre?Oalvln. I^ulsvllle. July 22 Phllad-Iphia euihaited ami out fielded l^iulsvllle lo-day, and, lielng assisted by numer? ous costly error?, srored a run fur every basehti. Mc liermott waa taken out of (he tx?x after the rlrat Inning for wild pitching. McCreery did heller worti, but was poorly supported. Attendance. MB The ?core: Louisville .0 i? 2 o ii 0 4 n o il Phl.adelphla ..*, i o 2 2 2 ft 1 0 II Haaehli? I?ul?vllle 10. Philadelphia IS. Errnra-Loula vllle 7, Philadelphia 4 Batterlea-McHermoit and Mc? Creery; Warner and Zaher. Taylor, llrady and elementa. Umpire? Jevne and McDonald. At Syracuse-Syracuse, 4. Heran?,in, 1' At Rochester-Wllkeebaire, B; lio. heater. 2. At Buffalo? Provldenc?, T; Buffalo, a. ?_ At Toroato-SprlnglUld, I, Toroate. 4. ?'?'?* TOO MUCH HUMIDITY. GREAT DISCOMFORT CAUSED BY THE SWELTERING WEATHER. YESTERDAY A REPHOT DAT COMPARED WITH JVL.** 22 A TEAR AOO-PR08 PE<~**S KOR TO-DAY. New-Yorkers are being reminded again of the habit of warm weather to come, like big fires, contagious diseases and sulr-ldes. In waves. It was so comparatively cool In the city during the greater part of July that some person? may have forgotten about the "scorcher" which was here la the last days of May and the first days of June. A warm wave, the most severe of the sea? son so far, on that occasion spread over the At? lantic States. Now there Is another warm wave. Which was felt severely on Sunday and made most people feel unhappy yesterday. The forecast for to-day is slightly cooler and fair. The thunderstorm of Sunday night had only a temporary cooling effect. As the sun rose yester? day morning the mercury in the thermometer? began to travel up the tub??, and before noon the suffering from the heat was the main topic of conversation in the city. Even the Interest In the yacht race did not prevent men from asking all their acquaintances they chanced to meet if the weather was hot en?.ugh for them and how they were standing it. Everywhere In the city men were seen mopping their heated brows and keeping in the ?hade as much as possible. After the drouth of Sunday there was a brisk run on all places where beer and summer drinks are sold. Although the temperature was not as high as on Sunday, th.- suffering was greater on account of the excessive humidity. There was a breeze in the city ?luring the entire day. hut It seemed to have no effect to make the weatlu-r less sul? try. At times. In fact, tne wind was hot that It felt as if it had come from a desert. I'p In the Weather Bureau the temperature had risen Co ?2 degrees at n????n, sad it Btood at 87 digrees at 3 p. m. At 4 p. m. It reached ?S9 degrees, the maxi? mum temperature. While there was much suffering on account of the heat an?l the humidity, ??nly a few persons were affe.-teil so BSHotlSly IS to he prostrated, nnd no fatal cases of sunstroke ha?l been re? port ..'1 late In the day Officially It was much moler than was really the fact, for th.- thermometers ..?> th.* pavements registered s.versl dsgrcca mora than the one aloft. The greatest humidity was In evidence at I ?lock In the evening, sad was S3 degrees, which "Is 1 d-grees hUher than that of the prevk>Ufl day A? e ?mpared with July 22 of last year, yest.-rday was a blazing furnace, for the re i?.!?? for that ?lay show a maximum ol only ii?; degrees, while the average humidity was 87 degrees. At I o'clock last night the thermometer registered N degreea, sad it was slowly going down. FREAKS OK l.IOHTNINO IX NEW-JERSEY. NARROW aaCAPB IMC'M I'KATIt OF A FAMILY at Harrison Mr?, ?tahea GMlbert, who. with her hashsad. and Mrs Michael Walsh sad her infant child, who were vie'tln-? the ''?H?? rtB, ha?l ,? n.irrow escape from death by lightning .Sunday night, wa? In a serious condition at her home In Harrison. N. J., yesterday, hut the attendlnt- physician ?ays he think? ?lie Brill recover. She I* badly burned about Hi-- lio'lv an.l llmtiH. and Is su"f.'rln< terribly from ?hock. Mr?. Wal?h. ?rhooe foot I? badly b?irne?l an.l vt),o l? also Buffering from flho ! . BTSB sMb to be r.-mov.-il to h.r horn?- In Hr?-m?-ti-st., Newark, y-s tardsy. That say one of the four persons who were In the ??llhert apartments when the lirhtnlng en? ure?! I? llvlnt- to t?-ll the tale i? almost miraculous. Mrs lillb.-rt at the time was lytne on her back on .-? lounge, her husband sat near the foot of the loti:i?--> sad Mrs Walsh with her Infant child In her arm?, ?.?t bsstdo It. Th.-y were talking of the severity of the thunder and the vlvidne?? of the llf-htnlnn which danced almost Incessantly In the ?ky. when ?udilenly there wa? a ?-lap of thunder louder than any that pre . led It, followed laataatty by a bolt of itsht nlnn which ?-ame through the house sad ?eemed t?-? s. at 1er all through the room In which they were gathered. Simultaneous wlih the appearance of th.- llKhtnlna Ollbert fell heavily to the floor and the two women ?creamed. Gilbert, who had only been ?hoiked, was quickly upon his feet, an.l found that his wife'? clothing wa? burning. He hastened to smother the flame?, j but b.f.tre he had succeeded she had been terribly i burned. Mr? Walab meanwhile had recovers?! . from the sbo. k she bal recatead, and although her left shoo had been torn to shreds and her foot badly burn-! she turned In to ?-are for Mrs. ("11 lnrt until the doctor arrived. A severe electrical storm ;,?t.?se<i over Hacken? : sack bate Sunday niKht Considerable ?lamage was ?lone. The tower of ihe Episcopal Church was I ?trii'-k by lightning, :?,?ruiR off B number of ???ai.? The -?t.-epi?- ,,' the Reformed ?'hun-h was ni?,? ?truck .?t?'i several ornaments knocked off a 1 ??: iilimmn? to .lohn Lusher, of Montvale, nan ' ?tru?-k by lightning aril burned to the ?ground. A roa srai killed ana .? stack of hay was consumad ir, the Rames Durlnic the severe electrical storm Sunday night the building which w?u occupied by I?. D. Hoff ?n.iii. at s??uth Bound Itrook. N. J., as a grocery Store and In which was th.? pofltofllce, was ?truck l?v listening ar?l burned. ?'onflld? rabie mal. mat t.-r tt i - Intro) id. rnKK oVENS DROWNED OT'T. HOVHBB YteitAitM AM' Ml 'II DAStAOR DOM_ TO iT.'M'S IM TIIK I'uNNKl.l.SVII.I.)-' HKC'ION. Connellsvllle. 1'enn , July 2? - The heaviest rain within the BBOmoty ol the ??lest Inhabitant visited tbi.? place tills evening. The street? w?-re Hooded. Seal to the Tougblogheny River here and in New Haven over IM hsuaes ar.? Hooded. Thousand? of eke ovona wets droen ?? i oui by the torrent of erster? and at many mines extra pumps ha?l to be put to w.irk In order to keep the irorfclngs from being Hooded At Bradford, two mllea west of here, ?everal houaea were washed ?way. Two bridges on the Mount Pleaaanl branch were swept aw,y an i traille i- blocked. The damage to crops i.? .? i.-11. A FARMHAND KILLED BT I.KIIITNING. Dorlag the storm ??f Hatuiday sight Rohan Thy? lor, a farmhand, at Chappaqua, while standing under an apple-tree, eras struck by lightning and Inatantl) killed. The bod] "f the nun was not found until .Sunday, ft ii.-n it ttas discovered at th bottom of an embankment. The clothing on the body was eomstetlj burned oil and the body bllatered and discolored Hla ehoee were siso burned off. Th.? wat.-h ill Tat loi?: jio.-ket sioppcl at T?a, so that it Is evident th it he wa? killed at that hour. The bod] mas hurled yesterday ?it ? 'happequa. A IINBBAR KHI rit IN BEWARE. .lohn Mct-iiiiney. thlrty??lghl rears old, of No. :, i 'loier-.-t . N'.-tvark. was kill?.I by electricity 1 _t ? r evening al Bruce Bt. and Thirteenth's***., Newark. Mcillbney was a lln.-m it) In tin- employ of the ) Newark El.-ctrl?- l.lirht and I'nwer Company, and. , with others, was repairing v?ir?-.s running from the | point named t?> No. :t tiook and Ladder la Itruoe-st. While handling ? dangling wire u came j In contait with a live sire and he was fatally sill?, lied. OIL EXPORTS XYII.t. NOT ?IB AFFECTED. A representative of the Btsndsrd <?il Company ?aid yesterday thai no adrices had boss received by th?' company eoefira?Bg lbs BtatlBMBI contained in a dispatch from St. Peterstturg that a treaty had been esadudad bot wees Qreeca atui itussia, which turned .?ver to Raaata t h.- monopoly of import in? petroleum Into l?reece. ?B als.? Bald BB was In? clined to doubt the accuracy of th?- report. "it is probable." ?ai?i he, "that tin- whole qseettoa I? merely one not of treatise but of cheapness. Castalia For Infante and Chlldrea. Casioria WBBMBtm INgat-M?? ?ai c.ore?me? Flatulency, Constipation, Sons Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Porsrishaaas. Thus the child is ?rendered health y and itg glcop natturaL Castorla contains OB Morphine or other narcotic pi upar tj. ? Caet/wt* taro well adapted to children thai I reenmmen- il as ?ui-erlor to any praaertpttoa known to me." H. A. Aacnsa, M. D.. Ill 8outh Oxford St., llrooklrn, W.T. From personal knowledge and obaerratlon I can say that Castorla is an excellent medicina for children, acting as a laxative and relieving the pent up bowels and general system rerr much. Many mothers have told me of Its a? celieat effect upon their children." Da. O. C Osoooo, Lowell, Mesa Tor sereral ?rears I hare rrcomtnendeA 'Castorla,' and snail Always continue to do sa at it has Invariably i?ro?luce<l beneficial results.* Eowts F I _ri>__, M.D.. 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York Cttjr, '"The ure of ' Castorla ' Is so universal sad Itg merits so well known that It seems a work off supererogation to endor?e It. Few are the Intelligent famille? who do not keep Castorla wltf_c u*_y reach." Carlos SUsttti, D.D., New York Clt?f. fig* You Can't TQf Intake too much or^t f H IRES't vRootbeer) 0 It quenches vour thiist X ? that's the best of it. T a Improves your health S g That's the rest of it ? LA neest psitt??* m?*-? 5 ??'.loo. Sold mttf X ????a, a..|i-?i,i7>'.'1li?l'k?,.r..Hlrnl?., nu?. X STANDARD AS GOTS. FOR EVERY MAN. ONLY $1. W? H? PARKER, M. D., I n?.ie?. nm, THE MOST K?IXK.NT SI'KIUMST IS AMERICA. *C?tabll?hed In IW) Chief cnnsaltlna physician, of the Penbody Medical Institute, to when vra? saraegsd the void medal by the *?'etloaal Medical Association for the I'RIZH ES8AT on Exhausted Vltnllty. Atrophy. Nerroa? and Physical ?elilltty, and all Diseases and Weak? iie?? of man. ff\ t I n?O the young, the raid? die ? ?ged and vURCO old. C'oniullatlon la perron or by letter. Prospectus, with testimonial?. POPP I?rge bonk. The Selene? of Life? s IfCEir or. Self-Preaervatton, the prise ???ay. 370 pp., 125 Invaluable pre??-rtptlom for ?cut? aag caronlo dlseaae?. full flit, only 11.00, doubl? waled. Sick Headache Positively lured Of these? little Pilla. They also relieve Distreea from Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. AI perfect ?erredy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, BaJ Taste in the Mouth. Ooata? Tongue. Pain In the Bide? TORPID LIVER. They reg* ulate the Bowelo. CAItTBR MEDICIXB CO., H. t CARTERS ITTLE I VER PILLS. FRECKLES moth. tan. liver ?pot?, all illn olnrailna? of the ?kin treated hy regular phyal J<iHS H. 20 fears' ?xperlen 127 West 42d-?t , X. Y Russia !? close at hand, and ?he has. poor ?grada but .-heap oil*.,, which (ireece may want to Import For the last few years America has furnlsh<td_the hulk of the petroleum cowst'ied by Greece, what? ever <ireece may <lo, th?' petroleum export trad? of this country will fully equal that of last year. BOCSD ASD ROBBED IB BIS OW!f BOOSM St. touts, July 22.?Morris Lederer, a butcher, living at No. 3.03?, Easton-ave.. was brutally ae gaulted and robbed at hla home at S o'clock thla morning by an unknown white man and a ?ool or?><l man. who secure.l V?**) in money and $800 ltt bonds and escapM. t.e.lerer was found at A o'clock In a dased and speechless condition, with his heads bound and sewral severe wounda on the head. ___?________________. THE WEATHER REPORT. HIOHKU I'BgggllBB IX I.AKK REOION. Washington. July 22 -Th?* premure ha? risen In the lake regions, fallen In the Northwest, and changed but little la ottier districts. Th?* tem-iernture I? 1 ?ver In the lake rs> ftema, remain? ?lightly lieluw the normal throughout the Wi-rt. and eeaUase? nearly ?tatlonary in other district?. Stmwer? l.av- anWISd M the Atlantic c?_?t from Mary** laad BOMhwaid. and are general throughout th? South. Light rain lu.? SSM f.ill* n In the Utttat MI??ourl Valley. ghOVMfS will ?vnttnue in ?Southern district?. IJght ?hov? er? might BoaatMy occur in the Middle Slat?*?, and fah" meatmat is indicated for other iii?trict?. MS decided ? i ana? in lemperator? la indicated, but a slight fall Is probable In tbe MMJle ?tale?. MCTAILSD . OKKl'AST POR TO PAT. p,?r 9hm Waglss'l. OAf, ? ?stall? wind?. gar Baaters Mew-Tor*, fair; ?'.igtuiy ssafeg in ?outh?na i> ,rti,?n. ?reaMrty wind?. Bat Baateta Beaasjrhraala, Htnt-Aammf and Detawasa getierallv fnlr; ??sMl1| VtBda Fat the Mstrtel of COIsiatfa, Maryland. Virginia and West Virgin.?, gen* r illy fair. Mitt, change In temperature?. itetaHy win?!?. POT Kofth ??ii.illriii iir.il S niih Car,,lina, generally falri e.utii.-r?y atada |.*,?. Western Panaayleaala, fair: co.ii.-r in ??luthern por,. ti'in: aenhriy ?rtadr, Por *A*?atern K?rw V.irk and Ohl... fair; northerly winds, fftlBPW- fiOCAti OB^IRTATTOlfB Horn? J-orm.ig. .Mjihl. 1 | | 4 .*. 6 7 S D H 12 1 3 A 4 5 C 7 8 ?. 1011 L ? ', ....'i '"'--i ' "j:.i?'*.-j'r:'T?.-i'-g t'-?Fm :'?-? u?jpt '---r?-; i j I-MI-:. "? -""Hhi*?-.: *r ^r "??"' Vifft-r lr ?FTT T", I*'-' ^*mL Bar. 29.5 In (hi? ?liugrnm a rontinucu? ?hile line ?how? th? ?hange? in grsssvra a? ir..li.-?ie4 l.y The Tribun?'? ?elf? ie ,,riiiig barometer. The totted Une represent? th? t?oa? peiature re?*or.led ut Parry*? I'harmacy. Tribiiin* OtAl -. -Tulv _n. I ii. in The weather yesterday ?ta? >i|>|?r. ??l\?-!y ?mm. The t^mpe:ature range?! between 711 and s? gsgregS, the ?v.?rage inl?,i being ', lower than M Siimtny an.l I."?1? Iilgh-r thm ?in the corre ?pond I n( ABB ia?t year, Th?> w.-ather t?-?1ay I? likely to be f?lr and ?lightly cooler. FULLER Every Time You Eat n loaf of baker's bread, you eat per? spiration and germs. You do the same if your own cook makes the bread. There is only one bread fit to put in vour stomach, and that is the AERATED BREAD. No yeast is used; no dirty hands touch the dough. No one breathes in it. It is the scientific process of mak? ing pure and healthy bread. 'S NEW AERATED BREAD CO., ? -?ver, w i m x 449 and 451 W. 53d St. ' ?racer lolls I*