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NEWS OF BROOKLYN,
STILL OX THE ANXIOUS SEAT CANDIDATES KOK KKDERAL PLUMS WAITING AND HOPING. Kixos OQVftTY OOMaWS?MBM cheer their ,f KltrENua with wow ?a Of MR? ?n the PRESIDENT SrENATOR TI-ATT AM> SEO RETAItY HLIS.S ARE NuT ijloTP.i' DIltKCILY- ~OW THE PUATE rfAMM at ruor.vr. Congressman Denis M. Hurley returned to , Brooklyn yesterday from Washington ta) wait i until th'.- House takes action of some kind 00 I the Tariff MIL He had several Interesting thin*? to say about the Federal appointments aoon to lu- made, lut vetflured no pr ,ph-? ?es as to the probable outcome of the contest?. "I know who I am for." he said, "out I d.m'l know Mho will win." The Congressman gave a Tribune report? an Interesting talk concerning the prosont political relationship lietuwn President McKinley. Sena? tor Platt and Secretary Bliss of the Interior Department. "The President," he said, "fe. Is ?aponed to please the Senat? in making these appoint ment?, as is shown by his in?, lir.ati.n to ap? point Sharkey as Naval Officer. He hay mad many New-York appointment? of mvn who have been Platt'3 cv.cmies in the party, ar.d in 8~?7 cas?- of this kind he has Been Platt aequleoc? cordially in the nominations, and iff er no ob? jection to them after th.-y ware made Hi- has udmired ttys in the Senator, and now feds that he ah-.uld please him. if ponrthk. in making out this list of m lections. The Bcnatof lias been obliged to acqaj?ce In the appointments. to be sure. He could never oppose the Presi? dent successfully, because the President has many more friends in Washington than he has. He hai to agr?a to the President's appoint? ments or take the chance of getting into trou? ble, and he would never allow himself to take this chance. The President knows all this, but he ha8 been M ItapB??A by the Senator's de? sire to work In harmony with him nnd smooth over all differences that he is disponed to gratify any reasonable rerjur? h>- makes. "The President has great contldence in the Judgment of Secretary Plias, and will consider his opinions carefully before making any de? cision. I do not know how closely the Secre? tary's sympathies agree with the Senator's on the subject of these appointment?. Senator Platt is especially anxiou? to secure the appointment of Hoi ert A. Sharkey aa Naval Officer, in order to please Congressman Fischi r. and he is doing his hardest work to land Mr. Sharkey. He ia as bitterly opposod to'Thomas Fitchic as he Is friendly to Mr. Sharkey, and is exciting every influence to keep Mr. Fitchle off the slate. It is understood that he concedes places to Walter P.. Atterbury and Andrew Jacobs, although he does not want to ac-e them Ket the particular offices they have been looking for.' Congressman Fischer was In Brooklyn JTOBti : day. He had a long conference with Commis? sioner Willis, but dented afterward that the con? ference had anything to do with the Federal ap? pointments. No attempt ?aa made to agree upon a compromise slate. The Congressman announces witn as much confidence as ever that Andrew Jacobs will be postmaster of Brooklyn and Robert A. Sharkey Naval Officer. Among the politicians there is much talk of the b<?aring of the present struggle for the Federal offices upon the municipal campaign. Senator Platt fears that County Clerk Worth, with the entire King? County delegation behind him, can make a combination with enough New York delegates to control the city convention and nominate S?th Low. Hi? only hope of breaking Mr. Worth's solid ranks in Brooklyn is in enlisting the influence of Mr. Sharkey in the Twenty-iifth Ward and of Congressman Fischer in the Twenty-sixth Ward. Fischer and Sharkey. the Senator has been led to be? lieve, could control enough votes in the city convention to swing the convention fr??m Worth to Platt in the event of the expected light be? tween the two leaders. Sharkey and Flacher are generally considered better friends of the Senator than of the Kings County Clerk In spite of these reasons why Mr. Worth's In? fluence in local affairs might be seriously im? paired by Shark, y's appointment. the County Clerk has conaldercd it good pol?tica t>> oft'< r n > opposition to Sharkey's candidacy. This Is be? cause Sharkey might take revenge upon Worth for defeating him now by tumlna himself and his forces over bodily to Mr. Worth's oppo? nents In the county organization. Mr. Worth has been as neutral as possible in Sharkey's light, but has allowed th?? impression to go abroad that Sharkey has his good-will in his contest. The latest news direct from Washington as aigns Mr. Fttchle to the Commission? rship of Immigration, and Congressman Wilson is ?aid to be the author of the proposition. Mr. Fitchle Is said to consider the idea favorably, but he had nothing to say about it for the public yes? terday. Mr. Fitchle was mls'pi >tod yesterday when he was made to nay, in answer t<? Con? gressman Hurley's statement that Andrew Jacobs gave Mr. Fitchic his iirst chance to he a McKinley man, that Mr. Jacobs, as chairman of the Congressional convention in which Mr. Fitchle presented a McKinley resolution, inten? tionally prevented the passage of the resolu? tion. "Mr. Jacobs did not know that I Intended to present that resolution,' said Mr. Pltohie last evening "I offereil it early in the meeting, and a vote was passed to table it until th?- St. Louis delegate:? had !>fen ch .seo. Among those who opposed the resolution were Mr. Hurley, Com? missioner Willis. Tax Collector Appleton anl others, who were then hoping for ex-President Harrison's nomination, but who have ?In , posed ns original IfcKlnl? > mer.. The Convention was adjourned before T could offer thf> resolution again. It is not true that Mr. Jacobs told me that it was no time to take the action I pro? posed." Charles H. Lyon, Sup.-rlnte?.dent of Malls in the Postofflce, has written to Mr. Fitchle, ex? pressing the hope that Mr. Fltchie may be ap? pointed f.s postmaster and saying that no an* point men t could be more pleasimr to him. Mr. Lyon has been considered a candidate for the offic??. but he eavs he never desired It and never sought it. HEM PS TE. il)'?S BOl NI) A R Y LINE. THE PROPERTY VALUATION OF THE OREA7ER NEW-YORK AFFECTED L;Y A DECISION OF THE TOWN BOARD. The Hempstead Town board at a nMettaaj Mon? day evening fixed the boundary of Qreoter New York, so for as the town of Hempstee0 la con? cerned. Part cf the town Is to be Included In the greater city. The action of the Board last ?Satur? day, whoa It waa 4eeMe4 thai the boundary line should be run from the BoatlMeSten potat of the town of Flushing to where the middle of the chanritl between Rockaway Beach ?and the Islo of Wight waa at the time the election on the idea? tion of UrcaU-r New-York Waa held, was r< ?eludid. Th?- Board on Monduv dCCMted that the boundary would be determined by ih<- location of tbe inlet at the time lb? Mil was sisned and become B law Th? inlet had ?shifted HI fe-t between Ihe date of the e'eetJon and Ine dav upon which the hill was rl?ed by the Governor. The town rlectloa district? outatd? of Or? it?r New-York now number t\v?-nty-two, and Ihe town iakts In h portion of Far Rockaway. the line jun rAnv through Co?ter-?l The new aehoolbiousi of Fir Rockaway is to be Included In the great?! r.ty The title of over fifteen hundred ocres of land, valued ut over tt.WO.O?, Including the 1st? of W'lirht and valuable beach lar.d, la affected by the 'in? cision of the Town Board The new boundary ha? greatly alas sed a number of wealthy property owners of Lawrence, who, by the decision, are now Included In the town and are outside of New York. _ _ RIDDEN DEATH OF MRS. JAMES BAY. Mrs James Kay died suddenly a; her home In gea i'HJJ yesterday from heart failure. She had been 111 for a fe** days, lut her Illness was not re? garded a? ?erious until ycstciday afternoon, when ?be beceme worsa- and died. ? Mr?. Kay was only twenty-two years old. Her husband belongs to a well-known PhllaiMpkla family. She leave? a baby six months old. NEW.JERSEY NEWS. DEATH FOLLOWS FLAMES. TWO CHILDREN'S LIVES LOST IN A JER? SEY CITY BLAZE. THE FATHEU MAY BECOME 1NXANE FROM TU 81IUCK AMI Till; MOTH!"*.*'.?* ?ONtHTION ?MtlOTTS '?????81 uTHEliS INJIREI'. A fatal fire oiturred in Jersey City yesterday Basis tin Two children -???re suffocated, and their motlu-r ?vas overcome and la now delirious. Tho ! father Jumped from a window and was seriously injured, and Is brlkve-d to bo "ispslBBSlf ISSSBS, A son of the coti|ik- was burnt d. and two girls, to ; aseapa? sjfrang from a window ?niel were hurt, BSd u brave pidlciinnn was oveicome by smoke wliller ? BniWatisTlllg to raaesa tba Inmates. These art the victims: DEAD. ZllAll.V.l:, Ii'Ttl-.i, ttircc- year? olil. Was aawnSelBM? wlie a I'fs.-Uf-?] a:i?l ?ile-d u lew m?nales uiter remo-, ul tj St Francis .-. Ii? ?ghal, ?SIEiiLKlt. wtlUaia, r-ix meinths old. (ive?roi,:no by tia,,'n.o. Die?! while being ISOWV??! la tl.?- Iiusi-im'.. ? INJUKKD. Ul'NNKLL. Challas, i.iln'-m:in. Dverce.mo by ?ASakS. Ke vlveil iin.l flraa lair.*** hi nie. CAMI'llEl I.. KB)), sixtcta year? oM. .l'.i.i!| ?r?i fr ton a BSO .,->?: ?i ?ry ?ir,i,.v. RI8W !o? fi.icture,'. Kein.-.i.l t?> Si. l*i-et?. IB'? II SpltSl. CAMPBELL S.i'lii-. IhlrtCfl years ,?),1. DtOpfOS fr r.i Bacon?! ?tory ?Til '.,,?-. r.lght .rm badly Inerstcd, T,ik'?n to ai. Praacts"* il ?**ttal EIEOL.BR, :: in.s. issj years old. Badly barr.n" and -"Offering tt"**i the (-Sect* ot -tb- ;. ZIKiTLEB, VVIIUatn. thirty ?ta ftatn oM. Tara ri!,-.? f;rn-tii!.??1 .-?nJ Internally injured. TSaOSht to be insane fi. m sh i?k ZIBGLSS Mrs, William thirty tlirt? >?? .irs old. el.e: ?"iinr? by ?ml- :,n,l Bailarina tu in i!i-l;. The Mass was in a dou'.il.; four-st .ry I r.'.-k t??:.? - :*..inr. Kos. Il] and 111 Coles-st. Tec ground Ho n ? ar?- use,! aa atoras. Edward Mainzer had a bskery in Xo. l!2. T.ie avens'ars la as ?xt? radon, and it wsa there th.- fir?- Start!? !. Th?- sturrrs of the- ?r! gin of the Maraes differ. One ot the employes avers that ta?? siot in tha cslmne] beeasis Isslted and fei! la Clods, MtttSS tire to the flooring an?i tha woodwork. AnotSar explanation giv? a is that a pet of Cat boiled over and easssd the lire. One of the bakers attaaapttd to asbdne tba sa*JMS? but was forced t.i rot real by tha Intense hast The bakers -?scaped thr.mg.i the SOOT into the hall and unfortunately left it open. Th?-y ran out Into tiie- street and shostcd "1 i,*? '" Many of the ?n asataa, i resuming it was -i drsnhon :--.rei-r brawl, paid no h?-,i until they smellcd the saaoka. Thi- y.un ; i .rupled the apmnrents on the third floor ovir tho bakery. When ti.ey sera arosaad they found the smoke in the ira'.l wa." so dense- that they B*l SB trivio hark. The flames from the extension were Bating Int* thet? apartment?, and they were para? lyz, 1 with fear. Mr. /..,-.;, r .i-.-.irn.- bewildered, and suddenly dart i,l fir the iront Winde? and plur.g.d Into the street. Kn-.indsman Toppin. Policen* in Bonnet" and r'.t.z? m hurried into the building and began to lead the in? states ont through tae smeike-. When the apart? ments ?f the- Ziefclera were entered tne mother was found on the floor with ber infant in her arms and her daughter Bertha bv ber .-ide. The children w? re InsenalUe, but the meither was in s sanu-con Io condition Mis. Ztafler was assisted t?> tho street hv the poiiccni? n. She clung lightly to hi r babe. Th.- little girl. Hertha, was carried out by a citi? zen. The boy, Tournas, had in hi:, excitement es caped in his *iiightel.?t.'.es o\?r ;h>- burning" roof ?if the extension to the bakery, and w is badly i ? .rehed. The flames by tlii.- time ha?l commun! sted s/ltb the rear ot No. Hi and its halls ware quickly tilled with >n,i)k?-. Tin Campbell girls, drtven back by the- smoke ran to tha front window and Jumped to the sidewalk. A .all bad been sent for ambul-enc-s and for patrol wagon. Th,- two Btegler children wen- placed In th<- first patrol wagon whi-.*h ar? rived, anel were huiTledly driven to the hospital, but ?* was too kite to rave them. The others in? jured were rsanove?! to the hospital as ?juiekly as posilble. Mrs. Zlegler speeAily revived snd anx? iously Inquired for her children, Tha Bad inn-iii gencc of her ber av?ment was communicated by on?- of the slstirs, who at te sptsd to BOOthe the titriek'.-n mother. The- shork was te>o severe, and t-he became delirious and was in a serloui condition last evening. Mr. Zlcgb-r, who was taker, to the? hospital, showed such complete symptoms of men? tal collapse that the physicians fear ha will neit reoov-r. The- boy. Thomas Zie-uler, and the Camp be ii sisters were comfortable last evening. Mr*. Meliiiuii and her four small children. Ephra'm Budd and his two children, and Annla ?'amphe'il and her two sons. who ocoii ple-1 the npartmt-nts in No. 114, and Jam?* Sharke?*. his wife and four children, who had apartments In No. 112. escaped without Injury, hut Saved nothing of tluir effects. They are poor and were not Insured. The two buildings were de? stroyed. The damage Is estimated at IS.*??'?*'. Ziesier owned the bakery unti! a week ago. when he disposed of th'- business to Ifalnxer. Zlecier had made arrangements to open a bakery in East New-York, and eontemplated moving this week or early next week. ADDICKti'S OFFER IS COURT. ?WOCKHOLIII-K3 DECLARE THAT THEY WIM. NOT OR M l'EIt CENT OF THEI'l claims ft IT is ACCEPTED. Lawyers and creditors wee present In Vlcc Chatu-ellur Em. ry'a court at Newark yrstenlay when th?- questloa wbetber or not the- ?fter by J. Edward Addicks for the- purchaae of the plant of the ?tstes lalSnd Terra CsttS Lumber Company, of Wooelbrie'.ge, sboulel be acce-pte-el. The offer was to take' the plant, assume the mortgages, floating debt and receiver's certiorates and pay |*S*\Bj6t\ The company owes SSSAt*, of which about t5(>0,000 is due to Mr. Addleks. The tU*?MM payment waM to be divided among all the creditors, no that Mr. Addleks would get back about flve-.sixtha of the amount. Counsel for Ihe stockholders opposed the proposi? tion, it was developed that Mr. Addicks would receive by his offer the cash in bank umoiintlng to nearly $18/j?-?> and stock and material valuod at between IW0.000 and $ir.i*.iMi. Counsel for th.- stock? holders alleged that Mr. A'blb'ks was the only person who snows the exact condition of the com? pany's finances, as he had been the pr?sident It was' asserted that if the offi-r was accepted tha other creditors woubi not get i<' per cent of tha amount of the-ir elaims. Th<- vie..-?'hancellor adjourned the bearing until Friday, duly Ti. when testimony will b- tak'-n before a Master In Chancery. The VlctS->Chancellor also reejulr??l a full statement of the company's finances on that date. ANGRY WORDS FLEW FAST. TLENTY OF EXCITEMENT l'OU A "TaVW MINUTE? IN THE HCI'SijN COCNTY BOAKti l'OH THE EC-CALIi-ATION OF TAXES. There was an ?xeltlng sei-ne at the meeting of ihe Hudson County Hoard for the l-'.qualizatlon of Tax? s on Morklay evening Thomas c>. Kvans. of North Darses, appeared to file an appeal agalr.st a personal tax of 1MB, While explaining his case he suddenly turned to Assessor Hruce and ex? citedly exclaimed: "I nm a Kepul?l!e?irr, nnd becasSB I voted against you you are trying ti get sejuare!" Assessor Hru-e, addressing 1'resident Van Rflpen, said: "He is one of the worst klck.-rs in the town? ship." CoaBSttSBtoner McLean in?iulred of Mr. Evasa If he h?td any money in bank. "Not a OBBt," In- rcpli?-?), rind, again facing Bruce, said hotly: "It's only through animosity that he : is put this personal tax on me. He ge-ts back oh un? t)?eat:s?^ I am a Repsbllesn ant votni against him He - BUM IO my house and insulin] r,,v w|fy. ?? "I deny that I Insulted your wife ur any Other woman, sri i the Asaisaor. rrestdeni Van Retpen l**d"o-*med Evasa he mus* r.fraln trom personalltlf-B. "Leave yesy 'ax bills here?, and SS will .see what we CSS do for vou " taiel the president Evans handed the papers to him, and, Betowllng at AJsessor Btuc-l wem out of tha room. % s? CANCELLED STAMPS AR0?8E 8U8PICI0N. The work? of the Alkali Ch?mieal Compat.y. a frame I'Ulleiing In Centr?--sr", J.-rsey City, wei*a akltaiased by tiie lata on Monday night. The stMS is estimai? d at I1.2U0. Telegraph!.- Superintendent John Speleher, of the l'"lre- Iieparttneiit, anel Insurance Adjuster Dorr ware IsssaetJssj the Issmsd btrlMtng yesterday and w??re asrpitaud to snd tli-ou-*aitds of cam ? ll? ?i postage stamps in the plaee, done up in pack igea of one huralred or more. Th? y rej?arded this as susple-lous and Inform, d Postmaster lordan Who could not understand why cancelled atamos should be a part of the stoek of a chemical eompanj si ?i be consulted with Chief Murphy and also tho poi - ?jifflee Inspector. An Investigation is being made Postmaster Jordan said last evening lhat the- ?I streyed sUtspa may have been there- for no wroi,??. ful purjxis. JOHN W. STOUTS ESTATE. New-Urur.swUk, July 13 <8pe.?lai).-G. I^s-e Stout and Jacob Stout, executors of the e?tato of John W. Stout, a former resident of New-Urunswl k. pre BaBtei their third nccounting !n t)4c Ml?J.lIe-?.ex County Orphans' Court this morning Tiie state ment showed ? ash carried over from last account? i'.f, I ? '<e Ib'S/JOu. anel the Income since that time inOOB, making a total of $l!?l,00u. The accounting was pasht-J. Minor Athletic Competitions The Gorham Company, Silver? smiths, have a stock or small Silver Articles made to supply the demand for prizes In Minor Competitions in Sports. These goods are moderate in cost, appropriate to their purpose, and aro ready for immed'-ato delivery. Gorham Mfg. Co. SlLVF.RSr.llTHS. Broadway* 19th St. 23 .vlaiden Lano. RACES AT THE OCEANS EDGE CONTESTS DECIDED IN MUD AND RAIN. Mow mi Bonn pax at bbiohtom naca, Rndng at Brighton yesterday was anything ni ptonsaal tur hones, olTie|,ilH goat .spectators. A track deep with mud. tog?-*.i.er witli the driving rain and mist from the ocaaa. made everybody un? : comfortable. Tie- bleb tide? op to the time of the races had not Worked any ir.atirl.il in- j jury to the traen or eyooods. bal the con Steal booming of the waves, that to.-,1,1 be plainly J beard In the grandstand and on the lawn. Bounded the warning that the days of the Brighton Beach racetrack ara numbered, it will be completely j flooded by the ssn in s fe? yean at naost, in ' spite of the rain and UUpteasanl weather, a targe . number si epeetetora am? present, The uackwai unaafe ob the outside, where n?w ?oil had been <a posltod to widen the atrstebes. Many horses stum? bled, but ther,, were no goddents worthy of note. The probable outcome of the Imreatigation of The Friar*? pecuHar1 running In his r.i ?a at the Bheepe* bead Ray track wan much dtoCUSSSd. The n?--r!i guice of the stewards In not proaiptly InVCStlgat? tag tin- peculiar riding of certain Jockey? hag borne fr.iit. Nearly ev< ry racegoer has a giiev anee about the manner In which certain horses have raced Ben Rrush'a ruer.t races bars been unmercifully criticised. When the odd? agalDBl Tom Crem ?tell wen: up yesterday many bettors win- extremely angry, ami form- d In groups in i advantageous poaltlona tu uratch the rare in wblcb he was engaged, i" eontpnrtsnn wlth sonn of hia | ! races Tom Cromwell was UnUntly treated by hia jockey, who refrained from punishing him ao be : did when he ran a mile in 1.40^-5 at the kheeps* heed Boy brack. Tb? race was won by St-t Fast, with ?Premiersooond. Dr. Iheppard thin! and Tom i romwell an Indifferent fourth. Perhaps Tom Cromwell cannot run in the mud, auil therefore he was not backed by bia owner. This may account 1 for the long odds quoted against him al the close ? of the liettlng. When that constatent tilly Sunny Slope won the Nautilus Btehee she was warmly applauded. Sunny Maoe clearly outclassed her tit-hl, a? she raced out into the lead ana won as she pleased by a?rerai lengths. Sunny Blope'l victory caused the Irritated bettora to ask, "Why do Sunny Slope, i In.Ian,10, Voter and the hones of certain owners run .-so trie to torni In every race, While other horse? ?how stak? ?orrr. one day and Beit Line < .?r form the next- Evidently mcegoera have lost the conitdenct which racing under tne management of 1 til? .Joekey ? lull ?TM expel teil to ?live to the BpOTt. When the rue,., weu- called the withdrawal? were M aumerotia that the card lost much of it? attractiveness. '! he Drat rac? was won by the favorite, S.ilvabl.. .?wing to the blunder made by Tod Sloaiic on D?nitor, who was in the lead until the lurn fuf home wat made, when Sloam swung out lnt,? the middle of the track. Thorp? en Saleable cams through on the rail and beat Domltor at th, tir.Uh. In thi second rac? Decanter, who was heavily ? played by a ?elect contingent, oad no difficulty 1 hi 'l?.it:ng Vigente. Doggett, who rod? David ? Oldeon's The Dipper in the race, scored hia flftteth conse utlv? losing mount. 1 Sunny Slope led from post to finish in the third race ,,"n,i won ?n easy victory. Set Faal foih,wed Sunny Slope's example and ! led from st..n t? finish In th- fourth. Bwango 1 spread-eagled his held In the tlfth rate. Sly Fox. ridden by Doggett, wo? second. Doggett m ,:n.- to ! be wi 11 an his way to complete a century run of losing mounts. The sUlh race was a sort of a ?hake-bA? .ift:lr in which ten maldi n? faced the starter. The rac? was won by Lonla Stuart's Ein, with Pickering in the aaddM Matthew Alien Is training W. H. Clarke's horses. The owner of th, St. BTaise-Tfcora nily baa d. ! elded to nan:,- In r Th-- Sinner, as he says there ' are so many s.ilntn on th?: turf that they are ' becoming monotonous. BCMMARIKS OP THK CONTE8T8. I FIRST RACE?CO""*) added; selling. On? mile. Betting. Bt. PL P. Dunn?'? b, h. Salva!,:??, by falvator? Lvdln 4 */r?.. 107 !b.(Thn?*, 1 fc?5 3?S Bromley m Co.'a cb. c. Uemiter. a. l<6 (enr, 97i .iSloane) 2 8?5 3?3 W. C. K bins'? b. h. iH-.rslayer, 3. ltd.? (Dogs-etna 4?1 7?5 F.l. K-arnov. ft, 1<?1.CO'Ceary) $ ?f-*? 4~l Refuse?. 4 103 (car. l<4i-il!. Martin? f) g?1 2?1 Emotional, 4. DC .(0*C~_?)g 15?1 ?? l Time?1:47. Wun In a drive by a length; four lengtns between second and third. BJEGOND RACE?"00 added; for maiden two-year -old? ; >; lal weight?. Five terinas?, f. H & T. Hitchcock's b. <-. De -anter, by Deceiver?Maudlin. 112 lb.to'Leary) 1 ft? 1 2?1 ?' I'. 1'X'n h C Vlganta, 113.(A. Barrett) 2 H?1 3?1 J. J. O'Kecfe'? b. ?;. Dogt-wn. 112. ill. Ix-wi? I .'( 1 g?I o:r.-.-y. 112.?aim*) O 3?1 1?1 Mr, Muni. 112.?Jliann, <? tlo?1 IO 1 Inspection. HA?.iVoylle? 0 20-1 a? 1 BpsBcer. Ill.?Thorpe?? ??1 3?1 Blissful, mu.iWllhtteiO 2l>?1 *?1 Tim Dipper. Hi?.iiigg'ttio r. i ??5 Merlin 112.(Hssrttt) 0 ??1 3?1 Ren? May. wo.(ginnen S te?1 5-1 Fulano, lira.?IVkering? 0 2o- 1 8?1 FaV-tra?', 112.'II. Mart?n? 0 10-1 4?1 rteunwell, m.(?lawaeolg 15?i ft?i Tline-1:<?. Won liar, lily by a ISSgtb; two length? between ?econd an,? third. THIltl) ItACE?NAUTILUS STAKF.S. for three year ?M?i value $2.nn0; penaltle? and allowance?. One and onc-tlxt?-?-n'.h mile?. Mrs. .1?re I ?ann's ch. f. Sunr.y Slope, by Ester- "eta, in!? lb.?Wllhiteil 2?1 3?", KeiUlCO S'ahie'? li. c. Altire. ??.(DOS?'0 1 ?i?1 2?1 L. s. ?v w. K Tii a?eon's t>. f pircarte, M .iiv.rbleyi .1 I .*? 1?2 Haphazard, 114 .irinns? O 3?1 4?3 Tlin-'-l:.V>. \V,,n ?Salty by four lengths, two lengths between sec? ond ?tul third FOURTH KACE-H.OOO added; ??lling. One mile. Cbannera/ Jacobs'? ch. f. s- t Fast, by _SM"??Bftndalo, 3 Jtf., S? th. i Thompson ) 1 7?3 1?2 Jam:-? Mcl?augl:lln*s ch. e IT nil". 4. 1 tO. iTrv ri?-i I 4?1 1?1 Foner Brothers' b. c. Iir. Sheppard. ?.. 102.?,\ Barrett)I I??I a?9 I T',in Cromwell, 4. loo (car. 110) ? iSim?io 4-1 ???5 Maneheut-i, 5. 1?>4. .?C'.aw?an) 0 te? 1 4?1 Tlme--l:4?IV,. Won in a Art*? by u ball k?gth; a length bater?as I ?ec Ml mi;,I Ultra. I FIFTH KAi'K $7n? added, fur two-year-old?; allow I anee?. Six furlong?. ] P. Imnni'ii b. c. Swam?, by Or. ntofa - Nirvana, li- tt,.(Tliane) 1 1?1 out : F. H'-agai."? ch. '. <ly |- x. 117.il' ? "ttl I 1 ? 1 eut 1 W. I^niherg's b f. Manfl Wue-n. hi'... (Saerrrr) I K?l 2-1 'Eileen D.. 104.iWapshtrciO 3<>?1 8?1 Time?1:1S. Won verv' ??nily by ?Ix lengths; four leng-.hs tetwete | aaeond and ti,ir,i. i sixth RACE tete added; lar swidans; special weight..; selling. Six furl, ngs. I L. Stuart'? b. c. Ein. by Eolus <lta. 3 y,??., 112 Di.H'lrkorlr.g? 1 10?1 3_ i Mis. W. C. Doty? h. c Mano???. I ?S . "li ,.;n,ri 2 ?I?1 2?1 I j. l* DUdetr? ch. g Nedjed. 3, m. , . n*.,y!|. i 3 |fr -1 ?-1 Klnvarra, ?!. l"..rThorprio ?, 2 1_I : Mntnrmaa, '?'. 1"? .(Wapah!.1 |o 1 |o 1 Blaasweod, .':. i"4.(CoIIIbs)O s? 1 3?1 Blmonlan X 104 ? ir mn>.iii??iinu 4 1 h I, ; Mlehael ?i . 8. h'4.iCIawi mo 4.^1 7_ * Diana's Daufbter, 3. l'?_.?a. Barrett)0 12--1 ,-,_? ; unueiii, 4, Ite.'Uxg?-ttio 5?1 '??_?: 1 li a 1 :te w, a asail) by two toaste?; r,ur toagtb? be?we?a ?soon! 1 and third, BRIOBTON BEACH BNTRXBf T?-DAV rutri 11.VK rs?agSM: tot _r? rear ,..,is mi apwi?rd that have run an I n,,t WON Euer Juii? ];i. a'.luwance? One mile ?nd a ?lxn?- th. N il,-. Wi .Voue. ay, iTIifi .IW.Belmar. Vim . Ii'-n EdM .114 Eatars . .'.! Dut'h ikai,-r .114 l'a?s*tt?.j.,7 i i>?-,;are.im ?Mil .1.rrrrrrr tM ) SF.'iiNi? rtAii: Fu-e im??. ff?r twofyear Ma dut bar? a? *,?n $).i??a. 11.tM i all m la? ? Pr? tarloaas l'i-r I P .V22 .-'.,11,|. r? .... ' ,? , Brim Hill .1"7 Kis . .,! 1'onilr-x .1?>: Mr. Racves .a? i'-iii' i-i'i .*.i<>7 Paavv 1: . . _ , Tankss Ban .Ml .'"* THtnD RAi E I'utfce ll.SOO; haadtoas?, six furion? Harry Raed .12H I1anw?l| ,, Ptsarsiar .im set r,Ht_.J;.. Ttan? .Ite Trill.t: . . .J2 sir hay .114 it. mpt ..''!.".;..;,!?", I'OI KTH liAi'i: HISTAFF STAKFS ,f I2.??"?); ?. r tW( year-.ld ftllle?; ler.altle? sad BllOWaO?a. Fu.. t<lr long?. I. Al,,i?.ite .122 Jlttad .. , Ju'i? .11? Raby Uss .'.'.'.. ?? toloolsl I;..m.-.114 Ptoettag QoM .'.. i ?ra. TrawbrMejs .Mi . .tel FIFTH RAH?? MB tete) for IteSB l?ai BHi ?r, I Un ?ate thai i.av m wag mata Otea ?a? ra.e m laZ BsUlaa- O? mili-. '? i]?nl'.? .h? r.lfle . ? H*?uf"" .m Ti-mpiniow. !?;;;;;:;" B gUtTHIIir? mSSm ?I? furlong?. notterdam .in si Miebalaa II ?_ Kr,ls.r Ludwig.11? III D.d.Jy .. .V.'.';_';;; }}* Oit n .tu Su. i-ei-.fill .IM Pu?lave? .114 Nny Nay. K? Note-Cn ?rr.-iunt of tin? < ? n.llti??). Ot ths j**** J, <n- -j'i.-r,-.- ef hlBh ?b ? "?" '"" VkathMfM wa? 88888888 st. u.: i th* item ras sal ??timte.i. -?. ' N?) ATTKMI'T AT WltONODOINO." DsXSSBOM <?K the sti.w.u.ds OV tul JOCatttt CUT? IX TKE CASA OF THE Fl'LU*. A BSesSSB in the 0SS8 of The I'rlar was given y. sterssy by tha s?. wards of the Jockey club, who held a ?spatial at tba MfBt ii Bese? ra-ecourse IS UM afterii'?.t'. It was announced as follows: "The stewards of tha Corny Island Jo.'key ( hi.,, having prSSSBtea !.. tiie stewards of tl.?' Jockey Club the rSBSlt of their Investigation of IBB :a??? I run by Th.- Friar !n his three (84*8 at that mect ISg, and the stewards of the Jo.-key Club having beard the as-ser, tmim-r and jockey i-aapeetlsaj tha :,,,,:, ??,1 belBg satisfied [T? SI t*a SVtSSBCS that the awser, ttsisea and joe-key ara not in the habit of betting, fail t?> snd a m "Sty ? 1st ?*? incoi.si.-t.nt running of thLs hors?. Th?- ?'?-wards further And from the evidence of th.- trainer, and other ? -vi? el? nee MttsfSCtOry to them. tbSt the horse Is dell .,f 8 Barrosa disposition, capable Of great le rf, rni.m-.-s Bt times and disappointing ones a* others, Tha steward- ara anttsses, fr un the thor? ough brtveatlgatlon they hsve mad?*, that then- has been no alt? mp: at wrongelolng." The st? wards present -it the issettBS an re- August De'm.mt. J. H. Hraelfcrd, James H. KSSSS, K- R. Hitchcock and Andrew Miller. The following otluiab appOtSted by the- Saratoga Knelng ASBftrlStllTS SSTS approved; Judge, W. L. I'ow.ra; start? r. XV. .1. FMzp 11 rt? tl ; elerk of scales, C. F. Huh. Jr.; Steward, W. Btt Nolan; handl -apper. W, T. v,,-.burgh. Clarence McDowell wss ap? pointed steward to represent the Joekay club at the Queens Cosstv Jockey Clsh me'ting sp<?-?a. permission was grssted to I".lw.ird Garrison and II. Bers**S t?> ews asd train horse.?, under Rula No. HH of the? Hules uf Kaclng. SKCnNl* JULY ".li.'KTIXi" AT NKNVMAUKKT. L.)i:don, July 13.?The I.ar!i:-ir!-Hi-:e.-f^id stables' thn o-year-old brtiwn lilly B***hBBBBa ran sacoed la the t.ick: foi- a tn 1 plata at the lirst day's ra.-lng of th,- KewsMrkel saeosd -J'tiy meeting ts-4ay? ?;. W. Mir., ail's three-y.ar-ol l bay tally- ii..?*i< ?,,.? h '?ein,; tit -l. Th;.. ..in- Is of V? BoverslgBfl for thn???-*,? ir-ed is and upward, the winner ;> b.- sold bv au?-tlaii for MB ?overeigns, Taere w. re seven starters over the Bunbury mile The LorUlard Hereford stables' Uuse>yesr?o?d bay seUlsi Glar? ing ran third. A. Sydney'* .ik?-?1 bay hou-i? Stingo won an all aged .?Hill? pUle. This r.ue 0 Of IOS sover? ?mis, fur twO-year-old- and Dpward, tha winner to DC : Id by auction t,?t : 0 sovereigns. T.r? iv were eight Btarters over the last live furlongs of tha Bunbury mile, including .v? ?v>i?*t Be'mont's thrse-yesr aid chestnut til.'y Tetrpalchor* Ii The Lorillarei-Beres fo.-ei stables' bay colt Astolpho (tbr s yesrs ola). \<y Sensation oui ,t AVctna, tur second. T!,i I.oriiijid-Her. .?fold stables' three-ye.u-?;l,l chestnut geldlns lira.-,? ran third m the rare tor the Visitor:-' Weiter Handicap of I'll s.v. reigns. Mr Houldsworth's three-year-oki bay coil Silgo being tirM. Fifteen nuises ran over tha last six furlongs of the- Bunbury mite. BAHNKY HAKNATO'S HOKSKS SOLD, Newmarket, July in.?Ten horses heimging to th? late Hani, y Barnato, the South Afri? an m.nin-, king, w.re -?old to-day en Nesvurke! Heath tor good prices. The hlghesl ligures were reached by toe stallion Worcester, which waa bought by Lord .Murena Lercs'oru for 2.1m guineas. AMERICAN CRICKETERS STILL AHEAD. Nottingham, July 13.?The American crlck-t.-r. continued their match agalnat Notts here to-day. It was a niagrilfuetit .lay for cricket, and there vva.^ a large attends******. When play was resumed the vii-rtoiti had 3'Je) runs for six wickets. Hefe.re they were all disposed o* they had increased this to 421. Notts then made an effort to reach this total, but tell 177 ru.is short, and wvre- compelled to fol? io -.? their innings. Tinte was not much lima left for batting In this but in the little time there wab for play th.? home team lost two wickets for 2? run:-. Whi n play (ripened thy-; morning G. S. Patterson and H. C. T-hsycr itrsumed tha battlsg, and with only on.- run on the latter was bowled for duck. and seven wickets were down for 3*>l. Young Percy Clark, Who last y-ar S*SS captain of Harvard's team asd ai.-o played for H. A. A., was the next man, but ha was not expected to do much In the batting Une, aa he Is on th.* team altogether on, account ?if bis bowling. He, however, plajred up well, and before he was dispose?] of for 29 the 8N had M'r.e* op a.nl'l cheers from th? i rowd. Neither H. 1\ Bally nor F. \V. Ralston troubled the bowl? ers, and O. 8. Patt.-rson. who was expeeted to carry h's bat. Wf?s at length bowled by the pro I fesslnnal D?-neh for a magnlfWnt Innings of l?i2. ? He took absolutely no liberty with Hip bowling, and his innings, which occupied just exactly six hour.-*, was S marv.?i of defence. Notts, all hough fa,?lng the enormous total 421. wa ? combien? of reaching it. The Innings opened rather sensationally, for on thr very first ball bowled by King, Howltt fell a victim to a splendid catch by Lessor, .*in?l on?? wieu.-t was down for 0. ?'. \\". Wright followed at 2S, and with Clark, Bally and King till bowling splendidly, the Innings was over f?ir 241 A follOW-OH was thus neeessary, and in the ?ehorr time left f.ir play two wickets went down for live runs. Qunn and FtSS then got to? gether an,i Increased the total to at, playing out time, and th'-se two will continue their batting When plsy is? resumed in the morning. The score: GENTI.KMKN" OF PBILAI lELI'HIA. A. M. Sfo !, ?t. Pike, b J? nes.We, E. M. e'r^sar. I> ?;uttr'.,ls?*. A J. A. ?uofor. 1 b w. fa ??iittrilse?. 4 O. ri. Patter?m. 1> I'e-n?-h. leij J. it Kin?, o PIS*, b Bhasr .' .??,> F. H. Il ?hier, c anel b Jone?. dl i'. l'oit??. Jr., b Gunn. 4 II. ('. Theivir, b Giirtrl-lK?. 0 P. II. Clark, c Gunn. b Shaw. ' -?ii H. P. Bally, b Shaw. 2 F. W. Salaten, not aw. o Extra? ._ ;>?) T?''al .4J1 NOrT??. I*lr.?t Inr.Ins?. Seoenl Inntns?. ?loA-ltt. c ly-ftr-r. b KiniT- 0 c Coat??? b KlBS_ 2 C. W. Wtrtght c Kin?-, b <1 irk . 12 P'-n, h, c ?'r?s;ir. b ? I... k ... 47 I'.ft. i- Klag, b i";?rk .87 F.'.lv.,n, . Hil.l.-r, b Kir.?;.. 2 Mas a c Lester, b Salir_ 51 A O. Jene?, c CeatM, Jb Bally . 32 Gunn. b Kin*. 3 n??t ,?ut. || I'lk? b ??arlt. ... (J BOt out. ?, GuttriiK-. e Otntes, b Batir " c l'att.?j-?.,n. b Clark l Baa* t,-,t out. n Kxtra? . H Extras . 2 Tetal .2w Total .~? BOWLIKQ ANALYSIS. Ball? Ma: ?- u. Run? WUket?. KlBS . IBB I 72 3 Cregsr . 40 1 ?is 0 ??lurk . lit I ?JO 4 ?ally . IM I 47 3 Coat.? . ?*,*> 1 10 ij BUM AT Till." FALL OP BACH WI? KLT. Frreet Inntn<?. P ,1:1 l-lfhla .M 14 ?e?'? -.'.?ei ::4?? ;',,;?) SSI 418 421 4"1 Sett* . 8 2.s lag 117 un i>? iy-, 221 ?..j? -?~iA Bjscsnd Inntnn?. x ,ls .??.3 5 CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS. Niagara-? n-th.-Lake, Out, July 13?The ten? nis t virnammt for th.? champtosrhlpa of Canada began to-day at the courts of the Queen's Royal Hctel. The i-ntri-H Include many of the Brat-class American players K. D. IVrann, tba prenant holder of tha Canadian championship' i- expect? i later In the week to defend his title.' The singles were the only events started to-day. The doubles and handicap single* will b?r> started to-morrow' scores: ?'haini?!?n-hlp single* ipreiiminHi-v r,un,?i K. V Beach N,-ee ll.'-ri. Beat BCOtl ??rrttm. T-?r?,i.r ., C, :? 1 ,\ n ??: G p Bheldoa. rale, beat It. D. Little, tfew- V.rk' 7 "," 8 I; y P.? Dodge lui.-. i..-.,t i?, r. Darla, Barvard. c -4, a -11. 6 4. i e; Inder* a T ronto b?ai w K AiKi,in.;l.??.. 1 8 er ... I 1 1.. k. Wars, Harvard. t..-at J. C K**"y, I '-rnell. 1; .'t, 8 ft, ri-t noni Baals a. wrini.t seat t. O. o.-i, roa, .1. t. U. To MEET ON MANHATTAN FIELD. Th?- Track ami field Ctomplonship Commlttea of th?? Ainat.ur Athletic Union of the United States has closed with tha New-T-orh BAaaball Club ami will hold tin- outdoor track and tw-1.1 chant? pionahlpa "ti Manhattan Field on Saturday Au? b*ub1 1*8. This meeting promises to be a sansa? tlonal one. The Chicago Athletic Association Ii streing ttiir- roar, and ?in re i? every Indication of Its luir.?' well represented In all tha races CANADIAN RIFLEMEN SHOOT WELL. London, July 11?The shootlns costest at Blsley bagan this morning. Tha weather waa tfioA and , the attesdsnoa wrse. In th. wiimot competition .,- ..) yiu'is, epi-u to aii Masers, the Canadian rin?m. n ?lid iom.- asesllesl saootinr Blair, Drys ?late and H OSS SC -.r?-?l 31. Lr.Ihur-t n, and K.-iT and Mimes in B, all out of i posai ole la, In the l",.xl.-y competition, ..t ne yard?, opes t?. all com? I era, Blair, Wlndal and Langatroth mad.- 32 out of u pneslMe ? The assresste valus of the prizes in e-ae h of Uteaa competitions is Oa. ?RIG sl.\" TO FOUND A FARM COLONY. Typographb*iil l'iil.?u Ko, ?".. of this city, ha.? SS> etded tu fourni a farm OOtSSy In a snail way for It? lndig.-m maisars, II p?- im.-, ami propiassi to p-.-r? b.i. ??? BOBSa land wltldn lift y mlbs of the metr? polls. AsaSBf IheSB who think w?i; of th,? M'he me- 11 BoltSS USlI, the- lawy.-r Soin?- land wa.s ottered to the union sosas ilesa ag,.. n aras la Pennsylvania, and so far distant from the du thai It was reject, d b> the ill,l ,, ? *i,x Hlx" tlM U III? III bersblp o? ..ver the thoseend and of th.h.- ti?.-r.? are about ti v.- hundred msmbers either Incupaci? tated from ilolng work or unable to obtain employ Le'i'.'-flt Tliu farm will be MUbtaTaSatt for th.-tr H]MTH&TChT?i?T_. NEW LOTS OF FINE SHIRT WAISTS Lawns, Organdies and Linens?not an old pattern among them. The Waists are new, not a job lot?not an old, wrinkled or mussed piece in all the lots. The s.V and *1 sorts, at 'i?c The $1.7.5 ami *i sorts, at il The 11.20 sorts, at 90c The It? and *2 ?V> sorts, at $1.25 The $l.?iO sorts, at 15c The t?.:? sorts, at W.M The 43 and M sorts, at 12.75 and *a. This offering is the crowning success of the season in Shirt Waists The various sizes are arranged on separate tables for easy choosing. Also entirely fresh lots of India Silk Waists. Black, with linen collars, unlined. $2.50; value, $*.50. Fancy, with linen collars, unlined, $2.7.5; value, $4.7."). JOHN WAN/MAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.. Broadway, 4th ave , iith and 10th sts. Guaranteed for one year. The one reliable bicycle sold at a fair ?xcd price. THE CRAWFORD MFl CO., 89 Chambers St. IN THE CYCLING WOULD. THE LARGEST CYCLE PUB8I EVER. OF rSRBD. QCTUa ?LCB ~|?t~a TO GIVE A ".000 HANDI? CAP?It>A!? Oltl.IXAN? Ko NsTTVO-XD AOAI??WOm ant? r*D"?~?*?, The Qttlll Club Wheelmen of America, whose headquarters an- In this city, haw been working QVlStly ?mil energetically'for their big two-day Na? tional circuit meet, to bo t"ld at Manhattan B. ach X, w-York, on September 4 and fi. The feature of | the meet will be th-! %X0R Quill Club Wheelmen's I Handle, p. This is the ?argent purso ever ottered for s rar.? in thin country. It is expect? d to brlag the fastest professionals together for milts around, and every rider will have an i-ijuul chame of ?.ind? ine first prize. The plan which lias b-en adopted calls for th.- heats of the big race at one mil- to be run on a Saturday, while the tlnal. .,t two mil-1?, win be run on Labor Day. Th?- winner of the final wi;i ri'peive $l,"0, the second rr.m HCO, the third man Jin, .md th- fourth man R0. This makes a total? of II.inn. and the other |M wi'l be divided among the placed men in the heats and saml-Anals tu bs run on September 4. An entrance fee of $1?) wiir be charged each man. and entries for the big race will elope on August XL In spite of the numerous promises made by cer? tain neibers of the Board of Aldermen that the proposed btcyde otdlnaaoea would be disposed of at once the ordinances still hang fire. At the m< cl? ing of the Board at the City Hall yesterday action on the proposes! ordinances was postponed un ft re (jneet for a publie hearing, which will be held next Monday. The ordinances will then com?? up agiln before the full Boaid on Tuesday. Alderman War*, the old-time athlete, who ha? fathered the wishes of the cyclists, says he is convinced that the ordl nancfs will he passed as suggested, with possibly a few amendments. One of the most Interesting race miets of the sea? son ought to take place nt the new board track at Newark Saturday afternoon. There will be a ratio novice, a mile open, a mile handicap, and ? miie tsndein race for amateurs; a mile open, a two-mile handicap and a tivo-mlle handicap, for profession? als Parsons, the Australian, who is s? iving with Zimmerman, at Freehold, will rid? a half-mile ex? hibition paced by a trlnlet. Among the profeaalon als entered are Carroll Jack. "Teddy Goodman. Maddux, hlgby and Carpenter. There will also be a m itch race between tlie Riverside and Newark nuads Th?? Riverside QU?d wi'l be mann.d by Nade, Jmlee. Hedstrom. und Ilenshaw and the Newark quad by Margan, Neville. Higby anu Haw? thorne. Engineer John F. McArdec. president of the New York Firemen's Cycle Club, made an effort to break the bicycle record from this city to Philadelphia and return yesterday. McArdee left this city at 3 a. m. and arrived at Philadelphia at 0:'.7. breaking the record by nearly twenty minutes. He started on his return journey at 10 a. in., arriving at Newark at 3 p. m He telegraphed to frisada it. tills city that he expected to reach here by 1:48 p in. At li o'clock last night IfcArd?? had not been heard frem and It was supposed that the rainstorm caused him to abandon the attempt. Company E of the 8th R?glaient will start on Its tour awheel en Saturday at 1 p. m.. leaving ths armory at Xiinty-'oiirth-st. and 1'ark-ave. The military wheelmen expect to travel about lift y mil" a day. They ?rill travel in heavy marching order and "will be under full military disclplnc for the trip. _ The membership in UM LaagUS of American Wheelmen continues to tacreaSS, and the pr> li - tton made by President Potter, that it win resefc NM? beforo the end of the year, may be ?trttsd. The new members for th. reek number 1 .:??:?'. mak? ing a total to ?late of 17,00. The membership In the leading Ststes is divided up sa follows: New-Ysrk, new member? for the week. 433 with s total ol 2S.nO: Pennsylvania, W. total, 1*4,671: Massachusetts. 1J1; total. U,Stti New-Jem v. 1???: total, 3,do. The Xew-York Consulate is Watching Cor glass? throwers Prank Rellly, of No. Ill East Fifteenth* ?t., was arrested for throning a glass b?ittle Into the street on Monday by Bicycle Pottcfman Charle? S. Manning, at Tsnth-st. and Sacond-ave. end ar ralgned In the Third l'lstri.'t Court. Chairman Rosenfeld of the Rights and Privileg"? I ommlttee Of the Consulats was present to prosecute. He found however, thst It was not a case ot spite and Rellly was compelled to pay only u |j Une. I.. V. Callaban, th-- well-known racing man of Buffalo, with, his brlds, arrived In this city yes;, r ?day on their wedding tour. They are stay Ins ut the Vend?me?,_ A numb, r of the fist racing men of NY.v-J. ;. ey are about t?. turn prof? ?stonsls. Among the num? ber are John lUiel und Victor tfeSBS, Jr. The Race Committee of the. South Brooklyn Wheelmen win bold s meeting al the clubhouse. No. 47'. Ninth-si.. Brooklyn, tonight. The Asm toted CjrclliMi Clubs or Long bland win hold a meeting at Badsr's, on the Osnsy island cycle path, n xt Monday night at laO p. Bs, ?TntrtSS for the Rt\crsll- Wheelmen's National circuit raes ssssl on July si. at Manhattan Bea.-u. will .lose with J. M. Uentli. No. M West Knd-ave., mi July -I Cyclists ,1. siring to Join ths League of Ain-ru-an Wheelmen may obtain full printed information and a , mhsrshlp I'lanks by m tiding names uuu addVMMS to the Cycling Editor, fhs Tribune. -o UNDBRCLOTHINQ POR CTCUatTR, Jumes McCutiliviMi & Co., of No. 14 West Tweli ty-thlrd-st . are making a specialty of underwear for cycBstS, The goods are of lVlin.l linen nusli. a pure Unen fsbrlc, Ths underwear is of bens HI to cyclist?, as It absorba th<- perspiration. Tin' ma? terial is well suited for athletes. SB It Is light and dura Id?- as well. JERSEY CENTxRAL FERRY FBIYILEGEB. The rivalry ?StVOSB UM Pennsylvania and Jersey Central railroad? en ?he Hudson Ulver was brought to the front ?gala through a totter ?Uoh CMtrollsr Fitch re.it yesterday to OorporatlOSl Counsel Scot: relative Is the alleged plan of the Central Railroad of X- w-J.-rsa-y lor i iinnlii?; a new ferry from Com mnnlpaw, X J.. to Whitehall-?: , New-York." Mr. Fitch Uli. ves that the plan proposed differs In no essential particular from the bun service of the Jan?.y Central between Hector-st. und Atlantic TRIBUNE CYCLES UNITEO STATES NET &' TWINE CO.. Qeu. Agtt. Metropolitan District, Q1? 33IFtC^__.I>-?--__.Y. THE LUTHY WHEEL 150. iD? at Present $?io. - r. 'i-TriANTiiE Ot~i PIUC_ AtSTI\ IIKSSKV. General ir.o x Kshlorti A?". | CBISl g~? Shpimu St.. i mailed on i ,?- ?t. N* Y. City. I Pat IBM IV17 m tat mUaltap r saddle, with s, Irai sprlns?. art,l II ?Bill r. le ,tk? a new bli'?fle. 1 here ? a reasnn et e.uis?. It 1? thl?; It l? th? ? r:> "a? eonblains psffec! h-a'.th aad eoeafort, rwv'nir ?M? fliif iiH'k. narr- m p-tnir,.-!. >ut?Lie curva? eoatonBlas to the b .?y. n ? .k??i: h i - - eau? woixl Sbn ? :,nr-.. t >tr.-'--li 1". 1? ?,.,.|.,-1 ml ?, ft a? it i? ?salta?/ an ovsr Central i?n'.:is r?lleves ait in.1ur|, us pr?'>.*ur>> >n th- ?ft i,?rt?. y r :-:i?e H't||nSlll ?? " .'?'I for S B ? r lu-::.kli widths, with ,r with ut ?ptrel aga MESINCER ?807 RATTAN SADDLE HULBERT BROS. & CO., f???~~? AND ni riTT? "OR EVERY KIXD OF SPORT, 31" w. '.'.:: It, KKW Vuiuv. SAVES LABOR -SOMET? MES I.IFB. Powerful. Mir?-. ?lul.k. Out of Sticht. THE SPENCER BRAKE. >. :. ?rt| i. ??rate? , ? .-. Wir u * i- tit.-i to anj ?? ? tal Till-: ?iPf.M |-:ti IIRtlii: (().. 380 llroa.taaay. V V. Highlands. In ?pashing of ths pstats at similarity hetween thu two rout?-.-, the ?'oiitr.ill? r said: "Th?' reetor-st beats row ,.-i stated ihsdals time? of eoni idsraMa ffrsssjenty; they carry s bwsbj numher Si pSSSSBgSrs ?'to make trips " and from the >i:y daily, and much teggagi. ani the passsagsn car rlsd are not only railroad pi -in?;,-;* to points south of Atlantic Ilifrhlund?. hut ssM include S ?n--,- lunnl-er uf per,ni;,eut ?ml :r.-o-'..iu r.siJent? ??t :he la-t-r.um.d place. It is dlt'i \i:t :o see how this MTVtOS differ? fiom tint of the Pennsylvania tUllroed ???er the ferry at Twenty-third-st.. which pays the etty 5 per SSM of it? gross receipt? on the New-York side for ItS tr.nc.V.-, . SI that of th? I..>nn Island Ks.llro.id. ut Puie-st . for which rent Is paid its a ferry ' I have thought It prop? tj Mag this matter to your attention us ih<- law officer of the city, and i w, uid rsspsctfaltf request, If, li > >ee judgment, the fvts warrant such a courre, thai pss take whs terse stsss may ss D esssr| to protect the latervsts of the city in its ferry fraaehtsss. which have heen .'ill importan: ?ourc? of reVt-nus W the etty for more than Ml ya-.u-" A B. Hourdman. cuuuwt?) for the Jersey Central. ?aw ActluK Corporstloa Count?! Turnar yesterday Sbotlt the proposed ferry Mr Turner asid after? ward that nothing hid bao* done in the matter ariii that no steps were prohsbi? unless the com? pany attempted to hind pgvaeagsrs at the Battery without proper ii.ithorlty. In whl h case an Injunc? tion would protmlily he obtained l,y the city sutUoT ttle? to restrain the railroad company.