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THE STATE'S CHARITIES.
IV THE CUSTODIAL ASYLUM FOR FEEBLE? MINDED WOMEN. AN INSTITTTIPN VCR THK ?ARE ?IF AN VNFORT UKATi ctAsa its grxcKixsxT manaob ??.?t m rw IT BJ OOKDUCTED. (rROM a ?taf? cotaamromvmtn <>? thi: ranvsjsx] Newark. N T., Aug. 22 ? Two gr?il railway?. the New-York ?'entrai and the West Shore, wind their ways thr.nieh the fertile valley In Which this beautiful Village is situated. Aa the pa: r-cngor trains rush along past the place, the trav? ellers see. crowning a green hill t?? the eastward Ol the village, a grout? <>f imposing brick build tags Dne would saapect at ?.ri?" that these buildings are pai t of sun?? State Institution, and the thought would be a true or??. Here Is one "f the most beneficent ami \voll-c?>nductoil charities of the State the Custodial Asylum for ?Feeble mir.d.d Women. It Is seldom henrd <.f. fr.r it Is in a somewhat out-of-the-way place. I?ut 't deserve? :?' he well known. There ar?? few hotter examples of tho fine result of a humane spirit w??rkliig courago- ? OUSljr f?r years to provide rare f.?r a helpless class of the community, G? to the year 1851, ' the public charities o* this i-'tp.??? were limited to caring for th? insane, the ? -if and dumb and the blind. Then rame the dtocovery thai there were large numbers "f Idiotic ami feeble-minded per? sons in the pocrhouaes who received no eure l whatever. Tl la led, in 1*??7. t?? the eatabllsh- ! ir.ent of the state Asylum for Mints .it Syracuse. A little lar-r it became ohvloua thai a custodial asytum <"i^!.? to be provided f"r iiiints ,i?id the feeble-minded. Mrs. Josephine "haw Lowell, of N>w v.-v ?nd "ther members ? I the Rt-te Hoard o* Charities presented many petition?, to tho Legislature In favor ?if such an Institution for feeble-minded women. Jame? II. Mil'er, ???? Assemblyman from Wayne County in 1N78 called the attention of the Legislatur? to the suitability <>f Newark aa the sit?? for such an institution. The cen? tral building of tbe present ?sylum had been built for a Bai ''st ?'? 1>? late Institute, and then so!d for a college t?? German Methodists who ai?.-? failed in their ? nterprise. The building then passed Into the hand? of private citizens Mr ?????t? suggestionai least bore the fruit in 1878 of Indurine the manager? of 1ho M:ol Asylum at Syracuse t?? !ea3< the empty building at Newark ar.d place in it twenty-seven feeble-minded women. This was an experiment "to determine whether the need existed for such an asylum: whether there are In the county poorhouses or elsewhere feeble-minded women who need ear.? and protection to prei enl then? from multiplying their kind and so Increasing the number of th?? dependent clRssrs in ih>? St.i'e. als?., could they be maintained without undtie ci si " ITS ORIGIN ANO PURPOSE. In 1883, the pres-nt Institution was formally cr-ated by act rf th- Legislature, bul it took several years to con at rod it? bulldl.igs. A1 the dedtcatloa '?en-monies. Mr?. William Allen But ler. In an address in which sh? well atated the origin nnd purpi.se of the Institution, said: "When our State Board of Charities began tneir visits of Inspection to the institutions under Fiate supervision, they were surprised at th? number of feeble-minded women In the count,' houses Th"y found also that most of them wer? hearinir children. Some of then, had borne three or four during Ihelr stay there children of '.he ?am? grade ?>f In te', le t as themselves ..r even lower?and thus the burder.s of the State were being In r?-ased from within the.?-? institu? tions, to say ? >rh;?:c of th" Inhumanity suffered by trfse defenceless ones. This was a subject demamiing attention <md Investigation An ap? peal to State authority was decided upon, and a woman had the courage and the h.-arr to go i,-rore a committee of the Legislature and plead for a home for th.-se poor women, where they could be mad?? useful for their own com fori and ne proteste] against wrong fren others, and with gratitude of heart, we point to this InsM tutlon as the resull of their reply to Mrs Low ell's entreaties. "That which wa? undertaken as a doubtful experiment nt first has proved a grand surress. and an cx.impi? which ha? been gladly followed | by many other States in mir country. England has been attracted by ?s Influence, and repre- ' tentatives from that country have visited this ! place ??? see for tbemeelv^a: others hav? quired ly correspondence what could be done for this clase of po >r humanity, ani now similar Institutions mark her Christian philanthropy ' The asylum buildings, from one in 1885, have expanded to half a dosen In Is'??". .md they ar?? excellently equipped f^r ihe euro of these feeble? minded woman. The central bull lins Is con- ! r.? ted with others by covered corridors, and this group of buildings contains administration oiTiees, workrooms, dining-rooms, schoolrooms, dormitories, a kitchen nnd a laundry. THI?: ASYLUM GROUNDS. The asylum ground? ar.? thirty-live arres in extent, and therefore space is permitted to pia??? at a d stance from the central buildings tin- hos? pital, a dormitory building and a fine stable A skilful gardener has laid oui good walk? and carriage drives about tbe grounds, and there are an abundance <>f flower? tastefully planted, and ? splendid vegetable garden. The e..?t of main? taining the institution Is largely reduced by the care and hard work put upon tl:- vegetable gar den. The buildings of the Institution have had the following population: l^"?. HI; I**?'?. 117: ?887, 158; l^>k. I'M; 1889, 2G?; 1890, 287; 1891, $90 18ft? 825; iv?:; ?MS; is:u, ;;-i| iv.,.- 344; lv.?;. ,?;:.-,. 1897, ?TOO, The est ?.f maintenance bus been a? follows: ?W. $15,000; lsv??'.. $20.0110; IW" $30,0<?0; |?88, $30.000; 1889, $35,000; 1890, $40.000; 1801, $40,? 900; 1892, $45.000; I8D8, 145.1 ?JO; i894, $45.000; ISO... ,>.,ii,900; 1890, $50,(a10; 1897. $"?"'. Th* fact will be noted that although the mini- ? ber of lnmat?>s of the institution has largely in? creased the In?rense In the maintenance appro priation has not been large, in fact, th? per capita cost of supporting the Inmate? la low? r than most of th- State Institutions, only ?*'-'ii." a week, ??.r is this economical basla <.f carrying on the asylum secured by any aacrlflce <? the comfort of the Inmates. They ar.? well boused and well fe?i in every respect. Moreover, It Is a true economy for the State to eat? for th.fe< bie-mlnded women. Oui In th?? world, they would te the mother? >.f Idiots and criminal? a sour???' of 8r-:?t expense te Ihe S'ate Here they ur?? guarded from harm and u-ad happy lives. William H Btewart, president "f the Btate Hoard of Charities, recently visit??.? the asylum in company with Judge Charles IfcLoutb, of Palmyra, preaident of Its Board of Mana? seis, and a Tribune correspondent. They hod the pleasure of Inspecting it in com? pany with Charlea W ?Vlnspear, the super? intendent, and Mrs Wlnspear, the matron, who for several year? have condui ti d it.? Inatltutlon ?Ith great ai.iiity. ai <l who every year have made Improvement? In It? method of adminis? tration, until it ranks amoi u th? leading Institu? tion? in the country. Entering th.? administra? tion i,rVen first, the visitors there had a mo ?aent's chat with Mr and Mrs Winspeai Th??:? Hated that the asylum then had Ski Inmate?, -" per cent of whom had air? idi had hildren. "Almoat with ui eg eptlon." said Mr. Wlnapear, "these ?hildren ha?.? been Imb?cil .?, and Ihcy w.Jl become th?? yards of the Rtate.-' KKIT OCCUPIED from ths sdmlnistratlon room, the vii ! ?r? entered .he workshop. There thej found an at? tendant cutting ??ut ?do'h for ;i isea ? ?r the ?amate? ?.f the asylum, and th?? :? ?? bl? minded women engaged In sewing ? ?getber the part? "f ihm ektiling. There wer? about twent) women in the r...,:n. and In g? :? ral the*formation of their heads ar,?l facci indi ited ? lack of in telllgenee Yet although they could II'll ? Ill out their own ?lothlng. tbe) could sen well, and lhu? bad a uteful ai.u benefiting uccui^atlun The inmates <>f th" asylum make all their mvn Clothing an.i stookincs. and d?. n pood <l-al <?f knittinu. crocheting and embroidery, "I d?i n??t exactly understand the protreea." said Mrs. Wlngpear, "bui ?iris here who canned conni ten crochet when a certain number <.f atltcbea bave t?? be regularly taken. rho stockings th.-y Link.? are excellently knit; fur better than any wo can buy. Moreover, they are cheaper. They knit gtocklngg at g coat of ?% renta g pair? which laat three tlir.?-s as long as etocklnga which est li? cents a pair, ? if course .?ur main tb ughl is to Riv.? th.-ni occupation ami thus to develop th?-ir Intelligence, rather than t?? make money. They are of all degr eg of Intelligence Mr. Wlnspeai and .Mis. Winapear then exhib? it??.! aofg pillo?vg ?hl? h had ?.? embroidered by som?, of me Inmgteg ..f th? asylum. There wore als.? yards of hi??.? and tabi?? mats by th?4 sc.ro. pin-cuahlona by th?? dosen snd msny doyliea ? ?no woman was pointed out, an ??Id woman with wrinkled race snd gray hair, who took great pride In h? r ability t.? thread a needle. Thai was ,-.?? Bhe <n?i when in the a ?rk? Ing-room; she thresded no.-lies for th?? other worklngwomen. And snotber women's epe clalty was t,, take caie ?,f th?? gpools of thresd. she \???!!i?i permit no one but the asylum in matea f. have any thread. Mr. Wlnspear vainly attempted t?. secure a spool "f thr.-a.i from her. Many .?i th. girls especially become ??????! .?< wet?.-, ? moved ?ino?,?? pity m se.? th?? childish women, and yet under the good, care they are r.?reiving they plainly nr.? happy. N'.? thought <>f any < < t h ?? r- home than tb?? gay lem ever geems t.i come t.. them "We hsve tieni do cooking, laundry aork, an.l :;ii kinds ?if housework." raid Mis. Winspear, and a Btroil through the ..ther parts nf the building plainly ?lis l? s.-.l the fact The floors were well ?Tubbed by them. In tho fine laundr: Ir. mat es were found run? ning th? swift machinery of a steam laundry "We have them ?!?> a ??.? deal of Ironing hy hand." Bald Mrs. Wlnspi ir. "for th?? sake of giving them occupation." Th.? women were Ironing busily on the ?lay ..f :h.? visir, and seemed t.? be ?bins: thorough work In tb-? way of cleaning in?? clothing completely and then Irnnlm; it TEACHING FfU: P? ME. Ther.? ere two or three schoolrooms, In which forty or fifty uf the Inmstea ??f the asylum are TUE STATI: CT8TODTAL ASTT.I'M, N'KWARK. V Y MAIN BTITJiIXflft i taug.it as mu ii as possible, In Ihe klndergar , ten at the time ??f Ihe visit the teichei ha l ; under Instruction about fifteen women of age? ? running from fifteen t , thlrty-flve, who were be ! ine taught by the methods u -- l In t? a hing aim j pie littl? children. If possible they are taught l ? read and ??> ? rite foi th? curi ..s- ?.e in? .. ? ?p? their Intelligence, .\lr and Mis Wlnspear . seek to mak' th- asylum a cheerful, homelike P'ac? Th???.. therefore, hai, pia ed a piana in every building. :???.? hm. music There Is a bird cage and a singing canarj in almost everj room. ('''??* ' ful pictures hang m ? the walls of all the rooms. In regard to work, the superintendent and matron feel that responslbilltv strengthen? the mind Thej s.?? k to abolish thi prison Idea. All the lock? on do? r? have been taken off, and >?' In foui j ? ars ih-i- h ia been no attempt lo escape The dormitories ar- filled with neat looking ? ....I??., |,. ,| A well-designed brick building, octagon in shape and tin?? I with clean-looking ? hli.p bedstea Is. Is used as a hospital. Dr. Mie?? Brown ell, th?? physii Ian, say* she seeks t.. pr-?.-ir slck ness, rath? ? than la u-.?: it. The ums-? bring a sick woman t" her th- moment there an iny symptoms of Ulne??, "Many -f these ? ? ? minded ? orni ? ? ?me h? re -? k," il I she and they do ii??t possess the powei of resistance to disease whli h is the '??.? nl peoj ? ..; nound minds, \\\. have a Rood many pi. There are sixteen her? aufferln from epilepsy After they are here a : Im? n< ? them levelop in? sanity, and I am aorrj lo aay Ihn; the brighter ones seemingly uri the mor? likely to bee >m ? ? sane. Moreover, they are likely to be consump? tive." OUT-OF-DOOR WORK In the summer the Inmate? at?? kepi nul of doora as much a? possible. On the day of the visit lh it. girls, who the day before had picked prar. ? .?! berries, were then engaged In pi >par Ing th. .?: for dlnm ; ? ith? ra r ? re .-? ated un 1er a tent. The kitchen, a model c.f neatness, has Inmutes ol the as}:?!?- as It? chioi working force, Mr Winepeai by u.>:,:.? of ?ome coppi?! tubing leading from ihe soup k?-til?-s, th. oven and the coffee urn, lias takes all odora away from Ihe kitchen. The .ur In it waa as pure as that >>:"..nt?;.-s, although dinner waa In actual preparation. Before dinner Ihe women assem? bled at th. aeveral lavatories and washed them? selves. Then, t" 'h- ?n?,si, of a piano, they marched in an orderly manner :.? the dining halls, They all weai gray ..ili.?.? dresaca at this tun?? of th- year, and the) look? ? neatl) clad in this "uniform." In the i ning-ro? w they all look th.it aeata quietly, and at Ihe sound of a bell repeated a short prayer. One woman In? mate ha? ?ear-.? of each table. Hhe helped the utheis t.. whatever food they wanted. Tins meal was conducted aa though a well-ordered family was .aiitiK It, attendant? of Ihe asylum, of course, supervising The dinner "n the day of the viali consisted of l* el broth r? asl .>f, beans, potatoes, bread, berrlea and tea There v.as milk also f??r those who desired it. li the .nt??p?.-?? "t th? d??? ??? 'i??? visit, twenty of ihe brighter-minded member? ol the asylum, , hi? fly girls of aboui twent) year.-, sann, dan? ed and marched before th?? visitor? They were ? lad In ?,, at ? raj flannel dros'cs. This entertaining nt took pi .. - In ih- chapel. ? ?ne of thi asylum at? tendante piavfd upon a piano which had ?.? nia . .1 on a platform. 1 he gl '- thei entered and tang several Bongs. Afterward thej danced a polka and a waltz Th?? dancing "'iw go? d and Erai . ful, and - ime ?.f the evolutions ot the i: ar? h were compili ated and well perf.? The life of the as\ lu m Inmat? - .s one ol u-?? at .? . . :.i?.. ? hej are a.?ed from si?? al ?? ? In the sun.-r and at U ?"?" o'clock In the winter In summer they go t" bed at K:3U ..'??:. .it. They are all cared for by aboui twenty nur ea and teach? . who have been carefully trained foi ihe -, irk Thee" wi ir Ihe regula? tion hospital ????'?'?-? and cap They ?'-tend strictly ,,, m? ?r din?, s and the excel!? ni > m dltlon of Mie asylum and ? f Ita Inmates ehow? thai under Mi.? superlntendenci of Mr and Mrs. Wlnspear they do most excellent ?vork The ssylum Is ablj a .?! economlcallv managed: It performs its work In ;, ?ympathetlr spirit; th- women und???? It? -are are well guarded from hanr and live in happi? ness and In everj respect Ihe Institution is a p dit t.. ih State which maintains It. Il L M ? SoT LIKELY TO iDVANCE THE PRICE. The propri? ? : of the large bakeries in this city prof, g not to b? ilarmed nl ihe Increase In the prl.f ft .ur. .?? ?l su? lhal they have not ? dv n ed tt,- prl?. of ? ?:?? -? Th< ? .?-?. ?? ? lare that they ull! n. t advnnr? prices unleai Sour g?s up con? siderably abav? It? present price Th? larg? baker? :,?,. the best end h Ishest-priced branda of flo'ir The?? are "th< patents." The spring patents ar? no? quoted ai from .'.'.? '?, *?', ? barrel Th? large bakers saj that Ihej sold bread at its present price ?a ?,-ii flour was us h-.uii before, Prom other sources i? wa? learned, however. that if tl "?r goes much higher, th? baker? will probably reduce Ihe si?. ..f th,? bread loaves ? / \--T SIDE I ?I LOR fi STRIKE. ? strike ol fifteen h ui dred ?aat Bid? lai ?.rs mem? ?..',. ?.? tl?,.? Progressive Tailors' I'nlon No II, ? Hoelallsi organisation, to k place i/esterdaj The .siiii.? r? demand -?'? per ceni Increas? In wages, ?? ??.?'ion of thi union bi the bosses in?! ? nine hour aorkdaj Theae tailor? w..rk.,i in 130 shop*, und p...,- in,? - ?U The H rlallai .-trik-is are lh? advo utes <?( lh? ?lati.in, ol Lucien Ranlal, the ., candidali for Mayoi of Greater New York that ?? strikers ?hould be supp rted oui <>f ihr fund* ol the munii Ipallty Th.tr leader la Julius Bchwsrl?. He counselled lh? sirlkera yes t,-r..,.v agallisi ?ny Inn ictlon of th? law The l'nlted Hrotherhood of Tailor? is oppoacd ?o ?hi Boriali?! Progressive Tailors' Union, and .1? .',', mhers wi : probably Uik? the Htcca oi the airik sra If called uuou to do no. IN THE CYCLING WORLD. THF. GREAT MANHATTAN BEACH BA?CE Ml'MAKl.'.s RKMARKABLa ell \lt \? TIT.PTI?'S Al A KII-KI! ?? MM.r.ss WrlEKL"? ? BICTCXX TOBKRIOOKN STAXDIKO N"Tl.s ami cotntKxn The remarkable attendati.il the Manhattan Denen track on Saturday afterroon lo nrltneen the thlrty-thr.mile ran between Michael and Btar buck se.m? to Indicate thai the general public aeekfl noveltiea In cycle raring el preiwnt. All et tendan? ? rec?rrda f,,r the trae? Sfere brnk.n. The util?? man fr en Wales again showed thai he Ii Btarbuck'i superior ..t paced racing, end II is now doubtful if there is a rider In Ihla country abo can defeat Michael In ibis ?ori of a race al pre* :" Tbe uttle fellow ?reme to know no fatigue, and he follows his pacemakers with fl precbdon end close ness which is really remarkabU m?* fronl tire Ii ?"?Mom mer.? lhan nn Inch away from the rear Uro of the quadruple! er other pacing machine, inn when he chantre* from on? machine to another tn? rhange Is made Ilk?? n fln-Y How eaacl he mual b. ran be underatood when li Ii known thai m cane the urn of hl* wbr.i should touch the p ir lire of thi bl? na Ing machine Michael would probably .:,.ri .-?. an .>?? r th? head? of bla pec? m >?.? r- . Btar bii'-k. If he is ?-(risiili.?, will abandon any further at? tempt to ,i.f-.t Michael Thirty-three mile* In an li? ur in the fa???? of a pretty stiff wind iu a record fea experts expected tob? made on ti;. Manhattan Beach track. Chatnleeg wheel* nre all that Is talked about In Cleveland, and rider? are anxloua to Investigate and try anything In th?? shape ?>f the coming wheel that may reach their notice. One of the fea ma? lli in? s ??f this ??? ?cripti n which im s been exhibited ?o the public t* a French ?..?. Metropole Imported by m a Losler ? Co tor trial purpose?. Thla ma? chine I? of th?? regulation bevel-gear type, and It has received ronaloernhle hard usage ??t the fleve lnnd headquarter* of the concern In the last few n.ontha. deverai people have ridden the machine over the rough pavements of thla city, end, while II rum am? othly and nth no lo?* ? f power; Ihei are few wh?. ara willan? to admit that they would pre f.t it ro the true and ???.? chain wheel of the better type W. I. Armairong of ? hleopee, hns Invented R aaddlelea? bl-ycle which I? propelled In a ? unding Instead ?if a pitting po*tur< Mr. Armstrong I? ?? mechanic, and ha* worked In bi ??.??? .? faci ri? foi year?. Th.? advantage of hl* Invention, he *aya, 1? the ntlllaatlon ?-f all .? rider** weight, ln?t< id ??! a pari of It. lie *ay* hi* wheel will nn muc.i mor? ? *i;y than other bicycle*, nnd thai no Jar wll be ? xperli ??.'.-.? In ridimi ov? ? ro i. pince?? The fi im? o? the w )i.-.-l I* L'T Inche* long and abolii a G??? high. The from ?.????' II luchi . nd the rem ? heel 1?; Inche* In dl imet? - Thi pedal* lake In the heel a* well bi Ihe ball Ol Ihe foot, ai . r? ???i'iii'i.?.i with ahori cranks Ordinary hnndle-bnr* are used Thi Northw? ? I* igltated |u I now over Ihe sub? ii . ?.? ? ei loi f?? .. Ih* I.. A. W. and the ? 'sllfornl ? ??? ? ? ?lap it? he* *a? H ? ? eut Imeni ol Ihe public and Ihe wheelmen I* againai mi, n n move, li 1 . ? ? *lon n .-..-??. ? in Pori ?. nui ..- airone u* il ha* .? r? pr?M? m ?; io ? ? Il l? Btyliah In Prance Ihb eaaon to wear thi pure white du ?'? ? ycllng tr lacri Th? rap ol ih? *ame m ? ? ?al and color, The moa' comi roatume among the a m ryrllsl ? whli ; l'| .? jai l(??? ?? Il?] . n : ? ',.: II? './.?? Il* . ? bread atockii ??.?- * ; ? woi n i y ? uu ?. Masas hu ei ha* n State law which regulate* bicycle riding, nnd pr?venu eitle* and town* from passing an; which would conflict with ll ? Stai? In* Tl ? limit ol -i?? ? ? al owed ';?? Il ? Si ite law i ? len mile un ho ir. The open centurj run of Ihe Royal Arcanum Whre'meti ol Sea Vork will lake place on Sunday, ?September U. The rout? I* from Ihe Itedfonl-ave fountain, l?rookivn to Oakdale and return. Then ?. ? ? four prize for th? uniformed club brlnKing ? In.,-n the moat memh r* Kntn blank* m?? ?? ,? ti.-- . lubhoui .-. No - I Weal Nl ? Ij ? ii th-at. Cycllati ?1 airing la loin the league of A met Whc? im? p p. .. ol : iln fu : print? ?? Inform iti? ??.? m bel -hip blank, b) ?. talli.r. nai.ieM and ud dream?* lo the ? .li? Kditor, Tue Tribune ? GOOD WORK i'l MERTENS ANI? KISER l\\<? VOI SO UKS 'All'. HAVE ? ??: NAURS KOH ;ni.M,-i i.\ i:.- on the ?.??!..; ? : \ ? in?; PATII Two young mi ? who have ?....: ? im - for them -? Ivi ? on th? cycl< ra? lag patii thi* year are Karl ?:..r and A C. Merte.is. Will.? tln-j wor? not RARI, KI8KR, On? ? If n.i ? eh ? aid? r? ?1 in t ?* Oral ? :. last year bj man) ? '?? perl Iheli ? inaliti? ?.? ? ?.gnlzed bj n i.??. ind the excellent ?.?.ri?, thai Ihey hav? done tbl? year doei noi lurprh trait friend Ea h rider ? Juai paal his majority Early In the year thi - ? di Ided to place A C. MERTI SB, Five-mile ? ? ttonal ? 'hamplon a racing team ??? lh? path ai I Thomas Eck was .??. m?.? to select a team ind '? manag? it??? p ? K?-k ?- knonn aa oni I ihrewdeai raeing I manipulator* In th? countrj ind p did .. ?? tnk?? ! him It-ng 10 make up hie niltiJ that In Kl-?r ? : . ! Mcrtcns he had two of ti.e in mi t : ?.?.: i:..? racing | men f,f the year, and the records of the two men ?bow that K.-k haa lost none of his cannine M a manager of raring men. ???, r waa on.? of ,? party of American ridera who went to France last year, and while the team ??? ,? whole did ?-! accomplish much, Ki-er proved to ???? the :? il stir of ihe aggregation. Ml? work ?I Ihe Mart nf th- pr--? m racing .--eisen wa? a revela lion m th?? critic? and oM-tlBM favorite?. II- vanquished I'.ai.i and Cooper in handy fashion, defeating Ihos? f.?st rider? aeveral time? in suc? cession Klser ?? a black-headed, muscular-look? ing athlete, with a sprint willed Is fairly ?pa?? devouring when h- ??\~ started in the foal spurt for the tape. ??-?t Hms when he la nt horn?? nt Dayton, Ohio, hut his enthusiastic admirers there see little of him except ?hirltiK the winter months Klser ?reni to the National meet at Philadelphia t..a feeling ? ? well aa he might, and in? manager was mu. h chagrine?! To win a National cham? pionship mean? much to any rider, ?nd partkru larlj tn a professional. On th?? iirst ?lay Klser ?lid not show In his old-time form, hut he came to th- front in great styl, on th.. second ?lay. ?rlnnlng th?? half-mil?? National ? ,?.impiotisi,ip. and Inter capturing the one-mil?? open, tn?? hitter having the richest - ?sh prise "f the mei I. A. ?' Mertens, Klser*s tesm ma'??, haa developed in?., ? remarkably ?.I rider, At th?? National m?-: iv captured first place in the 2 -'? class raee. ?ind then ??-t hi? m.in-11?r wild With delight by rapturing th- tlv.-mll?- National ? luiniploiishlp In record time, and defeating som? of th?? i.st men on th?? track including I'al.i. Mertena Uvea at Minneapolis Three men from that city hav?? capt? ured in?? five-mile National eh ?mplonshlp in recent years, namely, Johnson, Becker .md Morten?. -e-? ? BERGEN COUNTY RECORD BROKEN. Tl.?? t ri i r-. 1 annual ra?-e meet of the Fort I.eo Wheelmi ? in the mile cours? laid out on the Monn- | taia ito.ni m Pori ?.-? produced some fast cycling | Saturday, ??-.?? Carlson smashing the Bergen | County hair-mil.? record .?a?! th?? two sons of Con? sul James I- Abbott, "f tho I. A. W. ?hawing up I m grand shape in t.sts of ?peed and endurance. Abbott wsa Ihe r? fer.imi Arthur ?. Kerwln, the Ilergen County raelns: man. -ind A ugual us Pever- ? elly, of New-York, th.? Judaea and timekeeper?, I Th- summary; Mil?? scratch, ehrt ehamploashlp Ktn.ii h?at w>n by _ ? ?>? '? Oil' ?, John G Abb ". .nd; Hani?! We*t*r ? ? a third Time ?.? i;>.. ? mat??! Final heal ?? ? ;? bj ?i.?- ? Abbott: I ? ? a ' . ind; 11 inlel \\ .-a? r?? it. third. Half ,.::? ? ?? r it? . Final 1??? il w? ? h) ? ??ear Carl J? hn ?' Abb it. -?? nd; lianlel U'eatervelt, 'Mr.? Time II .*?" Mile I in?! ap Final heal won bj lohn ?' Abbott ITS ? ??.-' . >?? ?? l'ari* ?? ??orali i.i mi nd; Daniel We*ler veil ' I la ?,ir I?-.. Mm 1 ? in- 2 IT??. Slow r.-???- Final 1....I ?>.:-. b) fl? irg? R Abbott; John ?? Ijbhoit. ?? ? ?? I. DaniH \v.-?i.-r- -Ir. third ',????.??.?: m ?? ?? rat? ? ? Fin .1 h?**! won by John G. Abb ??. ?;??? ut. I?:, .mi, at.r.d William ?'. Wevtervelt, ? ? rim? n :il. ? ? ? miHil d ? ? Hie I. \ W bav.lt ? f .'. for a ?rinn? I for n a ? ? ind I fof ? thlnl nl* ? John ?'. ! It 10; '? ?t t'arbuin a. ilenrg? E. Abbutt, l-'l; ;? \'..?-.? -, \\ niiairi r w**i rvelt, t. ? ALBANY Rlt'YC?.E ? T.T'i: MEET. VI ? ? tug 22 The raring tl the inori (V?r ama? leur* only, held inder ihe au pice* of the Albany II ? I? Club ? ??'??'I'v. ara? of a high order an?l fa*t time wi* made. In ihe mile Invitation for the im k record the pacing triplet ran away fr??m the Held and rro**e<? ih- lape t???. hundred and fifty ird* h eml ni lienrgi Keith, who ?ron tb?? race .p iMOa-.V ? ittlii .nd* ilower than th?? r??? ord. ? harle* M Kris, ihi National amateur mile cham? pion fnlleil to lami anything better than ?.l ,.n I ihl d pia? ? - Bumniai ? ?'..? mil .?'.-. Ou) ??i.i????. Albany, non; Claud liei. ? l Tim? .' .'?? 11.1 : m:! ?? II ?? \ I...: ?. fold Sitimi;??, wen; ?:. ?:?.??? .\. ? V r!. ..nd; ?'ha rie j M Krti. New ? ik. II nl Tim? 1 nS . ?? tlgl >?-. !1 ??.- lt.?l ?. F M ? ? . ?.?. ?; ? II Wall ? ? Ir lee n?l. Tim.? : . :? il, A W Siale rhamplonahlp) Karl ??? n; ti? ?ra< G ? . . r - Rich? . ???? ?:...-. ?:?nil. ? .? ?,,,r?<. third. ' n '. ?7 ? ?, mil? ? ? --r? l'irl I -.??? ????. .' |: Spever* Al \ I ' ?-, thlnl Tim?? 2 II ' Two third? ml?? '?' ile I ? ? ? ???? ? \ lini.?:. ? ??> \..?1< ?\ .??. ? ??.??? M la?/ .-? ::?1 ? ?? rgf ?". I'll ni lui ?' .??: l'an- I :a?V?. . m.I i|.i !:? ; n ir.l ?? ! ml?ll 17" ? ard*?. w? n. 1 ?. s. ? , . ? inn ? <!!(? >ai -?. --??? nd. .1. I!. 9\.I i.Vl yai Iblr.l Time -Ml ?ii : ? ? RK R?8 BROKEN IN THE WEST Denver, Aug 25. The fifty-mile relay race be? tween ihe Uenver Wheel Club and the Arapahoe Win ? ? ?ini, yeatenlay afternoon waa won by the former team by a mile and one-sixth. Tb?- time v.is j ?- ..?. I:. :..r? the ra?re Amo? Hughe* broke t!..? world'* three-mile ? paced rlvnm start pro? fesional reeord of t :i. making tin dlBtance In ?; ?.;.-'. "Joe" ?!??! broke the world'* amateur rec? lini for two mile* >? ? paced from dying atari by making t ie dlatance In 1:273-5. The foriti-r record wa.i 1:29 : S. G.?/.? ABOUT THE CHAMPIONSHIPS. ????-.??????'??. I'RRFORyANfRS RXPRCTKD AT THI : ? \ r HKRTINO UN ? ?.Tl'RDAY. The wonderful running ?f B. .! rVefers gt u. r? e*t? ri-? Frida) -? ? ma io Indicate thai when !? meet* Maybury, of the ?Teat, In the National ?.-hampion hip* al Manhattan Field, on Saturday, , . p. rform me? ? arili ? ? the order of the daj I? I* onl> a w ? k idnee Mayburj r.?p g trial at Wa*hlngton Park In 9 2-S seconds, th?? t ist? .-? :'.' yurda ever made, Sow romea VV'efera'a ?? rful ISO -.:"! bi Wor?? ter. The greatest Interest la being ?.k-n In thla race, bul ni"-r New? l'orber? pin ihelr faith to Wefera, an?! ha ?ill be ha ;,? i heavily to win the 100-yard and tha 220 yard I ' ? G ... r"a n Hi ? li attracting more attention lhan sny meeting ever ;,? ' ? under iha auspice? of thi a \. t . g| k Kj hang? member? have for the ti?-? limi ord? .-? lift) of Ih? dioici ?t ? .? Th? N' -. v.irk Athletic i'hih has taken on.? hundred m ?re. While the main fight for the point.? I r supremacy will be between the New-York A. C. .li-i t::?? ?'hi ?..?;.. A, A the oth? r organisa? tion are striving hard I gel ?.nit tiieir best men. ? *? i?? time, Knlckerl ?ck?r, Neu J ra \ Athletic ?? ? Ne? w--' Bide Athletic club? will all be rep led by their strongest and beai men, The Boston A A wtll hav? repr?sentative Kll-iv II Clark, the presenl champion all round athlete, who wih compete In th? high Jump, the hurdles .ind .ill the aretght? Prlnsteln, the Metropolitan As ocintlon champion Jumper, has been entered by ???- Syracuse ? ?., and ?rill end? iv.ir t.. defeat i; e??-. Bl and other?. Il ll. Donovan, ?rho win represen) th?? New-Jersej A. I*. In the mile walk ?? reported to be making wonderiul per t?.nu.m,?-.- .n CJIens Pall? He la said to be break? ing ihe recor?! every da? In u-.< tr?ala and with comparative ? ?-?? .?t that, and he expect? to hav? little trouble In beating the (?elbgold I" y?. The Championship Committee will rr.?*et this evening ai ?o -ti Broadway . ? ? ? ? t pass up..? tin? entri.?. \v ll Kol rtson reported yesterday lhal Ihi track at Manhattan ? ?? '?? ?- In excellent condi? tion, and if n.'? weather la line the recorda will surely ?,.. equa.l In lh? i"". -'-'" and ??" yard run? No entries ?rill be received att-r th? meeting of the committee this evening. ? - KSOCKED oi 7 in i "Foi ?. Tirr AN AatATEt'R BASRBALL PLATBB suiti? ?t'St.Y HI'RT IN \ OAMR IN I("?i"Ki:n' William Post, twenty-two yeara old. of No. ??? Baal Pourteenih-si . this city, arho la a member of the ill-ton baseball team, "" amateur organisa? tion, wen! t?< Hoboken yesterday to t.?k?? part In ? ?tain.? on the lot? al th? end ?1 Bhtteenth? ul tip W'hlk Mr'i.-k catching close ??? .und ti?- bal a foul lip ?truck him in the tnidiile <f th?? forehead, knocking aim s. nselei - Th? other pi ???? rs lai i Poet on th? ivra?-, and h? ??.e. un? ?nsclous th?? police ?ay, for thr???? hours befon ihei learned of the accident An smbulance was sent to ihe lot? and the i?i?iyer waa removed t.? st Mary'? Hospital In Hoboken City Phyalclan G I Sun.m said la?t night that tl??? man w,i.? badly IniurcU. Lui Whether iaiully or not he could noi teli. GOSSIP OF THE GOLF LINKS. THE OUTLOOK IN THK WOMEN'S NA? TIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. BXPE TKi? t? Bl tuf. BEBT COMTEK BWLD Bl WOMEN IN THK t'NITKD ????? THE CRICAOO ?K\"s CHAMPfOKSBIf* OTHER I'lNTKSTS N'.itletii?] cliamplonshlp? for women are hardlv a | novelty in this country, but the conte?! which is to I decide the feminine ?vpremaoy of the g<?if link? I this greek bids fair to outrival anything of the ? kind ?ver h.ld ?n the l'nlted Rtat?a, The tourna? ment Is to begin to-morrow morning at the lv*s-x County <;?>if Club, of ltancb?st?r-by-tbe-?s ?, Maaa^eontlnulng until Prlday. Th?? entry list ha? 1 already appeared in The Tribune, hut there ar.? ? number ?.f fact? in connection with lb? cenipetltor? wh'eh are ?if interest Tiilrty-thrc? aaplrant? for iolflng honors have thrown down the gauntlet, and. considering the Importun???' Which attaches to the remit. It t.i not likely that many will ?1? fault. Lent ynr, when tin tournament wan h? Id at the Murria County course Bl IforrlStOWn, only twenty-nine were entered, an?l In IV..-,. th- y.-.ir Hint innrk.?.! tho l>o?lnntns; of the contest?, an even ?losen only face?! the or?l?-al. Though the number of entries this year Is not as large as might reasonably he expected, in riew uf the enthusiasm with which women have taken up the game, th.? Inconvenient situation of the Bases course is, no douht, partly responsible tr>r the mall Showing. Mad rhe tournament been given to som club nearer New-York, it is probable that double the number of competitor? would have ?>??.?? pres? ent sun, there is ?very reason to bcHev? that, with one <?r two exceptions, th* list is fairly repre? sentativa of the best f.-mlnlne talent In the coun? try. Tin? most notable absentee? ar. Mrs. Arthur Turtiure, of the Slittino, o,k Mills Club, who WOO ?econd place laut year, ??**, Ann? Sands, ,,f Newport, nnd Miss cor.? Oliver, of Albany, who cam? in third and fourth respectively. Mrs. Turnure'? llln-ss this summer has prevented her from takliiit active practice on the links, so that her non-appearance I* only natural, but the with? drawal of the other two la ? genuini disappoint? ment. An.nher singular fact about the ?ist I? that of last season's contestsnts only ?even have had the cour? age 10 faca the ordeal a ?econd time. Th' ? are Mi-s Moyt nnd Miss ? ?'. Wickham. of the Shmne cock Oolf Club; Mis? Prance? C, Qrtscom, of I'hiia delphU; Mrs. William Bhlppen. of the Morris County Club; Mrs. If \V. McVlckar, of Tuxedo, an.l Mrs. G. B. Zamba, of th?? Hooslc Whlslch Club, of can? ton. Mass Ml-? Ii.'.itrix Hoyt, the presen? champion, will be the central figure of the tournament. Bho was the j ?ungesl competitor last year, and from all tliat I? kn ?wn. she will re,alii that distinction tins week Though not yet eighteen, she ?how? aUnosi mascu? line strength in her K?me, and her nuaabertesa vi? torle? in th.? weekly handicapa at Bhianecocfc prov* lier to b? In capital form tor the championship. She recently covered the It???! ?Ours?? '.here in >?.'>. and, With the tlulsiimii touches that she has received from Wilson, th?? professional. In th?? last ?reek, the Bhlnnecock Club la coafldem that trie trophy will re maln In it? poaaesalon for another aeaaon, Mis? Hoyt'a most dangerous rival is undoubtedly Mis? a. N. Sargent, of the Esses Club, ubo was m ond m tl.hampionshlp <?f iv?r>. The latter will have the advantage of playing over h?-r horn- cour?? - a factor of no little Importance in reckoning h?-r chancea of success In the club'? i'ias? ? competi? tions, Miss Sargent always t.iK-.? pan :rjin serai and ti-r re? ???? for Ihe full course Is Ki. As the Essex .inks ?re much more Itttculi than the Bhlnne? cock It-.? Course, however, ?lies.? ligures do ???: ? om pare as unfavorably with Miss Hoyt'a <> as w ?u,?i at first sppear. ?.???? M??? lloyt, Miss (Urgent ha? been practising assiduously ol late, and will enter the tournameni In the pink ol gelling form. Mrs Wllilam Bnlppen, th? only prominent player entered irom the club? In the vicinity ot ibis . ny. i- mother competitor who should noi be overlooked ??? re.-korilng tti<? probable outcome of Ihe meet ng, Bhe Is acknowledged to he the ?.? ?t woman golfer bi nor home club, in Moiristovrn, snd though she did noi rang among the medal winner? last y-?i abe -< ured a pia. ?? .?m.un; the tir-i five. Prom the Weei a number of prominent women are comln? ?m. I.a?t eeaaon Mis? ?'?ara ?. tangworthy, ol Cincinnati, was the only representative from that section of the country, but itila year Mr.-, ii. ??. t'hatlteld-Taylor and Mrs ?. 8. Adama, of Chicago, together with Mia? Ixuigworthy and Miss Lucy Her? ron, -f Cincinnati, will uphold the golflng reputation of the fresh-water cluha Mrs Chatfle'.d-Taylor, though noi figur?n? aa prominently *>n the Western course? a> Mrs Adam?, has nevertheless won an en? viable reputation In this season'? competition?, an?! the rmks among the leading esponenti of the ?ame from the ? 'hlcago distri -t. Miss ur:?,?,mi the eighteen-year-old Philadelphia Klrl. is anothei wh.? will hav.? th.? added experience ?if last yiir's champlonahlp to aid her As sd.? se? cured a place among tin? ilr? ei?.-h: in IV??;. besides winning ? .- -,.? la handicap, :: ;- noi unlikely that ?he may prove the 'lark horse" of the presen: meeting. Bhe lias a strong, aggressive style .ml play? with almost aa much composure when followed oi several hundred spectator? as when competing ai?.no. The only entry from the Newport Qolf <"lui> is mi?? All?. Rogers, a? M:?< .Sind? and Mrs. W. Butler Duncan have decdled noi ;?? :ak.? part this season. M'ss Rogers is rather an unknown quantity in >rolf. ?.ut It i? not likely that so Important a .?:??!> as that at Newport would ?end her without !>??-ling confident of her ability to dlspls] en lltnble form In addition to the Challenge Cup. four medals are to be .warded tn th?? competitor? qualifying for the seml-tinal round. Tin? winner la to receive ? go! I medal, the runner-up a silver medal and the other two i.; ?nse medala The contesi will begin to-mor? row m? rnln? ?t !?:S0 o'clock, ?dth a medal play round, in which th?? entire held la to :,?ke part. John ft. flott, the ?ecretary of the Chicago Colf Club, has issu??.I a lett? r to the variou? club? com? prising the I'tii:?.l Stat-s Golf Association in re? gard to the Men*? National Championship, to be held on the Chicago links during the week of Sep? tember II Arrangement? have been made l?y which member? of club? beionuing to the associa? tion will r.Iv? rates on railroad tl.-k?'ts of one and one-third ?>f the alngta far?? rat.? from their virions pointa of depsrture. A member, to avail himself of thl? privilege, must i?u\ tbe regular tick??! m schedule far.?, then on a certificate which will lie furnished by the secretary <'f the Chicago club, return tickets will h- sold at one-third the rit?? paid to Chicago, Professional player? desir? ing accommodation? during the tournament should iddress James Poulie, Chicago Oolf Club, Wheat ?m. III. Amateur? ma> have pisce? secured for them by communicating with J. It. Qott, secretary. The privilege? of the clubhouse ?nd grounds ar?? to ? - , ??? nd-i to all competitor? for ten day? previous | t.? th?? competition. A three ?lays' poli tournament Is to he h-ld at the l'oint Judith ('.en.try Club, at Narrsganaett Pier, h-ginning Thursday. August 2?>. P, S. P. Randolph, the president of the club, has offered a cup for the winner, ?idle th?? consolation nnd ban? di? u? cupa are presented bj the club. The medal f..r th?? Lest gross acore in the handicap is offered by Qrenvlll? Kane, of Tuxedo, and ? w Biddle, ?if the Philadelphia Country Club. Entrtea ?lose on Wedneeila) August i'.. ?? ith th? committee < ir?-n rllle Kane, P. M. Presenti and Edward ??ray. There was an intorestlna professional mat?'h on Saturday at the Marine and KM?! <'lull's links, lie tween Tomas Bendelon and August Schilt?. The match wa? won by Mendeion In tt, a new record f.,r th?? -ours.?. Th?? carda; ? ??p?.|??..? . 4 ? t 4 5 3 5 8 2 BJ A s illta . 5 ? 5 5 4 4 3 4 ft--4o THE cricket CBAMPI0SSBIP8. (SV. CERTAIN TO OO TO TIIK NKW-.1KHSKY A. C A ??? PRORA RI.K IS THF ASS->?TA T10N? rONTFSTS. The *tnii.'Kl^ for the championship of the New v.irk Cricket Aaaoclatlon eootlnues ro be eloae sad Interesting Bo little margin prevalla ???.???? the Brooklyn, Pateraon and New-Jeraey athletic ?????.? that ?? ??? probable Ibey will wind ui> the sessoa tied for Mrst piara Th?? Brat team of the New-Jersey A. C. ha* won the Metropolitan Cup, ?uh an unbeaten reeord ! It ha* onl?. on? nii.ri- gam? to play, and as It Is again?! the New-York Club, II is hardly poMlble thai the team's ?ban r??? or I will DC aiterei b? |l ?'. II ? Marke has now re????!? ?? 1 first place In the battit.? average! ?.f the league, with the r?? or?l of 95.75 :or seven innini;*. while j f Curran Is ?. rond, ?vith .'.?:'.'? The following arar? the recorda , und association averages on Saturday: METROPOLITAN MEAOITB. Pia?.!. W a. I. nt ln.iwn. P?WC?at Kern lene* A. C. s g g ] i??? si itea lalaa !. ? ? n 2 ..Ml M .ni Ulan ...g t * - '-iXi New-Torh .7 ?? I I ,ggg KEW-YORK CRICKB1 ASSOCIATION. Plana Won. i**t i>rawn par ?Mat Uro ktvn .a ? l i u?.. ? N-w .'.i?-\ A. C.11 H l 2 s?? l'ateri ?n . 13 ? l ;i .?>??<? ? Kin*-? County.?? 4 ? ? ,4?? Manhattan . l'i ?? 7 ? Jig ? ?>????p? .Il 4 7 II 3tia S' ??,.?t?,?. .I) f || j 1S| ?'????????.? .Il I II t 1*1 ASSOCIATION ??????a AVKRAOCg N"t M ?? In Inn?, mu. mn'?. Riais. A?? 3 Ba'.mer, ? ? A ?' . . . :? ? ?,7 ?t 4?.'??? ? ?: ?.?;?.?- paterso? ? n fj m ^? y ?i a. Ultima, ? J. ?. C... n 2 ??? \n lu.M J li"?-. Manhattan. s ? *m ;.? BB.eo W pu.?- Patera ?....... ' ? ? ???"? ? ?? ? ?? S iitoittrn, Pateraon lu 2 ????? -?? il 77 a ?? Clark*. N. J. A. C... ? n vi v-1 ?ion ? Knirhi Brooklyn. 1 0 4? IM ?l ?7 \ Ii ?An. Brooklyn. | | ?112 I To 21.M G C Calder, .V 1 A C. I?l 0 M 210 2100 W I'??!!?. Plier?.-in. s 1 4? 142 9? 2? T Clark?, ?, .? A C. ? 0 7? IM ?? 2? \? Hladle, Paiano?. g I 2.1 99 it <?i b 11 .-anJIa.l. i;r .,? :> ?. .. ? 0 40 US 17 14 ?A sKLTZIH ? sparkling, cfTcrvcsccnt cure for Indigesti??, (c?tale eil CODSI?MIIW. Aids natura in restoring right action of s'omaeh, liver and IkiwiIs. Does it gently yet quickly, m i Ml y tliougli sf.rolv. Sou rv d'H.;t;rft for ?j \fjrt. Wt> ?*d Sir.: ?.: 8. !?' IOC ' Hr. ? : :?n T. Tnddlne*. Kl- a?? ?' ?; ? :.,n<, \ , x ,? II Re??, Hr. ????... . H. W?, paten s . Sin??!!??- iMi-rn.in . F. Pilche-, ft. .1 A C . Rparks, Brooklyn. Pill?, Klnc?. ??. un???. Fiirr.iri'l. ? ?.? County Kerry, bat?? ? >n. Wll'.lam?, Kin*. County I, Rv*ne CetumMa. IHx'.n Mnrliit'nn. . ???/??, i?r. k:?m II. Hunter, X. J. ?. ?'. . ?Na' ?mt. 17 ?.? IS9 IS I ISO m 134 111 AHSOCIATION b' I. h We,? pm? ? p B D Stindfixt Brooklyn.. ? Hul'.ock. ?-..bimMa. A. Hajjedlej. p-??? rs? ?. , . t. ??. Cliff, ??.?:???.??? ? . w R. r^aoaten, Kearm... P. <\ ?'.-iliter, ? ? A. C... .1 Robenann, Patersoa. s H Ilo? ???, riniuml la.... H. Buahton, Manhati -i . A. Rice, Keenly . A Kug?*nt, King? C in! W H. Rnaa, Brooklyn . T. d. ?T-irk?. X J. A ?'. . ? Pedi .w. Bronklya. W. ? ? ir:,? ?, ??' ?on. . ; w ?? ii'-f. Kinn i'ount; A RlehaMron, Co?nml ., I-". .1. liOUgfclln. Br I Dyi ?. Columbia. Bf. vi.im. Manhattan A. CUmtina. Bi o? r*. ?? ?". Mumm? nl Si < !<? ^e ?. A. P. Ilnr.lina. ' 'olumWa W 1? ?Me. Paten? p. ?. M? Kinn???. ?-p'???. It ?'hit?:? li Mani alian. ?. w. Harrt?, ?? ?;?? r:????*. M M? liai? K? aray. ? C. T. T.-ld.na?. Kinr- ?" ?. .!. Crotl. K.-iirn? . ?". II. Owen Brooklyn. ?. Reown, Brooklyn. .!. Dlxon. Manhattan. WIAKQ .VERA! Mud Rillt, ?n? Hur.? ..?ir. 7 23 177 ?? ? ? 242 .'. ?7 . I?'J i*i ?114 me till . 27.1 122 as in isa .'Il lili .14'? ?? ::? STB IVi ITS 1??i 9 ? SSl ?j i: i.i?. m ariek ? I?. 4.1 14 !? 1.?7 .?:-..? 17 00 10!? IS 11 li ?.? !.'. 00 H 77 il to Il 11 ?0?> 13 12 Il 21 11 C5 Il o?) lotV) 10 '?0 I? 30 A??. 4 13 1 14 4 ig 4 7*. I W? I 12 r in .'? <n> I *<) ?I IS ? ?ft r, 9J n ?;:, ? ?s ? ?7 ?: 70 ?; ri r 98 7 ?Jj 7 ?7 ?v ..? x Kl 9 43 S 4*. ?i ??? !>"?? floO f 1!? ?? gg :?? "<> Il ?o I! Xi 11 ?7 14 41 BRIORTOS REACH ENTRIES FOR TOD\Y. PfR8T ???'?' P??*? $l'?0. far Ihr-? ?-ir ? Ida and iij> ??.???! thai ????? raa taro or atora r. ?? Rt ?hit m??t in?; .??! .'?.! ?. p, -;?? ,: aretghta ????? ?:?? and a iixt??? r.'?i. K?me Wt X.im? Wv Volley .113 Roa? O.tag ;? r?an .II2 Rotterdam .l'>2 Savarin .l?"?:l?aeeover .1"2 K.nil.l? Qul-k .1??7 Parm?an .102 II? n..r .1<i7 M.h.iAk P-i???.?. :r.i Beaufjrt .i"4 attaint? Alphe???? . ?7 SK?'ONU R.MF Pur?? II'IO, f r tu??? ??.r ??: !? ?hat ha?e ran at tin? ???????? and BOI l>??ii f.?? ni or third; ?rlltnij. Hix furi a R ni Sir l?l?k .I"!? P?nnr?t .1?>3 S.?ll?nt _.107 l??ll?? "f K.rln.Mg Carbineer .l>?'< alon?la* .loo Spero .1<>". Po ketb k . ;>s llenar.im Panava .tu Htrathmac .M?? St. I??? . t?S Blaek 1>?M? .?? bri.ir Hill . ?3 TlilHIi RACK?Purs? ?? ??. for tlir?? ?..ir : I I IB IBI ???tlIiiK Pl?ra fari ? Cleophua .IIS P..ir lt-l.?d.lOrt Pennella .Il?? Plearoaa .?"? Ir.ll-v . !"'?? Endeavor .?"? ??,?? .ION Kl ? Jacket.MM Plummer .-? ???>.I??I Takanaeaee .: ?'? Baniaa . MH La Kageeae.MM I.u'ii It. 10? WoodtMrd .I'.l Oltty .i"?'- He? iHra.l?n POt'RTH RACR Pur-? |?'??>. ? fr??? Baadteag fr three? ?p.-ir .11.? .?rii iipvant On? atti? and ?? ????????!?. ladiman .ISBStOITB Kin?.110 Mauri??? . Il?'? ?'?.m ''r.iinv.ll .no Hkate . 114 Irania .left Pini Ka-jvar.114 tm? Bwala .1??? R?n???ln?r .114 >nnk???? Doodle. fJS p.^P .,' Day.113 Manasaai . n? n ? Mi Ii.tnib'n ????1? ?.?'??: Pur? IS ???|\?? fur! ???. rjeoTM Keen? .1-7 ? n'pln .100 Prim. ?AO . I'-if. for two y?ar old?. II? I'.r?!. : 11<? M .-irr?nton , la ibey.II.n?y . bnnr..rth . lOg Subletting ? Piecing <;??? .???? Our Breeay Junlot .H'4 Viii???..' ? ... i'? . .???raiman.MM l's Ig Us ?,?? IH) BO BIXTM RAI E PttrM M?.' (or thr? ?rardi om Bill? Dorian.m ?.??if-r .. Ki-.K t.in I/?-'?- Illa Ameer .IH Turani. ?.??? and Dancre .?"* M in Honoi .I'"'' Prlendahlp ? : mpanla .i?"'? ** I*. Pure? Pi nl . ..I'd PI? ar ?a Rifle . .l"l Kay N ?y . jrear ola? and up .101 .101 ??? . OH . ?S . ?? LOWERED ? 1G???? Hlv'ono. Cleveland. ?'??. 2.\ The worbl's record for trotting to foiir-wiifide ? graciai araa brok?Mi at the ra^f^ of rh.? ilcnta-mi'ti'? Driving Club, al ??????? III??. yos>ter ? i.iy g(t<rrnoon. Rlloree, a bay mar.?, by Aitali, ?????????? by Calvar) Moiri?, trotted ? ra??? of two ??..-.rs in thr???? minute?, agalnat Near Castle, own???! by \V. F. Putnam. wlnnltiK the tlrs: two Beats and race in t:lMt and 1:11 Tli?? previous trottlng-raoe rrcori ?.-> a fiur arheeled aason aas held by I^na \V?l?in. having been madf- bere sever?I i-?"k~ ago. ani ihr r??? ri airaln'-f tlm?? aia -bl. ma?)?? In an ?'Xhib'tlon gt De? troit !>?'v?-ra! years ai?" by ?lay. driven by Daniel rampati. ?lloree aras driven by her owner. FOI SD WO! SDED IS THE STREET. THR POLICE Hi'MKVK A BRUTAL ASSAtTLT was ?'. iMMITTBD. Ilanlel Mibotuv, ?Ixty (reara obi rind hnmelesa, aas picked up in th.? gutter In Caaal-aL, sear For? syth-??!., rnrly raaterdav mornin?/. hy PelleegsSR IfeConvUle, of th?? BMrldse-et. station. M.?honey was at the time In an Utterly helplo?? roralitl?in. (m b!s forehead, over the right eye, usa s ?l^ep i/asii fully tb?-.??? In.-li?s long, from whl.-h waa sir? ?mlng a torront of blood. Th?? Injurod man. somewhat under the Influent?? of drink, was snablg t. -,y how he r. ? lvd hie Injury Th?? purol w.iK.iii wa? Bummoned, an ? Mahon^, In s Btapop. litirri??l to the station, where ? lynpatbetle polle* man tied a bandage over It's biood-eov??red head and fi?.?. Mahoncy ?-.-??.'^ und? r the eatogoey of ".lrunk and disorderly," ard araa reglattrred aa suoh on Hi?? blotter. Pire hours lir?r. or ai M o'clock yesterda) morn Ina;. .Mn'ioii-y. with .? number of others who had fallen Into the poll.ir.?.,? ni t <?? Baturda) nlxht, wer.? removed lindar guard of their capten from th.? atatlon relia to Baaea Merket Cour! f >r arraign? ni^nt M a honey, a sorry-looking i?i?-tiir?>, w.i- placed Inside the ralllne and trai appaienti?/ so exh?i?'ed from loss of blood ibat he was enable to stand without a sutmo.t. He clutrheu the !r?m rali In front of the Magis? trate's desk, breathed a long sigh and droiKied or? the floor like a \"? The pourl oft! ? rs Tl? -i to lift him to his feet, but In vain Thr.??? oinVers of the court squad bor?? the uneon? i??'!ous man to th? little yard separating the .-uurt room and rh.? Baaea Mirk.?: Prteoa Dr Holland, of the Gronverneur Hospital ambulance corpa re? sponded to a hurry call, an.l the prisoner aras t?k. ? away, Th?? police say that it Is possible Mah mop received a foul blow from loma person or paraoas unknown. .4 TRAGEDY '>/ OLES ISLAND. VOUCHED rOB ?t THK Pit' .s ??;?:\?. wJBO CAM ?HOW THI SIA t.i? ?N'S AS fit? ? if Truth I? said to he stranger than tl tlon, but ;o which category th.? following story Belongs the renders ?,f The TriLtine must |udge for themselves. The story was t??l?l by the talented n d v.rs itile press iiKont of (lien Island, and ? BM Hon. a pug Bog >nd an angry woman had the stur parts, backed UP by a il rg?? and ?nthttSi?St ??? an.l!? nee. About noon yesterday, according to the story, thirteen Mg BM lloa? were eiij.iyit..; | sun ti.ith on a raft at the south ?Id.? of th?? puud at f?M Island, an?l, as It was near trading time, th. y w.-r.? t.-rrihly hungry. Horn? of them wore Barking end laaaiag a noise sufficient I ? lumi to he hoard at the other ?Id ?>f New-Itocli. He. The k> ????.t was a little Lit? With their provender, and consequently, while they generally pr.-f?? fresh Ban a? .?? steady diet, they were aeri adverse t<> Mapping up any m-???? abject that cani- th.-lr way. Just at this time a fat. sie. k lo.iKltig little pint <1or shot ov-r the embankment Into th?? p?)tid, evidently intent upon taking a bath. The littl?? animal WM Been simultaneously hy the thirteen hungry aea lion?, and th-y one ani all made ? die? for him Orne of the blu brut? caino up abbui '? foot frinii th.- dog, who was swimming unconcernedly toward tin? *h?>r?? Tb? s.?? lion was s.'Oti to op? ? his mouth: there was a half-subdued anneal from the pun. and then all was still. When tho audience on ahor? guard sguln t?oth bad dia appeared. Th?? sea lion came up s? me time later, but th?? dog'? whereabout? ar.? ?till 11 nl now a tin? of the apectator? ?1? .?'.?r. .1 thAt he saw the sea lion licking his chops, and that was ?BUUgh for him. Th?? mystery of th?? littl?? pug's disappearance had been satisfactorily ?olvod as far as he wa? con ? -mod. and he was ready to bo home In the closing seen.? of Hits ?lire Olen Island tragedy tlier? WM an argument between an angry woman, a small buy and a policeman The woman accuse?! the small boy of tossing her Bijou Into the pond, while the boy stoutly declared that h?? had only ??shooed" him. He Insisted that he wa? la s donkey-cart, and had "shoeeil" Bijou to p'*"< the sleepy donkey from stepping on inni.