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SaJU'IONSIIIP CRICKET.
Vstcx County Wins Second Place
from Manhattan.
final ■*»"• to depld ' > »' oon ' l place in the
"ft* rrfcr r fc cricket Association championship aeries
*'* ted at Branch Brook Park, in Newark.
*" - rr C T«tfrdJ.v afternoon, and resulted in favor of
* EssM County Cricket Club, of that city, at the
•■• m of a gboci handed wrond eleven represent
«**'' v u.nhvttan Cricket Club, lie totals bc-inr
W % "i'<li«r-r.. i work by the local urn
3 to^,^ t»w gam*. as "<■ cave two decisions
f*J!!!*+6t>y maiv v' the spectators.
C l SrrtiMr*."i»io went first to the bat. T.
**- Wt the ball J'.ard ami often for 31. The
gilbert hit in T L White placid 26 to his credit.
•«***•" < -aP ,-j «irte high score* were lacking. R.
Or , th ' ,«.,..• rearhlns double*. H. F. Howie,
w ?rw-rowiy learn, took the howling; honors
,fihe.^- for U runs. 15. B. Bra<l«=haw and
witli * * ';'',., also ,i : d w«»'.l for Manhattan, the
ALr *»tt 'up •■ wickets for 19 runs and the l«t
&1fo?at Th* score:
■HB
, r fssie* «> SH***"" a?
*■ U White, h Is>l?r -»
T^.^.!!' ::::::::::::: «
s g» r "f r ..;.. . o
A H *£« 0
n. r. i a
Z'FTm-- h BriftFhaw 2
prksiisi — out .■.:::::.■.■.'..■.:.■::: «
9T* —
TOU ' MANHATTANn.""
t C Hart* 1 * c White, b Howe *
jr.f aflamp. M w. b Birch *
r» p Kelly, not uut * •
v Vlckerf. h 110-v*e.. x
C Trltt.r. It*. «> "■»" !TjiIIIZIIIII 1
Bres • •'• ' " . '...'..'. .'. 2
W*«» —
2>
0° L. Pracstaw. aid rot bat.
G fc. !sra<j*ta». did ro: bet.
BROOKLYN JUNIOR 3 WIN A MATCH.
For The fifth time th* B*>a*on the Brooklyn
jur-lors and the eleven of the AiL Angels Cricket
Club of New-York, came together at the Parade
ffrour:'i« yesterday. the re-ult being a second vlc
vrr for the Brooklyn boy* All Anjre'.s took in the
Other three roiifests. T.ie totals were ■ to 45.
deiv.z flrrt to the bat Brooklyn mnd« a fair show
tag at the wickets, mainly through the efforts of
Hsrold V. TattersaU and -A E. Tyrrtil. each of
"Son! scored IS. These were th« only double figure
Sres of the game, except that of J Zoller. who
ISed sixteen to All Angels' total. The bowlers
Ij showed ;o excellent advantage. Tyrrlll doing
tie best work wlih a record of four wickets for
1-iurs E. Williams took two wickets for i runs.
,nfl L G. I^aurie one wicket for 1 run. On the
ifhtr side J Boak captured five wickets for 25
ma and H. Zoller two for 'A. The boys' clever
J32ter drew forth the admiration of many old
g'fctltrs who watched the geme.
VETERANS' MATCH AT WILLIAMSBRIDGE.
> «yieTa.Tis' match betm'een teams- captained by
sr. rrawlfk, former secretary of the league, and
nr E. V. Brandon at Williamsbri<Jr«. resulted.
«{Mr a close finish, in favor of the latter* sice by
tn rans. B. Kortlang. of th«? Columbia Oval
dnfc'f lea*"Je Team, aided Fenwirk's team, but
vu run <■ ■■'-. after scoring 13. Ills wu the only
ocuble figure in a tc'al of 13. To this the winners
resßeiui^. with ."*. ol which A. H. liovoy scored
SX Allen, it. and J. Seignior. 1!. W. If. Rutty,
who ' is seventy-two years old. howled *t>len
didly His record for the match was seven wlck
eu for T. runs. The score:
W. FENWI.'K'S TEAM.
H Martin, b Bre.nuan „ 4
A. r Hard'.ng. b Brennan 1
ff H. BottT. I Bourne „ «
Di Valilngtoa b Mourn* O
XT. IWnsrtck. c S»mn, t> A!l« 2
a. Trrrlll, ! b w, b Bourne 1
f svortlanr. run out ™ . 13
t. 6. Ashwcll b Allen — 0
S. AU«D. c L)>re>. b Allen »
C Ingrtm. not cut 6
R. J. E'.ewart. c Bouiae, b Cliff «
Igtnw ~ ~ _3
Total se 83
DR. E. V. BRENDON'B TEAM.
3. L. Evans, b Rutty 1
A. H. Dorey. st Kortlar-g. *> Ratty to
T. C. CUtr. run out 3
J. Mgnlnr. c Allen, h Ru-.ty - 11
Is:. Brenflor., b Rutty • 2
B. T>u»4aa, st Kon.:ang, b Martin S
A. Bourne, l b w. b Martin 0
J. Allen, c Allen, b Rutty 12
T. Walker. ! 1 «. b Rutty 1
A. Swan, b Ratty 0
A. •reenfl«;4. Dot out _- !■
ratal _ -.. M
LIVINGSTON IN A DRAW.
At Prospect Park th« champion team of the Liv
ingston Field Club encountered tbe first eleven of
the, Kings County Cricket Club yt-sterday, and. al
though the States Islanders outbattel the Brook
lynftea eajrily. the game resulted In a draw, aa
there was not tine to finish the match. As It wu,
nine of the home wickets were down when the
umpire* called the gam*. M which time only 79
runs had been made by King* County. as amtinst
the total of m compiled by the visitors. The latter
r*ve a splendid exhibition of free batting, In which
Ci P. Kurdltch, champion bfctgrr.«n of the league,
took the honor* with an even half-centur>-. Hur
ditch came within ter. runs of a total of 1.000 for
the season. A. G. Laurie. C. H. E. Griffith and
Captain A. J. G. Cook all contributed good score*,
Ex wickets were down for ITS whfn the Llvlng
«ong declared tsMst Innings cIofM and «ent the
King* County men to the bat. |\ F. Kelly, though
fcssapereJ somewhat by the iririry revived in th<»
pa* iX tn« park a w»-«>k before, took 7 wickets
for 1* runs. and. irsrider.tally. utLain.^l his 100 th
«Icfc*t for the rcsaar.n. E. J. Atwood. with I*.
*«» top f«.-orer fnr the local team while, J. S.
JUbon showed good form for 12 and O. W. Barnes
tit up U. Griff.th took i wickets for 30 rung. Th«
»ccjt:
wrwmam FIEI>D CI.UB.
C. r. Hcraitrh. 1 b w, b I^ewi» 60
A O. Wurl*. c *jK, |, Hukkinimn B<i
C. K. M. Ortflllh. *t Atwood. 1. Barn*>a S3
*• J. Q. Cork, runout ..., 2«
Jf-' w - B. Fwreli. b lams A
•• E. 0. Omk. not out i,
£_» ■ssiti -i. »t Atwood. b Barnes 4
2JVi-:::::::. ■.::..:.:::."•::::::;:::;:::::-::::: I
t"*-' «i wltiietn J73
,_?,••■*• F F. Kell:-. E °- Challenger. A. Gunn did
at
KING? CTOJCTT -kkt CLUB
■ wii^* 1 *- '' OrKßtli : 9
» »i!lUms. b Keilv 2
to, v ?^*»- c £•**. b firlfnth 11
r."», c - Husklns-1 st N-jrdlteh. b Kelly 8
i- ■. Mahoa. b KeJ j^
«■ i Attwood. b Kelly j5
l^.Z^:»::™>--: ::: - ::
K«iaa»»E ::: ,
Tanner, not out , '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. *
n
Total 'nine wirjteu> "^
UNION COUNTY BEATS COLUMBIA OVAL.
fa the aeenrlatlon championship contest played
« willi»m«bridge. b»tw**n the second eleven of
' Columbia Oval Cricket club and the Union
jjMr ' rl-ket Club, cf Ellxabeth. N. J., yesterday.
w latter proved th* winner on totals of 42 to 5S
"" ' wlck< " «- H. H. Smith did the best ntlck
!U *?«*■ !o^ «- with »• On th« wlnnlnc Bide
r **r»mf ' rL. A - & - b ? oa %ook 6 wickets for 16
Or Miir4V» t n e look 4 for 30. For Columbia
KB c OQCJCIOU OVAL,.
Bg^^^s !
e<iwsr'dT o i) c a «Mb^: :::::::: :^; %
C?'V ! . C " G " « '' b Gibson . ..~. 0
-"t..u <J1; — I
... • 1
T **i .. —
— ~—~ ii_, 43
j. c „ trxtam OOCNTT.
C?. f?^J f e ar<l . b Murphy \
l"ti&'/iSJ:\"?~:::::::::::::iiiH »
Jr"s«. b brer.nan it
Ififti&W-iSir' :::S::::: 1
* v J " > - noi out ,J
>,;*■ OuftUrt. not out ...1......... ..".1. J 7
» aiSiV. •••• ■■■'■'■'. «
W.. 2
•■• Ulil and T J Leaf h did not bat. M
« tt-.il uti t J. Leech dlfl not bat.
DEFEAT FOR UNION COUNTY.
ft «-???*• te a of th * UlJlon County Club played
s*^* — <*> «Itto th Livingston Field Club
***£-'!"* m Friday, which resulted In a
b-'^t « r*?**. of the game wag the splendid
WV*r&n dZZ?Z f " r "*»n»?fm. who hit
* to Anioa Ct,ir; t v V? h t WM CB UKht by J. Leach.
stssßsHKßAwlth v*, f ? u 2l * M m » d « >»y
W] **ui. • p »s»0 Club. »5: Lnlon County. 8S lor 6
*W W - YORK - PH "-ADELPH.A GAME.
i J M , , Crtek " 1 Ul «™ held at tb.
2J*««. but, owtet toSfSS: ™* lborou * hly
r "*' rU ltfcair '* n*m», lt Wfc .
d i'. ,i«n hPri « V *«oclsite<l Cricket Clubs) of the
situation here and r«<j uwt t hi t the match be placed
on the list of fixtures for ««»• season. A Hosk
inKB. of the Columbia Oval Cricket Club, to who*o
work with i bat and ball was largely duo the suc
fnnVLft her« ?b? b £? he league series recently
ended, left her* for hi. home In Australia on Friday
afternoon- He will return here, however, by the
it«r'« ™trh' V? c to ••«»«* his club In next
years matches. At 1 smoker elven in his honor
jsSoSS?«"f *ur.ffi? e i» w * atch " nd chaln ln
NEWARK OUTPLAYED BY O. N. T.
The O. X. T's defeated Newark at Newark ye»
terrtp.y by 98 runs and 3 wicket*. J. Tolson and L,.
Brierley batted In splendid form for the winners
and made top scores of the (acne, with 39 and SJ.
respectively, while C. Parkes. E. Greweook and B.
Holden were the other doublo-fleure scorers on the
winners team, tor Newark the best work was
Gone Dy J. A. Booth, who was the only man to
make a Hand against the O. N. T. bowling. The
score:
NEWARK.
cc I K V^^. rr b r R^:. bßrt^ ;;::;:;;;;:;. I
J. T. Johnston, run out... . 5
J. A. Booth, b Parks ...1.,.. 1"
J. Woodward, not 0ut.... 6
A Johnston, b Parks V. 0
F. Lake, run out .. 0
M. Fin Jay. b Rice 1
W. fern b Parks 0
Bye* ! 3
Le* Me 1
Tetal *4
O. N. T.
J. Tolscn. b Johnn'oi •}
C. Patl:s. b Murray 1?
Hy Holden. retired (hurt) J*
K. Grewcoclc. b Johnston **
A. Rice, c Jowl«. b Johnston _<{
L. nrierley b Johnston **
M. Pn'.an. c. Murray, b Booth °
B. Holden. not out **
Eyes _•
Totßl <peven w!cket«> lts
J. Townsend. J. Douglas and J. Allen did not bat.
HIXTERS AT MIXEOLA.
Special Classes Attract Much Inter
est at Fair.
Mineola. Long Island. Sept- 2* (Special).— There
was another larse {fathering; to-day at the closing
of the horse show and trotting and pacing, which
were held In connection with the annual autumn
meetinK. the most successful In the history of the
agricultural <«orletr. Over twenty-three thousand
people were crowded around the half-mile track
and large paddock, where the horse show classes
were decided. The colony of Meadow Brook and
the Rockaway Hunt Club members drove to the
grounds In breaks, four-in-hands and automobiles,
and these were lined up about the paddock.
Mrs. Hitchcock's Klngsman. In the clans for which
Thomas Hitchcock. Jr.. oercd a cup for the best
hunter shown, carried off the prise In faultless
fashion by clearing all the jumps without a skip
and without one* touching. Mrs. Hitchcock also
carried off the second and third prizes la this class
with Tamor and Black Kriar. who took both pises
without much difficulty from a field of fourteen
crack horses.
Mrs. Hitchcock* Black Friar also took the cup
offered by August Belmont for green or light
weight qualified hunters up to currying 165 pounds
to hounds. Juuuo King, another of Mrs. Hitch
cock's entries, took the second prise, and the third
went to Bo P«"ep owned by J. A. Rlpley.
Th»» Hunters' Cup. offered by Clarence H. Mac
kay. also fell to the lot of Mrs. Hitchcock's Jouac
King. Samuel \VJllet9> Smette won the second
prize. There were twenty-four entries, and the
competition was replete with clever exhibitions of
"timber topping."
The rare of four-in-hands, about the half-mile,
was decidedly excltitiK- The conditions called for
a change of horses at the end of the first half-mile.
It wa* not run off until nearly dark, but seTeral
thousand spectators remained on the ground to see
it. Th« four of R. F. Carman won. and th* time
for the run, with th« horses .it top speed drawing
the coach, was 4 minute* 29 1-* seconds.
Th^ summaries of the horse show follow;
C:aai 1 .roadsters^ — Won by Edward R. Ladew'a eta. m.
Sadie McGregor. Harrey fi LideWs b. to. Elflnor MeUio,
eecor.d; Alfred B MacClar's eh. S Auditor 8.. third.
( :t»> 3 (harness horses, pair of horse* over 14 1 hands
and not exceeding 16.1 hands) — Won by Mrs R. ¥■ Car
ir.an's b\k. g Donn«r and blk. in. Bittern: Mrs B<lward
P. I-Adew's gr. g. Burner Brown and blic. g. KaUenjaro -
n-.i-r Kid second. Miss Mollle C. Mas well's eh. g. Rosebud
and b:k c. Cat's Eye. third.
Class * ihors«s. single over 13 1 hands; -Wen by Ed
ward Knlerlem's b m. Kinelng; Edward Knlerlem's blk
> Ebony Bell Boy. second; Mortimer JU Schir? • br. g
Baron Brown. tlilrd.
Claa* 8 (tandems)— by Herbert U. Pratt' b. in.
Lady Barbara and b. m. Lady Eocene; Edward Knierlem s
b. m. Kissing and b. g Ned Alllton. ttoond: Edward
Knierlem's b'.k. g Ebony Bell Boy and br. g Porter, third.
Class 11 rponles In harness) — Won by Miss Marlon Hol
llns's b. re Daisy Miss H«->n t.'ndTbllls »r. g Desler.
second: MIM Els'.c W. Ladew's eh. m. Olbson. third.
Class IS ipunles under saddle, ridden by children twelve
years old and under?— Won by Alfred B. Mayday's cr. f
Grey Eagle; Master R. F. Canr.an. Jr.'s. oh m. Lady
Urhtfoot, second. Master R. F. Carman's gelding
Checkers, third.
nans 1« <i>oc:ea urxier sadlle)--Won by Master R- F.
Carman's skew g Checker*: J. M Gerard's gr. m Th»
Flea, second: Muter 11. F. Carman's eh. m. Lady Light
foot, third.
Claas 23 (green and <juaJlfl»d lightweight hunters, up to
carrying 165 pounds to bounds: cap presented by August
Belmont>--Won by Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock. Jr.*. blk. g.
Black Friar; Mrs Thcma» Hltcbcork. Jr.* eh m. Jouae
Kins;, second. J. A Rlpiey's br. m. B» Pe«p. third.
<iui 22 (jrreen and qualified middleweight hunters, up
to carrying 163 pounds to hounds: cup presented by H. B.
I>uryeai Won by Mr«. Thomas Hitchcock. Jr.s. eh *.
Klngsman; 8. Ta»>or Wlllstn's br. g Wl'.burton. second:
Eainuel Wlilets'c a;, m. Sosctte. third.
Clans 19 (*•r>^le^■s saddle hor»e«. not exceeding IB •
hands; to be ridden by women)- Won by Ml«s Mottle C
Maxwell's b. g. Jacobite; Miss Oertrude Sheldon's blk. g.
Ace of Spades, second. Hermann B. Duryea's b. g. Iran
hoe, third.
c;e*» Hi (the Hunters' Cup: each contestant required to
ride over and In and out. stop, turn bark and ride In
acsin. but taking the aide bars to get out. then ride up to
a poet and rail fence and. without dismounting, slip out
the top rail and Jump the remaining bars; cup presented
by Clarence H. Mackajr)- Won by Mrs Thomas Hitch
cock. Jr.'s, J»n»a<s King; Samuel Wlllets's g. m Buietts.
second: Mr*. Thomas Hitchcock. Jr ». Tamor. third.
Claae « (women* hamese hors«>>— by Mr*. R. B.
Carman's blk. m. Blltsen. driven by Mrs. Carmen): Mill
Millie C Max well's eh. m. Rosebud, second, driven by
Mlm Mai Barnum: Kdw«rd Knlerlem'* Ebony Bell Boy.
third, driven by Miss Yetta Smith
Class 2* (green and qualified hunters: far the best per
f->rmanres over six successive fences, fire feet hlgflh; cup
trwented by R. D. Wlnthrop)- Won by Mrs Thomas
Hlfh<">-k, Jr '*. eh. g. Klngsman; Mrs Hitchcock a
Tamor. »econ<l: Allen Plnkertons g. m. Highball, third.
<"lam 2S (best hunter shown; cup presented by Thmnu
Hitchcock, Jr >— VTon by Mm. Thomas Hitchcock. Jr. *.
eh. g. Klng*men; Tamor and Black Friar, ale« owned by
Mrs Hitchcock, carried off second and third prises.
ci;, M 38 (pole ponies; dlstanoe. o»er quarter of a »•'•) —
Won tv P. Jones's eh. g. Buster; R. I/*wr*nce Smith jr.
m. May 11. second; J. R. Barrett's b. m Aneca. tDira.
Clars 32 (harnfiM tandems; nne-half mile on the track;
the leader to trot at gallop;— by R. R. Moore " o* g.
Lockout and b. g. MhJ«stlc: Edward Knlerlem s b. g. r«e<i
AJllt^n and 'h. g. Kiss Me. second Time. i:« - . . ..
(".aiis 80 (four-in-hands; to make a circuit of the hair
mile track twice, making a change of teams at the *£« or
the first half mile)— Won by R. F. Carman's Lady «.oee,
Irish Counsel. Merry I«egs and Clear the Way.
Th«» summaries of the trotting and pacing- races
held it the Mineola Fair are as follows:
TROTTING— CLAPS- -PURKE $800.
Ned H Woodnut. b. g. (Height) 11l
Oakland Pilot. br. g. (Clarke) ~ * i %
<*om«t Wllken. blk. g. (Demorsst) — } } J
Uttle Tide, b m (Thompson) • i ■
Florence I>~w. br. m (Murphy) -. — 5 2?
BuirrlKe. br. g. (M<KJulr*i ? 1 «
Colrnel Julius, gr. g. (\Vaterbury> * j
Kin? Muakiorta. b. s. (Davis) Sic
Frankleß. eh. m. (Wllltaroa). ••••••••••• ■ ° •
Tltr.a. 2:2lSi. 2:30. 2:21 H.
TRC/rTINO— 3:24 CLASP— »800.
Sultana N. b. m. (Remsen) 2 I i 1
E<-»ptle, blk. m. (Gordan) • * * »
Justin M. b. m. <Hen4rtekson) — • 2 2 ?
Ro«le R. b. m. (Rush) 2 « 5 1
S^lnkey. eh. g. (Racketti •••• 2 * 2 ♦
Rhythmic. jr.. b. g tOlarke> I o ? r
i.Mrlotta. b. m. <C-lalre) » • I 0
BallT Williams, br. n>. (Mum) } • « al *
Jessie I>«lmar. b. m. (Maxfleld).. •..•••••• 8 8 «
Time. 2:28%. 2:28 U. 2:21 H. 2:24.
PACING— 2:S3 CLAsJS— PURSE $800.
Laddis. hr. g. (Ooode) 2 8 1 ? I 1
Lerrlda. br. m (Hendrlckson) 1 « 5 i i 5
Miss flsunpeon. eh. m. (Darts) « » \ j \ '
Raleigh, b. K. (Powers) * 2 4 3 4 ro
Tim Muroon. b. «. (Brostdt) - » 6 6 4 3 ro
Or ward. b g. (Brown) T P « 0 T ro
P. H. U. b. g. (Varney) 10 7 T 6 0 ro
William Orbett. blk. s. rTlcehursn 8 10 0 8 dr
John C. gr. g. (Abrew. « i 8 «r
PACING — FRED FOR A IJ-r-Pi;RSB $»"»0.
Oliver Wood. br. g (PWUIP*) „~..~ ? \ i \
Jim Kennedey. b. s. (Davis) ~. ...... » f £ j
Prlnc* A., b. g. (McOulre).... :n:::::::::: 4J 8 4
Dan Pstchin. b. g. (Van Allen)^ 5 5^2
FAST TROTTING BY THREE-YEAR-OLD.
t»T TZUUdBt-m TO THI TBIBTJ?f».J
Lexington. Ky.. Sept. M.-The three-year-old bay
colt Bdward Audubon, by J. J. Audubon, dam
Silhouette, by Hambrtno. owned by Patcheti Vf!lkea
Stock Farm; worked a fast mile at the Breeders
Association track th»» afternoon covering the dis
tance la Z3l flat, sTOing the first half In I* and the
ij-t four fourlonl- ln I*7. This youngeter la a
candidate for the d.OOO Kentucky Futurity, to be
titled the opening day of the fall meeting next
month. > .
M'ABOO GIVES KIELY LOVING CUP.
All-Aronnd Champion Athlete of the World
Honored by HiE Friends Here.
Thomas F. Klely. th« Irish athlete, who won the
world's all-around athletic championship under the
colors of the Greater New- York Irish Athletic
Association, was the guest of honor at Bulzw's
,1 r ;, ; n UIvW I'ark last night. He Balls for home,
",, Wednesday but expects to return. On behalf
of the man;- friends he hats made during his stay In
mi ro-sntry. Foil Commissioner McAdoo gave
Mm a silver loving cup fourteen liicnei" high.
nm w'ATrB.
vrßv rB yon are through with this p*»* of fb * P >n * r '
hand It «o the Madam. Pee If she does »«»* hu « l up
(be "Little Ads of the People" lbs art thin*-
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1904.
BASEBALL
Mathewson Holds Pittsburg Safe —
Giants Win, 3 to 1.
RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Xew-Tork. 8; Pittsburg, 1. 1 Philadelphia, 3; St. Louis.
Chloago, 4; Brooklyn, v 0 (second game).
'"••■ game). { Cincinnati. 5; Boston. 8
Chicago. 0; Brooklyn. 4 (first game).
(second game). Cincinnati, 8; Boston, «
St. Louts. 8; Philadelphia, (second game.).
- 2 (first game).
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago. ♦; Philadelphia, 0.
GAMES TO-DAY.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Philadelphia, at Chicago. | Washington, at Bt. Louis.
THE RECORDS.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Clubs. Won. Lost. P. c. , Club«. Won. Lost. P. c.
New-York ...101 89 .721 | St. I^mls «8 71 AW
Chicago 83 60 .Bo7 .Brooklyn 53 «* ..ST.t
Pittsburg m M .SRB : Boston 48 »3 .340
Cincinnati 70 80 .568| Philadelphia ...47 »5 .331
AMERICAN LBAGUE.
Clubs. Won. Lost. P. c. jl Club*. Won. Lost. P. c.
New-York 83 61 .619: Cleveland 72 «2 .637
Boston &5 58 .fil6| St. Louis 58 77 .430
Chicago SO 58 .67»; Detroit 6« 7t> .415
Philadelphia ...73 AS .657! Washington 83 102 .244
The Giants defeated Pittsbarg at the Polo
Grounds yesterday. 3 to 1. Muthe.ws.on was In the
box for the home team and pitched good ball.
He allowed only four hits, and struck out six men.
MoCormick's error proved costly for the visitors,
for it let two players get across the plate. The
Giants mad« these two runs in the third. Mathew
son singled and Donlin got a base on balls.
Browne then sent out another single, which got
away from McCormick, and Hrowao got to third
and Mathewson and Donlin croaMd the plate. A
two base hit by Dahlen, followed by Devlin'* sacri
fice and Gilbert's single brought in another run
for the Giants in the fourth. Beaumont's home
run In the sixth saved the Pirates from being
shut out. The scoro:
NEW-TURK. | PITTSBURG.
ah r lb po a c J. Gilbert. 1f. .4 0 0 10 0
Donlin. 1f.... 8 1 0 1 0 0, Beaumont, cf .4 1 2 2 0 0
Browne, rf. .4 0 1 1 »> «>. Rltchey. 2b. 4 0 0 0 3 0
McGann, lb.B 0 Oil 1 v Wa«nor. us. ...2 0 0 0 0 l
Mertes, cf...4 0 1 2 0 0 MeC'rmlck. rf.3 00201
Dahlen. ss. ..4 I 1 1 '• ORranstteM. lb .1 0 0 14 0 0
Devlin. 8b.... « 0 2 :t »i I^earh, 8b 8 0 2 0 5 0
W. CMlb't. Ib S " 1 0 8 0! Rafter, r 3 0 0 8 3 0
Warner, c ...8 0 1 • 2 1 1 KohenalUe. p 3 0 0 0 8 v
Mathens'n. p 2 113 4 0
1 Totals 28 1 424 14 2
Totals ....» 8 627 14 1]
New -York 0 0 2 1 0 0 ft 0 x —
Plttsbnrg « 0 • 0 0 1 0 0 O— l
Two base hit Dahler. Home run — Beaumont. Sacrifice
hit — Devlin Stolen ba*e» - McCar.n (2). Otlbert, IJr..u
niont. Wagner. Leach. Double play-McGann an.3 Mathow
son. Left on base*— New York. 6: Plttubiiru. ■_• Flret
base on bails- off Mathewson. I; off Robetallle, 8. Struck
out —By Mathewson. «: by Robetallle. 3. Time, 1:30. I'm
pires— Moran and O'Pay. Attenua.ire, 0.106.
CHICAGO TAXES TWO GAMES EASILY.
Snperbas Make Only One Hit in First — The
Scores, 4 to 0 and 6 to 4.
The. Chicago players nhut out Brooklyn. 4 to 0.
In the first gam« of a double header at Washing
ton Park. Brooklyn. yesterday, and won the second
by a score of 6 to 4.
The first contest waj well played, not an error*
being made on either side. Wicker, who pished
for the visitors In this came, wan in superb form
and allowed only one nit. He struck out seven
men and failed to give a b;t»e on balls. Simile's
home run In the eight got In two men before him.
In the second eontttt The visitors made thrto
runs in the first on Shulte'a single, «'as<-y's sacri
fice, a double by Barry, followed hy another sirwle
by Tinker. I^umlev's bad throw ami a third sln&t'n
by MoOheaney. A bad thro*/ by Tinker,
followed by Sheckard's thren-lnutger and liabl/a
two-base hit. gut two men across the plate for
Brooklyn In this Inning. The visitors) kept the l«ad
for the remainder of the contest, wh!<-h was culled
ttftar the seventh, according to agreement. The
scores :
FIRST OAUE.
CRICAOO RROOKLYN
ab rlbpo a » •:. r 11. no a c
Bbulte, If . . 4 1 3 2 0 (> Dllloa. It- .4 0 014 1 <>
Casey. 8b.... 8 114 1 IT llgflir. rf .. . 3 " 0 t 0 •>
Chance, IK. 4 0 1 ft 2 0 l>nmlex. rf a <• 1 l '• ■•
Barry, ... • 0 0 1 0 «• Bheckard. If a <» » «» o o
Tinker, *• . 4 0 " 4 .1 0 BaU SB.. to o _■ « 0
Me«'h'ney. rf 4 0 l l 0 (< Batch Ib .. * •• ■■ i 5 o
Kvers. ■»...(•] 1 •> 0 Hr-»- n. <v . . H x » « •.' i»
Kllnr. c 3 10 7 1" Jordan, 'ib .Sons « >>
Wicker, p... 8 1 l 2 <■ 0 Croatia, i 2 •• <• - •: o
1 •; bbc . l <> v ii ii 0
TOtaU 31 » ir f f —
Totals ... 27 0 ; .. a o
•Hatted for Cror.ln in ninth Inning
Chicago 0 it i no I ,i a .. -4
Brooklyn . 0 0 0 O •» " 0 0 ti — O
Two hue -Osaey. flom* nin suite J.*'t on bs«»s
— ChlrasTu. 2. First base en baits Off <"runln. 1. Bit by
pitched tall— By (Yonln. 1. Stnirli out It- Wl-ker. 7. by
Cronln. 2 Ti.T.e of game- ; ■ !::;!•-» r.rr».:» »;. :
Carpenter. r
SECOND OAUR.
CHICAGO I BR«V>KLTN'.
alt rlbpo a »' ab r ]•■ pi a c
Phalte, If ... 4 1 8 1 l 0i Fill—. 1k.... 4 •> 2 12 1 0
Casey. Bb. ... 8 0 1 <> 0 <• <■• -sler. cf... 1 0 1 • •» •
Change, lb.. 1113 0 0 I^umley. rf... 3 1 » 1 0 1
Barry, cf . . 4 12 3 0 0 Iksjekafi. If.. 1 1 1 - 0 0
Tinker, »a. . . 4 1 1 2 1 1 Half. M 2 0 1 14 1
Ve<:h'ney. rf 4 0 1 O O <> Batch. 3h... 8 <• 0 1 - c,
E-vers. 2b.... 8 1 1 .1 1 O Ja'-klttseh. c. 3 0 0 .'. l 2
O'.Sell. c 1 0 O • 1 O| Jordan. 2b .8 1 O 1 8 <>
Lundcren. p. 3 1 2 0 2 O Mitchell, p. . . 3 1 O0 I o
Totals 80 «12 21 «|j Totals .. 23 4ft2l 13 i
Chicago 8 0 1 1 « 1 <V «
Brooklyn 2 <» <> 2 0 y o—4
Two- base hits- Barry. Lun<Jgren, Dillon. Pabb. Thr*» -
base hit -ShecXanl. £acr!nre hit — O'Neil. Stolen base -
MoChe«n»y. Trouble play Jordan and Plllon. Mitchell.
JackllUch and lion L»-rt on ba\»e»- <Tilca«a. •; Brook
lyn. 4 First bus* on balls- Off I^un-fgren. 3. Firm base
on error— Brooklyn. 1. Hit by pitched ball— By Lun«tj:r»ri.
1. Struck out- By Mitchell, 1; by Ltindgrrn, 8 Time, of
game— l:B7. I'm res-- Emstle and Carpenter. Attendance,
4.600.
BT. LOUIS ANT* QUAKERS BREAK E\*KN.
Philadelphia. Sept. 24.— St. Louta and Philadelphia
broke even In a double header to-day. Taylor pitched
both games for the visitors. The second gam* was called
at th« end cf the seventh on acourt of darkness. The
scores:
FIRfIT <iAMR
R. H. K.
St. Louis 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 • — 3 10 1
Philadelphia 1 0000000 12 8 2
Batteries — and Butler. Sparks and Pooln.
SECOND QAM
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 00 0 030x3 8 0
6t_ Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 A — 0 T a
Batteries — Ducglsby and Roth; Taylor and Butler. At
tendance. 4. MS.
CINCINNATI BEATS BOSTON TWICE!.
Boston. Sept. 24. — Cincinnati won a double header from
Boston to-day. 6 to 8 and 8 to 4. Feymour'H nutfleldlng
In the first game was brilliant. Boston played a wretched
fielding game, in the second contest, which was called be
cause of darkness at the end of six Innings. The scores;
FIRST GAME.
R. IT. E.
Cincinnati 0 0 2 0 0 A 8 0 O—D0 — D IS 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1-8 7 8
Batteries— Hahn and Street; McNiuhois and Need ham.
SECOND GAME.
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 1 0 2 0 1 4—4 — 11 3
Boston 0 I) 10 0 3—43 — 4 » 7
Batteries— Harper and Schlel; Fisher and Mono. At
tendance. 2.204.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
CHIOAjQO. i; PHILADELPHIA, 0.
Chloacro, Sept. 24.— Patterson pitched brilliantly,
and. with perfect backing, easily shut out Philadel
phia to-day. Chicago in the opening Inning- scored
<!;:-<■ runs with three singles, a double and an
error. The score:
R. 11. a
Chicago 80000001 — 8 0
Philadelphia 00000000 o—o 4 1
— Patterson and Bulllvan; Plank. Henley ard
Koonan. Attendance. 4,800.
GRIFFITH BTILL CONTEMPTUOUS.
[BT TELEORAPH TO THE TRIBUNE. 1
Cleveland, Sept. 34.— Clark Griffith Is openly con
temptuous of the Giants' chances against either
the Highlanders or Collins's men in a post-reason
aerie*. "It's no wonder 'Mufgsy' Is afraid to pkftjr,"
said Ortffith to-nigbt. "He hasn't got a hitter In
his Infield, and our outfield has got his skinned a
block That team of his has been up against a
lot of easy marks all summer— teams thnt Wash
ington could put lt all over— and his men have won
the pennant, not because they can play ball, but
because the other fellows can't.
"If McOraw doesn't manage to crawl out of the
poet-season scries, people will have a One chance to
com Dare) the American and National league stand
ards lof play. And If he does crawl out. everybody
In N.sv-York and everywhere else will know per
fectl^vell why the chance to make a comparison
was not afforded.''
CHARLES PFIZER WINS THE HONORS.
Second Day of Bernardsiville Horse Show In
creases in Enthusiasm.
Bemardsville. S. J - Sept 24 (Bpeclal).-The sec
ond day of the horrse show under the auspices of
the Somerset Counts- Polo Club drerw a larger
cro«.ri than yesterday. Not an accident marred
the Vhow The event which aroused the fjMlsWt
enthusraTtn was the last on the procramme. when
•Fx f5u"S-lVar!d« were shown. a, the splendid
!; Bmß Vtt*ch«d to handsome coaches were tooled
around the i ring by skillful amateur driver-, the
appUuse became continuous and hearty, Charles
Pfizer carried off the honor* of the day.
LITTLE ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE.
ART ANTIQUES AND CURIOS.
LANTHIER'S OIS> CURIOBITT SHOP.
„_. _ Incorporated.
K>4 Fourth Avenue, between 25th and Hth
st«.. New- York.
Importer and dealer In Fine Oil Paintings.
Rare Old Portraits and Gems by the Old
Masters. Old Jewels. Silver. Ancient Arms
and Armor, Works of Art.
Appraisements for Insurances, Transfer
Tax and Surrogate's Court.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE EXCHANGE. 188,
168 Weit S4th-et.. near 7th aye.. invites
Inspection of this most Interesting collection
of genuine Colonial. Chippendale and other
originals. Grandfather Clocks. Highboys.
C awfoot and spindle legged pieces every
description; all at most attractive prices.
Entrance 156
GLARANTIED antique furniture, mahog
any. Imported direct from Europe; re
pairing ot all kinds neatly and precisely
don.-, either at residence or shop. D.
GHKRARDI * CO.. 33* East 47tn-st.
AT KBUE-S ART OALAJSRV. 116 West
42d it., near 6th-av«.— Antique*, curio*.
eld jewels, Mlvrrwar*. rare fans. palnli&Ks.
miniatures and weapons. Old «old boucht.
AT THE OUD CLOCK SHOP. 130 Bast
2flth-st. — Very rar« and Interesting An
tlqu* Clocks for sale: repairing done.
FINE OIL PORTRAITS to order at mod
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OS Sth-ave.. Room 2.
ELEGANT framed ralntings for sale- bar
gains JOHN BCHUiOJAN. 40-42 West
2LM ?t.. rlty. Room 10.
DI SALVO BROS., antique furniture trlc
a-brac. Sheffield in 1 solid silver. 38R 4th
ave . near 2Tth-st. ; Tel. 2.240 "MaUlson
Square.
GKAGG ANTIQUES CO.. 116 West 42d-st
buys and s< Us olil mahogany, silver, i«w
elry. loionlal china.
AC'COI'NTAXT.
WM. H. FOSTEH,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
141 Brou.'.way, N. Y. Tel. 6351 Cortlandt.
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EXCBEDINULT cosey little suite, two
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In nrouklyn. SOCIAMI.E. ■•» 1». Tribune
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or small elegantly furnished rooms:
private bath, superior ciil.ttne. handsome
prlrats residence, near park; high class
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cellent culslna.
300 BAST 116TH-ST.— Furnished or unfnr
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ANT BOOK you want, send to PROW
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WIIJJ".U * FESTER, dressmakers. 219
West 40th-«t.. New-York.- -We arw pre
pared to receive orders for the opening sen^
son for ladles' and misses' gowns; prices
reasonable for first class work; first class
fit and finish guaranteed.
DRKSSMAKBR, perfect, wishes more work;
cheap: ftyUsh and perfect tlttiiiK guaran
teed. 41 Bast 12Qth~s(.. near Madison ay*.
DRESSMAKER.— First class: up to date
styles; At at ladle*' residences if desired.
Mire. HAVERTY. 515 East S4th st.
UKEHSMAKER. nompetent. will go out
during dull season, %2 day: highest refer
ences. ROWE. 104 West 89th -st.
DRESKMAKER. — First class; home or out
by day. HICKEY. l» West 103d-st.
DRESSMAKER, of B. Altman A Co.. ex
cellent fitter, autumn styles, experienced
Eton cloaks, will remodel, t'2 a day. Ad
dress DRESSMAKER. 203 West 14th.
FRENCH DRESBMAKER. elegant fitter.
latest Farts styles, tailor, princess, even
ing gowns; out by day, 42 BO; references.
MARIE, care Hoffmann. .110 West S&th-st.
MME. THIBAUD. «83 Lexington aye., had
returned from Paris with fall and winter
styles; moderate prices; short notice.
DLTKCTITS AGENCIES.
r.ETECTIVES (Licensed)— ESTABLISHED
BUREAU has facilities for obtaining
Information and furnishing legal ser
vice necessary for actions at la*; pro
bate. domestic relations, etc. Absolute re
liability anil results, without the necessity
of eonnding In other than one concern. All
kinds of legitimate detective work Con
sultations free. Address F. Box 27 Trib
une Office.
CORR'S Detective Agency; established 1887;
'.Iceniwd, bonded; civil and criminal cases,
60 Court-st . Brooklyn. N. T.
BAMWICK OSTSCTIVB EURBAU. Legiti
mate, commercial, criminal work; cor
porations firms, individual*; terms reason
able: authorised, bonded. 187 Broadway.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at thetr Uptown
Office. No 1,864 Broadway, between 3«U
aJid 37th. sts.. ant'l 9 o'clook p "»• Adver
tisements received at the following branch
offices at renuUr offlee -ites until 8 o clock
p m.. »lx.: 254 sth-ave.. a. ••^ cor -. 2~**'-:2 ~**'- :
183 6th-«v«., cor. 12th-st ; »" East tjth-st:
C»7 West 42d-st., between 7th and Bth aTea.;
2*« West 125th-st; 1.338 Bd-ave.. between
7eth and 77th sts. ; 1.026 M-ave.. near 91st
st.: 1.708 lst-ave. near «» th -^ J""'
lMth^t.: 75« Trrmont-.v..;^ n fi, al,v^'a 1 , v^'
nr.r 41st -St.; NH 3d-eve.; .W Dlettkejv
st . ; 82& Bleeck«r-sc
DRYGOODs.
litttTS AVIJ9 79e!#*"wTJtini. (J
s il Sample t ace Gtes at s !(QL
A ND you know that when we offer robe* at m
■""^^ensational'.v low price we've the merchandise
to fulfil our promise. This sale comes a month
earlier than usual because of the u.arecedent«d
demand for fine lace robes.
Here's a statement we ant t<-> make \n con
nection with this salt- — that there are $l»>,()00
worth of robes in this great sale — that no
other house In New York can show so many
fine robes— priced at less than half.
Remember that It Is only twice yearly that we hold this an!*,
•nd that it's now or never— so far a* this season Is concerned. W«
go further, -we say to you In all sincerity that ycu can come fully
expecting to receive a regular $"J5 robe at $1«>. Ju*t another word—
the assortment is so large, so unusually rich and beautiful, that
there's not a robe want we cannot satisfy.
Main F!ooc.
The entire showroom collection of three of the leading importers
of fine Paris robes and the road simples of four domestic manufact
urers; all In all. this will be the greatest sale of Its kind ever held
in New York. We have many feeble Imitations of these wonderful
sales— past experiences have taught all to watch and wait for
this semi-annual event here.
Think of buying $25 and $35 hand run Marquise lace Robes
at $10 — $75 hand made lace and Crepe de Chine Robes at $24
—$50 beautiful imported exclusive Spangled Robes at $18!
The assortment is vast, and consists of
Hand made lace rob»». SUrsjt *F*n !» saws*
Crepe de Chine robes. I'rin. • • lace robe?
Snowball net iaoe r.ihe^. Hun ■ la-.e robo»
Iridescent spangle robes, Opalescent %ansle robes.
Black spangle robes. Evening w^ar r<>b»s.
Silk corded marquise rot-es. I.l<rr<" la'-e robes.
Black lace ml>.«. Rabsa for sJm mill a.
White lai-e robes. Brussels la>» robes.
Reception wear robes, Ken lace robes.
$10 for $20 to $35 lace robes.
$18 for $35 to $40 lace robes.
$24 for $50 to $75 lace robes.
$37 for $75 to $100 lace robes.
EMPXOYMKM AGENCIES.
MBS. FLAHERTY. ■
-
E. V. ODELL CO..
SERVANTS' EXCHANGE
Established ISO 2. I: operated I*o9
101 West 42d-st., corner »Jlh-a\e
Telephone 815— 3Sth.
Selected family servants, male and female.
REFERENCES INVESTIGATED.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S
EMPLOYMENT Bt T RB
211 East flSd st. First class domestivs are
supplied; Slaa manati'ng hi»i-'eke*y«r>. ma
trons, governeases. lulrs, etc.
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT BfBEAC.
K. KLWAYAMA.
21S Columbus- «•■?. Tel 4.n«Ht — COl
All the troubles of ?er - . ant3 disappear If
you rmploy first ciass .lap.int
lIKLP BI'PPLJED BEST BBRVANTB:
«.\)i:rtesy. CONSIDHRATION. KINO
NESS EXTKNPEi» ALL APPLICANTS
IRWIN'S BITUEAU. 77 WEST 11T11 *T.
AT CARPENTERS Kmptovrn-:.
164 6th-ave. Eatabliahed IMT We ka>i«
best coachmen, gardeners, grocsaj
couples, farm forerren. farm haad*. Alt
nations, well recoinm*nded.
CARL GRIMSKOLD'S Employment Offlce.
1 1- East 22>1-9t. — mil, all capacities.
Swedish. Norwegian, Danish, •lus.sh. other
nationalities.
COLORED Women's Employment Bureau.
133 West Md-st. 'Phnne 1746J—Co&ta
bus. First cia^a he!?: domestics, dressmak
era an.l trained nurses; short notice; r- : :r
•rices '.gated
EMPLDYMENT fMUN. ssasd h«-!p for
country an 1 etty. ortvatn families an*
hotels. DAVI9 Jfc BRIGHT l.« Broad
way. Teleyht-ne •i.-'SI J- 3"th st
FINLAND EMPLOYMENT BUREAU—
l*rui««tmnt servants furnlahe.i to private
families: city or country. l,iAj 3i-a.e.
\62d at.)
miss GRAYS STAR AGENCY. 6t«9 fiih
ave. T«l nM Hill first class Jjmes
ties; male ami female; city, country
HANOVER FHTIEAI*. 328 West 50th st —
Private and rublic male and fitnale he-T:
all nationalities. T-I. li« 4 Columbus
JOHM H. DAVIS.— Hotels, clubs, restau
rants. private families furnished with
select help. 693 6th-ave. Tel. «li -38th.
LAMBOTT * FISHER. B»l 6tn-ave -hos
pitals, hotels, clubs, restaurants, families
supplied with reliable help. Tel 6352 3m.i.
LINO'S. E>tabll!«heil ISHH.— -Sel-,-t TsmllaeX
German and SBagjMsk help. M West VSnh
st.. near Lenox cv*>.
MRS. M. LOWE'S Fmp'.,>yment Bureau. 233
3d avo . near l'ith St.— Reliable help con
stantly on hand. References Investigated.
MMX. JACQI'IM, Bil2 6th-av«.. supplies
first class help, all nationalities: F"renrh
and German a specialty: reference* investi
gated.
Sa ' itlwJ class fer. cnts. A.l na-
SKK * WCBAMTMM, 342 4th-ave.— Reliable
servants: male and female; city or coua
try. Tfli»phone 370 Madison Square.
GAS LAMPS.
paid on receipt of price.
SUVIO HEAT AND LIGHT CO.,
1.079 M Are. and R0 Park Place. N. Y.
AI'VOrtTISKMI-ATS ajid sui ll»lhllH fM
The Tribune rei-elved at th.-lr Cptowa
Ofllce. No. 1,364 Broadway, between ::>;:!i
and 37th atSX, until » o'clock a, :u. Ai\-r
t:semer.ts received at th« following bran-h
offices at regular office rates until S ■ ' ~
p. m.. vii. : 254 «th aye . a. c. cor. •J.SJ St.;
153 Ath-ave.. cor. lit!: St.; 02 s!ast 14th St.;
i' 37 West 4-M St.. between 7th and Sib a> -s
263 West lMth-nt. ; l.*fc» 3J-ave.. tetwewn
78th and 77th »t». ; l.irjt) 3d -aye.. ncarSU:-
St.: 1.708 let aye.. near S;«ih ar : 131 Baal
129 th st . ; 756 Tremont -ave. ; i: M ■!».
near list St.; 554 ad-aye. ; Bleeciier-st. •
325 Bleecker-st.
HOLSE CLEANING BIKKAIS.
UMl'lltE WINDOW CLEANING CO.. 303
East -Ist. Telephone 306 J firameiry
Private house cleaning specialty. For
terms and references apply.
METROPOLITAN BOUSECUAJfINa BU
REAI'. — Window and general liou»»-
teeming; summer residences a specialty.
137 West »4th »t. Tel. 30KS J, Madison
Square.
U\U>'DRrE3.
"THE SARATOGA." 133 East s}<rh-s:..
near Lexincton-ave. — Lave curuuus v
specialty. Goods called for and d«livered.
EXCELLENT LAI NURT WOKK— iOi>»
and -.713 Broadway, also 68I> Columbus
ave. Wagons call and deliver. HENRY
nECK, Proprietor.
LAWVER.H.
MANHATTAN I^OAL. AID Op. tine), 302
Broadway, skilfully handle* all cases;
ortgage loans arranged.
LOST.
BANKBOOK No. 438.584 of the Union Dime
Savings Institution is missing. Any per
son bavins; a claim to it la hereby called
upon to present the same within ten d;i>*
or submit to having said passbook cancelled
and a new one Issued.
BANKBOOK No. 410.225 of the Tnlon
Dime Savings Institution Is missing. Any
person having a claim to it Is hereby called
upon to present the same within ten days
or submit to having said passbook cancelled
and a new one Issued.
a HOOK No. 235.883 of the Union
Dime Savings Institution is ralasing. Any
person having a claim to it is hereby called
upon to present the «am« within ten iUy»
or submit to having said pa— bcosi cancelled
and a new one issued. ___^__^___^__
LOUT 0' BTOlJEN.— Bankbook No. 2CB.*?^
o' the Emlsra.ni Industrial Savings &»U.
Payment sioppea. Wease . teturu bocW to
hank. >j. 61 Ch*iab«r»-st
13
I>RYGOOD!».
MAt HJNEKY.
CHEAP POWER.
?afe. Wraps* Durable ;l n,t |>eliab!e.
Penfl for special introduction prices mr.i
eatatogne. I'NtVERsSAL KKRuSEXEEN-
IiIXK CO. i!7»i \V-~t at
DTJMBWAITEES.
■ ■ ■ •--■ n'lUjn.
No. ■ AMKRK'.iX f.AS OVEN or anneal
ing fans. c. i. ompieic with blower an.l
rans: ■tasMMtsjM «;eel rate « ':-. with en
gines attache.l: N*». 7. Hsv I and No. 1*
Monogram blowers: *Thau*t fans .iri'l vert—
tilating fans tor sate. Wl'Kb.S BROS.,
11.* l! 5 CMstr st.
CHB-\FR»T PfiWKD OH EARTH, TH?I
MIETZ A WEISS GAS AND OIL «£.'
iII.SE stationary ani marine. 1 to «O
: iwer for Purr.olne. Electric Llght
lr? and ail oower purposes: catalogue)
mailed. A. MIETZ. 12S-13S Mott-st_. New
\ ork.
SCALES.— Bargains: all binds; Platform.
',UO pounds to 20 t .ns. ::'s hougnr,
soil, exchunged; airing, >-• iiiilSN, »(j.
1 . ig4 -■-
AT REDt'CED PRICES— 3OO second-hand
wood and Iron working machines; fully
guaranteed; machinery bought and «*
. banged. GEO. B. EDDY. Sas Miutison-et.
OLD COLD AND StLVsOs.
Ol.i. Ji:WELRT and duplicate «ejssVßj|
presents at the assay offica st IL F,
HOWARD. 10 John-st.
ANY ARTICLE containing Old Gold. 611-e
v»r or Platinum bought. Highest pttoeM
«aid BALCK. 21« East siitb-3t.
WORS-OIT i .OLD ANT> SILVER botisrS^
by R. LONGMAN'S SONS, gold and Hi-*
ver refiners. 3 John-st
OSTEOPATHY
_~ . - . m
AN os>ie,<pathi9t posrtrvely cures cneuaM^
ttsm nervousness, giv«a medloej vl^ra-4
foil at hoci«- . t patients' residences* Mrs
PI9CHEUC. -Us «-«ntr*l Parti West, 00-'i«s|
ltwd-at.
. . ■ 4
DRS. JOSEPH AND ANNA «OiIilA«
specialists fur ehronia r.-rv-jua diaorderas,
rh«uma:istc spinal troubles, ta»)wU.
wnknrt*. hay fever, by osteopathy ax>
SBjowaassjtm Hours 8-12 a. m. daily. 834)
Central Park West, near 93d-st.
DR. C FKEmtIK WETCHE.— Boors • «•
4. 1-! W»st swth st. Narvooa pi us*JS> l
tion a specialty. Talephons 837 — Hiverssdev
DR. JL'STIN. Osteopath. Hotel Mart ■»«».*..
Bfl West 48th-st.— All chronic diseaass)
ireated successtully. Open evening*
EDWARD B. VNDERWOOD. D. 0.. V*
Sth- ave. "Phone «.11>4 — 13:h St. Hours, %
to ■*:».>. Saturday, 9to 1-
G INFIELD PATTEN. D. t>. 91. IX O.
1 W. Otis, SOT. CMtSSri Park West. Hoars)
9 I Sat . 9— 12. Telephone 281 Columbia.
THE JOHN N. HFT.MKR INSTTTUTB OV
OSTEOPATHY. 12a East 34th-at.. eoraer
I.ex n?ton aye. T>leph-n» 7rtO Madisoa
■qoatev (iraduat* of American School of
Cutfocathy (under the founder!.
OPTICIANS.
EYEGLASSES, $1.00 TT?.
F.D.Seward, Sr^:, t i37lL23d
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
BUYING A PIANO? Buy direct of the)
Maker at the Factory. secure best goods.
prices and terms. LEJN3. Manufacturer.
Sq West B«th -st .. New-let*. W.-l;e to*
pr as and terms.
DECKSH PARLOR GRAND, cost 11. 9 M;
pr! - ''-Vanamakcr
n • $30. new. J.
\ BTWNV GRAND PIANO.
!:i exi-ellf-nt eomUttoß; paly JC2S caah^eoss
$1 f«». trXADW WARiCROOiId. I^2 Weak
VDd st.
TO SBCTRB a soo«J piano without paytasj
exorbitant prices, se- cur pianos. B. P.
a CO. 1.110 Pedford-av*.. Btooklyn.
PATENTS.
INVENTORS. PROTECT YOUR IDMMMI
Patents promptly secured: consultation
and ad\ire free. Highest reference*.
6UEPUEKD i PAJUCXJK. 3X3 Madison
iv*. corner 42d-st.
THOMVS DREW STETSON. 108 Fulton
at, patent solicitor: expert; estat>U»ae<i
UU. real service, telephone 4jyi> John.
FKI>TINO.
■•■•>. s-neral
its prices;
Ar.: -I-
KK-Sf AC RANTS.
TTi» WnVott aiat-st. i 3ta-ave. Ala
H. bRESUN.
Lnchow's German Restanrant,
10S--114 E. 14TII. Imoorter of Wursbuigjss'
Hofbrau. Pilsner tienussenschiftabrau.
SHAITLEY'S. B-way!bj^»th-SOt:i. Ate
The Carle, ItUiUWtl of the Restaurant
EJOStcb, 430. : Din.. *)o . wine. Select M«Bt?.
.donna's, *4 W. 2«h St. T'lh. Dtn—
Also alf.
T)i..i, Paf ."^5l W. Bway. nss* Blink—
.BUCK Lai, st v station; best 30c tdh. In
..ity. staSte eveniegs^
ROCKING STONK BJCSTACK.i N T.
Zaological Park— Take ■ Har
;«m R. R. to FordhaiT-- ■■»• - ■- :<■ ■' -»r;«.
■MM MB
CONTINENTAL Storage Warehouses. 313
31 l» W. 43d.. just off ath-ave. Tel. iS»T
fcth-st.
\DVBBTISEM3NTS and subscript! for
The Tribune received at their Iptoirn
Office. No. I.3*i Broadway, between S«tA
a'n-l 37th st».. until » o'clock p. m.. AfMsu
"isements received at the followtas branch
oince» al reuular offlce rate* until - o cine .
P m .. vU.: 234 Bth-ave. *. c. cor. 2M-*t.:
153 Bth-ave.. cor. 12th-st.: 9S fcM l«h-si. :
Si W—t -K!ct-st.. between 7th and SU. ayes.;
"•B3 Wesc 123ih-3t.: 1.33S M-ave.. t«tj** f ; »
76th and TTt!» sts.; 1.036 Bd-avs.. sw «!• -
it- t.7i>!* l.t-ave.. near "«h-st^: 137 E^«:
l-55ih-st. : 756 Tremont-ave : h5O 3i-*v»..
41«:.t.; i 534 Bd-*v«.; HO B^«ja«r-«.;
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