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TIMELY BITS OF ?TIPPE HOUR CUE M Charles Victory Faust at Odds Defeats Sutton by a Wide Mar with McGraw and Giants. -gin at Hotel Astor. THREATENS TO JUMP TEAM MAKES TWO MASSIVE RUNS Billy Klem Signs Three-Year Match for World's Champion Contraot to Umpire in ship at 18.2 Draws Crowd National League. of Billiard Lovers. . ?es victory Kaust, Jinx plenipoten? tiary t . the Cuanta, has handed his ultl , to John J. McOraw. After : day Tu-Mday at the headquarter*] of tne club m (Ul effort to pre Hie littl Napole?n lie departed with a determined look en his fa.'c whm ESddl? Brannlck gently hinted, by puitliu; out the lights sad locking the safe, that the .limits ha : not gone Into tK? ?hotel business and not furnish ?ccomraodatlon? for the night at th. .-'?. Jame* Bullding. Haust a ah'.- to get Into communication with th? manager yesterday, and as a result h> Informed Joe O'Brien over the t< lephone ' that Ik- would maintain a recepilvo atti? tude toward a <.onira. t for the remainder of this week only. H" th.n went on to ' say that h.e would ?o t,> the Waldorf- . ?Astoria t-e\t Tuesday, where the ?wi.? rs of th* league win foregather to .!; the schedule? and offer h!? servlees to the i t ?idder. Jre O'Brien was pussllng bis 111:11.1 all day over this matter, m t.. .;.!.- whether it WSS 1 threat or a |.10t: - O'Brien's hands have been tied in sif;*"? ing Faust f??r another s? asm*. Hi I-s not want to stand in the way <.r bar the 'progr?s* o? a brilliant i . but he Ins firn? i I -r to IfcGraw, and until ti.<- manager five* ins tuders he can do nothing. He told Faust that the Ui.ints already had thirty-five players on th. ?r- n serve 1 la the limit, and in ordei to sign Kaust the ohih mus? let scum- one go. Although Matty has made a better record than he did laal year. O'Brien declared that McGraw had tie. ;d?d t.> bans on to Big 81* f?>r a while longer. Charley thought this might be s wise move, ail things considered, but he aamed s couple of player* who he thought micht be : ir??l. William J. Kh.-ii. on? of Tom Lynch'? be.-t umpires, n "regular guy" and "little j..!'* of McQraw, chai:... Even tigmd a three-year contract with th.- Na? tional League yesterday. Many of th> playera and managers rent congratula? tions K . ??? ?ha? 1.- ? an an pin In the senior < ? ?ation for a ? sra He l" gan hi* 1 ? f? .-sion.ii career In the Conn. League, where h? umpired rial' a season. He waa graduated to th.- New fork I i. ?. and lat? r to the An?ei I an .\s soi-latkn, umpiring 01 !n ?ach. Jack Herman, of Zbyszko, ad? ? 1 the following mesaas to th? sport -:ht: "Tom Jenkins, the former heavyw? champion wr? tier ol th? world, will be satisfactory t" Zl yaako ; ? referee for the match with to be held In Ma ll*on s. Qvdra on Monday Bight Jenkins, und r th* conditions, is to deeide falls and foul* only, while the ? to at '. on atty other questions ?-??at may arise durln- it If th ?>? fail to agree then the referee shall east th.- ?ieciiling vot< iw..-\e.r-..i<i.- purchased l.y Hie-hard T. Wilson, president of the Baratos , dation, from John E. Madden, reached Bel mor.i ing the Wil? son laro-j ? to eleven, and they ar-- the i - youngstora that have ever together by th. l.ir st ible Th.- ?mers, none of which have ?beer n.med. are a bay ?olt by Ogden, sire of Sir Martin, eut of Tanke? Bister; a bay coll bj Planudos -Pocket) ? geld ? i?i;'i< n i nd a chestnut 1 oil 1 ? ] aak? a T ??? u Mr. Wilson b* kingly handsome youngsters of his own breeding in the bay filly G?ensata, a d,i ighter of Broomstick and L'Alouette, th?- chestnut filly Hester Prynne. by Disguise Witchcraft, and the chestnut colt Montressor by the yo ng stallion Montfort 1.ml. out of M?dchen. Montfort is at John Hynes'a Stamford Conn-, farta, and it waa iii?i?- thai Mont? tussor was foal-d H* I ng big colt and in many respecta is a counterpart Of Ills s. Of ihe Wilson bred let the Witchcraft filly at this tli ra t.. be the best Th?- dam is a Horoscope mare that waa fcred by jutn -.- R Keene nn.i the ii?' by Disguise really makes her th?- product of the Castleton Farm. Witchcraft wsi raced by s. W. Btreetl and later won for B, B. Bmathers, and later still for F. Am? brose .'lark, ihe is now eleven years ?.??i and has had few stud opportui Ferole, th?? three-year-old son of Orme Ferment, which was brought ever from Frame by Aaguat Bel mont sonn* days ago, will leave for the Nursery Farm, in Kentucky. to?morrpw. Tins young hois. is onlv intended for the t id, and his im? portation is of vast Important t?. the breeding industry, (irrne. hi* .-ire. also was th" i.;,f ,,f the mighty Klvm.' I OS Orhy. Rid ird ''roker's ?Derby winner: Or? monde and mariy nth^r.-- whose Dam. ? been elo^ely SSSSClated with the gloi the English turf for ? Kerole -jve.-id a full Fixt?-. ri hands high Ho is a bay. with black ?pointa, and Is without a whit? mark. His bead Is a re? markably go<vi ..ne, ai. i whll? his neck doe3 not suggest the Stallion, that In, In a measute, d.i.- to his Imuietu**? age Hla loins and quarters ar? particularly good and bis feel tad 11 tema suggest both ?trength und durability. He is .? horse ?f excellent temper, and it would be entire!} ? le to train him for ?<n the track. Mr. Belmont brought Perol* over to fill the ?.-a** at th? Nursery Btud mad? by th* shipment of Finit l?oek, the son ol Rock Hand, which la to sail -(,r the Belmont breeding farm in ?Trance? It is an ex rhaag'- thai bring* a new infusion of the 1 ish and Ft? ?e h blood to this country, whll? H return? ... i"ian<e th? blood of Rock Band, the Triple Crown wln ? ? ' hat Rock Band rental) s al y ?Stud ?'.o? s not make th? loss of Hunt Ro k s 1 one, whi n the ex? ? ATHLETIC LEAGUE BOWLING. -.1 Kllzal.? th had an ?XClt? Ing series la th? Atbletl ? League last night on the alley? of the former, th.- bora* com biiiation winning two out of three games, Beding it n ???? *arj t?> roll an ?xtra frame In th?: first coi teal and passing the thou? sand murk '?: th<- I Both tea I or in th* open? ing same, but ound up In a I fjjk, .i- ? 1 **<?< ...I'd excellently, how? ever, and >? in th? ? I. vt nth frame, _galn*1 Tli. acoi 11 RSET ?11 r, BLI-ABOTM llsiru . it:i h" --ms )? w. .m 2a rial.1 on. 100 -'" 170 Voll. IA.1 I7l IVi Ml ? !?1 1T4 *.'.-::; I 107 IT? 17.3 1 11 l?.| v- '. -.*"i ? :,, iK* nut 1,-,n its I'.i irw; ? 171 |H3 IT- A Wesl . 17!? |v|? 117 ? 'Roll ' Rome - EXCELSIOR - Naples MOT--*. 1m?? ?.???.:'??? hot*?.? '.an ???nui??.? 1 noue atoar ????HT?? motil . urutv ?mo com.one ?kl. .OC?' o? William F. Hopp'- successfully d?fi bis holding "f the world's 18.2 balklln? bll lard championship title last night For t;1 second time In less th n three months h defeated G?eorge Button, of Chicsgo? b\ challenger Tbe s<<?re was HO ? Th.? tWO ITMrt at B table In the grand bal room of tbe Hotel Astor, and the scene wa en?- which has never tueen rivalled al billiard match in this country It served t send Hoppe along at his most tnnstcrf' galt, im he finished with an average < :. snd high runs of ?M, H and at. ?m i\c unfinished ran of II erttb which h completed his strbig. Button's average ws H HT, sn i his best rni i were 91, SO and ?? M all tlMes Hoppe demonstrated that h .stand.? easily as the maater of America billiards ??? day. His open table play, >?? peclally when a number of intricate cusl Ions were require*!, was flawless. Th? n, h Is closely approaching to that phenomena method "f dropping on th?> second obje? ball, which in other ?lays cause I tl Jacob Bel setter t" stand Invincible. Hoppe was often delicacy Itself when l, softly sent the cue ball rolling to th? on?l object ball to touch it with B gSUS, earrom His a.ne fault s.-cm.-d to 1!.' In hi propcirsjiy t?> Jiggle his cue \?h.-n making i doubtful shot Baverai time? thii cause? him to miss, but he was far superior t< Buttern, wir.? failed to show sa) spee? whate' H was .. remarkable assemblage th about the table, In the boxes were ciaba r.it.iy gowned women, and the seen? a that ??f a brilliant society fun. tion rather than s billiard in.itch. This ?*ff<pct s ? phaslzed by the tinkle of son muai? ' o th? adjoining palm garden room As To? Celes the veteran announcer, remarked li in trod players, the charm of th? , situation marked a new ers In billiards. Even In Paris, so long regarded as th? il of the gam.-, there had never beei anything equal to th Indicated that the leadership In snothei 1 sp? rt universal t?> the world had i rossed th? Atlantic ?i<>,m and found a place h Am? i Hoppe was the first to enter the room, and Button followed in a few moment! Both w? ? ? lly applauded Button wai i. ? winner ??f the bank for lead end after spinning the halls with his tdir." r ? hi ?h...??? the white. Aft?r counting th? latlon opening chot, Button went wide on a ? -m and gave way t<. Hoppe The latter brought the globes to the fool table In three shots. Th.- chan ? '?? .? r. was Inclined ??? sha?? tliinlv. and aft. r a dozen deft cushion sln.is at ? i"- qui rtcn he, i?"?. wen) astray ?-:. a ?single cushion shot across the table. Hopp.- was in perfect stroke, snd was shown ?luring th.- early innings, as he swing of his cu.- ;?i).l t?:.- mannet In which the ball turned backwai i proclaimed him to i'- ? isy In miad as to the out?rome. Illy ;h<- youthful champion drew ahead and rt pleasing f? is th< rapidity with which cru h calle? ted II ? ron.s. Th. portly challenger was the fii ? I as Hoppe 1? ft the : safely when he returned fron? the table S run of JG for his third turn. Thi? ? r catried : pi?n i t tl hundred mark, si the tally stood at 10" to ? ) Aft- r Button's miss Hoppe ? ?ni tbe cont? I b picking off the counts by rather open play. Hli eighteenth count was s smashing nVe-cushion drive, so as to ge' the halls St top of the table OB the short rail. His tv.?nty-fourth count WSJ a ?hiring mass'- to tl " Then )??? played s direct earrom of lachee, foUowtni Immediately srith another. AI this Harry Cline, the referee, declared: "Not <>u-.,' to ? lldei m. n of Hoppe Ap ntly th?- latter had mlscalculati In th.' corner s?|iTTir?-. There was a ?t'.iiet dispute for a moment i whil.- CTIn? explained the "f tb" shots to Hoppe, Then the champion r? tired, ami Button re? I? d off a run ?>f I pi ? tty nursing and tem? porarily put him in Hi" lead al 131 t?? 130. Aft? It burst of the opening inn? ings had subsided tii?- two players lapsed Into a streak that was both uneventful and unremuneratlve. Strictly bo In the latter a- one .?i the Wall Btreet bankers present was heard to remark thai the ims were worth ? laetly 12 each, s - .?cling to the mai u. i f the purse for which they w?re competing. Hopp?- s i to break the spell. in had left him S fair s.-t up a- he came to the table for his eleventh turn. ?me pretty deadball driving Hoppe soon had ? ?? ? rolling smoothly along the iruis li?- led them to and fro, up and down ii??' length of the tabu-, und feathery touch. The counts came rapidly so rapidly that the tig crowd sat slleot sad spellbound, si if f?-..'ing t.. disturb the murmuring click ?.t the Ivories i Inally the ? .mi?- 1" r. lln? up at tl . foot "f t he table snd In the ceatre panel. Hoppe t'.alallai! .,\a. ;, mSSSe f.-r r.ll.ll' tltll.'. .ill.I when he ?h?! let g?, muffed the ehoi om? pletely He bad put together a run however, ami when, two lanlngs later, he repeated with tv tii?- crowd accorded him ; a full measure oi applause. : William F Hop) ? )?12 "7 :r>. 2:,. 8. . aa, i i, ft. se, >i, t? z, ie .-. 7- t?.tsi. 20 7 17, high runs, DO, ' ?iron:?' Euttoa (whits ball) 1 IS 47 0, 87, <?, ft, ft, 1. ?.. 12, SS, ."? i?. -". ?30, 21| i"'-... 8?0 potal . aval r- in k 17 high run?. ?J7. mi and 17 Re) r? ll.inv P ?III:?-, of I'l.ila??? 'TEST FOR DARTMOUTH FIVE Must Face Columbia To-night in Basketball Court. The Dartmouth and Oolumbls basketball teams win meet at the CTolumbls gym? nasium t?b-nlghl In s gamo which will havs llnrl bearing <?i. the championship of 1 ti^e Int. 1 oil? .date laagus. "Wh.-ii the two tesma met ?>n D?ecember 11;, at Haaover, iiarimout!. was ths wln ser ? the sdore <?i 1 to iv hut tii?- Colum? 1 Is team has Improved greatl ? then nuil, further( will have the advantage of the home floor, <m which they have not. i been beaten since IBM Harry Fisher. lh< coach, hai !"?? work li;/ the t?-am hard at practice ?luring the last two weeks, when unlvsrsltj examina? Ilona havs prevented tb<- holding ol trames, and nOW has lie- .in-n In ?- ndrtion to m<< t the lla!>'>'.?r m? n on even terms. DARTMOUTH FIVE BEATEN. Philadelphia, .'?'? b 7, The Unlveralty ot r?m.s> ivaiua defeated Dartmouth at bin ketbell t.?-??ii,iit by a aco?*e of :m to is. GOLF ON LINKS' AT PINEHURST. Ptaehuret, M. ?', Fab, 7. Three nineteen and tWO twenty hole matches added t<> tl'? jntenst ?>f to-days play in the St. Valen? tine tro': laurean* nt Burvteors In the tir-t in who play in tin- order gives i" morrow ar<- N W Dean, of Oklahoma, and ?? it Becker, ?>f Woodland; Dr. ?'. h Oard mi, of Agawam, and Merman W? nd. II, of it David's; Hear} C Powaaa, ot Oakasont, rin.i Robert Hunter, ef Weetsornj C N Phillips, ??f Atl.uiti? 1 it. , and B. T Allen, of Kux HilU. Vcggenburg ?alls 'Behind in T?f?lfard Tcumarnent Joseph Mayer Defcivt- Liederkranz Plover with Heavy-Handed Cue Work? H? v\-handed CU? work on th? l'art of Joseph Mayer defeated .J Ferdinand genbtfrg yesterday afternoon In th.?'?' ? .1 In th? national amateur - I alklii e billiard i hamplonshlp al the Hanover Club, Brooklyn. Th.- final score ?i ?pointa i?. 361, and ;.s a reaull Pog? genburg, the fonn.-r champion, i ellmin? ? Charlea F. Conklln and Morris l ?. Brown .-ire left as tli?- survivors of that triumvirate Mayer cleverly pul his strategic p e'er? -., m? t.-st in the game yesterday, th t.. nth of the tournameni . ; o well h ! wli id? .1 cue so skilfully that Poggcnburg soon fell behind. By pounding the halls sround the table for all ort? ol cual en can omi Mayer ? omi letely broke the nursing stroke of the Lieder kram player. When Poggenburg ?began to j.-.n out the sero sign every lime he cam? to the table his ardenl admirers knew that the end war only a question of how long - would continue at the open table style of game, it was then fore rather o dreary session, for Mayer took no chances and finished up in his forty-fifth Inning with an average of 149-46, and high runs of 42, ?i and 36. Poggenburg fell down to an averag* of 541-44, with high runs of 2.'. 22 and 22. Right from the start Mayer had Ihe Ivories cavorting sround Ihe table like a loi of schoolgirls on a merry dance. It looked more llk<> three-cuahlon carroma than ;i balkltne match. The effect was soon ; able in the cueing of Poggenburg.' ? ,,, bei ?i. t-. send the floh?? scurry irotind, but at this non of Ihl ig be ;,r (O th? ?kill Of 1 .. ... ??-,.. . ; ,,; of Mayer's whirligig ? ., ni* eighth turn si th. tan.. : .?if 42 and then backed It ind 17. - ' *? having difficulty In counting s total of ? for the same number of Inning*. ? ? seventh turn al the table . ,? -, desperate effort to overhaul Mayer. He studied his shots plenty of time, and was unusually careful , .,> | , med to b* that th? m T- difficult fir . ', id that he threw hi* cue i*l after oi <? ahot, the - Liiy closing al a as he deadened the rue ball to ? mui ii t?> the cushion May. i- finished i ul his itrlng with a run nf 4i , ,. . ? collected ?arreins. after he -.,,,. i .,, . i-,.. genburT* "?"*? l! ,vaH ,1,.. ,,.,. hit of doe? nci?_WBUvrlng in th? match Two match? will he played to-day, Conk . .. , ouina i? th. matine? game, ting Dr. Uffenhelmer In the ? \. nlng *rh. nummar) follows: 1 ''? l\? lo i 17' , : ? ?, ,, ,. ,4.0 n* 10.17. '? ,., 4, ?ver?*?, s m id, ai ?? i. "- ??? ?a? ? : points; ;. .il i. a. 22 and 22 i:, ,, .. i i}al1axh?-r Columbia to Meet Princeton in Dual Race. Among Others. The Columbia and Princeton 'vsi It? cr< will meet In a du >l race on Lake - I'ni-r on May i or on May II :.? \t, according to sn arm" ncemi I which was made by th?- management <.f th- f lumbla rowing cl .!> at ? ??' the .it ?? f.-i tl -? varsity and f ? ? n the rowing i nt . w ith . "olumhla. Peni li anla and Prli was t> take place on either of the above i.r.r. - by the announcement msde ? n |y not be held b? pprovs ? ? I of the Inter? ol:. : it Ion to hat the 1 i i ran In foi ?? thi June, It will bo the first tlm? that 1 at ?1 - * i ? - - ? ? . ? snd il t th? !:? tlC? ?OI th Will fixture Columbts > ? r .i i". th. ? RIvi r "'. Msy ; . nd Pennsylvania will 1 [ether ni i h as tin? American Henl? gatta at Philadelphia, on May n tl -. th-- management ha ? lu r of crews w 111 be entered In I on Memorial D crew win row ? . . and practica evei t Rice, the coach, will ha% time will be ? nter? A in on? ran ol her. A ? ? Huds n Rlv? r, snd the '? u will row an exhibition two i ? to t nd can t?- ? ompli ?? ?' te In Api ' The fr? shman i res s III ha? - i -.-?? ? le i- fore It go? ?it- final rat e. A ? has been scheduled with the Princeton freshmen, which will be rowed on ?i the da; >? Prln? et? will be a ra? between tin fi ? he ? "l mbia ' ? M gh B? ho? 1 of l hlli d . ? ? tl r i marta. a- for the frei with another colh ge first year crem nd t i i robable thai th? old : i ai ' w Ith the ) mi H w ill 1. Tl ?? laat ra? ?? m which the fr? fun? n will compete before leaving New York e ' Junioi ? ? ? nt In the Harlem r*i Actlv? practice began yesterdaj after? noon when the candldatea for both roport? ?i i" Rice for u ? Ir first woi sson. The squads were larg? ? .tr In I In p more than seventy-five men reportlm i all Tt? i e h ill he sdd w? ?-k. and ,i believed Ilia) the full iiuad will be moi ?? t ban one hund? ed In i unix r liana for the further development ol l Innd s'hlch ' ? Columbia managemeni > f- r tl"- ? rewi at Po wer?? nnnoun? ed. A ? ? : ulldlng w III be ? -an - un.-id ' n th? Ice houi ?? dock, it will ? ontain the kit? In n and dining roomi ai i there also ? III be a I I hall '??> pi..\?sinn will h? msde, i ????? ever, foi . Ing quarters, ai the men will u e the Il ??.ill be i-? . i * i,. devote the ??? tire upp? r d? <'k ol 11 a barge to Ihla pui pose. ? ? ? GOLF DATES PILING UP A Number of One-Day Meetings Arranged for Women Players. Dates for i number of one-?la* tourna menti were d?-(i<i.?i apon at ? meeting of th. executive eommittM of the Women's nolltan Oolf As-?.? dation in till., ?Itv yesterday, in casa, t-owsver. any <?f the selections conflict with the srrangements of the ?lab? interested there win i difficulty in changing to other dajra The committee expects to make s start si the Morris County ?;<?1 f Club on Wednes? dey, May t, and Mlas Eleanor Whitney will offer one ?>f the prises Ths club will also ?i.mate a trophy, while the Women's Metropolitan Soil Association will glv? the re pi ize In thl - a w? Il ai all ?.f ,. ?lay meetings. a week sfter the Moni?. County gather? ing the women will essembla st the I wood Country Club for s tournament on May 16. Practically the entire week, be? ginning Monday. May 20, will be dsvoted t.. the association championship tourna? ment, als?? at Knglewood, bul on Tuesday, Ain-, ft, the women will ph?) si the Plain? tul,. Country Club. These one-day meetings siso are ached? ule?! for the Hackenssck ???.if Hub on Wednesday, June 12, and at th.- l-'or.-st Hill i.'i.d?) ?'lui. ?.n Friday of the same week June u. Ths Richmond county Country Club expects ta entertain the wotnen <?n Tmsiiay, June II, while Mrs M. I?. Pater son, pr? aident ??f the bbsocIbUoh, bas of? fared s prise for s day at Baltusrol, prob" ably in May. The new handicap committee eras ap? point?t*. .Mrs. I-'. K. Ix.nohoe, of .Motitclalr. hosen ? halrman an..in, snd hsi sa .? win i?" Mr?, c r. L'eblsck? r, of Hackensack, aad Miss Ki.-mor Whitney, of M? i ris ?County. HAVERrORD COACH DEAD. riiii.'uieii'hia, rat* : Johs Oulraay, bead coach "f the Haverford football t ram, and i... mi. ? each ??f the !.. high t'l.iv. i ity tiack team, dl?*d si the Bryn Mawi H tal, near here, last night ??unm -i ?? "'? thi - u (s i week and his sllmeni developed Into blood poisoning. It li probable in will be burl? >l In i hi was formerly a resident of Una city.' .in r Harkness Gets $17.000 for 52 Two-Year-Old Trotters. Two ?? th ? ngagements ta the ? rotting futurttl? a from th? Wal? RUl h ..f Lexington, Ky., a*ers ; ? | ? TlptOn S?l- Of , at Madison . i ?arden The farm la onrned by L V. Harki : I I ??I...I : i Fifty-two (,. ad ? nt, an a? erage ol < Ton ? M ' river, paid t? a for Nortl ?? :-- . Man North, by ?loko Walter H Coxe, ? . iimuii on th? ? ; and Circuit, t Pel by ?, tdi i.... '??? Max? tried In - SO sa s ? : - ? .???'' It I by Peter I ted for the coll - mm? r llov ?> Ml**. ? Min;, un m mai ki -I Ih. trottln y Bli gen, * . ? dgned by F. W 1.?.-. w.-.t Springfield, Ma?.?. i ?... i B '??"? for : ? old trottln ear-old record <?f .? Hall, ? onslgnad by J. -J ,- . sal? .ti f'?ur figure?, of .i i Blmmone, B N J . foi ' M follow: . i r a Mar *i li.so* \ Il 1.1-' W R I ! SJB I . :? u )<? v tl . - ? ? ? M , ? I. , ? ?I.K- "'?"' ?? . i - ? I r.t?> . 4 I .' ? i?.i MO ? ? f, 2; V i< ? ? r .-?:'. N -, 1 IOS i N II *.-.*? ? ios - " : '? 'arm. 1 4IO -? Hi r? 11.1 'I II .. '.*" ? ? \, , 7(HI : , ;: i W I . AMATEURS IN LIVELY BOUTS Jabs and Uppercuts Mixod Up with H;ilf Nelsons. i . . ami" uppercuts ? omm indi i ? attention with ' and bo ly holds i" ih-- .itn.it. .n boxing and wreetltas loui nament, rontlnued In the gymnasium >.f the Irish- ?.ni? i i.-an Athletic < 'lub, In BMh ?tree! ? I ?. spite ti.ff.-. ? the officials, twenty-two bouts remain to i ?? run ofl Th v win be pul on Batu night Most ..i the boxing ?bouts were lively, but ul? the Jude... had llttl? to do. Th? fun began wiiii a preliminary bout in th?- 146-pound boxing cl? - bet*.n C Or, Of th.- hotlM elnh. and .1 K.-l.-nii in. an unatl iched hopeful. They sailed Into ?ach other si th? tap of th? >-*"?ii'. und Il er :.i ont ?? proceeded t.. "nail" his opponent with heavy swims ?.. tin- head When they had i.ei-n in the ring sn even minute Borger landed s suing on Kelei , man's nose, whereupon th* last named eri.-.i enough, A pair of 107-pounders, J. O?oodm Clark H. it--.-, and i:. K"th.-, from th* hi. Bartholomew Athletic Club, r>-it up th. liveliest battle of the night Kothe llghtenlni 11K? i. ft thai more than ? I counted the other's heavy right* Both aere al II hammer and long* at th* and of the third round, snd th* Judges agreed upon Kothe, who i^ot s Joj ml reception in.m hi friends. Cus i eterson, of the Harlem Vouns Men'i ' i l ..n Association, the l4S-pound metropolitan wreatltag champion, made .*!.?.it \\.,:k of C. Carlson, s sturdy rep itlv. ol the Bwedlsh-Amerlcan dub, They mel In the 140-pound claaa, and) Peterson pinned his man with a neck and aim hold all.r I WO minute* ami forty sec? onda Th? summaries follow: 11? >xi.\?; 11.-, i i'iim |.r> liniin.ii, i . ? Uorger, Irlcli A rii.-rl. .? r. A. <'. h'-:u 1 K. ?!? I in.ia, mint ' ta. I.--.I K.-i.-i niai, unit sfter ..n.- rulnuu of Oral tul preliminary .1 imff. <*?ntr-,i v g*, n \ . i ? .it |f. Tauter, unattaehi d. J ..i Knit 122 pound rlasa (flrsl semi un..!. .1 McKenna, Knlghl . nioay, r ? -? t 1 ?Witt, nbun un attached VVtttenbur* ?i??u In ????-..1..1 1..1111.I. 1 m,.11 .1 Zu. k.sa, i:.iu. o?.,11.1! .Miiiiii..-. i..,i .1. Corslllus, unattached Judgei agr.. .1 ..n Zui :,.... m n 101 pound ?iir-t t.. in: tin..:> K k.m. st n.H Mi..linn. ? \. r, i?,,t .t ??...i.liiiuii. Clark Hou 1 I ..Il Kelt." See.1 Mm- Ana! '. Kahn, Pennaal \ ? un .n.. i.. d Refer?-, stopp .? i.'.ut In third t.I u in:.-ri in?; ISO s?end . in?? uir?t t-rttall I Lance, Ber? it im V M i- A . I.e.?t A Kl...une 1. . || American \ a 3n0ge? agreed ?m> Lan n i?,r rorfc Sarood "m v in A \ . tine? \v Williams, Hem *>..rk Turn Verein, 1 , 1 it-.- ?"? 1 1 trial W i? ??? ..? HarlfBi Y M C \ Il 11 .1 lane??. An ? ?"???? .1. ?Ali. | ? Mo ?..und du?? .Lut ki.il nnal)? ?' Aj-._in.-n H 10 FACE HEB Attorney General Says His Dep? uty Will Consider Attell Case. CLUB ALSO ON THE RACK "Ty Cobb" Suspended from Box? ing in This State for Period of Ninety Days. At the meetim- of the State Athletle Commission yesterday the Attorney Gen eral notified the commissioners that his uty in thla city would consider their request for sn Invsstlgstlon of the testi? mony of Abe Aft.;i an?i his manager et the h?sartng hefor? the commission as the ' if the AtUll-Brown bout before the Nati? nal Sportlag Club of America, three weeks ego Attell was barred from hoxlnr-r In tirt? .state for Sis months, after S hearlnc by : the romminsion on the conviction that be 1 had "fake?! and stalled'' In bis contest with K ??? Brawn His chief second at Hi?? '-n.it also was suspended for a similar period, because his uncorroborated teutl made it appear that ?'?mm?ssloner <>'.\?-il had made s wager of |I0 on Attell, attributing the statement t<? Jimmy Car? roll, ?a boxer. Carroll went on the stand snd BWore he never made any such State? ' ment regarding ? I'Nei Commissioners I I'Nell and I >ixnn thorn-lit the conflicting testimony should be eon? sidered by the Attorney General, Intim?t? lnsr that It may Involve a charge Of per Jury, arid Thomas F ?'nrmodv replied, SStlng that when "the chartes sre Bled" t!.?' corrunlaslon consult with Will? iam A McQasId, deputy Attorney General , in charge in New V?.rk ?'ity. .lust what ? wan maaat by the char-te.s was not ex? plained. BO far as knnwn the comnilsalon has not formally mad?? any ? harires st either the club or the boxer and 1rs second, simp!) referring the matter to ? ?'M? ial for l.ls cousbleratlon and action. Charley Harvey, secretary t?> tbe com? mission, will see Mr McQuald end pre ' a copy of the testimony or kH'o him ? ai., i .issimni.ee in- may desiri tt ? ippoa? : by Harvey that the refer to "charges" in the Attorney Gen? eral's letter r- ferre.l to this testimony. I? is sal II t the ? ommlsstoners also wnnt the Attorney General to consider that part of tin? testimony of the National Sporting ?'luh officials concerning th.- per? 'rr . octroi of tin? . bib, and also the mon) of Tom 0*Rourke to the effect ths! he had resigned from the club some ' ? .v... :.n<! had n?. farther conn?? tion with its mansgement or control. A license was t t l??sued to the Krilcker bocker Athletic ?'lui?, of Albany, which l.Btly wan reported to I,av.- received B writ of mandamus fron? Judge Rudd, I i \ .m . ordering the commission to give i bs< ? I on the report of Chsiiea i Herrick. to the effect that the commis 'on hsd n>> legal grounds for refua? ?i.?- club. Th.- commission objected ?o the quarter? ? '. i.- tin- club snd also later lo th.- us?? of a theatre for bouts, but It WSJ referee that the i lib bad Ith all t-e-iulrt'in? ; ts of the lav by providing suitable <iunrf?r?i for !tr< lout-. Commissioner Freak ??'Neil win consult with th?- Attorney General or see .Indue Hiidd before Issuing 'he license Frank l'w-ver. a former pitcher of the '? CUb war? appoint--?) a boxlnjr In toi in Geneva, S, v. where h>- h,. h II hotne In n-cent yeBta. I >w ?et? wa?, conne. teal with the <'hl?')?i*o ri"b In ' \i" n ? a m itra.;?-r He . in mon ears s sad of the Poll? ? Depsi ? ? ? In Oenevs Joseph s-.tm-r, of BufTslo, ?? i sn Insp? ? tor m that dli ? ?' ? ? ? Ived from two B m i .1 Club and the 1 'tub. of f/m?,' Islan?! but II ? ? ?? "? ??? ? withheld because i'r??<l were n??t conform?-?! making ths applications. ?,.... Btrrieo, who sppsared i.??f?.r.? the ? " In behalf <.f th? Malvern Athletic Club, charged by a boxer with falling to pay him a mu.ill percentage f?.r a preliminar) bout, had his lleeaas boning refer? ?? revoki i Birr.? o admitted in his testimony that he was matchmaker for tin? ?bib. as well iiH s r- f.-r..-. which 1b a violation of the rules of the romnilssiuu. Al HaiK'ick. a negro i.ox.'r, was the com? plalnsnt against th?- Malvern club. He een? f? ml? ?I that the Club had not pat?! him ??) p.r ??ni <?f all tickets '??1.1 as his Share for appestlng In a preliminary i?out. He sold tr.-k.'tH worth MM, he told the commission? era, but didn't ???'t hut MA The ?ase was ) ?sail. "Ty Cobb," a featherweight b<?\.-r of Philadelphia, was suspended and barred fn.m boxing In this state for ninety days ?m the complain! of the Pot*don Athletle ?lull that "Cobb" bad failed to appear for n I?.nt With Patsy Kline at (he ??rand street ?luh. The commissioners dismissed it??- earn? plslnt of th" raaaagar <?f "Touni Brae," ?.f Philadelphia, who put in s cinim f..r BSOj forfeit from Bamm) Kelly, which Iih.i i.n posted f"r tin? appearan?-.- of Jack ??o.id man It was shown that th?> bout li.ol been called ?.ft b) Kelly by agreement with the ?lut. Isa ?lu>H before the hoot ami that no patrons ?>f the club ware dlssppolnted by the Bitanga, The sainralaalon ais?, dec de 1 tliat the contract was defectiva, in that It called f?>r the Men ta appeal and weigh In at a certain hour, but did act hind them to box. "Knockout" Brown, "the (agical light? weight champion*" will make his first ap* pearaace In Brooklyn when he faces Prankle Madden, the Bower] champion, In a ten-round tioul before the American Bos im; club to-alght Brown has not ?tosed siace h.- was outpointed by Leaoh Cross, and be Is In prim?' condition f??r the fray. Madden at one time was a ??????1 lightweight, but he w.-nt the way <>f most boys who de? pend ??n their strength to take the platte of skin, and hard heatings sapped bis vital? ity ii?- showed, however, In a hard fought struggle with wiiii.? Bescher that he i?* <?n the ITS) "back" and hopea to force Uiuwn to the limit ni Mm ability. Bddle O'Keefe ana Jabany Duwlee, Jwo featherweights, win meet la Ihe main bom Bt tbe National Iportlng Club of America tO-nlgbt. The boys are rated as cb-ver and both aspire to a match with Abe Attell. Packey McPartand teas f?srced t?> call off his match with Young Brno in Philadelphia i. i sight, owing t?? tin- badl) swollen left ? ye Which h?' suffered In his match with Kid Bums at the Fairmont ?'hit? on Tues? day night it was the llrst time In i>ih ..ir-i r that the sto?kyar?ls l?.>>' ever had g Ida. k ????-, and the member was so sor.- and swollen tint lie ?lid not feel Justified In meeting a man ?if the ability ?f Knie. II 'II. lira a I, \i,,.||..u, A. A. La.at II. ITyillll?. ?'?nirai ?, m. iv a Julis?-?? ptaW?vi Agaawnnon f..t li?las ""? ii."si work Heconii - :..) liui.i I-', iiiiiikiii.in. Bducatlonal Alliance, ..mi .1. paatossl, Orask Aswsicsa A. \ . ?? if ?tl? a .. tilm minuta ?in??? Third semi anal Uua Prtsraen, il-iri.-m v ||, \ tin... ?? Carlson, Bwjdlah Amartesn A A . ?Ith .i m- k sad un" i???'?' Time, ?trio. ri.uriii ??ml mini M Neto?*, HerUm v if, ?' a. ihres a si.ff.ii-. Kil-nii'-ih Y M C.A., ? 111) .; I ii li.,1,1 '[ IHM, I '" i'.?? pound uIbss '""?' s""1 >ssl) t? Utowlta, I n.li.il \!lhlll. ?', lllla-a?. \' VOSSO, l'.mlix ,'; ,,. I-..,.. I ?III.-. . I" ' ni un..i I. Hun*.Ti.., ??i.?, .-a < ?, ii.it ii i. .n;,., National furs Vtu-u?. Jad?,?.-? I i Buggl n? un werk. MIKE GIBBONS. Who kne-eked ..?it "Yoong" ('ashman In fourth round of bout last ntaht. KNOCKOUT R?R GIBBONS "Young" Cashman Lasts Four Rounds with St. Paul Boxer. RESULT NEVER IN DOUBT New York Boy OutclaFsed from Every Angle by His Skilled and Powerful Opponent. Outclaaaed from every anule, "Young" Caahman, ?>f this cltjr, was badly beaten 1 nn?l knoeked o it by Mik?*- Olhhon?. of St. Haul, in th* fourth round of ;i ten round battle at th?- Empire Athletic Club last night There was never n moment when | the result was !l doubt, iiii'l ?"?txhnian finally went doam befor? 1? ft an?l right hooks to (he point of the ehtn. Olbbon* Hhowed all : is masterlv skill. He had two pounds the better ?>f his op ponent, hut even without this advantage th* result would have heen the saiUP. lie : waa in and out ::;<<? a shadow, placing hia imni-h--'-- where and when he pleased? and during the battle Cashman failed to land a .ioz?-n clean blows. ? tshmsn opened like a whirlwind. H<*> missed a left, hut forced Hlhhons across ?h?? rlnir, hnokitu,' a 1? ft to the head and slamming a right to the body. H* misaed a shower of blows, for while h>* was ag? gressive. Olbbon* was cool, ?lever and ?rorked prettily, a solid '??f' on the face : ' i-hm.in 'ipon his I,.els and drew th.. blood from his mouth, a volley of lefts drove Cashman'* head back? but h* rallied and had ., -hade the Iwtter of the milling. Olbbon* blocked nicely and slipped tn a 1 number of hard blows. It was n sadly bruised, battered and 'beaten Cashman who retired to Ms corner after the second round The master me chanlc from the mildl.- Weet Jabbed him with S powerful left to the fare that ? d horn- like a pistol rod and drew the blood, Cashman r?reled from s heavy riaht t?? the law. With mer. Iles* precision Olb bons went after him, working both h.?n?ls to the face or body at absolut* wlIL Arm weary ami slow, the gam* Fourth Ward boy tried his best, bul I ?? wa* totally out rlsssed. Gibbons stepped Inald? his weak ? i:i crushing, short-armed punches The crowd roared to stop it, bul Cashman returned t>> ? Th.- beginning >.f the forecasted end cam* In ihe thinl round, snd Cashman'* superlative samene ? alone k> pt him on his f-set Th?- St. Paul man walked Into him. Jabbing al will irith s i?-ft hand that never mis*? d Olbb him from pillar to poet, and the final bell found ''ashman limp and weak <?n the rope* from a vicious rliiht ha: d pros* on th* Jaw. tattered and bleeding, the New Yorker wai hle.l a ross tin- ring In the fourth round Sure of his man, QlbbOtlS walked and whipped over ? savag* l?-rt h.??k. .'ashman's knee* Bagged snd b? lurched Into n clinch. Mik.- hurled him off and battered him across th* rln?. After a minute (.f boxing, Olbbon* crash..*.1 his right lo th?- Jaw and Cashman'* hands dropped powerless at his ?-ule. Hike a Hash ibe st. Paul boxer whipped a i.-ft hook to the jaw Down ?int his op? ponent, and f..r stghl Meenda he never moved a inn.-. |e. At nine he staggered to his feet and. gain.- to tin. bitter end, simed .. rigltl at hi- opponent it was in vain. His numbed muscles could not obey th?. demands of th.- dased brain? ami while th.- punch f.ll short, GlbbOftS hurled a left and righl t?. th. point ,.f th. ja-.?,, .'ash man fell and WSI carried t.? Im? corner by bis ?proud*, the referee and hi* opponent. young Rellly, th.* West Mds featlMr? woipht. and i"-- Wua*r, of the Bast Md*, fOUght B hard ten round draw at the ?Long Acre Athletic ? luh laal night HONORS GO TO LEACH CROSS Outpoints Johnny Dohan in Hard Fought Bout. Leach Crosa the East Bid? boxer dentist. outpointed Johnny Dohan, of Brooklyn, In a hard fought ten-round h.?ut ut th? Irving Athletic Club, of Greenpotnt, last night. Th.- Manhattan boxer withheld all his ag gresslvenea* and speed until th?- laal Ihres i.mi,.Is, when he made a grandstand tlnlsh. |...han torced Cross in the > arly stage?, landing an sffeetivs kt*t Jab and uppercut frequently. Dohan lia?! th.- tirst round by a ?had*, as well as the second and filth rounds. Cross sained tin- honors in th* third, sixth and the eighth, ninth and tenth, whll* the fourth and seventh were battled i.n i-v.ti terms. -* ORESCENT A C. PLAYERS WIN. Creecent Athletic club squash players ' ?-..re victorious In matches with the Engte 1.IIII.1 ?yield Club and the Bnglewood ('luh -resterday afternc-'o. Ths Half -Moon men ?on four out of I ?/? games la each match. The scores follow: .-n?..-.nt a. C. ... Bnslewoed r c <* if. nuil, ir (fi-.s. .-nil. defeated A. Amend, 1.1 1. 10 12; S. M. ?Beiden (Oieaceat) defeated Plain, l.'l 10, l.'l h. li|-..?lkH .' I? 'HI. ilefeutl-ij ?',,|>|,e|l. IB n. IB II, .' II. Bull hi.-.'.iii) defeated Barter, 7 la. is 10, IB 12; Humphrey (Bn flewood) defi it?t?d r..n.n ?. IB 9, 13 IB, IB ? <i.m. t-.it A. C, ?. *. Kn?l.'\??)?..l ?'luh c H, Hull. Jr. (Crescent), defeated Durye?, 1.', !? 13 i.'., is u? Torrence l?Cte*cent) defeated Chater, IB ?. IB '?': Baldwin (Crasosnt) de f..c....l Bhepard Homanr?, IB IS. is it, is i;; Brooks ?.'ni.,.--in defeated Peabodjr, i,i -j' il ni. 1,1 v Hartshorn tB-xlewoodji defeated C m null. IB 9, IB II _?? o FAST HOCKEY IN PROSPECT. Another important gam* In the Amateur ll'i.k.v LaagUS cliainpiotisliip ra,,? wlll he played to-niiiht, when tin- Crescent Athletic ''luh and Ht. Nicholas teams meet In their aeeend gasss of ths series nt th.. nt. Nich? olas l?ink \\ Inn these two t.-ains nut I?. - lore the St. Nicks played unusually well and BOrpViSSd th?' ho.-k.y expsrts ?>y h.-iit Ing th.- champions iu a clOSS nanu.-, which rttquirt-d an extra period to deudu. ion m mm Enormous Amount of Money Will Be Spent During the Year. CALIFORNIA MAY LEAD ALL Department of Agriculture Fixes Probablfl Outlay for Roads at $140,500,000. Not all the exp-^nditurep of the next twelve month:, for good r??a la throughout th? rountr- hav* been definitely <i upon, hut th- .-?mount is ? *?> run up to 'i..'." .',> 0 The?? ar* th* ipproxl mcic iii/iire}., seoording to ? n ?u of Honds of the ?Department or' Agriculture si Washington. What the added mileage will ' 'e no une knows, ss this ?xpendltun b* not otiiv for th* construction of new highways, but tot Ih? upkeep arid im nroventeat of existing roads, in many casen where aUtOtnoMI? trafld is heavy malt '.-.inc.- I* as serlOU* a tactor, almost, ne construction. California. It Is likely, will outstrip New York In the ?mount of money axpeneod ir. go.-! ;? .'?.is this year. The ?stlmair- is 111(100,000 for California, n2.ooo.ot? for Mew York, ilc.mo.i'.i for Colorad., snd $J,.VX).00iJ for Connecticut Whll? no figures are given for th* other irreal road-bulldlng states, It is probable that ?Penneylvanla ami Ifsasa chuaett* artll b? cloe? to the top In outlay toarard this end. Pennsylvania, in particu? lar. I? just beginning an era of r.?a?i Itn ? provemrnt that premlSSS to place its high? ways on a par with those of N?*w York I and Ifaesachusetts. For several years past California has : been doing magnillc-nt work in the cause Of go ?1 roads, and that stat.- possesses at I the present time S network of boulevards that probably sxcets the most elaborate ? roads of any other part of the United ! States. Much of the work is beln-,' done In the vicinity of Los Angeles, the piay ' ground of ths state, which year by year draws a large number of Eastern million? aires, who enthusiastically promote the con? struction and Improvement of highways. In the amount to bs expended by the Of Colorado surprise will he ex 1 by many. This' action is an out ( growth of the nation-wide agitation for highway Improvement that has been gain? ing momentum for some years. Colorado !- probably the mo*t m >-:ii< ally beautiful of all the states, and it has Anally been rec ognlsed that thousands of visitors can be attracted annually If the state can once gain S r?putation for the quality of Its highways. Eastern motorists who confine th.-ir toir lng largely to the White Mountains are hop? ful that the various states- emhra td in ths lihal tour will upend some real money on that magnificent route as soon as weather conditions permit, 'i'hls Is not to say that much of the ideal tour is m-r all that its name Implies, but ther.- WS* e. :,.-r.il .-. mptalnl last fal! r-gar.ling tho deterioration of the extrem?- eastern sec? tions of the famous touring circuit. I'nless all the tour is placed In first class condition there will undoubtedly bo a fall? ing off in the volume of trafile. Motorists, unfortunately, have a, habit of accepting c.I roads as a matter of COUTTM, Tl Sir re? ports to fellow travellers, as a rule, have to ?]o With the ?I'.scomfotts of travel, and for this reason the comparatively small amount of bad road on the tour Is likely to adversely affect the entire fabric Norr?8 Mason, manaeer of the American , branch of Renault Fr?res In this city, has I received an order through the Boston repre j tentatives of th<* company for a ho-M horse? power alght-cyllndor V-shaped aviation motor, to In lnstall-d in a Bur-.*. - M I that is being constructed for the govern? ment by the Burgess company. Th* motor Is to b* of the same type as that us, d by : Maurice Fartnjin in the machines uaed In the French military trials. One of the guarantees required by th.- government in -, the oid.-r la that th.- motor shall be sble to sustain the machine m for a period of two hours. Mr. Mason hss ? ableo the order to the home company at Billancourt, Fran-o. Forty-one cars of a special typ* was on.? 1 of the record shipments of the Iv Mon | Bouton Company, of France, toward th? end of th-> ymat Just closed. They were purchased by the Nizam >?f Hyderabad, and w.rc used by his guests during ' ? recent coronation ?iurhar. Bach ? I ' seated sixteen persona The bodies srer* of th.- conventional torpedo type. Th were tltte.i with four-cylinder motor.-, ll,?jx?i inches, and pneumatic tln-s. :'-ix3 inches. * ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL FIVE WINS Defeats Polytechnic Basketball Team in Desperately Fought Game. The basketball team of Ht. Paul's Bcho. I, Of < ; ltd. n < 'It v. won a .'.. ipi i at? panic- from th* l'olyt-di- ! I'r? paratory ?-.-i ooi. of Brooklyn, on the former's court. yesterday by a --core of U to n. Poly, hi i n. lead of 7 to * at the and of th.? tir?t half In th* second period -st. Paul set such a terrific pac- thai th* visitor--) v . ik.ii-.l ."id were outplayed. Yailnaia. I at centre, and "Whltey" >3aer, the rornie?. Boy*' High athlete si left forward, did go??.| work for Ih* Garden City Bv* The llne-Up follows: St. 1'aulV .--i i'?? it'.<n. Polv Prep ill. .U. Y. Schult* . ?'nllliis .I! Y. 1 \ ...ln?1* .*'. Qoldthwalt* . U. Q .Oro v ? 'h Um? r* .u ?i. v Substituto M..rr.?.i 1er ?Sro?tt-.?. k > ;.> il , :r..iu i t'>|.| m Paul's: B .?i ? o. - "ol In?, ? \ ad nail 11?. -"e > Prep: Adlhss. ?leais from foul Beer .*? Goodwin .'.. liefer.-. Halmen, ..tura: n m. , ? ,-.. 1 an.- et liai?p?. Twentj miaul ?- m ? PICKERING TO COACH VERMONT. Minne*poll*. F.-h. T.?Bari ?Plekerlagi ?**p tain of th?- ipii team of the University of Minnesota, has accepted th?? offer of the I'nivi iMtv of Vermont to coach the football team this year. WHERE TO DINE ri(.\vi:i.n:iis' ro.. tstor Cosrt, 20 w.-ot :tith Pt. Ttlpphonj 2412 Murray Hin. _____^ LUGHOW S 110*te lit Rast 14th St TeL. 1?SS> Starv**aSS FAMOUS UKRMAN KIMAIKWI A l.A CARTB. TABLE D'il. ?TH Music b) The VIENNA \ktist ? u?.-iii?stra WUREBURUER hopbrai*. Pilsener Genossenschafts-Brau&rei (?KAND I'KIX Brus?li Bsp m.i.e. i-mi ?t,rtV?-ll"H*iUM ?--? ?.lili I A IJ.Woi ET ?Il MI TT?*4 lid M ROOMH. Ml Sic. ShpllH?.H. Struk? an.I Chop?, u Hi.pelaitv. Bl?BTietlIllD'f'hlness heMaurant. Ale. 7 jf* rUH I OR I HUN U'"' St. *** Bv?. TsleKram ? ? : i *, W :*.".th Si UflRFTTI T*'* -"H Murray" Din., w. w.. ?so?, munciii i ?, a w .to?. P0MMERY X THE STAND?HD FOR CH?MPAGWE QUUITY. SPORTING. TO-NIGHT - TO-NIGHT national Sporting Club EDDIE b'XEEFE vs. JJMY D?N0EF. rrl??-? ?I. **'. ?*.*- I???x tVaU $.100. HORSES AND CARRIAGES. ? H W*<*KH; Mi:*.' ?f Bsuadroa v w oth? ptersona <??nin? horwa tultabl? for "AVer's mount, at r?asonabU pri?e, i t? i ommunleat* with Mates u T i i \ i i*i:t;s?.N. llotrl Astor, N*w York, balota Friday ni??i.i.