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THE SUN MONDAY MAY 20 1889 8
= ON THE BASE BALL FIELD
ornln KXCIT1XO OAMtt 2 T
nnooNtrNs JUN
WU1II2 IKt
AUt6 UZCI XII
nemee llDrrnhoulAA Meetlaa or
Ui flail PHiyr ° IlrolherUaodUora
I plo JI jIaeriTbO Ueor
tutniitc from all tho chapters of the Base
1llIteR Brotherhood nero nt the Vlftti
titliTor
I 11 rllet yesterday to nttontl tho annual
AVC ° L0I that body Tho delegate were
ltr i i and Keofe New York fianlon Pitts
r Washington Myers Indian
1gb Ilealy Wn8hlulton fbers ndlln
I rfoffer Chicago Banders Phlladel
1 i Ind TwHcholl Cleveland The Chicago
Meter which lapsed lost season was re
Saturday when ton of tho platers of
fist club Oi wore admitted to mew Ishlp
I3 the Cleveland players wore admitted
i t bodr about ft week ago President
Vinl 1 s sI M that with the exooptlon of William
IQU and Flint of the Chicago Club about allot
tilarors > it f lio league wero now members
l Brotherhood Ho Intimated that tho
Mho f
Irfiinlzntlou was now so strong that they did
tsoello run after players to got them to
< t cJ rn
n
loin No n li of the Now York Tlnilr1 woro
Vibw Ilt nppllcfttlonii which they now
r1 befl considered and probably
kij II he < not hlorr trobubb
ntiul 1 not ho ns these men did not Join tho or
der About alt fCOI tiI teal work done lit the allday
miuiliiir bnhlnil oasl 1 doors vvun tho teAloc
donor Yiol t n Jrosldent nor Rote us Sucre
anil Treaotirot Jlroulhers and Myers
tar nomlnnled or Jicoliosident and the
cispsta were Kill veto on tuntu Tho roporth of the
tiITrot cuLimlltneH show d that the orani
l6n WAR en a butter standlnu than overlie
IA Tho llollof Coinmltteo report that there
flrl
tad 1 Th nnnipllcillons for aid A llnauco
i mmittooami An iXecutlvp Commlttrvo were
then ipirtluteJ > The latter will entry nut
° Intrjftlons of tin Ilrotlierhood Th
hulr th cemp Alnt < rocolved was Iron lioylo of the
iftll a Doli8nub who did not mind the I o sa
Vt 1 nasiiUry when ho was nick last reason hut
he I dirt Bind tle tine of no tan ws imposed
for 111 bIn Rick
rh balol rnfupod to oaywhat nation WI
15511withrartt I to the claBSlllemlon ruin ol
lbs LOU hut > there IH i no doubt tent U i
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The American Association
The Ramos of tho American Association
tfterdayresulted as follows Brooklyn 2 St
Lull Cincinnati Baltimore 5 1 Loulavlllo
4Columbosl Athletic 12 Kansas City 7
TiE RECORD
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ILu II li j U 2 I 2 2 4 I 16
Iklm 21 4 3 3 4 U I 3113
nIII I 4 U 13 t U 2il
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CIOI 3 Ii 1 14 14s12 17 3
naooirxx 2 ST LOUIS 1
ST Loul May 1iIt was Bob Cnrutherss
day today and the biggest crowd that lien
Witnessed I came at hportsmnn Park slnco
Mlfawhlm 1 mow down tho Brown Fully
HOOO spectators woro present Bob Ferguson
matprlally assisted him several decisions
ajainrt the Browns at critical ntnces cutting
ell chances to score Caruthor met with a
ho ry recettlon Irom his thousands of old
lrincU and ho pitched a masterly came King
J1J TOnJotfal work and but four his woro
mado oU his puzzling delivery McCarthy
Mini a shutout by his bard drive for two
Tie tie 8n the ninth scoring onONolls single
Tie storeS
S IT LOCII BBOOKLTH
11 K lA r50A L
Sei ltllilm li bU 1 2 OR 1 Plntney I id bI 11 i 2 0 R
a rf1 I I 0 ° Olt I t0 0 0 0 P
nl t o IOU I 0 Collllia J < l bl I i I I
Cmtr I bo 110 I 0 Burns r < 1 0 2 0 0
awiiuii Idbo u 4 2 u FOUl lat bO 114 n o
r ill I a u o Mfner c n I 2 I o
hiIr y
tui u ° J 3 1 < of hlllc fo 0500
ike 0 0 2 3 o rarrtiihers po 0030
Xh a p u i i a ribuiutj i a t u I o 7 0
aiouI Toil i i j i ii Totals 2717 1
srnnIys 0 ooooooui i
1 o ii o o o i o = a
tod rtl mU I Brooklyn 1 Two base hit
Mrrby 811n biieColIin > Double plAysk uller
iobtJlfl
ikev n Kfknller LSIITam Itblrnon > ut Col
Ihlr bu
IS I IrQSk 00 balnoa King s t aruthera
ullJ Ii i hytCariilliers a Imp
On hw bTI71Ih 11mo
n dJ
atnute tznplNMr I
IloDt Llplrllr 1100
CIvCppsayp A ULnOk r
tlFdiht Cmu Iy ii4Th Ctnclnnatls won their fourth
111 Vletory frm the
Toene > ualilraores today In the
4
hTlss ftJw flUIflbringavr Hooo Mnllane
vii trr
ih jjur6 Week ar turday iesurad bit
Isesnith
the u odWe
teappp iiglm
ti hReol K au1 Plehi a very ifoctlve 1
iniiint bate 1JD or lie he and the neldlnK of
were the
uc rlhtlur The core
tWCUMn
n I S1LTIIOA
O41 I 0 10 R ft lipO AL
r r
Y r2
C I 2 I lJlIfopncgL
tYl Sdbo I oUomnDIL tu I 4 0 0
I I s IOri3n r 0 IOU
4nn hi b1 2 I I a lISIiuidI 3d b1 1 2 0 I
15 I llipck
Tnckel bt 7 0 2
1nrJdhU I I I flliec4 b 1 2 2 I
1 11 I u OtarrI e a MI 1 4 0
L do U I 0 0 5 4 I p OOrfliner r tU I 2 I 0
3
1117 e 0 0 4 I 2
0 P 322 2 U 30
Titi J p
OeI5nf 1021 i Total 12410
9LIImfl 30122000 8
iofl4 001 a u n o 2 0
I I rJIlnul i ahlmoe 2 Tob
Mcljse
nl 1 Uld lh1 Threeteee
hi41 Mrk HoIgp ha iear6 Tibia
Tuiir Thul
r rue TUjrJ rm be on hI lur ttilIsn fl
mt lllan
4k Milav 111 hI Ihud b > UIrhe Iruck out
ip I 1 rmu raied baIHI
Id
a bII
I I n 11 pllrhul TII121
tRftCuT flits4 12 4yue rlr 7
iZu City 4oppd tO4yI
r I 1 th u 4ILr 111 Itou UillYAni poor
Q1 tlI I Iho ii i 1 tulAitti W lien ullnlor
to tinnt Ijp hit two tn Allor I whom ord Th
15 5yhiug hard bt ecoId not oyrcopno
Tb
4W scare reID
itsig
CIT I UL
ISoni I 0 ii I rnaLi a Ii ros a
1DI t2 I I i IIh c I ro U
hpa t g Irftovoy I C 2 I S 2 0
iiirat iii b 2 2 t 01Ly ci J i b2 t g 1 0
llltb I 2 lt lit bo1 3 3 ii 2
U I
Pt i I I I Ililluer I 24 bU I 7 I 1
ItG bc 0 I I 0 I p I I Irivtl < f2 2 9 0 0
b I 11011 Li U 0 U
l o I i s a it r r I 2 U 4 1
WPYiIInr I p 2 I U i
11 I °
71 r totals u 13 27 0 3
Ai Illy
SISUt 0 0000201 4 7
4nj f l a u o ii ii j ii u 1
LI I UtoK p IUV 3 Athletic 10 be
L 4 pit I hll rkn fiovey I weicl Three
tf XinnS 11 10 Vim rtrona Molen basic
II > J Iivii r Wt I I a > hlni0 Double playa
tbj k JAVH Lonir iiclierr tii6 i 1
1 Id HIrn a ro
I HOn s itlnv I and lImiter Cisp Inst trkil Lirt
1110 boij 4tihaii ot butt lilt IUI
t LIy bln usyan Wlch Lerbiti 8trt1c
I1 lnh I
Irii IV p IasoI 1101 e 2 i Crts I
IouantL j
UtUtlU 4 ciceccc I
Ii aMrtlTrt I Welilicr WAS due for the
4y T r AIr ball
np ti rl tie b1
1lh ittifltjpflp
i I H4 It 5 lndan MUJ Innibii woe
rl n the ev f0L polnl i al1 Iulu I bunchlni wn
iLJI7pca r Sii1ig I out I vaaiss dpi bciel II Ott Sear iy the milr
Wfiiriin 1roro
I UlN1C1
t 1 a = dAif I ° I s Io a
1t 11 rnh n
i I OMeIamanyaI 2 2 1 0
f 1 wi 11 ii n ji J I i r nas1
h i I 32 I I f fl 0 3 a I
° 0
k ° 0dJaIbU feibWbooS
few
1CWlfl L 2 I IUrr ls Ii U II
h 11 If 0 I I 11 I 0
trbt t I j n I 0GreiflwuoI7b0 2I 4 I
1bo in o I n I vi11 I a 0 i a I i
OL rs a 00u 00 n i KVU S S ii n i 30
21J OIiIWI < u n i 0 o
tsii i
LI1 1 iri j T j I Totals 1 ri 17 iE l 3
isisus 0 0040000 04
j 5C54 MO u o 0 0 1 0 0 o 11
rlLnlnm It Colunboj 1 Two bu
hllMeTarnany Stolen bAeiHeeker Tommy Hrsl
flrl
baja on hallsOO DAldwIn 81 Khrei I Hlruek out
rt ladwin 2J tW r K > JhrI bai > reopi7
1 Drhaii i s WIld I pitchBaldwin Time OrJ
ttuHreOadney u
Minor Laluea
IXT I UU ItiOjr
At navennnrti f nport 41 I EvAnsvllle 0
At Hurlington8urIIntn Mi tuna s
AtMDrlnttleld Sprlnrneld M Qn ncyu Ua
nntinn tracy
At Denver Denter nt Kl losen 3
At OrnAho OmAhA3i Sioux Lily < 3
Other tlnrace
vieoroLiaeu 10 etsas i OIIT I
Ihlf1 r hit WIltS S tout I of ttilrtrlIve besel tills
r fl lhIMn J
Ih till of lb I rains t at tt ebawktn ieraIe
Abonl JCA pence wire rUDI and Djoyd Ih huG
blljl Th icon
arTaoroIiyeae I cu2ai7 deals
t II
a iaro vi LliprIL
fion I I 8 lInWIilIamcdto j i I 0 3 0
ToT C f 4 4 0 0iC WIIIiin r U 9 1 I IJ
IIIiS 8 3 0 a iIrhonia r rol i Ii 0 0 0 I
niedy I f 2 2 3 0 2 UrntM b 3 2 3 2
IIeninc n 1112 3 IL I I I IlIarnIpon 5 11 1 3 3 5
lnnnc1I 3 4 ii I I W lot I 61 0 a
IicCuflOn 24 hi I I 2 I 5 2 0 II 0
I
flhIiohlgtite I I 1 O8oi4nifprfO 0 I g g
lhr I I 0 I 2 I SiAIonopItU 1 0 5 1
Total ii 2 If lilj Totals i 2 i 7
Metropolitans I t 0 0 I In n f 10
Onbau iilaitts 00033 ti 5 1 l 0 II
famed rona Metropolitan lot Cuban Giant 2
First bA e on errors vietropolltan 4i Cuban lunCh 4
Left on bA cs MetrorniltAn ftt i ubAn i OiantR0 Three
t ns riiI llArrison 11 I I llAre n kennedy H l rAne
2p Ii Williams I 1 Two lI liltn WAV li I ItnnVlnion
li I ilrant It floyd I u bates necannon I
IrMI 2 tarrlilce tilts Nelson KnnIT Harrison
9 ran 3 Tloublei niAvs Grant And IlArrUon lies on
11 111 PJ Ntl IWr
bnllf liy MAlone Ji hy Heidon u by Usher ns Struck
natfly vtnione 3 by Heldon 7 bi Staler 1 Iasred
li WllllAnu I 3 Umpire 1 r1 b Fearce Time of
yarn 9KYe
rttnntsn 7l rATftuof S >
The DnshlnKii beat tlM IAtervon Club at the Lena
Island itrotinila yesterday by this core
rATEitaoff i ritisunro I
p oiri 11oR
ttldley I f I 302 0 Wad 3d 11 I I s 3 0
llllimiJ1bl I J K 1 Moran e a z 1 I u I
enter a 0 0 2 Ilionnors lit bl I 7 I I
Dial r f itoo aCaror n 1 I IIR I o I
oo l idlstb t 117 u ii I llalliec f 1 2 0 5 0
li Dtilnn I Jdb I I I 4 2lMeehAne 1 I 13 1 3 1
Tullr of 0103 o i intlcan L fu 0000
T Oiillin s aO 0 I 4 21 Hrian r f 00010
Sic Dnnl p1 I 0 8 Uerry 3d 0113
Totals 5 i 5 l Totals T v 2727 G
R 00039000 07
00200200 I 03
Twoioi 1iiYailip I RIUy I Moran Double ployi
Itajo Snrnnre n QuInn i rd 5ni on bails
Tuly Bryan loneon lilt by pliched 1 baIlUollwlid
1111 fd
kn tU
ttnick citnc Cuoy 14 l dcDonald 7 tlnpino
ClaereT UtorH
9RHATOR9 I OaCHAaD I
Tie Oicharils were defeated yeslnnlay at Recreation
Turk through their liability to hit uately The score wan
ksATOe5 I oxCneis
a Is roA tl nlaraiE
Moorhal a ii J I i I U cDll rl I I U 0 I U
lClti I id I 2 I I IUD CO I 7 0 I
Jisirry 11 I 0 2 H 0 OIIVhana 20 l 10 I I I
tll n rIO 0 I I OThorv Pd b1 I 2 2
IUva c 0 I r 3 Olarrer I f 0 I I u 0
Oatelv I 1 2 ilFagtn C f 0 0 0 0
tienitnti 31 bn 2 2 2 21iaackwoOsI s i0 I 2 3 I
1llkl C fl I 1 U 0 IVhelr hi bO I I 0
Illou L t I 3 0 UScipbro p U 0 2 5 0
Total 3 yu3 Totals 1327125
Penatora t 0000020 03
OrcliArdi I I o o i o o u I 01
Too hisi tl < Thorpe Three base hit Ilarry Poible
playsinch I ood to Wharean to Wheeler nai en on
bitllilOalell ti Harry lilt br I pitched ball Moorlirad I
truck out llnpklns li Inneean 1 U latelr Barry ecu
R
Ito 2 Kairln C jckwood l Wheeler Wild pitche
Fchehra 2 fAMed bslloitilsy LestrAtue litnplre
Mr Hopkins Time Une hour and 4ii minutes
A XKCaitATIOY fiRK
Branch K 11 1 3 B 10 0 0 0 O34
Branch I 4O0001OUU 3
1r star 2 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 31S
National 4 3001314 010
TempMta 1 0 0 I 0 0 1 0 03
Leonilne > 0 I e 2 1 1 i 017
A cosvimrnw
Little Rook 0 OOOOOOOO 4 0
olden star 21401O10 1li
AT UUIR UL
Brooklyn 3 0003330 110
Clara of Long Island City 000001100 2
AT MOU1T TERfOlf
LeeoCllrooklyn0 lOt 0 t 1 0 7
Sylvan of Mount Vernon 31000001 o
A SOUTh Biorntn1 liLLian
Madison I 0100136 05
lott Haven 1 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 a
AT WOODCniWT rear rRASTlxA
Osreola 3 3 7 3 1 3 0 o 010
I g g Ig
flatten 1 0 1 1 6 o O 0 O 3
AT mosrxcT 8
Fnlton Markets I 3 4 1 2 0 8 0 5SO
CbArterOaks 0 0 o 0 1 0 7 0 017
Monroe Juniors 13 3430502 331
Never flips oiu100030 5 u
AT ATLANTIC PARK ArTTRKOOIT OAR
RtrAUSS 1 0132OOOO 0
Peerless 4 0 0 U 2 0 0 I 114
MORHI1O nAsa
Maroons 0 0 0 I 0 0 1 O 02
Ieerless O 2 3 I 1 0 0 1 08
Monroe 2 1 103003 2 1
JeSernon 1 tooioooo H
At Uauntlesa Park on Saturday Dauntless 10
TempletOMA 12
At College Point Colleze Point 1 RID 10
At PnrlniflcldWlille Star 13 Springnlda
At rroipect ParkIvyp IK II trims 10
Our Iocul Nines Today
NoW York vc Pittsburgh at Staton Island
Brooklyn vs Kansas City At kunSAS City
Chip from the lllaimond
IlAtneld dId well on Saturday
Dont fear the > ew Terre will be there at the finish
just the Maine aUhlnf1
When the New Vorks dont bit they do U In earnest
Just ns they do everything 1 1 aDul
I II lot often that one has to face a fog such at
paned over the Staten Island grounds on Saturdar
Inirico May 14lip a came of bate ball today bo
tween the liiiiler Brothers and ttet hnd Amauur
teams Louis Juntu cOntra tlelderof the esttnds hail
A Paz I broken lu I voilJtlon with A leltow player The men
were running After A fly ball
PiutADitirnll lay 1 laThe PhllAdelphla Club has
succeeded In piirCIiaMni the release of Jack mcock
from the IndiAiiapolli Club Hock has not ret
fliriie J I but he hoe nail Iwo Interviews with President
HeAih MX tuousand doiUrs la I mentioned ai the price
natied for him It I Ulascock Is sinned Irwlu 11 H proba
bly KO to IndIanapolis
tnRCRsnn Slay in George A or Archie Wilson of
Wlon
Bronklrti has teen engaged by the Worcetter monaco
nient And will support liurkelt In the gAlne with Hie
1 HMont on TurtiUv lorD who has been playing
third base does not nil the bill end IJAnleli who has
been catching every other 10 will be transferred lo
third The management has been after Agonhurst
and CainpaniL but has not succeeded In doing any
thing Mtn either of them The Utesi reports from Con
war are that he I flUng Into shape rapidly
WASHINGTON May 1 IllThe following circular was
promulgated from League Headquarters todAv Ton
tracts fur IN with t Louis f J i Ik WACO J r
duehrer And Irani ILGIletple Austin John Hates
C I Kittle Uua Lan1 II A Jliner Autn llutchliiion
Ur nvllle J O Katz T C llanckly ulchilon
lnck
Hllndler and L Abtioit llrand Itapidr Clmnes Boner
Pllliburcb Albert Krunuer Releases I By 0 10he
Hurley tIara frank t illespie I Galveiton Tboma
lirew Thomas Paaie and St Caroon AUstiN John T
Mayner 3 e 1 1 John Ityicn WIllIam llflt ant i
or I Ammon Yon WOrh J 1 J Rflerty anti I I
llii Ilele Seinaw1jamea Urgn and Ueorg Adams
t
Memphla I Frank Pourke De Uorl AdI1
ISvaMviiLR Mar m Thera la troable brewing In the
KvAiisville Base Hall Club of the Inter State League U
hoe been aserlrd and not without cause that several
memlers of tho nine have beD playing for their re
lease I lulley lins airenily been released and Catcher
Calhoun whe of LaTh has beeR Allowing too many bAlle
lo peas him i wll likely be the next to IIo club al 1
lowing the liavonports In beat them three strAlght I
cameo here tIle week one of which WAS a bad whitewash
11 hl
wash has caused the directors of the club to become
alarmed and 1 nt A meeting here today they determined
rn open nognllauonii with some ttrst clars plAyers At
once 4 The base ball enthusiasts of this city are deter
mined to have the winning club l the LeAgue if it
lakes AD enormous expenditure to do it There Ic a
chance ion ome good players to get splendid scIatica
WAirmcTot May IDThe Cleveland Dane Ball Club
has withdrawn Ha acceptance or the services of T p
laMy and ho Is I ellclble to sign with any club de Irlmg
his cerulean It appears that nathlngions cMlir I to
r
do 1 I
july s services wak not made unill a day After 1 lle lois I
days limit bad expired And therefore they will hero In
lompein rorhla service with Any other club that wants
him Ihe I ViliUi tcn > are still uegotlallnr with him
but I nl com luslon has been t reached Boston l i ii it I I
searchIng alter more tAlent And they hAve AiuhorUeit
resident VouiKtolavasnnr lumtn Philadelphia liar
the release of j il Mldrews At present the Phliarlsl
1iClilO Uo not seem iDCllued to part with him l Baitlan
lisa 1 not yet roue to lime with ChIcago scat llt Aniou
Is I growing weary if the little fellora rtlatorr tactics
C he Ieir iia have AuihorUei rr tdent rung tc open
negotiations ulth Jimmy CII Ionnelly whom aBblnetoit v I
has JUM released He decllncH tn aaal with the League
Uetroli President Club but otlirtisi Insists upon ntguilatlng directly with the
Hlmollnc
Ti 3tssechniett Volunteer MlllilA Rlfl Team will
ill for rnglanil from Muslin on June li treasurer
otter has received 54 liP to ilsfray ekjienies
The UIld lul Club will ilinot al Ioler Pak on
Wednesday 1 lii 4eav I rkp Oenmaiu Gutu lob wIll hotS
rm yI
tie atitiUai shoot tid neceptlit at the sate place eu
lItursuiay LIm sfont ui the Creecent Ouu
Club will be IieIul than up lrdfllh I
Tue WI iraije On IIb 101 a pIgeon malch on
Saturday Cttutrouti for 11 < lul 11611 rI I vii 01 b
I ci lnjll Wil I Iln I uluf tell A C HAID V br
Caretain an 1 IV Siattliewe Ii for ecci4 lilac OD
rra kills and lbt It Crumuneilu klilSd 1 IJI
ioie yen ool ottooting wee dAne Oil Saturday by
II
r
tto uuiemben 01 Ihi iurIh I idu lion Club nit their
graiils at Vocdeiie L oLmJ I lluriew acd
lilaticiu tied for hId piece on aurcu birds etroiuglui wipllo
Ccc men kIlled iii out f res lark rnrd
the 101 al 01 Ih ties
TI Fcoi Gutu Ciub rf hirooktyn i sinots under pecut
liar rules au lii 1 ow the tote tOilet tii W to lb 41 I
htW 1111 tue h 1 rd ii I 011 0 5 lost If tic secttcl I arrnl l t5 I
tuol aCI llh 1lrol Ia kWI II COulitS only id hell a bird
At the Jai ehtut al 2eair Irk J JIonilec i nrr
kl1 11 bird tint us isi 1 lIpid lbs lolln cnl bArrel iwice
II seer l only nine II 1IL 21 I nrd list Illn
01 Ih iatne Starr ca bile 1 1 a Il 2i yord killed lee
airaiiiit with on bare 0011 aim 1 ran inerueoai inn
swrcpsiakei shot iu cqienllr 1 act won main on
II rhl
thrne slrAlgbt L tnkeit hiving iicoie uf twu and a
half
leon Heyn better known as Leon Harlln the Cham
lion rifle not of llobulen would I like lo make arnstoh
wllli any man In tile n orl 1 for any amount from flln I
SI limaslile rllle and pIstol shooting i Rug reporter
talked ullh Mem yMterdar at a tills range In Iloboken
J If tO ihow how soid he could shoot ifeyu pinned n
smell card on the 151 i yard isruet And In twenty dicta
he rlt A hole lbs shape 01 A heart In the renlre of the
CAM 1 an A plitol h cut the bulls sys out of the long
distance target In I ten shots without mIss IYD l can
net psi I the tiicklor he all I
Hole 1111HGcors Ht tenIeU Tootlar
Orvnd lsa ue clismjplonshlp 1 tame lltt > bur h view
b3
Newlork name Ic i r M l Admission vm Uoaisfor
ball came leave I Foiitu rerry I 111 i 31 a 45 H
aI 13 100 1 p X bpsclal toau for Ihe city AlUr the
III
The True Way To Reach BoHs
T o CURE Kcretna Pimples anil And CnrhuncleB tnko Aycrs Sarsnpuv 1
Eruptlvo Dlscasos of nil kinds Is I rllln Nn other medicine produces such tJ
to purify tho tilooil with Ayors Sara Immediate nnd salutary results
parllla Until the blood Is 1 rlransrd C K Murray of l
thoro can ho no permanent relief from Chariot tviI I t Vn f
these troubles was ulniost literally f
I Four yrnrs BRO I was severely nflllct w covered with holls
nl with saltrheum the Itching bf Inn so f d nud nrbunolos
Incessant ns to nerlou < lT Interfiiro with TllnR n all l I IKIp
Iltrruo ISpearptl us thn rsti t
Painful scrofulous tnr1 IH rIIU
sleep ors n > I
sloeI nilfli Crnfllol 111 nl 4 f of uslni
iisliiR three
neck only thr
on and tho IHIII
peared 01 mv le nlli upper pnrt t
liottlufl I
11pr lBigs5ffi W tt ts nf AyiTs
of and from them humor 1nth1
my i > rmi ilil frol tllhllor Irl
lY 1iiWW Snrsnpnrllla this
t 8nrHplrln 1hll
to
went my eyes My nppctltn being
WClt 1 hell < > s
health rapidly 1prttn lieenn > r proves that the true
poor my henlt rnpll II 111 11 ni
lo tako Ayers Sarmiparllla niul be ore vny to reach these troubles II through
I had llnished ton hollies I regained my tlm blood I Is I now over six yours
In wrlti Mr Murray since I took Aye
nppotlte Improved prcntly stucngtb wrll I
npJotlJ Ilprocl Ircnty 11 8tllth I live not had
Barsaimrllla nnti a
nnd was permanently cured of tlti salt I nlmrln Iml hllo 10t
Inc and scrofula I consider that pimple nor boll nor n sign of ono lu all Ii
what I spent for this medicine ww well that time
Invested The SArsapnrllla has Indeed Last Stay a larao rarliunclo broke j
done mo Incalculable good Mrs out on my nun Tho usual rcmcdlcf
Carolina A Garland Derrfiold N II had effect nuit I confined to
Cllolln Gnrlnlc nrrfoll hIlI no clrt nl1 was cOlfulc my
C formerly of Lowell Mass licil for eight wreks A friend Induced 4
My llttlo niece was aflllctcil with I mo to try Aycrs Snrsaparlllii Lens
Moro cutaneous disease wjilcli broke than threo bottles healed tho sore
out nt Intervals nod resisted treatment Another effect of this incdlrliin was 1
At last wo tried Ayer8 Sftrsaparllla tho strengthening of my slglitMrs
This acted like magic Bho II now Carrlo Aantus Holly Sprlnus Texas 1
entirely cured and has been In perfect I bad n number of carbuncles on my
health for several months Margaret ntck nnd hack with dwellings In my
IVyston Clarondon Ark armpltH nml was tormented with pain S
For I long tIme I was nffltcted with almost bcjoml nmltirancn All inenna
saltrheum and could llnd nothliiB to of rolf to which I reaortcil failed until
relieve inc A friend recommcuded I began to take Ayers Bar 1
Ayers Sar saparilla i
Kapnrllln and after taking four hottlp I ono bottle of which meillclnn restored
was cured Edwin I Tombs Oficmaw me to IieultliS Carter Nashville
Springs Mich Tennessee
Made by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Man Price 1 six bottles S5 Worth 5 bottle
FUR N TURE
f
Those wishing to secure ATTKACTIVK FUR < 1
NITUK13 MODERATE 1JUCFH hood
Inspect our collection Ladles and gentlemen hay
i often expressed much inrprlse a being Able t find la
our Mock the IJtlCIHi AUrICLE which they J
bare learched for All over town la vn and
AT A 1ltICE MORE HATIHPACTOltY
I THAN TiE ABVintllSED STAT
IINO BARGAINS
IJ e S t
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1EIT1XO THIS TJIOTIKIIB JtKADT
Iroip c < > IlTelr Sport At tho Flcelwood
Hprlna MretlnR
S fnr a tlio trotting turf IH concerned tho
eon Is nearly a mouth In advance of what It
eenorAlly Is at this ttmo and tho trainers have
thus boon able to get tholr cbnrcoa lu bettor
ehapo for tho spring circuit than usual At
Ihlladolnbla whoro thoro are throe tracks
lelmont Huffolk and Old 1olnt llroozo now
tho Oontlemnns Driving Park tbcro hMo
boon two weeks of preliminary sport which
ondod on Friday As tho law prohibiting pool
Eolllnc Is still In force nnd nil elTon to cot n
measure passed nt harrisburg similar to tho
Jves law In this Btate lmo boon unsuccessful
the Interest In trottlnc about the Quaker City
will bo greatly lessened In consoiiuonco
lloro I Is dlfToront nnd nn tho classes for tho
stirlnc meeting at Floetwood thlBweek are well
fled It loaulres only an 10dsrellldhl1 with
tile woathur burmui to Insure good ttiiort 1 lio
EO001OI11rIO for the ninn races Include
a number of hor os from Ihlladolplila Albany
and other places near the metropolis 801110
of thoso have already boen brought to 1lent
wood and nro recnlxlnc the final totichos to
mnke theft famlllnr with the track nail Keot
them In proper form In carry their speed
throuuh them miles they will have to trot
Iohn I bliultn of Brooklyn has n luruostrlne
at hlft 1arkvlllo farmand IhsaiuenuajMV by I
rancoasu end Cro iondo UJ4 by Miuntiilno
Dudley wero brought to Klootwood xorterilny
brIolm Drlucoll who trains and drives the
1arkvlllo llreri > Two young fllnlllon Iark
vII nud Htunford both bv rlectlnneer wlii
COInS irom the inrm louay W C Ttlmblo of
Nowburirh who has the trotter owned by tho
late J 1 I Coster at the track has entered tie
bay gelding Jim liroknr In tilts 245 claon This
horfio was sired by the famous trotter Clmilny
Cliamplnln > 221 and Is I owned by Martin
rnrno tho sulky manufacturer of Troy ills
bent mlln during his tnilnlni horo was lit 23il
first hall lntl
Tim tnBlest clnsn for trottors Is tho 220 race
In which fho wellknown camiiilcnorB tire en
tered lloports from Mliuiv indicate that tho
bIg cheBlnut coldlnc T T 1 b yilfii one of tho
<
blir winners through the crnnd elroult lust
year IB 1011 faith and can eajiluro ilrst mnnny
In ThurBilayH eont Bt lie IB nld to linxo
trotted at Island Iirk recently In U22 John
Italy who trnlnu for Johnny Miirtihy Is tiiltlnu
pains with Koono Jim ntul thofnmuim old ionu I
1 will probably bit barked by tlio turfmen hpre
as ho IB known to be cntno and In I uolnu well
Daly gave him a hilf In 110 n fewihMsnco n
I eecond half In 107 i nnd thon a pills In 226
earh half In 1 11 ito Rryl hocotiM litivuo cone j a I
fussIer timid It ben necflisiuv I
John L Turner Issoxpectod today with hiI
ntrlnc from Ambler Iarkriilladolpbla Turner I
hllH 1111cl JIIk 222 4 lor Ho JJi and 2W
eiuesea nut four ottiars for tho slower cliiHHtx
A 1 McDonald of Albnny with T T S Onld
en Kod 22UU4 Kentucky lllanilio 2120
1rnnk K uiifi1 Kih 22ii and Jlazlu a
brown mare with no record will 1101 o arrlxo to
day Kentucky lllnncho Iscrrdllod with n trial
Inst week in 221 W L Weeks bus jnwn
VIIKes in cood shano for the 221 IhIAA hut
she has goon a mllo recently in 22i Tho
chestnut coldlnc Chance 221 4 by Itouil
FonrnaiiKht lit I also entered nnd Weeks will
decide which of the two will be tho most likely
one 10 start Ieso learnnco has boon cnuiiRod
to drhl1 tIm llttlo brown pacer loo Joiror on
224 0 nnil drove him yosiordny for the llrnt
tlmo raakinRU ratio In 126 ono quarter In 31
sorondn
No effort has boon spared to put tho track In
good shape and thouuh there are low wry fast
horses to compote there will ho some Inter
esting contests between trottors that ate close
ly I matched In Breed W II Hnjder will only
Start one of his string Cyclone the 211 class
as most of his horses are young and will not tIe
r nd till later In till > rIl6l1n C Daly has
his crack celdlni Farmer Stop In this clnss
and If reports of his nront trials arc true
Father Bill will carry off first money easily
Farmer Boy trotted In about 218 last year but
went lame and did not start In a race lie Is
said to bo quite recovered now has been work
Inc fast and wont three heats closo to 225 at
1arkUllo track
After tho 240 class was finished Saturday
A protest was entered ncalnst the bny cclillnc
Blllle entered by Thomas Trimble who keeps
a stable at tlftyseeond stroet The money
Tras withhold Mr Trlmbln was sii pondod and
ordered to furnish proof that Itllllo was not n
rincor within twenty days llllllo Itlsclalmod
basil record bettor than 210 under nnothor
name and his mllo to wagon In 231111 hntur
days race roused suspicion that ho was mas
attcradlnc
Though the 250 class arranged for Saturday
did nftt 1111 another taco was cot up Into In the
afternoon for the 234 class Fred Oorkens
Gonrga C defeated Gnbo Cnso and tho Held
after the cray gelding hud won a heat Sum
mary
MoREtsAsu MAy 13 Purse r5 234 class 1 10 rod
wagon
Trill nerkensbr f Sir Of one MAbbett 3 1 1
F Walter er r lobe Pane llaly 11 2
J PrAnclil cb in Melka A Dunham 2 2 3
X BIlTltabr m Kitty llarker earance 4 4 4
Time2 H J 40 24ltaj
nnOOKLYVS 11H1LLIAST MIETViG
The Comlnc Week WIll Be n Notable One
In Turf CIrlco
Tho meetIng of tho Brooklyn Jockey Club
so far has beon remarkably successful and but
for the unfortunate betting troubles thoro
would not bo o slnclo disagreeable foaturo to I
mar the sport Tho Brooklyn Handicap was
won by Exile tho best horso at tho weights
and the Brooklyn Derby was a bOiler race
than almost any of the crcat throoyoarold
ntnkos of any year Mr Wlthors Cynostiro
proving himself a rarely good colt Ho was a
bettor twoyearold tjmn any of those ho met
In tho Derby but for some reason or other tho
public would have none of him nnd plunged on
Lone Island and Carroll
If Cynosure Is I such n good colt whnt must
his greet stable companion thoFnvordalo colt
be and what a horso inco thoro will bo when
Mr Withers champion moot Salvntor Tronno
Diablo French Park and other tlptoppora of
the threeyearold class French Park Is many
pounds bettor than Sam Wood and the black
son of Longfellow was speedy enough to win at
n mllo In lAM with 122 pounds up on bntur
dl lie proprammo for tho coming week Is ex
traordinarily rich and horsemen must low It
with 1 great deal of ollcitude Un Tuesday
the Cloor fitnkes for twoyearolds will brine
out nil tho crack youngsters and the Parkway
Handicap at ono mllo anti a sixteenth will
bring out the flower of the baodkap horses as
Prlnco Koyal Hanover Inspector 11 Enllan
Itnooland Ooreo Defaulter Favor rsa Tray
nnd others nro engaged < l On Wednesday tho
Gazelle Stakes for throeoarold fillies will
give the bust of last years tnoyour
olds a chance to show thulr Im
provement Mr AHthore has a host of
bin flying reprosentatlvcB onciiKod Includlni
Aurlcoma Minion and UiomUc nnd Mr lid
mont Is ropro ontfld by Lady Margaret 1liloH
nnd She holiday Morldon and others will
undoubtedly face the starter and n good nice
Bhnuld result The hitwn Vlow Handicap nt n
mllo and I nn eighth on the FUIIIO day has a
large number of entries and It will undoubted
I ly be Interesting Thursday will bo the banner
any honoor tho great Amorlcnu Stakes for
twoyearolds nt llvn furlongs which tIns
Brooklyn Jockey Club guarantees to bo
worth J20000 belns thiS fenturo It will bo
one of the host races ol the fionton Tho race
will ben good one and plenty ot dark candi
dates tvlih Foo trotted out Sonntor Hearst has
a couple that are ball to bo cllnkrrs nnd Ccn
crcsMnun hcott has a few lint I can gallop n bit
Wltot th Dwols will start Is n mystery but
Trank McCabe may unto A surprlbO In
Btnro for the boss Mr Wlthou will
undoubtedly send tile rick of his Brook
dale lot and If they lire as fine ns last
years lot they will come pretty nenr winning
August liniment haft several 1 ht liliilso > oiine
stern entered 11111 II coy ot the lot are nA good AH
IlellBarlus ho will ole the others a nice tor the
nrlzo The Ht James Hotel Ktnkes on tho tame
day nt a mile anti a Itnrtcr will brine out
Prince lloyd Oorco Llkwood Hanover Ii
Ablo Juggler and others Thoro will undoubt
edly bn an oxtr slays racing on Friday Tho
stake fixtures will bo tho Bedford for tworear
olds nnd the Falcon lit one mile nnd a six
teenth for threeyearolds
i The Bard will bo Kent back to Chistarbrook
and turncul out Mr Hauclns having about
I given UP all hones of his standing training
again Kurus threw cute curb Bomotlmo nco
as announced In tho Tun SUN at the time but
ho Is now cilloplnc again and will shortly bo
Rent to tho moAt Clorso has recovered from
her Indisposition and IB taking her work reuu
Inrly ExIle Is tn tine fettle at Brighton Boach
and he will undoubtedly bo a prime favorite If
ho starts In the Suburban Wkwoods bad lee
Is giving Trainer Dyer some trouble but ho
hopes to got the old horse lit for some of tho
big events anil then Bland from under for
Aomnthlnc will surely drop Prince Itoyal Is
fcollnc llln n king and It will take a great
horse to bent him tno noxt ttuio ho faces the
barters
VrUlnc
August Schrnlilt And Ssnelllialer wre tl dln Banners
Fch lotren Hall kl 1l First street lloboken on atur
1 WJOItd
mm WJO 1 lfr
ilATUlclu ID for fluo A side The tlrst bout woe Once
haunch ii Schmidt won the fall In 3h inlnulea The
second boat ua < iA ilermau girdle catch Schmidt won
that In 4 minutes Tb Ian WAS catch AS CAtcti cnn for
the U4Opounl clminploiittilp Schmidt won the fall
easily In 4 minutes About UDorllnir men were pres
ent Tbaler wu much cljnrrlnel tats defeat
Atlllctlc
The SeotllshAmerlCAn Athletic Club wilt hold Hi an
nual game ibis year on Uecoratlon HAJT at fiohuetien
Iark ansi the fnurth of July l faleaonlan I Irk In
Jernty 11 A lot of new sports Including u loc rare
a III be Introduced At the Peroration Day urn s Durlnv
tbe atterniiu there will be panic sparring both ama
tell and prorcsonal Among She rofeiflonals who
wilt take part nrx haI 1 Mel anhy the world champion
Chupnle liiorn who will tiirlit for the 1OS I pound niain
nlonsulp with FranL IorovAii In A fewdAjr unt Jimmy
Larklnn thelnnilefcAted J tound man IAild Cahll
will appear among the vmatearA
IN TUB URAL ESTATE FIELD
IUK nvsiKBss or TIIK IIKKK TUST
OONK iris iAiatar SA2ISlfACrJ1U
M
Home Consider IiJIIow Tert n the PluRh
Ilclora 1II1der Ilulllu1III Mur
phy Will lie Elected to the Kxcliunnr
Scarcely n week hn passed during tIns
real estate season illat drawing to a chose tlmt
Tiu BUN lies not hail oecn lon to mention tlio
name of Miss Agnot K Murphy cither as a
conspicuous seller Or buyer In the market
Ml < m Murphy has boon especially prominent ns
n boiler of uroporty I In the Twentyfourth ward
Two of hor transactions Ir tile last week have
attracted attention Ono was the sale for OH
linn L DaBhwood ansI 1 Maria llodmnn of tins
jilot of about ton acre tie Thomas W m Lutl
low estate on iToromo and l7leotwooi avenues
and McComtis road to P LHmlth forfWOilO
Tho other was tins sale hy Mls Murphy to
Henry It 1hllllp of IlnlnOcld of tlio SOI lots
of tho Iurnott citato nboot ilftoon acres at i
JCCOO nn acre
I
Miss Murphy Is not n cnnlliilUt In till usual
50080 01 that word film IH I i htiRlno woman i
and IB In real estate to loan lotmnlsMons Just
like any other bicker Tholixclintico has con
cludud that oho would bo 1 worthy member
nnl her name han Hint boaiifplncnrdoil It him
till otidoibomcnt of 1In1nIl1I111 Kalrchllil antI
Frank Yoran who testify that MISt Murphy Is
a woman of Integrity nnd good buiinof stand I
Inc the bylaws of tho Uxclmuice way that
any parson hinting thoso nualllcatloni Is
ollKlblB fur memboishlp Tito nKerulvo
members sii > that Miss Muiphy wtuld Iu uu
nrnntmtit to tint xrhunco
rtio vPeK has dovilopod rnanlmutloii In
spot Thl hits been especially tiMlcpabln in
tIns brokers nl1lcl Iho traii netlttiH In most
ItiHtnncoH liavo rlmOIl lrnln1 I tin < tm1i1 Ill U fur
lots particularly those unlmnrmoJ and tho
Intoront In email housiH There Is I a ery Ken
Impression I that t the rush ta l over nnd tlinco t
who hoped for n revival of the nmi > cjntrnnlnl
activity aro now idlmiuWiIni i heIr I un
t ItlIsI IIIII1 h vlovvs Theyaio nit Ii ii r ol lrll tIll
trniiHiietlnnit preparatory to tlio nlilsuinmor
toiinr Tills stilo 01 nflnirs has CJ outiicd H
small ipculntlvo InliioM Sorrm twutors WIth
Haggling lots on tuti hands do rot wish to
carry them through tlio hummer anil whan
ntieh lots iro ollered at whnt time Rpoetilntom
with big bunk accounts behind thm consider
bargains ihiy inn riiulllytnkoc In the wook
jllt gone tiniiuctlnnceri hnio illstiosca of n
niirioor of I uronertles under loroclosuro and
ollu r areel i hiixo been withdrawn
Tho private niloUniluilo
Went rorivflrst street I1 I tin fcuritory blih stool
trow 11 Hone dmlilnir taixlisv tri 1 Komatiie llroon
111i H
fir tb ssate t iirlani f < ii Munie ttl oe < i
Went lommtii ureeu HI th < three dory brick
dwelling I 1 MxlO I 1T h M fUVcl lor Joltl II
Curry Pi Dr ttII Ivn II Muiiii 6t5i 1 l
4iTailSlC3 < ant laletil sired 11l it inthwmt cnriier
wi 1 > ft h i > rainuc ri > wti eu < 1 chill lIt WArt xi Ton
nolr fir Northtr A Alilrlck loJulta tr use 12 V KI I
Uhtll I Hlfinie IMKrrll I VMIl I sid lstiu l ftrtttv tlio
Elirn n < lonh block reported 101 1 Isaac T Meyir ulitiont
bim suns a
1 II Kelly has noM for Icier Imtp the tliree tory
frumc biiililitiK ixloi r7 Woot Thirty nrth utrcct m I
It Ulnurs and 1 J II llnrfi I I 5 fin li tor lluliirt AuM
tlie three Ftirr prltale houno 4J heat Forty Botrntli
51 reel ti I lllmm ArinitruiiK IliiiVnnil for Mlllam
Armtron HIP Cosine lioun KxlHM Ii eat Thirty
mill ircl In Ruliefl A inI f7iH i
John 11 II nil iuiia Rort fur charkf Kneker five dory
ilonlilo tcnrmtnt 4J ha Forty nmt llreeu aCxinixTl lo
A AriHilt rwi And t liii Mie lnry douMu trtieinenu
u 21 il i 1 I an Tnlrty nlnih Btreet J5xnxj for Mrfl ebfrto
L Mltlier IUO > a l
tt tut MTtntr fourth strfft laa Ihe fnarnlnrr dwell
Inc lllx > Utiiii bv Frank g 1 Irttil n for Colirad or
Inch lo K iilbllns I I Jnwo
Mount Morris avvnup southwest corner of 124th 1
street 1 tint of land HOxlim by I Kabll for Cliauncay
8 TrUAX 5il lOFt
loot 111113 fifth Hrret 331 the thre < Mtory brick twill
ing UVH4 luu by Louis II llallen Co for JOhn N
LjaHiS7viU
renlhovenuo I Oi nail IGft1 1 the Wonvontorr brick
and Ioron > ton double llatft 2lx3 eaoh bOor
tl Hitaud 10 1hnnrn N koliler t tDOl
VlfnAcnrl K 1 Mnrnhy has roll fOr tuItion L Dash
wnod and MariA Iloilman tile lilftl til About ten Airea
Thou W Iutllow estate on Jerome tnd Pleetwnod are
flues and McConib ltm road to 111 I Smith SvjiNKt
C U Iliad A son liMe I mimI A tilot o land with frame
iJ otl oI hI
tmllllnrn Iliereon 0n4 o LO on the north side ot
liMh street 141 fret can of Fourth itenue civssa l i
ra t 110th street scull ldf 3T tol east i nf Second
avenue A plot of land vrxliic by Alter SlAhler for
Aihanlel Whitman lo Vnnlii Urolterr I SJI7VI
Mutli avenue cast idft cominenciivr Tb feet north of
evenly fourth purees a lot by WIlliam strAuss to Ter
ence Farley Sort fliMOO
Stiflotk street i I the lot SSrrxtlD nurcht ed lot
wed of M 1 Jacob refold by Henry ttateni to L M
Jonei ICW
BBOOKLTf I
J S Slnnlerant hn sold for W O Thompson to J II
IllAckwell three Ptory sail baBemtnt brick house W
linear Avenue Ix l vo fuo J
pj P SluiCe tics salt for Micliael Vutot the ant Iota
on Hie south rlile of Herbert ttrett 1IJ feet east or
Jlllmbol unset to 1 dwArdraHBilr llJi
llirr i Kline ha > e lold for U m I lenk the fonr rtory
brick lucre and not 155 IlroAdwAy THAT ernon aven ie
ilx4rix7 tnuetber with the god all of the 1 store ami
fixtures 10 lolm Co hock for t1ieaa t Ibo liouve and lot I
b lnc told for f llfw And the pentml property Ac for
ItW
W F Corwlcli has mIst for JimesE Brown the bongo
nnd lot 01 Franklin dtreet to UtulsUelmfcen I for 5495
ansi for II I Ian lltdeii the vin lot nn the east ftlde
or Novell street ItSu I feet iiorth Nassau avenue to
William Snow for 123
II
if THF rorNTRT
John II make rororts recent nici of lot at nrnt
wood it I to John Vtorn oti it Veitmun And Dr
George Harwell New s ork J ulai Sawyer Jtrooktyn
Horace Tabtrt Jatnaicu and O K ebster hObO
Koutre La
John ilcfiirniis and W III Vnn Oallder report tales of
lot ut < omrtfrt on the WiFt store TOad to Karl M l
Koitll Actim hirsch MHInm T Inks HHamThomp
sot end Uichant 0 1 htAvlcfoni iiI New Yorker
All the architects anti bulldors nro unto their
eyes 10 work on now bulhlims In Now York
and Brooklyn They will doubtless all bo I
completed by tho fall
Today 1roerammrj fbr OraTenend
While the card la light for GraYC lId to
day tho entries are of sufficient merit to make
tho contests close and nxollhe nnd those who
pick tho winners In any ol the races will got a
good return for their shrewdness It Is fin extra
day anti therefore thorn < iro no stnko features
but the Jockoy Club has Loon ezcoodlucly
liberal tho matter of purses
FJHST iicr
A sweepstakes of ffi rub with 1000 added for
beaten horses six urloiiKA
PlineCrab22Fordham 122
Uuarautee IJ tJay K Dee ui
BECOSD ACE
A handicap sweeptakes of so eachwith llOODadded
one utIle I and I AH eighth
Ileule June livniablo 112
UordilAlse no le I Jgon iu2
0P clue tiMjUarrisier IN
Torunto ttt
THIRD HACK
A nweepslakes of RM each WW JIOOO Added for
maiden twoyear lIve furlong
Ia > Ill CIIIT not 111
Nomad Ill I I Tormentor in
MuciUre Ill i I Iow Sow HI
Onward Ill u i jhxbe ionIa
i Inifttune HltJnAd I u
hotteSt Ill
FOUttTII BACF
A sweepitAXe of 5iaul for hones that hare not
won this yeAr whIt ICo0 ailleil one mile
Hrlmalill GUu Dan llUlllellAll liniitohemlan lift
FIFTH RAGS
A sweepstAkes nf tai each for maiden three year
old with lieltuadded six furlongs
Iob Furey lllhiplirliy j7
KtonlniriMn 117Innir Island 117
Germanic Hlpton 7 117 117 bunsMne Itlun I Rick Iiu 117
SIXTH llACn
Purse SIIKO for three year olds and onward one
mile arid a slxteentH
10nln IlolKIng liii 115
Ionx Iulqltt 111 ClIIIInt II IS
Ipelnr 1111I Luwlllary110
lI < uI0I1III11 nlton8o 00
Fun Tim on a Ilnirmlle Track
Tho 6 > sons opnnlnjr nt tho Morrlstown
Driving lirk tool place on Saturday There
woro two lively trots Ono was a free for nil
which was won by William Kellys Do Biiry In
S27 and 231 V The other wan a rnco for road
borsuH In which TII Hauliers Kdnard RO
ctireil the prlro thouuli hn vim first In only
tho third boat the othors balnc drawn Time
245 2471 2 iiHV During tbo attornonn
Jlooallnd WIILm was driven by Vnn Ness iiml
showpil a mllo In 2J14 tbo third quarter In Si
seconds
Xtttclue In Frnnce
PAIIIB May l1Tllo Grand 1oulo dos Prod
nits was run I < day And nus von liy I Cleodore the
fAverlte with Tanll second Meil > n third and Ealva
floe last There MAM an excellent btiirt Medyn took the
lead but WU noon caught b > Ckodore who HAS ahead
al the rise After the turn hud been rounded Tuntalo
closed up nnd pressed 1 hard upon the leAder Uleodore
wlnnlnK with itmicnlty liy a IIOAI Three lengths dl
Yldsd second shill third In the aet betting ilie odds
vereHto l onCleudorr U in I I acainit Tantale 20 to I
Against Mtdyn and u to 1 avalnst Halvanos
Proctor Kuutt Taken la the lutoala Track
LOUIBVILLB May 18Sam Bryant took
Proctor Knolt with him last night when he started to
the LAtODla track The great home Is > llll quite III Mr
Campbell of the lleverwlck usble lice purchased from
Harper Valuable Lotion sOd Lee Christy for tirvuu
Only the running qualities ef nluable and Onrlsly
were sold
DmmcltH Yacht an tbniltocLi lu Hell OnCe
J Kline Kmmot son nf T K Kmmot
with n party of friends Including J Charles
Davis C B Bradford Inmcs T Davis and
George Kunkol on llmnvits yacht 7ono Wore
drlvnn by acustof wind on Flood Hock Hell
Onto yoBlordiiy nftornocm It took a timbont
anti several rowhouts throo hour to cot tho
ytIetth oir A number of tile panty got wet and
Mr Kunkel Iniuiril his foot on a sharp rock
The accident spoiled it throo days trip
Iff Till FtKID Of 1NDVHTKT
The Action of Many Labor Orsnnlaaitlona
Orntvlh of UnlonUm Qiicitlonis of In
Icrent Movejmentu Alone Vnrlou Linen
Tho now mpatuiro providing for the np
rotntmontofnlx female Deputy Inspectors of
FnutorlflH of tbo State of Now York became
law tlironcli the action of tlio IOKlfllntiiro just
bolero adjournment last veek They are to
bo appointed by tho Governor but will bo sub
ject to the supervision and control of tho Fac
tory Inspector of the Btnto We now IIITO In
this State eluht nmlo and six fomalo Factory
InspeclorR
Home now legal provisions are needed In this
Htnto for the wotecllon ot the men of the
buIlding trades Vo have had several mohan
choly accidents of late which wore provonla
tale tlm result of noclleoncq on the part of
contractors who If they had been liable for
dnnmcOB would havo adopted tho necessary
menus of nnCoty
It ha not pot boon found practicable to
bilni about unity ot spirit or of action bo
tWfun tlio iIoloEiilo1 of tho New York Central
Labor Union and tho boilers who recently cot
II II tliA Cctttral Labor Federation Thc o bodies
nto constantly liiiriifmlnK each oilier and thus
thIs Iniluenca ol both of them Is cnUoncd At
tlnir tiloho its a prospect of nn underntandlnir
bclttccn tlio two bodies but Its ronllrallon Is
K < xll > olied The 7 L U has tlebarrsti live trado
union loaders from mombrr lil > for five years
on accniinl of thom unauthorized action in Iho
liool beer controversy
At the two diiTB1 Bccrot session of the Execu
tive Council of the American Federation of
Lnlmrln tills city lent week 1riSldnnt tempers
UIR In the chair U ho Fodorallon was reported
to bo strong aIIIII llourlHlilnc Illos of Intlcra
wore lukou up and n lunge amount of business
was triiiipiictid The FederatIon delermlnod
tn votillnuu lo promolo the work of the Eight
Hour 1oagiie anti to send n circular In Its
favor lo nil ccclonlnstlcal pollltcal commer
cial 3111 labor oniinl7itlonp
Brooklyn Laborers Union No 3 has ndonloil
n itiln Hint tnonteis omplo > od on cnmmitleu
duty chilli bo paid tin nlcbt for their labor
The New York Central Labor Union ro
riuosieil tbo lioard of Kducntlon to adopt nn
order ibat the award of contracts should bo
music only in establishments under union
iiilo but t lIe Hoard laid the communication
iinilor the table Tho 1alnlors Union com
Plnlns that tho Hoard employ nonunion
jmlnlirHon school biilhllnirH I ho news has
bi > unclon to Mayor GIant ttY the Arbitration
011111111101 ot the Central Labor Federation
IrossmonB Union No nnd Webb Tresmnons
Union No 1 are at loggerheads and tbu former
bus iMirncd employers not tohlro tho members
of the latter
Tho most Important feature of tho cliciilnr
on the olKlitliour ninomeut just Issued by the
ioncrnl louutltf Hoard of the K of L IB UH
Inuornal InnuiiiiRO nbuu the American Fedora
thin of Labor which Mr Powdorly says Is
an important body working on the same
lines ns ourselves The Hoard tloslros that
all omljlloH of the order sbnll dlscui tbo
clclithour question unit gIve Instructions re
caidlni It to their delegates to tbo next Gen
eral Assembly t > o that ibis body may act In no
cordnuco with the desire of Its constituents
Neither tho Uonernl Assembly nor the General
Executive Hoard has over taken any notion on
the question
The appointment of John Jarrett of Pitts
burch ns American Consul at Birmingham
does not diminish the value ot the work ho has
douonlthln tlio past Ion years ns President of
tho AninlKatuatod Association of Iron and
bteol Workers
The WnlterR1 Union of this city which was
orcanbcd four years ago with twontrtwo
named ou its roll has now over lJOU members
At the than of its organization there wan no
fixed limit to the hours of labor nnd no scale
of WIUFH but tlaoio thlncs are now rosulntod
Tho union has boon very active this year in
induclnc picnic park proprietors to employ
union hands
There are reports of Growth from the Now
York District of the United Order of American
Carpenters and Jolnorx
Beer Drivers Union No 1 requires Us mem
born to pay their monthly duos In advance
A number of tho labor organizations of New
York mid Brooklyn are holding Sunday night
muss meetings in favor of the elchthour
system
The employees ol the Brooklyn Brtdco have
abcncllt lund in their union
Notice has been gIven that suits will bo be
gun ncnlnst tboso members of the loan fund
of Now York Amalgamated Machlnlstn Union
No 1 who full to pay up br the 3d ot Juno
The Journeymen Hakors National Union
will this week consider the request of the
helpers for hotter wntes
The building trades tn Now York and Brook
lye aro very brisk in thoso times
ClcnrmnkorB1 Union No 141 of this city has
Instituted suits ncninst certain manufacturers
who use spurious labels
There appears to bo no truth In the report of
nn Impendiiii conoral btriko In this city by the
ClcnrmnkorhInternational Union Hut there
nro widespread complalntb lu the trade ro
KiirdlliK tu present rates of pay anti many
meetings nro held nboutlt Tlio various un
ion in Now York Brooklyn and lloboken
vould lntvo to vote In favor of n strike In any
part of that district before it could bo declared
The International Union is a powerful body
and has now a membership of nearly 20000 In
tho United Htntefl In Iho past ten Tears it has
paid out f r212ll In strike bonollts It has also
sick and funeral bonullt funds and n travelling
fund It Is ono of tho best mnmiKCd labor or
canliallons lu bite world Its treasury Is In
llrstrnto order at this tlmo A mass meetlnc
of the oicnrmakors of thin city Is to bo hold
next Saturday night at 125 llivlncton street
Ono of the new organizations In this city U
tho Wholesale nnd Itotall Dry Goods AYocon
Drivers Union
Watchers of tho Journeymen Brewers Un
ions ot this city lIre to be on the lookout for
nonunion lacer at the picnics of labor organi
zations Ibis summer
Many of the largo oyster houses of this city
have acceded to tho request of a committee of
bite Waiters Utaloit for Sunday closing during
tile hoi weather There was good feeling In
general by the negotiators on both sides
A death bonoflt fund to bo sustained by
assessments with 1100 for each death has been
adopted by Cemonl Laborers Union No 1 of
this city
Tho ptorcmen alone tlio Brooklyn waterfront
who went on strike to secure an advance from
20 conts per hour to the former rate of 25 cents
and who havo had contend with the com
bined body of employing warehousemen have
gained somo advantages that load them to look
for durable success
Tile contract that the Locksmiths and flail
ing Makers Union presented to the employers
for adoption related tn wages hours of labor
Sunday work place work and the supremacy
of unionism
Master Workman John Coffey of D A HO
K of L was indicted by tho Grand Jury nt
Hrldceton N I for malicious conspiracy In In
cllini the reeoul strike at tho Cum horlund Glass
Companys Works Tho recent importation of
liolclan glass workers Into lonntyhanla has
led to tho ifsuo of an order r y the Window
Glass Woikers Anfiminllon that foreign class
workers comlnc to this country under contract
In violation of law shall be MnciliBtod Tile
contractors also uro to bo prosoctitod
Two or throe of the luhor loaders of Chl
cnco havo boon appointed to ofllco under tho
municipal Oovoinmont
The labor organizations In the American
Foilorallon have been voting on the proposi
tion to sustain tile general etrllo fund by a
monthly levy of two cents per hind
The movement for shorter houron the part
of the Clerks and HnlesmonR Association of
Iatorson N J is I favored by many of tho load
log torekeepers
Now ofllcors of National Trade Assembly 198
of Machinery Constructors K of JU were elect
ed ni the session just held In Detroit
A million copies of the Declaration of Prlncl
plus of the K of L In tho French language IWO
to bu dlstilbutod nuioiiu thus working people In
1nrls duriuu the Universal Exposition
File Bovontoenlh annual convention of the
Journeymen loreesboors I National Union will
bo opouud at ht 1aul today
Tho 7000 coal miners of tho Ilttsburch dis
trict after n Jorinlghta Btriko for nn advance
cot rates very close to their scale nfter a con
ference with the operators They are back In
tile pits At a joint meeting ot the miners and
operators of Iho Hprinclleld III district an
adjustment ot thus scale was accepted by both
Bides The troubles nf the minors at Htioator
Ill are not yet satisfactorily f otllod In Indi
ana there has boon a conference between tho
Coal Operators State Kxocutlvo Board and a
body ol coalmlno delegates who protested un
successfully against n big reduction of wages
Tile union journeymen bakers of Newark N
J are jubilant over the now agreement that
has boon made with thin employers providing
for ton hours work on live days of tIle week
and twelve on Saturday
Among the questions brought up at the con
vention bold Ill 1itmbiirah lent week by the
Pattern Makers Leiicuo of North America
wore theolnhthour rule the piecework sys
tem and n tool Insurance fund Itwae re
solved to abollan all piece work
OAJIU AXIS MIWTLS
The Oarsmen Opinions or Kmtardaysi Itnce
Tbe ContlnR AtnlsinttsVnrunri Race
The principal topic among the oarsmen
yesterday was the case with which the Atalan
ta crow defeated the Now York Athletics on
Saturday The general belief was that tho
Now Yorks were never In the race and the
fooling now Is that the Atnlantn crow will
rock It pretty hot for the Columbia College
Tnrslty crew on Decoration Day Saturdays
race did Lot develop what tho Atnlanta crow
can do ns they were clearly rowing within
Viomeolvos from the start and at no time In
tile raco were they compelled to show what
they really could do Humor has It that they
have more than once done bettor In practice
than tile best national record for n mIle nnd a
half and If tho rumor bo Into the Columbia
Varsity crow will havo their hands full to
down them Hut It Is thought that lab and
the University of Pennsylvania will send their
eights to compolo on Decoration Day and
should they do so then tho Atnlanlns will have
an opportunity to chow what thoy are made of
The result of Saturdays race was generally
plenslnc to tho majority of iho oarsmen of tins
Harlem and Iussalo Ulvors Tile Harlem oars
men felt pleased because the majority of tile
oarsmen In the Athletics boat More formerly
Harlem Illver men While the oursmen of the
Fnssnlo lllvor were proud because the crow ot
the Atalnntn boat wore all Iasivulo oarsmen
Now that the olchtoarod shell race has been
decided the question among the oarsman Is
Can the Atalantns win the doubloeoull race
with the VaninaUloat Club of Brooklyn next
Saturday Both crows have boon training on
the Harlem for some tlmo past but Jackson
and Patterson BO to Newark today tho Varu
nan following on Wednesday next It was
thought lo he a sure thIng for the Atalantas
until Saturday whoa the Vnrunas showed up
in such Rood form that the knowing ones shook
their heads and dooldod to wait n while before
placIng their pile There IB no doubt but that
the race will bo n hot ono and very unlike last
Saturdays as the crows appear to bo moro
evenly matched
The Ocmpscy Ilrother Win
Members of the rowing chits on the Harlem
River saw A milling race yesterday between J and W
Dempsey and M And W Lao of the Atalanta Club The
race was In pair oared gUa and was over the mIle
connie to see which team shall represent the club In the
harlem regAtta It WAS a game atruggle from start to
finish and was won br the Dempsey brothers In Q
minutes Ah seconds The Lau brothers finished one
second later
Metropolitan flowing Chub Opening
The doors of the Metropolitan flowing Club
on the IlArlem River were opened yesterdAy for the
seAson Donald Nlcoll the President of the club was
ID charge of the festivities Unlimited beer WAS on tAp
And All day lone the club house resounded with songs
and speeches Among the visitors were a quartet
from the FabIan Union Actor Iiennelt from the stand
ard Theatre and members from the Itavensnood
Uauntlesa Atalanta And other boat clubs
Howling
The ninth game in the Cafw Loeollnc Bowline
Club tournament WAS rolled on KrldAy between the Me
tropolis and Cameo Clubs The score
MKTROroUS I CAMEO
Plddlan A L 120 Jonas J 01
Jacoby Cos 121 Frank A 102
Viartman M H neesJ
otrlght SI l V Ill Thayer J IJ
Conn A 100 flee F B UO
Total es Total M3
Cricket
Tee followine cricket malchec will he played in New
york otud vicInIty on Saturday Amatsur Leaue of
New York and Brooklyn lacroose Club Ia serttrat
hierk Klno Couty rtckot Club And lit AuStins
School et hew uinirliton Manhattau CrIcket Ciub end
Sow Jptiey Athletic Club at lroepect Park menibere
match of the Aiblon CrIcket Club on the came grounds
at 2PM
Saturday cricket games at Phihadetphia recoiled as
follows ulerttantowfl 23c Belmont lit 554 Tlowa 22
CU blelrois SO Slerlon 37 Ilitladelphiia 51 Ilaver
ford College 1st C Young AmerIca lot 51 llaver
ford College 24 1011 a oung Amenics Sd 51 Belmont
2d 171 rblladelpblA 2d M ilermantown M 131
Merlon 2d 157 illrerton Stf Lansdowne a yslrlilit
2H Richard Ilailer Lodge 7
The Newark Cricket Club opened theIr se000n on
lb Johnson avenue grounds on Salurday by the
eating a strong earn of the N 2 A C Tie
VIsItors went llrst to tie bat and were mlliaposed
of for 041 rune Ilaywood 32 and Sloafleid 17
doing moat of the work Stralford and Moore liothl
handled the bail effectIvely The home club whetu
time wae called had obtalnsd 103 rune for the boo of
S wioketi Knights 50 and Sttstforde 25 were inerl
lotion contributions Ihaxileld bowled well lot the
yloltors Hoth teams filmed somewhat heosaly C U
Turner ef the vsors sprAne lull back badly and s
not likely tn play again for some time A large number
of spectators wire present
lncrOHfie
The match between the Staten Island Athletic Club
and the Brooklyn LACrorse Club for the Uelrlcha Cup
and the Eastern championship Is said to be off Brook
lyn will then retain Ole trophy for another rear
The following matches will be played In the Metro
Sollun Lacrosse League s series this week On Thurs
day Meeiu InstItute And llrooklyn at Washington
lark on Saturday the I oteie of tbe City of New York
And Brooklyn In Central lark Hutgera College and
Htevens Institute At New Brunswick
The Harvard College lacrosse team will cross sticks
with the Staten Island Athlelln steam at tiet Slew
Brighton on ThursdAy Afternoon The llArvArd teAm Is
In excellent eondltloiL And 1rlticeton will have to wart
hsrd to retain the Interco11eglite chauiplonxhlpwlien
the two teaml meet At Cambridge on batunlay
lbs College of the Cltr nf New York suffered disas
trous defeat at the hands of Lehlvh on balunlar tho
game occupied only cue hour and time Inlverslty
Iiiayers scored six goals In the lint and thee In the
econd half of the game Mitchell llalleck and Nelson
did the best plArlug for New York
The slAnding of the four fIche in the Metropolitan
League Is SB lollows t
Fmrt riattt Won Lois
College Ilty of New York 3 l 2
Brooklyn Lscrosse Club 4 1 o
htevens Institute 4 a 2
Itutgers Co leve J 0 U
UutKers forfeited one came to Stevens
Iuirn TrnnlPi
The Iowelton Lawn Tennis Club formally opened their
rounds for tlie season In lt wburgli on htturday The
club Is A large one sna the third court la I to be laid out
on their pretty ground at liAlmvllle Their annual
tournameul will begin on June lu
JEnsuuiiug ligeons
A telegram to the Secretary of the RIngs County
llomltiK fliiii was received In Ilrooklrn shortly alter
noon yesterday announcing that eighttwo birds be
lonirlng t eleteu coops in the neighborhood or New
> orL hut been llberatel At Ila no the iirave > ld at
ituoVlnek ft M Die Heather WAS threatening ruin
cluudr with tendency M fog nnd Unlit rasirrl Inde
This fact will iroiutbiy account for Ihe poor suird male
bv the uicssenKcrs eleven ortwelve humlred > ards tier
minute betnir uottilnir unusual In the llltrlits of
homllir pUuons The heat r > eed VAAI made hv r I
Brhardlinjs blue cork Vim cornier mark j II n which
arrived ulllill i I I oclock and coirred the ilUtancp at nn
average srieed nf 0372 yards per minute the second
best nan U 3 U Siancelil a fluo curL 1lif2 counter I
mark 44 came In I atI 1 li Ii clock I M slime etett
0m055 yards Ihlnl T K lloldmun xllli two blpl H blue
cork 3mIa onS A red checkered lock C K I arrived At
811115 oclock and had An Average speed of ruin
oilier arrlVAla were retorted as follows M II Mairulre
3 ai so T l Ian lma 1 i e liaesch Je Pr Aim S 21
J 1 NIckels 334 1 stat J Ialoo S H The sleet race will
take place from Washington 1 > C
IIOVIIH op lKItiVltlS
Klag presentation Irlmarjr School ID IDSth street and
Eighth Avenue Thursday lii I A M
Festivl of the Mohawk Social Club Atalanta Casino
113th sIre stud Eighth aeuiue Wednesday ml I 9
lIaland LIterary Society debate on the wisdom of
havIng eofranciilaed the negro IT tact 12311 street
Friday evening
Kleclrtc Poiltllltlei AS Viewed by A Ilnilnesi Mao
an adDrese by Iraiius H linan before Ihe Klectrlo Club
Thursday 5515 P M
New York Inlversallst Sander School Institute
eleventh semi annual session at first church Summit
avetoe rj r Uraol SWest Jelily tttr WeanwOay 8
TUK 1I011U AI0 CAltHIAOK XllADB
Unalnes Lively In Jlolh Induntrlcl and
DenIer llappy
Tile horse market Is brisk and there IB a
Bptrltod demand for the host grades of nil 1
kinds tho loadlnu dealers having their hands S
full In executing orders A largo number ot
consignments from Western and Southern
Stales are received weekly and are disposed
of almost Immediately
Carriage horses of the desirable size and
color are the scarcest commodity In the entire
market and they bring thev cry highest figures
both at auction and private sale J 1200 to
2000 being not unusual prices Saddle horses
are much sought after and low prices are paid
for desirable animals that go nil the fashion S
able calls Pairs of drivers matched as lo
gait Size and color are hard to find and 1200
to 12000 IB not doomed an exorbitant sum to
ask for thorn Cobs are much Fought after
and moro attention Is being paid to the near
ing of this dandy than in former yearn They
are very fashionable and are high priced as
a natural consequence 700 to 100
not bolnc nn unusual quotation In tile
local market for n perfect llttlo gentleman
Express bores are in demand at JiOo to tliiiO
per team and truckers are llrmly held nt JOOO
to DUO per team biuglo drivers eras graded lu
price according to the speed they cnn thou
but good ones can bo picked up at almost any
nHpoiislblo dealers from 430 to ISOO Iluflnois
horsoo are steady at tino to jyoo each anti
BtrcetcrB are iiuotod at tho sumo stereotyped
prices 125 lo 175 Tho weekly auction sales
of the American horse Kiolmngo Limited
and Messrs Van Tassoll V Kearnoyv eio at
tended by largo crowds on Tuesday Wednes
day and Friday and many bargains woro se
cured by dealers among whom there oems to
exist a sort of Free Masonry Jacob Dahlman
of East Twentyfourth stieot bus on hand at S
isis neat siable some very desirable harno
and saddle horses which ho will gladly show S
to visllois many lime
II A Sloan V Co 153 East Twentyfourth
Street are among the newest accessions to tho
local norso market but they are more thati
holding their own disposing of a car load a
week They receive some of tile host animals
that come to Now York from thom agents In i
Pennsylvania Ohio and Michigan Dr biituuel
H Field of 211 Lexington avenue has just re
ceived a number of valualjle saddle and har
ness horses and ponies thoroughly broken
They are for sale nt reasonable llcures A
Jiourrot lilt and MO East Twentyfifth Street
has a splendid lot of carringd and saddle borers
and handsome ponies which ho will guar
antee Ills motto is Quick sales and
small profits Morris t Chesmirnan of 521 Broad
street Newark owners of the Great Eastern
Horse and Mule Commission Htablos will bold
auction snlen on Tuo day and 1rlday nf every
week hereafter at which 2nO head of horses
and mules will bo offered The halo will begin
at 1030 and there will bn no postponement on
account of weather This firm handles all kind
of horses from tho flying trotter to tIle lumber
ing trucker Thoro wore two great auction
sales of horses lust wook that of trottorn
under tho management nf V It Inulg at S
Cleveland being the most prominent bo
cntiEO of the mystery surrounding the
sale of IMr Gordons famous Kfddlna
OIly 212 to Mr II A Stevens a local collco
merchant for f2J750 who has not yet made
Rood the sum mentioned and there is now no
doubt but that the phenomenon of the trottlnii
turf last year was bid in Thin has hurt the
falo some but good iirli os ruled throughout
Mnmbilno Sparkle 217 bringing 7000 and
Kulsun fioUK At homo wn had tile thorough
bred yearlings from the Llmondorf and
Mcllrathlana studs oliorod by Mr Lnston at
his now stile paddocks at Hunts Point They
wont n crand looking lot and brought fair
prlcno Tho American horse Exchange Lim
ited will hold Its socotid spring sale on
Wodnosdiiy 1otnr C Kellogg Co will sell a
large number of Jerseys at lie American In
Ktltuto bulldlnc tomorrow and Wednesday
Including Mr alancay IX Fullers very fntliuus
cow Mary Anno of ht Liimbcit and all his
herd which has boon transported from Hamil
ton Canada and art now on low Mr Oak
leigh Thorno of Tliorndale ilenmmln L Swan
Jr of listen Duly and Bovnrnl other promi
nent breeders will also dlsnoso of drafts from
their herds
The carriage trade not to bo outdone by tile
horse market seven livelier than for tile past
three weeks which worn phunmnotml In tho
history of tho Industry Loivden A Jliitherfonl
of lirondway and 1lftyllrnt street otTer the
greatest bargains Imaginable In now and soc
oust llituiml carrlagps heir 1 xtnik Includes
tiovoltloH In natural wood and palnlnd traps of
every ilescrlptlon biicllmardH wagons la
oak ash and stained woods mlninluro vo
hlcloHof all Kinds and tsles with harness to
matih at verj low prices Slier Invlin liibreo
tlon They will ulo runt Ion tho scnoii and
many who are unable to buy an < < h gum turn
out outright can hccuio ono very cheaply lu
this waj
1 lauilrnuVCo of 172 1174 and J7fi Ilroomo
ntrenl havo nil the latest Mjlrs lu viclorliiB 5
landaus rorkiivttvs wagons buck ittiitt mis
iMirlh wagonolloi dnrlnt MiriovH and Jtliite
ton hey aro the hole agent for Ilrockllt t t S
TultloH light I iirtvInK I Viagons tliolr eilleellon
making ono of tint IIIIHI ml lvsmrsi lieu nsaort
montHOf onrriagns In tint Unit ui btaus W
11 I I dial 5 i I 21 ii till J Woulor hticnt I will I I I hold a
special salool 5 200 carriages tlux vviuik Tho
itiitluu vvngon 1 nud Cnriiiigo Cmnpany C hprllu C
street nnd oulh ith 1 nvoimo huvu r < uu pleas
uro alliS liusiiuss wagons In stink lln > wnlorn
have pevnral T 1 carts lull mlo u llttlu I iifed
but In linn ordnr Idvvirl I CalliintinV I Sons
West 1 ortylourlli
slroel nlTiir Moonilhund S
broiighnin fami r carts cunopy tilt rittons cah
rlolnis light I Victoria1 nnd a I ccl tars vvugmm nt
rmiHonablo llguriH In UrooklmJ tuilov of
htate 5 itreet and liooriun I plnco miintiffu II rOll S
carrlnKOHofoMiryiliwrlptlmniul I DI 1 1 1 lun I
hum A Hun of Clinton I Mrent Imvo on hand cm
ruies ol lliolr I I own inanulaciiiro I and ilionn I I of
oIlIer reputable dealers v hlch ti y oliir at
low Ilauris Ynlfintlno I Linn Kergtii otriior
near Mnlth turni out velilcios of nl I kinds at
hliown luctnrv 1orry tWO uiioiira fii town
or country vim bo rt000lemi nt 26D nslilnili > ii
streit near the JlijdBt entrance Mullluit of
in and IB llcerum pliuH bee a large assOrlfltnit
of ton buslnofn vvngona on hniiil Tliq llnOau
and New York Wagon comr nlc ol how Votk
have a run of this trade In tat inttropolU
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