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OX THE FIELD AND PATH. TiirtTi:St tII AND TOVNO, CELE- UIIA1V Tlii: FOURTH, . VnrliT Kfcord I.rnUen it Free port The Scillltli-Amriloo Mav a IIIk Time Orrr In -ruey-A Onla ly nt ISrifcen I'olni-IMlier lntre.lnff I.Tcnta. Altboucli ttio Amnteur Athlcttlo Union and fhorromlnont nthlotlo clubs nr dlspood to j Lnuponwlininro tertnod "picnic Ramos." f thoro I nn nttriuth chopr about audi raootlnjra thnt I JIy "Ift80,t ftt tJl purely ntlilotio affairs, whorotho events nro runoff Inn dry, mfttter-of-fAct vny. ith nothlnjj to disturb tho unotentful primness. At "picnic enmes" a Kood-nnturoJ, con tlvl.il foolhiK provnlls, ntid tho eo-as-you-ploiso manner of runulnc tho events In no Vit dtsttirls tho fooling, tor all nro out for a holier nml hhortcomlucs nro ororlookod. TLoo cu uiuRtnnces, touother with tho dnnc lDC.frankfurlorfl. ntid boor, comblno to mnko iuc'u Atf11rsam,cce8, despito lno disapproval of tho A ftn lts rnoro aristocratic clubs. Tho fccottUh-Amorlcari Athletlo Club eavo iuch a combination mooting at Caloitontnn rark, Jorsor City, yesterday, and tho nttond anco will probably necossltato puttlnu tho Treasurer under heavier bonds. All tho pretty girl In Hudson county npnoarod to bo present. and. natuinlly. allthoollclble younamon soro alrtO tlnTo, dnneliitr ottormnnco upon tho hoau ties. Iho ciowd was oxcoptlonally ordorly, thoitch the fact that Champion V&l Call III was actlnc as inarphalmay hno conduced mate rially t' tho uood bohavlor. , The rastlmo 'Indiana" attended In two tally-ho coaches, aodoponed tho eyes of tho vlllacor us thoy nod through town. Tho nthlotlo events woro run off patlsfactorlly, tho beor kept cool, tho canes allowed thomsolves to bo runn. tho Brines st'IUed nobody, the chowdor contained .lams, tho frnuklurtoia wore hot. tho muslo l&Mlr.ni,, In fact, tho fates were propitious f, and Independence Day was spout In a clorlous 1 bl ho summary of tho athletic ovonts Is as fol lows- On hundred-Tart tiai.-Hc.ft Ron Final hat won r nuim l'nru'n A. c :). anli). J M. ulen, It i H.n.lA. C m$ jardi', feconu, tlm. 10 3 -S tec nml. ht cow nntsiralirhtawnr, tlownlilll lMi qnarteri otttiewAjr, with arfiuut inoiin toward th QnUti It wiiTirvuneen, ana ih runner harlntr the out 1.4 wire ffi'T hnl. capped Iho wtonr uted the "Tom my . u.rt, to which bit Ictory ! due. fttihODRh h F-i4 no CM das oppouenu tfaluit him in alt trial and ouhn'aJred and rorty-yara riandlcap Ban-Final haat won ly '. McPonough, Bur a. c. (WrJi); k iityertv .New Jersey A. C. la yards), second. Time, o5 "tlftlit hondrrd-and eUhtvyard Handicap Unn Final feist won by J. a. .Mci'urthy, West Iloooken A. C HA vardi. A, H Grce Manhattan A C (tcratchX second, time. 2 minutes eecomK U K. HUIlnsa. ew ork A. C. rlalmed a foul agnlnst Ueorfte. bat It was not aifowtd. Ceorpe led Billing a yard comlnjr Into tte rrteh nl thirty yards from home the New ierk tnai purted and drew up almost rven Ueorsre a notoriously bad runner to raceaiotigslde of, owlu toLiawkwardawlnglnB nf the elbnws A few yards from home UliUr.pi inale another effort and was struck byocortt"! elbow, the Manhattan man crosslnir the line a rw feet ahead As tieoriit was tn the centre of tbetrsrk. and there was abundant room to race along f iiK 00 lticp it claim of ruut wm dlsmUseiL Tlie Jostle wiBr'alnlytinlutetitlonal and did nut afleot the order of niinh ODe-mlle Run Wen by O Marks,RIchmond Tonntr A C (jards), S Owens West M'le A C 0-0 yardsi sec rnl Tune, 4 minutes M :i 3 seconds Owens and Maria had a bruising race to theinntiMe. the latter ouuprtnt IntreWest Mde man at the lliilsti. The winner is an c.d Fnzllih runner, exceptionally game, and nts ftlus tiae teen numerous of late. Trrte-rnlle Handicap Run Won by M. Pent. Trospeot Hnllr1(4 si-oonds), J J Koirers, New Jersey A. k' M ( refunds), second by two feel This was a mag nllcent rflce. or two miles Hent and fogers ran lthln aiird of eaclt other, a.teruatlng leads an eaoli spurted The lant two lap- wero ran amid a riotous scene The friend of both contestants ran alongside the track encouraging tho men Kirtr yard from h' tue ther were neck and neck then Rotrer sbwwed a l rifie m frmit but Ilent tuade a supremo etTcirt. and Juit 1 ended his opponent at the tape ttugers fell erhaustea. and aa tfuKht tn with diihcultv. lie has only benii runn'ng fewmoutha and bids fair to be one of the furinntof distance ru'iner The lime of the race vaa i Hi minutes A Ji ft KfCutidF fist for the track one mile Handicap Walk on by li. A Logan. Frn Q tl-h tnerlcati A. 4Ut.efi.ndB) t Bardasch. Fro-pect I Usrrler iSost-cmid. second Tim- 1 mlnutf-e 'M .n H seonU Iho winner walked a erv fair race U R. H Iturkhnrdt the chuini Imi, a thud beating hf rltnl. H hlioi. of the Maiihiittatis Hi.rKlmr.lt competed under I TS' llir cl u ttt.ncf I'M name a on the pro H gran mi', but ho had nrtt bei handicapped, and b's ftitry till not pBed tbrnugh llu nrl'clal u tandlai per hand; under a strut interpreta ti'inrfth-A A. I law on ttio subject he wn not elik'l ji U.'toetirt. KutMerftarv oungnt the Pcots showed H alrtter from the Secretary of the I a time Athletic H t Itih. date I tbedav the t-ntnfs closed entering Rurk H h irdt rT i)i4 walk The l reslduit of the A A t!. H and n erm at the (.ante Commltteu tes'.lhed Uiey H had taktii the enfy t the ortlctal handioappera Q ol. c and mlted hours for him to put In B an appfirance. but In Ain They bad Hurl- D tardte natu put on tho programine, for naturally H he would Htnrt tmm scrat h. I nder theie clrcnin- H B'.inefS the reieree permitted the walker to compile. ' 1 and r-o carried the 1 'outline olorhlch euVrtual y h dm, fen i't the current rumor thnt the champion In H ttnd loaning the owcrki a he can ret retent no fl cub hut thel' A at the next championship meeting by ve-te djy'e action I. ATter tli games, dancing nnd Srewoyks were Indulge 1 ' In, and th festtrltlta kept up until an early hour this mo-nlng The ort'clsls of the meeting were: Referee William orr ludges Joeph r. 'kouug k a. a. c ; J C Pciareiux. Man attati A. C and rt W Mathews, A A. c; Tliners-R. fitoll Y A C ,Jas VarrelL L H A. AM and K Metlens faMfme A V Judge of Wnlklng-M. iMinse 1 A. C Clerk of Conr J "alsn, P A. c Assiitiin J. Royle. I A C ftr After W. Kenny, N. J. A. C. Announcer Hurrell, H. A. V The Herman American Athletic Club of Jersey City hetd It (lrt setoi menihers' iranit-e at Fcheller'a f'ark. In vet MoboHen yesterday T(.e rrsterent, a IWjards dio was won hi h Uhr In II fecondv George rancn h second The mile run waa won by (ieorgn leaauo, with John Marshal second time, o minutes A three mile run Xomfllcers was wrn by loo-fresldeut J Rogem In in minute AOseconlK J T. Law son sec ord A tub race with tfereutten starters was won by I lawrence Turner. mnov rot"iTT' rAtFpoi4K ci.un. ttf Hudson ( ourty Ca'edonlan rtub hold Its twenty Qret annual gatiics at Scheuten 1'ark In I'nlon III1I yes terdi Abnuiaomi persont were preiit Nearly all the games were partlupAted in by professionals lhe resulte wore Tutting Lurht Fton for memters onlyi Andrew Pamli'in tlrst, M feet oi Inohe. John Crahum second. it rowing Light llammr-George Hamilton tlrst, M f tt 4 inches, Andrew Hamlltr n second Running Lung .lump Andrew Hamilton first, 17 feet tlurhen. UUiam (lartirle second Halt mile Raco Andrew Hamilton first, David Morrl sn neeund. Ho)n Race George Bourke won. George Hamilton second Putting Heavy Stone A. P. McLean, flrft, 34 feet PM tnliet, William Robinson second. tjre Hundred ard Pain-S, V. McUaii, flrstt IS. B. Flint second throning Heavy Hammer J. L. Cattanongb, first, 91 feet 7 lnchen, i Mclean, second i The gold medal awarded to the bert dressed high lan'sr vrd won by TMIUam VMtherseti, John HamlHon, A second prize ' T..j.)ng the Cahre J. T Cattatwogh, ilrst, S'feet 3 ' Inches Highland Fling Panea-H1 lam-McSorley, first. Wi lis tn Hbitelaw hecoud. 3hie Run-Ceorae t-rirer, first, Nicholas Cox, second. f Time 4 minute . suonds u lfn; Uuh Tote-(tdorge Slater, first, f feet l Inch; J. I. Cotiirinugh second. M n Wltion iln the gold medtl for being the best drcsid lady Highlander present. Ml .cvlll. second Kutmlng Hlith Jnmp n. P. Mcl.euti, first, 3 feet, I Incr I K Hint ieco.d Keel Panclng T Whltlaw, first: J. Oathrle, second Four mi'e Rnct Nicholas (ox, first. 1'ettr Prlddy, secon limn .MiilnuieM. PrmidsMurd Dance William ilrPorley, first; TlUUm Whifavt second. liignrwV-i.en, Miter. R I. McLean, and Willi am Hoi itihon was thn wlnu.ng team. inter am Kkk-tJeuriie bluter, first, 8 feet 11 Indus B l, McLvau, second. MMIV, MrUllS AT KKW1RK, The games of the Riverside Athletic f'lubat Newark ye irdiy fre luterentlng and wull attended The I'rst event wa ihe s(th cjiu(eitMon for the .Morton medal, s 4U-ynrd ditsit which Ha4 Hun byArchteUav 1 ard, In tii rmrt . Morr II in yurds. serotid. A five rule run t)m scnnd competition for theUr. lehrlt ter g d u.edai an won by U alter Ash. 4. fcouds ii tt minutes setonds. Ilarrl ton li feton i fffond. The nnal content rur tli fliem nndali n as lor thu highest poiiiis In two seta i f ffan.es of t ur events The winners wore II RoUun, U Pim gold medal Mllllam, is pxluts silver men, T!ie ran nfi their tto in u 220-yard dash, and biiion n The evenrln this routest wer loard dus'i wru r R' Hon. jards in In 4 ft seconds, with 1,, euun rerund. Mending broad Jump, won by II. r hilt, 13lit" lea, with Menl 4V iticha Holton 1J imhe. sec Mid Jtuiinlug liUh Jiir;i. II t Rlu. soratch, ' feet I Inches, bnaklng the club record. nh houu, l Inches, e'onl 1i. huudrsd and.lvrnt y ard doh, Holton, 4 yards, won tn .tsecoiid(, with C Mllaius second 4Titi kTic i.AMbx trruiiMit Nrusrtuii July 4 - There uasalargo crowd prefnt (his sfirri oon at the pori at the rls'ikill athletlo gronii u Ju-tpkF Do tugh j champion skater, acted "rMfru- Ite oetits wsr as tollnw. upn hundred Jurldiih Won by.) a -e NeiMinn of Manhattan Ath Uitr i iur, lime. 11 seconds i ne hundred und fifty ards nurd e .ice-Von b Janio .Newrmtn time, 21 eec frit mi mile Hun -Hon i, j, im Higglns Khhtl'l Aiti rt u (imi Time, ft minutes oseciitids. I ur hun ot 1 an i tirt ur l HuhWon by Ihninas Rutlman, '' 'n.eifc I'U.b. ftniM, 1'M ihevmiiK Ruuiiitirf Jl.l li.mp Won by Thomas Hullman with J del mchet. et arid I ii.' Rroad Juuip Vtvn d I A'nck Towers Irish Ath.ewc Ciuh of lurk with P feet l li.ch. Rnnning broad jump 'cl'tJu 'tuiiiiij with Id (ret 7 inches flitting ouii4 wrl.ht- Won be M H. Marry Irish AtliletJo J i ti wlh .. l-et Hihlitf rutting lOjound shot wufi M M Ittnv, itb.nWetSlnches. IhrowingHl Pni hi.iiimtr -Wu br M 1 am. with Bl feet J ; 't ;. m a run-Nun by jiartlu UcCuo, tIaJ ol lan-utLt .-; betomU AinirTii t'uRT A1 MltABItT". If ii-iTu s i Jut 4 -Tho athlttlo sports held to- fli at hliaheth were nltueased h) oter U,tO( people. w,n ',e , c its jievenl) flTe-ynrd dash r-toii i.i High Hn)!o I'at I'oRitiii, sei'vnd. lo hun iffi.1 hiil tont; ard run Won by Tat 'ol is iiii.ii Rol set uml Uaif mile runWon ') Re .ird Wi liamum James McDsiin, econd iK'T erfVl"1 r-e-Hon by J. JicHann and Kd iM li Mk nce--Mon by Hugh Jiovle. heeb fcrn.w R4ce- Win U hd 1'hllllpsj T. Hayes, set ond wsfcuei irf Rare-Wnn br Jerry Sullivan, prue 7ft I 'i.u 1 j g i' ,), ui: i.rvftiad Pole 'JO f&et hub. forty iteuiptai oned V g -1 un-Woa by Kugeiie t'hll V Iru cMlonal n.l0 two mltes-Unn by Oeorge t'liirina trior to Mm games a H yard profeslonal raf'ewtih thitesiarters as run off and won 1 Ralph Hand fie P '"' "riti inn litiio in atiiiktio ctia cinrs J'tf i ii i nnn, luiv i.-Ainut I (Oi persons repre jeMn.il w it a ui aOibmnr th summer resident JI' ienn c j.seiubel at e Haven I'ark to wit ( Ii.1 u',', r,f P"",-,f the yf Haven faslno siil-i, tn , 1th A i, 0f ,ip mded lie events. ' ma i . i,rks'inr . 1 aid nmal pleasure between i in.f 1 r,- t'r.t nriit was thelub race Iho tiki " V" "'ler iru. and was secured by 0 F si, i ii, itumd prize ua a silver ncarfpln. and " '". m. lt j(( (ftimnilng match was for 00 i jara. ai,iri urn lhe rlrss wero a tenuis racket and V hsntua d.uni rd The first went to Copp. mf.,"ul Xo . K w' l'rbart Iho second it P . M ""h was ion flrds and return. " tut (us MiiilnlauJ j. YC. Curtis locc-ad. lathe rowing raco, one-half mil and rottirn. tho first prlsa was taken by H. 1 iters on and the seeond by flwananoa Charley, a rowln race for doubles eamo next. Tho riV P.tUti J ,lIlrer Pnel1 ' won by Copp and iJornlnlck. eiiwao a rnnning raco of lrnj Tardsj first prlre, a pair of sleev o buttons, was won br Copp Second prlto, a rocket knlfo. was won by l Y nomlnlck. in the three-legged race, lo-i yards, Copp and Trlmhlo were first, and ltotnlnlck and Menavo second Tho tennis tonrnament was not finished, but will be decided to-morrow. Tnn rttrtroftT i. c. oahis. The only celebration that Frceport, U I., had Tester dar was that of tho freeport Athletic Association which gavs its third annual games and had a good Hint, generally. Almost the entire town was out to see the ftthletift. Tho game wore held on the new grounds nd were ery uccesifub lhe world's record for standing hop, step, and Jump was broken by .1 u Rich. i A. U and rreeuitrt A A who cm ered a distance of X) feet 11 inches This was 1 Inches belter than tho best previous lump, which was made by Matcolin , rord Attraction not down on the programme were a three round boxing exhibition between Tim Murphy and Ueorge illbbs ot the I'astlme A I., and the attempt of Nathaniel Curtiss. Hunoter A t ., to beat H D. Lange. MAC, the latter to walk l.nuu yards and the former to run tbret quarters ot a mile. Hero Is thostimmary Klfty)ard Lun. Handlcap-Hnal Heat 71na first; St Jntiii. sicond. Reilly, third, lime, ftHcouds Two Hundred and lent yard Hurdle Race, Han dlcnp A A too per. M. A C, scratch, first, James Iixun Jr., M A 1 h yards, second. R. b. Kennedy, M, t. h yards, thirl Time, tM seconds One ihousand yard Hun. Sr ralt-li 0 Mtygerald. tar A i irt J, AdnUdorfsr, Tastlmo A. C, second, lln J ilnutes411t seconds hour Hundred and rori yard Run. Handicap First htatVi J i'rr Urlghton a V . rard ilrsti Y v. huthard. New Vork ) M (' A. Uft vsr Is second Time, a oeeomls. hocani heit-l Rome, ftar A t . an yards, first, J Dlvon, M A O, 10 iriK second. Time, Mt second- r Inal heat-Carr, first. Hurnes, sec ond Time, MHiejtnK Two mite Run, Handlcap-J H. H. McGregor, Rrighton A. v., Moyard. rlr-t Alexander Orlee Y. A. l, 130 J ards, seoond Ttm 10 minutes ji seconds Runntns-High Juiun. Handicap -R. K, I'rltchnrd. M. A 0 scratch, first, iilstance. f feet 0 Inches factual). i) t St John .t.tna A. U. , Inches, secoud, actual dis tance, ft feet att Inches. standing Broad Jump. Handicap A. J, Iewkowlt, L. IX A A . n lncl.e first; nctual distance, feet V Inches. A. O. Oakley, Krookljn M. C. A., U Inches, sveond; actualdlstance.ti feet 5 Inches. Htandlng Hop, step, and Jump, Scratch-.!. W. Rich, M A. O. and Freoport A. A., fitst distance, v feet 11 Inches. This boats the best previous world's rtcordby )H Inches. R. K. 1'rlichard, M A. U , was second, with u Jump of a feet 84 Inches, The principal omiers of the games were! Referee Malcolm W rord. Uruk!vn Ilelghin A. t) Judges -tl. Herbert Henshaw, Rrooklyn llelrhts A, O . Horace Secor, rreepurt A , and T R Harnea. Freeport A A. Timer J. II, Deeves, U. A C, and ilenrrfe Wallace of themde ifoicrtvr. Starter T. J, Murphy, Allerlou r. v. c, a, raws at trw rarwiCK. Niw ItarnswirR, July 4. The annual rames of tho Young Men's Christian Association Athletic Club were held to-day, M, Duner won the local championship 10") Sarda da-di In 10S seconds Newark. New York, IMilla eiphla. Harlem. Yonkere and other places ere repro tented In the race and Jumping vrnteets In the lW).)ard handicap run there nere twenty six entries and after four heats D 0. Clepgof Philadelphia was declared the winner. H. K Hurt Twenty tnlrd street. New York won tho running hkh jump, he re ceiving four inche Ills Jump was ft feet 2i Inches. U H Shaffer of the aiue place was cecond K L. Salre of Harlem nn the 4 40-) ard handicap run In 1:S. there being eighteen eutrles John F. Uuckwi.ll of New lork won a l(X-yard dash In W seconds The on mile run mas won b) K. R. Whitney of Yonksr tn 4i4li. he netting 7ft ardi handicap . Morris, a Philadelphia (.olored man was second. J. Lewis of this city won tho one mile walk In M 1 ft rain utes. J K. RuckwvM of Nen York won the J-yard dash In 24H seconds. II II Worrell or Harlem won the BXysrd dash tut becanne Keune'Io of the same club ran alongside and coached him It was given toll. A. Baldwin of Newark A protist was entered. K V. Allen of Philadelphia won th S-iVyurd Uaslu coon roRT at svnfio roitr. The athletes of the New Jerser Athletic Club enter tallied about twn thousand spectators esterdav after noon at llercen I'oint with a jroid programme of track and field sports Onlymembirs ot the club compete 1. Prlres were awarded to th first three men In eao t event ae the quarter mile championship canter, rno summary of the e entt la a follow KXJ Yards Dash. I Inal Ileit-M. P Halpln. 2V, yards won In lui ft seconds F t' 1'ufier, 4 jards, second, R . Woodruff. 7 anls, third. Twotntle Rlc)cle Race A Zimmerman, scratch, first, h minute lu 4 5 seconds, bduey H. Uuwmau, scratch second Two-hundred and twenty-yards' Hordle Race Ik O. Woodruff M ards first, time 2d a-ft serunds F. C Putter l yard, second. M P. hatpin H yards third. One mile alk-lierman llleriherg, Jtistonoa first, tlmr, " mlnote ftl 4ft seconds. J It Keating scratch, second: 11. A. Haver, 4' seconds third Eight hundred-aiid etghtv wird' Ran Frnest IHrrt berg scratch, first, time, '2 minutes i fecouds. It. A. Thiimtson, 40 yards, second, W. L. Trewln, 43 yards, third. FouMiundred and forty-yards Canter for tho Newman Gold ( hamnloruhtp Medal K. E. Rames first, time ft 4-3 seconds. Frank Clark secoud, H. K. t'orbeLt, third Potato Raco cratch. B O. Woodruff won end broke the record time l ;. second I ilward Ra-cuver sec ond and l llliam A Wuoda third Rnnning Illh Jump P. R- Karrlftcton, 4 Inches first, Sfeeittfuche. ILL spence. scratch and P K MIney. Jltuhe tied for second place Meet J 'H Inches Hpetice won the honor tn th to Hllney as third. Two-mile Meepchaa- Crnest lljtrtberg, scratrh, flrsr, time II minutes .tietconds, I II Multh, 1 minute, second. i. Uauman. 40 seconds third. Three legged Race hdwurd Ilepper and Fdward Racover tlrst. Hint J 2 ."i second F. t Putfer and Ernest HJertbeig second. F. P. SUney and I L. Harnes third. ATllIITttO rK tprAIKRB 110 HAtPIKR, The sixth annual picnic and athletic games of the Independent Newsdealers nnd Carriers Asportation of tl'o hastern District, Lul n Nos I and 4 was hell at Washington Park Broadway, near Chauncey treet. Rrooklyn, esterd.iy afternoon and evening Nearly 2.u persons woru present home good athletes were In the seeral etnta uud the apecta tors applauded ihe Victors Hherallv The track wasonoof tue regulatlou picnic paths- The results wete Oneml'e Run fami el T hreeth. Prospect Harriers von ith O. L Paynter Rrooklyn Lacrosse Club, sec ond. Time, ft intnuifk ji seconds Half-mile Run for Newsboys Thomas N'ason won, with John Kollmer. seoond. Timo, .1 minutes 10 seconda Knnnln Hep. Step and Jump s Armstrong first, M feet, w J Daius Na'itlliB Hum Clnb second fid feet. l!alf-mil Run-S. T. treeth, Prospect Harriers first, O R. Pav nter second Ttin. '2 minutes . &ii second Hair mile Run for the Kmplorees or ahlog-toa Park M rroothelll, frii Tlnifi. h minutes 7H seconda quarter Ml e Run for Ladies Miss Mary Karred won. Mine I lrjie Wood second Time, 1 mlnum Ii seconds. one Mile open aiK-0 L l'auterwon. with H. K. Smith, Rrooklyn Athktlc Club, second. Time, fl min utes I iM seconds. jftOyard Ron W J Paint, Nautilus Moat Club, won, with Thoma Jtaftery aruna Roat Club, secoud. Time, 2U seconds. To mile Run Pamuel T Kreeth. Prospect Harriers, won, 7 nomas Raftery, second Time, Miuloutes i!4H seconds. THK 04LI iT SUTT JU1TII O A flCIC Jones's Wood presented a gay appearance yesterday, where the officers and men of tho old fighting red menl the Mxly nlntli. held their annual irames aud picnic A Urge delegation of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Toustronir and preceded by company A of the olxty ninth, paraded through the oaat side streets to the gr mnd. The athletic events wero open to all The results wero as follow Two mile Run P. Prlddy first: P. Hegel man second Time Iti mtuutes 14 seconds Rutmlmr High Jump J. Robinson. 3 feet 8 Inches, Cru J uaunon. Meet 7 inchea econd Throwing nrir-sl Pound U eight for Height rat (i Hears. 11 ftet b Inches, first; if Rlordau, 1! feet 3 Inches, second one mile Kaeo open io memtiers or tne . u. h .n. y. In heavy niarchfujr order It Chadsey. Ninth Regiment, first P. Hheehau, SUt) ninth Rcgimeut, second Time, tt minute. THomtle Walk-K. McDonald, first; time, 15 minutes A Radger. secoud. Three Standing Jumps-O. Crown. 3d feet 10, inches, first, J Hulllvan, 31 feetO Inches, secoud Running Hop 8 tap, and Jump U Jlrown, 44 feot H Inche. nrn. T. Keafe, 42 feet iu lnche second Putting ftdpounl Weight from the t-hoildrr D. Kuogli j.MTcer, rrst. HalTorun, '21 feet 7 Inches second, 1) rard Hush J Sa'Ihan, first, time, 11 second. J. II Murrny, second ?:uyrd Ri')K Raco Washington Hoe first; Thomas Mvri arty second. Homi cnnipaiites ere represented In a rile shooting touraatnrni at 7yarda the teams conisted of tlvo men each. Ih tlrt I rl'e ent to I'ompain I with a score of wi, arcond pn- to Company I', total. 7 Pri lale C. Haiilels of i umpauy H made lhe highest score, 21 The other scores were Company O 77; Company K, 74, Company 11, t. Company P, 6.', Compait) A, 41. KXIIIBITIOV SV TOITMJ TIKKRJ On hundred and firty men. bojs and vtrls. memters of the Melrose Turn Wriln and school, under the dlreo linn or R Mcller, gave an xhibltlou uf tho jirtr pbvsl cal training at llroiumer Lulon I'ark yosterday l here were performances with the dumbbells and fenc tnrstlrks. exhibition on tko parallel and horizontal bar. Jumping over the wooden Iioro, and move ments of tho arms and leg The rxl Ibltlons vi ere very creditable The entertainment b) the girls wus particularly mlercstlnr, little tots of r and ti je rs of tttte going through evolutions that amared the spec tutors The nllUerof thn urganliutlnii are l'reideiit, M. CJuenther Vice Presllent. J JUrMet Corresponding becretar) J Miyer Huauclal fcecretarj, George liar rlet Recording secretary, A Huetuer; Treasurer, LoDlsMlicheU TDK I LAX 11 01 H IT SIPUSWDOD riRX. On the Fourth of Jnlr of ery year tho Clan na Gael Asorlatlou of Rrooklyn one of the most powerful or gaulsailoti of Irishmen in this country heid an after noon and eteulugoullug at Rldgewnod Park The event usunltr attracts huge crowd, and jesterday was no oiceptlon to tho rule Notwithstanding the oxcesahely hot weather, some O,0ot)peront were upon the grounds. The athletic gaiuea generally are the chief feature of the pri'irrammn This j ear a selected lot of gamm vt ere mapped out to be routested. but seVsMl of them did not till, and those that did take place hardly csmn up to expectations. Tho wiuner In each event received a medal. Thf results are rMnl.e Run (about Rlsps to the mIlo)-T Battery, firrt. J Honshu, neroud. lotato Raco r Raftery, first: Charles May. second Quurlrr-mtlo Run francs Harreu first. John Ueg eack Rfce (2?n yardk)-lt. Crook, first; Thomas Mc tirath. second Xtamlteg Hroad Jump-P, W, Mealy, flrslj dUtance 9 feet 7 Inches Ousrtsr tulle Ran. open to members sons only J, Rovers first. J. Whelau. second Runiilu I'Otig.iump -joiii) siov cixn, urai witn it teet V Inche r . W Meal) second with 17 feet 7 Inches. Runnlnv Hoji, rtep and Jump 1 hweeney, first with n.Meel 1 inch John McVeigh, seoond with V& feet a Inches CXLKBKST10M At SAG IUHBOR. Fourth of July was celebrated In great stylo at flag Harbor yesterday Tho irauies of tho Athletlo Club were heiddurliiK the aflernjon. The first event, a 440 yard run for a gold medal was won by J. Wood ard, with p. Mlvey second P Mivey won tho VJO-yard raoe for avoid medal iu JS seconds The iuyard dash was winWi Mors with C frlhev second A hurdlo rue vs os won by K llopole The 'JVi bicycle race was MnnbyP (.lover Hn H Prndersecood C llassett won Iho skiff race P. Hllvey won tho potato race, with J Woodward second The ladder climbing cou teit was won by J N'olan In second. A Good Fly by Homln Flsono, rniupstrati, Jnty 4, -The best Journey of the lesion from 2,000 mllis was flown yesterday from Orange, Vsu to Woodbury. N. J,, by the twenty eight birds of T I Oreen that returns in tho Journey from Washlor ton a week ago Tho start was at ten minutes of 0 o'clock. The first reluming were fourteen together at I ;td P. L. Io first passing tho wires Into the lofl tblrty lecouds later. Tho air lino dls Unco covered Is J,t)l in lis s, tho at erase spiel MW yard per roinuts Tho return go ou Monday, to fly from Psvnvill the first favorable morning after arriving Ihsre. The distance is about ." B mllea The eight birds of 1 wining A Cadwaliadsr of iftrdley Pa., seiu lt Mondsy to Concord. N C still wait there, th weather up to this time having bn un favorable A second lot an of eight go on fl on -lay to theiamtalton Utile Rhode, Tho rovianco bird, sent for record on from eo miles, was liberated in tireenvllle, H O shortly after nCfJJJJirit0.Il ing The record for tho distance Is bold by tbohowark bird Sergeant luon. for th journey from Montgom iry! Ala .made in lt ftud 90i tnU bftf la bn coy rsdln.dys, nnnicLiNQ. Kond JXetolns nnd II unn on tho Traek with Blcyclea, In spit of th freinent showers and threatening aspect of the weather yesterday, th famous Irvlngton Mllburn course presented ft Decoration Day appearance. Theflrstof the series of road contests held annually by the Hudson County W heelmen brought out ft largs num ber of thJrsey clubs. Tworacss wero run, the first event being a one mile contest for the Reuedlct medaL In this raco there were sla starters, who finished as follows R. T. McLoughlan, first K. J. Day, second; (I. YUlion, U Ird, and K. Holliv way. fourth; time, fi 03l". Tho IHouiUo handicap road rac brnnght twelve contstints to the tapo They finished In a bunch the race bUng exceedingly i lose and ex'ltltig. Thefiri'tfive men in were tl. W Wilson 3lj minutes han Heap ilrL time '-'" tultiuies lu seconds K T McliugtWan 4 minutes handicap. se ond. time ju tnlnutes U I Aaeronds, I. J Ha, 4 minutes handlctin, third, time Li) minutes HUN econv M. Hollow av. nmltiuti handicap fourth, time 'it minutes hi fee onds J W Robertson AH mlnuier handicap, fifth, time V.'i minutes Vti seconds Tio silver cups, h shaving set, acdajers1) suit ero awarded In this contest, t, K. Kluge started but did not finish. Among the nflicl ls ere I). Reuedlct referee. T Merceresaudc KTeliud, timers, and H Mcl.nugl.lsn, starter. tiik ?tew vork ricrciR iucks rostrorn. It was deemed advisable by Chairman W C. Hey deckerof tho New ork Hlcyclo cinhs rsce meeting, which was tohsve been run at Whl'o Plain yesterdn). to postpone the ract a until about July Sit, n accuunt of tho track being lu an unfit condition for racing On this account the entries will le reoj end thtswlll afford a chance to some of lhe cluhs of this f nv to run a club raco at the meeting should they to dcslr Titrv imi a ran start. Rain proved n drawback to the club tourist, who, despite the rather muddy condition of tho roads, started on their three day tours yesterday About twndoren members of the King County Wheelmen, under the lead of Capt Murph) and 1 leut. llmlncar and Red. Tord, left their club bouse at Si A. M. aud travelled by war of Rub) Ion to Patchogue. over the same coiirso, and with an viml number of men went njit v. L. Puller and Lieut Oolmby of (he Hrooklyn BlccUClul. their destination being Patrhnffue al-n I leuU Mead and Metsrs. Rarkmau, Raymond, and Uorlatid of tliu Rrooklyn Club started on a three daya' trip to iho favorite Delaware U ater tie p. bictcir nre at n-cctxiin. Cicmjtati. July 4. Tho bicycle raco from Hamilton to Cincinnati. 17 1 ! miles, had fourteen contestants. Robert Rauman of Dm ton "on K I. Alsup or fin clnnatl waecoiid, Charles 11 Met f Illghlnndvllle, Mas, third, 11 M llrlh or Newport. Ky, fourth. C T. Codings of Covincton. K.. tilth; N. II anlckIetiof Chicago, siith. Rest time, 1 hour 4 minutes 1 4 secuii'ls. MSXi'MMT MAttKSMKS, How the Fourth nasi CVletirntrd by Hand tern of the Cltin miU Klfle. Tho second day's shoot of the Newark booting So ciety was much more satisfactory than tho first day's, the attendance being large Tho first nal play which pjld mas Hon by M. Dorrler of the ettler Rlrte Club of New York. The shorting during the day was very exciting and tho "bucking' for the bent three tickets on the rlug target, between Dorrler, L' Klach, O. Joiner, and P. Campbell was lutiretin. For the best two ticket on the same target, John Coppersmith ond J. A no ken won For the five ticket premiums of Ihe ring target lib Harrl still leads In the ructf for the mom point on ten tickets on tho point target J Copp. rsnilth lead John Coppersmith eecored the premium for th mostbiille eye yesterday, and alo captured the special jremluru for the last bull" ) The shno'lng will bo continued today, the bull's eye targets rlosln at 4 P. l. and tho ring targets P. M, The prlres will he given to tho winners tonight In tho Miuotlug Park HoteL KtrlXNP AT CimtPKOOS, The first of a series of matches of the National Rile Assocl-vtlon for Marksmen a badge was held on the I reeJtnoor range vesterda). Th contest Is open to all member of the National duardof Ihe Ktate of New ork. Mcklew made tit poline aud received the pruo. Singer vou the club prlre More than forty contestants entered. rw rnRiK err good snoortvi;. Shooting at Krbs Park. Newark yesteraav. consisted of two sweeps of eight live bird each aud five fonr bird sweete. lu the grand total (. M He Idrn killed .h'out of 4 j birds. William i.reen M'.ont of 3, John fcrb 3 lout of MH and Hugh Ledd) of Mnntclalr -H o-itot li&. Tho others who shot wtro Abraham aud Jamts K. iMiaton and Reiijamin Morris. crackim; stra aora TiRcrm. At the So-ith Mde oun Club shoot at Newark venter day tho contest was confined to blue rock targets Tho first shoot hub at i" singles. Hobart broke 1 White head n. and Tho ma in In the eevond rdtontat H lu gis yuad broke I" lerrlll and Hobart and Thomas U each A simiJarrhoot followed. In which Hubart brokn 1n. Ward and Terrlll each, und 1 homes 7. In another Thomas and Ford broke Heach. lloharlK. and Terrlll't. The last shoot was at five r-vlrs. U U. TerrlU bruko 8. Ward 7, Dobatt aud Morns ti each. BITIAL l.l I I lb lOTVHT. Tho shooting of the Mutnil Jun Club at Wledn miver' 1 a-k Newark, hterday was at live I Ird and Inanl-nate targets The Itrt ent was a Uti'rtt bird sweep, in which echratt killed l". Koegel 14, Rarr It Luederke. leofl're an! Perment 11 ach A mlied und double sbvot fnl owed at blue rocks. Hobart broke five pair ard five siug'es. Carl von lengerke and R Fcnraft broke H, nnd lex Roehler 13 Thr shooting finished with a rrire tournam nt at 15 single, blue rock a aud the scores were: Hot art. !'; S. Cockefalr. IS. Mekok 14 Loudecke 14 P. Conkelalr. 1H; Kramer. V2, Hasslner. u lrmen'. II rhrft. II Reich, 11; Rarr, lu, Koegel, lu, Rubenstetn, lu, Hague. JU Peoples' Koicotta nt Philadelphia. Pnu vnrt riiu. July 4 The Peoples' and Cup regatta on the fichuylklll toIay was more than I bjII) sue et fut. There were eight contest and every one was rowed on time, Philadelphia ecurl only two out of the eluht races the being tho two elght-oared con tests. The Falrmount won the Junior and the I'nlverslty tho senior races Tho shores were crowded with spec tators. A dash of ralu scattered the people at the cloe or the Junior eights, bjt mos; of them remained until the end. The race were rowed and won as follows: The first was that of the senior scullers, uud tbe results were a follows L J arney. Institute u mi, F. R Rait. Pentisylvauia.fit3., T J, Park. eiptr. i OU, and u. J. bteveim. N. T. A C, last In the first quarter mll Carney and Stevens rowel a spurting race aud left the other behind. Carnej had a half length lead vlnu tin ijuarttr was reached, crossed the line three IsngtLs at e .d of ilaetz, w ho was ttire aud naif lengths ahtad or Park There were four garters in the Junior Scullers mc and v an Mlet reallv won it. but h ai unfortunately barred out on a technicality having passed ou tho wrong side of his half mill flag The result wast J .1, bhlle. Inton ham, p j Wall, a C ti N lu w nnd M. J (arney. Institute, last. Ueorge au llet, ltistl tute. h m V The third event wa4 the rare for four oared gigs and this was the result Ravenswood. Lons Ilamt. n :i2S$, Trenton, Newark, n-ltoH, esper, Philadelphia, and t'mon. New Yort, were not timed There were four starters in tho pair oared shells, and It resulted as fo lows Nonpareil Sw York, ftnf N Y A C., No ork. lunl Alcyone, Lllrabeth, and College, Philadelphia were uot tlu.al. lhe fifth raco whs bsieon the double scullers an 1 It resulted ai follows vac New )ork. time h niluutts, Triton. Newark, time l) minutes .i4ccouds, reiceut, Phlludelphia tlme.it minutes A aecdids rraut, t hlcago, time, n mlnutea fl seconds, vesper, Philadel phia were not timed. (July two four.oared crews participated tn the next race. The resnlt wa as foRowa Triton, New lork, H4-W NonparelL New ork t'Ot. A iroit exciting cuntea: slcnalled tho jnnlor eight oared shell race, ana tho fpectuole ot five crewi pam Ing thf nair mllo Hags stem and stem v, as a sight full uf excitement. The race resulted as follown Falrmount Philndel- fhiA K4l..Maten Island Kew Urk h 4J, erJr, 'blladelpbla, m 41 America, Philadelphia, and Treii ton Newark wer not limed. Iht 1'iilverxlty won the eenlor eights for the 'harp less Cup quite easllv The Kairmouuts took sscotid place from tho New York Athletlo Club crewferan exciting finish The New urkir protested Ihe racou the ground th it Falrmount ouxw.ilu did not carry suthtleut weighttiut wasoverruled by the nferee. The Pasoalo of Newark and Columbia of Washington, p c, fitilshtd ui the order named, Tho inner' lime was 0 70. Thnt A. A. V. Turners Alliance, To th Kditob or Tub fict .Mr An article In to day's Issue of your esteemed paper, under tho heading "An Impractical Scheme seems to misinterpret en ttrelyth reso'utlon parsed by the lato Convention of tho N. A. Turnerbund, which rtcommeuds (friendly re latlonsbetweenlbat body and lbs A A V. Th alliance spoken of is not an amalgamation. It gives, at tho best, the member- of ilther organization n chance to become acquainted with the doing of the other. There Is no idea of atsorpilon, nor ev en chute union. Roth Mr Mills in hla communication read 'to the Con vent ion, and the advocate of the resolution among tho Turners appeared to be well aware that there Is a wide dlficrenco bttwesn both organtratlous. but that they have many Interests In nommou, which, by united strength, may be benefited- It is now proposed to work on friendly terms In thesu common fields helher thu fromotionnf "competitive athletic sport" will remnln ereafterone of the chief ends of the a. a. lr or not but nothing at all to do with its relations to tho Turners Rut there are undoubtedly inaoy members of the for mer body who do not want t oompeta for chhmpiou ship themselves, and, for their own bodies, refer a ")Bteiu of rational phjsloal development. ' Mhll 1 acknowledge that 'competitive athletic sport" and "rational physical dsvelopmtut" couatKutn the essential difference betweon the Anlo- uierlcsn athlete and the (.ermau American Turner. I do not seo that ther Is an Irreconcilable antagonism. vWiiin fbainplonshlpl naturally reserved for ft few, th Tur ners Munt to secure a healthy phi steal development for alt. I should think It would even be of advantage In competitive athletlo sport If It could draw It recruit from aph)slcally wll developed )outh. hpeaklug aa i ne of ihe Turmrs, 1 may isy that tho frcat satisfaction which many of us feel with Ihe estab Ishsd friendly relations of the two organisation I da. rived from the hope that wo will find bv tbem a hearty and effective support In our endeavors to have a system or rational physical development Introduced Into our school. Why should this sihemo be chimerical T If this aloiio will tn ihe outcome of the alliance everybody who will have hetpnd to bring It about will have dune for the welfare of hU country at least a much all chmnplou athletes combined Lave done for lis pride At all events It will not upset one organization to get better acquainted with Ihe other Both may learn, aud the Intercourse may help to establish a system of gym nasties not Anglo American, nor Herman American, but American, pure and simple. Yours truly, Jvir a Rhast Hiciuap, Th. D, Professional Honlloro at Booton, Borroir, July 4. ThJrty tboacand people saw th row lag races on the Charts i Rlvsr courts to-day, Th time wa vary slow. Five contests wer on tb programme, thoflrrl being professional single scull race Pour men appeared at the poet- Among th missing ones was Uftudaur andhls partner llamm As j pec ted. John Teenier was an easy victor. Ten Ryok senond and IfcKuy of Halifax, a good third. The oonteti for local professional scullers brought out four Casey of Poulh Ilotton was tho ponutsr favorite, and he won quite handily. Amateur Junior single scull oarsmen rowed a three-mil raco Albert Howling of th Crescent Roat Club wa first In with C, R Ulgglaiofth Riverside Club of Cam J ridge tho second In, only a length behind him, and obn Rand of the City Point Rowing Association third Cpon a claim of fool, lggln was awarded the trophy and Rand received a medl for taking ssoond place roltowlng the arostenr soullers ram the eight oared raos, and as tbs Rradfords and Crescents were th only ersw that m(i lb furintr had walk ordr, I rBBBBQBrjrBBBHrBHBBBHBBB REWARDS FORSAVING LIVES. BVIT8 OF CLOTHES, CASH, AJtti MEDAta aims to mi Arts nr.s. Two Gold Meialu GItih Thin Moatk to Two llrTn Cuptnln nenrnnli, Arcr,BQ Fllty n Y,nr-The Hr HixtIiik Moclelr. EdwnrJ Tollnck ot 901 Third nvcnuo writes to Tiik Hun tolllnc tho Btory of how on Wed. nosJfiy of Inst wook, wlillo In swlnimlnc nt tho foot of Tnst Fifty-ninth ptroot. ho rosciioil from (hownlnt; n Ind who hnt sunk for tho third tlmo, wan unconscloui) when tnkon from the wntor. nnd wivi rosuxcttntod onlr with grcut (linicultr. Mr. lollnck shvb ho thlnkn Hint tlioro la ft roward offorcd for thl nort of thine nnd wnnts Tiik Hun to toll him how ho enn uot It, llonccomnnulcBhlsBtorr with tho tinmoa of wltnei903 of his dood. Tho hoy himself, Brunnol Johrann oHOI Knit SKtloth Btreot. Ii nnmod ns 0110 of thepo wllm-Bios, ami Jlrs. Goldsmith of A14 lnst rifty-oluhtli strcot to whosn houo Pollack pays lio carried tho un conocloua hid, ns nnothor. Mr. I'ollnck soonis to maka out n pretty good cnno of ordlnnry Itfo Rftlnc. Undur tho rukB of thoofllcoof tho unlr flocloty lu this Tlclnlty thnt mnkci n habit ot rnylim for tho imlllnu of bors out of tho wntor, Iiowomt. ho will hao to no ono Mop furthor lioforo ho can uot nn7 ro ward boslJea tho hntlsfncllon alTordod br n conBclousnesi of duty wnll dono It ho nnd his wltnossen enn provo to tho satisfaction of tin oo worthy conllomon. who prcsldo oor tho ie wnrd tloiinrtmont of th I.lfo Saving Uonovolont At-soclatlon of Now lork, thnt In unvlnic tho I.ohmau boy ho Incurred consldcrablo ior snnnl riitk. nnd wns moved purely by Immunity, without nnr thotiKhta uf n cn-ih rownrd, ho will probably bo able to draw upon tho funds of thnt society for nnythlnc his cuso may seem most tn dtmiand, from n suit of clothos to a substantial sum of money. Ho Is too younc In his cnioor ns n llfosmerto hnpo for n modal, but If lit Bticks totlio business for a fow oars nnd has a fair decrooof success, ho may voino tlmo bo sum monod down to tho olllco ot tho Atlantic Mu tual Marino Insurnneo Company, at 51 Wall street, nnd hnvo uhiiio.l upon his bosom n sllvordlsk.ns bis as n dollar, with a repre-ont-ntlon of a ship, a stormy nlttlit nt sen, nnd breakeiBdead nhend cnirrnved on ono side of It, and on tno othor side a record of his last notable deed In iho IlIo-savlnK lino. If ho still porxlsts In his habit of jumplua ovorboard every tlmo ho hoars a i-ry forholp. nnd cols a scoro of twanty or thirty livus lo his credit, nml then doos soma particularly dnrlnc tliltiu. such ns dhlni; under n vonol and stnylns tlioro until ho has lelonsoj mtiio uufor tunato man from tho entnnKlcment ot tho rlKElns of n sunkou boat, or plunging down botweon nn Incoming forryboat nnd tho pier to mill out a man or woman who was In too much ot a nurry to cet ashoro, he may ro colvo another summo,DB to tho Wnll street ofllco. and this tlmo como nway with n cold far. (imic of his silver medal to show to tho folks ami hand down to his childron and his grand children as a proof thnt thoy had n particularly bravo nnd cournireous rami for an ancestor. When ho has cot his cold modal if ho overeats It. ho will be not exactly unbiuo nmonc men, but ho will hato sufllclontly separated blmrelf from tho common herd to bo out of all dancorof feolluc crowded. Ono of tho Urst men with whom Mr. Tollnok should try to cot ncriualntod afier ho roaches that Foction of tho horoaltcr vihero men with tho llfo snvlnc 8oclet's cold moduls will Hock should bo Capt. (adwallnder IMnccold of tho Culled States Nay. I'upt. liinccoid was ono of iho earliest who recehou tln Miciot s chief decoration. Ho cot It fur so handllne his Mc and clumsv frluatn. down olT Hatteras homo twenty or thirty yours nuo. that he Inid hor up nloncsMo n lnrco troop Bteamor that had drlon uslmre and snvud a thousand men fiom what seemed to ho lertnin douth. ltesldes being n tiles thine to wear on a coat, that medal secured for L'upt. ltlnccold a promotion which oiorrodo all tho regulations of the bur vice nt that tlmo nnd was crnnted by a special resolution of (.'onerous, ftlucv thou many men luuo obtalnoU tho society's cold medal, lint noor without haiucdon some ficnal act of braery i" merit it. Jaik llussey usod to wear ono. und boi oral other rher front heroes hato had tho decoration, but compnratltolv fi-w hiunnchloved nny lilchor distinction than tho clher medal. U'iion a mii has bron i,o persistent lu i-avlnc lire nlouc tno clocks that tho society cots tlrod of clviuc him Milt of clothes and money ho recehes a "-lUer modal, rtomotlmos. if his deed Is a particularly bruvo one, and he does not earn for clothes or money, he cots tho silver medal ttio llrst tlmo. there is n silver medal at tho society's ofllco now wnltinc for ('apt. l'nrtons to call for It. flo jumped oierboard on. April 2U at the foot of oet Fifty-ninth stroot nnd scronod around on the bottom of tho ilvor until ho found aud brought up a boy who was almost drow ned. There hnvo been two cold modalsclren out this month. 'I ho first one was,lo Ca)iU Patrick (Irace. one of tho Ward's Island ferry men who isacoutlrmod llfo sinor. Ho has pulled llfty two peisons out of the water ui to the time that the society docldod to glo him n cold modal. This prvsontatlon wnB made on.Inno fi nt tho nnntial exorcises of tho Hnu-o of llelucoon ItnudnU'a Island, nnd thooOlcorsot the sochity wentuver tlioro to hand Capt.Oraoo tho medal and tell him what a bravo and good man lie was. Tho other cold medal was given last woek to rapt. Anthour O'lirlen of the llttls steamer I'ort I.eo. which runs between (anal street and Fort I.eo. (apt. O'lirlen Is consid erably addicted to llfo having, although not to such nn extent as Capt. draco. Ho hasnlroudy had money ou uiiToreut occasion-, a su or watch nnd a silver medal from tho i-ocloty, so when liedhol ovorboard at Fort l.oo a fow months ago nnd rescued a deck hand of tho steamer 1'ieasant alloy, who bad performed tho Mcdinty act In connection with nlotolrnpo, fragmoiits of the davits, and other entangling donris from colliding stonmers, thero was nothing loft to bUo him except tho cold medal. Tho evidence showod that Capt. tl'Urlon had remained under the Mirface of water somewhat thicUy populntod with mov ing pnddlo wheols n whirling propeller, nnd o:her Incidents ol tho confusion thut tho acci dent had eaunod about tlto dock, until ho uii taiicled tho deckhand from tho wreekaco and brought him to tho surfa . Tho Captain hnd previously roicued eight persons from di own ing since tbu yonr 1H74. when ha first began to keen tcoro of his rescuos. 'ihe life saving soelelv rewards in ono way or another about fifty porsons ovoryear!or nets ot bravory lu rosculng peoplo from drown Inc. Tho expensoot this Is considerable, but it is met entirely from funds contributed to the Foclety lone ngo by lis foundorn, and which now constitute n pormnueut endowment for It, more than sulllcleut to meet all tho demuuds, Tho cold medals cost owir "0 cacti and the sllvor oneH ubout $11. Tho other rewards vary according to tho circumstances of each case. If tho brave man is some ragged tramp or iiancor-on about tho docks, he generally cots a suit of clothos. A worklncmsn with a family to inok nftcr and no more monny than hn wants, usuually cots cash, any 1:10 or some thing llku thut. In nil. tho i-oclety expends fiom tWO or jear upwind in re warding acts of brawTy. Tuoro are no strict tulos as to tho naturo of the act that shall merit a re wnrd or ns to ttio proof i uulrod of It Tho wholo mutter Is In tho hands of n cnmmllteo of three, which Investlgatns carefully etery clnlm. and mnL.ee up lis mind niter consideration of tho statumouts In writ ing of tho persons dlieotlv lutoiestod and of clilcns who may hno witnessed tho deod. Uonerally tho mnttorls called to tho attention of ihe committee by some third party who has boon a wltnoss of the rescuo or v, ho has heard of it. iSnmotlmos tho porson roscuod initios tho application and Aiunetlmoa thu bruvo men npuly In porson fur thelrreward The Life having Ileuevolont Society of New York was founded In lsl'l, audits original pur pono wus io" encourage meritorious conduct, tocrnnt rewards, donation, und promlums in money and medals, to procure and use life boats, boat and station housos with articles and materials to nfford tacllltlos In sating llfo In cases of shipwreck or otherwise, and by themselves or oiliitrn to perform uuy similar senlcos of Denevolonco nnd charity." Tho espoclal cuuso of tho organization at that tlmo was tho luck of any rogulnr system of llfo sa -Inc along the soacoasf, Thodovornmont had then but begun, with ono oi two small appro, prlutlons, to provide llfe-autlne appliances In connection with the lighthouse service. Tills society steppod in. and In conjunction with thn Government built nnd equipped lifo-snving stations nil along tho l.onc Island nnd Now Jersey coasts, Theso wero mnnnod by volunteer crews, 'iho society managed the service for a number of years, until the (lovernment finally tonic churce of the wholo business. Since thon the eocloty'u work has been confined to tho re warding of meritorious conduct in the lino of llfo saving along tho docks or from, wrecked shirs. Walter H, Jones was the first FreBldont of the society, and among Its Incorporators wore Oooren Oriswold, Daniel Lord. Moses II. (Irinnell. William 8. Wetmoro. Thomas Tiles ton, Henry Colt. John I. Asplnwall, Edwin lJurtlott. Morttinor Livingston, and Froderlck A. Delano. At proxent . II II. Mooro is its President. Joseph II. Chnnmnn Its Trn.isuror. and C. A. Ilund Its bocretary, Tho Committee on Awards consists of T. II, Illeeckor, Cross man Lyons, aud (). 1'. Mitchell. JNo regiiliu ro portot therewnrds given by the society has been made for several years, but one Is being prepared, and will bo printed during the sum mer, It will contain many hundreds of names, and will oonitltuto a unique and interesting roll ot honor. mBBamsaBaama3Bmmasmmam Highest of nil In Leavening Tower. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, LVCKT lAUCItMUXT YACHTS. The Wonderful Mlurrn nrrl On Ihn llnnornnnil rrtrMln n ItlKlivrC'Inas Ttio Antirnniln ItrulatkcCluruoii At'(l Tim1 Tlilily-two ynchtB wero entered for the nn ntial raco of tho I.aiclimont Yacht Club yes- , terday, and thirty-one of them started nftor nn oupeiatlnir wait ot three hourB for a breozo I Ilundiods ot guclB or. the 1 tub stenmor Alhei- I tina und hundreds more on the I'cot nf stoam ' nnd snlllng juclitn an em bled In tin pivtty linrborhadnlmos', clvontiphoi oof a rac.uhen n light air from the southwest came-. The Blgnnla wero promptly given by Iho committee, , Mossis. Scott, ,-mltli, and Sanderson, nnd tho , llcot got nway la this onlor: Mr. Carroll's Ml- j net vii, with lliynn Allov nt Hie tiller. Ilrat, nt , 2:7'2r.; then tho cntboat Xuleika tho I Iris , Anaconda, Manqulta, ( boctav, S'nsijun and Clara, all within a minute, then tho rchonnor I.otu , tho sloops Fa'con and Yorant, Iho cat I.akshml, sloop Ama"'ii; thou tho schooner Ciavnlla, with hot ow,l,r at tho wheel, aino I across nndor good headway, with tho .711lna ' ncnrlt two minutes tehlnd hor. 'Iho ro-t I crosod within ten mlnutos, but usnrly hulf j wore hainllciippad. ! It was the pieitiestynchtlnc plcturo that has been oen on thu Sound lu many h day, tho-o thirty-one nchts closo hauled on tho port tuck travelling through the smooth water an I heading rtrnlclit lor tho llrst mark u Htako boat anchored nt tho mouth of Hempstead Ilorboi, with the "iiucv Mlnervn, as usual. In tho IfHil. She had been classilled to sail ulone. but hor o'vuer, by assuming thu lowest limit ot Class 5, pitted her nunlnst hor old nntagonl-ti? that sailed in thnt clas. She not only tlfentod them nil, but carried off iho honors of the day by making tho fnstct tlmo over tho course, and v, Inning besldo tho class pri'e. tho (Jould t up. The wind wus as light and as fickle us It pos slblyi'otilil bo shilling duriug tho rmo Iroin omhonst to iPithwrst to northeast, and finally back to south. Th course for tbo schooners aud all tho sloops except tho Anaconda and the Clara was around stoke boats off llennntoad and Captain's Islund mid leturii. iho'-o two had to round a murk ofl Stuun'ord. Iho atboats rounded tho buoy olT f-cotch Caps. To tench the Hist mark tho Arnica and some of tho sloops sol splnunkers 10 poit. tot tho wind enmo from the V W. after tbo lenders had luffed mound ThoCovaliu nn-sed the Lotus and Aznlau In tho wlnawnrd work, between llomp-toad nnd tho Captain's Island boat, nnd sho gvboJ around tbo latter mark threo minutos nhead of tho l.otiiB. 'iho Minerva nnd l.lrls had a close fight (ill tho way across the Sound, neroi splitting tacks, and cachcarryiui'thcirjIbtopsaiR Club topsails wore barred on all tho bonts. Tho Minerva made a splendid gybo to starboard nrouud tho l aptnlii's Island boat at '! W-i&. Sho vvas J minutes ahead of the I.lrii here. 10 minutos !i seconds utiond of tbo .Ylnrlnuita. and T minutes M seconds nhead of tno Choc taw, it was nist her day. 11 light broe70 ond smootli water. And it toem ed to just suit tho Anaconda, for sho astonished nil hands by walking past tho Clara to windward when thoy wero hnlf way over 10 tho Stamford mark. Cnmmodtiro .loliu (1. I rague sailed tho Anaconda nnd ho sailed her well. She gybed closo around tho mark at A .')l-21.just '.' hours Tl minutes 14 toconJs from the start, she had beatou tuefliuutu this point 1 mlnuti) 31 toconds. nnd wltu her balloon jib-tnpsall sot sho iegan tbo return raco for the llnisli. In tho stretch from tho port tack from the start to tho Jlompstoad mark tho Minerva gnlnod 2 minutes 27 seconds on tho I.lrls. n minutes 17 eoconds ou thu Mnrbiulta. uud S mlnutfsS4 seconds on the Choctaw. On the second lee to the Captain's Island stake, which was nearly all windward worx tho Miirhiulte cnlned ii minutes 17 socondsou tho .Mluoivn, II minutos u3 ssionils ou tho Lirlu. and If minutes 54 Eeeonds on tho Choctaw. Tho lattor boat gained J9e(.onds on tho i.lrls, and ! minutes 23 seconds on tho Minerva. Tho Marhiuita made tho fastest tlmo on this leg. with Choctaw second best, Marhiultu third, and Mlnorva last. Tho juiicos boat, Frod I'. Palzoll. Capt. l!an nay, had to ttavol at 13 knots an hour from Stamford to reach tho llnlsh in tluio. and there wore at least lOiii'ruitor all rigs and sbes a-,-Bemblcd tlioro to see tho boa's arrive. Tho stonm achtB Included Mr. 11. M. llngler's now Alicia, tho Vedette. Thvra. 010 Orlcnta Me teor, Oneida. Jiargueri'o. l'lizlo. ami Viola, nnd the blccon licet of nnoliihii launches ever seen together. It was dark before the last boat crossed tho finish Hue. Capt. Oliver Adams, who had charge of tbo club steamer, nnd Measurer John lb slop, nn expert on benuty, said thnt tho lailiosonjoyed themselves linruensolv. Alow Tavlor Jr.. and Our Mun roe weie thesjiokesmon at tho club ban.iuot. and Francis Scott eiiLinoored tho big fireworks display which followed. Ilore Is the summary: I.ATtCIIMONT ANNl'AI. Kicn rol'n!3 20 MILES 1'IIUFS hll.M-ll. CI.1M I, -KUUIIMQ,, Katlna rlnpt'it Corrrfil Irniin. . Jim Tlmr rttchtl. J-'fI. Uinifri ii m. n ii n. VUtnr I'Jl'J W (! Ilrokiw .., m 31 4isu Arl, 0330 I llnunl Mnint 3Un .1.1467 (leia la 01 SO How ,1 VV Conic, ti M 31 3 4S 40 Lotus UaiiIqI Aptlten 4 Ot 00 rLAts4 RIOOM 1111 (.VIIIfW-COl-RK J7 HIIIM. AnnconilA ... Jolin il I'rxitiie , ,4. 57 CUra cutl . Si.U Ur. J C. Brron 4 40 US 1 1 .V-BLoopj ai, ( iTtiRtcoemn 11 MiLrii, Ilrl (kl 1 ...4s ki Muibtrl WMnor,H si on .1 31 OS Marliulla UI41 lw Antrutt Iietniunc, Jr I 4 tn 3 44 Bi I'leictawicb I47 OH ArtluM Tim r.. .. 4 UI IS 4 '-' !3 .Mlurrva cui)7 i J l ce Tarroll Jr ,s ) 40 a 3s til u h 7 jLnur, tilt llnhii" 4,,1'KaK 30 u 11 XL Kalhlrrn (ID Theodors JtiTita .4 37 HI 4 aa 40 Vnluula ,al 3S J. V. William, Variola . .. . VV A llurrK . .110 411 11r.lllt I) Tvinu 4 48 111 a'lua .,. Hen Atnlriit ..4aiX1 na s niter II3U mi s Kamraroo. . .3)07 frank lleinm 4 50 04 4 fj 04 Aluarun 30 3", Pr a. P. J ewl, ,.ot tluiej cutl H stoor fui'K.i 30 iiiirtf, Kantam Weoilhurif haro Nettlm,!. lirn Allen Srinau..,,3 17 41 . .. Novell, . 3H IU IreJM smllli Not llm,l t rullo . 8 . Norton. CLIM 11 CaT RIC1.ICII I Ai IIT- IS VU.,4. L,kliml 2 lJ McKarloifr 4 37 47 Aurn. U II Slmoiicnu 4 111 SB Faliuu ' I Huict r 4 p f ., .. Pornlliy W II o.ial, .SelllintJ. tlllu VViMjiii lalnU. 4 13( . . fLAS, 14 CiMUl.(.Kl VAUIT3 10 Nllff. IMna.... . ... tlrelie llrmbolil.3 37 4S 3 37 4S CLi,, 10 CAT flllji.rl TACUIt 111 MILK,. RlTAl .. .. 3 2S IS heit ,..,,,. I'. Mcilrmor ..3 37 1.' .. . y.nlleke J Mjermun ..a i3 .u .... OUitle . ... Jacob' Hrofl i 3s 10 .. .. So tho wlnnors nro the tlovalla, by a mlnuto3 17 seconds; the Minerva, by 2 minutes:), sec onds the Volusia, by .17 seconds- tbo Fllln by 3 minutes 55 second,, and tho .ulolku, by 1 minutu 22 seconds. The Kangaroo and Vi.on won In their classes, and tho Anaconda beat the Clara by 2 minutes .1 seconds elapsed lime. She will havo to be meaiured this morning to obtain her racing length, and the allowance Bhe will linve to glvo the Clara will probably make that boat tho winner by corructed tlmo. iiATMirATMt r. a hacks. The ntltb, llerlha, II.. Kaltb Nn. 2, and the AfngKle ure the W tuners, Tho rrp-attn of ths Ilayswater Yacht Club was hold oil us club house In Jamaica Hay yestorday. The course was ilfteou miles for yachts in classes A and II. 'ihe yachts In classes C and II sailed n ton mile courso, A stiff southorly bro?o made tho race exciting. The viotory in class A was won by tho Kdltlu Ilertha II. won In clnss II. In class C, F.dlih No. 2 won, and tho Magglo won tn class 1). Summary: CbrrtctlG Imam. Mart MntiA, ilmf. inn. n. . a, n. a. . u, n. a. Jfann. cull A-C4TjOin BSItB .-. 33 S 3 S3 34 4 10 SI I 84 04 Altrt 19 4 3 00 43 4 II OS t $ St OLA,, CAtrOitl. IJuiB 21I1H3 41 41 IB 51 1 89 S3 PertnaB 31 . 3 44 40 4 18 15 tSICiO CLAia r oaTfOAn. FkipJark ...17 a a 46 ii s 4n 34 nsi:i IMIlhKoS ,,..17 3 40 S4 B 40 41 0 11 JI MellltV 14 10 3 47UI J 4J Jl O.'.IVJ run a. BiiAsnia. ft In. n h. r. n. m a, ii n ,. Uatil, 17 0 a 48 na v) 07 1 i ;o Scuff. 15 0 3 MOO 3 51 J'l 1 07 III yhjllll 18 3 48 -JH 4 00 27 I OH 30 Little II 15 4 3 4S53 VTltidrawn The race oommlttee wero Messrs. Ieuao T, Hubbard, 0, A. Wcbafnor, and IS, J. DanUsfaen. ui.fx corn orsTicit no a is hack. Vmvt, l.on' rnnle Winn Flmt t'rlio Willi Ihn Itliiple Clour ill Her Ilrrl.. ffovon oy,tor boats started In a raio from Olon Cnvo icsierday (or two prlcs. Tho lltst pi Ire was a sot of rakes, glvon by Frank Kd muiids, and tho secoud. a hnndomo hurgeo J given by J. C. Bwooiij of (ilen Covo Landing. j Unly oister boi.tB using 3lr. Fdmund's lakes woio pet milted in tho ruco. Tho course was a triangular one from tho hicakwater at Oleu Cno l.unling ti a buoy east of Kiocullon 1 Ight, tlu'iicn oust oily to Mnltlnorork buoy.und rotuiii to tbo breakwalor, adl-tancoot fifteen miles. Theslaitwns a. flying one. Tho Coldenln, i apt. Xratik Ldwatds, nnd the .loiinle, inpt. Augustus I.ansou, iro scd tho lino togolliornt 11. ol J. ..I., will, mainsails. jlb. and topsails ' set. ihere was a ver light breo7o fiom ttio i southeast which changed shortlv afterward lo tho KMiiih'nrd. Tho tide wus ruunliig the laHt of tho ebb when tho lust ot the boats went m ross the line. They crossed tho lino In this order: Hippie. Cnit. Wllliuin Van Wluklou: Akiios. ( upi. ,1. 1.. Marbury: 1.1fJo C. ("ot llrotliers, owners: 1 rank Hopkins, t apt. Joseph Always, and I.illh) H dipt. 'I hnodore Mnnicnibtin. Mlli the smnll luos?o nuarterlnc tinrelyublo to fill out the sa'ls it was a drifting raco to tho 1 wMillun Light's buoy. Tho Hippie wna workod to tno Tront, nnd went around tbo llikt luoy half n tnllo nlioad of 1.1.' o C. aud ('oldeiiln, that wero having It nlDund tuck for tho llrst live miles ol tho race. 1 lio .Jennie. ( apt. I.awsou, was the llrst urouud Muttlnecoek bnov followed by tho Itlpplo l.Vt ?lo C, ( oldenla. Frank Hopkins, and Llllle Ik I lie gnes gave up tho mco. v hi-n tho racers weio ullliot buck to tho breakwater thoic was a provoking calm, 'lhe boats were huddled togsiher on tho lee of Dosor.s Island, nnd It i comell to bo nnybody's raco Shortly after- I ward the B'liiall struck thoiii. and tho boats run i for the breakwater with tholr scuppers under ' water, the Jennie crossing tbo lltm at 3 hours 2.1 minutes lu seconds winner of the oyster rakes. Tho I.talo c. got tho burgoo on tlmo allowance from tho Itlpplo. OT&TKIl Mr XACHT CT.CB HACK A I.labt Wind Jirakti, It n Unnd l)nl or a IlilltlPK Mutch. Tho annual rncos of tho Oyster Bay Yacht Club wore held jesterday, oier nn eluht-mllo triangular courso. Thoro woro nine starters in tho Ihreo classes. In tho first class, for boats thlrtv feet or undor. wero J. W. Book man's Mirth aud Col. Van Hensslcner Crugar's Indolent: In thesocond class, for boats twenty flio feet and undor. A. P. Montant's Nadjy and Cnpt. Wlllinm Tiollor's Agonal; In tho third class, for bonts twenty foot and under. F. T. I'mlorhlU'R Marion, Thomns Young's Slnbnd, 1, M. Townsotul's Dodo James It. ilooeevelt's Motoor, nnd Harry Weoks'fi Yaeht. The Mirth was llrst across tho line nt lu:2li::i0. thootheiu clo-e nt her heels. Tlio wind wns very light nnd pufTy for ubout two hours, and gradually died out. leaving the bonis to drift with tho tide until about 2 o'clock, whon n smart breero from the south sprung up. considerable In terest was mnnllested In tho raco be tween Col. Crugor's Indolent and Air. J. v. lteekman's Mirth, and It looked nB If tbo Indolent would get the race, llysuporb handling tho Mirth won bythlrty soven seconds securing Iho prize In tho flrst clnes. A. I' Montnnt's N'ndiy ossify captured tho second-class ptire. while Mr. underbill's Mnrlon until recently known as the Brooklyn, won the pno in the third-class. A race for smaller bouts takes pluco at the saino placo to-day. woistcixa vo.vt: siAitn a mioitTtut VAY. A Cnrlonn DflTelopment fretn Labor T.egtM Intlon Notlceil in Mirvnuchuaellie, Comml'aioner Wndlln of tho Masaochusotts Bureau of Statistics of Labor has made an in teresting discovery. Tho bureau for sevoral months has boen Investigating tho s ub.ee t ot tho hours of labor in tho industries of tho Stnto. From a careful study and nn analysis of the returns recoived Iroin 21.131 Industries manufacturing the largost part ot the annual product of tho State. Commissioner Wndlln ronched the conclusion that tho inmioncu of the omploymentof womon aud minors, though perhaps tending to decroa'o wngo, also tends to shorten dally working time. Tho explana tion of tho tendency to shorter tlmo ho llnds In tho State law prohibiting tho omployment of Women aud children for more than ten hours a day. Tho working time In mills and factories at tho timo of the passage of tho law ranged from oleven to twelve hours a day. Un tho passage of ths law tho manufactureis in the le. tile industries. In which women nnilfhlldron furnish the largest number ot workers, wore obllgod tograduully conform Ihe hours for all persons to fliose Hod for women and children. 'J ho tendency toward uniformity lends to tho adoption of tho snma hours in nil inuustr es. The Investigation hasslsodeveloiied tho fact that ton hours Is tho nominal working day In eighty-two per cent, of tho manufacturing and mochanical industries of the State, while there Is an unmlstakuble tendency toward n shorter working day In all the Industries. Uno-flfth ot the establishments in the State hnvo shorter houiB on Saturdays than on week days, while fiVJ establishments run nine hours and CU eight hours a day. Tho lihodo Island Bureau ot Industrial Sta tistics hn just comploiod an invetli:ntloa Into tho condition of working women In that state. Twelve bundled ana thirty women wore personally iutervlowed by Commissioner (ioouwlu nnd his agents, and roporis were ob tained Irom several bundled muio. Fifty-five industries in Ilhodo Islund nro open to the em ployment of women. Iho largost u umber. not to tl.oso in domestic service, are em ployed In tho te.ttlln mills. In tho cotton mills there are more men than women. In the wool len and worsted nulls more women than men. and lu all tho mills togsthor 4S.:i per com. of tho employees are men and .111.7 women, Out of Iho 1,4'J working women visited compnra tlvply few were married. l.:W2 coufelng that thoy wore single, while 1,113 woro living with their parents and contributing tn lu usehold expenses. Tho largest numiivr or tho-o Inter viewed wore native born. 1 ho lamest nuuiber recoived wages ranging betwoen it! and V a woek. and tho next luigest fioui IT toi. Only threo women wore found who recnlvod wages of Iroin fill to 21, Commissioner (loodvvm lives tbo average wages fi r working women at JAS7. slightly mpio than thnt lljed as tho aver ago for tho working women ol I'rovldonce in the report of tip) Washington lluroau, vvhlcli wns $151, Tho Coniml'sli'iier Is convinced that women work harder and more hours than men and got much loss pay. Auollirr afOTrtiisnt AiCMlnat Tlllmun, CiiAiit.EhTnN, B.C., July 4, A call for another State Convention wa Issued to-day. It In vltos "the tenants, hirelings, and laborers ot every association," and nil others "who look upon ' Tllliiinnl'm' as the synom m of a landed nrlstocraey, organized to oppress and doprivo them of their rights as freemen," to meet nt their vuiloiis county Boa's ou Aug. 4 and elect ilulegulcs to the Convention, which will be held In Columbia nn Aug. 27. This Convention is to nominate a State ticket. If it deems it udvlsu bio to do so, to bo submitted to the l'emocrutla Stato Convention (or approval. llrclalou AKiitnst the Atttl.l'alier Appointee, Ciiicai.0, July tl JnuV' Ilortoa auliniiQrrJ today Made (Melon In tlie Evuiisf Ileal ctiurcti Bull bruuslit by llie ault I'lh.r p'Oiulee to solun Church, till, city, 10 rilrni llie J1ev dcome Vetur aipolDleilby the I-aler nference) troiu ociutijlui: Hie pulpit. Juilee llorlon rtfuieil the lujuurttoii tun 1I1J not irlve aoy gr,uiiil, for lilA ilecUlon rMnarklliv lliat Iim lia1 ronuil It unpee. altile lo toii'truct an fpliiluu vflilrli could not tie 016 tir elltr aide ae a camiittirii document In (Lurch pulp Ifca. flieiouclualen. he eeitl, wa nut m be roneirued a. In any eente pantln'r on the (juration of Hut op baher', rUht or lack or rhrhi lu perlorn ItU eplicopat luucttoiia i:aliirllr, boa ever, refurd tli,d,riuu a, a victory for tlnin Hoclal AmeaHloa In a Prohibition Ntate. Bangor. July 4. Albion TItua andalra Mary Barf es, Itye Id Itoekland It Unot raauy weekaatoce Mr, Bor eii, ahot Tliu, while he wa, attomptlnr to force bl, ay Into her tiouie. Bbe wa arretted, releat'il on ball nt tin 11 look her victim home to nann Ther were prettv ihirk before Die aliootinir hlcli wa, the rrault of a Qiianei and became an much morn todiirlnv the naralnc iri"d that the) hat been arretted for adul It" nml tent t" Jail lra Unrtiita 1a iiiumed, tut bar butbJiid it awai at tea ruoat ot lhe lime Hull! tan Jlnari In aa Hour. Am, 1 in , X C. July 4 AabeTllla cel'bratad Iho Fourth br op, nine Mootford I'ark. On, Iheutand mea, white and oolorid. formed In Un, at lb. Court equate, frmed with pick, and aliorela. and narcbed 10 ibe park hree intla dlaiant and In ao tour couiplaied a pobjls drlr, mU, leui , (or whlob tteti man ec,H,d f, CENTRAL AMERICAN NEWS. ' faixt rnosPKcni or union auovq &M OVTt BlSTKlt HKTUBLICa. jl'iM Bla of rroa:re In Coatn ltlca-Tlto Oalw jit 1 jS (Steam Kretrery la Ikri Country Prlaea -'& Offered to Tohneeo riaattra A Mre- f . S. ratnt to Close All the Mtorea on Mnnaar. ?rf 8!f JobiJ, uno 30,-In n roeont letter I think $M I said that the republics stood tlitoo to two for f 3 ' the union, It looks now. slnco tho beginning ! 11 ot tho commotion in Knlvnslor, nn If this wort X- revoreed, and ono should Bay Instoad thnt thoy jj'j; stand two to threo. (luatemala and Honduras i&jk nrsllrraly nlllod; but tho ijuostlon ot nn al- '9m llnnco betwoen Salvador. Mcnragun, nnd Costa 'ffiff , Itlca Is Mill uncortaln. lion Ilicanlo Jlmiinor. " .ffw1 U10 grent antl-unlon repreeotitatlvs In S)1 Costa ltlco, has gons abroad to ro- iff!"' main until Novombor, perhnps longor. iw'. Wlille Soflor Jluu'nez haa said nothing W: pon tho BUbjecl, It Is bollsvod that h 'Mi has Bono away to be out of thn slrlfo, fooling ti that tho auostlon of union Is likely to rosult In n a inuddlo thnt cannot bo clenrod awny br yj ? ' patriotism of ovon ttio most disinterested sort, p but which miiBt bo left to tlmo lor Its straight- M'i4 onlng out. It Is po.icoful enough in CoslaHloa. jS jV, President Itoderigiio:'. and his Ministers ra , bolng loudly applnuded by tbo nowspnpors nnd if tho public In gonoral for tholr roeont oxcollont f ' measlllo to protect homo Industries. Ruch. $ for lustanco, as tho stop to rnduco tho price of A , corn, which Is an nrllclo of first necessity, bolna ,'T jy tho principal food of tho poorer elnso. Th if W (lovernniflut now undcrtales to pnrchnao this ijm J nrtlclo In lorgo uuniitltlea and sell It to ths Jf lV poop ont a much lower prlco than formerly It lis "t' could bo obtained. !(. ! Another step Ib tho Important ono thnt I pro St dieted In n provluuv letter, nf nt ollsiilng Jh rl ILf tobacoo monopoly. That 1b of declnrlng tho Baft) culture of tobacco on the Atlantlo nnd l'ncillo 'It ait coasts and on tho lnnd' toward tho Mcnrgun 'CG?' nnd tho Colombia frontiers freo to nil, and, i tliV what Is more, stimulating and cneonraelng its f production with prlo.s to tho most successful rfi plantor, tho prizes to ts suppllod bv tbo faiSt! public ttoasury. This looks ns If President infti llodriijuoz vvrrn going to mnko tho very bost Viif ' hind of nn uaoeutlTo. Tho logjsla- 'Vtltj. tlvo povvor has followed suit in pro- 'S'lftfiV posing to abolish tho "stamp" duty. 1 lhtsj Up to the present time everything In thn way 4 "I'M? of n business transaction ou paper has had to lilJ-'? bo stamped with "timbres'' of various do- ,? iii nominations from ono cunt upward This has ' lr,-l - boen felt by tho poorer clnsflsB. and regarded 1 ?S' ns 11 sorlous Impediment on tho wholo tohusl- d ffis noss. t-eflorVargns Is tliu lender in this move- -J 'SB ment. It is thought that theso now measures 'tTsflfl will provo ot grent bonoilt In oioniug the ions- Ciif closed valves of Industry. ilFit' liou Fiodeulco Tlnoco. ono of tho richest nnd aiSrftr most Important men of tho oountry. has croa- tTrilWii ted iiiillo asonsntloa by aspoech in Congro-s T4IJ In which ho uttackod the standing army, cal- fl'V!.!: Uiigthein a set of lazy vagaboiido. Tho mill- w '.UV tary aro highly ludlguant. and many of tbem A rHw havo replied to him through tho columns ot 3,rlFP tho dally imperH with n good deal ot force. fill. President Jlodrlgtiez and i-ocrotnry of War ) lffi Igleslashnve just paid a visit nt lnspootlon to 'V)S"1 I'ort I.luion, whore It Is hoped the necessarr 'li'Wl town Improvements aro vory shortly to bo iSivfl made. i sill' Thoro Is talk of rigid quarnntlno measures ! tSL'J being adopted in I'untnjs Aienns. tho I'aclfla K- y tort, against vessols arriving from Jloxlco, w,',,i whore, It Is reported, a double plnguo of - .', measles nnd smrUliox is raging. ''. fc Considerable talk has I eenoccaBlonod by tho Ii ajj fact that ilishoD 'J hlel did not tako part In tho , ! in ocossioti occurring olghtdaya nftor thato ! .', Corpus Christl. called tho proe6Blon of tho ; v i (Kfui (ii-ii) of Corpus. Tlioro arornmors that fit his Holiness will soon leave for Home. , d'i Avastoxtont ot publlo Innds has just been i 2, f declared "undcnounconblo" until aftor tho 1 isy ltlvor I'lato Company shall have moasurod nnd 4 ' SJS choson such ns It euros to tako. lly " undo- 'f 'JMS nounceable " is meant thnt thoo lands cannot ii 'Jrf betaken upas can those in other loeulltlos by "i'?' porsons ugroelng to Imnrovo them. if fi Tho onlv steam brewery In Contrnl America f ' 1 Is In the city of Cnrtngo. the formor capital of ' eft 1 Cota Itlca. 'Ihe proprietor is n Oerman. of 1 " 'Ifrl courso: T.fiODb ittlosol beor nro tlio dally pro- , 1 JJI ductlon. A great deal of beor Is drunk In tha ' : 15 country, nnd it would bn bottor poihaps If " Xi more of It wero drunk Instoad of agiiuardlonto ' '1 ;!' J and gunro. ! , A movement is going onln nil the flvo rcntib- X1 lies to closo the shops nnd storos on Snndny. JJ i Tho markets and ostabllBhmonts whero pro- f ' V visions nre sold will bo open during a cortnlu ',' ft' part of tho day. ,1 'V Jluch amusement hafi boon created by tho ill ! Btiggeetion ot somo Blmplo nnd ovor pious v., j? ' souls thnt tho terrlblo accident du ing tho V- "A Corpus Christi procsslon wns n punisnment .- Imposed upon tho people because the cunrtol ' J -,,V flag was not lowered nnd Miroad In Ihn street i i'. for tho lllshop and Ids followers to walk ovorl ; 'hi Hon I'mtiiB rnnlaguahas been named Min- wf(rirt iBtorof Oubernacion and War In llcnragua, Gmi In place of Don lOi1o"to H.irrios t, Tho confusion In BalTOdor Is llkoly to con- ft1 . tlnuo for some weeks. YWillo It lasts It will ba f V hard to tell from ono dny to nnothor just who iTi t, Is In poworor likely to be for the next twentv- Ti ,-j four hours. The outbreak was not surprising; ''', to those acquainted with tho political condi- lhi'r tlon of Iho Iho republics. Himllar upheavals . L.f'jii rnav take plnco nt any moment In elthorOuate- & t mnla or Mcnrngua. I doubt their possibility In V'iit, Honduras and Costn Ilicn. (mo thing may bo la paid, howovor foreigners purposing to visit if ylL; Contral America need never romnln away fli ?(?' through fenr of these poslblo revolutions. at'SfV,- 1'nr the reputable forolgnor his properly nnd JfcBWIl all pertaining to him aro sacred in thnoyeBOf 3f.J tho nntlvus. What is more, peoplo aro seldom filifii killed, 110 matter how llcrco the lighting. Tho i 'Ml Ilrlngis highlit thalr usually, for thero seems Ji'tlSi'i to bo an avoislon to taklug human life. "if. Ky CtcII.ClIAni.KS. U'K'tM ' lVltrre Yaalcrday's Jlrea IVera. &IE ' A. M'lilV IHO (Iretnulch ttreet, Joeeph Derln's jS$n? ' Apartmenin. damaire etlirht 310, 100 b'a,tTu,tity-flrat f?fl ! atreet, Ira lJuiin'a In'itte. dannjri $S. fl 10. lao Jlowery, ftS-fi 1 Mlche! Auleta a barber aliop. dnniavd ariibt, 10 SO, los tjfjlXt Duane aireel, 3d. Would A soua' br&ea irooda. daman, 'ctavS' l '.00, lu as. 1,133 Third arcnue, awninr, damaga Kl'tfP'Tl Unlit . ,i?i!-4! It. -3 10, U04 Kan l'ortv rirM ttreet. Trfiterlck Dy. JIihT' er n Aparta anta. dainatte e'lKh,, a i. :rs Canal ,trett, j tjrJfl riibblnh. no damage s.uiv S.M (.rani aireei, awnlnii n V&' daniag, (.'o 4 .M, 49 liulirern s.reet. J. II. Queern's siftly! gruc, ry aturo, d-viuie SIS; 4 So, 7S4 hlzlitri t,S w' avenue, 'f W hrltta rltfar asore damags tu it vVt a47 V a 0. 70S Tenlh aTrnue awiiIii. diuiage flft 7 00. olj IfiTVJ- v Pearletreel. anuluir. Ualiia? lis. 7.0 Ii34 Ilowerr, 7iM " &' auing dnmairoM. 7 'n i lillrcr tlreet. .Morria r.ol.l- 'If ,' beru 1 ulltir tlu'C ilamajtetai 7 ,'. Jll att sixtieth 1-! ! fl eireel, damaite I0 s J7 si Jlroal alrel. awnlnir. v "? damage 5-i, s , Htf HAt ttreet llarld laraell iV j'M ro, ery, ilnliMreako.K 4.S. slo Mntli arenuc annlnir. hfi.t. I' Carnage I', loo. J.i. Ilrlt aenile fam lee, ('. ti laundry ilainay fV II (', llrtl floor of .7.'. Third H I'lliia aveuur. da'nags iS 1'J ir. ijrrirork tlore ot Simon ".vl-tr. AiKback, 1JM aa; PsitiMrc-i iIhulki vn , J,"ftl Uorn on m 'I'rnln. ft'.' 'Jt Whl'e ridinclli a Ilelaware Lav-baaonna and Weat- k ij ern Irani, on her vr.i huiue Iroi.i eark to lladlton A,'J fffMi jtterdn) afleiuoou, Xlra Mary l' iinrllv tti taken v$ hn 4 tick Shv confded the rlitracier of tier ll'neaalotha IMi n.vJ couduclor who sent all the pit-ftigera Into iithircirs. Ra. a Jf3 Petweeu rbatliAin and Ma-lntuii atatton a toy was H1 k born Th,, car couMlnlnir die moi'ier and child w, rfijlf.v tllelr eted while tete,l n llliit inetteiigrra acoureit 7&1V s HP ll. villas for a pli)tlcl.ui, 1 lit untie uitt lo I e found ,;,.. f& flh VVPh aurprlAiutr proiui(iiud9 traliiinn atlnrhed tha iff f VV ear to au eipret Iran, mil tent it to .Neunrk Then SI I Hi ther all'l child wrr takeu 10 li,e 1 Itv lln.plt.tt Ttief fi j J MT aie doing well VJrt r,iune.l la n Tne loo. lug ynno Jl o J wutnau itt-eut ii year old Mi haa loeli inirrleda . lllt'e uiore tlmn n jear Per bLabaml a noilLcd, aud .it b be iMiltlied I, .tm. ;i' 7 JI 4 ' 4 3 f A Drnwnlni: (bltu Itot ned livtt Iteelt Ilanel. i !W M jP An the ferrjloat Pa'tlmor cronCetl w lh pattenfc'frm, Ji'Ji' reaclttd lie jler al Iletbtctt, 4 atreet at H t.'todock Mat Ai'v W tvenlug aoldl I s )ertr oil feU orerboard The uotnon SfljUlTi 011 llif b at tlrleked and tb re am greit rmhlaoa QlllJaV, 1 among the 1 atRengere at the liuliy airtwgle.l for It. life vtW 1XJ, Inthew.ler Jftin ilitrner deck )i.ind Jirmped into Vlh G'T 1 the rlvernitd retcve 1 the cbtls. wlilth eoon ren'tr, iKJlr it 't' from lilt- tl. ick akd Hat ulen b me lo He inolber, rt'l 'aAJ, Mn Murray of ii v cat er,nttent!i atreel "' 'i'l . - F ' I'faiip I'llllrilnrTn VVIadaor llutrlrllaacr ontl llralra T (jjn John McLaughlin a cattle drover via arretted laat 'jjd nliht for ataauttlnr W tllliou Mevei.-. drlvrrof one of fljt J 7t2 the Wltnlaor Hotel atJget leltugtitlli arsl two other "-j'J ! men pu'le I steveua oil lhe tinge in Kern finh atreel. 2iCv 'i? A eatt of 1 Iflh aTcnu and hvat Mm oil 111 head and jl.flV Uf fnoe wii), n club, knorllig out all Ma lower letth. .vJi aft etireua tava that one of lie oil er two rm n It named. S'fR V7 P keiletl uuil thn; he ekd bedell full er had bad torn if,, .' "",M- it M h hhot Ilia Slalrr. 24 t' nittle Sloopey. IS jtnrt of age of 419 W,atTbirtl,lll JiiT M treet waaahol twice 111 the head late laat night liyh,r v'? A brother, lltchael. Her wouuda aro aerloila. althnugti l ixfl notfalaL She ttaatateu lu lhe lli-lletue lloepllal amf . i , tltba,l aa lovked up 111 tha Meat TblrtJltttClll H'i 411 atrtet police alaiiou M ;;a lj hbootlaa- at Clrruiunk. t fj TlnClarrnont. . N.J . bht-Kjing Aaioclain held their , " ' ! ruonilily all day tournament al lira blrOa and bla, -, ' ? f rocka y,alerdy, Tlioltte bird, wero an gnorted lot. ,i at.iy The abootiugal blue rock, wa, egcelltDk, Tte retuU, 'i 1 ,fi u '' ' i raJt'. ' HwatPtiaketatBO elnglea, Bpalr, Cotlloe won wtlh " 15.(1-, BS killed, rhoinpaop, :i4 aeeurcd aecond money, and ii II IV. killed for I.lndiler placed him third. 1 a? f t swerptlakaa al IS atnglia, Thompaon won with IS B i t killed 1 oiliua aecond with lu, and llifrd money want to if ' ', i ' Mudahtr. i , ' . t The llirte rtmalnlng aw,p,take, reiulted In Ilnda. . i ley. Miller and I olllu, lying loan, and a dliUltin wa, fv.i , agraed upon V ,( t' . i .a la i x M Wa t I I ' Jfl hen Bbr was Ick, we (ire her CtutorU, .'' ft' ,J tTbeaabo ni a Child, ike cried for Uaatoria, j' J 'i ,M WhethalamoMuM,atclunrUOrla, 1 f . TrUthUClilto,.rtBysOtJteii '; ', ' (' I J'.