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-: THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 5, Iflk 3 J jj) j MONMOUTH MJCTEWIIOM jj7 LAliaUST AX1 MOST TKRVBCTLV j-qzIVVEH T1CACK J.V TUE XTOJtLtK IjerylhlnK Slap-end on" Nenle-Flfly. Ate Aire. In Trsicki.. (Seen Acrca Unrtor CoTer-One SI "o "l Half with One ) Tom. and n m nil Three Furlongs! Hlrilllniir TwentydTsi Thouaand. Feraiine rreaesnt-HielTalor Decline to Med Tenny Mr. "Wither Vt'lna tho la. dependence Wisskea- Honor for Ham flronn'a Jleportor and Defaulter W'linleaale ArrMt or Uookmakera. Tin hrco-it rnco coureo n the world was thru An open to tho publlo jostorday. whon the n't-'iilnr Biininior mootlne of tho Mon moutli l'nrk llncine Association wns begun nt tho nuw trnck noar Lone Drnnch, which, rm It now ptnnds08t botweon $2,500,000 and I No mlcwimto description of this mammoth track can bo wrtu.cn. It must bo Been to be npprociatod, nnd. uo roador's Imagination Is i BufUcIentty vlvlittoconjutoup aaytlilucliL-on, trus i icturo of tho now homo or ono of tho most sticessfiil racing organizations In thli country. V hot Mr. John A. Morris built his rancnlflcont courso nt Morris Tark, in Wost chester county, pooplo marvelled at Its size a.nd tho lavish manner In which money had btentpsnt, but Monmouth Fark'ti now homo K.i-i.-noV-.ns "--! n """ oron umbrn'h li HW0.ii9pir n. 1 torn tin Kriimiil to tliwo.luo pniiorooriHSKVoiity.lhpfcdt Tlic npproai lies t'ltlio Maud aro of iloub staliway- of lnm inil wood at ri'ituliir liitur.nl In front. WjI1o from tho rear wldo wlmlltiu Miilr SK,i . R10r'l 'tf.nlq ac-ominodatlou. Tho ftand Is slnclo ducked, but tho Mitrta rloe In two tieiB. ono ftboto tlio other, dltlded by a broad nrornoriado. This plvo9 otorybody a Iew of tlio oritlro courso. In fact, thcro Is not a slnple bailsoat In tho antlro stand. 'J'ho bottlns in Miion, which In J a re o enough to put it, troop of cavalry throuKh tiiolr evolutions, is lmmedl. ately behind the crrnnd stand nnd Is leachod py ine n timorous stairways already montloned. it is built of wood, nnd Is airy nnd clonnly-n front chanso from tho hovel that did duty for uottlne quartern on tho old track, linmcdl. ately berouJ the tiottlne rlwr, and separated by a hlch wire screon. Is tho saddllne paddock, so that Hpeoulalors oan poer throueti nnd note the condition of the horses ai thoy walk about In tho lone promeaado thouehtiully provided for tliolr uso. Thorn nrenlnety-oluhtrecoptlon Btnlls, orsulTlclent room tohoUHo tho startors In all the races on any particular day, so that tralnors can brine their charges to tho track at tho beginning of tho day's sport aud re main until Its clone. No other trnck has any thing like this, and It Isachahgo that will bo npproclatod by trainers nnd horse owners, ft Is n nooeisary dopartitro, too, as tho majority of tho stables aro inlloa away from tho pail dook. so extonslvs Is tho plnce. 1 bo jockeys Jinvo a room with Inrco locker ntiil nn nbiin tliinco of wator for tollot piiruows. The club houso, which is conuoctod with tlio erand stand by abridge, Is neat and tasty, as Is also tho mombors' stand, which will heat B.ihri per sons. Tho roetnurant will bo underneath tho second tier of seme, mid will nflord a splondid view of tho hotline ring. Tho kitchen, Inun dry. Ac, aro models of perfection. Immediately behind tho hotting ring aro tho railroad sldlugs. amply capable of holding twenty trains of nfteonenrseach In all. seven miles ot railroad Is nestled In between tho stnnu and tho bl'rewflburv-. This Insures Jlrst-elnsi TnACKS PBOM TUB LAWN. orershadowB and dwarfs Mr, Morris's efforts la every partloular. About a yoar ago Mr. David Dunham Wlthors broached tho subjoot of building a new track to bis fellow stockholders, and without any preliminary nourishes sovoral hundrod ncros of land wero bought for a very high figure, and btforotho conclusion of tho regular raco meet ing on the old oourso ground was broken and work bogun on tho now traok, hundreds of men and horses working constantly over slnca to got the work completed In time for tho sea son of 1890. Thanks to a very open winter, ' their efforts havo boen successful, and yester day the fruits of nearly a year's hard labor was eproad boforo tho eyos of 25,000 or ' more porsonB like a grand panorama. The track propor embraces all tho ground botween Eatontown. Ocoanport, and Little Silver, as far back as tho Shrowsburv lUver. Tho main track is over ono mllo and a half In clr cumferonco. and raco 3 of thnt distance can bo run with but ono turn, something unparal leled. There is a straightaway course of one mllo nnd throe furlongs, every foot ot which can bo seen distinctly by the aid of a good Held glass. This straight courso. over which so many valaablo stakes it 111 bo docldod, will allot d evory horso an opportunity to win. There will be no ohanco for jostling or pocket ing, for it is so broad that thirty horses could ran abroast from start to finish without crowd ing. The big two-year-old events will bo run over the six furlongs straightaway, tho throo- rnllroad facilities, nnd a crowd of 50,000 could bo handled promptly In enso of emorgoncy. in n word. Mr. Withers and his colaborors havo built a track not for to-day alono. but one that will enduro for halt a contury and ho a landmark whon tho preBeut coneratluu shall havo passed away. VESTEBDVY'S BACKS. Despite tho unpleasant weather, 23,000 por sons gladdened the boarts of Mr. IX 1. Withers nnd his associates by being proont at tho opening ot the inngclfloent new courso. Thousands camo from I'hlladolphla nnd llal timore to augment tho lmmenso racing con tingent ot Noworknnd ilrooklyn. Everybody had a word of pralso lor tho Im mense course and Its suporb oiiulomonts, but a fow thought tho distances too mnunlltcent. Tho racing publlo of America Is hardly edu cated up to tfio point wbero thoy can bocoino enthusiastic over a raco tho etnrt of which thoy know comparatively nothing about. ThU was thecaso in tho Fourth of July Hnndlcao, In whloh the horses ran oor the straightaway courso. Kvrn with the aid of n strona glnis It was next to Impossible to distlngiil-h tho colors at the post, a tho sky was dark nnd loworlna. Tho public havo bocomo bo used to seeing the horses started uuder their oyes. as It woro, that It will tako a long tlmetomnke them feel at homo on n courso ns eatonsho as Monmouth l'ark. Jerybody will bo compolled tooarry f lassos In ordor to nolo the position ot the lorsos. 1 ot thoro Is something Inspiring nbout tho now Monmouth. Its Hue nro so bold. Its strotcbes so broad and level, that the bost horso must In every Instance win, us there Is no ohanco for pocketing or jostling. Tho weathor was too gloomy jestordav to give tho patrons ot tho popular courso a fair ohanco to judge of Us many merits. It Is a place that Is bound to crow on one. I'.vory thing was not without alloy yesterday, by any means, for tho stockholders ot tho course or the bookmakers, to the number of set enty-fivo. OUAND BTAND AND BUEUOUN'DIUCIS FKOII TUF. MAIN STRETCH. Qnarters-of-a-mlle pole looking bat half a mllo away when viewed from tho glgantlo grand t&nd, so straight and faultless is the track. Thero is no dtp or hllloak from start to finish; every Inoh of the coarse Is as level as the perfection ot grading can make It. To i convey an idea of tho manner in which . money has boon spent In ordor to have all the ' details perfect, it may bo montloned that at one portion ot tho straight course the Shrews- I bury had to bo bridged nt u cost of I10.U00. ' The main stretch for the mlle-and-a-halt enune Is over halt a mllo long, nnd Is the widest In the oountry, I'or many woeks past scores of toams havo been harrowing, grading. and rolling tho surfaeo. until now It Is a foro- ?:one conclusion thnt It will bo among tho very Mtet courses in the world. Frank McCnbe, trainer for Uwor Jlrothers. moved several of his Horses ovor It on Monday last, Delia II. running a quarter In H seconds. Mr. MoCabe was loud in his pralso of the track and Its aulpments. Borne ldoa of the magnitude of the claco may bo formed whon ft Is stated that ono toam in harrowing the entire track surfaco would be compelled to travel 89 miles. There aro 65 acres In tracks, a greater area than Morris l'ark and Bhoepsbead liny combined. In running over the straight course toe horses come toward the stand at an anglo pi about 30 degrees, wbllo on the regular track toe horses dash past the poet directly at the , "?' toe spectators. A decisive novelty will be that over the big coarse the horses will run the reverse way of the track. This will suit the Spur-temperod few. such as Telia B. nnd King homos, who havo been worked that way for who paid for tho prhllego ot doing business In tho betting ring. l'oto Do Lncey kont his word, and boforo tho programtno was half through sixty-olght bookmak ers nnd been quietly arroqted by a force of deputies under tho command of J. Frank I'attorson. who ropresontod tho District Attorney of Monmouth county. Justice Van Doron of Long Branch had boon sent tor by tho track orncers, who anticipated just such acouise. and as each haploss book maker was brought In he was released on $100 ball, which was furnished by C!. A. Mo Fndden of Long Brunch, Tho complainant was a sheet writer named Bknhill, formorly In Do I.ncoy's employ whon hernnn pool room In this city. As the publlo doubtless knows, Do Lacey Is ondrnvorlng to got snuaro with the racing associations because they compelled him to ceaso selling pools In hew York. He started In by having many persons arrostod nt Ellzubethaud Linden In the early spring, and he Is the man who Is Urgoly rosronstblo for Oov. Abbott's veto of tho pool blll.whlch passed both Houses about two weeks ago. Af tor each bookmaker had furnished suroty howent back to the ring and cried the odds with more spirit than beforo. Had Mr. Do Lacey shown his face in tho pnYillon about thnt lime ho would havo received a very warm greotlng. warrants ore out for President Aloxandor J. rosaatt, Troas urer David D. Withers, and Manager T, M. Croft ot the Monmouth Park Racing Associa tion, la which tho time-worn charge ot koenlng a disorderly houso Is reiterated. Bonds were furnished, and up to G o'clock Inst nvonlng tho warrants had not been servod. ltaclng will go on to-day just the same as bofore. and should freBh arrests bo made the men will ie again bulled, and bo on to tho end of tho chapter. OnAND STAND, BDOWINQ THE OVEIWANO. i?ipasVT yorm-nnd Jt lR Bnf8 lo Bay ,hftt ll S ia.?0' luconvenlenco tho others after a eu.L.r . lw? w.ho" ,tl0y become no- JJomcd to tlio change ot feet In round- ra.uin'0 tu,rP- . T,1B Brand stand, bottlng in tL n' ""Idpclc, nnd club houso are ontlrely ' Jft ajeplmr wttu tho traok soven acres being tin- tK,', r!"' tnu(l. which Is truly grand, is ir i tu3Iar.liei.1 structure under covor In c,fiuV; J1!1", h."in lwey of Iron, on tho rroi M.or I'rliiclnlo. and has nn oturhaneor iniv i ; ro",r ln 'ro'" which oxtends sev- 'I i tV ."',,t koyoiid tho lowest tier of seats. ti'a"i f.0e""t "l0 r.'s of the sun or any storm Mtt in.i"1 u,,on "la occupants, not a single teJul?"A?f,y,',t structure, which will accom- ircuJ?. Jl m-1' "?rs,?,.'.H comfortably, being un- wMtiua, Xho buuatot'M.wluutooverUaoElng j The colossal grand stnnd was crowded to Its utmost capacity, and grandly it boro Its bur den, not the sllghtn-t Inclination to sag being noticed unrwhere. Thousands roamed through tho capacious hotting ring. whMi was amply large enough to accommoduto lO.oi in pet sons at nnoo, nnd 11 was n rtdlof tn find nt Inst nuu pot In which n man could plsco his mono t and look nt tho odds without being crowded half to ilosth, John helly's smiling faco beamed wlih ' good naturo ns ho saluted Ins Iniiuinornl lo friends with hiBUsnuliiuoiy, " ll. ni in ii' whn thu outurcd within tlio pioi-iucts ul tho penclller . . , Mr. Withers was ubbiultous. hero there nnd i everywhere, as pleased as a boy with a uew toy, and the old guard who novor miss a big lacing.oYeutvott tbvJrotaluHlwctf.uuguientcd J i ii in imnnirririr i by Mr. John Hoey of Hollywood, who hnd not liceii to n race Inooling since 1m7. nlttiougli liowaMonci) rri'sbieiituf tho Monmouth l'ark An-oi latlon. Kccrbtiiry t rlckinnro, Malinger l mil and Cniit. Coster werci all on hand, while j Mossrs. hitnmons and Mcliowoll wore, as of ! old. In tlin judgos' stnnd. Col. Jnmos 1. Cald well spent most of tho timo in riding to nnd from tho distant points nt which thoBtnrts wero mado. and his work with the Png In tho Independence Htnkcs nnd Fourth of July Han dicap was ndmlrnblo. so thoso who wero at tho post say. Tho railroad and steamboat sonlco breeding of the candidate should bo poted on tho bulletin board, and tho nntnsot tho own er should nppear on the bookmaker's card. Although Mr. Withers' ully won, itwn3nnly by a ory nurrow margin from tho Morris lllly Itockon. who was giving nwav a lot of weights to nil of her competitors. Tho much-touted I'lckwlckor. not l'icknickcr, hh tho programme porslutotitly announces, came In third, and Koy West, a neat-looking brother to 1 irouzl, was fourth. Mr. Lorlllord's Lima was kicked on tho pulnt of tho shoulder by Ilockou while at tho poet, and the daughter of l'iznrroand Gladiolo will probably bo retired to tho stud. Tho Fourth of Julv ITandlenp saw old Funis a brisk tavorlte. but Hum Brown's Defaulter nlwnys had the -pood of tho party, and boat HtzjameB two lengths for tho honors. Funis was third two lengths bohlnd tho Ilnggln candidate, wbllo thoothors woro badly strung out. Major Domo trying to got over the fence all the way down tho strotoh. The timo of tlio mile, 1-4'.', shows how good Defaulter Is jut nuw, nnd also indicates thnt tho now course will bo chuln lightning when thoroughly dry nnd bard. The oponlngotent was an oasvUa tory for Volunteer, mid thus Fred Ciobhnrd had tho honor ot capturing tho first rneo ovor run over tho new track. Iloportor mndo a show ot his only opponent, tho gentlo blug gard. In the second at n mllo. and L'rle downed 'i'rlitnn In tho fifth, in tho best finish ot tho dny. tho vordlct being in doubt up to tho Inn jump 'Iho surprise of tho dny, outsldo of Orngiiucn'a lctory in tho Indepon deuco HtukoB, cumo in Iho selling uent ut bovon est nttondants. Coming homo Ornpoiiee. nl I though hard pros oil all tho way. ultimately i won by u neck from boeknn, who was b ur longths In front of I'lekwlcker. Tlio time. IMfl't. Intery fnt. While at the post Ileckon i kicked l.inia on tho point of tho i-lionldor, and Mr. Lorllliuds filly did not gootor Iho courso. The Itiderciiitcnre Ha1.hi tor iirnyrar oMi t '' each, wlili I roiaililed, ot whloli J.'.uotoicoudi three ijurierof a mile. . I). Ii u Itliero ch. f. Origeune, by nllltor-('y-clone ID'uMdim ... .". J. A. a A II Vorriascli f Reckon 1:0 (LmletleM) a I Stuart . Co ' Ii. e l'lcknlcker, lis (llnjnurd) . .3 - - --' Tnu nr.TTiNo nixa. was suporb. tho first trains landing passengors ln tho city nt 7 o'clock. Ab to tho racing. It was hardly up to Mon mouth's high standard, not through tho fault of tlio nsoclatlon. but bocnu-o many owners did not enro to start thotr horsos In the mud over tlio new trnck. Ono of thoso was Mntt Byrne, who refucod to stmt t-nl-tator In tho Oconn Stakes, and tho undaunted champion of the 1'uMfer Stable walked over for tho prlro. This 1 tho second timo this spring thnt ijahntor has doollnod the Issuo with Tenny in tho mud, the other occa sion bolng tho Wostchoster Cup nt Morris l'ark. Homo of Tonnr's frlonds clnlm that Dirnoswns not nfrnld of tho track hnlf nsmuch as ho was ot Tenny. But tho trnlnor claims that tinlvator Is toov.tluahlo tn run any rtk with. Tenny was himself yesturdny ond wanted a raco bndly. He champed at tho bit and rouglit (!arrlon from tho start. Tho roRultof th Independence Stnkos caused not n little dissatisfaction, and there Is room for somo Improvement In the wny things nto mnn nged whon acandldatols named to start on tho day of the raco. In thooiernlghtentricsMr. 1). D.Withers's entry was the I nens Necromancy colt, but jut-t boforo tho tlmn for bottlng on tho raco enmo around It was dlscovetod that ho was not n starter. 1'ickwlckor was Installed favorite, but tho rneo was won by Orngouso. n lllly whoso name did not appear In the ovor nlght entries, and whoso breeding nnd owner ship wero unknown to nlno-tcnths of tho pub lic. Hiindrodsof porsons fancied Mr. WlthorVs Necromancy colt, nnd when thoy found that ho wiib a non-ftnrtor they played something olso. Thsv woro amazed to Mud Mr. Wlthors's all-black colors In front at tho end, nnd then it dawned upon them thnt Orngeuso was ono of tho Brooklyn fllllos that had gono a bogging in tho ring nt 30, 40, and 0 to 1. In such cubos tho namo of tho ownor and tho Key Wtftt SIroron, Mln lUnsom. Koxtor.l, t'onraJ, KUIpic, lieulajnhi. and Lima aln ran lime. I IM l'eit RltlDir-Ajlnt l.cllite, llln 1- Plrwirkfr, a to It l.im key nt, t 10 I. Ml Itaiitom Bin I; sirocco, sto it ileckon. into I. (onrxi. I' to Ii Ucn Jauiln, ioto l.Oraiauae, u to I, tolford .'O to 1, TUB FOUnTII OP JULY HANDICAP. It was Impossible to distinguish tho colors ntlho start, but aftor going a iiuurtor or a mlloBrao. Major Domo. nnd l.urus showod In front. Mnior Domo swertod Into the rails half a mile from homo, and Began had to go nt him with tho whin to keep tho colt from smash ing his leg against tho fonco. Iltnvo, Mnd Btono, Flt7jmos, Furus. nnd Defaulter took close rank, and made n rrotty rnco of It to tho final furlong, when Covington gave Defaulter his head and Brown's horso drow nway. and won with onso by two length. Fitzjnmes t-howed a lot of hpood at tho finish, and boat eld Funis two lengths for tho plaeo. Bella B. was a bail fourth. The Fourth of .July Handicap, a Bweei'itnkei of ST0 each witli$l,yw uiMod, of vhkh sou to eecoud, one N b Ilronn'i ch h Defaulter, by Spendthrift An thorcM, ill iCoTinirtnm 1 J II llaircln a br h Htr!amt 104 (It'lM . .. 3 J IliiEgltia e b h t urus. ascd. 1 u Mmlerwn) a Kclla 11, .Maditonc, liraro. Iiellwood, nnd Major Domo a'so ran. Time. 1M2. r,nt Ilttln Asalnut lieilali. '.'tlol Enrua. 3tol, Madhtonc. a to 1, lief.iuller atol; Major lloiuu. Hit Jauict, llallH ood, eai h s to 1 Ura u. lu to 1, TIIK OCFAN t-TAKEM. Tenny galloped ovor tho course, fighting for hlB bond and evidently wanting to run. Tho crowd applaudod tho famous swnyback vocif erously. The Ocean Rlaken. at lion each with l 5"0 added, of which avi to necoDd one mile ami an eU'hlh D T rulslfcr'a b c Tenny. 4, by Kajou d'ur-IIcllo ot Maywood, S2 (Oarrlaou) wo. MCErnoR stai.l3 and baddmno taddocii. TIIK SIXTH JUCE. riillosopby was first away, but Frfc at d Tris tan at oiue passed him. and the big colt hail nothing further to do with tho strugglo. All the wny from the first rjunrtor Tristan nnd Kile worohf-nd and head nnd. bumping together at every strldo, they fought It out to tho end, File winning byunock.. I'hllosouliy vvasbudly beaten. Krea 1 andlcap sweepitakei of 5-V) eich lth?I,VO added, or which $.V.oto utond anJ fl.'oto third, mile and lured furlong i. II Murrl-sti i. Trie by Dula of Magenta-Sec ond (land, in- ir;, tinBtoin. . . 1 I. Milan Co a h. ti TrlMan, f, 113 tllayward, Jr ). 2 1'lillo'oihy aia rau. Time 2 jo. I'ot Kc itlnr Six to b uralu.t Uric, h to 3 Tristan, and W to 3 1'hiloiopti. the revfnth nvrr. Aran, rilttor. and Btirnsldeworo first nway. Arab kept tho lead until woll into the final fur long when BurnMdc. ln tho middle of the tinek. diew out and won with tldleulous oaso byflvo longths. 'iho other rank outsider. Vo ! vny under tho whip boat Hittor a short head forthe place. swcetiirtkei for three ear olds and upward at $20 each, itlii,ii aided of which .'ci to incnnd and flio tn third lelllnj: allowances, iiecn fur on ire l.' l- sonderH b c llurunlde. -4 by hjrle Ualy hana ICI illcrgou) 1 s. Anhbronke a h tr eviiy 4, l"i (Romi 2 O (il.leon a h. r Hitter,'. 112 (Tamil 8 Dr. lie uiuth. Arab, and Illla alio ran. lime. 1 JAitt rout liett'nir -Atralntt rab eenminey. Flitter, sto .' Ur llelmuth, 3lo 1, Uumalde, luto 1, Ullss, Uto 1 V evay, 'M to I. tub MEMnr.ns' akd club stand. furlongs, which went to Ilurnsldo, the rankest of outsiders, vevny ln second plaeo: Fllttor nnd Arab, tbn sure things, finishing third und font tli. Only thieo nppeurod for tho Wolton Cup ut ono mllo. Now or Never won, thanks to Fsnuluiou dislike for tlio pools of water wiilch lay bore and there In tho homebtrotcli. LVmlmau inxisted In running around thorn instoud of tluough thorn, ns Xow or Novor did, nnd in t lying to circlo the Inst ono, within twenty yards of tho lino, ho let Now or Novor got up uud win by u short head on tho post. THE rillHT I1ACE. Vlolante, Volunteer, and Funster. Jr., wore first nwny. and Mr. Heed's filly, taking tho trnck in the opening rjunrtor, led tho others n merry dance until the final furlong, where Anderson got up with olunleor. nnd won by a length. Vlolante waH second a length and a half beforo I'mister. Jr. Bradford had no speod whatovor. Swceimtuki-a for three ) ear olds mid npuard of fjo each, iih fl.i'O added of which tJOO tu eecoud aud 31fii to third, thrae iiuarteriof amlle 1'. ilebharda b g ta'unuer, u, by MorUnier-Sly llooiii Do (Anderion, .... 1 Charl. a Heed Sona' rli. f Vlolante, 4, 1 1 1 (Martin) 'J D 1 I'uMfrrach I. I'unater, Jr . :i, W (O. Covlugton) U I.lttle 1.1U aud llrudford alio ran. Tunc I 17 Poit Ilettlnu Ten to 7 on Volunteer; agalnit Prad (or,), uiu Hi. lolanti, 0 to 1, Little blla, luto 1, 1'un iter. Jr., 13 to I. THE SECOND I1ACE. Sluggard nnd llennrtor blng the only stnrt eru. thoro wna no timo lost nt the post, Mr. Wlthers'H colt showing the way to the big turn, whoro Iloportor closed up, nnd was on oven tonus when thoy hounn tho run homo. It was n piotly ra e until iho Un ill fuilonu whou Uo iioitui drew nuay nt Ills capo, uud won In u gallop by noarly a do.on lengths. Swi-ealaK,of f .beaih Willi fl .130 added, of which 1 1 . i to e on I und l-"i tn third, oue mile Kb llroHiibr c Itrforter 4, by 1 nquirer Honnlo Meile ids .U i o' ingtoni ... 1 II U Wlihertabr c. sluggard 4. HW(Uegaui J Tune, 1 7'' Font lietilui Ten to 7 on licporler, .' in 1 agalnit fduggar I. TIIK INI1FPENIIFNCE STVKFH, Oingeuso. I ellpse. and Miss Hansom wero t' lit -t tn i. how lu gi oil bienl, Iho lot be ng Mrun' n a ii I ln tr ml.. Mroi en and i 'ia-gun-,' nr ' head nn I Load tit the en i o thullist mu.ii'i'i win I ec, nil 1 I'm -i'. Iii'tijuiiiiii, and i h hun kerilm must proininont of tlio others. The Witi.urs IHIy g'nduitlly Increased her ad vautiige and at tne ond of half a mile she was a length uud a half In front of Ileckon, who had i Bttujuiulu, I'KkwlcXtr, (uidKty u, u nsara THE WELTER CUP. fienllment found tlio clip too warm for him nftor Ihe first iiuurtor of a mllo, nnd tho raco narrowed down to itduol botween tlio veterans. I I siiulmau drow nwny hall way homo but I swerved badly overy mud puddle ho encoun tered, und Borgen had a hard tlmetiyiug to koi'p him straight. Twenty yaids from tho 1 flnli-li I simlinaii had a comfortable load, i whon ho swervod again and iltpurlck. sit i ting right down on Now or Never landed tho money by n short head. 1 siiulmuu could nut have lost hud ho run straight. The Welter ( up, a free u elter wel.ht IiaiiiHcmo mteep HtliKeaof 9-tleuLti, Hlth fl.ouil uil'leil of uhli'll (.onto aicond and fioo to third; gentlemen rldem atlowid , are pound, one tulle I li. II Vc-iea'a lr. h N'ow or Nerer. 6, v MratfurJ- Hve and lire I4u (I uiMlrh kl t ,1 Vlebib4chab li lpiii.litiau.il. I in 'llcrgen) '2 s. V Mreet'a b c. bciii.ineiit 4, 1..: irur.il a Time I : o Pout betllng-rlve to on Now or Mcr, U to 3 uguliint Laiiuliuau, 1 to 1 Mlillinent Tlin Fiiurlli at hlmily Hide l'ark, The July meeting of the Somhiil'le Driving IJ uh wai l.eld at shady hide Park H.il i In, I, I . jeatrrduy. Dtiplte the wiather tho Ira k wag In goo 1 condition A bigi ruwil of jiectatora wernoii tlin gruund,. lathe flntraca Itu"cll II, rau over Tlinmlore I'.iimi'iid of llockulle Centre, who wan tjiidlugon the track look Ing a tlio race. KaHunad trait 'ermii'h injured About the lame tliuo a le.uu belongilu to Ciur llallwin of Jtockvllle t'entre ran awy ttirownig 1 liu uud two boanaiued rr'iuk llox anl lohu Cornell out of Ihe carruigr Hie liure rau Into a mowing luai hlne on the grin a 1 I'utllug luetf badl) about the hoof, sum in try of racea Itiiiiuiiig race, half mile beata, bebt three la live for puree or too. John Ulute, Heinpitead, I- I . b. g lleparlee . ..1 2 I Jtockawarbtaidea.larltockauay.il li luatir J 1 a Loun Craft, luwood I, I ki liimeil II a a 2 Tlma-34. at 31 tlrtfichii. trotting, i e.t three In (lielieati, purio130. T.I liiildwln. MaldHliia. gr g. Minor .III I dward Haldaln, raruilugdaie, gr g Pan .,1 'J a w.s Newiuu Ne Vork, br. g I rank h . .. 4 a 2 T W I'eiraill likllwlua gr g Miiburu Hero, .. 2 4 4 Wialcy Miller, paldwin- br tea Sari . .. 3 3dla lime-.' 4- '.'144 J 4't. .' 4', claaa, troluug purae tl'. ttal Ihr.e III ft v e beuta i rj lla'ilHIna br III Mat e - 1 I I (Mkwiiiil iii'k I ar i. l.u kthleieiil e blk. in I Mll 1 t'lli) u .... 2 -' .1 I I liam I. ret ii I i k ll lua lu tlulal ... J 'i i ! LoruAratt Iiiwi, dbg Cuddle li ilia. lluie-J 44. i 44. .' 4Vli The julgei were steiilmu liickej. T Wright and J W 1 Iaiou. sieubau line uiil VT, U tbMt ( Uuia killt.( , ; ', , , j I i HAC1NQ AT JIlltailTO.V BEACH. I.ontc Hhnt 4'nptnieil 1'Itci Ont of Hlr Jtncea YeNlerdiay. Tho nttondnnco nt Ililchton Beach yestordny nflernoon. dospltotho threntonlngweathornnd tho opening ot Monmouth's now track, was vory fair. It was a day nt surprises, only ono favorite getting home first during tho nftornoon. Tho Kompio lllly hnd no trouble doloatlng n bad lot of two-roar-olds In tho opening ovont. but very fow of tlio sroctators oxpoctod DeLacy's colt, Knnesvlllo, would do tho trick in tbosocond, 20 to 1 bolng froelyiiuolod against him In tho ring. Tannor downed tlio reinstated llallston ln the third, as was oxpectod; but Fordham'a defeat of Diablo In tho fourth was a facer for tho talent, as tho fcur-ycnr-old was considered woll-nlgh lnvlnciblo by some porons nt pios ent. Darling bowled over tho fnvorlto Cast Hteol In the fifth, i.tid Fat Oakley, another out sider, won tho stcoplochaso ovor tho short course. ,TIIE first nvep. rune M d for maiden two year oiJ. pelllni allow ance, live lurlutiga w triiniugsa b. f by Sir Modred-Kempte, 101 (lonea) .... .... I Itu-nel, A Cn ati f I.uok i meer in.", (Vaiikeuren) a llaiiover stable'ach c, dam sit alaa, l(uil(oger) a Van IJtiren, lletient, Truth, Itellona tllh, Adolpblil, flood Ito), 1 eouartd, nnd Flnale H. alao ran. lime. I U7 .Miituuls paid 34.li. $11 iV, (H 40, THE HEaiNI) RACE. rnre timi. for three year olds, selling allowances; see n furlong-. J Pelongi b r kHiifaTtile.br Council niufls-I.ot- tle .Voire lirj (lladenl t V O llah'ach. c. Itoier 104 tl.atliNevi J (leorge smliti a b e. (larrlson. na(Par) t Sam Moiee llarrlsoii, atu I oe, lualgnla colt. Fox hill, Itlddleatotie. aud V lolet gelding alao rati Time I 34'.. Mutuant aid Ml no, fll.to, B 40 THE THIRD RACE. PiiMefVio for thte- )ear-nlds and upward t one mile. J Hoi niter s b g. Trtiiher, 4, by Long Taw .Mo'.llo Hart, liu t. . ueai 1 lellliBal.lestir.il llallitnn ,'.. 110 lllorton) 'J 1' l.li.aa Co'sbr. g (lend irillle, 4, 1 10 iPay) . 1 Topmait, Woodburn, Ruhiuund, fergua, aud (Joodloo also ran. Time, I i47?L MutualspaldtS.30, Vi S3, 1-U.70. THE FOURTH HACK. I'nrsa f00, for three year olds and upward; seven furlongs s l.werysbr. h. I'ordham, a, by Falsetto Remper V'le 114 (Moore) 1 Caalle stable iti c Dlthlo. 4. llJtlrenchl .. a Isup Biable'a b. g. Iiriiuistlck, 3, 114 (llorion) a W Hired Ja also ran Tune. I 'm. Vlutuals paid flu. vi, $.'.70, (O.UU. THE FIFTH RACE. Purse $,vm for three year olds aud upward; one mile and a nuarter 1. steifaken a b. f. Darling, 4, by Atllla-Peuachka, 00 ..lonea) 1 Hanover Stable's br h. Eleven , UlMRogere) 2 l'.J Uurpbv eb g Cist steel, 3, U4(DuyJ S W Daly, Jr., ulan ran Time. 4117. .Mutuals paid 533.70, SI 1.10, fn THE SIXTH RACE. Furaevn beavv welter weights, selling allowances, sKeplechaae. short course J II. Ieis .lr sctr g. I'at Oakley, 0, by Rayon d Or Nell linynne, l.ll (Ureene) 1 M T liownfng'Ach. g klllariiey aged, IMS Ilealy 2 J It Mccormick's ti. g Taroulii. aged. 141 (Chandler). 3 fccho, Jake sliii'iey, W III Iiavla aud Vancluse also ran. Time 3:'.M Uutualspaldtl47.3o. HI. 10, 12H3. VSCLE JIUll'S WA1EIILOO. MnntlnKO Derenta the llerby "Winner In the Hlierlilau btukea. Cntcaoo. Jnly 4 This was a great day at Washington Park, and although the attendance was hardly up to that or Derby Day ptill at least '-'0,0 l people turned out to stiLiid their holiday amid the scenes or the turf. The weather was cool while the track was slow 1 avorltes again bad all the worst of the racing Of the eU winners, V Irgln, Cecil II, Harry Weldon, Santiago, AI 1 arrow, and Martin Ksetl, fuur were friends of the lovers of long odds I.aat vcar Spokane met his first defeat ln the Kherl dnustikes and today Lncte Hob went doun ln the same race. Ihe racing opened with a purse, for maiden two-year-olds. nv furlouga Hurry Hay was a faiorlte. HogototT bad! ind Virgin, who was always near the front, won for .Morcui Ualy his llrst race this Mtlo of tho far West Marabeau wi, tecoua three lengths In front of Marl etlii th,rd limn 1 irj. The second race apurae for three vear olds and upward at nine fur ouga. had nine etunera, and Cecil K. woii by a head, after a battle royal with ( hurcinli Clark. Attlcus. who eloped an Tery fust at the end was third beaten onlj a nei L lltne. 1M Then foil .wed a a-lllng purse at one mile f,r three year olds aud upwurd. Chllhowle was a strong favor ite but he r.iu a p ior raco. and Harry Weldon won c ewrly ) two leUtf-llia. Put Sheedy was aecntid, tao lengths In front or i hllhuw-le. third. Time 1 :4H, rbe winner was bought lu by his owner for JTJO, which was Vo over 1,1- .inlrauco price The event or the da the Sheridan Stales, for three year olda at one mile and a ouarter worth to the win ner$ i aui v,ae the fourth race, and tho absence of Jed left the following to go to tlepoau Hen Kingsbury. 104 illuzlittl Santiago, lis (Itarmsj. Itlarnevstonn. Jr. II- iSodui Ja Ja, lis illn.lla) and I ncle Fob. l.'J (Mlev The lntt-r was a hot favorite at odds on. while Sa it ago was li-t In demand Pen Kiugsbtiry cut out the running, closelv attended bv JaJa for seven fur ; Iniiis, w hn butt! sboae.i stges or weakening, and as the stoic! a as reached L'ncle Hob showed In front by a clear length lince well In line for home however, Santtt,o made p,ay, and almost as quick!) as chal lenged hi ey had to reach for hfawhip. I ncle Hob failed to res: ond, and Italdwln's colt slowl forged ahead and without persuasion wnn la clerrr style by a length Hin Kingsbury was a poor third, sU lengths lehind Uncle Ilob while lilarne) stone, Jr, was fourth, un I Ja.tu laat lltne J Ul, There la but one , unci islon to be formed of Uncle Pob s show lug to 1 th-it Is that he Is either a doner, or is not up to i-take weights In other won's. he ia not a renl high claaa erformer As to the winner, ho Is a sou of i.nnsti ad and Clura D. he Is on th order and build of Wanto and is a colt that promises to run on, grow lug hatter with age A fel 1 of seven started In the fifth race, a purse for threw ear olds and upward. sl furlong beats. Al arrow was a hot fatorlts. and he won lti straight heats In a canter the flral by a length and a half from V Idette. with Lottie S third anl the second by tao lengths from Duke of Highlands, V Idette third. Time. 1 17!L UK A handicap sweepstakes for three year olds and up. ward at nine furlongs closed the day's racing Prince Firtunatus was the favorite, but he got list In the shuttle and after a spirit d contest Mtirtln Russell won umlsr adrlre by a leugth from Cishler llyvwaywas third. Time 1 4'J The owners of the winner, who was u to 1 in the bettlug, are said to have won a for tune ou the raco. Entries fnr Blonmoutb To-day. It is a fair card that la offered for Monmouth Tark to-day. Hor Highness should win the Monmouth Oaks, with (starlight secoud. Ilo portor may win tho Long Ilranch Handicap. withCasslussocond. The opening ovont should bo fought out by Volunteer und llluo lloek. L'lntrlguanto may win tho socond, with Vuldln In tho place, and 1 idos mny land the fifth with Chemlso second. Tattler ought to win the sixth, and Guy firny may run socond. Worth and Fad mny do to play in tho last. First Uace Free hundicap sweepstakes for three year.olda, wltlifl.uoo addud; three quarters ot atnllo. Hlue Kock 1 17, Volunteer . . ,, 11? Worth I'rt'lccolacolL paj (juy Gray ... 10u illco .. .. i8 Second Race A sweepstakes for two year olds, with f l.taaj added, thrte quarters or a mile. Flovla H5iMlder ns TheF.arl InSi'l'eter ins Oscar KHjLxclustou... 10V l.'lninguaute PUKIjtle los Third Race The Vlonmnnth Hals for mils, three years old with $l,o0u added, one mile aud a quarter. Her Highness .. . 113 illoamlng m Slii.ilnII li: -tarlight ins 1 lo, s e 10- bibelot pid Flora llarr lo lourlh Race -Long Krarich Handicap for three. year olds and upward, with $1.7oU added, one uille uud a quarter. I'rlnra Royal 12lCnsau Ul liiutge. 114 F.ric in Now or Never mi Reporter led Cvu.'suro, P)4 eihyrua 104 llrllmla mi Uleliloik pal HoTor . . .tin Kirn , , tij Hflh Race Free handicap suertstakes. for three yiar olds and iipward, with al.otMi added, one mile. Fides .. I'.'-' l.uy llr.iy 0t Cbruiise Iuj Turialilackburn ... vi Sixth Race-Selling sweepstakes for three ear olds and upward, with f l.oxi added , one utile. Kaleld'ieiopo 114'Kemplalin 105 our iiray . HHJllna ... no lattler Ul! Setenth Race Free waiter weight liahdlcap sweep stakes with l,iai adds 1, lire furlongs. Worth ... Ill) tal I'jo Portugal IJo. lloughr.ua 107 Trolllnu und I'liclne ill Aiilmrn. Aeni r, July I - The last ilny of the July meeting at II e Milium Prising Park was a big success a large crowd witstn attendance, and the races were unusually Interipllng J M. 1'ittll's black gelding Jewell again altsniptedtobeatu 2ii but the time gh i n forthe heat w.is -' i:)i Robinson D trotiel an exhibition beat ii.Mlnt time and was credited with 2.27. Iho follow tug are tue su miliar bs. 2 Jl c'ate. pacing, purse j4k). hliiu-Tnskey 4 1 1 1 I Itllc WilMe I 4 ,V .'. Uueell l.otliard . .. fl 2 'I 11 I in i Ii II II 2 2 I'ruiieVlan 2 J 4 4 fcckturd i a u u Time-.' itt. 2 sv srrtK. 3.20. 214 cla-s, Irotting; purse $IJ0. Aleikll 3 I 1 I tlrace i'.o lhard , .....1 4 a j 11.-lliiike n ii j 2 Jennie II ., 4 a a 4 Savonastar a it n a Lad) I'alchsn - 2 4dis William Henry 7 7 7 dr Time-2 3l'(. 2 u'l. -'.Jl'. 2 am Consolation race, purse e-'o. llucrplialiis 2 111 Roseiiotliard ... . 1 :i .1 2 Alkali ,il 2 2 U Tluie-2 at" 2 Jilt .' lUkj. 2;lC3(. Sspecliil TriilnN to .s uoillli Purk Jtucra lu I'riin itnv. ICiillrnuil. Inning t' e rui ing sen-i n at .vlonmoulh I'arV ape'-i.il tl4l'i- a IViii r.iiHi I , I n road will leavu lu. t of ...urn's- . ou i or .in It siresta on ra e dasutll to A vi i.noon ami I.' fil' vi vvithaii eitra on Satur davaaiif M iteturnitig specials will leave lor hew Vurk luituediatelv utter tne races. ICsi urslon Hi ktts. Ills ludliig aduusslgls ,y Ue Mi, HM, Ua 1 1 la st-'a-U LstWtltVLtXJ.-'aiaa, . ,J xroiixso vv Tin: ltiruit. Alicante Hakes I'aat lime In the Ci.10 Class nnd Improves lies Kecord. rouoiiKEEPstE, July 4. Dosplto tho uncer tain weathor a large crowd was prcsont at tho Hudson lllver Driving l'nrk this ntlornooti. Tho grand stnnd was woll filled, ladles bolng ln the majority. Tho bottlng ring aid n lively business. Ono fnvorlto fallod to land tho money, while nnothor won when tho chances seomod tho other way. A giont downfall was that of Albion, who carried n lot of money In the 2.30 class, but did not get to tho fiont nt all, vvhllo Major I'lrlch cnidutoil threo boats In succession, and placed his rocord to 1!:'-M' In tho third. Tho pacing event is still undo ctdod. Thoso who bucked Mnrotidcs fool rath er unoasy, as O. V, H. has two bents, nnd ia llablo to go aiiothor last ono to-morrow, (,'tilto a munbor of Now Yorkers woro prosont, niiiong them being a party of Jacob lluppurt'n friends. Thoy mado a snug winning, though not voiscd In trotting tin f matters. Kittle M. was tho only ono drnwn ln tho first race for 2 -,'Jii trotters, and Allcniito was thought so much bottor than tho rest thut sho sold for $u0 nnd the field ut 120 ln tho early pools. Fortuno favored hor ln tho draw for positions, nnd nono of tho four could Inkti Iho polo from bur lu tho first ho it. as tho mate won by it length in i! 21. Uhllhock trailed tho Alicnnto maro In tlio second boat lo ho homes'retcii and outlooted iter from tho distance, finishing two oi'OU lengths nhond or hor In - -I '.. This was last tlmu lu soft tooting, and thero win u scramble for tleLnts on Whltloek al S'j.'i. tho Hold dropping tn$H. Tho now favorite wont away steadily in tho third boat with Allcaulo at bin wheel. 'J hey kept together to tho I ait iiuurtor, rind tlio maro gradually got on uvon terms with Wliitbeek coming down tlio stretch, nnd tho latter was nut able lo keep up tho clip, ami tried to rest by hto.iklng but All canto kcnit busily lighting lor tlio head, and I hud it two bundled yards In.nn tho stand. .Mc Donald stoppod driving, and niter a third broak tho gelding mndo a rush and wna nei I: and nook with tho mnro us she reaehod tho v.'lio In i! -2fi's. As Allcaulo hail trotted all tho wav sho was clearly ontlllod to tho heat, though somo of tho local sports ob jected when Allcanto's numbor was hung out. liofoio tho fourth heat betting had changed again. Allcamo going at 12.") und tho field $17. Onoo inoro tho struggle wnsrenowod but AVhltbeck was unstondy altor lapnlng tho mare to tho half and by a vigorous uso of tho whip Alleunto Lopt ln front nil tlio way, hor op ponent making as closo u finish as ln the pre vious heat, but tho lace was properly awarded to the stoady trotter, 'iho time. 2:25)a, Is tho laslost record Allcaute has mado. J: fl Class, purse f.val Alcsnte. by Alcantara (McDonald). 12 11 Neal vVhltbeck (Howel) 2 1 2 2 A B.C. (Hart) . 5 3 4 3 Maggie Mitchell (Yereauce) 4 il 3 4 lotwood (ltrown) a 3 a o Kobtrt . VI. Taylor (lloldsuiltli) 0 4 0 5 Tltne-2 -7. .'IJ4H 2 .IHI 2 211 Of Iho flvo startorslu the 2:.1H class. Albion sold first choice at fid: Major Clrieh. f 15; tho field $17. I lrich took along load at tho iiuar tor in the llrst bent, and won It sooaslly In 2:28li.wlth Albion In the roar and evidently not In his best form, that tho pools look a speody turn, and it wns 23 to l.'i on I'lilrich bo foro tho next heat. Agnin ho had undisputed DO-BOIon of tho polo, nnd l.ndv Douglass was the only one nenr him ns ho finished ln 2 Bit's. Albion mudo lilB only effort in tlio third heat, but.alter closing on L'lrh'li on tho socond uuur ter, was unable to get past him, and llerrlng ton stoppod driving from tlio upper distance. Fven then Major I'lrhli mado tho milo lu 2.24 's, his bctt tiubllc performance. 2i'0 class pursntiso Major llrlch, by Vermont Abdallali (Herring- tun) ... 1 1 I Lady Pouglasa (Flluile)) H 2 4 Daisy S. (lluseu) 2 ( 3 Albion (llrownl 4 3 2 Ida Norwood (Verealice) 3 4 0 Tlme-J:.sit. Wl, 2:2i'. The 2 '22 poco wns reduced to n field of threo. Marondos was tho selection nt $J", to $ltl. Going away for tho first heat, tho stallion wont to piece nnd Q. If. h. shot lo tho front, leading Miss l'auloy for tho mile ln 2.22j. Mill con fidence in Marondos wus not shaken, nnd tho odds ou him wore nbout u bofore. Ho kept lovel In tho so. 'ond hcut till well down tho homcbtietch, but could not get Iho lead from O It. a. Whon ho mado a Innt effort ho lost bis strido. nnd tho New (Jrloans pacer had secured a socond heat ln 2'2II. Willi only another to got. thero i wns a doubt about tbo ability of (1. It. H. to win i tho raco, and a few pooln nt 20 to lu ou him i were all that Ilerdlg could dispose of bofi ro iho third heat, Jlarendes had bottled down to business, and after ti ailing the chestnut I to tho stretch camo on nnd outfoolod him ' in 2:2')'.. Then It was 25 to 12 on tlio gray stallion, and ho had no troublo in hoid- ' ing tho loud all the way through tho fourth ! hoat ln 2:23. while O. It, S had evidently i onough for one day. It was getting dark, but I tho backors of Mmendes wero most anvloua for nnothor heat, and tho judges waited n , luartor of an hour to make sure they worn ' within tho rule. Thou It wns riulte dark nnd n postponement was voiy properly ordered. The summary stands as follows. 2 J2pace; purse $oOO, unfinished. (! R s (O'Pelli 112 2 Marendea il'anllngl 3 2 11 Mils Pauley, i, oldsmlth) 2 J J 3 Tlme-2 22;. 2:21. 2 :0i. 2 '.3t. Besides the unfinislied pace tho 2:27 and 2:20 classes for trotters will comprlco tho pro gramme tor tho lust day. Good Nport at Iliilttmnrei. Bu.Tia ins. July 4. The Fourth was celebrated at Iho Gentlemen's Driving Park to-day with three well i on tested trotting races, the best Maryland stock being ri presented 2 r, class trotting; purse $200. Ljmaii Redmond s b g .Inhll w 2 2 111 W II I'.vanasb g. lib-Hard Wilkes .... 112 2 2 (1.11 Chenowethah g Hunter Rye 4 3 3 3 3 M IflCkardsch K. .-! en Pun 3 4 4 4 4 Time 2:411. 2 jl4. 2 27V4. 2.274t 2:27V 3 Pi class, trolling, piirso SJisi, W, II Evanss b m. Lad) llolton 1 1 1 It. Ilenscbelabl. g Swlrt Joint 2 U 2 J 8 l'lggsrbg Ham Almoin 3 2 4 M Rlckardsus Illllr Nugent 4 4 3 VV B Mrrrltleldss m Ladriiray . ... h a (i. p Clienoweb's b g ( alhoun rt .1 7 II II Holton's b. a 1'rlnce (Jrauge 7 7 0 J U.WtlleOk'Sg g Plao ti tdls lime 2 ,ii VI. 2 !Wi 2 :i .tv. Hnsclal to roa I w ag OI-. best (wo In three C fl -potlordBb in Ifollle h 1 1 A. ,f Follsmovers br g st Iternanl 2 1 J I.aiisrki'sb g llarr) vv :i ,t C. UoBcnbrock'a b g Jim Temp'e dlsu lline-2 47U. 2 4.1',. TrnttlnR und I'arliiK ut iiHsj. Lexincton, July i.This was tho Inst dny of the Faris racos. and It was marked by good at tendance, pleasant weathor. and fast traik. Tlio feature of tlio day was I'rineo I ugono'-j dUtanuing a good field lu tho 2;oll class. 2 40 clise, trotting purse 'no Illaintltsa, 1 1. f. by black's llainblitonlau. ... 1 1 1 Melisla ti, m , by Cyclone 2 2 2 Wild Rise, li g bv levator lla. Anile a llahy li. f bv Jui'ge s.iulsburv dts. Tline, 2 I., 2 17 2 31 H, 2 Mi class trotting tu.rs.' $1CO Frltue I luene. b g b I'otirb'iii Wilkes 1 Mens .Mi'iiee by II ippy Medium lis. I.II R'climnnd by HUhmond Us. ulenwald bv .Nutwood. .. ills. (ikle It br Indian liny dl. iJray Velvet, by strathinore , uis Time, 2,31 a on class pac'ng purse f-Vsj Pliawhiiu.bg 0) Twilight 1 1 1 Hilly tabb. b) llunitiy Wilkes 2 2 2 1. II. K, by Idol Wilkes . ... a 3 3 Tlme-J .11, 2 3oi;. 2 'MU. Trottlnir ut New Haven. Ksw llii-i, July 4 The races at Lint City Turk to da) resulted aslollows 2 33 class, trotting pursefrun. riri at I astern, b. g II (I smith I 1 1 l.erald bin g ,1. M I'owrrs 3 2 2 At, lite, b m, M. Detiiaroat 2 .1 3 Mauds, in. W II Lntkvi'Od 4 4 4 Jack Illgbtower. b g. J c riillmiiii a ills Tluie-2 3i, 2 11.11, J.I i. Free for all. trotting purse fusi. Maud. b. in. 1 lot Clt) otuck 1 arm 4 111 JohnFerguaou.il g.H n r-utltli I 2 2 2 Del Monto, br. g.. I-1 . siinmiuis . j r, j 3 Frank vlourtgor b g M Miberly. . a 3 I 4 De Uarr. tv g, M P. moresi ... . .3 4 dls Tliuo 2.2-.K. 2 JO'y, 2 .'7. 2 '2bU Fun nn Hie Turf of 1. nuu; lalunit. There will te Jolly sport nt the (Ivmkliana rnces. tin der the auspices or the Itockuwa) Hunting flu!, ( c lur burst loua), six pony raves aro on the pri b"ninme, as follows Driss'ng Ilaco I'onles lo be brought to ihe s'.irllng point w itti ouly a trlille ou. sad.lic.coii, and vfstof filer lo be 'a the ground After tlio starting il.'nal Is given r li ll (oiupslitor in Ittioul an. initslilu iissialiiiiiol to sadd e girth his pi ti) put .11 i la teal anil i oa and make the lest of bis wa) lu the u Inning post, where be la to arrive with his viat un I i oat emir, ly btitloned V est to have at lessl live bultois.to.it at least threo button six entries Manikin bate-I sell cuntetllur to rile to a point where manikins wi:i be tiai.it mil carr) ono lu tho w Inning pi st i li bis pi nv seven entr o. Polo ball and till kel i ate Lai li coo tvtlt'ir n plica tt ree polo in Is In ,e, ura e but kelsd.s ri um-1 bi l w ru starting and wliiolng j otitis lirsilii at.er pu.iii g ill three tals lti their ros.iii'ttvo ouvkeia, wlni, Sn.e entries l igar and I mbrel a I ace I otil. 1 1 1 c I roiaht in lbs sinrtiug i inut i Hh s old . nn I iiri'lb r oer t l on the gro'iud and inreieive cigir, iiiau'ii.H oiid limine a Alur atirtlng s gmil u gmvu eat ti iiiuip titor iiImoii any outsits aas.aiati' i. lUbl vuitr put up iiinbrelU uioi at 'sis t tuuke llie. btst f il, ssr l ' the wlni lug ,ot, alirie he la lo uiriv e w itli i igsr ilcbted liiiibrella open anl In good or i, r umb-oiia tin si rciuinii o(eu durlug tne enttro rai ei s-v t n entries. 1 g sod -poim Ran - To bs rid leu oi Iv by members of ihe American l'..ii R t, nig San atloii I ach .inn t eilior to rei eivu a wooden s .out! with an egg in it to I e nirrled 111 lie hsbd t, the w inning post tviiliollt treaklllglt eti uld III-egg la'l, lln i uliipi ittor lor' p'si'i. ii in the sin n w nbout asslst'inc. unl start rig nil fl'Oll 111- poll t al'rra it frl! or lie Inav 1, III r S, IU Xllr a a III tiiial r,ir 41 Mu.e.'j . rl - I i.r I -' R , c S an I ia . I , t . -li la n '. .o ai mi l ii, in I. e rti'd v n hi il, . , ii g iiit.tt oi l i f ..c.itid I III,,! Jii.ht etlll .a I M. ,r I I I A i, vi !l I ur r' I ark I. I I r.i e N 1 liron-n r I a M ditsgne, lr It l.,i Mon'a.n J It Van brhaick A l.owsr Henry i ase J 1 loiolin and oilier aptriluuj riJtll lute Uade uoiuluauous , tut UlV JMUs , , SMUTS OS THIS n'sATaCZ. ' J-Jl Nr.v Tork Scultera Dtaqnnllfled nt A!bny vj AifiAT, July U wai purely n Albuny rfrtt t- julm Oftj- jtitl Rltliougli the New York. crtvT ontrowd their If'.v ojponrnti in two ernu they rieelTed tht referet'a &ffTi t)i1uA'iicAiioD for foullmr, nd tb Aibiny cr-wi wera Tal ntrJ-i boili racei. The first race yttt attnlor lngl j ar eent, vMtli M. K, (Jul tiler of ttift At'ftntai, C. V.. Iugt1 Uffftj rr tho Mutuals of Altuny, aint Ed Mutcahy and Martin j if W Uonahanof iho Alb.tny .loMntt Club ai tlartcra. Th lf rm e from Marc tn finish wan 1 e'wfn llulirr and Mon a- 4 f, lua '.Mintipy art' r tho jttt uiAklnrf tuitapoor third. ". and Mui-rthy ilrutipine 'iit. Hmtrer flnuheil, acarce J V (,iinrtrtir n Uiu.U ulicuJ uf 4Muui.ha11.tn 1 umlaut Ml -7'TirveCftIllI . Iffj lie AlmiitA four conlBtlii(r of John and .uyPemji- I iB ff nnd tho I nw r thtrn Uilil-tm atnl Mat, met ih I 1 iit-w Alhfiii iHulliir hb follows (Irahain b ivv Tar II Un 2 Hunter. ' I ; on-(ii utioke Tha Atlanta rauitht V J tdPHnter 1 it nnd Ird tner ihe course but abdTth f f i-rcniid brl Iru ii .tttemptniit to crt m oer and uteihft I V Aiban thfir xrinii t J r r iied ihem and wert dla- I ki qntliMel thon-ab ldc rrm(l tiie lifin nrt hi Tlie 11111I01 ffiiitr ra o atii' utilo-il touoihli.jr Coujib- ' Ian rbrttUoYtr tltrouun-e. titi rhiil, -L'arlin, fall lur to , . K nnHh IS ' ) Iliolftat race donblo ftcull hlrh was rowed tn rr- 1 1' frit writer, wucevt itititf. btu t!m nwinl nai urtnalUraiv ,JK 't tnrynwnir tn nnotliftr fnul Ibo itartfta -nera U- K ctKiiiati Hii'l IliilKvr of ttio Mutual, .Martle and Tom ay k, "i MotiHiion of tho Mbatnn I'UMiik' "ti ntnl Nattleof th Tr ' 1 letroioiiUtirt and I tout if an nd tiritllltiP of th j? 1 At a nun rtlkiiitrtnii an J sNaeKio, after on it -pfi fa is Flnrt, cuiaMit the wutt r Jnrt bflilnl ft ,' the Mutii.tii win were oil Mint ntir ul of the word AT II ' l jiN-rv nt e en-itfd mr t' Ur! ha'f mtle In whlrti ?-tl i tf the 'Mill,' 1'ifinod witli and p mi-od th" Mutnala. Tli JS Ajv Atlttitrt- rtiwed 111 iro-il firm but ith little fi.ri'a an 4 B UA wrrn nu.n out nf tlin rni e It tins iiptT rat rat J Vi I brldtf i Mutn were lea line l"it hat tnrned into It x I the All-anr a water The Mulim a a ft 1 steered Into th if 'SI" sH.iua iiu,' mid mi in o ith Mrr" (nek. d ThoNewVork tr Ml tlnnb'e ii'ilid otit nn I toll behind rntipl of ttrntca if jl, lbenthe vpurtcd and luain nut rowed the Mutual. '- I r -nitiif th lit n iho aerondf ahtad In n nitnatea.o u (V' frc(iinl KHtrf" Hiniiiev Lo,ter bonever .lerids4 ft, w th ttfM tn b Hint, nnd .aethe race to the Mutuals F ft nnd m 1 ie the M tnihina, wtin cnine In two leuttthi b ll A., hiud, tecuiid Tlio tt.(iittiadld 1 ot llntth. ffl-W1 iaki- iioHiTinNri ratua hacks. 4rw'i The IflVe llopfttr-lutanoe Clubniid tho Hotel Urea. iHfc lln turnuhfd iient of am: anient enUrday. Th ftll. c-JtUim 1 lull had iti M'-Tt In tho uiternoon by tioidlnff It wVllJi -pcoiid annual traitu un Mho llu'el Itreeln fornliirieoi 'kfi' t!iecebnainn r the tiatljiml dny bv a irrand dlrplar lUi'VK of llrruuriVfi lu the (-euuikf. while tho ranoes ia4Jlol iffllJuti around th lake 1 1 niniihted with t-hltitso lanterns, vtf-flfl in tln'wlfde tbo d.iy w.i one nf ih mmt nicoeirui rjlfli' lourtl.s tiint IsuVo I ln attoiitT bat er w linefeed UVw'tt 1.4rl, hi th1 afsfcrinMrii Iho ina if the hotel and Vfm-J f!alltrle nf tli b- at hoii-o bn.au to nil up with ep-ro- tfti tftbtr t-' tv "t viiii u.i'lfB nddfd I rautjr ana cr.tc ? to the iM'eii-d uhllt entbiinliKiii wan ilnibie necrr r'tct roiintpnitM o lt.. 1 1 euut.tul uftrtiu 11 fnr racluir, i ? i iiii.ltiKl tho Hid t ten Iuh. a trifte strnnper, obinlut tll( perfection oind bate rroiiel the dav The aatllnsr , PraTttt ripen ,oro rain r U'ii(tliy but mill full of IntereiU anl J :4k marked Uj -eorHl t Itlnir tfaturei Tb Juduee weroi fl ttt&Ji itu err liuuitp the v . irk butter. Mr. If. 1. Kd wards, IsSORy l'rtri drnt of tho ll 1 tik of the titto of Niw )ork, ilei r-x ARj XI Hioikwju. tnauatier ut it.o hutet, deorije Oauitral Iuih? mi I it 1 ii Men. A ffi Tho i rut Men u the 1 air oared rowing race Tbre IJfiil loais Btirtd hi tills manned rci ertlely by ll r, KHrt Irotli'iitih 1111 and W UodUhotn-e II !-. hnrdeker and IlSiVff" U .1 V.' 1 UK -art. 1-ewin lieritiu an I .1 W Wlliitf. Th t'J Jli cmrie una around a fd tla one third of a mile distant ,?' u3 and buck to the Bturlliu point mal.liir two thirds of wi. JSm 1 11 He. Al tho Mart 1 ruthlinfh tu and onlhoui tQ .OTf! gut oil ahead iirrtbt; and Willis sate them a "u 111 t I'ff-a rate up to thf t rit buor After tbl w3 11, they wero unable to rtand iho puce and dropped, -rtfi JvjJ rai'Idh 111 thu itnr, I rthfniil am tiid Woodboui li ''if J I Hi Ik) cd a- they plf aifd nt tie ilne. wlnnluu; by els Ummj lenuthF Hie pecnml boit-ftitrrfd 1 protet btcau-to th 4itlrr ' II ret lo.it t n n-t il tin line on the wrunn elde or the tlaif, 'ufeM, but the protest w.ih hoi luiuwi-d ,n'r int Ihe ki' on I vni a flint 0 nan d rac. rontested by II. H filiii P Itnil Ititfbain nnd U v4liinoiiH0 Thu distance M - f'Pm tho pamu as thi toriner 1'uth men not oil eroul) at lb $ Vlf? stiri, and me I ,t mt ind npirifd rai n up to the flrB 'J'fJll bun) when lr 'tiiliubitn 1 steady ttrokes bfiraii to FJOT carry him ell in tl.o leal, ho eventually winning by fclt fill) Veil louifviin 1 Ma ss:i 'iho third wfl tho vaclit and ratboit rare Knur of U w tli?o Unier palllni-r craft ttarted in the event. Thet -rfi IV'! were the Mav. Var-furlte h.ulie V .and Marjorie Ihla, ,4 MJ with tho c inof (tailing nco w.i the inmtt tntrreptlusT j Sfclj and t'ioi-fl) itiuteled one ot tho da). Tho wind was T m erv tin I and t tin ihe Imatit vsert? altn-nst becalmed. ftS Ihe i onrse wa-4 11b mt two inU aruundtbe ari-ater L iHi)1! p.irt nr tl v lake vWb o l.nm tin lifdrl The Marirutnt -' ,w ' t romed the Inn llr-t n'.l "! 1 1 o V.iy came 4H heruli'U i t fe lair. tho Marjorirt KTulnl- after folluvved by y 'L hadio t rbf b.nti i'iiI no retain thfso poul It fSe tbnm f r ay Ifiutth nf tiiuu ihe hadio V. ( f j, bo m 1 ropl up tit .frond p'.iri- bv iiiannjrlnj beri-alliso j h,J abtiiiittcli itrv I artiiionf -Kli.il riio Marjorie kepi S I'Kheatlier hie tiif ti) the tu ,e t'10 tnllo buor i K- rouudrd tbf '! o vr.n U idlnir by ten Ifar Iftivtln. Uf The Marifiu rite nun .M i lu thu tm an timo . ere bavln-j J 5 1 a racf t thtir n a liniirh fint di-tain e in 1110 rear -jJ 1 The badi euslh kt pi the lend Mte ha-1 prevloum J ( A$f iraliied. aud 1 i-tid thu Into ono inhiuto atiead of th f fw .Murlorle. whifli wnn no unii ite R'ind of the Mar f ' fif rvnf riti, niid the Mav uinv a lew U iigtli- in tbo re.ir, t .fir! Thf wiiiiiin.; bout recuvola iarjeu i.v r cup, dunatea iP t)-.r b Mr. I'-mio I t JkJ The inndem p iddUng oanoe rno i nine neit. Tbre lI -P a entritis wer in thl III-' Uranh iiiiiiuh d by It Ii. j t.emlcr ami Th K ihm. er tlio MietiH, tnunued by J ;y la Ti her and .limes 1 J almond I uithf, mannetl t IPl bv JrtjiifB l'i .full un : W .1. -to wart. Tho two UeMler ;' ; Jfej bn t be-ii 1 .id el 1'ieir j,n litem to win. but the lanth nif uavetbeuiaii evceedinvly iinic rate oer tbo entlr 1 eourcte d iwi. t' if. 14 " r .. mil- ai the t'riu buov th ' J two (.e-ii er" bad in tn.irf-xd tn p'it a e rip of c ear water '"3 etweunti fir iumi an 1 fie Idu'liu but ..tnriUb steuarl t rf alut iMiif. ild irt their t oat iiruimd they bet m paddlln - n- at .1 I no vt IjIi'Ii a-tntnt'tieil v ery pn t.itor well TmiM wn thu 1 a 'd in done th t when w unin i" yards of w ' iF, tho Milt 1 11,0 vlrmtli a !-a 1 I... I bean e ut down to lw -J. or three f- rt lln vb t ir I iv w itb tl iie(.-.rrw h i JL a'sed tbo Hue bu"lv two feet aheal Tho youiit-rer Q -' ?P iiihh'vr Ih'obre ne irh fainted a lie nai'hcd th ; ik' d( . Iho in)' tt 1 w,ii hi venil ioi fiti.. in tbo rear -A -J t 1 .) 1 .Hint caillii r.ife l ntt Illlli on the llL four k -iV borttn ifnt ntt atthentiirt na lolln-a Naiad, bailed by J. L- ,1'r I 1 an'iniuid, hdi bv then lore H e.tmler. W rati til, if . Lit- bv littdb) l U.s-ealei und lln 1 mtlie b) U T MtwnrU ". (.V" Tlie (uir vutlifnainiiii lh.it ..l 0 t bv tin vac! ta 'J i(t twfi mile Ho latitl 1 t ol t'tt t b-iel followed A Mil bv Un Wraith and the Ij h t u tc- ml, later At th nftf5 half unl. himy th'e thr f out,, mre uell t unrlied anl Jr (. H roakintf a goo 1 rm ' (be ) 1 !i irrmlu ill. (Inw ahead, '"l',jii Kinlat tie mi e bu n. lent u b m linvtha th h " raittt r-e on 1. inluwel tl reo minute later by iIS j. tho lamlio U t r tie tbinl noy wag Vs, P naili d tbo Wr.tith n 1 inu-ht an I pitd ilt S)Inh. , t. Tbo tw o i-ai o a in ll e le.i'J now tin ked to k t the w ml If i FJ hmi I iv tbo lanit 1' n pportunlt) in mmo up I. J J . totbelr'tu anl the r ph ! onn third Tlie ju UA.V b .If nil. t wa kIow, ah tie w 111 1 h d n arlvdbd out. M j A t 1 1 " Diidlci (ifs-br j iin-u wi ritrbv one minute .-tewarS 1ST lti neooul. two minute ahe,il 1.1 the Sjflj li Uudloy u i if liu-fler b vr iiuitu' thl- ev, it w ins for tl e firCOhd tlin K t.M tho Lot ta slier flip tnvrn bv the artren-. I oita hist T j 1 1 voir Ti e t ni' ia to 'e nine fio permaneut poshenston 9. fjg -"fc Of IMe -Hii.;eIi.t wiinlu' H th'ee tlliira Q YJ Ti e hint of tt o evctita wan tbn uv paddling Th Jii5? i rout tant- were I K l'i b. r in lolittn .lames K. iCcft laktmaiiliti.Nfii.il and I be dot .1 i.eiHler in i-y!ptu aftifef!! itcA-ler 'ii 1 1 ib'her 1 e ii 1 cctt cr. but at ttio upte ZuntlLti t.eier tnt'fo In ly in lettiuir Inrk into bis boat sVfrM' and rami1 home wlriu r 1'ileti r rlambored around hts) -3"J IW; over uirned ate ( rn .in 'line bet me be con Id gt her jES rii.'li'ed. Ie-tovi bile Ia'maud, who vtan Iot. pa sued XTl-lil'' l'i il.ei and btt 'd'otid I late. M wf tin rn-i'K hoat (Lip. uSl1 .nvniR. shtlv 4 Ihe Tal iiade liont t'lith lield a very wft.lm mcft -"fii i'lf r -v.il re.-n'ti tins mnti.lm:. vhtch w a Pjxmm w iti e-cod bv la-kfiiniiln-r of ladle and irentlcrnen Wnnn irom the bilfoiiv uf tli' club hoine The course w al rlSpfflr '' one tut. f mi'e s riL!it nwav fliifkblug in fr"iit of tb fIJth lH.n-e In il -'iiifle ccu.l -helm l vuriin, -'r K. H, TtS-rW? Iloldeu 1. lfu l.ll l'" Hi and II 1' fieity toolc flSlBl part. Ma-' In won by rum b ugtb W 1. Knapp .'tfmw and N. 11 Iiiikehter. witli I l Mend'len ''ox- VrffiiTiW' isWrilti heit i". V Oilier and It -. West- 'fiSlE c t with II II. u brook cohW .1 n, 1:1 Iho doulle ull EtWiY wi.riiiub.ati Intlo fyurarnl ah d.a 1 II Foravtb, a-- (' II M.imlen .lr I. it .o .eu and J. Martin dr. aW-RP1 rowed an ex. M ent rat . .i.aiiit(. A Uapif r II. 'ii' t.euv u h I'en s-in-i it ite V-.H. tho former crew aU'W- Tlie ebrllt n,iri 1 irewa vier' ai fcllown Haiintlens OJTJJ I. Henri, 11 t. h A uluer, it ncn:t v It Knapp, 'RA'Sa (Ml Ma" den ti S l'i f t . I eewa .1 H I nr) th, .lr, Mfc.W'' etrohe I. M. .birkou caH)n I'allSHde (. It ySu? htermiii A I'll..' . I- Ltrikmier I II tlettv r. "J3rJk .1. IMktnp .1 it I pliain I Mnrtlu .lr K R. Ilolden. JAWf? ftroLe I'M Hitter msw nn 1 he latter crew wer ,et m-S virt irioti-4 ty a'.out a b lut'i 'n n evemn-r op'iiS .ft' .riija (.tie a tin. dlidi uf li rework, after whlili diuciusj nl-,teM wjia ttiilulfc I iiu 5 i m A i Mil lEotiyr 4liotuil at Kar Ibirlinr, ,& llf niK lUiiror, Me.. J11H I -Tbo Ilebo alley Clnb ., 'iirS liou-nwna opened to m;1.! vslitii al of th rottugerst ff'riiS nnd many of the bo'e! j temiweru preamt. The club M-iIaCI bouse an 1 tab e v ero e'abnr ifelv ler'rate 1 with How. xliii jftfig! or lin're w is. a i-piendM d'fp' i ii' tire w urkii IHnner E& w3m wan curved irom until I f. 1 .-) ly dauotngw All jtfM Here Wile iimr t ian " KiieMi preniT, Inelt-dimr Il? vnpm Mr" It .r on liurrl-ii ffiir-m anl i'.t oi e-x Mi nek u y)4)ltl iiermmt Mr M I. liu. I 1:1 1 1 0 lnrter ami Mm, tjtff .! In aiuev kano fcei,ril try an4 Mr. tLaititi arrived at Br'Jv U to utrfhu mK UiU Intr-rniitlonul C'rlrkrt. dulwr 11 run iptLmu, July 4 A meeting of the Fieeotlr Jr Wf fit Committee of tho -trickelern' AfO-.i.iiton of tho United 3Lt Wi? btateiiwa held 111 tin city vemerdy to .arrange to Mi 'M details of the iiuunnl match between Canala and th t "ft rutted Mites which vvill bo pajoj ou Monday and jjvj tJ Ineniai July Han I !' lh i uminitteo dccieji d that Jp5 the iiia'ch ohul 1 1 pt id 0.1 lint U iinliiikoi) uroutids. iT'""!1 w I la to m tit n iho ilrit dav at II ttn i emi k A. M and ft'i fiL'$ to I'oiitiuuo tm 1 r o (duck Ihe price or adinhai'ii waa C twHaf r, d nt '-' eni grand xtai d enie It an decided vti 3h -m tuei tef alii ibo vtniltirs nltn a bani-iuet at the MIao Jjli fSva. hirkon Inn on iho evening of ibo eoiid dar. Th fifrl ntiulseleifUon of tl e team will nut be made until Tuts- lir!B-4J dm lb toll i-vinir wt r tousidered as eligible itui1l Vh'V H dain d H Matter-in 1. -Mark Jr. J H (lark W. Wii Sw Iiroitsie lr 1 l.in-r ll J Jii..n It H drown, li-Pj Wel-b 1 1. I I om on i.irin ii town Crirket lub; WXIS II I. Mam N I tl ru If 'lh')'r W ( I.owr H. tfffiV- 1 im A 1. Tl '. moii Mer on 1 rl'-i et Hub H r. tfrSR Mneier, M - of ui'et lr I I. M411S Itelmont rf tJhRfl 1 . hi 1 1 ib. 1 b I. iMi 1 hiiadel, bu ( rb krt Club "E; ;; V2 l,t r tl, -His., j-.i n Itu' r. fi, x W 'f S Mil IVlij, liu' Tj se io llio Ul OEM 4'il-liT' tln-jsuil ivilli B J k-'T-f woiiTsAQME Blacking m It insl'i-a tViin ' . .1. !.'... iwy. , sinl icr sbas els-i 4, . f' ilr.i,l ,.li . 11 1 1 lUir i,lil, l:,l)i;it tile J W.' , i rulila r, t'ltu stin-iltj iu 1 suiiw urnii in. f 1 1 Tir , Chun'oit Pino Tabic to Walnut l)? 'm A Poplar Kitchen F'lis to Antique Oak. Vl f j ft X,U.VV i I1AM 11 1 II 1 1 ilurtol,lil. i jifiift(i'0''''i-tvfU V,