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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 24,-1801. 5 ,i.
NEWS OF THE OLD WORLD. ME TOPE DETER3IIXED TO ADTlERE TO the rtusfcu revublic tftw I)epa,rtnre la the Interantlnanl rottry or the Holy Hee A Npeclnl .Iriry prrlttea Tkitt Mr. Catkeurt la or Monnd Vlad-The Emsloslon on the Cordellti, lloMB. July 23. In connection with the rs tsptlon accorded on Monday last to Mnr. Far rita. tn noW Pnp'11 uncl nt TarK by IVcsl dent Carnot, and In view of the Nuncio's an- nLcomnt that ho hoped to draw closer the. :. ,,xitlne botneen, tho Vatican nnd France. liilollowlnB facts ma bo Intorostlnc: Mtr. Ksrratft. previous to tearing Home In ntdet'to join tho post nsslcnod hlni, had Ions uletwc0s with tho l'ona. Cardinal llnmpolln, 4 Cardinal Kotelll. tho ex-Nuucto nt l'nrls. P.tlcji subjecta woro touched upon nt loticth. Mrr.rerratn.lt Is understood, as a result of jk( conferences, must hnvo mapped out Ithtbe Tope n dxod and rroclse lino of con juct for the application In Franco of tho ro pnbllcan policy of Cardinal Larleorlo. Th Viith'nn Is absolutely docldod, In spite of the threats and the riarsuaslons of the Mon archist", to cotitlniie tho policy of adhesion to the ropubllc In order to testoro lrnmo to union and torollslous nnd political pacifica tion. All tho authorities of the Holy See nre of one mind upon tills point, ami tho lenswalot me triple A'llance xrlll only lo stroncth to thlcoioititlon. which will mark a now departure in the Intou.aUoiinl ecclesiastical policy of tho The' pr'ocrnmnio of Mcr. Frrrata will onn alst: lit'. In applying this principle to the I'oottKT.lonal itluht party of M. Tlou In tho i'onml'ft' o Depiitlos; soeiindly. In prevailing ,,1,011 the UIhoin iind clergy, ono nltor thu other, tn make a -nlcmn act of ndtieMon: and, tblrdlr. lo constitute a vnt Catholic union In lha country outside o( the old dynnxtlo parties. The ntlcnn wishes, abovo all. that tho mon archical partle should not meddln In tho move ment so as 10 dotorlorntu It anil lead it astray. The l'opo was 101 y ni itch astonished to tee tin ihta old party as soeklni: on all sides to rises Itseir In the newcrounlnc In order to ho Heto attain its leadership or direction ai d tetetslntts repiosontation. This attempt to crete confusion nnd to turn nsldo tin real tmrDo'e eftln mnvomont should not suoecod, and Mcr. Ferrnm Is lustruotod 10 see that tho isolation Is Mfcomnll-lied to the iinifli of the (real now and tollclous Intorosts of 1 rauco. ranncv ion mils, catiicart. The "special tint J I'liiiM Ilrr Sunn Acultiat u Poise rlsil Airily i,r Medical Talent. Lomwn.J'i'1' 23. The lniulry Into tho mon til couJULu 0! Mis. Mary Cathcnrt. a wealthy l,jy, ol Vooitcn I odce. KtnrTordsblto, on tbo pelltlon ft 1it husband, Mr. James Taylor I'aihcart.whch ha- Peon coins on for some time pnst before Mr. Bulwer. V. C. Master In lunacy, nni a special jury. In the Itoyal Courts of Justice, resulted to-day In a verdict totboelfectth.it Mis. Cuthcart'Was of a sound stale of mind. The o.i-o Is a reninrkabloonn.lt only trom the fact that a number ot physicians declared Mrs Catlu'.irt who bad been confined in nn urlum. to bo insane, while tho special jury bow finds amilcBt n powerful nrrny o medical Ulent. M s. Cathcart poems to hno lid delusion", to say tho loast. Sho frequently mforrod to persecullon, al lured adultery aunlnst her husbtind. nnd claimed to bo In diond of 'oelue poisoned. Mr. Cathcuit alo romiiiiunedns to nlleced fraud ulent settlements nnd ns to witnesses who trtuld hate assisted her limine been put away la contents, hhe also, according to testimony, f hinted her mother tilih iittemptinu to poison or. and -ahi that she hud been taken from the tinourtsto the ni-yluui as the result nt a f-'ot and that bcr Jlaiosty's.TudKes had been tilbt'd to i How it. Ttiis and a mass ot similar UMIniony ba -been uken und welched for irtels tut. . ronular sympathy spomed to bo with Mrs. Cilhcsrt. for the Mntur in Lunaey in July. lf"l. lomiilalned that ho -us continually ro cir re anonynmui. letlors. and said it was trill that tho public should kuow that powers aa (0 Jisolmrce of nlleced liin.itic biy with tl conimlSHlnni-rs of Lunncy. two uf whom iLlcbt undor section 75 ot the Lunacy net nt lt.0. mako an order for the d'seliaiceof nuy patient detalued without sufllcit-nl cuuno. TIJ VXfLOSIOX OX -111V COItDULIA. Detott'' Account of (he Accident by Whleli Ttin Officer untt FourMcu Were Killed. I.0ND0:; July 23. I-ord Goorce Ilamiltcn, First Lot d t the Admiralty, in tho Uouso of Commons to-day made n statement, the sub tsneo ot which was that tho tun which burst oa board 11. M. 1$. Cordelia, as cnblod from Bydney, X is V recently, was of tho same pattern ns t six-inch Kun which burst on board II. M. P. Adlvo in 1333. 1'he Admir.ilty committee wb.ch Investicated that accident recommended U1.1t no more suns of that do lien should 'i i-tunufnctured. The Admiralty, (kid Lord Goorce Hamilton in conclusion, hud made ariaucsmonts lo have all sun of that raitern immediately replaced by L'uus of u nioie Improved uluke. The Lonilon 'iines of July 7 contained tho following detnllod account of tho explosion: "While ihe Cordelia was nroceetllnjr Irom tbe Till Islands to Xnumes. and while bo men Here belnnoxercisnd in enn practice, ihe order to cease mine was sounded for all but cun .So. Son thepoit-lde. 'lMscuabnd boencharced with common shell. Minted, and laid, nnd tbe order was uivon to lira it. This bad no soonor been doi e than n tremendous explosion oc yiried. shakluK the ship Irom blnn to Hern, nearly nil tlio-o ulio etoud ntouud tbo cun were killed, linen ploces ot Iron llow In nil directions. The foretopRallant lilt tu tho roral yard was cut. Tho breech block nnd a lame portion of tbe sun eiirliico weio hurled cros the deck, tbe upptr deck was burst tbroush, and pan of tbo cun cnrrlauo was blown down In.o tbe main deck. Tho forio of the explosion may Po inferred from the fact thiit IniKinentsot "ho shattered cnu fell Into tun sea hundreds ot yards away. "Tno officers killed nro Lieut. TV. V. Hlllyar. who wa appointed to thoCoidella In lHhl). and Llout. Goorce M. (iordon of the Itoynl Mnrlnes. WDownsappoltitod to the Cordelia In tho same lesr as Lieut, lllllynr. Tho men killed 1110 Gunner T.ansfo'd, Private Uarvall of the purines, the caman Hill, anil tho steward's boy Drown. Ihe names of the wounded nio: Jjooii.ardiers (ieuly, Armstrong: "-orceant Barber; Hcamon I eo. lilncs. Dicker. IIiiBtlncs. Bake', and Hnlllek: 1'rlvate of Murines Copmber, und MldhIllrnn Batoman-Chum-pain. i"Thecun wuli"!! burst was a s.x-lnch breech Older, from which lx rounds had nlrcndy leon tired. A ponlon of the poonwnsdu (royed by the forco of the exploslan.1' notiBiitLK sci:xks ix i-ahis. DrnsLrn, Rlotoua Crowila Aaaemtiln to Bee Mao nnd IVoniun Guillotined, I'AWs.July 23. Horrible scenes have boen witnessed durlnethe past week on nnd about tbo riaco de la Itoquette. the place where crim inals are beheaded by tho cuillotlne. Crowds otihe lowon of tho low have assembled thore Immf evenlm: and have pa3od the nlKht Msttly wnltlnc to witness the bohoadlntr of tu murderess Borland nnd her accomplice voit. On Saturday mornlnc. as nlroady Jbled, 1 '.arao crowd aatberod about tho lscfl9l itorjootte In expectation of seolns then crlmlanli beheaded, but the Kbatly w? " postponed on account of tho mar . 1 J'11.'80' tieeutloner I)albler'sson and assist- ki- tbe ilauulitor of n provincial eiectioner. )... tB!U time. Sunday tnornlnc oxcoptcd, '"Moyousand their consorts, as well lis a tei Miuinber of people of n bettor class, huvo nioered eaeii mornlnu about the prJon nnd JJJJMecutton place. slni:inu'. Bhmitinu. fit-lit-i?i' an'' lls,ni: obsoene and profane luncunce. i!?r IPorr'nc tho crowds were more riotous od othnrwiseiiiTenidvo than usual. The con ajquoncewas that Iho police wero compolled locnarge the crowds, making many ai rests J23.")P'X.U clearlnrthe alror the nolch oornooj, The sareotes, cafes, and othor pub 'l0,reorts of the nelshborhood hayo throusli ut the week been doing ,1 boomlns business a result of this blnodthlrityexpootauoy. and "Ben tho police had charged and clearod tho treetsttey had another aud oulto as lively n ;sk in cleurlnc out the most disorderly of ""a drinking places. Here, again, many arrests weio made, und druukoii.mnn and arlnk-soddeu women, yelling nnd nshtliig. were escorted to the pollco etatlons. soiling l,TiKT slr throutb which tbev pased by thu horrible language with which tbey prolauod It. Tke World1. Fair Commlaaloscra Intro. H duced to Lord tsatllabury. LoxDos, July 23,-MlnIster Lincoln, at the "reign Office to-day, Introducod the foreign IJommlMlonora of the Columbian Fair tOen. Bultem-ortb. Mr. I'. W. Tock, Major Mocb 1'. Iiandr, and A. T. Bullock) to I.oid Ballsbury. B IP" 1'ritlsh I'romlor etpiesced pleasure nt fneeting the Commissioners, und imiulied into H ine piospects for the completion 01 und prepa H rations lor the l.'litrnco fair. He added (lint H y01". rPnrls circulalod he had been led to Onubttbat areryining would be ready hi the a njipolnted lor the opening. In conclu- Vn tu, Bam that the Oucoi hod aesentodto the appointment of a Royal Commission to su pervise tbo British exhibit, adding that Urn nnmes ot the British Commissioners would soon he gnretted. .Kx-Congresiman Bulterworth. on behalf of Ihe united Htates Commissioner, returned thanks lor tlm prompt action of The Brltltli (internment In accepting the Initiation of the United Mates. Lord Salisbury Invited the United Rlatea Commissioners to altond n garden pnrty nt Hatllold House, where Lord Salisbury recently rutoitnlned thu hmperor ot Uermany, on bat unlay next. Kir George Chubb, dlroctorot the Naval Ex hibition, entertained the t'nlted State Com missioners at dinner lo-day at the Naval Inhibition. llnnlahed tn Siberia lor Hclllnc Pinna or Hie (,'ronludt llcTcncca. Rt, rr.TEnsiit'r.(i. July 23.-11 wai reportod In At.ril Inst that n naval Captain named Bcbmldt had been coudomnod and exocutod In secrot for soiling the plans of tho defences of Crnn stadt. It Is now officially announced that Capt. Sclnnldt has just boen scntouced to ban. Nlunent to Siberia. This len'oney, It Is ex plained. Is tluo to tho fact that the (lovern juent had ohlnlno I proof that dipt, tichmldt lind fallen Into thn hntids nt n fort- usurers, who Induced him to sell the plans to a Jew. Till Jnw.lt Is nil 'ged. ncted In aory tier.ch ernns mntiiiorwlth tho uufnrtiiiia n Caplnlu. a ho retained the ItIIm given Py the foreign power lilh Mrtunllv obtained poseslon of the Plans and then betroed Hchinldt for a re ward, to Ui'j l'.usjlan Oovornmeut. The Ii'lKli I.cnnne t'oiiTcnlton. Tib'nt.iN, July 23. Tho League Convention opened hoio to-day with a lai go attendance. Mr 1'iirnell. who was tho presiding officer, was warmly cheered, lleforrlnc to Mr. Balfour's promise, as outlined, of a local government b II for Iioland. Mr. I'arnell ald that he would join wlili Mr. Timothy llealrln making It as comprehensive ns polb!e. Tho Convontlon adopted a procrnmme. which iouludod mnuhood sufliaco. lami law rotorin. unit the reliistntemont of nvlcted tenants. In theconp-n ot the dehnto Mr. I'ar nell charged Iho Iloalvltes with ontlotv to tnkn olllee, nnd urged the Iifh luemOrrs of 1'nrllainent tn take the mod strict pledge not to iiccent nfllee until Iiolnnd h.id the most complete powers over her onn destinies. Rnslnn YTrlcome to Freneh Kqundron K1. I'l-TF.r.snuno, July 23. The Fronch B'luadron was welcomed to Cronstndt to-dny by eloieu csse1s of the llussian evolution njuadron and fifty other vessels crowded with spectator. The Grand Puke Aloxisniet tho 1'rcneh lsltoia on board thowarMilp Asia, while tho otllcin's ol tlio l'roccli i'.mbnssy. a dolosatlon from iho M.iv Socimy. headed by luriHtleTrllnvInntky, and .1 choir sinning odes of welcome nl-o ciooicd tho Irenuh vesoK liiihsl.ui military band played the "Mar -oil. lalse." aud thulrcnch sulluis responded with cheers. Opposed to nn American lnbIlrntton In Koine. BoMr..Tly23.-It Is slid on high authority that tho Holy Bee will not give lis consent to tbe projocted Amorlcnn review which it was announce.) was soon to apnenr at Itomo under tho titlo of tho Itowan Mrwngrr. Tho journal was to mako a special feature of nrtlelra solely dovoted 10 tho religious nuestlntm in the roiled fitatps. The pioinnlers of tbe onter PiNo are undaunted, hoveer. nnd continue t Heir Inbora with every belief in their ultimuto BUClOS. French Nnrttecta Ordered Trom TJnlmncedna IVulserH. London, July 21. It is stated hero that the Chilian cruiser I'resldento I'into,' ns showas about to lcaxe France, received an intimation that she must immediately land all tbo men onboard of her who wero French subjects. 'J lie commimder of tbe llalmacedun w.ir ves sel Is said tn he trying tn encage Italians tn loptuco tho Freucbmou who wero sont ashore. Emperor IVllHum Ooe. 'Whole ITunttntr. Cnr.isTtWH. July 23. Tho Kmpeior of Ger many has been out whnlo hunting, but ho did not meet with Biirces. Fpon his arrival to day n llnintnerfpst. too northernmost town of Norwai. tho Kmperor proceeded to iho island ot bLuo. Nntes or Foreign lltippenlniss. The bonltli or the llev. Charles II. Spurgeon ye'teiday showed a shade of Improvement. The membership of tho Order f tho Onrtor tnu-ie laciuit by ttie death of Enrl Ctranvillohas Loon conform 1 on tbe Lnrl of Cadogau. Thirteen moro skeletons have Peen found on board tho beached hull of tbo lll-tuied steamer V'opin. wrecked at Ulbrnltar. In addition 10 thu ulna recently found there. The Forlous lloods which have prevailed for some tiii'o tut in Xioraiu and Mlesln have enured enotmous damiige to Inrms nnd ciops. Bridges and routs bue boen swept aw uy. The Atdln l'alaen in Calm caught fire yes. teiday. In spite of Ihe ellorts made toobia n control ol the flames only 11 part of the build ing was saud. unhiding the reception hulis and harom. A dnspntch from Vichy says that Dom Tedro. late Kmperorol Uracil. Is niogtesslng townrd recovery from Ills recont Illness,, that tbo wound in bis font is c'm-lng, nnd that he is now able to leave his bed eiory day. Z. Largo credits have been assigned to tho dis trict of Zemstvns. In llussln. with tho nb ect of meeting to, nl dlstiess arising Irom the failure nf tho harvest. To further aid the impover ished pei pie. the time for the payment of isxcb bn beeii oxtended. mid public subscriptions for their rollet buvo been opened. Fresldont Cnrnot has Intimated thnt tho ricnehGovernmentwIll leturn tho Hags which wero captured by the Fronch troops during tho Crimean war from the ltu-stan church at ihiputorlu. n town nn the western enat of the Cilmca. and wld'b hno slnco Peon deposited In tbo Church of Notre Bnme In Paris. iij-f.ir iMMi.s Tiin.v? Denf Mutes' rusclniillnn for "W'ulUIng on Rnllrond Truck. "This one makes twenty-two deaf porsons that 1 have a lecord of who have been killed on railroad trnckssluco 1S71," nn old Krle lo comotl.o englnoor t-nul. after reading ihe ac count of llonvr J. Higbee. adeafmute, being ma ovornud klllod while walking on the rail road track nt Oloan, a few days ago. " Deal people and especially deal imiies, seem to have n fascination for walking on railroad Hacks, aud tboyinvarlnbly wall: on the track on which trains nre running iu tho same dlrec. tlon they aro walking. "Iu 1S74 I had beon running on nn engine ten years, and hud iiovor yet hud the misfor tune tn 1:111 any one. I was working for a New Jortoy lallroad. and ono day I sounded my nlaim t.lgnr.1 to warn a man off tho trucu, ns ho wa walking lelsuiely nlonc ahead of me nnd the train una di awing perilously ci03e to him. He paid no attention lo tho Meual, irid I gae it tn blm again, long, shut p. nnd loud. Ho kept right 011, and. as I was utiablo to Blop tLo train, ho was run oier and klllod. Ho was a well-known resident of Orange county, aud a deaf mute. A relative of his told mo that ho had many times nnnowly escaped being kille 1 whil" walking on tnllrond Hacks, nnd he seemed lohiivn an ineslsliblo pass. on for such Uaugorous instlmc. . . ,. ,, rVmiiollmnattirtlintl went on the I'enii (.ylvanle road and liiMdnnf a icar killed two men at dliliitoiittiiuo. while thuy weiewalk ing on the track. Ilothwoio deal and duml). In ls7d. during the Centennial. I killed two other deaf persons who nnd ihe fatal fascina tion for railroad iroel; pydestilanlsin. itien I began tn make a study of this nueer haldt Of the deaf, and kept a record of oil deaths of persons on inllrond tracks that camo tn iny lmtlce through tho newspapers If It was stated that the victims woro denf or deaf and dumb. I bnvo cases from all over tbo country, and this killing of JVnl .Mute Hlghoo nt Olenn iiinkcs thetwent-sccond. Thoy aio Inr.uliibly killed In the saiim way. , . , , , , "A ileal muto was never known to look back while walking, 011 n rnllrond traek, 11ml lin is cenorally discovered In places whero It Is nlmost an Impossibility to stop in tlino to save hlin. Th Mir brakes bno i-nved u good many denf inllroad podestrlans slnco they camo Into use. It Is aii old saying among ral -roadmen that n deaf and dumo toison will go two miles out nt his way tu walk oil a rail road track, and It Isn't fur from the tiuth. I would llku to have soino ono give i-orno oxpla nation of ilns strange plume of nflllclod liu mail nature. There is no doubt wh.toer of lis oxlstenco." School Jllrerlora Arcnaed or Hleallnc rsclinol Filllda, FOTTSVIU.K. Tn, July 23,-Tho fix school dlroctoia of Eaat Norwegian Townshlo-1M. ward X. Bterner, John Tobln. Michael 11. Dor mer, Thomas Cullen, l'ntrlek Bowline, nnd Michael Hattersby wero arrestod to-day on the chargo of btenllng the funds of the dlstrkt. It Is alleged that they Issued fraudulent orders to the amount 01 Jlfiu or t '.on and appioi rlated the cash: Unit thoy also lev.odon ihe le.iehers. junking them pov from $) to ,1 for tliolr nil. iioliitiiiiintn. besides a monthly portion of tlijdr talaiios: and thai Iu the case ;of Lls-zlo Hlg; gins. 0110 ol the teacher i. Ihe .mother of the girl was made 10 ray by one of thodlroc. tors to keep her daughter In lier place The directors gave 1300 ball Cft'-h lor their ai t esrance at court, -. iJ -. JTiTS SUAJirEXED XX THE STREETS. Tea Uenta Worth of Talk with 11 nine. Eyed Match red .Iter, "Matched" The volco had that peculiar nasal drawl characteristic ot thecommerclalchlldotlBiael. Its owner poorod Into the doorway ot a little ofllce on tho water's odgo down town and re peated tho cry, giving It nn Intel rogatory ro flecllon. Ho saw four young men sitting on stools In thomiddlouf tho ofllco. They were reporters. Boeing no ovldencesot hostility In tliolr aspect, tho little Doddler entered the room. Ho was n brond-biowod lad about 12 yoats old, with big blue eyes, lull ot tho light of speculation, and brown, curly hnlr. His trousers, which had many patches, evidently had not been 011 Intlmatotoims with tho too of his battoicd Mioes forsevoral lears. " Do you vnnt to pity somo matches'" Thore was not a trace of polllcnoss In his tone. HU confldonco wns almost nggrosslve. He had none ot tho suaUtyot tho successtul nicrcliant. Ills volco and manner wero those of n boy who h'nd fought Ids way unassisted to tho height bo had attained. Ho ndilro'oo I hi lniulry to all tho young men. One ot thorn sskeil, "llow much 1" "Tenventy lents a packnge; troventy potes In n package." "I'll buy 11 box on ono condition." Vnat'sthnt.'" That you'll stay bore and talk with mo n moment." " Veil, vnat'ltr talk nhout?" About yoursolf. How much money do you make a day?" ' Hoinedlmes n tollnr: somedlmes sovonty flfe cents: someillmosa tollnr and a hallul." ' How much do sou pay for your matches? Seiendeen routs." 'How iiiuoli do you sell them fori "Peevonty cents," "What piollt does that giro you?" Diok cents. If you pay mo teeventy-flfo conts 1 mnke eight ( onts." "How many bms nro In tho business?" " Moro poys as cusiomoi s a mlllloa. I tlnks." "Aro thoy all Hobrows;" " Yes." " Have you a llcenso to peddlo ?" " No." " What do you do whon a policeman catches you selling':" "He ask me. " Haf you a llconso?' 1 say. Matches' Mil von puy mutches?' Ho ask ng.iln. ' Voro's your liconsor' I sar, ' I sell you matches.' llo links I'm creouborn. and he says. 'Oct out, ou tammed Ignorant shoeney.' and 1 gets out." " llow long have you bean In this country ;" "l'i0 VOIllS," How locghavo you boen peddling;" ' Fjvo years." " hero dn you romefrom?" Outside ol Beilin." "How much do 1 owo you for this package?" "Tooveuly-llve cents." " That's flvo cents too much." 'No: 1 Rhnigoioit lite cents for the talk and Interriititlon 10 poezness," "Where do you sell most of your rmtehos?" In olllee plldlncs." "What do ton sell them for there?" "It n man looks rich 1 sell lorfeefty cents. If ho von't puy for that I sell lor forty, dlrtv. teevonty-llvo nulessln otllio pildlngs. Mills is a long l.ilk. 1 hiI you now for duty cents. Teoveniy In a package. "All right, I'll take this package. Good day." "Oooddav." Tho ronortor opened the package and found twolvc boxes. man coLons ix liorsi: vaixtixo Still VNetl.hut Quieter Color nre Resnrdcd tlth Increualnir l'nnr. "Every now and then." says a rosldent of a suburbinvlllnge. " a red wave strikes us and lull the hoiisos aro painted rod. With trim mings ot a darker shade ot tho same color or ot dark green, nnd witn rod or green blinds a rod house looks wo'.l and the color Is durable, but sooner or la'orpoople tiro of It, and then may come n yollow or n gray wave. A house painted jellow of tho right shade and with white trimmings prosont a pealng npjoar nnce. Just now tboro nre many houses so painted NnrlousBlmdes ot brown arualw.vs regarded with fnior. nnd bosidos thesosinnd ard colors ottieis thnt arc moro conspicip us nre used. A modern suburban village mny proent 0 great variety ol colors. borne houses that are shingled all oier aie lelt In the natur il color of iho wood to nc.iulre thnt shade ot gray whkh conies oniy from ao and exposure: tliero nro n tow houses will -h nro llnlshed outside with tongued and grooiod Georgia 1 ino put on hoi i.'O.itiilly : tbosinoo'h. Hat suriaco Is left of tho uatmnl color. A fow men have lately pilnted their hou.o white with green bliud. At tho present moment the rising wave Is gray. It appear in various sliados nnd with u variety 01 trimmings. Tho lighter shades or ctnr. with white trimmings nnd green blinds not too durk, piuduco ory agreeable otlecls. " Houses whi b nt n distance look like sec tions of rainbows may still 1 0 seen. Put these riotnu ohlbitlons of color nre deci easing in numhoriind the general iciidencr Is towaid greater simplicity, home men when thoy p tint n hoiio know what thoy want; somo expcii ment with two or thieeiolors or shades on ono end ot the house, nnd seloct the one thnt best plen'es them: some drive nbout in their own nnd in neighboring villages until thoy discover a house that suits ihem. and then tall in tho palntor and say they want their house to bu liko that .... "Tosslhly von think thatsom of your neigh bors have made rather nuoer selections ol ro'ors. and It may bo that tl ey reanrd your own choice as ode! : but there is no doubt that oiery man thinks his own color ure the best," JlAlin O.Y IK IISIIEIIMVX. A Trick of Conaclencelews lloya to Supply Ttiemseltert With 2ood Tackle. Tho majority of the men who fish along tho Hudson nre Indoir workmen, who prefer n day's outing ulong the rher to wasting their tlmo and money in saloons or pool rooms. As a class thoy aro tomiernte, and not given to profane l.mcunge. but jestnrdav, when ono ot tho regulars lost his wno! outllt. houtterod ns many cuss words in aniluutn nsdld tbo pro verbial trooper, for ho had accidentally cast into a thiol's trap, although ho knew boforo haud such things woro f ot In tho liver. A nuiubor of boys collect old iron hoops, wire, and othor old material that will not llnnt. nnd tie It nil together; along thin piece uf rope I is tied to Ihe bundle, nnd tax rubbish is sat out about tweuty-llve foot limn shore. One endot the co:d is socurod to 11 boulder ibut I easily reuched at low tide: to comploto tho trap two or thieo slpopcrs are piled on top of each othor 011 tho shoio to make it nppo.tr tn occasional visitors that tho 1 ocular. had mndo a comfortable scat whllo fishing nt that par ticular spot. The hirangor looks at llio spot, concludes that it must bo agoi'd pltve for Ilsliltig, dioia his t.askel. rigs up his lacklo, lights 11 plro or oignr. and casts mil: il.on ho Mis. down and waits lorn hlto. wlillo tho conspirators sit on the bank In thopuik v.-alclhii.- him. Hofcem a sudden tug ill tho lino and riolsiu; 10 the disgust of the boys ids I, no lias iinl caught lit their nap. lioenstfi out ugnln. but in iodine in till-, time bo is caught : asuddJii joik his lino breaks, and hi -rig is lost. Ho tigs up again, and again I 'Slug all his swivel, hook, sinkeis, leadors, nnd 1 nrl nl his lino, ho coos horaedls gustod. 'JI1011ioine.it liodlsatnouis the beys seraiubht down lo the rlviu. pull In thoi ti ftp. when lo! all tbeun oituunto Mshei nun s tackle is dlscovi'retl inngied In tho old wlros und hoops. It Is ilhl led up among the urchins. A fair estimate of tlm amount ot tackle thus lost between rinventv-Hith stre t aud bpuyten Did vll oaeli h.iturdav and hiindny during ilia fishing se.ihon Is put down trom $l."toj5. Wlion the regulars get oaught, honover. Mini mise, old Nick, drlie the bos uway, nnd break up tliolr imps. rivti ii:xi:i:amox!. The Ontennrlnti n the HenU of the IVclr Fumlly In n liny Rider, llnmcstcnri. In Boy I'.ldge, not far fioni tho Biookiyu city line, is 11 grouping ot llvogenoiailous. That in llbcll is-, perhaps, not leiniukable, but one inombrol Ihe group liaspassol the century marl: Iu tenia, ami nnother Has rachod tho nge of 80 j eai s, The Weir fumlly is well known, and Iu the Bay llidgo homos ond, surrounded by ovmy possible llornl beuiity, live Mrs. Bus sell, aged JIM tears: Mrs. James Weir. aged 81) veur and the sounger moiubers James Weir, Jr., F.benonrW'elrnndhlsllttlosnn. Lbencxer, Jr.. or " libblo." as the bill v I called. Mrs. Bubsoll Is extremely sonsltlve regard ing her age. hhe dislikes anything approaching puhllciiy of herself nnd ehuim nil stiangers who would seek hor'pioasnce. foellng far Irom complimented whon her rniiiiirknble nge Is I'Oiiim nled upon, Duly liilininte Irlenus and tho Imiiiodiate ininlly. 1110 meri ormlitod 10 seo her, bhe was born In Louilnii.l.nglaud, In lies, lior maiden name bo ng .Morris. About forty oue tears r.go llo fumlly came to America, and bei nine lesldonts uf Hay llldge. Thu ox iciiFiic green hnuss and giounds of the Weir family ure features of tbo place. Mrs, ltus.oll's falling Is doufness. Her oye slglit is etollont. her. goneral hoaltli nnd memory nre good, and she Is nvory sprightly old lady. The family guard and cheiish her toiidorlr. Until two yeais ngo she was a rogu lur attendant of the (iioenwuod Baptist Cliurch ntlourlli nveniio and Ultcentb street r-outli Brooklyn The Bible Is hoi favorite study, and slio is well verso I in Its teachings, quoting whole clniptera ot It. I'a'Hlnu ments, In dally Hie am no ei by luu with eonsldeinble Inter. el. -Mrs. l!u,sollnud Mr-. Weir oceeioualy mako faery poihlngs.for tho church fairs of the township, and their little urtlclos nro ' always highly pruod. POLLY GETS THE W KIR CUP. TUi: ATT.AXT1C YACHT Ct.Vn'S CliVtSE nixns vv at tiitEExrutir. The Tlsreaa Flnlahrk First, hut thn Itcnr Commodore Would Not Tnke 111 Own Cup-Only Four Vnchla In the Rnce. Gnr.r.xronT, July 23. The annual crulso of the Atlantic Yacht Club of Brooklyn ondod horu to-day with a special rioo of thirty-five-foot ynchts for a oup offered by Hoar Commo dore Jniiies W'clr, ownor of tho Lllsworth boat Tlgros. Poon after tho rnce was finished a meeting of Cnptnltis was called on board tho flagship Chlspa, and tho vnchlsmen formally voted to disband the ciulse. The lendczvous nt Whlteslono Inst Saturday began tho crulso, and Iho club has nover had n moro onjoyablo one. F.very plan has been suecossfully cnrilod out, und too much cannot lo said In praise of tho way the tilp has been mnnngod. In tho flrt place tho runs from pott lo poit woro not called raco. no ofllclal tlmo having beeu taken. Tho lachts go: underway oaeh morning nt plonsuro. nltor tho stnitlns flgnnl. and then all had a lino tlmo running It out, just ns a sport, nnd not as n business. 1 his crulso has taught tho club Iho value ot soiling enstly Irom pott to pott. Another tihnsi) which has boen brought forth Is lu tho person of Vlce-Commodoro DaId Banks or tho W'atorwltch, He Is well known In Now l'ork ns a club man nnd outhutlut on boating, but ho has blossomed out Into a tutl-llcdged ynchtsman. and hns set out to go for big game. Ills thins aie not jot matured, but Ylco-Coin-modoie Banks has to; oral schomes under way which will glvo tho Atlantic Yatch Club a big boom. Ho has entertained In flue buIo aboard tho W'nterwlteh. The Captains had a lino tlmo at tho l'ropcct House lni night. Tho hotel was given upon tlroly to the mon from tho bourn until atler midnight, I'imworks woio burned nnd muslo provided for dancing, so that altogether tho last night wns ono nf the pluasautcst. Four bouts startod In the raco to-day. Tho Tigress won first place, but tho prlzo went lo tho Folly, owned by T. L. Arnold, because tho Benr Cotnuiodoto had It distinctly understood before tho start thut ho would not of course tnko his own cup. Mr. Weir sailed his own bjut, and so did William WhltlocUof tho Kath leen nnd Tom Arnold nf tho Folly, but tho Luiyblawus incedbyFd Fish ot the Arab. The flagship l hlstm follpwod the racers under easy cunt us. Tho course was Irom an imaginary lino Irom rod buoy oft Chjntiot l'olnt to acht Waternltcli. t. Crow Bhonl luiov. and loturn. Yachts passed to the southw nrd of nil red buoys, and to thn northwaid ot all black buoys, rounding Crow f-honl buoy fiom Port to stsi board. The tldnvtas making Hood ut the Hurt, but soon mn ebb. As the four tnchts stalled, jlbtopsalls came Into use, ns tho wind tore ncrosi the starboard yuui ter until they luffed uroiind the buoy off Huy Deaoh polut. From hero lo the outer mark It wns a beat to windward on a freshening breoze that malo jllitupsails couio to the decks. The Kathloen was llrst away, with ihe 'llgress second. I'olly third, nnd Ltirr bia lu-t. Trie Kathleen bad billoou foie sall sot und bo"in oir to starboa d. tho wrong sldo. She oinsenuently had to gibe over und got tangled up, hor ciew being 0110 Mr. Wnltlotk picked up heio just before th- ruce. Tho yacht wa not han dled likosho was last oar. und It Is no wonder sho does not beem to hold up her reputation for speed. All things considered, lioweter. she suited n good race to-day, for Her competltois wore all :I3-looter, while she Is only in the :in foot cla-s. Tom Arnold did splendid work with the Folly. He 'beat iho 'digress lotheouter murk, ulmost ontlioly on bundling. The Kiirj bin. on the contrary, did not get n muto on to windward, although she sailed well on tlm tun nud reach bqino. The jnchts held lose to Shelter Island on tho way down to Hay Bench l'olnt buoy, llrst one getting aho.id nnd I ben the other. It was 11 tine exhibition of elcvoi work all the while they wero together. The Kathleen hold oil to Ibo westward for a tlmo, while the Tigress forged ahead, only to le blanketed and passed by the 1 iirilda. which. In turn, was checked by the hnthlien. the tbro llnully hugging each othor nboain with tho Kurrbia to wind ward, and only about luO foet from the shore. Then a VmIT skipped over ibo bank nnd sent tl 0 Tlgrcs nhead again, while the Kathleen lulled inslioro and took third I'lnee. with Eurybla in fourth olaco. In this order tbey lllod nround the llrst mark nud llaltcned shoets for the windward work. 'I ho Kathleen took in her balloon foresail, sot tiiii' a windward sail In lis place, und all enr 1 rled tho sumo salts working topsails nnd baby ilbtopsil! sol out over lower canvas. 'J ho Vollv hunted the Tigress fiom this point out. holding higher undor the sumo sails und foot lntr as fast. The Kathleen held a long starboard tack over 10 the. 1101 ih'uid. and wuschn-ed fo: some time by Hie Hurybia. Tho Tigress showed tl.e Foil) Iho way uo al nig tho I ong island shore, tho two hating it tack for ack. The I'olly llnally sticueedod in cutting through tho bo of the TUioss and diawlng ahead, but tho Tl geos 100k in her jlhtoi sail and then got abend aaln. boelng that he was rising, ground. .Mr. rnod took lu the l'ollj's jlbtop siill und then begnn to gain again. The sea wns smooth, but the wind wns piping out of Ibo enst-southeatt and tbo sacbis wore having a grand rave. Tho Kathleen finally came across nftertho two leaders und fell in n quarter of u mile iistornof them. "Iho Ihiryhiu kept on toward Fin m Out. last boat In tho race .1 he Kathleen lott her ibo fastest when her ilhtopsnll was In, nnd shn was allowod to Icok in fe wind's eyo. Just before tho oil or iiintk th Tigre-s wenth erod tho I'olly. but Sir. Arnold used tho bon judgment in tncklni: so ibat be shot tho Polly nb-. ut around tlm tiuoy to lotvnrd nud nhead of thoT.groiS. Tho limes wero: 11. v. . 1 n. w. n Polly I '':' Knllilf'n I f! 1!! Tkrul ... I S Minimi .. . 1 . Su Tho elapsed times going out to the wind ward mark wero: M V. .' II H. H VuVv . 1 -11 :t.i ICatt.tren., .... .1 i 4n llcrot I 41 .w Knrjiili. . ... i ai -,7 Sheets woro lifted for tho run In nnd splnnn l.ors Dollied out to p ut. The hailileen cmried n borr-iw.-d Hidnnakor and a balloon jlPtopsall. Tho run bnck to tlm I lav lleacb Foint buoy was without s eclal Incident. The Tigress forged ahead and incrensed lier lead steadily. The Kutlileon tell back somo tnwnril Ihe i.ury bia. 'J be onlcr of turning tbo buoy was: Ti gress, t boms 4i minutes ,"i socoiuIk: I'olly. 'J h mrs .Ml inliiiits .Ml seconds: Kathleen, 'i bours .11 minutes ;::! seconds. Tlio Ktirytda'a lime was not taken, tun she was going very fust, and on the closo rea-n homo tho Kath loen was ovottukon. The la'tei's lllitoisall seemed to jiuil her off so ihaltshe hud to mnke nn extra tuck to cross the Hue. The Fur) bin hoi In heforn her nnd tho Utile :iu.nntrr had to lie content with last plav. The following Is the losult of the raco: K'r.vtrH Sim1, rivlih Tint .V.imc. oi, nfr. ii, p. n. ii k. i, i. i Tlsrri, J. Wrlr. .'r i-oj o s i.l j uili.i I'lnlf .... i l AriiaM . M hi v.' : IT ni a is. -."i I'.urM.n i" I'rtrr.. . I.'OI'.I .1 ai ffl I ml 3, , hatliliea -.M MMtluik ....IJUOO :,u 3 27 .. jut: in: mux n.v.s .io.j.v,- Hot Old "VnlrhfMinen nre lloulttrtit Aliont Her Iti-nilne tbe Olotltn'i. Muiw.rjinir. July 23 There wns another glorious raco of tho -Fi-footers to-dny, and again tho Beatrix lod tho wav acioss the line. But it is a noticeable fact that t:io ya'ditsmou j ai o ip I a sanguluo to-night ns thoy wero atlor restorlaj's icco, All tho conditions to-day wero pel feci for n fair nnd S'lunro tost of tho sailing dualities of each boat, and It was just that fact that sot the skippers to thinking, nnd tho moro they thought tho moio ihoy wore inclinod to think thnt the Beatrix was no match for I o Uloilana attor nil. Shu has no o.iual In the F.isturn flcot, that Is cer tain. But tho Sayonara did so much bettor work to-dny and maio mch n material reduc tion iu tho BoiUiix's lead that tho losu.eoloied piopheciesof yoslotdiiyhato I eon called back, I and even Iho ownois ot the Bo.urlx ndmlt Hint j In all probability sho will bo un.ib'o lo copo succopsfully with tho HorroshclT flyei lu a stoady breeze, Yosteiday the Bontrlx boat tho Alboink nlno minutes eight eoconds. Iho withdrawal of tho Snyonarn left It n matter of speculation ns to what her tlmo would have bcou, but using the first ten mllos as a basis for calculation sho would not hnvo loon more than ilnxpo minutes nhrndof Ihe Alborak, That trnubl liniegiten Ihe Beatrix a loud ol about n,x minutes over the Sayouurn, and would hate put heron an ten footing with tho Olorlana. Jmt to-day tho Sayonara did sail over ilie course and wa beaten only four minutes four seconds. That knocks yostordat's speculation in the head. Ah the Alborak did not sail to-day II Is impos sible to mako a complete couipmlson ot tho woik of the three I oats. To-dny's raco was n special sweepstakes for the-tii-looters. miliar the aupics of the Co rinthian aeht Club. The wind was strong and steady from thu southeast, and beloru the race was over i hero was a boat y sea on. live boats stnited. namely lleiiirlx, Oweene, r-uv-onniu Mboiak and Gossoon, Tho (iossoon carried uviay itiu lack o her lib when two mhos fioiL the outer mark, .mil witlulrew from ' the race, but t-hewas a beaten bot nuywuy. I 'i'l e course ttvis twenty-four miles Tho llrst leg was to wlmlward, and tho other two woio I reaches Thu Uosso?n s id tho Alborak wero tho flrat, I I to nrn,B thft linn, but tho HomHt had tho bBt wlnuward pfwitinn, which tiulckly shoKftd in nor fnvor. Tho Hnvonarft wn iwo foci-nds bo hlntt lior. nnd thn Owoenc broncht un tho ronr Willi i a IiiifjitU'ap r.f UTouir-elirlu fioeonde. All the ho.iU cnir od clult tnpqfuls all dav. nnd nt ihoBtnrtall but tho Uoatrlt bad out JlbUm snllfi, Tho manrruvorlnc for roe Itlona botweon Iho thrwj prominent BklpporR on thothroo noted tiH'iB uoio very IntoicflUm-'. Haronnra nnd Inveeno had a llttlo orunh which rotultod In victory fonhoUwoono, hiki thon tho lteutrlx took a hand in tho fietimmnco. and crofnltiff thoOweeno'n bow Pho i.irkod on tho lattor's jvoather nuartor nnd kmt her tinder horleo for a whllo. Cant Crookor nvldoatW entiftld rod tho Oweane a tuoro datiorou' rival than tho Savonnra. Tho Ouemio footod a trine fH orthan tholortttix,butaIralionlnmTC070 cnnipoiieii nil tho boats but tho onasoon to tako in jlbtopsalls, and tho Uwien barely until hor own. Tho Iteatrlx allthlo tlm wan polntlntt closor Into tho wind thnn tho owono. and wiw whl rnlne tho windward dUtnnco botwton thorn, l hoso two boats woro on tho Marbonid tack nnd tho tSnronara vn on tho pmt tack. Another tack bv ouch of thni broiicht tbo Jleatrlx across tho Sayonara'a bow torty-IUo minutest attor tho f-tnrta and howod a marked Rnln nr tho I'oatrx. lint tho Hnynnarn bad Kn'nod on thrt Oueono. and ns soon hb bIio had croidtho Inltor'obfiwidiA put about ncnln and had Cart, Harr'n lnat Intho onnio position In whbdi tho lloatrix bnd hold hr. Thon tho lioiitrlx took tw.tshoi i tack ami tool; a kooi! berth to wlndwar I nf tho 8aonara nnd Owpeno. J'hit Owcpn.it inn fow mlntiU split tnckn and Mood out to Boa 10 tncklo tbo Uat tain. Tho HentrK continued to train on tbo Fay onnrn. ilur oxeollont wlndwaut woik acnlnst tlio rlmpnr poo wan ii cieat Biirprfou. liontlioboatft llunity beadod for tbo first mhrk tltnuwoeno woh cnlnlnuTory fiat, nnd imRsod tho Kuyonara juit boforo reaching tlm Jtiiry. T ho Unrbara bud ulo rioted up on tho loadrra, but tho Oooon bad beon dUahlod nnd drmipi'd out nf tho raco 'J bo tliuos arouud tho first mark woro as follows: II. l. P. M, IJeairU . .1 J 4 '-ntNrn?ifcr 12 Z at Owmii IJ M .T.lMArbar u At ft In flit beat to windward tho llentrlx bad cnlned M seconds on tho (wpot.o. 1 minute 4tt Boondnon thoSaonara. and lmlnutei4iiBcei(. on tho liarbarn. 'J ho latter bail made a bolter siiowlni; than cr bofnio. Tbo next leir waft n roach to thn Onnoi Wblstllnc Uuoy. and with bin HnllH nut rno boat hummed alone nn tho poittnek tinder tho Btoidllrlnerensimr breeze. Iho lteatrK irradutitly luiroanoil hor lend, but tlio i-ftvornra hunir cloe n-tvrn of tho Oacmic. Unlck tfn xa mndo, ai tho lollowinc llsurcs, taken at tho mark, hhow: , , , II V. t . V M l. rlT I 40 V!FMn!!aril 1 4 '24 ut l 4i af nrlnr t H7 :.j Tlu Ilen'rK lied covered thn ofcht miles In fil tnftiU'os IS J hoennds nnd had cainod 1 niiniito u seconds en tho Ouoono. 1 mmuto 'Jl BecomtH on tho hnyonarn, and 'J minuttn 'J reootds cn thn Ibnbma. Th- Out-eno hud cMned only 21 socoinKon the Haynnarn. Tho racy homo on tho third low fom.d tho relntto pwHltlonaor tho yachts uncl.nncod. Iho fol lowiuc U tho sumuiury of tho rato: A in it Start, Finish. Hmf. . , n. it. ii . . it m. . P'ttrts u in 231 ti asu.n ni ii to n.i.'i( J : MMiUa. tl lu S3MI a -Jl Hi MarLara n 10 U 40 02 i M W Tinchtlno: ;oini, Ihe itnop Alberta and the catboAt V.Utn . of Ilia lcrUTlll cht Iu' iiftv) retiinipil to Ui lnooritiiia after ttiree woei' trip u the r-ojiiJ. i! tr Ni n , atulr J.-Ttif Itlonlnir yacht, aro in choreil tie re Utu Atalatita, ltic X i itr, Jletn Jea tic. 1'uriia. tanettn, umioiR, ana Islon PUiierHnbert Tate i lunr'nt work dralanlnu a a I. fool rtuboat fur tieu ienon He pecta t lwr the raring colura f tho Jetie nm utaaon wtih lilt dh craft. Hmtov, July 23 The yacht Volunteer, wldrh has lti lenirtrit ued a:i I trttiihforioeil fniai a t-lnop to loour. was launched at i-ouU Uoiioi, at midnli.'ht lait ntcliU To morrow will be a trnta d for the ihcmb'M of tho llnrieiu taelitChib. iuy ul Imld ilieir nrat ladua cay of ibo simmhi. a number of the 1 tia1 with ladies at tha tiller will race o'.er tbo dub a couraa at Colleno Joint The aaventhnnrn fall riratta of the Vorkvllle Yacht flub will take fWeoti Muuday. hept. m2. Tlia itaamer t rvrjini Strei'in ba hern cburterea an 1 will at cumpitiv the j nub's urcr the course from the ciub hou&e to Ountf Wail Jiuoy, Serretnry Wlllltm IMtrclo of ttia Yorkvtlle Yacht Club iabutiilliiirA.'.'fuiHal'iioii with tu-intrntlou i.f detrai. ttnc il.ii(ruikrai'iiitrn!ofp.-o(liio l.tmniv Mie will be lauiichfd hrtly. n I will make br llrst ttpprarauce at ilie .orvl.la .achtClub fail reRaita A new acht lnti baa 1 eeu orjatded. which witt makeltx heltinnrtrrt aid anctmraaie at onV. 1'oiiit, on tiie found. It i Irtkin.TMi as the (Jak rolui acbt i inu (-uii-en yachts hae alreailv been enrolel, aiuoiu u inch arc auiiio hi the ie11rit mall bout on lbr n.und Hie clilh has iruo-1 aicluirrtgf a lllie cluh liouie, and pleasant grounja. within eusy atceea uf the Lltf. ThcorkUlle acbt lull wll hold a club race on Sun lav Inetttantriirstiitial mil boittren at u..u A. .M Ptitrp The itmrie vtil tetr-tm tlf-ir club hni t tbi'fuoiof I ii.i nr.'ii Htroet ti the tihiitrn ay Itiioy and return t oimiiodore i.eoriri Wruht 'f the VorLvilU acfitOluU will atnrt on n two weeks' crnUr, in iu haindKome cat boat i roeuk immediately after the race. A lace for the chiintdonhtp iiennant of tbe Manhat tan t-ialiliikti lub will bu aaiitj on .umUy over a tri aiuularcoune In iront if the c'ub biu-e a I'.patunt 1'iaui'. .n I li foiluwiiiB acuta will ronipete Mnop U.le, Capt i ojpcrH. rtlfiop i omrade. Cant. Ha; Iueriy and catboit Joejilnne. t ant. Mul lean J o, iHpt. Abbb,. and tbe it U.. t apt. Held a collation will be ipreal at tl e nub t.muc. twn.. N. V.. July "K T'ie acbt rare her to-day l.i dlappiuMuiit. 'Ineroina apanklnz braee nut i for icme teah'iii the hi; rnna itan t tat did n t cntrr. and the only competitor tba Vama. oiuecoi iamc yr.iht had wm tbe Laira it iini;iton. Ibrraieianot fiiihhf d but tbe ama l far ahe'l. In tl e .it f mt rlara the taii dray vT i ueco l Irad'riT all loninetitora aud Mill ulti, Tho lmali of Itamlttnu was tllaahied j an I objured to retire Ihe i auaiiana wi Fhurbtiy trtitnl at a bill then lu h'nor ot tb vuitara lai: nt ah t and thix la thtt on )' reaion why tbey refuted to cuter Ihe rate I'mt ArnniiA. Julv CH At nnon today the new team jAi'lit I towaiiA pilled from lier wharf lu tbe JNratie A I ev,'blard for a three ye ir in Ke around the unrld. The L'toim hi bcn In course of con aiructio'i for tb pn-t jmr. an I wan built lor , . Durnnt & retired v York iiilillom r. 1 r Durartn Ue mni blldren will aci oitipnn htin n the irifi 'I lie boat will rt ii'np jt NeM ork ntul ur Harbor, nnd illlil'l adkn to Ainerirau almria atiout the nnt of rcnteinbr. Pnrtnir trie tour atojm will he mide at Pfinif of ti innt unfrq .enfd apot fti the wrld. Catt 0 tiatilin. who haa tia.ei.ed tuuny times around the m ortd, win be in command. J.O.Vfl ISL.iXn ATHLETES MEET. Hood Work by tlis lilt T.encue of T.ons ImIuiuI t'lllllH. A special meetlnccf tl e Liti Island Amatenr Ath letic 1 tairne wm held at the t'ulon Alh etic Clubhoie, 1 ulton and i'lneapple ureet. Itrookhu. last iilfbi. Jean J. Tartter, L'nlon Athlet o t'lub. ai rtioien bt retarv lu ji'afo of (.eorse . ANood. reit'itiied. Tbe ItfMiLlyii o hik Men' t 1 rlstlan AbKoelatton, Kluui Cuiiniy Vheeimn, and rterliin? Athlet c Ciub of Gren i( rt were elrcie 1 lo inenil eraiilp heerti aineiilnieniati U coimtltution were adopted. Arran-'viurii a wr the'j uui,iViil fnr tin lint airui i uld tneetlntr of the League u hub will be hebl at Ua'iint"n furk. Httli iiieuue atu t-0 irili ulret, llro tklt h "'ii aturduj, Amr, -J. the avbleiio lommtltee wa reoririnlred ai forona M A CimiiiiV Atom A A i halr'ii tn. Jorm Deiiaiiiccr, Klii.r t ojniy W heeimen, (' .1 lare" Mnr a. i'., m. a Mu'e), l'rotpect Ifarnrr'i W r- Ih-uih itanbnlta How i rib, c K IteuM t'rookhn llantblrr. Hmry Helrolr I.aurel Athlellu flub, liatile J ros. lirlgbtun AtbUtic t luu (ienrsu A bumeli. Merlin a. ('. , I liirfiice i ommiitee T. K Ilauxlu rat. Amity K. A ; A J. m-n l. l'rintvra' A A., Ibotnax Iiirtieit I'jI meitfi K A ; F. I ii.Mieron. htftf A . C Uallett. l mnioiiv 1'. 1 ori-i-eenih liecirent ('. ( iiuiilttee on iliiaHiu 1 K finltb Hrnoklyu Y. V I.' a .1. t.Mrkiwol.AtiUiiriB A. . A ; ,l. ,l liKou. .lr, t'niiipihy . l irtj Htfiemli I eklmnt. h M Crja ler, Alueiltan . A , Adam Irwin, tireeiiHuol V A tlm II.ilI A V 1 1 1 VUc't Anv Mik'i. Jnerh Ha'.l. a .North of Imelan) inau. ho lint in Ai the I'luo'.ljn lueu nerp itou tooccnioin nt jitct.l . rjuoit, It air leu to ut li. tifttle nraln i;a nit any Biiu lu HioolWn um profesiea lo be an expert At ihe train tu n Uiler lo Tiir hi'N Halt a)ij "I ),ao reen It ftatcd In Tn;; iv that Hrook.)" i the mnv of 10'ne c'.ecr quoit ,luher If that ii tn, I will inaVo an offer ihtit oi.e'tt to trim: nn of them t'Mhi friMit. I will pitpii any rnnn In I.roi.kijn a uminr il po'iit un fur ?-"" a ui .ml wi.i .4iittkK tn,Mit - taili I unrt tilt br lh ft'bi in.' ion l.tiou The diMinc ! hi ii ii yard rlav etui. :, mill I in", ouv am kieri in mark ttuniu l otit)dlu wciibt an 1 1 ot to rxi ml liikhia In hu ho e. ruik'i r-to c unit i r not an I .iium to b uwti'u lor choice oi ufiun t I mil te prep.iifii to ilint h u inntCii ai aiiy mn I ciwcmi tije I our ol wii 1 M 1' M al T. I' Miiliirn, comer u 'aiinuii and Hrooin ureot. ibl city " Ihe teierau loin lU'nhurt tpenti of hi laleauc cenea " 1 uipne !' noit a.ud he. i ei'a'ue I l..ta outnltrhed tbe oturr limn I'm nup'y an eterdar llither hoMer ai I don't vma tuikc't up to im a tbampl"n. Hut thtre iboio thhiff. I will do audlhatu topitth any in.iii 1 don t c trt v. ho be n, an 9u r?n .ild uniit with aevtn point I iju it niiolniaup fi.r un able, ut Itkl. iib r tk not 'un lay ATtc rno m, 1 hihiM mako li Tl'i n iid ir I cmild iiitord It A imiiLh a trrauiro 1 jckifrday I iii John Vp. rriaiil the i hampl in or Ni v ork Jiud l'r ''ki n an I i .Uioe bnniel). the enck idti litrnf t ie alVn In ( f I edrk f rt.''i,iMin ill- malt h m Inke : Ui-c at i in' I i a I bau' i'.k, -nmii i rft I. n next MitoUr j jfurro n lnnrdv n- .nd to I e iic ui tbe mult prom UiiUjti lt dtrt e a in Hi rnnuiry lu tjlkliu with a r rrpoiiri )eaterdav llct'arlniid aid ' Ibcje t'lialitiijTta from infrrlor ila)'er I iieme i an1 aboiii, IU t J ten on Mint I will do If Tom I'ew buret, .lohn Mfrrock or ioi n iloldthorpenf Antuna 1 lit i k t rv ran pitin me 1 will play ettner of them a in ocli for 0- oi .n a fide, and I will allow ibrm h poluta in a irim ot M and tliey can tttch wit i any wrljlitof i it !' rhooe 1 hope uoiueuf thuia will coma tu time aud mop blow inc.' No 0rord-lIrvar1 Iture TUIa Year, II htun, .tulr'Ji Tho coble dea, atsh of several Jnyi ago f tut ni lh.it Ox ord hat rhatlriiara llrrvard io a brat race to ta!e p ace n t Mpteiuhr reniami uh ,rt without oHlclal erlilcatton Tho chattel sen thut fir pubiUhel are unauthoritative ('apt. I'erklna loowi nothlui; of cxcfhalle nve, ar, 1 1 palut a dreamr sum mer at WuzMkfi lli iriluer Adfiin i;oe )Ai-iniu every diy 1 erlebeAl. and liA4 fortrotirii that he a I cuiiiiecie I MfAihecriineou crew, ao utifliturbed are th ntalrof IL vlctortoiarlfbu by iieclalralt or He ui.lvtriiy the Harvard rrew cannot heioUaie a cballeiik'e with any otln r univer a'tv except tl r mgli Ilia athletic cuiniuitlef. mf, White of Mi! U'dy !) a jetreiri ed uu announce men of an Oder I i'hllinfo from anr rellab a a uri haul rlror let CnauiitUin of liar.unl ritnrv there wi i,i fci iixfr rl Harvurd rae tl l er In tl e ' t rt iit the men tre w bletv ki att red at ihelr u itnea , in uri u Mu i-l 1 1 u tiiton an t I tnt di-p rant thry Iiai0 bteu wltboit tralmi c b td Now l.f-n I d(niitoi In the Jcoid rla e t e t halle n.'r n u it bat appeirtd lit lb iiewppfr are iinautheutio (.apu l'ikin has beard nothing from tutorrt m eentf llarard ahould be challenged the would n"t row Tt e t rewa are too inttcb t ut ofprartlee and It Ii too lata lu th e aaon tnget Into proper condition again, .No, ibcrc a UlLtMUarard Oxford rftcc tLljjcar." xiortE rnovnte own lacrosse. The A, A.I'. Plnecil In Itnthrr nn I'nfnTor. ulilr rltloii, Tho war liotwepn thn NowYoik nml Stntpn Ulaml Athlntli! clubiwai roojimo I joilprJny anil iromlp to wnco lltrcor tlmn oer lipfoii'. I Tho llnmlr. mucit to tliolr tllimnv. luno liren uliiit out ot the Amnlour Athletlo Union l.ncroii-o I.aiiruo on n loolinlonlllv. It anponrt thut iirsvlout, ti tlio tlmo tbo A, O. Mills roorciinir.ntlon scliomo Mft mlontsil by tho A. A. t. 1'. tt. Jiinnsen couco.voJ Iho liloi ol n Niitlonnl l.nero.a I.rncuo, nnil ho Wi.s npi.olnloil I'linlrninn ot n lncrofo comiiiltleo miJ illr.M toil to work un the sohomo. Tho Hint I'tilrr lin rocolvoil was fiom tils onn club, the Mnton ldliimlcr. "iVhon tho rcorfinnl?iitlon oimi-, Wllllnm 11. Ctirtls wh iippi Inlnd ("halrmnn of tlm conmllloo. and all .liinBicn's tuners woro tunipil oor to lilm.inclntlini: thu Union lnl.it.ilors' anpll ntlmi tor inomkoiHlilii to tho l.oacuo. AuDllcutlon wni Hist made by tho Ulixudora In l''ol.ruary la-t. but in on!ei tu innkn suro they wroto to Jamts II. bulll an. fcoi'iomrr ot tlio A. A. l' bcpm1 months nco. und rnialn fllfd a blank. Ilaroplleil tlitt Iho miplli'ittloi mut bo sent to Ciittii. John Moilnln. tho IMnmlai' roprosantatlvo, thon formally ap pllod to L'uitla. Notlilnc moro was thouclit of tlio ninttoi. It bclna Imau'lnoil llinf nToiytli'm: was all rluht. '1 hluc- woro not all rlchl imw over, for Aid lulu was stnrilinl lololda by reosMnir a lotor fiom i iiiiik infoi iinnu litm that, us lin hail iit'irlcplcd tn mil -o tho on tiaiuo loo ol fJi'. his club li.ul loan ilobnrrod Irom nionilior-hlii. A moiiibond ilioSlalon Ula d Alhlotlo Club aald last nlBlif "TIiIk l Mmnlv a domro to tot SMiiari'. Tlio Idea nt sliuttlnu ua mil i n l-ii t , I. nnd llio cauan is appiiront on ibo fa o nt tho in .it tor. Why, this moio will l-mo only th- .Now iork A. C. and Athlotii- Club of tho Sc'ImylUIII .Navr In thn loau'iiv, nnd Iho ohnninlnnshlp will. In fm t. r.ot I o a ohninpinn ship. Wo woro not tiotlflt.il about our do llimusnoy, If llicro nnt any, n.ihutiitli tln-ro ins ninnle tliua. and. ot course, wu would lmv) mado L-ood the too. ' I thlnk.lt l a nrotty tuonn plecoof busln"FS. The msiom on which nthlolioclub aio con-ilucti-u do-s not mate oui rojoctlmi ,oii slKtont. hcnroB of enlrlos nro noi'ontod to chnmplonBhlti pvouls. nnd ontninro ties aro noor iiiontlouoil, A nuiubor nt liul h nie. 1 lime no doubi, dollimuoitt fur ontmina loos, but tbov lmo noviT boon Irontod lu tnli man nor. It Is tlii' custom always for Us tn hend In npn'h'altons and thon solid In tho bills to the audltiim cominitti-e of our cluh. wlih'h will pns upon til m. nud thon turn them nierto Iho Tronsuior lorimnnont. This lipuuently ri'MiltK in doln)s of nnn or two months, hut It l a I'oininon I'ouirenco.HtiiliMi haionoVfTLeen tr'nteiilikolhlsbofoio. Cnmlnii ns it di ot altor wu hmo ondonvori'd tnliaio the r.ast-rn A--soclntlnn iidiull tho .Now Yolks and resloio hniuiouy, I think tho nme is HI ndvisod." A mj' reporlor rnlloil at the olllon of William II Curtis, but he did not euro to dlsous tho matter. Tlin Fltzslmuiuiit.llntl Mill. St. Pin.. July 23. Tho four companies of tho rirstlli'clment, Stnto Nntlonnl Guaid, who were oidoiod out by tho Governor jeBterday tonroientthe Amphltheotro from belnuusod for tbe flcbt.voro withdrawn nt 3 o'clock thU lip'tnii'i;. ttildiuniors hnvo flllod thu air that tlm llcht was lo I o pullod off lu ho'itli M I'.iul. tlio men to battln for tho ta.0 10 which the club forfeits to thorn. J hero Is no foundation for the rumor Crowds of disunited mon from nil par's ot tho country aro leinlnc on tho day trains. Tho nonjuror of thoMlnnosotaAthlot'cCliib. whoso otllco is nt iho llynn Ilotol. wns busy all day refun ln tbo money raid for tlio $1.1 seats nnd boos. 'J ho linn ot tlokot holders is throo abreast aud reaches cloar ncroie the Hpuciuus rotunda ol the hotel. A Now Plnjrr for tlio Ilrookljn Cluh. Boston, July 2.1. I'rosldent IJyrno to-nlRht slcned John J. O'JIrlon, tho sooond bnsoman of the l'ortlnnd Club to rlay In Ilrooklyn lllllnc Collins' plnoo. Capt. Ward hoard vory fniora bio lei oris of O'lirion's ability, nnd urcedhls immodlnto ointilovment. Ho will play In Urooklyn on Saturday. OX THE TEXX1S CO V It IS. Tho Hoiltliiimptnn Toiirnnnicnt. FoLTiMirrni, July 23 The Lonjr laland tourney wai faiorfil wltltauothcr Koot day. and ilia play was pro k'rral ilown lo the flna'a. V. 11. Hall will j,:.n ForJ lluntlnirton forllrit tirUa and the rtiainpioniblii of I ornt Iilawa. The cliaticci ar In the formr'a lavor. ramDbell and lluuttnctoti uil. meet the Hull tirottirra lillhaniiala or tho doublet and thoiildwin The play today wai cloie nnd eicitlnc. nnd vat ulmeaed by a larjje n inibir ut ipeciatort The older Hall defeated tih brother ty supfriurn'eaillneit and tiaylnn puirart Th Torrance brolhTa d'Telnpeil unexpected lroiiuth and defeated I'cal and Metenn The viuiora afterward tfiftk one, eel from i ampbell and huntlnictim In a match In Mitch ihu lutter p-ilr were tn erv pour lorra and inUed many inexcuiaole aliott. Ajipcnded are there eulti: Men's filntlei Semi final lound: Valentine n. Hall heat 1- I. Hall 7- .i n. t i Men a l)0'ibia-'-et'i.nd round: A Torrance ant 11. Inrr.ince be u A. W l'oit and it. -Ipien, ' I , 4. Mint flnnl Itniuid It. I iiuntlnirtou and O S Camp, bell beat A. Torrance anl II. lorrai ce. 4. :t 1. tl i, I. ii llali and h U Hail beal W. Iw. rosier and Kurd Huntington, 73. p t. On the Courts nt Hnronna, rinj in tlio annual prire handicap membra' tourna ment of Ihe litrzen Point Laon Ttmili rhih wu it tut led yesterday at Pa) onne. The retuttt n-tre: 1 adlt' blnclei. Suppltnientary round for Second Prize Mill Minnie Eouthard (fftcond clai&) Cefe&ted Mlta Adele Koulliurd decond c'ukt) by III to n, Gintlanicna Doublea. tint rtoundi K.mnd II. ft. I.tr ln;mon DaTiianl Henry fcouthatd decond cli) hint rhnrtet J hpencer and John Tarel decond clai) by 13 to 7. Second Itoundi Hound A. t-ydner 1 Smifi and Thar ei C. Wheeler diral chiMi dtteatel .lonn (' Haywood and llerix-rl Vourliata (third t It'll by ntos. the liiluir pair had a handlrup Allotvanco of plmiu. teen pnliiii on eier od i jrame ami inlniii tidrty points nn every eten ctiue Koun.l It. N l.Uii'Cliiil bsvis ai d Henry r.niittiar I (second i lii drew a bje fieiulenien IliK ea econ I Kwindi Koiiud A, Stit iiev 1. Muttii itrst Llas) won from Henry Uouthaid (llrst rlss'l by t.llox. This tfternoon the ptal lu the final round at ventle nten dojb will be between s, iiu.toti paTIs an I lieury houthsrd (' ml r'-i.e) and Mdnay U hmph and i l arles i' wheeler (niftctihii The llilrd rott i I at icvntie.iieii's slucles w lb lio I el een Sydne) U bil.lth (drstc h Ji.d Ambrose Packard .ttitrd classi. tVhrcllos (Juanlp, George 5. M'.itr, the nttr riiairmin of the r, A. W Itftclnn Hoard was In town on Monday un uts tray to UranluMon from the Detroit meet. II e i)ust.r city Wheelman nf I'hl'adolptila will hold a rare meet at the ball tromidi on Ai r. til. raul i.roschnf iho o-anite Whee'inen Is luacthe traiulna for his r'u i team rnce on atii'da) nem. The Wits iherUeii Wheelmen hae ele.-iel the fo low. Itu-n.llcern lur Hie enni pp jejir l'reijM,t. A McCiiii. Aliey ii e I'risiileiil K P l',rl heerelary an I Ir-nsurer r. Iliwer opt ut. V II Wa'eli, I, emeu ai t . w W 'ill ler a id ! tlunarl. Ihe Ueit.sh'-t'ktiti TMieelu.eu will inme into neir tpisrirs mi Amr I lbe nvi tiu' .issetnh v meetlnir of the I, a W, at Jlftr.fi r I mi e;t. et "II. be .tu exiltiiu'ifatheriiiff. Ite lily for the Next ltl t'tttior trt, II I. Mitrph's ranoe triisna p'o1 seteral rrieiat the I aster 1'lvlslim meet last ju'iuth, uu I "I ttrpliy ea)s I e Is lu for iilood Paul Ilutlrs fee prored lurself In h a liter at the joiurrahOi. reira'ta .f .iltlll ..', and "III he e.tl.i d lu the riifeeatlh Bocialllll lure'. I If II 1. i,uilrl. re'.nii der hi" I'eis.on anl tnt,et t I'll, to Hut A.pO. lallllll llltlt Hi' "Il le ijeil.l'lll "It It.' e hi a ici'e. in tbe t i atli lm il;i ,f .." V" 1. n) rrcn "fiu:i iiidu te. t'our o t I'd'is fiom lrentott are no nt I, tl i Ho ,'. u n, ulie'e the) i' I I i"iiii(i inr fi in'ebt 11, a I nt y IJUle I IIP Hie I'e'H 'ir.' t I 'l-lull, llli t tltflli e liy i he i- rrm and I ".e Cant 1 1 I tike ilu a ,nti,'. Ihiywiil letur t on r the utiim rontu. Arra i.ciiieiiln have t ten nud' tlh the'ev'torl. i Cen'rnl Kunr-iad i m tanv m tr.uie -nrt h i'.tn e ' I ffi.in the 1,1 b'Lerl m l.er i aui I'l lb llnue t , Hi, lueet . ! at I aio I'hsiilli'altt rreei.f i arire IbH i ,i,i.. fill be In.tled fur .iiiktra "here tie V i' t' boa s t.l 1 be lakrn .tni tlie key tie it. el In the t am, .is ) I lh Pari, Is nnd fan a it nrls'in t ( irtnin't are i I its. tllu'a ne i lub h.t te and i in 'u n 'Mil i r .t i I t.eulel All tile 1 ,111 ie i . Ilii ii' Ir. Iitnii r ( ently V lit I bined tinder the ii.ttni if the i ti le him! I'.iui.e I Atrial I it ml Hid piili'ltn-e-1 an w I'l-l iiliimt Mi ,S it s'niit triiui the i Itv Ii i I' ind i' iiImI . an.. ni thirty aClt. tf liitld. Ill nil eh t lere .s eACtl , nt elm Hi,!-:, i Tl e meet nf th American uu e Ltiicinti in i.pens ' , I UA tn about liu vti e. ill d i a ml.'. ur. .,t ffi ri. .1) i i luir lb" I'lilshini. t"ui bes in heir I nil. and e ills lhr. I Is un itnnl.t b il lli.it this II eel " 'I! .e i, I , u. i,t.. ., siicre-s a far It r.ioiinr ifo,, Inr nil Hie lrs r ir.i'u i r nn es I I I e nn hand .evir urL an I ilci ill) " III sen I tnanl c in'jia. I in tl.e ben nl tl ese iat be iiiiiiiut J 1 up fruiti tui ittiue retaiins he d thts.e unii Oillta mill Jiiile ill' Si')q, Tilt lonif e ect t roe lur r ntest betvi, en I'l'lUeln l SI ertnr I. " Mi'l ailililin an I I i pi e lusnf. Jam,.',. ' I lithe nf II o l'l) li. " Ii Ii . li 1 I jiav, I ,, 'ii dei .'led ill I thu IUI t.l.ltt "t-ts i ii'iir i nlle ,i ,i, m,t rn'ne n I lu i' tn I.' dia'ip Uli'in. b' nl tbo . i lei. I. .if the r nl 'iil.'iKti ' nib men initi . e. i. hi .,tur tra i In ' rnr i e , n,e'.- i .1 ji i '- 1 i. I r wti ttitmia' lesc e. in e t h n., t 'i ' . i .btir'in el art tn I li "li I. I' nl li " ' I s'b e li.'t ii ifl'i'' slbernrlbetiti.il Hi brn.e !"" lu i .iinlu ant hai refuel tiiexti'.s b.s iiniuiieut 'n, d. In r ' s lm. In Ibe el spe nf 1 eaM we s bv uieetli-i; in. etue Iv I and "il VtO'itne I I Oi ce litpe inr lie t'ie has I len in In.- fi r t "r i ree yir. iu i.n b ii,iii' llnlie lolhetiraull He say.levlll nun. 'no u,uhe eiluru I llicro Vralrrdnt'a I'lrra Were, A t a !. 2ii I.iiiieh ureet, irmV sairpra. lainat sllltl.t 1 e, '. I n nl' sll.et, I'ain llerii'lrilt i mid nihirs. datii'je to In. ,iu.' ; n ". t lunntiire if' ' u. I P M I l' -71 last lints' in I'rert I'a.auder ilnrk'siftilti uaiiisir Uu i u n Kat llr'ialuar i .lattKe i'ifsnlil 'liintxe el it i 7 i". i V7 Moth are i Hue Ibrle it, Kr datua.'a E-i'i n i Si I l est Tnenir I tiilrl elrel I II. I li ckeli A Mb Itid lu.' wunt, .,rj 1 Milium lowel. laUnet sinip, itsmse IJust ,v 2'iprlnt sliti t Var) iwetter dainaje fl 3. 7 mid I 77 Caubvu meet, Ucori't litis, daiutso mslit. HE31XEY WORSTED AT CHESS. j , U JJ5' tj ; hH The N'w VorU Clnh r.npert Hualnlna nia )j i ffo, fli't Iolont. j I Jlji HsivKiTEU's. July 2?. Tho special featur 'j ' a-jr In tho Now York cho'S tournament lO'dav was j 'ftj; , thculofontofthefavoiltc. Komnoy.n' thotinndi J fflltfi tif llodcoa, iho Sta'on Island chnmnion. It 'i J i wns Kemuov's first dofcat, Dolmnrnnd I'olloclt ' failW, I nicnln fntiuht haid lor euiiioinnoy. Italn fell 'j l.'fll'i hontily thtouchniit Iho day, and ovoryborlr j Wat i fiosiiiod lo bo dl-nppolntoil but tlio che , 4u' cr.iiikfi. Thev lilacoil thomaolvos nt Uieohoek- j JS,;S; B i r-bonrd. and plnyod nnd plated. Tho remits .) li rt J: of to-dny sitmnos woro J i!B R bITII llMUf. or THK ilVTCII. ' fi 4 f t unrm. ( !ji. h pstisr. rottoct. I itiiiii. rottori. i ifltl' I llfnv llltlclc. IH'te. Htlut. ! Wit i t'-ii i r-u a r-k j r-ns J is? uki-Kiin Kt-t; m nhi-si Kt-Kt.t d II Bar nii-his r-g na kou-o-j Kt-oo If J fife 4 11-11 Kl II. I .'tl 0-113 HsKt i, ls",vlt .' I'astlet ll-KJ llJItsll Kt-K4 HI'SjH tl P-O 1 Vf 11111-114 O-R.l ii''H 7 r-S i ki-k a at ii -on 5i-gt Hlilfl H Kt 1 1' C.islles S-'ltvP u-i:t4 la Stir n ii-K M-n 4 tan K 3 i:-K I'liJ III II s Kt tl' B '37 11 st ! U-KM S'MW' ii minutes t.1 iiilt.tiles ."H u-un 0-H4 St," IIM-ulU Kl-k J Itll ll-Kt S K-K Kt B SB' III Kt It . H -e. I I 4UI 14 KI-K4 , I ifSI l.t u kt 4 Kt-g.'i ih mtnln M minutaa llriarii It II , II IUM 41 It X Kt I'm IliStal r, t)-r. I r n.i .'(j-it:i uii-j-Kta ' iC'ltSrV 11! PS I' I'll' 41 K-kt u-ktsak ' 'i'atn. Kii-li'i it-ii j 4111-gn g-Kt.ion , 1911. iHult-g r ii i 4 K-ft q-ku if.UcsT IP it kl 1,-lt 41 K - k 4 (J-111! I t, in g it K it kt .1 47g-kti ij-g ii 3 ' li'SE' .utulntiei r.l itiluiites ts it x p g-H.i i (I'SB, stg-in ut x f 1 1 ii i; i O-nsch IiiP sjii tj kt-g.i vi K 113 P-lta II ' j t K ii O-i) .1 1 Ii aimln. 'J li. '.'ti milk IS. 39. '.'4l'-gKt4 l'-kl.l .M 11-kKt O-KH I ' H, a ni' rip '..'it-g7 r-tm m l inp-klM g-li:i :.jitg,xlt neslfni II X '. :" i'-i n i i.t 117 l,9 ; srvr.sTii iiwi; or Tim MtTcn. f li tMti iirrrsri: R'i rnttnck, is sih I I'-ittora. PtLMia ll'y I ii hut. .Mr. tiiiie, mack. IJiK ' IP-K4 l'-K I ''.'I P-ICII4 0-Q3 I i'l nl'-M t'-gt v.- it-g-j O-ite I III ' thi-g.' p g n 4 'jtltlts'i-Q It-It a II X 4kll-K113kt KII.1 ,-4 Kt II kt-KISxr 1) ; P-K k kt-gj 'jiPxk't It-ktack 11 it p. ii . i Kt-gil.i -.'ii n-kia nil' Blf 7it iri it i; j iir ti t. ii Kt x n Mil k t'osiiei .iet os '-' it x ii I'm II; S; ti ii i; it k '."i it-y 4 g-ii a t Hit in hi II l'-lll .lill'-Kll.l II-K4 li' I 1 1 minutes 7 minutes lh. 'j'tintn 1'.'' mlnutaa US II I' Pep II x I' II P-K It 4 Rt-Ktfck alii Ijo-uiu i.t-H :u K it;) gxKt i in Ox p r ki :M()-Kii Oxg I III Mlt-ll'i l'k 4Kxg Kt-Rfxh Ki llllxll It xll i'. K-Kin Kt-K3 f Lfi 1111,111.1-02 kt Kl at It-It 4 KtxP ; I7kt-M.i m -g ii 'irttxi' H-H4 R HS i i; o lit- kt j is ki h'3 it-Heek ,i III II li 1 ll-n 4 J.I k-kt 4 K III '.Ml'-Kt.l H-kt Adloarncd. ! 4i! minutes II nilnules ! L YVIiinnis nf tlio hnndirnn: Cmss 1, Major 3 i W Ilaiihiuii. Now YorK; clas 2. i, I'. Rearle. ft l'oiiio: riass :i. W, .1. Mliotwell. Skanaatoles. j 'I liN tournani' nt will idose to-morrow, whoa i m llmv will play olT lor llrt. socond. and third i V prlos rosi octlvoly. W Ciiticoiitost n'oro: HtnoUmnn won 2, lost 5: t K Iliinhniii won 2, lust 1: IlinlKes won 8., lost J l 1'it Koniuuy won 4.'., lost IV. Jtocors won. 1. K 10tt4. their j'osinox defixed. 1 1 I tVliv tVratern Atlilrles svllt Hteer Clenr of II I the A. A. V. Hereafter. I R I To the r.niTouor The Sun .s'tr: Your very W I fair article roeardlnc tho nthlotlo situation H I Piinlod in ynut Issue of last Tuosdny. nnd re- I printed In Thursday's Int-l)ifiatcli, has been K I very cenorally road by all intciestod la w I ntbletlcs nnd clven rlso to considerable faror- J. ft I nblo comment, ns herotnfore Western athletes W I hmo holdom had tho prlTileco of eooIdr their j H I best aspirations fairly reprcsentod by tb 1 I Knstorn press. j I Tho Impression which Tnr. Run's nrtlole Is ' m I likely Intended to convey, that tho present un- C II ideasatit difforonco would result Iniurtously to i 1 Western nthlotics, will hardly be tbo esse, as i H I the clubs composing tlio W. A. A. A. and tho K I organizations nlllllatlni: with It nre in n post- S tlon tociva numoious onon nicotines at which prlos will lo iti en ihat will compare fnvortv t bly with any qlvcn nnywhero in tbe country. i if and which will bo munaired In the same effl- I a W clout mannor Ihnhhas so ofton boen faiorablr i I noticod by in ouent authorities on tho spcrt. j I I That tho strictost concelvnblo rules of ama- ! I I tourism will bo enforced coes without sayinar, . bclnecunran'.ood by tho rocord of the old as- I 1 I soclation. whtuli claims tho credit ot being I I tho first Kovernlnc body nf athletlrd In this i El I country to nut in torce tho rulo against reallz r I inc on prUos. I I Tho V. A. A. A., as at present constttnted. U ill undoubtodly iu a ktroncor position than erer j E I be.'oro. its Its memborshln Is entirely harmont- I ou. onjossablo loadorshlp undor President BU j If I John, nnd Is not now homporod with the mom- j licrshlpot tho pros-nl Union club, which usd li I I its membor.shlp In tho old association for Its ill own azcrntulizomcnt. and attempted to build j I i'.sol! up at tho exponas of other clubs. I 1 I No ono rocrots moro than the membership of J X 8 tho W A. A. A. that tho thoroughly well-oon 1 I coivoJ plnu uf A. G. Mills has failod. nor Is J 1 I moio fully convinced that the correct theory 1 I I ot tro nl athlotla ttoiornmont consists of ons & I I Kvtier.il coioniliiB body with local self-covern- j I I Inu brnnvhos, but likn all bonollcent plans ther lS KM must nut only bo well coucoltetl, but. what la ) I I lully ns itnpottnnt. be well oxocttted. In tbls J W tnolt is tolioromotted that thu plnn has failed it I thitiiiuh lack utKood execution. lint consul- ; ft eratiouH utoieri purntiiount In reit-ctini; the ! jf petition to poimit titinday ttainos can rcadilr K bo surmisod by any one In tho least familiar ' V m with tho precout hlttintlon, nnd thut tbe Con- , 1 trnl AsiiOi'tatloii lacks eoi'utivo ability may bs ; II catli'.T'il (rom tho fact that tho rocent Held , I I'liaiuplotishlpmootliiBwnenntiouiiced but two II weeks previous to tbo day set for tho event, W wliii'h action nlnno would show either Incom- I pi'toncoor t.oino ulteilor dosicn. Tho linpres- E slon proutlleil lioro that it wan intondod to bs , Bj I u cloned lnt'OtliiK. and tho roitilt would seem ' I to justify this ImprofMoii. ltopeatod roquests for a cony of the constitution mid by-laws i III proved iin.ivnlllni;. nnd It was found necessary l to so to tlm iloublo o.ponsu of lelncruphiDK ( BIB ufu-r a ivoek's tlolni to hociiio a reply. That Iho Central Association is unite roadr i WMW tn oietliiok the lirovthinns of its own rules when prompted by eonsidoratlonsof solMmer- , flU est. is hIiomii by tho fact that not only did they $ iinlto at the last iiiuiiii.nt clubs not members MB of thuir nssoi'intinn to cniupotont Ihn cham- DS ploiihliips, tun actually uiu permit moraoorsoi huohtlubs to compoio. i HI 'J'1'oconlliloncoiif ibo Bontlomon nuoled br llfl you thut tbo Wc-tern Association cannot In- III luitithu I'lilon. niipo.irs ainusinc. forthoy, as III well its tlm inanarrors of tho Central Assocla- IU tlou. oiidoiitly fallvil to pereoivo tlial the first , M objoct to bo (tocoiniillsltea by n national body IU Is to Incoiiornte with it'cll every Imnoriant tnotiibor ouu'iu'od in the hnmo pursuits, nnd I I thnt I'lory f.tilurn to so nillllate such member I I or body o tlinus Its claim to consideration ss El n national body. ,.,,., u . Il The p iet o.Mierloiii'O of tho I nlon hns ostai llhliol tho ffii't thnt iiiiililuurnn b sained by II form and tliat a iiiitionul body can only he I iiiiiintnluid by tho promotion of linrmony by I I means of hnutillrt nt uoner.il loflslatlon. Thnt ; 1 tli" Iniportunt position of tho rnlon iih SI H.it, onal body has Peon Imperilled ill this in- f t-laucn fur tho ul.u of a point In no wls'i con- I I nectod with utlilelles is of courko lo bo regret- i ft I ted, ami tlinl Its position wns so ImperlllMt 5 I proios foiiclusliitly that lis councils were not i I Inhplrod bv the lilk'host eonslili'iations ol ths ( 1 Cntiornl coo I nr olnti thoy utlorlv failed to ap- t I l.reclato ihe anrloiisnt'Ss nf tlio i.luntlon. I I t'erluips thoy wuro Inllimncid by illlatii t I tiiitln'i. nrlleo In the .sin'if of Juno J7. J I wlmseooniiiiitiith ilium tho mnsant dlrllculty j iit'piinr eoiiilnii l tn Hut teolinlciil fyutures of 3 1 tlm. a. o. It Is iu bo roirruttoil ihat Mr. Cnrtls'e 3 II I leu appioeial'on nf Hue tueliiiif.il t'ullits ft t t inii'iitly in'oifiirns with his puriuutlonof brofd I iteiioiui i rini'lplt'H. i II On Uiu ivlidlii it fooms unlorliinato that th i fff r.-iiiml Ai-nH'!utlon lias lost iho sorvlooi of 1. h Kg . 1', bly, who cnrtles with Mini the ontlre con- 2 K liuoiii'ii nf the ttthlotihuf llinhociinli. Tlionc- linn of iho W, A. A A. wai not hasty, as pre- i W Miiiied by A. 'i. Mill", tin the contrary. It was j ilehlior.ite, and nmorted to only alter etrry J It oilier iiii'-inn had lalloil. I Ills ii" Mon wns k 3 p'liltih' III II uted In the patltiou, and promt- M lieui n'll' nis of Hie uetii'iul body werinppi'Aled t Km in, t lues'ini: th in In 'ini tl.eli liilltionco with i la tins t'xiiiiiil A.socl.niuii to tlio end that Mis I '1 I resent 'tnit'ii: uilairK mlk'lit bo tirevonti'd. J il Hie liiunt of tl n b.iltlo, as far as Iho Union i ,i Is ruin erpe t. Will of riiuiMi h.i borne by tho 5 i local I I 'li club, ulileli, by tho way, was or- f ft Itanlrod .leu. i . I '"I. since which time they H lime kIviii I. in one ni" u meetlnir, a compute A .iihltiiu nud iiiiunclnl fnlluro, but ilurlnt; this t period Hi 'I lew itotlin member" could een- 5 ernll'.'b't to Hid emiipotlncon hundayin eamos Kin n In tHliT t'liih. j; In, c,i I nf L'Aliiliu: nlhlotle sircneth from i r'uik inau il nt ull-inltiiiitiiun tlirouuri boin4 1 i ne.,i',n fiein irivlrc Mindan uuinnt. they 1 w II I'll I tin t:'."lni- iinal'lo tmiflcr any fai'lll- J j t'C-to tlin iietiie attili'iot ihov t-o mticli tlesjrs , Ji to -eeiuv mi nnv toriuf. On the othoi liiind W, 1 ? A. . A. nthlotos will haw thn oppoitunltles '1 ttrj iilfiT'letl bv u ilny-n HH'otlnuii for cenerous , jljl liialrv nnd bu luu. nd In loyalty t their nasi. Jl elatuiii by tlm nnlv power e,ipnlio nt calllua f 131 forth Ibis niirll, tlm Lnowledue that their boat ' fyl iul rests and well.tro am cireliilly uiiardod til and piomotod. Okoiioe b, Ituupes. , f ,1 1 r, l,ot'ih, July IS. 1-91. , ,j.y It 'piilittrnii I. iiunn In Uurras i'onuty. i 1 rnniiiii n' (,iik ns o untv llepubllcans met '(! In tl.o pni1 hoi .Miller's llolol lu Lone Island '! itv o t' r !ti nftei'itiion in oicuiti.o n I. ranch 1 j jjj id I. IP pub lonn I.i'ii.'t,(i nf Now Yr rk Stato. .fjfj r-pei'i'li n ii. ie inad" by o Mc.tltin, 1'resl- I "K i il nt'" mo htn'e 1 eituiiii: .lames II. ti'lleirne. 1 a llenty filiitSKii. J. II. HeJco, und ex-(Jov, It. U , ,P Mei nrimek. a (.ommlttto oruaulratloa ml i m lfi