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m THE SUN, AJONUAYrMAY 23, 182 '
m GOSSIP OF THE BUNKERS. K H& Tinwar'timinwt snonisa tiiem Hbfi lOMf .47 1HI' HUOVKLVX TIIAVK. Kl? The Tivn.rcar.olsl or (he Year Yet to A p. Blf nr Itaeelnaf). .Indue Morrow. l.on BT tl-l. nr.4 t.ftmpllstiter to Meet To.j- Kc A Urint Huee Looked lor Iiorlani Rhf rTcnlnortlip Week-To-dm1 Proei-nmnse. Bjl Tlio Ipcltlmntn rnelni; Benson lim bpuun Rf most Htisrtcfuiifily. doipltothfi utorrurwoatlior Hfc tin) llrooklyn Jockey Club I mil to contend with H clurlnc tlio latter part of Inst week. The ureal K throni: iiresortt on tlio oponlnc davnnil the Ej$ oornpnet crowd". Hint sw tlio sport on B($ Tuosilay. Wcdnoadny. and Thursday modo tlio WftrV oitond'nnconbovo tlio norco. 0 rent or Intor- Mf.i -st was innnlfostod In tlio llrooklyn Handicap WOkji this year than In nny othnr senion elnco HPfc "9 tncoptlon. Tlio ruolna nulillc. hull- WUk , sry For lilirh-clns fiort. turnod out HKk lir tlioiiMnil. mid tlioy aaw a rncs (as; worth colnu many miles to tee. Tlio III mi' first week of tlio ruclnc season Una demon- strntcd ono faet.'nnd that Is. that wo linvo n ery modorato lot of two-ynar-olds, nothlnc of real high quality showing ns yet. Thero vroie no Tromonts. Ills Illuhnesses. St I'lorlnns. or Ilinsolls. as In former jeais. Lntoroninthn season somo hluh-clnss juvonllos may appear, but turfmon are unanimous In tbo opinion that those that liavo 6tnrted uptodatonroa Tory mcdlocio lot. Tlio Oroat Amorlenn Btnltoi. worth t'.'O.OOO. which In to he doclilod at Grnresond on Thursdny of this week, may draw out somothlnu hlith class, but thero are no whispers of fast trluU nor of prospective world boaters. On Thursday. Hoi olio, tlm two-ycnr-old that won all his races at llonnlncs In such hollow ftylo. will mrit tlio pick of tho l.hrot, nupport, Morils. lllomton. and othor stables In tho Oront Amor lenn. Tlio public will not a lino on Morello should ho go to tho post to-day. as ho cur lies the crushor of V2Ti pounds. Mr. Ehret thinks very highly of Don Alonzo. but tho ble colt Is y not at homo on Griivosond turns, and will show TV " to boltur adxantaco over thohtralchtcotirsos ft ut Kheopshend liny. Morris Park, nflfl Mon- U mnuth. Ilolsa very laieo. srowthy colt nnd S a nuo lookor. , , , , ft. bt. llorlnn cavo the publlo a tnsto of Ills ft' nuallly atOrnvesend one day Inst wuek. wlion ho imtiiji l'JJ pounds ami run a mile in 1:42: V and whlfo tho Messrs. Morrlb nru icicrottlnK 'j tho poor quality of nearly nil their two-year- Ba olds, they can concmtulnte thomselves upon t tho iossoslon of such tliion-vour-olils as Ht. ! I'lorlan und Mars nnd those storllncfour-yoar- S;. nldx Ilussoll und ItucLon. Hussoll run two JP irrntid ruces In tho Ilrnoklyn and llrookdalo Ilandl-aps. and Itoekon wns not dlstrncod Jy when Hnrlom bontlier.nsMr. heene'sllllyc.-ir-i? rledbiitlll pounds. This llnrlem Is uerv smart ft filly. ami tho writer saw her bent Klnitniiikt-r ft' a tnllo In his work ono morninc two weeks W, i.eforo the llraoklvu llundlcup. '1 ho track was 5. muddy, just to tho llkitiR of tho son of War- vlck. yut ll.irloin was pulllnc to him nenrly , tho entire distance. It will be tho ruco of the year when hi. Horlnn. His Illuhness, lorkvillo K llollo. l.niiipllKlitor. Ourt Ounn. nnd I.coim- iwell comn toeother. Merrv Monareh tins not dona well, nnd seems lleht. so tlint Messrs. Gideon X Italy will In nil probability hate to rely upon Ills lllchness. J.udwii;. nud tho jlounlu I.ee nnd Laura Gould colts to uphold the reputation of their stable this season. Thoproirrninmo for this tho last week of tho llrooklyn Jockoy Club's snrlnir nieetlnc In cludes several Importnntovonts. To-morrow, the llronklvn Deriiy. for throo-yonr-olds. nt one mile and n quarter, nnd th Clover Mtakes, for two-year-olj lllllos. will bo tho features on the curd. i()n Tuesday, tlio l'nrkwny Handicap, for three-year-olds and upward, ut n mile and aslxtocnth. will bo the ruco of the day. On Thursday, the Ilrookhn Cup. for throe-yoar-nlds und upward, at one mile nnd a half, and tho Great American htakes. for two-year-olds, contribute to a crout day's sport. Tho Myrtle Makes, mi three-year-olds and upward, nt n , mile nnd a sixteenth, will be tho feature on Trlday, whllo tho Trcmont Stakos.for two-year-olds, and tho Kort Hamiltou Handicap, for threo-year-olds. will be the attractions on huturdiiy. The programme for to-day Is promising, and if Itaeelaml. Judge Morrow, and Lamplighter co to the post In tho Ht. James Hotel Makes thero will bo ahorse race. The track will not Kj be to Longstreet's liking, and hence tho prnb- e& atillity or 3lr. Ihvycr starting Old Hones. Tho 4. trio named areitreat mudlarkb. and tbo publlo 5ft, will hato an opportunity to loam how good ff- Judge Morrow Is at present, as the other two fix. Will make him ruu every yard of the A way. Many porsons will Ignore I.amp- ,?s, llghtor. but it should bo bnrno in mind f that Kir Dixon, as a tliree-yenr-old. W enve TboBnrd one of the hardest. If not tun ISJt ery hardest .raco of Ills career in tho mud for the fit James Ilotol btukas. Lamplighter 1' a a superlative performer in tho mud. and he will flgs be well rlddan In to-day's contest, and Trainer , lingers will have him in the pink of condition W for the race. 3. Kingston will hardly start in tbo opening Jj race unless the track is In fair condition, aid ' . ho will not e considered. I.eonawell should 3E win with Donenstor second. Lopanto and f Isaac Lewis will run well In tho second, and XS Morello is lllel to win tho sweepstakes for ,1k two-y oar-olds, with Merriment nr I.avflosBsoc- M- ond. Tom Touch and Alrshaft will go well in m- the fifth, and wliatover beats hrlcund Wulcott ire will get tho money In the lust. B, Tho programme In full follows: IK Ftrt Kftre A eeetske (if S20 rm h. for Jilt mtt. tSU Willi (l.ooondaeil. ot which SJuo laicconaiml SlUOia PjL ttiird; one uilif. W' Kinotoii .... 13(llnilt Kulilier .... 122 Xj Relritli lOrt l.rnnawell .. . 101 Ok. MJelin . , mil Sinpot . II 1.1 JK Ilonclr . . lOtHPIoiiM r wl ttffi Scnnil Riice A liiHllciiii weepitakei ol $'J0 mtb, iS Klin f OlOuMril.nt wlilcli f Jl 0 lu ttiouil anit lluo tu & Iblrdj ono mile nl a furlnui;. 5r Caiiowsy II lor,liic l.wii 103 Vffic Halltitii U7 l. vl rl .. .. U4 ?M i:iurvW .... . H4 I.aputu 1'J i War Duke . . . Il u. Third Rare A'efpitnksa of $20 earli. for two year. '! Olda, ltti1.0UU Sillied, ot Mllllh JIO lu teconil alll ji, llooiutuiril. fire furluinn. 5JV Morel ii . .. UI.Merriment, ... lis ,';jN MDilllinu 1IH UKlei ... Ill , I.ltliKire rnlt . Ill HyJne ., . Ill Air .lluiiny Ijimtity .... 111,1 eatrlcei oil. . . Ill ij., ui-oit . . ml yS.' Kourlh Rare-Tlic l JaniM Motel Slakei for three. W yearfi!d au4 tipward. at sloil eatli hIIIi $1501 fj& avtdeil. ot whlnu HH1 to aeiond. the third to nave ataae, 3&&. one mile and a ipiarter. ,iWc Lontatrert . 12U Indue Morrow . , 12U plsjtt Jtace and UUlLaiupllKhter . . 00 VWM.. Flttll Itaie A lelllhir saeepetakci nt $-'0 eui i fur g;Y three tear Midi with $1,110.1 added, of Hhlth $.'il tu (W Meimdulid$Hxl to third, one mile and a .lileenth. 5Sf Jtlll 107 Temple . . 107 Zkt Toni' lough . .. lOi ernull .. , ,. 101 &5j Alrhall ... iul , 2iE Sixth Race ae'lltiK iweeptlaken of $20 ench for &, three year oldi and upward with $1 OtK added, of tif which $200 m Kionda-id $101 tu third; one mile KMfc. Tea Trny . 1 IS Larrhniont , . Ill l4Pi Hen KIliKuhury . IllUurott ., Itn f rlc , 111 I'ella , 107 jVV MniTorNeter .... 10s s. .lamee llhl && klnilbrld ..., . t07 Hslwiioil . . .. 1011 'iiij HalDhoo liiil uleuiarck VI vfXM. Co u nt S4 riar M mojuiis r.nih: 1 InproTewviifs Jit the Bare Course A Novel 7L Judgea' ftlnnd. j, A party of ladlos nnd gontlemen visited &;i- Morris l'ark yesterday to look at nn improvo- 'Mlv liientof the track and a now device which will fc, be used nt the mooting to bogln on Doeoratlon 5l Day. Tho Improvement Is tho straightening L o( the ancle whole the straightaway track riffe and tho lound track run Into ono broad bwocp .fA Bt (,o fluish. Tho novelty is n movablo Effi s judges' stand, run on lulls. The stand was W tested yesterday from n rlght-unglo sight at jl'K, th straightaway finish. It was a success A tfss , cbangoof nn Inch In tlio llnonf vision showed ,JLV liow observers nro deceived when thoy bellevo iVT that tho wrong horse is awarded tho race. f when two horses, ono at tho inside rail and the other at the outside rail, nuiko a dead he.it, It would appear to all standing nt tho upper f Ido of the judgfV stand tlint the horse at tho Innor rail had won by n length. This was tho ease In a race last year, when I.lltlefld, who rode tit. Florinu on tho Inside rull, bollovod ho lUI had won the race by a length, when thu fact ;jf was that Jbirgon lauded Ills Highness winner jF by n length on tho outside rail. It would be a (S good thing for racegoers to study up tho ungles :t tins circular truck. a The visitors also studied with Intoreit a fe, jrrsdlent ronp of the Morris Park race course m s comparod with tho ofllclal surveys of tho . F.psom (Derby). Brighton, and Nowmnrket hm, coursos in England. Morris i'urk's courses Ik anpeared nearly level lu comparison with tlio Ik Lnsllsh trucks. it The park never apponrod more nttrnctlvo (F than It does this spring. After admiring its beauties and thoso of the surrounding hills j iiDd vitleaot Woutchoster. tlio party onjoyed a dinner gotten up In Messrs. Kelson & Vllle- Pliiua s best styls. J,' IWUreat li.ee Horse Kllejr nisubUd. . U St. Louts. May 22.-Ed CorrlgBn'a famous .' Jmrse Itiley is In n bad fix. After working a 't mllo In 1:4131,' on Friday Itiloy struck himself flf, badly In one of his forologs. Incapacitating him .&? for tho Directors' Handicap. Fever has nn- . poared In the Injured leg and tho prospect is ;"VR thatCorrlgan will bo obliged tnserntch Itiley In kS, nil of his stake engagements during tho next K1 month or two. Corrgnn vratchod fiis trainer J x' tenderly bsthlng, lliroy's leg this afternoon. ji and thM sorrowfully remarked that bU net ft- probabiy had gono wt one lor tho your. :i$pmiM8& - sags nvn cotutra okad. Ill FreasUUK C'ai-rer t'at albert by an Allnrk ur Tyakl4l Fever. Hub Collins, tho well-known basobsll player, dlod about 0 o'clock Rattirdny night nt his homo on Stato street, llrooklyn. Typhoid fever was tho causo of his death., Whlloithns boou known for some tlma past that Collins wasnotlnthobestof hoalth. stilt thero was not the slightest Intimation that his condition wns stall sorlotis,and his sudden nnd untimely Inklng-off will provo n shock to his many friends and ndmlrots. In tho doath of Collins, tho Drooklyn clubloosos ono of Its trustiest, most capable, and popular players, nnd tho national gnmo Is deprived of ono who. both ns player and won. rcfloctod tho highest crodlt upon tho groat pastime. Famot. conscien tious, rnlinble. and brilliant upon tho ball Hold! quiet, .irentlomanly. unntsurolng off It, lio adorned tho profession froru tho pursuit of which holms boon cut olT. ,, .... Collins novor fully rocovored froni tho terrl hlo shock ho rocelved In the collision with HurnsatKnstorn l'nrk on Julu 20. 1MH. A "nun" Collins. short fly hnd been hit to right Held, for wiueii hotli Collins and llurns ran. Owing to tho nolso made ny locomotives pnssiiig tho giottnds. tho two plnyora did not hear the. warning 01 Ies of the other mon nnd crashed together with frightful forne. l'.oth wore knocked scnselosB. nnd worn carried irom tlm Held. Uurns. who was tho heavier man. was loast hurt, and soon .resumed his placo on the team. Collins, on tho other hand, was unconscious for hours, aud for some days his mind wandered. Ho finally got on his foet, but was unable to ulny during the romnlndor of tho senson. Last spring he joined the team and went Mouth with It. A month In tlio South seemed to do him good, and ho began the championship season in left Held, wbero ho did such good work, both in tho Hold and with tho stick, that .Ward de cided to keep him thero. Tho collision bad made Collins so timid ho could not bring him belt to play on tho infield. Ho was apparently Mil right until tho tonm ptnrtod away on its disc Wostorntripon April 2i. when ho began to complain of feeling unwell. At Chicago on May !l lie wassoized with u chill, nnd felt so 111 that l'rosldent llyino decided to i-ond him to llrooklyn for rest nmlmodleul attention. On arriving homo he was attended by Dr. Mac Lean, tho club physician. Collins grew rap idly worse, nnd expiree! on Hnturiliiy night. Ills wife had been notified of his sictuosB, und wi.son her wny hero. The members of the llrooklyn team will meet to-night nnd tko npprnprlnto action re garding tho death of their fellow player. Colllns's record on tho hall Meld Is an excep tionally good one. Ho was born In Louisville In IMd.i, nnd was therefore but 27 years old at the time of Ills death. His idav ns it member of nmatour clubs of Loulsvillo Mion attracted attention, and w hen tlio S-oulhcrn League was organized in 18a4 h was Invited to loin the Columbus. Go., team. He played with that club during 1K84 nnd lKHTi, and made n fine record. Tho Columbus team disbanded at tho close of 1HR". nnd Collins got u num ber of good offers from National League and American Association managers. Ills natural modesty prompted lilra to try another season as a minor league playor heforo branching out in faster com pany. Ho therefore signed with Hnvunnali for 1K8U. and his brilliant achievements as infield er. batter, and base runner set the maior league managers to throwing out lines for lilm. Ho gavo the preforonco to hlsnativo city, and played for Loulsvillo in H87and K88. llrooklyn was fortunate enough to se cure him in 1M80. and ho has since played tor that team. Up to tho time of his injury last July his work was flrst-class. THE' CHEAT UOBSE SHOIC. Hlch Premiums to Be lllstrlbnfed Anions Jinny Classe ef llurici. Tho National Horse Show Association Is al ready out with tho announcement of Its pro grammo for tho next exhibition, which will take place nt Madison Square Gurdon in No vember next Tho prio list now made public Is but an advanco one. and. though the monoy protniituiB ns given at present amount to $.'14, tKX). it is safe to assert that it will bo increased etv materially before the entrios close by other prlzos from various sources. The cata logue now made puDlic provides for all classes of exhibits, tieglnning with thoroughhred stallions, for which three prlzos ot 70. $250. nnd $l(Hl are promised, and ending with park police horses. Thero are ninety-eight classss In all. with prizes arranged In such a manner as Is suro to induce a largo entry. Tho en tries are announced to closo on Oct. 10, nl thoughnridltlonal nominations will be received u week later upon payment of u doublo feo. The catalogue contains an nlahorata and well-considered set ot rules nnd regulations, whlali will govern tho exhibition, and, nil told, the preliminary is a eeitatn guui antes that tlio coming show will ecllrsoall previous efforts of the association. HrlBbion Zenc!.s Iroa:rjininif. The Brighton Reach Racing Amoriatlon announce! that Hi fourteenth annual meetlnc will liegin on July 4. and will be continued on uer Mondat. Wcdnetday. and r rlday durlmr .Inly ami Auirui t. hcililea aome extra day to he eiiliNcquenlly announced, fhe purace will I(rili nut leu than $4,000 pardaj. Hnnduy Football. I'miueitlonalily the litat and innat excitlnir name of Gaelli fODttull played thla eeniton mine oil yesterday afteruounou the grnundeof the Irlah American vth. letlc ( luhal Frtfttlna s 1 The luiiti atlng tcama were the Iriih Auierirsnk of tide city and the Johu Mit liela ofRrooktyn The) played for the mnit jivrt diirlnif a Itead) rain, hut the r.Otl p-renne liln, went down to ,e Hie nittili wrrewell icpald fur ihewttilni tho r celled The Irlin-vmerlrane ttartcd lu to win theeatne with rtlh At the end ofthe rtrll ha'f ttlt v had two nolnta to their credit, while the RriHikljn pla)er had luen unable to ecore. In the eecoud half eonie pretty kick. Inir and neat Interference by the member of both team made the cunteHt exrltlnr eniniuh for any one. rotter of the Irlih American! allied by ood liiterfer Ins made a iroal and three jtointe Huckley kicked a soalfoatne Hltthele. and Ityanand Uath were liutru. nientulln makinirthe poluie. Wltcntluie wai tailed Itereree MrMelm or tl o Jeney rity Shamrock! ile. dared It a draw . with oue irnat and flva point! for eam team The Mltrhel, objected, clalmluir an extra polio. The trouble wai brought about by !iiliindertainllnir the nerlslou concernlnir one point. Alenirthy wranvie emueil. hut the retiree did not chaime hlndeclnlon A vroinluint member if the Irlib Amerirau Club ir. know edKed thai a mialako had probatily been made lu !umlulniiiithaiolnla and be iVd lint Hunk that hi, iluhwou'd objei t to the Muul clatuuiu; the game. The ytltiheliicrtainlv do claim the ltlory. The tejou w ere a, follow i HilrhtU rinllrm, frl.l, tnrrlv,, rranUy uoal Dell. W.1.4'1, ' ( Point! lUheefe. Willie ( """'' ILcnlhau. n ) . , lAuglilin. liyn ,., i llatli KeuneJr. Ilayai 1 tualey. J'afry ) , ifrmiin. Mnvlan '.,. lull back! Lacy. iillonnnell, ) j Mnroney. Walsh.. . i (McPnery. Ilanlev . .rehire men,, Ilannon. J.Rjan.. .. ) (i'iHhan. Sinllh, . . i , aukIIii, Jtiittley, ,, . . torward, (Cotter, llljlil.),., I MVdltB. Murine und Field Men nine. The first entertainment of the leaion at the Marine and Field Club' bandioine quarter!. 1 ropiey sieuue, Balb Uescti, Long liland. occurred on haturday even, Ing II in an Informal dinner, and wai enjoyed by a lar;e nuniberif inemberi and gueiti Secretary Cliarle! A. Ueeliun mted a, tud,tmaeter, iho apeakere were ex roiluiseier ; Jojeph f. Ilendrlxol llrooklyn, Waller I.ogan li W, .Northrup. and oeral othere The menu card n In IU rutin ofthe Marine and Field Uluhipenuauiot blue and while ttrlpca. Hie lei ten being pale blu. Why Eilne ld Nut Oat Ilia Prise. Cisiiix.t, May 2: -The laleit derelopment In the metier of Yale'! proleilfuf KWni of Harvard, the hot putter, for profeulonalUui wai knowu lo day when the llarvardvloullaicu men returned to Cambridge, The Vsle tnanagement refuwd togiveEvIni the prlle which he bad won In the ibot patting ctnteit and hammer throwing lait Friday at Ibe Yale-Harvard Track Athletic, meeting. Vale hai protested Kilm In an Indefinite ill for professionalism, and. pending theaelilrment. reimeito give Krlns hli prltea liar vard men are Indienant at the euailnese which ale hesdiiulayed In lids matter. They base their whole vharge ot "professionalism " on remark which their trainer Murphy heard a half drunken man make In corner saloon in Uoetou la the eDect that " llo believed that tlarrard man. Kvinp. had contested for money.' fint. Cook of ike llarvard team told Ur, Wadt or the sale Association thai he would send lilm an arridavlt ai soon as be rwched t'ambrlege and not before. And onlblsaccouutfJI'altvithoMi lb frUll WWCk SrUM os iitK nAtt. tiein. Another Day'or Bala latetftre with the Nailanal '. Cincinnati bent Louisville In tlio Longita gatno played yesterday. Tho result! Cincinnati. 4: Loulsvillo. 0. tu niconn. 31a f 9 7 2 S . f ? - ijffiiiii n ; 1 ' a '2 1 2 l I 3 I 4 30 Esi"i , 0 o I J 1 1 ot " Brooklyn , 'iSiaiWlsilT Wt. J ,', , t 1 F 1 I rW.:r::l ! ! Washington V ! S f S i I I 8 'I,. 1 " names losl H It T nlll 1 It III" 1 n.rlk.lTI. 41 LOUtafllLK, (X b.o,u7. of respect tu the memory of Hub" t f '" ? .'"I'l", vllle players wore bows ot crape upon their shirts. The ,C": tooisrute. f"l,VV. ro r ?.,ro"r:fifb".o ?o 8 8 J 3 J 8 ?f."nVrr.'d-? ?. ? 8 8BS1 VV? sU firlm.c... n o n a rj Smith. i ... 1 " J 5 JI kuehne. 8d b .0 II 1 ",lJr,r.-,2 ? 2 ii Meekln.p 10 0 8 1! Cbamben'n, P.JO 0 Total! .0 8 3411 a Tetsli 4ni717 1 IxinifT : o o o o o o n o o-o Clnclunatl o O 1 1 O 1 0 0 ,.4 rirei base by erron-Cinelnnatl. It '"'!1','J,iiiJ ,J1 on ha.en-tulsvllle. .1; Cincinnati, tl rirsl base on balle-Olt kleekln 7i oft Chamberlain. 2. Mtk ."' By Meekln, 4; by Chamberlain, s Sacrince hlts u'lilivtilo. 1 ; Cincinnati, . stolen bs'J-C'P'rt'J; liniibleplaja-Smlth. Ncrhee and Comukey: Uthatu ena (omlsker: Beery and Knehne. Wild pllobei--Mcekln.Jj. Implre-Kmslle. Tlme-l' Caatern Aeaoclallon. the meant). ciou. J,??:i!l 5 r "? ! i. rrnrldence 0 0 I II 01 II 2 1 4 J 10 Alhatil ... I 2 0 1 3 1 "Id illulh.ropW".;: J, 3 . 0 U, l) JI I I S 7 Itocliester 'l 2 . 2 il ' ? H if J Philadelphia v I 0 I 2 8 I J New Haven 0 10 10 I I I !l I Hvracii.e ... 2 0 I 0 il 1 2 u o Klinlra ... . 0 ii I a I i I I 3 Tr. .... ... .... .10110011 OS riurlalo v 0 2.-11 11- 2 Oan-ei lost 1 " sl 7I 7 8 S.Hl.. Western I.enaue. Tonnn. May 32 In the elhth Inning of to-day 'i game, with the score tied t'hletrf Police Ilaltt stalke t nn to the neld rollowed liy a squad of tlf teen police men, and placed the inanaiera and plaveri nt both teams under arrest for loiatlng the Sunday law. rbey were marched to the police station, aud after putting uptHOO were releasetf. The score: Toledo n a o o n 3 o o-r. Columhu 0 110 0 10 2-& at ossni. Omaha 000100 0 0 0-1 M. I'aul 00201103 o-il iT MIIWACKkC Milwaukee 1 aoosooo o-n Indianapolis 11000100 0-3 Other taaniee. 1 roaniuM roLiiur. J 11; tiosr. 1. The Fordham Tollege team bad a picnic with the Tleeriat Knrdham yeiterdaj. Although rain tell con llnua.l), six innings were played. Tho score, roannse. I Tl(.ek. r lirni.i idiroii Smlth.rf. . a 1 o 0 o'nunn.2db. I 1 2 a 1 Rjau, e.e. i 2 II l.Ward 1st h (10 7 I 2 lirmod)... t.a 1 t o oixively.ct n a 1 n Mdtivali. c 2 .1 8 2 O Scully, r. O O 2 tl t Rourke, I. f 4 O (1 0Karusey. p.SbO 0 3 2 4 itoach. loot II, nan. If 0 O 1 o o J era-nann 2d b i o 2 0 OSneehan.s a II o 0 2 3 Mct'ann. 3db3 2 0 0 O Woodman r.fd 0 0 1 u HcCaltsrly.lb.'l 2 B o lldrinio, 3d b 0 0 0 0 1 iWalih, p..... o o O o o Total! IB 18 18 8 2 , I Total! 1 1 18 10 12 Fordhsm College 3 r. 4 O 1 T-lu Tigeri . 1 o il O 0 tl- I. Earned runs Fordham College. 3 Hnt base by errors Fordbam College. 7; Tigers 2. Xft on bases tordbam College, U. Tigers. 2 first base on balls Oft Koach, 2: off Ramsey. 1; off Walsh 2; struck out Hy Roach. 8; by Ramsey. 1. Three base hit Carmolt Two-base Bin Sullivan U). McOafterty. tjaonnre hit lively, stolen baeea Ryan. Carmody . Rourke, Ha it n, Mcraun. Dunn. Ward, lio ible playa Kheahan, Iiuun apd Ward: Roach. Kerguion. and VJcCaffarty. Hit hy pitcher Hmlth, Mcc'ann Wild pitches Ramsey. 1; Walsh. 7. raised ball-Scully. 1. Umpire Sweeney Tlme-1 JS. nliNauSTS, ri. rORTJiarls.S The Cuban !lani and Port .lertls teams played In mud ankle deep at the Long Island grounds visterdsy. The score: risis r.iAYis. rest jirtis slirai.! ill r o.A. x Boyd. c. f. .. 0 O O 0 0 Cloedfellow, e o n 1 1 1 irant.2db 0 1111 Mce p . 1 1 o A 1 Harrison e e .i o o il O.Roseman 1 b o o 8 0 o 1'enn 1A b 2 2 10 O Nolan, 2d b 0 2 112 Barton, I r .tlio 0 Bowes, r f o o 1 o u Nelson. 1st b 1 2 II O Allison I r O II 2 O 0 Jacksou.c .0070 O Fletcher, c f il I 1 O u Douglas, r. f. o o 1 ii o C'rmlchel. a.s I o il 1 o Whyiw p. . 0 (I o 3 o Hayes. 84 b 1 o o o 0 Tola.ll. . . rl II 11 3 1 Totals . . 3 4 15 It 1 Cuban liianti 2 0 4 o o-u Porclervis 0 3 O O O J Earned runi Port Jervis 1 left on base Port Jervls, r. Cuban tllanta. ft I irst have on crrore-Ciibati (Hants. 3 Rase on balls Off Nyee, 4; off Whyte. 4 Struck out Hy Mce 1, by Whyte, (i Stolen bases Koyd Harrison, 3, Peno, 2. Barton 3. Nelson Douglass sacrirlce tills .laokson Passed tails lloodtellow, .', .lock, on Hit by pitched ball Harrison, Koseman. I'mplre I'aasb, Time 1 la ATlTLAriC FARK. Abingdon 2 10ooan .-, o-ll Ampblou 02 (101031 .-18 AT lAKLBTAIiT. Cnlons s n 1 o 2 o n 2 o- O. N. T 02U1U102 O fl at rLSAiuac isLAxn. Albany 012210 0 0 3-8 Troy 001110 (i o 1-4 Base tilts-Albany. 0. Trny. 13 Krrorl Albany, 3, Troy, 2. ntf here Taylor and Sullivan. Kaaebull taasnea To.itieg. KATI0NAI LrsCl'E ANn AVIRICAN AISOCIATI01. Boston vs. New York at Boston Brooklyn vs w aahlngton at Eastern ratk. Baltimore i e rinladelpbla at Baltimore. Chicago vs. flttsburgh at Chicago. Cleveland vi at. Louis at Cleveland. Ilasehull Note. ijiciinLLr. May 12. Cant. Comlskey has signed Peler Browningto play the nuineld for Cincinnati. It is no; known yet what neld he will play The game at Van Nest yesterday was stopped b) rain after three Inullig had been played. Ihe ,i.ore stooit hmeralds.lt; Beekuan A : . 1. As the polite will not allow holiday games at Monitor Park. Weehaw ken the Allertons have been deprived of a ground out of town clubs can arrange gntuee by ad drrasingJ.A Van Vaikenburg, S'Jl West forly ninth street, New v.ork. The following games have been arranged hy Manager Bright of the fuhan (ilanlsi MaV23aud2t at ,-orra town ra , via) 2,', and .'it. at rotlatown, May 27, at Camden, May 28, Manhattan A Cat South Norwalk: May M Muators, at ihe Long Island giounds. May Ku, Stars at south Norwalk, May.il.nl lillmvllit ; v.. .lure 1 and 2. at Honesdale. t'a ; Mat 3. at Callcnnii, N .; May 4. 1 eontlnea, atN'orwalk; May 6, Allertons at tbe Lung Island grounds Amateur Baseball Begiater. Among lb many amateur club! in tlili city and sur rounding places tbs following are anxious to arrange games. Tb list Includes number of Junior orgsnka tlom wbos pla)irsrerge from 1& to 20 years. Harlem Branch V. M. ('. A. Rasebill Team Will n'uy and guarantee expense! m any amateur club In Saw Turk and vicinity. Ueorge f, Clark, magntger. 0 West 12."lh street. New Tors city. Hnlpbany Ressrves-Open to play aav uniformed club on Saturdays aad Sunday. Cornelius Hngan, plphany Lyceum, a&nh'erond avenue. 81 Louis Cnlleg Bsseball Club-Will nlay any learn nrlTyear.old players on Pecoratlou flay and Satur. ilajs. .1. B. Hrnpby. manager. St, Louis College, 224 W est Fitly eighth Uriel, hew York dig. Shenandoah V ant to arrange game for Peroration day. VV. Malsky, 113 East Thirteenth Creel, New Vork illy. liarby Baseball Club Tballeug all teams In the r Tinting business Herron Taxis cere orL.Uoeker. nr, William street. New Vnrk city. Nyltan AlldetlcTeaui open In play all out or town Kami giving guarantees, in July and August Jn'iu Tho'en, manager. 17.1 Chambers street, New inrk city, First riatooii Baseball Club nf tbe Twentieth 1're duct Will play any First I'lstonu (earn In tin New Vork Uepartmenl, on any day off. Frank Ilageriy, manager. Twentieth precinct, 484 W est Thirty seventh slreel. Hedeewood llsseball Clubof Harlem Will play on Katurilarssudhuudayi only. Henry strotbkamp, Jr, 2.1 bast 1141b street. Sw ork. tlrocers' Cricket Association Will play any business hasrbili learn op Saturdays and holiday! only. H. W New, manager. 411 Wait Thirl) feurlli itreet, New York, llrooklyn Milkmen's Rassball Club Will plir any team or New Vork m'lknieu J, H See, aianager, 8o7 bmlih street, Hrnnklyn. I jwreiire Baseball Club Have dues In June. July. August, and September open, for nnifornsed teams of playrn I). K, tlcbinllt, 168 East Mnslysscond itreet. New York. St. James Lltsriry I'nlon Baseball Clh ot Brooklyn Oul of town unllermed clubs preferred tr Sundiy gamei In June, July, August, and September. D.I', O'Shea, manager. 322 High street, Hrooglyn. Uondsell Baseball CluC-J. Oscar Draw. Highland rails. N. Y. Nominate for Brlajbtoa OMclal. At regular meeting of tbe Brighton Athletic Clsb the following nomination! for orflceri "ere maitii 1'resldeat, Cornelius llrarn and Walter 8. Dunlsp; Vice President, Harry F. Kpsncer and Cbarlei I', rorbell; Recording Secretary, Ixiuls " Hooter i Flnsocial Secre relsry. trankil Msueberi Treasurer. Maawall Maelohi: l.leuienant, A. A Taylor; Board Management. Daniel .1. Cox. J. F. Tiepiey; rsuk II. Mayer, A, v Hatfield c, J. Dowilng, W llliam J. Carr. and (1. J, Slnnoti, The electlou will occur on Thursday evening, June J. Baseball, Eaatera rarh, 4 jP. M Tsvelay. Brooklyn ts. WublngtoD. AJmlsslen. J5o.au4tOc. Egpreitttaltu frwa triUje, J.li M08.a0.-iaa, , hlVELT BAll.lSO AHKAB I.V 1 UK EAST. Mr. Heraey' afl-moler Expeeled to be at Ctlppvr. IIostov. May 22. The Horrcshoff 2l'-rator or'J.VfooterElchlcowas built last winter for Mr. Horsey of Now York. Hho Is an improve ment on tho 2',-rntor sent to Pcotlnnd.nnd which Is to tako tmrt In tho rncos for small boats on tho Clyde. Tlio Ulchlco will bo raced aealnst tho Gardner boots of her class. The aocompanylntr cut Is from n iihototrraph taVen as tho boat stood hoisted on tho ITorroshoft wharf, just boforo sho was launched. Thoso who havo not scon tho Bristol fin boats will cot a, cood Idoa of tlio typo of yachts thoy represent. They nro looked upon by some to sweep all boforo Ihem. The ballast fin Is of tobln bronze, with a bulb of lead of two tons on tho bottom, nnd this wolsht Is what the boat dopends on to carry hor sail. Tho fin Is placod forward, and tho mast Is also woll forwnrd. Tho boat has no dead wood, but aft there la n tobln bronze fin which forms CUV H US AT 311V LOVlih. The I'linrnplun'a Pluy t'loarly Mulched hlnay Oood Ousure. The model court ofthe Brooklyn Handball Club has rarely lit-1,1 so many persons us flittered lu and oitou " t lub day " Tho day la usually w ell spent by I he mem bere lu settling some old scores and social Intercourse, but in this Instance the building was twined into a sort pt rereition room and Champion Casey was kept busy shaking ibe bunds or many friends and stranger, w ho heartily tongratulaled him upon his appointment as trainer to John L. hullitan. There were plenty ut friends of the cbamplon pugilist In the crowd, and white a majority appeared tu be strangers tu Casey per sonally, the looks of the man Inspired them with toufl dence an I it was unlt.rsal!) admitted that Charley Johnston had made no mlsteke in the aelecliun Casey erected hi, tlsllure gr ouslv. nnd assured every body that the giod feeling of the public tuwnrd htui would make his new ta,k u much more easier aud pleasant one Ibe champion hnuunalt payer wns also in oue of his best moods for Playing, and the crowded gn lery became terribly worked up oter tbo brilliant exec ition Casey had as partner J J. Broder Irk. a memuer of tke Pastime AtnletioClub ufbt. Luuis. and lorH muu weighing 213 pounds lu costume. pla)a remarkab e active aud curret t alue (Ippoie i lo the cbsmptoti aud Western gentleman was John Deianet. a slashing Athy expert nn 1 Dr. Philip Smith llrdi narlly this would In it strung pair to hear but Case s eoillshneai and acknowledged skill, with Briiilerlct's hard hitting and extreme wall hruttieSH oer the cunnlugDot tor, wafc ton intrli rnr Delaney ,t l o lo uvcrrome. and In tl e lust game they werehardlr lu It. Another scientific and exciting game was played be tween l Barrett and VI llort) a etrng coinhliiatliiti of Cork and Donegal blood avtitiHt John Ma culm a powerful Glasgow bo) .in I James liuriue. Jr. the at. knowledged amateur champion or AmvrliM. the play ing In tha nrsi game partook tnoie of n warming up character, but the bulatice of the exhibition was for btood clear up to the er Fvery nun adhered strictly to Thk ks rules In ,ertlce. and while that sledge hammer tossing, w hit h In , nine instances I effecllte, but not pleaftug. wit, ti.u.pii unite for lls absence, the sen lug was one of the chief features After the severest kind of nlaiitu Barrett ant Rortt managed topull through but urn ertalntt as to the result pre ailed until Ibi- last er was scored The third game was also despetately pluted on both stSes. especially from the fifteenth lo the twenty 1rt ace Fur eight hands tbe ilever llaireit and Ins partner were retired without scoring. When ihe rcore stood " in ace " vial, colm whose hand was lu, inised on a low drite, and that slip up proliobli lort him the game. Barren arored the last iwn ares the Hull one belli.- by a sharply served ball to the left The longdlspute between viirlisel viorxu a tlgorous and strong limbed lialwii) lad, and John Ahern whole proud In beialledu Curkonlaii. has been voided and In laior of Vfnran, it was the third and deciding game between them, each hai lug won a game before. Tin rllultiof the day were r. Caaeyand.l I Broderlck 17 21 21-r.H Hr. SrailbandJ. Iieliue) ..21 111 10t7 r. Barrett and. V! Rort) ., 14 21 2-r,0 J, Malcolm aud J. Duliui, Ir .. . 21 in llr, Michael Moran 21 21-42 John Ahern .... :i n-is Major Carmoil) and I VI. Viohou .. .. 21 21 21-03 John (onuor and M I onerguu IT. Itl lo41 M ItorU ami T. I.tiiam 21 21 H -.',! James Malcolm ami lluh M.il, olm 18 17 2 1 -Ml .1. MiVlahon and (1 lamola . . 21 2n 21-112 lorn Connor and h elielly 18 21 in ai AT lot HTM.T' rolflT The old South Broi,kl)ii handball court was nlled with admirers of the guiiii oil Mltitila). and several goud (olltests were the n suit The , torts, I'eler Connolly 1 1.1. u-is) 21 21 20-112 ttlliuin luurlney 20 17 21-tW Denis lllordau 21 111-40 Jerry Dunne . 17 21-:w ,1 Connnll) and U slaiili'ii . 21 18 lll-f,H M l.enuoii and I' Power, HI 21 21-.13 Mike Maulon . , 21 21 Jh 1.1) rillll'nners '4 17 '.1 .',J M Hen man and II Wade 14 21 21-M1 J l-uiiJ Uurke . 21 II I -4I Miclmcllleck ... . 18 17-31 Mlvkiy Leuuun , Jk 2142 Col of tbo C'onrle, Caul. Billy Rose saj s I hat he w III surely duplicate Ids perlorminie of last irk wluu he next meeii Major Carmoily, The scrap willprubabl) take place lo mor row afieruooti, John MiF.tr,y. ihe " Itallprophy Pet," and I'rof roe Kins toinmeiited a mnich last week, but themediciue was loi setere ror 11 e fuiiuer, aud ho usked for a post ponement arterlhe rrl iuiik- It Is said that llinu-y Dunne slipped up and broke his slate theoihtrda). lie has Dii'l it repiilreil. Inttvever. and (an lust olpher out three games that he had luarkedoul, Oneurihrin with Iraut i'rcndergist, is sst down lor to- morrow aflerni on Among the visitors to the llrooklyn llamthnll null nn eatunley was James F.verelt. who twenty years ago we Phil caseyi partner us a match against Juines I Mrlen and vvilllaiii rotey nr Chicigo mr l uxiaside. The (.omllilons were the best of live games. In o'llrlen rouri in Chlisgo. snda like number of games HiLa,o's court, Douglass slreel Brooklyn. In the event of a lie the parlies were lo loss fori holre of court In another senea or game. Tlil was not necessary, howev r. as Cissy and hverett won th.-i e out of lite In Chit ago and Ihrec outer four in Brookl) ii. It Is claimed IhalKver. ett waspossessodot a left baud that bai never been equalled In acourt. Aldclplilans Honoring, Dr, Anderson. The Alumni of Adelpbl Academy tendered to Dr F..W. 0, Andersun.phy ileal director ot Ihe AdilphlOyrn nailtim, Brooklyn. and his troilier, 11 S. Anderson, buntiuet on Saturday night at Ibe Clarendon Hotel' Brooklyn. Ilciidei Ibe guesli of the night there were present 0. M Camp J. . (,raham, Jr . (I. A (lralitn. Ileorge c. Coon. Frederick Crane, chirlrs J Maclier. moll, II ) Vandorveer.W II Corneti Leouaid Brooks, ' L. Woodward. II. 1. Frail, r Munsoii. and K. f. lloewell. , . .. ,a . . Toastmoster Mnrpermott gate the sltnnl to I'reildent Brooks, who removed silken nag irom largo oblett lu Ihe lenlre of the table, rcieallng nuo llgure of Mer cury over three feel high whim gratefully pre. enled lo I)r Atiderion by President Brooks In the uniothe Adilphl Alhletio Associailon us a token of the love and eiteciu In wblcli Ur Ander.uu Is regarded by Ihe inemberi. A Uleappolnted Lot of Alhlefee, Yeslerdiy was the dsts let by Ihe Vlhlel It. rommltle of Ike Varna Uoal Club for tb opening "' tb est tilestto euon. When the bo)i gsllisrcd at tbe boatbouse, foot of rifiy-elghlU slreel, lla) rtnlge, Ihey fointl their track and ground In loo poor condition In attempt lo bold lb events. They wrru postponed until nskl San day, .Thamsmhsfs or the Wl.llamsburch Alliloile Associa tion gatiirreii at Ihelr meeting plai on fMUnien ni . enue and listened to ihe report nf the Ailiirtlo Com uuttee, who postponed the Mimlav ismss for the thlid successive week. The ilub will hold no upengauici this aeison. only ineuibers' events. The People Appreciate Security, Thssafsty appllAiicssund by the finusylvaola Ball-(eaacoiaatBwiuatliaitefuwttaror.-aur, - , ytyJJ Tykw-iTtr.'-f r-tfAv.fe--. .."atigtr S fairly well ostlmtd from what hat been onoby boats In tho class In seasons past, Incompnratlvoly smooth water and broerei whoro Itoancomfortabtyparryltssall.n beamy contrebonrd Is n very fast craft, and the new ononshnuld'benoexoeptinn tothomle; but In much of a seaway they slow up and tiro "not In It" with thonorrowerkeols. Tlioinoajerfltoly beamy centreboards, like tlio "t'nno r'ats'do bettorln heavy weather than tho ' splusliers." while for outsldn wor like that nt Marble head, and when it comes to n nue-dion nf reef lnu. thu .keels tako .their turn. What Is into of tho kcols should I o true of tho line. Mssachiisett Hay furnishes n crent variety of woather durinc the summer, nnd It will no trans It tho Meet cannot ho fully tested both In outside and Inside work. An other thlnit to bo borno in mind, however. In 1 ilcklnp tho winner Is thcblc nllonnnon which hpllBht-pnwerritl HerrosliolT productions will ako from tho hlah-powarcd Iloston boats. An. Allowance of three minutes or moro over a sovenorelpht mllocotirsnlsn blconc. anil n boat must do some tall salllnc In order lo civo It iticct'ssfully. Hut while ynchlsmon aro dlscusstnc Iho merits nod cliancos of tho hosts, and nvery one Is anxious to sen tho riicinc becln. tlie boats themselves are bolnc cradually put Into sliapr- lor tho early contests. In Dorchoster Hay tho ilerrcshoff ccutroboard and Mr. THE KLCUltO. 2.rl-r001i:n. BUILT BY nF.IlRFSHOFF TO BACK A0.UN8T THF. aARDtNF.R 2."l-rOOTFP. stprn post, nnd to this tlio rudder post is made fust. For linrbcam sho litis (rood breudtli iiciosr tho tiksTrn.lf. Hho has full water Unci and (lliiKoiml.s, and a curvn to Imr bow similar to n canoe or n raclnir worklnir bout. riie yacht Is tiuilt of ninhoitaiiy. and Is dniiblu-plankod Mio hnsn small rlii In fact. It Is notui lurcu ns on somo of tho 'Jl-footors. Hho Is 2,") fuot on the water line, mid was built forraclni; Thus far tho Ilristol firm has built hroi LTi-footors. lixcept for tho wntor-lino lencth, tho Ilristol lln 21-footers nro lirno lioallr of tlio sum" build ns the Ioniser boats. The midsection shows round and easy, nnd tlio bllse is sluck. The lip is nttiiched to the bot tom of tlio oik kocl by uncle burs, which to up through tho floors of tlio boat. TUB Ul-FOOTEns, Most ofthe now 21-footers nro afloat andaro being "tuned up" for ttio ruclnc which Ismioii tpcnnie. Infoi mntlon as to the i mil sliced nf tho lln-keoltioutn is vury meagre. The Dilemma, tliullp-t of tlmchvss. has been in competition only with mime of tlio local craft In tho witters around HrWtol. and few outsldo of hor owners nnd doslitnorn know wlint shocnnioiillv ilo. JI. 1. Ilotro-lioff cuIIh hor fast, beonuso sho h.is beaten somo boats whoso snecd was fully woll known None of thu now llns has, however, neon tried ucalnst boats, of othur types, and tlinuuh they unpearto ho fast.thcy may not bo to n lion put iilongsido tho controlmnraB In an lift mil content As for tho cetitrehoard, tho I robablo potinrmanca of Lo.its of this typo can Small s boat nrc bnvlnc occasional spins. It M'ptnstu he tho iri-nutal Imtirusslon of thoso who Imvo seen thorn that the former Is not carrylnii hor sail woll. whllo tho latter Is not dolim us L'opd. windward work as tho Ilristol crull. Tlio Mc ey boat Is bcliic trlod olt City rolnt. nnd. in tho opinion of those who havo watched her nnd calli-d on her. Is cnriyins her tdc sail plan very well, and is (joint: wiry fast. CoiiMdornblo outside lead, probably l.utHJ pounds, has boon furnished to hor, nnd this, with her crout bonm. should make an ex tremely powerful craft. V. r. Fowlo liflB hoon salllnc his cutter Sirocco under small sails only, but ho will noun put on tho ruclnc one. He Is well sntfsllod with his boat Tho Magpie Is also satisfactory tnhnr owner. The sntiio is true of Mr. Hob blnh V hnrnla. At Ilristol tho Benson and Dicelow fins will bo tried niralnst each othor. Tho foimor Is rondy. but them wns uumo delay in putting on tlio lultcrV lu.ids. Tlm Sydney Hurcosi cpntrobonrds should have a tilp before tho week Is over, and the Htowurt and lllrnoy splahor should bo out within ti'iul.tys. The hull ot the I'uine fin is nbotit llnlshed. Tho Waterhouse fin will not be teitJy for somo time yot. Tho I'lirtelow boat, hnllillnc ut Mnrlilclicad, will bo lauuchod this week, nnd tho Hunt lln lsafloat. Thero N considerable intorost to know when nny of tho new 21 -footers will rot tocethor In earnest. This will boat Hull on June 10. at Xuliuiit, June 17, and nt Marblehead. Juno 1H OAlttMEX MUbVUVttAQKU. The Unci. ward Season Inttrferlns With Their Work. A more dejet led lot of oarsmen Ii leldoin eeen than were those of the Harlem Biter yesterday. The losers In Saturday e regat a wer naturally out of torts and bemoaning the r luck, while the weather had taken all the vim out of the others In the forenoon many crew were on Ihe water and those who were fortunate to arrive At their boat houses before 1 I. M enjored a good spin. At each and eve y club house there was a la-ge attendance nf members, considering tb weather, but rowing with any degree of i oin fort vas out of tho question In tb after noon. There was one attraction on the river, how eer, to o!tset Ihe wet weather The Ilaantleas Itowlng ( lib had selected yesterday for their aunual opening, and had sent Invitations tooTeryclub In New Voik and llrooklyn and lh result was one nf the largest gatherings ot oarsmen seen at one clnb houss for many silsi. The Dauntless members bad made big prepara tions for the event, ah 1 the house was decorated with nags aiol Chinese lanterns. Th programme of enter tainment con-lsted of boxing, banjo playing, singing, club swinging and larilatlen. Tbe Kegaita ( ommlttee ofthe Passaic Riter Amateur How Ing Association have decided to extend the closing of entries to their lletoration Pay regatta toWednes. dot. All entries malted on thattli) will be accepted. The Taiapsto .Navy lutte selected oaturda), June J&, as the date for their annual regatta at Baltimore. The Old Hrn'rlx Cudrr s Nets Name. Bo. ton. M i) 11 That fait til fooler, hitherto known as the Beatrix. Is now in I aw!ey's hsiuts to he uttered. VI hen sho Is again in tomtiiissiim Ihe name Harpoon, with its lucky seven letters and ' dojhle o " will be found upon her stern The alterations will he mainly to the lead and the tentrehoard, A steel board w elghled with lead will take the place of the resent wuoileu one, and will carry two tuns of metnl. stifticltnt lead will be taken from tbe top or tbe keel to inske up for this added weight Anew mainsail, somewhat larger than Ihe present one. and with a longer gaff, sill be the old) important change In the salts It Is hoped to hate the bust in readluess for the bastern race at yisr blehead on June 1H Of hi! sail In the boat a week ago Just after she was leunreil, tleprge Adams sale "Wo had a splendid sail andlikethe boat very much She handles eaeilv. Is stiff ami weaiherly and points high, and this in spite of the fact that he' centreboard was Jammed and louldu't be lowered lor irtilelng I think we could sail her sufficiently w ell without any hoard at all, though 1 am told she ii little harder on her helm with tbe beard tipthniiwiih It down " The 1el,rs Adams, her owners, ill take the Harpoon on the New Vork cruise and titer her In all Hie races but It is not probable thai.they w in go around Hie Cape before that time. Yacht ut C Itf Ielaad. The yacht yards at City Island present very busy scenes V.. M. Fulton's steam yacht Oadabout Is hat Inge new cabin put In at Hawkins's yard She will be repainted this week, W, Weston's cutter Wcuonshhai been thoroughly uvarbauted nd Is ready to go into commission The famous cutter Clara I as beenpsiuted and launched h-X't'omtnudore Itobert Centrr's culler yiedusa Is belrg put In shape. Among other yachts being put In condition at this yard are (.eorge Work's sloop Mist hlef, Stephen viasson, Jr'saloop Pnrtlv.lt Cemer'a sloop Allte, the lUtter .North Mar, and sloop Bichmonil W.ti, Tltlany's sloop Ventura has had e new keel nut on and tier stem lengthened el iliibcrlsou s vard inner )athts being overhauled lit ml yardarell VI Heed a sloop r.tlchre, W, Coggeshill's sloop helple, and Ihe sloop yjeivimi 1'iepgrasls husy at work on E M Pickens's schooner Watelrest, S U Hustelf. Jr.'s schooner Tioga Alexsli derlali land's yawl Monleclto, A L. seminar's itoup Banshee, ti il Porters cutter Clrpe, H. haiidersuu s yawl Nonpareil, and Archibald Kogere cutter Bedouin i.eorge h) les is nttlng nut r. H, Norton's stsamerio landed Meieneon a steamer Pharos J Harris's s'oop 11) sllc, and Ueorge V assar. Jr.'s culler Hlplt, YachtlBB tsasalp. Tb Portland Yachting Club will late Hi annual crulienekt Friday. Among Ihe yacht! l)lng t nobnrnar N'ew HocliiUe are T. C. Ljman'i CAtboeriloctor. Henry Doicher'i s'oop Wecoiiilah, H, Cooper's catboat Proteus, ICugeue lainhden's sloop Twlllit, Jxw'el Ilrnthers' tat No Na ue, M, J Booaey'i iloop Elaine, C. W, Vo'tz's cat boat Ida, J. II Kyiey'ecathoatlleau. II. S, Myers's , loop Kephant.W J swnit'iiiaphihalaiineb Chirr) JJltimoiof, and I. t'ohn i ilnon BelU Commoiliire A'lbott hai ippolnted Mr, T Taxon Fleet Captain for Ihe season, iha Kev. Mr, Cannl), the rector ot Trinity Church New Kochrlle, has been ap pointed ( haplain. end Ur. Z. ., Lewis has lit en ap pointed Fleet Burgeon. Th slituinuual regatta nf the New Itnrhello Club will hi sailed on July -t The lie gatta Committee Istomposed of Kdwird II. riturgis, . W. uchoonmaksr, nd 1. J. Kraakel Theeo-foot sloop Kurybla owned by Charles l'ror will not go In commission thu ) ear Mr l'ryor Intends to make a long Ir.p llirougli th Western Mites tins summer The Archer, Mr. P- T Smyth's Capo rat boat. ha been launched, nml is ready for th season The sloop ) acht Ada B has been purchased b) the lls v. Rcberi K tamer of Salem Baptist Church, New Itochel'i. she win go In Loinmliefou this week, ana will be known In the future as Ualst The sthoonrr BeVcc, Mce Commodore I", M, llsus ling, will co In commteslon to-dv denrge A Nsrkelt's cutter Merlin btibein ni erhaut 1 at Klssam's yard Nw ftochclli she will go in torn mission tuli week V Ice Commodore Morgan steam yacht JaTelin Is l,e Ing fitted out at Fori Jeltersoii, tapt. Harry I taien is lurharge The schooner yarht Hanger, owned hi Mr. Panlil It VanNostrand Is being ntrmauled In houtli brookl) u , on Jan. l.Mbe.lniaka Bay )aeht t lub was (otiui I hy ssteral nromliisiu llrooklymles and i nunli s meeiliigln theclub's iptarlers al Caiiarslr, whr-ctle members watched the downpour inieid of issnig tlirir usual rnjojable sail over Ihe w Hers ol Ihe la) there were oter .1 hundrid active men nrniVd in me membership book of the ilub, n phenomena! .vinttii, but due laigel) to tbe luogrraslvo spirit iliap'ai'd by Ihe oftlisrs of ihe club. The Hcgaita I'nininnire an nounced that Ibey bud completed urrsnreiiiinis for the opening regatta of the giub, which wi.l i ccur on Memorial Par. Tbe starting gun will boom on Hie r rival of the lo A, M. I rainrrom Brooklyn ami ihe etent wlllocrur. rain or shin It promises to be a sum sst ul undertaking throughout. If th entliu-lssm shuwntid bilng developed jmonf the dub's ruks Is any cri terion. . Th Brookl! u A, V.'x I.wal "Hlu;." The last monthly tsg athletln entertrlirornt of Iho Brooklyn Athletic Club will occur ou nest filJs) nlgbt. Tlierewlll b series of profrislnnslbniliig bouts, In lersperied wtih clirir isblbllloui br note I thleles, The chief attractions will be three sis round contests between the following ldi: Heavy, weight class Mlka Roach nt Kddle Watkluil spsolal wilgklrlan Frank Klebe and John Oearyi ijseclal bantam. wslgnl class, 110 pounds, kllko Blatlery nf llrooklyn and Mike HUH giuolrb Emsrald Club! also a balll roiaj tutwisn fltl vll)jjvwac9l?rtaboir, f. . , A BIQ TUVHXET SOOX OVEU. Tha Htroa-Rte rnr the t'haisiptnaahlp Tl III Knit m Frldnr. Whllo only five moro nlchts' frames remain to be plated InTiiK Hun Individual champion ship tournnmont.lt Is likely that tho winner of the first prb will not bo decided until tho final ball Is rollod on Friday. Tho record: A'-ie.es. lr.m, 1a4. rlTtet. To I'lit" Thura Id 'i t 2 hahlsdnrt . .1 I J 1 Lehrbach u !t 1'J 1 Faces M 4 1-! ! Klbbel ... H 4 1. 2 TByne ? r, u i Wllkens it (1 1J 'j flerdes ... ft 7 1'J 1 Jaulsen . i r. 7 1J 2 chwack . r 7 I J 'J llolden n 7 13 filter. . .... A 7 U rercks .1 II 1J 'J Cordis it Ii 1J 1 Winter 3 10 U 1 INDIVIDUAL AVEIUOES. I f M M M lefhtbucU 47 Ittft 213 7.1 8.TH0 1M 223 Ihnm 47 lT.'l 224 H7 H,7J lHi V47 KitbM f.7 17. ' 2 11M I0.4.MI IH2 i'7 UnMen 47 1-M 2JI 18 H41.1 1?H :M1 KftMiitorf 4(1 181 22 i !' H.17 177 -' M riinii . r.-i ir2 vr. in u'.or, itu 2it nillvMH ("I ir.4 2.ttl .117 1.01.1 17l I'l t Kucltn nj 140 I'M 7 1 in .MH, r.H VJT Chvck-.f5 M 271 12J 1MU1 175 2J0 Thynu 4H 115 :,rtr) in.-, K'JH't 172 211 HerAf M 1.nn VH7 l!t7 1211 170 21.1 l-tC'rkK Si IIS 27' l.'.'i HH4.I 170 a.l. W inter 4it i: 2J4 131 nyii Kti 22.i or Ir 4.1 11 'J iiii 11 h 7..H t I m 1'in littler ,.4M JO:. 210 l.V HiMtO lt7 .01 Id JlfOMT'f OiHK. R'ttcr. Cfrrlet. nnd Kthbcl will b the rnntPHlfintR in Tnr Hi linltvldiirti rliAiiintoiiiMp loitrnauivnt nne nt trie (erumi)i Aniol) Koumi u I leys tu ntjfht. The lllojcle Trudr. Tht weatlier t.miiijr tbo past ucfk hm ticen .i nerlmi ilrnw-birV to bio j etc cie'e. Tlif rnillnc biiihifini has born al n ttaniUltll and the re Int. buitlntM er) Outl. Tie Ainrl an Ormomle (c'e ,nniinn) no liaie nn alilltional rMinv nratlein), M)sl20, tn IliPir oiTf nt 2 0HI lsc mtn a f n tic. In the r two ichools flt. I tj Mruitore, uip In rrnel&nt AUctnlanrr.a.lIie)' rp;ort yuu businra In number. .Itmo, nnl t'retcrnt whorl rimrba.1 iloilfreyof II barren atrret Is iMinhin! the loeUi'ieumntic tired wheel, nhtch rctalUat ffl5 It Ii mini with the wcllltiHwii Tllhmrliiift tire A no. el nh fine Iims nrU'lnnteU w th a nror.Ujn denier. Tie New ork II1c cle AuMctit li sueanco ('ttinia'iN hB been oritKtilo I ntilch afreeatn inurtifi rttlfr'a w heel ad-mnst tu (.Menial break life Tornnu riir for JH This Iniurnnce cnvern pur.ctuten nnd burstlmr of pno n mat c tlrei Ihe M a in (.ood, awl the coiiiihii v. Ill uiniuerstiouatily do a hui bii.lnfitii At the tieadinir.crt of the I mplro blrjcl Cntnpari) at 1" Mtirrn tvtrcet, and the llnnilltun slme nt I.onoK iwenue and 124th street, diamond frame. hirli-pr'1o safety lii a are offered at exreptlonallv Inwiirk' heeln of nil make nri hnndlrd The MaiibHttiiii yie Cumjmn) a instruction depart tnent nt 2fl Ktirhth atnur in charire of tbo "ill known Itmit dtvtanre ruler trunk Albert Tina firm make a .petialtv of leprtlrinic pntuiimllc tires The) handle nil thr hUli tiruile ulieeln Tlie pontilHr Arrolhe nmd whc?U tltted with cutditon and isnlld tlren are handled by John Thornton 4 Co nt 41 Mercer atrtvl. Mtftr. I'rok 1 Pnydr or 12'l Namuu ulreH I ni o t vo hundred $ki Hnfetlea tn rtork which I lie ur aeiilnif fo. $00, The abtihir tn stMt k a ntinibir ot $4iJiafetim m hlch tliej are rvtalHnir at S2i Uitllnm Wood the inp ilur llarlin aportlne pom's dealer Ih hanallnit all ifratlen nt hlcvtlt-s at 2. Wnl ll'ith nireet A. ii tpA'dliiff A Rrotheraof 241 ltrondwn rennrtblir pa es on tlm Victor nhiun and pnenm iflc tired wheel tl e ( reilenda ci b ilou and pin iiiitiitic an I tho Nonpareil coli I tlreil b1rclea TIip Nonpareil nnd ( re dLiitlaHnrc tho in'-ct pnpul.'jrbojn wheels nn the market. Hnme bartrainn In new utnl becond hand uiounia will be fptind nt7 Western Honlenrd . V Mattl in londiit iinir a er successful bicjrlc acmlemy at Adelphl Mall, Uruadua) and Hftj aocoud atreet T'i Popo Man lfrtctiirlin; nun piny, at 12 Warren street, aro mernin with orlars for their pneumatic tir(l Rafet w hfe'n Tlie .eor" II llldwclirycle Coin pa n of .tint nnd :.K) West I-If t tiinth utrcct itrr? turning out t xnert blcj. le rldera from Ihelr ucadeiut enh wick TlnrTmirM wheel, fitted with tliv (Thomn-) MldweU pneti.un.li. lire Is vr popular They nr puiiliii; nut nil ex rellent inatltine the student which they ill. w lib Ihelr popular pneumatic lire at 912" Metsn hchnert1nir Dalv jt dalfs of .tt2 Kruadway art MlHn amue of their Iad.es' nnd gentlemen model Gale w heel at reduced prices. Plceou FlylnK for Itccord. The first trial for the Kojal Bluo line s prle and the Btotkkeeper I'up ode red for the best fpred from ISO miles or over, was Mrranged foresterday, but the tkles were lowering and the wind contrary, so the start Mas deferred to thiamorulnfr. The eutr is from the loft of Harrj Ooodh). I'ro.l dence, from eeten of the fourteen loftsof the Kboda Island redvratfon, aud the nine birds of Harry ) Thurston of Fall HUer, that made the wonderful Jour ney from Bridgeport Ut Mondaj. All go in the inmi d.rectton, and are In competition for the same honors, but all are not to te ktarted together. Time and again last year Tin. Hlh called attention to tbo fat t that of the maoy birds from the game place liberated the aame mornlDg. the last '( go were the first to arrive at home, but each owner wishes his birds to fly "unhampered bv others" The order f Mart tho same morning, but ntdilTerent times, is fixed lv tha order In which the entry Is made The tlrst htartto-da) in b MUi Lulu. Barbara, and tha Maid of Harry (ioodli, nt I o'unrlc; the second, tha rwobaHkeifulsfni'ii tho 1-ederalloii lofu at u lf; tha third. Larkv andJiui uf t.oodby'a team at U:dO. and fourth, Uiikiufton Marti and the rest of the Thurston nine. The distance tn rail Kner la about 160 miles; to III1IKI.IIC. MUIIIII ..nr. OtlierJiiurne)sfiirloda under the American rules and in Cfiuipe'itlrn with the turds fljlnir friim this city are tlie villtnn Vlais birU. to lie started trum Altianv. distance l.iui1lrs and'.) th llellev lew Club or I'lilla delplila entry frinii tiilenton Vlil , KKl inllei The Helevlee rate wl.l lie practically two, ni tlie male and female birds are tu le liberated with a half hour diner nice In the start . . Ibe set en birds fiftliM lirst leant nf .tnseph Slallord are entered tn rly fmiu Vlailisnn Miuare t.ardeu Tueaday atloclnck In ibe lot are the infuntr. Hilly a. and Kmh. both hau bed since Jan 1 tbeilav the certified les-liAlids the both wear wire made. Tbelr Journey is for a bold uiiun the Illaiia lower voiiinrsler 1 rlre If Ibe birds arrive at liouo tbe Journey will he on record as bj the onnitest. and m III he at the earliest date at which birds wearing bandu ot the jear wen ever liberated lu ajourtiey tor rccotd. Willi Trap and Trlcgcr. The second meetliiB- ofthe Pexter l'ark TrAnShootlne teauue will be heldou Tuesday al Ilcsler I'srk, when the Crescent fiin Cluh. Fnieral I t.uu Club, I uknoun lluu Club, l'arkia l.uu Club, tlleuirore Hod aud Oun (lub 1 Inileu Urine tlun t lub, and the Maureiran Oua Club will ioiniete for the Louis Vllller prles Tlie lalcou l.un Club one of the olilut shuotinir or vanlzatlonson l.iilur Islsn 1, lll hold in hrteeuth an mini nieetinr at the Merchants' Club, houtli Tenth street llrooklvn. on Weilnesdaj June 1. Vs the same Hoard of i.ft cere Imve ilireilvd IheH'Inlrsot tie elub sinie its fiiriustli u It Is hardt) e,Mte I that achalue w ill he i wide in the elei Honor ottli err il ibe met tuiir. Tht member of tlie W mri'tii tlun Chili will j,ay a visit tn reltiallivllle eli lielrr I oiuil on Ilei nri lion liiiv ,iinl liold n shoot lor a 7"hl lunlnl stib-crllied f, r b) tliu i 1 lb heiinl nistel en will be il ot off at Ibe sane meeting- T V Hm knrr and 1 Ilreiinan will ehn.t amatiliM tea Inrils. twenl mi vnrli rise, lor f'.'.asde M hellllel) Hit I I I' ltd roil will iiUo hnl a msllll sho, t Hltwentj tlie lunls eai'ii for f.'l a si le. ill i'r 'be mnie ronilltlnlis W II llrlr kllir and 1, Johnson will have another maim al twut) live birds eSillfor I Mjslakeon the sellie itati the losers III have Ihe plrauro of pa) lug fur II , birds snoortM. ristrers ioi rue ens Turslav Ths set ond meetinr 'f the Hester l'nrk Trao Mioolmir lianue at In vler Park Uedtirslas-The illeniuure I ' 1 mil 'iun Club, at "inu'redal'-Th First iirrinin l.un I luh at llexler l'ark melirde the itlinii. Ii latil t.i u t lub, Hest I.ndyround. C. ne Mimd lln I nds tri'lil Tnel n len uruit hull t lub at Deiler l'ark, hiitird) the Se lircclliiiiii Club, si HoodUwn l'ark, iiraiiivtiil, lln li'rbi tolled Hliilcx l.riisue of .Itblrtle t'lnh. The I nilrd Him I 'k '" Allilctlc Clubs has not wl hern urniaiifiil!) oririn'ril nnd rumor Ins It lb it tlm prnjert Is eitrrn il) likei) to rail tbroiiitb, Fnd-e-nk h -terns of 1'etnul Is authority for tl estate inmt Hint the si I i e u jrscllr nllj dead, and Vr. Meirnslsu celit'ennii who uniernlly kiiimi what ho l talking-Moult In th s ease lie was on tbe Inside, and bo sits that I're-lirii I. wiliium .lanssen has hiiouie dlsi'uradilandilri ! ilnndna. Ihe jiliiit. Mr Jul, si.ru unssieiianeiii the .iinjrcfeii Saturday, tlitwasunisuvll) rill iiil III has uhelieil a sportliiK !ri, 1 nun mil """ full I'l'sf up lite luisiness would inuriKS nil hl lillenlloll Hlld that hi would 1 ue .itil" lime tu'luoi. lo iihltitlt. matters. Ile saw no ressn.i b) the leai'iie sh'iul I nm be orianlrril. and would alnavs Ii Inl lilsalHi" lint as tar as acthe par lleinsll'in willl, Hist oniithi r milter Ile refused to answer the '"inl b nnk nuenlon whellier the chi me w i dud If mi drdui lion can lie made from Mr. jjiiisrii smellier it is ttrlaliil) not very inuctj allie. . Jlrlninnul (.'licit ' ntral, Ths third (f-us of o,ii"lt lliroin for the champion, s'lipof theTwenl) third ward, under Ihe manairutuent of the liainr Club, look place j esteriUy fternoon on Ihe WTIH lilt of Hie atovecluli, ITIit street an J Dos lenatenie rie remit was as follonsi Urst eanr. brtweeu.1 M I ul er ami Ml, Ham W leirand, reeuli.d in lie fonuer w nii'iiir bv a icon of al tiirintul 21 in u. The second k'si e e. hetneeii i eure fchuekler mid I herles lel neulil Ttie First hilt was (inly pliil ed re s lllliu in tl" lormer wniiilnir hi n scor, nf JI lo 12 Maui then teRun tufa I and the jiiuiii oie pusiuued. Cldde unit I'ncl of Nport. Tbe picnic and itameinf thl Hoht. II vis I'loneer Corps will b I en! at Celedoansii l'ark Jersey it) lliifhts, oaUrroraiiou IU) May IA The llorleni Turn Vereln i anenhlbltion jotsrUr alteiniiou aud eveiiiuif si lUeir hall, .'Hi Last I'.'lUi Street The bull was well filled with Irielids of Ihe rrholiri 1'ruf. A lllshoit, vrlo has chsrve it th, daises as welt pleased with ihe exhibition of his icholsrs WiLsrssinis. May 11 I'addy llurke end I'artdy 1'arks wo local Imiiiers. envsired in i serious ftatbt nt Flams lust nlKht Tb rattii look plaie in ha, i, ami frm. dttperal rounds liud been fnurut wuni sotueons cried ilere cntnes the priest i" fhero was wild scramble tn esiape from the place popiejump'.'t from upstairs windoes and ant a yoml shaking u-j The rlirbt.rs maile tbelreicape, ton. The) wore nothing but their lights, and they led tome of inur blood in tlmr trarks. After tbo nlac bd been clered II w as disoov. ndtbat tlier rhlllps bad not come en the scene, but a UMiinaer Irani nil bcun. Ths mess.nj.r was requested to take tbe names of ihoai ptntal, a lb SrietH4liJtiW9!idproucul,ttliepill, . j ULACKBVnXK ,D LAUCKR. The t'onrlllloo of tlie Ureal t'hesa Vint eh, London. Jfny 'J2. Tho followlnff urc tha main coiulltlon a tlie cIiom inutrli to lip cam 1 tnunct'il to-morrow liottvcon Ulitekburiio ftnj , LnFkr: . Stukpt. X.r0 nslilti: ltcnmotiip, drnvm not CdiintlriK': tlnin limit. tlilrtbcnninvon rrr hour; litny liioninntivnra to-morrovv ut llm Ilrltih ('Iipha('IiiI). itntl to tiroceiiil ilally. WrdnKnilm nril Sumliiy ovonkul. troui V!i:ltol till il..ui. nml fr.iiu 8 till llt.'iOr. M.. tiirueorttnlln. Ilii'il Butiip. Tlio titakeholrlor In W. II. Cui.. cull, tlio TiKiiKtiror ot the HHtlsli rhc-M Aran. ol.ttlnn. ntut I ! umpires, (.lenrito Notvnc. M. IMVililont it tlio llrltlsli riiojs L'lub. nnj Thomas llovvitt. Vlfo-I'rpehlont. now i.ii'sctwrr. fc:itn:t: Tlie Rnn er lite l-'om-leenlls Came nf tha I t'hiimtlonalils i. heea If alrb, Appnntleit la tho full wore of tlio c.uno ai ' onntostrrl lipttroon l.lpsclitltK nnd l;hnwalter 1 on rlntilrtlny: 1 imirtTRrNTH ihme-tikksa onvisn Lirsi hi rz. sunirAnKt, Limcnrrx. sen. ins. ll, li'i'L Hoi' It .it ) P-K 4 I'-K 4 2.1 B-O 'J R-B 4 I kl-t,' 113 11-114 2R-ktl2 II til 41-K4 .'111-114 KI-KI1.1 .'.. i-K Klsq It-lilt 4 1' U.I I'-UI (III tl 111 I III) Urn.) r. M-113 r-nn 211 n-oM 11-Usq II Css les Cas'lei 27 1'-it 5 K-asn 7KI-K3 n-KMO tH I'-R 4 KtlH.1i 0M H P-ll ,1 I'-Ol 2H-Haq !): liI'lP I'll' 30K-KIS1 B-K 2 10 n-M,i 11 x ht I h .Him. 11 f x It U-UJ .11 II SI so Kt-P 3 I2K-M2 Kt-ll.l .1ill-ii.,l KtMl-l4 I.IH-H2 -')', ;ilht-V'- KtB q 14 Kt-hin Ki-04 ttt'-Ktn rxp 1.-, KI-1.4 l-hi !K I'M' 0-B4 12II111I11) (llnillll.) ,'kl ll-K 3 P-4KtS il'-yil4 Kl 113 'tiO-QIUd 0-" lTR-KKtaq I'-H 4 3HI-rill 0-K4 1H Kt-Kt.t K1-K3 .'l:l Kt-ll si Kl X I" III P-o Kit ItIll IflHlKI QxB 20K-Rsi I'-Hr, 41 O-O an U-Q4 V inn mlii ! 11 h. N ni ) 42 O-Kt 4 11-B a a LMK1-K4 II-It I l.'IBlKt Brill. 1 J2 l'-ht4 Il-h II q I M'ed Jlti: FOVIt-ltAMtKIt VOOT. MATCH ISB It la ss Battle Tor lsioon u Well na Mosver. H Mtli Cluiniiilnii lie Ore In Fine Fore. B loivers of pnol are likely to obtain contiini n)ojinenl H from Ihe big lour hauiUd match that Is to becln la H Tauiinnnr Hall nu next Thursday nlxht and brine tn- 1.1'lhrr Ihe four Icndiiu pnol expcrle of lh world. rhampion ne Omi nnd Charles Manulni; pitted aiainst H AlbsrtO I'ouers .mil John Werner The Pnwery bo H knnii Werner iinder his old ilntnn'ji ntcknsuie or " Ilulch Hans" rliei'liii nnl'in and vlaitlilnaarediiiK siiine tall priictli'e pla) ntirlitlr at . inn's Acaileray in I'ast I ourteeulli street, the t'nauiplon exbibltlnsr p - ticulariv kood lornt. H It Is Ibe in. l lime since the death nr Albert Fret lh boy expert, that 1. olhamlles have had the proruiie of a .H. reallv tine exlul lllon of profrsslonnl skill at pnnl. ant Vi the uiali h cntie.iueiitlr lias atttacteil Iheatlenllon of B billUrdislsnr the utlllrtlc "inj socixl clubs and parti's W of theae eutliiis'aeta hare been male up to w eo tbe hallle Tliu iiiutih wilt last Ihroiieli Tbursdey. frldai. and Rntiirday. block nf 21 0 bills brlnx played nn ea b nliTlit rhe inntch is forl 1K. the lamest atakeeier ployed for at hall pool m the country, and, furthermore, It is asserted thntlt la atiiatibfnr 'b nod," tbe rival H team. IihvIiik some old Kni'lT" tn vett oter the areea H cloth liihaKo money la up on Powers and VV enter. H New Vork spm 1 imr men are tistkluir De Oro and lan- H lilnir The lulling at I resent Is about even, ' Brooklyn Furniture I COMPANY. 1 GREAT CHIFFONIER SUE AT HALF PRICE. Mgss5SSss3pS3B $S.SO V For this 911.00 ChllTonler, Solid A- I tlq no Oak ; perfect In every way. THE LARGEST STOCK, ' I THE FINEST DISPLAY. I BROOKLYN FURNITURE GO,, I 653 to 571 Fulton St., I BROOKIYW, Iff. T. 1 porUnmn'ia (Sootlj, , "' Cilo0ue freo. 3' Broadway. N. Y. f? $90 Safeties for S60 ArTToT5lfe.AsffnV Weliave purehssed JO0I-ie. SiMsy&Lit Villi Hall brln8sfstlss.tWJ. ' Lntwl wfe!t-i cushion Ur. roaverlibt for &7M7 vEyhN ladles er (entlemrn. Tbss t I jnr - -Viliji w heels formerly sold for two, H atid urs now o.tirrd at this special price feraehort pe B COLUMIIIA lUCYCJLKi. I AM, KINDS IN fcTOCK. B ioii: firG. co., m 18 W.lKltr.V NT.. NKWr YOMK. -. C Credenda Bicycles, $90. S w ." o A hlirh ft-rad macblM I ? $4VAiV.G. SPtLDINO 4IR0I, I ip.r"jr.viuH II4.rs.lltr.ll t.MI (llAMANTiiKp. Mk Aliinskre iin'iiiiiiui trathrrs'ono. Dunlap. HidweU- Thouiss .- l' 'iricaml I'ackin, Co, Tllllnibast, o, 4.1 fun iiiluii en I all tbers ... ( Initruiil'ius " "'" "i hlctrle rldlpaby rrnk Albert, W' profi-ssii nm Us nuo champion bicycle rider of tb W ""'' M.MIV'rr.N t'YI'l.E IO M "I Hih it. near .Mil it M jjj&m LAWN TENUIS K jljiiii!r;wrrl CV 1$ C'::ii :ilv5eal Kllliapf Hie Uisaae .-. g ffkicrrlnii3 Hieiii xiiiuuat to fin. . I'll K. A' SN kllKK. I0 .Nss (., K, V. fc? $40 Safeties for $28 I orHS ?ffl5. We have purenaeed thuntiri WtfZisZhQSi&A attK.1. of Huyl' ulld Ur on- P-T&s-I t?fll panel Kafetli. itl In wheels V'!Tjy' V'iKii The slock is limited CalUI once. VJ1T .'0 i-asy tsrta payments If desired. I'lt'K A 1 llllll. MH Ssss ski , ' ltHH I IKIIIf.. T Thevrnodpnrt House, upper ntdof lovk llnpatroni, I will be open lor lb acoomuadallvn of auelers Decor. tlouUny. ilusilscsnrsly un cood boat. bundnce or . belt. aud. iklllsd (Uld.s. For I''lfcr.M'"'"!i' t Y drisg . T1I0MAJI aaluHl. . K 1 $&nbM.lv&''t M