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J. gga rznnrBTKXT good hat Btiomt vk or tub irnw torkb. ffu Dr Ahe's Brown A(nli IJ)bBaet-sTd LI Brookljr Defeats Claelaaatl Whlo. lit ten, Pkllaaslphlss, llalllmors, aaa Boston Iff k Other WlBstrts A New Catcher for W Maw Tforkt Ursnlm of Other Dames. .' Crooklrn and rhtlndslprtla have temporarllr I Awn w7 from ths other. And have first pfiet uetwssn them. Five other teatns nre so etoss behind thom.howaTer.lt Is doubtful It therwllibe allowed to fight for the lead nnr I. length of time. The foature of the second half Ittbebellleerent attitude of the ltaltlmoros. J The srstwhlls meek and lowlr Orioles, who I re footballs for the other teams In the first f bait, have lately been distributing kicks I nd cuffs with Impartial conerosltr. and are now one of the four teams tlid for third place. The Bostons Appear to havo waked up to the faot that hamptons do not look well near the bottom ot the heap, and are now sarambllne upward. iAeontlnuanoo of the recent fine work ot tho J (Raw yrk tem w111 uroJr DUt "' youngsters I WP around the head ot the procession. Yes U terfay's games resultod as follows) m , tr Ter. Ml St. Iots. 4. 31 tUMklrn. 8; Cincinnati. 3, W' rtUaJalphla, 10 I Cltvttana, . H liltlnon, Lonltrtll, 8, V J Boston. 7t Chleate, 8. Y Washington, 7 rittSBtrta. . I mi RECORD. 1 aK snakAA Jr. O. One. Was fMt,-Jr. n. fl aEoHn7T jso Now York... a a .871 V 'HllsatTvlila S S .760 Boaton , 8 B .878 - eVastllniUn. 8 0 .028 LonlTlil... 8 8 4178 -i LaMlaior. 8 8 .025 rittaoiirin.. 3 6 .288 CtsslnnaU.. 8 0 .028 Chicago. 2 II .280 6Cflna 8 U X26 at. Louis.... 1 7 .125 WEWTOBX. 12: BT. LOUIS. 4. fo-wtTs's llrolr youngsters cavo the Drowns another hard trouncing yoBterdny, and did It lIT a manner that was highly pleasing to tho iK088 persons present. To start with, the bat IfEg of the New Yorks was heavy land dlsoour IMlng to the St, Iioul fielders. Ualvln, Oloitson, .find Oarutliers all tried their hand at ourving Che ball away from New York bats, and while Carutbers was luoky enough to Ret through the last three Innings without serious damage, both Calvin and Oleason wero sTPUshlr handled. The pudgy Ualvln started itae game, but when Crooks added up the hits L HI tho close of the third and found the gentle ) fames had been touched up eight times for aleven bases, he ooneludod to permit the fat iltcber to retire to the shades ot the dressing ifoom. Moron was then summoned to play In the field and Oleason went Into the box. He 5ot along swimmingly In the fourth, but In the Wftn and sixth ha bumped against trouble. UriioQrke had lust made a hit In tho sixth, Brhen Olenson laid the ball down and started walk off the Held. He was prevailed on to Ktnaln In the box until Oaruthers could re ftlace htm. JfTor New York. Rnsle eontlnued to pitch as E ifQy the Llg bor from Indiana can. ilut for i AMoldenf In the sixth It Is doubtful If the I Irowns would have scored a run. (Jleason. 1 rao waa the second man at bat. drove the lau straight at llusles face. He put up his I land In time to break the force of the ball, I mittfltruckhlm overthe eye and broke the f iu up. to that time the Browns had not I ituto hit. but the ollp on the eye seemed to lEasttls ltusle. lor tho visitors got four hit qhofei the Innlpit closed, and these, aided hy a ranid pttoh and two errors by Busle. yielded laUior runs. After the sixth Busle settled down IK work acaln, and waa as effective as over. ffiU suuDorf was of the aame snappy, gingery Lfiharacter that has marked the past week'n rtay ot the team, ana the spectators showed linelr appreciation by constant applause. ri Jn the Qrst Inning Burke went out at first; lait H, Lyons shot a safe one downthe third ftjit Une, Mter Buokley had muffed Tier rKa's fool fly. the latter lined a single to right. IX Lyons lilted a fly for Olasscook to take. Isyoyle rat pod a hard one to left that Olassoock (ton Ilea, and Lyons and Tlernan scored. KPfionrko) pounded out a triple to right centre Spd Doyle soored. Boyle's out at first ended EjKi lanng. rrXheNnwIoriyimada tree with Calvin's de- llrrery agalp in the third. H. Lyons opened jnth a stngle to left and took, second on Tier- riraas sacrlflca. IXLTonss single to left sent rSTLyens to the plate, but the runner failed to Jonah third, and waa declared out Doyle's f two-bagger to left eentD. Lyons home, and L&BourkVA Single to centre helped Doyle to lihe plate. CBourke was nipped trying to take tiMond on a throw to the plato. fLThen Oalvln drifted out of the game. The ' ftrw Yorks startfd on Oleason in the flflh. Burke opened with a bass on balls, and would aave been out at scond on B. Lyons grounder U ftnknnr. but tli latter made a low throw. .ffternan hit snfnly to right and the ottomans were all ooeupled. D. Lyons was urged by the erowdto knock tha balfover tbelonomotlves in the L platform. He waa willing, but rifd not get a, ohanoe. as he was sent f.to Brst" on balls, forcing Burke to tho Iblate. Bailable Corle smashed a sln- ?klo to left, and H. Lyons and Tlernan Fashed home. O'llourke went out at first, and n Boyle's grounder to Crooks. D, Lyons was I tupped at thoplate. Busle got to first on balls. temdBlugger Fuller rapped out the single that ranabledDoyle and Buvle to come home. Burke Larent to bat the seoond time In that inning and i sVndod the fun with a foul fly to Buckley. 1 There was more exoltemen in the sixth. H. Lyons got a base on balls and took second on a ' "ieeed oalU Tiernan's ground eacriflce put Lyons on third. D. Lyons was sent to first on ' tails, and Doyle's ground saorlfloe sent H. Jyons home. O'Rourke's fourth hit of the came landed D. Lyons on the Plate. O'Ronrke k ras thrown out at second. That ended New Hfort's soorinc. , , Thsra was not a gleam ot hope for the I tlrowna until the sixth, when Oleason mode a kBa.se hit oalnst Busies eyebrow. Crooks got I i base on balls. Olassoock. Carnthers. and WBrolls singled, nnd thee", aided by a wild rfltoh. a muff, and a bad throw by Busle. t fielded four runs. The score : VBV TORS. ST. VGVM, iHrka.dbw..i i 2 i l O'n.tt.p.r.ti l 1 o 7 UTLTon. o, f.8 -J O o o Croon, 2d B..1 0 4 8 0 , ftorun. t..2 2 0 0 0 Wtrilen.lstbO oil 1 o I J), tTOM. S b 1 6 2 1 OUueock, 0.1.1 18 4 0 '.'PotIo, 0.......8 2 0 2 0 Fr'th'n.r.f-p.l 1 1 o O 1'iyBoarko.l.f.d 4 0 0 0 Brodlo. o.f....O 12 10 rfoTM.lMb..i 010 2 o Wnknoy.Sdb.O 0 111 k Lvriija. w. o 0 2 12 BuckKr.o o i a i IaUor,7a.a.O 1 4 U 0OlTin.r 0 O 0 l o Uotsd. J.I....0 0 0 0 0 , 12182117 4 Tr. Total 4 8217 8 B. Lyoas Aaolaud cnt for not toaoktof third. I'WTrk...........3 0 2 0 8 2 0 0 0-12 I.LouU.-......--..0 000040004 . Bataod rnnaKow Vork. 8. Thr"0'bs kit OfRoorko. aartlloo blta Tleroan (2). Soylo. O'Kourka. Stoloa aaioo Bark, rtrit bus on orror Now York, 2i St. tint. X Firtt ! on kali Off Rualo. 8: otr Oloason. ITailCaratuor. X Straok out By Roito, H; by Ca i fitkors. 1. Xalt on bnoa Now York, St St. Louis, A. ' uoobl plrs olaueock. Crooks.aud Weraen. Fanod kaU-Bookloy. Will pitch Bail. Umpira 3affno. llao I18O. DBOOrLTN. 3 1 CrCTN7(l.TI, 2. Clean, bard hitting, supplemented by brilll nt fielding. Instructed a good-natured, half holiday crowd of 6,524 persons, at Eastern Fire yesterday, as to what a finely contested game of baseball really Is, From start to fin ish both teams played withan energy anddaeh whloh. It continued throughout the season, will win for them the top rounds of the League adder. To thegreut joy of the patrons of the lome team their representative!! won the vlo l ory. For Uie cond time in succession did Corcoran show his ability to bat safety just at the proper moment 1 ha last half of the ninth inning had been reached, and, with the score a tie, the Brook- yns were congratulating themselvos that they gsd three men on bases and no one out. inslow reached first on a nicely placed single to right llelil. and Ktuin advanced him to Second on a lilt to left oentre. Daly bunted to thines. who threw the ball to Latham, intend ng t heml olt Klnslow, but Arllu was several tost in front of third bag, and the Bronklynlte Was safe. Circoran'H appearance nt the bat Was halted with applause. He gently tapped the ball, and away It went to left Held, good for two taxes. That nettled the game, tor Kins low croR-ed the plate with the winning run. The other runs mail wero scored in the first two Innings. With two men out In the llrnt O'.Selll sent the bull to rlrcht for a base. Holll da; followed with n twu-bagger. wlilcli Darby O'Brien returned to Ward. OVNolllhad rounded the third quarter and wau on the home stretch when Word throw to the plato. riomo howJohn mtrst have imagined that Klnslow Jfas on stilts, for the ball went hleli over Tom's head and O'Neill was safe liolllday filso made (or home, but Burns cutely cot In lis way, and when tho runnnr did reuch tho filataHteln was watting for him with I nil In land. The umpire, however, noticed Durns's Ittle side piny, and he allowed the run to score. Ward kicked vigorously, hut to no pnr I'Ofs. Mcynald soothed his ruffled temper In ttiHsei-niid Inning when, by a ilurlnp steal to third. Ward was "Mowed tho benefit of the douM. i ir Brooklyn, Daly started off with a base on balls. Hrnutherefdnslcd to left, putting Daly on third. A wild pitch lot In thu run. UurnH Went to first on balls, but was left there, he cause of an unusual play by Cum laker, O'llrh-n tried to iniiit. but tliti bull was up In the nlr. and (.'nrulfrkeyrituchtlt just Ijefoie (t toueheii the ground, itrmitbors. who was mi third, started for lionie wli.-n O'lirleti bit, ninl C-hii-Iskey had oid to Hulk over townul I.athuii and toss him tho hall to put Inn nut. Tim J'rooklvnstliil th0hf)nin ttiohepimd, Ward stjirte.i utTwl'li u pntiy single, ami (Irilltn, who wm entluihiuktieully ncoivod, sent John second with u neutly enlculated.s.icrlllce. . Kin. low hit pa.t Latham and uid scored. OriUinslguallre'l his r.Uurn to the field by maklug two difficult catches. The second catch. In the fourth Inning, was llttlo short ot wonderful. UrlQIn had to run all the way in from oeDtre to Just behind short stop, but he m. reached the ball and clung to It There were m. ttwo double plays Jn the seventh inning. Daly ' Mflght flfctfaa'a tlfj and ttlmw JWffoh JOPtjAt, If BsVVi third, and the Cincinnati on their part mad matter oven whon O'Neill caught Daly's fly and nipped Htoln at socond. Thosoore: biooilt. t ci.'tassiri. Jjaly.r. f 1 i a l oiMrbM.!db..o 020 raroortn. a s,o 121 o I.Mtmm, M b.o 1 1 a O Brontbvalb.o l u o o D'.v.iu. I. f....l 2211 ltnrns.8'1 k...O 112 O llolll.Ur. r. f.l 1 1 0 o (rpritn, l.t....o 120 o ceinir, llvi) 012 2 o Wyil, 2db.,.,l 2 0 1 asnillb, S.I.. .00100 rtrimncr o 120 u woicb, c.r .. 0100 Klntlow, e, I 2 H 2 o llnrrlntion, c.o lain bllln.p O 2 0 1 0 Kbmoa.p ... .0 1 O '.' I) ToUI. .3 12 27 H "3 Totsl ."2 "v'il i 1 Wlnnloi rnn m4 with nono out. Brootltn 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 18 Cincinnati 2 o O O 0 O O O 02 Karnod mni-Bronklrn. 2. Flrot bao by rrnr Brooklrn. I: cinrlnnatl, 1. Loft on b-llrnnlfn. Ill Cincinnati. 8. Hrt bao on ball lis) Kiam, 2i off nhlnot a sirurk oiH-iit Sfln r,; hy ninno. '.'. lwo-b. bit llnl.iday, D'.NtfL Hftlflchit-()'Hrin, Ward, ilrimn. HolllOar. sinlon tm-vrd liounit rlay Paly and Klnafowi Cntnttkor nnd f!luiim O'Nflll and 1'oinn.kry. wild iltrh-itlun, Titno-2 boon. Umptio Mrguald. Attrndanr-r.52. ruiLiriiLrtiii, 10; ci-rTiusp, 11. raiLlMi.rsii.Julr 23 Tbo homo loam, by bttttr flild work andabunckluf o( bits, won to-day's (sin. Tboicorot CLBTtLlffO. rattADItrNU.. a. 1. p.o.A. s. a, la. p.e. a. a. rrainaor. r. f.l 2 10 1 ttamllton. I. f.o O 1 O u Borkctt. I. f..,2 2 1 o o Connor, lrtb.1 n B 1 O Darli, 2db... 1 3 H 2 1 llallinan,:db.l 11 a 2 o MoKoan. s. a.,0 117 1 Tb-itiiriB, r.f 2 1 o o o Virtue. It b...l 3 12 II O Ptklmlitr.cXl 2 7 11 MrAlorr. c. f.,0 110 1 riomcnts. c.,,1 1 8 1 11 Tfban, Rdb.,0 112 OAllrn.v.o 1 1 H II 1 Zlmtnor.o 1 2 4 o 2 (iron, 3d b... .2 2010 Young, p 0 1 o 2 o rrn'T. p 1 onai Iiur, p., o OOOO Totals 818213 0 I Total! 1013'ZUIC 3 Virtu touti hit by batted ball. CloTtland 0 0001 28008 miladltpbla 2 0 0 8 0 0 8 2 .. 10 Karnet run Clorland, 4 Philadelphia, 4. Homo ran i'loraonta. Three-bane bit Burkelt. Two-baa bus Detehanlr, Burkett. McKean. Connor. Karrtnco hiu Tbomrion (2), Younr. Careey. Hamilton, Crnte, Raper. Stolen baie Thompeon, puubl ptaya Careey, Alien, and Connor; Pelehantr and ltnllman. Left on baea CleToland. 4 rhlladelphla, 7. rltrotk out By Career. 1: by F.eper, It by unir. 2. Plrat baae on er rora Cleveland. It rhtlndelphla. 2. Flret baae n balls Oil Younir. 1. Time 2 nuura. Umptt Einelle. aALnifoaa. 4; LocitriLtt, 8. BiLtntoaa, July 28. The Orioles won tbelr fourth eenaecntlT cam to-dar, the colonels belnc the vtstlina. Attendance, 2,887, The score 1 uLnaoaa. Looitnixa. a. la.r,o.i.. a.la.ra.1.. mtndl. 8db. o 1821 nrwn. s. f....o 1001 Van Halt'n.r.f.0 0 10 O Taylor. l.f 1 8 2 O 0 isotellffe.litb.1 012 O 1 Weaver. r.t...l 2 2 0 0 Blovev. Lf.,.,.1 110 O l'reffr.2itb...0 118 0 Ilalllsan. r. t.l 1 2 O o Raasett. 8d b..O 1 11 1 0 O'Rourke. a e.o 1 o 8 1 Orlm. e o 0 7 2 0 Btrlcker.2db..o 18 4 o .l.nnlnaa. e. a.l 2 2 10 Robinson. 0...0 0 0 0 0 Wlilatler, latb.0 1 12 0 0 Vlckery. P.....0 0 0 2 1 Clauien, p....() 0 12 0 Onnaon. 0. .1 1820 Cobb. p. ...... .0 0081 Totals 8112712 1 Totals... 4 liiiil Baltlmor. . O O O t 0 1 14 lonlsvlll. O 110 0 0 10 0-8 Earned mi Baltlmor. It Ixmlsvlll. 1, riret bs caarrora Daltlmoro.li Loalevllle. B. Left 011 baeee Boltlmor. 7i Lontsvlll. 11. Flratbaseon balls off Clauaen. 8: off Vlckrr. l off Cobb. 2. struck out By Cobb, 8 by Olansen. 8. Tiro-baae hlta nunson, Wblstler. Hacrlnce bits O'Ronrke, Van llaltren, hut. cllffo. Weaver (2), ffeller, Baasett. Btolen ba.ea Van Ilaltrsn. Sutellffa (3V, mover. Iinlllian. Whistler. Penbl play Slrtckor and Bhlndi. Umpire llaenllar. Time iiltC bostor. 7t caioaso, 8. Borrox. Jmty 28. Tb Colts and the naan Eaters laved on of their old-time, hairralslns, nerre aastreylns rmea to-day. and althousb th Colts wer kaaun. tby wer far from being conquered. Tho score 1 SOevOR. CBICAGO. R.lB.rve.A.a. a. lav. a. R. KeCartky.r.tS 8 0 0 o Ryan. .. 1 18 0 0 Psffy, o.t....l 220 O Parrott,8db..2 8120 Long. S.S..-..0 12 4 O Dablen, a S...1 18 10 Kally.e. O 2 8 2 O Anion. 1st b...O 18 10 Xah.8db....l 2 18 1 wilmotl. f....o 2 2 10 Tneker. lstb..O 2 11 O Canavan.2db.l 121 Lowe. Lr ...2 2 2 0 o Pecker, r. f...o 3 0 0 0 Qnlnn. 2d b...O o 8 8 Oji.ombtrt. p .. 0 0 0 8 0 Blelev. p. o O u 7 o.bcbrlver. 0....0 O 0 8 o T0tala.Ml7i4 27 24 "ll TeUla,....'B12 2418 1 Bolton.. 1 2 0 10 12 0 ..7 Cbloaso - O 110 0 0 8 0 05 Earned run Boston, si Cbieoito, 4. First base on errors Cbloaso. 1. Left on basee Boston. 6: Chloaro, a rtrst baae on balla-Ott Staler. 2: off Onmbart. 8. Btrnekont By staler, 81 by Clumbert. 2. Home rnn Parrott. Tbraebaa hits Tucker. Uablen. Twe-baia hits Nasb (2). rarrott, Anson. Deoker, Baerlflee bits Kelly. Qulnn (2), Staler. Oumbert. htolen bases Mo Canny (3). Duffr. Ryan. Double plays Loni. qulnn. and Tuokert Anson and Dahlen: Pahlen. Canaran. and ftnaon. Wtldpltohe taley, 1: Oumbert, 2. l'aased ill Kelly. Umlr nursl. Time, H37. Altecdanot, 8.088. wasaisuiOR. 7i tirisanaqa; 4. Waaaijetos. July 2 Th Etnator defeated lb BmokyOlty team to-day by bunching their hit. At tendance 2.200. Th score VAauuroToa. iinsJiiaax. R.lR.p.aA.R, R.lar.a.A. Raatnrd. r.tl 2 b 1 7i Mniar. ..... 0 8 4 71 Dowd. L L.....1 2 8 0 1 Donovan, r. to 0 2 0 0 MUUin,lstb.l 0 111 Blerbaner. Sb.O 1110 IIor7o7f 2 2 1 O O Khurart. . ..l 0 2 8 1 Coonev. a S...0 14 8 o Berkley, 1st b.0 O 8 o Q UcOufre, 0....1 2 7 1 2 Bmltb. I. f 1 18 0 0 Klllon. p. O 0 0 1 1 Parrell,8db...l 2 12 1 Jlutler. o.f.. lb.l 18 1 O Kellr. 0. f. 1 2 2 10 IUcbarda'n.2b.O 18 8 0 hret, p.....0 110 1 Boblnaon, ab.00010 Total.. 410 2B 0 4 Totals ,.7112712 8 McQ ulro declared out, Waibtnrton .0 0 0 1140 I T riltsbcrgh O 10 0 8 0 0 0 04 Earnad mas Washington. 2. First baae on rrora Waeblngton, 2 Pittsburgh. 2. Left on baaea Washing ton, 8: Ptttaburgb. n. Fint baae on balla Off K lllen. 2: OS Ehrot, 6, Btruok out By Klllen. 4; by l:hret. ti. tlome run Hoy. Three-ba.o bit Cooney. Two-base bit Kadtord. Baerldco blta Puttee. Cooney. Stolen bus Dowd. Ponbl play Badrrd and McOulro. Fassed ball Miller. Umpire HUtcDell. Tltn.80. JL New Catcher. atanager lowrs yosterday lassoed a new eatefear. Bis nam Is J. n. ktcHahon. and h hs bsn playing with th Kansas City team of the Western Aaaoctatlon. fowera has been after IfcMabon for some weeks past, 0lsa,yoangf!1ow of 22 rears, and Is said toreaem blo Tlernan In physical make-np. Mcllahon is alert, banded thrower, but right-banded bitter. George Mun aon. Secretory of tbe Hrowna. who has seen MoMahon cateh. acsrt that he to a fine player, Muneon also says that Kewman. who la sick In the hospital at prea nt. Is a remarkablr good player. XlcMahon will roport Monday or Tuesday. eastern Association. AT SCTTAte.. gagair. , , ....o 1 o o e 1 o 0 e-i BoobsstrtXZ.-... 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 Baae hit BWIalo, 8; Roc' filer. 6. Errors Buffalo, 3l Bocheslsr. 1. ritchera ci.etlerman and kteakln. AT ALSAKT. Artanyv. .1, -..n 4000000 0-7 Troy.. . O 0 0 0 2 0 10 8 Ban hlta Albany, 81 Trnr. ir. ErrorsAlbany, 2 Troy, 4. lltchara Bavlli. and Clorkaon. AT SrXCRAMTOR. Blnghamtoo-- O 113 110 1 1-a rrovldeno 2 o o o 0 o a a 07 Baa fait Blngbamton. 16; Trovldenee. 12. Errors Blngbamtoa, 4 Providence, 2. ritcbera Barr and Inks. Central Kevr tTcraer lagn. ram RKCORB, tTeta. Win. rtr'rt- Huna. TTiv iMt, TtrtL rialofleld. 7 8 .700 Klltofh,j.,.4 t) ,400 BomerrUle 8 4 .0O0VTtstdeld 8 7 .800 OSBSCKHT LBAOCR. 8 RUXAaXTR. 1, Th Crsoent Laguo team won tbelr ronrth gam from the EUiatjeth team at Plalnfleld yesterday. Th score i CniOn LBAOUB. BUXABBTR. x.lar.o. a. i. B.lB.r.n.a.B, Jlofford. 1 ISO n Hughes, r. f.,,1 l 0 0 o llrady. r. f....l 0200 Hatlerly, c.,.,0 0241 Uarphv,l,f..l 2 10 OTlsrney. 0. f..O 0210 Turner. 2db.,,l 14 2 o Botres, 1st b..o 010 0 o p4ley,Sdb....O 102 o. Berry, 2db....o 0282 Leldy.cf O ISO 0 Crane, L f...,o 0 1 o 1 Bonner, s.s.,,1 10 8 O Mevra.nd b,.,0 O a 4 O Jones, iatb,,,0 Oil O (1 Mooreh'd, a. s.O O 7 1 o Bneedeu.n.,...! o 1 u 1 Francis, p 0 0 0 8 0 Totals 5" 72712 1 Total ,T 72718 "4 Crescent Lagno..,., O 0 118 0 0 1 08 EUtabeth O O 0 0 1 0 O u 0-1 Famed runs Crescent League. 1. First base br er rora 'rescent League, 2: Khzabutb, 1. Left on baaea Creacent Lenguo. 4; Kllrabctl:, 3. First liaae on balls Off bnteden. J; off Francis, 4. Mruck out By Francis, 8: by Sneetlcn, 2. 7liree baae bit Murphr. Two base hit Daley. Sacrinc JjIIh HoDi.rd, l.eiily, BaRerty, Stolen bases l.eldr, llonner (2), Junes, hneedsn. Doubl Play Turner and Jones. iVIIU pltcb Franoia Passed ball ltailerty. Umpire Hudson. Time Tiro hours. BOMbBTILlI!, 8 WBTriBLn, 4. WunTBLO, July 28 Somervlllo won th gam here to-day by streak ot batting In the ssrenth and eighth tunings. Tliesct'ret WSSTrilLD. 10KIHTH.I.B. R le.r.o.A.a k. 1 a. r. o. a. b, Sharrott, 8d b.l 1 1 B 2 CarbonelL c.f.ti 12 0 0 Hclndoo, I, f,,l SOU o Fsrrsli, 2d b.,0 o 1 o o Lover, c. f o 110 0 llarkina. Jstb.o 1 10 O 2 Ulllla. rf o 0 10 o iiore. r. t 3 o 1 o o Bmltu, lit b,..o 012 n 1 Kennedr.c. ,.11440 Howe, s.a o i) 1 4 1 It) man, r.f. ,.. 0 R 0 1 Ktiizle. 2db...l o 3 I 1 lurrny. a. a. ,2 12 7 1 Warner, 0 1 2 U 2 O.l'ailmus. 8tl b.2 0 4 11 2 Care, p ..O 0 0 1 O Allderaon, p.,.0 10 10 Total .I "7 2411 i Totals. .8"i2710 "5 Wettfleld 10 10 0 0 0 1 1t Bouervlllo , ll 10 0 0 0 8 4 ..-a Earned runs Wtstneld, 1; Sninerville, 8. Flret has by errors Weelneld. 4, m nierville, .'!, Left on hates westlleld. 8; Biiiiiervllle. ,t. Ural baae en balls off Clare. 2: oil Anileraon. 2. Klrm'k out By Clare, 2: by Auderaon, 4. Three- aae hlta hharrott. Cedmue. Two baae blta Warner (2). llarkma, c mus. htolen bases Khsrrott. Mclndon. Klntle. Harner 12). Iiouble plays Klnr..onnaalted); Mow. Mnile. and Smith. lilt by pitoher-By Clare, 1. Umpire-Hopkins, 'llm-li48, Tlie Amateur league, TBS BKCORO. 0j4. Won. Xorf. per rt.t rTw',, We. Zoetl'evt; K.JerseyA.c. 8 2 ,KW Ennlew'd P.O. 8 T ,noo B. Island A. 0. 7 2 ,7"hK lelaudO.C, 1 8 .111 siatkn iiusp a. i.. V; emirx ulamp c. r., 2. The game at Lltlmraton yeitenlay v.ns won by the Btaten island A ('.team. T)iw iltried a good game, but Keeiran and i. Murfhynere rcaponilbto fur uiuiiy ot tho Manors' rutia. The ?"! stau.n ii.Axii a. -. arAtrx islaapc r. it Is r ii a. i. ii. in ro. a. a. Vin.'llt, adli I 1 II 11 ll F.lllia c.l. ii o o II ll Itueitnr :, r. f l 1 - " ' I' n., I t u I ti I i Hull as , 1 1 ll 4 1 .Mii.'ii.i), I..O ll ll ll ll J'.ru.h, 2d'j. 1 1 a Ti ll lien .1,. a 11112 Mcllona.rt r.f.l 1 n ll li'luiu, i . ll I o 7 ll Jlarkenrie. if I o u u i M.iri hy nu.ii 1 1 ,i 4 Krajea, e. . 10 7 0 1 ,He,.'rV.l a.2b O nolo larior. let b. 1 I 14 o i J.iiim. r f . 1 i) 1 ti n Clare, f. ..II 18 O UoU'liklM, IbO 1112 O U Totals .U 1 271621 Totals. .. " I'Jlli 7l Btatsn Island A. ... ,,3 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 e Statso Island 0. O 0 1 O O O O 0 1 02 Earns rsne Statsn Island A. C, 2. First has oa errors Btaten Island A.C. a. Left en bases Btataa Island A. a, 7i State island 0.U,;. Basse oa balls it V notokklas. Twe-bMshlt-Tynt. ,0"a,".!7Jt'i!,l' Oarmandia. Van RnvjKra. Wild pltob-Tyng. Umpire Sbarrott. Time it86. Btw jBStrr i. o, 181 rrcibwoob r. fc, I. la an Amateur AlMMloUagu cam yesterday t Sayotlnsth New Jersey Alhlstlc Club scored an easy victory. The scorn w jitttr a. c. sBotawoon . e. , R.ls.r.e.A.m. r. 1. r.o, A. m, Carr. r. f..,,2 l o o o a. Vewrr. 8 b.o 0 8 18 Will's. J 2 2 0 8 1 Wilbur, id b.,0 0 2 8 1 'Carrie...'.'. ..a a H 8 0 fuming, c o 0730 (Raiding. 2d b. I 3 I o pi.MaoBnrn'r.aa.o OOJO hprlgmaii. .Ib.l 2 4 2 O ilanrt, r.f.,.,0 0 0 11 I)efnino's,l.t.2 0 o o 0 Hniitb. P......O o o 8 0 Meck.r.f......n 8 1 o OKHovry.cf.l 10 0 1 Weit.rvelt.pl 0 0 2 1 letolin.r.l.f.i 1 O O r Fountain, lb., 2 O ti 1 O Dongberty.ib.O 1 13 1 X Totals ia ID 37 14 "3 Totals !l 82418 7 New Jersey A. 0,,,. 010 0 0 0 3 8 1 .. 18 Gngwwoo" F. C... .... ...0 00001000-1 Home runs-Wild. Mack. Pacrlflc hits-Wee tervelt. Oarr. Btolen hales .New Jersey A. C, 14t nnglewood F. ti., 2. Flrt tia.e on rrors New Jersey A. )., 8; Knglewood F. C. I. First base on bala-iift Smith. 7 olt Vestervelt. 1. Struck out-llr Smith. 3: by Wester veil, . Iiouble play wild. -Fountain, and Hprlgwan. lllttypttched ball-S. Mowry. Left on basesNew Joraer A. tt, 4. Wild pllch-Umltli. Tlme-lt38. Um plre Berrlman. Other Oams, XRIRAUia, 12 I ACMIS, 6. A good tired crowd witnessed th gam st ths Star A. 0. grounds yeeterdav. The hmeralds gav clever thihltloti, and found llttlo trouble In defeating the original Acmes. Thescoret ACS- BRBRALPS. r is r.o. a.. r. Is. r.o, A. a. Nolan, s. s... 0 3 2 2 1 Keenan, P.....1 4 110 Kelnath. 1 2 1 o ; Oerrlty. Id b..l 0 7 8 0 rackman.2d bO 18 11 Solan. I. f.:.. 4 2 110 It. Kkellr.lstbl 18 0 1 K.l.arkln,lb.a 2 8 3 1 Mrnlllan. 3d b.o 0 2 8 4 Poland. 3d b...l 14 4 1 Xlulhaul, C...0 078 1 T. I-arkln. s.e.1 It o 8 1 J.bkelly,Cf..l 10 0 O Llllla. c. t O 0 0 10 .Vaiunei r. T...1 o 1 o O Landers, r. f..l o O o 1 Carr. p 1 2 18 2 Naloue, c 1 0 8 6 I Total "fil027i7iT Total illTiTlllQi Asmes 0 080020008 Emeralds -1 O 1 0 8 O O 3 0-13 F.arned runs-Acmes. 2 timerald. 1. First base on errora Acmes, 4: Kmerslds. 8. Ift on baea Armea. 7t bmerslda. ti. First base on halls Off Keenan, 3i off Carr, ll. struck nut By Keenan. Os by Carr, 8 Two base hit B. I.atkta. stolen baaes-Keenan, Nolan (2), K l.arkln, Landtra, Malone. J. skolly t3i, Carr. sacri fice bits Scnlllon, Mulhaul, Llllla. Iiouble plays T. Larkln, K. larkln. and I'olandi Nolan, K. larkln, and tlerrltv: Carr and D nkelly. lilt br pitcher-Nolan 12), l.anJera. passed balls Malone, 2: Mulhaul, 1. wild pltches-Onrr, 3. Umpire llelser. Time 2:05. At tendance COO. 0B1RSB A. O. 81 BTORSItTSWir A. 0., B. Ollrey nltohed an effective game against the Morris. town A. u. team yesterday, and it was due to hla work that the Ornng A. O. team won. Thescoret ORARUB A. 0. OBRISTOwn A. 0. . lau.Aa R.ls. r.ro.A.a, Ttabet. lstb..O 0 B o 1 Pitt, a a....... 1 10 10 ll't'b'ns'n, Ltl 1 O o o Mol)onald.-2b.o 0 o ti O r.L'tbb'g. r.f.O OOOO Halter. 1st b..0 1 10 I) ll (lllrny.p. 1 0 111 rrlt.c o out 1 o Duffy, o. 2 2 w 1 o Vaim. 8flb..,.l o 2 n u Hratfr, 2d b..,0 1 8 8 1 Vanderh,r.r.f..ti 0 1 o 1 Beebi.Sdb.. .0 1 3 o O.lxiwe. Lf 1 n ll o n E.L'thb'ge.s.a.O 0 2 3 1 Itelllv, cf O 0 0 0 1 McKelvey.cM I 1 o 0'Uetrel.p. O 113 2 Cutler, L f o OOOO Total. 6 8 2710 4 Orange A. o 0 O O 3 o 1 3 o C 8 Mortletewn A. C 1 3 O O O o o o 0-3 Barned rnns Orang A. O. ll Morrlstown A. 0.. 0. Plrat base by errore Orange A. O., ll Morrlatown, A. C. a. Left on bases Orange A. C4 8: Morrlstown. A. A. 2. First base on balls Off Iletiel. 4: off Ollroy. 8. htruok out Babcook (2). Hutchinson (2). F. Lethhrldg (2). Gllrnv, Duftv, Beehe, E. Letbbrldge (2), Mo Rei ver, Cntlr. HcBonald (21. Heifer. Frlti (ii, Vandsr hoof. Mattel (I). Two-base hit Duffy, (-acrtflce hlte Babcock (2). Urady. Stolen baaea MoKelier, Pits (2), Tahn. Double playa Brady and Babrock 12) Hit by pitcher Bradr. wild pltcha Ollroy. I: Mattel. 2. Passed balls nnffy. Frltr. Umpires Wykoff and Con roy. Time lira, Attendance 1.G42. BOSTOB A. A 6; UARHATTAff A. 0 3, AtvRT Pabi. Jnly 28. Th Boston A. A. and Manhat tan A. IX taama played an interestlnggame bere to-day. th Cherry Dmmonds losing. Tbe scor t B09TOR A. A. HASUATTAR A. C R.lar.o.a.R. n. la. r.e.A.B. cok.8db,l 0 0 0 o O'Leary, 3d b.o n o 8 O Mason, o. 2 811) 2 0 Huel; let b....O 0 18 0 2 rarren, l.r....O 10 0 0 callan. 8db...o 1111 Htrarn, 2db..l o o n o nnwd. c 0 13 0 0 Dickinson, lb.0 2 a 0 o'carbonneUAfl 1 l O o Boule. . a O Oil 0Vall.B.e O o 4 4 0 Corbett. r. f..O 0 10 0 lion. r. f 1 0 10 0 Bwanton, e. f.0 0 1 0 0 Didertck. c. f.O O O O 0 J. Illghlanda.pl 0 0 0 1 Wilson, p O OOOO Total.-.... it) "5 2T "S T Totals "2 8 37 "5 "5 Slitnn A. A, .2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 18 anhattaniLC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-2 Two-bas bit Mat on. Three-base bit Dickinson. Sacrifice bits Farren, Btearna. Passed ball Dowd. 8, Dmplr Millard. Time ot game 112a AT VUUABtSBBIOGB. enrten. ..-..... 1 202000.. 7 Samners.--...-..0 030010104 AT HADTSOB. Mlneola...... 1 4 0 0 0 14 0 3 It Madison A. 0.... O 000000000 AT BABT10B. J.VTl 11 0 00003048 Hn-lff .-ri.irT O 200010O-8 AT SCBA.1T0II. 6eranten.- O 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 fl nvUl ...2 8 0 0 0 18 3 . U AT rASSAtO. Fnlons of Carlatadt O 0 8 13 10 0 111 astalo Athletics O 0080000 14 AT KCTHBBrORB. Barring Spring 24000101 110 OrametoyA. 0 010071JB 8-20 AT WXlLtAJaSBCBGIS A. A OBOfTRDS. WHllamaburgh A. A en 220B10 0-1B Northerns of 'ireinont.... 0000001001 At BL1ZABBTR. Sllubartb A. 0. ...... 000O1401 0- array mils 00001003 0-3 AT nOBOBBR. ierny...... 51011300 0-8 Bt. Joseph's Ljceum. ...... 00000000 11 AT SACTRRSACX. Oriunt r.0... -....0 4 0 8 0 0 8 0 010 MontcialT A. 0 1001000003 Baae hlta-Orltant F. C 10: Montolalr A. C, 8. Br. rora Orttaul F. C. 1; Montclalr A. C, a. Pitchers Livingston. Comlskey, and Burgher. AT B1LL9PALI. Washington O 10100000 34 Knickerbocker O 01100000 03 AT TOBT CTtZSTLB. Ruts en. Bird tart Ward....O 0 0 110 11 2-fl liarUmA.A 1 0 10 0 0 3 0 1 8 AT 0S0KB PARK. Rlao A. O. ......... 2 0000000 B 3 h.V.Ul.Ce .0 OOOOOOO 0-0 at rsosracr rABB. Long IllAnls...... 0 0 3 113 0 3-1T Augustlncs...... ....O 010411007 ferns 0 0100000 01 ultons 0 3 12 0 10 0 17 Iroquois ....... 1 0 3 0 0 0 O 8 ClaiendoD...... u 4 8 10 8 8 Id Elyvanlaa ..... .0 0 8 4 14 3 O 1 2-31 Uatljsrs .......2 4 1 2 ) O 8 2 1-24 Urllngs 4 2 8 0 14 8 8 1-24 Oceanlcs u u 120802 0-8 At Brewster Brewster. 8: Wasaalc. 8. At Dobb Ferry Dobbs Ferry, 18; Bssohsr, 6cbnek a CO., 4. IfaaebRll tBaane To-dar. Olrtaploa va Cincinnati at Paterscm, Emeratds ra Oorbaniakl Van Nest. Moiitauks vs. Klnlras ai Canarsle. Alert A. V. vs. Favorites at Uoeuawkan. Culan Ulanls vs. Uldgewocds at Long Island gross da. Saeeaall Notaa, Buck Ewing went to ae physician yesterday, sat was advised to keep quiet and rest for a while. From th National League to the New Jersev Central League laiiultea slide duwn the toboggan for aore. Jack Dovle is captain of the New Yorks. nd h uses excellent Judgment, liorlo baa settled down to excel lent work behind the but. When two lively teams Ilk th Sew Yorks sad ClevelouJs meet utllie Pnlo CrounJs Monday th air will be full of dust and excitement. Th I'Mtr Gai'tf Baseball Club have Saturday aad Sunday afternoons open, from July 8.1 until Sept 20. The club would like to play any newspaper or amateur club. Addreaa Eduard F. Uotiiey. manager, fol,u Uvtaf ottlca, tranklln aqoare. New York. Tbe pare est for the New Jersey Central League by tbe Crescents of Plaintlsld has been so hot that lb manager of oilier tenuis In tbe league are In danger of fiankruptlligtheutaelveslil tbelr endeavor to down the eaders. tiomervllle has gone to tho extreme In signing Ueora,' Gore, recently releaied by the New Yorks. AI Latraon. tnauagsr of Hie New York Amateur Bass ball club, sailed lor I'.iircpe yeaterday on the Anohorla, He will jerfi-ct arrangetnenta for lb oinb's tour throunh Fciitlund. F.tmland. and other places. Th team will leave next Saturday on the Clrea.aia. They will he lollon a: Al Lawami and John Br) an. pitchers: Tom Cummlng and V10 twiner, catchers; John Pooler, first ba.o; Whllam O'Brlin. aecoud baae: Charles llendrlck, third baae; Elgin McHurnev. short ftopi K. A. Baler, ieft Held; John Lnwler. centra Held; William carries, right fields tulllran. subttltut. Ilovey Defeat nail. Bostor, July 28. Tb Intercollegiate champion, r, n. Ilovey, played great tenuis to-day In his match with K. L. Hall for the Longwood championship, win ning only after a close live set match. Bnstonlant knew there waa to be a great tennis contest, and came out In large numbers to ss tbe sport. To-day victory ghes Ilovey not only the first prise in the open tourna ment, but tbe possession of the big sllvsr champion ship bowl for tbe ensuing year, Th p'ay of the Har vard export shows marked and decided Improve ment uier that of Ian year, and If this Improvement continues It m til make blm a most daugerous compett 101 fur Newport. Hall showed great lodgment to-day In his method of Flaying lite opponent, lis played almost everything or Hover's lea side, vsrytng from this, now and then, to lob with great accuracy, both methods of prooedure belog much to ths Harvard man's dlstasts. Ilovey took the first two sets, and tbsn ht thenest taoon lmtrovd play of Hall's. lded by the Harvard man's errors. A very bad deolalon In tb fifth aet aided ilovey In obtaining a good lead, encooraged by which ho pluyed with increa.ed confidence and ran thu art nut, thua winning the match and the ohamplonahlp. Bjtntnary: Championship Ronnd F, II. !lovy. Harvard. challenger, beat H. L. HalL New York, holder, 0-a. 7- 1-fJ. 4-11. 113. Total atro.es wont Ilovey, 140) Hall, 144. lilil Diiroun Try to Wlsl 70BOVJ0, July 23 "he Executlvo Committee of th Canadian At-aoi'latlon o: Amateur Oarsmen harede. i-ntrd ttilniestlgNte tbe rlrcuinetaures connected with the defeat of young Ldwarn Purnan of tbe Susnyalde Itoiving Club, Toronto, in the senior singles race at the rent ahereonThu,aday: 11 iH-ingfrielr elated that b .111 nut try to win, mid Hint men who w era never known in bet on it bunt ra,'evere big -iuieis, wMle the talent wentUowuou tliagoo, 1 "v 'Is .aid that the committee will re,.uvst il.e i .aoclatlon people to reject Durnan's entry. 11 1 . nephew of fcdwaru lianlan, who thinks tula lb oomlng clisia. plon. SlM MAKS WINS "TI.K STEVENS.1 rnie Honnxa colt a hows inn nccts SO A GOOD riEUl AT ItOhMOVTU. The Cell's Tlttorr Cheeresl tit Owners Alter the New or the ltamlas: of Their Tearltaa at Mldetlebitrc-Trvrntr Then aad Persona He a (he Sate lntroa Brakes Dewn Klnctoa I.aads tbe Pas. sale Rtrah. aad Don Alaszo Gallop Away Tithtae Hapllnc-Tormentor Ools the Head Htaks-The Lennawelt Case, Fully 20,000 persons wont lo Monmouth Tark yesterday afternoon and raw some very coo J raclntr.i there belns no less than four stake events on the curd. It wns a purely holiday throne that occupied tho hur;o cratvl stand. A crent many handsome women in sortreous summer cowns lent a charm to thu occasion by their prosonco. Tho stnko races wore tho l'assnlc. for nil aces, atthroo-quarters ot n nillo. which M. F. Dwycr'a speedy old horso Klncston, Iho favorltoin tho bettlnc won hnndsdown; the Snpllntr. fortwo-yenr-olds,nlthrco-auartorsot a mile, whloh went to Frank A. Ehrot' a spank Intr bin colt Don Atonzo in the most hollow fashion: the Stevens, for ihreo-yoar-oldB. nt one mllo and five furlonits, for which tho Morris colt Mars wns invincible, nntl tho Hcud. for all acos, nt five f urloncs. whloh that spoody horse Tormentor took into cump In very fast time. ltaceland and Gloamlnc wore wlthdrnwn from the Passala Btakos. which was tho open ing event of tho dnr, nnd thetnlont naturally camo to ths conclusion thnt Klncston could not bo beaten. Thoy cauorly took 1 to 2. anil ntthocloso of thobottlns 1 toll wns tho provalltne auotatlon. Tonny wnrmod up so well that many took a ohanco on the sn ayback runnlntr into second place do.tplto tho fact thnt the horse has bad loitBand has started only a few times this yenr. In foct. ho wns backed to beat Cotrectlon by tho shrewdest men at the conrse. Kingston was a wild horse, and when the flac dropped Tarsi let him tako the lead. All tho war homo tho favorite ran under a pull, with Correction and Blr Matthew closo up, and Tenny was boaton from tho start Kingston won by two leneths. whllo Correo tlon, under tho whip, bent Blr Mntlhow a lencth and a half for second money. Hamilton whipped and spurred Tenny. but the old horso had none of tho great speed thnt two years ago made him famous throughout Amorlca, The horse looked well bodily, and ho did not show any slens of Inmoness after he flnlshod. The Sapling promised to bo a sensational race, but tho withdrawal of Blr Walter and uovolace took away n cront tloal of Interest, as with those cood colts out It was a almost a forezono conclusion that Don Alonzo would win, as he had colts of very ordinary cnlibro to run ncnlnst. Tho publlo thought so too, nnd when Frnd Taral's namo wns posted its tho ruler ot the blc son of Lonif Tnw there was a rush to pot aboard. .von money was snatched so quickly that the bookmakers rubbed In a hurry, hut found that :i to 6 was ncceptod with Intost as much avidity. 'J'om Wittton und ammle wore almost equnt second choices. The race wnsonly n enko wnlk for Don Alonzo, who rnn under a pull all tho way nnd won In a romp by throo lengths. Hnmmie, who drifted all over the stretch under Lamb ley's riding, mnnneetl to smicezn home in soc ond place, a neok before Tom Wntson. Ham mle liiterferod with Deltiry hnlf way up tho stretch, but tho foul was unintentional. Lombley ennnot whip a horse nnd rldo straight at the snmo time to save his I Ho. Don Alonzo won so easily that many persons were only too ready to condemn Isaue Murphy for being beaten so mnny times by only n fow inches for vnlunblo stakes. Tho colt mot a much poorer lot of two-yenr-olds yesterday than in any of his previous races, and tt is probable that any boy could have won with him. That does not detract from Fred Turnl's ability, for there would bo less thlevory on tho turf and a great many more truo run rnco If thoro were raoro boys doing duty In tho saddle of Tarnl's oallbre. The time. 1:1:1V, Is fast nt the wolghts. as the track was not ntlts host, the heavy ruin of Friday night leaving It a trittodrad. ' The Btevons Stakes wns one of tho best bet ting racos ot the day. tho public buins almost equally divided as to the merits of Mnrs and Merry Monarch. Mars was conceding tho llt tlo son of Hindoo Ave pounds, and many thought him incapable of the task, although the colt has demonstrated that ho can both carry weight and co a distance. There wits Borne inquiry for Kilkenny nnd tho top-weight Patron, but two-thirds of the money bet wns wagered on Mars anil Merry Monarch. The start was opposlto the club house, and tlie Subllo onioyod the novoltr of scolnir tho orsos raco past tho stand nntl around tho lower turn. Llttlolleld. as usual, took Mnrs to the front, and. cutting out n good sternly tmce, showed tbe way. with Merry Monarch unci Kil kenny a lencth and a half nwny on almost even terms, and l'ntron trailing. There wa no chango In this order torn mile und n quar ter, but thon Murry Monarch drew fiwny from Kilkenny and sot sail after Mars. Iiayward moving up on Tntron bo that Mr. btuart's good colt was not moro than two lengths bohind tho leader when thoy were squarod nwny for tho run homo. Tnral mado his run too soon with Morry Monarch, for hnlf way homo tho Utile colt wns In trouble, and Mnrs hnd nothing to fear from that quarter. Hamilton, who had boon Bitting perfectly still on Kilkenny, waited until opposite the free field, and then, clapping spurs to the eon ot Darebt . challenged Mars in downright earnest. Kilkenny got his nock lit front before Llttlefleld went to tbe whip, and it looked as though the prize would go to tho Ilnncocns representative. Mars is a Spartan as regards courage, and when his rider's whip bit his flanks until tho blood trickled through the ekln the bay colt jumped away from tho thong, and. bending his fo, remained there to the end. winning by a neok in a whipping finish. Merry Monarch was beaten three longths for second placo. while poor l'ntron hobbled in last, iinlng broken down nquartorof n mile from homo when Iiayward had hopes of winning the rnco. Tho veteran said that the colt was running very easily when the middle tendon ot tho oil foro leg cavo way. The injury is n bad ono. and tho puhllo has probably seen tho last of this good colt, tvorybody had a word of sym pathy forTrulner Louis Stuart, the owner of Patron. Stuart Is a popular man. nnd he is very fond of Patron too fond, In faot, as ho ro fused an offer of 3,".00o last spring for the son of Falsetto nnd Pntrlmony, "Mnrs Is tho most improved horso on the turf," was tho general comment after tho rnco. Mr. John A. Morris and his sons. Alfred Hnn nen Morris and David Morris, Haw Mars win. nnd, while they wero pleased at tho colt'n showing, the telegraph brought news from the Maryland training ground ot a most dis tressing nature, tho particulars of which will bo found tnnnotheroolumn. On Friday night, lightning struck their buildings and destroyed fourteen very valuable thoroughbreds, includ IngseverLl yearlings by Ilrltannic that wero regarded by Trn ner Wyndhom Walden ns world benters. J ho buildings wero burned, and nothing was saved except tho Im ported stallion Onlore. He was in tho first stall, and the farm hands got him out before tho llamos reached his box. Wvndham Wal den said ia referring to the Ilritannio yearl ings: " Thero were four yearlings in the lot that I would have mntched against any four in tho world. They worn by lltltannlo. and their trials wore wonderful. There waB a colt out of a sister to Frceland and a (Illy out of a Hterllnc mare that wero nothing short of phenomenon n. 'J hoy were tho best yearlings we ever had." , Mr. John A. Morris. In sneaking of his loss, said: "I would rather have lost thirty or Jorty of my other horsos than four of the IrltannioyenrllnKB." For tho Hcud ritnkes there was a very large entry, and tho puliMo gamely tried to pick tho winner, The owners of Tormentor and Pno tolus both thought they had the raco as good as won, and In order to innko nssuruneo doubly sine they soettred tho best jockeys they could ilnl, tho l.ninlro htnble encaging Garri son, whllo Mr. NIIon had n Tlon on Fred Tarnl's services. Pactolus Is the Uncas-Ca-dence colt thnt ran so well lat year In Mr. Wlthera's namo and colors. The start waB prompt and good, and Harrison lost tin tlinn In rushlnc Tormentor to tho front The son of Joo Hookor cut out a merry pnee, hnrd pressod by Sentiment and Captain HO! FOR SARATOGA. With Judge nurk In the box and Fam" Whitehead t the helm, tbe well-known and old-established RAC INU I'RIVATIS INFORM tTIO.N A.OKNCY will bring off series of coups at Saratoga that will throw all pre vious achievements Into tbe shale. On Monday there re two abiolut crtalntles of tb dloucester ordsr that will make light incLet heavy. Call tomorrow and get tliom. For good and sufflolert reasons ihe abovo Agency declines during the neit few days to do auybualnraa by rorrrspon lonce. Its Imalunlle In. forumtloii has bei-n tei,'lled ot.t by marine Ipted sub. srrlberaal. oter .Nework city, and Hie Agency and Its ell en Is bute suifeied alike by an unnatuial 1 untrue lion In the prltra belted all nter the country agaiust Ita se lections. I'ntll furthir notice the Agency's eelections will be ssnt only to approved ap'lcants and personal application at the ciecutlr olllces, let haatiajat,' New York city, eireptlu tbe case of outof-toan cli ents. Is a tine qui non. Terms as usual, 110, and prom tsf 6 psr cent, onset winnings, for fix days' wire Prospectus, with f uli psrtioulars ef how fortunes r bslug woa dally by al of th Ageteys sslsetlous and WMfM4a 1 , . . - -H, , UlSfSkS 5 fn"l0-ff Jrom. I"-", whew Sentiment was done anu Paetolas raovodup. tzZS rro tr?at . "00 Oarrlson hustle Tor-n,ntorr.ol?n,-r ln th" "ndeavor tosret homa rpUrixft9lu? -T.8 orndualir eatnlnc. and lormontor lasted Ions enough to win by only iftP-isKii?.'01!'"'--' .5ltln Browne waa a close third, only a head In front of Cactus, Tho soiling scramble for two-year-olds that enmo fourth on tho programme was won bra woll.played outsider. Sweet Alice, ridden by !Ln.V 'W1'10'' ?ho pMBt openod a rapln tho first hundred yards and none oftheothsrs could over cot near him. tho dlmlnutlvo dnushtor of Stiatford capturing the thousand. Mill lw.i b,r. -V00 u encths. Iteglnald. ridden by the older Larabloy. second from the f tat t. flnlshod ln thnt position, a length and a iil'I V' 'font of tho top-weight Extra, on whom Oarrlson hnd tho mount. Potomao wns a false favorite for the handi cap nt one mllo and a sixteenth, as he was conceding more weight to Gloaming than on ruejdnv last, when tho maro rnn him to a hcnil nud should havo won the race. Dngonet Wits started nlso. nnd.M. F. Dwror declared to win with Potomnc Ilockon wns only a shade behind l'otomao In tho betting, nnd then came (l onmlng. tho other, being nt lone odd, tilountlnir and May Win. nnd later Gloaming nmi Dngonpt, mndo the running until squnrod awny for home. Then Potomno showed ln front but It wn onlr on suffcrnnee, as oppo site llin club houso Gloaming took com in nud or nlTalrn .ignln nnd won with comparative enioliv a length anil n hnlf. It was a tight lit for second place between May Win. Equity, mid Potomac, tho throo finishing heads apart in the order named, Tho sixth raco, a selling event at seven fur longs, was a surprise for the knowing ones, the outsider Julio making all the running and winning by n length and a hnlf. Klrkovor bent ' oy ''i,.,a!1 for socond money, and the Itan eocasnilvin turn snatched third monoyfrom lintsmnn by the sanio narrow margin. Tho following dlsposos of tho Leonawell ense for good: "The lloatd of Control, having Investigated the running nnd riding of tho horso Leonawall In tho race for the. Midsummer Handicap at Monmouth Park. July 10. finds no cause for further action or for consure to any parties eoncorned. W. s. Yosnuitaii, Beorolary." bummnrlcs follow: THE riEST 1U0S. .,TVrm5i!.! .6,,k"' 'or all cea at B0 each, with Sl.otxi drid. the aecond to receive i'iZyO out of th f. ,.! .r.,ri.,hr?." T'ra and upward not having won In 1HU2 Sl.iKio, allowed 7 pounde, unieia thar hv won three or more races when carr ring weight for age; non-winners in 1UH2. If ihrse rears or more. llo ed li Founds: maidens allowed. It three years, lnu undt: It mile ''" r """' 2U l"""'" tkree-quartert ot a U ,j'. Dwyer'ib. h. Kingston, aged.br SDendlhrlft Kapagna. 114 (Taral) 1 J. A. a A. II. Morris's b. ro. Oorrctlon. 4, 117 (Uttle- neld) , , , 2 Marcus Italy's br. 0. tlr Matthew, 8. 118 (Sloans)....!. 8 Tenny also ran. Time, lilSW. Dett Ing-Vlre to 3 on Kingston, 8 to 1 against Tenny, 8 to 1 Correction, 20 to 1 Sir Matthew, ' THE SECOND RACE. Th sapling Hakes, for two-yesMlde. at 8100 each, halt forfeit, with $1,500 dded, ot hlch S850to aeo ond and $180 to third t a winner of two or more races or $2. WW to carry aoren nounde extra; those nut hav ing won $2,500 allnwaed seven poundll lnnldens al lowed twelve pounds: three-quarters of a mile. F. A. Buret's n. 0. linn Alonio, by Ijng Tw-Round Danre. UK (Tarar; 7 1 M. r. Ilwyer'a U c. Hamrale, UR(Lambley) a litirrldge Rrna.' b. c. Tom Watenn. 1 ! (Ilavward).. 3 Pelury, Blslno colt, t'oL Fred, and Vespasian also ran. . Time. lilBfA. Betting Five to 3 on Don Abmro. r, to 1 against Ham mis, n lo 1 Tom Watson, lutolpslury, latol Elilno colt, :s to 1 Col. rred, 40 to 1 Veapislan. THE THIRD TIACE. Th Sterene Stakes, for tbree-jsarolda. of $100 ach, half forfeit, with tljmo edSed. of whloh $600 to the second and $260 to the third: a winner of two or more stakes for tliree-yeapolds of $2,500 to carry Ave pounds extra: thoee not having won suoh a stake allowed five ponnda; maidens allowed ten Sounds; one inlte and five furlongs. A:. " Xrrla'a b. 0. Mars, by flarnea or rivna -Minerv. 122 (Llttuneld). .?.... ...."" t Ranci.cat stable's br. o. Kilkenny. 117 (Hamilton).... a Oldeon A Daly's b. c Merry Monarch. 117 (Taral)..... 8 ration also ran. . Time, 2:68. Bettlnr-Feven to 8 against Merry Monarch, t 8 Mars. 0 to 1 Kilkenny, 610 1 ratron. THE TOUBTH HAC. Sweepstake for two-year-olds of $20 each, with $1,000 added, of which $200 to aeeond and $100 to third: the winner to be sold at anctlon for $2,600: Ave fnrlong. Edmund Rlunf br. t Bweet Alio, by Stratford Harouella.H3(J. Lambley) .?...;., .....1 Nathan Ktraua'a b. a. Reginald. 105 (Lambley) 2 Prookwood Stable's b. o. Extra, 118 (Oarrtaon) 8 Misery. Post. Jordan. Jerssy ljueen filly. Warsaw, At lanta, L.ndaay, hear Uuard, Mendacity, and Cbarlott CUy alao ran. Time, 1:01. Bettlng-Thre to 1 against Mleery. 4 to 1 Reginald. 4 to 1 Extra, 5 to 1 Sweet Alice. to I Warsaw, 10 to 1 near Ouard. 10 to 1 Jersey ljueen. 12 to 1 Jordan. 13 to 1 Charlotte nily, lr. to 1 Mendacity, 16 to 1 Atlanta, 20 to 1 roet, 00 to 1 Lindsay. THE FIFTH RACE. Tree handicap awepstakea of $20 aeh. If not de clared out, with S1.250 adile'l. of whloh $250 to seoond end $100 to third: one mllo and a alxteenth. J. o. Kollanabee'a br. m. Gloaming. 6. by Sir Modred Twlligut. 115 (W. Mldgely) " 77..".. 1 Blown A Hocera's ch. g. Mar Win. 4. B5 JA.Covlngton). 2 J. ll. Casaatt's cb. m. Kqultr, 4. U3 (r. Sloane) 8 Potomac, Reckon, Ha'penny, and Dagouet also ran. Time. 1:4711. Betting Two to 1 against Potomac. 18 to K Reckon. 4 to 1 Gloaming. 8 to 1 Ha'penny, a to 1 May Win. 20 to IDagonet. 20tol Kqulty. THE SIXTH RACE. Sweepstakes for three-year-olda and upward, of $20 eaeb, with $1,000 added, of which $200 to th second nnd $100 to the third: wlnnerof single race t this meeting to rarry Ave pounds extrat of two or more seten pounds extra: the winner to be sold at auction for$3,tiOQ; seven fiirlonf;a. C. Ltitlefleld, Jr.', eh. g. .Inlio. 3, by Onondaga Lis He Flrnn. HI) (l'enn) 1 D. T. Pulalfer's b. h. Ktrkover.4. P7(Delab.inty) 2 Itaneocas Stable's br. f. Joy, 8. 8H (J. Lambley) 8 Xatiman. Schuylkill, lr. Sass, Tom Hayes, Key West, and Trestle also ran. Tlme.li27. Betting Two tol aialnsl Jor. 4 to 1 Tom tTayee. 8 to 1 Key Weat. 6 to 1 Mr. Haas, 10 to 1 Trestle, 12 te 1 EchuylklU, 16 tol Eirtover. 20 to 1 Julio. THE SETEJTrn RACE. Tbe Send Stakes, a free welter-weight handicap wrep.takes, for two-year-olds and upwnrd. of 520 each, tf rot declared oof. with $1,000 added, of M-htcb S200 to the second and $100 to the third: five furlongs. Empire stable's ch. h. Tormentor, c, by Joe Hooker Callle smait. 12a (Harrison) l A. W. Wllaon's br. o. Pactolua. s. 117 (Taral) a J. I.. Xi-Donald's ch. c. Captain Browne, 8, 112 (J. Lit-nbleyl 8 ('ictus, Fremont. Westchester. Henttmont, Oxford. Astoria, Addle, Prince Imperial, and Warpath also ran. Time. 0:5t))4 Betting riv to 2glnst Tormentor. 8 tolractc lua. to 1 Addle, 7 to 1 Captain Browne. 8 to 1 Astoria, A to 1 Westcheatcr. H to 1 Fremont. 10 to 1 Cactus, no to 1 each Warpath, Oxrord, and Prince Imperial, 40 to 1 beniiment. A Krntneky Ilorseraan la Tronble. Lextsotos. July 23. B. W. Ford, the owner of Cnstleton trotting horse breeding farm ln this county. Is in a peck of trouble. His father. Col. A. K. Ford of Richmond. Va., Is hero try ing to dispossess him. The Colonel claims he purchased tho farm for his son. B.W.Ford is one of Kentucky's most prominent breeders, and ts the owner of the sonsatlonal three-ye ir-old Trevallan, fVelKhta for ths N'aveatnk landless. The following are the weights for the Nave sink Handicap, at a mile and a half, to be run on Tuosday. July 20, at Monmouth Park: Poet scout, 128: Raceland, 125; Dam nth. 121; Mon tana. 1:0; Pessara. lltl; llanquet. nil; Stockton, J OH: Tournament, 103; Lamplighter. 107; San Juan, 100; Hansen, 106; Reckon, lo.t; Equity. 2: Klldear. 92; Almoin. 02: Nomad. W); Lovx Dance, HO; Actor, IK); Fair Flay. 85; Ben Kingsbury. 85; English Lady. 8.1; Leather Stocking, 83; Clciamlo O. oolt, 63; Mr, Sass, 83, Csateatlnc oa a Shell Track an Band. On tb old shell road adjoining Phillips' Seaside ravlllon, Rockaway Beach, on Friday, th members of therrospeot Hill Athletic Club ot Brooklyn held their annual beach party and athletio competitions. The rourss was rather sandy, being formed of oyster and clam sheUs and sand. The results weret n.hundred-yrd Dash Final heat, won by J. T, Fltiharris; John Kavanagh seoond, Thorns Hammlll third. Tune. 11 2-6 seconds. Two-hundrsdand-twenty-yard Dash, Scratch Final heat, won br Frederick Thompson: Joseph Doyle second. Jr.sph O'Neill third. Time, 2sWsonds. one-quartrr-mll Run. Scratch Won by John Kara, nugh; Alexander Emerson second, Thomas HammiU third. Time, 6D 4-6 seoonds. Shoe end stocking Baca The oontestants dlvestsd themselves of tbelr footwear, whloh was carried off 100 yards and then mixed up. Tbe one that ran tbe distance and entangled bis property first and got Into It was declared the winner. It ws won by Thomas Hammlll, Bdward F. Keener second, and Robert Allen third Time. 2 minutes 31h seconds. Heavy-weight Race, for men ot 200 pounda; dlsUaoe, 60 yards Final heat won by Edward Ruddy, John M. Trott sscond, John Maroh third, and Joseph Ooulng fourth. Time. 3M seconds. John Ravanagti won tbe club's championship, with Joints: Thomas Hammlll was a close second, with 7 . T. Fitrharrls. Edward Ruddy, Frederick Thompson vera tie for third, with 6 each; Joeeph Doyle, Edward F, Keaney. Alexander Emerson, and J. M, Trolt tied for fourth place, with 8. end Robert AUen. Joseph Marh, and Jossnb O'Neill wer s tie tor fifth place, with 1 each. Lose; Island A. A. 1 'Want ts be Frieadly with the A, A. V. A special meeting ot the Long Island Amatetr Ath letic League's Board of Management occurred at the rooms ot Company D Athletio Association, Fortytsv nth Regiment, on Frllay night. The Board officers present weret William F, Back. Willlamiburgh A, A. I'apt. John B. Chrlstorsl, Company D A. A,; William 11, Hlruse. Varnna Boat Club; Walter R. Hough. Beawan hakllot Club; William II. Haail. Mar A.O.i R. Frank himmone. Amity A. A. President McUonlgle stated that the meeting was for thepnrposeof taking soni action to restore the former good undsrstftndlng with tlie A.A.I'. No separate division will be applied for. as the League officers found the schems impracticable, but an appeal win be made by the following eommit trel William II. Ilastlr. Star A. 0.: Jean J. (latter. Union A. C; Walter F. Hough. Seawanhaka Boat Clubi Danlsl Mclioulgla, Brooklyn A. C, A Cup Race oa Lake Geneva, I.iar. (Iijiva. Wis., July 23 In a match race ror the letter i.'ii'i, silled today, th Vansihs, owned by Killing aii'l MiCres. won by heating the Presto, owned hy .lair.va V.'iiiitigaai.'1'ti, the rs)ihe. ovned by the ltichbriitliere, and the Viking, oaned by U, 11. Porter, Jr. The rat wasaallsdlu afulibreeA. Monmouth Park Races oa Tuesday. Thnrs. duys, astt Haturduy via Keadlas; Ball. road Hysiem. Train leave station Central Railroad ef Nw Jersey foot Liberty st. al 8il6. 10:80. liiUO A, M,t UtSO SptolBL 12:48 Special. llOO SDclI,t90 pTm, Via fandr UeekrootefnmrierS,R.K, at kiOO. UiOOA. Kriiii, oo r.ls. 7MMW.taatttWViasi orr ojt raxta anxuaz crmmk. A rratty Blh as ths Atlantis T. C. ln Ce14 Barln: Hsrbsr. BairxirrortT. Jnly2a-Oold Bprlnc ITarbor. off th QUnada Casino, presented an animated appearanoe this morning whon the fleet ot the Atlantlo Tacht Club started on their annual cruise down the Bound. Last night tho yachts men attended ihe ball at ths Casino held ln their honor. Among tho boats whloh started with the fleet were ths schooner Water Witch. Commodore David Banks: steam yacht Kana papa, Tlce-Corumodore Moore; sloop Tigress, Itear-Commodora James Wion. Jr.: steam yacht Orient, F. B. Hadewi steam yacht Nearo. K. II. Austin. Jr.: schooner Una, J. F. Acker man: sloop Athlono. E. B. Havens: sloop Blval, P, O. Bsnford: sloop Daphne. W. H. Booth: sloop Concord, n. C. Iloonio; sloop Annie, J. SI. Tappon: sloop Desire, F, K. Cump: sloop Portia, B. II. Mason, Jr.: sloop Penguin. Goorgs E. Brlghtson: sloop Nimpoy. II. II. Salmon. Jr.: sloop Arlala, E. J. Bergon: catbnat Qunhlld; steam yacht Ola, Commodoro Harris, New ltochelle Ynaht Club, and sloop Forget Mo Not. Butlor Brothers. A number ot these, boats did not oontl nue on the trip, but they will be replaced by othor boats hero. When the starting signal was fired at 10:17 o'clock this mornlnsr from the flagship Water Witch thero wns n light breoze blowing from the northwest. Tho Wator Wltoh wn. nlrcndy under way when the signal wns flrd. Tho others wero not much bohind her. however, and tho ltlvnl nnd Daphne divided the honors of being the first boats nwny. Thoy wero fol lowed by tho Athlono, Oulnnro. Penguin, and the rest of tho tlnot It wns a dead bent to windward to. Cold Spring Light, whon tho fleet squared, nway lor Black Hock. Tho Athlono Kotm took tho load front thn Dnphne. but was nftorward passed by tho Oulnare. m The loaders passed Cold Kpriug Light In tho following order: (lulnnre. Dnphne. Tigress. Penguin, nntl Wnter Witch. When thev got out on tho Hound tho race hecamo n drifting match. Tho Athlope. Tigress. Water Witch. Dnphne. Concord, nntl (lulnnro seemod to drift faster than Iho othors. hiuI thoy finished In about tho oritur nnmod. Tho Daphne nnd tho Concord weru about tho only nuos which did not set light snlls, und they both made, n vory creditable showing. Tho, Tigress led the fleet iuto Black Bock nntl finished nt 3:.')5 o'clock. Tho olhcrs Ilnlshed In the follnwlnif order: Athlono. :)::in: Oulnare, :t:40:3O: Ponutitn. it::i7:H0: Conconl. 4:00:33: Wator Witch.4:0.-i:.'l): Nottts. 4:'4:3f: Daphne. 4:30:15; Itlvul. 4:r.'I:.'t5: Annie. 4:.rr: Aslaln. 4:57:10; Una, 5:0o:'.0; tlunhild. 5:11:40. The grounds and cottages nt Blnck Bock wero all illuminated to-night, and a reception nnd ball was hold ntihe lintel (leorgo In honor of the fleet. To-morrow divine servlco will bo held on board of tho Kniiupnpa. Vlco-Com-rnodore W. B. Mooro's etenm yacht On Mon day the fleet will go to Morris Cove. Now Hn ven, whore n reception will bo tenderod to tho visiting yachtsmen by thoPoqtiot Association of that placo. From there tho fleet will goto lSew London, Grocnpolnt. nnd Shelter Islnnd. Ppmetlmo during the cruise a raco will be sallod by tho 35-tooters. TBE HlO t'BT.LOW XKASVItEO. A Notable Falllnx OCT In Fleah TVIiere It 1 Moat Needed. Bat Head. July 23.-" I'll lick thnt fellow In twenty minutes, sure." was Sulllvnn's reply to a question concerning his light with ICor bett yostorday, "nnd I am as good a man to day, physically, as I ever was In mv life." Ho now weighs 2J0 pounds, just threo pounds heavier than when he fought Juke Kilraln. BulHvan says that tho coming battle will bo th greatest business transaction ot his lifo. and for that matter ho Is moro than ever anxious to bring it to a successful termina tion. Aside from the $l-r,000 in cash depend ing upon the result, he expocts his book to bring In a largo revenue, also tho new play which ho Intends to produce for tho ilrst time noxt Beptembor. Without ho defeats Corbett what will his book ond play amount to? And no ono known this hotter than Sul livan. Those nre tho reasons, therefore, that actuate him to do his level host to got Into condition by tho 7th day of September, and up to this he hai boen a most faithful worker. A day or two ngo Sullivan wns subjected to a series of measurements, nntl this wns tho re sult: Chest. 40: chest extended, 4l: waist, 40: stomach. 44: hips. 44; thigh. "4; calf. l."i; neck, 18: nrm. natural. 14: with muscle ex tended. 10: forearm. Viiil wrist. H. A llttlo Incident occurred nt the training rjunrters re oently which shows how thorough ly the blgfollow is up on wrestling. In front of the inn Is nsmnllginss plot nlcoly fenced in by twined posts, nnd one side is n lurgn willow tree, which nffords a rnfrnslilneretrt'iit of a warm day. Under thn willow a coupl,. of dnys ngo snt Charley Johnon. Phil Cnsoy. Matt Chine. Frank Mornn. Jack A-.hton. and one or two othors. and tlto subject of wrestling was brought up. "Now. yon mny not think so, but that Is ono of Ashton's grent holds." said Johnston. 'Builtvon mny lie very clever. Imt 1 think Jack can down him nt collar nnd olbow." "why. he wouldn't lie in It." quickly rr!'ed Sullivan. ' I enn down him In n minute." The men finally went nt It on tlie little green plot, and thero wns some tall hurtling for two or throe minutes, when. Ilko a Hash. Kull'vnn got an outside hold nnd threw his training pnit ner fairly. "Who taught you how to wrcstlo so well?" tho big follow war, asked. "Matt Grnce. who. I think, wnit one of the best collnr-nnd-elbow wrestlors of hlsdny." was tho roply. It is rumored around hero that Jack Ashton would not he averse to flghtlne Jo" Ond.biril. who recontly defeated Joe MeAulllTo in Sun Francisco. In speaking of Gnildanl r. cently. Ashton said: "Whon 1 (ought him In Mel bourne, on Sept. 28 Inst year, he got tho decls ion. but to save his life he emilil not knock me out, nor oven knock nio down. It was nn eight round 'go' for gate, money, I wn In no condition nt thnt." It l thought thnt If tho Coney Island Athlotla Club or the Olympic Club of NewOrlenns would offer a good purso Ashton would nip at the bait in an instant. BLACKBunsi: r.v u.t, i.vck. Albls and Marco Are T.radlnrc, Closely Fol. lowed by Tiirrach uid IVInuirrr. Dbesdkx, July 23. Blackburne. tho English champion, is cortalnly running up ngalnst hard luck. To-day. in tho ninth round, ho was defeated by Loman, one ot tho tnllcndors. The Dutohman was moro or less Innocent, for Blackburne, after obtaining a good game, de spite tho unfavorable dotonco chosen -centre counter gambit left a piece en tirine. and con sequently lost. This Is the third time llltick burne hus thrown a game away by moro care lessness. "He's growing old," remurkod .Ma son. Wlnawer won a beautiful Buy Lopez of Mleres after thirty-eight moves. Paulsen, hard pressed or tlmo, lost an irregulnr to Marco, lurrnach and Bnrdolebun draw n Potrofl. Iho Doctor keeping up a perpetual check, anil be tween Behove and Heliottlnender honors wero equnllr divided. The following games wero adjourned: Alnptn vs. Non, French; (lo't schnll vs. Torgos, French: Marra v.t. AlLin, Buy; Walbrodtvs. Makowltz, irregular. rSoriman')5tSooi1jj. Self-denial It on of the rarities of mankind I But te to deny aemetblng for one'e own benefit should not prove a hardship. You. young mas. wonder, aa ynu tmoka up your money, how you can buy a High Orade leycle. stop smoking for a little while, and th question la tlly solved, 89 ota. A DAY, 1 will but a tiotob. lb cost of 4 Clgsrs, I Qe OtS. A DAY, 1 WILL BUT A ORHDEKDA. he cost of 8 Cigars, I THE "VICTOR" IN BICTCLRS, LIKE A "BBEWBTBB" IK OAIIRIAORH, IS THU URHT. THB"0REnENDA"I8"000D ABOOLD" BY CALLING AT OCX (.TOllB. 241 B110ADWAT. TOO WII.LI.RAK.S HOW UASILT YOU CAN UK OltBOr THESE rOt'CLAR W11KRLS. SPALDING'S. A. O. Spalding Bros., 841 Broadway. BICTCI.ES on this 1NHTALLMINT rLAH. BABOAINS IN HECONS.HAND vruKJujs. CaUstrsiBXJC. aaUTda. ? UTeW! l&XtttKBtt, fit '9aaj " Oini WAV TO sUTB ffifl TIMK -.ffiaBBal wrrnooT AppmoKAt, i,?M TOP HAT LRAVIt TOUR lB AjDTJBRTIMSMltNT -Xfl ASfKBICAN PIBTRICT, MKaPIRNasia) A WW Omoe, It ln our list of Advertising Agencies yog 'rMm do not nnd ens convenient. ?Ksft AT PRIVATE SALE. m Van Tassell & I Kearney I HATH ON ItANB w At Their Mammoth Repository. .'I MO, ln JBABT 1BTU ST.. TBHOTan T ' ' f, ISO, 193, 1T. AND IB EAST 1ITR BT. ' i TOE I, S.ROKST AND rlKERT SRI.HOTI0H Of KBW sbTB 'I SliCO.ND-IIAND CARRIAUES IN Till CnT. I ARK OrTKRINO ATVRRY MODKIUTB PRIOKS A)IJU ! EOANT ASSORTMENT OK LUADIMa STILSIOV j! Victorias, Cabriolets. , tf Eight-spring Victorias, ' and Victorias with Rumbles. i ' ALSO A FINK DESrLAY OT 1 I a M:VANnELAnORATEDE8IONS ji IN . ) Natty Summor Traps ' and i.iniiT VEinci.ns roR srniNO drivino. f ROCK A WA VS. SIX fAFVKNORR IHICKAfftYS AND OOUrR ROQsV t.l' AWAV8, NKW AND SECOND-HAND, BY BEST MAKERS, . Till? rnritfAR RVNAIIIII.'T WAOONR, IK AW. Sf STVI.KH or TAINT AND THIMHINl). AND WITH ANU 1(1 WITIIDUTTOI'S. ill MAIL rllAKTONR. TCA RTP. RriDRR-rHARTnMa Sfl i:.THVSION-TOl' rilAKTIINH, I)0CTORS' TUAETOKK Jjt LADIKS'DRIVlNtll'HAKTONli. j tjjT oMNint'sr.s. waoonkttrs. t.krt, DRPOTWA ll, ONS. TII.IIIIRYrt, KNUI.15H I)t)UfTftTa, PONY OARTsV iV.t DOMChYCAIlTK. U, j Mail Coach, 1 IIAKDSOMKSr IX AMERICA. FOR SALS. V.jj 1 BUILT UY. I. H. IIHEWMTER A CO. -"l i ALMOST NEW. l Brakes. M Body Brakes, Skeleton Brakes, Jjf nv.vt and sncoNniuxn. to carry eioht ob at TUN I'HRHO.S'S. 5 3 Elegant Second-hand Brake, M KKARLV NEW) CARRIES 12 rASPENOERSi FITTRD ft WITH I'ROVISION CKLI.ARKTTK. IIAOflAOB BOOT. Ife'l HORN, IASl;iJl'. AND tlTlllin Ari'OINTMK.ITS: FINK- (o'i LY FINISHED. AND CAN UK ItllftlllT AT A IIAROAIN. J1, VllltY I.HJtl'l' INIIIllH WAGON, Mtl r,rrr. with Mtv.itt.i: oi.ann win, 'Tit 1IOUX AMI MIATIIDR OUKTAINS. Ml It "Will Pay You f J TO LOOK AT ODE STOCK. THE LAROF.ST AND TJli MOMT VARIED A'KOIITMRNTOF ANY CAR- ft I RIAUE HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY. JjiJ BERLIN COACH. Kl'.rOND-HAND. EQUAL TO NEW. ,'Jf.j RRRW8TKK A CO. HIIRIIEY. HRrOXD-IIAND, WITB 5f RKVhlt-SIIILK 8K tTSt POLK AND HIIAFTK. )' WlS TOP HI'.EW.STKIt A CO. PHAETON, BUT L1TTLB JsVWl USED. ipW IMMENSE KTORK OF IMPORTED AND DOMKSTIO isf'J ITARNKHS OF ALL KINDS; SADDLER. BRIDLES. ,W'i WHIPS. FUK AND CLOTH ItDBliS. BLANKETS, Ac. ' S sSll HORSES ifl OF ALL KINDS'. FAMILY 1I0RSF.8. TKOTTBRS, (111 P.0AUSTKR.3, HADDLF. HORSES. AND WORK UORSKd $ ALWAYS ON HAND AT I'lllVATK SALE. l 1 - ;. Flandrau&Co. DOTVN TOWN, H 372, 374, 376 BROOME STREET, 1 71 town. -r-ij BROADWAY, 5IST ST. & 7TH AV. M ELEGANT CARRIAGES M OP THE BEHT GHADK, l"l FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY, MM anii op rvr.rtY variety of iiksiq.v. $WJ -oi.ok. and ri:iniiT. 'W-V STOCK SECOND VEHICLES. WSft STUDEBAKER BROS. MFG. GC W m.'ir.uF.na of iiioii grade cab. '& RIAGES, 'Pik 265 and 267 Canal st., m SOO Tttt Fast of Ilroadnrny. wi: ornii: haroains from now till kali, in Ma PONY AND VILLAfii: CARTS, RUCKROARDS, BUB. fJ, IlEYS. PHAETONS. Itl'NAIIOUTS, AND ALL KINDS OW 4"s? LIIIIIT SUMMER THAI'S. 4Qv ALWAYS Oa HAND, If Complete Stock ot ye' UrciuzTiam-. CniiTtea, Coiita.Knel'invry rj)M J.fintlaiis. Vtctorhi. CnbrtnIeM,tfts &e -u'fn- . ifiR AT AUCTION. WM. EASTON. Al'CriONEEE, ,1pm 1- III ronse;ilnc rf tl. alisanra of V.r. WILLIAM ,V-s: Vastus m ci.irai. i,,t vi-:hm!siay t, sal of Pom PONIF Biiiiniiiirril in i.i'.rt i,l.,ii Hut Uar nt jSiM; TATTKItsAl.l.'S kali. IlKI'OSIIiutV wi.a nut iarne vflfl tliriimtli. VaH s ",, Tlianwnra ha' now tnatrui-tad ! ''JH lilt. WILLI M I'.tsrtl.. UJiB ; WHO WILL ITItaONAI.I.YCIIAbl'UI Till: BALK, j V-B TO SELL UY AITTItlS TO THE HlfllI1T IlIDDEa. fl AitcOl.l'TI'.I.Y WITIIOI'T ItESl.KVl:, '""" ,f fU Wi;il.Si:SI)Y NEXT. JULY ,27. AT II A ll"""l I ll TATTKRSAI.I.'S SAM: Itr.l'OSITOf.V, ,'All Sithsl.alil 7th nf, Nm- Vnrlt, aBBal TWENTYEIOIIT POLO PONIK-! AVII CURS, whlfh I'H Merc nnt iilfrrsd laat Wflin'alnj-, aii'l si.i aro ths r,'H ti'i-kof llielot, rnmprialliK excaplloitally f-l hi .llnr JsjbbI I'liNll.s ntl COIts. all iiarrenir ui-Kilf nl quist to FlH rll-. nntl mnny of tltrm br kn lo lirnieas. jll K TtllU MAI.K "III Uk IilM's In llic CEIIULAR H WEEKLY SALE da- at TA'iTURKaI.IH, FI'KTllKat f Baal UNTItim of HOIISIIS. CAKRIAtlKS, IIAKN'KKH. as. V sal will h- rfclrt up to 2 e. M. on TI'KSIiaV, JI'LY 'it. l at lATTKKSALL'H lof KfcW YHKK) LINITKb, Mlh tt! I and 7tli av Now York. , j STUDEBAKER BROS. MFG. CO,, 1 1 265-267 Canal Street. ,1 Farm wasotia, contractors' and farm earl, dry f els jl Uosilrr, rrsosrs', anil buslnsss watoat or U kinds. ra3 A f nil Una of harass. ' Rfl EDWARD CALLANAN'S SON, II CABRIAUK ats7II.SEat. ' IE M SEVERAL SICOND-HAItD OABJUAOBS Ct rBBFECT S J ORDEH AT TKBT KBASONABIJI FI0UEI8, """" ft 3t WlNki CARKIAOl! HKI-AXJUNa a urt 1 1 THBROCOH TfOMSC ,f 1 . -. MODalslATaiPBlItlES. 9, 1 Dsslsras as atsttssatss rrsBastly BaWaslttcS. A WAREROOMS, 1,522 BROADWAY. -fll MVHOIXB, sITTKKam, l-BAITONB, I. sfl BVCKBOAJUIst. TRAPH AND H TaTKatM XVTNABOVTS ,jM AT staUtATI-X XEOvTEO PKICKM. H ALSO BDMINEKS TfAMNS of ALL Ub H HOOITKbT. aOBBBTH A CO., r I W aZANVVAOTCKEBTtl AND DEALKRx, '- UDBBAT8T, I 'M lITAJTrKD AC .000.000 popI te tf na tor BlrrU'stsr- ' 1 (3 t rusMasd sarnsss oatalta-tiss. Ufait assortiurBt , ! M U AseiiMi very m4srU utoesi Host u oca .j CI ifeSfafe I - 1 , -tf. frstfsaWPWrr !aaaai