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after the gHeat victory.
nVfUl.trEt XOT COXn.VCKD TtTAT
.IMI.ItlVA HAS IBB BBTTBB BOAT.
Ir. Essll.n Waters tke sSewl TMiki skat ike
Valkrrle Would Certainty Heat Ike Ylal-mat-
A Bepert tkat Ike Caller Will Be
ota - 'otm"l " Trltmi'm O.llnm
shock"' Ovaatl t Ik Vlsllant
. Hke W Tow New Roehcllr.
;0w lliat tho Vigilant )im finally defeated
the Valkyrie, anil the America'! Cup I safe Tor
aaotluT rtar. yachtsmen And ,'lontr of rea
sone to tol tl10 v'r,UM ' ,ne American boat.
Frlt1.tr ' contest, which tt roally tho closest
tDd licet race ever ealled for tho trorhr. nat
urally (MM! In for the largest share of atten
Uon. nntl. jestenlay. dismission wnxotl faet
enfl.uriot.sa to the morlta of the Vigilant
,n,l Valkyrie. It Is now conceded that the
Valkyrio was unilorrntoJ. and one can hardly
be found Who will ay that tho Vlellant would
hive won tho last contest but for tha acci
dents to the Valkyrie' eplnnaker. However.
tho general opinion seemi to be that the
American boat wai not eallod aa well as she
might have boon. A well-known yaahtaman.
In Ipwklna of the Vigilant' handling on Frl-
-l day. sab' -
"Nat Horreihoft knows how to design a boat
and' is undoubtedly a man whom any on would
hko to have at hla yacht's wheel, but In an in
ternational racn I do not think he i the man
fortlio place Ho has had year of experience on
the water. It is true, and n great many people
will toil you t hat because ho piloted the Glorl
,,,, an. I v, .,'.) totlotory against soma of tho
smartest sailing masters In the country hats a
wonder. Now that Is all very well In It way.
but tlioy forgot Unit ho always bad tho fastest
boat, and that when tho Olnrlana won her
famous victories many of tho other bouts were
In re i'if noconilition to race, which accounted
for his successes.
"I think Mr. Isellu made a mistake In allow
lis Mi. HerroihofT to Ball the boat; In my
1 opinion, cither ('apt. Hunson or Cant. Terry
would have duno fur better. It you tako tho
whole series of rocos. flukes and all. you will
(ndthut many errors of judgment were eom
mltted In tho handling of the Vigilant, which
night 1. 1 vii proved to be fatal agulnst a faster
boat than tho Valkyrio. Take Friday's race,
for instanoa. Herroshoff was oomplotely out
jockeyed br Cngit. t'ranfleltl at tbo start Soma
tropin Day say. 'Oh. tho Vigilant was only
twenty seconds bohiod;' that did not in a
lenie show what she really lost through her
art 'I'lto Viuilant vou see. was behind and
i i li.ew.iril. and m n wind and sea like that on
Friday Her unfortunate, position must have
toother nt least throe minutes in the beat to
Windward, oven admlttiug that something was
tho matter with her centreboard. The Val
kyrie bud her oompletoly at her mercy, and
the English cutter used her position for all It
''Again, llerrcshoff made a mistake in com
ing about on tho port tack under Long Beach.
Ilio Vigilant at litis time was outfontlng the
Valkyrie a little, although she was not point
lag so high. If 11 erroshoIT had kept her u little
farther In alio might hare been able to como
about and cross tho Vulky rlo's bow ; as it was,
nlas men out of ten who were watohtng the
race at that time contended that the
Vigilant would never be able to cross
tho cutter, and later events proved that
titer were riiUit. Then what did Herre
hnn" do. when ho found he conld not
weather the alkyrie? Why, ha made tha
almost Inexcusable error of coming about un
der the Valkyrie's lee. when It would hare
been far better to have passed under the
Englishman's stern, even If the Valkyrie had
oome about. Instead of being astern and to
leeward as they were, they would have been on
em terms with tbo Valkyrie. A it.was.thu
Valkyrie practically had the Vigilant blan
keted, and kept ner iuat whore she wanted for
us remainder of the beat.
"Now I want to speak of a matter which
hudloafiB tho Vigilant considerably, although
Usrroshoff Is In no way responsible for it This
lithe manner in which she was steered. All
of the I'jitii-h yachts use a tiller, whioh gives
them a big advantage when quick handling is
required. Now. all of (he Cup defenders over
here stesr with n wheel, just why it Is hard to
say mi ii cruising yach. where space is val
uable In a cockpit, u wheel is very handy. On
big racing yachts, like the Vigilant Colonla,
Jubilee, and 1 ilgrltn. there Is plenty of deck
rtom for a tiller, and next year they ought to
ukeone. Even then, with the Vlgilant's straight
keel and board down, she would not come
around on her koel llko tho Valkyrie does, but
she would certainly act quicker in stays than
she does now.
Now, go back to Friday's race. Another
Impoitant feature was the sails both boats
carried. The Vigilant, for Instance, had a
single reefed mainsail, working tonsail. and a
medium-sized jib nnd torestuysall. The Val
kyrie had what is known as a half reef In her
mainsail, working topsail, and small jib and
ferestaysail. In my opinion both would have
done better with under housed topmasts and
full mainsails. Tho Vigilant. 1 think. Buffered
more through this error than the Valkyrie. If
the Amork'an boat had shakon out her roof I
am sure she would have pointed bettor, and it
would certainly have helped hor if she had
HfiiS imaller head sails. They were
touiblg fore roofed mainsail In tbat wind, and
kept dragging hor off to leeward all tha time."
inere was little to see down at Hay Midge
yesterday afternoon, tho Vigilant having gone
to .New I.ochollo early In the day. The Val
kyrie, therefore, hud all the honors to herself.
f wo anchors weru down, and a spare one was
loot ready to be put overboard In case there
was any danger of her dragging In the gale.
.0.?oe V uu board but the mat and a fow
Ithesaflor. (apt. Cran Hold and Kallmakor
Jtstior went up to City Island early In the day
toMealio.it securing a Perth Jor tho Valkyrio
"either 1'iepgrus's or Hawkins's yard, wliero
he wih lay thin wlntor. It Is said that Lord
iiunraven is anxious to soil her. and that she
tan be bought for a reasonable figure.
r.r,.ih,rr.l!,,t,le"uthorU' 'or " statement
Kill 10. '."'kyrie'a mast was sprung In the
StfJtr ,(onJr. and they were afraid of car
nUfl tho matt out coming back or they would
wi..n.h,tJnr club topsail and balloon jib
when tha Vigilant did.
The tug Commnndar. with C. Oliver Iselln
It.. tSPfg' 'rionds on board, en mo down to
toVth. 5P..i,.r,,r ".'V. 1- o'clock yestorday to
an Lt'rli ;us Igilnnc back to her anchor
Kni.i i N"w. '"'I'ellc- Her anchors were
Cfi'i"'1, a."er her crow had l"ted and
BBfSL'ff do eated, rival, the entiro party
STt.0? 'or s,,w "oehelle.
SRC? 'oinmander. gayly decked with Mr.
l.ii.. nn(1 Mli0K colors, led tho way. Tho
hie .If1"" ttl")Oit hidden In hunting, whlln
tUh.r n,v'"-lckoUd crew were lluetf up on
aTutL "2t of ,1,B b00rn roady to answer
Halt,. i. h.hew aeoompanlad by hartendor.
itreLt i."'nl8r,.,n.I,d ftt, E1 Twenty-sixth
HZK "AuAt.B'''n.OB.ei Bteam yacht Ituna
A. ti '"' trlumidial procession.
'clVk ti,1Jtl '" l'odT.y the battery at 1:10
UrtterArA ftSP,,J,B.9; wa cheered by a
bill, '',W",II'"'II the tugs and ferrytioats
III 'g,"""'l"J,'" ,F" l'r a noisy welcome,
tan r-JIK l"','i'1 'Ike wlldflro that tho Vlgl-
with sit-1 I"'1 "I"1 h"""0P was thronged
tl"lulT i ; '" 1;18rr noat nn.1 factory whls
telas t ' f . I" l,. ."" on extent that theCap-
m& mS&2" Com,",ad8r ov u"
lHe'or!f''!L.'","r,nve,'1 ttt NWlloehellohort
Eaauss. i ,1:''k-,11'' lsidlii said, in response
riii h ai1' lt '",' ' ' ' "ot decided just what
Sne to -. "i' "".' thu Vigilant, hut would
!Mtorin.d&U.',i,iP V 7 fHW hVl Thamom-
sMrroSr n?n ,lr,1"'ln nd Ills friends to.
Bllyill".?hJr7nd " is broposed to make It
ttJboSlUg?"B'roTW k"o-n In tho l:ltory
mie,;'!,;f'li?1' ,"' tlioAnierlca'.C'upCora
'i hi" , ; '","'-r,"lv,!lVlt Ulere " nor doubt
'igllant , i 1, i V'o Valkyrie outpolntU tho
kink ii ., "v ' rac"' ''"t that he did not
lltti,.,. ..'""H'aii boat had done herself
Oal-Vnl i '', '""'"l that her board was lam-
it wi, a,'.'" th". '"' ' windward It was
r5l I . ' l''u,'T "'"," should have boon
-WMlsae w'irk ,"nl'"tlioulit that her
tt ifj..'i, . k 'i largo, and that sho could
furtii, -;,,".'' "! in the strong brooM. He
ltgti, ; " , "'I tbo war home they oould
oil,i .'. "!','" '' ""the way up and that over
runlu ltWM ,l"wn all tho way on the
ii ?v" :."" ""'''." .'ia-icd Mr. HerreshofT for
f;''akor .) rlV "etti"g up the Vigilant'
llt,H0V,"r'" founded. '' Mr. Fish oon
rfllr Ma.V, WL? not JUetiflod. as lt was
t'oniuavl, !,':' ""atnanship. Mr. Herre
h" did uJ. V " l'1,''l nil'takus before that, but
tntil b" """"ihatiuiii.. H simply stood off
"luarsduw. v', ,''-,r "' ,h8 Valkyrfe. and thon
P"1 Jflow. V" "'""ourse. Had he rounded
& I i ' r .'"' t,j V""rlo. he might
!t0l iff, . Vr nd l'assad hor. and
f00 iL'tliW' '" . ,ldv" 'M" in behind
Sh SI tl.,. "i'1 rlunk to her like
Ktmi'ii,!" I,0"", Mr- 'lerresUoir
!?r."or hot i ' " K,'":l' wrk would not do,
. UIiav.. , ," ' l'1 tho ulkyrle ho would I
v f"'l .'.,1,1,1 , :'! in.l hi s mis to muko up,
lut.iy ,., uvi.dwiii.il until ho wan ul, so-
.'tt.,, . ,'"'- " pnifki piece of tiusl
f''"di. , i, ;'i''-'"""'" "' ii tin- main-
! ' l'ire, ,, '": ' '.eclul.t..i,aL Which great -
I ''!?' woui I i '"' n a. to whether thu Val-
I . ckr;, V ; '", w"nhud her spinnaker held.
I w.fti.o-,, . ' ''Ofll'unravon' brotbr-lii.
u -i-ii' santod hmi on tho Vigilant, was
seen at th Waldorf resterrla. and. speaking
for Xxrri Dnnraven, said : " The raco aro over
now. and I can give hi Ideas about them and
Tfrythlng else connected with them.
In tha first place, we are not yet sntlsfed
that the Vigilant Is the bettor Lout. Wear
satisfied, however, that sho has tmaten nsln
th races that have been sailed, and that sho Is
a better boat for the condition of i American
wind and water. On tho other sldo I think tho
Valkyrie could boat her.
Lonl Dunravon's roasons for thinking that
his boat Is th btter are plain ones. Let in
take up each contest, whether It ndd In a
raoe or not and explain. The Iwo boats mot
five time. In the first race th valkyrla cer
tainly showed herself tho Vigilant' otinal.
In the second the Vigilant had luck ami
won. In tho third it was a fair test In n good
breM and the Vigilant won. Perhaps the
wind was streaky. Th fourth contest proved
nothing as both boats had the lead at times.
The last ono In a gale wn tho llnett race
ho ever saw. Lord Imnrnveu says. I was on
the Vigilant, ami they all thought that (he
Valkrrle was the winner. Of course. Lord
J'unraven thinks that the torn spinnaker lost
him the race. As for the jam in tho Vlgilant's
oontrenoard. lt was nothing.
They were able to hoist It with tackle.
The Vlgilant's spinnaker was torn a hit. to:
but good luck saved It from getting Mown to
shred. On Wednesday last Lord nunraren
knew that tho Valkyrio s mast had been badly
aprung. but he had to go In yesterday's race
"Every ono noticed that the Valkyrio didn't
set her club topsail on the run homo and orlti
elsed It. The reason was that Capt. Cranlleld
did not dnrn risk it.
"The mast would have gone sure. Besides,
when he rounded the mnrk so far ahead of
the Vlirllnnt bethought he had. the race sure,
and wanted to let wll enough alone, lly the
joss of hie spinnaker. Lord Dunraven thinks
he lost three minutes, and thus the raoe.
Lord liiinruv.Mi still thinks that tho keel
bont Is better tha"h the centreboarder In Enb
llsh waters, and he Isn't so sure but that It is
here. too. especially in a heavy blow like
Tbo English build. Lord Dunraven thinks.
makes tha boat wettor and puts her noso
through the sens, but it doe not (top hor.
i lie American style of bow Is" bluffer nnd ride
tho seas bettor, but tho hont loses headway."
At the Now York Yacht Club, yesterday after
noon, quite a number of the members dropped
In to talk over the victory. On the bulletin
board was posted a cable despatch from
Treasurer F. TV. J. Hurst, which read: "Hearti
Herbert G Leeds, who sailed on tho Vigilant,
aid: 'The Valkyrie Is a very fast boat. Hho
outgeneraled us on tho way out. and tho Vigi
lant outgeneraled her on the run in. It wns a
great race, and if the Valkyrie's spinnaker
had not gone It would havo been a matter of
ten soconds cither way at the finish. The ne
cldent to the Vigilant was that tho winch of
her oentreboard broke, and we could not get it
up or down until w had rigged a
tackle on the spoko of the wheel, nnd
even then w had to hoist It Inch by Inch.
It was really vory rlsar to sail a race In suoh a
wind with the board out of ordor. If we had
been able to hoist It wo would have been able
to have carried our llrst starboard tack fnr
longer than we did: as It was, the Valkyrio
had us under her loo all the while. Coming
back our spinnaker was torn and balloon jib
topsail fouled. This was not bad luck, but
"The toarlng of the Valkyrie's spinnaker
wns also had management. Uoing out we had
a reef in our mainsail, and Valkyrie had half a
roef. to were both banking on a storm com
ing. I think we would hove both done bettor
under full mainsails and housod topmasts,"
Superintendent (linen said: " It Is all over.
Our boat won. It was great racing, however,
nnd the Valkyrie Is very fast, but not quite fast
enouirh. Tho English must try again."
FiiovtiiENCK. Oct. 14. Nat Herrsshoft, de
signer of the Vigilant, with the extromo
modesty and nbhorrence of personal glorifica
tion which aro his marked characteristics,
socretly slipped out of New York last night as
eoon as ha oould get oft tho Vigilant, and
hastened to his home in Bristol. Ills coining
was unexpected and not half a dozen knew of
It and thus he was able quietly and quickly to
seclude himself from even his closest personal
friends. If there Is anything he dislikes it Is
newspaper notoriety, and his hasty departure
from New York was made to escape inter
viewers, as well as to avoid any possibility of
his being lionized by the enthusiastic friends
of the Vigilant.
In Bristol to-day he has successfully evaded
every attempt to Invade his privacy, and at
the HerreshofT works this afternoon It was
stated that no one knew whore he wus. Ever
since the second raoe his frlonds in Bristol
have been agitating the subject of giving a
big reception to him on his return and of fol
lowing this with soma public demonstration
which should fitly recognize his success with
the Vigilant and tho agitation ha spread
throughout the Htate,
, It is now proposed that tho honor he bas
brought to the Statu shall be recognized by
some appropriate public demonstration In
J'rovldenco. in addition to tho reception by his
townsmen, and by the presentation of some
aoitabla testimonial ot lasting character, and
in this movement the most influential men in
the State are Interested. Including ex-Governors
and many others not especially Identi
fied with yachting interests. It Is expected
that the movement will take definite form
within a few days, and the only apparent ob
stacle, though one which has given those in
terested great concern, is the well-known in
disposition of Mr. HerreshofT to figure before
the public In any way. or to acoept any public
On several previous occasions he has actually
run away and hidden when It was intended to
lemur him by even comparatively insignificant
demonstrations, and It Is feared that great
difficulty may be experienced In getting his
consent to make the present affair something
differont from "Hamlet" with am'eMeft out.
Close personal friends, howover. will at once.
in fact they have already begun, to exert every
possible influence upon liltn to induce him to
accept the richly merltod honor which hi fol
low citizens of tho entire State wish to do him,
and lt I hoped that their efforts may be suc
cessful. If not, ho will not altogether escape,
fnr a testimonial of some kind will be given
him, even though it has to be sent by express
and delivered only by a messenger.
A MARVELLOVa YACOT1HO KKPORTI
The A..orlitpd Press fublro Home Anioii
l.hlast lnlorm.llni.Xii KniU I!luuriilu
by the United Pre.., Tos May He Bare.
Th story of the first meeting of tho yaebta
Valkyrie and Vigilant In their series of races
for Ilio America's Cup a lt was lurniidind t
English papers by a reporter of the Associated
Tress and wns printed there has just reached
New York. As the reader will recall. It Is the
tory ot the iluke raoe of Thursday. Oct. 5.
Because of It entire novelty a a report of a
yachting event, the story Is in part worth re
printing. After tailing the expactant British reader
that "an immense fleet of boats started down
the bar early In the forenoon following In the
rear of th oompetlng yacht." tho writer says
that " tha outlook, from a weather point of
lew. waa discouraging. Tha atmosphere wns
heavy and the breeze wa travelling at
a rata ot less than Ave mile an
hour." However, "a soon as th Valkyrie
arrived at Sandy Hook Lightship, the wind be
gan to freshen from northeast, tha haze grad
ually clearing away." and so "at five minutes
past 11 a signal was hoisted from the commu
te boat that the couna should be south, right
down to New Jorsey coast, a distanc of llltueu
That the New Jarsay coast lias fifteen mile
south of tho Handy Hook Lightship will be a
s inowliat startling bit of fnformatlon to the
geographers of this town, while the yachts
men who thought the yachts were, by previous
agreement to sail away dead before the wind
instead of with tho wind ovor Die port quar
ter will have to revise their notes.
Having in this fashion given the lay of the
wind and the land, tho writer sends tho boats
away, so to speak, by saying Unit "at twonty
flvo minutes oast 11 the stattlng signal
boomed." whereat "the American champion
passed over just In time beforo tho echo
roused." The unfortunate English akipper.
being outside the echo limit by seconds,
"was tliereb.ro slightly handicapped.
Thu Kngllshmau will also be Interested to
learn thathls boat-that 1 to soy. that " both
yauhts set balloon jibtopsatls bofore crossing
thu line" and then " shook out their spin
nakers as II. ey crossed ; ' after which, to return
to the subject of tho weather again, we leurn
that "the wind then freshened a little, juat
enough to cause n rlpplu on the water and par
tially lift the fog." Thu writer had disposed
of the nu'i e.irli'-r In the story, but still it wua
not loo Into to get rid of the fog.
Tho next paragraph gives tho yachtsmen
something eutirely now to think of It a
novelty 111 tho causes of losses and gain dur
ing a raco. It appears that "at a quarter past
i. no" tho Vigilant "was rocking badly" In that
rippling ecu. "aiiu the Vulky no began to gain."
Tha .1 it. me. i between the boats became
smull" after the Valkyrie began to gain, and
then "tbo wind shifted." and both " spinna
kers were taksn In. Then the Valkyrie
tanked Inshore and the Vigilant offshore." nnd
"u minute later Ith i-uglUli yachting reader
must have gasped as he read itj th rival ap
peared to bt almost abreast "
There was life In tho movomonts that fol
lowed. Although the Vigilant was heading off
shore aril the ulkyrle In shore, 'tho Vulkyrla
tried to get io windward of her opponent and
nearly succeeded, but just then th American
yacht caught a breeze and went off short on
i he starboard tack." .....
lly putting ihl with what had been previ
ously said about the lay of the land-that is to
Bar that th Now .terser ooast lay south fif
teen miles from Handy Hook Lightship the
reader will undnrstaud readily just as much of
tbo situation as the Assocluied i'ross rsporter
did. and will be able to follow bin when ha
are that th beat thaa Moatintered a ooth
arhr wind, which esosed them to tek."
The evcltement was apparently Increasing
out at sea. for the excursion stmrs sp
peared now to b crowding th racer wor
than ever.'' It was natural excitement for
"by thl tim they Ith racers) Wr
very nearly abreast,'' and when a few
minutes later . tha Valkyrio whll tack
Ing cot In front of th Vigilant and
gained perceptibly." nnn can Imagine that
the situation wa positively thrilling. If It
wssn'l. then It became so when "the Valkyrie
kept down along the beach" (that New .Tersay
const fifteen miles south of the lightship),
" and the V Igilsnt tacked eastward."
Next we find that " the.Vlgllnnt straightened
out her course, but "the Valkyrie had gained
u distinct load nevertheless."
"The Valkrrle maintained her lead" prob
ably because, aa w are told in th next sen
tence, "it was noticed that tho Vigilant ap
peared to feci the effect of the ground swell
more than tho Valkyrie and was rolling much
Next w loam that the " yachtsmen were un
able to understand th tack which the Vigilant,
mad when she lost so much ground, hut by
means of service of carrier Pigeons sent off
from time to time by a special representative
of the Associated l'ro.s from a steamer follow
ing the mcers. those who were anxiously
watching the contest from shoro "presuma
bly the New Jersey roast, fifteen miles south
of the lightship" learned that the wind, such
as It wns, had shitted to the southwest, that
tho yachts had hauled In their spinnakers, and
set nil their head sails."
Th carrier pigeon service explained the
situation to th yachtsmen a clearly a tha
writer In person could have done it. and If not
to the yachtsmen, then to "those who war
anxiously watching th contest from tha,
shore.'' A distinct point In enterprise hnd
been scored by tho Associated I'rnss.
When thnt tack had been properly explained
to the yachtsmen and the anxious spectators on
shore by tho carrier pigeon service all hands
turned to snd watched the racers again. " The
Valkyrie appeared to be fully two miles In
front." Discouraging as that wns to the
patriots nmong " those anxiously watching the
contest, worse was to como.
"Suddenly the Vigilant wns seen to go off
hor course nnd lead to eastward. At the same
moment n yawl was seen to pull off from her
with two men In it pulling hard, lt was evi
dently a case of man overboard, and to stop
and pick him up cost the American champion
tha loss of at least a mile. Th Valkyrie.
meanwhile, caught a smart blow and went
That mad tbe cutler at least three miles
ahead of the Vigilant and wo read that "at
this point the Valkyrie was further ahead ot
her opponent than aiiyFngllshlin.it has ever
been: In fact, as Is asserted In the very next
sentence, "at ten minutes past 3 the Valkyrio
was lending by about a mllo."
It must be admitted by every reporter who
wrote about this contest for tho papers who
do not takethe news of tho Associated Tress
that ther did not show anything like the form
In their struggle for a "bent" or a "scoop" that
was exhibited by tho young man with the car
rier pigeon service explaining the knotty
points of the race to those who were anxiously
watching the contest from the shoro fifteen
miles south of the lightship.
aEBXAX'a stkahy vnciiiso
Aa tha New Ynrk' Timely B itllag Beat
The New York-Brooklyn game yestorday at
the Polo ground proved to be a spirited con
test Tho Now York won through the able
pitching ot Uerman. After tha third Inning
the Brooklynltc could only mnke throe afo
hits. Thov came near scoring in the ninth,
but German stopped a hot bounder, and re
tired the third roan by a clever throw to third.
Of tho Now York's four errors only one did any
damage. Corcoran piayed a brilliant gam for
Brooklyn. Kinslow went behind the bat- and
backed up Baub In great style. According to
an edict of Mr. ilyrno, however. Kinslow will
not be allowed to play in Brooklyn.
Th Brooklyn's first run was msde In th
first Inning on a three-bnso hit by Tom Daly
and a single by Foutz. In the second inning
Kinslow singled. Daub got to first on sn error
by Wilson, and Daly singled. Kinslow suc
ceeded In scoring. Tho Brooklyns made their
last run In the third Inning. Burns hit safely
to left field, and reached second on a wild
pitch. Griffin scored on Burns's two-base hit
The New York did not score until tho fourth
Inning, when Connor made a throe-baggor
and was sent home on German's single. In
the fifth Inning Ward singled, liurkesacrlllced.
and Tlernan got a base on balls. Doyle sent
nard home by a single to centre. Tiernau
reached third and Doyle second on a wild
pitch. Connor's timely single sent both Tier
nan and Doylo home. The team added another
run in the seventh inning. Doyle forced out
Tlernan, who had reached first on called balls.
Doyle made a pretty stoal of second with tha
ball in the Infield. He scored on Burns's miss
of Connor's ily. Tho score:
SBW VOWS. BCOBLTS.
. 1... r.n. X. E. s. is. r.o. t. r.
Ward. 24b. ...I 1 a 0 o Daly. 3d b 1 J c J O
Bark. 1. 1 l 'j 1 ii 0 Corcoran, a. a. 0 O 4 4 O
Ticrnsn. r. r. .1 o I U 0 rem, lit h. o X 8 O 0
Imiie. :i,i u. ...j 12 2 l siiiiih. i. r o 1 1 o O
Connor, 1st b I 2 12 1 o mini., r. f . . 1 10 0 1
Hi.iM.ii-.i, i r... 1 y 1 1 Uriflin. c. f. . .1 o l 1 o
wtl.on. o 0 ISO 2'hstf'eld. 'lit b.o o 1 4 O
Herman, p O 1 1 .1 0 Kinslsw, o 1 2 4 10
rullar, S.B....0 o 1 8 0 Psub. p o 1 O 2 0
Totala 0 u 27 10 4 Totals .! ,92414 1
Naw York O 0 0 18 0 1 O .. 6
Brooklyn 1 110 0 0 0 0 o -1
Karoed run. Hrooklyn. 1; New York, B. Ftrat bsto
on .rrorfillrooklrn. :i. N.w York.). Lsft on b iss
Brooklrn, 7: o'.w York. 7. Kino base cu a. ill. hit
Psub. a. oil ili-nii.iii. 2. Struck mil. lly Daub, S: by
Herman, 1. Tbre.-li... bite Connor. Daly. Two-bato
lot i.rillln. .-.entire lilt llurke. stolen base.
KniU. b,, ilr. (.'). Double play. Kid r. Ward, and
onuor t2i. Karke, Doris, and wilsun. Wtldpftobe.
Daub. 1; German. 1. Passsd ball ain.tow. Umpire
Uaflney. Time-1 14& Alt.udaure. 2.000.
The N. w Yorka an.t Rrooklyna hare play.d rive fames
In ilie local cbaiuplonsbip eeriea. the Hrouklyoa being
abend by taree same, to Cue. Til. asxt fsm will lis
piayed to-morrow afternoon la. lead ot Tus.day, aa
Annuul Games of (he WU:te Plalas A. C.
Tb second annual fames ot tbe White platua A. 0,
were beld yeaterday afternoon at tbe Wa.tcbeatar
Cuanty Kalrfrounda. Tbs entry Hit waa s aj ood oue,
snd sbowed lb. names ot many atbletsa from Ibis city.
In ibe 440-yard rua J. II. still of ths m. ueurie A. .'..
and Wilbur Jarvls or ilia over.peok l. U, ran a .lend
heat for first place. StiU woa tbe r.,e on the toaa la
tb. ruuiiuiir IiikIi Jiuiip Thomas o. sbearmaa of tb.
New York A. I', was heavily handicapped. He waa tbs
scratch man. and he only cleared Ilia bar st ft faet 4
liichee. I. ,t Willlani.ou of tne central branch of tha
hrooklyn Y. M. C A., who had 6 Inches handicap, made
au actual Jump of ft test u inches, thu. basting out
rhearm.u by 2 lucbe.. Tbs summary of avauta la as
Oar-hundred yard 1 b-Ii, Handicap Won by Thomas
K. Deaaouley, new 101k, 4 yards; J. II. sti.L m.
Ueorn. A. I'.. 'y yards, eee-jnd: Tuoir.aa yi.ber, Jr..
B. Y A. L 2 yard., iblrd. Time, II 1 . .scouda.
Six bnndr.d-ya.d Nunc. Kate Won liy K. B. Mo
I'liain. .1 mi. i'la ue A U . William Jam.. 01 rrap.ok
B. 11.. second: Vtllnam Heed. V. M. Ik A.. Net. lork,
ll.lr.l. 'lima, 1 mluuie 22 .econd.
Hlla Blrrcle Bace. for Novlrea Woo by K. B. Wil
liams 1 ion.. Wbsrlm.b: a r. l'lumb. Triad A. 0,
.erund: I'. 1:. Downlos. t olumlila ilrammar school,
third. Time. 3 iniuuie. 1 3-D Mounds.
l.'.ir loo! ir.-l ami r..r i -yonl nun. Handicap bead
hrai between J. II nil:! m. lieorfe A. C. 12 yard, and
Wilbur Jarvla. Orrrap.ck B 1'. 20 yards; K. L.Miller,
Co. :. A. A- of Stamford. 2U yards, third. Time, 64 s-fj
Kunulat lligii Jump, Handicap Won by Ed Wlllam
aoD, Brooklyn Y. n. C. A . ft incbee, with a lump of ft
feet 11 incbee: l-arry Braftie, Brooklyn Y. M. C. A.. 2
Inohe.. with s lump of ft feel H Inch..: T. o. sh.ar
ni.oi New York A. II . scratch, ft feel 4 Inches, third
llalf-tuila Kun. Hanitlcup-Wou by 0, 11 llol aoder,
Ka time A. 1'.. iB yaidk. o. H. Kranflh. Nbw York, is)
yard", lecond. 1 l . hi .1 - strpl.sa'a ss.ooia'iou,
l,..y. tol- 11, let lliue. -' mlnu'e. tl -.., eornQila.
l.iemle Kicycle Ka. a liuiutioap Won br !' K.
Oof iltiiitu, 1.0 ).-.!. I u. Ilrowu. 1.0 yards, sretnd;
llllf.oii a .lerbuir. 110 yard, th r I. Time, ft uilnutca
1 ., -!, mi iiel-Mii.l i v. en 1 v I .1 .1 Hurdle Ksce. llandl
nan Won by J. K. Itiiin. I's.tlme A. 1:.. tl yard.; M. IV
Hatpin. Naw lork A it. ,'l yanu, second: 1 V Boysa
ban. Xsvler A. 1: . .. yarda. tun .i Time, 20 4-ft eeconds.
Due Kun Ib.ii.li.'.iii W1111 by A. J. Vial.h. Xavler A.
C. 1 . varde; J. II. ilr.en. New Jerery a c . I :.., yard.,
eacoud. J. P shannou, Nailer A. II, 140 yards, third.
Time. 4 minutre.
Jama. K. Sullivan reforeed lbs 11 time.
NWS rriuu the Horse World.
I'uit .11. 1 1 in Oct. n - 'tin, balaaosof th programme
at i'nint Breesa Park baa been il. ol.reil off. Th. horsea
eould nut compel lo-day owing to a bif wa.hout on
Mr 1 P'l-i-s
W jfcl 1
Positively cured by these
They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per
fect remedy for Di.tiueai, Nausea, Drowsi
ness, Had Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue
Pain in the Side, TOW ID LIVER. They
Regulate the Boweli. Purely Vegetable.
mall Pill. Small Do,
Grand St, N. Y. Grand St, N. Y.
SHOE SALE LACE CURTAINS.
extraordinary. The Greatest "Cut"
GREAT CUT ' IN P RIGcSi ever made m lace curtains.
f-i COME AND SEE.
500 Different patterns
1 m T0 ,El'ecT fROM IN BRUSSELS. ODfrURE. CLUNT,
Jfc. jSv and irisii roi.vr BrrKvra
A Jdr 1.00 CCRTAIKI TOE 45C.
jfyjj rVtltW $I.6 CBRTAIKS FOB 59C.
0'1'jJbM LBO CURTAIKS fOR 85C.
'MmmmttmmmtW', , ' " Jasw, ' $.23 CCRTAWg roB $ .00
one. on riffoj n .i.oo ci-rtais for $1.50
JU TIT UULLHlll (4.G0 CURTAINS FOB. $2.00
Wo have liounhl. KN1IKK HTOCK SOuo CURTAINS FOR $2.50
of F. Ml'SSON Ai CO., KVIVTON ST., ,WV
HROOKLYN. This popular firm ha nrgrnn &
I....I ii IJNIVKRSAL KEtTTATION for DRESS I RIMMlNRX
KINK, .SIIOKS lor tunny yours (ncnv aWllleWW I III ITIIT1I I1U VI
retirinc from businc.). Unheard-of Bargains
A MEMORABLE SALE. in dress, cape, aro cloak triminos.
UNRIVALLED VALUES. PRICES WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Never beforo wnrri such values seen In wK OFFER HOODS
line and elegantly fitting Shoes. FROM 3c. TO 1.00
COME EARLY AND SEE forme 9mtcmfvr.nim.Bm,
1 lilln Aoerlisral. Am Vnbrokea. CONSISTINO OF JET PLAIN 8ILK. COLOKBO BEAD-
MW rx HD AN" TIN8Kr' HBAniNOH. FINE CUT JET. S'li:i I..
MI'SSON V CO.'S I'RVHTAL. PASSKMENTERIRfl. ORNAMENTS AND
Entire Stock Fine Shoes. Fanna fancy braid, bodices, bolero, sets,
. ii tlU.fl li . ei-. BEAD FRONTS. AST11AKUAN AND BEADED TRIM-
Ladies Pebble Goat, MO3S0n S PtlCB "N01
Ladies' Dongola. BUTTONS.
T 3- , II ii ma- THIS LOT AT ' DRE"8 AND CL0AK VTlTlWi, IN WHITE. SMOKED
Ladies Cloth Tbps, l th is lot at plain, and enoraved. pearu bteeu jet.
1 70- Mn HBTAI, IJURN. K1I.K. VELVET. CROOIIKT. AND
Ladies' Straight Goat ; 1 5IC. PP. ,VORV-
Ladies' Fine French MljSSON TH,RD MOIWAL COST.
' TTT T a7'Vl)l. lNafi
illlH. r H saMBSjiy
J.OOO PAIRS HISSES' AND OHILPREN'S SCHOOL .
RllOES-I'EBHLK 'JOAT. HllNi.Oi.AS. HOME WITH SllOlllol Qnln
TUB CAPS. SOKE PLAIN: ALL WITH LOW HEI'.LS OlJOLllcll OdlOi
Ml SM)N .V- CO. r
sold thkii at M.O0 to si.no. M ISSES' ENGLISH FELT HATS,
OUR PRICE PRETTILY TRIMMED WITH LAROR ROW TO THE
Cn nil AQn no in "'""t. "malleb bow on tub left, with b-
rOP all, ryC. Da P. "Em at the dm. orrAWMm mmoki
v SWW! B.s NAVV BR0WN CARDINAL. OLIVE. MVRTI.B AND
BOYS' Al YOUTHS' FISE SHOES. '"""""."X IA
LAROB LOT EXTRA QUALITY CALFSKIN. BL'TTON. l.l. Al.lH PKIt'E
AMI LAl'h M1UI.K. Al.t. M.l'.S. nr .
musson & co. B0ys and Mjggeg- Yacht Caps.
DIDALABGETBADBINTlIhSEATI.0iTOS.aa ,N BUE CLOTH. BRAID ON BAND AND W!ak!
TTJTbV T3 A T5 A T 1T W1T1I OOLD EMBROIDERED liAULK.
olLx DAKLrAliN, Ae vntv
ar-j 4oC " iM"
5 1 ZX XX. " 'sECOND FUIOR-REAB.
MEN'S SHOES AMI SUPPERS. dolls.
"VksVli&lm Zt&ZF- xow orEN roH fSS?aooa
EDW. RIDLEY & SONS, WM. ST-
OABBUEN IS KESSIOX.
Tkt) I .-rail. r torn nlltrr of th N. A. O. O.
Slold MB Impiirlanl MrclliiL.
Several matters of interest to amateur oars
men were discussed last nlslit at the GiUey
House. The following members of tho Exec
utive Commltt of th National Association of
Amateur Oarsmen attended the ronferenee:
lisnrr Wliltitie UarOeld. AH.aiiy. N. V.. Chair
man: Fred Ii. Fortmeyer. Secretary: Harvoy
K. Illnehman. riilladelphla: Theodore Van
liadon. New York: Walter Stlmpson. North
Cumbriilt'f. Mass.: James R. Doylo. Doston.
Jlasa; Oscar I'. Schmidt. Washington. D. C.;
(loorge l. I'hllllpa. New York A. 0.1 John F.
Huuekor. I'blladoiphla. la.. It. IL 1'eltoo,
Dr. Conrad Herons. Ion B. C. Phlladelphlo.
was appointed to the Executive Committee to
fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of
John F. Huneker.
In response to a point raised hy I- Ii.
Ouackeobush. Willamette B. Q. I'urtlauil. Or.
the committee ruled that "where no rowing
clubs exist within fifty mile nt an oarsmnn's
rosldence. the llfty mile rule of the assor iatlon
does not apply.
W. B. McKean made application on behalf of
Jamestown. N. V. to have the national re
gatta hold at Chautauqua Lake adjiunins,' that
town. 'I'll big nvent wa held there in 1HS7.
and the sporting rosiaouts are now propared
to offer additional facilities. The matter was
plaaed on file until the January meuting.
W. J. lleniy of Hyracuie applied for rein
statement. He had entered for tho I'soplo's
Hegatta at Philadelphia, but was protested fnr
having won money at Syracuse in I nun. Ills
request wai rejected.
The standing of Curran and Gray of the Rtar
elub of Buffalo proved too difficult a question
for the committee to dispose of. This pair won
tha double scull race at tho last National Be
giittii. and were protested for having taken
part la professional racei In Canada. Tha
matter war referred for iiivestlgiitlnii to a cum
iniitoe consisting of Fred B, Fortmeyer. fieo.
D. Phillips and Walter Stlmpson. The meet
ing thon aoiourned.
MaaOlnlr A. I'., 1SJ1 Teaakyll Oallafi Club, 4.
lia.sur. Oi-t 14. -Tb Monlllllr Atllletlr. Club foul
ball team downed the .liven ot tbe lenal) 1! otitis
Cub tbla srtrritoon by SBSPfsnC IS to Tin sans
wa. sell played, and siui. loud ru.lie wt-re made on
boib sltlrs. the borne leant b. Ins the ispsrtur In imr
frience Ibe.e ... oonslderali e ruinblins Hurri.ou
an.l I'l.ei. maile t.iui I. ilmrits for t" in, ... team, the
lalt.r ti-kii... t.iii;. aoa'a. Kins touclid down PROS
(or In T. ii.. 1 .
Mn-nl,,ii. l:i.,. r-n..tv'l.
Ri.teell Ill jbi .mi Ilotiglierly.
forrey lllibt tackia lluri.
utf ay i.i. t,t guard ,..l lark.
Brady Centre Moor.
CBBea.... Left jiior.l Ackrne
Walker LerttBokl Blaneber.
Koebler I ,.n end Van ti.. .in.
Williams '.mi bark. BiirkKr and Ward.
Harmon . . . . i.. r. ii.it li.ok.l'.ie
Miller t u in i, atr bacs.K Ins.
Flac. . Foil baak. Brinkerboff.
Tbe Taeht tviudivard Ua.ilv Injured.
Tb eoliooaer m.-lit Windward, Mr. I M Hull, wbll
iiiimrs.l In l'leiisras II. nu city l.l.nd. brose ber cable
diirinfftbe beavr .oittlierly sal. of Friday nls'il 8ba
wa.da.b.d iisalnet tbe ba. in, and oarneii away Saw.
aprlt. Jlbbomii. and n! tier brad sear She sl.o stove
la her .larboard ltd and stern and suffered other
all. tit ilalllBKe.
THE STANDARD MEDICAL WORK
FOR EVERY MAN. ONLY $1,
Wil DADS' CD M ft I Bulflnrh Street.
il. rHKnXii, nli U., I Bostoti, Mass.
THE MOST EMIXEMT SJl'tt IAI1ST IN AMKKII'A.
1:.UI,II.Ikx1 In IsuO. ;lilef . oii.nll luu ih v.li I hi
nt tho I'ealxMly M.ill.ul Institute, to whom
was award.d lint gold in. .11 l.v Ilio Natioiial
Hedloal AbsimIuiI.iu fur Hi l'liif Ebsat on
I ilmu.Uil Vitality, Atrophy, Merinos and
Physical Debility, ami all 1)1... a.,-, and Wisk
u'.a of M'ntt -ra iqisa th u ii, .,1!. tin. f.'.t-ilt-nied
and lyUrlKO i,. Conaiiltatlon In
aersou or by letur. ProsBertna, with loatlnioiilata,
CDsTsT fcarse l,k, Tim Nelenoo of A-lfe;
mBSBt or. Blf-lrsBervBllou, tits prl
Sasay. S70 pp.. 1S6 luvalualS prearlilitliine for acute
aadearoalo dlasaara. rail sill, only S1.00, dnublBBOSied.
lr. Parker's works are llie best, ou Hie .ithjecla
treated, svr publl.liod, sad liars an eaonnons sal
fliroushout this couutry and fcugisud. Kead tliua
bow, and learn to be strong, vigorous and
latauly. Heal Thyself. Wodlcal Boviaw.
Winners nt MorriB Park.
The meeting of the Kew York Jookey Oub.
which ended yesterday, continued fourteen
days, during which 'J52 horses ran In elghty-
soven races for a gross tutal of $l,r.7.2fK) of
which $0,820 was added by the Now York
Jockoy Club, the division of the gross total
bolug divided among winning owners and
those whose horses won socond or third
money, as follows: nlra
1. kTk Keen. ' J"4 Jft
J . W. Kosers i l ?""!"
Tok.r 6 j i fm
1'rrakne.e stable a 1 'S'S"
K J. Dwyvr s.,n a , 7',X
Meiaflert, A Wi.bard 8 i 2 I'U?,
J MoLaastlln 4 1 1 5'Hfi
t. F. llityer i T, 5''J
J. A-. A. ft. AD. II. Morris.... H lj J MK
j I-. M.-1. .,11 ...1 1 " r S
lildeon A Daly -j j i JijBJ
Aetna Siable .2 1 121S
J. E. bVavrain 4 2 ?
J. Ituppen. Jr 1 " " '?.
Onick stabla 3 n S'.Lr
'. Jenntus. 3 1 a .tJS5
Boyl.A.,tn,n.M 11 Mffl
'. M Barnes J j $
Brown a itoiels S 1 j &
O. Ualliainu 1 iVTi
w. c limy i ,; ;.;;
B...er.ay0u, I........! " Wj
rRte::::::::.'::::::: 1 f ) M
j. a. Bentt ::::::;;;: i -,;
W. UoB.ib.ie 1 i a ?'?
DT.Puiaifer .... 1 J S iVP;
L. Stuart I 1 r?-'
P. Flei.chmsn A son 1 3 " V&i
W. I. spira 1 J I J-'ilHS
B. BeltiVllaiid I.... I J 5 'w'
Blainion Hlable 1 .'lolO
M.dleoit slul.lo 1 'j 5 .' 1.00O
ii II Morn. A I'., 4 i ' MAO
Hamapo stable... 1 r VSJO
O.E.Suillh s ' i""
L'barla. Walker I .? 'o"
Walnut A Campbell 1 'i J SO
John Kr.11. . " J 1 B70
Mr. Madlaon 1 j ' "70
Ranioi's. Stable 1 .sf BH
(hei.ap.ake Stable 1 y "00
C. Lllflelleld, Jr.. 1 : OHO
II. K Vluirut 1 r aw
I ' V. Mi.-d.kri Ji V j OIO
D.llissio. :t i lA
B.ASwiert i I 030
II. P. Ileadl.y .r .. two
N siiau...... 1 6d0
W. N Jonas V '.; &bO
W r.B.lou c" i A ftftc)
'linn '.1 1. In. "' -.; SSO
Bed Million Viable I Sao
J. B. 11,11.11. r i son
J B. 1 wyor ' BOO
II U'srula. sr . JH
Perry 1 ..lin.iut ' I
W Ifiiyward ... l j -011
Mari'ii. Paly " 1 00
W. II. Korlir. . - j 3 IM
B. II. (larrl.ou t f :"
T II. I...,., ,,' lls
Wa.hl.11rt.il si ,' IjjO
W. K. liiiilia-slT01' 1 j 1 SJ
Weland Bri... J J IJS
M. II All-n ..? '
llnely siat.ie K
J.N. Kirk ...4 H
CI. Keily. .J 1 K
II. Miller... f J J. K
W. U. Kbiii'.. 1 as
si.... .Jniia. breeder of the winner of the Matron
.r....inl 1. r'a l '"JO. aad Milton Voun. breeder sf tbe
J-,' " f.rtbe Mattmi Slakee. u INU.
in T.nl"r! r wuininif Jo.-keye 1. a. follows- simmi,
Wldirilr f ' ''' I'o.J.tl. Hi lUllT. II. I Itll.-llrl.l itj .
SrSril'l IJimly. : Irvins R J Lauiiy. 2: T. Sioan.
lor. lla fay lor. t'lsrloo. Bersen. Hallar.t. Finn, Saib.
- ""j oilltoa, and llaaawa.t each trau oni raoe.
-tuoir Ann tub riSAXCBar
M iter thai luarsaa the BfelraisMlfaa
The f hriua n,eetlng of the Metropolitan As
socltK,n of ,h. A- A, 1; ,0 b he,d t th
Autor l)0Uae to-morrow night, promisos to b
on of I !,0 nvdiest sessions In th history of
"""""ifini: atloti. It Is frssly hinted tbat many
of the iiiiiuj.. that figure on tho present Board
""" '"' livlctiins ot th blu. pen. Ml. Tha Item
'""' 're arouse tho most adverse crltlolsm Is
tbe va. gueness of the balanoe sheet of tha
boxing nD(j wrostllng ohauiploaslilp of the
assoclaUtlorii ned t StwAtt last spring.
Chalrm, aB j, j,. Woodruff of th looal commu
te tha t ooudueted th exltibitioa filed aa In
"'"''''y to report, snowing a balance of about
1 jt U1"t "" furubase of twelve seta of
medalsn Hald tbat the ticket returns war
1 as)' '" l"u no uPilluluentrF statement
us Iiui!e bo forwarded. The medal
MartJ never ordered, and President Cur
t'i. rfas Ignored all apvlioatloa on !.
natiViiV ' "le winners, until a properly
BulMiI balanoo sheet Is forthoouiiug
ioi I thU exoeptloo. Treasurer J. Utell will be
" jposlUoB to isport that for th first tin
IB alsaeat two ywara th orgAnlratlon I prse
tleally solvent. The presnt asset of th asso
elatlon. Including a profit of about f IM 1 on th
recent track nf field championships, foot up
to about nm In cash. Dues, pnyalde before
Monday night, should segregate 3(K) more.
1 tie outstanding dnlits do not exceed CI.000.
It Is a question, however, whether nil the
clubs will sstlsfy the treasurer before the
meeting Is called. If not, the defaulting mem
bers will be refused representation. Not more
than a dor.cn clubs havo iiunlliled so mr, lie
but. as there are over a soore of offlres to
distributed, it Is pretty eertsln that st least
a corresponding number of elnbs will see that
their delegates are rendered eligible before
the polls open, 'ho feeling among all the
delegates seem to ba In favor of rolainlntr
the present officers. The popular ticket will
thereforo he as follows: President, W 11. Cur
tis. N. V A. C: Vice-President, M. A. Cuming.
Acorn A. A.: Secretary, .lames K. Sullivan. N.
J. A. 0.1 Treasurer. J. Htell, N. ?. T. V.
..J"?' ro "rave reasons to doubt whether
rather Bill " Curtis will nccept another term
ofofNoe. If the balance sh..et is satisfactory
on Monday night It will take considerable
pressure to make him hold on. Should he
prove to bo obdurate, there Is snld to be a
possibility of Assistant District Attorney
Bartow S. Weeks. Vice-President of tho New
York A. C. being nominated for the office.
Joeala or the iiinn.
"Meia" rnrb.it. tn. rotortd feather welirbt. wsnta s
chance at Jerry Rarnrtt. Jack skellr, o. any im
pound man In the hti.lneis, lie li not arms 10 tat inf
on lb "I'lckantany."
Ansflnrt Is brlns made by. frlendi or both Jack Me
Autlffe and Horace I.e., I. tn brine tbe. ts-o cllrr
fliilo espon.niiioselber. Ird. is wllllns to leekle
Jack to a Itntab, with the provl.n. of cour.e, tbat tb
club, pat ap tb propir Iscenttve.
M whole knniy... and
nothing- but komysa.
Dr. Brush's Kumyss
or Ru.llanMllk Win.,
the only reliable arte
els of lie kind
Farm and l.aborato-
KUMYSS. Mount Ver'non. N. Y.
Prepared by B. F. Brush, M.D 7tn ,TT. .n5 'l2l!d'.t.
RATES FOR ADVERTISING at Ibe followlnsoBlces
will be Hi. .smi 11. loose ensrsed at lb main
.Itlci NEW YORK CITY-THK st N. 1,308 Broadway,
near flkd at. (ropy remind until 11 I'. M.j. no ksat
126th el, (copy received until W P. M.). Aleo 2M Hth
av.. 1.... Vleit aid it, 167 41b ar.. In Ka.t 47tb
I., 1,0211 8d ar., 1,708 lit av, lsxi Eait 121.111 i.
24S li.ni 126ib .1. All American IH.trict Mii.cn.
f:ir efllrii (until H p. Hi BIIOOKLYN Brook
yn AdiiTtlllliir Asency. ntif lullon II. onnoilt
Illy Itnll and Court llou.ts ti. .1-111 Uiatrlct Adverti.
In( Bureau. 1611 Broadway. I.11M, Il. i Mi .1 1 1 . 1.. I
Borden av. 6 (telephone call, 00 (ireeapoint). Jobn W.
Hsrreii. II.iiiokin.n .l.-naihlnstonet.. 4IO. ottnj.
licltniiiPTrr. 1'Alrlliinrr. K I. James .'nnllkld. .'
tard Bnlldlnr. IttiMtiN. MASS IVs.hlnston ., In
llurdoti Hi i. en 1 1 'ah... ILL. 114 Urarbnrn it . J. M.
Youns. JAMAIl'A. L I. Cor Wn. Illusion and Pulton
ate. hl'ltlMH ll:i,H. I,. I.ln lb Fust iimce LAW
RENCE. L. I In telephone office, near lpnt. FAR
ROCKAIYAV, L. 1. Iiritir atore. cor. Catherine and Molt
ar. ROCKAWkY BEACH. I- I.-Cor. Ilauiin.l'. ST.
ANT LADY who dealre to make S2l. per week unlet ly
at her own home, addre.e. s-ltb atamucd envelope,
Mia. MYRA B. GOKDON. Jollel. III. Thia I. a l.una lid
offer, and If vou ran .par oblytwobourBparday.lt
will pay you to Inveitisate.
LANC BOOK 8KWER -llali-liunnd aewer. feeder,
BSges, snd ntimbrrer deatrca a position: competent
in all of th above branches. AditreaaNKW. boa 140.
B'ook. KOLUKftS-Allo mnclllne'f eeiiorT wslited. i'05
EtFBRIBXORD SCAJlr1 HAND, able te make any
thins that belong to men'. Reskwear. tn work in
lliestorr. KKEI'M'K'ii CO.. BOO Broadway.
,i I I ; I l It s wanted on Chamber, folding machinal
r Call Monday. 7 A. M .at I 111 Weet IJth .1 . r,tb Moor.
tilltl.H M-anta.1 toatamp note paper and enrclopcs;
1 practical bands only,
BOBKItT EJiElDF.R. IC, Fulton al,
SALERLAOIKK to lake charge of VclvetlrputTrie"nT:
- mnet be thoroughly experienced; iteady liosliien to
comoetent persoa kOCli'S millinery, -ill-. Fulton at.,
-SEAl7SEWERS AND FIN
ISHEHS wanted, iirst-class hands
only. Apply Fnr Workroom, fifth
floor, FREDERICK LOESER &
CCV484 Fulton st, Brooklyn.
SEAL SEWERS, nolehere, and" operstora. "il Eaat
llnh st. "
WANTED hxpertenced hand, oil bead work: good
ay; L. SCHWAB A CO.. 831 Broadway. N. Y.
WANTED Firii cla-e wal.t hand.. Apilv nil week.
mme. carter, i.vi . -i isoth et
jt'omnrtic mHts WanttA,
A PROTEST A NT girl to cnok. we'll, and Iron for fam
ily of three Call 207 Weal Tod St.. New York oily.
A UOOD cok; young and neat. Appiv. with reter
enoee, before 1, 27 Wcel Tlld St.
A WAITRESS; to assist wil h ohambarwurk In prl rat
family. 6l ran iistb at
OppO WOMAN aa cook and laundreaa 17 West
CiOOES. launilreiie.. houiewnrken. chambermaid..
' and waitresses, good wages Mrs sot THM J.'K'.s
Agency. 7 East 12Clb et.
COOK Capable colored girl, plain cooking, washing,
for two: wa.-e. t.4 weak. Cull lifter iff 1.3 Wrat
COOK and laundreis. From tl to 11 o'clock A. M..
1.1 18 Madison av.. basement door.
E'Ti-ERIKNCED North iierniannurii"for "bottle baby,
tail, beror 12. 27 Eaat .'.lilt at.
GERMAN OIRL InsmallTamtiy: prlralc nouie; food
wages. 144 Weet 121st at.
GIBL wanted for general housswork In s flat; two in
family: lunst tie competent conk snd laundrSn:
beat otty refirences required: wage. SIH to $18. 225
Central Park West, between 82d and 8.1d sts. .
if 1 1H1. lo ro ik. ws.h. iron, and make herself jtetaeraiiy
sJatttsfal; cliy rcf enc.. l.l fcsst K2d st. ,'
GOOD cook; on having lived with Jew '..hfamTTy
preferred. rcfcr.nc -a reiiatred. rnl i.t is ii..i
4iltb St.. between lo and 12.
HOl'SEWOItK. Young girl wanted for geiieraTboui"
work in small family Call
j. WBIRBK, ill Lew av . Brooklyn.
Hol'SElVoltK.-i'.ilored girl for geriersrhon.ework-
Mri. BAVlI.I.'r;. 13J West IMnjt.
LONG ACRE AGENCY;
Cor. vltU St.. tilt MS., nnd Bimidwai. '
Cimk.. chamberniald-f waltre.iei. kitchen maldl.
flNKLt.H n'1. ''"! kind of eeriant. employed In
BUTI.I.S, buarddng hnuiee. and prlrate famine.;
either male or fe'.nalc: Ibnu.audi wanted to register:
places now radj aj blgwagea.
N'AT, ,,lH'wanicd for grnersl homework In a
Chrlstla;,t'V,miiy. 4m East 1 Kith el.
OWRIilS-ti (JIRI, for cooking, . thing, an.l ironing,
D Can.,. p04 Lexington av.
T.L'ii" OIllLs" oiie fo'r 1 h.inbrr work and on In
-11. hen: yrlvata boarding hour, t.r.t lue- inothat.
-7-7AITHKSS and clf.mbarinsld: good reference;
t vv oome roady f..r work. 73K Lexington av.
WANTt'.li lilrl to sasiat with chambrwork and two
children: cltv references. I all brtween 8 snd 10
A. M . a7 Weet u.lh at.
WANTED A gool French cook for iirlvate family"
Call, with raferencee. betwcin 12 Si aim 1 V. St..
st 21 Weet Hth au
WANTED A girl tn do g. nernl hott.ework. cook.
rib. and Ironi Froleitaul. refvieiii'.i reipured.
100 neiiBt'd il
WANTBD A ofiainbsrmatd and wailrcie In a email
private family; ref.renoe required. Apply at 124
Welt 44th at,
W' ANTED A Herman girl to 000k, wash, and iron is
a email family: good wages. JU4 West 3111b st.
WANfKD GirMo cook. waeh. snd iron, reference
profen.-d Mrs. gCHAKMJJSlt rVtit 7tB St,
W ANTED A girl to conk, wa.h, and iron la privet
family; city rfreiie 487 l.cgington av.
WANT girl todog.aersl hou.ework: .tnall family;
reference r julrd il 1 llllh it
'ANTED A nrat girl for 1 bsmboriita'd and waltre.a
1 70 rait 7 2d at
YOUN11 lllril 14. wantrd for llgiil houiework. vr
quire 114 Miller av, Riookln; Esit New York.
Y.ii'.m; woman, good rook snd isundresa; small
American family; references 61 Yil U71U st,
Wnntrtl lales anffhanica. f.
A PRACTICAL c ir.ii:Mi it urn.. 1 to nisnsca .hop
an.l turn and to estimate; on accustomed to al
teration, anil repair; no iutri 11 in the businei. will
be given lo the right man.
IAl.iii.it:. box 17(1. Sun ..11 -.
tlOOD RULER on lllckok's ptrtker; '.', terder
I P. II. Ml I.LKY'h SOBS, lo B.rc.ay It
PHtlt.KIRAI'IIIC PRINTER who iiii.ler.t.ili.t. brlnb
Ing in Platln.it 1 pa. lo go lo ri.lisdelpl.la. niu.i tie a
man uf inte.llg.no and artUtlo abtltti A'ldrrii - .1
ing wages aud reference. I'll'. .1. bos 187. Sun ulllcc.
WA NTI'.Ii Advanced amotei.r perforin.-ri on the
double bars, clarionet 1 lola ..ud '.'ell... to loin a
flr.t-claaa amateur nmtie. Ira. t'oinniuuli ate with
I'li.ii II. B. DASK.iiiui. Bu6 6th at.. Brooklyn, N v
WANTl'..' An ssperieaced rotlilnseattri one who
1 nil. iit.o.l- .li-, II.. , f tit. Ions knife. Ai.r
II.. HUMAN RCBUKIl . ... V..t Ml. Vrriion. N Y.
WANTED Boy lo run cases. Ac. lor eleolrotype
t 1IAIIMEU SMITH A SON'S. 211 Siring et.. city.
ANTED Experienced rur c.itiera. Apply lo
C 11. ...Mlll.ti : SONS. 184 .in a... N. Y
Wui1 Sinlw ntj'reIlnrous.
A1.IM0 WANTED To a. II K. xlble allllulnuut Ilio
.olei and other aluminum ipi.'.ail... .,,....
antu. . st ono for lb grcaiv.l a.llisg nriu'iu. or nurit
.rei In. . nit-d For catalogue sit Ire... with aluuii.
ALI MINIM NOVELTY CO. .'anion. I)
HbaTioaINS. suit ellgl.tly dsnisvrd br wstcr.
wuttb 2'.. forSii.rai. 2ni riatbu.li av. Proolliji
A-BAItOAINS; nverctial-, .lightly i'llci by atari
wurtii Sir,. i,,r sii.mi 3011 1-latVu.il si-., Hrooklyn.
M" FN wauled uii oattlS .leaii..'r. to London. Liver.
pool. ud Olaasow; work lor passage. Aj-j : 04
RELIABLE MEN ranted 1.. du tribute r.roularefor
large sdrerti.rri; oaili paid; en. lose .iituip: rufer
lie. "Distributing Bureau." 1'. a box I.!'-.-. N 1 city
ri'lll. WHItl.D'ri FAIR 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 11. 1: a I 1 1 ' 1. ainl .Ir
J. scribed. rYide-awakc agrnl. wanted lor ..or new
World's Fair book by Dliclor-.,.lral Dalle, Mr.. Pol
ler Palmer, and other unlet e: over 600 piclur.s.
nesrly slllibotogruiil... H'-'8 ...ge, low uriee. big oom
mu.lon, rrrlgbt pail au days' iridbi ssll.ug fait:
iui. or fsdle. make lu a .lay. end lor . Ircular, or. le
ssi lime, lend but', lu-day for lrg outdt i-oulaiuiug
k W. ZEIliLEK A Ctt.
720 C'he.luut it, Philadelphia.
VuliVfl JWalff mttnntn.
WANTF.D- Ti. reprMt.it lurf tmrsArtlnr honw f
lact. And 4jitrolt1rrlft In Ohln. lMiWI, .n M(tt
lmt. f1rtcU trnrifllliic laiMmM; '' position fr
the ritrht mni.: nnlr nan of KpriMiT kh4 !.
ronimand H.rfetradntHl apptv. t -. box 1 Ti. Hnr.niT.ra.
WANTKiX-A rnftd aIvfrtiiin aniioilorl tt.ll
irffitiniata fulvrrtbtnaf hnalnrci nil of mr band. t
rnr rii.fiitn: ind a pruinsrii bnalnaai for a irood mkl
an rant) naoaaaar;. Adilrraa, with rrrnaa,
O. A. BATKa. OKI Vaodertiht PulMlnt.
WAXTKD-A trarallmsT aalaamaa n ndl jarrff
the trade; Salary .,.jOO per annum. ArMreaa
a1ANAUI.lt, box l.ltWt. Nw Yort.
WANTRTi KxperlenctNl enlnrVt waiters Ml V. .
ateamer New York. Na r Yard. t
iSinintiimi Wautea ftiutet.
5c. Per Line.
rtllSBs 'IP THK UWE
ACCURATE , . .EXPBBf
KiEMiiiii.trilY and TTPaWarTIrfO, ,
MRIINN A BRUMS
Iltctatlnn. rftnorttng. copying, diipllcatlag.
DECKER BI'lLDINil. ,tA tl.NltiK syl AKK.
ASITPATTon wantsd"by7 TnoiiefwomBrrae wer. ,
Ing housekeeper In emsll fsmllr. Epl.cnpsllsssi
lit-efrr. good bo.i-.e to high wages Call or address.
Xlnndsr. ADVKRTISEIt. 3.V1 W. lethst. Ring .1 time. J
ART1KICIAL PLOWS RSt romplnt de.lgner )
llowera. branclie.. anil fancy feather, wnnl. posr a
linn A.I. Ire.. AlltlPl. 1AI. FLOWER", Klin up-toWVl
OITIee, l.'-'tl.", Brosdwsv,
ASITt'ATIli.N w anted l.v an experienced packer 3fl
artlllclal flower. Ad.lre..
PACKER, box lJOjtliinrac.
B" OliKKEe PKnVo.rnglady ilea re.po.ttTcn as ilatrr
or d'.ubl entre bookkeeper, tieat relet cure.. Ad
dress K. I, p. box r,;t. sispietoo. a. L
CI U MB KR M aTii-You n g"gi rl. lit iy" is"nd id Vi a -J
sttnstlon ss rliainli. rinanl; good reference. 109)
Bedford st.. city.
HOrRBWORK -a neat, capable, strong tmlel7or
floutitry; belt relerencea; not afraid of work:
wages modci ate. call at l, inn v directory, tali
LADIES' will find competent. wcl,.rrrommtdrhne
aervsnt. nt Mllol.R'rt AllENUY. 1U7 Weit 136tb It,
NEAT UERMaV HIRU-Cook or hnueeworkerTrefer
enc.; nn, -i.nl. urn Ii.i ar., nssr MRib at.
TRl IrtO TOU Mil WOMAM, coloFsa7ooir a ml Ian n
drwps. lis. to. i.t. nd si u.efni or waiter man: nltw
or country; reference.. Top bell, no cards -'-.'.1K.lt
YOLNU H'llMANiThorou'ghiy "experlenoed. rapid an
oorrect writer, wi.iies poaitlos in office. C S-, boa
137. Sun ut-t,,wn office, 1,'Jt;', Brosdwsy.
rwituatiotw Wantetl uietu
6c. Per Line?
WOtstlM4 TO THE I.INR.
AN EXPERIENCED KIRKMAN would Ilk a rtoaltlebf
good worker: tiuderstanda repair.: Al refernst
would accept position of porter, drivor. or watebsaaa.'
UEORtiE C. MAHIt. Bli oreawleb st
AS JANITOlt A eoher. Inda.ttioue colored man snd
wife de.lre po.ltlon aa Janitor: flrat-clasg refer
encee f.irnl.li.-d A.ldre.e PRANK MIDDLETilN, JbO
est 17th St.. top floor.
As ill !: it. intelligent, snd strong eoiorud inm mini
a position a. porter or driver; good rffaoS
furnished. Addreaa PRANK slIDDLETOK. 360 Wsss
17th t., top : .Kir
AN EDITOR, who can Iiandls and condess tl
grapblc and city newe, de.lre. pnettloa; ressonse
bis .alary; Al refer.nue. COMPETENT, car B. Hans-,
lot Broad lit.
AN (NRTRUOTIIR of alrnogrsphy or acquired rantr
talion. with testimonials from hla pupil, of tbelr
eocceaa. wanta a poniloa. Ad.lrei. c. M.. box 102. tetUB
VoUNO MAN-Knlfe cnttr on shirts or aleaksi'
good roferencrs from last eraploysr. Address ;
c. B. LYNN. 1.0.13 uales av, jtawdtljrn
AN iNTELLltiENT AMERICAN a porter or watch
man or can be gen-tally useful In atore.
A., box 170. son offlo. n
AYOl'NU MAS want, eoms kind of a position; X
penenced packer and atilt.oer: not afraid of bard
work; references Addriu J3C.I, East aOtb at,
AYOCNO MAN de.lre. a petition al aislltViit la of.
flee: tint rererencei. Addre.e A. 11.. box 11. Fua
up-town office, l.itti.', Broadway. .
BINDERY. First class cutter; underatanda wire ana
folding inachlnea; capable of taking coarge. K.,
box i :'4, Sun ofllce.
COACHMAN SI ngl. atrictly tempersteTsTemdy. re
liable man; thoroughly understand, hla biipitie.ej
Kalr tin,, hor.., carriages, harness, welch be keep, la
rst'Clsis order; good driver; city or country: best of
reference. Address J O., box 18. Sun uptown erne.
("snMPOUTOR. -Cleaa boos, news, or tabular uan
t de.lrei iltustlou; rel.il.le. Addre.a
1. CON Null, bt Charlton si. .
COLLECTOR. -Rltiiatlon want bp reduvbks. aleMft
man; l.e.i or reference; .eeurily furui.liedif re
I lined. Address D., box 131. Sun offlc. . - ;
Ei.i-.cTitli'lAN. lockimTth. and bellbangsr.
A. DEMUTII. 30V Eaat 88tb St.. City.
LVIRRMAN illcenaed). baring eleven years' egperlenee
r in hotel and Hats. Apply to Janitor at no w overlay
JOB COMPOSITOR wsnta work: twenty years' expe
rtenri. Addrtss AIX AKOl'ND. box 102 Hon offlo.
man testabltshed trsrtel wlabee to reprrsant prtnff
llig offlc or out of town llthograiihing hone on line
color snd rommrela! work; refeienoes: srasll salary
and commission. Addrewi DEMY. 1.32 Bmadway.
MACHINIST, .ober. Inlelllxent general lisnd. 31
years' experience, dealres permanent position.
FERIIAD EZZET. SIB East IHlIb st
MILLINERY MAN L'FACTL'RERS. - An expert dyer oa'
all millinery goods; straw and r.it hats a p
clalty; best of references. P.. box 167. Sun offlc.
OWRTcilNDPlTetCY FEATHER DYER wishes
situation: naners lo run hollar, best of refaranoaav
C, box 187. Bun oftlca
PLI'MBER. rTrst-olasa, wants a sltnallon In the consr
try; i'n do gas ntllng and rooting. Address
II. J. .; . ins 32d st.. Brooklyn.
SlUIl'T cl'TTER of axperlenc wants sltinitlon: no
objection to leaving tbe olty: Brat-class rsfflrenoew
Irom former employers. Address C.L., box 124. Sna
up-town ofllce. 1.205 Ilroa.lwar.
Herman, wllhll position. Address ELM. Sab.
157 tb ay
sftrt, CASH tn any psrson procuring m a altsatlosi
fraytfi anything. T. A. c., box nil Sun offla.
gtoxuAmxtt, tyrgaus, c
BIO BARGAINS IN PIANOR.-Spcclal lilt
Bacon A Raven, 10 down and s;. maiiibly .V
Puven ,'. Bacon. do. 70
oiltiet l .1 ii.. Ho. ton. do. BO
B. T. iiordou. do. IM
But. do. isr.
Barberr A Bloomflald. do. H5
III. . ..infield A oils. do. 100
Stelnway A Sons, do. 106
I.lndemsti A Sons. do. 12a
I. Hide niati A Sons' Cycloid 176
i .. irk. i .tig Crsnd 300
New l. in.it in mi A Son' t'prighu 37
LIBDEMAN A SONS' PIANO CO..
llll West 125th at.
(.ner their ruatrniflraut atock of n jinn nt planoa in plala
ami fancf wooda at rary Diodarat prloea far caakor
citajr inuntuir iniviiir-nii ftauoa 10 rent; raut apUatl
ir iiuri'iiiL.rtl within two year. hM'iti.d-lia.iU planus ot
ditTarviit inakra, 100. I18&, $160. 1
WAilHKUOMrt IIS AM) 117 l.ArlT 14TII IT.,
near Irvinir place.
BRICCS PIANOS TO RENT.
ajn aaaortmant; nuMlarata prloaa:
alau bartfalna tn aoroinllianil planoa;
caati or imtallmanta; aaaj tarma.
C. II. DITSON a CO, 1
867 Broad war tl Hla 11 .
D0 YOU WANT A PIANO t
Nw, .eiood-iiaiid. iqnar or oprlght; cash r easy
iiavni.iits; large assorllu.lll; .pedal llidile.ui.ulsi
r.ui. S4 to ii. pr montb; bargsls; clroular. cauiogu.
Ac. any addre.a free. I'EEbT A SON l.ltsblUh.T 4t
y.arl). Broadway aa.l 47th St.
tbs only llrst-cla.a piano sold a ay monthly pay
menu; warranted len years, factory aud wararoonv.
am. ilio, UUX fullon et . Brooklyn.
I'll. III. H I'lAMI--a
ll... HIT. 1'IAMIS. .
Largs ai.orllueiit I . right, iirsnd. and Rouar PIS
at m rat prlria csib. Iiialallmeiila. and esebangdl
sl.o Etsno. to rent; severs! bsrgslns In aecoud-baus
I'lanus different inakare. at low in, a.
IlSCIIKIl I'lAMI KABKItlJOMH.
110 Mh av.. corner ltltb st . WwTorB.
A" SI'LKNIIII) I'l'KlllllT BIANOS. SlJri.SloO, S17V
and upward, e ,-!. or lnstaliiiinits. planoa r.nt4.
tuud, ipslrd; exchanging
I'li.N.SUB. 4 Eaet2dat,: openvnlngs.
Zvi'ALTKKS IMANOS, tJniver.ilr inaoe, rorTlSt
. it. near Broadway. Ijsrgu.i loci, lewest ptioaai
a.y leriu., piano rutad, xcbansd. aud repair 4 at
factory. , .
A-l'IMllilllflMANOSTO'rJKNT. S3 inonthiy. WJttkV
M'.B, aua. -".in. i-'im I'uiiou st. ttrooklya; esa
"a, VliltV BLIiUAUT upright i.faiio i.t insk. oalf
.V iiiu. .ani.iiii .....I 1.771 U-xlagtoa ar.. nar
AI.ADV "ill suerltlee .leguut upright nmno, atanaVaiS
make, mill- guaranteed. S12U. 23il East 84th st.
A PIANO at M. Apply t..i two days at 44 w.sl Jlrih
.t.. nesr Brosdwsy
' ai tiki L i TUltilli I'lANti. tlwr.; to monlblyi
t Htciuway. t.Argalll. WISS.MI'.H, SUl, bU, 2tH yu
ti n it., Brooklyn, open ratlings.
(iltll'KKHINii-A bargain; naw upright, tfifj; bar.
' gains In colidhand planoa; cash or time; reute
' mot. tbly up
JA' UII HKOTHERS. 1(15 Broadway. SroklyU.
,tlJ-:.AX"r. nerlynew upright piano.. S1JO. SI IS.
t rl l... i..". SlVa. S'.'.sl. warranted hi. year.; thaae gB
a.', bsigalns t. W IIEI.Mll k. l'6 lilh av. Jd na
,v.l.'.y tiltilAS.-; easy payments: Masou A llatulla.
rjti:.. HI M.I.. Iji -Jt ruilolisl.. Broiklyu. OtSSB
IdllUga. - a
nll.l.KT IAIS PIANOS. estabUebed U yesags,
tni'iiy high gr.id.t for cash. In.talliuaals. r x
cbaug; good squares $7r up; is monthly.
il il i I 1 A IiavIk I'lASOOO. oM.'.lhar.
I WAV'S Mu.lral linesl luslledfr.
IM'Ult.llTB-Bargains. ir.;iooollllr until psid M
J .. ..idi.o .mall sue, Sf molilhlr unltl paid. il3r.
Ki.cber largo.l !. 7 monthly mini paid. MM.
Mentaia. iiukii'is's. laEa.t utbst,
WALTERS PIANOS " "
AIII" Till'. HI 1 P.i.v ten. is. K.ut and exchanged.
r,7 and Mi I oiviaity plac. and Bd Ea.l LVts .1
an, 4 hi NT; new uprights insls liu.nls, ttH. bargains.
v ' ii VIIIKII BBOH.. 31 I...I lilh!.
$ifU-MAONIPICIUfT I I'RUIIIT. Sulowsy,
111 Wen, r. Licrlflc; f.nl i upward; oigaua;
gieat bargains. MIDDLE'S. 7 East lalhst.
m 1 .nn IUU wmtTll UsUiakm. pisaoM ketv
O I, oUUiUUU galea, alagaut IBksJ .lybjsT
log i.o Ire. 'daM tl. '. UtATTV. WashUuJtvB. K. J.