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1 Si! Si 4 THE SUN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1891. .H till'" i'ATKICIAX'S FINK HACK. BaaaaaaaB I If f t rJtr.nittr.ST jttri'ER'n vor.T took BaaaaaaaB Qtlfofl lllt: Jt.traitottK STAKES. H ' III I ' bbwwwwwB ft iPMUi' I ' rnraatnjr Was rurnrlte la Ikr netting;, but bbwwwwH li'iSalli' nf Hai Had Ton Uk tril, M4 .Nrtdi HHB f f fflfif US' " "' 'r"e '"" Won vn sb ik HHIB X 'Bfi II I ' liny, Antliaoale, Peacemaker, l.nsljr Violet, Bnwwwwwwf ' Sl'SV'l l' j! ' l'mntll,il Hecontt AlImM Alt ITetas: ! ' S'fS'lliKI MeaTlls- Ilnj,ed-Notee of Ike Tnrf. bbwwwwwV "5iiK 1 1 It wasa typical aittiimntlay at'Jravcsend )es. ! da ! tsrday, and more than tl.fiooiiersons came lo the lHB f I Hit course of Iho ltrnoklyti Jockey dull to see a lHH n'lf iUi no' programme derided. The, frattire nf (lie lHB rtf'l'l I'''' cnnl was the Hay Shore Stakes, for three-) car- BBWWwK 'li R llfll? ' ""'' "pwaril, vvlllcll ' H )' I'- ' ! a H L?" Dwyer'agocsl three-) ear-old Patrician, the Min ! -H iSJ i of Ht. lllttlse having In hie waku such halntltap H ,'gj j'f fi; ' material as Candelabra, Karaday, and Vlrtn. aaaaaaaB 9 tfiJi'l llou, and running till lull and a sixteenth III aaaaaaaH "-J t'i'p ' 1MB. The winner was at the faleu price of H til 1 bbbbbbbB $$!' lhe brtthiK, and Matty Curbtt anil other bVHj $." ''jjfl.-i loae observers won heavily tin the race, bVHJ fta ilpi'S There was a strong Up out on Faraday, IIrry swwwwwwV ' 1m I'lB i Ray, who was In the saddle. Iielng credited with aaBaBaaH 'i S fill ! kavrlng tuore control over the gray horse than aaBaBaBiBal i I'w'tffll anybody else. Doggett wasconfldcnl Candelabra B j a'SPJI ajsrald wear down the others In the stretch, aud HflKVf j KMKJu!!J Victorious had beaten a good Held on hi last m I lllS'utV appearance the raie had all the elrmiiita of mi R I I 3i!'1 oertalnty that make betting lively. I'araday ! I I l L".llJ$ losed the actual favorite in tho brttlng at '."4 ganwwwB J I jt'lf'1 ' ' wl"' Victorious at 10 to ft, aud Candelabra HHb -!'? Ki'l' ' nJ Jc"U Hkl"lu1t"""' finally fancied lit biLB i lii ' 4 to I. Copyrlitht wai a etarter, hie bIbIb C lrl''! owner and trainer, M. .1. Italy, of iuuri bIbIbI 1 Ml f' kavlng the privllrgu of atartliiit any bibiH IP- lijl ' horse ennagnl befora hla trouble vltli the biLbH ' i ftait r'j Joekoy Cliibauthorltlraoter the ioor Iioh1iik bIbIbI ' " ' fi'H. '' of thegeldlnic Ht. Mlclnirl at hreinhead Hay. BaBiBif S-'! lilt will1 ' Tlctorlnua and I'atriclan made the running bIbB ( V J l'J '"li from the atart.wltliKaradny and Cop right i love bLbB i tW it Wl - Bpe-ndCamleUbra trailing until the old club bIbIbI r rm iS "ll bonse waa reached. Then Doggell sent Pitta- bbbbS 1' IR Jm n bargh Phil's good hnraeuii on thu ontxlile, mid bibbB f B HjJ ;fi loundlng the upier turn Victorious, Patrician, bHLVJ V 5b L ' and Candrbtbra n ere hipped on each mher mid bbbB 1 f ft 'S jjjj ' all npiirently In liuiid. Thnee In the ruck. er LbbbB ' 5 Jfl h beaten, and no danger waa to beliHikeil for flout LbLB I t:; r It that quarter. To themirprle of the onlooker. BakTal i I'll if' Tlclorloua gave It up the InMant HeagHii railed bbLB 1 tM t''X ohlm. and I'atrlclnii drnwliig right out. the bbbB 1 IK fit'- IMult of the rate wua never In (loiibt, the thrri- LbH I iImI lilt! year-old winning i lowrly b a good length mid LbbB I Ifa I ' i ' hlf' '" '''" f"M "IIH "' l:4H' ('iintli'',,ru LLBBi f SI It I'Ct-1' beat the other iiiltu as easily, Karuday IIiiIkIi- bbVbS e nM t fTitii lagthlnland Vlctiirlmis fonrtli, Slniuis pKir BbBbT L Wm V S'l riding of Patrician the duy he was benteii by BBH r 35 . B '111 1 Dutch Skater and Hlr Kxceii threw many per- BbBH 1 rSm V i ' l! "nn ollt "f "'"' "" the Dwyvr candidate. (In bBBBB I Sa! f 'il I that iwcailiin ha wu ihokiil until be bbbbb I el F !l I bad little run left In hliu, and. to mend matter. SbBbBbH I lal ' L i'l! ' ." v,mH badlv Interfered with by .Sir Kxcvu. LBBBaV t SB' 6 I It Faraday haa had too much of It. and Victorious LBBBal I Bi 'I'J ' Das ahown by his winning raceit that he likes to """ V a i ',.,11 come from the ruck In the homestretch. Pitt'- M i ':; I burgh Phil had about fS.onu on Camlelabrn, 19 i I '! ' all of the money being played atralght at an ' Hit ',IJn average price of about 4)i to I. bbbm hi Jm ) Ci;:-)1! The talent scored In the opening event, play- bBBbBb! f It. CHI II ln' "' KamaHi table's Ally Antlpoile very LBBBal'' '!m' Ft' Hit! heavily. Urtffln having the mount on the sister B i'. 31 1 friOlsl tn Hamapo. There was some siieculation on bBBBbY 9 FIillll3' Jntrr Ocean, the giant brother to ltexirter. In bBBBbb 1 bBB il-'illa MfCafferty Wlahard's string, but most of the bBBBM t fli Ejlin x fnoney went on Antlpode and Llungannnii, the H Bin 'FjIIb latter a half brother to Sport. Kiicsaon and B f, , Ilj'j In Aiittiode were out in front for three furlongs. aBBBaa E H iffl iRn 111 The Ally then shook herself clear of the colt ami LBBBat Z LB in ' lit llll - l'"rt matters her own way until challenged by LBBBal. i fla St l.illll Itungannon. It was Itallard against (irlfttu LBBLBF t Bj nil MM then, and the latter always had the advantage, BBBB ! H Vi I H landing Antlpode first by half a length. I-m LBBBm 1 H i iP) is Koater was a fair third. Handover, a brother LBBBal ' iSI .' ITfi'lil t llanover. owneil by P.J. Ilwyer, was fourth B t JM fil13l at the end. but pulled up very lame. BBBB i .911 It'll 19 Peacemaker was favorite for the second race, h ?Bi ' rillja nut Iho comfortable odds of '.' to 1 rould be liad BBBB Hi li'linfl ' against the lanky three-) fur-old. There was a BBBB iaB ' f limit ' )nngdelayatthpost. Sam Ilryant gaveadls- LBLBLB f iS' il.T!l'i l'1" "f 'l,'t' kinking, punctuated by lusty H L Bb! t CTLia grunts. Col. Hall seemed to bo the objective B 1 Bl ' Ullil mark of the horse's hcK uud the Colonel told LBLBLB V S ' rfllllH lilmto"Ho on right away from hyah." It fit- LBLBLB Bl l;'jllil x'11 "n' 'sck Hose were ugly at the LBLBLB 1 BJ '' ilJIIillB post, too. and more than twenty mln- B I U(' IllJl'B utes paased before the flag fell to a good start. LBLBLB t 5 i J'f'HE Kerrler passed to Iho front in Him early stages of m JBB ,' itll. '& the race and led to the upper turn, where Peace- BBBB Wm V niIB ' maker and l.lve Oak drew away. The LBLBLB 7 ) .Irlilfi I gelding gave l.lve Oak a great argu- LBLBLB t Bl I aVlJln nient and rlnally lieat hlra u length in a H SI I ffJHi.l driving finish. Itedskln sulked in the early part B 5 H K. rjlljg nf the race, but he closed up rapidly in the B w Bl lllliB homestretch and beat Soundmore a head for B S Bs Lilllii third money. Ham Ilryant was beaten a fur- LBLBLB r Bl ' riillll long, and why be was started nt all is a Hi) stery. B y B 'x' i Hailstone was cousldeied much Vuperlnr to LBBBLf IB' n I '" rmuany he was meeting In the fourth race. BB t, BJ Kit (I a selling affair.for two-year-olds, at rh e and a BBLB ' B , Til ll i h,lf furlongs, 'JU to 1 being the post odds BBB? p aB K;lll against the half brother to Urlxzle. Pepper, LBBLBL ' IB ' iHI'l Cromwell, and Owlet earrleil more monev than BBBBB ;B ijlf (f anyoftheothersthat faced thestarter. Hailstone LbBLB r Bl - tfJ! 18 rould never get within striking distance of the LBLBLB v- Bl' ' Mill leader. I'enn cutting across the course at the BBB r iB,. Bli IB I ,Urt with Owlet and interfering with several BLVBLI Bl ' Bui JB liorses. Owletlediintlllbelastfurlongtiole.wlieu LBBBLy i fl Bsii'i'i Cromwell came along with a line burst of speed BBBT e B j Bit.) 8 and won a gomt race ror .Mr. A. V. Walcott. BBB L LB I BJi'i I Truepenny also showed speed at the end aud LBLBB u Bl ' B3!l! 8 "Mt Owlet for second money. I'enn was cut). BBBW KB flilf E ' tloned by the stewanl alxmt foul riding. B- J H E The race exclusively for mares, at one mile, B BL1 ' Bili E furnished some good spurt. Lady Violet was B' y1m Ull i deservedly the favorite and she won tu gallant BBLw iBI BE't III fashion, after waiting on Correction and Stone- K nlBJ' I Bill' II nallle for a trifle overall turlongs. titonenellie, BBBB BR B it II at god odds, secured second place, with Flora B 'H i Bl I) ' Thornton third, a head before tiloamlng, on BBBLv fWH ', BJ I; whom Ballard did not ride a good race. The old BBBB eJBI BliTK. mare seemed to hare speed, but the Jockey BBBT I'fal i LVlC.lli waited too long before utlllrlug It. She could B JtwM fliin i ! not beat either Lady Violet or Stoneuellle, bow. B lisH:l BiiliU ver- It la rumored that 11. M. Mason will train, BBH 5Bh' B il 8 this mare no longer. BBB liB? Bill 3 t Charles l.lttlerlald, Jr.'s. Ally Second Attempt BBB f.'B Bill I waithepartlcularlygoodthlngrortbetastrace, BBB i-B Bill II a selling affair for two-year-olds, at five aud a BBBK' i'fla Willi half furlongs. She had won during the spring BBLBt iB Zllll B meetingat thellravesendcourse.andlnheronly BLBBB rBi Siill II ' rac tn' autumn had finished a creditable see- BBV' fiH' Ml y I ondtoOolden Itod. The betting at theoutset was BB ;jJH I aiJl E as good as n to 1, but the (lily went to the pest LBBB' ?i IB ' Bit 'I . tavoriteat V to 1. Vranklln was second choice BB ff-B 1 I 'I .at 3, while Sir Dixon, Jr., was on offer at 4 to I, BBB tcBE ' I Ml Jack the Jew showed a lot of temper at the BB StBf Bill l S9i!iaAwu alow to gst under full way when BB r'l Mil'' VMr.Ilow dropped the flag to a beautiful start. B : B- flilff Heeond Attempt and Itoslta, atteuded by BBB ! SB III ( Bailie Woodford, made the running, the favorite BBBL 1?B : winning very cleverly by a length. Sir Dixon, BV (.IB" LK'II L Trn ran bis usual game and consistent race ami Ummt 44B. Bull f .Sraa second at the end. Jack the Jew closed up bVBB) '7iBV. meiK I big gap on the last half mlleaudwas acreUltu. LwBBi r?lX flTUi ' .- OrTfUn'rode three and Itelff two winners yes. BaBC'VU'lSf B I terusy. Taral taking the other race. bBBLisVBfJBI Ii' a .Inter Ocean Isone of the biggest aud flashiest BB ;uK!B r.. thoroughbreds In training. mmW'.lAm-'-fflm II a frank McCabe, who trains Patrician, ran the BBB !TB1ilHI II last sixteenth of a mile with the horses, cheer. LBBB'' JfaTMtllM llf ng for his favorite. It waa a treat to see Frank BBB- lflVftBB if i (wing his hat and give the old war whoop. BBB ifOT-'tBal II: Hm Uryant would be an attraction at Mas- BBB,", "w IHe laBK K tieth. LBB'i'n'BLIr Jockey Ilelff has a pair of spurs calculated to BBr ' llllBKt Jnake a Mexican vaquero turn green with envy. BBI.r' H'lBBaf i Word has been received from Chicago, Cln- BBB ; ' ' ' H: IBBaT g rlnnatl, lluffalo, Boston, and other cities that LBBB''':"'aB'llflBaV f dslegatlons of turfmen are coming to New York BBie' BLtLUBB I t M Domino and Henry of Navarre race on LBBB r' BRBLBB U Saturday. If the weather Is tine It Is ratlmatnl Bm C5B wBBr iB that "S.000 persons will see the contest. Both BLBB I BTi'afBB Bl " horses are doing well, and the owners of each LBBB' bHlLaMBn II have supreme ennfldence In the outcome of the BBrB ft BW laBU I toial of speed. Uuuimarles follow; K Kfv; m I! rlRST HICK. BmBK ', : 5 I LVBT II sweepsiakes of IIS rsrh.for mslJru tbresyrar- BBBB istm , HHf' U o!1. wlial.ooo added, S.'oo to secoua snd tlbutu H V IT' 9,'f ' n Ihlrili flvt furlonss. LBBi 1 H ' Bit H Hsaisuo kuble's ch. f. Astlpoit, by I'oullic-Anule BK I It BJ! F.. MtiOrlfflai I staBK . JU Bill1 1 W.Janln'srh. r. Uunisunoa, 107 lUsllariJI -4 BbtbT ' Smi Hill Burrt.lfU'n..'li.c. I.OU f,trr. iuoil-sinlv) :i 1 v, r: Wiii kappho, UUU coll. Uowsirlog, llaadoier, lady K If ! Butll Biouke, later (Xesn, frlruou. snjwsrllksslwj rsq. BBBK TLC'ri Bit' Time, 104. LBBB' fiTSt-i BR! ft BeMlBg- Jtxalnst anllpuile.lt 10 10: Duugssaon, lti LBBbT' s2j1i I mlui toliltert)i-ean,itoliHsadover.Jitor. In Ko.' BLTt'iV! BB.;; ' '' Vrleswu.eaea SU lu I , l-.l Hr-k. SO to I. BBBT. SllBBl'l Warlike. lioMsirlOf.sud happhu, rsclt 00 iu, UUU BBB X taVxaBBfllM '' 10J ,u BBT 4 7- Bf.'VBR.al I'orall airs.hea'y bsndleap. a weeptakr or $15 BBK '' BL BaTnlrrn eaeh,lihl,noiiaudeil,iif 0liU 1)0 lutnouj sad BBB BF BUl! ! I lisitolblr,!. unomlle. BBB ' BT BBB I onugtiaeres biable's b. reairuiaker.il. by Ooonda- BBal ' jl; BHK tVJai'0'l.,Tsrai) I BB Mi BT1' v- st. Jenulogs's ur. v. Uveuak.u. IUTIWuiiud -4 BJ V-! V! M Ksnisp.iKi.ble4 ib.c. Ilrd.klu. 4. loa.Orimni :l LBBI 'l SI ii ouodu;r.. JuiUe Wnrnix. kerrler. Illuu.e, Jark BBB g 9- Rose, sadHauibrysoisUirsn bBB I' BH Belllus AMllut Heae?m'aLrr.'lol. Hdtkln.4lot, LBB 1 Bl IlieOsk, H, lu 1. huuuiJniorv.il) to I. Jack Kiw and B I Bfj terrier, rarb in 10 1. Illume, la to 1. Jud Murrow, LBBI ' m bV'I 1 ' Bryspi. 4m to j. H j ' BBrl 1 tiiihii B, I Lb.BBBIJ, I Tnf Psyahore Kukri, for ibrev-year oMt aod ut &T V Bs ' Bit I ward. .'1 each, starters lo y S.VI adaillonal. BBM 1 W Bfh! I ausraulml esili talur $..Vo. 10 th wluoer BBB f- Bt BiSl ! JS.OOO. .In tbe sei-oiui bone SAW. suii 10 Ihu Iblr.l BB 3T IsfUl.fl ft.ooo: one uilleauilaslkleeuib. BBB Ii mi HiWl '" 4- ,V:?,'Vi,.!i ' ''"irliUn.a. hy bl. I!UU Peer BbBbB' I mtF sTjEu?f fu, iu.i iiriiy 1 BB fi I Rii'! ? 1 K-Kmlili'sli, h I'audrUbra. 8. 0X(Dkkii i LVHyl. tl Sflfttl X T tUlluuav agr b. t'araday.S. liuiliayi. 4 UUUrvi GT SijTff l leturloua, Toiu klJniore. and Copyright alau isu. BBV s bftIi lluis. ) 4s. BBB We BlaM IWillag liaiaat Kanulay. tin to I. Vli-lorloua. iu BBI B Hii3'at !. auJelsbrs sua: Tvai skldmore, eseb I lu 1 BbI !! Wf PalrltUo, 7 to lopjrUhl, t to I. ' BB II wOB i roi'UTll RACE. BBM S t BUB . '"' looiesrol'lt urbUU bate Dot wua 1740. LBB 1 BH ; l lliWi of 113 esita, with tl.CUHi adal. I BBB 5 , lj?3m of wbUliroo to tnonil auit (too to tblril wrlsbls bBBI S 'MXStu lu puuaita IivIom-ibe msW nvr-suda half furUjuics. BBB ft We'I ' WsLt.ll, lb c iroiuarll by bl U'tlw Fu BBB H P ! Has. liua ilteill I BBB n ml J- Mierldsu sti. 1 Iruepens) 10 tlhMCkcll i ' BBB g JB' . i J a A II. all. II llorru'sti. t Uwlei lOAtfrua 4 MUW S '. I'enr, k'slutacoli. HsilMoue. Uariuw br. kratae I ft g yii Irsler, kyasoiar, sad Urvustnu also rso. I LBBI a its hum. i.ou. I BBkf' ' K t X UulujLialiut UaJlstdss. g to 1. repper aaJ ! B ' ' SJ fi - Crttuis.VIl.eii.littgl, 0Wi, U I. Truasy,l9 I tnli rtossmsr. Irtolt Dr. Trance. M lo It Katela roll, ttartow, and DronMon, each si) to 1 Tralee, 40 to I. Ill-Tit RACK. Fer mares of all aaest a swepntaketef $t5esrh, lth iUKMlsilitfil.of whleb ttoulo second and I00 luthlnli one mile. . . Hlemioa. Rtable's b. m. fjdr Vleltt, by Imp. The III . f.M-l.iir Itounery, 4.l(iOiirimai 1 A.l'lsson'srb.r. Htonrnellle. .1. loo iKelrTi J. M. Downing a Co.'s rh. f. Mora Thornton, .1, loo lllrrsrnl , ; Uloamlet. Correction, and The Queen also ran. netting! Twoto I onl!adV Vloleitatalnit Rtonenetlle f lo I , uloamlnc. 8 to It Flora Thornton andforrrc Hon, each 16 to I; The Queen, ift lo I. SIXTH flACR. For Iworearntdn; selllnei a aweeiiatakea of 1 rarb, with st.ooo aildnl. of which e-iuu 10 serond smt SHHPM tblr.1; winners of one seines race at llilj meet Ins locsrry Hninds eslrsi oftxo fi tsJiindsi the winner tub sold at auction for f.l,ouo. nee amis half fnrlona. . . . . . tiisrle Uttleflelil. Jr's. Ii. f k-ihihiI Attempt, by lllinrar Flrl Attempt, vt lUMrnni I ,t, Itelaer's ir. e. wr Ulson, Jr.. uiill, Jonesi J. Knsle'I. e. JSfk IheJsw. tun llelfti .1 Nsllle WiHHtrnnt. Frsnkllu, Miiiilto, Ko-lts, Urst Llbt. and KonJo also ran. . lime. 1 :0V. Betilnr Aalnit ternd Attempt. V In I : Frsnklln. 9 to l.elr piion.Jr.. :istii I: Hslfie Woislford. to It MoMinlto. Slot, tint l.lht and .lai k the Jew, each IS to I, lloilta, (l to I , Kondo, Oil lo I. i:th tt:n j on ttii.trr.sKMt. The Vonlhrul Mtakea aaa falloa llaadleaB 4)h To-aa). The Killton llaliillisp, for three-)eaiold. and the Youthful Stakes, for to-)ear-old.s, wlllglv e the talent koiitethlug tu exercise their Judgment 011 lu-ilsy. CllfTonl Is among the starters for the opening dash atflveaud a hnlf furlongs, and the fourth race, a handicap at one mile and three-sixteenths. alo promises gixsl sHirl, Sir Wsltcr being I lie top weight. The pnigraiuiuelli full follows: Urst tlaee- Fur all axes; a sweep-lakes of Slo each, with I.VOOatlded, ut whleh Soo to aeiiilld slut tint! tulhlrd: w lunlng penalties, rive and a hair furlunn rllrTord I'M llubliou tlH Wsh JI111 in l.lsisk vil Correction I IV hetond Itsie For Isnteir olda wlllell lllleliol Hon arsi-eofUm ishle or sl.noo; s sMeepatakes of .1 each, Willi SI. 0011 uil.leil. of Mhleli k'.'llo to secoliil anil Mm to thliJ, nun tiliiiieramt lieateu maiden allow slices: fltr fttrlolik. Manchester Its riiulnia IIS Ursula llollieuo llil Urlinelt Flnarda I III llolllldels) till Marlsolttmiy llolKeiiuel lot MrJulin 1 11.1 l.iusnls loo badle HHi Third Itair The olllliflll Makes, for Iwieyear olds, It.s, caih. atsrier. to pa lo aililltlonal. iiiiuraiiire caah lalue tr.Msl In the wluuer $.immi, to the second horse $:t.'iil, slid lolhe third horae flA". selling allow anies: tlie ami a half tiirlongr. riielixin Ills Apulauae . 10.1 Harry Kee.l o iiwlet . Inn tlck'ee KS Nallkl 1'iHib HI Kennel III thli ol 111 Miolliil h:i Tlnee u.i Font l'sr uuim. eroulcu uu Fourlh Hai-e The Fiitlou Handicap, for three..lesr Ms. SUMl eseh, hslf forfell. or S'.'n If ileilanil hy 'J :m F l. on iheiliu prei-eillug the rsie; wllh 9'j.ouo nihleil. or hl Ii lion to aeeouiland S.'ou in ihiril, uue Ititlesnil aguaiter ll,l,liii lintohn Conper tin Mr Flees lirTlliiui-li sksler HHI Declare. Ill" .lailK", UU 1'iH'shuntss h! Ilfihltsce For lliree-icar-nldi snd upward. Iisndl cspi aaneejiatskrsiir 1 1. leach, wltti SI.IHM sihled.or which ittoo to Mrum! suit H)o tu third: one mile slid three.slxteeutha. Hlr Waller till ll.il.l.lm tl'J NaragOMS. lnti Jlnlxe Morrow 104 Harry Allium Wl Krtlakltl . Ui Klxlh Haee For Ihree-yearolda: riling: a sweep, slakes nftlA each, with tl.ooo added, or whlib Won lo second and llisl to thlrdi winning enaltlrs; sell lug allowances; one mils smt s sixteenth. FrlnreL'srl. . tin Discount. tin Us ml It Him UghiriHii 104 DwlKbt.... looilAiuKllrlilse. ion honir and Dance vn Xonllka . U7 flams U7(.'hsrler or Uouvllle w? Frig lui J.lfKI.Y HVKSKS AT MASfETll. X Wonsaa llellor la (be Ulasi-lllgh .'. Xiaoeke Down Two Jafea. About 'IJIOO person saw Hie laces of the N'ewtown Jockey 4'luti at Maspeth yesterday. Chateau was Ilia good Ihlnjt of the afternoon, and he was heavily played by the talent. He made all the running, win nine under the whip by two lengths from the second choice, .Sprinkle. Tlieowner of Fquator. who started In the first race, I a good looking young woman. &he races under the name of the tlethlos Btabte, She went Into the belling ring, after cautioning Zrller In be sure and ride her horse out, and endeavored to place a tiet on her horss with one of the tsjokmakers. One of tbetrsekde. teetlees asked her to retire from the tietllng ring. Mr refuseil toaoat Orst. but flnslly wsa prevailed upon to take a sat up In the gtand stsnd. Fjpistor nn Uhit last. A fslr-sls,! rrowil ssw the electric llxbt rsces In the eienlng. While High (', was belnfr warmest up fur his race hedashetl tulo two men who were crossing the Irsck nesr fhv istddock gste. Both were knockeil flown. Tbey werecsrrled off the track toanetghbor log hotel. One was an old man. 0t orgs Horn, nf this city, who was only stunued. The other. Mlcnsrl laenlierr. nf 1,711 Islington avenue, was bsdly cut around the heait and body, but It Is uot thought hla Injuries are serious, summaries. First lUre Purse S'4UI; selling; oue mile. lotion. III! iFIUalmmonal, A tn V. won; IllsckwooU, lot H'aaayl. Tin 1. setiindi (ileusll, 104 lU'llrlelil. It tu S. thlril. Time, 1.4S'. trustor and at, lurent, 103 each, also rsu, Hei'ond lisce - Purse t'ifto; two-yesr olds; four aud a half furlongs, ljidy Dauby. IUA lUrlgerl. T to I, won: Juliet. I I'J if. Yrtteri. a tn A. tri'oudi Caroven. lontO'llrlenl, IS to I, third. Time, O'fiW'i. Jarley, 1IA; Ferslpolls, 10H; Del I'ssa ami l.llllpute. tow eseh. also ran, Third llace-l'urs t'Joo: selling; seven furlongs, riialran. lllh (f. Yrtteri, A tu V. woo: Sprinkle. 105 iFltalminons). :ito 1. second; ArchtiUliop.ini (for. Ids) I. a to 1. third. Time. 1 :. Watilif harm, llifl; Jennie T.. lot); I'ucahontas, 103; The Holly. 104; Mushing. IDA. also ran. Fourth Usee Furse $:100; six and a half furlongs. Dauntless, 105 ll,ecrl. 4 tu A, wou: Kel f ross, IUA lUistfreyl, lotn 1. second; Fagot. 113 iC. Hloan), 8 to A, third. Time. I -iv. Fifth Usee- l'urse tlOO; fur two-year-olds; four and a half furlungs. Ivlna. 10A (t'orhleyl, 'J In t, wun; AnsleH., 11IA tCole). V to 1. sei'ond; Judge tileason, 107 tC, Yettcr), A tu I. third. Time. 1 :00. Cashmere, ht Ann. Blue Hood geldlug, I'eggy Merrill toll, aud May also rsu, blith Ilsie Furse 1400: maidens; five and a half furlonga. llarhle Fosl. 107, Vto I I W. French), won; living Heart, 1U7, el tn I Hi, Mcf-augblliu, second; Cherokee, ION, t lu I (C Yrtteri, third, Tlme-I :lfv'i. Rsfractlon gelding, Uaby D., llenlopen gelding, Illu ilooaun, Don't Know, Fat Kabblt, and llud lwls also rsn. Heventli Hace-Piirse ivOO; selling; six furlongs. Clausnian, wa lOllrleni. iu tu I, won; Dstrnlt. 107 if tlosnl,4 loA, seennd, Western Nlsr. lot lAudrsws), III to 1, third. Time. 1 X04. Kllia Ann. Namarltsu, Ueneral Uordeu, aud Dr. fhamliers stao rsn. Elghtb Itaie Furse $'4oo; selling; six furlongs. Pelleof Frrnioy, 104 (Carlbyl, 7 tuAwon; liaytierry, 104 l)lsnlnve),7lo I second) High I', till lleerl. to 1, third. Time. I :0'. Ilru March, fsrniellls, Fuel slor. and McC'urmsck also ran. Kluth Race Furse taoo: handicap, for all ages; one mile. Fox Ulove, 100 iZrlleri. 7 lo 10. won; Uellasrlus, 100 icarlby), tu 1. second; Lou Kbett, 104 if. Joliu. sou), third. Time, l'4nti. Tenth Usee Purse u0; selling; seven furlongs, farraeus, W7 (Kockl, 4 to I, won; Fernwouil, lostMau loiel.eioS.seeundi Bright Kyrs. W7 IC Jobluolli, .1 lol.ihlrd, Time, I3lh" llrn-ulrs also rsn, This Is tbe programme for to-day Urst Haee Three-quarters of atolls; selling. Wist. 110, Lesarwo.Hi.ioi; rau k"lug. 104. Montlrce. I0J; Circular, 100; Wang. 100; Carnallle. 100. second Rsie Msldrn lwo-ear-oUls; one half mile. Arundel. US: Laiina. 113; Hallle Byrnes roll, 10; Uncle Dave, lot: Way Way Ond.r, 103; Yolande Ally, 103; l.ulaKacsnllv. 103. Fcnirr, 104; (Jumps Ally, 103; AdsUilaa aeldlug. 103. Third Kac-nevru.iifhtbs of a rolte. Kaodusla roll. lUAjContrsllucolt, 103: Don't Know. 103; Feu Fullet gelding. I O'J; Fst llsblb. 104; Kerstuos, I0H; Krfrac tloo gelding, 10V. Fourth Kiue- One mile. Mirage. 119;Alooio. 103; Bsrguard, 104, Uellasrlus, 07; l.liniore,' W7 , 1'lrste Chief, H7. Fifth lUce Fours ml s half furlongs. Klnnlone. 1 10: Htunlugtou, 104; Billet Dous colt. 104. tut Paragon, 104: Owen, lot, Uolden II.. lot: Con l.ucy. 101: Kdltb, WB; Western War. 3. These ara tbe ulgbt eulrlis Urst Usee File and a half furlongs; selling Peg lsw. loo pounds; Msy I)., loo: Andrew I).. I0U, Mamie K. Krlturnn, 100. Blackluck.w7 Claiiaman. U7. Hecoud lUce .heiru-rlgbthsofamlle. selling, lllilil away, luiiounds, ht. I.sureiii, ; Bright Fyes, low; klorlue, low, lieu, Uordon, low. Third Haee Three-qusitersofamlle. selling. Black hum, impounds. Ilsylay, loei; Tulleu, 103; Frolic some Ijiss. 04. foiuprsilor, 100, l.allab, W7. Fourth Haee Four aud a half furlonga: selling. Ro mance, 1IW; Llimbrriiian. 107; Uabuu Msld, loi. lieu lousu gelding. IUI. Magsle lllchurda. 101, Allulhrs life. W3; Ijdv ", leinunt. 03. Fifth Ks,e Uue mile. I Jiii Bbett. 10W: hrhnorrr. 104. I'srscciis. U4, Rouieo. wl Archbishop, U7. Well-eontestesl Hares at the Uarleaa Trsaek, Cuiisoo, hept. lV.-Tbs Harlem track was lu good roadltlon today and six wrll-eoatettrd raies were ruu. Hauklna Johnson's lied Irou billy Wright colt Ulggsshuwed himself to be tbe best tiesrold lu tralulug now lu the West. He was lu tbe fourth rare with eleieit olliergiMMl onea and was asked locarry KOpmiuda. which he did la true rare horn manner andliad pleuly left st the dulah. He wss tbe public's iliok-i-ai 4 to3. audbls wu hurt the rlug. The sum lusrte First Ksce- SfUlua. one mile. Verge d'Or. lOoiZrl birr' elru. won. I.lllle Dorrlll. W7 iCasalni. 4 lu I. second. Udslla, vt Ofacklla), 9 to I, third. Time, Second Rare -Kli furlongs. F.vanatus, 97iMacklIni, 4 lu I, won, Oeraldlae, loo ifsxlu), b tu A, second. WBhalcble,107lBergrri. Atol, third. Time, 1 I.W,. .,T.h,rJ .!" Selling; eight and a hslf furloags. Billy MrKrnsle. W4 iMackllul, to 3, wou; Warren iV Isud. 10 (Burrrlli, lu to I. srrcud. Frauds Fope, 103 ll'horu), SluV, third. Time. 1 .VHt Fourlh Kareklteand a half furlongs. Dlgga, llll 'Irlu, 4 lu 3. wou; Midas. 104 tChetaller). B tut, wsi'nd. Inatallatur. 100 (Blayluk), 4 to I. third. Time. I lo. , H.fili Race Sejllug: eight and a half furlongs. Willie !.., 107 iNevn'onn. into I. won. .Nephew, V4 iktsckllnl. 13to l.srcuud, Fsklr. 103 ll'horu). 0 to 1, third. Time. I -30. .sUithtWce- Five furtoags. Miss Young. IDllBunm. Jtul.wou. bus, lu.) iLrbjbi, 4 to I. srcoiul, May Rtfae, 103 .Irving), e to I. third. Time. I o Crescent X. C, Faetkall Tease. The tuotball fommlller of the Crescent Athletic Hub. fuiiilsilug of Messrs. Uarry Ueecbrr. Alfred Morris.aadA White, bale Issued a nollrkstu.u luall candidates for the football team to rrport for prartue at Bay Ktdgeun .Saturda) urxt. Ills the lateutiou lo form a aralssd scoud eleven and tu have ibe team praillae ualiy upou the bay HUlje grounds. Tbe t'reaceuis will hsiv all their old 1-andhUts la ike Held lUs seaaun. Messrs. Baldwin. Kobertsoe. Uulll. lists.. Fish. Ntsris, WklU. Culver, tauaa. Wlngste. Frrntls. FltirslJ. Stockton. J. Terry, Brccser. Thompaua.VainUrtaia, aud Burns wUt all Iralafor tas Arstelvicu. TUROSTLK'a HT. MOM. A Mil 1 Hket Beats fdiaae. the Derby Wlaaer, and Matehkac. fjOSDOg, Kept. l'i.-At Doncaster to-day, the St. Ix-rer Htakes of 53 loverelgrrt each, for thrrf-year-olds, over Ihe ft. l.eger course, about 1 mile 0 furlongs and 1 32 yards, w as won by Sir F, Johnstone's Throstle, t-sdas. owned by Lord llosebery, was second, and Matchbox, tho prop erty nt Hlr V. Johnstone, was third, , 1 hrnstle wnde tho running from the fall of Ihe flag, followed by None the Wiser and Match box, with I.silss last, I'pun reaching thn old mile Matchbox look the lead, Throstle drop ping bark tn the rear. Haifa mile from home None the Wiser pulled upahreailof Matrlibox, thepalr leading Hornbeam and Amiable, with IjiOss gaining upon his leader. Mutrhbox tnlei-ed the straight Just clear nf IjiiUs, whit was foltonrd by None the Wiser, Throstle, and Hornbeam. On the line for home Matchbox was beaten. I.ailas drew tlrarof him and wus folluweil liv Thruslle. who t-hiil-lenged the Derby winner for first place and uou b) tlireeiuarlers of a length. f,adas flnlshed two lengths ahead of Matchlxit. Tlme.tlil'f 1-3. The other startrrs were: Duke of Portland's Amiable. Henry Mllner'e None thu Wiser. I.nril llrmlford's llornbesm. Lord Alllngton's l.egnl Tender, and the Duketif Potlland'stlalstiui, ThebettlugwssoU In 1 Hgiiinsl Throstle, II tn 10 on Ladas, '.' to I ngniiist Malihlxix. 10 to 1 against Amlahte, '.'() to 1 against Noun The wiser, ofl to 1 against Hornbeam, and Ann to I against Legal Tender aud tlalstiiu. Kor plates the betting was III tu I agulnst Throstle, 4 to 1 tin Ladas, A to '-' on Matchbox. V to I against Amiable, A In 1 against None the W (ser. anil 11) to 1 against Legal Teuder, tlastou, and Horn- beam. Among Ibe many sensations! SI. I.egersou trioril that of Ittlli still furnishes an annual topic among horsemen assembled at Doncaster for Ihe classic cent. A few tls)s before the tare Sultan, the favorite, broke down, and thrie was a Willi slampedetif buckets to thesniinilliil lug towns anxious tu hedge liefore the urns spread. When thn other 11) era were lined up for the big rare Sir Walter, Agricola. Hronlf, Wild Hoi. aud llarmodliis were left at tbe post. Antonio tlnl-lieil Mist, with Walton second, and Archibald third. The stewurils declared the break a false start, hiiiI ordered the race tn bu run again, Antonlu's tiwiier lefused toeiidbls colt a second tlme.siul Sir Wallrrwon.whllelhe otherplsciiigs resulted as before. Keeling tan so high between the Antonluaud Sir Walter back era thai n free tight ensued, which was only iiiellcd when Ihe stew aids decided to refer Ills tae to the Jockey Club. The latter body tit I'ldeil In favor of Antonio, and ensured the stewards fur allow lug a second race. The hern of the l4il St. l.eger wus SlrTattou Stkes, wlioe name was t'hauged fniniTihthorpe after he had won thn Two Thoilsniid tltilneas. Hill Scott, the trainer and rider or the roll, had such nil unenviable lejintatloii for high living that IHO lu I was u tie red agalnat Sir Tattnu Sykts for the Derby. Scntt arrived al the l)st lu a muddled condition anil promptlv picked a fjitarrrl with thestarter. The latter left rcott. who got away fifty lengths behind his field. The colt was so good. Item ever, that ho ran a close second to I'yrrhiisthe First. The mineis then decided on extreme meas ures mid gave Stott u more rigorous training llisti Ihe t ult. Iloth were got to the his for the St. Leger In excellent trim, and they sailed home in front amid wild enthusiasm. It was thus Hill Scott landed the laat of his many St. Leger victories. The ertallc old Jockey wss not so fortunate the year he lisle Cotherstonr. on whom he had previously won the tltilneas and Derby. The stable also had Prize Fighter en tered, and Mined he rould manage to win at a fancy price. The good thing wss done with In the stretch, and Scott tried to come on and win with Cotherstonr. He looked like succeeding until the last stride, when Job Maraon squeezed Nut with In front aud won by a nose. X Horse Killed and .loekey Iladly Hue! at faton!N. Latoma, Sept. W -The races today were run under sexallous difficulties owing to delays at the (Mist. From flte tn thirty minutes were tsken up In eseh race, except one. The finishes were rnusllyaa unsatis factory. In fact, the day'a sport was decidedly hsd. tn the second rsce Miss Heynolds fell, breaking her teg and was shot. Jmkey Coombs, whn was riding her. was perhaps fatally Injured. In the fifth rare Sanooaa fell, but was not hurt. Hummarlrs. First Race Seven furlongs. Judllh. 101 (Claytnul. 7 to V, won-, Dolly Withers, Till i.l. Illlll, l'4to l.aecntul; Hsdle Hunt, till iF. Cam, 110 lo I, third. Time. I Vt. Ncrond Race Five furlongs. Alabama, 110 lover loni, 0 tiiv, won. F.ial..lOA'F Cam, am I, second; Addle Buchanan, 103 iThnrpci, 7 tog, third. Time, I o:t. Third Race-One tntle. Feytonla. 10J (Keith). 4 to t, wou; Rnllver liucknrr. 103 tJ. Hill). to I. serond; Ellen Douglass, W7 llsytoni, H loB.thlnl. Time. 1:4. Fourth Race atx furlongs. Fat Woodcock, 107 IF. Cam, It In I. woo; Hodgson. 104 (Clayton. 10 to 1, second; (Scotland, 10 illaml. 3 lo I, third. Time, I. lnti. Fifth Race your and one-half furtnngs. Tnngese, lOA III. Illlll. tltn I, won. Adsh Foy. 103 iKellhl. ID to I, second, Toloacbe. 103 (Urahaml, IV to I, thlril. Time. 0:37. Nlxth ltsce-Keven furlongs, flinty C, low (Free tnsnl, into I. won; Miss Lilly, lot! (I'r rklnsi, V lo I, second; Ataman, tin illsmi, '.'0 to I, third. Time, 1 '4W)t. Harrison Will Ttetuna to Kaglaad Without Ills Prises. Henry llsrrlsnnisu Kugltah ex-cbamplon runner, wliocame to this country three weeks ago from Rlr nilngham, will return there as soou as he tan, minus almost everything he brought with htm, and which he exehsnged foren experience with booming real estate. He landed here Willi hla wife and child. and after leaving a serurrly tiound liox Willi the express people at the Barge Office hs took the train for Indiana. There he Invested alt his monev In city lots, aud yes lerdsy he celled st the lisrge ornre end asked for his Ihix. He ssld he had had a tough ttme In the West, and wanted to sell whst he had In the box au that he could itet buck tu Birmingham. The Imix contained about $300 worth of Imputes lu the shsfie of silver cups, mcdsls, tnlatd music boxes, and ptauues. He of. fered to sell them, and an F.ngllahman who had Just landed bought the lot for $:l, and Harrison and hla wife aud child will take a steamship for Kngland ou Balurda). They are at present at 117 Washington street. Araheret'a Preparatloaa for Football. Ahuxkst. Sept. W.-W. II. Lewis of Harvard will roauh tbe Amherst footbsll men for two weeks, when Park Davt., a Princeton man. will take charge of the candidates for Ihe reiuslndrr of the season. Many good new nieii are out. and Amherst's hopes are high for a strong team this fall, though It is early lo say much ss fntbeinske up. Thefolluwluglsthecurreited schedule of games: IM. a.llrcenneld A. V , at Amherst; Oct. A, West Point, at West Point. IH't. III. Boston Tei hs, at Am her. t, net. I" Wrsleyau, al Mldilleluwn: Oct. la, Troy Techs, al Amnersl, lHt.IT, llsriard, at falubrldgr; IXI. SO. Union, at Albany; Oct. -J4. Weslejan. at Am herl, Ot. '47. Bueton A. Cut ltoaloii, Oct. :ll. Yale, alNewHairti; Nov I, Trinity, at Amhetsl; ur. a, Boston Techs, st Boston; suv. 3. Rutgers, at Amberal: Nov. 0. Dartmouth, at Auihers! j .Not 17. Wllllsms, at WllllaMltowil, Notes or tke Howlers. The Auranla Howling Club will start their season to night at Arlington Hall, Ht. Mark's plsrr. The Washlngtons may ruler one of Ibe big tourna ments. They have a crack tsiwler In hbermau. who can make It lutrrestlng for any of the downtown players. s There will uiidotibiedly be three or four vacancies In the American National Tournament. It Is ssldthst the Manhattans. Mousrchs. aud Spartans of lloboken will uot compete. Now Ibst Uolden will roll with tbe Fidelia tesm. names will not be one of the five. The latter showed himself to be uulle a cleier tsiwlrrlu Isst srsson's Hi's louruaiiirut, and ought tu beacoutestaut lathe big tournsmeul, Atthesunusl meeting of the Salamander Bowling Club of Brookly n ihe follow lug officers were elected : II. Rulh. President C. Powell, Vler-Fresldent, 0. Waller, Secretary and Trraauirr; W. Lnngbeed. Cap tain. The Halaniauders wltl enter teams In sevrrsl tournameiits. A meeting of Ibe Arlington Bowling League Board of Managers w 111 be held lu a week or two, for the pur. pne of completing arrangementa for Ibe anaual tour lament. Arlington Hall lias beeu engaged for Thanks giving eve, wheu the organisation will hold a recei. Ilou. Another ball wIHTjb held lu March. The following officers lime been eln led by the t'tn pla Bowling nun B. Rlrsuss. 1-rrsltleut. II. Berj. Vlce-Frealdent, ) Hachs. Hecrelary, K. Ureenwald. Treasurer, A caplaln will be appointed every tiionth. Tbe praclhe games are rolltsl at tlrocfrs Hall eiery Friday night Three teams will routesl In the tourna ment, which will toinmeure uext month, Al a rceeut meeting the Fedors Bowling Club elected tbe following offU-era fbsrlrs Kent. I'resldrutt Her iiisii llenne. Vice President, F. a. Hofiiunn. hecre lary John Rammlrr, Treasurer. Imla Htelnmrts, f aptaln. The club U uow composed ol fourteen mem. brra, uf which right belougsd tu the organisation last season. Their prsrtlcr games will be lolled al Ibe Ar llngtnu Hall slleia rirrv Tuesdsy rvrulug. They rolled their Initial games on Hept. 4, and eaixcllo have a strung team. . The annual meetlne of the Morrlssnd Fsaex Rowling I-rague was held al the Rusetllle Athletic Aaaurlatlnu ruomaou Monday night. Representative from tbe Orsnge Athlstle Club. Kuulh Orange Field Club. I' hat lis in Fish aud (tame Assih Utlon, Y M. C. A. of Or sine. Moutilalr Athletic flub, Klverslde Atbletk- Club, aud Roarvllle Athletic AsaOi-latlou were Present. J. U. Tboiiipsonnflb R. A A. waa elet-te-l Prrsldrul aud Mr.iuly of the 1 l. c a. serretar) and Irrasurer. The report of Ihrorncers showed ibe league to be In a prosperous cundllluu, with all bills paid and a balanie la the treasury Amrndniruts lo the lawa aud rules seers P-i-eed and lu addition lo the team cuuteats there will ibis year beau Individual tournament be. tweru tberhatuplonsuf Iberlgblclulisrompilslnglhs league. This will bafonimenird at Ihe end uf Ihe season and isiuiturtrd afire tbe order of Tiirsis tourusinent. The Frrsldrut appolulrd Hinclalr, llrl ler, and lr lug as r.ircutlte Comiulttre to srraugs achedules, 4U Bmoklya Isiwlers are gelling lu readiness for the coming sea.on on Monday ulghi the faruthers' tournament Hoard of Mauagers hetdamretlugst the EUptuut club House. The follow log club were rep reMUtsd Adrlphl. U. M. WIIUsuis: (Trrnuut, K. I. BaunUter. teho. Iir Thonisa L. Wslls; Tliwa. O. L, Courtney, ej.ulh Fw J. U. Fennlnglon. Keluecke, t V'H?- ,70!f.uu;1"' Harry Anderson. O.ceoU, tl J . Vau Tassel: Madison. K. F. Mulllus.Jr.. Monroe. J. !! !''u,,orJ"r, IJerkluier, F. R. Story, Fearless, u. A, Ncllro) The Clrrraout, E.-ho. FearleM. Herkimer, Ovrola, Wsierly FlakBlgbl.sudttoulh Faw delegates slated that I heir rrapecUteilubs w uuld cum pete lu Ihe lourusnieui again If ibe other rluba wivh tu .. pele they must signify su by urxt baiurdsy While the Carrutliera luuiuameni lu prstluus years was composed uf Brooklyn clubs, on or wore New York club, may take part luuexl winter a coiupelltlon t I Mouday night a useiing ibe applkallsa or Ihe less, koe Bowling Club was aceeptsd. slid It U rumored UialtaeFbuinlxaad ew Yorks. the crack clubs of llsrieai, way journey across tke ttrtdge la ssek new laurels. -'Tsrsaty-oae rlubs will agaia nsussM fur tka chsnu-kwsidp. The toaraey wUJVjla usxtvaojila. i.Mn.1 iV-t Ct ii' mi s '- Tfee . i Ialix. equals nancy. rATnosAor. nnr.AT davohtbr THOTH A itlt.K IS !04. . The Iast llatr Was Caeered In li4 S-4-K Coaldeat Are Hallskary and Me. llawell tkat Tkelr Mare le tke Qaeea that Tkejr Will Mtaet Iter Again To. Morrow-Carbonate I-ewers tke Pae tan Heeoral ror Trra.year-lds-f:xrs-alre Hlees Aaelker SMreat PerFsraaaaee, TxHitl: llAt'Ttt. SepL I Alls Is Indeed queen of the trotting turf, tiuldnl by McDowell she started at A :.ll o'clock this afternoon for a pure of $.".,il0D, to heat Ihe mark nf 3:04 made on the Terre Haute track by Nam y Hanks In Septem ber, IMP'.. Hoth Salisbury and .McDowell thought the little mare was tn fine condition for the supreme struggle to-day, and her tulle In 3:04, while ll did not best the world's trotting renin), tied Hand reduced her uwn mark from 3:044, Her slow (Irs t quarter, which wits lu U'j sec mule, was tine, Mi'lkiw ell as, tn the fart that the mam shlrd at the first turn at some dirt the scraper had left on the track. Tho slow first quarter aa It was dirked led tuauy to belle) It would be a slow mile, and this was heightened when It was found to be 1 :03Hat the half, but from thereon Allx tame home with a marvel lous butslof speed, trotting the last half of the mile lu 1 :004. McDowell euiniitsged her from Ihrhalf home, especially on the last quarter. When the time was hung out there was much enthusiasm, aud Isith thelnareaiid lierdrher aud Mr, Salisbury wire applauded. McDowell said I lie mare would haieirrlaluly btjleii ',:04 hsd she not scared at the tlrst turn, and Starter l.uper announced from the stand that so foutldriil were the) that this could be I done on another Hint that Allx would go again ! on Kilday, the same day that Hubert . I. starts to j lieat '.'il)'.'!,. Allx's quarters tu-dsy were tl:!!'.'. l:0:Uj, Ib'lil, and'f:04. Carbonate, nit tied by the DiiIhiIs Urns, nf Den ver, started In beat the world's two-)eai'-old pacing r-'.'S-.d of '.'ilO, held by Directly, the black son of Direct, and suctectlrd In doing It, pacing the mile In '.Mill. The cult was driven by Jack entry. Kxprnsiie, Sallsbur)' great F.lec tloiieertlll), itonthe '.'.HI trot after Gertrude, tbe Doble tuarr, had taken the first tuo heats, and Kxpressive, lu so doing, trotted the fastest fourth heat (3:l'.'Wl ever gone by a three-year-old, tthlth was also the fastest heat gone by any three-year-old this year. Kxprrsslve Is truly a stayer, and Sal isbury evidently knew n thing or two when he shipped her here from Fleetwood, She appears In need about three or four heats to get thoroughly warmed up. She started a lint favorite, but quickly sold below tlertrude after the first heat. Rex Amerlrus, thn Village Farm entry, and Margrave, who were fancied by some, were never In tho lace. The unfinished '.'ill pace was won by Kissel's Dallas, after much splitting of heats. The eccentric Howdy Joe. with a heal tn his credit, got the flag. The 3:17 pace wss continued oer till to-morrow. The heats were split lie. twecn tlarette, Hcd Wing, and Tommy firms n, the fifth beat being so close between Itnzette and Tommy Ilrnwn thst the Judges decided It a dead heat. The fast Monhars waa distanced the first heat, being nut of condition aud acting bad ly. To-morrow the great free-for-all pace oc. curs lietween Joe Patrhen. Hal llradrn, John 11. (frntry, liilbctistein, Masrott, Iteflectur, Flying Jib, and Doc Sperry. Summaries: V 11 psce; purse 91, ,V)0. ITIaael flail., rtt. v . lie Indian Phlr iKIsssll. (.'12311 KlltleR., blk.ln. (Oeersl a 3 I X a Frank Agan.li.s-. (Walker) 3 1 4 a 4 1 Rowdy Joe. rn.g. (Alleni 4 3 14 Nils Horker. Ii. a. iHcllenrr) '4 4 a v ar.o Ttmr-f tm. -: !(,, g.W, '4:11, g:ll, : !(,. a-IStrnt; nursetl.ooo. Kxprrsslve, b. f.. by Electioneer, dam F.sther. by Express iMrDnwelll 'J 2 0 111 (lertmde.ch. m. by Flyrla IF. Doblei. t 1 S g a Mna Medium, br. in., by Riley Medium tFulllgam ..4 4 I !l H t Rex Amerlrus. b. e. itleersi. 7 A u H Hr.o Margrave, ro.c. tCurtlst A a a 3 Ar.o KateF., b.f. (Castlei a o 4 4 4 r.o Msyby, h,m. (Currri a ill. Hnowdeu, b. g.'IF.Rfsrri Mills Tlme-:lTl,,l(.H. a;17, V.l'4ls,V.14V,, 2 IS). 'i 17 pace: pnrsafl.oAO; unflntsbsd. flsrelle. b. h.. by Onward (Hhockrnsiy). . 1 I 2 Tommy Brown, b.g. (Blsckwell). . 3 :t 7 I Medwlng.ch. h. tatokesl . I a 7 7 Nelly McCnry.b.m. (MrCoryl n 4 a n S Mnrella, b. m. (tleersl 4 A 4 11 4 Patty !., ch. m. (Offuti t 2 4 :l Clint KII7, ch. h. (Freeman) 7 H s A 3 tlanerose, b.h. lUanli H 7 ill.. Moubara, blk. a. tMcIIenryl dls. Tlme--2lal,, g'IMU. t;IIU, g:laU, 2:131.. Dead heat. 2 12 trot, purse (1,300 itinflnlahedl, DsndyJIin, gr, (., by Young .Mm (Minim) 1 Commodore Forter. b. h, (Fuller) 2 David It.. ch. g. (Cnrllsi :l !-r's Pilnt.gr. h.tJ. Curryi 4 Wllllstn IVnn.br. c. (CHnei 3 tllsnl, b. h, IDIikersoni d Tlmc.gill. Alls lobeat Nancy llsnka's record of 2.04, made ou this track Sept. !, IkI2; purse $3,000. Time . . ... I Allx. . .. 2 Time bv quartrrs-0:82, I :li:l'4. 1 :aa, 2 ni. Carbonate to tirat the worid'a two.year-old pacing record of X. lll.'sMirld by Directly. farNmate l Time g Time, 2: 10. as' east ricTojtr ton j. .v. it. Tke Otker Haeee at Polat 11 re eta Were Nkaraly Contralcst. Pint. Anxi.PitiA,. Sept. 13. Though tbe fields were small In all three classes at the Point Ilrreze Park meeting this afternoon, two uf them kept everybody guessing until dark. The first event, fnr 3:34 trotters, was the surest thing of the week, as there was not a thing that approached the form J, M. I), had shown earlier Inthedrand Circuit. Turner had transferred ,1, M. D. to tlolden In time fnr Happy Lady to tart against lit in. and the pair gathered In first and second money. There seemed to be no reason why Haven could not repeat her performance at Fleetwood when she defeated Whisper and good field, so that she sold ut S'S.wlih Whisper worth S'.'Aand the rest at $17. After II, J. Kockwrll had set the pare to the half in the first heat Haven passed him and stalled off Whisper's challenge from the distance. The mllewasonly lu3iUI4. and It was A tn 1 on the black mare before the second heat, Nelly F. made thn clip faster to the three-quarters In this mile, and then Whis per rushed up with a spurt that rarried her home a short length ahead In 3:13. (iulden had clearly outgenerallett the Pittsburgh driver behind the favorite, but his mare was lame and could not repeat the trick. Haven had a clear lead to the wire In the third heat, but having varied from the position she took at the head nt the stretch, the Judges announced that she was punished for this by being placed last. This gave the heat lo hlsper, and no one was more surprised than Uolden, who said he had seen no Interfer ence. It was Nelly F. that Haven haul carried nut, but her driver had not complained, and the decision, while welt meant, was scurcely Jus tified, Haven came home In the same war for the next heat, and Collins, who was called tn the stand, said his mare always swerved from the pole, and she was placed as she finished this time. The Dude hail taken up tho battle In this mile, as Whisper hsd enough of it. but all Sliil linglaw'i diligence was unavailing against the superior sliced and stsmlna of Haven. Those who plunged ou Lltnonero at 3A to 7 over the rest of the three-yea r-olds were alarmed when Hilda S. raptured tbe first heal In 3:1014, and promptly hedged on the filly. She got away wrong foot foremost lu Ihe second heat, and eicattergood.whowasdrivlug Hildas., laid her up after elia regained her stride. Thilgave l.ltnnneru a heat In .':37)t. In the next one. however, the fleet )oung mare heat him lu 3:33. I.lmonero was clearly off, hut Hilda H, failed to lake further advantage of him. She made a break on the homestretch in the fourth heat, when she was beating Ihe colt, and waa even more unsteady In the deciding mile. Hilda H, la owned by A, H, Darling, and herdam, Hluda Wilkes, has already produced two fast tier, formers In Double Cross and luu Wilkes. If the four classes arranged for Thursday ran lie disposed of on time the meeting will be oxer. ' Uiiv, who was entered for the free-for-all pace, j will not start, aa he was In a railway accident coming from New York, the effects of whirl) ' will probably keep him off the turf for Ihe -balance of the season, Summaries: , g-JI visas, trotting; purse (1.900. I M. l.. b. j. b Favorite Wilkes, dsnbyJue Dowalug (Ouldeat III, llsppy Udy.br. ui. (Turner-,,,. 2 2 :t t'ol. Uk-key, Us. (Bsybould) 3 3 2 Utile Ethan, b.g, (kherldaui Has Tom Medium, hf. s. (Warren) 4 4 3 bou Ante, b.aA-(Lani). , 3 tt dr I Tluis-2 1U. 2.S. 2 7. I t 14 rlsss. pacing: purse SI. Oou. I Raven, blk m.. by Alcsntsrs -Kaibtl B . I by Aflle West (Colhosi 12 3 11, Whisper, ch iu. by Alcaudtr (Uolden 2 1 I a 4 ! , Nelly F bio iJoaesl 3 :i X 4 2 I IkeDude. b. r, (Uhllllailsw 3 4 J 2 a II J Rockwell, b. s. Dudgei 4 3 4 3dr Time 2 I4'4,2 !.r. t la. 2 14', 2 I3' . 2 Mils... Irotiluf. three-year olds purse fl.uoo. I Lloiunsro. Iv c by lledtnoal l.uluneer. I by Electioneer (tUybouldi 2 I X tat I Hlldah-.bf by HtsaubouUKi-slletgood.l 4 1 T 2 atynU iirXclUasi 4 S a 4 WllUaju K, b. r. WS4) a 4 dls tdoitur, ca. f. traiat. ...Ms Tl4H-r.:1-.t2.iH, t.ti r.HKIHO TTAS A BtKEPKH. i The Harae FlTe-rearM Woe tke lladsea Hlver tke. The fields were smaller at the New York Btat Breeders' meeting yesterday, but the two trot tine races on the card resulted In sport of the same spirited character at that which marked the opening day of the meeting now In progress at Fleetwood Park. Genuine enthusiasm was aroused by Ihe close finishes In Ihe 3:3.1 class race and by Ihe unexpectedly fast trotting nf the flve.year-old stallion Rsklmti In the Hudson Hlver Stock Farm Purse for .1:00 horses, Ksklmo was quite overlooked by the players whn backed John tloldsmlth's California mare Ventta Wilkes at odds mi against the field, and for two heals the green one made but a very In different showing. He flnlshed thiol to the favorite III the opening heat, and In the second round, bis harness gelling nut of adjustment, he barely missed being (lagged out nf the race by the distance Judge. Vetilta Wilkes had won with such a show of sierd In reserve In the first twn bests that she was .a pruhtbltlte fainrlte hrforu tho start for the third heal, nnil the nice looked to be a uue thing for the rtiiiiul-ttirnt'd Califurtilaii. This time, honeier, P.eklnui gut away III goml st)le, uud trotting fast tn the half and up the 1st 1 1 he chased tloldsmlth's mare along In the lend at a slrnng'.'rlSillp. S'ejirthethiee-quarterpnlr Vr nllii made one of her t baritcteristlc brenks. She did not turn loiind and go ihcntlicmajjnit she danced up and down until tlolilsmlth was forced tu bring her lllernll) ton stniVtlsllll ntid stitrt Up un a walk before she would strike her gait again. Hy the time she did so Ksklmo was almost tu the wire, and Fox, seeing an upir tutilly In distance the faun lie, kept nn driving the leader until the ting fell lu front uf Vrnlta Wilkes. The ilUtnliclni.-of the favorite created something of a sensation among the spectators mid horsemen, but tne greater stirpiise was manifested when the time or tbe heat lias nunoilliieil as 3:lM4. This Is remarkable speed for a M:(I0 clsss race, but Ksklmo is a remarkable )nling horse. He moled the last half nf this mile III 1 iUU, a clip that not many 3:1A irottris are able to maintain up the famous Fleetwood hill. After Vrnlta Wilkes's Ignominious down fall Ksklmo went on anil won with the utmost ease from the Albany mate Masl Karr, who alone temnlued to finish the race after the distance flag fell lu the fast heat trotted b) the stitlllou. 'Ihe winner Is a horso of rare goisl breeding, his sire being the cham pion two-mile atallioti llrrenlauder. 4:,T3, aud his dam PittlSIng, a full sister In Sllbiilli,'-.'; laic, by Klet tloucer. Ksklmo's lecord when he stall ed al Fleetwood yesterday was '.';,T:IU, He was bred by Augustus Sharie of Liiuleiille, K). John Madden Is said lo havo offeied t'.'.TUO for him as a weanling, without securing the colt, and as a )earllng he was sold to Walter Culling uf Plttsflehr, Mass. When Mr. Cutting eold his horses In New York Isst winter KsMmo, then In bed condition and blind of an eye. brought only flOU, his pure baser being John It. Dillon or New Haven, who still owns tho sieedy stallion. After Venlla Wilkes hud been shut out of the race (lolilsinllli drove the inarou working-out mile In 3:17. There was nothing tu start against t lay hontus In the 3::)A class, pacing, Mini the crack four-i ear-old went through thu formality of " w alklug over " for the purse. Humbug should have won the 3:35 class race In three consecutive heats according to the be. lief of nearly all horsemen who witnessed the rare. The speedy little gray fellow waa an even money favorite on the strength of tbe two win ning races he had trotted out In Michigan with III n few tta) s past. II was said ho bad shown trials In tlm uelghliorhocal of 3:1(1 for Driver llever. The youngster was laid up In the open ing beat, and In the eecnnd llever made only a feeble sort uf drive In the homestretch, being beaten a short head by Ilelte tlrande. After winning the third heat easily Humbug made a queer break near tho half the next time and tlnlslied In tho rear. Tho book betting in dicated that something was wrong, and the Judges began tn think about substituting an other driver for llever. Humbug, however, won the fifth heat in 3:31M.and It was plain that whatever may havo been llcver's purpose as to dropping beats he wus out tn win the race. Ills good, green trotter had begun tn show the effects of divided hcuts, however, and when the erratic but speedy stallion Dudley Olrott came back In the sixth round with a mile In 3:11(14 It was n little more than Humbug could I hen do to beat him, and tho gray fellow lost a race he might as well have won, To-dai's programme Includes the Parkvllle Farm Slake of 13,000 for three-year-old trot ters, the Waverly Usn Farm Slake, for 3:40 trotters, and the Parkvllle Farm Stake for 3:30 liarers. Summaries: .1:00 class, trotting; Hudson River Block Farm Purse, isoo. J. II. Dillon's Kanulmo, br. s., hy Green. lender, dsm Plttl King, by Electioneer til. Foxi . T a 0 1 1 1 A. I'. MeDnusld's Maud Karr. b. m., by Magic Wilkes (McDonsldl 2 2 19 3 John A. lloldamllti's Vrnlta Wilkes, b. tu by tluy Wilkes Kloldamllh) . I 1 (111. Lines Brothers' Sally Max. b. m. bv JIa li mits ( Robert itevcr) 4 Sdls. John Rudd's Victor, Ii. a., by Piedmont U. I. (llbtisi . 3 4dli. II. ('. Yionduiit's Ht. Jonathan, br. a., by Kentucky Dictator CWnodntlt) ,dla. Tlme-2:2I)), 2:23, 2.1DM. 2'2U14, i:,ii. 3:33 class, pacing; F.ldorado stock Farm Purse. 1300. Smith 4c Usrneii'sf layhontas. ch. s., by Pocshon- tas Boy, dsm by Buckley's Lthan Allen (Robert Helen .. w.o. Tlme-2 IT. 2'23rlass. Ironing; purse ll.omi. W. F. ThomiHtou's Dudley Olcntt, ch.s.. by Allien W.. dam Cecilia by Foa cora llayward IF. W. Noblsl. . 1 S S 1 8 1 C. M. Hmlih'a Humbug, gr.g., by Billy Kuox (Robert Beverl 3 2 1 4 1 Christopher llsckrtt's Belle Oranda, ch, in., by !.e Uranda (Jerome Whelp try). 2 12 2 4 2 Daniel Lewis's l.lille II., b. lu., hy Wlnnoskl (John Dsly) ... a 4 4 8 3ro John II. Khults's Myatery, h. in., by PhallaalM. P. Devy). .. . .4 3 ilia. E. II. Long's Keeler, b. a., by Dictator nteorge McBrltiei Ho dls. Tlnie-x:2i,. 2:2D, 2:2IH. 8:214, 2;21'4, g.lvK. Caprice Dovras Tonsah la Fine Mtyle. Rostok, Sept. 12. The ties! contest of Ihe oay at Mystic Park to-day was the 8:14 rlaas, In which Caprice trotted the rsce of her life, dermslnr took Ihe 2:22 trut with rompsrstlie rase, after Vat had aerurrd Ihe flrat two heats, and lu the 2:12 pace Oil Curry had It all his own way In tbe two hssts that were derided, hummarlea; 1 1 clsss, pacing; purse f 1,000. Jimmy B. 3 A 1 1 I WeedWUkes I I 0 M 7 Hra Bird.. H 2 7 2 4 R.H.D 2 a 4 4 H Kttmuud A n s a 2 Frank I".. ... A 7 a A A Malterhoru. 7 10 A H o Fat Haver Ill u s dr fornetta 4 8 dr BeasleD It It dr Kocksway ll 4 X Tdls Tlilie-'.';14H. 2:1814, 2:ISH,2:10'4, 2:18. 2 14 claai, trolling; purse 11,000. aprlce A 8 t 1 1 Toiuali. ... I t a h 2 hiarltght. 2 rt 2 4 0 Bu.h.. A ll a x ft Protein 4 3 A a 4 Vega a 4 4 A A Tlme-2. 13, 2:UH.2:le4-, 2:10, 2li, 8:22 elsas, trotting; purse 11,000. Oermalne A 8 I 1 I !.. . I I 3 H A Yankee Lurk A A m 2 2 flontarf X H 3 4 7 Kitty R -4 4 2 A 4 Margaret I U 10 H a 3 Alice Wllkea H B 7 7 H Dora Thome H H 1 A 9 Dot . .. 7 u jo dr. Fluaewund lo 7 dr. llme-'MK, 2:1Kl,. 2;V0, 8:20, 2:20t. 8 18 rlsss, paring: purse l,000, iuuflnlshe.1:. Oil Curry ... 1 Daisy Despalo 3 2 Hosn Wilkes -4 I Kllck Klock I a S Dliati 4 j Auule Rhea a d Tlmc-2.14-,2.Sts. Football Nates. The Orange Athletic club football men practise every night by electric light. Sam Allen, the old Andoier half lck, Is now play ing wllh ihe Ssw Jersey Athletic Club. r ' The Princeton 'Varatty will open their season on Bept. 22 wllh s game with Lafayette College al Prince Ion, -Billy" Butt Is helping rapt. Itlnkey get IheVals men In shape at ) rater's Island. Hull Is coaching ibe backs. The Mew Jersey . V serond eleven will nrn lha sesson un Hrpi. 20 with Ihe Huuth Orsng Field Club at Huuth Orange The Kllsalielh Athletic Club fncilUII team bate had electric lights put upou tnelr grounda where they practise every ulgbl. Manager Cornish of tbe Chicago Athletic Association football team anticipates arranging a game wllh the Prtncetou 'Varsity for earl) lu .Yovcrubrr. Tke Manhattan Footbsll team would Ilka In arrange gaiuee w 1th all teema for Saturdays and holidays. Ad dress Mat F Ouuderson. AI2 Msuhaltan stenue. Tba Caledonians or k'earuy and Ihe Rovers of the strsmshlpTeuioole will play a match game, under sv sotiatlou rules, at Ihe former's grounds next Saiur- The JerTeraona of Newark will play the Marines at Oovernor's fslsnd on Sept. 214 ,nd (ha Red Mars of Harlem on Oct, Oat tbe Kearny grounds. Asswiatlou rule will govern. The annual meetlu; of tbe American Football Assn. rlallon will beheld uext bslurtlsy al Hill's. I Cross street. .Newsrk. Clubs desirous of taking part lu lha i cup competition sra Invited lo send a rsprtsentsilie. Entries will close at Ihemreilug with Mnreury Ilea dsrsou. and Ihe drawing for lha first round will a Isu lass place. The Walisaalag Field Club of BloouSsld. X. J . hais , hoaen lbs follow lug players lo repreasut tne club on tbe, rooioall Held Jobu Weden. .-enlre rush, Rii Bsdxley and Kaiuuel l tlde.rlgbl aud left guards, Hot. f'f.us'ersudHeuryMiirtliy.rUnl awl left l.rkUs. Ulllaui Irwin aud Archie Dellcy right aud left sad.. Usorgr Barneti quarter luck ,'oCn ktrgusuu ami liuis Thornall. right and left half backs. The drawing for ihe drat ruuml In .eeupi-ouipeti llou uf iua .New Jersey Junior Fool nail Asaoeiatmu la s. follow. Cresceuls of Fatersuu vs. Kearny Wou iters. Young Men's I hrlatiau t'ulua'a first Irani if ksarux is. krarny Uaugcrs. JerTeraona c.f Newark is. oun4LMaB'scirlttlsa6alon-s second tesm of kfesr. "...J K4ods .rf hewark rrw Ike bye. Tkegaiuea wU U played before Sot 17. The IrUjulwsf du kMlkerkutvetifgriHuids. wu " a THJSHS nizz, its yo rianr. Jaeksea Brawa Hla lO.tXrt) Forfell aasl jLeavta for Neve Terk. CnicAoo, Kept. 13,-Peter Jackson left here this afternoon at 3 o'clock on the Erie road I for New York. Before leaving he called on W 111 J. Davis at the Columbia Theatre. In company with " lrson" Davles, and withdrew hli $10,000 forfeit. Darlea drew a sigh of relief wlten the money was taken down and the fight decljrcd oir. "I'm very glad It's over," he said. "I never was so tlreif oFanythlng. Cnrbelt will nowiiilss a little advertising he probably epected to pa f 3.aiHl for. for I lielleve lie Intended to lamtpo ne the fight even If It bad la-en set for nlno months from now. 1 suppose Corbett will meet Jackson at New York and flare another chit lenge In Peter's face as he steps on tho bunt lo Irate Tor home." . T4) HACK Mt. JH:. JUT'S I'AVItT. Fire Is lleslanlsg OO-footer Ibr a rtyndleute, y,vn thr Boston Itn-nlJ. (Int'ltiKK.Hrotlaiid, Sept. 10. William Fife, Jr.. Is now at wurk tin the design of a UO-footer fnr a syndicate, one of whose members Is Mr. Walker, r big brewer of I.Uerpool. The boat will be built In lliglls's yard, Partlck, and will Is-ready early llirriiniliiRJcar fiirlhe .Mediter ranean regattas. Shu will bo, built tu meet the tlordnn iFennetl boat now building bv Her reshorf. ..... , , . The 10-raler Pakolnh sailed nml Won her last race for the season lo-tlay In Hie V est Scotlaiid Yacht Club regatta. The WbImui Imal. thcSilIa, was second, anil the Fife boat, l.llltb, thlril. Neve sjork liny Yeicktaasea lVlad t'p the Srssiis. The season was brought t a clote yeitentsy by those .int-litsmcu wlio rendesvous along Hie Coin. muulpaw shore of New York Bay from a aliit a little Kboie.NellloA"stiost house to Cslell I'olllt. Owing to the seteie I tan inter storm of Holiday eiculng tlulug fousldeinlileitaiiiage In some of I lie laists, thpre w -re only two aisr(eis nut of the live entries for the an foot rlsss, while the Kills b. Capt. Patrick Campbell, bad a wnlkoterlii Ihe-JS foot rlss.. The isimiietliig tsisls In the aa root rlsss were ihe Three Htstrra, owned bv cap4. Christopher Hrowii. nml the Water Wltcli, owneil liyfspl Charles Mitchell, the former being a winner by It nilniile-. The other boats entered were the Ansa. I'apl. James OTIrlen; Mm erelgn. Capt. Allel t .lohtisoit, and the list I ler, Capt. Michael Dnuotan. The prises were a silk pciiusnt aud a silver cup for seioud. Kummsry: VAlpseil Coreeefeil feaatfi, 7(Hi. Ifinr. .Vni..e. riieiier. . fn. II. St. s. II. H. s. Three M.lers .Capt. Hrown . .at no A lit on A In oil Water Witch, t.'apt. Mitchell.. as U0 3 33 0U (J 33 00 Yachting: Notes of Interest. There will be sn interesting match rate next aumtay lieiweeu the '-'I foot cat-rlgged boati Uolden RihI, owned by c. .1. Leach, and the Mary Isabel, owned by Ivea and Howard Taylor both of the Audubon Yacht Clnh of this illy. The race I, tol.e for (too a aide, and Is tn le sailed over (he regular rluh course, start ing from the t-tiib house at 132d strrrt and North Itlirr to and aruiimt a stskeboat anchored off Knglewnod, N. J.; theme Ina stakeboat orr Pleasant Valley, and front there to Ihe club house, Ihe course Is to tie sailed twice, and tbe race Is to tie started alxiut 1 1 o'cliick. The Kdtiaor ihe Yonkers Corinthian Yacht Club and the Pauline U. of the King Hlng Yacht clnh will sails match race over Hie Audubon Yacht Clubcourse on Hiindav, Kept, :to. The Mary c. Miner, owned tiy Chas. ltaeof the latter tluli. liaa been fitted with a new rig. which. It Is thought, will discount thst of any other boat of Ha site In these waters. Thr Miner Is 10 feet tUt' Inches In length, and carries a hollow mast of 40 fee). Ilolat of sail, 2S feet; length of gstr, IN feetl imntn. VH feet, Hhe Is oiien lo a lualcti with any taist of her site for a stake of trou up. The regular monthly meeting of the Pavnnla Yacht Club was held on Tuesday evening al Ihe city club house, located oiitheConimunlpawsnoreof New York tay. It waadeolded Inclose the sesson at the country club house. Alienor lllghlsnds. N. .1.. on Katurday, hept. 22. In the evening there wilt he a stag enter talnment. The annual Rhode Island clambake or the dub will be alt en at the cltyrliili liouae some time during the latter part nf next month. The llel.aughlln.Seston Itllllnrd Match. F.d Xlel-anxhlln playeil In first-class form last night In hla billiard match with "Comsnche Hexton at psly'. Hs rsn out a game of 230 points In fourteen Innings, missing but once. He averaged 17 t'J-lt. lie madehlgb runs of 41 and An. Sexton scored I4:t, averssing Just 11. lie made one run of 33. Mc laughlin la now 147 polnta ahead, the total scorea being 730 to 003. flosBlp ofthe Ring:, Jim nutlar, the Philadelphia colnreil middle weight, has Issued a challcngo to tight any tnsn, scsllng his weight, In the country for a purse. Butler ties sn Idea that he ran whip Billy McCarthy of Australia. Butler saya be will right him for a side wager at 130 pounds. Young OrllTo and John L Kulllvan are great chums. It la very seldom that tbe ex-champlnn takes tn a foreigner, owing to tils natural dislike for them. Nu. Ilesn thinks the world of the Australian, and saya he Is the greatest little man ha ever met. flriffn.lt Is said, will probably travel with htilllranou the road. JlmLarelle'a mljalon tn Detroit last week with his favored protege. Oeorge filddons, came tn naught. Mtddnna waa to have niet a local man there, but owing to the forest tires In the West Jim and aiddnna were delayed and the right was called ofl. Hlddnna Is atlll at Detroit, and he expects tu bring Ihe fight satis factorily about pretty aoon. Constant Reader. Waterbury.-l. John I- Rulllvau fought Jim Collius. better known as "Tug" Wilson, at Ihe Madison RquareOardcn on July 17. 1x12, hulllran undertook to knock out Wilson In four rounds, but failed. 2. No; he did not knock him dnven, but Wilson went down upon his kness repcstetlly to avoid pun ishment. It was tnslnly in rough these (aclics that he atayed the four rounds. Constant Reader. New York. 1. Jake Kllrsln and Jem Hmllh of England fought to a nnlsh under London rules on Per. 16. IDN7, at the Island of ht. Pierre, France, for $3,000 a side and the chain plonahlp of ihe world. The mill was stooped In the tooth round, through dsrkness, and a draw was agreed upnn, 2, John I.. Hulllvan and Charier Mitchell fought at Aprs nmnt. France, on March in, lata. The contest wss fnr a $3,000 purse. After thirty-nine vicious rounds the Oght was declared a drnw. "Australian nilly" Murphy haa another grievance. Ina letter to The Kus he as) a. "I see that Lavlgna and Marshall are tn tight for thr heavy-weight cham pionship. What absurdity! Where doss Marshall come In aa a champion I'd like to know-1 Let him re deem hla defeat by me before he blows his trumpet. I knocked htm out In one round at Costello's Ifsll, Melbourne, Australia. 1 think It's rather mean of the ties Hide A, C, as they promised me the first oentng. I'm sure Tom OTluurke Is afraid of lu. Ha and his man, Dixon, alwara steer clear nf me. There are only twngenulne feather-weight champlona In the world, namely, Ike Weir and myself." $5.CASH, $6.25 per Month for 12 Months, ron A CltliSCEXT, Tho Wheel of tho Year. $15. CASH, lO.SU PER MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS, FOB A RAMBLER, PHOENIX. VICTOR, LYNDHURST. ANY WHEEL VOII WANT ON PROPORTIONATR TERM8. ALL NEW 1N04 MODELS. FULLY Oil art? ANTEKn. LOWEST CAKIt FHH FA IMMEDfATB Equitable General Providing Co. ti; o. v. co.i, Colnmbii. Building, 29 Broadway. She iTurf. ".' Brooklyn Jookey Club RacB3. F.a.1.1. MUtrriNi), HM"T. 7 TO . BIX ItACEJH TU-DAY. COMMENCINU AT 'J IS P M. Trslus from foot EAST S4TII ST., K. V. (via L. 1. It. R.I. imao, I (Ml Parlor Car Train), l.lo. 1 io 1'. M. from root of WHITKIIALI. HT. (Culver Route), houVly from 7 IUA. M.. and half hourly from II 10 A.M. Iirnoklyii l ruin, from wth a r, and "Jut h at half hnur- av. aud Until st., hnurly from 7 10 to I lu.ll.4UA. L.I IU.FJ 40,1 03,1 IO,!40S..40P.M. ' NEWTOWN JOCKEY CLUB, MASPETH. I. I ItACIN-a KVrnV AFTFItNCION AT S4 i:v i:i.n 44 by 1:1.1:1 ritit i.iuiit st mis. URANDCIiNCFItTKAFTKHVOON AM) F.VKMVIl HY c c)ni'i:kvifm i4Tii ii:j-r iia.mi. All Ij.i Klter rerrlesand the llrouUiu firldm-con met with Trolley lines direct in Irsck; also .illh st and James Hllp Ferries to Long Island city Ihencr by Troltey 1., Irs. a. e N TII.I.WF.U.h'r.lar) ' FLEETWOOD PARK. TRorTINli 4TU M. TteDAYT Thri-st giMiit rsies at the NEW YORK HTATE UREEDFRS' MFF.TINQ. Take the oth av I, or Harlem It. 11. lo slelrce. All Anwricnn District Mos stwger Oiices in this city iMMllti Advertising tor Till: siy ut roguhw u Overt ising mtcs. Cull the Messenger, Xo Extra charge tor the service. WORLD'S RECORD BROKKX. ir. c. sA.xarn ntnr.x av t vi'itrn Hit.r. at Bvntsartvut is 'ins f.,;. Hlms .Makes at New Araerlenn Time roe at Mite In Class .., Jllas Flatnes llrlns: lie -f-W. K. Mitrphj-Trlra to llenl Ihe Oae-honr Heeord nrMetnUes'a, hut rails llr. Brass of ITeeelnnd lleata Hanger aad lilies In as llne.ntlle llnudleap lints, Sfltl.'eoriF.t.D, Hcpt. VI. Tim rrrnnls n bruVrti nt llm secoinl dat's rn(ln of the ,., hlryclo meet here. Ten sensational rarcsw,-, run. Iiuwever, nml Hie wrntlier was siiptth for i')(lliit. liter 16,000 persons wcti' picspnt. ,. iliiillnnHitiusaiitls uf xlsltors from till mtr n t fniintiy. I'acemakers In r.t cry contest lining t tlieruccs awrty ttmler limit, tin; xri'Ht onc-intis (iprlt raco uclut; utitt lit '.'it I LA. nnly a rttotiil titltsliletif the world's (ott!ietltlvr rcttml. WaltciC. SniiL'cr, Ihe lilif .Mllwtilllceeati. unit the one-tulle open anil nne-mlle utinacetl rstrst Itaymnnd .MncDonalil tlieonr-mlle hatullrap and twii-mlleoitii) class races, Dr.llrowiiofl'letelaiid tlieuue-inlle liamllcap, and llllss the '. Iticiau. Sanitcr took the uiie-inlla tinparnl rate n a-07 1-1. a nf lit of a secoinl hetter than lis world's I rronl held by T) ler, his running male, lit lliiMiiie.inllr liniiilliiip Dr. tltowti ifnlttstl fits lengths ttflei' IIKsshail ttiHili'tlie Jtlliip. alul, as he usually does, kept In front to the tape, m Ihe tine-milt' handicap, Clas.,wlili'li was won hy WelletKreell of Maiden, tlteio was a ureal record made, Wettcrgrecti came within two. fifths of a second nf licntlntt the world's record fur tmy c1ms. Hltnsof WssIiIiikIoii went from srralnlt in 'MO '.'.fl. the worltl's record lielng Jtltl 1-ft. ImvIviii, the Canadian, was burkd la the bunch. The West won four of the elx first prlres in Clsss It, haniici' Is the fatotlta lu the liclting for to-morrow's one-mile International racr.snd Jolinsnn Is nil H tu A shot, Tyler will nut he a competitor. Last evening: llie rarlnit men concerned In the MluneuKills Inislness met Chairman lla)tnond, ' and were Filed tit understand that the Itat mtr Hoard wntlld decide that tho rarltiK men were tn ' the rlk'lit, itnd would hereafter rcfitso sanctions I to the .Minneapolis Truck Association, 1 The races to-day started at '-':.'I0 o'r1o( k this afternoon, hikI wrrn nil 01 er, iiu'luillni; Mur pli)'srr((ird ride, at (I o'clock, Cliuirmuu llsy tnond was it f rree. With tlio exception of fa ha line's fall tlirmiRli strlkliiK Hie Pole, there u 1 rs no accidents. 11. C. Tyler, scratch, undTa)tur, ten yards, did not nice in the half mite liandl cap, Class II. fanner was at scratch. Until vent away like a shot from s nun, Sanger was slow III Kctllnu after lilm. The field was hunched st thequartcr. Ilultl started lo ro around on the outside, while Sanirrr went ttirnuitli tliHrnntre. Neither wns In time to catch you nit Kay Mat. Donald, who came nut grandly nt the turn and (tallied a good lend. Warren and Cooper fought like (lends, hut could lint close up on MacDon. aid, who finished well. Manner had no time lo un to his tlrrsslnir room liefore the one-mile niton rate wnscnlled, This I was a sensational contest. Arnold nnd lllthens I were iiluced up to pace. Lmnsdcii (lew past tli I pacemakers and uuIiilxI first iMislthm, .Marllnt,- u nlil. ItAhl. Satiffrr. Tnvlor. Tvler. Tails Tito.. H andJ,rl..liilinsoncnnilnitliext. Kancer was forced 3 hark, anil a nutnhernf men fnllluir out, he was 3 left several lcneths bark us the sprint startnl. fi Johnson tlew Into the stretch ahead nf Tyle-. Hnnuer came up on the outside ami waarjulrklv abreast nf Johnson, lie trained inch by inch and licat Johnson a IctiRtlt. Thn tlinn wna It: 1 1 l-.'i. All the men whnttiulllled in thu 2: 10 class. It. with tho exception of Unlet. Kt away prellllj . At the quarter llllss whs ahead of the bunrli, when Titus shot out and gullied a five length-' lend. llllss never faltered, lie sprinted Kami Iv and caught Titus 10(1 jurds fnitn home. Ha lieat the Illverslde wheelman a length. Coh -man lost tho third place to McDiifTee at tlm lane. Wettersrcen had the half-mile Class A ram well In hand, when Williams of Waltham started through tho bunch. Ills way was clear, untl Wrttericreen was beaten by a small fraction, llryerof Hartford canto down thn centre In a sensational sprint, and lust first place, by only six Inches. Only six men started In the nne-mlle Invitation nnparcd race. Hanger raptured tho honors and Ihe world's record Hi addition. Tho time was y:l)7 1-3. Sanger rode gamely all the wav, which liears out the report that hn had ridden In Utlltl lu practice. Tiler, Ihe former record holder, did :i:0li 4-A, ami Titus. '.':14 1-6. Char ley .Murphy was slow, his time being '-:lf) 1-6. Itaymnnd MsnDonald look his second vlctnrr of thu day In the two-mile A:U0 clans. Alain Olthens and Arnold pace.1. When fllthens tried a runawav Callahan gave chase and caught him at the half. Coleman and MncDonald shifted around the leaders, and when Cnletnau lumtied nt the quarter MacDonald was quickly after him. The two had a great buttle down tlm stretch, and the New York Iwy beat Coleman a length. Taylor was only six Inuhea lutrk. W. t Sims of Washington and llarley Davl. son, tho Canadian, started on scratch In tlm nne mlle handicap, class A. Iloth rode finely. When Davison was going up grandly on the bunch lm was caught in the centre. Wins went around the rear and Into the centre. llepAssod through. andtlnlshcUllkenwhlrlwlnd Innhnut fifth place. Ills time was U:10 U-6, a new record for class A. Wettergreen won the contest in gamnstyle from I'rttlgrew. both men graduates uf tho Waltham track, Tho handicap race nf the day was the one mile, class II. with Sanger, llllss, and Johnson on scratch. These three, men caught the field at tho three-quarter, and llllss shot Into ll.o lead, with Hanger at Ills side. Dr. Drown cam nut of tho bunch and soon gained a good Mix lengths' lead, llllss worked up to Hrown'arvsr wheel, but could get no further. Hanger, wlim had the pole, ran into third place, a few Inches ahead or Johnson, who was nntslfle on the third lap. Calianue, who waa following Wis. Hanger, and Tyler, struck his pedal on Iho pole and landed henvllv. He quickly mounted, and tho crowd cheered him. W, K. .Murphy's trial ride was the last event of the day. He succeeded In covering twenty five miles In fill :SII. The record for the hour ll SB miles 107 yards, made by L. 8. Melntjes. Murphy was not inside of tho record at any point In the ride. Hutcmarles: One Mile. Novice-First heat: Won by K. IT. (ml in, E. II. Ilalaee second, J, Kwlat third. Time. :4I 4 ,V tine-half Mile. Ilandkati. f'laas it-Won hy llay Mao Donald, tli yardsi A.W.Warren, S3 yards, Moondi Tom Cooper, 83 yards, third. Ttme, 1 :0I 3-3. line Mlfe.hVrafcb. Class 11; limit 14:113. and no run-over-Won by W. c. Ksugsri J, ft. Johnson aeeoud. L. U. Cabannetfilnl. Tltua.lfilll.fi. . One Mile, VslOclasa, A: ttmellmlt 1:50 -Wou by I, Fuller, Maiden 1 Charles Church, Philadelphia, seconli A. H.Davey. flreenflsld. third. Time, 'JV3. One Mile. 14. in class. Its limit 14:31), and nn run over - Won by J, . litis. Chicago; F. J THus second. F A. MrDuftle third, Weleon Colemsn fourlh. Time, One half Mile. 1 15 Class, A Won by C. W. Williams, Waltham: E. W. Hey re, Hartford, seconds J.O. Wst tergreen.Maldrn, thfnl. Time, 1 07 :i 3. Riverside Hmllh In attempttnjr to break the quar ter of a mile, unpaeed. record of U:xrt, did Oiita 1 A. One-mllu International luvltation race, unpacert, class U: W, p. Sanger. 0 .Id 1 1)7.1 A I .US A fftl IS If. Tyler n it'J 10:1 j n lirtn i.imn F.J. THUS nattf-a 1.044 A LHSI-A 11:14 I .1 A. II. Ooehler fl.HI Iillll-A 1 HN J1745 V. II. Murphy . n-vos-a 1:0.1 1.848-8 m3 C It, Coulter U.J.I 1:07 33 1:4J Vila Hanger broke Ihe world's record. Two Miles, n 00 Class. II: limit A 'JA Won hy Ray MacDonald, Weisnii Coleman secoud, George Taylor third, lime. 4 3o I A. " One Mile, Handicap. Class A -Won by J. r. Wetter green. Mslilen. iiiyartf, W. M, Felllgrew, Boston. eo yards, second. If. W. Caldwell, Jacksonville. 160 yards, third. Time. V.OO. ' One Mile. Handicap. Class 11 Won by A J Ilrnwn. U)urd.. J ! UU... scratch, second, W, C. bsngtr. scratch, third Time, V 111. ' "'' More Subserlptlena for lha Wheelmen. The wheelmen's efforts to procure a pathway fnmt I'rosissct 1'urk to Coney Island are bearing frutt. Mure the first J 1.000 has been collected kulAcriptlnns are coming In from all sections. The amount sulswrlbwl yesterday was f 1,88).. The commutes are still liusllini; for subscrip tions, and. In order to facilitate the work. Chairman rotter nf the Hih.rrptln Comiulttre lias issued the following tommunlcatlun tu the wheelmen: Tot. A. W Mtmbtnl .Vrie Fori aa.1 Biootlun My your uismbershlp In Ihe Usgue i. A merles 11 V. hesluuiu you srst.Udged tolU work for impruirl roads. The M-lienie for a uew rii Is luath 10 Cooey I.) aud supplies su Immediate and convenient field for practical effort. The new cycle path w 111 b. Bic and a is f miles long fourteen feet wide, will Ix handsome lyisld out, graded, and nnlahe.1 will, s smooth, hard surfai-e. Ilwlllbaihr riuesi cyrla path ever laid m.i for llies.ua uw of wberlmen. F.vesjr league memls In Brooklyn who makeaa IHp Ui Coney lal and at an I tlnia of the )ear should subscribe to ihls fund cin dolUr la the pomilar aubscrlotlon.but any sum will I r'TO'wlandi-wdtleil. J Aon must be raised. Abooi l.msisre already In thn fund o,aH (V"" lalie .(r..,J,,i Ihttrl.1 The prompt nuiipletlnii of Ihe new cycle path sboo.1 (f.if, """;,"' loc Prtdr. The work his eieli, puldu. jtientlon aud lit siuvrss will tx followed by a cllort u other directions for thsluiprovetnsni of s'p urbauioa.la and paths, Urdu buffed that wbe. 11 eu of New York illy are In any inaunrr lound 1 aid In ihe. roustrurilou of this Work, but tnsoi . r theiu and especially Hiomi who aomellnirs rid. 1 t-utiey Islam! will Uke plsaaure In doing so. slid Ir. Urserhleiscualrlbutloiu ..ill be gUdly irs.rdte.1 t ltnsikl. n riders ahoull fel lu duty bound to s. writ, A prompt payuieiit ou the pari of each eiruasuisllsum Will hasi-11 (hs ostu lo, onii.lrlli, 1...itlhu,',l il, 1, irar f.jefraih.1 Urlolly The ni. elTeiilie work for Ihe new neijT.,,,.1 , bed'iu.iy Kr oflkira and c.:ni"iitr- of voiir In' i i,rai V biuis'r ""J ".l,l fl' ' 'suka will I a . i.lis-1 tn alt who w ill voluuUer to aid lo ruUrglna t . Lii.LSi.'.'fci bi' .rsady ua4i?tiltTs itorsUs, raosveyaoioag tkelr uiembers and frleads. and all wid I baopportu4iltytd4. AddrsJlwtu'