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W 4 THE SUN, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1897. . I if BEATEN BY TITE CHAMPIONS ff' !yjsrrr routes fait, to nir riTonsn intra or run BAZTixonza, And Vaunt; Ikjneny ! PIMM la Ob Inning Droohlyna ! at HeT7 Hlttlnr Slalrh nt rallaaelpbla Washlncton Wins rrm Dntn-PllUbnrs Beat Cincinnati. Inabllltr (o hit the left-handed pitching of Nops of tbo Bsltlmoros and a little unsteadiness on the part of Dohenjr were the principal reo sons why the Now York were beaten by tho champions yesterday. The Brooldyns, with Payne nnd Daub, lost a hard-hlttlne game nt Philadelphia by one run. The Bostons couldn't And Mercer at Washington and dropped tbelr sixth fc-axno out of seven played. It trailed to the PltUbunr to administer tho first defeat of the season to the Cincinnati, who were one run behind nt tho finish. Tho Loulsvllles contlnned tholr surprisingly good work by getting away with tho Clilcagos In a closo contest. St. Louis nnd Clcroland plajod n tlo gome, and Tebeau has rot, to capture his first ball. Cincinnati, Philadelphia, and Baltimore are tied for first placo this morning, with the Louisville qloso behind. Tho results: llaltlmore. Pi New York, 3. Philadelphia, 12 Brooklyn, 11. Washington. 0 boston, S. l'ltutiurit, 8 Cincinnati, 7. Loutsrllle, B Chicago, 4. St. Loult, 0 Cleveland, 6. THE RtCOIlO. ltr i rtr riubi. trim oif, cent. Cluds. fTon.iolt.ctnt. Dsltlmont. . H I ,SB7 SI. Lonls a 0 .400 Clnrlnnatl H t ,ti!i7 .New Ynrlt....ll .U'18 l'lillxtt'lilila..il 1 .HA7 Washington.. 11 .BBS Knulavllla. 1 1 .HOUiChliago 3 0 .8 1-HUtmtY, B a ,0U0 Uostou 1 r .143 Brooklyn, .3 4 .42V Cleveland... .0 0 .000 IIAI.TIMOIIK, (1; NKW YOItlC, 3. IlAi.TiMdUK, April 20. The champions took tho New Yurks Into camp to-day In an interest ing and wcll-pluyod contest. Tho NewYorks ,. lost tbo gniuo In tho fourth Inning, when they ','K; went to pieces. Wilson nnd Van Haltrcn mndo jfif costly errors und Dohcny lost control of tbo E ball, (living two bases on balls, hitting a bats jHk man, and these, together with n double nnd a flT triple, let the llultlinorcs tako a lead which tho visitors could not o orcomc. jfe Uoth Dohcuy nnd Nops pitched good ball, but 'Jk,' t he former as lid, trlvlng so en bases on balls 3iL nnd hitting tw omen, nnd his freo passes proved m costly. Nopn on tho other hand was as steady JRi? ns n enrt lionto. especially at critical times. Ho HK kept tho nine lilts ell scattored nnd received tnt HVi-mlli nt miritinrt. HK ' The lsitorsbCorcd their first run In the Bccond KL' Inning. Ulcnson singled to centre nnd Stenzcl fttr let tbo ball roll to tbo fence, the Kid going to IjjS third nnd Hcurlng on WUhuii'i hIiirIi-to left. In HE tho eighth suitesslvo singles by Tlcrnnn, Joyce, E$F nnd Iliikluy netted them nnothcrrun. In thu K ninth Dohcny singled to left nnd lmmcrilntcjy K pilfered second, went to thiol on Van llaltren's HE. Intlold single, nnd scored on Tinman's force hit. . Olcnson ami Wilson wcro the only ones to lind $ Nops for more than one hit. tbo Kid's slnglo E7 coming tlinol). Davis hurt his linger and Get- BL tig relieved Him In tha eighth inning. Tho K: score: R' BiLTIXORI. t HITIOnt. Kg" n.lii. r.o.i.it.1 iuln.ro. i. r. P Oulnn.Sb....l 10 4 0 Vanrtalt'n.cfo I li o 1 Ik Keeler. rf.. .12 2 0 0 Tlrruin. rf..l 12 0 0 W, Jennings, s..0 0 2 2 0 Joyce, Sb....o 10 4 0 Si, Krller.it... 0 12 0 UiDav Is, a.. ..0 0 2 0 0 Sf Doyle, lb... .0 0 0 0 o'oieoson, lib.l 2 18 0 mR Fltemel, cf...l 110 rneckley.lb..O 1 12 1 0 9S Kelts, 2b.... I 0 2 3 0 Stafford. lf.,0 0 10 0 KK. Ilobluson, C..1 0 3 0 0 Wilson, e 0 2 3 0 2 j" Wops, p 1 10 3 0 Dohcny.p. ..11130 Hf" lOettlg, U....0 0 0 0 0 fig Totals.... 0 0 27 12 1 K'.v I Totals.. ..3 9 24 14 8 . Baltimore 1 0 0 4 0 10 0 . 0 Sp New York 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 13 ffit Earnpu ruoi Baltimore. 8: Nw York. 1. Two- ng Ijma hits Ureler, btenxel. Three-base hits Ktfler, - Kops. Sacrifice hit Jennlnirs. Stolen bases stenzcl ((), Kelts. Kelley (2). Doheny. Lert on bas.- Haiti more, 7: Sew York. M. First batoon balls Off Nops, 2 off DoheDT. 7. lilt by plti-hed ball Uy Norn. 1 : by Doheuy, i. struck out Uy Nor. 2i by Doheny, 2. I'asse i ball Wilson. Time 2 hours and 23 minutes. Attendance 3.01H. Umpire Lynch. rillLADELI'ltlA, 12; BltOOKLYN, 11. PiiiLAUELt'lliA, April 20 TheDrooklyns mads tbelr first appearance In this city to-day, and werodefcatea in a closely plaed game, which was also characterized by heavy hitting. Both clubs used two pitchers. I'ajne started in to pitch for tho Iirooklyns, but was taken out In to thu third Inning ana roplaced by linub. The K change in pitchers did not check the home team's $K batting streak, us they hit Daub harder than his VJ?-; prodccesBor. Johnson, tbo Philadelphia's new !;:'. iiltchcr, as substituted forCarsey in the third SK Inning. Iloylo cleared tho bases in the sixth Mi Inning by a homo run drlvo to far centre. The aR' acore: Mr- riiiLADELrnu. I bhoostltt. ,4& n.ln.i-o.A.K.1 luisr.o. A.E. Bp, Cooley,cf....a aao olGrimn. ct....o l a l o IUllraan.2b.:i 2 17 1 (Jones, rf a U .1 1 0 SHE Criwa. rf.. ..1 1 1 0 0 Anderson, lf.a 2 10 0 m-' Ueler, rf 1 loo o'shlndle. 3b. .2 2080 M; Delehauty.If.2 2 5 10 Lacbance.tbl 1 14 1 0 w Cloiueni, 0.12310 ConoTan, 2b.2 2 0 a 1 iSffi lloyle. lb. ...1 2 11 0 1 'Smith. M....0 0 3 5 0 SL niilen. M....0 0 4 7 0 Ortin, c 1 4 2 11 rw. Nash.ab 1 1 0 I 0 Payne. p 1 1110 S& carvey. p n o o o u Daub.p o Olio ,jg Johnson, p..O 10 0 Oillannan, C....0 0 0 0 0 ST Totals.... 12 14 27 17 2 TotaU....irio"a7r"2 f.- Philadelphia 1 0 2 8 0 0 0 1 012 J&r Brooklyn 2 1 2 2 U 1 0 0 3-11 - Earned runs Philadelphia, 7 Brooklyn, 7. Two- 2u. base hits Uoyle. Jones. Lachanco, Urtni. Three-b&sn ifB" hits Cuoley, Jones. Cooorsn. Home run Uoylo. '&k Double plaj Delehanty and Clements. Stolen base if Delehanty. Htnick nut Hy Johnsrn. 2: by Payne, Is !- by Daub. t. Left on basea I hllsdelphla, 8; brook- Bfc lyn. U. First ban on balls Off Carsey. 2; off John- gt' son, 1; offP.rne. 3: off Dau . S. Hit by pitched ball M rieler, Clements. Lscbauen. Wild pitch Jofluson. Hi Bscrlflce hits Itallmsn. Olllen. Time Two hours m,- and 13 minutes. Umpire Kinslle. j WASIIINUTOV, fi BOSTOX, 3. && WisnoTOi. April 20. Washington won easllj J&h from Boston ti-dRy owljg to ti e errors of the Utter iSt team .41111 the nne pitching of Mercer. The featurta of Wf thu game were the batting and the base running of JF Mercer and De Montrvvlllc. The former went to the J.V- bat four times and made four hits; the latter was at TM bat five times and mad rive hits. Both Mercer and m, De Montrerllle succeeded In kidnapping three bases. ja.- The score: JK , WASKHOTOf. ' BOSTON. i u. ln.r.o. a. i. n.lB.r.o.A.g. St. Abbey, rf.... I 0 (I 0 0 Hamilton. cf.l 1 0 11 0 lJ DeMont'e,iu.o B 1 !l l'Tenny, II 0 2 7 0 1 8ft Belbach, lf...0 0 4 II 0Lon,a. 1 0 7 11 JL Fairell.c ..0 10 0 ODuffi.lf 0 12 10 ' O'Brien. 2b., 1 O 4 0 OHtsUl, rf 1 2 8 0 0 ? Cartwr't. lb.O 0 7 10 Lowe. 2b....O 18 3 3 -i& Brown.cf.,.,1 0 7 (I 0 Collins. 3b.. 0 0 2 3 1 I Itellly. 31....l 1 3 H o Clsniel. 0....O 0 2 8 0 Mercer, p.... 1 4 10 0 Lewis, 0 U 1 1 0 ,KIuu'dans..0 10 0 0 Total 9 1127 12 1 I Totals 3 8 27 l'J 0 Batted for Lewis In the ninth Inning. Washington 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 Boston 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 u 03 Earned run Boston. Left on bases Washington, l rioston, H. Two-base lilt Hamilton. Time-base bit Ktahl. First haHe on errors Washington. Bos ton, 1. Ktolsn bases Ablwy. Demontrevlllo (3i, Mer oer l.'l). Iing, Duffy, First bsse on balls Off Mercer, 3 off Lewis, 2. lilt by pitched ball By Mener, 1. Struck out By Lewis. 2. Wild pitch Mercer. Umpire Hurst. Time 2 hours and o minutes. IITTSBl'KO, Hi CIXCIIIATI, 7. CixcnrXATi. April 2D. Local tradition has It that al most from the Iwlnnlng the l'tttsburgs hara I een Jonahs to thn Clnclunatls. Whati-Tnr the reason, the local tenm lost its first game of the season to day, llrodle had a 823 foul lln dlscuMlon with the umpire, Of The score! w" cixcissati, I rrrrsBcno. ff," It. lB.r.O.A.E.1 K.lU.r.O.A.t. YS, Burke, ir. ... 1 13 0 oRmlth.lf 2 1200 W Hoy. cf .,,2 1 4 11 0 Ely, ss 2 1 8 U 1 Wft Mol'hee. 2b,.U 0 1 8 0 Donovan, rf.l 110 1 if Miller, rf,,,.l 2 0 0 0 Davis. lb..0 0 13 0 0 i j'elti, 0 0 0 2 10 Urodle,cf....l 110 0 Vaughn. lb,.l 2 12 1 1 Lyons, 8b... . I 2 8 2 0 lrwlu, aii..,,0 0 2 2 1 l'addon, 2b..O 3 18 0 IHItchcy, ss,.l 0 1 8 u Kugden, c.,.0 0 1 0 0 Dwyer, p.,.,1 1 0 1 0 Kitten, p 1 2 0 0 0 Ehret 0 00 0 0 Uolllday ....0 10 0 0' Totals 8112710 2 Totals .. 7 "8 27rs"2 Cluclunall 2 1110 110 07 Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 3 14 0 08 Earned runs Cincinnati, 2i Pittsburg, 8. Two base bits Vaughn, Lyons, Burke, Klllen. Three-base tills lliodle, Vaughn. Home run Ely. Stolen bases Uurke (2), inner. SacrJIloe nits ilcl'hee, Dwjrr. Double play Mcl'hee, ttltchle, Vaughn. Struck out By Dwyer, 2. First baso on balls Off Dwyer, fit oft Klllen. 3. Time 2 hours and 18 minutes. Umpire sherldou. , louuritxic, bi cniCAoo, 4. LoetsviLLK, April 29 Loalsrllle won an uphill game from the Colls to-day by hitting Brlgga at thn 17 , right lime. Hemming put the ball over the plate, but 'Yh could not be hit hard. Rain stopped tho game twice ' and half or It v. as played lu a urlitlo. 1 his cut the ijf attendance to 1,000. The score: lift. LOCUT1LLK. , CUICAOO. ;;,- K.1R. r.o. a. e. i n.lB.r.o.A.'. Sj Clarke, If.,.. 1 2 10 l'Ererett, 3U..1 1 1 0 0 ' McCreery. rf.O 2 2 1 1 Dahlen, ss.,,1 10 0 1 'Ja.' Plckertng.t.f.O 0 10 0 Lange, cf ...0 14 0 0 (k? Werden, lb.,0 1 11 2 0 Thornton, lf.0 0 0 0 0 ' Rogers. 2b., .0 0 0 8 0 Ilyan. rf 1 0 10 0 Dexter, e,,0 0 8 0 11 Decker, lb.,1 16 2 0 i.-Vt lloliuos, ss.. 0 0 4 4 Oll-ferler, 2b.,0 U 1 0 1 WT CMIngm'U,3b,2 13 0 0 llrlgjs, p. 0 0 0 4 0 T Ileminlng, p.2 1 2 4 0 Klttrldge, c.O 1 8 0 0 ff Totals A 27 14 "2I TotaU. ., 4 "s 87 i " S Louisville,,,, 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 OB it- Chicago 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 04 MJ, Esrned runs IuUvllle, 2 Chicago, 3. First on W errors Louisville, 2i Chicago, 1, 1jh on hatca 'X5 Ixjul.vllle, Hi Chicago, I, Two-bas hits Dshleu, "&, flsinuilng. Three-baau bit McCreery, Home run X, Decker, nacrlflce hit Dahlen. Double plays Holmes St' anitClluginaiii Holmes and Werden, btolen bases v Plckerlug, Clarke. Struck out By llrlggi. It by Hem- -, mlng, 1, First base on balls Off Brlgga, 8 off Hem- 'J' lalng, 8 Time 2 hours. Umpire McDerruutt. J, a ST. LOCU. 0 Cl.aVSLASD, 8. i sr. Loots, April . Socksleils, the Indian, made a .,. phsoofljSjiisl catch In the ninth inning, with two sua I ' Tr tm basea and two out and tha score tie, thereby sav ing the Bpldera from defeat, as the game was called on account of darkness. Tha score: ST. lAUis. currtxAxo. n. is. r.o. a. k. a,iB.r.o.A.. Douglas. If.. .0 1 0 0 0 narketl.lf...l 110 0 Dowd.cf 1 19 0 0 MoKean. ss.,8 U 8 8 0 Turner, rf , 1 1 1 0 S'kalexls, rf.O 18 0 0 Connor, lb.. 1 10 3 1 Chllds, 2b... .1 1 a a 1 Hartman.fb.2 2 a 0 0 McAleer.lt.. 0 II 4 0 O Ulerbauer.VbO 18 4 1 Tebean, lb..,l 1 0 a I CroM,M.,...o 0 18 1 Wallaoe,8b..o a a 1 0 M'Farlana, c.l 8 4 0 0 Zlmmer, 0...0 8 0 0 0 Esper, P-....0 a 8 a 0 Young, p,...0 1 s 1 1 Totals.... .0 i i7 13 "5 Totals. ...."fi li S7 l7 "5 fit. Lonla 0 2 0 0 10 0 1 20 Cleveland 8 0 0 0 3 10 0 00 Earned runs St. LonU, 8t Cleveland, 8. Two-base hit McAleer. Three-base hit Tebeau. Home runs Connor, McKean. Stolen basea Dowd, Turner. Bsuer, Cross, Burkett, McKean, McAleer (2). First base on balls Off Esper. It off Toting, 4. Hit by pitcher Burkett. Struck out By Ker. 1, Tims 3 hours and 80 minutes. Umpire McDonald, Atlantic ague. at BonroLtc. n. n. x. Norfolk.. a a 0 1 1020 210 iu 1 Lancaster. 3 ooiobuuo 4 10 a Batteries Bechrtst and Kir: West and Both. AT rATKOSOI. n. 11. r. raterson 0 0000 0 on 0-0 10 Athletics 10100000. 2 02 Batteries Sprogel and Bmlnki Onr lu and F. Scaub. AT IIAnTrOkD, 11. n. E. Itartford 3 8 0 12 8 0 1. -Ill 2t 2 Newark 3 0 10 0 2 2 0 4-12 18 1 BatUrtes Vlokery, Bowen, and lloacbi McMackln and Hodge. Iuchxosd, April SO. Heading raised a row ever a decision In favor of Richmond's nrst man at bat In to-ilay's game, and Umpire McNamsra awardidthe Same to lllchmond, II to 0. A large part of the crowd emanded their money and did not stny tuseean eahl Itlon game whlih followed. It resulted 7 to 7. The Atlantic League teams have Injured the prestige of the game here by persistent kkkiug. Eastern league. AT aCRAITOV. n. n c Hcrsnton 0 2 12 0 2 11 312 11 2 Syracuse t) u 0 2 o 0 11 0 0 87 Batteries Harper and Boydi Malarkry and Shaw. AT HILKESBAnnC a. n. a. Wllkesbrre....0 0 0 2 0 10 3 S 7 12 2 Boobcster 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 8 4 Batteries Roach anil OonJlng: Ycrrlck and Pater son. AT rBOTIDKICl!. a. n. c Providence 4 0 0 2 8 110 010 12 o Toronto ,...1 00201 10 0 8 11 2 Batteries Hotson and Dlxout buttley and Casey. at sl'lciMinil.D. K. It. E. Springfield 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 01 7 8 Buffalo 0 14 0 2 0 1 0.. 1 12 U Batteries Wood, Mains and Duncan) Oray and II. Smith. Umpire hwnrtwood. Otber Uansea. at xgwronT. n. n. x, Holy Cross 3 0800000 1 7 10 1 Newport .. 2 10001020 0 13 O Batteries Leuulban and Kelley; Uallagber and Erlsliam. at roauiiAM. n. n. b. Fordham Bes've.2 1 9 13 0 0 13 0 0 3D SH 0 Fort huyler... 0 4 9 18 0 10 0 11 18 18 Batterlea O'Oorman and C. Downest Mekln, Davis, and Bowers. AT CAMBIUDOE. B. n. x. Harvard 8 030200007 0 8 Dartmouth 0 2 1001110 fl 00 Batteries Paine and Scannell; Tabor and Drew. AT TACYTOX. R. n. x. Taunton 0 000109104 Ha Cuban X Olants 0 0000000 23 72 Batterlea Mulllns and Stanhopei Nelson and Wil liams. Baseball Uansea ToDcir. BAT10KAI, XXAODE ABC AKERICA5 ASSOCIATfOB. Baltlmora vs. New York, at Baltimore. Philadelphia vs. Brooklyn, at fnlladelshta, Washington vs. Boston, at Wasntngton. Cincinnati vs. Pittsburg, at ClnclnnatL EASTEB.1 LEAOCE. Rcranton vs. Syracuse, at Scranton. Wllxesbarre s. Rochester, at Wiikeibarra. Spnngrlsia vs. Buffalo, at Springfield. Providence vs. Torunto, at Providence. ATLA.TT1C LEAOCE. nartford vs. Newark, at Hartford. Pa arson vs. Athletics, at Paterson. Norfolk vs. Lancaster, at Norfolk. Rlcbreond vs. Reading, at Rlcnmond. OTUEB OAKES. Weslsran vs. Dartmouth, at Hlddletewn. Pblllips Aeademr va. Yale, at Andover. Bates vs. New Hampshire College, at Lewlsten. Steven "Prep" vs. Ds La Sallo Institute, at Hsv boken. Baseball Xotea. Masonic Charley Bennett Is living In Detroit. J, II. M. A book on pitching by Tint Keefo contains the Information. F. A. Feeny. ne should have been declared out IX the umpire saw what ha did. K. W. It Is purely a matter of Judgment. Scorers generally call It a force hit." Lerkeler defeated Betts at Stamford jsstsruar In a ten.tnulng game by 11 to in. " A Crank. 1. Age cuts no figure. 2. Yes. 8. Sey mour. 4. He was 20 years old, we believe. Sportsman Tho games begin about 3:30 o'clock In all League cities, except Washington, Brooklyn, and this city, where play Is called at 4 P. M. The Buffalo Club of tbt Eastern League will play Kid Sarsey's team ntxt Sunday at Weehawaen. Dtetrick of Toronto, and Kennedr. a strong nelder, will play In the outfield for Carsey's team. uThe crAok Camden athletic Club baseball tsxm 4s Camden, N. J. will mike Its nrst aniiearance at orange Oval. East Orange. N. J., o morro,v after. noon, when thev will play against the Orange Ath letic Club. New Hate. April 89. Yale's baseball leaders be lles e that the team Is doomed to defeat when Bronn plays here on Saturday, Capt. Keater hss summoned fTadualecoacliers to his aid, and to-day ex-Capt. Fred tustln of the'U3 team und "Moti" Ileal, 'ul, took charge of the men. It was the hardest practice of tbo year. The coachers must develop a new man In plaoe nf Joe Wear, who was dlsiialltled by the faculty on Tuesday for low scholarship Wear bd tho nlno lu batting on the recent trip au. u h playing right Held to jierfectlon. Several fresbm n wer experimented with to-day In the outfield. Oreenway Is practically sure to pitch on Saturday, and Joo listen Is to be tried In lert field. In spltu of all requests from under graduates and alumni Fred Murphy has thus far de clined to come out and OAtcb. Yoxxebs, April 2D. An exciting game of baseball was played on the grounds of saint Jo.eph's new Catholic Provincial Seminary, Dunnoodle. tnU after noon between a nine compose! of priests of the arch diocese of New York and the seminary team coin posed of etudeiite. On the ilergymen s team were found some of the old star pla era of Foniham Col lege, (leorgetown University. Holy Cross, and Manhattan College teams. The game resulted lu u victory for tha seminary nine after an exciting struggle by oue run. The priests outplayed their young opponents and had tho game well In hand until the ninth Inning, when the other students lined the ba-e line and urged their team on. This rattled the pitcher of the oppos ing team, and seven runs wero SL-nred by the sem inarians. The batteries for the priests were the Revs, Collins of New York, Maher of sing Mng, and Keano of fit. James's Church, New York, pitchers, and the Rev. Thomas Murphy of ht. Patrick's Cathedral, New York city, catcher. Tho total scoro was: Priests, 20; students, 21. OAJtTEItET OVX CLUB MKETJXO. Xew OOicers una .Vutnber or Honorary Men, bera Klected. A meeting of the Carteret Gun Club n as hold at Delruonlto's yesterday afternoon for tho pur pose of changing tho constitution of the cluband creating tho ollko of Vice-President, and mak ing an honorary member list limited to livo per sons. Judgo Henry Olldcrslcovo was elected VIco-Prcsldcnt, nnd the honorary mombcrs elected wore (ieorgo Floyd-Jones, It. 11. Hunt, W. F. Potter, und O. L. Ifubboll. Tho management nf tho alfulrs of tho club as put Into tho hands of to committees, a Hlioot Ing Committee composed of (J. H. McAlbin, J, U. Kniipp, und II. 11. tlllbcrt. and a House Com inltteo consisting of C. II. Chapln, C. 11. Mackay, .nd W. A. II. Stafford. Mr. Watrous of the lliilldlng Committee re ported that the grounds bad been fenced In, foundations for tho bouse roady, traps were fin ished, and tbo carpenters had sturted framing thn house. The Treasurer reported that the financial con dition of tho club V) as in a satisfactory condition. Fivo new members wcro elected, and $1,000 worth of cups were git on to bo shot for next season. DI1011 and aulllvn Matfcbed, "Spike" Sullivan, the hardhitting Irishman, has been matched to fight Oeorge Dixon at a date not later than the last Monday In June, Dixon and Sulli van met In a resort on Sixth avenue early yesterdsy morning and signed articles. Dixon, to the surprise of all, did bis own matchmaking, To show that the men mean business, they each placed 1100 In the bauds or Frank Moran, who has been elected tempo rary stakeholder. They are to weigh In at 133 pounds at the ring side, and thu contest is to tie for twenty five rounls toaUeUslou. It Is also stipulated that the winner shall rivehe alt the purse. Harry West was a witness for Dixon and Dave Sullivan for bis brother. Both boxers have agreed to meet on May 20 to receive offers for the bout. It was decided to ask Al smith to act as final stakeholder and jimmy Cop vlllo of Boston as referee. The Impression prevails that the match will not hold good, as Dixon's manager may not allow him to go out of hit class and Ogbt Sullivan, who Is con sidered to tie a dangerous man at any weight Dlion says be Is also ready to meet Dave Sullivan, who knocked out Patsy Haley at 118 pounds, weigh In at 8 o'clock. Dixon told Tux bvx reporter that he oan reduoe aa low aa this and lie strong, Hulltvan has ac cepted Dixon's derl, but wants a rest of a few months before be will fight. Six swift sluggers, Greenwood's 0 great flgbta, 20th St., usar Sd av Brooklyn, to-morrow night, 81IO. Ad mission 80c Adv. jinjw'siWWnaiMy Hie show Dy aetaal count fifteen w nmtnl ana odd ityR or facile for fiCHfUMCM's wear. never In a season or recent years Das a wist choice or tailor' lug stock comma ror so tenet). See ir m haven't Inst the styles yon want ana at (ess than yon expect to pay. exqwmte cutaway SNitinos, $25 to $40. DoiiDIt Breasted Trocft Coat and Waistcoat. $2$ to $35. CroHscrinos, $6.50 to $10. $aeK$Mitings,$20to$35. BurubaiiuPbillips eustoti taliorlHfl only, Cewplt Court Jlnntx, no Hassan St. TUE KKlCKEItilOCKXlfa cntcus. Clever Cherry Dlamend" Atbjetea Eatertala Large Atsdlenoea, Thoflno gymnasium of tho Knickerbocker A, C. was twice filled to overflowing yesterday, a circumstance almost without precedent In Its history. Tho attractions were a matlnot) and a night performance of the " Amateur Circus," a novel entertainment which developed Into an effoctl 0 sequel to Barnum's, on a smaller scale, of course. Tho "gym" was artistically trans formed to represent tho Interior of the typical circus tent. Exaggerated poster portraying every variety of Impossible freak ard feat flared from the walls and partitions, while the root was draped with multi-colored bunting. Among thoothor picturesque features outside the ring were clowns rigged out to represent such popular stago types as "The Dude," "The Tramp." "Tho Irishman," "Tho Farmer," "Tho Scotchman." "Tho Chinaman." "Tho Dutch man." and "The Policeman." Borne of them peddled peanuts among tho audience, while oth ers handed around pink lemonade and such faa clnatlnir beverasres between tha acts. The di verting repast was supplied free by the man agement. The grand entreo nnd equestrian quadrille, which opened tho show, was followed by A. I), do Young In some clever work on tho flying rings. Tho brother act by five club gymnast whs well received, and soma raro fun wus pro vided by tho trick bronco mule. Keonn and tho Kinney brothers In the "ladders of life" showed exceptional merit, and tbo quartet at tho horizontal bar made a pronounced hit. Prof. 13. A. Salmon and his pupil, 8. K. Thomas, dldBomosenaatlona tricks on the double trapeze, and J.J. Fran ley won f rush laurels ns the strong man "Sandscow." There were many other In teresting features, such as batteau leaping, a dog circus, human anaconda twists, and a spe cialty of It. Mollneux's simply described on the programme aa "Zampiloarostatlons." Tho programme, Included fifteen acts, and most of them would havo done credit to professional artists. The Imperial Austrian Military Or chestra furnished appropriate music during tho performance, and afterward for an enjoyable wind-up danco In the Club Theatre. Taken al together the affair was a pronounced success, and Is likely to become an established fixture In clubdom. BOWL1XQ. IT. Cerdea and Forge Again Tied la The San Individual Tournament. Two more series were won by William Oerdes last night at tha Gcrmanla Assembly Booms alleys, and the champion and Otto Foege are again tied for first place In Tax 8ux tournament. The scores: first semes rnuT OAMB. Brill 0 art 45 0 74 103 122 142 100 18S W. denies V 2W 4U 07 NO 103 122 MO ISO 177 Strike-Brill. 4; W. Denies, 1. Spares Brill, 4; W. Oerdes. 8. SEOOXO OAXE. Brill IR 37 SS 73 81 113 1SZ 101 17 IDS W. Oerdes 20 8U fiV 7U 7 117 1117 IBS 1B3 183 Strike Brill, ; W. Oerdes, 8. Spares Brill. 8 W. Oerdes, 0. TIimD OAME. Brill 10 ZR 37 04 83 DO 107 110 1SS 138 W. Oerdes 17 40 33 73 93 184 141 1S3 181 100 Mrlkes BrllL 4; W. Oerdes, S, Spares Drill. 3; W, Oerdes, a. rocnni oakx. Brill 10 28 47 SO 83 103 111 130 130 148 W. Oerdes 10 -'8 48 63 74 bt 113 133 1A1 130 Strikes Brill, 3; W. Oerdes, 4. Spares Brill, 4; W. Oerdes, S. rirrn game. Brill tfl 38 34 73 l3 113 181 160 170 100 W. Oerdes 17 3S 40 SB 83 113 144 114 1H3 303 Htrlkes-Drill. 3 1 W. Oerdes, 4. Spares Brill. Bt W. Oerdes. 6. Average per game Brill, 173 43; W. Oer iles. 183 3-3. Cmpu-e II. Blockmann. Scorer P. J. Klllan. secohd sxams rmsT oaxe. Schults 30 .10 07 SS 83 01 100 118 137 140 Brill 10 86 44 64 83 103 131 131 170 1U0 Strikes Schults, 1; Brill, 3. Spares Schults, fit Brill, 0. SECOfO OASTE. Schults 30 .ID 30 114 84 103 131 141 168 188 Brill 17 2U 33 73 U3 113 133 101 181 301 Strlkrs-ticbultr, 4; Brill 4. Spares Schults, 0 Brill, 3. Titian same, Schults 30 83 S3 73 81 111 140 ISO 180 207 Brill 0 40 60 78 86 t)4 111 130 140 ISO Strikes SchulU, Si Brill, 3. Spares Schults, 3; Brill, 4. rocnTii OAME. Schults 30 60 80 100 133 148 137 163 184 804 Brill 30 40 63 78 V7 116 180 100 173 lvl Strikes Schults, S; Brill, 8. Spares Schults, 3; Brill, 8. niTH OAME. Schults fl 17 SB 63 78 93 113 130 180 1B9 Brill 17 23 43 32 71 8U 107 123 143 173 Strikes Schults, 8; Brill, 1. Spares Schults. Ss Brill, 7. Average per game he Lulu, 182 4-3 Brill, 183 1-3, Umpire H. Dlccktnann. Soorer C. 3. Klrcher. Tmnn series nasr oake. W.Orrdes....20 40 70 98 118 187 133 173 IBB SIB Bchultl 27 43 S3 72 81 9tf 118 137 ISO 174 Strikes W. Oerdes, 0 Ecbultz, a. Spares W. Oerdes, 3 Schults, 0. SECOVD OAJ1E, W. Oerdes ...18 07 36 76 103 120 144 104 184 303 Scnulll 18 20 44 (12 71 90 110 120 188 133 Strikes W. Oerdes, 0 Schults, 2. Spares W, Oerdes, 7; SchulU, S, THIEO OAME, W. Oerdes 20 88 08 78 07 117 137 1B4 173 102 Schults 20 37 46 33 73 VS 113 128 130 140 Strikes W. Oerdes, 3-, Schults, 3. Snares W. Oerdes, 7t Schults, 4. Average per game W.uerdes, xinijSi'bultt. lOSi-j. Umpire John Schilling. Scorer -O. J. Klrthsr. Tho Cable bowlers did not have to roll their usual high scores to win two games In tha Harlem League enes at Thum A Kablsdurf's Harlem alleys last night. The scores: nasr OAME. Blverdale E. Khllng. 200 llertens, 100U. Ebllnx, 1671 Heeu, 137t Cramer, 147, Tutsi, 810. West Hark m Wuish, 14U btearn, 188 Alosea, 17U Moler, 1MB; Vcnlno, 177, Total, 881. 6EC0XD OAME. Rlverdale-R. Ebllng, lHli llertens, 164 n.Kbllng, 1701 Heeu. 140; Cramer, 108. Total, 28. Cable Linden, 172t springer, 170; Orlrom, 8061 Boeoui, 108; Holden, 171. Total, 877. THIRD OAME. West Harlem Walsh. 186;Stearn. SUiMoaea, 164 atalrr. 140; Venlno, 123. Total, 83d. Cable Lludeu. 313i Springer, 102 Grimm, 146; Boehtn, 123; Holden, 218. Total, 804, The Interest In last night's games of the Brooklyn Itojsl Arcauum tournament ceutred In the work of Bert Miller, the Bedford Council anchor, timer played lu his usual clever fashion, and completed his series of twenty-four games with an average of 188, the best record of the tournament. The scores! rlRST OAME. Itldgewood Tooker, 163; Kneeland, 14S Luther, 134; Lister, I83t orover. 129. Total, 71V. Naa-au Transom, 117; Peterson, 111; Unowles, 17B 1'ardessus, 138; Kerr, 104. Total; 008. snn OAME, Nassau Transom, 129i Paterson, 93; Knowles, 108; lMrdrs.ut, 1113; Korr, 100. Total. 034. Bedford Morris, 1801 van Drusen, 118 R.Louna bery, 172 Oliver, 170) Miller, 188. Total, 773. TllIKU SAME. Bedford Morris, 1271 Van Ueusen. 1 64 ; ft. Loans bery. 160; Oliver, 140; Miller, 181. Total. 777, Itldgewood Tooker, 123; Kneeland, 1081 Luthsr, 121 LUter, 144; Orover, 178. Total, 718. atwllag (lame Ta-Klght. The Bra Individual Chimplonshlp Tournament Klbbel, Schilling, anu roegs. -Harlem Leaf us Prospect, Washington, and Chsro- e. Brootlin Roval Arcanum League Wajhlngton Irvlug Council va, rrira!iy Council. Washington Irving Council vs. Alert council, BusnwloE Council vs. Oxford CounolL Tnenty-slEtn Wrd Tournament Ecllpss vs. Alan battan, at Busch's alleys. Uncle Bam Trro.atsa Team 'lonrnazueat Bodlns and Biumprel, Clinch and Brill, and Dormagen aad Schults. Sporting (Svcntg. BROADWAY ATHLETIC CLUB TO-HIGtIT. LA V1UH U Va. CtiNaOtXl-, aUtVIIMs, NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. PTiK.gyjjnT roiTEn aoixo afteii TUE OALirOllSIA MAJ.COSTEST8. A Vlcaran Canspalga ta Be Made Against lb Advarate or Baaday lUelng ClnU Ituns chednted for Xemt Bandar sew omrer or tho Centnrj Head lioa r America .otes. It. SI. Welch, the ex-member of the National Racing Hoard In California, Is a leader In the movement to opdoso the racing Jurisdiction of the U A. W. In that State. The California Associated Cycling Clo.br have assumedlth control of racing there, and arranged plans for tho season. While thli new governing body Is securing little encouragement, tho official think It will eventually exclude L.A.W. meets from California. Extracts frem the official announcement prepared by Welch, showing thelatms and purootes of tho organization, nro as follows: The California Aisoclited Cycling Clubs have as sumed contiol nf cycle track racing In the State of California. They bava been Impelled to this step by tha refunl of the L. A. W the hitherto ac cepted governing body In California of this branch of the sport, to recognize eiti'lng conal Hobs In this Bute. The track and road racing eommlltees are eutnorlsed to take charge nf racing In any Stat or Territory where they mar be In. vlted. The C. A. c. c. are not seeking to extend their ewsjr. nreferrlng to enter Into rrU-ndly al liance with Ilk organisations. The; will not re fuse, however, to admit to their Jurltdlatluu tho racing men of neighboring Slates who may desire to avail themselves or sucn protection. The rules specify that snnctlom will be granted on any day. The sue -ess of the Associated Clnbs is doubtful. Ilaclng men evince adlslUn to nice At a meeting not approved or sanctioned by tbo I.. A. W. President Potter 1 csterdny sent com munications in two prominent wheelmen In California, msmhers nf the League, tendering the offices of Chief and Vice Consul nf tho divis ion to thsm, to fill tho vacancies caused by resignations of thnso affiliated v, Ith the Hun day raclt-g rrovemont. He declined to give names, as he Is uncertain of tbelr acceptance. President Potter proposes a soon as the new officials aro Installed to begin a campaign throughout t'le State.nnd he predict that mere will be more members added to the t. A. V. than ever registered from that section before. The runs arranged by the clubs bersnbouts for next Sunday areas follows: New Tork Manhattan II. C Belden rolnti St. Oeorge's B. C. Bergen Point: Lincoln Wheelmen, El-u Para; ttoysl Arcanum Wneelmeii, Belleville Park Clue Wheelman, Valley Stieam: Knicker bocker A. C. Wheelmen, Coner Island! Fleetwood Wneelraen, Woodlandst Double X Coterie Wheel men. Bath Beach! Metropolitan B. 0., Pleasure Pay; Castle A. C. Wnr-elmen. Hoslynt Tetnilt Wheelmen, Cuney Island! Xavler Club WhtHmfU, Tarrjtowni Bedford Club Wheelmen, Bensonhurst; Lincoln Wheelmen, Amltyvllle. Brookljn Williamsburg Wheelmen, Cltr Island: Tted Hong Wheelmen, Tottenvilio: Ting Island Wheelmen, Yonkers: Greater New Yora Wheel, men, Bergen 1'olntt Dacotab Club Wheelmen, Bar sldet Comet Wheelmen. Coner Iilsndt l'loneer Or el Club. Freeporti Nassau Wneelmen. Balh Beaco; Klnes Counij WnsAlmen, Coner Island: Bushwick Wheelmen. Yon ist Alpine Cyclers, PialnneM. New Jersey Jereer Cltr Cluti Wheelmen, Itldge. wood: Csstle Point Cyclers. Sufferm Kast Orange Cyclers, Nyack) Atalauta nelmsn. Tarry ton n. Tlie racing season openel ausolclouslv In Kngland on Easter Monday, und at the Pu.ner A. C. cycling carnival cover.il records ero lowered. In a eerles nf time trials ba wicn C. F. Harden, the English professional champion, and A. lmwui, thn Ilslglum champion, the former, without pacemaker? und nlthatand Inn star:, made a new English record for tho mile, his time being 1! minutes H -'-5 seconds. '1 he previous record In this class was -.' minutes 17 5.5 seconds. Harden alco lnuorctl the world's record for tbo half rUIr, unpaced and rlth a standing start. Ills time was MO L'-.'i sec onds, one and a flfilt seconds better that the old record. Harden was In splendid form. Ho lefeaUHl the Uelglum rider bnmlllr. The rvver aga time In Cie one-mile events a-i 3 mlnutos 110 seconds, which Is creditable for the season of the sear. Uarden's performances wcro un expected. The bicycle riders of the "nlckerbocker k. C. propose to take an nctle Interest in runs and tour tnls season. It Is not the Intention to have a racing team ai has been rciwricil. Chairman Fl ch of the blcic! committee Is ar ranging for a tonr to Niagara Fnlle ar.il the sur rounding country on .Mny ;.'!). :iu, and :il. It is '.ntended to take the train tn the falls nnd then ride around. 1 mileage cn3iii-tlt(in ha been started In the club. All members riding over 1.00U miles will receivs tronbiee at the e-d of the season. The comtotitlin started nn April 15. The records of the leaders up 10 dalo are as follows: O. M. Chambrlatn. 382: n. An trrson, .-US: E. R. Bellman. 297; E. F. Williams. 2112! A. W. Web. ster, J3"4! ifeorge Siveet 223; F. L. Wellington, lSOi F. II. Meiers. 130; Warren base. 1311: S. A. Syme, 181; Otto Dim. 100; W. A. Wltnjrs, lul. Tno Centnry Hoad Club of Amerka. which Is ,he recognized bead of road racing In this coun try, held Its annual election of officers by a nail vote. The result announced br the com mittee is as follows: President William A. Shlnkla. Cleveland! First Vice President. I). 11. Aclee. New om: second Vice lTeldent. M. II. Beutly. Cnleagni hecretsrr, cnarler M. raircblld. Cul".iL': Tr usuier. Orr.lll M., Lawsun, Louisville, stale Centurions New York, T A. Myrlck. New York cllv: New Jersey, J W. Foster. Schraalenburg; Mnrylanl. Alfred F.l, Baltimore; 31astschus-tts. A. C. Mi Uarrett, Poa ton; Pennsllvauta. K. J. Steannlckle, Krle, The new officers Intend to inaugurate some radical reforms In the conduct n.' rond and record races mis year. NOTKH. A meeting of the New York Consulate of the L. A. W. win be held uii May 3. The Crscenl Wheelmen of PUlnfleld will hold race meet on Mar 31. Club runs for nast month have been arranged br the Alpine Cyclers of Brooklin as follows 2. riatu. fleldi u. Kje Beoibi 10, Paterson; 23. Bayounet 3U, Philadelphia. The Kxcelilor Cycle club nf this rtrr sin tioln a centurr run to East Isllp and return no Mv 2.1. In Transit Wneelmen have Mrranced the follow. Ing runs for May! 2. Corny Island; 9. Bayuune: le. Far Itockaway; 23, Tappau; .10, Pelhamviiie; 31. Pnmpion. Capt. E. Cutting nf tho Ixing Island City Wheel men expects that several huudreu rlIers will par. tlcipate tn nls club's century run to Oakdau on May V. Tbera rriil lie a time limit uf fourteen hours. TneSterllngWbeelmsn of Brooklyn have been In. eorporated. The St. Luke Wheelmen or this cltv will hold a oantury run to Philadelphia nn MY0u. Charles Hadneid, me NewarK rMcr who finished first In theMllihurn roud race last jear.ls now train Ing for the spring professional trci. race. For the lou.mlle rJn of the Century Wneelmen last Sunday more than sou riders will receive medals. The club prises will be preseuled to tho Triumph aud Blverslde Wheelmen. The Lincoln Wheelmen will hold the following runs neat mnntn: 2. Aiiiit)rnici u. City Island: 18, Tottenvtilei 23. Coney Island, 30, 1'laiuneldt 31, Bjyonne. Odds and Rnds nr Nports. The game of atsuclstlnti football to be played on Sunday afternoon on the Varuna's grounds. Hay ltlnge, lietvieeii the Brooklyn v andsrrrs nnti tho Centrevilles of Bayottnn will wlnil up the Wander, ers' scheNiule and will be tho last game uf the sea. sun lu tlilb vicinity. The seventh annual field treet or tho Trinity School Athletic Association will tie held at Her. I ksley Oval tnls afternoon. There win ix-live opn ereut" In which there will l Mime clever athlrtla 1 talent of the SLhoolu of tnls city and lrookln. A new feature to be tnirodured lu Interschoiaxtio circles Is tha throwing of the discus.wnicn is among the open events. The mounted hnialswonl contest lietween Jagu. arlna, who claims tin Itth-of "Champion Woman at Arms of tho World." uud herKeaut v lor Orlofsky, (Icrmau-Amerlcau rlminiilou. at Ulcki l' Hiding 1 Academy last night, resulted lu aillspute and disup. jvolnted a good crowd nf spectators, many of whom j were women. At the clmc of tho fifth round thu score stocl thrre points to nothing In fuvor of Orlofskr, and Jagusrlna. who had ( latiued three fouls wtiloti the Judge refused to allow, ipilt, shj Ing that she was uot receiving fair treatment, Tho content was to have tiecn for twenty thne rounds at ilumo cutting. Jaguarlna then onervd to feucu for points, but Qrlof.ky refused. JSporiBman's (6001U. TALL CYCLE RIDERS. We have a small quan tity of 25, 26 and 27-inch frames, '96 models of Suitable for long legged men. WHILD THBY LAST A rare opportunity to get a goad wheel at a reasonable price. Easy Payments When Desired. 135 and 137 3 and 5 East 42d St., West I25tb SL near 5tb Ave. IlltOOUtVs' l list fullou St., near Bedford Ave,, 4tl, 4f rtatbush Ave. J . ) ff portgmnn'fl Ocof porijmnB'u tSoottti. I FTTZ :l s i i Ion Pierce Influence!! 1 a. The dco. N. Pierce Co. f S tfflt Gentlemen: Is It that n better class of people are riding the 9 9 s,K wheel nowadays, or Is Uio naturally good taste of Americans 9 A A If eonerally working out the salvation of tbelr dress for wheeling? g Z itJL Anyway we can nil remember when It was not uncommon to 5 S IVToO'a' witness this sight on a whoel a long overcoat (lapping fi a flv- lttbowlnd,trousersropednroundtheankleiandastltr, r 9 S T Ta) stard bat on tho heated brow. B?W S Z J fir Now look nround, nnd where do you seo better style iV B S 5fivy ?3k or hotter pcoplo than on tho wheel (particularly Trnzh & 9 rSSS Sr on lh0 1'lerco Hpeclul.) J . II Z a &tS (' The s-id but still humorous sight of a man elabor- ',- lVfi' Z Srmf ately attired In a Prince Albert coat, with Its ample tr D Kj S 9 vX tails, and with his painfully rounded back, pushing a l-Jf 1 J a "Just ns good an" machlno, Is almost n thing of the past. VHTVSb $ a Compare It with tho Inexpensive but becoming costumes vrhtch wis ' a 0 are now so universally worn by bicyclists. Ill 9 veuthe man In his sblrt sleeves, with the hideous gong and a ft 1 A 9 9 sftk few large Japanese lanterns, Is so rarely seen that MS , 9 5 fw we know liumnn nature Is Improving. flljiu E X 5 Ec The nmount of It Is people nro trying to live up to -" 9 X jKI Jf) their machines. Those who nro fortttuato enough toown a Pierce 9 X THft' y Bpeclallmvo a high standard to keep up and they can keep up X 9 X or ""' wltu Bny wheel on the road. 1 3iVaW6r (Signed) llOBT. FITZSIMilONa 1 t E OEO' N P,ERCE C0" Mfra" 1 ?VS B 103 ch"m,r Street. 9 J r New York. Iloslon Brooklyn. Orange, N. J. g j: TIRES REPAIRED FREE. :: i I i ;; Repair Depot. Morgan & Wright tires ; ; w7 be repaired free at the M. & W. repair o depot, 107 Chambers street. Guarantee. We will replace defective j ; tires when, in our judgment, the defect is o from our fault. I Spalding's Popular Friday and Saturday Specials Bicycle Suits, - - S3.75GolfBicycle Suits, $5.75 "Wen- .7.uo Others at S7.50, $9.50, and $12.50 -Were 3-10.00 Bicycle Bloomers, - $1.50 Extreme Golf St le Bicycle Breeches, $450 Vnltio S3.M) j Vuluc T.50 Lamb's Wool Sweaters, - - 1.45 I' Fast Black Bicycle Hose, - - 15c. Vnliie i'J.M Vnluo 10-. Bicycle Rncinjj Shoes, - - 2.00 New Style Bicycle Caps, - 50c., 75c. Vulnu !?y.00 I Value SJ1.00 THr,Ttr'l IQC V0 lmTe tIl0m at "" t,rice1i 920 to $110. Our lot of '00 DivS vLCij "ccoiiil-linnii CltKDKXDAS, with new tires, nt $25.00, are good liurg.-ilns. You know- tho bicycle, and It will serte jou. Don't think of buying an unknown, cheap wheel when you can get Credrndas at "this price. Plenty of second-hand wheels to pick from. A. G. Spalding & Bros., I SpaldingBidwel. Co., I'JU-iaO Nassau Street. I so, i, a;i West tlM Street. Stearns Bicycles '96 Models, Assembled in '97, Reduced to $nv 50 O J 9 Tandems, $75 and $100. NEW PERFECT CONDITION. FULLY GUARANTEED. 117 .Mitdrlx. 8100 and 0IU5. TINKHAM GYCLEGa; 306-3 10 Wost 59th St., .KVV ittllK. Atrenclt-s: SO Cortlandl St., 1US Wmi lSlth St., N. Y, and U4ft Math avc, llrooklrn. IGRAWFORD 'fl f G Y G LE S , I 1897 A10DELS, f Z .V .4 1'AIMEXT Of J f.l.V IS MOSTHI.Y 1'AYMEMS Ol 5 $1.17 f9.ZO.OO T.IST). triTjt o.v; i.i;.ik'.s u'aiiaxtee I A OA1.1. OH II It ITE p I E. G. P. CO., I 7HXJ.U.S till .I.V 7, Tlllltlt I'LOOIl, I 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. , 8ul?ratin Oiru IUcniny Juriny JX April and May Until I 0 P.M. $45. SYRACUSE SPECIALS, i-Js-iHiiu .Moni:i lt-B7 KirVE KOADSTEH, 3. Sesn-lillKlils, '.Mi7i SOlh Cijilurr, I.WHt SS Christy Fuddles, lti.oiio iiillIiarrvU,cl(iiiiMtr, 7Sc; rumps, lUo.i Tiki Cllii. loir i Mlnutu Iterialr Klls, Sde. S7 SUITS FOR S3. Tin: ii. ii. u i hk co., sun intoADtTAv. N'uv.' York and llrooklrn Agents for SYRACUSE CYCLE CO, BARNES 11819 models JWHITE wltU IMIl tires, CI VPD fully guarauio.d rt.1 Bn for six moutlis. $75.00. IRtlfl WHITE VLYEIt TANDEMS, with 1KU7 tlrrs, ffi i i j- fn Onlr afow lolti 5 I lOiUU braud new, ELMWOOD CYCLE CO., 57 Park Place, It KTI n V A I, K t I.E. WILI, VACATK.11AV I at. Till then the MIMEY TALKS. We want averr cycle and sundry sold, und I'llICK ISJ Mr uiUKirr. 1'rlcis SaT, ttao, and 85 for stock costing double coMioi.uiATKu vvn.i: (., 111 liMinuer. HI,, urr 1, .lutlun, 'OT VIOTOUH nKsTKII IX II A It I, It .11 . We have njult tieil our lleutsl Dept. wltn tbe flnt-.t Wbeeli l;tttlt. Usual tatra. Motors, Crawfonls, on easy terms. .VI ATI IK MB iiiiim., IW W. IMSlh Ht. oprn ats'sT.. BICYCLE TRADEBeat '07 tires, S pain full auar antaa. MWEItAXllliBUUlUJiUtCO., loCllOsU $29.50 Bicycle Bargains $34.50 Tto specials for this week In lien's. Ladles' and Bovs' Illeyilrs, both unquestionable lian.-atn. Call early and secure onoUe of k-eurs, color, sodulcs and tires. CUT PRICES IN SUNDRIES. Banner," M A W. or UOib Cent. Lamps . . I.IIU Nw ltparluro lie U I Or, JOc And nio 10,0011 lutlf r.uaranir.s Qt.ouu'Un .. .. 700 "Stan .ard I.iium mile Orlomcccr? .. .. OOr Lmmj. Hrookei. heal. I On axle a W attht.,05r. Troiiwr liuard ipalr) ,.'i lixk Hygienic Saddle, l.US. Plew'i .l5 stronaTos'lIi-ii. ion tin t-,t ... lAr Tire Tajw tlut Uclci. fir. Tut (.Vniciit. .. 3o Dtmtil Tutv Kit. Nr. Slngl TuN. ... 13o H in tme or 1'acv Maker" tar OUrr,ilr. So.i.r Coosstrn., ion Wl .. .. I3t Kus.t 1'unip that pump, i-nmplcl? . . . lln Iarnes .? Drop i,vM Wrench SOc Aluinlnutti Lacquer, make itkt netr .... Sffi roliatan (.iraplsiie tlio vllck kind.. -. aci LutirkMtliu'Oil. I -of.!-, an can lOe Lantern Oil. -j pint, 1 "( i lul .ita.tsllt) . 'JOr ,)Jutati.e W.hkI Htr, cnipleir with grip ,. l.ttS Hl-'vcli Shwi, 15 Bilt, J.OO Otbcn . a.o siUfjl1 TiiU Tlni, pair .. .. .S( Denier SupplIM Mall Onler by Expmu Cnles Tostae U IncloitMl send for Trice List. N.Y.SPORTiNG GOODS CO., a! REIVIiNGTONBgGYGLES, SlOO AD STS. $15 ON DELIVEBY OF BICYCLE. Balanra In monthly payments of 410 each. A FEWM'ECIAL DAIIOAINS In scoond-hand wheels. 1)8 SIODELS. REMINGTON ARMS CO., . aoo Unl aotb HI. and (.rand 4lrrlr. OIT.S KVE.NINOS UNTIL 10 P. M. I l "The Pathlight." True and tried. crg,ly Simplest and best. ?3Sl Burns Kerosene (S'3a oil, and is jolt and vWJD cyclone proof. All sSff dealers sell it. Efpiwcl Place & Terry Mfg. Co., 247 Centre St, N. Y. 15,000 S3 CLIMAX LAMPS SI.G5. Hums kenweuc, eimraul.'ed tn keep ILhu-d. nlofcel plated Jl. & W , Haulier, KOth Century, tl Wi Miller's 'U7, IK.M); Hean-hllght. World Sonn-her. I'athllKht. II)Klenlc Saddles. I'. A F tl aS; Il'k SI 3(1; Hunt. S1.1U. F.verythliiR for cyellst at less than Ii-i't aton-f, c.uXv,p,R 9ES ON BICYCLES. New HMtAClSE. sju, lnnl. ihimI mi k1i, (iu. Now HASIIII.EHh. t'M. New I.IHI'UTY.N, (411 New I1AUNTI.E.SS, tW. New IhUH FLMOItKM, $35. Quantity new no names, (lit An. v .to, v;7 60. Klmoro I Nil Vlnilel., Ht.. WILLIS'SJarkJowJi. Co.jo1? it& Bargains in '97 Wheels. .Ifoaparrll., Ijidle.'. lienta. S'JI). IXrlo Dnolals. wn. und nT..1t. Astom. l.uUlr.'. Ileiit.', tssil. lleliiionu, Ijtilles', I. nils', Sno. ,iouths', Olrls'. (INuti. All Komls iruaranterd. Nurwooils, Qenilrons, ltelUn-. lift lis. cut rales. fwcond hand Columbian, (10 and (lUi rrawfonl, aiQi Hwan, UX; Crriuent, ('.'0, itellauce, (7i Imle- tiendent. SV.I Duke. S'.'l StlM'AHF.II. 11(1,1! ., in IIMK'l.tV HT. Near nil KKIlltlESi and UHOAIIWAV Uasement, BUY A GOOD BICYCLE. Till: llltM'KtT Still MT3 Is the equal it the u si lou wheel uiala. Almost as Kood, 5U, Juvenilis (.totuit." EihV 1'A IlKNT.-!. A. It. Tovtlist'lid, 35 John si , near Naasait. NIT.CIM, lItlIC. UT.fn ForTIIIIKK IIA1H wlllclose nut VIOI1 new U)-tiv datoCrtl h. Hush juiuts, tuie-pleio hunger, 14 weld les. tul.lnii. lln dlrlerent colors. After the time limit IIKi.ri.tll sltll I', sin, AUoothers. 8)J3, rjllu. and SJB.-1. All TS iuhiuii list. ft'll I'll,, 1TT-I7U ItlllKIIUAl. HSOatC bicycles'-- Vww"V mi nu not found on any otuor make. US aad 1 W Cbunutrs ,t, Hw Vwtt. 1 ffpottjsmnn'tf 8oola. I What Song tho Sirens Sang la a matter of ourmlse, but tha ouporlority of tho Sterlins BICYCLE lo odmlttod by alL Ita slm. pllolty and Dtronffth, Its porfeo. tlon in dosltm and construction havo won for it tho highest placo ttmonff high srrado whooli, tho plaoo duo a wheel J BUILT LIKE k WATCH. ' Procuro catalogue. SCHOVERLING, DALY & GALES. 302 BROADWAY. HEW YORK CITY. i -, I On the ft, j f Boulevard JBl iV Or on thi rough- I, JL If est kind of road V Ci J it makes no differ- isV3s& T ence to Columbia riders. Thirty machines picked al ran- X dom were ridden Irora lfiOO to 10,000 $ 5, miles each over the roughest roaas in A Connecticut 100 miles a day and not a break in any of them. Von can't help ft feeling safe on i Columbia Bicycles I SURDARDqF JlAAlOill I j, THEWORU). lUUlUKL J HARTFORDS, next best, $60, $50, US A lew pood second hind J JT wheels at attractive prices jj a w f! POPE HFG CO., Hartford, Conn. ? NEW YORK STORES: 12 Wsrrsn Street. 00th St. and Boulevard. T V SADDLE ( j: SLAUGHTER j I Like many other bicycle manufac- 1 ', turere vro nro " stuck " with a larjre 1 !" quantity of leather saddles that vre 1 will sell at no cents each. "We haTe ' decided to take our loss now. The ijCHRISTYsSSSteji ', ' ha caused this slump. AVe are long ' ', on leather and short on Christys;!1 I though by running our factory night 1 ', and day we hope to keep up with the '. ' . extraordinary demand for" Christys. . 1 KndonM by tbe iralln; rfaylclans as ana" ' 1 tomlc.4 ly corrvct, anJ a certain rwvntlve 1 asalnt tbe train of disorders cacs-d tiy tbe ' ik common leather saddles now In general u. a I OSCE A CHRISTY ItlDEU I ALWAYS A CHRISTY ADVOCATE. ', Booklet, "lllcycle Saddles from a rhyslcisn's , 1 , Standpoint," free. , ' ; A. G. SpalJfns & Bros. Spalding-Bidwell Co,: ' l 16-130 Xai.au St. 9.31,SSW 4fdM i ! GALES WKKF FOB : Model 1896, Nsw 6aods. $80.00 $40.0 Manhattan 1896, Hew, 60.00 27.01 Horoscope Lamps (black) 3.50 1.53 Jkonr belter made. Minute Repair Kits, 1.00 .35 Caldwell's BicycleCoupIer, SiO.03. 25 Discount on all lllcycle Clothing C -and Hose, l-'riday and Snturdaj .-'u. SOLE AQKSTS Illt;ilT .1 1IITM1VS TtlMI LOIIIra, ninfn- iiisnnti.i. .kii. COI.V UOIIIKl. t IMIIl.U. SCHOVERLING, DALY & GALES, 302 Broadway, N. Y. PRICES REDUCED. i Highest Quality Maintained. 1897 RAMBLERS .. S80 1896 RAMBLERS 60 (wlillo lliet lnt GORMULLY & JEFFERY MTG. CO. V3t-liiri I'.llUITII At . SEUi i I 1 -1 Hliit'LATnUall A Hill h i " Lexington L'yi-le Co . SO n N V . $29. A csr load of swrll. in n-st, relltl.ie -1 "erf Inirs. si amies, tut lug, tool liel Ii .n k. .l ll" TltKI. bold all tlirouih Ik'.iilut HI Oil rttioiH mimii.i: 1 1 1 r. Eleitanl. liio.l'stiit.lnh-,drupf' run ,- ibr .jtoot and tlioroui,-lil r lln I. , , AT S40 EACH. .,, 1 Also In.llns' M till Hl.-l, tl.tll.iai tll'lllltl'. 8.1111 i oi.i'Miii t, im to eiaii. t 'i IillIKH l.Kit I'liiiii-. siiiim ijii ,. .-l Kenxi'iie l.omii, x.lr., HI. Hl.'.-li 4. lll sitllj pndiled 8.1 Smldles, Hl.7.1 HIM tl'.i itl.-J.1i llltK-, s:l..M p.-r wlr. A.- Ilei r forauthluie. I.irir-tt .Ii-iti-r In tho 1 L. C. JANDORF & CO., n-Ji ititoAiiw tv. WAVERLEY, LYNOHURST.j Illf-lCI.Kt AU TAX 111' MS Easy Payments """.",:',:r;.',,r"j DUHANT McLEANSt, CO., JIIO UltOMIUtl, ... M!lt llllll. llroobliii llranrll, IJIH llnllor.l i 10,000 CYCLES SLAUGHTERED. '11(1 folious, ri-ic. prlco Sno sjlu t.rii v t ' 'Oil Heralds, T " 'nil lliiabts, " " ?', ' " v 1)7 Heralds. 7".. lul Union's, 7.-.I 'ml Mli rts, " ' liHi, " i 'T Mla-rtys Ion " " "iiio NKW TM"-)ls eiu $.. sin anil Mil jil lisnd ii fe I ..n It: I1 Sl.IllO k '.' ir rut . ' ir . Mitor.slt ) i, tin SVamk'ii, ' i'r llUi Wolff, evl llelillliRton. na Orlslnol nit irk-o house. 1-jUbll.lie.l years llnssnlil 's 110, IU. 114. lltt.Nassaa A llCrniU lO., iliaaruwnt), n.arAam.