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. . ' THE STO. 'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1897. - . 5J- !
MONSTER LAVS RIDDLED, Tiir.iu tiot.atiox or rmr iiioiit op OOXTllAOT. Ttelr i'constltutlallty Kxpesed by tti Lstw jtn Tor the Cant lUsllroad Ilefore Justice, brilrr In the flaprem Court Tho Illglit f Privacy In Umlne nude Illusory. Al.iuN V, Juno 8. Jiullco Chostcr of tho Su preme Court to-day hoard argument on tho or ders rrqulrlng tho Attornoy-OenorM to show route why tho oilglnal order on which ho began pro, codings under tho antl-monttor Inn against tho Presidents of tho four lending coal rallrouls In tho East should not bo vacated. Under this original order Wnltor K. Want ot Alluny wns appointed rcfereo to conduct an In quiry to nicortaln If n coal monster was operat ing "in this Stnto, In order that tho Attornoy Central might dotormlno whether such a monstor existed, nnd. If possible to ccure pvldonco on which to bnso nn no tion ngnlust nny comhlnntlon In restraint of trmlc which might bo found. Thcso four orders with argument to-day worn obtained by Prosldcnt ltobcrt M. Olyphant ot thellclnwaro nnd Hudson Railroad, President I Thomas C. Fowler of tho Now York, Ontnrlo and Western llallroad, Prosldcnt J. Ilodgcr Maxwell ot tho Jersoy Central, and President Samuel Sloan ot tho Dotawaro, Lackawanna and Western. At tho hearing to-day Lowls E. Cjrr of Albany and David Wilcox of Now York reproscntcil President Olyphant, John H. Kerr appeared for President Fowler, David McCluro of Mow York for PreBldont I elo.in, nnd ltobcrt W. Deforest for President I Maxwell. For tho Stato nppcared Attornoy ' General Hancock nnd Deputy Attornoy-Ocnoral Puis. Newton Flcro of Albany was apodal counsel to the Attorncy-Cloneral, making tho principal argument for tho Stnto. Too samo questions nrlso under all four orders to show causo. It was contended that the origi nal order nppolntlng a rcforco should bo vacated mil tot asldo as unauthorized by law and also Irregular. . Mr. Kioto In arguing for tho Attornoy-Gonoral said: "It will bo noticed that tho provisions of tho set under which theso proceedings aro brought are exceedingly broad and very gcnoral In thutr irope. It Is only required that tho Attorney General may. w hero ho deems lt proper to procuro testimony beforo beginning an action, present to a Justice of the Supremo Court an order direct ing witnesses to nppoar to bo examined concern is: the matters set out In the statute. No formal ity Is contemplated by way of cither affidavit or petition. A more application in writing, without letting out any facta whntevcr, would onttroly satisfy tho provisions of tho statute and in that reject the potltlon of tho Attorney-General, ob jected to on tho part of the witnesses sought to J be examined, la much mora full and complete 1 than Is requlrod under tho practice provided for by tie set, and an examination of tho law is a full answer to most, if not all, of the objections tailed on tho part ot tho witnesses, slnco it is within tho discretion of tho Justlco to require these vi ttnesscs to appear and answer upon such indication in wrltlnsr." Mr. Flcro then discussed tho objections raised Bto the granting of tho order appointing Hcfereo 'tovd. and s,atd: "The two anti-trust laws must be considered, construod, and enforced togcthor. An action brought.undcr ono naturally Includes a procedure under rhc provisions of both, Tho objection that tho Attm-noy-Oonoral's petition fails to set forth a stato of facts within tho pro visions of the statutes and fails to set forth an In tention to bring an action or proceeding under the statutes. Is not tcnablo, Blnco tho Attornoy General Is not, upon any reasonable construction of Ihe act. obliged to state that ho proposes to or may bring nn action or proceeding. Tho wholo tcopo ot the statute Is Intended to give tho Stato an opportunity to investigate matters relative tolllcgnl contracts or combinations, without in my wise committing itself to any action or pro ceeding with refcronco thereto, unless suf ficient ovidenco can bo ob tuned upon which on action may bo based." Sir. Fiero said that tho Attorney-General could base his application on information and belief only, since he had no detinito facts on which to take proceedings. The object of tho proceeding was to obtain facts which would govern his futuro action. David Wilcox made the opening argument for the railroads. " In declaring the acts described by tho statute to be illegal and void the Legislature exceeded Its constitutional powers," ho said. " Especially is this so whero contracts made outsldo tho Stats are declared illegal. The provisions of the statute upon tho subject of procedure are also unconstitutional. Tho Attorney-General's pro cedure in this matter has been wholly insutn dent and falls to show any state of facts within the statute. The proceedings In this case do not I conform to the statute, and the statute is uncun ttltulionaj, both as regards the procedure which it prescribes and as regards Its substantive pro visions which seek to destroy the rights of liberty and property which havo existed tor cen turies, as well as the constitutional riirht of free dom of contract. Tho order for an examination ot witnesses should therefore bo vacated." Lewis E. Carr, attornoy for President Olyphant of the Delaware and Hudson, said that tho order for the appearance and examination of the per sona named should bo vacated, because the peti tion on which It was granted was and Is Insuffi cient to Justify the order made. He said: "The right to enter upon and conduct an in vestigation Inquisitorial In its character Is so contrary to our notions of personal security, and It attended with such possible dangers. It Bhould only be exercised in a clear case, and then undor soluble restrictions. The private affairs of the dtiien are sheltered from inquiry by tho Consti tution, and such procedure as may, not must, re sult In the Invasion ot that right of privacy should be condemned. "It Is evident from tho act Itself the Legisla ture Intended to guard so far as it could against abuse of this power, becauso provisions of tho Code adopted for tho governance of examina tions in actions actually pending or content Mated were in terms niado applicable to this Procedure, The Code provisions aro not com tlled with in tho application under considera tion In many particulars. This proceeding Is purely statutory, and tho applicant must furnish the statement of facts showing he is entitled to I tie order. Tho allegation as to a combination sad that tho persons named know something snout It is on Information nnd bollef of tho petitioner, without a fact to support it. Much JJ allegation In ot no avail. The facts showing "occasion for tho application must bo stated, nhen the combination was entered Into In m stated, yet (be time of its making Is material "cause no law ranking it Illegal antedates tho Katuteof lft'JT. Whero it was entered into wo are not informed, yet that Is of consequence bc Jfute, It is dllticult to see how the Legislature of ue Bute of New York can make a combination KtK? ,?t0.,1" another Stato, whero it is not ohiblted, Illegal. Nor aro wo advised, cither terms or by implication, who aro, or were, tho psrtiea to It, yet It would seem the Court should Te tome information on that subject beforo f? . ?',11"" an investigation. Nor arc wo told l this combination will produce u monopoly. Jul prevent competition, or will restrict the pursuit of any lawful busluoss. It Is said Ifi?. fwaWnation i to umlt lno prcMic. SSL0' a'tbracito coal, but It docs not follow i. in "'?' n4 tt necessary sequence It ?.i!!w ! or wl" produce tho results jnuioitod. Certain owners of coal proportles ?n,VBr(? aV"g themselves to limit tho pro- OMtton of coal from their mines, to husband W h!..rcMi"rtl-'a' They muyilothiit betimso In Sf.W'iB1 "'ssntlmi of huhlncss there is less riS, i ' hfy '"ay do that for tho purpose of I RISHS8 "." elnscs of their establishments. tv,?&5'llo.Flmt for lho purposoof procuring Kir','u,ril,1,lu rates of transportation. Would , Jg ' . ,jy I cause certain oh noi s of oal prop si ol h i'1 "" "l'rcu among themselves n Justlco m aMM.!,u,",c"", (;ourt- without knowledge of aliiS i '!'"" """Id bo bound to iissuiuo. or u ttnnJ1 "' auino, tho purposo was one con- ,T V 'ict '" uuestlon 1 To say so would bo M tSuJ. "' luB rul "'at tho statement of facts Vi ,imB "'' t'J lho prociso statutory measure. 1 cm i, ";,mcrc declaration of the Attornoy-Ocii-m nVhiii,ll?M ,ho I'l'iulrj, tho constitutional liiii.?i,,.VJB' civihes to f,o of value. It li of 1 uiJrtTir1.rurt,,urt to doclaro such right is M oSikil.. ' ill,llJ,'"oro demand of tho law olllcrr liatiJii?uui,,,,w,l"tlun may bosetonfool I talnJi .,llr,i',""1!,ru ' no". If It Is to bo bus I fc0T?!M,l'ltNhciodonoundilociilcil will m l(Si:i,!r.LT!'llSl,,t(orolller'11'0 orders, and it R lions r,.l,!l,,,1, J'r'M'er and BUltnblo llmlta III estafjl k i ul0"Jl n"'1 requirements bo now m tmnJ?,,vt'X?'iUMi to thooxorclseof tho MiiirlK " eiUi Thoscriirlty of tho citizen In suturl. , 1",ll",1ir,llru ,101 to bo lightly I Sltt h, 0.r''l"il'L It In) made easy for purso I ulr,,ku,lt,)0' tho garb of legitimate in- I ml'utu ,"1'.lcr ",llcl1 this application wus I le orCr ?' '" ullii". butllo duyswhen I !und ir,i?iM Krnntcd. No prior law can bo 'ImedaViJ' "'''kes such comlilimtlons ns aro I lir7 iwi'.-ro ""Wl- Contracts made prior to I tlai h, ,u" r ,bo law that wont into effect trfeti.SnV.!K'iali0. '.'"lt wouW permit tho rtls- H con?L'bU:Ur.ll1"s.unatho Imposition of I "The innB 'ice' b' "VBefurnt legislation. M. "l Is h.'i'ii. lo." "ul" b tho Attorney-Gen--A.1 of iki"."i1,V',.! t" PerlnJ following tho lriniir. A,."r u,1,,u or,1"- B0 restnotod. Moth- Jf 'fo LS? Ucfnr8 "10 Cou "tamls In tho V tr? iL Llll,rl"B '"i,t? transactions prior to feiiii'tlni ,,upoin vlllch "",ro l8 "o Imn of con. '"fcslDof ;,,JJI,VU transactions aro within lho Wutu?win, i at0 rlri1't.u'"1 u,dcr tho shelter of , if so ?nV, ?r?W ,rom lh0 Inquisitor's eye. I We"thi, ,,,n.'j"lea' tho Attornoy-tlonorul may, lh, , V 'rrtt'r-SonlPolro elation. "ootl riSf.t.efv"llo,f ot tu cltUon's constltu- ' r'su' u' ecurlty from inquisitorial iuves- sHlL - i ' jf?v.. -v ia BtStStStStStStStStSSSmr' ilh imii iiimi ' ' in i.im li rti.i tlgatlon Is above) any doolarAtlon ot tbeAt-tornny-General ot the Btats of a necessity he thinks exists and moro entltlod to his considera tion than his itatemont of his Information and bollof." , Mr. Carr attaoked the constitutionality ot the law. He said: "That portion of the act of 1607 which an thorites an Investigation under the order ot a Supremo Court Justlco In ndvanco ot any action pending or about to be commenced cannot bo sustained aa a valid oxorclao of legislative power. It offends tho Constitution In thrco re spects: Tlrst In Imposing on tho judiciary duties not Judicial In their character. Becond In depriving tho citizen ot his constitutional right to remain silent when speoch may tend to convict ot crime without affording him the ab soluto Immunity he Is entltlod to. Third In making certain provisions of law applicable without embodying the law, but leaving It as a matter of discretion to the applicant for an order. "lt Is plain a witness under tho provisions of section 7 Is deprived of tho right to decline to answer on the ground that to answer may tend to convict him ot a crime. That Is the express statement In tho law. Tho right to remain silent whon nnd whoro speech may tend to criminality Is constitutional. To make such legislation valid lt Is needful that tho act taking away the tight of silence should giro absolute Immunity from the consequences of speech. "Tho prosecuting oftlcer alone knows what evidence he has against one charged with crime. If a witnoss Is examined under this statuto nnd is subsequently crlmlnnlly prosecuted, bowis he to establish that tho prosecution was not one of the results of his oxnmlnatton I Such examina tion may furnish tho prosocutlng officer with tho means ot conviction, may open the door to information not otherwise obtainable, and so may as Btircly convict tho witnoss ns would lta actual uso on tbo trial. Yet, In such case, lt could not be said ho was prosecuted on account of his testimony. Such a cato is not only possi ble, but probable, nnd therefore tho protection of n witness is a delusion and snare. "Nothing prevents the commencement ot a crlnilnnlpros ecu tionbeforosuch an examination. Tho Immunity from prosocution is that of the future, not from one pending whon tho examina tion is had. So lt may easily be the cato that a criminal proceeding may be commenced, fol lowed by an examination ot tho defendant. In which he 1b entltlod to no protection, in which may bo drawn from him details which so arm the prosecution that conviction follows. That, surely. Is not protection. "The law provides for two classes of prosecu tions, ono criminal, tho other civil. It Is In con nection with tho civil prosecution this examina tion is to bo had, and that is to be conducted by tho Attomer-Goncrnl. Tbo criminal prosecution is presumably to bo In chargo of the ordinary prosocutlng otllcor. Is It at nil dltllcult for tho prosecuting olllcer to demonstrate that tho pro ceeding ho begins and prosecutes was not on ac count of tho testimony takon at tbo Instnnco of tho Attornoy-Gonoral in tho civil matter I Since these things are possible this- part ot the law is at war with ono of tho most sacred con stitutional rights of tho citiion and should ro celvo condemnation. "It Is clear this act makes a part of the Code of Civil Procedure applicable, without ro-onact-lng It nnd thnt Is nt variance with section 17 ot Artlclo III. of tho Constitution, section 1, Act of 18U7. " It is said, however, such reference to general laws may be made nnd sustained. The dllilculty with this law is lt does not make tho part ot tho codo mentioned applicable! and stop there. It adds, 'so far ns practicable.' Who is to deter mine that question I The Attorney-General has dono so in the application. Can it be tolerated that ho has the power of determining whnt method shall bo pursued t Is lt the Justice of tho Supremo Court I If so. the present applica tion is fatally defective" Mr. McCluro followed tho lines ot argument laid down by tho other counsol fortho witnesses. Ho laid special stress upon tho unconstitution ality of the laws, especially tho power conferred upon the referee to punish a witness for. con tempt when he avails hlmsolt ot a constitutional right In refusing to answer questions which might lean to a criminal prosecution, eltncr on bis own direct testimony or on tho testimony of persons which tho testimony of the witnesses might show had n Knowledge of the acts complained of. ne contended thnt courts nlono had tho constitutional right to punish for contempt. Ho paid his respects to Senator Clarenco E. Lcxow. who Introduced the anti-monster bills, and said that measures pressed by people anxious for public notoriety should not be considered apart from tho circumstances which prompted the placing of such laws upon the statuto books. There was no reason, ho said, why President Sloan should be compelled to conic to Albany. He had given his testimony on this question bo fore tho Lexow committee. " Yes." said Mr. Flcro. " but ho did not tell oil ho know." " Ho did," retorted Mr. McClure, " and his veracity cannot be questioned." Attorney-General Hancock spoko briefly In favor of his procedure under tho law. He had acted as tho Legislature Intended. This State certainly had a right to prevent any combina tion formed in another Stato from operating In Now York. Tho powers conferred upon tho ref eree to exnmlno witnesses was not unusual. Mr. De Forest spoke briefly in behalf of Presi dent Maxwell of tho Jersey Contra), and sub mitted a brief upon the questions at Issue. The arguments of counsel continued from 10 o'clock until 1, nnd after lunch from '2:30 until 8 o'clock. At their conclusion Justice Chester reserved his decision. Ho stated ho had much business on hand, but would endeavor to reach a decision as scon as possible. No matter what tho decision may be, one side or the other will appeal to tho highest court to pass upon the questions Involved regarding tho procedure under tho two laws and to determine their constitutionality. AFTEJt XII E 8 II AM CLUBS. Commissioner Lyman's Activity In the Courts to Degtn To-Day. Auiamy, June 8. State Excise Commissioner Lyman Bald to-day that In tho matter ot the Young Men's Cosmopolitan Club, Gramcrcy Club, and Plymouth Social Club, motions for order to show cause why their certificates should not bo cancelled are set dawn for hearing on Wednesday, Thursday, und Friday of this week. The State Excise Department will be represent ed by District Attornoy K. It. Scott, P. W. Cull nan, attorney for the Stato Exciso Department, and the Hon. N. ,N. Stranahan, counsol. Com missioner Lyman says this is but the commence ment of the campaign against sham clutxi. John Cacy of New York city, a special agent under Commissioner Lyman, has been suspended, pending nn investigation of charges against him that ho was absent from his post of duty in Iluf talo without loave. RIO VAKAIj contracts. Flaws Involving OS.ttta.Hlia Worth or Work Approved, Albany, N, Y Juno 8. Plans for canal Im provement under tho $U,000,000 appropriation, involving work to cost $2,873,85'.!, wore ap proved to-day by tho Stato Canal Hoard, Somo Sl,iR3,5n5 is for work nn tbo eastern division. The total amount of the contract work on tho canal now In progress Is $U,32.Vft71. divided as follows: Eastorn division, $1)83.723; middle division. $1.2-11,001-, westorn division, $1,100, 817. Thus the total amount of work under tbo big appropriation, cither nwnrded or to be awarded in tho near futuro, Is $0,liii),t)27. Decision as to Murray Hill Dank Berelvera. Al.nANY, Juno 8. In tho oaso of tho Murray Hill Dank of Mew-York, ns to which sot of re ceivers shall havo chargo of Its assets, tho Court of Appeals to-day handed down a decision sus taining tho contentions of Attornoy-Gcneral Hancock In every particular. This decision Is In fas. or of ItocelvcruO'IJellnnd llolibi, who mny nuw proceed and wind uptlie aflftlruof tho bank. ftlagnra ValU Power Company. Aliianv, Juno 8. Tbo Niagara Falls Power Company to-day filed n ccrtllkuto ot an Incrcaso of its capital from $3,000,000 to $3,500,000. Tho company's debts do not oxeced $10,000, out sldo of i mortgage indebtedness Incurred to se cure tho puriliaso prlco of real estate and tho payment of certain bonds. June 14, Plog Day. Aldanv, Juno 8. Charles It. Skinner, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, directs tho attention of school authorities to the fact that Juno 11 will bo Flag Day, und earnestly recommends that tho day be observed In tho ncliools of tho Stnto in such manner us thoy may deem most suilublo, Muaken flteamtblp Pottavllle liaised. IlKVKiu.v, Mnss., June 8. Tho steamship Pattsvillc, which sunk at hor wharf laBt week, wns pumped out nnd floated yesterday. A dlvor reports n hole In her bow oliout ono foot in diameter and a scam stnrted. Tho work of taking nut tho cargo of coal has begun, and will bo Jin lulled to-morrow. Then temporary repairs will bo made, und tho osscl taliuii to a dry dock, cither in this city or Philadelphia. New Loan Association In Urooklyu. The Franklin Cooperatlvo Savings and Loan Association has been organized In Drookljn with ofllccs lu tho Franklin building In Ilemsen stroot. Tho directors Include Silas II, Dutcbor, Edward M. Grout, Quarantine Commissioner Frederick II. Bthrocdor, Dr. Traverse lt. Max Held, and James T, Asbloy, cashier of tba Union Hank of New York. They Will Sea Their Cannon Made. Muxico City, June 8. Col, V. Mondragon ot the Mexican army, accompanied byflvo artillery ofllcers, loft hero to-day for France, where they will superintend tbo construction of somo heavy cannon for tho Mexican nnnymade from plans drawn by Col. Mondragon. Tho party will visit Mow York eu route, ttlHli SHknMMriaAtksfeiBtasxHtaaaMtJHBBHa TOBACCO TRIAL JURORS. TOVJt OOT IX A TAT TO TUT TJIJS "TltVaT" IXDIOTXEKT8. Toromptory Challenge Waived ey Both aide lo Kipedlle the Case Two Accepted Jurors Smoke Clsraretles Without rrejudlee Autistotr Answer of Homo Who Didn't raw. Tho ofllcers ot tho American Tobacco Com pany charged with conspiring to " control and monopollxo the vending of paper cigarettes In the city of Now York" wero put on trial yester day In the Gonoral Sessions beforo Judge Fltt gerald, Thoy are James D. Duke, William II. Dutlor, William A, Marburg, Iouls Glntor, Goorge Arents, Qeorgo W. Gall, Benjamin N, Duke, Gcorgo W. Watts. Joslah llrowno, and Charles G. Emery. Tho Indictments aro for mis demoanor, and tho personal presence of the do fondant Is not required, Mr, Drowno was tho only defendants prcsont. Josoph lt, Choate. W. W. Fuller. Daniel G. Rollins, Italph Oakley, nnd Luclon Oudln appeared for the defendants. It wns agreod to waivo tho right ot peremp tory chnllengo in order to expedite gottlnga jury. Tho first talesman called was Joseph Kloln, a cablnetmnkor. Ho was asked by Mr. Chonto If know the meaning of tho word conspiracy, and answered: "A combination ot people to Injure others." Q. Do you use tobacco I A. No, sir. Q. Could you understand a legal argumont a long speech on points ot lnwl A. Maybe; I can't tell till I try. Q. If you Bold all of your goods to one firm whon you havo been selling to ton, would that be a conspiracy I A. I think It would. Q. Qlvous your definition of trusts. A. I can't, Mr, Klein was excused. William Dixon, a drug clerk, said bo had read a letter about trusts and had not thought enough about them to consldor whethor thoy wero objectionable. lie hoard that tho Lcxow commlttoe had beon Investigating trusts, but all he read about tho Investigation In tho newspapers was tho head lines. Ho Btuoked cigarettes made by tho American Tobacco Company, but didn't know anybody connected with the case. Ho wns per mitted to take tho first sent In tho Jury box, Isano Spies, a salesman, could not deflno trusts and was excused. Henry Da Wart, salesman In a commission house, said that he believed lt was tho right ot business men to Bell to whom they pleased, but wrong for thorn to conspire to shut out a rival from business. Mr. Choate It a man Bhould mako a speech two hours long could you understand him I A. Oh, I could stand him. Q. I did not ask you If you could endure It. I asked If you could comprehend him I A. I think I could. Mr. Do Wart was accepted. Samuel Horwltz, who described himself as a retired grocer from Hussian Poland, owning a few houses, nnd living at 220 Eldrldge street, was tho next talosman. "Mr. Horwltz, do you understand English thoroughly I" asked Lawyer Choate. " I can speak lt better as I understand It," an swered Mr. Horwltz. " Well," said Mr, Choate. handing the tales man a big book, "look thoro at tho wordBl havo marked on that page nnd tell mo if you under stand tho meaning of thoso words." "I secned him before," said the talesman, pointing to tho word "conspiracy." "und dot ono here, too Itrustsl, I sawnod dot on dcr news- What paper do you road I" asked Mr. Choato. "Dot rorirf," answered tho talesman; "It stands on dot paper vhat you can't buy only from dcr tobacco trust vhat you can't sell to somebody olso vhat don't want It." " Do you think you could understand a legal speech two hours long t" asked Mr. Choate. "I don't tlnk I could stand lt at tall," an swered the talesman; "not so much as half, mebbo. I could not English understood possibil ity vhen somebody spceched It out on a court." Ho wus excused, and. after recess, Mr. Rollins tackled Ezra 11. GUdersleeve. who said that he had taken twenty-four grains of quinine on Sun day night and was feeling deaf. Are you addicted to the quinine habit I" shouted Mr. Ilolllns. " Smoko cigarettes I No. sir." " I didn't ask you that," Mr, Rollins shouted. "Do you take quinino daily " " Caroline Dally I Don't know hor," answered the talesman. "Wall, I'll spoak lower," said Mr. Ilolllns, "nnd thon you can hear better. Are you ad dicted to the quinine habit f" "Not at all, said tho talesman; "I took lt for a cold on Sunday night." Ho was accented as Juror No. 3, and John nenly, dry goods dealer, born In Tlpperarr, Ire land, who smokes cigarettes, became No. 4. He was the last secured for the day. Julius Weil, who sells sausago casings, was knocked out by this question: "If you were on a Jury, and you did not agroo with tho other eleven men on a particular point of Inw, what would you do I" "I'd say I was sorry and agroo with them." " Why would you do that I" " I'd want to get out." The trial will go on to-day. WOMEy OOZF IX ItAIX. SXLra Lillian Drook Wins the Ardsley Cham pionship Cnp. A heavy, soaking rainfall marred the scoring In the match for the women's championship of the home links at the Ardsley Club yesterday, and tho disagreeable weather bad also a bad effect upon tho number of starters. Yet Ave finished. In bravo deflanco of tho deluge, the prlzo going to Miss Lillian Brooks. It is a con test that Is to bo bold semi-annually until tho cup Is won twice by ono porson. It was Intended to play nine holes In the morning and tho sec ond half of tho match after luncheon, but the early start was deferred until tho afternoon In tho nope that tho sun might assert Itself. Then, as tho deluge was still dominant, It was decided toplay tho eighteen boles. The contestants showed ns they gathered about the first too, ready for the start, a cheer fulness thnt bid defiance to tbo storm. Old soft hats or rough Tain o' Shanters surmounted the dainty tresses; thick knitted sweater covered the red golfing blouses, and tho short tweed Bklrts revealed thick, nail-studded golfing boots. Impervious to tho water. In this attlro a wet ting could do no bsnn, yet tbo garments would not hinder tho swing In driving nor cramp the arms on the approach shots, dual necessities that compelled the banishment of mackintoshes us too heavy and cumbersome. Hut for tho rain, which mado oach blade ot grass as stiff as wire, the putting greens would nave been as fast as a billiard cloth, for they had been specially rolled and cut for tho match. Throughout tbo links tbo moisture mado tho turf very slippery, the Insecure footing being responsible for many short shots nnd topped iron plays. The weather was a handicap ot many strokes on the skill of each player. John T. Torry, Jr.. of tho Ardsley Club Greens Com mittee was tho rcforco and startor. Tho markers, who followed tho player to keep tho scores, were ltcforoo Terry, David I. Jackson, and the professional, John I). Dunn. As the ex ported starters. Miss Arcbbotd. Miss Hewitt, and Mrs, Van Huron, withdrew at tho last moment, and Miss Low, who played with Mrs, F. II. Keoch, and Mrs. John T. Terry, Jr., al though they plucklly mado tho rounds, did not return their cards, Mrs. Keech Is n left-handed player, nnd al though this Is hor first season nt tho game, she has quite a good stylo. Her best boles wero the third and seventh in tho second round, doing each In rtvo, which Is only n stroke worso than boirlc, Mrs. Eldrldge, who wns Miss llrooks's partner, mode the fourth hole In four, but sbo had poor luck on some of tho others. Miss llrooks showed n stcadlnoss that proved her to bo tho ono entitled to win tho prlzo, for she Is the holder of tho women's record for tho links nt 57, nnd In hor first round wnn only three strokes worso than this total. Miss Brooks's four for the 200-ynid third hole equalled tbo bogio. The curds follow; lilts Droolu Out 5 6 8 B H R 0 8 10-00 in a o 4iaio 8 a mi 7a 188 Mr. V. II. Keeoh Out All B 0 0 0 10 1078 In 0 U 6 SIllU BID V7B IBS Mrs. Y. L. KldrldKS Out 0 H B 4 14 0 0 1118-70 In 0 B 9 0 1118 7 111188 181 Tiio match was decided on tho regular nine hole course, except that tbo players w ore per mitted to too up tho balls on the brink of tho chasms on tho river holes. Thoro will ho a throe-day cup competition for women at match piny at Ardsley noxt week. The Harness llorseo at Combination Park. Hostoi. June 8. Tho pacing race at Combination I'ark to-day developed considerable Interest, and luth beat winners secured new records. A. H. I. and Carrie V sold for $'t0 each In pools of SSS. In the trotting race Areliltecl sold fnroreu money with tho Held, and the converted paier from llurralodld the trick huudlly. llarlou Mills, without rtrti er or sulky, paced In Vi IPs. Ibo lununarlsi: 8:40 class, trottlnKi purse 1300: Architect, b. g by Almont, Jr.-Jertey Ulr.by Hainljletonlau Uowulnu (MoDuuald) Ill Paddy D., b. g. (Houghton) 4 B li Voloute, I), k. (Trout) It 'J 0 Little Lady, br. m. (i'aynx) 3 0 4 Fred It., b. g. (Fonlmrr) 0 4dts May Wood, b. m. (Hklnner) B dlt. Time SHJUi, 8:114. Ki44. Utile Lady unavoidably fall down, aud was al lowed to start again. !t!t)4 class, pacing! purte S00i A. 8. L.. cb. g. by robden Dluah, by Ulack Morgan (Hlsrltng) 8 111 Carrie V b. ui. (Collins) 1 1 a U 8 I.ucibtokfs, Imu. (Korsliner).,, 8 11 a a T. B.. br. g. (O'Neil) 4 dls. The Duke. ch. g. (Uristol) dls. Duly Abbott, b.s. (MoNarose)..... dls. nm-;3o4.y:slEiOlfciy,ll;II. MRS. LYNESS ESCAPES -. The Hospltn.1 nnd a Fenrful Operation. fiuBdSfl Hospitals in great cltloa nwi sad places to visit. Three- fl. f&, fourths ot tho pallonts lying on thoso snow-whlto beds aro wo- AJflPpWttHfMHf Why should thto bo tho coso t Rfifl' WCkWoSiS Becauso they hnvo neglected themselves t Women as a &, ft$tjth$ff&wf rulo attach too llttlo lmportanco to first symptoms ot a ccr- m MMmvR tain kind. It they havo toothacho, thoy will try to snvo tho kSjM tooth, though many leave oven this too late. They com iHV'TT yH?1 fort themselves with tho thought that they can replace their jB eK teeth; but thoy cannot replace tholr internal organs 1 Kli VA Kvory ono ot thoso patlcnta in tho hospital beds kndJjH j Va plenty ot warnings In tho form of bearing-down feollngs(BJ Un pain at tho right or tho left of tho womb, norvous dyspepsia, Wl pain In tho small of the back, tho " blues," or some other unnat- I ' ural symptom, but thoy did not heed them. Don't drag along at homo or In the shop until you aro finally obliged to go to tho hos pital and submit to horrible ozamlnatlons and opcratlonsl Build up tho fcinalo organs. Lydla E. Plnklinm's Vegetable Compound will snvo you from tho hospital. It will put new llfo Into you. Tho following letter shows how Mrs. Lyncss escaped the hospital and a fearful opera- (gsjjn tlou, Ilur czpcrlcnco Bhould encourago other women to fol- HHRH low her example. Shosays to Mrs. Plnkhnm: KHjHj. " I thank you vory much for what you havo dono for BS)ML, me, for I had given up In desjmtr. Ijwt February, I ABPfrf ZZXiRSLHl a a m'scarcliS0 caused by overwork. It affocted flBfcl '"Qpnll-Hn, m? heart, caused mo to havo sinking spells thrco jfJBl L ftflH to four n day' laBt'n8 sometimes half a day, I fBL. MBcould not bo left alono. I flowed constantly. The TL-HB-doctor called twlco a day for a week, and ouco a HwMHVday for four weeks, then thrco or four times a lBWHHSJl3! week for four months. Finally ho said I would JgFjXSjfffllS&Jz ' fS-'havo to undergo an operation. Then I commenced S7 jfl(HzXC " taking Lydla E. Plnklinm's Vegetable Compound, and STo-iPprV I' after ono week I began to recover and steadily Im. '"kl' T. proved until I was cured completely. By taking tho Plnkhnm mcdtclno, I avoided an operation which tho doctor said I would certainly havo to undergo. I am gaining every day and will cheerfully tell any ono what you havo done for me."-Mrs. THOS. LYNESS. 10 Frederick st., Bocliester N. Y. JUSTICE VAX BRUXT'S PORTRAIT. Presented lo tho Appellate Division with xtalo loo of (he Prrsldlnff Juattcr. In tho courtroom of tho Appcllato Division of the Supreme Court -00 members of tho bar as sembled yestorday afternoon at 1 o'clock to pro Bent to tho Appollnto Court a portrait of tho presiding Justice. Charles II. Van Ilrunt, whoso term oxplrcs this year, and who has served for twenty-eight consecutive years on tho bench. Tho portrait, which Is a Ufo-slzo picture by Al- gixed Justice Vnn Ilrunt. Mr. Root expressed tho hopo that Justlco Van Ilrunt might bo choson by tho peoplo of this Judicial district to resume tho post In which he had shown bo much ability and fairness. To him belonged tho credit of the arduous work of reorganizing and systematiz ing tho machinery ot tho court. Jtiitlco Darrott. speaking for tho court, ac cepted the portrait. After thanking tho bar for tho gift ho said: "Had theolllce of presiding Justlco been one to which tho Justices elected Jr their votes, I npprehond thnt the votes of all or us except him self would havo been for Chorion II. Van Ilrunt. "V'' i v fill' C! V3f i Sv J -: - iiijgv.cx.. '-',,& 'fy$ -? , V(. re i&g o THE PORTRAIT OF CHIEF JUSTICE VAN BRUNT. trod Q. Collins, was placed beside the Justice's bench. On the bench were Justlco Ilarrett, pro siding, and Justices Patterson, O'llrlon, Ingra ham, Itumsoy, Williams, and Parker. Onbehnlf of the bar tho specchos of presenta tion wero mado by William Allen llutler, Kllhti Root, and Josoph II. Choate, all of whom culo- aoLv aossiv. Stork Rxchana-e Bntrlrs Knollwootf Bat folrnrld In Trans Mutch. Next to the changes In the market quotations the topic most discussed on Wall street yester day was the outcomo of the first contest for the golf handicap championship of tho Stock Ex change, to bo played on Saturday nt tho Knoll wood Country Club. A spur to tho Interest In tho event wns tho Issuance of an advanco Hat of tho entries by tho committee. As tho entries do not close until Krldny.lt will probably bo lengthened by tho nddltlon nf somo other name before that dato. The entries follow: Charles Ilarton, Staten Island Cricket; William O, norland, Westchester Country i Orsham K lllamly, Drkrr Meadowt Stephen II, llrown, llaltusnil.Iianlnl Chauncey, Dyker Meadow; ftamuel Chauiiooy. Dyker Mvaduwi II U. Coiiilw. Ardsley Club: S. W l)oubp ilay, Apavrnmlas C, Devrau, Westchester County) W. B. Kiley. Wi-tohistrr County i V. M. Frorniau, Falrnrld Countyi C. V, Oram, Dyker Meadowi ltobert aooibudy, l'atersnni J. Ilonlen lUnliiiaii, Knoll, wood: Aniory O, Hoduet. Ilockawayi F. W. Jackson, Westchester County; , II. Jewell, KnglewcKxIt . W, Jewctt, Hiker Meadow; T. II. Kerr. Lakewoodi L. S. Kerr, Falrfleldi A. H. Kelley, Knoll wood i E, La Montague, Jr., Westchester Countyi W, II. Lawrence, Oakland; J J. Maunlng, Oean Countyi J. O, HcKrovrr, Oakland! W. II Motley, Illcbmond Countyi T. I.. Manson. Jr., Ht. Aodrew'si Charlra llialr Maodonald, Chicago; Airrnl L. Norrts, Dyker Mrsvlowi E. 0. l'olter, Westchester County! Oeorge II. I'ost. Morris Countyi V A, Putnam. Dyker Meadow! John M. Hhaw, Ualtusrol; I. N Sproule, Marlns and Field! It 11. Thomas, Morris County; T. J. Taylor. Ilockawayi W. L Thompson, Morris Countyi W, Watson, Jr., Beabrlsht; W.J. Wadsurortli. mock Exchange, and Norman Whltchouto, Knolhrood, A novel golf cumpotltlnn, In which each plnyor will be limited to nne club, which must be chosen boforo tho match Iwgins, will bo held at tho Concord Golf Clot) on Juno 17. The finals fur the Chnpmnii cup, hotween II. D. West and II. M. Ileolm, will bo decided at tho Hillside Tonnls and Uulf Club, l'lulnlleld, this nftcrnoon. John Hhlppcn, tbo groenskocporof tho Town and Country Club ot Elizabeth, is anxious to make a match with any professional, to bo played ut Elizabeth for $30 a bide, tho match to takoplato during June. On Monday a lively team match was played between the Fairfield County and the Knoll wood Country Club representatives at Knoll wood, in which tho homo men cnuio out victors by three holes. Thoro was great Interest In tba second meeting of II. M, Hnrrlmnn nnd Kludlny Douglus, which, as on tho previous Saturday at KnoTlwood, resulted in tho success of the Scotch amateur by ono up. To bo beaten by but two holes In thirty-six, when tho high reputation of Douglas on the Hcottlah links is considered, proves that H, M, Harrlman must havo regained tho form he showed Inst fall. The pair were tied by strokes at eighty, figures never beaten by an amateur on tbo links except whon Kenn mado his phenomenal score of seventy-seven on tho first day of tbo May open tournament. Their cards show the progress of the match: Douglas , B 4 B D 6 4 4 8 748 Harrlman , B B 0 4 a B 4 a 6 43 Doutla 4 B 8 B 4 B A 8 H-3H Harrlman B 4 4 4 4 B B 4 838 J, II. Taller, who won by an unexpectedly large margin from 0, S. Cox, also played a remartably I can only echo the wish expressed by Mr. Root, that he who has presided so ably and justly In this court for so many years may be returned hero by tho ballots of the peoplo." Applause grcetod Justice llarrott's speoch, and for onto there was no attempt to repress that unusual outbreak in court, Tho court, which was still In session, thon adjourned. Many prominent lawyers wero present. strong gamn. especially on tho homownrd holes. Discard was: Out 4 B B 0 S 5 6 8 8 IS In B a a B fi 4 B 4 4 JO 85 Tho summary: KltOM.WOOD. I ruuriiLD. Zl. M. narrlman nF. Douglas 1 J. II. Taller eC.B. Cox 0 V O.Thebaud illr. s. Murphy 0 A.r.Kellrv 8 F. W. Hanger 0 J. Harden Harrlman ., Bu.M. Miuou u S.CMtrnal n K. M. Frcmaii IS F.A. Wailtiew a,E. ll.Curtlst 0 Total K01 Total .77 Seymour Dunn, a jnungcr brother of John Duncan Dunn, arrived from llouriicinouth, Eng land, on Saturday. Ho will act ns his brother's assistant at tho Ardsley Club links. YEAUhlXaS AT AUCTIOX. Ilnlr Itrotaero to Hen llraah and Merry Mon arch In Demand. Tho attendance at the sale of yearlings held at tho American Uorso Exchange last evening was not as largo as on the opening night owing to tho storm, l'rlees ruled lower, too. and numerous bargains wero picked up, many per sons buying a youngster realizing that yearlings ore u lottory of tho blggost kind, and that thoro are somo prizes among tho blanks. John E. McDonald gavofl.ftSO torn half brother to Hen Ilrush, and M. Murphy gave 1,1500 for tho halt brother to Merry Monnrcn. I'artlal summary follows: Ch'slnut nily by Katsetto-Fatrluiouy, by Pat SUIIuy:M.Milrj.hr. .... , 1373 Chestnut nily by falsetto ailmpso, by Imp. Uleurlg; Louis Muart 900 Chrstnuirolt by Imp. rirateof Fenssnee Mtn- nehanaliolln by llulllouill. Warnke. Br. ,. . D'jB Chestnut eolt by Imp. Fortissimo Might, by OnnudagaiJ.il. Mccormick .... , ISO Chestnut eolt by Imp. hlmiile Blmun Sijuueio, by HadenKadeni Julius llauer 400 llrnrrn roll by Sir Dixon Ilosevllle, by Ileformi J.K.McDunald .; 1,060 Chestnut oolt by Blr Dixon Ilrambletta, by linii. Donate Rcotlandi M. Murphy... 1,000 Day Ally by Hindoo Imp. Calpliurula, by Julluti JHMcCormlek BOO Chestnut Ally by Hanover Tbs Niece, by Alarm; J, I'. Hayes , 400 New front the llorso World. LicxtKarox, June S.-Pyron McClelland la a little hotter. Ills eycslibt It slowly returning, and tbo physlolana hope bs will recover, TheJCouey Ittsnd Jockey Clubmatrs tbt following weicoma announcement to Horseman; "Siibtcrlp llont and declaration money tor alt overnttut races ana handicaps go to lbs winner," Secretary Fellows of the Coney Island Jockey Club announces cbat Frank Harris has lno a: clartdout of tbt Suburban Handicap, which will bo run on June S3 at Bheepshead Cay, Tho rain yesterday Interfered with lbs spring meet ing at FlMiwood Park, necessitating podtpourment of the opening until to-day The trn-k received tueli a thorough soaking that It It doubtful whether II can bo mado ready for a start this afternoon. Mack. Winners of telling races aro to b told at auotlon, and any responsible man may bid on thtm.' Doners of hortes may claim any horse but tit winner for the entered tuning prloo plus lho nrti money. Divide) won a number of raoss last A STAKE FOR PAUL KAUVAR the xun had so terrors for PRIXCE CUART.IE'S ORAXDSOX. William Attor Chanter's Fayldn Take Ihe Clover Stakes A flood Proa-rnranifl Bun OfT In a Heavy ruin and n Dad Trnrlc Wolhnrtt nnd St. Ilartholomevv Itnn a Dead Heat. Three thousand porsons brnvod tho atrocious weather yesterday anil shivered In tho grand stand at Qrnvcsond while six racos were being run. Tho storm oamo out of tho northeast, but tho wind carried tho rain in every direction, and there nppoarod to bo no dodging tho molsturo. Thoro wore two stakes on tba card, tho l'rcak noes ot $3,000 for throo-yoar-olds, which wns won by T. P. Hayes's Paul Kaitvnr, by Plralo of Penzance, and tho Clovor, for two-year-old fllllcs, which wont to William Astor Chantor's Fnyldn, by Owas, tho half-brother to Iroquois. Iloth stakes were well contested, but tho closing rnco ot tho day was tho best on tbo progTnmiuo, tho thrce-yonr-olds Wolhurst and Ht. llartholomow running a doad boat. Wolhurst wns sold beforo tho race to Charles Flelsuhmann & Son of Cin cinnati by L. 8. & W. P. Thompson for $3,000. Young Mr. Chanter, the owner of Fnyicln, has something of a reputation ns nn African ex plorer, and is ono of tho most popular young men In New York. Buddha's well-known aversion to a heavy track caused his withdrawal from tho entry list for the Prenknoss Stakes, and before tho horses went to tho post Challongor, L. 1)., Sunny Slope, Hide, loch Nets, and Aruro woro scratched, leaving a field of eight, inoluding tho Sensation Stablo's Chum, to fnce tho starter. On Deck closod a slight favorite over Rcnssolacr and tho maiden Elklns. whoso prlco was knocked down several points by vory heavy play. Paul Kauvar was tho most fancied ot tho others, chiefly becauso of his good showing In tho mud on Saturday last. Rotterdam went lamo In the paddock and had to bo withdrawn. Caldron at 10 to 1 was as good as loft at tho post when tho start wns made, tho colt leaped Into tho air as though grocn and afraid of tbo barrlor. Rensse laer was last of the others. Elkinn sot out to make a runaway race of lt nnd quickly oponcd up a gap of throo lengths on his competitors. Sloano mado a vory wide turn bolow tbo paddock with the favorlto and lost sovernl lengths of valu ablo ground. Doggett cut through on tho rail and rande up several lengths. In tho run up tho backstretch Frco Lanco and Pnul Kauvar wero second and third respectively, but when the half-mile post was passed it looked as though Elklns would not bo caught. Around tho upper turn Thorpo sot down on Pnul Kauvar, and, riding with whip and spur, got tho Ken tucky threo-ycar-old within a length of Elklns. On Deck closed, too, and It was a drive through the stretch. Tho stake was Paul Kauvar's at the sixteenth polo. Thorpo landing tho grandson of Prineo Chnrllo llrst by a length. On Deck and Elklns had a whipping finish for second money, the last-named getting lt by a nose. Dog gett dM not pcrsovero with licnssclacr when he found tho colt could not be first, second, or third. It was too much weight to glvo away to colts of tho class of thoso placed by the Judges. Caldron caught up with his field nnd ran n very creditable race Tommy Pow era was fined '-!3 for " pulling up Caldron st hen tho hell rang. Elklns will do better the next timo he runs, lie wus a smart two-year-old in his oarly trials In 1800, but went wrong, nnd never faced tbo starter until yesterday, Paul Kauvar was n frequent winner Inst year for T. P. Hayes nnd wns probably tho best two-year-old at tbo Milwaukee summer meeting. In ono of tho breaks at the post On Deck stumbled nnd threw Sloano. Tho jockey wns unhurt end remounted the colt, which bad been caught by a stable boy. Miss ltowcna and Judn were about equal fa vorites for the Clover Stakes, the former closing nt II to b. Tho outsider was Fayldn, a shapely lllly by Owas out of Cuyama. Fayida was al ways In the front rank, and won with a trifle of riding by three-quarters of a lemrth. Lady Coop er was second nnd Abundant third. The favor ites wero last and next to last. Tournament was ono of tho greatest per formers in the mud ever seen herealHiuts, but Tournament's full brother. Sir Play, started In the opening dash nt six furlongs with 11! and ID to 1 ugalnit him. Mistral was tho favorite. Domitor, tho extreme outsider, was tlrst awuy ln a grand start. Ho led until the last fifty yards, whero Hewitt hrought Sir Play up and w on by n good neck. Kulscr Ludw !g was n cloo third, the favorite finishing fourth. Another outsider marched to the front in tho second event, a dash at ono mile. Ilcldcmero was fnorlte, hut the light-weighted three-yoar-old Axuro took her to the half-mile pole in U seconds and the tlve-furlong ground In 1 :(r2j. Thnt settled Deldemere, and Azure had things his own way until tho stretch was reached. Simms had been whipping and drivlngTom Crom well, and he caught the three-s oar-old nt tho sixteenth pole. Little Maher rode a grand finish on Aiuro, putting down his whip and going for his mount with hands and heels, simms was tired with his earlier efforts on Tom Cromwell, and the three-year-old won a good raco by a neck. Beldcmere was third, some distance aw ay. The mile was run In 1:43H, nnd from a time standpoint lt was a good race. Azure was on tcred for SOOO. but was bid up to Sl.-'iOS, and bought in ut that figure by the Kenslco Stables. Ameer tried to cat tho horses on cither side of him at the post. General Macro was the fa vorite for the two-jcar-old fulling race at five furlongs, but the Urneral didn't win any victory yesterday. Miss Florldo, tho outsider In tho belting, by tho well-known old-timer llallston, out of Itcfraction. winning for C. I). McCoy. Oencral Maceo was beaten a neck. Hrcnlwood wns third. Mr. McCoy bought n lot of cheap yearlings last year nnd is winning with o cry ono of them. Tho last raco of tho day was a screamer from n Init ting standpoint. Tho losers wore nnxious to get out on tho day, and the speculation was heavy. Wolhurst was the clink c, with St, Bar tholomew and Volley next In demand. As much tiionoy, howevor. went onSlrVussnr as on nny other horso In the race. Ilelmarand Hen llrusli wero withdrawn. Wolhurst und Sir Vnssar ran head and head to tho turn, where the latter was beaten, and St. Bartholomew- made his moro on the outside of lho track. Taral swung up next tho rail with Volley. Sloanctook things very easily for a tlmo on Wolhurst. hut when Hewitt swung alongside with St. Bartholomew he enmo to llfo quickly. St. Bartholomew got his head In front, but Hewitt couldn't In well enough alono nnd went to the whip. TlmteoH him lho full prize, for Sloane. gathering Wol hurst together, got up and made a dead heat of it. Volley was clo-so third. James Howe seta Wolhurst to the post and ho nnd Trainer lly land for Mr. Belmont doclded to divide the purse. St. Bartholomew was u trifle lamo after tho rucc. Summary follow s: FII18T IIArE. For alt ages! hlglmclght handicap; to the winner IBO. to the second tlou, and to the third ISO; alx furlomrs: W. 11. blnk'a ti g. Sir Play. 4, by Mr SIodml-IMay- thing, 108 illeivltl) .. . . 1 Hromley A Co 's ch, g Domltnr, 3. I ox (Soherreri a I). Illdeon'a ti. e. Kaiser I.udn l 3, 1UU (II, Martin) II The Manxman, Xmas, Mistral, Alarum, Itelchax, Prompt, Miss Lillian, Ueuufort. and Miss l'rliu also ran. Time. 1 10. netting Against Mistral, 13 to S; Kaiser l.udwlg, 0 to It Alnrum and Delehax. each fl lol; Xnm. h to 1 1 The Mnniman, 10 to 1 ; .Hlr I'lay, 11' to 1 , Miss Lll Man and Miss Trim, each 15 lol; licaufort, iiO lo li Domitor, 30 to 1, BKC'ONI) ItsCli For three-year oMi aud upward i selling; to the win ner tlU, to the second 7S, and to the third 83; one. tulle: Kenslco Stablo's ttr. c. Ature, by Plevna Sapphire, nn iMohtr) 1 M K Dwyer'acb.c Tom Cromwell, 4, 1 10 Mmms) J u. K. MiiltliV b. in lieliiemrn-, H, 104 iT Moan).,.. II Marshall. Leedsvllle, btrathrol, Jefferson, ucd Al bert S, atso ran Time, 1-43H,. netting Against Ilelilemere. t to A; Tom Cromwell, .Ti, to 1 ; Lreilst llle, A to 1 ; Azuro and Albert B.. each lo to It Ameer. l'J to I ; Jefferson. IB to 1 ; htralhrol aud Marshall, ru h '0 to I, Tinitn r.icK. The Clover Stakes for fillies iw oyrars old . to lho w In ner Sl.BUO, to the tecjnil .too, aud to the Ultra sruo; four und a half furlongs: W. A. C'hanli r's eh. f. Faylda, by Owas Cujama, 1 IV ill Martin) . . 1 C, D. McCoy's b. f. Lady Cooper, 1 19 (Doggett) . 'J 11. V. Waldtn Son's b. f. Abuudaut, IK' .Lllllc- field) 8 Juda and Miss Howeua also rau. lime, 11 til 7. netting Against MUs llowrna, B lo B: Juda. i to 1; Lady Cooper, 4 to 1; Abundant, B lo 1; Fa) Ida, H to 1, KlU'llTH HACK. The Frcaknrss Slakes nf ti.noo, for three ear olds; to tho winner $1,500, to the seeomi aauu, nud to tho third $V00; one mile and astxteeuth: T. 1. Ilajet'a li. r I'nul Kauvur, by Imp. 1'trato of l'entanee Spirit, ion iThoriei . .1 L. h. & V. 1'. Thompson's b. e IMklus, lu.l (II Martin). . ... '-' Arthur White's ch, c. On Dei k, ION . I" slum l :l Free Lance, KensscUer. caldron, ami Chum also run. Time. I M', Iletllng Aiialnst On Deck, -4 to I ; Hi usseluer. il to 1 ; '!l u M On timo I Wo oiTor this wook a 'IH special lino of English sorgos i homospuns and oraohos. Suit to" ll order $10.00. Trousers S400. 'rfflH Satnplo gnrmonts oxhibitod Hl showing tho chnrnotor of our work. 'nil! Thcso goods aro Tory doairabld' f: and fashionablo for warm woath6r. Patonted bioyolo Buit to ordor ,3aH $10.00. WM SAMPLES, FASHION IIEV1CW, AND MEASUIUKO f Vl GUIDE MAILED FHKE. 'Sttl ARNHEIM, ; Broadway & 9th St. B Elklns. 3"a toll Paul Kauvar, 8 to 1 Chum, 10 toll fH Caldron and Free Lance, each 20 to 1. . rH FIFTH TIACE. 'It! For two-year-olds i Belling; to tho winner 8400, l to the second $S, and lo tho third, fit; five far- f,l C. V. McCoy & Co.'s h. f. Mist Florlde. by Balltton Jf aftTtal Refraction, 100 (O'Leary) !? W.C Daly's ch.c.Uen-ral Macro, 104 (Thorpe) VjH T. F. Emmons's ch. e. Hrcnlwood, 10H (Beherrer)..., a tlB George.. Jr., Olney, Falso Pride, Central Trust, and -t lied Gldd aUo ran. fiHIH Time. 1:01. '1 nottlng Against General Maceo, 0 to EiTJreatwood, tfl r, to 1; Olney, I) tali Central Trust, 10 to It Bed aftB Gldd. Vi to I; Miss Flortdo and Falso Pride, each 10 ' HH to 1; Ooorge, Jr.,20 to 1. lH SIXTH UACE. 1HH For threeynar-oIds and upward; to the winner flH toon, to th second $100, and to tho third B30; ons) ..flaH mile and a sixteenth! Mllzfl Charles Flelsehmann & Rons' b. g. Wolhurst. 8, by '-Hl Ventilator Nutbrowu. BU (T.Moan) '":9"iH August Ilelmont't br. c. bt. Bartholomew, 3, 101 , H (Hewitt) , W. C. Daly's b. ir. Volley, 4, 114 (Taral) ... S !hVl iJonnock, Sir Vasaar, and Orion also ran. 1 aTtaTtrfl Time, 1:314. vH Dead heat. 2l Betting Against 'VTolburst, 7 to B: St. Bartholoj ' " mew. :i to 1; Volley, :h to 1; Sir Vasaar, a to 1 $STH Orion, 20 lo li Uannock, 30 to 1. F1H EXTRIES FOlt ORAVEBEXB: M A Strong Field Tor the Patchogtie Slake Td aH IB The following Is tho excellent programmo for .SB Ornvcscnd to-day, big fields being named for fiTe) -fljl of the six events on tho card. Tbo stnko cventl H n ro tho Patcboguo for three-) car-old and np- V1 itxl ward at six furlongs and tho Greater Now York: -Jal Hurdle Handicap of two miles: fl First llace Flvo furlongs: ''Hl Previous 115 Hamburg .....104 ' Jal Mont Lor 1 0 1 Prince Lee 104 ,1H Dogtown 1U4 (llorlan 104 :aTTTl Hauder lot KllaDaly 101 TiaiaaH Sn-aniio 1 04 Come Quick: 101 T'll Genaro 104 .al Second Ilace Selling: one mile: -H Salmak 118 Humorist 118 "SaH Coneonl 1UI. Musician VS WM bt. Nlebolaa 103 Mount WathlnRton.... V3 lnB ElrFrederlc lusllllana't Daughter 08 r WM Falerlan 10'- busplclon 00 'SH K'bultz 100 Mahuuy 80 , 41 H X luy US .hlsht Chanoe 00 '! blmonlan Hb r H Third llace The I'atcbogue Stakes; selling! six far- H longs: H SI Dartholomew 120 Peldemere .106 tH ARliaior lin Prompt OS '," ClFuphus US HI Daddv fit . 'iSH llrl.k 111 Eton Jacket SA .xl sun Up Ill IIUla.ll 03 "alxl Harrington. ..1 10 honaparte 93 ,H Irish Keel .....10b WU Fourth IlaeeMUo and a sixteenth: - 91 Halma. 10A Parmesan 03 filaH i Declare 10.1 Arabian 1)3 JBB beptour 105 "S Fifth rtaec Selling; six furlongs. jU Fetiche 112 Titmouse JOS HTU Ce.arlon 110 Marslan 108 fftlaH Zanone 107 Kaiser Ludwig 103 4btttI Nl-k 107HIDaddy 0 'ilH Cieophus 107 Friendship h9 nanvfl Dulando 105 Minnie Alpbonse 07 ajalH Dlseount 105 Amy Wade 87 -;lfl Sixth Race Greater New York Hurdle Handloapt -.'191 two miles oer eight hurdles. -fttaH Flashing 157iDrown fled 140 klaM SIrVassjr 15.1 AJax 143 '-7,H MeKee 152 Wnltrer 143 '1H ForKet 151 l!arones 140 xuiB Kilkenny 14V Alakuma lid ?jfl II lauers sit Latanlii. flil CotcivMTI. June . Will Wallace won the Coving- SH ton Siirlni; stakes at Latonla to-dar. uf a net valua i9H of tlU.V but aftrrn ard had lo pay SI. 105 to kep his "'jfTM colt. HUh Jinks, that he tillered at 8500. Mr. Slinma. VjfJ owner of Li Hung Chang, the second horse, running JitWMn the winner up to that ileum. Lady of tte West was iB.H scratched out of the same race Just before the betting 'o- lan. the lllly hating chamreil owners in a Mlllng '-K race sine lielng eutenHt for the stake and her former v,ft owner's consent not being lu evidence to-day. To VlHH summaries IiIh Tlrst Ilaee Seven furlongs Klttv n., 07 (Ilnrns). T -: a'ljt to 5. won. Dukeof Moulroso II, 104 (II Williams), ' U' 15 lo 1, second, Llsket, wu (.Sum, 5 to 1, third. Time, oV i sus-j. -'.fa Second Ilace Five furlongs. Locust Blossom, 107 H (Ilurns). 7 to 10. won, Aiucena, 104 (HIM). H to 1. aeo- 3VH ouil. Corllla. lOTiNuiti, sio 1. thlnl. Time. 1:04 V Third ltae One mile and an eighth. Ilcher. 10A .isH (Null). 2 to 1, won. lianquo IL, S7 (llurna). S to 1, ",B8 sreend, Sharon, luD ilteirt), to B, third. Tim, ,-tlB 1 !i't LV Fourth llM'e The Covington Spring Stakes: flvo ' . and a hsir furlonus. a selling sweepstakes for two- V 'flB year olds, net latueof Make, till.'). HUh Jinks, 100 B (Hlrsi-h), .1 to 1. won, LI Hunx Chang, 0- ilturns), 13 kltV to I. second, Ha--tus, lull (Null), even, third. Time, J!H 1.0v VJm Fifth Itaee Six furlongs Geyser, 07 (Uurnsl, fc to 1, (B won. Imp. ion (Nuiti, 7 to 5. seooudi Orlmar, 07 '!B (Everett), t" ton. third. Time, 1 na. .iflaj blxth ltaee Si en furlongs Fthellnds, 100 (Kutt), -3n 4 to 1, won: Motllla, 100 nilll). xto 1 second; I JHl Wauda, V? (shaeklefortl). 20 to 1, third, Time, llHIX. ijj Ilrsulta nt Nt. I.OUIS. Vf, St. Iivis. June a. The rates at the Fair Grounds 2, this afternoon retultel as follows! Sf First Ilace One mile. Amber Glints, 103 (W. V Dean). 7 ts 1, woo: Jack lira Hey. 108 (R. Jones), ,yi a to 1, seeoud: Irish Chief II., 107 iF.-ost), 100 to 1, -1 third. Time. 1:4 4. SI Second ltaee Three-auarters of a mile. Sursr- -tSr fnot, 104 (C, Slauchien. U to 3, wont Mck Carter, .Ji. 100 (J. Ilatthews), 3 to 1. second! Loral el ta, 10 '171 (T. Murphy), s to I, third. Time, l:13'f. fSj Third llaco Ono mile. The Uraiion. 107 fC. ,JEI Slatighler). 1 to 2. worn Evanesea, 102 (J Mat- ;(,H tnews). 3 to 1, second: Mlnersa,,10 (W. Dean), 80 ' '11 to 1, Ihlrd. Time, 1.40, , jSfiB Fourth llacn On mile and a tlxtaanth. Charll IW nief, US (C. 'Slaughter), 3 to 2, won. Sea Brooke, "sVjl 107 (Uarntr), 8 to 3, si-cond; lieuamela, 113 (Tur- 2iM bivllle,, 2 to 1, thlni. Time, l;4tf. -3fR Firth naco Five elsblhs or it mil. Ettholon, iiYM 100 iGnrneri, 7 to 1, woni Verify, loo (C. 8lauu- Itn. a to I, second; Dr. coop, ll'J (Turblvltie), IS mjM to I. third, lime, 1 O'.'i,, jmr sixth llace Seven elcnths of a mile. Cappy, 1)1 rSm (J, Wrodsi, 3 to 2, won: Pellras, too (Murphy), 4 to 3. second; Ferris llarnnan, 101 (C. Siaujhtsr), 8 ('jf"".? to I, tnlrd. Time, i so. ffi'i flood Nport nt Ingalls lark, nfefa CmcAoo.Junri H. The track w.is extromely fast at '-Ft' Inglts I'ark lo-ds), and some ery pretty racing was ?51! thow u In tne Mx furlongs HeUskln mmte the ImsI i i time for the distance yet seen on Ihe track. Sum- iVvl'i marles: iW- Hrt Ilace Flo and one-half furlnngt Humlln, BS ''fit' (Cla)j, 13 to 1, won, Tenole. UU iC'ralgi, Ctol, tee- .fflt!' nnd, Tony lloulug, VI) (Marfuuien), 15 lu 1, third. Ml ' Time. I.U4. fBJti Sicond llwe seen furlonirs. King's Council, IDS i? (Cluvi.eeiimouey, wou, Dr shepiianl, 101 (A. liar- ' "w, ntt, I to 1, second i l'reslou, lot .k Thompson), 0 to Tffl 6, third Time. 1 27. , m ' ' Thtrd lliuie -Four aud a half furlongs Hardly, 04 vS' ' (A Thompson), tl to fl, wout KUIe llramble. 100 m it'la) i. 12 lo I, second, Knovvlet, 113 (Garwood), U to ISt a 1, third, lime, n-531, tm j Fourlhllniv One mile and a sixteenth Mandolin, JtH3 IimI iCa)wooli, 7 to 3, wout Ghiiiuoyii. 108 (A. 19 ilarrett). 7 to 2. second; l'lukey l'otttr, lot (Clay), 7 viBB to 5. third. 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