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II , GOSSIP OF THE RUNNERS.
I ' the tat.ext Tor.ir-rcnrr ox two i axd three year oi.n roax. I ( A Mas r thn neat Material la lha attar U ( baa Haaaleaa e.raveaead'e Ksealleat Pra j manfl far law Carreal VCrels Veler Will J Shew Hlmeelr la lha riraad.waj "take. I The raring of the past week was chiefly not. bte for the sensational turn-tips In the Ilrooklrn I Derby nnd the Oreat American Stakes, the I former race beini won by Octagon, whose pro- rloni race had been a very poor one, while M. F. ' Dwyer's Previous, hitherto restarted by many t aaascl'lnfr plater In the two-year-old dlrlilon, upset all calculation! by defeating Frohman, Handball, Vann, Kitcfoot, and others that hare been considered as barlnc some preten tions to stake form. ' As has already been stated In these colnmns. Octaicon worn the hood In his raco for the Derby . ; for the first time this year, and tho race was ran i , exactly to his liking- tortious Is unquestiona bly a better colt than the ircneral public realized, a.l It would not bo surprising to find him among tho best of the thrrc-ycar-old division text year, as be posscssc many of the qualities which go to make up a really great racehorse. ft Is tnio that John K. Maildtn's handsome ' tolt Hamburg, by Hauorer. nut of Lady Iteel, oeat Previous handily on Thursday, but Ham burg has every right to be, and undoubtedly Is, s high-claw youngster. All who saw him before ; ind after his race last week were In lovo with Dim. and It is now gossiped that bo Is almost as ' rood as tho crack colt llowland, in the same itrlng. Ily Hanover, out of Lady Heel, a half lister to Domino, which ran for years In the well-known colors of Prof. Andrew Smith of ' Toronto, none of this year's stars surpvss Ham- burg In brilliancy of lineage Racehorses, and tspcclally twcycir-olda, will at times baffle the best judges. Some will not nin unless they are ) made do their best by tho liberal use of whip snd spur, whilo o'hers have to be restrained from doing too much. It Is the former kind which are to feared, especially In the yearling trials, and many a gem Is overlooked by the larelcss trntner or Indifferent owner who falls . to recognize latent speed. It Is to be regretted that tho four-year-old special between Handspring, Requital. Hastl sgs, snd Hen Itrusti did not come off on Saturday last. Handspring did not round to from his Brooklyn Handicap race in time to receive the tort of a preparation Frank McCahe thought he iboulil have for such an event, and Requital U till under tho cloud which enveloped him at Morris Park. This left only Hastings and Ben I Brush, and It wasn't until the eleventh hour jB 1 that John nyland decided to withdraw the big Bfi m I nof .Spendthrift. If It would help the sport any Hi 9 1 Mr. Ilelmont was willing to start Hastings, but Ha 'm I It was not thought advisable to send two horses HJ. M I to the post, and so the race was declared off. Ha M 1W Ben Hnish was not at his best, but he would lav' RtH oav tccn a Btart6r had the raco filled. The H n I IflL fMna son of Ilramblo baa been ailing more or Hi'' m III less all spring, and a mile In 1:43 on Thursday Hk I fill "in the best work he had done this year. Mr. Hb nil : Owyer put blm In the sweepstakes alone Hb will with Howard Mann and Premier, and thesturdy Hh IH llttlo bay was only beaten a neck In 1:484, HB illS one of tho smartest races at the distance, one HI 111 mllo and a sixteenth, seen this year on any track. H. Ill Tho raco was notnblo In moro ways than one. It HB l II icrvcd to show what a very useful horse Premier Hfl ' IH qiis developed into, and especially so wbrn H tl II Taral is on his back, for the sturdy little chest- H 111 out runs his lcst for tho Dutchman. It was any HB ' m tl Kids that ho could not beat Howard Mann and H' ' M l Hen llrush at equal weights, but he did. His 'H SI nJ did it Uko a good racehorse, com- K.: 11 lit Ing with a rush at tho finish that HmI 1 HH tould not bo denied. With big weight HB BbM '" "l0 8aJt"0 no won t-wo ' tQe tureo high- i RE nclght handicaps at Morris Park and only lost HlY ' HH " 'ne lhlrd Df n 8tl0rt head. Premier Is certainly HB) HH giving Mr. Voshurgh plenty of food for thought HH Hlsl B"d tDO handlcL.ipcr is in a quandary as to HH HUH here tho sturdy four-year-old belongs. Dy tho HHfr HUH way. Premier is a useful kind of a borso for any HHv HilH man to own, lnnlng no fewer than sixteen HH HjlH , ructslnlSIM). HH - HnU '1,,e breaking down of Buck Massie. the good HJB H HI five- car old bon of Ifanotcr, at Latonla last bHH Hi IB wick was a big loss to his oungowicr, J. M. HH ' H IB Murph). and removes a sure starter for the HH H PH Suburban Handicap one week from to-morrow. HHf MB nl Charlie Thorpe was engaged to ride the brown HHl' ' H KB horse earh in tho spring and Murph) thought H aTH that he hadaroalcbancotowinattbowclKlits. HH H IB It ls "ot known dctlnltcly at this writ- ' Br IB '"K u,t what material will faco the Bfll' Bi IB lUrter for the Suburban. Hastings, Hnnd- BBs H IB spring, Clifford, and Requital are Important HHj H H factors, but their chances ot being ready HH H WWk on thit day are more or less misty. This leaves HHj H HH i Hen Brush, Ilelmar, Howard Mann, First Mate, HHl I IB Fl)ing Dutchman, Hnlma, Ring Arthur II., HHl B IB Peep o'Day, Hir Walter, Lake ribore. Havoc, HHj- - H IB Roundsman, Volley. Tbo Swain, und Maurice. BHI BIB Hulmals, of course, under suspicion, and bo is HHk B IB cn Brush, for that matter, so that until a few BBV B MB days before the race it will be idlo to talk of HIS B flsi Uioso that will surely go to tho post. In addition HJlH B BI to the Suburban tho Double Event of 10,000 EH B BI ta.OOO for tho nret part will bo run on the open- Vh Ha Bran Inir dav. Bf'lf4 ' BIS The Brooklyn Jockey Club spring meeting will Bile HB close this week. To-morroiv too Bedford Stakes HeUl IB of S'--()0' for two-year-olds, at four and a half HjgSi HB furlongs, nnd tbo Broadway Stakes of t5,000 for HHJI sWl three-year-olds, at one mile nnd a sixteenth, will HHl BI bu run. A fair lot of two- ear-olds will meet in SB HK t,lu fofuier, but the Broadway should be tbo IIBh three-year-old race of the meeting, as it will HB mark the first appearance, in his own class of B ' the unbeaten 'Voter, winner of the Mitro- BB politun Handicap, and regarded by many BB BH ,'10 ,'esl' three-year-old of the jear. HH Among those Voter will meet are Don MB ' do Oro, Ogdcn, Buddha, The Friar, and IB ' Challenger. Buddha ls said to be a very high jflB clnsHCoiton a dry track, but has had tho bad mm luck to have nothing but mud whenever any of (HB bis metropolitan engagements have been on. imm To-morrow's course should be exceptionally mm fast, and with a race Uko the Derby tin- jH der his belt ho should bo fit, Wednesday's B. 'mm card has among other attractions tho BrooLdalo BBBBv IB liundicap of ?'J,000 for tbrco-ye&r-olds and up- BBH11 W ward, at one mile and a furlong, and HH; M the Falcon stakes of $2,000 for three- J car-olds, at ono mile and a sixteenth, Inch has a large entry list, Rensselaer's BBBfl," ABB Hat nnme appearing among the Falcon nomina- HHB? 'HB tlons. rurTliurBduy.thu ItoalynStal.es fur to- HHHi ' fli year-olds, utfho furlongs, und the MyrtloHtaLes mm' WU 'or thrce-ycnr-olds and upward, at ono mile and Hji Hi B sixteenth, will bo run, with good nelds en- BHB BF.flB gaged in each. Saturday tho meeting will be BBBBJ BBBi brought to a close with the Tremont Stakes of BHB BBBI f 10,000 for tw o-) car-olds tho uinln feature of HHK1 BIB i,,u curd. Tbosu eliglblo to start for tbo Tro- HHH' BBH uionthukes are Handbill, Frohman. Previous, HHjB flBjBi Mr. Halter. Firearm. Murlllo, Uriel, Klto- BBBH ,BHlBH foot. Varus. Arquebus, nnd Blarneystono. bHEHj KM HB 1hi should lie quite n horso race, and BBB flBatBM " Varus docs not go Imck lie should bo very BBHB' liniHil hard la beat, as ho had more speed than any BBB' pSMjBU ' other oungster In the Great American Stakes BBB; Mrfl nfll on .S.Uurilnj. That race should do tho giant ton HHl' 'tBUn of Cnjugnu lot of good, Tbo Boulevard Handicap BBl IBrfly of VL'.CiOO for three-year-olds, at ono mile and a BBf KB BBl furlong, will bu tbo other stako feature of the HI' Hl'-'BB closing day's programme. All the good thrco- HK 'ICvBH J ear-olds, with tbo exception of Rensselaer, nro 9B- iB HM tiigage-d, MB BBJMu The death of Ilyron McClelland was sad news iSr BIhB for the many friends of the popular horseman in 91 IB Hi this kinit. Ho hndu friendly n ord for every- Tm BkHH cue und cudcarid hluiBclf to turf lovers of all (Hr : BTBV clusscs by bis sunny disposition. Ho posxcssid EH BI Hi tli3 raru luality of detecting great horses in HB H'Ba cuibro, aud be was rarely without a first-class IS ' Hi Um performer in bis xtablo. Salliu McClelland, JH' H aH Hulma, Henry ot Navarre, Bermuda, Prince Hii ' HlHl Llcf, Ce-sarion, Kvcnatus, Maeco, and n host of W HrflBI other winners were owned and raced bv blm. Ml tflTBi Juinea R. Keene's thruo-j car-old colt Voter dn HH'flBi ni"' llls prepurntory work yesterday for tbo HI HBiHb Broadway Stakes. Tod Sloan bad the mount HB EHeHB on tho sou of Friar's Balsam. He covered the HB HtH distance In l:Mlt. the first mile in lU2t. The HB MBBfl Winner and Bvlniar worked n mllo and a fur- !BI BHrHtl ln,,K '" l:''!- M- F. Dwycr's Beu Kdcrand HB JHBHH Tom Cromwell went a mile In 1:44. The work H HBiBi afl in preparation for the Parkway Handicap H KBaH oi VVcMlnesdny. iW 3HFH1 The colt Russler, 4 years, by Russell or Tom fH WH Hi Ochiltree out of Conjecture, died at the Graves- Hf jn Hi eni1 rnce track jrsterday of pneumonia. He HB BBHi was the property of P. T. P. Randolph ot Pbila- JBm wHBBj dclphlauud bad won a few races this ) car. HB HBBB voce's 940,000 rnizx:. 'BJ HBtaH " Arnaud'a roll Mini the (Jraua Prlz de .HB HBTBvJ Paris at Lamcbsnpi. ''HE HH HH lUias. Juno 13. Tho race for the Grand Prix 'HliwHff Hf de 1ur' valuo $-10,000, was run to-day at Long- $ iIHBBHB champs and was won by Doge. Roxelano was I HBlli second, and Parasol II. third. There were ten i 'HbBHBHB starters. Tliu post odds were l'J to 1 against SB HBTBH "i0 winner, '-' to 1 Roxelane, und -'5 to 1 Paracol 9 BBHBBBH " President Fauru, who witnessed the race, B 'HI BBH Hi congratulated M. Aruaud, tho owner of Doge, W HEaBBBfl Suunuary: I HklaHEaH Thn Grand 1'rlx de Tarlj, of 200,000 francs I HfVHBBH (tiu.onoi, lBO.Ouu frsne-s glrrnbytue my of I'srU a 'flBJBHBflBl ud oC.Ouo franks hy tne flva great railway com- If- 'BBfBSRHB panlrs, for uilrocolu and niliet, fualrd In ltU,of f rHuHHIBBl every dekcrlpilua sud rouatry, added to a sweep- '; MffBiBfll HI tlaketof l,Ouufrnea eacUi buO francs forfeit; lbs ! ;BBlVBaH second to melm zu.nbu francs aad the third 10,000 ; -HaTBl It n fraocsout nf thu stakes, about one mile and serea fluff KB BBB urlonxs (47a mrncrltwrs: HR ' BP Hn u- J' Arnaud's b. c. Pegs, by Frtcandcau i BBlBtBtfflBM Dqsarecse , .... 1 If HlalH It. UTCaUlsult's cb. f. lloxelane, by War Dance ! BBl BBl HB ituse of Kew York i . HB H 9f M A. AbOUe's b. c, J'aiuol IL, by UutU-I-yral II I HRsiilHl B " Bffi i rt? II aBr lili . ,, , v ... HBHHHHHBf W fHB "B " " '''","WUrfr"ty''l''llb"yt' "T"" ' wijhMi . T aA'-n u VI(HVt3HhHHHHhhhhhhh rrrrn TttoTtnn axd tacth. rrafeaslaaal Jadie Badly Seeded aw tfea Trat lias Tarf. The usual number of local road driven and club members were In attendance at Fleetwood yesterday forenoon. Almost every one coming primed with a stcry or criticism, generally the latter, anent some particular feature of the rac ing last week. The distinctive point upon fchich there was a universal flow ot adverse comment was the Judges' stand, or rather the ofSctaU who administered the trotting law for the final day of the meeting. A mumi! of the many opin ions expressed upon this subject would result la a verdict far from complimentary to the three gentlemen who occupied the unenviable position. The primal cause of a very bad day's work was the dilly-dallying and inexcusable carelessness which permitted a day's sport which, with proper management, should hae been finished In good order and In a satisfactory manner by 6 o'clock, or 6:30 at tbe latest, to drag out till long after sundown, and even then remain un finished. The absurdity of wasting over an hour In useless dlscnsslon before reaching a decision In a caso to explicitly covered by the rules that even the veriest tyro could have given the cor rect solution of the matter In a moment's time. was apparent to all. Hardly a meeting has been held at Fleetwood for years past wherein the Judges' stand has not been tbe cause of the same kind of disastrous work extremely detrimental to the sport, and this cause, far more than any other, is responsi ble for tho apparent lack of Interest which trotting holds for a metropolitan audience. And so It will ever be, as long as tbo duties of this most Important position are Intrusted to amateurs whose only claim to the office Is based upon good fellowship. The decision In the aeeond heat ot the 2 .30 trot, wherein an honestly won heat was taken from Mr. Ruber's mare Arigal and given to Sam L. and which ultimately cost the former second money, also came In tor much criticism. The horse receiving the heat had been far more cul pable In the matter of break than the one upon which punishment was Inflicted, and under no reasonable construction ot the rule can the ac tion In this case be Justified. A rather amus ing feature of this decision, except for the owner of Sam L-, developed after the race, when it was ascertained that Murry did not want tbe record which was thus unexpectedly forced upon him. and would havo been more than satisfied with less money and no record. He thinks he has a very clever horse for a green one. and had his eyes upon a number ot slow class purses, but with a mark of '2 :2m practi cally forced upon him In tbe first mix-up, bis calculations were knocked askew. Though there were a few fair miles trotted during tbe morning, there was nothing unusual In the way of speed, tnont of tbo trainers being content with slow, steady work. Perhnps the busiest of the lot was Klmcr Stevens, who was hard at work with his big string. Among those he speeded a little were Hard Tack, a bay geld ing with a mark ot 'J:20'j, which be sent two evenly rated miles in thu same notch, 2:284. James L.. who had bis real work-out on Saturday, when he was sent along at better than a 2:30 clip, will bo a starter at the Lynbrook meeting on the 23d, as will also Snlpnoso and Eure.Ua in the same string. Stevens has a promising pair ot green ones in C'oL Lawrence Kip's fillies, Chere Amlo and Hexla, the former having shown a quarter In 32 seconds with little work. A few of the local trainers will send some of their charges to Poughkeensle, but tho delegation from Fleetwood will not be a large one. Cobwebs, 2:12, hitched to a road wagon and driven by Nathan Straus, made the circuit of the tra kin 2. 10. Between beats on SaturdayMathe w Riley brought out the Kentucky Prince gelding Uuy, 2:0!) ij, hitched to a top road wagon, and drove htm a half In l:00hi and, continuing the circuit, repeated tbe first quarter in 34 sec onds. Fred Stelnway also drove his team, Lou Mitchell and Addlo H.. a mile to road wagon In 2:21t. The same team went tbe circuit the day before in 2:17. Although It was announced that Lawson N. Fuller's attempt to drive bis elght-ln-hand for a record would be postponed a week, there were many who went to the track Saturday In expec tation of seeing tbe exhibition. But as Mr. Ful ler, who was present, stated, while It was too bad to disappoint them, it would be dangerous to bring tbe horses out on the crowded track, as they were quite rank after the let-up which the bad weather necessitated. With good weather the exhibition wiU positively take place Satur day next. The bay stallion Arivana, by General Wilkes out of Norma Strathmore, by Stratbmorc, the winner of the 2:20 pace on Saturday when he took a record of 2:lti1s In the fourth heat, was one of the bargains of the Fasig sale In January last. Lew is G. Tewksbury's star combination, head ed by Robert J. and John R. Gentry, is tbe main attraction at tho capital of the Nutmeg State, their quarters at the Driving Park being tbe rcntro dally of a crowd ot enthusiastic admirers. It is an open question whether the stylish outfit nnd furnishings of the kingpin pacers come In for tbe greatest share of admiration, but certain It Is that the combination has taken the Hart ford horsemen by storm. E. R. llowne, who is in charge, has started in on the earnest w ork of preparation, and from now until they start tbe grand tour with the opening engagement at the Hartford track on Independence Day tho horses will be kept at steaoy work. On July f one of them will go against Star Pointer and Frank Agan in tbe $6,000 free-for-all, while the other will be sent against Johnston's record of 2:064 to a high-wheel sulky. The route from Hartford has not as yet been definitely decided upon, tbo requests for exhibitions being so nu merous that the Itinerary has not as yet been arranged. Greenwood A. C. Boots. A big crowd wltneited Iks regular weekly boxing show of the Greenwood A. C. on Saturday Dlght. la the nrtt boat of ten rounds, at catch weights, Tommy Hawkins defeated Young Leonard. The second bout was of ten roundi. at 138 pounds, be tween Tommy Shorten nf New York and Cnarfcs Dreyeoti of East New York. Shorten itarted to rorce tha flsbflQK In tha sixth round and ruibed Drey:ott all over tbe rlnc. In the mlx-up be lan'led a rlsnt-hnd swing on Drejcott's Jaw, tending htm down, Dreycott rote In nine tecoadt, but wat vary groggy, and Follce Captain Kenny stopped tbe ngbt. The referee awarded tbe bout to Shorten. In tbe third bout Andy VValirt of South Brooklyn aad Cobby Dobbs of 3'lnneapollt fongbt to a draw. Goaalp or tbe Itlng. Tommy Wett bat decided not to do any OghMng until next September. Joe Dateraaa wants a trial against any.of theada In the lib. pound divitton. I'eter Maber It going to take a reit tilt summer. ne is thinking of taking a trip acrott tbe Atlantic. Jack Gttbona of South Brooklyn and flush Kltc almrcona ororeeupotnt will meet during the week la a ten round bout a' Iko pounds. In Beckwltb or Cleveland, tbs noted Wet tern middle weight, hat beu matehed to ngbt Andy Waltb or South Brooklyn tea rounds at 134 poundt. Ilotila Harnett on Parurdar matched Jack Cadlgan to meet Jim Caulflel 1 la a ten reund bout at South Htacb, Mateo Itland, tbe la iter pari of tblt montn. Owing to the fact that Con Doyle cannot get to welabt, Dick O'Brteu hat been secured to meet rred Laos of Inaianapolti at tne Arena A. C. to night. O'urlen It laid to tw lu fair condition. Tat Iteady of vTatblngton, the riling young mid die weight who met Tommy hyan recently, ar. rlred In this cltr on Saturday. Jteadr la being looked after by Tadily Gorman, wno wants to match him agalntt any loo poi'nder Harry I'eppert and Nlel Burley will not fight be fore the Eureka A. C., at at nrtt promoted. Through tome unknown reaton Jim Ryan wilt tase Peypen'i Place, and the cunkettwtll he decides next Thurt day, Burley and Ityan will box twenty roundi. Billy Delaney, who It Jim Jeffrlet'a manager, writes to a friend In the Eat that he baa matched Jef. rrlea to tight Out ltublln, Billy lladden't lattit "find" In tbe heavy, freight line. Huhlla snd Jef. frlet will box twenty roundi at San Francl.co this month. Dare Sullivan thlnkt be will be able to fight "Aui trallan" t'lllj Murpuj at tne I'olo A. C. He li In fair thape nuw and believer that a week's work will put blm In good Oghtlog trim, lfauy of Dave't frletn deplore tbe fact that Jack Smith and him self have parted company. Danny MctlrlJ. ls very angry over tho decision given agalntt blm In hit late affair with Tommy Shorten, lie says without any reserve tbat wben the niatcb v. at made between himself and Sam Iloltn the latter bad no Idea of fighting and that Siiortell waa training fur ht.n right along. Mc. lirida It ready to race Solan on tbe tame conditions which characterized their late match, Sam ritspatrlck tali yesterday to a representative ot The So that Kid Lavtgne would keep In train ing to at to be ready to meet anybody In bit ciaaa. "It's strange bow all the to called aiplrantt give George a wldu berth," diclared Sam. "The ligut welgrt limit It 18a poundt, but ttlll boxers sax. lout to ngbt nold out for a higher welibt. There are uioro welter weigbts In the bualueit to day anx lotia to fight Lavigae than tbere are men In hit dan." riiepatrlck added that Lavlgne would matt Joe 'VValcott agalu, provided the weight ques tion could be agreed upon. Itlfle (boating. The semi monthly outdoor ihoot ot the Zttltr nine Club wss held at Bookman's Cypress mils Park ye'lerday morning. The weather wss favor able for the iport, but a illght breeze threw some of tbe poorer shooters off the mark. Tbe scores follow I Itegular aeml-mosthly cintest on the fOO-yard ranze, off hsndi tbe bett three strlnai of ten shots teen to count for prliesi strlsst unlimited) pom. ble 5U im each airing. Loult KUeh, 0TT Loult P. Hanton. BSOi Ilenry ilolget, 03i w. Wilton, I)I8 II. v. linlltr. 04 1 1 cearlrt u. Zctiltr. Sr.. e-.'oi Chat, u. Zetller. Jr., ItlV; Max V. Engel, olbl Oeorge Wlgman, eltfj Barney Zetller, nuvi Joaepb Jllcsa, hue: Adolpn Krontbcrg. S7I; Loult Orane. 670: William Boil. Cat i Thomas V. JIcK.nna. 7irrM Belbenetgea. 47t Philip stuns. 7e. wltbdrtw after the second HrtVg. BABEBAZ.U ha Hew Yerln taeieaae Taetr Avevage, sefclle taa BtmUItwb IVaae irteral relate. Owing to the few games last week the players of the two local club had little opportunity to Utter their batting and fielding average. Van Haltren. Davis, and Warner were the only New York men who played In the three game to add points to their batting figures. Joyce's pitchers allowed the opposing team to Increase their batting average by nine point, the home play ers In the meantime adding two point. In the fielding department there wa also an increase, nine point for the New York and four point for the opponents. Since the Brooklyn returned from their West ern trip Jone has taken a big drop In hi bat ting. Burrill, who ha been at the bat only three times, now leads. The team hut week went back three points In batting and six point In fielding; while the opposing team decreased their batting figure by flvermlnts, the fielding average remains the same. The following record includes all games played to date: NKW YORK BATTCta .Vanes. Gaeiet.fl R B2B2BnnSBftn Cenl Zearfoee. 1 2 I 10 10 0 0 .300 U Clarke 3 4 If SO 0 000 .Sou Tlernan. . .34 151 43 BO 8 a 1 ID 1 .331 Ueekla ... 10 38 3 9 S 0 0 1 0 .331 Yaa Haltren ..33 1 2 X t 1 Oil 1 .830 Davla 37 140 30 44 9 3 13 1 .nil nieaeon 3 153 34 43 4 1 0 13 3 .21 Warner S3 111 13 10 0 I 11 0 .37 Ttnale 9 83 4 900000 .373 Joyce 34 132 39 34 S 0 1 S 0 ,23S W Clark 20 70 S 18 3 0 1 1 0 .237 Seymour 11 34 8 9 10 10 0 ,230 Unlmes 28 88 14 20 8 1 0 1 .231 Wilton 17 80 4 18 1 1 0 4 0 .tit Doheny 10 38 4 710090 ,1H4 Sullivan 4 13 1 300000 .134 riEXDIXO. .Vaetee. Oastee. i-wf Ouf. AuUtt. Xrrors. Per Ct. Zearfou. 1 3 0 0 1000 W. Clark 20 113 B 4 .988 Tlernaa 38 48 8 3 .984 Wilton 17 121 11 0 .937 Oleaaon 88 124 113 14 .011 Meekln 10 4 11 1 .938 Van Haltren.. .38 79 R H .914 Warner 31 142 47 18 .91 J Bute 9 4 24 3 .903 Joyce 3 68 73 IB .889 Sullivan 4 0 7 1 .873 Dobeny 10 3 82 S .873 Seymour 11 8 38 S .873 Holraea 23 S3 8 T, .fens DavU 87 78 98 32 .848 D. Clark 3 0 2 3 .4b0 TEAM DATTT30. At Bit. Jlune. Bum BU: PtT Ct. New York 1880 381 KB8 .273 Opponent! 1228 191 298 .241 tcax nxxDrsa. rut Out. miniate. Xrrora. JVr CI. New York 987 494 128 .920 Opponents 983 441 113 .928 Bnoom.YN BATTI50. TVr Kami. Oamts.AB B IBtBiBHttSBSU Cenf. Durrlll 3 3 n 100000 .3.11 Jones. 42 178 42 38 S 2 1 13 1 329 Larhaaca 42 181 24 07 9 8 3 9 3 .814 Inilrnon 42 182 82 33 0 B 2 IS 3 .802 Shoch 18 39 3 820030 .374 A. Hmlth 12 40 S 11 3 0 0 1 1 .273 Shlndle 42 170 8.1 43 10 1 19 3 .283 Kennedy 17 84 B 14 1 2 1 0 1 .239 Orlm 83 123 9 81 2 0 0 3 3 .234 Ortffln. 42 170 87 42 6 3 1 8 3 .HI Payne 14 43 7 10 0 0 0 0 1 .2.18 Canevan 37 148 20 83 7 2 2 3 0 .2.11 HannlTan...... 7 9 1 200021 .til McMahon. 811 1 200000 .181 Daub 13 80 8 520010 .187 O Smith 33 143 14 23 4 1 0 2 1 .134 Dunn 3 8 1 000000 .000 PUber 3 2 1 000000 .000 riELDlNO. Samut. Oaawe. Put Out. UirUfa. Errors. Per Ct. McMahon. 3 3 10 0 1000 Dunn 3 3 3 0 1000 FUber. ... . 2 110 1000 Lacbance 42 470 IS 12 .948 Orlrnn 48 113 2 .911 Orlm. 38 103 48 4 .98z Jonea 43 90 7 4 .980 Anderson 43 77 3 3 .947 A. Smith. 13 27 17 8 .938 Daub 13 2 29 2 931 Kennedy 17 3 87 8 ,933 Payne 14 3 24 3 .931 hhlndle 43 44 89 13 .912 a. Smith. U 08 109 18 .90S Canavaa 37 81 110 20 .903 Hanntvan 7 3 2 1 .873 Enoch 13 29 19 8 .837 BurrtU 3 0 0 1 .OOU TEAM BATTtNO. At Bat. Bum. Bat Tilt: PerCt. Brooklyn. 1313 233 401 .284 Opponent. 1472 220 331 .239 TEAM nsLDixa Put Out. -tutiti. Xrrora. Per Ct. Brooklyn 1138 331 108 .937 Opponents. 1134 344 122 .934 Katiaaal Leagae tleeartf. i ' F I ' ?! i i r I: I, ! I ! 1 11 j p Ji ' I Baltimore. i... 3 1 21 S 8 4 2 41 1 2 4 29 Boaton....' 0 ...j 21 0 8 0 4i 3 4 2 2 88 Cincinnati.; 3 I... 4 4 0 4 0, 1 3 3 0 23 NewYork.1 0 01 01. . Ol 2 1 81 3 3 -I 4 20 Pnlla , 0 2 I 3 .. i 3 1 2' 4 4 o 3 21 Brooklyn. 2 03 0 0...I I, 3, 1 1 2 4 21 Cleveland. 1 1 1 1 3, 1 ...' 0 0 3 3 3 19 Pltttburg. 0 14 2 4 2 0 ...I SO 2 1 19 LoultTllle 0 1 0 2 I1 8 2 2 ... 2i II 3 17 Cblcago.... 1 1 21 2 21 2 0, 0 0 ...I 3, 3 Id Wash ... 1. 2 0 Ol 0 I 0' 2, 1 2 ...' 4 II St. Loult. ' 1 Ol 0 0 01 2 0 ij li 1 1 ... 8 Oameelott. 9,12 UJlB 20'19'20i20 83l23l7li33 Atlantic larne. AT nWASLX. Reading 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 3 4 hewark 00000200. 2 7 2 UAttCIlLa aiuuio uiu &iDKiix,vvUUUiWUIiau. AT riTkkSOI. .HI. Lancaster. 0 00200000 02 B 2 Peterson 0 00000101 13 9 1 Batteries Callahan aad Werte; Ylau and Weitlaxe. THE KkCOab. ft? '' ' 15 H I 3 MLlLtt'tL1! Lancaster 4, 2 2 1 8 8. A, 21 Pat raon 3 ..I 4 3 3, 4, i 8 2.1 Newark 0 2 .. 4, S 4 4 2'21 Norfolk 2 3 4.., 3 3 3 219 Athletics 1 8 3 3 .. II 6 420 Hartford 3 31 4 3 ll. I 3 4 81 Richmond 8 HI 1 3 2 31 3,18 Readies Bl 0 0 0 4 4 1 14 Qam"e7"lott 17 IB 16 lb" T'a'38 34 1 Eastern League. at scrruo. Buffalo 8 81010011 111 17 8 Providence..! 30001310 313 18 3 Batteries Souders and Smith; Braun and Dixon. AT KOCHESTKK. a. n. x. Rochester 1 0 10 10 0 0 14 10 2 Wllkesbarre 1 0030030. 3 US Batteries Gannon and Frary; Coakley and Qondlg. at svaaccik. a. h x. Syracuse 3 0 10 0 0 3 1 ..7 10 1 Springfield 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 9 3 Batteries Halarkay and Ryan; Mains and Duncan. the r.rcoRD. cur, i. i t'li r, tl' i, i J.-i Ji.ll 111!! i. Buffalo t 4, 4i 41 Si si :i 3 34 Syracuse 0' ,. l! 4 41 ai s 892 Bcrantun 2i 3' ,. V 2 1 4 17 oifliiiHiiriu,, ,,.......(. t A u ..' a; a u 4 in Rocheeter Si Ol 3 2 ..1 4 4 1 17 Toronto 31 2 8 I, 3 ., 1 3 14 Provldenoe 21 1 1 3 1 41.. 4 HI Wllkesbarre 0 0 1, 2! 4 2 2 .. 11 Oames lost lli'lllflj'lBi20 2021 lt! Other Game. AT WEXllAWKkX. WeltN.T.r. C...1 0 10 0 0 8 0 04 8 3 Derby 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 01 B 8 Batteries Boldt and Lsmsr, Kennedy and Brennan. AT B0B0KKK. Iloboken 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 08 Genuine Cuban (Hants. , 0 0014100, 4 Batteries McOee and Burke; Itoblnion aad Jordan. at co.xcsirAW, Erie lUllroad 1 3 4 8 B 3 ..17 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1 0 0 B 0 0 28 Batteries McCabe aud Proof; Welsh sad Tuesday. AT SECACCVS. Irontlde 8 3 0 0 0 18 7 0 IB 18 i Amerlcui A.A00OU0000 0 0 B12 Batteries Deegaa and O'.Se II; Ileytler and Btanaard. at suoAkA cxmcksmr. a. h. g. Niagara 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 B 11 13 14 Uornilltvllle.,.7 16 0 0 0 10 ,. IB 14 0 Batteries-O'Brien and Ford; Ryan and Dillon; Ryan aadSneehaa. ' ' ' at AKiaoss risk. Bay Ridge A. C, .3 10 0 0 10 1 0 0 14 YonkersA.A 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 8 S Batteries Fellr. and Horsey Amber and Roe. at wintimscko. WllU'm-b'f A.C.8 0 0 4 B 0 1 0 01 fs & Howard A. 0....B 030000007 B 3 llatteries lUlly and UnlhuU) lfrlU and Pelch. at mriic IVewark a. C... 3 10 114 4 1 8 1 Union A. C 0 001410007 at wtuxr rotrr. wnieu potai 1000001 e 4 XanerA.C 1 1139 T-34 17 3 Batteries RUey and Carroll i Dunnlgan and Oldfleld. at cnrcAoo noascio. a. n. k. CWcago Calons 38004000 014 12 o Cuban X Olaau 300 101000 8 94 Batteries Moor and a Jackson; Shaw and W. Jackson. AT CBKAOO AfTSJaOO. a. it. c Cuban X OUsts 3 0 3 0 4 10 1 014 11 8 Chicago Calona 40010101.. 14 2 Batteries fielden and Williams; Holland and root. At Stapleton Mlmtrel, 13: Texlne. 18. At Buahwtck Para Oak A. C lliOak P.C 9. At Westrheater-Atlaata A. C, 28; Deaf Mates, 8, At Flushing Bsyttde Stan, Mi Manaaatett, 2. Here Canaee an antarnUiy, at abELrm niXD. . n. c AmerTfortr.C.l 00000010 14 10 DenUurA. A 30308030 ..13 8 4 Batteries Ryder and Peters; Zledler and Leonard. AT MOJrtCLAl. - a. n. K. Montrlatr 00308000 412 IB 4 Manhattan .. 133001000 8 10 4 Batteries Tlrreil and Wool; Byrnes and Dowd. At Brooklyn Arsna A. a, 14; Xllllamsburt A. .. - Baseball Game T-Day. satiohal Lkaack jlvd uiaicjL.v assoCTATtcre. St. Louis at New York; Cblcago at Brooklyn; Cincinnati at Bottom Lmurvliie at Mainmort: Cleve land at Pniladelpnta: Pltttburg at W atmngton. casTxas Lxaace. Provldenca at Baffalot Springfield at Toronto; Wlikesoarre at Rocbeeter; Scrauton at Syramsa. ATUasTtc tccacr. Newark at Paterson: Athletics at nartfordi Nor. folk at Lancaster Richmond at Retain. OTHC OASES. Bmwn vs. Ualvcritty of Pennsylvania, at Provf deace; Merlden vs. Waterbury. at WaMrbnry. Baaeball Xalea. Orlffln hit saftly only once fn th last five games. Oleaaon has stolen serea base la IBs last eight games. Three errorless game have baea played by th Brooklyn. In tbe lat fourteen game Davis has mad seven teen errors. Tbe Pittsburg! bare wen only ea gam on their Eastern trip. The New York bar mad tea or mora hits In elghteea games. Only one error has been made by Anderson la the last alj teen garnet. Six bits in tbe latt tea games shows thai Joyce ls not battlLg up to the mark. 3eorg Smith may resume playing la this after noon's game at Eastern Park. S. A. Divide the total number of games won by tbe total number won and lost. Orlm, Shlndle. OrlRln, Anderson. Jones, aad Lav chance are tbe only Brooklyn players to mass four htra fn An. .. Tne Brlgbtoa A. C has July 8 and 4 open for a reasonable guarantee. Address N. Brickfield, 272 Cleveland ttteet, Brooklyn. Although the Brooklyn club has serea pitchers on the pay roll. Mtnager Baral relies mostly on Payne aad Kennedy to win garnet. In the ten garnet played at Eastern Psrk sine the Brooklyni returned bom tbe opposing teams bare scored only 29 runs, test tbaa tares to a game. Tbe freshman elaaa of Manhattaa College has or- ' ganlxed a team Tor June, and would Use to arrange , garnet with fremmen teevrot of coiieeet la thU vi. einlty. Tbe team la made up of tbe following play ers E. Johnson, pitcher. J. Condon, catcner; D. i Dougherty, first bate; J. Sullivan, second base; O. , Oolden. abort stopi T. Naogbwn. third bate; T. Coir, right netdt w. McLaughlin, centre field: a. Manning, left ntld. Address P. Marram. Mannat- ' tan College. j Cricket. The standing of the clnbt In the race f ot the pen nants ot the Metropolitan Dbtrlct Cricket League and I the New York Cricket AsaartAtlon U as follows xkTacroLrras leascx. i Won. Lost, per Ct ITon. Jsf. Per Cf . X. J. A. C 1 0 1.000 staten I'd SI ftea Manhattan 2 1 .884 New York 0 3 .000 Drawn Games Sf J A. C, 1 , Staten Island. 1. JEW TOa CIOCXXT aSSOCUTIOV. ITon. Lett. PerCt Wan. Lett. Per Ct ' Peterson 3 0 1.000 St Oorje't I 1 .300 Brooklyn. 2 1 .Bf8 Kearney 1 2 33.1 X J A C 2 1 .888 Manhattan I 2 .3.1.1 Kls;sC'o 1 I 300 Columbia 0 3 COO fbe Australian team ot baseball players and crick eters wUh to arrange a match with an sll-Nw York crt'ker team under the auspice of tbe league and tbe bavretary has ten Instructed to commucl-ate further with the Australians manager regarding a conteet. Arrangements have been made for tbe gome to be played at Staten Ulead on Jun 28 between repreten tative teama of tbe New York Cricket Asata-tatlon and the Metropolitan District rncket League. K- T. Rokely will be the aptaln cf the lea-i.e tam. The eleven will be atlecte'l from these player RT Roke ly. A E. Paterson. II E. Jackaon. ll. X. Towasend. and W S R. OgltbT, -taten Island C C H C W nrtt. F F Kelly, C P Hnrdltch. J F Curran, H C Clarke. and W D Rlckle. N J A. C . II Tattrrsall. J Adam. F J IrrndrKaat. and E B Kay. Manhattans A. Webo, W V. Hughes, and E. A bkyne, .Se Yorkj. OARS3IEX OX THE U A BLEST. Haay Crews Still la Tralaiac-HaekeT's Fast nile. There was a great deal of rowing on the Uar lem Itlver yesterday, and much activity was shown at all the houses. A party of from twenty to twenty-five went to College 1'olnt from the Atalanta house for dinner and to play a game of baseball. Two clght-oared shell crews and two four-oarcd gig crew s from the same club tool: a cruise up the ri er, while their doubles and singles were in constant use, as was t.m r cm ..(hfl f sinm Cta tirtt, a Thn rft.i.ff. of tho Atalanta club have decided to enter tho senior elght-oared crew in the People's and Na tional regattas. Cant. Canhan of tbe Nonpareils took an elght oared shell crew up as far as tbe ship canal. I'reildcnt Kelleherof the Metropolitan linwing Club was tho coxswain of an eight-oared barge cre which went up as far as the Cut, and he Is thinking nf entering the men In the Valencia rea-ntta. The Wyanokes were quite lively, and a fplnted brush took place between the six and eight oared barges. The members of tbe latter are training for tbe Valencia regatta. The Wyanokc nlso have a Junior four, an inter mediate four, and a junior single In training. The members of the Credent Honing Club aro S laced at a slight inconvenience at present, as e scow upon which the house is built sprung aleak during the early part of last week and sunk into the mud, letting about three or four feet of water In on the main floor at high tide. It had to be mmed back about fifty or sixty feet. The llnal handicap race among tho members of tho Nnsiau Boat Club for a new Hitddlck shell, presented by President Marsh, was rowed on the Harlem Hirer on "-Saturday, and the t.mo made by Lester Mackey, the winner, is the fastest mllo tbat h-wCier been rowed ocr the ll.irlem Itlver course in a single shell. There wereonlv four starters: frank Smith, wltha hnndirnp of it; seconds; Harold Ciearman, vsith 3d seconds, while Lester Mackey and Dr. Davis started from scratch. Tho time was 5 minutes 3:1 seconds. The First Bohemian Boat Club started its Junior elght-oarrd crew in training jestenlay for the anuunl spring regatta of the New Kngland Bowing Association, which is to he held on July 5. The Harlem Howlne Club will start a Junior double, O Connell and Trier, and Its senior four oared shell crew. Aman, Maher. Nagle, and Hit ter. In training this evening for the People's regatta. Crews Iteel at I'oogbkeepele. Pot-oiiKEEFSlE. June 13. This was a day of rest with the members of tho three crews now practising for their coming boat races. Tho Harvard 'arslty men went out to spend tho day with Jtobert Perkins, n graduate of Harvard in '81. They boarded tho launch nnd wcro taken to Mr. Perkins's place, about eight miles aboro their quarters. Tbere was no rowing by the crews to-day, ex cept that Columbia had so-, eral of her oarsmen out in pair-oar boats, simply for pleasure. About five minutes after the Columbia boys reached their quarters on Saturdays cning, two clergymen culled and Invited Iho members lo attend church to-day. Oue was n Baptist nnd the other an Kplscopalian. 1 be to) s did not go to churih, hut plated baseball In a field near the quarters. Coach Ward of Pennsylvania and Coach Cowles of Columbia spent the day rigging tbe boats of their rrspectlvo crews, Tho people of this city are Indignant over the arrangements made about the ohncrvation train. It seems that no cars havo been reserved for them. 1 ale's Crews Sailer? Coach Cook. QAI.E4 FERRY, Juno 13. Clear and cool weather fa -i orcd Yale's oarsmen to-day, except for a brief interval, when a thunderstorm chased all bands Indoors. Members of both crows, accompanied by Bob Cook, went down to New London in the launch lu tbe morning and again after tbe rain in the evening. Tho noted coach expressed himself as thoroughly satisfied with tho progress tho crcwi bnd nindo since they arrivod at Onlcs Ferry. They havo not lost a day's practice. The criticisms hinting tbat Cook has made a mistake In not training his crews on the Hudson Hlver are read by him with a smile, which Is Interpreted as meaning that he did not bring the crews here without giving due deliberation to the subject. Baeeaall, Eastern Park, 4 p, M, Ta-Day, Brooklyn vs Chicago. Admission, 23c.and 50c A4v. Baaeball, Pel Craaasts. T-Dy, P. H. , Hew York vs. St. Louls-atde. NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. HOLIDAY CYCLISTS rZVAL TXTO TUE COVXTJIY Jir TIIOVSAXDS. lalansl and ffeaala Resorts Tkraatre Clan Ribs lo Many palate elbar liramerman Reel on m Past Hair Jllle Brokra Claaa YTarrle rtroeklya Rider Raate aad Xatr. The sovereignty of the wheel was in evidence throughout the metropolitan district yesterday, and it would take a lightning calculator all his time to figure up the thousands of riders who were abroad from sunrlso to sumet, and later. They were out In clusters, ranging from tho private family party to the formidable club ag gregation, and all apparently enjoyed them selves to the limit. The welcome jump la tem perature brought about an appropriate trans formation In costume, and tho unsightly but useful sweater gave way to neat feather-weight outfits among the men, while tbe blcyclo girls rivalled the buttercups nnd daisies in refreshing daintiness. Houtes without dust and a temper ature Just warm enough to mako the brccics pleasant contributed to an ideal outing, and every popular resort, from the sylvan recesses of New Jersey and the Annexed district to the sea washed limits of Long Island, attracted delega tions of merry pilgrims. The clubs of this city dhided their attention between points on Long Island and In New Jer sey. A large party ot members of the Century Wheelmen role over to Pompton Lake and a delegation of Greenwich Wheelmen visited Passaic Falls. A run to Greenville was taken by tho Msrion Wheelmen, while the Yorkville, Pequod and Hoscobel Wheelmen rode to Pater son. Members of the Harlem, Bedford, and Kccentric Wheelmen held outings to Hockaway. The Marion Wheelmen rode to Maasapeqaa and the Mlncola Wheelmen visited Hoslyn and Hempstead. A run was held by the Ascension Cyclers to Amltyrtlle, and tha Fleetwood and Hoyal Arcanum Wheelmen wooed the breeze and festivity ot Coney Island. The Brooklyn cycle paths were crowded, a usual, but the excellent condition of Fort Ham ilton avenue, which connect with all the new macadam rosds In the vicinity. Induced many riders to take that mute. Coney Island was filled with riders, while hundreds visited Bath Beach, Bay Hidge. and Fort Hamilton. ' The Brooklyn Club riders held some runs through Staten Island, over the Hudson connty Boulevard, and to points on Long Island. The Hudson county Boulevard was a!o in great de mand, and the routes through htaten Island were largely patronized. aUll,-4? llUCtl AAA C'JSAJla -VUUU Vt. IlliriSViJU complain that the side streets adjacent to the asphalt thoronghfarcs leading to the park and the outskirts of tbe city are strewn with broken glass, to the great detriment of riders. A mem ber of a prominent club. In talking about the distribution ot broken glass around the streets, said yesterday: , "I find that a great many nden who live on the park slope complain of the glass on the side streets, and manv walk a blok to reach the atphalt to avoid the chance of a purcture. The danger is caused by broken bottie. and thoae responsible should exer t v mo.-r are." The annual meet of the New York -'ite divis ion of tbe L. A. W will behe'.dat siratogaon June 21 and '."J. under the usplre of the Good Hoads Associi'.on. The programme will be; Juna 21 Imataar One-mile ojea quarter mile Ststr- championship, cna-mile h.ta-tl'-ap r.ve-rrlle State championship. Professional Ila mile open, oue-ratle baall-ap. June i Arne:earOne.m!!e opa3. half mil State championship half mll haedt-ap. one-mile State ebampl'.nahlp. Prufejsr;al One-mlleopan. two-mile handicap. Kflorts ar being made to etablish a club oa a large- ale uptown for the exclude u and enrcnience of heelnten. The location selected i'ntthc aouthwestfrn approach to the Central Bridce over the Harlem Iliver, whleh forms the connecting links t-trnthe :?venth and Je rome avenue rout-, ll 1 propo-ed to erect a bulldin? equipped with baths, gymnasium, lock ers, billiard, recept'on. d!nin- and sleeping apartment", and imple storage for wheels. The scheme a!o embrace 'he promotion of bicycle meets and other sporting entertainments. PntLADELPm . June 13. Arthur A. Zimmer- i man made a wonderful showing In the race meet of tbe Catle Wheelmen yesterday at the Tioga track. He rode a half mile in 55 1-5 sec- I ond. which closely approaches Johnson's work for the track. " Zimrm was warmly welcomed. The "quad " nu-e between teams repreacnt'ng Philadelph.a and New York had to be declared off. Twice the Philadelphia men mounted for a I trial pln, but taith times their nuchme broke. Good time was made .n all the events. Philadulpiiii, Jane 13. Three hundred wheelmen who siar't-d from Newark at 5.30 o'clock yesterday murnlng lo make a run of 101 miles to thN cii finished their journey last evening. The leaders patM tbe laat checking post In the ouUkirt of the city at t" 55 o clock. They were paced from Bristol, twenty-three miles, by three young women. The tragvlers in the rear were all in by 30 o'clock. Ma-'.er Benner. the eight vear-old mjii of ' Pop ' Henner. , a wet! known local wheelman, came in at sJO i o clock, establishing a record for a juvenile. Lomjov. June 13. The interna'ional profes sional bicycle rice of two ity-four hours, which beran in fLe Crystal Pal-ue at 9 o clcv.k on Sal urdi eteninj, wis won by Patterson. Hecov ered 50J miles and Jso laps. The Ajax Cvclcrs of Jersey Cl'f Heights held their annuil centurv run yesterday to Paterson. There were over 15o starters, lac luding Mr. i White, the uell-knoun ccnlur rider ot this city. The other w iman contestants were Miss Murphy. Mr. Will. am Parmer, and Miss Co banks, all of Jcrey City Heights. Miss Murphy I rode on a tandem with C. Parkin-, one of the pacemakers. The other pacemakers were Cjpt. Phe-lan, F McDonald, and J. Taj lor. The 1 Juvenile Bic.xie Club, coninced of school boys residing on Jersey Cit Height, won the banner for being tbe best represented i ' cluh. They turbed nut Oftv ttrong under the i leadership of Cpt. Trcnner. and made a fine i appearance In their nhttcdui k pants and polka dot sweaters. Owing to the good ruAds and fine I weather, all the riders finished. Kach received i a silver senrfpin, the deiign being a bicycle. I The club rejirecnted In the run were the i Ianthia Wheelmen of Harlera. Hudson County. Clio. Arcanum, Niantic, lUjonne, and Iroquois Wheelmen, and Defender Bicycle Club. i ROl'TLi I flobo. Brooklyn. To wneel to Schoharie. N. Y., i tase the route to Calstltl nubltsned In Tils. Sl'i this I morntc as rar at Hudson. leaTe the latter place ' via Fourth street to tbe tumrlxe and direct to Stockport; then En to btujsesant Falls anJ lake the furuplka to Klntlerhooa. turn to th left and folio sue post road to I'lue drove, and wnrn about four and a half miles out. after crossing: two smalt brl ues, turn to tne rtcbt at tne wlllowtreet to loo Rotton turnp'ka and direct to srhudae Centre; con tlaue to urreubush ssd last elrrei.busn and cross t tne river on so un brl lae to Aibauy: leavtnc At bany rile out State street to Wasbluston Par anl dirrct thrnucn !larirtt?. Sllncerucd. ard New Siotlvnd to New Salem; ride over nelderbur- Xlouniatn to Fs-t Rerbe; thej ro to Uerne and dl reel inrouxu U est licrne and Ualluprille to 'cho. harle. Charles J. Ilolsten. To ride to Rethel, Conn., take the ruute lp New Hitrii. pubtlthr! lu The si-v tb.s mornina, as far as NoruaKi rrom this point turn o tbe left and co to soutn U'llion: thsn ride to Wllinn and direct tnroun Cannon, Oeorgetoxn, and raticbrule u Beimel. K. II, 11. In rbllnx to New IUm. Conn.siart lua fiom liftyntntn tiraet and Ftchtn avrnua, co tbroucn Central Park to uetb street and Lenox i avenue, then ride in Ivotn street and turu to tne I rlehlrount Mount Horns Part: to Fifth avenue, to l'J3tn street; rollow the latter cros Xallsou ave. nue brldse and tiirouxb UMb street to tbe Soutbern lloulerardt then so to Weslchraier avenue and di. rect to West Chester, cross tne urM.e aud take tbe left fork, keeping to the left of Ptlnam road one roue; tnen turu 10 me leu an I laae.iue reinam road acroat bridie, tat city Islaat aud Traert Island to New Rocnellt: from ttie junction of statu and Huguenot slreats a New Rochelle follot tbe lurunise to Ijirchmont and direct to Itamaroueck; j rollow tbe post road tnroucb I'.je to tne Kostun roadhouai; then turn to flit left and take the turn Bite to Port Oesier; leave Pciri.cnetter by war of atn street to the Priam River bridie; crest the i Urllse aul take tne turnpike up hill and tntn fnl low lb. Post roa I to Ureena-tcn: continue to Mam ford, Uarien. Norwalc. and south Norwalk, cross tbe raihoad at tne sttitjn und follow tbe Bbore roal to bauxatiick Church, nea the ral'road; then take Riverside avenue to the Weittort draw, bridge, cross itie bridge straight ahead to Soutb. port and direct through halrnellto Uridieport, at this point cross the river aud follow tne turn, pike from Stratford to Mllfnrd. and thence via Usrwlu't Point and Writ Haven to New .lav en. A. C. Palratr. In riding to Kllserlrld. Coun.. take the route lo licthel. Conn, published in Tux srs tblt mornlns; far at liranchvllle; from this point turn to the left to Rldceneid. Fraak V. f. 1). To ride rrom Doitun lo thlaeltr o tbrough lirUhton and past the Chrstnut Hill reservoir to Neatou Centre, tbrn rile to Newton Lower Falls, Uclte.lt), hatlck, Soutn Farmincton. and Southboro, coutlnue to Nortuboro and dlrsct Ibrou.h snreersbury. Worcester, Cherry Valley, and Leicester to Spencer; from Spencer ride to Hillsdale, North Rrookneld. Furnace Milage. Hard, wick, and Orce-wien vnuze, and then au tnrouxb Oreenwlchtown, Jielchertown, aranby Centre, lour Corners, tiranby, and bomb Holler to South Hadley Falls; cross the river to Uoijnae and con. tlnue to Lone lleadow, Knflsld, and Springfield; leaving the latter place there It a snort hill and at the top turn to tbe left to Warehouse l'ointi rollow Main street to Cast Hartford and cross tne river lo Hartford; then fake Quaker lane to Farmlnstou avenue and turn to the runt through Klmwood to Neainzton, from Newlngion turn lo tne right to Mew Hrltaln and then go to Herlln; continue lo Her. Iden, end at tbe railroad bridge turn in tne rum to Yaletville; leaviug tbe latter place ride tnrougu Wallingford, Houni Carmel. and Centrevlll to New Haven. Prom this point reverse tbs rout to New Haven published la fill 8c tnlt morning. -V7. ft. Rlcnxrai.-ln rldlst to Waxwlc, M. T take th tout lo Vostoa via th DevVthlr mils, published In Tn ST yesterdav. at far a atlttoai Ihen ro to New Wilton 1 dlroct lo Warwick. r. VT. U. In rldmg to nunttntton, L. L. go to in Tblrty.rou'lh street ferry anl cross la Long Island Cltyt then rid to Woodttd snd direct througn west riuthinc. Pinsblng. nuthlag nelghls. and Pavstde to Doutlattont continue io Utile Neck and Itoslynt leaving the latter place, ride through oreen vale. Cedar swamp, Brookvtit, aad East Norwich to riunttagton. Syo. To wbeel lo Cataklll. J. T uk lb rout to Boston, vi tne Rerkthlre nitU, published la Tne Srs yesterday, as far as roughkeepalei leaving the latter place follow lb turnpike to Hyde Park and direct througn Staataburg. Rntnebeck. Red Hook. Coper Red Ilouk. and Clermont to Bne stores; at tbe hot.l lorn to lb left to XcRlnitryvllle and di rect to nadsont frumHlrdson tak the boat to Cats kill. Tor a itocotag point you tnould suit your own convenience. . . . William II. luchan.-ln riling from Seabrlght to Prln.-eton. N. J., so to Red Bank and Ihen lo Mat, want continue to Spotserood and Monmoutb Jane Hon: rrom this point ride to Princeton. Header of Tag scv. In rldmg to Montelalr. X. J., from Last Tentb street, crest over tn Wett Twenty third ttreet and tae the ferry to Jersey City and go throuth Exchange place to nodson i reel: lot low to York street and direct to Henderson street! crota over to Slercer ttreet and ride to the fludton County Boulevard: lotlow tne latter to Newark plank road an 1 direct to Newark! from this point follow Bloomfleld avenue to yiontculr. r. W. X. To ride from Urooklia tn New Bruns wick. N. J., las the annex rerrr to Jersey Cttyl then rtd tnruugb Exchange place to nudton ttreet; follow to Tor street and direct to Henderson ttreet; cross over to Jter-er ttreet and go to th nudton County Boulevard . follow the latter to tha Newark plank road and direct to Newark! from tnlt point tase rrellaghuriea vnue tn Ellsabeta and then go direct tbrnugh Rahway aad Metuchen to Near Brunswick. The distance Is about thirty five miles. N. W. la riding to WHtUmebrldgs from fifty ninth ttreet and Boulevarl gv througn Central Park to 110th ttreet and Lenox avenuei then rid to 170th street and turn to the left around Mount Korrts Pars to yifm avenue, to 13Sta street, rid throurh tne utter ttreet across Hadlion avenue bridge and taen through lSitn street to tbe South ern Boulevard: turn tn tbe let and take the Boule. vard to Westchester avenue aad direct to tne old Boston rodt follow tne latter througa Eronxdal to Bedford Pik and direct to Wllllamsorldge. W. J. Wilton. Tne route to Port Jervis tnrough Htdlletovrn ll about as direct mm any we know of. NOTES. Chief Consul C-reker of tec New Jartey division of tae L. A. .V. baa appointed J. H. Ktdlgan local eontal for lforrlttown. The Bra-lb-jry Cfcle Onb has been formed la Brooklya vttb the following offlcert: Preatdeat, C. 3. Lacun: Vl-e-PrisIlent. T. O. amlth. Jr.: ala cordin Secretary. C. w. Hollow tr: Corretpom-ItnA' Secretary. Mis s. E. Martini Treasurer. 1. . row. ell: Captain, a. XeElwee; Lieutenants, a. L. Smltts and H. N. pakenbam. Tbe r.xcettioe Bieycla Clan of this etty wm guar, tlctpat tn the bicycle parade ta b htM at Bridxe port on July 5. The Bruntwick Bicycle Cub wHl held rc on th Xetuebea road Jalr S. Orrat mterett tt msaifeeted by road riders ta ta doubte-century run o. tho Xanhastaa Btcyel Claa to b. bald on Joit lu aad 11. Tt Pu)yal Ar-asum Wnaelmen of this etty win bold the fottnwta runt during the mota of Jaiyr 4. City Itlaal: S. Tonkert, it. Kmys. 19, oreenvtite T. Lynbr-vok. Coopar. Ba.d. aa-i Klter will rids at Phfla-lelphl on Juu- zn -t tbe race tseet of the soutn Ead Waetlmei. Tne P.!eanrae Wbealmea wfll hM rc meet on July 5. The evanu wui Inclid one mile, nov Icr on mile, tcrarcb one mtle. Handicap, nve mi:es. hAEdlup. Patrlea cioae oa June te wtta j. R. Eauer. faicaogue. Tae coaxress wteelmen of Newark wfll huM a century run next laavtay. Tne second ar.ncal century nn of the Proepees Wbeelmen of Newark waa bell yesterday to Ner Brastwtcr. Tnre were ninety partirtpaats. Ta start waa made rrom miltarr Park. Nearark. ax S-10 o'etocc tn tbe morning aal toe riders rtaml at H o'clock last algar. Kr wueoa was the only woman ta tne gateerina. She set tne pace ea tba return from New Uruaswtck, and tr. rMers were eompelle-l to exert tQemecivet. All except foor Ilnuaad. Two of tne latte pun-tared tne'r trres, and the otner (wo fell. Ta pcmAeers oa tee outwarltrlp were W. 0 Apgar, Z. HoSmaaa. T. W. Taompans. and W. Davit. Sportsman's tSoods. '95 NEW MAJESTIlX CLOSING OUT AT $2J.00. nivTKETC CAVfEntS. lis Se,.oo VIOVJTSI K S 1S.OO TIIOKIIMTT 111 IS.OO riti'.Tiirit i io no uonuivjsnr kodiiu, g Mil io , s.oo SO. I KDDK S.OO laA.lIIUllTTTr IS.OO tig BIVK EICB OF TTIE ABOTI at tub pinres. sLicirrxr iiopironvi. HULBERT BROS. & CO., a COSTUMES AND OLTFTTS LW TOR EVERT KIND OF EPOET. LW SI S3 W 23D ST, Mf NEW TOP. JW i WE SELL VICTOR BICYCLES, ; NEW 1896 MODELS, O.V U PAYJfEXT OP AND 12 MO. -.a- nn I PAYMENTS OF S.00 V a WITH OXE TEAK'S OfARAXTEE. CALL OR HRITE I E. G. P. CO., ! ! ROOMS 60 AXD CT, THIRD ELOOR, ' 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. e 5ofejroors Open yivnday Erminff s 1 Until 9 o'clock. MY PRICESMAKE BUSINESS. I III l MU. TOR II ll 'llhl' vvnil, PlloriTa. SELL ONLV P" .CLlJ I CAS PFRxJNALLT OCARiVTlK. I IDBITIOS' To THE P U-TORY Gf VRA.VTl.l 5f Ijdlri BI. ycles, t-T Ml re. T1 gtxwlt. 0O lalliV Bl-y-lre. 830 Ort, rrg. ttOO guxls. 800 IJIa' )ra use, 845 OO, ret SI "Jsw.it. soo I n't hyracute. cioo ns $im.xls. 600 Mens bi-ilal. - Jl), rrv T3 io.ls 0lV lien a Vlniiirea. g.ti, teat rvi-te made New Rambler, gsu Llbertvt. tl.1. Itu.-brs. $3; so S CIIRIaT Hlllll.r. ti.la.' Single or Inner tut-e tire. 81 vv link Sa Idles, 81J5.Ko.itPumH.il-.- I-? K lev. It-.- svo .Hacdle liars. 81 .5 Toe e'llpi. 13c . t'est kind l.uMe Lamps .no Worll vw e,limax.8l3 Toth Cenury. M. A W , UaLner Ornn ude The llualcf I'vrlr aiorr. In lh Clly, WILLIS' PARK ROW CYCLE CO., 1.1 Pars. How, opp. Poat onicc. PRICESREDUCEDr Highest Quality Maintained. 1897 RAMBLERS S80 1897 ID-ALS S35 tO $75 GORMULLY & JEFFERY MTU CO. VJl-Via ntl.lITfl VS .NEAR 58TII NT . N V 31V PLAlBlll XV. IIP.uOKt.Y' Leainjtou e-yrie i'o , s esey St., .s V. JOhr RiCCIVr.1) PROM PvctORV, anotner lot of '96 CRAWFQROS, men's and women's new iS0 wheels, fitted with 1887 tires and cuarutred one year, wtlch ne wilt tell for caahpnt) at 50 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. Jui enlle Cr fords at preportlouate I rite's. IsuTi'raM forJs. Waverleys, I.vulhurtts sold on p.v-v pa J:T at t ami pkicls. Durant, tVicLean & Co., !09 Broadwa,N V isi:i llcdfonl ar Brooklyn. GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE." I, sua l.s lines' .mi uhtv, ajo.r.o, Ouarantrc.1, Name Plate. Ilrglenlc saddles, Ml 1ST UK Mll.ll THIS u KKH. ASTtilt sphe'lv.1,1 iii.uri Eli TO a IP9T UEI.I.IS. UEMIHOSM, NilRUlHllls 30 Reeoud hand Wheels t.i up Jutriilles lu up. III! XI UK IMS SI I. NONPAREIL CYCLE CO., 10 Barclay St., Near Perries and llroadivav -tlti'im"il SiO Down -85 per Month FOKTIIEDEST (SSUMIIKPI, HADE Special Inducements fur Cash. SEVER f. Ill NUtF.Il !' i TUMI M I E3 AT PP.ll E.1 lei MITH1 RV 1 h I.BXIcrill tlll.r III,, .'il E.ir.Y ST, and Lexltit;tt u av un 1 Jin tt CRESCENT BICYCLES. A tew drop frsne f fi models at a sacrifice. 6UITMH.I. FOR OIRIJ, MIai, OR WOMEN. Bole aiicnl for Huahea Adluttable lis,; Holder. KSMV l'A1.VBTB. Tata star. 89 BARCLAY ST. $yatimnn's (Saofls. ONLY A FEVT DAYS REMAINING ' ' ON OUR SPECIAL GUT TWO NianTS litis past week we ware slipim LL'inYS rrom oar storehouse all alht to keev ij with our orders. ONE WEEK MORE. ! ' The TRPMENDOCS HCCCXM onr lt 1 r vr 'it ha proved ha ootalned tne consent of M--eiS.v LCTIIT to continue the sale oC TheLuthy Wheel $150, CUT $no, FOR ONE MORE WEEK If yoi r!o not thoron-tMy nn(1vrtnil th rnrtc T pr.nclpl of mhaatoU ftnTKtmrUon rt 4 rrMctu M to DMai bl octntoa t,x th.U whl f..r r . i .,n i H niAkt tni clnu. VTZ LST THE WKK. S?E K y.ja 1 nRELf. I DnrtnthU wtlt at-ivwlt of $30 tH rrrt cm B for you, if jon lo ooc wua to pnrch.i-M c T-rt S B ll-vll orten mtut x caamaicl bj sooty I or Put Offln orief. H ZIMMERMAN, The World' Champion, CNVJUCrrXD.TTRrTES -rtUaa.l...lter1Sy th' -aesl wtuwt that h ever heen placed on the c.ark.t A tlaccx thowtltto t superior to anytaln i hav yel seea." nre p-ear -xirtrzi. chact rss with a "iNiLa) turn op titk crai e. iinLL psn OTia a, alas atlNCTZa. TRT TH CITHZR3. Read This: ta T-r of tlM 11fi.rnltt4 ftf v.htMf-x mtrrt fJ-lJilrn i to 'vUlrii rTTT 5 T wa. tfc B7T EICT T.E on Jw ttu-c-'t. THI.1 efAf-Urivl-Tii. t th opa-aln if tz trtni, 7riiitiT v-iwnn t m-it x encrvt' anil iliAiwt.f tnTeflijatliin, thrt rii.l rt whlain will tn aitflniii aort lM! -.- fwt-r u to hUa wu th- T7 iv-ie nitj tt maaCaf.sVtTir-M. . antwthat.tnrtlnir i3 cUim, ttoa-m ci oai7 h OVSL BEMT Wt rpr'eat-tl'T- .. tJurfirr. Jt3i U-uX ta j ti-ftanirs, arTa -lsirt ami (r'Kru v; ta-artsoa ti Ui i&ft i.i.nir maluM rtf nu, 4M fo'iml ta CUcir oxtAUifCm, -uirt u jr etiCiit by m-amfatnrn anit rrc-l wjiwlmfB. but inlraoTn tn any iriH nr-r-aiteHi a thu dean .a x-i a -rMUit- if tlurniairn iit. a.nt xamia.it1inji. ci cxAViMOCs vkra-itt if r t ax Ha.BTElb4 xztl&Xut'mXj 'AHi H.J ' :i wm ta far .r if bu -X t'UT VTi:iKI. imt wj biil tpoa irnrr ind vimfrr,i-it x.lln". in ev-fe-ry Prr t i nii""'im. ciyiitl -w'zit imrwt mil -acniItr tiliruu Spw ffirtUtu a gtihllnatlnn 'if t3i t- taIii cf ta- -a irai'TiT f cnac ai-JwOifnrttm. ,B but ruuirT In 3uwinit flinr tlaliT fl STR&- w ih u-Uit inon -nt. .PCiffiMH if a W Uav- anniftcr it pa.iCTIC.-Cia, woill-QLEC wno Hati 'laminrit tin aarnLuiici. FZATE.a-a if tUm LtTTHTT V-aoira. t-w of Cnaiaiirw'a KJLtiaUU'rir T HCC3ES. llJ Ximvx C CvzCrqm AXrsrZIS BX3UZX nalji TO 1 is a mark of tie TJerfcct aliga-B i W meat of the Pierce crcies, 3L jf and a source of delight to al I Pierce nders. It is the resslt of S I the expert designing, thorough 1 and skillfal construction, thit ffl ft have rJwavs distiagnished 1 jR and that make "Tried and M MB Tree" a fact not brag. 18 W raK Sfvi- " ess. -&. mi V, .--.. '"4 Chaaeaee lm. JjAR mr tTTowsrrou-isMBe. . r.uan.WH I laaMMavn if al iial jg 9L vct SC. 5 T ntfif I sJf-w-iaV-- v---a-V----aW-- -a. ---. g B.w-j-cle biriinj of the vr. S S That's hit the 1596 Wintons irj 5 2 it pn;es -e in now oSfnnj s $ 'i g Winton Bicycle Ca lSSCa5berBrret.X. T. Z OrndCiirleeeerSi.SB T. ft4 i Ills ae-iford Avenue. Brooklyn. V S Tactory, Clevalaod, Ohio. qs7J W & SBESTBICYCLi I ? OF THE YEAR. ? I Spaldino; Bicycles $50 New IF98 models Men's. IS i ' I IMT tirvs andl trfstv 5.3 1 ..". J anlee S.14 on t&.talliu nta ? . G. Spalding & Bros. Spa!. : 3 :.!l Co.j Uo-UO Nassau it. ' ' "' S A-RFf HAVENUE AUCT'OH ROOMS, t3 ."TH A WW. IL OHM'. iwaeer. HIGH CLASS BICYCLES AT AUCTION smoi, ji i: it. t i I1V UKUI'K i 1 l 1.1 mm nn.K sti 'i ti uit- to ot llt.lll.tUll.l K. vl lav Arolleellm if Women's an t M- - eU " Io.iel Mur.all A rUUt an' Han' - v;u' ' taiutn-all niolrru Inipruieni'nt. - ' " tf the liesl li heels In the tusravl l ;a pl lhe v III hrlu Dii exlilhltl n )Ionda rnoruin J te i , .IT IS 1 III II IIIIMI' .... i.ut'1 iirsnn i ' BICYCLES All HighCrado 1897 Moclols. ok iirru nit IVe move tin Monln June i " r ad quarters aud mull tbiu )uu -aii iai. , ' NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED EUREKA TRADING CO., ' 358 Broadways r.ui i'titiiii r ft r llll 11 I.Ks . utirale lie a.' s 4 Cy-"-r-- ' .Uh.r,d It ..r, m -u - tXnCK -ii in n M). -Hi; , M. SIOlKSIt s A mi" , UHand I." inaiuu rs st v rpiltES, 15 pair, t-est 'W7s. full warranty. l!NS".Aa L IZl BCllllIH CO., 10 CHS It. Aiuu waslesV t LaBawaaaatsStaBaVjaaaaaaBBBJatBaeaaaaVAaaaaaaaa