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B' I GOSSIP OF THE RUNNERS.
a bometuiko about the riEzn jtojj TJtE BVBVRBAX. Hjf Many or tho Highest EIa Morses Art) I'ndrr ff the Wmlbrr or Too lme to 0tartThe H (Inrn Nhonld Us l (load On. the Wt Horses Aro Sleety Bunched at the Weight!. I H Tho Suburban Handicap, ths third of tbo (rent n 9 Spring races for three-year-olds and upward, will j ' B be run to-morrow nt Shoopshosd Bay, vr hen tho ' IF Conor Island Jockey Club'a spring meeting; will B cpon. In former years tho Suburban was worth E as much as 917,500 to tho winner, but It has J m been pruned down until tho winner will receive ' m fO.000, tho second horse $1,000 and tho third K IS500. Tho raco for tho Suburban of 1807 save J k promise early in tho spring; of being a real good & one, as all of tho stars wore engaged. With I W the lapse of tlmo, however, a change came . v orcr tho scene and thcro will bo but fow sum JB; horses of high class seen at the post to- i &j morrow. Itequltnl la not ready to run. Hand. j A spring Is out of condition. Buck Ma3slo r V la broken down, Halma, Flying Dutchman, and ' M Cllffonl, a trio of magnlflcont cripples, cannot ' bo wound up for tho strain of such a contest, fk and whllo thoy will undoubtedly bo seen in somo ;j I of tho shortor ovonts, thoy will not go in tho j i Suburban. Typhoon II. will remain at St. Loula 3 2 to run for the St. Loula Dorby, and Hastings Is I j in the sama condition as Handspring. Consa- ffil $ quently tho field must come from Ben Brush, m I First Mate, Dutch Skater, Semper Ego, Peep o' Day, Sir Walter, Lako 8bore, Havoc, Bolmar, Vol. ffi 5- ley, Howard Mann, and Tho Winner. Ben Brush 5 g lathe topwelght at 123 pounds, and after hbi raco f, on Thursday, when h beat Belmar so easily, tho best Judges on tho track were of the opinion 1 m that the sturdy little son of Bramble would Is, $ win the Suburban. Tho llttlo horse hod been If; Buffering all spring from a troublesomo splint, 15 I which scorns to have yielded to treatment, al lij A though a number of those who saw him work li' yesterday morning woro of tho opinion that ho 16 , did not go any too smoothly or Boundly after ho ,' f pulled up. Brush has coma to hand remarkably d quick, for tho fastest work he had shown ud to vj k hlB recent races wus a mllo In 1:18. Then ho was beaten a head in a mile and a sixteenth in k I 1:18m, and on in 1:4134 for tho mile. Yester m g day morning he hod his Until move for to-inor-if 9 5 row's prize, golne n mllo and a quarter in 11:13. SK "i B"(1 stioIng tired at the end-u by no means ? & bad sign and nn Indication which will not causo B any of his follow era to weaken on him. S ft. Charles IIukucs, who trains First Mate and M'n ii Semper Kro, said yesterday that bo did not K ' jif knuw which of his candidates ho would sond to 4 'A tho post to-morrow, liiaspeody big horse. First j f Mnto, which Is handicapped at 110 pounds, ft sp looks very woll and worked a very smooth mllo IT 8- yeBterduy morning In lMS'a with Joo Schorrcr a" t In the saddle. No horso that goes to tho post to- $ morrow can outrun this handsome son of Fonso f -1 and Shipmate, and had Scherrer let the big horso W K down there is no telling how fast he could have fV Jt gone tho first part of the journey. Tho other MR S Bromley candidate. Semper Ego, worked e 9 a clover mile In 1 :45. Taral liked this horso very f. 8 much after bis raco tho other day, nnd there Is fcf no doubt that the halt brother to Kaloolah Is a f i murh better race horso than he has shown In tho East. Bv tho way, ho is nearer than a half M. S brother to Kaloolah, as ho is by a son of Long- ft 'f fellow nut of Kaloolnh's dam, while Kaloolah i was by Longfellow, llnlmawnslntcndodfor tho jf i. Suburban, hut, liko those other good sons of v Hanoi er, Hundspring and Buck Mosslc, ho i i cannot bo prepared. Since his last raco. : when ho beat Brandywlns n head, ho mm'i. " has been closely watched by Trainer mmk i Tucker, and it was all but decided yes K i terday that It would be useless to start him. V g Pittsburg Phil Is playing a very strong hand i a with Belmar. Tho winner, and Howard Jlann. 9 i If tbo weather Is flneand the track good, Belmar I -'J nnd The Winner trill be his candidates; but it iu thero is mud and a heavy track, Howard Mann t&W will pick up his twolvo-pound penalty for win HH' nlngthe Brooklyn and try to annex tho Sub-5'- ,';. urban. Mti 7 But Howard Mann would probably find a I f stumbling block in his pathway in Lake Shore, wMi thnn which thero will bo no stronger played ? ' horso go to the post to-morrow, saving, possibly, f f Ben Brunh, the already chosen fnvorito, at a Hu i comparatively short price. Lako Shore's record S;, i in thu Brooklyn, his good showing since on a B; ; dry track nnd thofact that ho is in at 104 pounds, uMt, f have established him very strongly in the hearts WMi of tbo talent, and the chestnut son of Farandole K i will bu very heavily supported to-morrow. mm!'f. ; His work yesterday was a mile and a quarter In iB" ' Sil. accomplished vory easily. Thorpe, who H seems to be riding in good form just now, will magi I have tho mount. This horse is trained by David HI;' ' Sloan, and the stable connections are very cf sweet on him. Tod Sloan, in a bantering t way, however, on Thursday last. olTered 4 ; to bet $(100 that whatever no rode would r beat Lako Shore. Sir Walter, since the ft .' Brooklyn Handicap, has been at Morris t; i Park, far from the noise and tumult of racing, f f f which wears on this sensitive little son of Mid mmyt l lothiun and causes him to tret so much that ho Kj: '. wastes nnay to a shadow. His last tnova ft. for tho Suburban Is said to havo been a mile and i r a quarter in 2:113. He will bo brought to Wmj. Shcepshcad Bav to-day and will, of course, bo -; .'. ridden by Sam Doggelt. Dutch Skater will bo ci ' ridden by H. Martin. This horso is owned by , - William Jennings of Maryland, a turfman of I; ' the old-time couscrtatlvo school, and it would UW'l ; please many to see tho son of Dutch Boiler first Bf . past tho iwst. A mile and a hair in 'J:3!)3 yes b s tcrdav wasvery good, useful work, tho first mmfi t mllo and a quarter bring covered In J:122. Wm. , ' Pcnn had the mount. Father Bill Daly's Volley Kr - worked amilo In 1:10 with Martin Bergen In tho K f saddle, nnd nlthoui;h it has been announced i V, that Hewitt would rido the gelding, it would not ffr f bo surprising to find "Marty" In tbo saddle E' ; when uio time for tho raco rolls roundT Bergen ': '' is unusunlly clever In tho handling of n slug- ft ' gish horse of Volley's type, but it would tako 1 . considerable roiluclng for him to reach 00 i pounds. Volley's race In tho Brooklyn was j. rcallj'thc sensational featuro of that contest, f for, parsing tho stand the first time, bo i was fully sixty yards 1m bind tho loaders. ' A Desplto this handicap and tho fact that he J ran clear round his field, ho finished third t and beat all tho cracks. Havoc, the candldato f of Joseph K. Seagram, tho Canadian distiller, : I. did a neat pluco of work yosterdny. He was 1 ? very rank going to tho post and wanted to run all the way, being hard held tho first mile. Ho stepped off a mllo and a quarter in J;134, and , then went on nnotber furlong, the mile and three-eighths being reeled off in i!:S72. Consld ' eiing tho condition of tho track this work Is er- ' ccllcnt, and tbo pcacocky son of Hlmyar and Elletta has more than an outside chanco with lOiJ rounds in tho saddle. Maurice may possibly find his way to the post, but ho is not considered ' astartor at present. ' It will bo Been from the above that thero will ! bo a dearth of flrat-i-lass material in the raco. i Yet it is lust such a Hold ns may bring about a .' sensational race. At the weights and dlstanca I1 Uio field appoarsnlrcly balanced and tho crowd will be vntlsllod if thoy get u good contest and a ; close finish for their money. Everything points to a bumper crowd. Sheepsheod Bay is alwna 4 popular. It lspicturcsquoandhos someadvan cages of situation not enjoj ed by other courses, ' and Its meotlnga ahvujs nttract tho most fash. lonublo elements of society. Besides tho Suhiir ban,.tho first part of tho Double Kvant of $5,000 i for two-year-olds will be run to-morrow. . Horsemen havo already discounted this raco for John K. Maddcn's clinking good colt Ham mm burg, by Hanover, out of Lady Keel, and tho regal B . youngster will goto the post favorite incr his . T field which comprises as cltglbles Handball, t , Great Bend, Firearm, Previous, Frohman, ' George Kecne, Varus, Bowling Brook. Kitefoot. H' Bwango, Araloma. Arquebus andTho Huguenot. H ) lam burg and Bowling Ilrook of the good ones i will meet at oven weights, but tho others that ,, havo won must shoulder their ponaltlcs und try H to outstep tho bluzo-fate son of llunover. ' The meeting will ho continued on Thursday, I when the Dairy Stakes, for two-year-olds, at 11 vo I) furlongs, over tho turf course, and tho Swift Hi ' Stakcs.for three-year-olds, at seven furlongs, will , I be run. Octagon. On Deck, Hhodesla, Oleophus. jti Buddha, Blllall, Arbuckle, Nana IL, The Friar, H Cassconia, and KlLlns aro among the noinlua H tlons lor the Swift, which looks Uko a good , thing for Tho Friar If ho Is tent to the nost. The ' ' Foam Stakes, of $3,500, for two-your-olds, ' at ttvo furlongs, and tho Coney Island H B llnndlcup, at six furlongs, for tlirco-year-H mM olds und upward, will bu tho stuko foa- jB turcs of Friday's card. Orcnt Bend, Handball, Fiohmun, Vurus, Aratomu, Kitefoot, Abundant, I OT1 Gibraltar, nnd Lukewarm aro among tho nornl ,M! nations for tho former, while the urray of sprint h HI nt tulcnl in tho Coney Island llnudh ap is ainuc- ing. Hundsiirliig. First Mate, Hastings, Voter. 1 Gotham, Mi fiord. Havoc, F.lkliis. Hhodesla fr I . Typhoon II.. Ilrandywlnc, Merry Prince, Tho B 1 Hwaln, nnd Hugh Penny ure a few of tho prom 1 Inent nsjnos on the pages of tho progrummo Bf I, Joolc Typhoon II. won't bo horo In llmo to run, m I ) but thero nro other filers quite as upry as J. C. t I , Calm s bun of Topgollunt, although tho entire m I West has risen up to dccluro that ho is ' 1 , a wonder. All of which augurs great I M sport when hn. Ornnnitnt, Thu friar, Bl' B Don do Oro, Voter, Buddha, litnsselaer. H' and tho other good three-year-olds como , togothor later in the season. Tbo Zephyr Stakes, i of 9'AOOO, for two-ycaolds, over tho Futurity BV I course, nnd the Stirrup Cup, nfijil.fiOO, for three ! year-olds und vvyard, nru among iho good Bl things for SaturaaV Juno 'JO. In tho former K ki fre.J bo round Firearm, Bunders, Bluonway. BK Hsi' W"a,!t, Frohuian, Varus, Torstcuson, Fixed BV BBk bWr' Blarnovstone, and Tho Huguenot. Tho , k btirrup Cup Is at ouo mllo and a sixteenth and Bl, VBK calls lor gentlemon riders. Among tho horses Bl! HiBBBt SI'kLUo aro First Mate, bumper Ego,1r Walter Bl PWKn' UJ"S nfI,iUa.Jarile,"K1'?.rr.ler' formal, OUndo B'TfKKi St. Nicholas II., und Dr. Urlmes. uuuuu, Bl Wmi2mfm, . JJiilTl il.u VtV!' "h? '""Kl't '"r of the best BBHsaVfw borees In T. P. Hayes's stablo on Saturday and B19HBb f?ruadr. ""1, bir Vassarnnd Lukewarm, has. Bl WMMmWiM" U ' V,udcratood PUKhasod from M. F. Stepheu- mVmYf KdKyebleTnVir'k0OWU Porformer8. "" IK i 5 JlfS1! t.ror'a crnck ?"y Il,,od B- Is a full Bl'ln ,1.i?r to Tho Commoner. Iiofng by Hanover out HlaVL Knd " 8hoUratoa " highly IhEng. rrJTJT TJtoxTJsn ajtd facer. How tho Horsos Ar Worklar-Croto tho satlonal Crtfn Trotter. Tho heavy showers of Saturday night and early Sunday morning left tho Fleetwood track in such a heavy condition that anything in ths way of speed was out of the question yesterday, tho trainers confining themtolvcs to jogging and exercising work only, Thsprospoctof a monot onous morning did not deter ths loco road brigade from enjoying their usual weekly drive to tho Park to participate in '.he gossip over the events of the past week In trotting circles. The success of tho recent spring meetings, both In this city and Brooklyn, and the very evi dent revival of Interest In tho sport on tho part of the general public has thoroughly aroused the old guard from the lethargy which hod fall on upon them because of tho depressed state of trotting Interests during tho past two years, and there is now apparent a spirit of enterprlso and an enthusiasm such as baa not been soon tor years. The good weather of tho past week gave the Fleetwood trainers the opportunity they have boon long waiting for, and that they took good advantago of it was evident from tho constantly crowdod track. Tho hardest worker of them all was "Knapsack" McCarthy. Everyone of hlsblgstrlngcamein for a share of the hard work which is necessary to preparo them for tholr approaching engagements. Tho chestnut pacing mare Miss Jennings, 2:08, by McEwen, had several good work-outs close to 2:10, and the chestnut gelding Cadet; 2:14.1s, by the same slro, received a similar courso of sprouts about ten seconds slower, going one of his miles in company with PetoM,aneo's handy little brown pacer Green wood In 2:21s, and easily outfootlng the latter at tho end, " Knap " as a rulo is not asking for speed just yet. Elruor Stevens gave all the members of his outfit good preparatory work, cspoclally James L., 2:00ji, by Dexter Prince, Euretta, by Bayonno Prince, and Snip Nose, 2:21U, by Cyclone, all of which will start at the Lynwood, L. I., meeting this week. Tho pronounced success of Saturday's xnatlntfo and the remarkable enthusiasm with which Mr. Fuller's exhibition was received has caused tho managors of the Driving Club to tako under discussion the advisability of arranging a splen did matlaeo progrummo for tho occasion of the noxt exhibition of tho great teams. As tho offi cials thoroughly coincide- in Mr. Fuller's charit able intentions, tho entire proceeds of the day will bo donated to tho fund for tho benefit of the Manhattan Hospital. Monroe Salisbury's return to tho Eastern trot ting circuits w 111 bo generally welcomo to tho trotting horso frntornlty. After surmounting the legal difficulties with which himself and stablo wero surrounded on tho far side or tho llockles, ho has finally succeeded in maklnir his way over tho great divide. Uls campaigning stablo Is, as usual, a very strong one. from which, as in previous campaigns, many surprises aro likely to come. At tho head of the trotting division Is tho champion gelding Azote. 2:01Si, by Whips, out of Josle. by Whlppers's Ilamblo tonlan. Ho Is well known to New York horse men, who remember his groat race In the free-for-all at Fleetwoon two years ago. when ho defeated Beuzetto, Klamath, and Don Cupid, and trotted the Becond heat In 2:033. He was retired last year. Tho next in point of record is tho bay stallion Boodle, 2:12a. a record also, made in 1809. Ho is by Stranger, dam Brldo. by Jay Gould, and great things aro expectod of him this year. Others likely to cut a prominent figure on the Grand Circuit are She, 2:114, by Abbottsrord; Tina. 2:18. by Ethan Allen, Jr., and Krastus Cm 2:22M. by Palo Alto. Among tho most likely of tho green ones In tho string nro Jib, Albert, a flve-year-old gelding by Albert W., out of the dam of Flying Jib. 2:04; Director Prinoe, a five-) car-old ty Director, out of a Dexter Prince mare; tho fivo-year old maro Tabblo Stamboul, a daughter of Mr. Harriman's handsome stallion Stamboul. out of a Guy Wilkes mare; Lady Salisbury, a three-year-old filly by Directum, dam by Dexter Prince, and Rect, a threo-year-old colt by Direct, out of Lilly Stanley. 2:17j, by Wblpplcton. In the side-wheel division will be the great pair, W. Wood, 2:07, by Steinway, and Javelin, 2:13M, by Creole. The strength of the stable, especially in likely green ones, which have always been Mr. Salisbury's strong point, would indlcato that bis grand circuit successes of past seasons aro more than likely to bo repeated this year. By far the best of the green trotters shown up this season, or for that matter thus early in any year, is tho black mare Crete, by Blizzard, out of a Chicago Volunteer mare. In the string of Ed. Lockwood. Sho captured tho 3:00 class purse at the Fleetwood Spring Meeting, taking a third heat record of 2:235. At that time many good judges expressed the opinion that she would prove the sensational green ono of 1807, but so cleverly did Lockwood handle his mare that no one outside of tbo stable had the slightest idea of Just how good the mare really was. At tho Foughkcepslo meeting last week she started In tho 2:10 class, and reeled off the three heats like breaking sticks in 2:19"a, 2:17, and 2:21a. Sho was again a winner at the same meeting on Friday last in the 2:21 class, when sho stepped the third, fourth, and fifth heats in 2:113.2:17. and 2:17, and still tho question as to hor speed remains unanswered. The manner in which she trotted around her field tbo third heat in 2:113, would indicate that a mile better than 2:12 would be required to take her meas ure. Crete was bred and is still owned by John Houseman of Nowork, N. J., who has refused several flattering offers for her since ber Fleet wood race. Another likely prospect for a fast mark in the same stablo is Ed Lock, a four-year-old gelding by Fayette Russell, dam Orlanna, by Egbert, who won tho unfinished 2:30 trot at Fleetwood, taking a mark of 2:213, which he reduced to 2:181 In the same class at Pough kcepsle, where be also was returned n winner. The Mountain View Driving Park Association. Orangeburg, N. Y has announced their pro- frramma for tho mooting of July 3 and 6 as fol ows: July 3 2:50 class, trot, purse $250; 2:10 class, trot, pursu U'-loO, nnd 2:30 class, pacing, purse$250. July 5 2:20 class, pace, purse $300; 2:21 class trot, pursa $300, and 2:10 class, trotting, purse 300. Athtetlra. "The semi-annual outlet sad games of the em plorots of B. Baumann & Pro,, wbloa took place yesterday at Throw's Keck, West Chester, N. Y., nor a success. Nineteen eTents were decided, Summary: 100-Yard Dash. Handicap Won by Walter Scott, scratch; Uob Drenuan. 0 yards, second; Julius Uotiwuier. 0 yaras, third. Fat Hen's Bace. 78 Yards. Scrateh Won by A. Lloyd. Jonn Dauer second, Georto Clark third. XUO.Tara Dun. ruadlcap Won by Walter Scott, scrateh: Andy Brlttou, 10 yards, eeenna; Rob Ores, nan. 10 yams, third. KOO.Tara Dun, Open. Scratch Won by frank Fowrra, J. Ssuer seoond. W. 8. liorrli third. Potato Race Won by O. P. Tnores, Caarles Uax. well aeooDJ, P. It. Evers third. Thrre-Lessed Race, Scratch Won by O. P. Tnoren ai.d franx Powers, a. A, Lloyd ana George Ciars: second, J. L. nirschmaon aad I. Zeltner third. Ore Wle Run, nandlcap Won by K. Smith, 10 yardu T. Lanlor. scratch, aeeondi T. Keinmer, scratoh. third. Time. 0 mtnutea 14 3 D seconds, SOU-Vara Dash, Handicap-Won by Walter Bcutt, serstcbt Andy tirltton, to yardi, aecoudi A Hefner, 10 yardi. third. Time. OH seconda. One Mile Bicycle Race, Handicap Won by Arthur naumanu. aciatcb; Juilue Holswassor, 80 yards, seeondi John lleutr. 113 yards, third. Two-Ulle UlcTcie Race. Scratch Won by J, Wolff, J. Lwfflrr second, O. P. Tboren third. One Mile Ulcycle Race.scraicn Won by Walter Scott, J. nolawaaaer arcoud, John Ratter third. One tills Walk, Scratch Won by Sam Bobuler, Paul Toth second. Jim Carroll thlra. lloat Race. Ono Hlle, Scratch Won by A. W. Stronr, 0. II. Alaxnellaecosd, J. I. Ulrschman third. Running HUh Jump, Scratch Won by O. P. Tnoren. Alexander Senferllnc second, Charles rf Id man third. Uo ling Won by J. L. Hlrtchman, 101 poind Frank Powers, second, lya poluli: William Uugbes. tu rd, IBS points. Xtu.Vard Uaali, Scratch Won by W. S. Morris, 1, L. Tompkins second. Max Englaader third. Ruunlnii Uroad Jump. Scratch Won Ur J. Carroll, 111 feet a Incoen rhnodaro HlracnmaD.'aeeond. IS feet 7 Inchest C. 11. Unwell, third, IS feel 0 Inches. snootlog Match, Ponlble SO Points, Six Prizes Won by O. P. Tboren. 4U Waller Soott, 47, second! Frank Powers, 4, third) a. HetTner, 41, rcurtbi Ot-orgo Clara. 40, firm: Andy lirltioo. SO, ilith. Ilaaabail Uame Woodsellers dereat lbs Wood, workers by u to e. Closalp of the Illus. Peter Matter expect to take a trip to Ireland next month with his bride. Dick Purse, the Euiilth welter weljbt, has de. clued nerer to enter tue ring again. Kid McPartland dsales the rumor that he and hit manager, Jsok Dougherty, hare parted com. pany. Prof. Mike Donovan said yeiterday to Ths Bus reporter mat he had mads up his mind to so to Knslsod next mouio. Tom Cooner, brother to the lata Mike Cooner. baa arrived la Ireland and has been matched to box Uli Head at Dublin for the 184-pound chamriuniblp of ths green Island. Necotlallons have been practically completed tor a meeting between Oeorgo Dixon and Dal Hawkins. U la said that ma pair mil box twrn ty rounds next month for a o.0U0 purto beroro the Oljmi-lo A. C. of Ban rranclaco. Tommy Ryan and Tom Williams or Australia will box twenty rounds al Syracuse to-nlxht for a 14,000 purae. Williams came orer from Ess-land about a monlh agu expressly to try conciualona with Ryan, uotn nghlert are la excellent condition. Pan Creedon arrived In thu ehy from Eniland on Saturday and wa met al tba dock by a number of f rienda. Creedon has not so far been IMnrnied onicuny toat hi. match with Kid McCoy baa been declared off as far aa the paiaco A. C. le concerned. A. number of club, are looking torward to socurs the match, Dave llarley. repreaeotlnf a club In Bracuie. bss ottered McCoy and Creedon 19.000 to nght twoaty.nro rounds. ,w Baseball, eastern rarlf. F. M. To-Bay. , Brooklyn Tfcteston, Admljtlon, 85 and 60t.-Atv. i jvjirr5 otr xnxs musEZXEir. Crowds of Cyclists Bnjey the Holiday Michael and Tltne Matched. Devotees of wheeling were out In forco yester day and found tho various suburban routes In good riding condition, tho rain of Saturday night having laid tho dust eff octually. With the exception of a brief interval in tho afternoon the woather hold up splendidly, and all con cerned had a lively time. The prevailing heat Induced unusual numbers to hoad for tho sea side, Conoy Island being especially favored. Tho rural routes through Dong Island, Now Jersoy, Staten Island, and Wostchester were also in demand, parties of clubmen and unnt tachod riders pedalling along in what soemod to be an endless procession. The parks and boule vards within the city limits were largely pat ronized by riders Booking short trips, and pe destrians sitting around on shady benches en joyed the cheerful panorama thoroughly. A. moot enjoyablo century run was held yester day by the Congress AYheelmen of Kowark, tho objective point being Now llrunswlck. It was participated In by 100 cyclists, including a number of women centurions from Brooklyn andEnst Orange. An export at repairing ac companied tho party and enabled all to finish in good shape. Tho pacemakers were Capt, Louis J. Beors, John a Diggs. Charles Schoemer, and Edward Beers. Ready and Johnson, tho fast tandem team of the club, acted as courlors. Sil ver medals of noat design were presented to sur vivors, and tho visiting cyclists wore entertained at the headquarters of tho promoting club In the ovening. Fully a hundred cyclists, Including a doien women riders, took part In tho second annual century run of tho Bayonno Rowing Association to Platnflold yesterday. Tho start was made at 5:15 o'clock In tho morning, and tbo party re turned at 8 o'clock last ovening. The pacemak ers wero Samuel Mcoks of tho Hackensack Wheelmen, Howard W. Storer of the Hudson Countx Wheelmon, Edward McDonald of the AJax Cyclers, Thomas Ward of tho Riversldo Wheelmen, John Cnrleyof tho Clio Wheelmen, J. Taylor. W. A. Haines, and Edwin Bmlth of tho Bayonno Rowing Association. A banquet was teudorcd to tho visiting cyclists nt the club house after tho run and "survivor" souvenirs wero presented. Racing men have been unnblo to gauge tho relative merits of K. C. Bald and Tom Cooper, tho professional claimants for championship honors. Their meetings on the New York State circuit havo resulted in victories for both men, so that the question of supremacy Is still In dls- uto. At the conclusion or tbe State mootlngs oth rtdors will Join tho national circuit. Both men, It is claimed, aro holding back until the championships or tho L. A. . aro run off at Philadelphia in August. Albant. Juno 20. Jimmle Michael will meet Fred Titus in a ten-milo contest at Buffalo, July 5. Each man will receive the privilege of hav ing eighteen pacemakers only, tho othor con ditions being otherwise tho samo as those which governed tho McDufile race. Tho contest will bo held at the Buffalo athlotlo field. Bald will rido at tho Bame meet and will prob ably meet Loughcod In tho races. Titus will raco to the close of the Now York circuit and then go to Buffalo to prepare carefully for the match of his llfo and to train with his pace makers. Michael will employ tho samo team as he had at Boston. Chairman Motthas asked forty-four questions of Al Nowhouse or Buffalo, the professional who has been showing up bo prominently on the New Y'ork circuit; C. B. Jack of Reading, Charles Church of Philadelphia, and W. F. 81ms. The four aro charged with pooling Issues at Wash ington and dividing tbo money evenly. They claim that the races were fought out strictly on their merits. Church visited the Chairman In Baltimore to-day, in tho hopo of arranging the matter. Oranoe, June 20 Tho summer road races or tho East Orango Cylers wero held yesterday afternoon on Morris avenue, between Spring field and Elisabeth. Thoro were two events, a two mile and a five mllo race, both handicaps, and Albert L. Mcrriman won both. In the two mile raco thorn were six entries. Albert L. Mer riman. with a handicap of 20 seconds, was first, with Charles A. Ready, 10 seconds, second, and A. J. M. Edwards, scratch, third. Tlmo, 1 min utes 33 second . Eight men started in the five mile race. Merriman, 1 minute, was first, with C. IL Fdlles, 1 minute 15 seconds, second, and I M. Irving, 2 minutes 30 seconds, third. Time, 13 minutes 31 seconds. The time prlzo was won by A. J. M. Edwards, who covered tho five miles In 13 minutes 31 seconds. MOTES. Two amateurs at Blnghamtoa, who ran a dead heat for th final or the mile handicap, were asked to settle too matter by the flip of a coin. One of ths two, Scovtils of Syracuse, refused, as be said he waa a member of the Y. M. C. A., and toaalng a coin was a game of chance sod consequently gambling. BcotUIo won tbe Srat prlio in the run over. Al Newboueo of Buffalo gains positions In races all along the Kew York state circuit, and few stop to think that Newhoueo waa one of the riders on the cam prise circuit back In '83. and that bo Is consequently one or the old men at the game. A flagman Is placed thirty feet teyond the limit man In erery handicap raco or the Kew York Stat circuit, thla being exactly loltowing rules. Tbe flag la dropped the aecnnd a man falls wltnln the Crtt thirty feet, and many a raits and nnjuil start Is stopped without compelling ths men to rido themselves out beroro elpg brought to a standstill. Tnta rule la generally OTerlooxed by men who aro aippuaed to bo thoroughly post ed In the racing game. W. E. D. Too bet la off under the circum stances. Tbe semi annual meeting of the Board of on cers of the New York State dl lilon of the U a. W. will bo held at Saratoga to day. At tho aemi-anaual meeting of the Mlnneford Wheelmen of tbi city tie following officers were elected! Prealdent, J. Martini Vice-President. K. Rabbitt Recording Secretary, E. Ebertt Financial Secretary. J. Tierneri Treaaurer. J. Caaei Cap. tain. II. auttoni Lieutenant!, U. J. Davia and W. Beekclnanpt: Bugler, C. J. Scnaefet; Color Bearer. R. A. Coola: Directors, J. Parrel, H. Sutton, J Turner. J. Martin, and T. Case. Tho Pioneer Cycle Club of Brooklyn will hold a run to tho Delaware Water Gap over July S. 4. and 6. Ths Woodhaven Wheelmen have elected the fol lowing omcem Prealdent, George Dwyerj Vice PrrtWent, Oeorgo Macki lleoordtng Secretary. William Wheelen Secretary. Auruat rieury! Treasurer. Paul Falbreehti Captain. John Ood fre: Lieutenant, George Rtchardas Color Bearer. Oeorge Becker. O. K. In riding from New ITaven. Conn., to Pougbkeepsle, go through Derbv. Birmingham, Btevanaon. Shopang. Lanearllle, Mew Mtlford, and Merwmavllle to Oaylorsvillet contiuue to La GrangoTlllo, Maurhetter Bridge, Meadowbrook, irllngton, and Poughkoepale. t. Thero Is no boat connection between the north ahoro of Long Ial and and New Haven. R. H. Brenlnger. In riding to Niagara rails, paulng through Albany ana returning by way of Philadelphia, tako the route to St. Loula' pub. lulled In Tin Blk on May SO aa Mr aa Ouffalo lravtng Buffalo, follow Main street ro Chippewa etreet and turn to the left to Delawaro avenue: then tats Military street and ride along tho river to La Sallei cross the bridge, turn lolett, and erois the railroad tracks! men bear to the right on the "River" road to Niagara Palli. On account of the storm yeiterdav morning tho oentury run of ths Yonkera Bicycle Club was poitponsd until June 17. Entries will remain open until June SO. The New York dlTlaton will etart from tbo corner or Madison avenue and rorty-teoond street et e o'clock sharp. Unat tached riders are Invited. Entries may oa lert wltb Leon Mayer, 14 Fast Forty-second street. this city, or wlm D. W. ncmpitead. 170 Buena Vltta avenue, Yonkers. Yale's Oarsmen Leave Gate's Ferry. Gale's Ferry, June 20. In a heavy rain storm at 4:30 o'clock this morning a launch was sont from the yacht Peerless to convey the fresh man crew to tho steamer. Tho 'varsity men went on board on Saturday night, Shortly after 0 o'clock tho PeerlcBS weighed anchor for ber trip to tbo Hudson, and slowly wended her way down the stream and out into Long Island Bound, whore she was soon lost to view. Tho oarsmen received n parting Baluto by crows on tho pleasure craft dotting tno harbor, nnd as tho yacht steamed past tho training-school ship St. Mary's, lying oft tbo Pequot colony, tho Jolly young tars could bo seen waving a farewell with their bats. Itwns anticipated, if conditions wero favoruhlo, that tho yacht would reach Puush keepslo buforodark. Both crews havo made a decidedly good lm- ?resslonon the, pconlo along tbo banks of the hames, and it Is believed that tbo chances for lalo nnd her old rival, Ilnrvnrd. starting In ngnln inasorlcs of races at Now Loudon noxt year are quite favorable. Joe Cans Answers Uerrord's Suit. BiLiutokx.JuneSO. Joseph Oant.otbernlas known as Joe Gam, tbo colored pugilist, yesterday filed hla answer to ths suit of Abrsm L. HcrfoM, hie farmer manager, for an Injunction restraining Gant from appearing in pugilistic exhibitions during the next two yeare. a ant deulee that be entered Into a two years' contraot with Hertord In January, lsus. He says that he waa at that time au Infant In law. In. capable of making a v.lld oontract, and that now having reached majority, he repudlatea tho con. '"J1.-.. nV! in" h" ' n,' " his proteialon and that Herford cannot teach him anithlng. Her. ford. 0 says, la not versed In tho n.ca points or pugilism, ana Is unknown to flret-ciaas pugul.te. H. '"'-'".V Dsfford's suit be dismissed and that ths court dissolve the Injunction. Chess .Votes. The game lert ununlsaed In the match between ths rranklut and Manhattan Chess Clubs,' whleh J.V Jlkyi " lsraph on Decoration Day, was adjudicated a win for ths Franklin Club, and as the game in the same matcn. aa placed between LipaonOts and Young was declared a draw the J2,.!UJt .SUI " th. mtch wlSWilgM J ALL THE CREWS ON HAND. urjacrjs cozzeob biohtb at tub TOVaiUCEEFSIG COVRSE. Tale's Men Arrived at Tbelr Quarters tatst Might nob Cook Saje Tkerfl Will no Ito Hard VTerk Done Courtney CompUlne Abont the Rough Water Caused by the Steamboat. PouangggpsiE, Juno 20. Tho college oars men to-day had nothing to remind them of rowing except tho restrictions of the training table. Courtney and his agile men from Ithaca enjoyod a sail to Newburg on tho stoam yacht Wllla Walla, which is owned by tho Frank brothers of this city. Ellis Ward has been using tho yacht to coach tho Quakers from since tho breakdown of the Pennsylvania launch several days ago. The Harvard oarsmen were the guests of Howard C. Smith, a well-known Now York broker. They were taken to West Point on his yacht Haloyon. Tho report that Coach Courtney Is much dis turbed by the roughnoss of tho water horo Is not accurate. It is not the ordinary swell or choppy sea raised by the con tact of wind and tido that annoys him, but the long runners turned up by the paddles and screws of passing steamers. They strain tho shells, disorganize the crews, nnd aro constantly Interfering with practice Courtney Is in favor of an Inland lako on which to row boat races. He docs not beliovo that any tidal courso is absolutely fair, as at certain stages of the tide thoro aro always conflicting ourrents which nny benefit 0110 crow over its rivals. Tho Poughkeeptlo course Is as freo from objections on this scoro ns is posslblo, but tho fact remains that its merits aro lessoned by the frequent passago of boats up and down tho rlvor. Coach Lchmann also speaks of the frequent passago of steamers over tho courso hero as being vory trying to tho organization of the Crimson eights, while tho coder steins used by Harvard ore atanchcr thnn Cornell's paper boats, the English coach is outspokon on the thought lessness of steamer captains, who push their boats at full speed past tho crows, regardless of tho huge wake of billows left behind. Shortly after iho Crimson's 'varsity oarsmen arrived hero thoy wero nearly swampod by tho swells of the stenmer Mary l'owill passing up tho rlvor and another boat going down. Lenmnnu at tho tlmo spoko to a representative of The Scn of tho serious effect of the Bwells on tho work of his crow. With tho arrival of tho Yale crews to-night on tho steam acht Peerless tnelvo college olghts am quartered on tho cast and west banks of tho Hudson. Thcro aro thirty persons in tho Y'nlo party. They wero met at tho asylum dock and driven through tho woods to the quar ters on tho Stuy vosnnt ulnco. Tho Peerless was sighted nt 7:30 o'clock below tho bridge, and ten minutes later sho was hailed by J. S. Wheel wright. Hob Cook shouted from tho yacht while yet in midstream and going nt half speed, asking ir thoy could go further up tho river. No landing could be made at the Yalo boathouso on account of a dangerous rcer. Tho Peerless was turned und anchored and tho boats let down from tho davltp whllo preparations wero niado to go ashore. Cook was In extra good spirits. " Wo havo had a delightful trip," ho said. "Tho sail up tho rlvor was porfoct. Wo left at 7 o'clock this morning nnd mndo excellent time. Thoro wero no eventful Incidents during tho trip. Two professors nro with us, and examina tions w 111 bo held at quarters until Tuesday or Wednesdny. We will not bring tho sholls ashore to-night, but will let them remain on the boat until morning." "Are you going to glvo anv hard work to tho crews on the Hudson I ho was asked. " No, sir." was Cook's reply. " Tho men havo done all their hard work. I mean that they shall have practico enough to keep in condition and that is all." It will tako several hours to unload nnd rig tho shells to-morrow morning, but Cook expects to have the crews on tho water about 11 o'clock. While the Yalo crews woro landing, tho yacht Halcyon, with tho Harvard crews on board, passed up the river on the west shore, heading for quarters, after a trip down the Hudson. It w aa after dark before tho Yalo party was com fortably installed in tho big roomy stuyvesant mansion. Tho quarters have been used for two seasons by Columbia. Tho house stands on high ground and commands a beautiful view of tho ('atskllls and Intervening country, but has the drawback of being a mile and a half from the boathouso built for tho crens. Tho oarsmen will hi.vo to walk this distance through the woods going to and from practice. Experts are afraid to hazard a guess on the winner of the big race on next Friday, princi pally because of the influence it might have on tho betting, which is expected to be very heavy. Many foolish college boys will wager large sums without the slightest notion of the merits or the crews. Already money Is offered In small amounts. The crowd in attendance nt the races, will, it Is believed, bo unprecedented In the history of Poughkeepsle. t cars aro expressed that a mob will jump on tbe train and take possession of It, but the railroad officials will provide a largo force of men to preserve order. The Eforlem River Bculler. The Harlem River oarsmen hnd a lively day of rowing yesterday, but tho bulk of it was for pleasure. Thcro nro not many crews In training, as there will not bo more than three or four entries mado in tho People's regatta, which is to bo held at Philadelphia July 5; about the samo number of entries for tho Connecticut Valley regatta at Springfield tho samo day, and only ono entry for tho spring regatta of tho New England Association. It Is almost too early to tell just what entries will bo made in tbo Long Island regatta on July 21 at Shcepshcad Bay, but thcro will bo at least six from the Harlem. Six crows can row abreast at high tide, and the regatta will bo started at tbo first of the ebb. Furthermore, transporta tion will bo furnished frco from Flushing Bay and Bay RIdgo by train. Tho junior four-oarcd trig crew of the Metro politan Honing Club, which mado such a fine showing in tho Harlem regatta, and which was to havo been entered in tho Philadelphia re gatta, has been disbanded, owing to dissensions in tbo crow. Aninn, the crark senior seullor of tho Harlem Rowing Club, has been laid up for soma days with malarial fe cr, and tho crew has not rowed together since odncsday of last week. Unless tho men resume training by to morrow night they will not bo entered In tho Philadelphia regatta. This will leave only threo entries from tho river for that evant, a Junior single from tbo Harlem Rowing Club, a senior elgbt-oarod shell crew from tho Atalanta Club, and n senior elght-oarod crow from tho Daunt less Rowing Club, Entries for tho Connecticut Valloy regatta will lie tbe Intermediate elgbt-oared shell craw of tho Union Boat Club; a Junior double, Junior single, and possibly an Intermediate single from tho same club; a Junior four-oared gig crow from the Atalantas, and an intormodlate sculler from tho Lono Stars. Raseball Ifoteej. The New Yorks hsvs not been shut onl this season. Eleven errors wero mads by Canavan In ths last eight games. The reported transfer of Dahlen to ths Brook lyn cluo Is denied. Dill Clark made one or mors bats hits In each of the lait seven games, The Brooklyn! made twenty-nine errors In the five games played last week. Ths Clifton A. C baseball team has Juas 17 open. Address James Vail, Roaebank P. O., Staten Island. Warner's two sacrlnce hits In lait Friday's game wero hla flrit of ths season. : Castro, the Manhattan College pitcher, will play third bese ror the Ironsides heruarter. Laat Saturday's shut-out was the first of ths seaaoa admluiatvrod by the Iirooklyns. The Brooklyns won nine and lose lx games In the late aeries with the Western teams. Jack Nelson and Jimmy Clinton, ths old-time players, aro frequent vintors at Eastern Park. Lathance, Griffin, Jonei, and Anderson ate ths only Urooklyn players who havo not mlaead a game. Of the nineteen games played sgalnat the West ern teams at the Polo Urounds .he New Yorks won flftevn. The EInxatons would like to hear from all teams whose players average IB jears. Addrsrs Qua lUcbardson, S48 Weil Fifteenth street. The Bay RIdgo Field Club haa Juno 20, Julr S and aertral uayj lu August open tor out or-towu ganiei, Addreea Freemuu Can, 101 i(ty.elahtb street, Brooklyn. The Woudhsven Baseball Club would like to hear from all cluoi whoae playera averago to years tor game In July aud Auguiti guarantee required. AUdreit PoterBlehle, Woodhaven, L. I. ""u"ou' Tho Eagle Usieu.ll Club or Jersey City would Ilka to arrntu gamea wltn cluba whom playera averu from 17 10 is years. Addreia.peter II. Urlmu. mai. ager, gtaeral delivery. Jersey City, N. J. The Hickory Baseball Club would like to arrann games with clubs whoe plsyers average from 14 10 ID yearsi out-oMowu clubs preferred. Addreis Edward r. HUglu.. hvS Eau Flfty-drat street. Tbe Montauk Baseball Club wiaces to arrant games with elube whoso players average lu rearaT gamus to be played oa the Uoutauk's grounds. Ad! Wall'af eet0U,l"n' "" ' MurDne' Meicalf, IS 1h Central Field Club has July and Auruat open, ana would like to book games with mil. formed cluba whoae playere average IV Tea?. Addreaa William Jordan, manager 10UU. ,",',"1 and Jerome avenue. ee The Newark A. C. baa July B, afternoon, and aar. ral Saturdays In July and August open, and would U! p,A7 "Ithelubf glrlng a euluou guarantee rcJer,r.cworkrN,", """ " .vSra&Mai S,w? w',,,h u"n, nTln Founds. Addreis JoK kers, N. Y. Will mo manager or tbe East New York Alerts kindly scad his addre.i T to laoaier ,lvUs cf ths Bt. Mary's Association uwi BABEBAZS,. Mew Yorks Make tlalas Bnrlagthe Week Ut ile Chaage with Bresklya. The players of the New York Club have changed about considerably In the batting rec ord since lost Monday. By adding sorontcen points to his averago Davis bus passod Tlornan and Vanllaltren, and now leads the players who have played in the majority of tho games. Bill Clark and Seymour also havo made big gains, adding twenty-nine points. Tho toarj has gained three points in batting and two in Holding. Jonos again began to slug the ball last week, and once more leads tho Brooklyn players. Only threo men havo reached the 300 mark. There was little change In tho team figures during tho week. The records to dato follow: NKW YORK BATTINO. Mimes. Oomaa.B n lBSBBBUItSBSn Cent. ZcartoM... 1 a 1 loioon .ono D.Clarke 4 a 0 800000 .(son Davis 43 IBS till B4 10 8 8 14 1 .S.'ll Tlornan 44 174 47 Be 0 U 1 11 1 .S'.'a Van Haltren..,44 1U0 811 61 B 8 0 17 3 .111! 1 Meekln II 80 3 u u u o 1 o .800 W.Clark 20 II 11 lit D 1 S II ,S8S Warner 87 las 10 80 0 1 1 4 8 .Kr.0 Seymour 10 48 0 111 a u 8 0 o .27U Ruale 10 30 4 10 0 0 0 0 O .178 Oleason 44 177 IV It I 1 0 10 a .877 Joyce 44 188 44 3 0 7 1 8 tl .0 Holmes 80 10U 18 SO 3 1 1 7 1 .880 Wilson 18 73 B 14 8 1 0 4 0 .188 Doheny 10 88 4 710080 .184 bulltran B10 1 3 00000 .105 FIELD IJCrj. Namtt. Oanu. Put Out, Jittitt. Crron. Fer Ct. Zearfoes 1 8 0 0 1.0U0 Tlernan 44 EH A 8 .070 W. Clark 88 171 8 S .808 Wlleon 18 18B 11 8 .814 nteason 44 187 IsS 17 .840 Warner 87 177 B4 18 .824 Van Ualtren...44 VO 7 w .Sin llu.le 10 4 88 3 .808 Meekln 11 6 18 8 .800 Hulllvan fl 0 8 1 .800 Joyoa 44 83 84 l .887 Doheny 10 3 88 B .878 Holmes 88 84 11 7 .883 Beymour 18 0 81 7 .BSV Davis 48 BU 115 84 .857 D. Clarke 4 14 8 .885 TEAM BATTINO. Jtltat. Hunt. Battlllti. FtrCt. NSW York 1B27 887 418 .878 Opponents. .,..14115 808 8S0 .844 TEAM riELDINO. Put Chit. Atititi. Errors. Per Ct. New York 1148 070 148 .088 Opponents 1100 088 ISO .888 BROOKLYN BATTINO. Per Mimes. Oamti.AB B lD2n3tlllIt!DSa Cent. Jones 47 108 48 en B S 1 19 8 ,887 Burrilt a 3 0 100000 .388 Lachanoe 47 208 83 8110 4 8 10 II .300 Anderson 47 80.1 83 S8 11 8 8 14 7 .801 Kennedy 18 07 0 18 3 8 1 0 1 .881 A. Smith 14 47 6 13 II 0 0 9 1 .877 Bboeb 18 41 7 11 8 0 0 8 1 .888 Orimn- 47 189 45 00 8 8 111 8 .885 Shtndle 43 183 88 47 10 1 110 8 .867 Orlm 37137 0 84 3 0 0 8 8 .848 Canavan 48 104 81 40 7 8 8 6 0 .844 Payne IB 43 7 10 0 0 0 0 1 .838 Uannlvan. 7 9 1 800031 .243 Dunn 8 81 8 410010 .180 Daub IB 87 8 730080 .188 O. Bmlth 38 147 14 23 4 1 0 8 1 .138 McMahon. 0 14 1 300000 .148 Fisher B 8 1 000000 .000 XIELDINQ. Mimes. Oam4i. Put Ovt. Atslttt. Errors. Ft Ct. Fisher. 8 ISO 1.000 McMahon 8 3 14 0 1.000 Lachanoe 47 081 18 13 .978 Orlmn 47 134 4 3 .977 Jones 47 94 8 4 .933 Orlm 87 131 Bl 0 .830 Kennedy 18 6 40 8 .938 Payne IB 8 23 3 .93.1 Shlndle 45 40 88 18 .918 Anderson 47 91 n u .wis Daub IS 3 80 R .914 A. Smith. 14 81 83 6 .913 O. Smith 38 73 113 18 .007 Canaran 48 87 180 87 .880 Hannlvan 7 B 3 1 .875 Bhoch IS 83 83 18 .854 Dunn a 7 13 B .815 Burrlll 8 u 0 1 .000 TEAM RATTfXa. .41 Bat. Hunt. Bat UttU TtrCt. Brooklyn. 1701 880 451 .205 Opponent. 1888 238 437 .20J TEAM riELTJINGk Pl Out. Antlll. Errors. Ptr Ct. Brooklyn 1291 BOS 188 .0.15 Opponent. 1388 823 187 .033 The Barry TTrlsht Uonumrat Unveiled. Philadelphia, June 20. Tbo monument to the memory of Harry Wright was unveiled this afternoon at West Laurel Hill Cemetery. There was llttlo formality. The Memorial Association presented the monument to the cemetery trustees, after which Col. John L Rogers. Treasurer of the Philadelphia Baseball Club, made an address. He reviewed the life of Harry Wright, dwelling at length on his accomplish ments for the great national game. He told how Harry Wright had, in 1H08, organized tho Cincinnati Itcd Stooklngs. which he managed until 1H71. In 1872 ho organized teams at Philadelphia, Boston, and Chicago. In 1870, in company with Al Spalding and Al Beach, he organized the National League. From 1877 to 1PB3 Wright managed tho Bostons, nnd then for ono season handled tho Providence team. Ho assumed the management of tho Itilladclphlas in 1885, and remlned with them until 1801, when he becamo chief of um pires, a position created for him. The monument Is a llfo-slzo figure of Wright in bronze on a granite baso. On the latter Is tho inscription, " 1835-1805." On tho other side aro tu o baseball bats crossed. Rational ajeagve Record. Cures. lr?o,s,SJjS.?'' 3 : I . ? I . ? ? : F ? j j j j F j ? : : : f Baltimore. ... Bl 38844281 Tim Boston.... 0... 4003458438 33 Cincinnati. 8 1... 484403 IB 0127 New York. 0 0 0 ... 8 0 4 8 8 3 0 25 Brooklyn.. 8 0 4 0 ... 0 4 H 2 2 8 4 23 l'hlta 0 2 1 8 8 ... 1 8 0 4 4 4 34 Cleveland. 1 1 1 2 1 6 ... 0 5 0 8 3 22 Pittsburg.. 1143240... 8301 2t Wash 18001008... 424 17 Loultrllle. 0 1 0 3 8 1 2 8 1 ... 3 8 17 Chicago. .. 1122820080... 8 17 St. Loula.. 10002201 1118 ... 10 Games lost 10ll3 17ll7 8 It 23 28 8(1128 20 881 Atlaatio Learae. AT KKWAkk riasT OiKS. a. m. Newark 4 O S 0 0 0 t 0 415 10 8 Laneaater 0 1 8 0 1 D 0 0 018 18 A Batteries Carrick. Johnstone, and Rothfuaa and Hodge; West and Roth. CZCOKO OKI. Newark 1 8 0 10 111 07 18 i Lancaster 0 10 18 8 0 0 ..8 1') a Batteries Johnstone, Gettlg, and llodgei Sprogel and Roth. AT rATCRSOV. Athletics 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0-1 7 "li Peterson 0 0 10 10 8 0 .,4 u Batteries Jones and Weitlakoi Vox and Jordan. Tile Kxcoao, 5gig.iSb. s ffjffflf $ Laneaater 3 4 1 8 B "e "a 88 Newark 1 .. 4 7 4 4 4 8 28 Pateraon , 85.. 4B888 20 Athletics 1 6 8 .. 8 8 0 4 24 Hartford 3 4 5 2.. 8 8 4 34 Norfolk 0 4 8 8 2 .. 8 3 21 Richmond II 1 8 3 8 3 .. o 2U Reading B004418..1U Oamea lost 10 28 82 88 24 sa'aalaj Kaaleru league. at aocnrrriK. Roohester 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-a' "a a Buffalo 8 3 0 0 0 10 8 18 18 0 Usjtsrlst Moarlsnd and Fraryi Suders and AT STIUCTSI, ".yracuae 1 O 0 0 0 3 0 O-o" "a "ti Toronto 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-7 13 l Batteries-Willis and Ryan; Dlnneen and Casey, Tiiu r.ucoiiD. i n h m ( f M I f f j Buffalo 77 '7 H "u '7 "7 "a'Jn" hyraouio.. 1 .. 4 0 6 a 4 n a Bprlngllofd 1 'i 4 U 4 a S2S Toronto 3 8 2.183 i di jVforldence .V.'.V. 4 1 u i .. a 1 0120 ""'' 2 3 a 1 a ." 8 4iS llorhestor 80844 a J ia wiueabtrre ..'::::;: 0 0 2 J a 1 "15 Oames lost u 'j 30 gj S 24 81 3oT7 Mero Oamea Saturday. ATAOkLrut risxn. HobokenP, C 0 10910011 a BnuurA.A..::::::::o J i 1 8 S .'"J 8chUJle?fCbU,IWW0,, Eai1 tM Club- l " w'?"en7;K!?t.l1i Woodhaven, 10. At New Dorp Hubbard Bros, it Co.. 82i Prlo Wis. Cormtck A Co!, 10. ! rnos, ate- Pjojfrlsliaa-Clty bland a. o., 10 Warlow A, jSportdmnn'u ooflu. yt AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY. We can supply everything at proper prise. We can explain everything connected wltb the pastime. 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T. 5 6 0 Grand Circle nuretth Bt TT.T. ft9 11JS Bedford Avenue. Brooklyn. 19 & ltctory, Cleveland, Ohio. ?0W O.OOO Bicycle Bargains. Good, honest goods; our rectory guarantee. Beware or Dep't atore and Auction Cyclest Onr prtces ault erery hody'a pocketbook. $5, $8, 15, 19, $22.50, 25, $29, $32.50. Here are a few or the make wo have: Bpaldlng. Crescent. Columbia. Victor, Crawford. Globe. Maleetlc. 8tearne, Syracuae, Liberty, Tourlit, number. Union. Cotton. Toledo For lloya. Girls, 11 lues. Youth. Ladle. Man. ORIGINAL CUT PRICES STORE. Katabllabrd a Year. NEfMD CYCLE CO,, 110, 112, 114, 1 16 Nassau SU ' Buement, n'r Ann. FlUBCES HiOilCEgl. Highest Quality Maintained. IB97 RAMBLERS &l 1897 IDEALS 31 to 11 GORMULLY & JEFFERY H'FG. CO. 030-043 EIGHTH AV., NEAR B8TH ST . N. V. 812 FLATBUSH AV BROOKLYN. Lexington Cycle Co- 20 Vesey at- N. V. $10 Down - S5 per Month FOP. THE BEST OaOVWIERL MADE. Special Inducements for Cash. SEVERAL HUNDRED OF OTHER MAKES AT PRICES TO BU1T EVERY ITWE. LBXlMiTUV CVCI.K fO 28 VESEY ST, and Lexington ar and 31at et. Other Game. XT WkEHXWkU. Tho West New York Field Club played an admi rable game against the Clerlauda yeatirday at Wee bawken, the league team winning by only two runs The score: cli lira. I wksr . t. r. r. k lF.ro. x.e. lula.ro.x.k. Burkett. II,.! I 1 o (I Mooreh'd, ss.l 1 a 3 o .Wide. 21...3 4 11 II 1 Ilruih. lb 18 7 3 0 t.ock'lexla. rfl 18 0 II Cariey, 2t.. n (I 4 1 1 Walla.-!-, 3b .1 a 0 II 0 Iniuard 3b.o 110 0 McAleer.es. 0 112 0 Lamar, c... I 13 2 0 Wll.cn, lb ..0 a in o 0 Iiltrlck,cr..l 2 2 10 McAUIiter, e.n 0 4 0 0 Vond'rb'k.rf.o 0 2 0 0 McD'm'tt, Cf.O 3 3 0 0 Cook, If. 1 13 0 0 l'appalan. p. 1 0 B 0 Boldt, p 1 1 1 l o Totale 8 IT 27 10 1 Totals.... id "5 24 lT T Cleveland o 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 .. a West New York F. O 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 i Earned runs-Cleveland. 2 West New York F.C 0. First base on balla-Off Boldt. 2; off Panpalan. l! Btniok out-fly l'appalan, St by Boldt. a. Home run Cook. Two-nae hlu-Chtlda. McDeraffut, Bruah. Lamar, and Boldt. Umpire ElsenhotKr. Time 1 hour and BO minute. Attendance 3.300. AT SkCAtTCCS. Ironside I 0 0 0 4 a 1 1 0 lo" "0 "Si Recreations 0 10 0 8 0 10 0 S 0 a Batterles-Deegan and O'Nell; Templeton and Col lin. at wn.rjtmscTto. Bt. Louis College .0 0000000 00 S Wllllamib'gA. A.S 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 ., O 10 3 Batteriet Botle and Mulhallj Baker and McCov mlck. at noaokxn, Hoboken.,.0 001001400 g 8 "a "i Merlden..,.0 032100000 00 11 3 Batterles-Usgea and Burke; Clements and TheUen. at wiLixTs rourr. Klngsb'dgeA.A.B 8 1118 8 1 2-24 184 W!iretsB.B.0..1 0 0 1 a 0 0 1 0" 8 H Batterlee-araham and Wood) Duckendorf, CarrolL and Hellly. AT VAX rT. Leontlne 1 0 0 8 a 0 1 0 1 "74 Emeralds 0 8 2 8 4 0 3 1 ..18 20 3 Batteries-Dunn, Landers, and Harnett; Cotter and at ausross rxRK. Alert .....o 0000000 0 "o a- i Osceola 0 0 f 0 u 0 0 0 ,. 5 10 2 Merrltte. 0 0 0 3 10 4 8 0-0 fa i, Bay Ridge A. 0. ,.5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-7 12 u Batteries-Wall and Jackllts; Uarvey, Hersey, and AT states ULasn. Night Owls. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Ia Oliver b.C 0 0000000 11 AT ST. loci. Brown Rrtertes.l 0 B 1 0 8 8 0 B 18 14 Cuban X(llanta..3 U 1 0 2 0 0 0 8-1 T 18 a Batteries-Kramer and Wlnkelmerer: Nelson. Sei dell and William. At Newark Newark Athletics, 20; Wrat Orange A, , ,.V,0.UUl Drooklyn Wllllamtburs A, A. Reserves, 10; Uudtons, B. Ilaseball Came To.fJay. Siriosu. LCxni'E xhD xurniciv xsanciAttox. New York at Ilaltlinors (two Kamesli Boston at Brooklyni mila.n-lrlilu at Washlngion; M. Louis ut Cincinnati; Cnlcago at i'liitburg; LoulsMlle at Cleveland, ESTEK! LL-AQt'E. rrnvldenr at Scranton; Hprlngaeld at AVIIkrs barre; Itovucster at Tjroulo; lluaalo at fijra. ouie. ATLAVTIC LEXQLE. Newark at Hartford: l'ateraon at Readlnct Rich, tbond at Norfolk) Lancaster al FMladelpliia. E. W. Rollins, better known aa "Starlight." of Australia, who lias me, U30 Kittslmmoni. Joe aod dard, and Jim Hall In tb ring, Mill faco G nor re Crisp at Newcastle, England, on Wednesday night. They will box twenty rounds at 1B8 pounds tor 100 A lid. Olit6iNoni6RSFifKednf5r"eumerTW - per month; for full particular address WCUA.RD BUltU, box 286 Mevrburf, JT, T, , SJyoxtmx&'tt Quote, I THE LUTHY WHEEL $150, GUT $no, A FEW DAYS MORE . Ifyou do not thoroughly understand ths correct principle of mechanlcr.1 construction, get a graduate to pass his opinion on this wheel for you. we do not make any claims. WE LET THE WHEEL SITAE rOK ITSELF. N. B. Mail orders must be accompanied by monsi or Tost Ofllco order. ZIMMERMAN, Tho World's Olinmplon, UNSOLICITED, WRITES! "ItUundoubtedly the Snsrl wheel that has ever been placed on the market. A glance ahows It to be superior to anything w hxv yet seen." THE REAR WHEEL. CHAIN OS. WITn A SINQU .YNRr.TTR1E'KdTWL,i!s.8l,IN0VE" W U Bead This: In view of tho difficulties or obtaining a correct decision as to which POSITIVELY waa tho BEST BICYCLE on the market, THIS 1'APEIl dccidid at the opnln( of the A? present ct cling season to make a thorough 1 and exhaustive Investigation, the result of which will be a definite and decided an swer a to which was the very best bicycle manufactured, a, notwithstanding all claims, there can only be ONE BEST. OUn representatives havo, therefore, with lead ing mechanic, given clone and critical at tention to all tho leading make of wheel a found In tbelr catalogue and a pre tented by manufacturers and Interested wheelmtn, but unknown to any one Inter ested In this decision. A a result of thorough teat and examinations, the UNANIMOUS VERDICT OF OCR RE PORTERS and GRADUATED MECHANICS was In favor of the LUTHY WHEEL, and waa basod upon general and symmatricai excellence In every part of a bicycle, coupled with correct and sclentlflo designs. Bpace fnrblds tbe publication or the de tails of the character of that Investigation, but we remark In passing that GREAT a STRESS waa laid upon the OPINIONS of a I large number of PRACTICAL WORKMEN 1 who have examined the MECHANICAL tl FEATURES of the LUTUY.-Weatern He- I view of Commerce. And This: Physician who ar equally familiar with the organisation and functions of th body, and toe peculiarly akllml construc tion or "The Luthy Wheel." made by Luthy Co., makers. Peons, 111., with Anslln Remsen, General Eastern Agent, lo cated at room 802. 808 No. ISO Nassau at.. New York city, enthusiastically recom mend It. This bicycle conTorms readily to the ex tensors and flexors or the body, and In volves no muscular or nerve strain, conse quently we consider thla bicycle rr supe rior to any other, and when we make such distinctions, the decision Is not given hap hazard, bat la baaed upon the doeest un prejudiced examination. Probably th majority of journals which are dedicated to the preservation of health, think alike with these reports, but a careful search of the advertlalng column of aucb public. tlons. a glance at tbo paid advertlaement or the varloua makes or wheels, will afford ready and significant reasons why auch journale cannot declare their preference, and make public facts which every on who buys a wheel for health or pleasure should know. napplly, however, the United State Health Report, having never solicited ad vertlalng contracts from any bicycle manu facturer, and therefore having no Interest save that ot their readers to subserve, are In a position to make known the truth, which la familiar to every scientist who ha ever Investigated, and that 1st the I "Luthy Bicycle" is unquestionably ths 1 hygienic wheel par excellence. I "Unitenl Staff Health Ilrporit," Washington, D. O Volume 8, No. 2. Juns isa AUSTIN REMSEN, General Eastern Agent Catalogue 1 SO Nassau St., mailed on reaata N. y. dly. WE BELT. I VICTOR iSGYCLES, I I NEW 1896 MODELS, X O.V J FATXEXT OP fsSs osia: I I AND 12 MO. mm. m I PAYMENTS OP 'i,00 fXTlTU O-VJS TEATt'S GVAJtAXTKS. 4 CALL OR WJIITE ' I B. G. P. CO., il X R003IS CO AXI 6T, TUIJtli FLOOR, ', I 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. 0 Salesroom Open Slonday Ertningt 1 Until 9 o'clock. ; 44944444444r$ Ison't Miss the tireat UNITED AGENTS Ioublo Auction Rule or BICYCILES at the Exchange Boom. Sit llltt) tO STIIKCTT, and the triple stores, STB) to 419 llroadwns (near firand). a StLES D..ll.l AT It It'll Pl.aCat. lino a. .tl. ad nuiu I. vs. Under the personal dire, tlnn vt OI.IVKH NI'.nXKIl TII4I 1 , asiUted li DANIEL R. KENNEDY. Auctioneer, ami assist). B155 l..aID'!S' St MKX'S and Diamond nnd Combination Tnndrnis tn Iw sold ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. MllltCINR lia.llltMI'I'll 1NI1T), UtllTH (tflllT t.l'tllWTRKIM. MOV4Ilt'l.llKh'I4M't:, AMI OTIIKIIS. First giinranlnod IH" wheels at am lion this seaaoa. LaV" This la poalllvi-ls iimnumi-lurer' aal. Ewry wheel must to stid MY PRICES MAKE BUSINESS. AND SO.VltK MY t'O.M IMnil'OHS. t SMALL CI.OM: (ll T III MAi.MS I "li't-'K OF $100 SYRACUSE CYCLES $29.50. Hade by .s rnein-i- ' eli (' -) r u use, N. Y., for the nen li.ua ni.xl.N tl.f lM'il nunlela 119, ltttm Miilels aro iiuile of Mixlel frames, 180 T tires and purts, an mIi t leui. frsli, not leen madeup nrrrli utoiilliai nre filll inruuletill Ladlea'o; Men'si Illaik ti.il.i. -nn n.ici.il.l. i-hnlceof tlrva. GENUINE ELMORE CYCLES $29,50. Ilato s.il 1 hut 'i.nuO Elmurra during past t years, ink iln rhlt r4 If 1 1,- niuuutthe best Plrycle ina'le ha -tort k inmnti-u ami mine Kleu lib each t'lox'lc ilioi uio uiadu up from ISWd part, and ar all tltutt fieM.1 1. MHI" 4ntl nrn a lislilne llitraNln. WILLIS' PARK ROW CYCLE CO., 2J Park Row, Opp. Post Office. $3b. CRAWFORD BICYCLES, New IHLMI Models, milt leu' ilrt ' Men and Wouk-iiV, guumutcrd cmih jmr ,'ath only. Juvenile wheel at pioiHirilonute pi ISUTCrawfonls. W Tiinileina, l") u extra chart for, asy pa) incut Dlii'iuit .1Ic:l,tiiii V "o., gCWIIroadwa), N, Y I l!il3 llrdlord av Hrnnkiya, JULY 4-CLEARANCP SALE OVH-fUI.U, SI ) up. UL'AKAS.Fr.I) '07 rrU. H 7,". luliuontK, ft:!5, lullh, $.(& horv. immIh, $ii'j, (Juuintiw, 4!Mi Ani"r, .) WVliuvti uul) UU ttrmlv Uil t!il tianJ uhu't-ttl iurovu Ilft'ire Call, with t'uh, t mitrni4tteuUrACtloi. HOHPARIEL CYCLE CO., 10 Barclay sL, Near llroadwa) and rrrnc llaaenient riMHES, S pair. U-at 'U7si full warranty; UlSKRAle L X 1ZKD ItUlilJKH CO., lb Clin it. Ajeuu wantrtV