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W ' jfo" ' ' ' ' ' -.;''' the 'sbisf, monpay Jtesr 2s, ib&, y"',u I
Rt .Yjtir XtOAD nit! onmcrtrn rontr
r 4 iron K.i.vr nturitns.
WV. fynertntendent Qtilnn Bny Mom Thnn
Htf 8,000 Vehicles Pntst-d the Kntrnnro Ye-
mi terdny Scenea Alone llio Tliorniifhfnre
El A Walt Stepper Trim Two Trotter.
W- Dpeedwny Tark was the objoctlvo point for
Bfl STorybody whodrovotonrondwoBon.ninrtboiit
ffi or other' llulit chlclo north of Contrnl Park
Hf,' restordny, nnil Iho numbor of turnouts In
M evidence) olontf tlm splendid new drlvowny was
m muolll&rsarthnnntrmy tlmo since thorlnoowan
& opened, thrco weeks no. Huporlntondont
W Qulnn estimated Oust moro than 2.000 vehicles
ff? passed (ho ontrnnco nt IfiSth street durlnc tho
flr day. risasure seekers on foot at oil tlmos out-
W. numbered the drivers, In tho mlJdlo of tho
L attornoon both sidewalks and tho path on tho
B, hljlsldo woro thickly dottod with spectators on
a tho lookout for a brush between rlynl trottors
E- on tho rooilway.
M "This looks like old times on Seventh nve-
jr, nne,"sald n well-known road rider who sur-
S, veyed tho lively eccno from tho high eround at
M the entrance "What will It bo In tho fall.
W- when all tho drlvors como back to town? If
m tho Park Department doesn't draw tho lino
K closor thon as to tho classes of volilclos ndmlt-
W ted, thoro will to such a crowd up hero on Hun-
3 days that spccdlnc will bo out of the question.
I Thoso who think tho Bpccdwny Isn't colnit to
, entertain anybody except tho mon who drive
jjj ought to como up hero to-day and look at tho
crowd on tho sldowalks."
JR Thrco weoks of use and rain and work have
'Sr greatly Improved tho surface of tho soft dirt
,5 road, so that It was ossIbta yesterday to send
,lr a horso nlons nt ppcod without receiving a
shower of Iooao dirt from his heels. Many of
:ft tho mon who drlvo real flyers, howovor, uso
M toreons on their road wagons to prevent any
j annoyanco of this sort. Careless drlvors In
B the Sunday crowd kept tho mounted ofllcers
busy enforcing tho rules, which roaulro all
K vehicles not moving at speod to hue tho
If ourb on tho right -hand sldo of tho road.
j The man who hooks up his week-day de-
j llvery-wngon trotter to a two-seated surrey on
lii Bunday and takes his family for a drlvo was
I It" much In ovldenco In tho middlo of tho road and
I J on tho wrong sldo yesterday, creating plenty
'K of oxcltomont whon ho baroly missed colliding
' with horses speeding In tho oppostto direction.
IK "Thoso chaps haven't much to fear from n mti-
If up with a light road wagon, and they clvo us a
R good deal of troublo to keep them where thoy
,K belong," sold ono of tho officers on tho upper
K sootlon, "But they're lenrnlng," ho added.
m An amusing throo-cornored brush took plaoo
,K on tho stretch between tho bridges yeitorday
'I; afternoon, tho eontendiug trotters being a
: handsomo. sleek, stylish buy, hooked to a pnou-
,8 matio speeding wagon of tho latest and lightest
'F typo; a little, old, bnked-up. strlng-haltod, whlto
m horso that looked as though ho might havo
soen sorvlco on 11 rnco track twenty years ago.
w ' and a big. massive, stately black fellow with
jr dooked tall, drlten to a smart four-wheel
I park trap. Tho young man driving tho am-
g bltlous bay had started him up alono when tho
f, old gray got agoing just behind htm, and, in
r spite 01 tho fact that ho pullou an old-fashioned
f hutb-whcelvd top buggy of tho model of 1X80.
w the old string-halted trotter stepped It otTtuo
f last for tho other.
h "Blek'im, Tlgel You've got him I Go It I"
p ebouted nn enthusiastic partisan on tho slde-
E walk, just as tho old gray draw clear of his
ft rival and overhauled the black hlgh-stcppor
I that had been moving along slowly out near
S, tho curb. Allot n Midden the park horso was
L transformed into it tllng trotter; uimnring
t uway at a Btrong '2:'M ellp and slinwing clean,
I- pure action nt both emN, Innjlffytlio black
fc had taken tho shlno off tho gullaut old gray,
K leaving blm uway In tho rear.
E "Goo whlzl" gasped an astonished by-
!' btander who saw the llnish, " I didut know
I' them dock-tailed horses could trot like that."
t Ono of tho bost brushes nf tho ilaycnmnoff
B, OH tho upper section between Arthur L. Ker-
f" ker's little four-venr-old chestnut pacer Atl-
r toka and a fust buy trotter noarly seventeen
1 hands high, driven by Mr. Mares of Bronx
& liorough. It was a hnmmor-and-tongH contest
S Jor tho lend all the way irom where the road-
'Way widens above Washington Bridge, to tho
;E end at Dyckman street, a stretch of u mllo or
more. Both horses uro stondy-golng as well as
J' foBt. and they niiido a beautiful race, finishing
i on as oven terms us they had started. Dennis
if, Harrington's stout old stallion. Captain Lyons,
S 2:17K, was ono of tho trottors that mot all
comers and bent them In many a spirited
B brush. Tho hoiso is uoailylu years old, but
K ho seems to bo as fast ami enduring as over.
W "I could trim him If I had Klngwood hero In
place of tho colt I'm driving," said OeorgoA.
I Coloman, who sponds eight hours every duy on
1 the now driveway. Klngwood has a record of
, U:l")(. and was forinurlr owned by Androw
Mlllor.onoof thestettanlsof tho JockoyCmb.
' J, W. Cornish and his crack trotter. David B..
I 2:00X, woro conspicuous nt tho head of tho
' procession In several sharp brushes. Nathan
Btraus was thero with Cobwebs. 2:12, and tho
fpien on tho sidewalk wore hoping all day to seo
him meet tho Cornish turnout, and thus
pettle tho question of supremacy between
' David B. and tho big son of Whips.
Oon. WIloy and K. II. Mnson camo to-
1 cether In a brush with tholr bay and block
i aoublo tonms, finishing too far away for tho
f result to bo seen. Christopher Mooney was
out with his eruek pair, Eustvlow, 'Jilou. and
tinnto, looking or trouble. John Qulnn says ho
lias not yot seen them beaten on tho road.
; l'rod Deitz Is drMw; 11 pair, however, that may
raako troublo fur Alooney's flyors If they hap-
' pen to como together. Ono of thorn is tho
, ureedy-looklng bay mum Ilowena Chimes.
I from C. J. Ilumlln's Vlllnge Farm, nnd tho othor
I nnd faster trotter of the tenm is a lengthy,
mangy, racy liny, by Director's Jug, 'J-.'MH, tho
1 son of Director, '2.11, and Lizzie, tho dam of
I Brown Hal. :i'J. This pair tried conclusions
i Vflth a double tmm from Chicago having
6 n, record, of J:1H14, nnd yesterday bent
t them twice from High llrldgo to tho
? southern approach, nnd they wero hiin-
' dlcapred by 11 high-wheel road wagon, while
the chestnut team pulled n pnemmitio track
wagon. John Qulnn was out morning nnd
evening, first with tho brown mnro I'olly nnd
mate in double harness, nnd later with his
: half-brodlhuekneyl'uul. E. I). Blaterdrovohls
White-faced buy irottcr. Frederick Btelnway
; was In ovldenco wit bono of his fast ones. Peter
t Doolgerdrovo a. likely looking bay to npnou-
! patio wagon. I. A. Hammond sat bohind a
1 handsomo young trottor by Almonarch, 'ittiiii,
thOBlropfl-iintftsy'sdain. Caot. Fleming, Judgo
1 II. M. Whltehend, Charles Wclland, Thomas
Jlpgers. M. J, .Leonard. Anton ltlnschler, B, B.
, Clark. Fred Oerken. John It. Kelm. Frank Fer
Buson. 1 . T. Ilndiker. . It. Janvier. Capt. 0. H.
1 ; AIcDonald nnd Alexander Kowburgcr woro out
K ; behind trotters and pacers of speed.
p ;
I 1 Boeknwny Hunt Club Wins at Polo.
I ?' OBDAnnuitsT, July 24. Tho Kocknway nunt
r Club defeated tho Btnten Island Polo Club yes-
1 ; terday nftomoon on tho field of tho Itockaway
Hunt Club in tho final sorlos for tho Southamp-
' ' .ton Polo Cup offcrod by tho Southampton Club
1 ; of Bouthamrton. Tho total scoro was: Itocka
way. 23 goals; Btaton Island. 14); goals. Tho
gamo was one-sided, and the work was dono
principally by tho Itockaway mon. Tholr
, ponies wero somewhat superior to tho Btaton
i Islanders . Only two gonls woro scored by tho
Jattor.durinEthegume. They wore mado by Wll-
,ff inerding. assisted by tho other mombors of the
team. On Hoveral occasions tho Btaten Island
'. ers hnd tho ball within a short dlstancoof tho
f:oal posts when thoy lost it to the Long Island
earn. The Held was In splendid condition,
JS Which Rroatly assisted tho riders In making
'MS 'V J,n0, f'ocjoty was largely represented
)x ubout the cluhhouso and tho lawns of tho
M srounds. The teams wero:
.. . BoekawajrIliiiiB La Montague, handicap 0; J. Dal.
B let, Jr., 0; E. Johnon, UiUeonisL. Myen, 4. Total
handicap, 18.
f&.' Btaten . Iilnnd-O. n. Itobblni. handicap 1; 3,0.
A' WUmerdipg, 1: Norton Bmith, 2: Oeorg Sldenbcnr.
M- 0. Xotal handicap, 0.
V Cricket,
M' Tto jamea of Saturday had a peculiar effect upon
3? the clubi In ttin race for tlio cbamplonalilp of the
XU Uetropolltan Dlitrtct CrlcLet League. While Team
fX. A Of the New Itnej A. C. aerini to bo aecurs Id the
5J-1' lead for the pennant, Btaten Iiland and Manhattan
e$ Si again tied (or errond place, and Itoieville and
L Team D of the Now Jertey A. 0. arc Ufd for fourth
m plaee, with New Tork bringing mi the rear. Thelead.
TUfe era for the batttug (irito hail big reduction In their
' ficngy. It. K. UoliiKr tame duwu from 110to12.
8Cr W. B. Walter from ill to ! and M. R Colib from 4
fft ' to&S. The laftt ueiuril ii nowvrcend, howtver, aud
f means to malo a bold bid tut the cup. The club
PF ' record follow:
ffi r l'er
ab . Won.loit. CI. Won.Lott. Ct.
iW N.J.A.0..T1U A G (ll.oisi NJ.A.C.TmB 1 2 Ma
ft-, Uanhaitan... 2 2 .r.iMiHovevillo 1 2 ,n;i3
vjj! buteulilaud n a ,rouNewYork 1 ,2(m
ft Drawn taroea-N. 1. A. C. Tram A, 2s Btaten hi
ll and, li N. J. A. C. Tram II, 2; Ito.eiilie.l.
Rr Toe aunual liitrrnntleual crickot rnatcb between
m tha United btaUo and lUnada will tuk rlaoo on tho
S gronudi of the Ucrtou t). C. Pblladelpbla, on Aug,
IK 29 and 30. CauHUu won llio gamo for the laet thrte
Ut rears. InlUlU tbHi'nntoit waadrawn, k ltlMalnut
KL time the rrprru'iitattt 1 of tho llnUril Hlalu nude an
Wri effort to Uuolil tho prciUiuoor the country In cricket.
Ml. The teania will bu u lrrti d by tho Aaaoclated I'rli krt
KT Olabaof rjilladrlnhla, uud Ilia Cjnadlau rlexn will
Wt' be choaeu rnlm tho follnwIiiE: H. W. haunilrm. J. M.
B lAbag, 1', 0. UnMlnuliaiii, W. It. Wadiwonh, J. L.
B Uounarll. 1,U. boiuerville, A. Gllleiple, r. W. Terry.
til II.-U. II oGttertn, Q. S, Ly ou, U. AciUnd, U. J.Tucker!
45 adA.lalaiBKdDxI.
L. 1 . '
Jl3rSSii iMim .in '" ijiejiejewBie4st II at 1 i f tiirai-'
"- T , t...r 1.,...ffH...rt..i:?feew- - I III "'il
lTeeerds of the New York and Brooklyn
Clnbe In the angne Ilace.
VanlTsltron again leads the New Tork play
ers In batting. While his average dropped
three points lost week, he passed Boymour,
whoso figures wero docrcoaod twenty-ojght
points. Doyle. Wamor, and Joyco were the
only members of the local club who Improved
In tholr ctlck work. The team lost four Points
In batting and twd 'points In fielding, tho op
posing players 'decreasing their batting aver
ago two points, but added four points to the
fielding column.
Grim. Dunn, Jones, Bmlth, and Ilyan of the
Brooklyns helped tholr batting avorogo last
week, but tho team, howorer, wont bock two
points. In fielding It held Its own. There was
an Inoreaso of one point in both departments
oy the opponents. The records to dato follow:
Kama. Omi. AM. It. III. IB. SB. ir.lt. 3.B. B.IT. A.
V. llalt'n 81 843 77 100 18 10 2 1U 1 ,810
Seymour II 63 11 IS 1 1 10 .80S
OetUg ... 28 83 111 28 2 1 O 8 0 .801
Warner.. rs 201 28 r.n n o no .5 in
Tlernan.. 78 802 07 Si 14 7 4 10 8 .278
Jlarla.,.. HO 278 44 74 5 0 1 10 4 .288
ItUdlo .... II) 04 18 17 1 1 1 2 0 MtS
Joyc 711 284 81 74 9 2 7 ID 8 AH1
Hartraan 7H 801 88 77 B B 1 CO .288
Clradr..., 47 184 82 83 11 8 2 8 1 .247
Oleaeon.. 78 803 46 71 7 1 O 18 1 .234
Doyle ., 18 4H 7 11 2 O O 4 0 .224
Mrckin... 21 78 8 18 2 1 O 0 0 .200
Doheny., 18 67 7 10 O 1 O 0 0 .178
JVamat. Oawui. JVf Onto. Autiti. Emrt. Attract.
Tlernan 78 HI 8 2 .081
Joyce 70 787 81 87 .67
Warner. 88 278 78 17 .888
VaTla OB 187 250 24 .4
Oleanon 78 187 282 84 .(181
tlrady 47 107 18 22 .008
Mrekln 21 8 80 4 .008
Dohenr 18 11 88 8 .004
Dorle 18 27 10 4 .002
Oeitljr... 28 82 48 O .800
Van naltren.,81 147 8 IB .801
Hartman 78 87 184 88 .888
llunl 10 10 80 7 .878
Seymour. 24 18 01 14 .841
At Bat. Runt. BattlKtt. Attratt.
New Tort 2,828 408 788 .381
Opponents 2,771 442 711 .028
PutOult. Aiiittt. Emrt. Attract.
New York. 2,140 1.138 2B2 .287
Opponent 2,128 1,088 288 .084
JVomel. Gmt.A.B. It. IB. in. tB.U.n.H.B.S.n.At.
Bteln 8 10 1410000 .400
McKenna.. inoiOOOOO .883
Jones 78 824 48 PS It 4 0 21 8 .802
Hhrckard.. 08 270 84 70 7 10 8 8 2 .2118
(lrlffin 00 277 83 70 0 6 18 4 .2R5
Dunn 24 70 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 .278
Ilallraan.. 711 803 88 78 It 2 1 8 7 .2r.7
Kennedy... 28 82 10 21 8 2 0 0 1 .2611
llrlm 23 77 O 10 O 0 O 1 2 .247
iAchanoe.. 118 277 82 ill la 2 1 12 H .288
Miller 14 43 4 10 1 0 O 0 O .233
Hhlndle.... 78 802 80 (III 8 114 0 .210
Miutoon.... 22 81 7 17 2 0 0 2 0 .210
Htnlth 18 87 8 14 1 8 O 2 0 .2011
llyan CI 170 21 87 8 8 0 0 1 .207
Yeager...., 26 74 0 14 2 O O 1 2 .180
Kamu. Oamtt. Pvt Outt. Aiiittt. Error i. Anraat.
McKenna... 1 O 2 O 1.000
Ortflln 80 1011 0 4 .078
Miller. 14 8 85 1 .077
Orlm 23 88 17 4 .054
Itian CI 180 71 1.1 .051
Kennedy... .23 10 74 R .044
Ilallman....70 184 273 83 .038
Hheckard...H8 140 0 12 .025
Jones 78 1311 14 13 .017
Magoon....22 45 84 18 .008
Yeager 25 10 88 8 .005
Hhlndle 78 103 188 81 .1103
Dunn 24 24 60 8 .002
I.achanoe...as 104 148 40 .806
Bmlth 18 51 12 8 .887
Btcln 8 18 1 .800
At Bat. Jtuni. BattHitt. Attraoe.
Brooklyn 2,721) 844 710 .357
Opponent.... 2,783 443 788 .278
rut Outt. Altiltl. Krrart. Attrapt.
Brooklyn 2.110 1,110 205 .040
Opponent.... 3, 110 1,01 102 .048
Itreltenstein Saves tlm Game for Cincinnati
Agnlnst Pittsburg.
CmcnntATi, July 24. A heavy ratn near the ap
pointed hour allowed only ono game of tho an
nounced double-header to be ployed to-day, and
doubtleas kept down the attendance, although 7,000
persona were present. The struggle mi exciting
throughout. Breltenstein.who succeeded Dammann
after the second inning, did not yield a hit, while
llhlnes'a wilduesa was coatlr. Corcoran wee acci
dentally hit In the head by a ball hotly thrown by
Htclufeldt and had to retire In the seventh Innlne,
The grounds were very oft. When they flrat went
to their placea In the Seld the come player were
tumultuouily cheered aa the "coming champions."
The score:
.. . n.l.P.O.A,r. B.1B.P.O.A.S.
McBrlde, cf.o 1 a O o Donoran, rf.2 110 0
Bmlth, If.. ..2 o 4 O O McCreery.cf.0 2 4 o o
Corcoran. as.O 111 o Lake, lb. . .0 1 8 O o
McPhee,2b..l loo 0 O'Brien, If., o 0 2 o o
Bccklcy. lh.o X II o 0 Padden, 2b..l 18 8 0
Irwin. nb...,0 o 1 8 O Gardner, Sb.l 0 3 10
Mlller.rf ...O o 4 O I.Ely, ss 1 0 12 1
Ht'nrt,2b,ss.l 2 2 2 1 Bchriver, C..0 12 0 0
Peltr, c. . .1111 o Ithlnes, p..,.o 0 0 2 0
Dammann, pO OO02
Brolt'st'n, p.l Olio Totals 5 824 8 1
TotAla 8 728 8 4
Bchriver out. Hit by batted ball.
Cincinnati 0 0 10 8 0 0 3 ..8
Flttwburg o 4 O O o o O 1 o G
Two-baee hlta Peltr. Beckley, Btelnfeldt. Bacrl
ftce bite MclJrlde, Beckley. Hhlnee. fitruck out By
Ithlnes 1. First base on balls Off Breitensteln, 6;
oil Bhlnes, 5. Left on basea Cincinnati, C; Pitts
burg. 8. Flrat base by errors Cincinnati. 1 ; Pitts
burg, 2. Don bio play Puddcn and Lake. Umpires
Oaffney and Drown. Time I hour and 60 minutes.
CmcAoo.July 24. Powell had the crippled Chl
cagos at his merer all through the eaine to-dir.
Cleveland hit Callahan hard, especially In tho eighth
and ninth Innings. Langorfsayed to play his tegular
position, tiut is not In any kind of form. The feature
of the game was the fielding of Chlldn. Attendance.
0,600. Tho score:
n.ln.r.o.A. f. r..l.p.o.A.r.
nyan.lf O 110 1 Burked, If.. 2 3 10 0
Keritt, lb .O 0 II 2 0 Chllds. 2b..,2 2 0 0 0
Lalipn, cf....O 0 2 1 2 McKran. ss.,1 8 0 2 0
Dalllen.es. ..1 1 B 6 1 O'Connor.lbl 2 12 0 O
M'Corni'k,3bo 0 2 8 0 McAlllst'r.cf o 1 1 o o
Thornton, rf.o 110 o,Vallaco.3b..2 1 a 1 0
Connor. 2D. .0 o 2 a olBlake. rf 1 14 0 0
Chance. c... 2 2 4 1 0 C'relger, o. . .0 13 0 0
Callahan, p..O 0 12 0 Powell, p.... 0 10 2 0
Totals 8 C27 17 41 Total 01CC714"o
Cleveland 0 0 0 10 114 20
Chicago 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 13
1'lrst base on error Cleveland, 1, Left on bases
Cleveland, 7: Chicago, 4. rirat baso on halls Off
Powell, 4: off Callahan, 8. Struck out By Powell, 8:
bj- Callahan. 2. Three-base hlta Wallace, Blake,
rhence. Two-base bits McKean (2). Kacrlnce hit
McKean. Stolen base Chance. Double plays Pow
ell, McKean and O'Connor: Connor, Dahlen and Kv
erltt: Dahlen and Everitt. Wild pitch Callahan.
Umpires O'Day and McDotaild. Time of game 2
hour and 6 minutes.
LOuieviLLl, 2; ST. LOUIS, 1.,
Lotnavtu-r., July 24. Louisville defeated the
Browna tn-tay In the ninth Inning, after a beautiful
game. Uughey and Magco engaged In a Ditching
contest. In which Ilughey excelled, though Mageo
received perfect support. Hoy won the gameliy
beating a alow hit, stealing second, making third
on a poor throw, and scoring on a fly. The scoroi
IUlB.r.O.A. . I B.1B.P.O.A.E.
Dowd, rf.. .Olio O Clarke, If... o I) u 1 o
Bteniel.cf.. 12 10 OUoy.cf 1 1 o O 0
Harley,lf.,o 0 10 O Decker, rf..,0 o 1 o 0
Cross, 8b. ...O 0 10 0Wagner.8b..0 0 2 4 0
Cleraonts,o..O 0 2 0 O Davis, lb ...1 1 ti O O
Huirden, c ,o 1 10 1 linitchey,2b..0 16 2 0
Hulllran,es,.0 12 1 o Cllngmau.ss.o 14 2 0
Tucker, lb,, 0 18 0 O Kittridge, c.O 0 0 10
Qulnn ,2b, .,0 1 o 5 OMagee.p 0 0 0 4 0
liughey, p..,0 0010
., ----- ToUla 3 42714 0
Totals 1 728 8 1
Two out when winning run wa acored,
Bt.Loul 0 O o O 0 0 0 O 11
Louisville 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 12
Left on baaes St. Louis, B: Louisville, 8. Two
base hit Cllngman. Bacrifl.ee bite Wagner, Qulnn.
Double play Cllngman and Davis. Btolon base
Davis, rtoy. Struck ont-By Ilughey, 8; brMagee.
1. First base on balls Off If ughey, 2: off Magee.8
Umplrea-Emslle and llunt. Time 2 hour and 3
minutes. Attendance 4,600,
Hlfaliiiiils' s
clum. grS??lfIli -::::::
p :?: ?
Cincinnati .. 2 8 4 c e 0 4 f, "a 7 Ti
Boston .. 5.. 24864 0 6 568 58
Cleveland 1 6 .. 4 3 7 2 4 6 8 0 8 CI
Baltimore 343,. 24CH2AA8 47
Mew York. 2461,. 2008 6 58 44
Chicago 6 2 8 2 8 . 1 O 6 II 6 6 4U
lltUburg. 144260. 5 2 4 8 8 43
Phlladel'a 3832442 2874 87
Brooklyn. 2 o a a 2 o t o ., o n c ;i3
Waeh'ton. 420602 11 14.. 88 80
LoulivlUc 121H238076.2 20
Bt. Louts. 11132884223.. 24
Panics 1'tt 26'20 81 83 87 40 40 41 47 51 63 82
Atlantlo League.
K. B. C
Patereon o 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02 0 2
Hartford 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .. c 10 1
llatterie Flaherty and Bemla; Wood and Roacbe.
sacojD 0A1IK.
K. Xf. a
PaUraon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O 7 2
Hartford 0 0 0 10 0 10 ..2 4 0
Batteries TUu, Deal and O'Brien Eotel and
. iui ir .ti Mr lt;.trTvt'tiWlb f n '-
11 ') " faiiljiiiniJisiiiiMaiiirMiMi-isiiiiiiiiiJW
a anr Aurr-eTs- AirjL
n. r.
frwark ....1 0 0 110 4 1 C O 11 O
Norfolk.. .........0 a 3 O 0 0 0 O 04 8 8
Bttrle Carrlck and nethfoni rfanmlller and
sioovn OAica.
ljrk O 0 0 0 d 1 0 8 0-7 8 O
Norfolk... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OO 4 7
EatUrlss-Coogan and Bothfusi; Mewton and Fox.
1 1 f f f jl f f jf
Richmond 8160008 43
Lancaater... 4 .. 8 4 7 8 12 0 47
Beading 2 2 .. 8 10 B 8 0 46
Kewarh ,. 4 n 8 .. 8 7 7 4 80
ratereon 1874.. 864 85
Hartford 6 7 8 10 4 .. 2 0 37
Norfolk 5 5 0 6 0 4.. 7 33
Allentown 4482878.. 81
Oamaeloat 25 87 84 8842 45 44144 ..
Eastern League.
Montreal. O 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 00 12 8
Bprlngneld 0 3 0 0 0 8 0 0 1-0 13 1
Batteries Bonders and Jacklitxi Eerwan and
a. n. x.
Brraouse 3 0 3 4 0 2 0 0 ..8 I) 1
Wllkeabarre 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0
Batteries Becker and Burrill; ratton and OonWng.
mr EiconD.
III? ?
I P i I : : ! : ?
Montreal 6476848 40
Wllkeabarr. 6 .. C c II 8 8 6 87
Syracuse 80.. 6CUD8 40
Toronto 0 0 8 .. 7 8 C 0 30
ButTslo 8 6 10 8 .. 3 8 4 41
Springfield 7 1 2 6 4 .. 8 0 31
Ottawa 4 6 8 3 7 6,. 4 36
Providence 4886C74.. 01
Oamea lost. 32 02 05 87 40 87 41 40 ..
Other Unities.
ax n. oionoa cnicxrr OBOtrmw.
B. B.
noboksn..,,....l 10000208 7 10 8
Bt.LonlsOollege.2 0 0 0 3 10 0 ..14 10 1
Batteries Voorhls and Burke; Fzice and MulhaU.
B. IX. M.
fluburbana 0 03103000 5 11 0
Emeralds 8 7 8 0 0 0 0 0 ..18 8 0
Batteries njui and Ilencyi Bplaln and Olbbons.
n. 8. B.
W. N. Y. F. 0 2 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0-8 8 8
Cuban X Giants... .0 0 0 18 0 0 2 0-8 7 1
Batteries Foster and Ltmar; Howard and WUllama.
The baseball teams of the New Jersey A. O. and the
New York A. C. engagod In n hot contest at Bergen
Point on Saturday, the New Jerseys winning the
game In the last Inning by a batting streak. The
game was replete with brilliant work on the part of
both nines, the Jerttoys making no less than nvo
double playa. Tho scoro:
b. n. a.
New Jersey A. 0..0 0 1119 0 3 20 18 4
New York A. C... 2 0 2 0 8 0 0 1 08 12 0
Batteries Disosway and Bodlne; Oaronnl and
Hnsebnll Oamea To-Day,
Baltimore at New York; Boston at Brooklyn; Wash
ington at Philadelphia; Chicago at Cleveland; Cincin
nati at Pittsburg; St. Louis t Louisville.
Ottawa at Buffalo: Wllkrsbarre at ByTacust; Bprlmp.
Seld at Montreal; Providence at Toronto.
Norfolk at Newark; Hartford at Patersoni Rich
mond at Allentown; Beading at Lancaster.
Baseball Xotea.
Pitcher Yeager lost his last alx game.
Two error In twelvo gatnea is Shindle'a record.
Six hit were made by Doyleln the laat three games.
Oleason accepted forty-four chances without an
error last week.
Tieraan has played a clean fielding game In thelaat
forty-four games.
Van Haltren is tho only New York player who ha
not missed a gamo.
Hvcrittwas tho first National League player to
make 100 base hits.
Warner had a batting average of .645 In the three
games played last week.
All of the National League cluba, excepting the
Chtcafos, havo been shut out.
It is said that Billy Nash will try hi hand at pitch
ing. He may try his hand with the Baltimore Club
Davis stole only five bases In hie first sixty-five
games and then made a like number In the next threo
In tho aeventy-nlne games played to data the
Brooklyns and their opponents have a like number
of put outs.
Ktilllvan, who Is reported to have been Bold by the
Yl'ilkesbarro Club to St. Louis, was recommended to
the Brooklyn Club several werka agu.
The Clifton A. C. of Harlem has a few open dates
in August which It would like to fill with any team
averaglug 17 to in years. A suitable guarantee re
quired. Address J. Joseph Hopkins, 2,181 rifth
The Ashford A. C. would like to hear from the
Hickory A. C, Maujer A. C, Btaggs, Soauldtng L. U.,
or any first class amateur club. Expenses guar
anteed. Aildnss A. Kaeuimer. 447 OleLmore avenue.
The Young Men'e Union would like to hear from
all teams within 100 miles of New York. All Satur
day la August ami September except Sept. 4 and
11 are open. The Iloruuubs of Brooklyn, St. Clair
Field Club, Dover A. Cam! south Orango Field Club .
prtft-nud. Address Frank J. Harvey, 110 Prospect
street, Brooklyn.
Cincinnati, July 24. President Brush of the Cin
cinnati Club and Secretary Muckcufuss of tho St.
Louis Club were in tho city all day and In conference)
most uf tho time. Muckenfusi'a mission probably
was to get new backing for his club. Whether Brush
is going bi supply it and now ownership as well will
not do elop for some Uaye. Both men insisted that
noBUchinove hod bemmado orcoutemplated.
Volunteers (ilvo Atlilotlo Folnts to Itegulnr.
The soldier boys who aro fretting nt Fort Slo
cuin for a chance of going to the front con
trive to fill in their leisure tlmo with mlmlo
warfaroon tho athletic Hold. Tho men In camp
includo tho Twenty-second Itegiment. N. O. N.
Y and Battery 7. Unltod States Artlllory. In
nn ambitious moment tho regulars challenged
tho volunteers to a tournoy on trnek
and field on Saturday afternoon nnd
received a worse defeat than thoy aro
over likely to cxporlcnco in actual war.
Tho Now York regirrrcnt Includes soveral
clever athletes, and they simply played liavoo
with tho nrtillcrymon. who wore unnblo to
score in any event. Anionc the prominent
wlnr.orH for tho Twenty-second wero O. O. Hol
lander, the noted mlddle-distnnco champion of
the Knickerbocker A. C, and Thomas J, llellly.
who had been in tho front rank of Ireland a
athletes. Humninry;
100-Yard Dash Won by J. Steen, Company E; J,
YVsterbury, Battery B, second; J Cody, Company I,
440-Yard Bun Won by J. Bteen, Company E; O,
O, Hollander, Company E, second; J, Weston, Com
pany I, third.
Half-Mllf Walk Won by McLaughlin, Company I;
OkuHoii, Company K, second; Smith, Company K.
Half-Mile Run, Heavy Marching Order Won by O,
O. Hollander, Company K; Thomas J, Rellly, Com
pany K, second.
Wheelbarrow nace Von by J. Rteen, Company E;
Cody, Company I, second; Lane, Company F,. third.
Three-Legged llacc Won by lltllly and Steen,
Coinpuny K, Howell aud Ilrann, Company B, second;
Murphy and Orrwln, Company li third.
Tug of War Won by Hetlly, Itose, Robert, Fink,
Howell, Morrlitey, Bchinldt, llleason, aud Shuanger.
Stars In the Field.
An enthtislastio crowd witnessed the games of the
Star A. C. of Long Island City yesterday morning on
the club's grounds, Fourteenth atreet and Vernon
avenue. The featuro of tho day was tho good all
round ability displayed by J, J, Moran and Robert
W, Kennedy, only ono point separating the two men.
75-Yard Dash Won by J. J. Moran, J, J, Connolly
second, Robert W, Kennedy third. Time, 8 4-5 sec
onds. 1100-Yard Novice Race Won by J. J. Cronln, R. A.
White second, J. 11. White third. Time. 8HHI seconds.
Quarter-Mile Run Won by Robert W. Kennedy. J.
J. Connolly secoud, Albert J. Uauimarth third. Tlmo,
6714 seconds.
Running Broad Jump Won by J, J. Moran, scratch,
with 10 feet il Inches: V. II. Marshall, u Inches, seo
ond, with an actual leap of 17 feet 10H Inchea;
Robert W. Kennedy. 8 inche third, with an actual
leap of 1 7 feet 2 Inches.
20-Yard Dasb-Wou by Robert W. Kennedy, 10
yards; J. J, Connolly, 12 yards, second; Frank Wy
gaut, scratch, third. Time, ;it seconds.
Htsndlnst High Jump VYnn by Oeorgo 11. Ewer,
scratch, with a leap of 4 feet 7 inches; J, H. Moran, 2
Inches, hi ciuid, with an actual leauof 4 fiet 4 luchis;
W. 11. Marshall, H luchea, third, with an actual leap of
U feet lis Inches.
lloo-Yard Run Won by Robert W. Kennedy, scratch:
J, J. Kclloy. 15 sards, second; Ueorgo 11, Ewern, 25
yards, third, lime, 1 minute 21H siconils.
76-Yard Dash Won by J, J. Moran, scratch; W. II.
Marshall, H lards, second; A. J. Marshall, C yards,
third. Time, Mi seconds.
'1 ho poiut standing waa: J. J, Moran, 18; RobertW.
Kennedy, 17; J. J. Couuolly, 0; William 11. Mar
shall, 7 Ueorgo II. Ewers, u. J. J. Cronln. 6; It. A.
White, 8; J. J. Keller. II, J. if. White, 1; Albert Uara
marth, 1; A. J. Marshall, 1; F. Vtygant, 1.
Baseball, Polo (Irouudi, To-Pny, 4 P.M.
Baltimore vs. New York. Admission 50c, Adt,
Uosoball, Washington l'nrk, To-Day,
4 P. M Brooklyn vs. Boston. Adm., 76c., 50c., 35c.
f '
Two Important Strikes on This Week's
Schedule Horsemen Kngerljr Awaiting
the Issue of the llrlgliton Cup Itnce
Coney Istnnd rnll Card Fills Well.
Among; Eastern nnd Western horsemen tho
popular cry this week will bo "On to Baratoga."
Tho meeting at tho Springs wlllopon on Thurs
day, nnd tho number of thoroughbreds either
nt Horso Haven or en routo promisee plenty of
competition. Tho first day will bo signalized
by tho running of tho Congress Kail Stakes, a
flvo-futloncdashfortwo-ycar-olds. ThnellRlblo
list Includes a host of Youngsters, with such
good ones as Muggins. Halt Tlmo, Sir Hubert,
Ethelbort, IlulUllopochtll. Duko of Middle
burg. Prostldlgltntrieo, May Hompstead nnd
Dr. Elchborg In tho group. For Saturday
tho specialty Is tho Kearnoy Stakes, for
nil ages, with $1,000 added, at six furlongs.
This cvont has a grand array of nominations
nnd cromlsos to brine together such fast per
formers as Traversor, Van Antwerp, Irish Beol,
Gcorgo Keeno, Klnnlklnlo. Maceo, Tragedian,
Tlnk Coat and Dr. Catlett. Manyloonl horso
mon nnd followors of the sport proposo to start
for Saratoga on Wednesday night and a big
contingent will follow when the Brighton meet
ing ends on Aug 0. J. J, Durko will allot the
handicaps during the mooting and also preside
In tho judge's box,
Thoro seems to be n greater fascination about
the Brighton Beaeh meeting than over before,
nnd tho nttondnnco each day Is away above tho
standard. Tho regulars havo found It much
cosier to keep In tho game than heretofore, as
tho winning; percontago has favo"rod thorn to an
unexpected extent, nnd tho monoy has beon
kept In eauablo circulation. Fnvorltcs have
been moro consistently prominent than nt
any othor mooting this year, and, al
though thoro woro a fow serious upsets
that savored of tho palmy days of tho
"beachcombers." backers on the whole have
probnbly fared much botterthanatSheepshead
Bay. Ornvc8ond or JIoitIb Park. Evon on Sat
urday last, when only ono favorite scored, tho
rlncclalmed to havo lost monov, nnd tho story
Is quite plausible In vlow of tho fact that n largo
porcentngo of tho visitors soemod to know nil
about tho winning qualities of Frohman. Capt.
Slgsbce, Hondo, Komurnsakl, Tut Tut and
Beaufort Is a five-year-old bar Koldlng, by
Belvldere Znrn. and owned by T. D. Beard of
Brooklyn. He was a prominent factor on Sat
urday In ono of tho best stceplechoso llnlshos
ever scon, and after being apparently well
beaten ho received tho decision on a foul.
Decapod finished In front, with tho Interna
tional expert Cunavan on his baclc. Old Davo
probably knows more about tho gamo than all
the other chasing rldors put together, nnd ho
had his race won so decisively that it was
hard to renllzo why ho should bear over on
nn opponent that he had nt his morey. Tho
foul was allowed, however, nnd thnt probably
ends the matter, but It would bo much moro
satisfactory to the public if -nn occasional
steeplechaio could bo finished without such un
pleasant sequels. This branch of tho sport Is
just regaining Its popularity, and patrons nro
inclined to muko mountains out of molehills
when anything appears to go wrong.
Brighton's llrst big featuro for this wook will
be the Hplnster Stakes for two-year-old llllics.
It will bo run on Thursday over the six-furlong
course, nnd. If the good ones eligiblo turn out.
should develop Into a rnco well worth witness
ing. Tho nominations include such clever
winners ns Tender. Anagram. Whiplash. High
Degree, Miriam Clnlro ond May Hempstead.
The ovent should serve ns an appetizer for thi
Brighton Cup to bo run on Saturday. It
Is not yot known what long distance
cracks will start for the bruising strupglo
of two miles and n quarter. Last year The
Irlar, Sunny Slopo nnd lien Brush wero tho
only ones to go to tho post, but thoy put up a
racothat is still remembered. Hamburg. Or
nament nnd Don do Oro aro mentioned ns prob
able contenders this time, hut some others of
the nineteen eligiblo may bo Induced to turn
out. ns tho stnko Is worth the snug sum of
Sii.noo to tho winner. Some horsemen
havo asserted that tho scale of weights
is too favorublo to the younger di
vision, but it is claimed on the other hand
that it tnkes a mature horso to rco such n
route. Tho issue Is anxiously looked forward
to, as the future of Iong-dlstunee racing hinges
largely on tho success of this race. Hamburg
will certainly turn out unless something un
foreseen happens In tho Interval, and It is nn
oncn socret that his sportsmnnllko owner de
sires nothing better thnn to Hud Ornament also
In lino when tho Dag falls. Tho Omnmont peo
ple have been talking of a special match on
terms more fnvorablo to thorn, but It is to be
hoped thnt they will decldo to send tholr horso
to tho txiHt on SaiUrdny.
Nominations have been steadily pouring In nt
tho offices of tho Coney Inland Jockoy Club for
tho principal stakes to bo decided at tho fall
mooting. Tho lists aro now closed with tho
following results:
Oreat Fasten) Handicap, for two-year-olds. 00; riat
bush, for twn-ycar-olds, 60: AutumnMalden. fortwo-year-olils,C8;
Sapphire, for two-year-olds, ill; Dash,
fortwo-ycRr-olds, 61; Belles, for Allies two years old,
47; Partridge, for two-j ear-olds, 30; dotden Rod, for
two-sear-olds, M: Flight, for two-year-olds and up.
ward, .3.1; September, for three-year-olds, 24: Flying
Handicap, for three-year-olds, 2H: Dolphin, for three-year-olds,
26; Reapers, f or three-rears-olds, 20; Twin
City Handicap, for three-j ear-olds and upward, 31;
Autumn Cup, for thrce-ycar-olda and upward. 20;
Turf Handicap, for three-year-olds aud upward, 13;
Russet Handicap, for tbree-year-olda and upward,
11; Autumn Handicaps, for three-year-olds and up
ward, comprising the Fall Handicap at six furlongs,
the Ocean at one mile, and the Omnium at ono mile
and a furlong, 48,
For tho Twin City Handicap, to bo run on
Monday, Kept. 5, the entries nro:
The Trlar. Tillo, Ben Holladay, Handball, Tho Ro
man, Royal Stair, Vt'lilu trust, Mir Walter, Sir Vassar,
Judge Dennv, Pink Coat, Hamburg, Simon W , Ban
nockbnni, Mirthful, Semper tUso, Sly Fox, Bendo
run, Whlstllna ''on, Buela, Tho Huguenot, Orna
ment, Ogden, Haudpring, Linstock, on Deck, Sena
tor Bland, Oeorge Boyd, Plaudit, Candlo Black, Dr.
Tho following horses aro entered for tho Au
tumn. Cup, two miles, to bo run Saturday.
Sept. 10:
Linstock, Semper Eao. Sly Fox, Ornament, Chal
lenger, Scutch Plaid, Sir Vassar, Havoe, Pink Coat,
Dutch Skater, On Deck, Ben Holladay, Uenrge Boyd,
1heFri.tr, Vthlstlliiir Con, Jiulito Denny, Tragedian,
Rappahannock, The Roman, Hamburg, Seuator Bland.
Uoudiich, Mirthful, Plaudit, Tillo, Iho Hugueuot.
Tho Twin City Handicap Is tho raeo nt ono
mile and n quarter mado tnomorablo by tho
trlumplisotKvile.Flrcnzl.Strathmcnth, Lamp
lighter. Hey El Santa Anltn. Requital, nnd Or
nament, and by tho defent of such noted por
formersns Kurus. Tournament. Ilneoland.Ban
quot, Knmopo, and Henry of Navarro. Tho Au
tumn Cup is a now raeo doslgnod to bring out
tho stayers.
The entries for to-day's races at Brighton
Bench nro us follows:
First Race For three-year-old and upward that
hove not won noi) In 1H08: selling: with 600
sdded, of which $75 to the second and (26 to tha
third; ono mile:
Tinge Ill Jnno loo
Doggett Kin Philip...., nil
Taiantn I or, Souirster no
h'ltiaw 102 Ella Daly 88
Fjideavor loo Marllo 80
Second Race For two-year-olds that have run and
not won at thla meeting; selling: with 600 added, of
which $76 to the second and 826 to tho third; fire
Oen. Mart Clary 112 Sir Kenneth 100
St. Clair 112 Tut Tut 1011
Lifelluanl 112 Water Girl loo
Jeanlngelnw 112 Al Reevi Km
Prince uf Wale 112 Fast Black inn
Mlrlan Claire 1 Hi Ninety Cent loo
LadyKxile loo
Third Race Tor maiden three-year-old fillies; sell
ing; wlthll.'DO added, of which $76 to theaeeond and
$26 to the third; Ave furlongs:
Florence Bealey 108 Klleen D lofl
Bonnie Uem 101 Amelia D ion
icme Ilsggerty ion Mayitoselle ion
Cmlskeen Lawn 108 Lorete ion
Suspect ion Ruby Lip ion
Fairy Dsle inulllllssful ion
Inspection 108 Eilerslls Belle 108
Acgatnede lOillBtella O lot)
Fourth Race Handicap! for three-year-olds nnd
upward; with $1,000 added, of which $200 to the
second and $100 to the third; one mile and a quarter:
Bsiiunck ,,.,. 12niRondo 120
Our Johnny 124 Abingdon 108
Dutch Skater 1221
Fifth Raeo Handicap; for two-year-olds; with $800
added, of which $100 to the second and $60 to the
third; six furlongs;
Jack Point 128 Tendreesa 112
Rusher ,,123 Cosmopolitan 107
Captain Slgabea 122 Leplda lot!
Muggln 110 Exception 104
Fidiral 1111
Sixth Race For three-year-olda and upward; Bell
ing; with $800 added, of which $100 to the aecond
aud $5U to the third; one mile:
Free Lance 112 llannuoll I oil
Ben Ronald lOli'Ieiiollle ion
Rotterdam lOXiHecauter , 10J
Doggett lOSlAurum ul
Directum Kelly' Ilrlllliint Victory nt Detroit
Meetings This Week.
Directum Kelly's brilliant victory In the $10,
OOO Merchants and Manufacturers' Stakes last
Wednesday has been the talk of tho town In
tho trotting fraternity ever slneo the news
came from Detroit that James Butler's groat
four-year-old colt had beaten tho best young
horses In training for the ' blue ribbon of the
trotting turf." Horsemen who saw John Eel
!' namesake vflo his race at Hartford and
!33!waatiyi'wwliiii'wBiiwiiwi iw'ii i'i X sisssssaam
1 , . , 'i
Frovldcnee In the preliminary campaign earn
back to town with a high opinion ot tha blood
like colt, but fow ot them believed ho had spoed
enough to tako the measure ot the nlnetcon
crack campaigners that wero namod to start
against him ntDotrolt After tho rnoo Charloy
Thompson said:
" It was a question of vedlgrco whon the con
test narrowed down to Bello J. and Directum
Kolly, Tho Kansas nam Is short bred on lior
slro's sldo, nnd she's out ot an unknown dnm,
I don't like to rldo behind that kind of breeding
when thore's n hard fight nnd a lot ot monoy up.
Tho colt, however. Is bred llko n racohorso. No
thoroughbred ovor was gamer than tho lino that
comos down from Dictator, tho brothor ot old
Doxter, through Director and Direct. Antceo,
tho slro of Kelly's dam, was about the gamest of
tho Electioneers, nnd baok ot that Is tho thor
oughbrod blood of Limerick Boy. Now what
kind of a chance would n bush-bred trottor llko
Bello J. recolvo to live It out with that fellow In
a hard-fought raeo f IhcarthatNlckUublnsor
bot 55,000 against tho favorito on account of
lior short pedigrco and stood pat after sho had
won two henta."
Although tho tlmo mado In tho big raeo ot tho
Dotrolt mooting was tho fastoston record for
that ovont. tho speed avcrago for tho week foil
ahort of last yoar's meeting, nnd somo of tho
races woro among tho most commonplneo ovor
Been In the Grand Circuit. Tho average for
thlrty-slx heats trottod during tho wcok was
,-:vandfqrthothlrty-nlno heats paced It was
J.:2i. This is exclusive of the special per
formance ot Star Pointer.
A number of notable young trotters entered
tho fast list at Detroit, KIkhnrt nnd othor meet
ings. Tho bay maro Anrllnu. that Ueorgo II.
hetcham cut loose In tho " cu rtnin-ratscr " af tor
n Bomewhat conspicuous scoond-monoy cam
paign, was formerly owned in this city by W. F.
llodmpnd, tho Treasurer of tho National As
sociation of Trotting-IIorso Breeders. Sho wns
bred by Timothy Anglln. tho Ixlngton dalry
.mn!!.Vl'h,0 -"P-lsed Angelina. 2:12: Constantino.
2:12),:Qrnttnn.2:i:t;NollyA..2:i3.nnd Thorn.
. tho winnor of last yoar's Kentucky Futur
ity. Every ono of these rast trottors descended
from Anglin's, old brood maro Dotty Brown.
by.Mambrino Patchen. Angllna Is byAnteoo,
2:Wli, the slro of Directum Kelly's nam, nnd
sho Is out of Anglln, the sister of Joo Fatchon's
slro. Patehenl .Wilkes, by Ueorgo Wilkes.
Angllna was in tho 3:00 class until sho trotted
iu J:12 In her race nt Detroit. It Is not gen
erally known that Kctchnm's other crack trot
ter, LurllnoMcUregor, 2:ll,V, was also owned
liy ilodmond a fow years ago. Tho bay gelding
Percy, who won tho ,2:25 rnco nt Detroit, trot
J.l,VF..t,l,9.Q!'.Rt.,w.11"lllR licns f his career in
2:13.,tV 2:13. 2:14. will bo romombored by
Aow lork horsemen ns tho green four-yenr-pld
from tho, Hormitngo Stud in Tennessee
y.'.nJJ'ns P0','1 J10 at auction last fall for
S 3.800 to O. U. Kent of Cleveland. Percy is by
Ponce dp Loon. 2:13. tho son of Pnncotist and
Llvlra. 2;lSi. and ho Is out of tho dunt of
1 ive Points. 2:llt. by Basslnger.
Gov Holt, tho flvo-year-old bay stallion that
lowered his record from 2:3U.Vto2:15 In tho
M. and M." Consolation race. Is another fast
ono thnt camo from tho Now York sale ring.
Ho Is by Pnmhco, 2:10. out of tho Stony Ford
mnro Blondetto, by Lolnnd.er&iiddnm Mlnetto.
by Kentucky Prlnco. L. Honks Holt, tho for
mcr owner of John B. Gentry. 2;iXi. raised
tho horse nt Urahnm. N, 0.. nnd sold him horo
two rears ago to E. R Lauion ol Montreal for
5710. Ouortorstuir, tho contending horso in
every heat of tho "M. and M." Consolation,
is owned at Carmel. N. Y., by his brooder,
Ueorge It. Colo, and is driven by tho old-timo
Fleetwood trainer, Jesso Vearanco. Ho
If by Quartermaster, out of Jessie, the
laughter of Vernol's Blnek Hawk that L. II.
Hurd drovo to a record or 2:21 in n memorable
rnco nt 1 lootwood in 1887. when she was thir
teen years old. Quartet-stuff went Into tho De
troit race with n record of 2:23' and camo out
with a. mark of 2:1U,. Both ends of tho "M.
nnd M." went to Fastern horses. Mike, the
winner of tho Consolation race, is ownod by px-Lieut.-Gov.
Hart B. llolton ot Maryland, who
bred him. Ho is n soven-vcnr-old bay
gelding by Orange Blossom. 2:2Ui. and wus
prominent In tho Kouthcnstcni spring circuit
this year. Ho opened the campaign with n mark
of 2:24., cutting It down to 2:15 In his
raeo nt Detroit. True Chimes, that trotted
to n record of 2:12 In tho 2:22 class
nn baturday. is the third green trotter
from the Hamlin stable that has beaten 2:14
this year in his llrst raeo. Ho is n four-vear-old
bay gelding, by Chimes, out of YoursTruly, by
Mambrino King, crnnddam Balmoral, by Black
wood Chief. His third dam, Bay Hamblctonlnn,
Is the second dam of tho fnst green trottor
Tudor Chimes, 2:10,lJ, In tho same stable. Tho
bay gelding D. L. C, that outlasted Truo
Chimes nnd defeated him at tho end of live
beats, gaining n record of 2:13)4, is a grandson
of Stainboul. 2:07V. ,Ho was bred In Illinois by
E. P. Denton, and is'now ownod at Kingston,
Ont., by Samuel Harknoss.
Nearly nil of the horses that wero In ovideneo
ntDotrolt and Klkhnrt will como together this
week nt tho Clovoland Grand Circuit meeting,
which is scheduled to begin to-day. In tho East
tho leading meetings thlsucekwill bpat Island
Park. Albany, in the Central Now York Circuit:
nt Dover. N. 11.. in tho New England Circuit, nnd
nt Geneva In the Western New Y'ork Circuit.
Other meetings nro scheduled for McKeo's
Itocks and F.rlc. Pa., and Sturgis, Mich. Tho
INt of entries for tho Albany meeting Is the
largest on record for that truck, and tho bost
meeting of the season thus fnr in thlsHtnto is
in sight. Noarly one-third of nil tho horses
entered are owned In this city nnd vicinity.
Tho annual meeting of tho Now York Stnto
Breeders' Association nt Poughkeopsie will fol
low tho Albnny series, forming tho connecting
link between this nnd tho threo meetings of the
Orango County Circuit at Middlatown, Port
Jervls, nnd Goshen. Entries for all of theso
meetings will close to-day.
cxazisn spoitTrxa xxnrs.
T. Kenne, Ex-Member ot the Boston A. A.,
1Vlns tlm Sheffield Handicap.
Tho latest mall from England brings tho
news that an American representative is again
to tho front, the Important Sheffield July Handi
cap having been won by T. Koano, tho woll-
nown ex-aniatour who for somo tlmo repre
sented tho Boston A. A. on tho cinder path.
Tho vlctorr must havo ncttod tho winner a
substantial sum, for in addition to the priy.o
monoy of nearly 3500, betting wns brisk on
tho ovont. Somo candidates wero backed
to win between $5,000 and S10.000. Tho
odds quoted ngnlnst tho winner boforo
tho decision of tho soml-flnal heats wero
3 to 1. but In tho final admirers of tho American
hud to bet 7 to 2 on him. Tho nominal dlstanco
of tho raeo was 130 yards, but seven yards woro
allotted to tho virtual scratchmen, A. It. Downor
and II. Bannlstor. Ken no was on tho short
mark of lOJi yards, and was tho back marker In
tho final heat. In which his tlmo was 11 3-5 sec
onds. This shows that ho ran nearly four yards
bettor than oven time, a great Improvement on
his form In this country.
Tho 100-yard nmntour swimming champion
ship wns won by J. II. Derbyshire of tho Os
bornoB. 0. over afield of International char
actor In 1 mlnuto 4-5 second. Previous to tho
rnco, which took place nt the Victoria Baths,
Nottlnghnm, on July 0, Derbyshire had placed
to his credit tho 220 nnd 500 yard and half
mllochninploushlps; but tho appearance of J.
H, Hellings, ox-champion ot Australia, was
considered to endnngor tho clinnco of tho Eng
lishman's success, C. Ilupcri of tho Vienna
B. C. of Austria also camo with quite a reputa
tion, but failed to gain a plaeo in his trial heat.
In tho final heat Derbyshire quickly swum
ahead, and going remarkably strong during
tho lattor half finished noarly 11 vo seconds1 In
front of his clubinate, V. II, Lister, who just
defeated tho Australian for tho place.
Tho reports show that amatour athletics In
tho old country nro rapidly recovering from tho
blow dealt In 1800. when Bacon. Bradley,
Downer nnd other lending lights were dlsoiiall
llnd. At tho United Hospital MwrtH at htnm
ford Bridge July II n special invitation handi
cap was arrangod to nlvo nn oppottunlty
to tho four-mllo champion. C. Bennett, to
break the ono mllo and n half record of U
minutes 53 3-5 soeonds. Poor handicapping
nnd a heavy wind ulded In saving tho old fig
ures, which stnnd to the credit of Sidney
Thomns, for Dennett was only four-ilfths
of n second slower, and that after mak
ing his own running for tho last half
mile. On tho previous Tuesday "A', E. Lutyens
mado his last appearance of tho season nnd
perhaps (plover In nn attempt to lower tho
1.000-yurd handicap time. Ho covered tho dis
tance In (nster tlmo thnn any othor Britisher
has over accomplished, his tlmo of 2 minutes
14 4-5s(;eonds being it full second better than
Pollock Hill's peiformancn, but It Is still threo
llftlisot a second worso thnn tho record mado
by h. L. Myors in l.ngland and nearly two sec
onds woiso than tho world a record, hold by tho
sumo runner.
N. D, Morgan, the voteran, whose perform
ance in finishing only n foot behind Coonor In
tho 100-yiird championship caused such sur
prise, further astonished the critics a vveok
Inter, when at tho Important Whines meeting,
which extends over two days. ho took thechum
pion's number down in tho 100-yard scratch
raeo. Morgan, who led by half n yard at half
dlstanco. just managed tostnvo oft Cooper's
rush in tho Inst llftr en ynrds aud won by a foot
In 11) seconds. A Hllght fall in tho ground In
favorot tho runner was offset by tho courso
beluga gross one.
A. E.T sol, who failed to appear todefond
his tltlo of onp-mllo champion against Hugh
Welsh, showed good form at Ullnlmrgli on
July, ti. when In the half mile at the St. Ber
nard's K. tt sports he won easily in 1 mlnuto
57 4-5 seconds, breaking the Scotch record by
two-flftbs of a second, held by E. 0. Brcdin.
11 l 1 1 '" IIIMilllllir-ss'iilT
a xroiiAn niDEit iiurnorica o.v tub
She Turns Out with n Knnpsnck and Arouse
Slucli Comment Nearby Snhurbnnltoutes
Deserted Yesterday lor Open Country
Question ns to Value of I.. A. iV. Cnrds.
It wns cool enoueh yestenlaj for long trips
Into tho country, nnd, judging from tho light
cycling tradlo on tho popular local roads, a
great many rldors must havo Indtilgod In suoh
excursions. There woro many hours during;
tho day when It would havo surprised thoso
who avoid such places as Illvcrsldo Drive, tho
Boulevard and tho Coney Island oyolo roth bo
couse of tho orowds that trnvol there If they
could have seen tho abundant room they would,
havo had. Accounts of tho day's oxnertenco
given by different wheelmon lost nlghtshowod
that tho country roads woro found gonorally
von fine, tho dust having boon laid by tho
Evor elnoo tho war began It has boon tho
wonder of wheelmen wlicro tho rldors of tho
gontlcr sox got tho nrmy insignia of crossod
guns which havo been so common on tholr hats,
and also tho regimental belts, Tho wheollna
roads havo fairly bristlod and glenmod with
women wearing artloles of tho kind. Whllo
thoy aro worn to somo extent on tho stroots,
there seem to bo many women who do not llko
to ranko themselves conspicuous oxcopt whon
on a wheel, Tho cycling costumo offers a spo
clal opportunity for army hats and soldlorly
belts and all such sontlmcntal ehowtness.
Bailor hats with tho namo ot tho shlpwhloh
carries tho lover or brothor nro also greatly
In ovldenco on tho roads, and after all
this thoro appeared on tho road yes
terday a whcolwoman with a toy knap
sack. It was not icoro than soven or
eight Inchon long by four or flvo wldo, with tho
square body ot It black and a rod round plcco
on top to represent n blanket. It looked sus
piciously llko a novelty bon-bon box. Pieces
ot rod tape sorvod as straps to lash tho knap
sack ovor tho woman's shouldors, and tho spoo
taclo wns distinctly Bonsatlonal. Tho rldor was
guyed unmorclfully at times with such calls as
" HI. going to tho wnr ?" nnd "Bay, whore's tho
gun?" Some suspected thnt tho Imitation
rough rider used tho miniature knapsack torn
tool bag. as thero was not ono on tho whoel sho
rodo, but tho guessing waa futile, (or tho dis
tinguished whcclwomnn did not stop to ex
plain whether sho carried tools or candles or a
powdor pull In tho funny llttto box.
Ono man who saw tho woman with tho knap
sack In tho attornoon sat down at night with a
company of friends and mado tho clrcumstanco
servo ns a toxt for a disquisition nbout tho dis
tribution of weight on a blcyclo. Ho declared
that it the llttlo knapsack was a tool bag, tho
woman Ahovvcd good aonso by carrying It In,
tho best possible plaeo. 'Ho said : " It makos n
big dlfferonco whoro ono carries weight on n
whcol. If you removo evon tho tool bag you
oro conscious of tho fact that you havo a
lighter wheel to push. Almost any ono is sen
sitive enough to detect n changed condition
when tho tool baglsshlftod from front to rear
or vlco versa. Every tlmo It Is moved tho
centre of gravity is changed, ot course. If it Is
taken oft tho whcol entirely and put In tho
pocket n now condition is reached. It Is better
anywhere about tho body thnn on tho framo.
A great deal ot laughlntr has been caused by
thoso who strio every ounco of weight from
their wheels, yot wear heavy clothing and
carry moro weight In their iioekcts than
they havo removed from tnelr wheels,
but tho laugh wits really on tho other
sldo. If any ono trios carrying soinothlng
decidedly heavy llrit on the wheel and
then 011 tho back, ho will realize that tho less
on tho machine tho batter. What Is carried on
the back is supported by tho spino nnd the
muscles of tho body, but everything on tho
wheel has to bo pushed ovor tho ground by tho
logs. Tho weight tuny bo the buiuc. but it IB all
in itfl distribution. I know somo who claim
that weight Is weight and that such nn Ideals
absurd. 1 would llko to seo if thoso persons
would havo any prctgreneo whether a ten
pound weight wns strapped to ono leu or to tho
back. Proper distribution makes a greater
difference on n. bicycle than most persons know.
Every ounce counts. Tlo n oiie-ounco weight
to tho spoko of n champion's whcol, out townrd
tho rim. nnd ho will lose tho raeo, but he could
carry it In his pocket or under tho saddle or
could rido a wheel two pounds heavier and win.
One ot tho strongest points in connection with
tho best constructed bicycles is thnt the weight
is proporly distributed and they nro well bal
anced. hen this is dono a pound or two in
the weight of tho framo does not mnko so much
An Incident occurred yesterday at a bicycle
checking; establibhment. where sometimes n
thousand wheels aro handled in a day. which
showed in an amusing way how much some
members of tho L. A. W. oxpeet for their dol
lar. A man and a woman rode up to the place,
dismounted, and walked toward tho attendants,
tho woman nbout fifteen feet in advance. Sud
denly she espied a sign, und, turning, sho called
out rather excitedly: "L. A. W.. Frank 1 You've
got your ticket in your pocket, haven't you V"
Frank replied in tho ulllrmative. und. walking
to tho desk, produced It. Tho man. who wns
checking wheels lor the Bake of tho dimes thoro
wns in tho business, glnnc-ed nt tho card and
sold: "Well, what about it V "i by. If this is
an L. A. "t . place, don't you cheek the wheels of
members who show their cards f rco?" asked
Irank. "All, Bay. some one's been stringing
you." returned the boss checker. Urged by hi,
companion, Trank persisted a bit further with
"Don't you make nnv reduction to League
members?" "Nope. We treat evory one tho
saijio; no monoy. no cheekeo. seol" replied tho
other, showing signs of impntlenee. Frank
puid tho money against tho remonstrance of
tho womnn. who vvnntod him to go somowhoio
else, and after tho deed was alone she said:
" What Is tho uso of belonging to tho Lenguo If
you can't got any discount at ono of Its own
placos 1"
Hackknhactc, N. J July 24 There wero live
ly times nniong wheelmen who passed through
Cherry Hill last evening nnd to-ilny. nnd Mayor
Josoph A. Brohel of Itlvnrsldo borough, which
Includes Oiorry Hill village, is tho subject of
sharp orltlelsm nnd condemnation. Tho euuso
of tho agitation Is tho enforcement of an ordi
nance against riding whcoW on tho sidewalk.
Thero are nothing but paths foruldewnlks. but
thoyenmo under the law. The rond leading to
Now Bridge, about one-fourth of n mile, bus
been covered w lib stone, making It luip.inl)o
for wheelmen, who accordingly took to tho sitle
pnth. Many of them were arrested by Mayor
Brohel nnd Officer Mnttln out on n tandem.
There wns no attempt to enforce tlm
ordinance until last evening when several por
sons wero taken In for riding in lllvurtddn with
out lights. This altonioj.11 Thomas Ball nnd
his brother were caught by tho Mayor and taken
toMapes's store, where court was established,
but when it wns discovered thnt Ihn young men
had friends In tho crowd of residents they were
let go with n warning, A young innu nnd a
youngiwoinnn wero taken In, but wero let off on
a technicality. 1 ogor Williams of Hockonsaek
find Itobort ltdtlibono of Now Yotk forecLworse.
however. They wero fined $3 nneh, but wero
without tlio price, nnd had to leave their wheels
us security nnd walk to Hnekonack
By this time Cherry Hill wns In n ferment
such us t has not witnessed since tho eyelono
stirred It up three years ago. Thn Mayor's
conduct was denounced as outrageous, and to
prevent further nrrests, persons volunteered to
stand on tho road to notify wheelmen, who
hurried beyond the municipal border ns fnst as
they could pedal. It Is claimed that no puhllu
notlco of tho wheeling orillnnnco has been
given, except to post copies In stores where
no passing w heelmen can see them, and that
the Mayor took advantage of a line day to en
force nluw which has been n dead letter. Ber
gen eountv Is divided Into fllty little munleipal
rtlcs. nnd It haH boon frequently charged Hint
the local constables mnltnn prnctlco of lying In
wait for strange wheelmon at favornblo pomte
anil nrrehtlng thorn for riding nn tho beaten
paths bv the roadside, which aro not side
walks. Mayor Brohel nndOflloer Mnrlin. being
on a wheol.wcre not suspected by their victims',
who fell nn easy prey.
Philadelphia. July 24.-In n six-cornered
Australian pursuit raeo at tho meet of tho Pur
imn Wheolmnu nt Woods do Park, yosterdav
nftorniion. Fred J. Titus of New York: do tS J5
i lA,"W htnrbuck. Ben Monroe, Nat Butler;
A. C. Mortens, and Jay IZatoii In 10 mln
utes and 30 seeondH, Htarbuek did ot
cut much of a llguro, being put out
of the race at four laps. Cnt Butler
mndo the best fight, being the last man lo " 1"
curnh. Jay Eaton was noxt. Tho distance cov
...red by Titus wns 4 miles. 1 op nnd 1 10 in n Is
Nat I lutlorwon thooiio-mileonen mofeisYori d!
with Bono Cavnlly second. O B, Jack and (J I
Kreainer won t mother Professional ovent. the
three-mllii tandem handicap. Summaries;
One-Mile Professional, Open Won bv Nat rii'iii..
?",J5KC-,!r.,lll,r i:00"1- c"Pman tbiXo. KKanfer
'"lif"1' ,T .mpA.J minute 7 -n seconds. -,"amcr
T'lree.MUa tandem, Handlrap, I'rofesalonil-Won
by O. II. Jack and lleiirge I. KrearaVr ig ! ?ii7. 1?
11 .Btveni .nnd John Zli.nen.Vau7liHJard...ee,nd:
I'UmsndCharlea lurville. 40 jirds thtni. aVii.iJ
MrKaeli.rn and Nob Tbomp.on, 1 syards foSrih
Time, tl ralnuteH r. A.r, aJcon'ls; rl. rourth,
Hlx-Coruard Australian Pursuit Eaee-Tlie men
started U7ardt,2rtt and lllcbe.,,,. aigototha
luner-Won liy Fred Titus. Nat W i .eJoiVd
Eaton third. Distance, t miles 1 lap lii no? '.'
Time, 10 minutes 80 econda. "'"
&taiia-j,'-i' iiss -iiiMir1isiiiiii.iiii.:
: i
The Spalding Bicycle.
the best chain bicycle built ,v
and at the riglft price for ef i
a high grade bicycle Ptv
If you want to pay less,
flajcstlc Bicycles have '
years of reputation and are (Sty E
worth the price asked P --?
And if you want a still .
cheaper wheel , then the New '
Haven DIcycto is a service-
able wheel and is good value d -Jf
for the money pJby
A. 6, Spalding & Bros. I Spaldlng-Bldwell Co.
128-180 Nassau St SO. 81, 88 West ld Bi,
The Monty "iaMtt
Pneumatic Saddle Post
Whether you ride for pleasure
alone, or are ambitious to make
fast runs and centuries, in either
case vou need the Monty. The
comfort it provides is infinite, and
It increases speed marvellously,
for the logical reason that It ab
sorbs vibration.
IVf) snnrnnteo the Montr- M.Ton Jon s
lllic.lt nfter ten dny' trial, brln It back -
nnd we will refund your money. )
A.6.Spalding&Bros.Spaldlng-Bldiell Ct, (
120-100 Nassau St. I 20, 01, 83 West 424 8a,
I $1 Down I
I Pierces and Crawfords, t
S ("K. O. P. CO.")
t , (Third Floor, Columbia Building) X
on ?.
I I 123 B'way, cor. 25th 8t.
9 UNTlli 0:ao. P
- 00g
oun REMOVAL bale of CYCLES
ends Fridays w will movo to 10 Barclay st Every
wheel nlauithtered this week.
$7.oOI! $7.r0!l
for new blcyclo. 87.C0 to S17.&0. Nerlr vtttf
known make. Noarlr 2,000 to iMect from.
Urcnt rlinno-n for Donlort. '
HERALD CYCLE CO., 110' ?!. , J
5,000 TIRES $2.00 A PAIR. 1
08Vlm Tires, P4.89 pair: Hartfnrds, SO.OO CbaM, ' vr3
S3. ,()! Ncwtons. H3 Sampson Hiiec,
194. r,0 1 Puritan. HXSO. J
HIGH RKADK OYliES, $10.50.
ladles'. Mcn'n, Htandard maken, iruarantocd: ndt like
those dept. store trash made for show only. .
IV I irirAiiK pvni r nn a:i park how, ,
1IU.i& now ulbLt bit., nexttoDennett') f
,, , f
PREMIER MFG. CO., Ilurtfortl, Conn.
MATHEWS BROS. 105 W. 1 25th St.
' PIBE8, $s.r,0 pr., warranted, llest made, yoar'awar- i
-- rsnty. $5pr. illnerallird U-.llibcr Co., la Cliff st. '
Chf Cnrt. , i
iRHTflF !
HAHQ Dai,y at 2:3 P- Me
HIHU&W IUIn or Rhine. Concert by Lander.
Take any Coney Island route.
Slorjif-i. ffiarrinnw. &c. '
Buooies (nnKwVTEnCTnncn'BnSfSiJET;
Ac). $'.T, npwanl: handsome selection; trap. tfiO 1 1
upward: ItUNADOWTS, from HO (Uno assortment): i,
IKiny i arts, from tail: canopy snrrey, from 85t t
waironettos, $(in upward; rockaway. from HIO; hand- I
some top depot natrons, from 10; lirewster brutish
am, 7tS; lluht vlrtorta, sico; novelties, beach
wau'ons. carts, A-r.: also great variety UARKESS for
all purposes, sheets, nets, lip dnsters. 4o.
2.1-mlle road race of the North llndaon County I
Cj elers. to take plaeo on Labor Day over the Hudson
County Bniilciuid.
The Hudson County Good Roads Association 1 not .
Mtlafled that thn rules of tho Hudson County Don- 3
let aril as they effect wheelmen, ploasure driver and i
others, are fully cniiijirehensive, noria their word
liic rlearlv understood, and tho association would , ,
like to train a clear sense of their meaning. Till
matter -n 111 bo fully discussed at the next roeottni-.
ai!?.'Hs intended to appoint a committee to confer, !
with the IJr ant ot Freeholders. ' I
Iloboken li ads all towns In Now Jersey In the nura '
lier of cycle clubs. Thero aro now twenty within It i
borders. The lati at to orjaub-e waa the 11. It. Odors. I
with rlubrooins at 117 Vvashlnirton street, Th. ot.
flrers aro aa follows: Captain, C. T, Undley: First
Lieutenant, F Urlitlitinan: Becond Lieutenant P. '
llranti'itaiii llimler, James Urcuuan,
"rli5-w'iVk,0f . Iiuiu-oIiib: Arlluuton avenue, on er
5ey f2tJrV.Ue.J?.,ll"-.,la" l'0""!1 -"mi'leted. andyeatetday
for the flr.t tlmo hundrods of cj cllsti enjoyed it spin
over its surfs. An unobstructed view of Now Tork
I ay nn bo hail at all point of tho thorouchfare.
which extern s for nearly tlirw miles, and connect ',
with the Hudson county Doulovanl it Old liraer
roud and Panintiio avenue. "
Tl.j Nlaiitlc Hlieilmen of Jonoy City feel confident
thatthoj will rapture, some of the honor In the bis i
twrnu-nva-inilv. road ra-e, to take place next Labor
Dty till the Hudson Cnitnty Uoulevard. Thetrloof
font ri-len, who will represent tho club are CaptT
Lro"1" I'5nc1'' lleurr vn Hadlcn. and Carlo be
Tlio wheilluB rontlnsfent of the Lafayette section
of Jcn,ey O.ty nrn niaklpK strenuous effort to have
n cycle path alonulju iUc and Commitnlpaw avenue
Hoiuturoniiirtwitli tlio Mercer atreet viaduct and
HiiiImiii Count) Hoiilotard. ,""
'Iho NntrJirsny DUi.l.in, L. A. W ha iust Issued
lis . ur book. It far excels any previous book. It la '
tliiiroiwli In Its method of showlnn mapa of the
roacla of tho hlato and I tho most valuable ojm
Iss'iied".'!, &WteffitU, "a,a fr J-&SS!i
flosslp of tho nine. '
o,J,!,rri.)lT.orll-no WM bom " .reta-
S. (I., New York. They fouitht at the Olymtils Club
New Orleans, mi flept, 7, ibus. Jorffiu iron In (
twenty-one rounds, '" "ou ,n . i
After his lctoo- oter Terrv McOoTrrn on ntn.
day niuht Jin. Callahan cf PlidelJhS ?.u1d T
challeuuo to boa any 116-pounuor. issuen
Jack Ilennitt of I'lttsbur- aara that h. m
arainst either Kid L-lno, s" Bulllva' m aSJ I
uttoerlluhttlUtlnthebunncM. ' ranr f I
. J'i?l?Ilt,f"'JUn f,!?nl fetherwclBht. ha laraed '
,h' nity to Frank Unic. Hopkln atatea thathe I.
wlllluu to box Erin, ut DutTalo, ft iiecossary
i'.,ii,cU."S",hU,wi;s!." " " Wt.SS'wtt
Hsrry Torbf s of Chicago, who 1 looked .it, .. .
IlVtlrr val to J.mn.y liarry.T ilntowi yffi
f f "' '""". nd Billy Sladdiu. who ha been .., '
Umrired to muko maUhe. for'him!' WHS uU
Dan Crtedon and Tom Rhirkey met the nih.r nlt.t
and duriii.-tl.ilr coiiieiaauoitk rnatVh hSi.. iffct
pair a broached, Creedon "Itatod thft M 'he d?f Jill
the ii!S AU'' 10 " "' "dliy,.r.h.edrS.,.t,
fall Ui mi. t lifm, Chojuskl i rlawi tiia? l. -in m"
Bharkoy, rit,liuiuoni, orl'uUr Jlabor ,iOW,U.
jruaiaiiuo that he me.,'.l u.t.'l XSZtfiW' V
tall to uiiue to time. Mnrn r Si that I.. -iiiHwa,3'
to meet the "118116111 tui CooUt 'iValn " "' f I
Ujjj-n. .. ,o..ttc? orbr..etTo'n'Juie-i'ili: 4
Si't e'alinatrlimakera hereabout, m . . ,
dm c is t.r jfc-k.u,, t come list il,i S Ar?1nit ta ln '
They Wit, that tvuh moiii,1ebi ,"!? 6tu- i
Jaiksouwl 1 bu able U hold lfffSSj n? tteuUou . t
thehoavywKhU In a UmitidW,Hl:nt,7t
went letter rl".t"d by SituVuiLate-f'- 'R.
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