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1 " ' ..... ' " THfiSTJN, SATURDAY WLY 30, 1808. "
VICTORY FOR NEW YOUIS, HI jnrarit rtATKMI FIND THE LOCIO- H JO yuj.rt riTcuims east, flj Cincinnati Beat the llrookljm by Ona aH lin-Wnlilntont Loie to the Chicago HN clcTi-lnmU ATln One nndTIe alaltlmore Bk In Another Cliune ritUburit Alio Win. H Artcr winning, eight succosslvo games tho ,lH tyjulnlllf'' victorious streak wns broken by ,H ihoVcworWyeitcnlar. ThoNowYorkB,riow- .H " ' (8cd toentn on tho Ohlcaeos. who hota (HI thlr lead owing to thotrxlctory ovor tho Wash- iaH lnetonn Th5 usual defeat was added to tho ItH iirooklrns' "9l lho Clnclnnatls capturing tho jH am in0(,lltlontothorcBUlareamoorllnaUy ifl ichcduliil to bo playod at Clovoland tho8pldor. HI and Oriole attempted to also play off tho post- S tuned (tamo of last Sunday at Philadelphia. To- IM beau's plajort won tho Drat game, but tho aeo- (H t ond contest was stopped by darkness at tho closa ' r oftlioelctith Innlncwhon each team had aoorod M throo runs. Tho nttabures turned tho tables H on the Phlludolphlas. while tho Bostons lost an H opportunity to keep paoo with tho Clnolnnatls owlne to rain at Bt. Louis. XhoresulU: jH J)w York, 12s Loulrrllle. S. jH cinclnniU. St Brooklyn. B- 9 Chicago. S Wsahlngton, e. Cleveland, S Baltimore, B(Ort (ram). B CleTeland, 0; Baltimore, 8 (noond. game). H Pittsburg. Sj Philadelphia, 1. H At St. Loul-IUln. H THE Hr.COM. S Vri Vr H r5i ITn. .oil. Cenl. Cluti. rr, Zeit. CtnL H Cincinnati 00 311 .074 tttUbn....45 43 .Ml lloiton M BO .tH7lphlladelphia.40 48 .462 cleVeland. S3 82 .824 Brooklyn. ...88 CO .01)8 summon. 41) 33 .0V8 Washington 91 54 .8(15 LblcsL-o 48 40 .041 LouHYllle....al 60 .8fl VtwVork 45 40 .6UUSULOUU.....34 OS .370 M KEW TORK. 12; I0UIST1LIX.8. Jcistillb. July 20. Tho Now York did It yuh their little bats to-day. Tho Colonel played hard ball, but Mageo was unsteady at tlmss and long hits were frequent Davis, Tlernan and Gloason were much In evidence. 'B The fielding was good on both sides. Boymour B n hit to all corners In the first Inning, after H which ho steadied down. Throe runs woro W chalked up by the visitors at the start on singles 1 1 by Van Ilaltron. Davis and Doyle, coupled wltfi a gltt to Tlernan ond Olcoson's out. Six was A the Colonels' portion on four two-baggers, a H triple, a bunt, a force, and Seymour's error. m Mageo succoeded Altrock. and tho New Torks m soon tied the score. They scored 2 In tho third I on bases on balls and hit by Davis and Oloason, I hlle In the fourth Grady put one, ovortho feneo. In the sixth Clarko and Decker beat out In H field hits, one too slow and the other too hot H for Davis. A passed ball scored Clarke and I sent Deokor to third. Van Haltren. Tlernan H and Davis scored In the seventh on two bases I on balls, a single, and a double from Oleason's I bit. Two more were added In tho eighth on ffl llartrnan's single. Qrndy's triple and Boymour's drlietorlght Harry Davis sent a homo run to H right centra in the olghth. Tho visitors scored In the nlnthon Oleason's doublonndllartman's B trlrlc. ThoRcoro: B wr tosx. louisviluc 9 B.l. fO.i. I. B.1B.F.0.A.C ffl V.nltren.cf2 110 o Clarke. If ...3 8 6 O O Tlernan, If 8 8 0 0 0 Hoy. cf 1 110 0 a Joyce, lb 10 14 0 0 Decker, rf. 110 0 0 U DitIi.u. 2 8 14 O Wiener, ab. 1118 0 1 (ilMnon. 2b I 8 8 3 O H. Darli. lb.l 3 12 O O Doyle, rf 0 110 0 ltltchry. 2b .0 1 6 3 O lUrtmui.nb.l 3 3 4 0 CUnRmn,M.l 114 0 Undr. c . .3 3 S 0 O KlttrldKe.c 113 4 0 Beyuiour.p .0 10 1 1 Altrrek, p O O 0 o O 1 Mtgto.p.... 0 0 0 10 Totle. 131027 10 1 Deiter 0 10 0 0 Powent O 0 0 0 0 Totals... ..It 13 27 14 0 , De iter battnl for Altrock In flnt Inning, t Pow ers batte I for Mageo In ninth. KewVoik.. . 3031OO83 113 LouliTllle .. 1)00001010 8 Left on baaee Sew York, R; LouliTllle, 13. Two-taae Ihlu-lloy, ttazner, Klttnilee, Dexter, Oleaaon (3). Three-bae hit Clarke, (ldy. Hart man. Ucmo rune Orady, 11. Davit. Double playa Davie, Oleaaoa and Joyce. Stolen baeoi llernan (Hj, Clarke, Wag ner. Van llaltren. llartman. Struck out By Sey mour, 4; by Masee, 2. lilt by pitcher Hoy, Rttchey. Pint bate on balla Off Altiock. 1; off Mauee, 4: off Beymour, 0. lA pitch Sermour. Paaaed ball Onulr. Time 2 houni and so oitnutea. Attendance 2,000. Umpires Oaffney and Brown. ' Cincinnati. 0; nnooKLTS. 5. Cincinnati, July 20. Dammann and Dunn were both hit rather freely to-day, but the bits off Dammann woro scattered. But It was tho One Inneld work of the lleds that won. Corco ruii'i playing was at times little short of mar vellous, McPhee doing almost ns well. In tho tilth Inning, with Magoon and Bhlndlo on first and third, Ilyan sent a hot liner ovor second thnt seemed safe, but Corcoran, at full speed, knocked It down, picked it up and throw It backward to McPhee, who throw to Ucckley for a double play. Tho MSitors' fielding was brilliant In spots only. Hallman's wild throw was rcsponsl ble f or a braco of runs. The score : crecisHATi. nnooiLTK. It. 1 B P.O. A. X. B.1B.FO.A.K. McPhee, 2b o 3 8 4 0 Orlffln. cf . o 1 0 1 o Bmltli. If 13 10 0 Jonr, rf... 0 10 0 0 C Koran, is 3 3 8 8 0 Hsllman.Jb o 114 1 1 IiMkley, lb 1 118 0 0 Bneckard.lf 3 8 3 0 1 Irwin. 3b .13 18 0 Uaoon. sa 113 10 I Miller, rf 12 8 0 0 Laciiince.lbl 2 l 0 O f Btelnfeldt.cf 0 110 1 Bhlnrtle. ab 0 1 2 1 O R Peltz, c ,.01321 Ilyan, o 13110 J Dammann.pO 10 2 0 Dunn, p O 10 3 0 ftWf Total.. B 14 37 10 2 Total siaiTioli Hill. Cincinnati 0 3108000. o ill's Brooklyn .. .080O0100 10 J I Two bate hit Corcoran, McPhee. Three-baae hit Lathance. stolen bate Smith. Donblo plays Ortf t fln and Bhlndle. McPhee, CorcoTan and Beckley (2). Btruck ont-lly Dammann. 1. First bate on balls Off Dammann. 2; off Dunn. 1. Lef t on baaes-ClncIn-natl, 8, Brooklyn, V. Kirst be on error-CUicln-nati, ij Brooklyn. 1. Time 1 hour and 80 minutes. Lmplres-Enislle and Hunt. V cniCAoo, 6; WAsniwoTOir, 8, Chicaoo, July 29. The Orphan played tntcecame Sf ball to-dty and won from the Senator hand own, Callthtn pitched meat ball, and had the vltltor Knetslnr until the eighth Innlnir. Umpire Connolly put Dahlen out of the game for qnMtic.ii. decision. The feature of the came wan the gelding of Dahltn and Thornton. Attendance, 600. 1 The tcore chicaoo. 1 WAanrxOTOK. i . .. n.lro.A.x. n. 1. r.o.A. e. Pyan If 2210 o Relbacb, If 0 0 1 1 o J.erltt, lb 1 212 0 OReltz, 2b... 1 1 1 7 o Mnue.cf 1200 0 Anderaon.lf.n 0010 Dthren.a 1 2 2 11 llFarrell.c. .00011 wood", it. o 11 2 1 1 Uajner. 8b..0 2 2 o o SI.cUr.c''30 0 0 2 o Mcoulre.lb 0 1 11 1 o 1 Thornton, rf.o 140 o.Oettman, rf 1 2 1 o 0 lonuor, 2b 1 I 8 a Cttrtgley, is 118 8 1 Donahue. 0 1 1 a 1 ODIneen.p.. 0 0 0 11 tUllahan. p. lloio - .. Total 8 7241S 8 ToUl. ... 812 3714 2l Wathlngton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 18 tLlcafo 00808101 .. iD.nt ? byerrort-Waihlngton, ; Chicago, 1. on ballt-uff Dlneen, 61 off Callahan. 1. Struckout By Dlneen, 2, by Callahan, a. Three-baae bit-Con-Ei'J-iTwo"Jl,.t."rA,ule"on' Dahlen. Lang (2). ESSSSn h -Callahan Stolen basee-Cellahan. vf..D;. U?,'!!',J Pl"y-DaUlen. Connor and 1 F"" " by pitcher-Dlneen. 1. Umpire- bnyderand Counolly. Tline-1 hourand40mfiiute. CLXTXLAWD. 0, BALTIUOSX, 6 IT OA1IX. .."i?15u,ni'iu,rra''.'-1'ore hln e.KKJpereon S. .1. ilini?r? .'" ,t-'"lnt Ply " double header ' ' he PhlUdelnhla' ground to-dar. Both game n?.!2 'S ,ln,"'i b"t well played. Cleveland ...:. flir"? ."f" by a run. while darkne. .topped ttioieoond In the eighth Inning with the tcore Ue. iiithwf' ,,ut ou,1 f the tt.me by Andrew In the ! ii."'"!. ,0.r llpr. nT Hughes, who had been J82'. uV.1.'.0' xb" .bot n he Bret game, tootbl niht e.i h ,wo on bf"' Tebeau hit a long fly to dii UX' ""ujngly a furo hit. llughe." on a thiriH?in' crP" 'J with hlalefthanrandvecl puyea to morrow. The scores; CLIVXJUIID. I aAlTIUOXX. v.iui: ft J S 5 K'ey. cf ...o 0 8oo "' ti !ino?lf ?! J McOann. lb.l O 1 O 0 BlakS.f'rt,2 i 1 O ltoblnson.o.0 0 8 0 0 CriaV; o ! J ' Demont, 3b,0 2 1 1 o I Kwellr, ? 2 V l 0 Holmes, 1 .00410 I Cuudt ?," J. ? i 1 rk, o ib.o moo I uuppy, p. oiooo Hughes, p. 1 1 1 o 1 Totals ''l'o'37 7McJmr'0 , . Totals 6 10 37 B 1 SSumcfriV 8 1 1 0 O 1 0 0-fl ramr 1 1 8 0 0 O 0 0 0-0 l ficJaSai -1, 7L b",, on baU-Oif Hughe. 8; off w 0ann?2?,nim?.X0w,,,! ' . "" b)r V'tehed ball-Mc "lSlUmn ntvfY'f- Leftonbaee.-ClevsUnd. Chlldi mS'.8. ."SVy' Plays-Powel , Tebeau and afbr ilcJ.fI.,n.'1 J1""-. Btnlck out-By Hughei. basel- uV5?n' il,,br.E'".,v Si by Cuppy. 3. Stolen i And?wt. minutes, Umpires-Lynch and curxLAirp, g; aairmoag, S-cod oaux. CUtTSXAKD. ULTmO. OhlW.3b 0 0 5 1 I Heeler, rf .13 10 0 S'"""." 1 4 1 OJennlngV.U.l 0 0 2 0 Xla: iV. ll l H Kelley.cf O 1 1 O II lfilf " atL" 3 0 8 MlugbVt, cf 0 0 2 0 0 Bltkimr7'rtA A a ' blnton. C 0 (. S I O "nib J ?. ?!? ;Jmont. Jb 0 o 4 3 O jS!..' A ? ' "llnlmei.lf o 3 ll O 0 JOUSS.P ooos ni'lark, lb O i 4 o 1 touu a io 2T ft "i01"' " - 1 i 1 i T " iSSS5w .; JSSoSoogzS fufSii iiSS' el by plchi!lta-JenSnM. s by Jone. 1. Time 3 hours. Cmpltee Imch asl Andrew. ' rrmatrao, lis rntiacxLyntA, 1. . Prrrsatiiid. Julyft. Hoffer. the pitcher dlitarded by Baltimore, won hlseeeond game' for PltUlmrg to day and alnoat thrtt ont rhlladtlphla. Rain fell during the cloilng Innings, but he proved a good mud hone. The sooroi rrntatrM. i raiLantLrniA. . .Xjla.'.o.A.w. a.iB.r.o.A.1. TMnovan.rf 1 3 0 o o Cooler, ef.. 1 i o 0 O McUreery.cf.t 13 1 lllDougUt.lb o 1 11 o o MeCarthr.lf.0 8 8 0 Oiptlehanty.lfo 1 3 o 0 Uowerman, CO O 0 o O LaJote, 3b. 0 1 8 3 0 O'Brien, lb..0 010 O 0 Flick, rf O O 1 0 O ridden, 2b .00041 M'FarlAnd.o.O 1810 KJy, ss ,.008o Lauder, ab o 1 o 2 n Uofier. p ...o oil OCrosa,. ...o 0370 Uardner, 8b,l 113 O Ft Held, p..,, 0 0 0 0 0 Total.....!! TaTia ll Total.... !i"ij alii ntttbnn, 0 0 3 0 10 0 0 ..8 Philadelphia, 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 Stolen baies McCreery, McCarthy. Two-base hit Donovan, Lalole. Double play Padden, Kly and O'llrlin (2). First bate on ball Off lloffer. 2t off Fltleld, 2. Btruck ont By Uoffer, St by Flield, B, Umpires flwArtwood and Warner. Attendance UOO. Time 3 hour. Eastern Iieagn. ATBCVTAtO. Baffalo , O O 8 3 0 0 1 O 00 11 o ByraouM ...O 0 O 1 O 0 0 a 04 W 0 Batteries Awol and Dlggm) Becker and Lake. AT OTTAWA. a. n. a. Ottawa... 0 O 1,0 O 0 O 3 08 a 1 TUkebarr. j 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 o l e 3 BaUerle Harper and Boyd) Duggliby and Bailth. at uoirraiAU Kontrsal a 0 1 a 1 B 0 1 013 13 i 'OTtdenO 0 00030011 4 11 0 Bltrl-floodr and Bmlnks Eagan and Ooogan. AT TOBOXTO. B. B. X. Toronto.,,. 1 0 10 0 0 10 00 13 0 Bprtngfleld 8 a O 0 1 8 O O 0 V 10 1 Batteries-Baker and IJppi PappaUn and Mlohol. AT PAXBtrBT. B. B. B. panbory 3 0 10 0 0 0 1 1 6 9 0 Nsw-Uaven 0 1 1 o 0 o o S 00 13 a Batteries-Cain and Phelps; Asehe and Lochia, i AUantlo laiiae. at tuuona-enBR cuum. . B. B. X. Beading.,.. O 10 0 0 0 0 4 00 7 1 lUchmond.. no 0( o O 0 O 0 O 0-0 1 1 Batterl Toremaa and Qeydon; Lever and Tig neaux. SXCOXD OAKB. . B. B. B. Reading.,.. ...i..0 0 O 0 3 0 1 0 08 8 4 Richmond.; O 0 0 3 0 13 1 .. O 10 i Batteries Uiptlng and Htydon: Chesebro and Tt neaux. at.babttobd, B B. B. Hutford ....0 0 Oil 0 O 0 1 04 8 0 Norfolk ",0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 B B Batteries Boiall and Roach! Bishop and For. at rrwABX. Sswark ...S 3 1 0 S 0 3 O 0-13 18 8 itereon., o 00000440 8 11 8 Batterle McPartlln and Bothfuu; Vlau, Bemla and O'Brien. at Aiajnrroww itsst oamx. Nine to 0 In favor of Lancaster. Allentown refused to play. SXC0B9 OAXB. B. B. B. Allentown O 0 0 1 O 0 0 1 1 S 8 O LancaaUr O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 8 1 Batterle West and McMannij Clausen and Went. Other Gomel. AT WATBBBCBT. B. B. B. Waterburr 1 O 0 0 1 0 0 O 03 7 1 New London O O 1 0 O o O o 01 7 1 Batteries Manley and J. Connor; Crate and Lamar. AT CANAJOBABIX. B. B. X. Ooopentovrn O 0 0 13 0 0 0 08 7 3 OUlam 0 0001080. 4 4 H Batteries UcBride and Sullivan; White and Rob erta. at BarnoxroBT. b. n. x. Mrlden...O 003000100 14 13 1 Brldgeport.O 030100000 08 1 3 Batteries Ulran and Klntella; Corcoran and O'llonrke. Oaseball Motes. VI. n. D. Bolton. The -Tew Haven Club, whtoh 1 In second place in the ConnecUout State Leacue pennant race, will clay the West New York Field Club to-morrow at Weehawken. Baseball Oomei To-Day. KATIOIUI. IXIOOB AVD AUXBtCAB AS40CIATIOII. NewTork at Louisville: Brooklyn at Cincinnati; Boston at St. Loula; Philadelphia at Plttatrarg; Wash ington at Chicago; Baltimore v. Cleveland at Phila delphia. XASTXBX LBAOUB. Providence at Montreal: Spring eld at Toronto; Wllkeabarre at Ottawa; Byncuie at Buffalo. ATLANTIC LXAOUK. Peterson at Newark; Lancaster at Allentown; Rich mond at Heading; Norfolk at Hartford. OTIIEn OA1CES. Cranford A. C. vs. tnaa of Brooklyn, at Cranf ord. Uontclalt A. C. vi. South Orange F. O., at Montelalr. Englewood F. C. v. New Jersey A. C.. at Engle wood. Bergen F. C. t. Union A. A., at Canarale. Brooklyn F. C. va. SUte Hospital, at Morris Plains. Ten Kycks m. Paclflo A. O , at Jersey City. Oriunl F. C- V. Cuban ZOlant, at Ilackenaack. Howard A. C. vt. Brooklyn HelghUT. C at Brook lyn. Atlantio n.Ecnwood F. C at Atlantic Oronsld. Murray UlUa vs. 81egtlK:ooper Co., at Uoboken. Borough A. 0. v. Alert, at Borough Park, Aahford vs. Lenox X. O.. at Eat New York. St. Clair F. C. va. Oakland, at Harlem. Crescent of lllamoa v. Stamford, at Stamford. MTt' ITZZt ,FIO!IT JTSFFItlSS. It Is Thought the Lenox A. C. AT11I Give), a J3,C0(rPuro for tho Bout. Should Jim Jeffries succeed In his attempt to defeat two pugilists In one n(ght. ho will ro celvo tho first chanco of mooting Bob Fltz stmmons. This much Fltideclnredyosterday, and ho ngroes to box tho big Callfornlan next Bepterhbor, If necessary. Tho champion came to town from Ashury Tark yostorday morning to attend to eomo business. Scforo he wont back in tho afternoon ho said: " I nm tired of lotting a lot of cheap boxers get advertisements at my expense, and think it In the proper tlmo to call them. I mean just what I say, that I won't box any one whom I have already defeated. I gavo two ohancos to Peter JIalicr. to be sure, but thore was some doubt as to whether I defeated htm squarely In the first light. As to Corbett, I may meet him onco moro. provided, of course, ho faces all those whom 1 have askod him to box. Out the only roan who really deserves any notice from me at nresont Is Jim Jeffrios. He tins nover been licked, and, what's more, he is a good man. So. you see, I'm compelled to take him on Jlrst." "How about McCoy T" was asked. " Oh, yes," replied Fltz with some hesitation. ' I'll light, him, too, at the heavyweight or mid dleweight limit should ho defeat Corbett I predict that Corbett will win that fight. He Is very clover, but Is not much of a punleher. Howovor. U will be a good ' go.' " The fact thnt Fits woula box Jeffries was published In The Sun of July 22. but It was not thought he would agree to take him on so quickly. Fltr. through hlsmannger. Intendsto issue a statement somo time next week, Tom O'Kourko snld yooterday that he wouldghea blgpurse to KlttMmmonn to meet Jeffries In a twenty-round bout at the Lonox A. C. In Bap tembor. Ho would not say just how much, but It Is thought It will bo as mu"h as $2S.(X0. I-'ltz says that he Is In good health and that tin can enstlv get Into condition within two weeks, Ho likes to play handball and Is seriously thinking of. adding a court to his Asbury Purls property. Lawn Tennlt. Bostok, July 30. Owing to the rain of yesterday, the match In the fourth round of the Longwood tennl tournament were played off tn-day, The ten ni ihown by the co'nttiUutt equalled anything that ha been put up on the court In point of excitement and Inter it, and every match on the card wa splen didly contnteil. KipecUlly waa thli true of the George Wrenn-lllllett match. Contrary to genefal expectation, Millett proved a worthy antagnnlat of the brother of the champion, and after Millett had walked away with two art straight things looked squally fcr the favorite. But the umo dogged gilt of the elder brother ahowsd Itself In the younger and, making a splendid race, he won the third ait when his opponent needed but one game to win the natch. He took the set H-u and the neit two act tn I the tuatrh. Both men put nu a game ' that would hare done en il t ti tUs elder Wrenn or to Lsrnrd, and every aaiue waa fought to tho last point. Wrenn played a hralr mine and allowed hUupptneut' lulipliya b juarttcitlybeat hlmieir. The pencntau of earned po.iitawaa rather In favor of Millett, bnt the keen Judgment and dogged persistence uf Wrrnn tWMl hlinlu good stiad and he won out. Whitman and Weare won their inttcliea without any nret diffi culty, awl the ronteal narroa down tn Wreun and Whitman and Marilu and Weare. who plir off to morrow, the chaniploinlilp mattli taking place on Monday afiemooii Mummiil'i; Fourth Roiibd M. D Whitman beat R. R Bud long, 11-3, o-s, 7-6, 11 Fm Wrenn beat 8 (!. lllflett, B-7, 2-U, 8 -l, rl-8, !-. R. It. Minlll UllA.8. War, U-l, 11-2, O-lj I 1. Weare lies t II. L.F.Jrer, 112, il-O, H8, Eastern Championship Diublei-Flrat round tVlnian tud Marvin Ix-at R. Warn and Putnam, II 1, B-7. 1 i. it o. ii-o, ('Arleton nd Wright beat Hooker and Uacketl, il . 7 6, 241, n-; Slaver and Ewer beat McKlttrtck and Her, 7-6, 2-11, 7 a, 3 rt.il 4. Oaatias. N. J.. July 3D. The final In the single lu the Junior Lawn Tenuis tournament on the ground of the Orange Lawn Tennla Club at Montrose were played thl afternoon. Lamed beat Watson, ft 8. )-4. B-. The final la douUa will U play.d to morrow aXUrnoca. HANDICAP FOR FREE LANCE. nocnB'a COLT DEFEATS nANXOCIC AT mUaitTOX J1EACU. Dutch Skater Finds an Eniy 8pot tn the Third Ilnce All the Other Favorite Prove to llo Broken llecdi Jnck Point and Piuinlo Dest of the Two-Yenr-Olil. Tho best endowed ovont at the Brighton TJcnch track yesterday wbb the handicap for throe-year-olds and upward, at ono mllo and a fur long.a It was worth $800 In added money and four of tho six entered lined up at tho gate. Even money or a point shorter represented tho best on offer against Bannock, although ho was conceding fourteen pounds to tho othor four-year-old, Free Lanco. Tho latter attracted few tollowors, Whistling Con being second eholao nt 11 to S. Free Lanco took up the running from Bannock In tho first furlong and gradu ally woro down tho top weight, whom he boat out two lengths. Bannock finished throe lengths clear of Whistling Con. Tho track dried out well undorn tropical sun shine nnd 2,000 visitors wooed fortune and tho woloomo ocean broczo by turns. Thoy farod far bettor with tho breeze than with tho flcklo goddess, as only ona favorlto pulled through during an afternoon of upsets. This was In tho third race, whou tho bookmakers had tho hardihood to offer oven money or bettor against old Dutch Skater, whoso only oppo nents wero Banquo II. and Lansdalo. Ho took tho pair Into camp very readily. Tho Imported colt Flold Lark and W. Lake land's Doeldo carried tho plungers' monoy tn tho opening dash, but tho race resulted in n clover two-length victory for J. 8. Worthing ton's Buffoon. Moody on Hod Holder bebaved badly nt tho post and was set down for two days. Form players could, see nothing but Tender In tho second race, with Subject next In demand. Both woro run off their feet In the 5 t retch by Passaic, who won by two longths. ack Point was pasfedoor as having too much weight up tn tho two-year-old handicap, fifth on the card. Ho rated along behind tho leaders to tho stretch, whero he moved up froiu fifth position, nnd won hya length from Dan Cupid. Helen Thomas, the favorite, got within hntl of tho money turning lor home, hut tho best she could do was a close, fourth. Her jockey, Thompson, was fined 810 for spoiling Boveral broaks. ltottordam hung on to tho favorite. Continental, In the last raoo and mado rings nround him in the last quarter, winning by u length and n half. Tho chief feature for to-day Is tho Brighton Cup. for throo-yeur-olds and upward, at two miles and a quarter. Although the association hongs up a purse of 7.50u. owners have ro stondcd in vory discouraging fashion and only four probable starters were named last night. Theso Include Marcus Daly's pair. Hamburg and Ogden. and thoy aro expected to tako tlio lion's share of the spoils. Toil Sloan Is said to be on his way from Huratoca to ride Hamliurg, who ran so freely for htm In the Realization. Superintendent Claro hopes to bnvo tho track In good shape It no rain falls In the interval, nnd the Inck of competition may be counter balanced by a record performance. Summary: FIRST ItACE. Belling; for three-year-old and upward that have run and not won this year; Jf.00 added, of which S7C to second and 82f to third: allowanoes; five furlontm John 8. Worthlngton'a br. g. Buffoon. 5, by imp. Kilor Prince Oolah. lOinDogirett) 1 n. W, Lakeland' b. g. Deride, (,. lOu (Hamilton)... 2 William Jonnlnga'a ch, g. ftoodrangor, 8, 107 (James) . . 8 Athy, Bed Spider, Imp. Field Lark, The Cad, Adams, OiirBreexy, Billall, Tent lln, bet Fast and All Over also ran. Time, 1.02M Betting Fli o to I against Buffoon. 3 to 1 Decide, 12 to 1 Woodraugcr, 10 to 1 Athy, 20 to 1 lied Spider, 8 to 3 Field Lurk. 40 to 1 The Cul, 40 to 1 Adaiu. 16 to 1 Our brey. 1C to 1 Blllalt, 100 to I Tent Plu, 8 to 1 Bet Fast, 20 to 1 All Over. SECOND RACE. Belling; for two-yrar-oMs; SGOO added, of which 878 to aecond and 825 to third; allowance; five fur longs: U. Kails' b. r. Passaic, by Sir Modred Irian, 100 (Songir) 1 W. C. ml?' br. g. Bublect, 103 (O'Connor) 2 W. A. Chanler'i br. f. Tender, 10H (Doggett) 8 Earline, Hopicotoli and Klondi ke Queen also ran. Time, 1-O.iH. Betting Ten to 1 acatnttPaasalc, 18 to B Subject, 8 to ft Tender. 00 tn 1 Earline, 12 to 1 Hopscotch, 60 to 1 Klondyke Queen. THIRD IUCX. Belling; for four-yearxld and upward that have run and not won at thl meeting; SOOO dded. of which f 100 to second and SCO to third; welgbte ten pound below the scale; winner to be sold t auction tot SSOO; one mile and a quarter: F. II. Beard' b h. Dutch Skater, aged, by Imp. Dntoh Boiler-Lena. 11 n i ColUna) 1 P. J. Mllts'i. ch. c. Banquo ll., 4, lie (Taral) 2 U. W. OUrcr's ch. c. Lumdele, B, 113 (Lewis) 8 Time, 2:12 Betting Even money agalnet Dutch Skater, 11 to 6 Banquo II., S to 3 Lanidale. rOURTH HACC. Handicap, for three-year-oldi and upward: 810 eafh, ts forfeit; SSOOoddrd. of which (180 to aec ond nd $(MI to third; one mile end a furlong: II. U.J. ftoche'seb.c. FreeLince, 4, by Imp. Cav iller Lady Alice, 112 (Dogirett) 1 Kenilro Stable'i ch. c. Bannock, 4, 12H (Songer) . 2 F. C. O'Relllj ch. c. Whistling Con, 3, 113 (Taral). 8 Jefferson also ran Tlmc,l:fifll. Betting Seven to 1 aclnt Free Lance. 0 to 10 Bannock, 11 to C Whbtllng Con, 8 to 1 Jefferson. FIFTH ItACE. Handicap; for two-year-olds; J 10 each, (S forfeit; 1000 added, nt which $100 to aerond and $60 to third; aU furlongst Uenslro's Ruble's br. c Jack Point, by Sir Dixon Merry Maiden, 12(1 (Songer) 1 t. D. Smith's b, c. Dan Cupid. 100 (O'Leary) 3 William lakeland's ch. u- Chorus Boy, ion (Ham ilton) ... . a Dr. Fltulmon and Helen Thomas alio ran. Time, I-17W. Betting Seven to 3 against Jack Point, n to 1 Dan Cupid, it to I Chorua Boy, 8 to 1 Dr. Fltialmmoni, 0 to r Helen Thorn. SIXTH HICK. Belling; for three-yerold and upward: $800 added, of which $7r. to aecond and 82S to third; al lowances; one nillt! J, L. Dwyer'a b. c. Rotterdam, 4, by Imp. RotherlU Imp. Bendova. 112 (O'Leatri l J. L. Holland'a b. h. Continental, d, lit) (Taral)... . 2 M. Clancy's ch g. Maximo Oomei, 8, U7 (Songer) ., 3 Tinkler and Doggett alio ran. Time, 1:4SH. Tlettlns Five to 1 agalnit ltotterdam, er-n money Continental, 4 to 1 Maximo Coiner, 0 to 1 Tinkler, 40 to 1 Doggett. The ontrles for to-day's races aro as follows: First Bace For three-year-olds and upward that have not won $800 in 18U7orlsD8; one mile and a furlong: Midget HAlLnoLake lis Bergen lltllCinn Metal 104 Abingdon lloiKlla Daly 102 Second Bace For two-year-olds that bare not won alnce July 1; ne furlongs: Life Guard 112Takmaater 113 Hniher 112 Fullmlte 109 Mnggln 112'Seraphlca 100 TheOerdner 113 Lady Meddlesome... 100 Frohilnn 1121 Third Race For thrae-yeir-old and upward that bare not won more than one race at thl meeting; one mile: Burlesque 10s Merlin 08 Beultnueld 107 Frohman 01 Leo Lake ion Changrae ui Endeainr 101 lluby Lips bll Fourth Rare Hlghwelgbt handicap for three-year-olds and upward; Hi furlong: Feepo'Day 140 Murlllo 113 Lambent 137 Frohman 113 Leedivlllo 133 Bt. Nicholn m Lennep 13S LadyMulan 110 Trtpplmr llvcblnalle 107 Blue Devil 118 fleetingOold 103 Utnwell IK. Fifth Race The Brighten Cup of S7.E00: for three-year olda and pver: to the winner Sft,S0O, to econd $1,260, to the third $700, two mile and a quarter; ' Howard Mann 1031 Ogden lno MasterJainea 133 1 Hamburg 113 Sixth Race For two-year-old; $800 added; fir furlong: Lilly Meddleiome lonlBcn Viking 103 Mark Miles ... too cormorant 103 Milanese ... lnllTut T lit u 'lueUsrdner. 104lNtuety Cent UD Ipld 103 Seventh Race IIndlcp steeplechase; short courei Olimlo . ir.7iIlhiltiMtnn 143 Tiilllon 14Hlllabr 11111 mil Beaufort UHlKlCld , las Forgot 147 Fosilbly a Struggle for Supremacy lletvreea llnmbiirg nnd Onminrnt. The talk of a special match between Hamburg and Ornament wmirovhod at Brighton Boach yesterday on a much more plausible basis than has hitherto been propobiid. Jimmy Howe, who has been reported as quibbling on tho weight-for-aco scale, camo out posithely with tho etalomcnt that ho was authorl7ed to match Ornament against Hamburg ntseten pounds below lho scale, which would make tho wolaht. Ornament, 11H; Hamburg. Hit. Tint conditions proldo lor a race nr one mile nnd a quarter nt Brighton Bench .1 wpek from tn-diiy llacliig Hecretary Hns staled to The Hun rn porter that tlio annocliitlnn is willing Io otter a jiurso of not km than$'J.r0() but that as tho legality, of spicial mutchra Is doubtful the affair will Iminiiileaiicipoiinwoepstakes. It win ImiKsd to Include Tillo. hut he Is itniler the weather nt preheat Tho noted stayer. Ben Hnlladay. hnwever, Is going great guns at Sara toga, nnd ha may come its If tho ruco Is ar nnged. , Tho Hamuutg iicoplc will say nqth ng until after tho Brighton dip race to-day. tut should the crack three-year-old pull through all right Howe's challenge will prob ably le taken up In short order, Yachting Notes. The annual regatta of the Himpiteid Harbor Club, which was acbsduled to be sailed cm taturdar. Aug. 0, ha Wia declared c& nvjuut WIN At sAtiAxodA. Good Itnelng nt tbe Sprlngs-Slonn to Leava tho meliohmnnni, Bahatooa, July 20. Although light fields wore tho rule this afternoon, tho racing at the Spa was vory good. Tho weather was a trlflo too warm to bo pleasant, but a fairly good crowd came out to tho track to witness tho port. Backers ot favorites farod a groat deal hotter than yesterday, nu threo out of the llvo flrst choices earned brackots. It was an nounced to-day that Tod Sloan had severed his connection with tho firm ot C. Flelsohmann's Boris. It was rumored that Tod and Tom Weloh, tho tralnor of thu stable, had somo . words and that this was tho cause ! tils leaving, but Bloan donlod this, Mr. Flotschmann said that, as thoy had only four horses In nctlvo tralnlug, thoy thought It best to let Bloan oft his contract. Ho will hnvo tho mount on tho Flelschmnnn entry In tho Futurity, as this was agreed upon. Blley Grannon, tho noted plunger, who was ruled ofT for giving a rresont of $000 to Jockey Fred Taral, Is among tho latest arrivals horo. Ornunon did not mako any attempt to secure admittance to tho track, but stayed In tho pool room near tho track whero ho mado his bets. William Walker's good two-year-old colt Mr. Phtnlsoy Is very stok hnro with lung fever and Is not expected to recover. Tho heat has boon troubling tho horsos and sovoral havo already died from the effects of It. WUUo Martin and Cash Bloan divided tho honors to-day, each winning two races. Ways and Means. Bugden, and A. N. B. wore tho good things in tho opening race for two-yoar-olds, and thoy furnished a rattling finish. Ways and Mennswas very unfortunate, during the race, as ha was shut off twice. Tho Held swung wide coming Into, tho stretch nnd Martin slipped through on tho rail In tlmo tp win by n neck, with A. N. B. n hend before Snellen, lluela wae an even money choice in tho sec ond, and sho found no difficulty In win nlbg. Bloan permitted Baratoga to show tho way to tho stretch, whero Buela went to tho front. Athamas. tho 7 to 5 second choice, enp tured tho third race nftor a driving llnlsh with the 7 to 10 favorite Peat. Tho latter was clearly tho best horse, but Williams messod him about during the race and mado his run too late. Tho fourth race looked llko n gift to Air. Clay, nnd , ho wan nt odd!) on, JThat he wait pounds tho best horsowns' shown during tho race, for after bolng shot oft twlco ho camo through In tho stretch and won easily by n length and a half from Oalahad. John McCaf forty sprang n good thing in the last raco In his colt Lexington l'lrato. whom ho backed well. Lexington I'irnte made all the running, nnd won in n gallop by four lengths from Bonlno". Aratoma. tho favorite, was a poor llfth. Summary: nitsT BACK., Purse $800; for maiden two-yearldi: five fur- McCleiland k Smith' b. c. Wy and Means, by Bermuda Llsrlc. uri (Martin) 1 J. K. McDonald's br. r. A. N. II.. 11B 'Clawson).. . 3 J. K. Seagram'a ch. c. Sugden. 116 (Williams) 8 CoL Tenny, Lost Time, Tranquil, Effort and Menu also ran. Time, 1-04. Betting Three tn 1 against War and Mean. 4 to 1 A. N. B., 8 to 1 Sugden, H to 1 Col Tenny, 8 to 1 Lot Tim. 80 to 1 Tranquil, 13 to 1 Kffort, UO to 1 Menu. SECOND RACE. Purse $300; for marra and Utiles three yean old and upward: winning venaltie; one mile: Sydney Paget'a b. f. Ilucla, 4, by Bramble Lou Dudley, 120 (0. Sloan) . . . . . 1 J. D. Smith' b. f. Lillian Belle, 3, 108 (W. Martin) 2 W. A. Porter' br. f. Baratoga, 3, 108 (Clawson).. .. 3 BaxdelUk also ran. Time 1-43K. Betting E en money against Duels, 7 to 8 Lillian Belle, IS to 1 Baratoga, lu to 1 Bardalla. TllinD RACE. ' Purse $400, f or three-year-olds and upward: weight even pounds below scale: winning penalties, ono mile and a slxteenthi R. T. Wilson, Jr.'s. b. g. Athamas, 8, by Eolua Vi vacity, 107 (Martini... 1 W. Keyea'a b. g. Peat. R, lltHWllllam) a A. Covington' ch. g. Valid, 3, 104 (Ormy) 8 Squan alio ran. Time 1'5IW. Betting Seven to & agaiuat Athamas. 7 to 10 Peat, CO to 1 Valid, 00 to 1 Bquan. rounrn BACE. Puree $300; for two-year-oldi: weight twelve pounds below scale; panaltie and allowanoes; five furlongs: U. Campbell's br. c Mr, Clay, by Darebln Mis Clay. 110(C. Sloan) 1 J. E. Seagram's ch. c. Oalahad. 103 (Barrett) 2 J. McLaughlin'a b. f. Water Qirl, 100 (Irving) 3 Diva also ran. Time. 1-03H. Betting Five to 2 on Mr. Clay, IV to 1 against Oala had, 0 to 1 Water Oirl, 00 to 1 Diva. H Firrn bace. Puns $300. for three-year olds and upward; sell ing allowances; six and half furlong: J. J. McCafferty' b. c. Lexington Pirate, 4, by Pi rate ot Penzance Mia Lexington, 116 (McCaf ferty) . .. 1 J. r, Seagram' br. f. Bon Ino. 4. 113 (II. Williams). 2 P. if. ClvTl'sjch. g. Damocles, 3. 1 in (Clawson) 8 Marsian, Aratoma, Charcntus. Haulon, Organ Pilot, OxnarU and Plutarch aleo ran. Time, 1:22M. Betting Eight tn I against Lexlr gton Pirate, 6 to telBw Ino, 11 to 1 Damoclo, 7 to 1 Martian, 7 to 2 Antuma, 16 to 1 Charentns, 8 to 1 Ilanlon, 30 to 1 Organ Pilot, 20 to 1 Oxnard, CO to 1 Plutarch. Tho entries for to-morrow: First Race For twii-3 ear-oMi; five furlongs. Diminutive. 107: Tyran, 07: Mrle O., 97; Chrjsaor, 100; Orderlette. 117; Flavins, 103. Second Race. For three j ear-old; selling; ono mile. Bangle. 114; Ilanduress. 104; Ben lladad. 104; Hurlr Bnrlr. On; Ofenoine, 104; McAllister. 101: Dertoot. 101. Third Race For all aget; one mllo and a furlong. Premier. 115. Ftaea. 112; Blr Vasnar. 112: Hatoc, 112; Bquan, ino. l'netees, 107 O. B. Cox, 100. Fourth Race The Keamr Stakes, six furlongs, Macro. 12R: Premier. 116; Tragedian, 113; Domltor, I16i Irish Reel, 114,Uotham, 112; Hanlon, 112, Dr. Black, 112, Fifth Race-Soiling hurdle race; one mllo and a quarter over five hunlles. Marble Boy. 18; Right of Way, 141), Oov. Bndd, 142; False Crart, 142; Hurry Up. ISO; Plutarch. 186. Itnelng nt St, I.oul. St. Lotus, July 20. Tho Fair Ground track wis sloppy to-dy and the attendance irutll. Snmmorlc: X'lrt nxce Ono mile Mi Lbuie, Ort (Frot), 11 to 2, won; Alma Glyn, 107 (J. McDonald), 2 to 1, aeconi, The Planet, 107 (Bombard), 111 to 1, third. Tlmi 1:4H1. B'cohd Rice One mile. Rowland Duett. 103 (boutliard), i to 1, won: Joo Osot. ion (Brooker), 15 to 1, second, Springtime, 101 (Rutlers H to 1, third. Time. 1 ii. Third Ra-e Five and one-half furlongs. Our Nel lie, 103 ((lilmnrr), 8 to 2, won; Pit Cleburne, UM (Butter). 13 to 10, second; Lafaiette, 103 (J, McDon ald), ll to 1, third. Tlmo, 1:121. fourth Race Six and one-halt furlnngs.-Wlgglns, 100 (J. McDonildi, even, won, II. II. uardner, 10.1 (Snelll.utoC, second: Nora B, 02 (W. Miller), 1.1 to 1, third. Time. 1.2.'. Fifth Race Six furlongs. Zamar IL, 103 (J, Mo Donald), .1 to 4, won. Can OiUop, 111 (SneU), n to 1, second, Lorrainla, 104 (Linn), B to 1, third. Time, l.IHW. Sixth Race Belling; one mil Bequeath. 103 (Line). Oto 1. won, Belle of tbe Wrt, 108 (J. Mc Donald), d to S, aecond; Uowltxer, 107 (Froit), u to 0, third. Time, 1.47M. TJow the Hunner I'lnlihed nt llnrlem. Cmcioo, July 2r. Th evere rainstorm of laat night mad tbe track of t t Hirlem to-dy and the borses did not run up to form. Only two favorite won. Bimon W. wt easily defeated by John Bright In the laat race. Summary; Flnt Race Five ami a half fnrlong. Prtno llirrjr, 103 (Thorpe), 2Ktl, wont Vim and Vine gar,'li6iTtrmer), fi to 1, ecnnd: Noma, 100 (Wil liam), fO tn 1, third. Time, Mill. Herond Hire Due mile and one alxteenth Daily F l0 (Woodi), 4 10 1, miii; Prosecutor, IOH (Conley), II t) l,ei'nnil. Friar John, 104 (Thorpe), 2H to 1, third. Time, li5'IW. Third Race File furlonn. Jinks, 110 (Turner), Vi to 1, von;8iilritnelle, 11" (Bums), tt to C, second; Tail Fonso, 103 (Thorpoj, 4 to 1, third. Time, Fourth Race One mile. Found, POIMcNIckle), B to 1, won; Imp. Ffildlu Burke, 110 (l)urna), 2 to 1, sec ond: The Devil, 103 (Thorpe), 0 to 10, third. Time, l!46M Fifth Bjre-81x furlongs Afaniaria, Dl (Burnt', 1 to 2, won, Lot-iut Blnesom, 87 (Knight). 16 to 1. lee ond; Fnopla, 106 (F-vrrett), 26 U 1, third. Time, HI1U1 Hare One mile and seventy yirdi. Johjl Bright, 100 (Kverctt).2tol,won; Chrly Diritty, liNKlliirni), 8 to l.terond; Himon W 113 (Turner), 8 to 6, third. Time, li4UH. Knickerbocker A. C, Swimming Ilacct. Tbroo Interesting race took plsce last night In tbe weekly competitions held in the Knickerbocker A. C. swimming tank. A. A. Clement, who led In the point competition, secured a second plioe and re tained flnt place with 10 point, but a, U, Vin Cliff, who won a first ud a third place, It dangerously near with 13 points. II. II. Reeder. 11 pnlntt. il third, with M, Wetiler, the winner of wto race lait night, fourth. The lummailei: 880-Yard Handicap Won by O. U. Van Cliff, 1 minute so leiondil W, Reuit, scratch, second; 11. II. Reeder, 1 minute, third. Time, 18 minute 1 second. 200-Foot Hurdle Itiee Won by M. Metxler, 13 sec onds! II, Wutbenpoon. srritrh, second; U. tl. Vn Cllef, 8 lecondi, third, Time, 1 minute 6 3-3 sec onds. Tub Race Won by M. Metxler, acratch; A. A. Clement, scratch, second; ,M, patteraon, scratch, thlnl, Ilnmlhnll. Members of the Brooklyn Handball Club adopted harolo meaaima pi countered tbe heat yester day, and, Instead of lying around In cool nook with palm leaf fans, they limply tailed In and cooled off PhtlCaaey faihlnn, Dr allien and Prof, Cogglns pin eil to a draw. J. Ulncher outpointed Thomas Ltddy by the bare margin of three aeca. after which James Ltddy took on the pair and wiped them not of the court. The aperial feature for thl afternoon will be a match of beat three In Are game for $10 a cor nx. In which Dr. A. Olllen and Jsmel Ltddy will pair off egtinit John CDosnill and Prof. Joha Cog cdaj. Th evening cam UMt tote o'uovk, 'vmieagmtmmtmmmmaummmaatBmMmai NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. TtLK Of MAKIKO SIILO ST. nELIilNO, Jit.. NOMINEE FOh CHIEF COS8VL. rreildettt Fottrrr Will Wot Tnke the rinre Encouraging Proipcct for tlie Nerr Cortntry Cycle CI Ob Why English nnd American niryelet llo Mot Go In Ghlnn. F. M. Froblshorand 0. T. Coles, two of tho committee ot threo appointed to nomlnnto officers ot tho Mew tork State Division tor next year, met, yesterday and mado up a ticket. As W. W. Armstrong, the third member ot tho committee, was not prcsont. It was decided to mnkonoaunouncemoutottho names solcctod until they could bo mailed to Bochostor nnd re turned approved by 'Armstrong, President rotter, after deliberation, reached the conclu sion that he eonlrt not afford again to tako tho holm, no matter how much tho Lcoguo might need him, Frcntdont l'ottor was known to favor tho eelcetlon of Vlco-Consul Mllo SI, Beldlng. Jr.', for the head of the ticket, and thoio who protend to know the Innor workings of League polities wore very posltlvo after the committeo adjournod yesterday that Beldlng had becin chosen as tlio nomtneo for Chief Consul. , A gratifying succoss has been attained by thoso who havn been endeavoring to onzanlro the new Country C)clo Club, with hoadquar ters at Morris Heights Tho prospects aro that tho limit set for tho original raomborshlp, .'100, will bo reached within a tow days. In which ovent ground will bo ati'6nco broken for tho now clubhouse. Which It 'Is proposod to hao ready (or oceupaney.enrly In September. Tho linos upon which tho Club Is being formed hnvo met with much favor. Tho houna will bo con structed so as to bo suitable for wlntor as well as summer nee. White tho clubhouse Is bolng constructed the members will uso tho oottago on th Berkeley Oval grounds. A fow of tho members already enrollod are: Dr. Seneca D.Fowell, Edwin Oould, nonce C. Du Val. Alien W. ltiarta, the lion, llaatua B. Ransom, W. Bbrldeh BuilCllireoce B. Fgle Clendenln Fkert, Walter 0. Cm, "Wendell Baker, V. A. BUecjue, M. M. Beldlng, Jr.; Allen W. Adams, R. Marshall Bnssclle, E. R. F1U Maurice, Ashbel P. Fitch, J. W. Gerald. Jr.; T.'J. Gaines, Jr.: O. N. Osrdlner. Jr.; William Haven, Frank J, Oould, C. L, llorton. Dr. Iout C. lx Roy, Cirleton wltason, Oeirge C, Pennell, Oeorge E. BchsOer, Warren Bage, Robert 0. Taylor, John Frlck. Downing Vanx, William F. Wilson, Oeorgo B, Yard, Dr. Herbert T. Footo and James L. llreeio. According to official roports mado by a Brit ish Consul, tho English and American cyclo mnnataeturors hnvo not found a good market tn China hid other1 places In the Orlont bo cnuso they do not put dragons and gro tesauo decorations on their machines. Tho regulation trademarks do not tako, as they aro not eorSKIilercd to bo ( favorable, omen. Thero aro cortaln colors whtch havo peculiar recogni tion by the ordinary clans of Chinese, while others offend either tholr tastes or their super stitions. Chinamen! it Is said, will frequently buy soap, medicine, biscuits and othor small articles for the sake of getting a lucky label, and all that Is needed to make American bicy cles popular In the Flowery Kingdom Is for tho manufacturers to mako a personal study of decorative work. A strange plcturo was mndo by threo colored men and u golden-haired baby, nil In a wagon load of bicycles on the briilgo lostonlny tore noon. Thero was no point or reason In It. hut the sight attracted a great ileal of attention and fusclnuttnn simply becauso of Its oddness and plctiircsquiMipus. It was nn ordinary express wagon, carrying about seienor eight blocles. The meli occupied tho seat, and on tho floor of the wagon sat the pretty child with Ilaxcn hair, dressed, all tn whito. It Mas u girl, about IS j ears old. and sho sat with her thumb In her mouth, looking as solemn nnd unconcerned ajnong tlio wheels as It sho hud been born in a blcyclo factory. In tho German Army dogs are trained to tear cyclist soldiers from their wheels. Tho bitter experience of some riders with canines in country districts hero Indicates that somo ot this breed has crossed the ocean. If tho tier man Army continues It experiments and en courages this breed of dogs to increase, there may como a time when the L. A. W. can bo use ful by making periodical reports on tho loca tion of dogs, and by plastering tho rural roads with slgus of warning at places whore there is a " Herman dog." League memborn at Buffalo are putting forth frent efforts to secure tho national meet of Km for that city, und it Is believed by them that thoy will recolvo tho support o tho most Influential officers of tho L. A. V as against Boston, which Is also nnxioub to get tho meet. Tho Buffalo Workers havo ulrondy rccolved the support of tho Board of Aldermen and the Board of Couucllmcn. Tho following Is tho official bulletin Issued by Chairman Mott of tho ltacing Board ot tho I,. A W. yesterday: Score of the National Cbamplonihlp Oanllner, 03; Cooper, 43, Bald, an; "Major" TaIor, 2H, btovent, 21; Frrenun, 12; McFarland, 11; Eaton, 10, Tom Butler, 1). Kimble, (, Mertem, , Bowler, 7; Frod Bims, 6; Dr. Brown, 6; Jaab Kden, 4 Becker, 4; Nat Hutler.a, Karl Kascr, 8. Boumtte, 2; C. M. Bly, 2; Hills, J.,,2; Klser, 2, Watson Coleman, 1. Riders lU-L'lltered-iai, William Thornburg, Balti more. Professional Record Accepted Two-mile handicap, made by Arthur (innllner, Manhattan Beach, July 23, 1SIIH, Time, 4 inlnutea IS 4-6 seconds. Uandl capper, O. L Mi.CartIiy. SuspoiKlert Pending Investigation E. 61mmont, Lancaster, Pa. husprnsiou Removed H. (1. Gardiner, Philadelphia. Transferred to tho Proresilonsl Cists w. A. uuta lius, Lewlsbunt, Pa.; Han err R. Williams, Lancaster, Pa., II. Q. (Urdincr, Philadelphia, Fletcher Gordon. Uwcnilioro, Ky. huspcildid M. A.Gntellns, LewlKburg, Pa , Is flnid $loiiduipcnilrit from all mail and track racing until Uivn Is paid for competing lu a profeislnual t lent without registering; Wilier A. Cnmtngi, Phlla delphia.toAug. 14. IHI18. for falline to ilde; II I. Doage. Washington, nned $23 and impended for as sault and uncrnileniauly language to an official at a meet; George Dinner, Allentown, Pa., to Aug 211, lsus, fur double eutry; Mark Grtasemer, Allentown, Fa. to Hept. 2H, ISUD, for false entry ami insubordination to referee, N rman E. IMiner, 11. J. Apple, A. II. Uriel and John Null, Allentown, Pa., to Aug. 211. Ihi.h, Itisiihordlnato conduct at a race meet: J. A. Herbert, Fall River, pending return of prtreawarded in error, and for lxty days thereafter. James Barlow, It Bran, J. Hmlth, 1'. Colin, Turn Murray, C. Gay, ll, Klvlau und Joseph l'alrclouah, Boston, to Aug. 11, Ikiih uiiaanrtloned rates, W7l Kennedy, A. Fuller, and C. 1" Conelainl. for promoting and officiating at an nniaurtionod meet at Haugne, Mass.; Geoig.) Cirrlco. Bernard Brockman, Thomas A. McMahon, and Charles Ander son, Ht. Louis, Mo., to Oct. 80, 18UH, unsanctioned race. Franklin Park, Bangui, Maa and W. F nutchlns, manager, are placed on the list of those to whom furthrr-saiicuoni will ho refuted, beoauae of the above mentioned unanutlnned meet. Banrtlnnt Granted-Ilrnnselck Bicycle Club, New Bruuiwlrk, N". J.. Dent. 61 0. T. A. A. Union. Phllidel. Iihla, Arg. 4; AUrnlnwn Fair AsiociaUon, Allentown, 'a , Kept. IV; Araoclatad Cycling Club, Philadelphia, National Circuit mctt, Bept. 17. Tho sehedulo of runs arranged for to-morrow by tho local clubs follows: Club. Mart. Pntation. Arcanum Wheelmen, Hoboken Midland Beach Brooklyn Bicycle Club llrooklii.. Like Sncciai Brooklyn tumblers Bmollu Itihliu Carroll 1'arkMheeliuen.llri.oklyn . Mi.rn-lnwn Crniurr Wheelmen Manhattan White l'UIni Federal Wbeelmin lirnoklin Pstciiogne (IrtaterN.V Unelnieii.llrnoklrn Plalnneld llAiulltoii Whielmin Union Hill , I'LilnUeM Ligau Wheelmin Bmokljn College point 1, nig Island Wheelmen llrookli 11 Bar Hide anlgtrn Wheelmen Manhattan Asbury Park Mii'oii Wheelmen. Brooklyn Long Island ata 1 Wheelmen Brooklyn Lalmdale 01 Club Wheeluieu Malihaitan Herreulljjeh liniiigi' VWieeliin-n Oniltre ('nine) Iilaud I'enu Glen Wheelmen lircn irii Miilottone Unci ns Borough W Richmond Hill Totlnnvliia lllieralde Whirlmeii Manhattan. CHylnlsnd Ilojal Ananum W Manhattan Far llorlawiy Red llodli Wheelmen. Brooklyn Long Brunch Royal Ananum W Brooklyn Hea Clig Hoilullet Whc-lmen Manliaitan Brtdciport Ht. Geonre Wheelmen Manhatun He Beach Htelger Wheelmen Manhattan Ainlti villi 'i'llumpb Wheelmen .Manhattan .. Bathlleaih Baltimoiie. July 20 Thero Is troublo In store for Jimmy Michael, and If the llttlufoliow Is forced to luup for n whllo or pay a heny llm'. It will all lip owing to tho iKr judgment (lisplii)ecl liv Khui'fur, his iiiniiiiger. .Mlulmul miih scheduled tn raco against Titus ut tho Colosseum truck last nlglit. i'our thousand persons journeyed out there only to tlnd thu place In darkness, nnd the clsli eruelc lion rtt. It seems that his manager piojudged tho went horns bad, nuillive hours bforo tho tlmo for tho race rent his man to l'lillailelplilu Now Chairman Albert Molt of tho National ltacing Board of the I,. A W Ims the matter In hand. The Ij'unue has rules governing such a case, and Mott will lieuskod toenforcuthnmbySInn uger I'rlneo of the Colosseum Mott would not way to-day what ho Intended to do In tho mutter llo sa)s that hn mutt wait llrst to ascertain tho facts, ni theso case usu ullyhave two sides. Jlo must llrst get tho reports of tho re fa two and tho promoter who got the sanction, Theso will explain officially why tho rnrcs did not tako Iilucu and wilt gite Mott a basis of ac Ion. lie must, then communicate with Ilchael and got his side of tho story, when ho will act, Michael's offence, so far as tho facta havo been stated, is breach ot contract, or relus. Ins U ride after, having entered for a raco, 'Xu$ puriUamens la suspension or flue luf- wt ,.T t ( ; ;, ' flclently heavy to fit the crime. Michael has many rich contracts to fill in tho near future nnd would probably pay ft pretty henvy Ann In preference to bolng suspended. Mr. Mott will not consider nt all tho suggestion that radical action might cnuso a broach between tho 1,. A. vV, nnd tlio American. Association, which has contracts with Michael. Ho says thero In but one course to pttrsuo when ho knows the facts, and ho will pursue that course regardless of jeonaoquonets. ixronMATioN ron WnEXLMBK. F. C Route, from Mlddlelown, X. Y to New Hat en wis published In Tn flnv on July 211. A, F. It. From New York to Wis: Deer Park, cms ferry at East Twenty-third slreeti rtrte to B-dfnnl venue and continue to Eistem Pirkwiy; follow the Parkway to Htone avenue, to Eldert lane, to Broad war, to Rockanay plank road, to Rorkiway turnpike, to Locutt avenne, to the klerriek roid; continue to Bprlngfleld, Ijnbrook. Rockillle Centre, Mlllbnra. Freeport, Merrick, Beafonl, Ainltyville, Weit Deer Park , Frank Bmlth. Route to Butler, N. J., wa pub lllheil In Titr Bus on July 30. II. II. F.-F.-om New York Io Midland Beach, take ferry at the Patten- to Bt. George, ride to Tnmpklni vllle.and takn Richmond turnpike tn Mldlsnd Besch. A. Prohoch -From New kork to Washington, take ferry at tho Battery to Bt. Georges 1-onMnue through Bailors' 8 nig Harbor, Livingston. Port Richmond, to Mailner's Harbor; at terminus of main road take the ferry to Elizabeth: then ride to Westfleld Kenwood, Plalntleld, New Market, Pound Brook. 8-imrnllle, Vauakan. Plalnvllle, Blawenbure, Unpewell, Pen nington, Trenton, and Frankford. to Phllvtrlphlat continue to tho Lincuter Pirn ami proreed tn Panll, llownltigtnn, Coitesiille, White Hoi , Intemonra Blnl in ilmil, Lsiicaster. Mlllirm lllr, R ick II II. Hafa Harbor, McCall'a Ferry, Conoweigi, Ijipldum, HaiTe de Grace, Belalr, Benson, Recoiu, Greenwood, Ounimwdrr Illver, Cub HIM, Fight-Mile House, Five Mile House, Lauraullr. Hall HprlnK'. Clifton, to 1U1 tlmore: from tho latter city ride to w inaiu. Elkridge, Wcley Grove, laMirel, Contee.Ileltsvlllo. Hyattsi-ille, lllsilensburg, to Wsshiiigton, Tho road are fair to good. tl, A. K. B lymour. Before the contest Welnlgwie sround In a raring ihlrt and long tronera, but who he pushed ufl Michael he wa In lull raring roetttmn with a droi.aiug Mbe over It Immediately after Urtlng the midget he had.to get on hla pacing ma chine. - U. L. C, Brooklyn. Riders who have tried It re cently ear that the ordlnsnen to which you rcferis not strictly enforced. A test case was made, and after an appeal s decision was rendered In favor of the rider euslnst the city officials. Would-Bo Rscer. You can usiislly learn whon ind where races are to lie held If jou read Tiir Rim. There have been ery few evonte for novices on the progrAmmea run this ear In this vicinity, and thore are not likely to be many. If you address the Amer ican Cycle ilarlng. Association, 220 Broadway, you would get entry blink for sll their niei tings. In racing, a memlierahlp with eonie dub Is helpful but the fact that you do not belong to any will not be a hindrance. NOTES. No race meet Is on hand for w-dar In the metro- IHilltan district, aud rnthuslaits in the tport will iaeto gu to tbe Charles Rlier Park track, Boiton, where Tarlore and Molmtllo will ride a thlrti mile raie. Inhli recent praitlco woik Taylors showed himself to he In oner fettle than ever. Ills frlendi think that If bo can get away llrst and gain a lead In theeailr part of the rare he mav beat the Boston Imy. The Mglltnt Cycle Club will havo a women' run to Ljnbrook, L. I , to-morrow. A special entertain ment Is being vreiiared for the occasion. Unattached riders nie i onllilly milted. 'lho Llm lu Wheelmen have elected the following office. Chairman, I, Wstshau, Vice-President, L. E. Merger; Recording 8irtary, J. Cone; financial Secretary, w. II Lagtiu Treasurer. R. HlrertS-r-geant-at-Arms, David Goldberg, Captain, Harry Mei er, br.i Lieutenants, Ixiuls Fadeika and J. Novowltz; Color Bearer, 1'. Browsky; Jltiglor, A. (lien. A rare meet will ho held at the Berkeley Oval on Bept. 10 under the auspices ot the New York Flro incn'a Cycle Club. Hern Lends the Thirty-Footers ITome. NnwponT. July 20. Tho thirty-footers sailed a sweopst.-iko race this afternoon, tho contest for tho nils Cup bolng postponed until next weok. Thero was a strong brcozo from tho southwest, but tho sea was flat. A thick fog hung over tho bay during most of tho race. Tho conrso was to Dyers Island and return by way of Jamestown. Tho Carolina got tho best of tho start, but In tho run up tho bay tho Hera took tho lead, rounding tho mark flrst. The Vaquoro III. wan a eloso second. Tho wind ward work then began. When halfway dpwn the bay tho Vnquero III. carried away her weather shroud and hnd to withdraw from tho race, going home under double roof, Tlio Hem held the lead and llnisliod .10 seconds ahead of the Carollnn. Miss I'lslo Clews sailed on tho winning boat, Mrs Durycn on tho Vnquero III., and Mrs Morgan and Center Hitchcock on the l'uck. Bummarr: Elapitd Start. Finith. Tint, Boat and Ovner. u. u. s. n. u. . n. u. . Hera, 11. N. Elll 2 66 00 6 OS 17 2 in 17 Carolina. P. Jonr 2 66 00 & OS 47 2 13 47 Wwa, It Brooks 2 66 00 6 10 21 2 16 21 Puck. E. D. Morgan .... 2 66 00 6 22 26 3 27 26 Veda. 0. Vaiidrrbtlt, Jr ...2 65 01 & 21 07 i 28 07 Vaqucro III., U.B. Duryea.a 66 00 Did not finish. Polo. Nabbaqahbbtt Pinit. July 29. Tho Point Ju dith Country Club polo tournament was con tinued horo to-day on tho ground nt Wlldfleld Form. Pleasant wcathor,brought out a largo attontlnnco and tho field was bright with gay trans and tally-hos. Tho play was for tho Bhodo Island Cup, open to teams whoso oggre anto handicap docs not exceed ten coals, with Individual prizes. Tho rlvnl fours were from tho Westchester Country Club nnd tho Ded hnms of Dedham. Mass. Tho Wcstchestors had tho advantage of tho handicap by two goals. Tho Dodhnms playod nllroundthclropponents. V F, Collier of tho Westchestcrs playod clei erly. The DedliiunH won the gamo in tho fourth pe riod by a Bcoroof 11 tolS goals To-morrow tho Mention brooks will play tho Myopias, win ners ot Wednesday's gamo. for the Point Judith Country Club Chnliongo Cup On Monday tho play will bo for tho Narragnnsott Cups. Ch. Vienna. July 29. Plllsbury nnd Tarrnsch played tho third game ot tho tio match to-day. Tarrasch won. Tarrasch has won two games and Plllsbury one. The Sun correspondent at Vienna writes, under date of July 15, that tho following mas tore haio eont their entries for the Interna tional chess tournament, to begin at Cologne on Aug. 1: From Ylonnn, Burn. Blockburno, Hhowalter, Bchlechtor. Jnnowskl, Marco, Schlf fers. Tsehlgorin. and Chnrousek. Another cor respondent writes from Vienna, under tho sumo date, that Lasker has also sent his entry for tho Cologne tournnment Under theso cir cumstances tho contest promises to bo a very Interesting 0110. Crlchet. Thl will be a great day for championship cricket In tho vicinity of New York, fur, with the single ex ception of the Puteraon Club, all teams entered In tho setles of either the Metropolitan District Cricket League or Nuw York Cricket Association will be en gagtd. The most interesting contest of the day should re sult from the meeting of tlio Manhatun and Htaten IiUnil clubs st Prospect Park, and the result of the game should dei ide which team will finish in secoud place for tho league nennant. The ll'iseillle Club will play team A uf the Now Jersey A. C at Bergen Point, where also the New Yors will niet team B of the limn orgsnlration. The B.vnklvn Club, cbam plon of tbe aesoolatlon, will meet the Manhattan secoud eleven at Prospect Paik, and King County will ply at Kearny. Howling on the Green, There wa much ctlvlty on the green of the New Jersey Bowling OreenClubln Jersey City yesterdsy, Thoindiildual tournament has caused considerable Interest and has been marked thus far by good play ing, but tbe winners yesterday had little difficulty in their matches. The Individual scores wore- Mi chael Keating, 21t HUnton nlmmnne, 18. Thomas I'aterson, 21; R Mardouald, 18, Michael Keating, 21; Robert Macdouald, 12, It. K.Applcton, 21, John W'andrl, 6. 1 heleam match was won by It, K. Appleton' tram by 21 to 12. TttOTTlNO AND FACtNO. Now World' Record to "Wngon Tho Ab bott' tlrrnt l'erforuinnre. CLEvrxAMi, July 21) Threo records woro broken at tho Cleveland Drhlng Park to-day. Tho races wero tho best ot tho meeting. Kicry heat was hard fought, 111 0 ot them being nosn finishes. Tho bright, particular star of tho day was The Abbott, who broko the 111 o-ycar-old gelding record, trotting threo heats bettor than 2:10, ono of them bolng in 2:(WS'. Ths raco was tho fastest trottodon theCleieland track In two years, and tho threo heats aro tho fast est ot tho season. AunloLoo won tho first heat of thc2:10 pace. Hho mado a break In the second heat, and was laid up. but Annlo enptured the noxt two heats In hard drives. Tho third nice, tho 2:14 trot, wont to tho California maro Dlono, owned by Adnluli HprockelH Sho lowered her locord to o-iHIV Tho 2:05 paco brought out somo spocdy ones. Bumps was a prohibitive fa lorlto. In tho first boat ho held the leading placo until within a few yards of tho wire, whon Anaconda, under tho lcnrous ilriilng of Mellenry, gut up in tlmo to win liy tlio shortest of noses nnd lowering his record two seconds and a quarter In tho second heat Anaiondn moved up from third placo on tho stretch and won in a ferocious drive from Bcrllmer and Bumps, Tho thlnl heat was a splendid raco between Hetibnerand Bogash and Bright Light and Anaconda, They went around tho circuit llko two double teams. Bogash won. The fourth heat also went to Bogaau. Damps held tiis lead tcf tna ttrtteh In , MajrnirMrr!Mo!!!Mnij!i!iiiiLiiia 1 .in- gparWmnn'ri 3otHt The Monty -RmaiobMt?' ' Pneumatic Saddle Post , No horse could run a mite in less than 1:40 with a dead weight on his back instead of a live jockey. ,' The Monty does as much for the bicycle as the live jockey does for the horse. 4 XYti gunrnntre the Monty. If you don't fj llko It nttrr ten ilnvV trlnl, bring It bnok Jl nml we will refund your money, j A. 6. Spalding &Bros. 1 Spaldlns-Dldwelt Co. I 120-180 yaaiauBt. I i. 31. 85 Went Aid St. 1'NKUatATlC WAGONS I FOR SPEEDING OR BUSINESS. I'RKMIKR MKO, CO., Hartford, Conn. CRAWFORD WHEELS, Cash or Tlmo. MATHEWS BROS. 105 Wj.25thjt. I nfltfl AMfi hitest ninileli, 1.11 and $0i in a UltriLflllU minitht liberal allowance for oil ninVnl P? wheels In tehanee, OIUIbl.r.0, BTAKK WUKK1.CI).. 103 Kalt 3ilJ it. 'PIllES, S.so pr , wamintM Ileit mule, year' wF- 13 J- ranty, f ir. MlnerallteJ Rubber Co., 1H CUB It. ? rlMUKS, tt 4A each) new enodi: no aeeonilii war- r X rante 1 nerfect. J. W. nUCKLEY. lftil Bonth at. 71723 SUN ' Harlem Branch 110 WICST ISflTIl STItRsTT She Sutt. DACQ Daily at 2:30 P. M. , IlaHUBsiv IUInorHhlne. Concert by lander. " Take any Corny liland route. "j tho fifth bent, whore ho broko, anil Anaconda then won tho hont and rocf. . ... Tho trottlnu maro Kentucky Union, drlvon hy Jack Curry, broko tho wason record. aTOlnit tho mllo ncnlnst tho wntch In lixlWi. Tho dauehtnr ot Abonli'on was world' clinmplon only about thirty mlnutpR. as (trace Haatinirs. by llayonnp Prfncn. drjvon by llublncer, col ored tho mile In a-OliS. Bummnrloa: 2 tn clasi. Imttlnir; nurse $1,000: Tbe Abbot, b. it , by Chime Nettle Kins, by Mambrlno KI11K (Oeorai , ...l 1 1 Ratile FUnnlgan, b. tr. Illudaon) 1 I lllot liny, nr r. (MelU 2 3 4 DinCllild, b s. iMiOirtby) 3 4 a ltilm, b. n:. (Ucnioni (I n 0 llmr-li-OHM. 1M9H. 2 OOM. 2:10 rlas. varinc; purse, fl.onni t Annie Lee. b. ni.. by Alfred O. Tesle P., j by Neapolitan tllmVion) 1 Sit Eransclinr, ro. ni iMrL-niKblln and Sana- ileri) S 13 0 i RllierHal. ro.i iMrllermott) 2 2 3 3 j, Mllliain Harold, b. a. (Allen) BOBS j Harry Wuodblne.il. s. (Curry) A 4 4 t Don Biiblnx. b. s. (Snear) el 0 4 S V Time 2.12k. 2:1 1W. 2:115. JiUK- , 2:14 class; trottlna; purse $2,000: i Dionr, b. m , by Emu flrace B., by Bpecu- j lstlun (Mcllrnryi Ill Wilbur, br. a. (HlW'irt) 4 3 4 lied Dee, b. k. (I. Wilson) 2 4 6 -' Caracalla. b. m. iRres) H 10 3 y Medinmwrod. Ii. g. illudann) 10 B 8 , lllaekHelb. Ilk. u. lUusbl B 0 8 ,' Alrlrh, blk. k. (Ilowne) O 5 0 j, HastlOEs.b h (Biikknek) n 7 19 Courier, b (Nichols) 7 V 7 V Thorn, b ni (Drown) U I II i Mountaineer, b e iLapbam) 1111 11 J John Nolan, t (Spear) ' " adl. .' Time 1-10M. 2-.12M. 2'OUM. ' ! 2.0r class, vsrlntr. purse $2,ii00i i' Anaconda, b. u . by KnlL'bt, dam nice- ,? ' trlns Mare, Alpina (Mellenry) 112 4 1 Si Frank Ilocsib, br. .(Do2aah) 4 B 1 1 4 i Ananias, b. tr (Eeies) fi 11 (I 2 2 ' Dunuis.h. e. (D.WIHon) 2 2 7 0 S "J llrlsfit IJitht, b. ni. (Sainton) 7 7 3 3 a M rearl Onward, b. m. (Kpear) . ... 4 4 B 6 n William WallaceHcrlbner.br. a.(MuU).. 3 H B dr. ' Time 2 04K. 2:0SK, 2 onM, 2.0PH. Good Sport on PoYcr's Cloalng l)ny. Dorrn, July 29. Tbe rloslns; day of the New En land Circuit meetlnc derelopoil ezcltine feature. t Of tho fnur race on the cartl nnlr one f ror1te won. The 2-.10 trot remained nnnnlsned. Alcldalla, who ' ' i sold faTorlta $r(i to $10, and Capt. Jack wlnnini J two beat and Maple Valley ona. Little Dick, tha , J fa-nrlte In the 2;19 trot, did not disappoint bla ,., backers, bnt In tbe unfinished 2:18 trot f yeiurdar i anil tb 2:1(1 trot the farorlte, J. M. D. and Mnob. Ado reipectitelr. had to be content with second ; money. Suinruarlca: 2:13 clans, trotting:; pur IBOOl Bqueerer, b. k, by McEwen (Collin) S 1 8 B 4 1 3 1 J. M. D b. K. (LoimU) 1 8 13 8 8 0 9 Ulna-en, b. s. (Titer) 6 7 3 0 14 13 Nicola, b. b. (Knapp) 4 4413344 bidney Mcdregor, b. s. (Con- 1 ley) 3 3 8 4 dl. .,! Ilaiel Dell, blk. m. (Doro) 0 6 6 8 dr. lorn Uoy. b. ni. (Msrah) 7 n dr. V Tlme-2:12, 2:14. 2:13H. 3I14M. 2:14i, 3HBML I 2:17', 2:10. v 2 :1 1) elsss. trottlnsr; purse BO0: i Little Dick, br. e . by llarry l'lnmmer (Oo- Ulle) . 1 16 1 Tlmbnl.br. e. illyne) 3 3 14 ( Ben II.. ch. k. iMnDonld ;....H 4 3 8 ' Orrenbilno.Tj. lOllbert) 7 8 8 3 j Jim Crow, blk. I (Col) 8 tt 4 8 Philip E.. b. c- (Dreunin) 4 8 7 7 '. Eleanor W., rh. m. (llaloomb) 9 11 8 O Dnt Miller. b.m.(DoiUe) 8 BOS Audy W. rh. B. (Fnlaoin) a 7 U dr Time 2-1H. 2:1N, 2U0M, 2:10H. 1 2:1(1 class, trottlns: uurse f 500: Niru. b. s by Arimi (Titer) 1 1 1 1 Much Ado, b. if. (Kennedy) S 3 3 l'a Idy D.. eh. c. (Payne) 8 2 8 ; Hattlo 11., b. m. McDonald) 3 B 7 -: Nirk, th. E. (Wondliury) 8 4 n ' Hilda, blk. 111 (Marsh) 8 0 4 - Success, sr. ff. (Demarrst) 7 7 8 ' 'I ennallnih.b.if. iColllns) 4 8 dr E.cctrlc I.lpht, br. if . 1 Lonmli) , dl. ' Time 2:12H. 2:14H. 3:13)4 2:10 class, trottlns; purse $500: Cant. Jack, blk. it , by Slack Wllkea ; (Flynn) , 3 3 1 1 S ; Alcldalla, b. m. by Sir Walter(Dors)....4 18 3 1 Msnln Valley, b. e , by lied Cedar iTrout) 1 8-3 8 0 Tom Uny, b. m iMarih) 8 4 dla. 'lime-2-l3M. 2:llH. 2:18, 2:13, I:1H- I'rlncei Alert Snrprlies Albanian, Aijiahv, July 20. Tbe Island Park mtatlns clqieel tn day with a sensational perfonnance by Prlnoa Alert. Two wt eke ago t Iili ifsme son of Crown Prluca , csubllihed a biate record over a half-mile track ot 2:1211. Toils) he lowered the liland Park track record three full seconds and made a new mark for himself of 2.07H. Ills old record wa 3.07M. Each of tbe other two race wa hotly contested and la each the prime fai orlte waa beaUn. buintuartss: 2. HI class, trotting; purso $500: Othello, blk, B . by Oeorge Bimmon Lilly H.. by Milwaukee Clay (Ilyan). .1 3 13 1 Star lloy, K E. (McDonald) 3 14 13 Ap Alert, b. g. (Power) 4 4 3 8 4 llert Sheldon, blk. g (Meorge Smith), ...8 8 80 Time-2:15H. 2:1K. Jilt), 3:18, 3:17M- Free for ill. pclng; purse $500: . Prince Alert, b g., by Crown Prino Till, pad- Uree unknown (Illrnsy) 1 1 1 Connor, blk, g. (Maiiilre) 3 2 I Berknhlre Courier, b E.(Hmltb) 8 8 0 Harry F b. a. (McManui) dta. Tlme-2 0H. 3:11M. 3:07X. 3:2Holass, trotting: purse $500 1 Bplnalong, b. m.. Iiy Wilkes Boy Nrrada, by Prlneei (Aebuff) . 1 1 1 nubland Maid, br. m. (McDonald 8 3 f Nnnol.b.g. lUetev) 3 4 0 lied Mrcls.b. in. (Cherrler) 4 8 8 Flora Wiwidnut, b. m (Manley) 8 0S Altrsrllvo.il m (Miller) 0 8 4 Ksgle Wnodnut, blk. )( Kly la 6 lipwald.ch g.iDentley) 7 8 7 Upland, br g. (Cody) Jll2.2 Orient, b, m. (IIUKbeii 10 1810 1 r.iitel, b b. (Orcein 6 14 dr . Dolly Dunic, b in. iMyrrsI 0 7 dr Aildaielta, b 111 iHujdiT) 10 II dr l'jek. b. g, (Dudley) 14 10 dr Liubtnlng, b. g. IO (Vinnor) IB IB Of I AbV X b. m, (Scbterk) . .15 dr Tlme-2:1U)(. 3il8M, 2:1BM- The Harness Winner at OcneTB. 0 rxr.va, July 2. The barneas racing to-dy end4 tbe mn-tlug at this trsck, which waa the mini roe- crssful In It hlitory. Tb weilber wa ry warm and track good Three fnorltei won. Attendanu n.cxxi. Hunimarir 1 IP class, pacing, purse $100: , Dora lllghwood, rh. ra., by lllgbwood (Mil. ; )er) All t AiIiwihiiI, gr. s (Clark) , 3 3 f ; llirry M ,br. E (Minuing) , 8 5 1 V CrnlliU K.ch. 111 (Cook) a 81 j William llrookfleld, blk, g. (Huow) 13 11 8 Memi.nl. Ii g, (Aldridge) 4 8 Water L I), br. in (Lymtn) ,.,,8 D 4 Little wonder, b (Frame) 10 4 18 Tim) M., blk, g lOrsy) 814 11 Forrektina, Ii 111, 1 Power) 0 7 7 lliotiluell, blk. . (Ferguson) 1110 S oueen L'l ldk. ni. illatch) , 14 810 1 ilarj WlUes. b 111. iPllmaal 1813 I Aklomb, b, (Howe) 7 dr. j Tlme-3il7M.3ilTM. 2:17. j 2-20 class, truttlng; pur $400: ' Wllkm Maid, Ii. m., by Young Wllke (Krueet) 13 7 11 I'lia lli'llc, rli, in. Illnitjerly) 8 1 1 8 B Karnnek blk g (Tubb-i 3 7 3 3 8 Hole Lynn, ch, 111 iFeiguion) 8 5 8 6 1 i Hilly U. gr. g iiirewstcr) .... 4 3 3 4 4 1 liarel, blk. lu illlrci) ... 0 8 4 7 4 1 Helen M.. b. in .Hlackmin) ...54580 I Ool Mpy, b ilticy) . . 7 Aim. fj Time 2 iili, 2 21K, 3'33W. 3:21 W, 3:24. K r Free for ill clan, iiacln: pur $M)0. !3 Colerldr, b , by f! F. Cly iCuiter) ..111 Tour W'llcoi, oil. E (WUroil ...33 If Dullmoul, nr (Aldrldge) BOB U Time 2 1.1, 2il4H. 3iU. F nunnlntf,nneiulleandreprt;purllBO. fi Cake Walk, b. m (Fleming) 8 11 ll Fansllgbt, ch. . iDarls) 1 8 I CaKhler. b.g (MeDennott) 3 8 ra Bell Boy, b. B. (Dunham) 5 3 tf U Tiddy, ch. (Uiban) t At6 i TU-l;4JLll471tllw!, ff