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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1898.
iyOMEN STARS AT GOLF. MflM or r r. a o. a. cham 0 rioymni' at abdblkt. Mh. n.tfi 0,, w,n '" 0o,d MtAM '" ,he Preliminary Bound with Record i" r, she Will Mt MlM KII To-Pay-"lir, crcmil on th. Plctnr.squ. I.lnka. 1 surer IPSa. could bo Imaclnod thaneths lawn ix-ar the first too on the Ardslay JSerastefuBT, w,,h ,h,, c,tl,-,k8 elnbhouB. the background, at tho start of tha third ual women' fflf ohamplonahlp. Tho tre " , nrot'ctcil from tho puahlnt and erowdlns Vth spectators by ropes, forming an Inner are In Which tho official of the V. B. O. A., isurenro Curtla. B. Hate Kerr and Hansom H. nnmaa WlEBfd ". In the ".allory" re hundreds from .be resldenoes that over !"k the Hudson nearby and many more who LTl lwrnT0i1 from the city by train. The 1 ttrll K array of vehicles that unloaded their run -n at ,nc clubhouse door Included ?. type from four-ln-hand drags to pony JJSom "d tll horaolosa carriage with thick rm-uniiiti.-tired wheels that conveyed imrll Barber Rn'' hl ,lunlly- The day was eharnilng. the "'8" wlnd- 'nBt baffled some of thedrivsv only tempering; the heat of the mid day aim for the onlookers. There were players from manYCiuba w the list, and some had trav sled 1 WO miles to compete. The'folflng was all one grand triumph for mt !;,. lieatrlx Hoyt. She made tho low t score in tho medal-play round. 92. two over , which was 4 better than any record ever mid over the links by a woman. 8he played u poollr as the proverbial cucumber, and. while ehe did not got quite the distance trough tho fair green. In some Instances, that he usually does. Miss Hoyt did not miss a f (Ingle shot throughout the round. There tr few amateurs who do not make at least cut foozle or badly topped shot in M ghtecn-hole round, but Hiss Hoyt wm absolutely machine-like in execution. ghe had a skilful caddy in W. H. Sands, the amateur, who has received many opportunities to study hir game at the Country Club of Weatchcsrcr, and, compared with tha raw ad vice! vouchsafed by some of the caddie boys to their patrons, his tips were worth fully a stroke i hole. No rlayer over followed Instructions more implicitly, for whenever Bands would Birkoutthe line to be followed Hiss Hoyt would obov him with the most porfeot ac curacy. She buried her own individuality com pletely. nd tho two made a splendid tenm. Next to Miss Hoyt, the best scores were re turned by Mies Burt, a very graceful player, at 100; Mies Boardman, who beat Miss Hoyt in the driving contest at Manchester last year, mil Mis- Keyes, both at 102. In the contingent who tailed to qualify were Hiss Helen Shelton. )Ii A. De Witt Cochrano. Hiss Elsie Cossatt, VI lls Lillian Brooks and Miss McLane, all of ftim wlom lin'i been regarded an certain to be ill snu'iiglhc vli-t't. '"J lie girl Ik heartbroken at sfM hrriallure," fcatd a unit run of one ol those wbo M we" disappointed, and the verdict might have been applied to them all. But there Jim were uo outbreaks of tears or moans. Like fillff Patience on the monument, they smiled t'jI It grief and proved themselves good losers. vw $li- MeLune. Miss Howo, Miss Farrish aud llis ..-i.iiiuie failed to qualify by only one Before the start of the first pair. Mrs. Gor-hiinind-Juiaa Eidlitz, at r:15 o'clock. Presi dent t urtls. in accordance with the suggestion ot'lBE BUN on Moudity, aunounced thattlie number to qualify wouid be sixteen instead of Igbt. a change that met with general approval. 'liken as a class, the play was tar ahead of any thing yet men in a woman's competition in this country, and. while the general average was better. Ulsa Hoyt was also bettor in a pro portionate ratio, a fact which illustrated again ili:.i. so far as our home-bred golfers are con cerned, ehe is not only in a class by herself, but also superior in tho quality of her game to any olourineu. There is nothing of the " brick umicr" nbnut her game. The full eighteen- . ole course wan played over, but at the Chasm ui'l Miver holes the tees were moved forward. , Tins mode the distances in this order: Oat. 2eG 226 2PO 122 875 SOO 216 870 8172,419 I 8U ,215 24.6 140 237 236 U.'.i, U76 350 475 2.US7 : Total, yardi 5.1H j Inlhe individual plays the scores that stood : oat prominently at certain holes make an in- j terealliig allowing. Mrs. Keech mn.ic the 122- , rardihasui hole in 2. the only stunner In that figure of the day. Mrs. Slaniee. MibS Shearson Md Miss Willis made it in ,'i. Miss Eldlitzgot the third hole, ltm yards, in 3. the record that Janice Y. turns made in the intercollegiate cbuiiipioiibliip last spring. The l'ond hole. 140 yunls. with a water carry of about 111) yards, whs niuilu In 3 by Mies Katherlne Cassatt, Mi"s Curtis, Miss Howe. Mrs. Keech. Mrs. Asbmore ami Miss Hoyt. all of whom very properly uoed an iron from the tee. M;-, li.) i also negotiated the fourteenth hole in A. The distance is s.u yards unit the drive all up hill, bhe nearly reached the green fruui the tee, then getting within fifteen leet of the hole with tho mitslile and running down the put with the utmost coolness and precision. Miss H. H. Maulo also made a 3 here. Equully good golf was the making of the long hole In 5 by Hiss Orlscom and Miss 1'arrish. Miss Wet pore hud a 3 for the llrst hole. The wind was hall a gale and rtead ahead, and under the cir cumstances it was u guud hole in 6. Ml"" Iluyt was paired with Mrs. A. De Witt Coehrui.e. who hail the professional. Willie ; lueker. as euililie uud adviser. When the two t Kartell, just before 11 o'clock, the "gallery." 1 W with one accord, set out to follow them over the three-milo-and-a-hulf links, earing noth ing lor hollows ur hills. It was probably the most distinguished nsseni binge that has Watched a uolf match in this country, although hardly as strong in numbers as on the last day , of the amateur championship nt Morristown. In the company, in which the vivid red of golf log coats added life and contrast to the latest autumnal creations of milliners and modistes, were : Mr. and Mrs. C Oliver Inelin, Mi.. Anna Sands, Jin v. H -,aii.l, Miss Jnett Hot, UirbertC. Lndi, iieoru- U. Maim, Fred MeCormaek, Mlas Brule hip, T. hli.i) Aliileraon. H .11. Duval, W. E. Hodguian, Mm. strong, Hmli K. Tulor. Mr. and Mrs. wphl l.ow, U. E. (IrlMcom. 1. I. Blslr. Charlea Urniimgii. i.i, in. (.iiiestjir. Mr.. A. H. Buirrs, Mrs. Jonii K. liana. Mrn il C. amove. Mr. and Mm. Wl t ( obb, Mrs. Herbert Pell. Mrn. W. A. Uartlett. J. J. liupatrn k. K. C. W.llis, Jlr. ami Mrs. A. J. I'aaaatt, J. MiltTii Jailer. Col. and Mrs. Kugene (irllllu, Lani. Auodbiiry Kane, Le Droiit I.. Barber, Mra. Jo in jk.i, Atl,r- Mr- He,,,,,,!,! Ar Koveu. Mni. U. t.UiKtllWil I.i, lor, B.-lnnrer hcnleffellu, P. A. ritz IJ'nrk. Jr., fii. C. i WortUlugton, J. F. Curtis. !?."'"" bull Mr". CI, merit i: Oriacom. Cy ruHeid Judson, V. J. Winston, aud F. W. Jackson. Ul course, nil tluit is latest ingolflngeostunies were displayed by the euiitestunts. although oiie critic was unkind enough to hint that the aeores in niosi eases were In the invorse ratio S.?e"nS of tlie gowns. The better play !;""'.'" Iiiig inen. were purtial to easy and 'JTO SiiKfw"n,l Hun'iouts, on the principle that VA 5, ',"".' " B1'" always detracts from a score. "if .... "l'l'n"ie "ore a white olqutf skirt and a garnet .IL w.,,sti nnJ Mi;,8 joyt a dark Drown saior-niude cloth skirt and n Pink silk waist. .,,.." '"".wore, to be further cxaot. whlto Payau and low cut tan shoes. Mrs. Coehrano Md on a soft brown golfing hat, but Miss Hoyt puvjed without any lieudeovering at all save .i n Vlrlai1' ,jla"k tresses. Both mado a few r.li nmary "Wings before driving oil. Inr " ..i , . "JoiV round swing, like J. H. Tay S..f ! .!'"" Foriiiau. the Ardsley profos-oir??,'.Jtv,tl"s.iu"0,urc- "The distance and Man. i MT? 1Iu',. ',ui 'a due to the consum ,ll!"1' through on herstrokes." a i ha Hereon Id not explain her golfing style of th h"'r.'uhl.y- Khe made a long drive, one t ,,9.' "' ,"" d"'- and walked uhcad with lan, ? coolnesb to look at the green before Em. k . ?"conl. a cleek shot. A neat wrist with.. J,'tch ,".'1'1" "'e green, and. lieing dead Hurt ,1;l'rou,''l' but. she ran down In 5 Miss eiV''i'd a dner from the second tee und on ih? Vl? r1'"--") nicely, but there was a pull whl ! . !" ,""1 " landed In long grass, from rauVhle . got ll out 'a od style with a n7n M?a "8I" thu c',lb aaln. she was 2 ,i nureen in 3. taking tho conventional lrn?mtheW,1tf,ar,,1.,tha bunker In good style ' theirJi iri1 '".' Mw9 Sort getting just short 1 i h he, tu "H a ,ul1 ln ahot iud woll on i runn i,a ikanl'- Sl'e lost a 'chance by over- toore in ,alip,roa,'l Put and it cost ber 2 made , ,J?5k" the hole in 0. Now Miss Hoyt with tlu5,r"l'urat and wall judgod tee shot A a-reon til lni lmn' carrying to the 122-yard WS fnttheri "?" sborton the put and Uie hole Vl ieglate es. 5Ton! of t,lft by In the intercol- ' ''"2 the ,S1,:l0,,.nlD .ot '" longer drives rate iVj, " "', ""-'ban MlssHoyt or Mrs. Cooh- tmnd l,rit ''' FhB 'ormer followed with a iH ol tlNi""7 ' V Bn1 dropped within ten tole r, V. , l'"1"w'"' tlie mashie, making the lollowniV,?!";;'1 """.although she Tiad a A alight Si" d Mrs- Cochrane holed In (1. 'fooitC ' fl ""'nurrci Miss Hoyt's long drive ' urnl ., '!i'""' ,1,e u" 'a'llng in tho rough B.iiagr7ii,T.iti,Be,l A llne f!y with tho ' lie Alt i,;,',"1'"1 "'' out n the fair green. !e"iu ir I, ,rli 'rT loomed up before the nerve "M "hot, i" '." ,hat guar.llthls green, but Miss r carry ti ? Ml ""," "oiling spirit, and trlod ball let' ,','!" "i" with "he brasacy. The !"'. in. .'"' "ke "L rrow 'rom lh "eioiid in., ii r a graceful curvo, landed l'rry an, ,, "' nj' ,rul,t olT "o groen. not vs,JJ w,a" '""' '90 yards. The lie raoe. g.-ii,,f i""1 a"1 ""." had to pitch to the , with, t, . ',V 'T""."- I'erfect jilay followed "'of h,.iv "? When Miss HVt. from the t'u""n.- I ,V."'e"' '"'vwlachaiiee for 3. In "Hag ii , u'hl'u ''" Mrs. CK-hrane's ball rN V,r .h1 ' '"l'. a reaull that was not ex l lilting m,;'1,'!10 would have been broken M asrU,,or, BCOre1 Mra. Cooh- I Iloyrte'" "'J! elhtJh hole. 4 to6. ' " Dau "ood drive and Uaaaoy. tha play being uphill, and her Iron ahot dropped the bail j ot over the road, on gnm nd under re palr. from which ehe lifted without a penalty. Bhe then mado the green, pitching ovor the hill cleverly, and bad the hole in 2 more, or 0 In all. They got the full force of the wind against them on the ninth tee, hut this did not KeepHiaa Hoyt from getting In a long drivoand a very effeotlve cleek shot, after whleh she waa well on the green with tha mashle. Bhe rimmed the eup for a 4. taking 6 for the hole. Thla made her score 40 for the outward journey, a stroke over an average of o. The road that marks a good drive was car ried by Miss Hoyt from the tenth tee. The hole Is a blind one, and. by a beautiful brassnv shot, she carried tho hill and nearly reached the green. A "wee pitch." a ahot that the cham pion la infallible In, made the green and two puts aottled the story for a G. The play was with the wind from the high eleventh tee, the gowns of the two flapnlng like flags In the furious wind. Miss Hoyt drove well, onrry and 5 all bringing her within a mashle ahot of the 45-yard green. She was short, however, on the pitch, and, on the next attempt went to the far edgo of the green, getting a tJ by two more shots. Facing the water hazard. Miss Hoyt dropped her Iron drive on tho groen and holed out In 3, par golf. The thirteenth hole, another Alpine climb, brought out some pretty golf by the champion. The drive waa rather short, but it landed in a safe place nnd afforded a splendid ehnneo for a braaasy play, but Miss Hovt did not get a very long ball. This trru the only ehanoe of the sort she loat during tho match. Another brnssey was needed now. which gained the vicinity of the green In a basin-shaped hollow, on which Miss Hoyt landed by a sweet wrist shot within ten feet of theoup. Hor put for a A just missed. the wind annoying her. and tho hole cost a 0. A great player at golf Is one who can mnko up quickly for any mistakes, and on the four teenth holo Miss Hoyt proved her right to be in this category. She nearly made the 23f ynrd green on the up-hill drive and played a mashle on the second. There wae some rough ground beforo tho green. ' You must pitch high. Beatrix: don't try to run up!" ordered Rands. Miss Hoyt followed his advice, get ting within fifteen feot of the hole. Tho put ran down, the bail going so slowly as It neared the hole that every one thought It would stop. Both Hisa Hoyt and Bands. In the way Rollers have, cluckod at It like a horseman to Is trotter on tho speedway. It waa an excit ing moment, but the ball lin.l just life enough to reach the hole, Into which it toppled like a squirrel darting into a hollow limb. Hiss Hoyt carried the old road and nearly went into thoravlne on her drive from the fifteenth tee. The ravine and the hill guarding tho green were cleared on the next, a hrassey play, and a short approach made the green cleverly, tho first put just missing for a 4, and the next running in safely. Mra. Cochrano also made this hole in o. A slice and a strong eide wind brought trouble to Miss Hoyt on her drive for the sixteenth hole, the ball lodging under a willow tree In rough Brass, costing her a stroke to play out. The e was bad. and she had to use acleek. making only a fair shot. Her next attempt with the brassey was also on the short side. Now, with four snots playod. the hole looked llko a Water but Mlsa Hoyt made a great recovery. " Will you pitch It up?" cried Bands, who had gone on to the green. " whatever you think best." was the answer from the champion. "Try for It," called back her caddie and men tor. ' It la just a half-arm shot." Playing as directed. Miss Hoyt swung tho mashie and landed the ball within eight feet of the hole, running down on the put in 6. On the seventeenth hole, 350 yards. Miss Hoyt nearly made the green in 2 and got within eight feet of the hole on the third. The fourth rimmed the cup and she waa aafe In 6. a very well-played hole. Mra. Cochrane had the better score for the home hole, a 6 to Miss Hoyt's 7. This blot on her card waa due sim ply to poor luck. A beautiful drive was unduly punished by the ball getting into a enppy lie. and. Instead of a brassey. Miss Hoyt was forced to try the driving iron, and, after a good shot, there came still another poor lie. compelling the use of the iron again. A pitch with the mashle made the green, but a desperate at tempt for a 5 over ranthe oup. and it took two more to get in. Following the plarera to this hole the "gal lery" walked in a solid lino against the rope, and extended clear across the tree-lined ave nue which ends at the green, a brilliant spectacle that few will forget. Nor will the hearty applause at Miss Hoyt's win be soon forgotten. Tho last nine holes were made in 411. the exact total of the outward holes. The scores follow : TBI HURT BIITBKK. Miaa Beatrix Hoyt. Bhinnecock mils Out 6 6 fl 4 D U 4 9 6 4 In 6 8 8 8 6 8 5 748 M Mlas Edith B. Burt. Philadelphia Country Out 8 E 8 4 8 8 6 8 6-RO In 7 8 4 8 4 6 6 8 750100 Mias Madeline Boardman, Eaaex County Club, Man chester Out 7 8 4 4 8 6 8 8 8 62 In 8 5 4 6 4 8 8 8 8 60 10X Mial Grace B. Xsyes, Concord (Mass.) Golf Club Out 5 6 4 8 8 4 7 861 In 8 7 4 4 4 7 6 7 7 6J-10S Miaa Carol Eidbn. Ard.ley Club Out a 8 4 8 7 6 8 764 In 8 5 8 6 4 7 8 6 840108 Mrs. Wm. Shippen, Morris County O. C Out 5 4 6 4 7 6 5 8 751 In 6 4 5 6 4 8 6 7 8-61108 Mlaa Maude K. Wetmore, Newport Country Club Out 3 6 4 4 7 6 6 8 B 41 In 6 6 4 6 6 8 7 8 765104 lire. J. E. Ureiuer, Baltimore Country Club Out 6 6 6 5 8 7 6 8 766 In 6 6 4 7 6 6 8 6 650108 Mlas Roth Underhlll, Queens County Golf Club Oat 4 5 6 8 8 B 4 8 651 In 6 7 6 7 4 7 8 8 766106 Mias Alice Strong. Beabright Oolf Club Out 8 6 7 4 8 6 6 7 560 In 6 7 4 6 5 9 6 8 767107 Miaa Frances I Ortscom, Merlon Cricket Clnb Out 6 6 7 8 7 7 6 7 858 In 6 6 5 8 4 8 6 6 664107 Mrs. Elward A. Hanlce, PlUsdeld (Mass.) O. C Out 6 4 8 8 7 6 8 666 In 7 6 6 6 4 5 8 7 762-107 Miaa Marion Shearson, Chicago O. C Out 8 6 10 8 6 6 6 7 664 In 7 6 6 6 4 7 6 7 768107 Mrs. W. Fellowea Morgan, Baltuarol O. C Out 8 6 7 4 6 7 6 7 764 In 6 6 6 6 4 7 7 6 854108 Mlsa K. E. Caaaatt. Philadelphia Cricket Club Out 8 7 6 4 6 5 7 7 561 In 8 6 8 8 7 8 7 6 10 68 108 Miaa Harriet 6. Curtis, Essex County Club, Man cb eater Out 6 8 6 6 7 7 8 6 7 8 In 8 7 8 6 4 8 6 6 781108 UNQUALIFIED DIVISION. Mrs. B. Asbmore, Baltuarol Golf Club Out 6 5 6 5 7 7 6 7 886 In 6 7 8 6 6 8 6 7 664110 Miaa Helen Parriab. Ardsley Club Out 7 6 5 4 8 6 6 7 762 In 6 6 4 8 6 8 7 6 668110 Miaa B. C. Howe, Flttaburg O. C Out 6 6 7 4 5 6 6 7 661 In 7 7 8 8 6 8 8 8 7 CB 110 Miaa F. E. Mclane, Baltimore C. C Out 6 6 6 6 8 6 4 8 664 In 6 6 4 6 6 7 6 8 B 66 110 Mlsa Ethel Wiokbam. Bhlunecock Hills Out 6 6 5 4 7 B 6 V B 60 In 7 6 4 5 4 7 7 6 762112 Mlaa FJale Caaaatt, Philadelphia Cricket Club Out 6 4 6 B 7 7 8 8 866 In. 8 7 4 8 0 8 lo 6 668112 Mra. W. M. Gorhara, Philadelphia Cricket Club Out 6 11) 6 8 8 8 6 4 758 In 6 4 6 8 4 7 7 7 8-64112 Mlaa Lucy H. Herron, Cincinnati O. C Out 5 7 7 411 6 6 U 861 In 7 6 8 6 4 7 7 7 762118 Mrs. A. De Witt Cochrane. Ardsley Club Out 6 7 6 6 8 6 6 768 In 7 6 8 8 4 8 7 6 666118 Miaa C. a. Willis, Morris County Oolf Club Out 6 6 5 8 8 7 8 7 664 In 6 4 8 810 7 6 6 8 6B 118 Mrs. M. M. Van Buren, Ardsley Club Out 8 5 6 6 8 7 5 8 767 In 7 5 4 6 810 6 8 668116 Miss A. I.. Day, Morris County 0. C Out 6 6 8 4 7 4 7 658 In 7 7 6 6 5 8 8 7 862116 Miss L. D. Maxwell, Queans County O. C Out 6 6 8 4 6 It 6 B 668 In 6 4 4 7 6 8 7 7 1058-116 Mrs. F. B. Keecb. Ardsley Out 8 7 8 2 8 7 6 8 768 In 7 6 8 6 6 8 8 8 7-68 117 Miaa Elinor A. Anderson, Scranton C. C Out 6 6 8 4 8 8 6 7 766 In 8 7 6 6 6 7 8 7 ft 61 117 Mies M. de L Marian, St. Paul (Minn.) Town and Country Club Out 6 6 6 412 6 8 7 667 In 7 7 7 7 6 8 6 681118 Miaa Agnes Helen Davis, Ocean County Hunt and Country Club Out 6 8 7 6 7 8 6 8 6 6B In 8 6 4 8 4 8 8 8 7 6 118 Mlas Sophia Starr. Huntingdon Valley 0. C Out 6 6 8 4 7 8 7 7 867 In B 6 4 6 612 8 7-62-118 Mra J. T. Welles, Knglewnud Golf Club Out 6 6 7 6 H 7 610 661 In 6 6 6 7 4 B B 6 7 68-llB Mrs. T, Kuflern Taller, Tuxedo Out 6 6 6 6 7 7 6 8 8 6B In 6 7 6 8 4 7 7 B 880119 Mrs. F. E. Zerrahn, Brooklins (Mass.) Country 7 8 7 7 10 8 6 7 668 In 7 6 6 6 6 B 7 8 667120 Miss Bald. St. Andrew's Golf Club Out 6 6 6 4 6 6 614 861 In 7 6 8 6 4 B 4 7 M-6B 120 Mra. Caleb F. Fox. Philadelphia Cricket Club- Out 6 8 6 4 7 7 610 668 In 9 8 6 6 6 7 7 6 7-82-180 Mlaa Jeannette Klitrtdgo, Ardal. y Club Out 7 7 7 4 7 7 6 8 760 In 8 6 4 6 8 8 9 8 8-80120 Mlas LUMan Brooks. Ardsley Club Out 6 6 7 4 7 6 6 9 10-60 In 7 6 4 7 6 8 8 7 961-121 Mlsa Helen Hhelton. Morris County Oolf Club Out 7 B 8 4 7 6 7 7-84 In 8 0 6 6 4 7 6 8 767121 Miss H. H. Msnle, Philadelphia Cricket Club Out 6 6 7 4 7 lO A 81068 In 8 7 6 7 8 6 8 7 769112 Mrs. i. Curtis Fattsraon. Huntingdon Valley 0. C Out 6 6 B 6 8 T 7 7 780 lu. 8 8 8 6 6 8 7 7 8-68-128 Mum Grata Oheunoey. Oykai Meadow Out 6 6 8 6 718 6 7 8-82 1st. .... V 1 1 HI ut Mrs. W. I.. XMrMge. Ardsley Clnb Out. 9 7 4 7 7 8 6-80 In 7 6 6 8 7 7 7 8 8-88 1M Hrs. 0. B. Farnnm. Philadelphia Cricket Club Out 6888667 10 841 In 10 7 4 6 ell 6 7 8 65 187 Mrs. B. Lewis. Philadelphia Cricket Club Out 7 8 7 4 818 7 7 788 In 6 7 6 6 4 7 7 9 8-80 19 Mlsa M. C. Maule, Philadelphia Cricket Club Out 6 6 B 4 8 8 6 8 B61 In 8 7 7 8 4 8 B 8 B 68 180 Mrs. N. M. Garland. Marine aud Field Clnb Oat 6 814 4 8 7 710 B-71 In 7 7 7 8 4 8 8 7 8 SB 180 Mrs. J. C. Tappln. Wsstbrook Out 6 7 8 7 810 611 7-6B In 8 6 4 6 6 8 8 8 8-61180 Mlsa Aline B. Taylor, Philadelphia Crlckst Club Out 6 10 7 8 8 8 610 764 In 7 7 7 7 6 8 0 B10-8B 188 Mlsa G. L. Maxwell, Queens County O. C Ont 9 712 4 7 B 5 1111-75 ! 0 6 6 8 6 8 810 868148 Hiss M. Uurphey, Albany O. C Out 8 10 8 6 8 6 8 11277 In 181010 7 6111010 7 88 ISO WUhdrew-Mrs. H. C. Chatfleld-Tarlor. Mlas C Mock, Mra. J. J. Aator. Miaa Ann Archhold, Mrs. J. J. Vatahle, Mrs. John T. Terry, Jr., and Miss Helen Barney. The draw for to-day Is as follows: Mlsa Curtis and Mrs. Moryan, Mlsa Eldlltiand Mlaa Bhearaon, Mlaa Keyes and Mlaa Hoyt, Mlaa Burt and Mrs. Manlee, Mies Boardman aud Mlaa underbill, Mia. Bhippen and Mlsa Griacom, Mlaa K. K. Caaaatt and Mrs. Gralner, Mlaa Strong and Mlsa Wetmore. There will also be long driving, approaching and putting competitions in tho afternoon. Cobhwall-oh-Hodbon, Oct 11. There were fourteen players In the fifth regular medal con test on the New York Military Academy links yesterday afternoon. Only four carde were hnndod in. as follows: uVnif. Van. Ntt. B.C.Jones 88 6 88 C.8. Havens 96 10 86 F. H. Ring 118 16 102 E. B. Field. 18 18 105 The course, though not long, is adlfllcult one. requiring accurate play. Jones'e 88 Is within two of the course record, made by K. Bryant in Hay last- COHBKTT AM BHABKKX BlBlf. They Agree to Fight at the I.rnox A. C. on Nov. 3 for a 'JO.OOO Pone. About one hour and a half was consumed in arranging a match last night between Jim Corbett and Tom Sharkey. The battle will take plaoo at the Lonox A. 0. on Nov. 22, and the puree offered is $20,000. The meeting waa held In a room at Consldine'a, Fortieth etreet and Sixth avenue. Tom O'Rourke. 8harkey, Corbett. George Consldlne. and Joe Haclaa. representing the Lenox Club, were at the meeting. A numberof other sport ing colobrltios wero on hand. also. Sharkey and Corbett sat at one table facing each other. Although Coneidlne was supposed to do all the talking for the ex-ohamplon. Corbett kept his eagle eye open, and picked out several flaws in the articles. Before the talk started Consldlne ehowed a despatch which Corbett had received earlier In the day from his brother, Harry, at San Fran cisco: National Clnb will give 830,000 fog yon and Sharkey. "Now," observed Corbett, "before we do anything we must have It understood that some of the other clubs be permitted to bid for tills fight. We oan't afford to play any favor ites, you know." " There are no other clubs that will bid for this match," said O'Kourke. "except the Lenox A. C. and a few clubs in 'Frisco. You told me yesterday that you preferred the Lenox be cause you did not like to travel, and you also said you would give to the Lonox people the preference." , , . "How about the Greater Now York A. C. ?" Consldlne asked. "We wouldn't fight there. returned O'Rourke, "because the club has not mado ood Sharkey's purse in his fight with Gus tuhlin. and I understand, too. that Jack Daly did not get all that was coming to him last night when he beat Zlegler." Then turning to Mnoins. 0 Rourke added: " How much will the Lexox Club offer f " Maclas said $20,000, and then Corbett re joined : " 1 also got word to-day from the Olym Slc Club of San FranolBCO offering $18,500. lavbe they'll give more. W'ho knows ?" O'Rourke suggested that he did not think the clnb would. Then there was a pause and Corbett remarked abruptly : " The Lenox Club is good enough for me. and I'll sign to light there. I'm sure now that not one of the 'Frisco institutions will go higher, for they have to all depend on the gate to pay the men. and the most money taken in in the history of fighting In California was $23. 000. Let's look over the articles '" Then Considine produced a set which had been drawn up by him during the afternoon. Every clause was read over aloud nnd it seemed to be olear sailing until the one stipulating how they were to light was reached. These articles, which were eventu ally signed, states that each man shall be al lowed to strike with ono arm free, that there shall be no wrestling, and that either man must stop back after a clinch. Both O'Rourke and Bharkoy kicked against this, and the latter was vehement in his ob- t'octlona. He thought that this favored Cor lett. and especially mentioned the fact that the ex-champion fought Fitzsimmons that way. He could not see why Corbett should argue the point at this stage. "Because." said Corbett. "I don't want any fouling. I want it to he a square, stand-up manly fight, and I don't want it to end In a fizzle. You know you are a strong fellow, and may accidentally throw me through tho ropes ana put me out of the business." This sally provoked a smile and Sharkey yielded. "But I want it to be clearly under stood that we can hit as soon as we are at arm's length." said Sharkey. Corbett consented, and then tho papers were signed. The selection of a suitable referee next came up. Both O'Rourke und Corbett wrote on a piece of paper the names of several men whom they would like to have act. There was no se lection, however, and the matter was deferred until 2 o'clock this afternoon. John L. Sulli van was mentioned as a possible official. The clause which states that either man fail ing to comply with section 3 is to forfeit his deposit and the money Is to lie divided between the "contestant and tho club." This is very vague and may be the means of stopping tho fight if the men get to roughing it. Consldlne told the reporter of The Run that this will bo correctod to-day. The articles are as follows : Theae articles of agreement, entored Into this 1 1 th day of October, 18BS, by and between James J. Cor belt of Ban Francisco and Thomas Sharkey of Dun dalk, Ireland. Witnessed that the said Corbett and Bbarkey hereby agree to engage in a boxing match of twenty rounds, to take place under the conditions act forth, aa follows: First That each man shall poet a forfeit of 82,500 In the hands of John Kelly of New fork to Insure good faith and the fulfilment of aald conditions, the clnb to do ltkewiee. Second That the match shall be contested under the auspice of the Lenox A. C. of New York, offer ing 820. ooo (purse) for hucIi contest. Third That the bout shall be lull under the Marquis of Qneenaborry rule, elc.pt thore shall lie no hlttlnic in the breakaway. Neither man shall strike wiib ona arm free. No wreatllng shall be al lowed, and each man mnat step back after each clinch. Either man failing to comply with these articles hie forfeit to bo divided between tha con tcHtant and the club. Fourth That tho referee ahall be . Fifth That tha winner of the parse shall take 76 per cent, and the loaer shall take 26 per cent, of the puree. Hlitb That the said iiiatih shall take place on tha 22d day of November. 1808. Seventh That the gloves shall not weigh leaa than Ave ounces, and each man shall be allowed to have his gloves made to fit his hands, and tha gloves must be submitted to the other man for examination be fore the bout. Elgdith That each man ahall be allowed to wear bandages on the bands, but the bandages intiat he of soft material. The purse to be deposited with stake holders one week before the contest. Niuth Thatjlf either Corbett or Bbarkey should fail to fulfil or comply with any of the agreements set forth above that should b fulfilled or complied with before the date of the match, the holder of the forfeit money is hereby authorised to turn over the forfeits to the principal fulfilling and complying with the conditions. And if either falls to comply with the conditions that should be compiled with while the SUBSTITUTION the FRAUD of the day. See you get Carter's, Ask for Carter's, Insist and demand CARTER'S Little Liver Pills. The only perfect Liver PilL Take no other. Even if Solicited to do so. Beware of imitations of Same Color Wrapper RED. r ItTaTviif 8 I ft j Iff 'l The world will extend you a friendly hand if you are well dressed. The clothes we make have character and style. Our suits to order at $20, made from Vicuna Thibets for coat and Test, with English striped trouser ings, or overooat of Covert Cloth, Kersey or Melton, silk lined, are exceptional value. . Your protection is a year's guar, antee or money back. Samples mailed free. ARNHEIM, Broadway & 9th Street. WE HAVE NO OTHER STORE bout Is In progress, the referee is bereby authorized to disqualify said principal and render his decision in favor of the principal complying with the condi tions. It is also agreed that if neither man la out at the end of twenty rounds the referee muat render a deciaion on points. Osos.ir F. CosarpiNT. for James J. Corbett. Tom O'RotTBSK. for Tom Bbarkey. tot Maoias, for Lenox A. C. Sal of Tonng Thoroughbreds nt Morris Park. A. big consignment of yearlings from the Oakwood and MoGrathiann studs, and also from the breeding farm of Mrs. 1). McClolland and others, was sold In tho sale ring at Morris Park yesterday. A large crowd was present, and the bidding was spirited throughout. J. 1). Hniitli gave the top price, $1. POO. for a racy looking colt by llermudn Laura Htono. The best prices were : PBOPBRTT HAT.ET BltOTBEBS. Chestnut oclkj by Onondaga Roseola; T. . V. Hayes 8700 PBOPEBTT HILTON TOUNO. Chestnut colt by imp. Meddler imp. Spring W. H. Landemann 8800 Bay colt by lap. Meddler imp. Fatlma; Syd ney Paget 800 Total for four head 81,785 Average per head 448 PBOVEBTY 0 OAKWOOD STUD. Chestnut colt by Bramble Bed Dress; H. B. Leigh 8400 Bay colt by Fonao Bevedc: J. A. Joynor 480 Chestnut colt by Fonao Falerna: J. E. Mad den 1,600 Chestnut colt by Fonao Lssblai W. B. Ltnde- mann 860 Cheatnut colt by Fonao Becess; Oconto H. Brown 280 Brown filly by Fonao Warkmate; R. Tucker.. 400 Brown filly by Fonao Lillian Beatrice; J. E. Madden 628 Brown filly by Fonao Minnie Williams; B. Tucker 400 Total for nino head 84,876 Average per head 618 FBOPBRTY OF afOBATniANA 8TDD. Bay colt by Macduff lima B.; J. Wimmar..... 8700 Total for three head 8880 Average per head 288 PBOPEBTT or afB8. B. M'CLELLAND. Bay colt by Bermuda Mattie Kenney; J. W. Cutt. 8800 Bay colt by Bermuda Learfe: J. E. Madden... 860 Bay colt by Bermuda Queen Isabella, Turney Brothers 260 Bay colt by Bermuda Bettte 0.; Turney Brothers 826 Bay colt by imp. Candlemas Mlaa Banaom; S. C. Hlldreth 1,000 Bay colt by Bermuda Laura Stone; J. I). Smith 1,800 Total for seven head 84,075 Averageper head 682 Lawn Tennis Borne good tennis was seen yesterday on the Adel phi Field in Brooklyn, where the annual fall tourna ment of the academy is in progress. Summaries; First Round B. Maaon defeated F. Firth. 8-0. 82; Firth defoatod Balatead, 88, 76; Cromble defeated Halatead, 80, 84; R. Maaon defeated Cromble. o O. 46, 62; Firth defeated Cromble, 64. 62; Eddey defeated Cromble, 64, 46, 61; B. Maaon defeated Eddey, 60, 62; B. Mason de feated A. Wing. 61, 4 6. 62; Bplnney defeated A. Wing, 86, 62, 62; R. Maaon defeated Spin ney. 60, 62; Lutkins defeated Wooater, 80, 76; & Salter defeated Tracey, 82, 26, 84. Fool. Much Interest la centred in the amatamr pool tournament which Is to be decided to-night st the Klondyke pool and billiard parlors, 118 and 115 Boulevard. The affair is under the auspices of the Young Bannock Social Club. Champion Alfredo ds Oro has consented to act as referee. The first game will be between Billy Scott and OeorKo Bwanton. Seventy-live points will constitute a gaaae. Real Batata Private Sales. Lowenfeld & Pragor have sold to A. Solomon and another No. 00 Columbia street, 25x100. with old buildings. They have purchased from Eugene Hoffman tto. 7 Prince street. 20.0z 90.10. with old building; also from the estate of F. Klumpf No. 87 Wlllett street. 20x100. and from the estate of P. Wagner No. 85 Willett street. 20x100, with old building. Jacob I). Butler sold to a builder tho Lorll lard Hpeucer mansion, on tho northeast corner of Sixteenth street and Fifth avenue. 49x 141.10. Mr. Butier bought the property last month, and It is said that he has sold It at a large advance over the purchase price. Tho selling price was about S3O0.0O0. S. (t. Bayno has sola to O. W. Arthur and others seven lots on the north side of 108th street. 100 feet east of Bivorside Drive, for $105,000. Private dwellings aro to be erected on the plots. Schtneldler A Bachrach have sold to I. Green stein the six-story tenement. 25.0x100, No. 114 Ohrystie stroot. Terms private. John Acker has sold two 35-foot front apart ment houses on the north sldo of 114th street, between St. Nicholas and Lenox avenues. Baal Estate Anotton Sales. At the New York Boal Estate Salesroom yes terday Philip A. Smyth sold, by order of the executors of the ltinluton estate, three lots, each 25x00, on the east side of Rogers place, 175 feet north of Westchester avenue, to T. (i. Patton&Co.. for $730 each ; and tho plot 25x 131.2x25x105. on the north side of Westches ter avenue, running through to Intervale ave nue, to Mrs. C Bloome. for $1,000. Peter F. Moyer A Co. sold, in foreclosure, tho one-story frame stable, on lot 10x01.8xl0.10x 07.4. No. 22 Christopher street, to tha plaintiff, for $5,800; also In foreclosure tho three-story brick Btore. on lot 20x00x Irregular x 50, No. 18Itenwlck street, to Carl O'Neil. for $7,050; also in foreclosure the flve-story brick tene ment, on lot 25xl(X.5, No. 630 West Forty flftli street, to Hlgmund Cohen, for $12,200; also in foreclosure the two-story stone front dwelling, on lot 10 5x50.5, No. 352 East 120th street, to the plaintiff, for IT.400; also the vacant lot. 25:0xlU0x2.r.flx 102.2. on the west side of the White Plains road. 150.5 feet north of Becker avenue, to J. I.autz. for $1.000 ; and. by order of the Sheriff, tho right, title, and interest in and to the three story brick tenement, on lot 18x180, No 334 East Thlrty-seoond street, to M. McDermott. for $400. William M. Byan sold. In foreclosure, the two four-story brick flats, on plot 50x100. Nos. 572 nnd 574 East ir.fith street, to the plaintiff, for $7,800 over and above incumbrances. New Buildings. Plans were filed with the Department of Buildings yesterday for the following new buildings: By Louis Beiss. owner, for a flve-story brick building, 40x03.11, at northwest corner of Seventy-third street and Lexington avenue, for stores and flats; architect. Charles Steg mayor: ook $20,000. by P. (J. Quirk, owner, for two six-story brick flats. 50 and 25x00. at south side of 124th street and Lenox avenue; architect. Henry An derson : coat. $115,000. By William Cell, owner, for a six -story flat building. 52x100. at west side Central Park West. 124 feet north of Ninety-fourth street; architects. Ware and Harde : coat. $100,000, S-xl tStaU 4l$t jal Jw 1 tries. 'I'FJtArLV. M. J.-Modern house for sale, first class A in all its appointments. H large rooms, all im- C-overaeuW. 88,600; to let, 826; oottsge 82.400; to t. 817; new huuaa, 8 rooaoa. 82,200; Unas $8oo oa.li. bebuuw $18 aaeaihly. WsUTaUSKM, S71 roadway. PARTITION SALE. By order of the Supreme Cmrt, 40 RIVINGTON ST., two-story and basement brick dwelling, will be sold at publle auction at the K. T. Beal Estate Salesroom, 111 Broadway, on Thursday, October 20th, 1898, at 12 o'clock, noon. By J. Montgomery Strong, Auct'r, of the firm of Htronj: A: Ireland, and under direction of Clifford W.' Hnrtrldga, referee. The property will be sold free and clear of all tn enmbrauoee. Wor particulars apply to Henry W. Gaines. Plaintiff-a Attorney, 81-88 Fulton at.. New York. BARGAIN 84,600 cash buys magnificent fiats rentod for 88.0CO; pays 2C per cent, on Inveat ment. OIBSON. KB Jtberty. CHEAP- 2nd wsnl ; house. 7 rooma. all improve ments, funis.,., 88.600; single 8-famlly flat, 86,000; near alorated; easy terms; good neighbor hood. HTH1CKF.H, UlltS, nd ST.. 166th St. $eal Cptnte nt gturtion. men Ann v. HAnNirrx"" co auct'rs, WIW. AKLI. AT ArCTION WKONJCSDT, OCTOBEB 18, At 11 o'clock noon, at the New York Real Estate Salesroom, ill liroadway. By order of Frederick Mctr. William Henry White and Bsiuuel McMillan. EXF.CrTOUS of the ESTATE OF ItOBF.RT E. lflETZ. deceasod, 81, S3, SB, 27 nnd 89 East 76th St., northwest corner of Madison Avenue. 4-storr and basement hhrh -stoop browaetone dwellings, with 2-story brick extensions. 20i66x extension 18 6x102.2. Trimmed In mahogany, quartered oak. walnut, ash and cherry. Banitary plumbing, hardwood mantels. Ac. TEAMS VEIIY LIBERAL. Maps at Auctioneers', 71 and 78 Liberty st. 3Rrl affjstntc Jot Unit ffiountru,. HOUST&SUMRES; Price 8376. Bltnatetl within 1 houra' rid from New Tork: liffht near water u.rt 5 mi nut' walk from railroad atation; near 3 largo atock farm a and aurroundd by many nice houaea aud aummcr boarding boaaea: tha land la good, black toll, well adapted for rhlckun ralalng and all klnda of fruit, alao all klnda of aalada, auch an lettuce, celery; good land to raiao xuuflhmoma; the home can be fixed up with very little expense to inare a nice, comfortable homo. Call or write. OWNER, 203 Eaet 23d at; open reninga until 8 P. M. SwelUttBoujeeja. Sojjjrt, 3)rur 3rwy, AVERY DESIRABLE HOUSE to rent in East Or ange, three miuutM' walk from Brick Church atation, in perfect order, for 970 per month. Addreaa Mra. Q., 3 1 Halated at.. East Orange, N. J. Jurttfehf a JQoujfrjsi Wanted. UURNIflnKD HOUSE wanted from Nor. 1 to June 1 X by email private, family. Addreaa, with full par tlculara. FAMILY, box 14L Bun uptown Office, 126t Broadway. 4Flxt0 and 2Vpnrtmrnts tf a Set. 118TH ST., 118 AND 117 WESTVFmwandBii rooms and bath; steam heat, hot water; fid to 82ft. 127T1I ST., S77 AND 37B WEST. Six rooms and bath; stesm heat: 820 to 828. 134TH NT., 105 AND 197 WEST. Five rooma and bath; steam beat, hot water; 820 to 826. 13eTH ST., fl48 EAST.-SIx rooms; $12 and 818. Apply to janitors on premises, or MACLAY k DAVIES. 44 Pino at. SANITARY APARTMENTS, r.4. WKST 98TH ST. Six rooma and bath; hardwood enamel hatha. Sanitary plnmbinK; nicely decorated. Delightful open gratea. Attractive for email famllica. A msteri)amav., 81 8.tUx Urge, light roomsaad bath. $20. See janitor. TR1GHT and cozy apartmenta, in modern honae. -I ateam, open plumbing, hot water, he; ground floor; Ideal for doctor. 280 St. JJlcholaa av., corner of 124th st. Rent aa low aa t2S. L atation one block; C9 expreaa traina dally. Apply on premises. efumislua ,f tat ta Set. 836." Charming, newly furnished apartmenta of 7 rooms, tastefully decorated; hardwood finish; aanltary plumbing; enamel balha. Office, T4 Weat 98th si. fUrt 7aBY4. Mt Sldo. QTH ST., lift F.AUT (near Uadlxm Sauara) J Handsome largo and email rooms; delightful table board; reasonable. 17TH ST., 10 EAST Large back parlor and hall j: rooms, with board; moderate ratos; references. Welt Side. "WASHINGTON PLACE, 1 1 B.-Large, well furnished " single and double rooma; southern exposure; good table; $6 upward. lOTH 8T730 WaM.VlT-furniahed rooms with a.-! first-class board; references. V7THHT.724 TB3T. Medium-sire room. topflooT, A - back; nicely furnlwhed. with table board. 1 QTH ST.. TO WEST. Pleasant large and small L rooma and home for persons desiring to locate permanently. CTH 8T7,2T7WE8T. Handsome large room, ' with dreaHing room, hot and cold water, largo cloaet; also ball room, bath; select house; superior table and service; references. $ elect ovi 36rooMytt. HENRY ST.. 868. Desirable alagle noma, with nrat-claas beard, 86 per week; convenient Soath Ferry and Bridge. Soartl 3$anteo. Yovsc, WOMAN d.'slrcs board In tlie downtown district. o aa to be convenient to her work; 84 or 84.AO per week. Addreaa AGBKEABLE. box 178 Bun office. ut nilud itoom? & patt mentis to let West Sid. "I OTHST.. ir.8WF.ST.-Ljrir.iroomefortwo goutle J.a men; house locality hrstclasa; tcrma reasonable. OOD 8T..2 WEST Elesanllr furnlabed rooms. OO with prlvato bath, en suite or aiug-le, aecoud ana third Moon; reference. LEXAND. QOD Bt!, 10 WEST. Handsomely furnished ijij rooms, en suite or sluuly; gentlemen oalyt breakfast optional; valet attendance. aOI ST., 880 WEST. Two connecting rooms ulnely, O furnished; suitable two or three geutiemen; terms reasonable. A (ITU ST., 12 WEST.-Nlcely furaiahed roomai 11 private family; ajantlemenonlyt reasonable. $0 Set foe Siidine SurpoyeK. STORES 1826 and 1827 Park av.. each 886, and 188 East 126th at., 860; will he altered to suit teaants. MACI.AY t DAVIES. 44 Fine st or WEBER A LEACH, 105 East 126th at, TRACT BANK llUILDrNO, southeast corner Pearl and Bookman eta. Store 106 Boi-kman St.. and unusually ltght offices at moderate rents. MACLAY A DAV1K8. 44 Pinejt WALL ST., 8V. running through to 8 Beaver at. Light offices, with all modern conveniences; low runts. MACLAY A DAVIES. 44 Pins at 6TB AV., US. near 14th at. Hiii.ie room, second floor, and entire third and fourth floors to lease together or separate. MACLAY k DAVIES. 44 Pine at. gusluesi Chanee. CAJETTlEBTAOltAltT. AKD BILLIARD ROOM located downtown on Broadway; price, 8U.000; reasons of selling, has Que position. Full particular McDONALD A WIUOINB. WO Nassau. BESTACRANtTocated Vn 28d St., New York city; old-Mtabllshed; now doing good business; price 86,000; free and clear; receipts 880 dally; reasons of selling retiring from bualneaa; nicely uulpped. Full particulars apply McBONALD A VPiaOWS. 140 Nassau. AKERY. close to this city, doing large paying busi ness: price, including proparty, 811,000; easy terms; this is a bargain. Mcdonald a wiqoins, ioaaaau. HANDSOMELY FITTED CONFECTIONERY; beat corner in llarleui; price Sl.uou; great chance. McDONAIJU A WIOOINST HONasau. P ATENTAT"! AOUMENT for suapeiidi-ra; very prac tical, useful article; pries 12,000; big money la this; see sample at our office. McDONALD AWiaaiNS,140 Naassu. EAT MARKET c'loaalo (Sty Hall.Brooklyn; first class business; pries only 8800; investigate this. It's a bargain. McDONALD A WWOINB, 140 Nassau. ' 1'AlI.ohl NO iirsINKMH. short distance out in New A 'Jersey, for sale very cheap, owing to sickness; average buelueea 88.000 annually. McDONALD A WUH. INH, 140 Naaaau. BECAI'BE-of impaired health and age. the editor aud founder uf a well e.ubllshed insurance mag azine of this city desires to dispose of part or con trolling Interest in this publication to an intelligent. capable man of soma means. Address, with full particulars. P. Q. box 841 Haw York city. KINTINO at a fsv hours' aottoa; lo.ooo circulars, 81: carde aiidbillhsads.40c.psr 1,000. ElxlAB MUMTlNti AD BTATIOMJCBY W.. 68 West S8th st, - - .- - - a j i Wastes efeauttef. THE SUN Harlem Branch 119 WKST 1MTH STREET. OPERATORS and baatsis on custom psnts. NICOLL. 146-147 Bowery. TO BOOKBINDERS Girl wanted that understands numbering machine. KUWINS A TOOKF.H Co.. 126 William st. flomentie jieevitrtu Wamtes. It I'nnr Srrrmni Beads Instruction In th Art of Cooking, Call her attention to this opportunity. This conpon entitles a well-recommended ser vant to one free lesson at MRS. L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, 862 8th av.. where all branches of cooking ars taught by Mrs. O. Lcmcke. ATOTTNO OIIU, wanted to take charge of 2-year-Id child and make herself generally useful; good home In Brooklyn; 88 per month. Address II., box 181 Sun office. CHAM BERMAlbsrcooks, 820 to iTlanmlreasesT waitresses, kltchenmaida, houaeworkers, parlor maids, 20 cooks who wash and Iron, laundresses who do chamberwork.French.Oerman, and English ladies' maids, nurses, butlere, second men and chefs, ser vants in sll capacities wanted at once. Mrs. L. BKKI.Y, 88 Wast 22d st.: servant's entrance 852 6th av. (tllAMBERMAinS, cooks, laundresses, waitresses. J Protestant help, all capacities; private families, city, country: 26 recommended gfrls wanted; call aarly. 802 oih av., Jacquln'a Bureau. C1HAM1IKKMA1D and waltrcaalo co to Cedarhurat, 7.L. I-; wages 810; references required. Mrs. L. 8EKLY. 368 8th av. ,O0MMnErT cook to goto Babylon, L. I.; wages V' 880; rcfavsneasroutlrod. " . Mrs. L. BEELY, 652 8th av. COMPK.TKWT German cook; wages 820; reforenrss required. Mrs. L. 8EELY. 862 flth av. COOK; wages 826: for three In family; at Port Chester; references required. Mrs. L. 8EEI.Y. 852 flth av. IAUNDRE88; wagea 820; amall family: one' hour'a J rids from New York; references required: city latel Mrs. L. HEEI.Y, 852 llth av. PR0TB8TAHT waitress; wages818; referenoeTriT quired; muat be competent. Mlrs. L. RF.ELY. B62JUh av. WANTED 20 laundreaaes who do chamherwork, for city ana country: good wages: references re quired. Mrs. L. SEELY, 362 8th av. WxttteS SRxle IReebXttie, r. NEW YORK SUN OFFICE, NEWARK, S..1. ADVERTISERS MAY LEAVE THEIR ORDERS AT 784 BROAD ST.. NEWARK. WBERE THE SAME CARE AND ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN AS AT MAIN OFFICE. BOOKBINDERS wanted on quarter-bound work. Universal Binding and Printing Co.. 4T Broad st. BOOKBrNDERR. Extra finisher wanted on printed Jobwork. 8TIKEMAN A CO.. 124 East 14th at. BRUSH DRAW HANDS on wheel and atraiaht work. 2UU Pearl at. tLOOHM AN H0R8ESH0ER at 68 Harrison at, ACHINISTB wanted. -Lathe and vis. Apply b. tween u nnd 10 A. M. FOWLER A ROCKWELL, 9 Ellxaheth at. OSTRICH-FEATHERS-Party wanted to take charge of an oatrich feather factory, either lady or gentleman; muat be thorough and understand it In all Its branches. Addreaa OSTRICH, box 127 Sua office. APER BOXES. A D rut-class. economical, thorough ly experienced paper cutter wanted on fine work: lifelong position for right party. Also good fore woman wanted. Addreaa. stating experience and wages, B., box 123 Sun office. HEKT-IRON WORKER wanted at 127 Grand st., Hobokcn. N.J. UMBRELLAS. Wanted, a first-class Jobber; steady work; good pay. GARDINER'S, 8 Academy st., Newark. UMBRELLA FRAME MAKERS. 2an4Tieponard St., BURRELL ACORR. topflooi TTPHOLSTEBER wanted onThairs. IJ HEYWARD. 89 Eaatst. "TIT ANTED Fourdrinlrr wire weavers; steady work. V BROWN A SELLERS. Holyoko. Maaa. tEstiitetl WiXtt jWtneeUaaeou. AGENTS wanted. We want an agent in every town to secure subscribers to TUB LADIES' HOME JorRNAX. to look after renewals and distribute d TertiMlog matter. We offer profitable employment for the winter, also special rewards for good work: $1,000 will be given to the agent sending the largest list up to April 16 next; $500 to the next beat work er, and so on distributing $11,600 among 600 beat ageuts the coming season. Good pay ia asaured every agent whether he or ehe eecuree one of the ex tra awards or not, THE CUKTI8 PUBLUJHXNO CO., PhilsdelphU, Pa. COACHMAN, single, under 8S; must have best references from former rmployer. DOTOLAS, 4S6 6th aT. ICE imivr.it WArTTED: experienced Vtrictly so ber; well recommended. Apply by letter. "STEADY W0BK.T' 270 West 33d st. St. Barthoomaw,8;e"MrANnTSE "ifiS Employment 07S!k3S2I,AL poiUo,l, Rnr.311 211 East 42d at., New Bureau. T8l 2M4 3gth . Tort SALESMEN. -Thoroughly acquainted with archi tects; chance for bis; money to right men. Ad dreaa A., box 12A Sun uptown office, 1205 Broadway. efirat-cinw Selp JFemmes. A A. A. Stenographer and typewriter desires permanent position, uaing Remington. Smith Premier and Hammond machines, 8 months' expe rience; rapid, accurate; salary moderate. Addrosa RAPID, box 180 Sun office. ASIOOMPETENT NURSE togrown" children by English Protestant. SOPHIA MARR, 838 East ldtlBL COMPETENT nuns for smalfcnlldran: best refer ence; good aeamstress. A. E.. box 6U8 Sun up town office, 1286 Broadway. COMPETENT kitchanmald, willing and obliging; beat references. A. F., box 677 Sun uptown office, 1266 Broadway. COOK and laundress In small private family; beat refereucea. S. McN., box 681 Sua uptown office, 12ejSJroadway: FIRST-CLASS stenographer, typist, rapid, accu rate, neat, good penman, accuatomed to general clerical work, obliged to leave well-paying position on account of lack of work, deairca position; refer eucea. FAITHFUL. Sun, Harlem. FIRST-CLASS Swedlah cook; wagea 840; excellent references. B. M., box 648 Sun uptown offlcs. 1286 Broadway. IAUNDRESB and chambermaid: excellent refer J cneeM: thoroughly couineu-ut. D. Q box 678 Sun uptown offloe. 1286 Broadway. XJ I'ltHE and seamatreaa; wages 820; best references, ! M. II.. box 608 Sun uptown office. 1286 Broad way. PARLORMAID and waitreas; wagea 820; good ref erences. It. J., box 6S Sua uptown offloe, 1286 Broadway. i K" ESPECTABLB fON WOMAN as houaekeoreri ' no pbleation to ckUttrsui good reference. Mra. JON!S,2ioW.;at IjiSttJ , . SWEDISH oook; understands her work thoroughly! beat refereucea. L. i., box 687 Sun uptown office, 1285 Broadway. ' rilOIIOU. I HLY competent laundressi three years -a. in laat place; beat refereucea; K.B., box 678 Sun uptown office, 12ilA Broadway. WAITRESS Understand! earring, serving of wines; can ducoratc table nlosly; best of refer Jnees. M. K . box 688 Sun uptown office, 1286 iroadway. WAITRESS" wliUngto assist Vltlh-othsrworiTbest references. A. B., box .100 Sun uptown office, 188B Broadway. YOUNU girl aa auainbermald and waitreas; wags 818; best references. E. C, box 681 Bun uptown office, 1266 Broadway. im-Gt $elp-$lie. A GOOD newspaper man wants situation of any kind; a practical printer; be has worked in al most every branch of the business, and has alwaya given latlsf action; ho wants work, ana will gladly accept suy poeltion offered him. ROBINSON, box 128 Sun offlcs. BlfTCHKK. Young man (28), experienced, sober snd Industrious, desires a position; can make hlm aelf generally useful. Address WILLING, box 110 Sun offloe. COMP. ia open for a job; good hand; excellent ref erences; moderate wagea. RULE, box 148 Sun offloe. I EDITOR, writer and proofreader seeks position on J live periodical; would manage "Don't Worry" department, which he san practically demonstrate, and be useful otherwise. Publishers wishing- circu lation Increased address " OUKiRs'AUTi," box 184 Bun office. I WOULD like a position as hsad shoe salesman or manager; had luyeare' experience In retail stores. Direct to WALTER E. MYERS. 246 Warren St., Jersey Pity, N. J, WANTED Situation, cylinder pressman; steady, reliable. Address PRESSMAN, box 184 Sun offlcs. ymploumrut ureaii. Bureau of Social Requirements. HUH. LKDYARD BTLYEN8. MANAGER. 18 WKS1' 48l ST. T.l.ptlou. 3I83-3S. Only first-class positions for first class employees. Bookkeepers, steuographors, governesses, cashiers, oompanlona. secretaries, aud all household positions. French aud Oenuan servants aepeoialty. The bureau takes entire charge of opening city bouses for the winter. witA a f ullstast of servants U aaslnd. task 8(8 8M day' a werxara prarldsd. 1 geilege. ivd Sfnnolis. Far Young Matt Women City a Count rw. REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. NEW YORK PREPARATORY SCHOOL, IB Weat 4.1.1 st., near r.th av New York, and J08) ' Inralemon St., near Court st, Brooklyn. - Fall Term begins MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1888. , Day or evening sessions. The fee lu any course pre), vldes for Instruction until the student has snores., i fulll passed the examination. Aunual Catalogue uffj application to the Registrar. prt. ,.,., I W. W. RMITH, B. A., -. Principals: jj R c-AMJnjala, President Board of Directors: ASA O. OALXuP, A, A., formerly of Regents' office, Albany. ' 1' JENNINOTON N." J.) SEMNARY-onveriTent W ! . Nsw York, PhUad'a, Bait, and Wash'n. Both!' sexes. 80th year. Healthful. Beautiful, in teach ers, 12 courses. 8280 a year. For beautifully Ulna. trated catalogue, address THOMAS OHANLON. P. p.. President. For Girls at Voting Woman City at Country, - nNDERGARTEN T?ZZzr (Free Scholarships limited). Z. A. CUTTEN. flupt Metropolitan Temple, 7lhav. and Mthat. . Far Boys and Young Men City and Country, a EVENING CLASSES. Bookkrepinic, shorthand, Orrraan, French. Spam lsh, F.nylMi, iirrhit-M'iiiiiil, merhanlral. fraebftntl drawing-. Industrial OfMdirn, ala-Mira, qromtty, .r-B trlclt.v, phyalca, civics. Iitk1. . llrst aid. rlo-av tlon, literatim'. Fall term bt-Rina Oct. 8. RegistflV now to at-curo seats. Call or send for catalogue. 3d STREET BRANCH T. M.C.A. DWIGHT "SCHOOL I- oil HOYS, 4 IB Writ 4.11 St., Near 8th At. Nineteenth year begin" Sept. 28, 1M88. For annual catalogue address Principal ARTHUR WILLIAMS (Yale r SAQRED HEART ACADEMY. flclfct Cathi'lfi''nari1lnK H')ioo; advantages unseal- passed, pew building; new oval: rate, reasonable: rs opened Hnpt. 7. Kr-thrrAn.. I'sT. W at Chester, K. T. THE BARNARD" SCHOOL, 117 and 119 W. 188th St. ' I Thirteenth year begins Sept. 22. Catalogue.. 'M.HAZEN, AB.. LL. B HesilMsster, Berkeley School. 20 West 44th St. Autumn half begins Monday. Hnpt. 3fl. The bead maatrr will be at the aohool dailj to meet; jfityiu. . . GERLACH ACADEMY, QOLUMA POIN3V I Inland. Mllitaxy BoardloJ School for poya. Oy mnaatlrn and drill every day. aIIWW Ik ,MitTrTfiliOrDrsow av., Beopsns Oct. .1. Individual work with each pupIL WOfksBOp and laboratory praetiee. vr 4 graduates) -in the colleges. O. VON TAI'DK, Principal. 900 EXPlDm 'RKanallyT yountTboys eat IpstyVVf cluslvely; suburban location; exrepttoa ally healthful; unceasing personal Mupervlsion. HEMPSTEAD. LUNQ ISLAND. INSTlTOTaB. . . BuslneM Colleges. Shorthand and Typewriiinn School. 1300 Broadway, 3d I.onr Below 34th St. Thorough training in all branches Commercial Medical, Law and Reporting. Pay and Evening, ruplls admitted at any timo F. h. MANSLEY. ' Schools for lisniuagei. French, Spnnlsli, German, If nlinn, Ae. Best lnstrurtfon; reasonable fee; claiaea or privata ly; dav nrcvi iiiiur; trialleaiton free. SeiidforclrculaJb I TUE BEltLITZ SCHOOL OF LANUUAGE3, . , Madison Square, N. Y. . . 75 Court st.. Brooklyn. Branches in other American and European etttea. ' .. Monitrlalr Institute of Foreign l.nnguarrst ' 818 Orange rosd. New Jersey. Board and day soliol ars. At least learn Portuguese and Spanish and dt business from North to South Pole. Schools of Elocution and Dramatio Arts. . .( OEFECTIVE SPEECH, SUXSSL M Lip Reading. Miaa O. K. HART, 88 East list aU .'. - Schools of Physical Culture. BERKEsLET (and CHlXUREir. rVMni a einaa) carnegif, hall. VsT IwllS AOlUlwl' 1R4 WK8T 6TTB MT, Opens Oct. 3. Offioa hours, 11 lSiSO aV xcurctaiw. " ia cXOfornia Special vestibuled trains, consisting of sleeping, dining, library and obser vation cars, will leave the Eastern cities Nov. 1?th and frequently thereafter for California, including stop of one day at the old Spanish city of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Infor mation and circulars about these or other trips can be had on application. Railroad and .Steamship Tickets to all points. Raymond & Whitcomb, Tours and Tickets, SI Kaat Fourteenth Nt.. Lincoln Bulldlnsj, Union Mijuurc, West, Maw York. WEST r POINT JSEWBURuHaND POUurlKEEPSIE. OBASD DAILY F.XOCR.SIOJ (Kxcept Sunday) BY PALACE IROX LAV LIXE HTKAMKR8 "SEW VOKK" aud "ALRANT" , .Trotu iironkliii. Fulton St. (h Annex) 8 A. at. " New York, Ueslirossss 8t. Pier 8:40 " ". New York, West 22A 8t. Pier 8 " Returning, due iu New York r,:30 P. M. MORNINO and AFTKRXOON CONCERTS. Regular Excursions until October 15. DEEP BEA FWIIINfl DAILY.-AL FOSTER, aaf. iron ateamsr A.SOI.EK. fan Due.: 21st at., E. 1L. 7:26; Batteir, 8:06i runa winter and aummsr. FISHERMAN'S STKAMEIl ANOLER -Tuesday pas sengers caught 1C toiWper man, some weighing! to 8Jalus.; bsusj flukes and seabass. Nonumbus "'OOl) FlsuLNcT . Steam er-F68TER7Bnoa rs, M Tnr.daiN. Tlmiadaya; East 3a St., 7:48; Baa tsiT, :2T,; TO,, with ball. pinofortfis, OrflBtt, ttc. POPt'I.A R PEAaE PIANOS. U18 West 48d at, near nth av. Direct from factory to purchaser at prices that defy competition; easy terms. Bargains in allxrxitly uaea plsnoa, 8&0 up. Csll or send for catalogue. BARGAINS 1'piiglils 8H. i) in., 8160.0 I Oordiiu. large alxe 87.00 mor . . . .8200.00 BenU low Cartage f roo thla wees OORDOK'B. 180 Fifth av., bet. 20th aud 21atata BARHAISS.- N.-w upright Pianos, 8128; Sohrner, I M Stalnway; aacnflces. WINTEItRUTU. 108 Eaai 4th at. and 114 ntli av. " tl.IAIH.L Connurpianoa; guaranteed high gradei sv medium prices; easy terms; renting, exohang lug, repairing. 4 East 42d. I ASM assortment, slightly used, $80 to 8128; rent J8. small liistalliueiils. uuiiii-i 111.. s., 18 B. 14th at, STEINHAY k gOKB, lOuKast 14th at.. New York, offer for aale a large stock of used pianos of theis own and other manufacture, acquired by exohang. for uew Bteinway pianos. Rebuilt Bteluways will '! be fully guarauteHil. The prtcos range for Bteinway uprights 8860; Bteinway grands 8400; Bteinway equarea 82iH) and upward. Other makes upright. Sloo; grands 8160; situarra 86o aud upward. Be ware of bogus Btcluwaj- pianos at prlvato and pub lie sale. CSJ RENT monthly, almost new upright piano. ' . 90 Factory. WE8KR UHOS . 624 West 48d st. Qj 4 r MEDlt'H aire upright piano; spceial bap O'1'' gains; molithlr puynunts. Factory. WKSER liltos.. 624 West 48d as. (IVOw FCLL size upright; good order; rent 88 i7)JJ. monthly; factory. Bj 2 W1IF.R BROTHERS. 624 Wast 48d at. BT ii I IU --LAItiiE si.- upright, fully guaranteed, sXyAvrv. mandolin .tta. hm. nt. bargain; factory. J WEBKB BROTHERS, 624 West 48d as. n..srrlUiuou. K-I-P-A-N-B. lu for 6 cents st druggists, grocsra, restaurants, saloons, newe stands, geusrial stores) and barber shl- 1 h' Uaulah oaiu. luduoe sleep prolong ht. One gives relief. NEW YORK SUN OFFICE, NEWARK. N. J. 784 HUIUII BT. ADVatBTltUUM MAY LaUYR THEIR ORDERS AT THIS ADDRESS. WHtUtf TBI SAME CABE AND ATTEMIIOM WILL OK SUOWa? AS AI MAJM OMriOa.