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; J if 8 ' E SUN' SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1890. I
t I IN THE BASKMLI. WORLD.
4 A. HP A HUSO TKI.l.S OP PIlKEIt-
I , Ji MAX'S STAXIIIKO IX THE I.KAOVl'..
uU ) jj Ther I.nltrr I'nya fur l.mt Yenr' Uniform
St . . j llrenrh Hi-Imi en tliuNrw York Club nnd
fflf M llm . Slur IMlrlif-m im Will iKlIvrrllrunk
,1) ' j lym Will l,iip lurllii- Smith ToOlnrrniT.
i i i J Afti-r rrtrilni! i.i)inptit yi'otpnlny mornlnir
i fkm if for lnt vp.ii's Npm York kisolmll uniforms J.
1 M'Pl ii' Wnlu-i spiltllnu mlil-
. ft M j! " I'ri'cilniiiii Iiih sctlli-il iii III ni'eouiit, nnd
j j j5 ft thctrdu- piuIm Hip iiiiIIoipi part of Hip cntitio-
, !SJ j versy bctuppii iih, l.iin mii i y I 'iruiiulit Hip
j .(j ( tnaltor up. lint I uin L-iitiriiippil Im did en with
j llj r thi'llennf tliruwiim iml In Hip pph nf the
I I ij ! pulillu. so Hint tho n-tl lisiic ouM In lost
( J ;' idctit of. I Mill Insist uputi l.idnu utidcrRtnod n.i
t I , , f vigorously mipieil to l'li-odinim' policy of
I J '!i, I coihIiipHiib bielnll In till city 1 until to
j I l ';"f llHte) Hip public WillPll tlin Npiv Vo'x nub's
if i i '11 method th war. ho tli.it my plmrirps p.nn Im
' i B ' fl corroborated I Ii io millilnu inim1 to p,i- on
; t "j 5 tin' lilijwt '
" r ! ifi j Ew-r hIiipd tlu lonnpr lliPHMoi-nf Hip club
t , (j ij pent In lils liitp of ii-sluniitiiiii his I irnt ln'1 . A
1 r ii Xj O. Siuldinit. Ii.-i . I'fnitui'il ftmn tiikiim n hand
i i i '' 1 iil '" """' 'll'"" ' '"' !""''1 ' lintryiiiB nil
', ' j" ' 'wjr llinadwiiv itpnln wIipii ,i ri'imrturof Tin:
I S ' i "''" IT""'''' I'll" 1 m.ik miiiip st.itcincnl.
j i 'J Hpalillnu lit Mrst ntus i to I, ilk, but when
M ' ' "1 inked wlicllipr Iip .i not iiitir"tcil In bis
I HP ' ' T) brotber'x warfiiri-o'i I riviltnnti. A. O said:
t , '( "j "(If coursp I nin intcrt'stpil, but I 'lon't Hilnk
I l ( i Walter needs aiivn".ltaiu-f. Atuly Is ouch nn
j I ' nnmsln' cuss tbat you cannot tako lilm uprl-
j I j )J ously. lln Rppiiis to o"cupy a uiniiun position
j 8 ,, ij In I niflinll.jiiiil cnjoH thn distinction iiinonL'
; I H hl I.cacu inboc atps of belli!: consliicrpil
J' a f ' moro kliuUof ailanin fool tban any in, in who
1 fi ever biokc Into Uic nut onal iriimi). Don't mix
ill & meup In HichO ba'-pball snarls, Iioivpvoi. for I
j am lioir In the h eyclu busiuoss and hno
! m I '? troubles of nil own
rjfi j' j . Then Sialillnij jumped onto a car, his face
W j '. wrcatlicd In smili's V A. Abpll of Hip Hrooklvn
' Club. n hi-
j ' Xi "Krccdinati Is a puzzle to mc. I i-annot
U, mnkn liiin o.it Ito dl-plajed tho utmost In-
! n' l Ev dllTprcncp when wp oITpipiI to let him have
Ml Itnlilnsnn. b-(lniw ,-ind Oriftln. He i-mt
ll , sty asked for out price ecn. Willi the' three
: ' i, tuenlhe.Now o'ks would have Iippd h'reimtli-
J - i enod by at lea-t oil per i-piiI. itml the lliianclal
H t ,i ( return would uimupstionably Inne warranted
IS, I ,' j thn outlay "
t J; iu The breach retnecn the Xpw York Club and
I s , I i,A thoRtar pltcliers, Ilusie, .Moekln ntnl Sevmour,
'VI M la wIiIpiis p i. Word was receded from
-i fi I1 I jf'l Bpvmour'fl father yesterdm that Hie wonderful
' .; I ' left-hander would posltiely rcfu-p to i.lav un-
i ii, ' J Ji Ips Kreednian lived up to n promise he made
j J I ! 1 lat )ear that In cafe tlin )ouim man pl.iieil
; j! enod lull ho would receive u iupsoiiI of -ihi
I Rl i( '"(! oxerand above hlsFalaiy of $l,.ri'io at tho enil
j ', Ji of tho season.
I ?! I j, Peymour's father nays that his hoy pitched
! m i I , , bettprbnll than anybody In th I.caeup. fiarrlne
iffl i iJ one ortwonipn.andthatnlienthesi.licdiiimvas
1 B ' ( I . wound up hedld not receive the -f.'IOil He de
ll I i ' Clares that thn fa-t lh:it Kreedman has agreed
! .i to pay his son iiBiil.iry of S'.'.im (i for the pom Ins
Ml t reason eutH no lU'ure.and that If the 5,'loOis not
8 . '.1 fortlicomlnc the " Hniith paw ' will not join the
Jj I f.3 New Yortn. lliisie has been heard from In
ij M directly, iiltlimiKh he bun not couimunl-
5 cited with the club. Ho Is training In
ll I if M Martinsville, Ind., and wclchs'J.'IO pounds He.
' If1 !ii! In rbv 8 ho expects to reduce himself to his usual
' 3 'I 'fj weitht in a few weeks. Put will not report to
1 1 ''I 9 Manauer Pav until the contract sent to him
1 1 i I 'ni lis been altereil Mpi kin Is already on record
t ' ' f ' M a snylnu tliat lin will not plav for a reduced
i ill J -m salarv. Freedman n-theres to Ins statement
I '! I " f '3? that h" will close tho I'ololiroundsNoonerthiin
! t I jl accedo to the demands of theso three valuable
E ( Ml men-
-sli I "I I K Tne IrooVlyn players havn been ordered to
i I 1 it' report to Mananer Hanlon at I'ler '.1), Kast
8 JI I ' 4! Rlvpr. to-morrow nfteniiKin at '2 o'clock. Thev
5 I ( ! . I' will sail for the South an hour later Hanlon
j 21 ' I i; TJ anyath.it he expects these men to he on hand:
Jit 1,1 k', fli-im. Herdon. Crishnni. lllll Kennedy. Jack
Ml II i Putin. Joe YeaKer. Oaston, Al Maul, Medium,
PI 11 U: Jf Tom Pair. Mncoon. rnssldv. John 11derson.
'! I 1 '( 1. Fielder Jones. Joe Kelley and Willie Keeler.
I! I :w. Mc.Iame.s Is nt Charleston, nnd will i;o direct
c. Ij II m from there to Aucustn. Hitches Is on Ills way
'! I'l ! I i to the latter place from Cali'ornin lllll P.ihlen
' Vi V t .' h will nln co stra'cht to the training grounds
S'iS ' I ' Jl from Chleaco. Iluchev Jennlncs will remain
5 J I ' 1 at Cornell, where t.o Is eoaehlnc the irstv
ii IJ I fjJ team, until sprll 1 The eontiact for the new
P M I I fiS stands nt Washliicton Park was awarded yes-
: I III iE2 terdav and work will begin to-morrow inorn-
: H ' l I nffit '"St. r.verythlnc will be In readiness for tho
IJ I I 'Sla openlnu championship came on April lo.
' l II IW 'r"', I.eaKiie macnates will hold a special
SII II tfiti moetlnc this week, probihly on Thursday.
I ill 1 1 ifl The Rt l.oiis courts are expected toeonllrm
L Sli I liJfl thpfihenlT'.ssaleofthenssetsof thesportsiiian's
? 511 I I Sli ynrk nnd t'lub to-morrow As ,. C Decker
- 5! , I .V. has purchased the assets from (I (irnnor
i HI 1 I ij nnd owns l.iOO 'hares of the stock, he will
3 m I 'J? pome to the ,encne meetinir and sk for a
: Jj I I 1 :? franchise. Incldentnllv, Becker may nk the
JI! II itS Ijflacue to transfer the franchise from the
lp 1 1 1JB (sportsman's l'nrk and Club to the Amerlcm
V3J1 III 'IS Baseball and Athletic Exhibition Compnnr the
L 311 I iH new corporation which will oner ite h-iseil In
, jju -I! I ,RH Bt Ixuils. ami in which both Ileoker and llohi-
All I I il aon are Interested Such 11 transfer will eniilJe
ffl 1 I f Jhn .n,'w fit '-""is Club t.ioid anyfurther
liM-l I JSS leaal controversies.
'rffi I I 'H . M.inniror K. II ltayinond of Hip Columbia
1 ll 1 1 ;'8a Ijaraltr nine, seciiredaii option on Washington
' W m Eark for Ai'ril --rr,l" I'l-sident r.hbets or ii,"
' i'l 'n Hrooklvn club esterd-iv Columbia has ar-
H I" 1 tra ranged a game with Princeton for that day.
n I '!R and as theNeworkswill be at home whllethn
5 II , !1 nrooklyns will he away. Raymond thinks It
5 II l fl may be whe to take the game to llrooklyu In-
M lilt ni fteadof playing It In Ilarlein. The Columbia
f II! r I IS faculty must tatify th contract, howevor,
' ' M 1 f ll?,t before It can be signed,
s i If "a
' I I ,ffl . Prej.lrlent N V.. Young says that or the
HfiiS twelvp umpires to he appointed to the l.eann
IM I IB ataff he has decided on Lynch. Iliuslle. (ialT-
'Sl t! t!5 pey, Hwartwo 11I, Hunt. Connollv nn-1 Warner.
: fl! I' I 'fsfl H further savs he lias not roeelu'd an appll-
- 1 lliiSfl C1,utl0!' fr?:u Tim Hiirt It Is not known
II ni 'jjn whether Hurst will umpire this jearor not.
Will I I 'So ?.',,,",., W "' ,R,M ,:,','n mixed up in cycling.
ILtif I IbI Hlsnbllln nsn judge of p'nv is well known.
arm Ii I lie and If Im does not return to the League stair
hBpI'iI his absence will he le't Tom burns, form-
tllr8 fr,,r,L'r the Urooklvns. may bo appointor!
I fc Bi t0 'h, H,nf' "" 1-lMlt bi an ,i plle.itlon
llrl! aomo time ago and Is thought to t.o fully
llljl g qualified to net Vnothei applicant Is Pre I
1 II I t S I'.0 the- ttpll known px-ha-phall and nolo
aK ' I 9 rlnver. Doe Is 1 New l.uglander and lias been
HI ill I f 3 , mlxnd up In the sport for vearj Pred PfeiTer,
V Mm I I I the former Chlc.igo second baseman, wants n
-EH I'l I Place. Ho Is undoub-eillv more competent
B 'EH 111 than some of the iiukiionn wonders who havn
H kVaVI'l ' ''''"-'l0'1 by I'resldent Youngtn the p.ist.
1 I i ami 1 H
H i Vlil t Th i'" Yorli"' Flr,t Kxlilhlllon Camp.
TN. I wl I t - CnABMBTON. Mnrpli lH.-The New Yorka
i Bll I" thlsaftornoon plajed ,1 match game with tho
Hr l Hi I P! Colleceof Charleston team ami 1,111 upas'-oro
Laf 1 'bVHI Ii of 38 to I Thegame w.isnot interesting Tor
LaS I Mill ii thnvinitots, but it gave good praiticc. Ilo-
a i 14 1 Ii heny was In the box iiml showed up wt 11 Car-
K '111 I rick relieved hlin tinil not hi!irm In swinging
1 , K I I Ij condition. Iltnmtitou was put in f.irthneol
H , I I I Bi Ipco lenui and pitched two or three Innings
' I I ill He dlil not show up well. He is small and
j B I 111 weak nnd his work was slow lb. has a drop
(If 1 I I fif which Iih us si f uenth. He ill I n. it make a
HI t M' I1 1 irf K"1' luip-esslon mi-1 Is not couhipieil last
HI I I liVM enough to trot with the New Yorks N,. plav-
I I flBI pi-s retiorled to-dio Pake ilsai will piobii
HT 'E I'l lilt bly get in to-moriow. Manngei- Hav is pleased
HL. ' 1 IlltS - with theno'k si fai rid sas his men liavo
HMt Bill ft made 11 splendid begiuiiinc
HJkt B'l!i (3! IIimpIiiiII Notrs.
Ham'. II 1 ,1 BI "Ibtcr. lie nasinvil iu twiiginc at theend
By, ' mt I I Mi of tun season.
BHTcv B i I (Hi '- w- Harliur jpr. Tmii Italy raiuht for t'hlcagn
ft 1 H II I ;W Willi uglull mill llieui Ij 11
HHj ' Hllttilf .!'-J.-K-, ""t ",r.r "'T ldvypil with anv team
lifllff aftirlaavline thu ll-Mitbii 1'i.iji r' I.raiiuo Irani 111
BaaV bk 1 if 1Im3 IhiiO.
BaL RI1 pf ! The I,ci 1121,111., wit'i iiUiwi aiciailnslrtirarn.
aam II 1 1 Ml would like in arrange Ni-iml-n gvnirs. Addrifs
aTFlUll 'Aiuuruan HI Im it. nuiu. 1, Ml I.mi 1'iftj' hivpuiU
IRt'fj TbWethli'eiir.Hi.-r Citj wniild lUc t i,lay
Hlrllllw CD De-orati.m Hai Mitli sou lint., bi t -im at
I) I tit; home gunnel. Aililu.ln!in Messier, 4a Ciiim rue-
Eartll Hl niii.Jcei i'iij.
? jtMJI The Miuget lias lullrillhef St. VI. hi l'sChlirrll
I If IIJll rhallcug. u'l iciiua umpirim-di u , elai. r. uwr-
' I i S'P-' '' ,"'.I- Addle.. . H. SI I'm 440 i.
HPf flit Tlilrtjiiiulh.ir.il
Bff till "lilv- Thl- "a uifii tillers' Hi '-itl Club i. vi 1 for dam
HlllIiHU w".',1 ""'' "'i iu -mi bin cMMiit Mi-Inn
Hflyt Hil wdiin nf ni in Im .1 N .. M.lni. s P..
aW f Hftfl 811 Hlgld-v, Is '.-o It '.1. .tin't
K t BllillSli The Nirs l.-li , V. of llii.eMj-i, wuild 1 V t unci
B 8 Hffil'Ull all Ii urn. nitli ptunr- avu ,i.in- I T ar-. .an of. 1
I Hflllllli town ua'ijs pr. f. n..l d lrw Lh.im Viimiitpi.
j f .(Jf(( .'a Krankliiiuii .IiiMtabn.
M. t mft lli . Thi.rhjMd.lr.iieinfY 31 f. A. liH.irgiw.il I
B I aWL.l!2H their Ua.rli id tiaui 1, 1 lie mi t u.uk nana mi ,1.1 I
MUt Bit bj ti ana-igs rfmi. ..1 sa'iudjy-niil li'ilnln . I
HfiHinlf' ).M( . leaiiis pip'-rn-d AJdr . A Hi.,i, i, '
Kljl b1 HIKr-wlK'uUl. sp 11th.11 11. ' J
H f 'aVHitml The Knipir... lenn. r tl.e lloroinrlisi.f llaat N.
bV I ) iff 111! Tolli. hap.ll.l a 11 i.prli dit . .ill.l uoilt.l Ik In
HI i Ef fi nil few finm Hi. In-Hit 11 I' 1'. Ili.i I,., .fsuiciii
HI I Kill mt Jfland. und tin Muni. .,. Man.ui. N J. Ad Ins.
EH t .Bflli SM '.'.""!'. Alain, inilu;,i.', 1 1 7 II .W lr,u, I
EH. P; EH-1 N? tlill llrooklyu.
HM., ft HtljIJSjl Th- SI iMocahaMi nr.Mnle I for th, s a-eii. and I
llllfil Kould like ta hear fi-em .ill nr't . Hi. in u. Mr ui!
ll H-'lSilstl """ PiofM.ion il 1 ai. eliiirg u ta. 1 imlu r
11 H Illlntl melitu, I nii.ral Is, Vlmnil iiumi la r I aui ami
VS ill! Bnrough 1'. rcti-rn-d vd.lr. 1. n n i M, I
bHH 'u H I 'Ct lionald, ipslh ntr.i.t and Hroiitn.)
HHj IHifflV Hr. Uii'i., YUnh In Koci.tr Mil. :,ia. i
afl. I H Ii !t terday aignfd .lack Sli e is ..f p. i.tnn luid .). wamn.
i H ll 'ill """ epmi'ltiliu- hi. 0 'mi. if n.ne aud , nuoil k.
it ll1!!'- with thn Iaiu roiiitutiuii. tiuiuti-ii 1 iiiki P. .iiiicd
HH) I- 'J 1st by April 1. Mncipufti.a has uir.-d .Miiuri-Hai uf
Hamv H ' IIS 'he hew Yorka offering to n-liang' lummy bawd
HhbV K B f 'IS " 'or0eUJ' orwou'd'llDowiloullli;UI rorfl, 000.
HHHB Hi 'if ori-
HWMI I It' V
HYfll I S
Baki'
HEHHHTHTaHWaaaaaaaaaa
noirttxa.
Four Leading Drug Trade Tonrnamani
Trntni Win and I.oip One name.
1 The four b air rain the VVholmle Drug Trade
I aorlatlon tmiriiament broke et en In the sertea rolled
, atltrld'a alleya yeaterdar afternoon. Dodge A Ob
cnlt'a teim liroketheaeaaon't "ecord brrolllSK 881,
eaiust the I'arke, Hula k Cn, fire. The acortu
rinsT or.
Dodoo h Olcntt Hewe, 2S, Elr. Hn: Robertaon,
1.11. Marti-ns 3i;ii llu Id tiian, mj. Total, 811.
lVirki. Datla 0. aUrlagar, J.Vl. tlrnbT, 18l
1 lllil. , 1st, ilrimii, ivn. I'irr, 147. Total, 77.
.rtoMituvr
I Nntl"tial teal Canipaiiv Flint, 15. Baundere,
' 1411. (' K Sleek, l.uis It. 1'. Meek. 1.10. Townler.
liio. Int. I. 7-4.
S nl ury and .lehiiain sawyer, 114, Scrlmahaw,
III W.lliir. I-Jil, I'aiigliey, 14t. Jlnlge. IIS. To
tal. O'lo.
I riunn oamr.
1 Celuatn v Co - llarnes, l.12l Olirjatal, 1H0; flan-
aon. I.,;. 1 oilknei, ir.ris Cilu-ate. ir.it. T tab 7.14,
Nittiaiial I,i a.l 'ttiilany-F.rnt, U.H. Hllind.rt,
l-'li ('. I". Sliak, 121, 11 V. Sleek, 1:2. Tawnley,
l.'ai Teial, IS4.
1 ifit-iiTii itsiir.
1 Dolg.. K (11-ntt- Howe. 14Hl Kir, ir3; It it erl on,
1ST. MariPlla. IMs Und llluan. 172. Tntul.Tlft.
Wniiall. latum Cn.-hralli. lrtli. naildy. 180,
Kin.ey, 101. Slurpliy, 12U. lanilyn, 180 lotal,7'.i.
null otur,
Srahurr ..liihnatn sutrjri, ir.4-, Reritnahaw, 121;
I VWt hi-, 12 1 I nlgliev. I4M, Jllilge. 1.14. Total, IISil.
! Wliltidl. lalla.V I'll Snivtli, IIH, Ildy, ir.2;
j Kire,i4H Murplii, I 11. 'Uadin, l.'l.l. Total, flsa.
mu iioir,
i-olgite k I'i -llarnra 17U Chrjatal. t-. Ban
n.i lo, l.i 11 1 1. 11 im Us l' iliratf, l.-.ii lotal, Til.'.
Pirki, Pail. ,. 1 11 Jl.ir.ap.r, I4fli itnther, IT&i
Illak . IVi llr inn, 123. rarr, ia7 Total, 770.
Friday iil.-hf nam'. In the United riatldeulache
riuii. t uirii. mint, iidltd at tl e Airade alleya, re
.iiltid a toll jua
unit mill.
Weal "sl.le Ilprin'Hinr. H-'i llollmann. 44i Jung.,
rai. Kemper, hi llimeat 107, Ilage, 74 Wulfera, ,7,
M'i ltiver. 44 'I ..t-il. r. 7 1
S.1 11 injrr. 71 (ll Neii, 74, W.Meyer. 102, It.
Sli-jnr, tin, Mur-.p., 71. sch-uMi, 100, 1I f mtnn,
i., II n Idml, no lutal, 1101.
.ll ot nun
Wot H.de-llernelliig 127, II dlminn. 128: -binge,
12 1 Kfiiuirr, l.'i7. Ills in.1, n.j, Itiue, ton; Wulfera,
124 Wultluer, l."2 lotal. 1,0,7.
sol" II. ili'ift no, ml., ii. 144; VV Menrr, 170
11. Meier, 17s SI 'rie, 1411, S 'llinl.lt, 110; Uotl-
iiiann I in; lui'luiol. no, 'luljl, i.ioo.
Tim ilothims dafialed Ihedol.len Hodelntwnof
the thrii-g-niii-M pla.i-it at ('apian', allot a nu Iridav
luilhl 4'"1 lotli teauiKare linn- lied for flrat Ida. e In
tin 1 1. lil l.ll.iw.' Hall taiirtiuiiioiit Iheaiorea:
nitar otMr.
(Inlden tlnd -I .dtetrln, Lis- Ilormajtan, I4S; VV.
vrnol.l. 17s. Snvder. If.,; K-k, 17ii; hchroeder,
111 Intil, li.".ii.
iiathnpi Lihuiann, 1H2. Danuefelaer. 11)0. Ilach
ttiatlli, I.I I, HUlli, ISS, Hoter, 1.17, Schllchtc. 22(1;
Total, m.o,
arioNn nAMr,
linldeti Uod Ecknteln, inn; Dnrmairen, 101; W.
Aitiold. 1", Hnyder, 147; K k, lso, Schroeder, 17W,
'lot I. tail.
(tut urn Lebmann, 171, Pannefela.r, IM. Bach
ni.titi, l.'i''., Ilellia, 148; Setter, l.'.li. 8,'hllehte, I4H.
lotal, nil.
-xntRDOAUr.
Oolden Kod Fckateln, 1P3; Dormagen, 14; W.
AnioKt, ini; Snyder, 13a; T k, 1S6 hchroeder, 147.
I otal. ii 1 .'I.
lliitham I-ehmann, 152, Dannefelaer, 1A7; Bacfa.
mann, l-'li, Ilellai, 144; Hetzer, 184; Schllchte, 146.
'lotal, 1122.
A big crowd of F-aatrrn Pletrlct enthualuU at
tended the wmd-iip of thn King, county tournament
ou Friday night at I eiatcr . lli- a. corner (Iraham
alrntle an I Staifg etreet. Prcred.n the ireetintatioii
of vxue lh1 It (' and llotm auad eluha loll, ri off
tin tic fornfth and .nth pria, which remitted aa
fellow.:
r 11 L'.-Ureltenha h. 117, llummell, 167; Ilndd.
14n, heller. ISO. Alcnd, 227. lotal, 7ll,
llome.tiadUime, Lit, Hrdlman, till: Beck, 150;
llaioe, lno, Nei;er, Is T ipil, 78.
Ihii prize were prcicnted as followal Tearoa
First, lempldon, aeuind, Vdelphl: third, Ap.dln;
rmirth, l'inaperit , fifth, 1 11. C : atith, llnim et ad.
Indivldual-Firat aterag'A' Flood. lempNton, 1HH,
aecoiid, (I Ht-rte-rger. Templelou, 187 12-14. third,
W Ailer. Temideton 187 1 14. ourlh (I. Ftt'er.
Huntington, Isr, High aiore O. lierberger. 24A,
Spare W. Auer, 73 In fourteen games.
Rpeorda of Vnrloua Tnnrnampnta.
Tho New S'ork Women' Bowling League tourna
ment terminated laat Fr.day, and the fair sex bowl
era hao decided to muuage the competition to be
held next aeaaon without any outaldo aasl-t ince. On
next Thtir.day night the h ague will hold lta annual
reception at Arlington Hall, when the various toim
and tnltiMiul prlia Iwtll Im diauihuted, Itecord
or lur.ous tiairraiiienta folhov
kfw vona wours,aLFAOt-PToun'aMEVT coMPLrTiD.
Clubl. Garnet. More. Cluht. Gamrl. Store.
Walkueren 1. r. 4r..i Jolly Women .5 37
I'nter L'ns 5 4.12 Cleecenta 1. . 8 87
lto.dale. .r 42J Defender . . .ft 87&
Xerd'urher W.r. 421 Slerrv Ladlea. r. 38
rolliml la A. A. .ft 4ir Creacents3. . G :ir,o
Y C S. h Iz'n 5 41:1 Veronica 1. r. 345
VI amgram . ft 3H0 Veronica 2... . 8 343
1'iinillihelako'pft 3M.' Columbia S. H .5 3SO
WaUueren 2. .5 :i2'
iMixii runnri-wCHr. rLuw" TouasauaHT,
fen-Am'r- Ten- Amtr
Cluht. pin. ifm. Tfifal Clubl. pin. trcn. Total.
Roddlale 778 1337 211', Confec'ra 877 1128 1S05
(lreenwli'h.1147 12. "1 llHISolo ,0I 1I0O 1701
Kliideot iinti K-H'i 1SH5 Went Side, .1711077 IH.48
Hudson .'1.17 1201 1H40 Snrd'iher.ftfto lOs.i 1833
H'm l,littdftn4 122.-. IHI1 I,enoi, ..',10 lo7s 1.188
Dop'lelihiiBSH 1178 1817
t'M Lk Sill NATIONAL TOCHSAMENT.
llwh ir,jk
Ctitft. Won. .oil Scure. Cluht. Won.Latt A-ore.
Ooldenltodlt 3 li.'7 RlM-rdale . H 8 il
(eiiuania II :i nol I'ncle Sam rt m hi
Oriental 1 1 .1 8mo Hunard ft 11 m.u
OU.i IV 10 4 1142 Van la. 4 M H28
Police (laz. 7 .1 Hft4 Hoa'dlle 4 10 pft.1
ChcrTlce. 8 rt H.12 Ifax tie 4 In 824
Mdella. 7 7 8H4 St. (Icorge. 1 111 813
Wist shore. 7 7 847
LErrlo's TOl'HXAUKNT,
Oradoll . .1 1 804, Friday Aft ..2 4 787
F.Mt Side . .1 I 842 Tuesday Aft.2 4 718
Kcho. 8 1 7H3 Maretlla I 3 714
(Iramercy 2 2 8J4 Black sheep. 1 3 887
Puck. 2 2 742
AHCADF TOl-nXAMrST.
Oriental 3 1 rtlHSpartan 2 2 ft3i
I.inistidter 3 1 fts2 Hoeedalo 2 1 8 6afl
(ioldpti Itml a 1 8,17 -!.vhrd 1 : r.Hrt
We.tShore 2 2 613 lloaeilale 1 I .1 r.4
PINK IURI11 leaner.
Phase Nat. 1 1 2 8ft8 J.P.M.A: Co. .1 7 881
Ini.Sl.Xat.10 2 8.18 Hamilton r. k 77r.
A-iicr.lx N12 .1 H'm sealmard N ft k t7
Slanh'iiCo.ll 4 8UI M.fcT Nat 4 m 8?:i
Nat.ll. U.'ii 10 4 812 ilal.oterN. 3 7 740
Mi. Slnrri 11 rt hfts Kii'hN.tK. :i B 81U
I.S.SilbT 7 . 830 SFrh-a.Nat :i 1(1 h.17
ChrjnlcalN 8 7 8(10 L ligTAC) ;l in 74U
Nat. l'alk .1 r, 808 Corn Kx . 2 11 778
SEW TOIIK EOVAI AllCAStIM I.EAIlL'r.
Our. . in I IMal UviikatUu. 8 12 828
I.enox 1.1 8 114.1 I'eltie ... 7 11 Hi'i
Citlrrus 13 :i iriii Co onlal.,., 11 o h&ii
NcwS'.ak 14 4 1117 Irving . , .1 1.1 mi
Colpix. 13 .", H24 I nitoist'a. 4 14 88,1
Yonki-r. 14 11 11.111 St mtev 4 14 H24
Aiiierieiui ,12 fl lull Ic Vlnne 1 14 731
lliiili'iu to is mo iigdeu , 1 1,1 8(8
Morlll'gs-e 111 1, ',2.1 lief, n him. .' I.' 887
Hull lieCityll 7 sin Knlil.-l.-k-r 1 u. 72s
.s.mjntaii n lo n.i.i
vnitKMU.r 1 riour.
Village 1.8 o H7H Sterciiry 2 2 8H0
Hum h I I 841lloval . 2 2 878
Hoildule2 I 1 hi", (Vonmod'e. 2 4 7s7
Milage'.'. 4 2 8I4 n-ltldere . I 3 K88
I'atl-llllli' . 4 2 H43 llouleard.. 1 3 7nu
I'ri'iul' r I .1 B.'m Siiiipenk'n I .1 7'is
W, Hirhm. 3 3 Nii8 Harlem. o 11 74a
Hierdal" I 2 2 in.1
Noiint .mr Tot-iiMMrtT compi ETrn.
Oeraid 10 2 Bii.i Sforrla, W .11 10 882
Hi. Slary'a .11 n m71 Mclr.xe . 8 13 825
Uiicilii . 13 8 881 Crouiwcll I 8 1 7no
Auld(Ttie.I2 ! 844 do nwell 2 O 21 727
onn ir.i lows' niu. rot-BNiurNT,
Oold'nlt'd.14 4 l02IIFluke. 3 13 ll
(lothani. ..14 4 inili'Ncw York . 2 13 8M
HTlTIS laI.ANBMlTIU8 CIIMPLPTin.
Peerleia 2 4 HTIM'astl.lon 11 21 80.1
Kichni' nd 28 11 1124 Imperial 10 22 8114
Slaten Is'd 24 8 8t,s rolumbt 7 2.1 775
Aiuernan .18 14 8G4 lompklnsr. 3 2:1 774
Slarlon . 17 1ft HI2
r COUNTY TOl'aNAMEST,
America A. B o pi 1 Imperial ..s IC B22
I. luilableA.il I IHI TV. VII,. H ft 84
Aim rl a II ft 1 71 Twice Ten. 2 4 784
P.atOlllio. ft 3 P27 llenoy J 7 808
F. inliablu II ft :i '.'17 t'nlim . .2 8 701
S .illdard A. ft 5 812 T. V. V. A. ..1 7 761
Cinnamon .4 r. tiki Htnndaiil II u 2 782
1'uiMile 4 4 881
i-iTr.n0H lainnc.
Helictla 31 13 BOli Defender. 23 21 OHO
r.ici Ninr .11 1.1 87n Sladlaon. .18 28 8.1a
Acme No 3.30 14 H72 St Agnes ..IS 28 858
A.M.Nn.2 .".u 14 80s A.vU.No.3.14 Hll 781
,i ll,Vi'.l .'8 HI 11411'lotnwa III 34 78'j
Institute. 2il is hiirt.'Ihlstlo.. . 7 37 e82
I'MOI IIIU. ISUIMIIUlL TOl-nNAMISr,
Itanlcy. to 11 l7oKcnn(ll 3 a ias
Haticiiptein n -1 1H2 Klvarr. 3 r. ir.o
I'nllcr. 11 4 171 VN.il.cr .38 184
Kiiukin ft 4 nil i'ucbm l,. 2 7 162
li'i'iibinnk I a i.'.h Orierdorf 2 8- 14:1
lluttt-nba-fn 4 1 170
IIUIHIULVN novil, A8i-lNU I I lUUP.
Ilm llwh
II on, Ao.l. .sir. iroa, .nil, score.
H' Vi ( 1 fn.-'J 4 1117 ll-oiikltn 12 14 8.-.-I
Phl.ilp. J' 1 1M8 Wii Iruiig, ll 1,1 8.1s
iiPn. .1 1 Ii is Hi-forest 10 11 sail
l'.i.i N. .') 3 877 Hums dr. lo in 8811
iMhollg 2'l I Oil Wi'lc line. Ill 18 84B
li.iltnd Is a hiio Pro Paula 11 1,1 878
1 ern 18 III! (it'll Pl'lll 8 III P24
I.i-tr rtp . II 11 1'iiti iiiuimlck 7 11 818
It li.cene II 11 hii litem,, rt 7 in" 71m
Cncalth 1.1 11 87ii Palm a 211 781
I.'nulala'il.l I 12 4'i(iirnri ft 21 738
,1 F. Price 14 I.- 848 Fraternity.. 4 211 Tea
Fulton . l.'i II Mis Nnssau 4 ji 7u8
Alerl 13 11 p'.im Vdiioutl'ck, 4 .2 757
IlKOOWl.ts lMIMLS . II'IIVI.I.MI i.rini'1 .
Men trih 10 ' -.'in Alert 4 11 200
I'l letnn . 4 2111 Vlllfonl. .1 7 210
Kin 7 J.'.l llroiklin .1 7 -'40
I'm hlllgtll. T ft 2Hitihl.lliet I II 281
.Monogram ft ft 28.1
i.om i.i.tsn 1. or c. 1 . rt-iaa a,
HuihwickVViS 2 ino Logan W. . 8 in 022
OllcntVt. 1(1 ft 07.' KlluaCo.W ft 7 HliO
1'e.piod W 1. 883 Hr'krutIC, 7 11 uia
NaatauW.. T 8 HUH b. ll'k'n W. j n os
PWS OF THK !WHKEUrEN.
afvr AMATi.vns svspvsnnn fir Tiff!
. A . If. rrj,r, mdr POtl THE X. C. J.
Tom Cooper, the Noted Itacer, Think
Clinlrmnn (ierlncli of the Iluclnc Itonrd
I Itp Aa-nlnat the Ilenl Thlng-rrunty
TIII Hup League If He la Not Itelnatnlrd.
One petullar nspoct ol the raclnc situation as
II now slnnds Is that there are nbout rLxIj
riders who were amateurs laat year, but under
J., v. S. ruling nrn now professionals, whllo
tl PlrHtuiiillntr with the X ('. A. I that of nmn
tpura This was brought about br tho trans
fer of (-. At. llrtz of this city from tho amateur
to the professional ranks by the lncito in
spile of tho fact that tho manufacturer who
was supposed to employ him swore, that be
had neier been remunerated In nnr war. Tho
X, C. A. Ucclilnil that F.r'r. had boon unjustly
accused, ami permitted him to rid as an
amateur In :i number of races. At ttlfTer
ent times ho competed with two or
three score of League amnteurs. who were
Btra'ghtwny declared to bo professionals by the
J. A. W . and suspended besides for partlolp-it-Ing
In unsaii"tlonod races This action left the
League minus n number of atrontr amateur
drawing cards nnd nine them to the rival or
Banl7.Mlon Host of the amnteurs under tho
League bun are lo-al men. however, and, ac
cording to llnolng lloird officials, there Is plen
ty of mnterlnl up thaKtnte. Thn newL. A. W.
Hnelng Hoard Is arranging ft State circuit, nnd
so Is the X C, A. Hoard of Control. Tho League
representatives snv they have eight applica
tions for sanctions. The N. 0. A. mon are
keeping quiet, but promise that they will be
heard from Inter In the meantime both sldea
nro hustling for tracks.
Washington, 1). C , has a barroom for wheel
women. As It does not dispense cocktail or
mint juleps, it may be considered an Imitation
affair, but in other respects It Is a " euro
enough " saloo'i, where tho women may lean
against Hip bar nnd, with one font on a rail be
low, say " havj another." while they relate
road experiences between sips of birch beer
and " lemon sours " Tho place Is on Pennsyl
vania avenue, not far from the Capitol. It Is
fitted up In all important respects llko an
nnllnnrv bimwn, and was deslgnod to nttraet
blcrele girls. There Is nn onk bar, lilghlv po.
Isheil. whllo back of It, behind the bartender.
Is a big mirror in which the p-itrorisenn see If
thnlr hntM.iip on a' might The paraphernalia
of a Hrosdiviiy barroom nr to be found on all
sides. Seetiteen different kinds of non-al-cholle
drinks are served.
The opinion of Tom Cooper, the racing man
wboprcst.es I'tldle Itald hard for first place as
star of the cycling sk-r, concerning tho racing
situation Is annulled up In the following llm s
taken from a nersonnl letter to a friend In this
cltv " Would voit like to trade jobs with Fred
Oerlnch' t think ho Is up against tho leal
thing now "
At a regular meeting of the Executive Com
mitteeof the New ork State Division, L. A V ,
the following was adopted-
lle'nheil. That the F.ieutiic Committee nf the
New York flta'e Dol-lon hereto' Indorse Iheflrjtly
Collina till In iwn its 'An act tnpr'Uda for the
appnititmcnt of as'atc hlghwiv commission rorthe
Improionient nf the publla highirayj and to define
lta powers and dull, a '
This Is a bill drawn bvl)lie Hlnesof the
Hlghwav Improvempiit Committee appointed
by l'reaiileitt Keenan. Tho Id' differs little
from Jhe law now In force, except that It pro.
v-ldes (or the appointment of three Commis
sioners at $:i.0(Kl each
Hecanse Chairman (lerlach of the Racing
Hoard supported Karl Peabody the amateur
racer, who was declared a professional bv ox
Chnlrinnn Mott, in his efforts to be restored to
nmatpur stmdlng. it has been predicted tint
PcnbndVs case will be quickly taken up In- the
new board nnd this alleged errnrof the Mot t
rcglmecorrect'-d Chnl-mnn Oerlnch nld ves.
terda that he would not vote In tho board on
that case, lipcaiihe he had henn the legal ad
viser of l'enbodv and had prejudged the facts
He desired to be fair, he dee'ared, nnd while he
would sit with the board upon thennpenl when
it Mini's up he will tefrnlr from voting and
leave tin' decision lothe other lle members
This Is n commendable stand fnrthe Chairman
totake. The gn'ieral opinion s that Peabody
will soon be declared nn amateur again
Tom Cooper Is reputed to be worth nearly
$40,000. which he has acquired during the
four icars thut he has been-on the cycle track
When he began to race he was a drug clerk
with a small salary He hail good financial
advisors In Detroit, and he now holds J'J'J 000
worth of telephone Mnok, which pais him
Sl.flOO annually A capitalist of Detroit Inst
fall lot Tom in on a lime company that was
being organized for all that he could scrape to
gether, which was Si.O(K). A month after tho
company caino Into existence Coonor -vas
offered $'J0,(iO0 for his Interest, but refused It
His judgment has slneo been indicated bv n
still greater Increiiio In the advanco of tho
stock.
Peter I'runty. the announcer, who was sus
pended ny ex-('liairnian .Mott of the lineing
Hoard foroftb'InlliiK In his professional capacity
nt the unsanctioned six-tluy race, is threaten
ing to sue the Ijenguo tin Ihs he he speedllv rein
stated Prunty arguiis that it would bo us sen
sible for the llaeing Hoard to suspend the ticket
takers, the band. the reporters nnd everyone
who dlil nnr kind of work at tho event.
Prunty's grievance nnd basis for n suit is that
if it had not been for his suspension he would
have been appointed announcer for tho coming
military carnival at MhiIikgii Square Garden, at
which the athletic nnd Pielbigevents w'll bo
under sanction of the A. A, C and I,. A. W. It
s expected that Chairman (ierlach will rein
state Pmnty at an early date.
While a vast number of applications for road
records nnd meritorious performances have
been submitted lo the Century Itoad Club of
America for recognition, tho committee has ex
ercised great judgment In noceptlng only the
achievements that are supported by strong
evidence of getiuineLPSs. Chairman Faraday
announces that the following records h.io
been accepted
New York-Albany, Arthur S. Taylor, Nw York
city, male Hcpt 17, tsosj time, lftilu on. ft Paul
Tonka lontury toursc, IV 11. Dunn, ht Paul, niade
tint. H, k'h: lima :l7inn. Ht. Paul-'lnnka. double
entun . W. II. Minn, St. Paul, made Oct. 8, n, 1m;,hj
time, Ifts'll-isi Ht j aul Tonka triple ceiitnry, w.
II. IiIjoii, 8 laid made Oct. 8. n, 18118, time,
28 55:00. Stlnneapnll. Northnetd century loiirxe,
C. 11 Vandnht of, Minneapntl., made Sept 0, laus;
time, fl:48:no Fir s -mile Missouri 8uite record, A.
Joe Henlev. Kau.aa City, mad" July lo, 1808, timo,
2:52:25. One huutlritl. mile Sflaaourl Btai rctortl,
A. Jof lli nb-y Kan.a.O ty, mnde.Ialy 10, 1808: timo,
8-21 31, Chitug i-Mdwauki-e, tautlem ri cord, I tank
ll, lark ami John II Andrewa, Chlia.'o, mado July
lo. laus; time, ft:.i7 on. Chk-ain Milwaukee, and
leturn.laudein record, Trank ll. Clark and John II
Andrews, male Juli 10, 1808; time, 12. .:o 1,0.
Mcago-Llbertyillle-VV'atikiegan century emu-no,
tandem reran), FraukO Clark and John U. Andrewi.
made Aug. 14. Inns, time, Kaio 00. Salluas-Ban
Framltco and return, I.oula SI. Palti-rson, tiallun
lal., made July 31, ltniSi time, 20:08. 00.
Kdwln Opdyke, Omaha, has rtceiiod a meri
torious medal lor riding the tlrst "quint" cen
tury. July "J, :i, 4, 1K.H. Time, IHI liours. K. ,1.
Porter. .New inrk city, has received a merito
rious ined.il for rltling from New York to Chi
cago under most difficult circumstance, Nov. Ii
toDee. 1, INkS.
The marvellous gmwth of cycling In this
country is creating w lib-spread Intorest among
riders in l.ngland. The Ixmrion FMii com
ments on this matter as follows:
" It Is churncterlstio of thn Americans, nnd
goes to proMi how prautu-al they are as n na
tion, that bicscilnu has become even more 01 n
national pursuit in tho I'nited States than it
is with us nr In 1'iatice, or, indeed, nny other
couutrv This Is nil the more to tho credit of
the Americans vvhun It is considered how vast
ly Inferior I hell-Minis arc to I note which exist
in many I.uropenn countries. So great a hold
hus Dicycllng taken on thn population of tlin
Htutes thnt it is about to become the levei for a
thorough regeneration of the loads of that
country and lortheeoustructioii of uewnues A
moiement In aid of good roads has been grow
ing year by year, nnd it has now uttaiiied a
power mill intlui-ncethat will soon make them
helves felt and ere long bring nbout the tie
slrod rernrins An annual convention of bicycle
manufacturers und the inakeis of all other
klndsot vehicles nnd ciurlngos isnowptojected
for tho advancement ol road making through
out the I'niti'd hint s lliiefly, tlie hcheme put
lorwiirtl Is that the various Htatt-s should build
trunk roads extending north anil .outh and
east and west through each Mate. These roads
should bo constructed at the expense r.f each
Htntu Then It nou.il devolve upon the counties
toi'onstruet county toids, which would intpr
seet the tiutu ro ids wlih vvhlcll they desire 10
mnkb connections. Thn towns would then
have to isiutuhiilii their share bv projeiting
and building new roads to complete thn sis
tern ami give uccess to the mum arteries In
this way there would be throe or four govern-mt-ntal
factors working with a common end in
view, nntuoly. the croatloi of highways, and
the labor nnd cost would thus lie lalrly dis
tributed "I was greatly Impressed with the benellt
derlred by women fro n cycling In- a slorv
about an experience of hr tin: niv sister told
me." says u llrooklyu ildct It lllu'iiniea
nptly how the tport tcuthos women io lie cool
headed. qul"k In oluiirvntlo'i and notion and
make them beif-rellalit Mi sisiet was wheel
ing down !cherinerlior'i street and had mst
imsied a pony cart in which wa a woinan with
several joung lillilit-n At about ihr nine
herwiieel passetl the pony, he hivan to toss hi.
head and wander Irregularly about on .he
strest. I.oo.ing back the cyclist saw that one
teln was caught under Hie end of iho shait
Ihe woman In tho curt was thorough)! dio
traid. bii oould not control tnu ntiimul and
she dared not tear the ohtldrtn alone In the
vehicle while she got nut to attend to the fret
ting pony. There wero several men on the
sidewalks, but no one started to the reeue be
fore tho cyolist had turned and wheeled back,
calling to the driver to keep quiet nnd sho
would fix matters. The wheelwoman rode
elrnlaht to the pony's head, unloosed the rein
with one hand nnd then wheeled calmly off to
do hor shopping, while the men who had wit
nessed tho Incident called after her that the
was 'all right,' 'real stuff and similar offhand
compliments. Th value of the happening as
nn Illustration Is In the fact that before eho
took to wheeling my lter who exhibited inch
coolns nnd readings was as timid and ner
vous a little woman as ever I saw. hhe wa al
most hysterical In orosslnge, street, but now
she does nor mind threading her war on a
wheel along the most crowded thorough
fares." NOTES.
The first big race meet of tho aeaaon near Mew
York will be on Jun 17 at Manhattan beach, whoa
a l.-.on aweep.likea handicap at two mile will bo
tho feature. 1 hll will ho tho laat moot on thoHtato
circuit or tho nrxanlratlon. Ihe flint racing that haa
been arraugi d will be ou May 20 at Ambrose Park.
The annual 1111 eting,iit the Cuiadian Wheelmon'a
Ai-nrlatinn will beheld on Marrh .11. Thelrotacor
will bt clcitod. and arrangemeiita perfeited for the
management nf the world championship mooting
to be hi Id In Atuotst.
The annual election of orucra of tho Brooklyn
Die; rle Club will be held en April 11.
'1 he dat-s for the annual cliamplonahtp race In
Oermany have been aet fur Aug. 27 and Hnpt, ,1,
llcorgt Hanker, the American profeea onal, who la
now nu the Continent nn a racing tour, propooo tl
ictnaln In luripe another iteaaon.
The tlh.iticial report of the Touring Club of France
for sn7 and isiik allows an In-nmoof 1201118I and
ciiiinilltune jeo.noo. leaving a nrpliis or :io,non
The uuiirtirly meeting nf tho Hoard of Officers of
the Ne- Voi. Statt dlvis ou nf the L. A W. will k
heltl la Alliali) on Mulch 2ft
'Hie amateur r.tlera In Kngland can compete for
long dtet-iiice honors thia aeaaon, an open twenty
four hour race having hi en scheduled lor July 22
and 2.1 ou a trackViear London,
The bicycle riders In Springfield, Mm , hav
hainled toitetl er and aubmltted petition to tho
Hoard of Diiectora of tho atreet railway company,
seeking the pritllege to carry wheels on atreoi can.
ri'AO.V KILLS ALT. Ills JIlltDS.
Detent Eight Kxpert Wine Shot In th
Rlvcrtnn Oun Club' Tourney.
D, A. Upson won the handsome loving cup at
tho sixth annual open live bird tournament on
the grounds of the Rlverton Gun Club yester
day by tho unusually high score nf 07 out of a
possible 100 Tho conditions governing the
rnco. which was the feature of the day's shoot
ing, wero 100 llvo birds, entrance fee $100.
Thirty-four birds to be shot on No. 1 grounds
aid thirty-three each on ground No. 2 nnd
Xo. ft. The moneys to be divided as follows:
Trophy and 40 i er cent, of total weeptk to
sinner, 2ft per cent, lo eecond, 18 per cent, to third,
10 per cent to fourth and 10 per cent. re.rvd by
the club forexpen.e of trapping.
Tho race was deefdod In a steady downpour
of dreary rain, which made the work of
the shooters particularly disagreeable. The
weather conditions troubled the hooters In
tho Inst half of the race, and a raw. equally
wind from the southward, which at times
swept across the plateau at the rale of thirty
miles an hour, rendered them still more un
comfortable. The dark rain clouds that drifted
acro-s the sky mado a background almost the
color of the birds The cold air made many of
the birds slow, and. although there were some
screamers In the lot, they were not scattered
well, and Finlettnr nnd Welch drew far and
nwny the largest percentage of duffers
All three spts of traps were used and Parke.
Davis and ltoberls were compelled to shoot the
last thlrtv-lhieeof their et rings In the teeth of
tin driving gale Ibis handicap proved too
much for Dr.vis. as the rain spattered on his
eyeglasses and made It nil but Impossible
for him to distinguish the fast-flying birds.
He w Ithdrew from the contest af tortile ninety
fourth round
(living to the inclement weather the Xew
York contingent of experts were conspicuous
by their. licence ' Hob " Welch was the only
lepre'ontatlveof tho Carteret Gun Club In the
race, although other momhors of that organl-y-iilon
xvpip on the grounds. Tho boundary
was thirty mr s
Tim tnonevs weio divided as follows, after
the hniiilsomo silver trophy wns presented to
thevvlnner- 1'pson, JW0; flnletter and Ilob
erts. SU'J.fiO each: Parke. J 135. nnd Hnrker.
$1") Thesuores
H V t'nanii, Rlverton G, C . 30 yard A". M.
2-'t 12 222.'2 22222 2122" 22.'2 2.1 J
22222 22J22 12222 2222I 22222 2ft 0
22.'.'J 21222 iflii 222J2 22222 25 0
22222 22222 2212 22222 21222 24 1
Totala 9T 8
Ij. Tlnletter. Itlvertnn n. C, 2a yard
51122 2221 - 2t222 2222 22222 2S 0
22222 2.-222 12222 0222(1 22222 23 2
22102 22222 22222 22221 12122 24 1
22212 22222 12220 22122 22222 24 1
Total" . Rt
W II Roberta. Keystone O. c 28 yards
lllll 1113121211 lllll 12211 34 1
12111 lllll 21122 11112 11212 25 O
12JI2 12222 2111 12112 11211 24 1
2I1IJ 12102 11110 lllll 11121 23 2
Tetvls 07 "
W. h. Parke, Hiverton O. 0.. 2P yarda
1122 12211 1211 11221 20222 23 S
21111 12111 21222 12112 22211 2,1 o
lllll 12-21 OV2J 2111 22211 22 8
122J2 22222 21222 1222' 22122 24 1
Totals in 7
J. II. Birk-r, IPrerton Q.C., 28 yarda-
21122 22121 2o-l 222M --it2 is
1121 22122 21212 2222 12221. .'.".'.".". -I'i 2
21221 22222 122.'1 12212 lllll . . . 2ft (I
12222 10212 21221 00121 01211 21 4
Totals y2 R
It. A. W. lch, Carteret O. C . 3o yarda
21212 22222 22212 22112 21222 21 0
21222 21222 22222 22212 22'2 33 1
22222 -222 22222 22222 22222 28 2
2122 2022 22201 22220 22112 20 ft
Totals ni "JJ
K. Hunter. Riierton O. O , 27 varda
22212 22211 22221 2110 12022 22 3
22222 2022 22112 22221 11122 31
112112222 22222 22012 0212 22 !l
22211 21212 2222 22012 12201 22
Totals go jj
J. Heiter. Hiverton O. C, 27 yard
110J1 2222 20112 21222 21122 23 3
22222 22212 1(121 1221 20121 21 4
121(11 2122 12121 11212 02121 '22 3
22112 12022 2212 22111 21222 2.1 2
Totals SH 12
Julian Pavie Rlverton O. c. 27 yards
232UI 20211 22222 12112 21212 ".I 2
21111 11121 22212 10212 1221 "1
12221 22121 11 ail.' 00111 21221 22 II
1222 12113 2102 2112 Withdrew HI 3
Totala. .. al io
Ucad out of bounds.
Largo It n try for the Kentucky Trotting
ruturitv.
IjKIINOton. March 18. The entries nro com
ing In so rapidly for the Kentucky Trotting
Horse Hreoders' Association t'-'O.OOO futurity
that Secretary Wilson announced this afternoon
that tho list will bo the largest slu-o IS i:t, ail
1.017 nominations hnvo already been received
and onough more nro expected to make, th
total number of entries nbout 1.100. Tho
largest nominators aro.J. Hrook CurrloA-Co.
ISO: Mrs YV K I), htokes. Xew lork.-1'Jj Wal
nut Hill l'nrm,.'il. ami Allen Knrm. -io,
Tho most unusual nomination is that of tho
estnte of Commodore J. Mulcolm l'orbns, Hos
ton. which names Xnncy Hanks, -J-04,wltli foal
to W. C Whitney's Imported stallion M,ddlor,
this being the tlrst murn so bred over entered
In this stake. Other noted mares which have
been named am Alex. 'J.o:t',, with foal to Hahlo
Wilkes; lantasy. " mi, with foal to Dare Devil.
J 0.1's, ami Heueetta. U oil'., with foal to
1'atcheti ilkes. All tho entries will not be In
before tin) middle of next .week, as many aro
expected from Callfornln and otherfar Western
btntes
JSnott.smnn'8 tGooau.
"THE SPALDING"
Mark mHL.
Represents the 4mtejnjcrfffl
One Standard Mj
of Quality in SK
Don't Be Deceived
The Spalding Official League Bail
is the adopted ball of the National i
League and must be used in order
to make the games official.
Each ball is wrapped in tin foil,
packed in a box, and guaranteed I
to stand the test of a full game.
Accept no substitutes. ,
If a d.abr does net . arry Spvltlinr's '
MM ti ii.miiIj la atet k semi join na ae
and .Itblre-a t us and hi, tee fer a ,-tipy I
nt .mi ban Isiii'ii-ly Illustrated catalogue.
,1. G. NpjIJin; k Urns., i .Spildiiij.ilUiull Co., I
138-1,10 NauauBt, I :i-3.'l W. 4:dSI. I
'porwrann' Goote. jSportgmnn'a miU.
67C0RTUHDTST. Z.ITstoui jju? III NASSAU ST. 1 1
orMivfi.v iv 8.N0 ROD'TH. -jydfJL Q.B.t.lT..oiy -
N A I Ij T It II rfltt dl1lls&M OVrT -SPORTINQ GOODS... -
Opening Sale of Athletic Clothing
FOR THE COMING WEEK we will make a display of BICYCLE
AND ATHLETIC WEARING APPAREL of surpassing I
High duality, Variety, and Low Price.
Now is the time for you to think of these things and we are determined
that your first impression of our 1899 line shall be FLATTERING TO
US and SAFE FOR YOU to follow. ;
p-s Braided Bicycle Uniforms.
irS. I IsIm N'ent. natty and new In rienlen and trim: every detail of
4 I4I1 Ki l wnrk-mnnihlpPEKFEOT. Finest Imitation Tan Covert Cloths ,
Hi Bi fi A of extra vvearlnir nunlitr; nssorted ahades and stylos and ,
4 " f "jBlr " color of braid: inllltnry or roll collar: two pockets In coat. ,
1 I w" ' 1 three In pnntH. Theo suits wo claim are worth $tJ 00 In any ,
tf Jr r other Oreator New York store: complete with cap, ci IO
i Ji ' I '-r our price 3)0.09
X I 1 vl . nr.PELI.ANT CLOTn 8DIT8. Navy Blue or no
T k?f4 f fr" Hrown, as above, with cap 1iVO
f llr Ju GENUINE COVEUT CLOTH SUITS. Tan oolor: C Cfi 4
T L W VA superb finish, cap Included; plain $7: braided JO.iJU .
X S V, J PLAIN SUIT, fine Drown Ilepellant Oloth. for no .
a -- hard wear and dusty roads; worth fS.SO 5.VO J
I TC& Fancy Racing Suits. flfflfli i
JJ iw lirlcht now Roods: no moss crown styles: fore- KSiIaWjBT?B
T v WiftKlK nuarterdealrn in Nile irreen and plnlt: perpendlou- HBKAiV
T SK&WkV Inrdeslcn: three pieces; blue and white: American KivVjCjw '
T LWxy ,1,lc design and others: all attractive in CI l( miuWmmlul
Jr KjtBT Kootlntiality eoodsi youroholceat spi.sjw KtUMHH
X L SrA otK WOUHTEI) HACINO SUITS comprise the WSafm '
X ZirfiS I widest ranire of desiens and colors ever C-l -iR WmfjKIr '
PWlidH I "how" Prices from $10 down to wu.yo OKaMl '
Mgift4 BICYCLE TROUSERS. mB
i'lne Shepherd Plaid, of medium Ilsht welnht. with strap bottom BBo 3
Hold as bar;aliisolsewhereat 1 50. Hame. with Kersey CutT Bottom B8o
I flSSk61 ase")a Uniforms. :
X sSLlltl?3K'JTjir5l2 ur .Tunlor Club Suit The createt value
X SIlaEEfctiSMSra3r everouered Inawell-made complete outfit. i
&Zffi?jiElrp" '--'sSt?S:J9 Heavy cotton uood. which will stand lone J
X rC?tj?yTrojrrjA)lP 0 "('', an( stronsr make-up to match.
tS3pW?fflBjtSi'iiiv Laced or button shirt; pants full padded;
r ajl3 iro'XtBlwVraftSsl Boston or Chleaso braided cap to match: J
T ffisfy&l Psiw!BlfWSEtwJi8y two-button cotton web belt, any color: heavy . .
I (CX rHrS!wt&wi ribbed full black hose: LETTEKING FIIEE ,
t wwSrrK:fiS9S?ya oiosVrT,,"h'-' let,ers; ouu $2.50
i tL-y -1SaJjifll I liTI V Clubsof 9at $2.25.''
X ALL WOOL OUTFITS AS ABOVE (Clubs of 0 at $3.25). a0 X
LeacueSult. heavy wool (Clubsof I. $5.00) '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.!.'.!'.'.'.!"!!!! B4JO
Gymnasium Clothing. muTCMAjroooLFCAw. .
i sjffi'fri vtor Price $:)00; our cut ...... S
ffltXdm Prl" S1.00 i.f P-S?ia,..(it, ln Blue nepellant Cloth irejtu-
T fPifTvl ooc. value file e
&8mW MORTON RUPP0RTEI.8. iTA'Ii?1'r.n1n p951Y,At,Rco,eJ1 Tweed". V6fsted o
X KSitflrSia 20e- ratfpv nnvviwri S.-rneck Hnl Plaid Caps, which were 50c. and
X lffiR53J ' rJAli,r. JIUMNI1SO i&c.nowat 30c
Z W&Wtt PANTS, striped, value 8o.. tfVk tiinra
i R3 BJfl our price B5c; others. 23r. " '
9L our Pr'0"' B5c,! TURNER Trom a larne line of out and In door
k " PANTS. OHo. and 81.4S. ?i?,rVincr.i"ll?,,",sJTS,I"?1'ct,.'or this week
a NtvRat.2Rm run sz.10 t'en'ni iTnE?,E.P.ow,?uAt8.IVMo3,cl I
, New line o! all worsted, alternate stripes, mcvri.K ANI nnt.p lio.SK. .
larae variety of finest colors. PLAIN ,ul , ..
BWEiiTEUS, fancy trim. OSp. up. -For this week, a special assortment of A
s . ,. ,, , fine knit, full fashioned (roods nt about
I CLUBS SG,etouurr18peVa1d PRICES T T1:.. & if
X Largest Line of Bicycles and Sundries in N. Y.
X THE INGERSOLL DOLLAR WATCH IS GUARANTEED
07 COrtTr,ANT-SSTOIlKS-Ill NASSAU ST3. ',
HARTFORD TIRESl
.Rome salesmen mpv tell you that the tires on the wheel he Is trylna- to sell you I
are juht as irood as Hirtfords." " "" $
Poor satisfaction to you, thoiieh. If his Judement Is bad and the tlree prove I
troublesmiB or Kive uut when you are far from home. prove bh
1 There Is a bit' difference In tires, too. Do you know that the same fTnrf .. I
riulred ti drive a wheel lltte.,1 with poor tlrealen n.iles, hou would "ake't near; I
welvelfll tiresvvereriitht? It N a fact, thouch. Suppose you ride for five or six
' aUhe end the rl.'ute!" " " r ' " " WfU'd 'k ,,retty l0nB """ w?re
1 whlloTa1oorart'r2 lsr"Iie.!din:r'nC0 ' ,hat """ th hils ",8 proferty called "life." I
In a good tire the walls of fabric nnd rubber surroundlne the core of oom-
pressed air lend easllv 1 very pebble, every rouu-h place In th' i-oa 1 sinks IntS the
tire. The road uvmi to be sninot her. Poor tires cannot oordom tn ths ,i?3 I
quickly because harsh f.ibrle is made stirrer by beli'ilr s rJounded "witubbe?foadSd I
Sn'iiSr.ww? MeT ,o c"ea,,pn A iot r " -.ted .;r.rpe.y I
I fabrf. -f. I
tSSS(X erthvlniim I
! THE HARTFORD RUBBER WORKS COMPANY, !
i HARTFORD, CONN. . ' 1
97 CHAMBERS ST.. NEW YORK. I
" Hade In New York City 80Il,on without re-oiiinB. The nzies of both
CA1CC TUIMI'llVT-' wI,"0,l,,,ridthecrank.axla nro hollow from end
SAVCS THINK NQ T-t spaces i, packed anf
, .. . . I absorbent wick, which issaturated with sufficient'
Manhattan Slorn Rroolljn Morti A ttll l?$L ''VaVi'h. nf1lV'" '"k1" fu,llirl-r'00m'''2
. i L..i kj ti. ., i-i ni. i ,. ,"olenfnr the end of oach axle permit the V
"' t-au 4r1eS-trh tli 4,'.LFl.?t.brn,l'1 !" " to b0 ,Irnwn tl,rol'el' s It Is required. As the '
' I J. Wtt 1'J.ilh M. UiC HfJrtirJ t. balls revolve centrlfucal attraction e... fh. ?t fe
i ", SlS1" ,16 mim) fee' ,h .r.nToJlat'?. My. Tpr n cap k
ar on;xrnd8of,he-,e--n'-i
(rt Tlin nbovp Is one of tlio many distinctive features of WolfT-Amerlcan Cycles A
V few other aro: tho Etwntrlo Chain adjustment; SpritiR Tempered Frnmel Patent I
Jv) Interior Ilrnke; Patent Hub Buttonhole Spoko Dovico; Patent Prdnl. S
1jvi'&Qjrz cj, - g tf fr'ge g -aQ 3 -p ,- s? ,, eti99l
sssssssSs sssSssss SSssSit)t)a)jt
ThcWhoolfornWomani
I tvvmmtmttmkvatm & We liave bc(n workini; toward an Ideal It
PBirPPriBTm b'!e for ladies' ridint; for a good many
II WB"I B tafl 0 m vears' ''"""tJtous worth all the effort t
UHiLyoLilS m rket for tl,e smon of w our ud'' I
t mnvniirf, M C,,A,NLESS CRESCENT No. 18
X fc f5K We don l bel"ve we can improve on It
lfclswffi next ynr or ,l,e Mr "er, and we are
-ssLjjffiflg- strivini: to improve our wheels all the X
Adult' Chain Models, $35. t'",en,1tV' r . ,
. h'.',n'1. f,'r ctlone. I.lllnir all about our
Bevel Qear Chainlcss iiJjf;icr.K.ni.,aiM.b,,- Thec.r.'oV th'I
Z Models. $61). WESTERN WHEEL WORKS
X "A WAIinitJf ST.. NKW YOHK X
iVss44tVsVsVVVVsV4VAAAAjkjLj.jVa....jv.... X
PEWTOBI BX01TCX.es.
rNitKsriti:ii rcTifi.N sai.i:
Tlinrsttai ami rrttlar. Mar Ii 3.1 and 21, it 1 1 n'clnok
a. li.lai.ii sttit. a.i Warren t . mr.rhnrrh at.
I.. llllsKI.I. A- til., At t ll)M.l:il.
Sule vtiU ctiiuprise in pait over f
400 FENTON BICYCLES. j
Fust time rvir nfli r tl to he mild tin ai. All
Ni-, lll.'heal lll.tlr i .,u.mih,i Will ...o mt lu.ln '
,N.llii.N vl an, ..lira tinen titli-r makes of Hi . i
i Ihs alio Talitlt tus in tl ia .alf
Al.u 1111,11 I, l( V.III .IIVKSII.I. l-( i.ks.
Wlitplaon pililbltiou Viiutisda. Man-li ,"J I
IIAsr.ll.tl.t, VMroitllH N v pi.. I
liwi-st iirnet. lll.iiot itrnili'a Siiui, s and
Catalouiie. J
WILLIAM WOOD, 27 W. I25lh St., N. Y.
i
t.t.T. '?: ' T.T syosysysyoo ssj
10.000 Cycles, $15 Up.'
.All, MAK1S sSl) Itrxuni.l' Tirtvs Ti-fT
IlAlllFOItlH. NKW lllir.NSWICK INIIIAVa" vV
win; lUMinoN HOIK MAN-r aY.hs t'lK7y
LCJANDORF&C0.9
Fuiidings -"l W.'.VJWr.T.
'i'.P.ioinri.typ.
: "When cupid cycles" I I
I price cuts little or no figure, H
, but cool, calculating busl-
nc.ss men and women will
wonder why, with popular
1899
BICYCLES
J th0 so yaar old tvfogls-
AT $40
. anyono should think of pay-
ing from $50 to $75 (or
', inferior or experimental
wheels.
I w
I RAMBLERS AT JIVO ARB THB
; DEST RAMDLGRS EVER BL'ILT.
NO BICYCLE IS WORTH MORG.
NONE AT A LOWER PRICE CAN
BE RAMpLER ORADE.
Fret eataagut.
Cmll etnd set the tvhttU.
cormuyV'jefrEry
w w MFC. CO.
New York-ICIII 10 04J Htli st.
NesrKHthat.
BROOXLTM-342 ami .14 FI.ATHCSI! AVU
AOKST8-
LKXINOTON OYCI.Fj CO..
Cor. 31at at. and I.sxliiktton ae , N T
FltKO IIFIl I',
1 180th t. and Kill av. . S T
s4sts4s4444s4
? ICSTAIIMSIIKI) 1891. 2
LEADERS THEN-LEADERS NOW. I
ODIt LINK t
i Crawford Wolff-American,
o Barnes Stcnrns Dayton J
J.lCYCIjfl'S. I
S1 down :
X AND $1 PER WEEK
V or Proportionate Month); Pai-nirnts.
X J8D9 Mttdcli Itrailr tor Prompt Deiltrerj. J
t EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
X (In Saoio Term.
I The EanitablG General FroTidlne Co.
X (" K. O. V. CO.")
X 9 B'WAT (3d Moor, Colombia Blrte.) t
2 H2S B'WAV (3d lloor, Town.end Bide), i
J (Corner 26th t.)
X 104 MONTAGUK ST., BrooklTD.
X Op.n Monday VTenloc Call or write
ss44ssssssssss4j
OPENING OFFER.
mmt "Central" 2Wx2tCn).r.leth.r
AffMtgS coT.red, achromatlo Una, In
uilfftlUffCr clndlnzone double plateholder.tl.09
MjS35!?-j Central 4x5 5 Camera .10
" 'li1 r "Central- Film Tamer. 8Hx8H,
gia for btiUVeye film 4.59
flltt Hand llurnlaher, tl Inch . 3 00
g Plte Holders, 4in, to nt all cam-
I VI era . . ,M
f Print Boilers, n Inch SO
' Tripods, .lldlnti, id
Wide ABfl.Len.m, 8iHi .... ., RCO
Cuiana and Photo Material of Ererr Descrlptloa
at Manutaclurera' Prjoea.
Eye Glasses, Spectacles.
OOULIVrS' PBESCniPTIOSB AHPECIALTT.
Factoir oa premise. Careful and Corraot Wort
Guaranteed.
U. NEHRING-.
1 EA8T42D BT. OPEN EVEny(ll
STERLING
Ucst In the World.
Chain Wheels, $50; Chainlcss, $76,
GALES
Dn.qualled t the price, tin.
CYCLES.
SCH0VERL1NQ, DALY & GALES,
32iBROADWAY.
5,000 TIRES $1.50 PAIR.
TOth alight Imperfection-, .time aro rough, aits.
.Vacolored, but nothing that .pod. waring iuiittu.
Newton.. ;l pair; Urunsnrlck. 4, Until, 1 1 M.
W..5.-B; Hartford, limft. 5.7r,, im .4 Thaw,
!4; Uodgman, 3.70j Hartford 2ds, ,1 75, I.i-aciN
4 RO.
BICYCLES fiS TO SS35.
Largest Hue hlch grade ryrle. In rltt
Niagara, 17..'.0, Toledo, (1.,, .Hup "il tl Klmurel,
ttO.f.O; Crescent, $:,; Mjracudi. S III. Erie, 1 Si
Elmore. (10.
HMALL pnOFIT, QUICK BALES, 111 M01T0.
WILLIS itVK CYCLE CO., r,.,ft.nn?."l
CRAWFORD
BICYCLES
80LD ON EASY PAYMENTS AS LOW AS
$1 PER WEEK.
IURdUNB FOIt CsSII.
Durant McLean & Co.,
2B Broadway, N Y, 1213 Iledfttrtl a , Brooklj.
HENLEY
GOLF BALLS
A Lnrica Stork Alwnjs Carried bj
BAMUKL IIUCKLKY A CO.,
100 tVUllnm Rt., Nntr York CUT-
Agent for Henler Telegraph Co., Ltd., London, Enf.
1
pETKR C. KEI.LOGO, Auctioneer.
L1KOE BUEEDINO AND TItAININO STUD
AT AUCTION.
Tueiaaj-nd Wednesday, March 21 and 11, Hi
commencltiK each day at in o'clock,
on the farm of the owner.,
POTTS & rAI.THHXB. Tlcomleroga, N. T.
Thla eatabllshment, eonaistinsof 74 hor.... .'ill
tile for harneaa racing, road limine, and breelii.-,
lllbe clo.ed out entire, together with ull.i.
ran, harness, boot., farming I .o. ano roatlun.rr.
The farm of 4:m acres will also be uttered , ,
The horses include the get of llaron Will, r ll
Medium. Anti eo. (iuy Wllkea, Itiimor, Arntotl". I'i
Utor. Hidnry. Pandit Ant uno. etc
To arm eat theopenlngof the atle It wllllen"
ry lo be at TIcoiulrrnKa or t Iciniti Ihn night .ror.
Catalogue, at 107 .Inhn at. New York
lKTKIt C. KKI.I.IMSfi,Anctlon.r
1'tllt MAI K AT
DURLAND'S RIDING ACADEMY
MTU ST nndCENIItAI I'ABK W F.4T,
a rhoice t otiaignmiiii -i
All the fashionable Osit.
inquire of W. Dl'IILANIi
STABLE tn let. three storl... fnr 80 hnr.
wagons, with eleatnr lr.rt West ,lti .t . b.lwe.
flthand ;th ae. Apply 34 WFMT nlST
V ANTEI) A good, light. .! ond hand lump "t,
" with harness, iiui.t be in g.ud oi l'-r A laresi
P. O. box ir.7. Yonlers. N Y.
, 1
Of Inlrirst tn rrnfi-asnr nnd Trniher..
What Is that rlai.. In the mum units t . w1 i 'i '"-J
must address J ourself to till rnur n In ! It i. tll
wliKh u iitliiptiM tl of ti ittets of Till "'i
Ifyon i-nusiilrr tliln tor a in lieu t.nir nr
aonal ol servaiinn niiist .inihiii it-trinb Vm" i
ur iharati-r in time part, will lnit.itea moment 1
contlrm il.Ailv.
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