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V THE SUN, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1809. 9
U 31KADY FOR THE BROOKLYN H PJtoarKCT or a rixn rn:i.n von WW GttArESXSll'S lhtS.Sl.lt I'.VKST, H Elfhtoen Crisrk I'erfnrnirr Nmnril In (In B In Ihn llnndlcnn -Noted Twii.Yenr-Olit H flprlntera to Mre-l In thn Kxprrtnllnn H Fttnkes (ieioil l:ntrlcs In Other llirnts. jH Tho metropolitan racltie venue rliiinc to- E day from clfturintiuo liut fnr-illstniit Mnrrl Wmt Fark to prnctlcnl ami ennenlcnt (liawm'iicl. ja JlorKomon ninl rru'ecnoro Kcnuriilly nrmm tho H nnnin platform In tliflr ndinlrntlnn n( tlio H Iironklyn lliindle.tp. nml wlion tlmt nlil-tlmo jH event l o.-illoil tn-ej.iy tlioro will proKibl) bo H ono of tlio liluRot promt oor noon In ntti'iul- B unco, Pino wrntlior. n eunul track ami tlio 1 laruest lleM Rinoo Drv Monopolo won finm M- K tt on opponents In S8T niiilTciinrfium twenty H rlvnls In 1W1 nrn tlio likely Ineentlven, nml M there li Hit la. doubt that, unless sonic of thpso W voii'titlnns chance', tliu ment will ln wortji tlio jB patronage iH Since tlio hlRtnilcraec wnsflit run In 1887 H tt tins rarely precnte1 nueli an open appear- WM ance, nml experts will fl ml It no easy tank to WW pick tlio winner. Willi last j ear's winner. H Ornament, an nlisoiitpp, Hen llnllailay, who PH then mn xeenntl, will Hhouliler the topwelcht. ,jjl Thn 1i!k bar sou of lliinoior Mtillio li. linsnot IH rnceil In putille hIir'o ho won the crnntl so- IH nneneo of tho three his events at Morris l'ark IB Inst fall, but lila work for t i-tliir' raen has IB lieen dntlsfaclnry to his tinlner. timl lieise. IB t'ctni to ko tho route in 'Jim or hotter lie IB! will ! nihlen hy Taial, who N now showing Hi Iwtter form In tlio soihllo than ho has elmm In IB) two yearH .1. W, Schorr A Sou's lho-ear-o!l Jl cult hy Topgallant Equality, which Is rateil l(B peeoti'l licst hy tho lintnlKipper, hes 1'i-eu in JM wtroiiR work since tho winter, hut Ins public Mb form siti"o he came l'n"t has not boon ila't.'i- W I UK. Mill tho horde's trials how tint he Is In jjfl form, ami no one iilspulns his class when lie Is just on i dec lie will hn piloted by H tho Western epnrt. Tommy llin n I'inl; H Coat, another Western candidate, comes I next In order He is in at tin- mo leiate wlulit H of 114 pounds, and, with Sims In the saddle, B will liuton followint:. (In the same m. ill. with B thu l.eonatuscolt in J l!oden' lUr-yvnr-nM campaiKiier, Hon do Oro. by l.aynit il'llr-llolla B Donna. Ills imminent Aqueduct and Morns M I'orK entltlex him to respect ami his followers B will probably lm much more vonlMent with X bputictir up instead of (II earv. ', Atinut the bust public tilal for the rnee Is B) crecii'.eit te ox-t'oipoi.ition (ounsel Cl.iik's vW four-venr-old ilietmit colt Jlnnnatiir, by $JM. taranilole- lllessliic He Is iiorled to havo w ttone tlio route InnLout'J.O' The notedWestein Xn tnnre Imi. by Wacncr rondllm:, has In en Im- JH provlni; with eer race since slie came I'ast, All and Clinton will do justiccto her W Lake. Jwu land'a (icoiko lloyd is ono of the mysteries of Bjil the race, but that ustute trainer is not likely to BH H'liil lilin to tho post unless hols lit. "Tonj" 53 Hamilton Is tiooked tondo li I m jvt 'Iheie is u atrotic tip In circulation on l!an- fllfl ''' ami tho colt Is said to have cone through n VIm remarkable eoure of sprouts with aiewto tlJ wiiiiiint: this eieut. 'luriier will ho In the h fndille W'arrenton Is retarded ns n eertnlu Bjcf laiter. ns Hill)' Oliver leliees In rnciui; his B9 horses unless thev sliow an Inclination to Mm Tenuit it Warrentoii lia rarely done this. B and he will be out to-day lu erleet con- lltion. with littlo "Wlntilo" O'Connor on H llis Lni'k l'rilnu. who stalls on tho Fame terms with W'nrrcntou, chowed ono cood race at Motrls l'.uk. and has trained on F mtlsfaetoii'y since. W. Martin Is booked to A ride him. and the combination Is lenanleil ns (J; 'lanccloiis. 'I ho ( ahfornl i mure 1 leur de Lis. J?t who iaced witli remarkable micci ss on the f coast itiirlm; the wintci. Is on hand Shxwas reported lame ,i few days nco. but ei in e around " ncaln and ran a sninsldm; trial Her ownors havo cncaceil Dossctt to ride lici . ami are , iretty nnRdt'iit n-miidlni: b' reliances. i'( llo is liable t.icause troiilih' at the post, hut lie Istlt asa llddle. and "skcets" Martin uii- J lersfinds Inui On Oconto Ki'one's rnee tho l otherday the i'anet stalile is entitled to htiirt I lilm with I'onlldence. Should he accept the J Issue he will be piloted byClawson. who Is now S& In a lucky M'ln. Aiuoiik tho featherwelchts T are two candidates who are rtttractincircncinl rtl nttentlon Tho Hist o tlieso Is tho Morris tliri'e-ear-olil riliur.ino. that ran auch a re- jnarkahlM rnco In tlie .Metmrnlltnn.it Morris f l'ark The other Is the ciratle .lotTetson. wlio I was inn trylnc vein on uet-anny day at W'ost- t clu ter. and showeil form pooil enouuh to fol- low. Whiln no three-year-olil has eer won ' tho event. It Is eoneeded that Filiitrnno Is one ,JjPi I of the best of this ilMslon that has oer etarted, ami with McCuo up lie ahoulrt tako thn Hold iilong at a recoid-breakinc ell. Tho 1 conaenBtia of opinion Is that pracifcallv oery t narternamed fins a chance, and the Issue la i I awaited wltti wldesiiread Interest. Tho Held 1 ' will probably bo made upas tollows: 3 I Samf. HViffi.t. Joft'w, I l Il-n HulltiUy l.'T . Tnrnl M I Alufil . 154 minis I I'm It C'nt 114 . Sims S le irtfe heeiie 114 t'lnvrtcn 3 Tlo'itlpdri Ill Siitiicer A Itiuastar no fnbfr JR ' Imp 110 ( lajinn m drnrs'i' n ) .1 no . lUimltun Tt lUuu-l. ion Tilrtc'i JH t Wiurt-utot lo.t tM'i.iiin.r V f l'revloui" in-i w Martin (B, I rimr-ilc Lis . .. ... ins 1 writ Bn ,0"' 11. Martin .mil lJuikj Holi lo-. 1 Teirlt 'A "tfiomcartt mo iMnny .fBji Fillurnn. . . us Mr('n 'XWC JeHriaon IW Collilia w Jcannot pa Otoin B Itinaitsr nn 1 Jranuot. W. II. Cl.lrk'a ciitn. 9 llacecoeia will hardlv ri'cojnl.-o the Cir.nes- )9 eml ii'dilnid; owliiu to the manv improvements , marie aince the meetlnK list tall It has- been ; enlirueit to such :ni extent that It Is now un- fJB dniibtedh t lie llncst paddock of tho Irval race- ! tuiukn, if not nftiur in the country Thereaie n i luhti en larce stalls for the hrrscs, and, as !aV thoy nroinncli lamer than the former ones, a JH horse can nu.e about with freedom, MiiiietliliKf j-H wlieh could I : 1st done In th old stalls tl The jockojs'Kom. v.lucli was founeHv Intlin ()M paildoek, has I vu moved to tlio oMciisUni 'Tjjr- which was niiule to the elubhouse. audtliey am ulo have mom imim.nml, in addition, th Mm Iuinc a bathtulinml a shower linth. Intbeix- HE tenslnn to the cliiblinii.si' there is aJ-o a place ! lor tho motnbcis of Hi,. I'mkcrton fotce. with jwj eveiv coiiienienci On the paddok sldi, c,f OM the elnblinu.se a place has I n fixed uh'Mo women can see t !- horses walking aiound and IB Iicmu' made readi for a race, instead ot uolne Vf Into the pamloek tinder the old conditions wl O.ltsule of the llionklyn llandicati. the richest J featiiifl to-day will be ihe 1 pectntinn Stakes rif S.'i.tiUu. for twn-)e,ir-oh!s, smdi noted per il loimeis ns Kltcheui r. Ills lloyal lllahlos, M Withers. Vulcalu, Shoich.im and Triiinit are ! eitL'Uk'eil, and a ram contest is anticipated. H The oilier uients am well lllled. ami the (-teepl chase liatnllcaiiset down tor the last on fl the caul brines out si repiesontntln jumpeis ' that sliould liirnlsh in iiiterestiiit; lliiale. The II i entries for the eents, outsido of tho lirookl)n ' Handicap, ate as follows: II Flrat Kare- l.andi. ai forlioivo of .ill rget. $7S0 aiMi d six fi.rlcia;s; 1 Alci 1 ... .132 Cormorant lin !. Hamlrri I.'". Ml s Iluvenu .... no rmiilnintat . r.'4'loln.a ion 1 ltinl'ent .. .. IS I Si cialr Ki4 A bwirtinai Ul Pr. I'jrktr Iiii yrratlaiui . I ir. Ariinnu nt nu n:tielalell 1 lo M.itui nluin. US J Jack Point llo ,s, ukitiunal M M Srcoml ltii' l'.r thn i-(urul,ls .iii.l ner. aill IlL'. HO) added, uiir mil., and a Ut.cutli: d Merry I'rlnco . I til M rim . 10 V i liaiinnck 114 I) in Hi. ,' 1 04 1 I CoieoM 112 llarrj Ci-awferd .... U4 3 1 Free Lance 1 in Tir-hciui lin 3 I Itturawaj urn Mm ill Inn 1 I Eiiaca 107 llnliimi ... t, a I Hvri Itinl ui Iiaiuuuthr .... sii fl A Murille lo.' 1 1 Third IUcr Tllr F prtitlnn SliVrsuf ',,000. fur A two tar-eUV. p, lulth u anil nil saiiccs. four and a M Imlf furl '.if. 1 Ilia llrjr.il lllulllir" lU'T lilliu F.isib'r. ... 113 S Uikrl-'ilkkt 'lull. 1 12 s,ii'hani . 112 I lloniratrctrh . 112 Trumpet . n 1 Jiitcllillfl lljWtlfuu' ... . 112 MltliriK ll.'Mir.bort 112 V iiliatti 1 12 Mru,iiciiM init H Frlmeuf Midb nine 112 1'rlu.roie liay. . , lou fl rifih Hiie-l'ur tsujcai olds, rrlllui;, jra 0 riA added, fn furliH'ua fl Alex. 112Matlill .. .. 104 (T .MnnHStc I lo I Iroto .1 ton Jkl I'rcrumti llll I- tile (iln-llllc U7 1 Carihon Ins .luuulir) P7 N'out . in.", tlel.t ... 07 Hilver iiartci In, ile.iutlful . .. . P7 KlltKllt of tlie Hleu 100 Sixth Itacr-A t.tirpb'chap landuap for fear j-cir-olJu and mtr Snnj aditcd, atom tu tiilhi; rtoi al Rmrlt 1'aHniirrr . l.t Urn Umul . I Mi Ami Pan . ia7 lol.lUrlli.tt 141 Iiuoro la;. The wlndliiK-up work amonc the Ilrooklin Hauillcap nml l.xpcvtatinii stakes candidates jesterday at (iraesend was of the cxciciso order, but owners watched tho nmies with in terest. At bliectwheiid Hay Hen Holladay cil lopod a mile ami n ipiarter at a stllT pace He pulled up flesh and clronu and showed no situs of laiueni'ss llmiKle worked n mile ami n hair, with -N Tunier In the saddle, mid brooded tho quarter throuRh tho strotoh In Jll, wccomls. Imp went soen fuiloticn In 1 :& (leoruo hceno reeled oft it inlle ami thrie furlonits ,it.ii;ood clip with CIiiwhoii In thn Middle. t the (IrnM'si'nd track l'ro Imis went a mllo ami a furlong In about '2 iin l leur du Lis pleased the critics ly ior splendid style of Jl'oInK Sh Kit I loped a mile and a haifwllh iioftelt In tlm s-idd'c l'u went a miln-nml m tlir. i --ixtceiitlis at ueoiki i-jellp llux showed to : eibction inih "skeeis Maitln in the sad- 1 ibe l.iuky lloli, with l'.Mitett up. c,eicd a 1 mile and thieo furlnuuh at n fast ihii. He I went a iiinrter thtoiiKh the hdinestrotih In .'.' .1 seconds llanaslar evidently wns tho favorite il o. the crowd, uud .Malicr was cht crcd. Clark a I - . colt worked a mllo and a Quarter, flnlthlns tho last threo turbines I Ikon whirlwind. . .. Vtilcaln, Trumpet. Shorolinm and Itlkkl-Tikkl-Tavl work od the best of tho bunch en Kaeed In tho Uxnectatlou Htakes. uloalnrnn third In tho National Htnlllon Unco nt Morris l'ark, nml should run a treat race to-day. llcrmlniis'a Mnndiettrr Cup. Set-tat Calle puvaMh tt Tllr Rus. I.omiov, May 'Jil-Tho raco for tho Man chester Cup of 2,000 Roverolgni'. 'J(X) In plats and tho rest In specie, added to a handicap sweepstakes of J!5 aoveroluns eav tho pecond to medio IIIXI and thethlrd lUOnirorolens out of I ho Stakes, one tnllo nnd throo-quarters. was run at Mnnchcstor to-day. Tho event was won by .1. llninmond's llennlnua, llvo years old. Lord Durham's Shorburn, font years, was sec ond, nnd Mr. 1'nlrlcs's Chubb, four years, third. Sloan rode Sir 11 AYaldlo flrinilh'B Aaterle. llvo years, which was not placed Seven horses lan. Thobettlni:wns7to4 against Hrrinlnus, lootuKnifiilnst Sherburti. and 7 to 1 tiealnst Chubb. i:i:st i.rs us otiikii tiuck: At I.ntnuln. Cin inmii, Mav 2ii. -Tlio cant a Inferior in ilr nt Lat nun, but the nialli r a pba-aiitan.l llieat leiiilaiui kuciiI. In the rrurtli taic. a HllnKarTalr, J. li. Smllli rail UP bir the ei "lid Mile this week tlio pllre fit Jell) nKH.tliewlmii.. Iillt-I A etHTIe lainml thrtliree jiai-iililnill li l.iililliill..,1-.J;t'.. mm iu th ill tie' ' nt-wic price, tu tlie tlfth Olcknia. llcmn hnlnp up. who tmi"licd third. n rtl-olialltlMl re r fenllni-1 a.ly Kill" aid tlio latter inn the show lieu . h unman . . . - ,, Fir-HIsi Hix Mirlmus lelm M.llrnj.lUlMc .Tel ni , r, t 2, wen i cmils loa 1 1 llllli, 12 to I, b, . .ii.l i nrtalK Pi2 illarhhrrri, il t l.llilnl. (Wimil It've riv fiirlnnirs-iiieieiT, 110 ((iter la ) 4 m . iin. H olute. Ion .p trinii'. "to I, kfMvid. ilirlls urn iCtoRliitrrt), 2 to l.tLlnl Time, Ihitil Hare fie nab -Sap am- n:, llitplif nl'. " t . 1. wmi. Tin. Lurid ins il'itiiinini.'. in V.fc end aina-a, him I.nndn , Hi to 1, thlr.l. 111110. I .".iirtli Itaee One mllo and a alitefntli lolly II mi r. 1111 Hi iinhmipi. " tor, im Pmi Clarforjo, in, epito man . r ti 2. second Hand li 104 iW. 1air . 12 in I. Intnl. lime. 1 4. I 1I.I1 Han hum and niir I111U fiirlonca 1 ark aiiui, 10s Crowlinrat 12til wen Murr,.lanr, 10s fl lllll ,:. Pi 2, fci.iel, Lady I'.llte. lu ihiihn), 2 to I, thud lime. ntVl . ,t ... ,, ,, Mxtli H.ue-si iiirlonc Pan Charm, 10, iMath ni. : tn.'i won John ll'imr. llti illn. r.tnl, aeemnl Prltlfe rnn. III il.an lry, 12 to I, third. 'I line, Itl'l't. At SI. l.nuls. si. l.nri. Mav 211 There wa a fair attftulance at the rana 1 la. The talelitca M-re KPlirrilly liiiuhineil. I lie Hcilliirwaadpllu'titriil Riiininan Flist H.iu- rtn riirtonttK Iji Jeeph,ni'. 112 Cllinrin). I'M n, well I'athi r.Uo I)., 112 (Hidden). ."1 liil. Mcniut. Lndj Caliurne, 112 iphelps Intnl. third Time, tilM. , , .. hi, ml ltuir-Heien (litceiithi of inilo-Cotton Plant. IH2 (LlnoiO, 2 tel. en, St. Alltfilatine, 1.15 .1.. .Inner), il t 1. i-eionrt. Sens Oatl.crer, 182 1J1M1 llea . into I. third, time. l:im. Third Kaie-Flve-elBlitha nf a mile Ned Dennis, I liiiihiirpei. 2 to 1, mii, Oneii'Tck, 11.1 'Vnnintti, eini, aei'imil, Maud Wallace, 10J illulden), 20 to 1, tldnl Time. 1 na. Fourth liace-SIx furloncp round. 102 (trnati 4 tu I, nun. I"i rinr. 10 1 (Hold 11 , to I, itculld. lu ultai, ln7 oiitharip.ntnr. third. Ilinp. IIP(. Fifth Hare lino mile and an eighth Jimp. HI (lievlni, r,to 1. oni t'laj Pouter, 1114 K, Jonea), a tn n, arinnl, Nannie I.. 101 I'nu-ti. H to 1, third. Mi it'll lUie-'-olllni. nno inlle ltetirl Jack, inn (Linos', 1.1 10 I, vum. lintuli. It .1 (Southard . 7 to I, hoii'iid, Hdilio Jones, 1 10 iThorpci, to."., third, 'lime, 1 I2'i. At Lakeside. Chii sriii. Mar 2U. Not a plnalo Ural cliolca won le-tlaj ut Like-i le, Vlt there well- Un form leverral. ItMi-smplv a iiiotl,in of f.ibe favorite i h.ilei a. 'I lie lust pioof of this is that the hoiks lost lnavilj. bliiiiinari . ... , . rirn llaio-F.'iir fnrlnmra 7s. Itil (M Mekle), 4 to 1, wi 11. Hiironla, HU.JI. llmvin. 2 to 1, jecond. Micalei.loj iSuthellainl), l.i to 1. third, 'lime, u 4'i s, 1 mid rice-One mile-Nereilah, lot (II. Drown). I." tol. won Isieust 111 iMcnii. U7 iMcNIckle , 4 tn 1, aorim.l clarxMeauer, s;i a"OR4ell, 4 to I, third. Time. 1. mm. Iliinl llan Six fnrlonji" 1 hirinanle, lii.(,uii. , tiil.wnu, rautiui, leiift NarvaH7, 4 10 l.atennd, M.ir o Polo, nn II. llroitui, 1 to 2, third. Time, 1 I'.'t I mirth Hire-Ouo mile an 1 a half-Itolii rt IlintK r, llnill liniwrn .', to 1, icon. I)r Marks, to., T KnlKhti. 7 tn in, secrnt. Smibuut, 1117 p. ciaj ,s 10 r.. third lime, 2 i;i. , ..... Filth Itaie-Fouriinil half fnrleniia I nllitlr, 110 P Clan. 2 to I, won. Kirt l't, loi (Ni tt , PVi'll.s lid. (ifiilirtlolMI, los iMuklc , 10 to I, third. Time 11 r.".S. Mxthltaci Mxfiulotiss Vn-e Hand, 102 i it, toe , 4 to 1, nn, lUUIIhe J , K' (1. Klllu'hli. .1 In I. oennd. J, J. T lie, iMiNlrklci, 11 tn 1, third. Time, l!lfV At Tnrnntn, TnnosTOMty 21!. X hi ej-nwd attended the On tario Joikej Clnli nn ei t i-ita.v uuib r the impression that Martlmaoiilil ran In the ra.'e fur the Liver pnul Cup. lint they wire ittsxiipolntt d as the t iiturltr wlnlitrand the othir fast oni intered for the event vioro srrnti'hi-d The w alher vtbs tine, the tra"k fant and the races wsio woll nlbd. buuilnar) ; First l.aee-'Itirte-ipiarters of 11 mllo-South Africa, H17 (Sulrlvanl, 2S 1 1 1, won. Sklllinan, 105 iMrvmsilc . !" to I, seennd. Holly Weltliofl, U4 (Wed, lersleno, 2n tn 1, tldnl, '1 111. e, I in Soeeuil ltnce Fivi-elulilhi'f a inlle Alpaca, 10.', (Mtleyi, even, won, Ida Fnnlham, 117 iSnlllv-ani. 4 to 1, sis nnd; Insurrection, tnr, iWalker), 4 to 1, third. Time. Ina1! 'Ihlrl Itan Ouemile and a sixteenth field Car, III (Masom, 2 tn 1, ou, ln;i dian, 120 Williams, 2 tn ,i, sci'iaid, lliiiiian, ter, 122 hnapp , lo to 1, th.rl. Timi . 1 r, 4. loiirt'i liaie O 11 mile and. 1 siteonth-(l.ik Maul, 122 Mi-oni, 21 to I, won. Llzic hillv, 122 How ill.r.to 1, secnllit. Wreath, 122 'Williams , 2 to I, third. Thin, l.'.s'n. Fifth llaeeAhont two oiIIps High Tide IL, 18 ili.ililili'.ei. 1 i 2. won. F.vllus. I4U .lehnsnii) 4M I. second. TheSipiirc, 13."Mlallii:her).,10 to 1, third, lime. 4 ".OH. Math Hare Five aud a half fnrlom:, Rnowdon, IP, Walki r , ii to ! W'in Pusi arid. In 1 (Masom. sec end Aiiniiti, 11 'it Miliiinintt , even. thud, 'lime, Svoenth Itacn Hie and ft half furlonRs Lrrie, oi 1tiiiii, a to 1, won. Nlole, lis (Weddersternl, 11 1.. ,. - 1 it Lumrue, 1 in ill) an, Ml to 1, third, Timi . I .I2'i. Harness Itnrra M111l l'p In tlnltlmnre. IliiiiMoiir., May 2(1 -Thli was "uotaway day" at tho Oelitleiuen a Urivine Pal!.. T'hori were only two events on Ibo carl, ill ono if which them wa seme iiniertainty astn the winner. In the 2:12 trot Iho talent leceivi d a had shoel. of dlsapnnlntlnent. They had picked Hot to win, and Hi mull the little mire workid hard lor honors sho could do un brtur lean thiol ,ind fourth, blue Hells taklm; the raco lu Mrihiht ti'ats. 'I lie 2 24 paio proved an 1 av thinit fur .Mircn (1, she nutfi oted her ilvals at every tai.'" et the uanie. Suinnurles : 2 Tjilaas. trnttiiur. purse II si. llltie Pells, li. ni., li) llespnnd illurnai ..111 II. II, Plant, Ii. II. (Mower) . . 2 2 4 sluwlnrd, ill. ir. (I."ii2) a .1 a Hot. li it (Sidle, 4 4 3 How Hills, Jr., br. s. iMktllsoui ills, 'lime 2:25', 2 J.".'(. 2:23'. 2 21 class, paclni;. purse $"llili Marion ( , P. in ,liv IU ckdah (ilarlhi Ill Athelln. In.c (Hilda hell 4 2 2 riiuitho'llrlen, 11 e. (tklnsoii) 2 r. h Uacila, h V. hVdimindi H .1 4 Allen l , b.B (Ori) ' .1 it (I WaltorH.cli.il. (Itelffl 5 H Co a'sOwn. li. 111. ill iiiitioyi 7 4 11 Jsck lUbbii. I' k. Potter' .. n 7 7 Knvar. Ii s. iDiviai . . In 11 3 Happy John, ill e linn. 11 10 lu I imu SIlUVi, 2 17'. 2:lh. Turf Nntoe. Oeorsr H The dead heat between Homlnn nnd Ileurv of Navurie was run on Sipt. 16, Irtin, at Uiavesind WhiLsViur. N. V.. Maj 2(1.-Iiiike A XVIaliard's trine of thornindibieds, which have been rt utinie lore foi-K wei k, eu roiiio fr 011 CUlforula tn Km; lanU. well) slilppi d to New Vnik this iiftiruooii and will leave that port t morrow nmridn.' for Ixitidou. The lintwa won thirty ninht ias at Oskland and Han Iraiicsro the past wlutel.and Illlkn a. Wish, ardexput to tapturc nianyiveuts on tho F.tiullsli turf ilia season. Their rikivs mi the Kiuellsli cotirsisiu ihtei with .1 stable not at fet-t as tldi one malls tie 111 hois till of the outlook. The, striuiE will te ijuamred at thu (inker stabbs at Wamae, twint.v hve lull, snutsidi nf London. Thesearethe mirsiMary black, four car-old haj niarr, that won tin tutiiritv iu 'Frism in linn, Jon r muu, tivevearoll eliestiiiit uellinir, with a one u.ile record nf I so Mliar, a tlir.e ear idd coltthat has riln seven 1111 1 iis'siu li'Oaiidwouendit ra oviu ( a'.lfoima. Pa il (IrWirs a un horse rtvo voaia nld, with .1 ic. 01 1 of s x ruilomts iu 1 1.1. St011l1u.il 1 in stt u' 1 oil tliat hi a iluiie a tulle iu 1 in aud won ili:tit of twelve stxtta 111 lallfmu a, and Caneola. a fast two )iarnltl roll mat hat never started. In ad ditl uto tin so nil) be Arrlago, bai 011c Arm, lr mil, and 1'lorenie Hdil, bay ally. Tho Duke & AWshard Jockeis, John ana Lester lteirr. are with the strum und will ride in K inland. Wishurd willac loiip.inv ih 11 rsia 1 1 Wantxc and Iiiike wiilfol l,w iimoulh lit r. L.'llrotsr. Iiiuci, May 211. Tho Toronto learn of Ijerosse plaj 1 ra defeated the Cornoll Fniv isitj- tiauto-day all'. r) Field. Cornill a showlni- naa eviu better than the most anient of her aumlrirs had rx pn led, and four tlmos she fori ed the ball tlirouuti Ihe line nf Toronto plaiers for Koala. Toronto sue itedid lu scor nii levin coals, thonifli only b) dint of hard work. In the stick work the Canadian far outil.issi.1 theiollcKlans. ttnush the lattir sermed to lie In the best phj si al ciniiiltlnii, Thn Toronto team is now on the wa lu i w York clir to pla a rnitihirame vv.t 1 thu Creaieut Athletic Club. Tlio s, 1, re (loais tor Toronto--liimr i.1. Jadson 2i, s, I.111 11, (Irani. For Comell-Ffruuson U), F. P. Smith. Ititeriiiitlminl l'ontbnll. TomiNTo, May '.'il Arraneemrnts for a visit nf the Irish llm-by football lltli en are alsnit lomiileled lure Tl.c tiam will probsblj airlvo In Repteuibcr uud p'av about twelve games dunm: the tour. The plncis ti be vis, tid will lnost 1 rnlaldy lin(ji,b,.i, M 0111 real. (I t iwa, Hris kv.ln, Kmslnii, rm onto ami lliinilloii. Tin- lesiii will luilndeat liasthalf nf (he Irish mti inaitiiiinl plaveis of last tar, who defeated si lluud. Ireland and Wales, and will be laptauied le M-i-se, who acttd ill that eapactt dur.isthe nanus and is cuusldcu'd tbu rt'atvat half bmk la HlltJlU. KRAENZLEIN THE KING. OLD PESX'S ItTCtirXT nilKAKS TUB nno ad jvmi' nuconn. A Ileninrkftblei Cnllccllnn nf Ceillec" Ath letes Ferfnrin nt Slmilinttan Field Sprinter TevvUsbury tt Ins-lllnunt Shut Out (Irent Ktructles llxperted Tn-llny. t'ndor weather conditions fnvorahlo to fast times tho crack nlhlctcs of tho L'aMoni mil xorsltlos and colleitos met yesterday at Man hattan Field In tho preliminary lieats of tlio lntercoMeclnlo championships. Tlio eham Idotie, who were trained to the hour, strained Just pnotieh to secure tho position necessary to entitle them tocoinpeto In thn finals ami de ferred attempts to establish new Hemes until this afternoon. Under thu clrcumstaticos tlio raclnc throughout the nlteruoon was livelier than might have been expected, and the thou sand or eo spectators wliovlowed the contests from the strand stand and "Doadhead Hill" enthused at times over tho desperate strnsclos of tho cracks to hold their rlacts In tho short dashes. Thero was ono notablo exception to the cen era! reluctance to duiasli records, Krnenzloln. tho stalwart representative) of Old l'enn, an nounced his Intention of lettlnc himself out in tho broad jump, and succeeded so well that In two of Ills threo trials lie biokctlio world's record of LM feet .'IS Inches, mndo bv himself two weeks niro In I'lilltulelphla. Tho perform ance was the more remarkable u Manhattan l'lelil has never been considered fnvorahlo for broad jumping, and 111 spile of tho attention Klveti to tho (-rounds tho tunwayto tlio jump was heavy ami dead. Kraeii7leln's Initial effort of U.'l feet lo'i Inches broke tho Inter colleclato record of j:i feet "', Inches, mndo by I'rlnsteln of Kyrncur I nlveisltv Inst yenr at llerkoley Oial. On his second attempt tho blu' l'ennsylvanlan placed ,1 marl: at thn world's record distance, and a croat shout went up na he landed clear of tho paper. 'I ho jump tneas mod IM fcetd'i Inches. This did not satisfy tho champion. Ho nerxed himself for another elTort, and, coltini: n flno take-olT, Ills feet shot ov,r tho 1 coord mark and struck tho dirt nenrly six inches beyond After latidlnc his hands bwiinir back waul, and, be loto he could recover his balance, they touched the ground IM feet 4 ', inches from thu take-off. Those llcurea stand as tho leeord. but tho break mndo hy tho jumper's heels showoJ that ho actually covored IM feet It's Inches. Tho dis tnnce covered hy Kraenr.loln is four Inches further than tlio best leeord credited to tho noted lrili jumper, W. J. M. New burn, as tho Inttor's ellort of -M feet it1. Inches, mado at Mulllnirnr last year, has not been recogiibed by tho Irish and KueIMi athletic associations. Kraenrleln wished to ninko another trial, hut Trainer MII;o Murphy dissuaded him.. mil he contented himself with tho hnndsomo lend which the jump naxo him ovor rrinateln. and did nor tnko the other two trials allowed by tho lilies The Syracuse man, thoiifhentiroly outclassed bv Kraenleln, cleared over twentv-threo feet in two of bis jumps, nnd was second In the trials, with 2'.l feet 'J Inches. Every ono of the University of l'ennsjlvnnln ncsrecation of stars came to the scratch In tlio pink of condition, and before the hints worn lln I shed Yale and Harvard supporters deelated that nnthinc but unforeseen accidents will prevent tho (Junkers worlnit the most points to-day. Tewksbury was drawn iu tlio llrst heat of the HKl-jarddasli, and won without an appreciable efToit in It) l-n seconds, .larvlsdo feated Dupeuof Viilcwllhnut extemltair him self In the second heat, but the I'liiiecton liver took two-llfthsof a second lonitcr than Tewks bury to cover the distance A ilnshlnc llnieli in tho third hent between (Julnkin of llurvnnl and Met lain of " IVtinsv" lesulted In Invor of the former liya vard Tlio Harvard man. lionet ci. was all out inlOl-o seconds lulu had n bctbacl; in tho fouith heat lllount. who won the bundled nt tho ale-Harvard cauios, was stroncly fancied. Ho strained a tendon when In tho lead at half ills tanco, nnd, thoucli he kept coim: to the llnMi. was beaten by Hoi. he of Hnrvnrd nudWhltte mnieof Syracuse in 111 '-!-.i seconds. Asonlv thethlrd men in tho two fastest tieatRiiualltled fot the final, the deleat Puts laic's loteinost sprinter out of tho senil-flnnls Much disappointment was expressed when Ilurke and lionnlmnn failed to too tho mark for tlie trials iu tlio quartet mile The Har vard crack is not nuite on edge and prefets to try for tho half mile to risklm: defeat by l.onc of Columbia in his specialty, the quarter mile, lloardmnti wl-hed to try to loner the Colum bia, man's colors, but Trainer (upland tboiiBlit his chances wero better iiLMinst Tewksbury in the '.'IM-vard dash. With tho Into and Harvatd llyers out of the way. Lone was not pushed nml trotted In first In his heat In .VJ I-." sec onds. Ho wassolresli nt the llnlsh that sev eral waccrs were made that he would comt tho distance to-day under 4H seconds. Georgetown Unlversltv fuinlshed a surprNo Inl lie second heat MulllcnnKpreiid-eni:ledhls Held nnd won by ten yards Hi ."il s-cotuls Fisher of Yalo was runnlne easily in third place, and Is looked upon to reverse, the posi tions to-day. A Brand collection of middle-distance run ners toed tho mark for tho half-mile run In tho first heat Ilurke jumped to the front nt the crack of tlio pistol and mndo tlio pace, closely followed by Mosentnal of Columbia, Grant of Old l'enn nnd Ostr.mder of Hamilton hnterinc the last lap, Adams, tho Vnle crack, was in the ruck, but ho tot himaelf irolni; In the last furlonc nnd closed up on tho leaders, llurko won by two yards from Grant, who just beat Adams out. Tho lain man was the freshest of tho leaders, aud. If ho runs with bettor judgment to-day, is almost sum to lead Ilurke at tlio llnlsh. In the second heat the I'rlneoton enptnln, CreBiin. shoivcd that hn hid regained his form. He hid tho pole at tho start and was badly jostled and crowded for :K) yards. At tho last turn ho camo away Irom tlio Held nnd won hands down in a frac tion worse than two minutes. As expected Krnciiylein won his heats In both hurdle laces In trying to resoivn his st length over tlio (high obstacles ho failed to clear his first hurdle, This threw him out of his stride, and ho mowed hurdle after hurdle down, until at the llnlsh only a couple were loft standing. Krnons'loln only beat out riuckn of Yalo lu IU l-n seconds. Over the low sticks tlie champion showed up better. He struck a aolt spot iu tlie trnclc In ilalng to thn third hitrdlo. but afterward went clean awny and won by ten yards. Lewis of Syracuse created a surprise by boating l'ox, the llarvaul man, over the high hurdles In thn llrst heat, and Hiillowell ot Harvard sueeunuied to Itemlnc ton of Old l'enn in the second trial. Ilemarkable performances marked the Held events. Although no record except thn liroad jump was htokeii, tlio all-around ability of tlio contestants was better tlinti ever betorodls played at nn Intercolleglato meeting In each event tho best llvo performers (tinllllod loi the Until trials The worn so evenly matched In tlie pole xiiult that ten of the dozen competi tors were left In when the bar was raised to 10 feet It Inches Alter vnultlng until darkness threatened to Intervene lx men had cleared cloven feet, and It was decided to allow all of thorn In tlm filial trials lain and Cornell monopolized the plaeeH, a ijuarlet of thu men wearing the blue "Y." McCrackcn's best throw with the sixteen pound hammer was on!) about live feet shoit of tlio intercollegiate reconl. aud he Is expect ed to eclipse thn old figures to-day "l'onusi" developed siiiprlslng strength In'this event. In addition to MeCiaekon. who led nt tlie end of tlie trials, tlie (Juikers took second plaen with Hare, who thiew 1 1'J feet fi'i inches, a performance that Insures his lotnlning tlmt position r.vervman wlio (ninlllled inputting the Hi.xtecii-lioutnl shot coveied loitv feet or mnre.aud loss than two feet separated thu Hist andllfth men. In summing up tho chances of the teamaon the form shown 111 lb" tilals. llrst place is awarded lo thu 1 Diversity of l'otinsylvnnl 1, while the i.port are about evenly divided lie. tween lule and Harvard for second place. The track was a trllle loose lu places yelei day, but It will lie well rolled this moiiilng. bummarles follow: list Ysrl Hash- Find heat-Won hy. I. W, 11. TiwU bur). Ptlllisjlvalliu, J. F, Mlllllga.11, (itnl.tlnwu, steoiid. It Wane sjiai use, third. Him, 10 .r, see, nun Meiiind 1 eit-W'i n bv F. W. Jurvls Prime ton, I Dupee, lale, seisind. Jt. Shire, 1'iiiiisjt vanla, thiol, fune. Ill .1 .', aecolids flnrd heat -Won uv F. J. (Jiuiilan. llsnarl T li. Mi t'laui, p. nn Sjlvaiuu, second. C. J. (ileason, lalt, ih.rd. 'lime, 111 1-1 seinnds Fourth heat Won hy J 1. Hoche, Jr. llanard. C.l) Vvhltteninre, sj rai use, second; F. A. lllount. Vale, third. Time 10 s-a second'. 22.1-Yard Uaili-Ftrat heat-Won by It. A. Walte, Syracuse. 1), Hoardnian, Yale, si mini, C Dili oe, Yale, third. Time, 22 a-', aucunds Second biat Wonbr J. F.Oiiliilau Harvard; F II, Wariui, Yale, eeiond, W. .1. Holland, Hotou. third. Time, j a 1 seconds. Third heat Won by J. W 11. Tewksbury, Peiiusjrlvaula C, J. tllrasnii, Yale, actum!, Tiuiu, "lla'lf-Mlle Hun-First heat-Won lij F. F Ilurke, Harvard Alexander ilrant, Pi niisj Ivania, seroiul. ,1, P. Adams, laic. Hilid It. P ustraialei, Hamilton. fourth time, 2 lOUIUtcs 2 .I . neionds. Se, nml heat Won by ). F. ( levtati. Frlueotur. I. .1. Ijine, lVunsylvanla. n'coiiil p. II. Hush, llarva d. ilnnl, W Ii Hiciiueu, Yale, fourth. Time, J 11111 ul.-s i-r, set nllCa 12(1 1 aril Hurdle III 'e- l'list heat Wen In W F. Iiwis N iinuse F . Fex, Harvard sniiid. A P. Ilrokaw, Hotel ra, third. Tune lU2.si. .lids s. . nnd In at -Won ni iv . P. ItiMinlutloii. Pill is ii aula, .1. W. Hallorell. Harvard, icnnt. s Husei Coliim- hi i.ll. id. Tun 102 is nd. I'h. r 1 hint -Wmi In J II (.niit" si, Jl llarraid II II lllldej . C ,r. iiell.sicoini E. v 1 uilo si in 11., , ilnnl T .1 if. 1,11 41 se-sin.la, 1 ourlli li.itt lnii 1 y A. C Kraeux. Kin Ptuusjlvaiiia, W.M 1 inckr, Yali . sei unl. ('. Wilson, Cornell tlrr.l. lime, in 1..-, seenmis. Ouartci Mile Hun llrst In nt WnnlirM W Long, Coluiubls, l C. Luce, iaie, unuud, li, L. Usstlnui, Cornell, third; O. W. Cook, rrnnsyltanla, fonrth. Tune, 1,3 l-r. seconds, Hecoid heat Won by J. K. Mulligan, (leorielown; J. M. ttcrafTord, Syracuse, second 1 T. It. Fisher, Tale, third! F, It. Steven, Co lumbia, fourth. Time, Al seconds. 220-iard liiinlle-First heat, won hy A, C, Kraeat leln, Pennsylranla, J W, llallnwelt. Harvard, aeo olid. 8, Parker, Columbia, third. Time, 2f. I -6 sec onds. Second heat, won by W, (I Morse, Harvard; L. Warren. Harvard, aecnndi W, F. I.ewls, Syracuse, third. Time, w l-A aeeinds Third haat, won by W p, llemlnston, Fennaylvatda; I. II. Convene, Harvard, aecniKt rime, 21I seconds, l'nttlng the in-Found Bhot-J. C. MeCraeVen, I'ennsTlvinla, 41 feet ssi lnchssi t T. disss, Ryr. euse, 41 feetBH; Inehesi II. J, Drown, Harvard, 40 feet 41, Inches, W. F. Ilottiier. Filnceion. 40 feet .14 Inches, and I). It Francis, laic, 40 tect, iitaltned for the Dual heat. Throwing the 1 0- pound Hammer- -LO McCrarken, Peniiayivaiila, 14 1 feit 1 Inch. 1. T. Hare. Pennsyl vania, 1 12 feit r.U Inches. W. A. Tloal, Harvard, 1,11 fest 11 Inches II, J. Drown. Harvard, 120 feet 1 inch, audi'. II. Clark. Harvard, 1 2:1 feet 'I Inches ipialluca foe the II nal heat. Punning I Hah Jump-A N. Hire, Harvaid, K. II. Conklln, llaverfonl. 1. K. Haiti if 1'ennsj Ivsnls. WalterCarrolt, Prinieton and II. C w'aller, lalo, all cleared afect 10 Inihcsand MiisHDid tor the anal licit. Pole Vault -It. Pemlne, Cornell; F. A. Kin7ie, Cor nell, II I), Clapn, Yale; II. Johnson, lalci W, IC. Sella, Yale, and W, W Adriance, Yale, all t leered It feet and iiuallfled for the Hnal heat. Hiiniilng Ilroad Jiinip A. 0 Kraenrlein, 24 feet 4' inchis Mver Prilietelli, Hyiarliac, 2.1 feet 2 inches. 0. D. Dily. Harvard, 22 feet 4' inches. T. H.MiClalti. Pelinsvlvanlii, 21 feet His llu lies, and (I. D. W'ldltemnrc, svnirtiso. 21 fiet 2' Inches, ipia'it llcd for tho llnal lust. M'aorKitx ir.v.s ix rirn novxns. Sammy Kelly l'nt tn Sleep In the Ring nt the Itlnndvvny A. C. Iu thn fifth round of tholr twenty-flve-rouml bout at the IirondwayA. C. Inst night Torry Mcllovcrn of Brooklyn, who Is lighting his wav to tho llrst rank of tho featherweight class, knocked out hanimy Kolly of this city with n left-hnnd jolt on tho jaw Kelly didn't have a chance from tho llrst tnp of tho bell. A body punch In the first round made him clinch ami hold, tactics which ho pursued to tho end McGovern never let up lu his vigorous uttneks, and simply beat his man to a defeat. The house was crowded The betting was 100 to ,r0 on McOovern, with not many speculators 011 Kelly's chances. Tho inttor's defeat fome time ago at the hands of Oscar Gardner, when he was not only put to sleep but also had 11 rib broken, was remem bered bv the talent, who llgitreel that McOov ern would 001110 near repenting tho Omaha Kid's achievement. 'I hero was quite 11 lot of betting that Kolly would not etay the limit. l.veu money was olTerod nt llrst on this proposition, then l!5 to 20. Johnny llltehle of Chicago, wlio Is matchexl to meet MeGoxern on June IT.Iwhs present, preimrod to size up tlio little llronklynlte. Kelly's seconds wero Frank Peabody. Hob Dillon, l'nddy Moran and Harney Knight. McCiovcrn's handlers were Terry Lee, Charley Mnvliootl. Tim Keams and Sam Harris. John White was tlie leferee riiul Georgo Considlne timekeeper Tho odds had lengthened to "J't to 1 on Mcflovern when they shook hands. McOovern wns compelled to tako off the ban dages ho wore on his hands. Tho conditions wero twentv-llve rounds at 10ounds When the men were Introduced Kelly got tho greater welcome. As they stood up for the first time It wns noticed that Kelly was thn taller. He did not possess McGovorn's physique, but looked to bo well trained MeGovern began a fleroo attack without delay He reached Kelly's sldo near the bad rib with his right nnd landed heavllv on the jaw on tho llrst breakaway Kolly did some holding lu a clinch, nnd was warned by the referee. There was apparent III feeling between the men, for they exchanged tnuntlng lemniksas thev camo up for tho second McGovetn roughed his man lepeaiedly on the ropes until the crowd yell(d "1'oul!" Then ho mixed it until Sammy retreated twice around the ring well out of range MeGovern's assault didn't give Kelly a chance to rest. Kelly held with both hands In the third. Me Govein losing his temper and literally lighting himself free. Kelly's body was niwfiomthe smashes that Terty had put In. and ho fought at long range during tho hist two minutes. He llimlly swung a left to MeGovern's neck, hut the latter rushed in as If ho hadn't felt it. Kelly got another warning for holding while he was in his corner. Kelly landed a few good lofts on tho neck in the fouith, but Mctiovern continued hlsuttacL. It was:t in 1 on McGovem when tho lifth bn gnn MeGovern rushed at once and ripped In two hot body blows Ho followed with swings and mndeil a lelt on the neck This was quickly followed with a right to tho side of thn head and (mother lelt, which caught Kelly squarely on the imlnt of tho jaw. The last blow was a settler, as Sammy fell over back ward, bis head striking tho floor. He was counted out, tho time of tlio round being US seconds. Hugh MoWintorsof this city nnd YA Parroll of Australia, both colored, mot in the prelim inary of ten rounds nt HIM pounds. Darrell was saved liy the hell in tho sixth round, and in the eighth he wns practicallv knocked out. McW Inters was pronounced tho winner. Annual Meet or the Jntnscholastlc Track Aasnclntion. The Interacholxstlc Track Association, composed ef tho Hill School, Liwrcnrevllle S Imol and M. Paul's School of Harden City, will hold lis annual meet at the campus of St, Paul's this afternoon. The track Is In good cen litloti as 1 gives oppor tunity forfasttlme. ,mnii2 the intrlcs arc aeveril of Uct cr s wlnntrs, and eloie finishes ars looked for. H Pauls It epicially strong in the sprints, with Hprairue. and iu the weights, with Hunt and Hrill, 11111 school is stromr In tlie long runs and pole vault, while Iwienee vllle'a slrencth lies pxrtlcii. larlv in the hurdles, Intninur ttnow and high jump. The 440 vard run isa doubtful event. The struggle will probably be tietween laird of Hill Sichool and t-pragueof si Paul's Ioist 1 ear Spragiic, afler a hard race, heat Lord out by a f i w fei t In r,l 4-', seconds. The hatf-mllo also should bo run in fast time, as among the entries are Hloiuit. Adsit and Lord. Howling. Foege, Kosler and Linden is the order in which the three leading bowlera finished In The Sex indi vidual championship tournament. Tlio games be tween tho tilo atliaetcd a large ciowd to the tier mania Assembly Itooma allejs last night, and when In the Dual game it was nn aisurcd fai t that Foegs had carried oil tlie hi none so much enuuht afn r bv nearlv eviry Isiwlir, ho was tairly overwhilmed wiili miigratulatlons Koster proved n troublesome oppont nt for 1'iiege, the lat ter plavor winning oil three stores above thcdoulde criitiuy mark L 11 len's poor showing against Koster was a disappointment to the Harlem rooters. Failure to hit the hex t pin at the proiwr annde left many wile-plits, slid also prevented the 1 mpiru club bowler 110111 bunching strikes, with the result that he lest three straight games. Linden improved somewhat lu his playing attains Foege, winning one nf the four games. In the roll orl for the sixth prite Hidden detested Kohl. The pnre iiresematli nwlll lake place on Mondaj, June 0, Jhc scores: rmsT irmrs-rmsT eivsir. ,V. ,c. . .tcore. I ,V. .V. fl. .Ccors. Holden 4 .1 .1 lmifBohl I 7 2 IBS Missed spares Holden, 2. skoonp neir. Holden 1 4 r, riaiRohl 6 1 104 Missed apares Holden, 4, Sold, 1. Illlltll UAME. Holden... .1 2 .1 lTrtlHobl 2 6 3 161 Mlsaed apares-Holden, 1, Sohl, 2. intnTii nun. Holden 2 :. a in.'. sohl 2 a 3 179 Missed spxrc-Sihl. mill (it wr. Holden a ' 2 17.1 1 Sohl ...2 r. .1 ir.9 Mtssedsparea -Sold, 2. Aveiagepergame Holden, 104. hold, 171111-.',. Umpire Charles lfringcr. Scorer W. il. Ke tcham, are umi si nirs rinsr iissir. .V. ,V. II. .Sfnie. I .V. .V. fl, Scarr. Foege. .1 1 ,i K5 1 Hosier., .a 4 J imi Missed spaiea Knsler, 2, hi umi nvsir, Focgt . t" 4 1 224 I Hosier. ... a 0 SCR Tiuno nviir. Foege. T, 4 1 221 I Hotter ..,.S a t 183 Miesed spue -hosier, loirrn nnvtr. Foege 14 1 tr,7 I Koster ....2 8 0 11 Missed span. -Foege. 1 1) ill eitvir, FneKe '. 4 I 202 1 Koaler .2 7 1 ma Aveingspergaiiic Foege. ln.l4-r, Koster, I so l-n. Umpire-Join Hchllllu.'. Si on r William Linden. Tiitnii fi mis rinsr (Uiir, ,c. ,v. It. ,wrt. I ,v. ,V. fl. .Vrere. Hotter .4 n I 1U4 1 Linden .371 177 BFeilNIIIIAMr. Foster.. & a 2 ! ha I Linden . a A 1 isii Missed spare Rosier. mum oaht. Koster 2 7 1 17s I Linden ...2 .1 a Ids Average per game Koiti, I8S14, Linden, 177). Umpire Johu Bihllllng. borer N. 1) hat ror 11 1 11 sciiirs rmsT iiami. A. .'. fl. .Vfors. I S. fi. It. Stort. Linden 2 4 4 147Foeie. 5 .1 2 20!l Mlseed spares Linden, l; Foege, 2. BFIOSIIIlAUr, Linden ant ltr. I Foege 3 4 3 in" Missed S a-es- Foe ge, 2, IMir.li ovvtr. Linden. 2 7 I 17Freje .. f, 3 1 212 Mltaed tparcs-Lludeii, 1; Foege, 1. iniiirit 1, AMI. Ilf.den 2 il 2 I73 Foege 7 3 II 248 Missed spar Linden. Aviravrn per gime Lin din, 171, I'.iege, 31171. Umpire Johu N lulling. tsorer-N- H- hat. 1 lie Ile-iil 1tnlei Itimiil nf Itrnkera lleiiuirlug the news faiilltl s of a tiustworthy uiorn im. pilliliiaiiuli, t killii-i with a couespoiid uc 1 II- lltsge, havo iltilglialid fur MS then jim,'lll Sliws ami Advertising undliiin. 'Jhern is printed es(h dar a 1 oinplete summary of Ileal Fat-ite transactions, togi thcr with a list of Ileal LsUtc Auction Sales to uuur. AUv. MAB1X1S ISTXLCiaBXCK. atnruTCBi almakao -mta tut. aunritet.... 4 84 1 mm salt.. 7 201 kloou riitsloM J1IOH WATta Ttllt DAT. Bandy Hook. 8 CO I Oov.Itl'd. 28 1 Hell Oat. 1131 Arrived -FRinAi, liar 38. 8s Lucanla. , Liverpool May 20 and Queens. town 21st, Fs Fnerst Bismarck, Darcndi, Hamburg May 18 andBottihampion lath. He Hrlliah gueeu, Bmllh. Antwerp. Hs Hindoo. Coi, Hull. 8s F.tetercity, Watklns. llrlttnl, Rs mieearlla, Wallas, Itlo Janeiro, s He Asiatic Prince, W'oodhouse, Ht. Luna. Heciraf W'aldersee. KopfT, Hamburg, Hs Norgs, Ahdenmn, llavaui. Hatlriratia, Howne, Havana. Ks Filer. Ijvreen. Harbados. Ra City of Phlladelidda, Curry, nattlraore, Ra Princess Anne. Hoar, Norfolk. Rallenefactor, Tnwnsend, Philadelphia. Be Manhattan, Henuett, Portland, hs Cltv of Fltchbiirg. Hlhber. Fall Hirer. M1I11 He Ruyter, Teensma, Dcstkin. U. S. trausiHirt MrClollan, Ilrlcklry, Havana. (For later arrivals st Flnt Fage. anaivrn odt. Rs Campania, from New York, at Queeustown. 8s Fietorla, from Mew York, at Hamburg, roi". Hark Bonny Pnon. from Port Spain for New York, May 24, 1st. ,'12. 2.'., long 73.6. avit rn tnnM matins roati. Bs Anchorla, from Movlllo for New York. IVTOOlflO STK VVIRirt. iett To-Day. MniUriiti'. retflfintti. Uinhris, Liverpool noil AM nno AM Aller.Naples bootM HisiAM Thingvalla, Chrlstlansand.il 00 A M 1 ihi V M Msaadam.ltotlerdam . HMAM loon A M F.thlopla, (llasgow. .. .1000 AM 12IH1.M Matdtoii. London . it f hi A M Patricia, Hamburg 0 ifli A M Franclaon. Hull Hrltlah Klinr. Antwerp . ... Havana. Havana . 11 00 K M 1 Oil P M Alene, Kingston I0O0 M 12IM1M (Irllincn, Hermtlda. 10 00 AM 12 OH M F.lla. Nnevltas . .... 1 00 P M 3 0HPM Tmlan Prince. Arores. . 8 no A M 10 00 A M I,oulalane, New Orleans annpM Coneho. nalvestem ... a no I'M Irrawaddy, Orenada ..11 00 k M 1 00 P M Adll Momlay. Mav f,1. Alliance, Colon 1 00 P M 3 00 r M Hemlnole, Charleston 8 00 PM .Sail 7Wi(fa, Mat S". Trave, Itremen 7 00AM 1000 AM Itabat, Ilavsna loon AM Chalmrtte, New Orleans 800 PM l-scoMuio sTEVHsmra. Dut To-Dav. Abharla Olbraltar May 13 Victoria Olbraltar Mav 1.1 Carlbbee Ht. Croll May 20 Cltv of Home (Ilssirow May 111 JJenstrla . . nibraltar Nay 1.1 NewOrleani New Orleans May 21 Hil-ia. . ,. Havana . . May 22 st. F.nech .. .. Antwerp Mayin Seminole Jacksonville May 31 Due Snwtnu. Mnp 18. LaOaseogne Havre May 20 illnrium. ... nthraltar .... Maria FlPaao NewOrleant May 28 Due Monday. Mav W. Menominee London May in Ht.Cuthbert Antwerp May 17 Nomadic Liverpool Mayin Ilut Triejsfiii, VavftO. KalaerWni.der Arosse.nrcmcn May 23 Noordlaud Antwerp May 20 Isatn-lle .. . Huuiaux .. May 22 Caracas . . lAdiiaynv . ... May22 Knlckernoeker New Orleans May24 Alleghany , Port Urnon Mar 2.1 FI IKirsdn Hew Orleans. May 2ft Bpaarndam Itottentam May lit Due Wrdmtdan. Mav ,11. KalaerWilhelm II .. ..Gibraltar May 23 Hremen Hrt-men May 20 Auranla Llveironl , .. May 23 Hlela .. .. M.I.uiia May24 llellncla St. Lucia May 24 Alamo (lalveston May 24 Hlldebrand Ht. Lucia Mav 21 Alus . .Santa Martha ... May 24 Advance Colon May 24 Vut Thursdau, June L Fenntylranla Hamburg May2t Pisa. Hamburg. . ... Maris KOLI.STKllF.-I.AltlllON.-On Tuesday. May 2.1. atChritt Church, by the Iter. Dr. Shlpman, Ida Heine r.Ilrabeth, daughter of Mr. fliistav I.aildon, to Alfred 0. Kollsteda, both of New York city, X3XHIX. UARTOX.-InnulTalo. N Y . May 2S. at the real. dence of her brother in-law, William Y, Warren, Fannie, daughter of Eliza r. and the late William liarton. Notice uf funeral hereafter. CISC).-0n Thursday, May 2.', 18HP, at her resi dence. 121 Madison av., Caroline A.Cisco. Funeral aerv leia will be (held at the Church of the Holj Communion, corner of nth a7. and 20th tt.. 1 n Monday, May 2U, at 10. .10 A. M, IIANFOIUI.-At Closter, N. J Thurtday, May 2.1, Jhuu, Fdward ('., husband of Mary F. White. Funeral scrv ires at his late reside nee on arrival of 4 F. M. train, N. 11. It. of N. J., Sunday, from foot of Chambers ut., New York, IIOIIi:UT.-On Friday, May 20, Henry Wood Ho- bert.aged 14 months. Funeral on tmnday afternoon at residence of pa- rents. W. II. and F. A. nobert. at Itldgeflcld Park. N.J. Trains leave foot of Cortlandt st. at 1:15 P.M. KKNN'KDY. Julia, beloved daughter of John and Jul a Kennedy, aged If. icare and 7 months. Funeral from her late residence. Al Madison at, on haturday. May 27; thence to St. James'a Church, James at. Mass at 11 A.M. RUAMCIll'KI.Ii.-On Thursday. May 25, 1890, thailea II, Kranlcbfeld.in hit f,3d 3 ear. Funeral servlcea at hia late residence. Audubon av,, near West 17tith st., on Sunday, May 2$, at 1 o'clock P. M. Interment Greenwood. Ilelatlvca aud friends rotpertfull) Invited. Buffalo, N. Y,, liapera please copy. Mol'I.OY.-Sudilenly, on May 24, In Philadelphia, Oltvfll Ualstead McCloy, wife ot William a MeClov and daughter ot David and Janet Uunu Ualstead. I uncial from the house ot her father, 2110 Hunt ing l'aik av.. Philadelphia, nn Saturday at 2 F. U. Friends from New York take Heading Railroad trains to Nlcetown or Tioga. TAI'IMN.-On Friday, May 2ft, Sydney Brooka, only child of Jamci W. and Mary Brooks Tappln, aged in years. Funeral private. WK8SKI.I..-OH May 2.",, Otto W'essell, aged M yeais. Funeral from his lalo residence, 47 W, 70lh at,, rjimday, 1 F, M. German Liederkranr, Arlon, Ileliicbnnd, Centennial Lodge 2i)l, K. of 11, In dependent Benevolent Atioclatlon and Bloom Ingdale Boat Club Soi ieties Invited, ri'UE KF.NRICO CF.METF.ltY.-Prlvate station, Har--L lem llo liroad. 4a minutes' rldo irom the uratid CcJlttal Depot. Ottlce, 111 Kast 42d tt. Special 3i0tircc. AVOIll HALIlNFssi. gray Lair, danarufr and thin locks, hj using I'AKKF.K M 1IA1K HAIAM. HIMH'.IK UU.SS, the best cure foriorns, ir, cents. UrHfliouu 2lotkr.. uoaiTwav'ta iiiiknaci.i: ciii'ist'iiT Comer liroad way and :14th tt. Itev. CHAliLKtl K, J F.t FKHSON. H. IL, rastor. Public Worship, with preaching by the Pastor, at 11 A. M. and I. M. (1 4a A M. tuuidav School and Bible Clasees. Fiayer Meeting Vi-dnesday evening at H. rdll'IlCUOFTIinME-SIIAII (Unllarianl, 34th st., v cor. Park av. Services II A. M. Itev, ltobert Colljer will preach. Huhject "Mothere and Chil dren." hiinda) -school Hi o'clock 111 chapel; en trance P.iraav. HOLM'. HI' SUNT F.KP1UT. no, 22e me onesl. 1j hirvucs, ri llieieux le dlmsuchea luh. It du matin eta Hh.dii snlr Itev. A, V. Wlttmtyer, recteur. MtACE CHURCH. Broadway, corner 10th at. Holy Communion, 8 A. M. Lari Morning Frayer and Sermon, 0 o'clock, 1 ater Hveusong, N n'cluck. All slttlut-i free, MAI ISDN AVKSUKKF.FOnUEDCHlTRCH, corner ot r.lllitt. lh 1 a.li.i. tho llev, Abbott F- Kilt- edge, D.D., will prt-sili at II A. M. and F. M. The Iaitayelte post, ll. A. II., will alteud the evening ter vlct s in a bod-. Carls tian Faideav or prayer meet Inn at 7 15 p M. MADISON AVI SUE BAPTIST cnURCIL cor. mat st-lho llev, Henry M. Sanders, 1), v.. paator. hiiuday serines, II . M.and 4 ao P. M. Thcpastor will puai hat both servlrea rij cOoortt.. IOItilNlTlF. ( HAI.NS in the most approved Taris iiaiistjls Hacliessand Albert klil glovea Libert pi irumt'i, 1 net aud itiealiest JAMMLs. 4 Wet 17th st,, near .1th av. J HON HrF..sroiud hand, Valentine K Butler make; sire 32x4,( Inciiea. Can Imi seen at hCiiu LIP L1U, DALY i. UALLB'U, JU2 304 Broadwaj. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaCKasaaaaaaaaa9saaaaaaBaSkasa For over the Holiday, our stores will supply your needs, viz, : A fancy worsted or cheviot Suit, $10 to $26. A Top-Coat, $10 to $30. A Blue Serge Suit, $10 to $22. A Blue Serge Reefer, $6.50 & $7.50. Uolf Brcectic.i, $3 tip to $10. White Duck Trousers, $1.50. A Fine Straw Hat, $1.50 & $2. SO. A Uolf Cap. 50c. & 75c. A New Cycling Alpine, $1.50. Neckwear, Belts, etc., etc. Open Lnte Tlil Evpnlng. Hackett, Carhart& Co., , , Cor. nth St., Broadway, ('or. emmi st , j XcirCliuinbcra. For Vounu .Men Jt ttiiiiiiii-tlly .V Country, REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. 25th term of tlio Si.ftmr .Vliim! Iirind Jun Ju, IHUIt. ThoiiHftiulN of MiuiVntH mii hvrn hii( i-nfull.r j-rfpart'il, Tnr rutnlt.juc aililn 'srcilKTIl " bKNtlNhll h(IIUOI.. l.lAMnrfliioo N ill) REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. Over.., 000 utiiiirnU lifii rcn irottnrcl (tt w Yoik Pfeimratory Hrlionl, if 4:1,1 ni , rlatfR nuJ jriate wort New ti'iin ttrfflim Junv nub. For I Joys nnd Youiif Mrn -City and Cuimtrj Princeton University Examinations 1899. Kmralnfttionn for dmii,o,i in tb Frcntimim mill Sophomore CUkcmi of nil (Ipnartnu'ntu of I'rlnrf t m rnifrnj)' wlllltn uh in the citx of Npk ork un dr thf direction of I,riteiior II. I. Thomonini, I'h.D.of Irinnton.onTIIl Itsll.W AM I'll!. DAY, .MM 15 AM) III. 1KIM, t uniiiifiirhu ut lOo'rlorb A.M , In ttn Trrtun' Itnom or tho N KW youk ia .miim)i.svm)1cati: nuirn- l.NO. 3fi NASSAU ST. Rttidcntn ltitmtltiic 1 1 enter tlm rreshni.in riatii one ytftr Utrr mar paku at itiia time a preliminary etainiiiat;on lovtrint: a portion of the intmnre re uulrinriii. A l'UI.K OT 1M) will l.o etrn by Til II I'KINCKTON VIA II Ol sSI.W YOltK to tlio applicant who at Mlch tltnn ami pUce vliall paa thu left full entrain rxnminatton li tho Acndnnir ritrthnian Claatj, the piizt (41 bu paid aft r matrk-u-1 fit. on. For catalogue, examlnatiou pipers and further lnforniHtton A to TI.AC II. HAIIIIN. 4r (V.Iar nt. OM)It(.K .,M HI IILPKUI. II William tt 1 HVDKKR'K UsKlKlXl.. 1 1 1 Itio.-i.lway. ANDJtl.WC. IMIIltll', 1h Veins nt , or to i'ror. W1M.IAM l.UUlKV. I'rlm loii. X 1. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. Select Catholic Hoanlin School, t-ilunttional al vantaiiCH uuaurpaHfipl, open all 3 ear M" ' ial Mtinmer cournp. Artdnca Uro. K (U'ST. et Cheftrr.N.Y. HY.MI'STr.ADiIaom KlantH Institute. exrluMrc.v deotP-l to oonncii iit.oufcly edueatliiK Votiiij lloya; oummcr encampment located AN lilto Mouu talntt. l'or Itioa nnd (ItilsClt) mid Country. 'pur. KTinc-vr. rrr.Tt'nr scitooii. ion uvt 1 G4th t ami OtUt MaiUnoii n. Kfmlert:atlcu, Il mentarynnd Iliarh H Ium.,, Kiiolt ruaitMi NnriiiHlde. partmeut. xaminatioiiH fur tuv m liolaraldps tu all depirtnMnta.Iune ' umi 'A HuftlnrRft Collruea. PKOOFIIEADINO tancnt hy mail, thomuahneM without fcninz aj-prenticeihtp. compennation 118 to $36 weeVlj , RltuatlouH aluat nltaiua1Ie, HOME C0imK8PilM)i:XCK SCHOOL, 41 Valnut id . rhtlailclphia Alualriil. SCHOOL OF A"CC0WPANYING, The art nf aecomp.utnK tautjht in a enum of twentv leniono. Vocal teachi-m anl aincera tur niwhed with proftssiona. acroinpanUt. Ojun all car. ISAUi:i M.CVU., iMiector, Dnnrlnp; Acndrmlo. MISS IMcCABE'S Dane Inn School, 21 Iift 17th at., near H'way. rriateand rlaoi Ichboii tUily 1 esinuera any tinm, IMoellnnroui. Massachusetts Institute ot Technology. nosioN, l'. 8. A. JAMl'.S .11. CKA1TS, l'rraiilpnt. Courses In Knulneerlng, Arehltectiire, Chemistry, rtlj-elcs, nioloKr and Oeneral Htmlles. Entrance eixatnlnstlon in New orU June 20 and r.n In charge, ot Mr 11. A. CKNl'KU at the Woodbrlilgo Behool. For all Information address II. W. TVI.llU. tlerrelarr, 4111 llojlsiou st,, Iloston. JMRiiofortto', Orfliin., (it. STUYVESANT PIANOS. BI'KCIAI, INTItODL'CTOKV rlllCE, 8185. OO, elthfr in canh or eay monthly payment!, fnr new caae style "O" in Unaonood finish, 74 octaves; fully warranted, durable, reliable and of good tone quality. Thin Instrument may ba rxchnnced at anytime within ti leara from date "f purchauft for a new WKUKIl MANO or a new IinM.OC'K PIAN'O, when a fair allowance will be ma.le.orlf exchaij(rfd wltblu oiifl ) ear the full prlcn will ho allowed. Catalogues and full partimlaia mailed free to any atlJrei, vi:m:it .vui;itMis, Coriier Tlfth Aveand Hlteintht. FISCHER PIANOS t'XL'Sl'AIi HAKOAIXS this week In almost now and cood second-hand Pianos of our own and other renowned makers grand, uprfalits and siuarea. A few discontinued styles ntr great reiluctlona fiom llegular I'rice., Cash or easy inutithly oai menta 113 I'MtIN SIJl'Aili: WKST, Detween lilth and 17th ats., N. V. STEIN WAY & SONS Ml. lUO K. MTI! SIllKF.r, Ilaic alna a on band a large stock of hKt'ilMMIAMI I'lANOS of almost eer make, their on Included, taken in exchangn for new Htiiuwav lanos. These instru lnentsaip lu uood order, having luen thorotiKhly repaired by ns.auiltlieyarcuilcrcdatlowe.tpossibl. yrlces. t- lli'imre of Ilogns Stelimnv 1'lnnoa. COUNTRY PIANO RENTFnG. AsiiecialtyofSI-MMEIinE'S'IINOoflllOII-OUADE ruSuHaml the iieiesaary arraugementa foriiroper handling upon arrival at defitlnatiou. Also IVi;BlS X I'OM I'lANOS I1KSTV.D, POI.ll ON INRTAUAIKNTB. IIKM Al'l'l.IFD t)N IH'ltCM HK. i.nns ,i. joscKi.vy. 10 hast kith st. POPULAR PEASE PIANOS, 10 Weit 4Xel Ht,, N. Y, t ItJ. nighest standard of tone and construitlon; direct fioni manufacturer: asy iiayments; factory bar gains tu used iilanoa, iik), 112.1 aud $150. Call or write for catalogue. UrAl'TlFI'I, new iiirldht nlanoa, 12r,j Hlclnway, J'tnirlghl. bargain. NlNTKllllOTH. lu.lRast Hth at,, braueb, 114 r,th ar. IJKArTIFri.FlsherlHbyOranel: .Kollan Helf-Play. J ing Oman, also good Uiulght, '.(0. CUiUHTMAN, 21 Kast 14th st ' IAltnF. assortment, alit-htlr used, tna to I3.1 J rent, t.l; small installment. OUVIIIIIH llllOD., in Kast l.tlist. RKI.IMlI.r Oonnor Tlaitos. F.atab. 1877. High grad( Meilluui nrlie, bay terms, llentlng; exchanging. 4 I'.at 4Jd st. FrilHlHTs" "at g7eaTl,argalns From ii(iiii KRV I'WMKNTS Inuit. a.(xi. fend for catalogue .. tiUUUOX'S, lau Fifth a, (foimtnj Jonrrt Vantrii. W'AN'TF.Ii-Iloanl for threa montlia In cnunlrr. ' farmhouse, preferred, for a mother and two children, boy of 4 and girl of in months, must haa lame, airy room and clean bedsi plenty of milk and good table. Address, stating teiinr, J, II., box 13& buu cmcc. t LJ 'Srt'nn.tdl ffrmatfj. HARLEM sun, i 110WKST125THST., t BRANCH. Ruo"v I WtU-SEELY'tTcfUNGSCHOOLT ! aaa evil a v. ' It J eiiir rrranf I n'ds Instruction In ths An of tViolinr. Call her attention to this oppsrlnnltr, tiiii cot'roN r.stin.is a nn.i-iux'Oat. JIKNllKD KEUVAMr 10 OHF, FRF-K 1,FJS0NJ I "PANCi rrATHKIl",- Aileslu'iierwantoiUiianroair , a way iiu "irtlnir house una who Is cauabla of ' tsklu(rlisrgeoraraetor.i. Answer, with references, i ('., lau 2U7 Bun ofllie. i fiomrjitic trvantj! Wiiitot. "" f MUMnFmUtliS cooks, r to r,n, laundresses ' V' kiteheiiiiiniils,allresses, 30 cooks who wash ami Iron, lrtuudiessis who d,i iliattibe'ruork, Frincli ' ladj's tnnlrta mils, s tmtleis, tall second and third men Mrs, I. HI.K1.Y, im Wist 22d st.i serianta' en trance, lies utli al . tcinph no call IHII IHtli. ' HIOK and laundress to go to Isllp; wages 18 ) V-- lime iu family, refi rentes reotilriMl. Mrs 1, mvr.l.V, ,ir,3 nth ar. ; ( KlMI'in I.NT COOK, ages 22tn fa.-,j ror a famllf v tu Dobbs retry refereucea required. .Mrs. I.. HKI 1.1 , ,1.1; nth av, 'tMiK toifn tol'a.satc.S. J., wages 111) tojin, ref V' erencrs teituiied. small latnll) Sim 1.. ttl.Kl.Y. 3r,2 elih av. ' I WK topi to Montclalr. good wsgea.teri liestrdN , 2 errines re,iilte,l. Mrs. I, ffKl.l, ,i',2 mil ar, , 1(illsl'.CI,AiSivalti.a, good wages, references r lUlteil, CitJ family, Mrs, T,. BKFI.Y BBS (1th av. CWKIHll or Herman woman to do cleaning. on , i uiiilitstiiudliig looking prefeneel. pennancnl plaie for summer good references rniulred. .Mrs. I,. hF.EI.Y. .1.12 (ith at. MTI1ESS to go half hour from Now York, wagei ' 118, lifeientes reoulred, Mrs, 1 PEEIA'. nr.2 nth aT. ' Wanted aatf!J lUrclianiris, St. IkOOKS HASIIK-i. Ill.lNIiS-Ilench hands wanteili I' tike Neaurk trollej, Tuiuplke line, THli llAltMMMNKil CO,Wctrnd Jer-ej City, N.J. ' 1011 Iiri.r.U, also feeders. .1. F. COtvr.N, 02 liroad at "pAI'EIl ' IH'I.EIt -First class Job paper rular a Mantel; state eerlence and waes. Address A., box 142 KunofTlce. Vi "rFl)-llatn"sma!,ei, 2d to .'lu years of ageT '' wit.i fair kuouledge of the business, capable of taking (.harge. nf store; good penman and book keeper good salesman, slip tie honest and temper ate, lu addition I waul a good msn on stitching and ifpalringhsrnesiatid trunks. Will be at llarlry'a, , 27 barren at., Hattirdar. from loA.M.to 12o'clock. nraddress .1 (1 CL'Tl.l.It, Viatcrburr. Conn. W'ANTKD position bi ajonngmanas tlremsni ' willing to work at HtiMhlim; first e lass refer rneoultrn 1' F. K box inn Sunoillce. AV ANTED In sti rei of an Importing tlrm an Intel 's llgent and willing boy ef about lo. Address ItOSlEil. box i78Bniiiifflc. fltiitis "tt'antfd JlUalcs'. AOESTR WANTED for a special sunimercampalgn. TIIHSATt'IlIlAY FA KM Nil 1'ilSI', stalulslied br Tleiijamtn Franklin in 172H now published by The Curtis Publishing Cotopaliy, proprii tors of Till? IAIUK'V HOME JOl'HNAI.. Is offered to siibsirllicrs forone jearonly, for $1 ihi the logulir price 1. $a.r.n 'J hlsofTi'i'ln for tlie purpoae of a tile k In trnduitioii and will be wlthilranrn September 1st. 1 ho tegular pi lie of t2.r,(i will bn maintained after that date Wo will giio a good lommlsslon for curl siitiscllber secured, and ill-trlbuti $3,0ialRep. tember l.t among tho 17U best agents. S.ii'U will bo gUen to tlie person sr4nling the largct number of etibsi rllieis at 91 iioeaeti per year. At this special low subscription price th oisands can be easilr ss Hired d!r ss '(Hi: UUItlls l'l llblSUINU COM I'ANY. l'hiladelphla. 1'a. tvji.-tf.nvo' jOclii finnlrjj "I'rofrjsi .oioital. (CTEVonnvrilKIt, well educated, swift operator on , ii Smith l'remlur, accurate slim thaiid writer, Is onen for an engage ment; threo cars' experienco as clerk lu office; ean urite, and compose letters for em- t ploier. eompelent to lako charge of ollice, has been etnploied as secretary and amanuensis to a literary man. I. C . box 1HU Hun oftlcv. efir.ol-tflaii.c; "flflp rfcmaltji. AroOKWllMN'wIllia largo family to support Ii willing to do washing, ironing or office cleaning. Mrs. MeUESltY, liiiMiddagli at., llrooklju. rillAMnr.UMMD and waitress, wages Mill thor J V'ongijly iiimpetent; cltv references. N, li bot --. Mil hun uptown iittKe, 120.1 lln adwaj, CXIMI'F.TUNT waitress; wagea 20, country pro ftrred. good ri Terences, .M. Jl , box r.ou buu uptown office, 120.1 llroadway. CiOMI'ETENT laundreas and chambermaid; wlll ' lug. city references. II. McC, box 6x0 Bun up town ofllie. 120.1 Uroadway. 10OK, willing to assist with laundry work; wage. V 2u;b.t references. T. B.. box ftlCHun uptown office. 120.1 Ilroadnay, ('OOK and laiinilresa, neat, willing and obliging; good refeieueea ll. J... box till Hun uptnna office, 12(1.1 llroad'eay. COMTETI NT ehamb.rmalrt and seamstress; wagea 2u. good references. K. A., box Ch4 Hun up town office. 120,1 liroaday. (100K and lauiulress, country preferred: good ref. rreuc-s. M. ll., box &OU Uun uptown office, 1205 llroidwar. ilIAMlliniaUinViieT waitress; wllllng'and obllg. v lug brsi ill) refersnees. K. K., box 003 Hun uptown office, 110.1 Uroadway pOMPETENTrook; wages $2r,; city references. i v II., lKix602t3tiu uptown eifllco, 12(15 Uroadway. IIUnsT-CI.AHSlatindrc.a; wages $2.1; excellent ref erenccs. A. It , box C12 Sun uptown office, 32Cr, Uroadway. K"II1BT CI.AbS laundress: wage. "2r.; city refer. J ernes, c M., box MS Sun uptown office, 1205 Uroadway I itioii family cook; wagea 121; excellent refer- VI ences, J II, box CU2 Hun uptuwn office, 1209 llroadwai, KITCIIENMAlIi, thoroilgliTr competent: wagea ,. flit, good refereucea. B. 0., box GUI Bun up town office. 1205 Uroadway. rAi'NDlinsS, thoroughly competont; underatanda J shirts, collars, cuffs, kc: city referencee. III. Mel, , box 608 Hun uptown office, 1205 llroadway. J AUNDIlEHTanil hambenuald; wage. $20; be.l J references. U. T box 6U7 Bun uptown office, 12B6 Uroadway. IAUNIHtEBS and ehambermald; wagea $20; prl - late fainll). refereucea. M.U , box 617 Bun up town office. 1205 Uroadway. VUItflE and seamatressj wagea $20; thoroughly s competent; good refenncea. M. Y., box 604 Hun Upton u office, 1205 Uroadway, 1)ItOTE8TANT chambermaid orparlormaldi wagea $2u; city reference.. U. C, box 613 Hun uptown office, 1205 Uroadway. , S" WKUISIl laundreas; wagea $20: underaUndl shirts, collars, cuffs, Ac: good refersnees. A. 1 box r14 Bun uptown olfice. 1265 Uroadway. rPIIOllClUtlHTi.Y'coinpetent oook;aes $!10; under .atanda her work thoroughly; good refereucea. II. 11 , box 605 Hun uptown office. 1205 Uroadway. 'IMUIiloldlll.Y competent parlormaid; under. a ataudH her work; best city references. Id. X box MO Bun uptonn office. 1205 Uroadway. XVAirTtrSsrwiiTlng to assist with chain berworkj 's wages $1(1 to $18; good references. M. 11., box 680 Buu uptown office, 1205 Uroada ay, 'OUN(l (llltl, wlshea situation a. chambermaid! assist with waiting or sewing; at present em ployer's. Call Ihles djs, 25U West 7C.1U st., not Hunday, ffir,st-Iaw flp ltfi roftjJ jsioual. X'cOMl'EIENT OITICIAN DE-IItrr A SITUATION IN NEW YOUK CITY. AIIUIIKSS T. L UOS 850 BUN OFFICR. VANTHJ-Ily young man, 24 jears. eucrgetla, H bright and aulck, atea.ly and reliable, employ, ment as assistant liookkeeperor cutrv clerk; salary email at start; good references. Address M. il, U.. box 1H2 Buu uptown offlee, 12(15 Unisdway. 4 iwt-tflaisj. ?,fl) ,aU.. IJY COMPETENT family rnachinan. sober, neat J) and industrious, auc. U8, uo encumbrances; ex cellent reference., M. II O , 21J West r.nth at , New Y'ork. ropcoalis. Aqueduct Commissioners' Office. NO. 280 unOAHWAY. NEW YOUK, May 17, 1801). TO CONTltACTOKH. Uideor propoaal. for doing the work and furnish ing the materials called for In the approved forma of contract now on Hie lu tho office of the Auuedui j Commissioner, for building overflow and blow-ott .ewers, watcrpipea and appiirtenaucea Ineonnection with tho Jerome Park Itessrvolrof the NewCroton Aipieelnct, lu the 24tb Waul, Uurnuch nf thn llronx of the City of New York, is 111 be received at this offlca until TUEHDAY. JUNE . Ihiui, at 12 O'CLOCK NtHiN, and they will be publicly opened by tha Aqueduct Commissioners aa soon thereafter a. pos sible, and the award of the contract for doing aald work and furnishing aald mateiials III be made by said Commissioners aa soon thereat ter aa practicable, lilank form, of said approeed contract and tha specifications thereof, and bids or proposals and proper enelopea for their lnrloeure, form of honda and all other Information can be obtained at tha above office of the A'lurauct Couimlsslouera on ap plication to the Heeretary, lly order of the Aqueduct Curamlisloners. JOHN J. HYAN, . midenl. 1UHRY W. WALKEB, betretarj.